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Business break-ins

The Kent County Sheriff Department is seeking information on several break-ins that occurred Saturday evening, March 22, in the Cedar Rock area.

Cash was stolen and damage done to Domino’s Pizza, 4324 14 Mile Road; Pinnacle Popcorn, 4320 14 Mile Road; and Hair Taylor’s, 4633 14 Mile Road.

At Hair Taylor’s, Owner Tara Witt said that the thieves stole some products from the retail shelf, took their Keurig coffee pot, her laptop, and some cash from a snack box.

Anyone with information should call the Detective Division at (616) 632-6125, or Silent Observer at (616) 774-2345.

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Business Bits

MJ Dalton joins Hair Taylors

Hair Taylors, located at 4633 14 Mile Road, welcomes MJ Dalton to the select group of stylists at the salon.
Hair Taylors, owned by Dawn Roberts, is a group of professional women stylists who have closed or left a previous business and rent space in the Hair Taylors salon.
“The women here have become co-workers, friends, and team members,” said stylist Susan Reason. “As women in business, it’s imperative we come together. In this economy we have to find ways to cultivate services, to offer a relaxing atmosphere, and be affordable,” said Susan. “We are happy to have MJ Dalton in our family.”
The salon will be offering several buy one service, get one free specials throughout the holidays. Check out their specials in future issues of the Post! To make an appointment or get more info, call 696-2096.

Cyber Spot Electronics

A Greenville electronics store has a new location.
Cyber Spot Electronics, owned by David Ries and Greg Keates, is now located on M-91, one-half mile south of M-57. The shop, which specializes in computer and TV repairs, gives customers a quick turn-around  by doing their repairs immediately, when possible. The owners say what makes their business unique is that they can fix any electronic device with a battery, and can also aid in data recovery. They also carry refurbished PCs as well.
This family-oriented business said they plan to “grow-up with Greenville” and have bought the building they are now in. Stop by and check them out!  They are open Monday through Friday 10-6 and Saturday 10-2. Closed Sunday. For more info call (616) 232-2099.

Independent Bank

Hank Risley has taken the role of senior vice president of retail lending at Independent Bank. Risley will lead the retail lending team statewide. Risley previously worked as a senior vice president of retail banking in West Michigan. This change will provide expanded service to Independent Bank’s customers throughout Michigan.
Brian Talbot, senior vice president of retail banking at Independent Bank, has an expanded role as the leader of retail administration throughout West Michigan. Talbot previously oversaw the retail administration in Ionia and Newaygo counties.


Meet and greet for Linda Lehman

Linda Lehman, Finance Director for the City of Cedar Springs, has taken a job with the City of Rockford. There will be a public meet and greet to say goodbye to her on Monday, November 28, from 1-3 p.m. at Cedar Springs City Hall.  Cake and punch will be served.

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Cedar Rock Café

Area residents have another new restaurant to try out in the Cedar Rock area. The Cedar Rock Café, owned by Joe and Diane Seyferth, and Karri Creveling, recently opened its doors at 4615 14 Mile Road, next door to Hair Taylors.

They offer a traditional breakfast and lunch menu, and some trendy items such as various flavors of cheesecake stuffed French toast, and Panini sandwiches with their own homemade Cedar chips (hot and fresh homemade potato chips). They also offer the “mug club” to regular customers. Bring in your own coffee mug and leave it, grab it the next time you come in, and coffee will only be 99 cents.

The owners bring 50 years of combined restaurant experience to customers. “Our philosophy is quality food and great customer service,” they said.

They hope to grow with the Cedar Rock community, and become a place people return to, where customers feel more like friends stopping by to visit.

The restaurant is open 6 a.m. to 2 p.m. seven days a week. Call 696-0150 for more information. You can find daily specials on facebook by searching for cedar rock café, or visit them at their website at www.cedarrockcafe.com. You may also email them at cedarrockcafe@live.com.

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