Delta Township monthly news & updates
Vol. 5 | Issue 2
2019
Pardon the Pot Holes
As the weather changes those pesky potholes begin to peak through, some in a not-so subtle way. While we know potholes are a problem this time of year, the Eaton County Road Commission (ECRC) and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) work to make sure crews are out working to identify and correct problem areas, however, if you know of a specific location that needs some attention, please utilize their "Pothole Reporting Services (listed below).

ECRC Report a Pothole:   

MDOT Report a Pothole:  
 Delta Township Annual Audit Underway

The Township is currently undergoing its annual financial statement  audit. All municipalities in Michigan must follow state audit requirements. Delta Township's 2017 audit is available to view on our website  here , and the 2018 report will be available on our website once it is published.  
 
The 2018 audit report will be completed and presented to the Township Board in the spring of 2018. Delta Township has consistently had favorable audit reports which illustrate the importance the Township places on fiscal accountability and responsibility. 
Overnight Parking Reminder 
Please note that no person shall park any vehicle, including a vehicle used for commercial or recreational purposes, or any trailer on either side of any highway, freeway, street, or roadway located within the township between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. of any day.

A person who violates the ordinance will receive a municipal civil infraction. The Township increased efforts to systematically enforce the over night parking.
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Storybook Characters, Music & Puppets Highlight
Early Childhood Literacy Coalition Event
The Delta Township District Library will be one of many organizations celebrating childhood literacy at a free special event on Sunday, March 17, from 1-3:30 p.m., at Hannah Community Center in East Lansing.
 
Storybook characters, musical performances, and puppet shows will be featured to foster literacy skills and a love for reading. The Amazing Clark will present family-friendly stage shows with a funny twist on The Three Little Pigs. Performances will take place at 1:15 p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
 
The event also includes additional children’s activities, music with the Early On Band, and an opportunity for children to meet favorite storybook characters. This year’s featured characters are Curious George, Froggy, Ladybug Girl, Llama Llama, and Taco Dragon.
 
Each child will receive a free book while supplies last. The Hannah Community Center offers free parking and is also on CATA Route 26.
 
From March 9-23, early childhood agencies around the Greater Lansing area will have events at their sites featuring the book characters. A schedule of these events is available at www.dtdl.org as a printable online brochure.
 
Early Childhood Literacy Coalition members include CACS Head Start, Capital Area District Libraries, Clinton Great Start, Delta Township District Library, DeWitt District Library, East Lansing Public Library, Eaton Great Start, Grand Ledge Area District Library, Ingham Great Start, Lansing RIF, Library of Michigan, and WKAR/Ready to Learn.
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