Posted on 04 August 2016.
The work began last week on the grounds of te new Cedar Springs Library, at the corner of Main and W. Maple.
Work began last week on the grounds for the new 10,016-square foot library at the corner of Main and W. Maple in Cedar Springs.
The $2 million project estimated to take about 6-8 months to complete.
It is just the first step in a wide scale project being called “The heart of Cedar Springs.” It encompasses ten acres between Maple and Pine Streets. Plans include the new library building, an amphitheater, a boardwalk along the Creek, with rain gardens and sculptures, a community building and a recreation/fitness center. There are also plans for clock tower on the corner of Main and Maple. Complementary to this Town Square development, the White Pine Trail and the North Country Trail will intersect right here in Cedar Springs.
In the meantime, there are still ways you can help the library with funding. A paving brick can be purchased for $50 for a 4×8 or $100 for an 8×8 brick. Paving bricks will be placed in front of the library building and will be highly visible to everyone using the library. With the purchase of a personalized, engraved brick, your pride and support of this project and the community will be permanently displayed.
You can also purchase a commemorative brick or block. A block can be purchased for $1,000 to be used in the retaining wall along a path on the northeast side of the new library. Donations for a retaining wall block will not only offset the cost of the retaining block and its installation but will afford you the opportunity to honor or remember a loved one, show support for your community, or advertise your business or organization. The blocks will be formed with an inset to hold an 8×10 brass plaque that can be engraved with your name, logo, or other information. There are also a limited number of capstone blocks available for $2,000.
Forms for both blocks and bricks are available from their website, cedarspringslibrary.org, and at the Cedar Springs Public Library during library hours. They are also available at Cedar Springs City Hall and Solon Township Hall.
Library ClockTower Plan WDimension.pdf
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Posted on 25 June 2015.
Solon Township will conduct a public input session for the Township’s 5-year Parks and Recreation Plan on Tuesday, June 30, at 6:30 p.m. at the Solon Township Hall.
The purpose of this meeting is to gather input from the township residents concerning current and future opportunities for parks, recreation, and trails in the community. The comments and ideas received from this meeting will be used to develop the 2015 Parks and Recreation Plan Update.
Watch for information on future sessions on the Solon Township website and facebook page.
The final public presentation of the Solon Township Parks Master Plan will be held on Wednesday, July 1 at 11:00 am at the Solon Township Hall. This presentation will be attended by the Township Board and is open to the public for viewing and comment.
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Posted on 27 June 2013.
Exciting things are happening with the Solon Market (formerly Solon Township Farmers Market), held every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the new Solon Township Hall, 15185 Algoma Ave.
Not only did they reorganize under a new name, they have a variety of events planned for the season, beginning this weekend. Check out their market giveaways this Saturday, June 29. There will be a multitude of drawings for market products donated by the vendors, as well as other giveaways. Future events include Concert in the Barn, Critter Barn Petting Zoo, Dog Days and a Fire event. Watch the Post for dates and times.
According to Vicky Babcock, spokesperson for the Solon Market, a group of vendors got together recently to talk about plans for the market. “The new name was chosen to reflect the variety of vendors in the market family—farm produce, crafts and other merchandise,” she explained. “We are focusing on obtaining more fresh produce, larger market and use of the Township’s large barn for sales and events. Stop in to see us on Saturday. We’d love to tell you more!”
For more info, call 696-1718, or check them out on Facebook.
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