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Blair Township, located in the center and "heart" of Grand Traverse County, offers the serenity and beauty that have made northern Michigan a popular place to live, work, and visit. Situated in the northwest quadrant of the lower peninsula, this Township has the signature physical features found in northern Michigan: scenic meandering rivers, attractive inland lakes, gentle rolling hills, abundant mature forests, rural agricultural activities, and plentiful vibrant wetlands. Blair is in close proximity to Lake Michigan, a variety of charming tourist towns, and Traverse City, the area's largest urban center.

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Uniform Video Services Local Franchise Act

On December 21, 2006, Governor Granholm signed legislation to promote competition in providing video service in the state of Michigan. This legislation is known as Public Act 480, or more commonly known as the "Uniform Video Services Local Franchise Act". 2006 PA 480 creates a uniform franchise agreement that is to be used between each franchising entity and video provider in the state of Michigan. The Michigan Public Service Commission (MPSC) has been the designated agency to implement the Act.

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Spectrum Internet Assist Program
Spectrum's low-cost high-speed broadband program for low-income students and seniors who qualify is now available in our legacy Charter Michigan markets.   To assist consumers with the eligibility process, Charter has launched a new dedicated Spectrum Internet Assist website: www.SpectrumInternetAssist.com
To Enroll:
Prospective enrollees should call the Spectrum Internet Assist toll-free helpline at 1-844-525-1574 for enrollment assistance.

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University of Michigan offering free tuition for families making less than $65K

Updated on June 15, 2017 at 7:45 PM Posted on June 15, 2017 at 3:26 PM
By Martin Slagter
mslagter@mlive.com

ANN ARBOR, MI - The University of Michigan is offering free tuition to in-state families earning up to $65,000, the university announced at its Thursday, June 15, Board of Regents meeting.

UM President Mark Schlissel surprised the audience inside the Michigan Union by announcing the creation of the Go Blue Guarantee to kick off the meeting Thursday, prior to the Regents' vote on the budget for the upcoming year. 

http://www.mlive.com/news/ann-arbor/index.ssf/2017/06/university_of_michigan_to_offe_4.html

Eagle Scout Project Gives Respect to Worn Flags

Area residents can take advantage of new flag collection boxes in Long Lake, Blair, Almira and Inland Township halls in Grand Traverse and Benzie counties.

The hinged oak boxes were constructed by Long Lake Township resident Levi Cederquist as part of an Eagle Scout project. But that isn't all, Cederquist, 18, also collects the flags whenever the boxes get full and retires them by burning them ceremonially and burying their ashes on his family's 14-acre property.