News & Announcements
Great Lakes Water Authority UpdateJanuary 15, 2017 9:01 p.m.: "The Great Lakes Water Authority (GLWA) recognizes downriver residents' concerns regarding water taste and odor issues. The Authority wants to assure our customer communities that it is committed to providing water of unquestionable quality. The GLWA continuously tests the water it produces to ensure that it meets regulatory standards. When taste and odor issues were raised in a number of downriver communities, GLWA expanded its testing, increasing the number of samples being taken at the Southwest Water Treatment Facility, which serves these communities. Results of this scaled up testing reinforce that regulatory water standards are being achieved, and that the water is safe." Cheryl Porter, COO, GLWA
Great Lakes Water Authorityhttp://www.glwater.org/water-quality-update-downriver-communities/
“The Grosse Ile Bicycle and Pedestrian Advisory Commission (BPAC) is seeking new commissioners. Interested individuals should attend the BPAC study session on 1/17 at 7:30pm.
Cutting Fallen Trees
Grosse Ile residents and off island individuals may now cut downed trees in the area between the Meridian Street School and the woods SW to Intrepid Street.
A permit must be obtained from Margie Gape in the GI Township. The permit is good for one year.
Recreation Department Director Wanted
Township of Grosse Ile, Wayne County, MI is accepting resumes for the position of RECREATION DIRECTOR. This full-time management position involves the operation of Recreation facilities which include a marina, golf course, swimming pool, restaurant, historic farm, waterfront park, recreation fields, and includes the supervision of employees, the implementation of various recreation programs and involvement with Volunteer Community Groups.