October 4, 2021
The Wyoming City Council recently took action to place two proposals on the May 2022 ballot that, if approved, would provide future funding to support public safety and parks needs, make the city more financially sustainable and minimize the overall tax burden of residents.
MORTGAGES Selected mortgages filed with Kent County Register of Deeds STOREY, Ryan et al, Northpointe Bank, Parcel: 4121033150039, $444,000 BRAMEIJER, Michael T., Flagstar Bank, Parcel: 411904476033, $361,500 DEBRIE, Joni M. et al, MiMutual Mortgage, Caledonia Twp., $446,000 CUCCARESE, Thomas A. et al, Wyndham Capital Mortgage, Parcel: 411108160006, $447,000 BEACH, Lisa A. et al, Quicken Loans, […]
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