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By Judy Reed

 

Various Red Flannel Festival fees waived

The Cedar Springs City Council approved the Red Flannel Festival as a community event, and waived various fees for the event, as it does every year. Those fees included parade fees, peddler’s fees, and any other fees applicable. The only fees that will be charged to the Festival is the one for police protection, which they pay each year.

Cedar Springs Brewing Company

The City Council approved an additional 60 day extension for the Cedar Springs Brewing Company to purchase the property at 95 N. Main, on the southwest corner of  Main and Maple Streets. The extension will allow them time to provide the site plan information required by the planning and engineering consultants to do the required review and provide a recommendation to the Planning Commission. According to David Ringler, of Cedar Springs Brewing Company, they plan to tear down the existing building, and build a new one, where they will serve their own variety of craft beers, and will include a full menu and full service kitchen. Visit them on Facebook for updates, and watch the Post for more info.

 

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