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NOTICE: All real estate advertising in this newspaper is subject to the Federal Fair Housing Amendments Act and the Michigan Civil Rights Act, which make it illegal to advertise “any preference, limitation or discrimination based on race, color, religion, sex, national origin, handicap, familial status, age or marital status, or an intention to making any such preference, limitation or discrimination.” Familial Status includes children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians, pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18. This newspaper will not knowingly accept any advertising for real estate, which is in violation of the law. To report discrimination, call the Fair Housing Center at 616-451-2980. The HUD toll-free number for the hearing impaired is 1-800-927-9275.


FOR SALE:

Storm windows and door perfect for turning a 10×16 deck into a three season porch. Windows are 58”x34” slide by with full screens and tempered safety glass. Storm door is 35”, all dark brown metal frames. Paid $1,500 3 years ago, will sell for $400 OBO. Call 616-696-3398. #21p


 

Garage/Yard Sales:

Plan Ahead And SAVE! Run your sale ad for TWO weeks and the 2nd week is ½ off! Expires 9-18-17. Call The POST 616.696.3655

THIS WEEK:

Huge Sale: Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday, 8 am – 5 pm. May 25 – 28 and June 1 – 3. 16580 Tisdel, between 20 and 21 Mile Rd. #20,21p

Multi-family Garage Sale: May 25th & 26th, 9 am – 5 pm. 55” TV, Picnic table, kids clothes & toys, linens/ blankets, table cloths/ shower curtains, misc. household items, books. 4530 – 22 Mile Rd, Sand Lake. #21

Yard Sale: 4379 – 20 Mile, May 25-27, Thursday 11 am – 6 pm. Friday, Saturday, 9 am – 5 pm. Coca-Cola, Nascar, furniture and more. Some antiques. #21

Garage Sale: May 26-27-28, Toys, clothes, household, beer steins, signs and collectables. Lots more. 8669 – 19 Mile Rd. 9 am – 5 pm. #21p

Something for everyone! Household goods, outdoor play equipment, furniture, hunting equipment, sporting goods. Friday, Saturday & Sunday, May 26-28, 9 am – 5 pm. 7095 Cedar Highlands Drive, Cedar Springs. #21p

ONE DAY ONLY! Saturday, May 27th, 8055 Becker St. 8 am – 5 pm.  (corner of Pine Lake and Becker) Tools to furniture. Many items! #21p

PLAN AHEAD:

Large Yard Sale: 16530 Algoma, Cedar Springs. June 1st – June 4th. Toys, hunting equipment, small tractor and equipment, camping equipment, Boy Scout items. #20,21p

 


Help Wanted:

The City of Cedar Springs is hiring for Public Works Superintendent. See full job description at www. cityofcedarsprings.org under NEWS. Cover Letter, Resume, 3 references to City Manager, P.O. Box 310, 66 S. Main St., Cedar Springs, MI 49319 or manager@cityofcedarsprings.org. #20-22b

The Village of Sand Lake seeks an individual to fill the position of Village Clerk. This position involves working with the Village Council, under the direct supervision of the Village President, and working with Police, Fire, and Public Works Departments. Duties include all functions under the Village Charter and State of Michigan laws. A complete description of roles and responsibilities can be obtained from the Village of Sand Lake office at 2 E. Maple St., Sand Lake, MI 49343, ph (616)636-8854, or from the Village website, villageofsandlake.org. This is a salaried, part-time position for 24 hours per week, with an annual salary of 18,720. The Village of Sand Lake is an at-will employer. No benefits provided. Resumes should be sent to the Village office by Thursday, June 1st, with “Attention: Clerk” on the front of the envelope. Resumes can be sent to President@villageofsandlake.org or dropped off or mailed to 2 E. Maple St., Sand Lake, MI 49343. #21b

WANTED: sales/marketing assistant. The POST newspaper is looking for a sales/marketing assistant. Starting hourly as much as $15.00 per hour. Part-time, 20 hours, may lead into full time position. Flexible hours, no nights or weekends. Must be good on the phone and the computer. Must have dependable transportation and a valid driver’s license. Send resume to sales@cedarspringspost.com


 

Apartment for Rent:

Main level. D/T C/S 1B/R + includes heat, trash removal, snow removal, 2 steps, lawn care. Non-Smokers. No Pets. Tenants to pay for electric and any cable devices. $700 month plus deposit. Call 616-893-5011. #20,21p

 

Lost and Found:

Lost: wedding ring. Possibly lost at Meijer in  Cedar Springs. Yellow gold with diamond solitair with a diamond wrap. REWARD. Please call 231-354-6364. #19

Lost: Keys – 2 Honda keys (possibly) one gray and one black. Lost in August last year in Cedar Springs. Possibly Family Farm and Home store/parking area. Call 616-696-1848. #18

Found: Non-motorized scooter with bike handles. Found on Ritchie between Becker and 16 Mile Rd. Call 616-696-9217, leave message please. #21

Found: Set of keys left on the counter at the Cedar Springs Post on Monday, May 22nd or Tuesday, May 23rd. Car plus 2 others. Stop in to identify at 36 E. Maple St. 616-696-3655. #21


Services:

A TO Z Trash will pick up your trash weekly. One-time hauls available. Call Bryan at 616-696-2938. #tfnb

 


 

Critter Corner:

Lost: Black Lab – male wearing orange collar w/ ID tag. Lost from Meyers Lake Rd. between 17 and 18 Mile Rd. on Tuesday, May 9th. Call 616-696-2028. #20

Found: Staying in the neighborhood is a banded white pigeon (?). Found about May 12th or 13th at 4240 Solon Rd. Call 616-696-2921. #20


 

Humane Society of West Michigan’s PETS OF THE WEEK:

 

Clover

Clover

Clover – American Pit Bull Terrier Mix

I’m a sweet 5 year old girl looking for my forever home! I’ve got a lot of love to give and would make someone or a family very happy. I have a happy smile and a wagging tail whenever visitors come to see me! I was recently transferred to HSWM from another shelter in Michigan, so much of my history is a mystery. Please come meet me at Humane Society of West Michigan and see if I am the right fit for your home!

Tom & Jerry

Tom & Jerry

Tommy & Jerry – Male Domestic Short Hairs

We are a pair of 14 year old cats that have lived our whole lives together. We are a bonded pair and must be adopted together. We would like to live in a quiet, relaxed home where we would have our own space to snuggle up and nap. We are both front declawed. Senior pets (ages 7 years and older) always have their adoption fees waived due to generous grant funding.

Humane Society of West Michigan is open Tuesday-Friday 12-7, Saturday & Sunday 11-4. 

For more information on the Humane Society of West Michigan, call (616) 453-8900 or visit them at 3077 Wilson NW,  just ½ mile north of  Three Mile Road during adoption hours or visit www.hswestmi.org