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  • CITY OF HARRISON RECEIVES EXEMPLARY EFFORTS IN ENVIRONMANTAL PROTECTION AWARD

      The City of Harrison received the Exemplary Efforts in Environmental Protection  Award from the Michigan Rural Water Conference in Shanty Creek  on March 20, 2014 for their commitment to protecting the ground water.  Along with winning this award they qualify to win the award at the national level.   The City believes that contamination prevention is less costly than cleaning up and monitoring contamination.  The City has done many things to ensure that  the ...

  • Downtown Infrastructure Grant (DIG) Ceremony

    The Michigan Economic Development Corporation will be holding a check presentation to the City of Harrison for the Downtown Infrastructure Grant (DIG) project on February 28th at 10:00 a.m. This project will assist with their traffic calming and the streetscaping program in the traditional downtown of Harrison. M-61/Main Street and 2nd Street is the center of the project.

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Chemical Bank Cares Day

The familiar call of  "Play Ball' will soon be heard across the T-Ball diamond at the City of Harrion five-field baseball complex. A combine effort was put forth to make this project possible. It all started when Chemical Bank announced their "Chemical Bank Cares Day". On Monday, October 14th Columbus Day, the bank was closed, so their employees have volunteered to help thier communities with different projects.

Ten Chemical Bank employees along with the City of Harrion DPW guys, Bruce Kerns, Nate Parshall, and John VanAntwerp worked together to get the T-ball diamond ready for next season. This team worked hard to free the diamond of weeds, spread diamond dust, and erect fencing around the field and dugouts. Chemical Bank believed in making a positive difference in our community and is proud that we are able to provide the much-needed help to complete the T-ball diamond.

Special 'THANKS' go out to everyone who helped to make this project possible including Harrison Lumber Do-It Center.