Shirley_Utah_Franklin - Graduates KCC - Battle Creek Enq - 25 May 1987
GRADUATES MONDAY, MAY 25, 1987 BATTLE CREEK ENQUIRER 53. Area sfludenife earn certitf Ecaftes facm KCC Nearly 600 students earned associate associate degrees and certificates from Kellogg Community College this year. About 270 participated in May 14 commencement ceremonies. 1 -The -The graduates are: ; Albion: Wilma Bahr, Brenda Hawkins, Hawkins, Anthony Kosky, George Cleveland, Cleveland, Cherrie Williams, Lesley Arnold, Melanie De Voider, Patricia Frye, Carol Harris, Paula Pennock, Teresa Robilliard, Carla Tison, Teresa Teresa Hackworth, Salvador Ramon, Dorothy Evans, Deborah Poulopou-los, Poulopou-los, Poulopou-los, Beth McDaniel, George Williamson, Williamson, Pamela Newton, Cynthia Rice-Snyder, Rice-Snyder, Rice-Snyder, Sandra Champlin, Ronald Kolodica, Anthony Kosky, Cherrie Williams, Crystal Falk, Karen Karen Gibson and Mary Hall. Athens: Cindy Petersen, Joene Redmond, Stephen Tuttle, David Rench Jr., Susan Motz, Rebecca Smith and Kinberly Smith. Augusta: Vicki Gross and Judith Gray. Battle Creek: Kenneth Krider, Larry Lucas, Dennis Russell, Joseph Walker, Ronnie Hutchins, Terry Robinson, Roger Bryner, Kenneth Flint, Daniel Hopkins, Richard Packer Jr., Jeffrey Wood, John Cumbers, Hope Bolton, Jeffrey White, Darlene Anthony, Richard Ward, Howard Wilkerson Jr., Richard Richard McGuire, Daniel Messenger, Rickey Willavize, Lana Ackley, Holly Holly Behrndt, Patricia Bennett, Bruce Bennison, Linda Godde, Duane Hansen, Jeanene Mallmann, Martin Philp, Timothy Reynolds, Laurie Sherman, Nancy Barrett, Linda Bee-be, Bee-be, Bee-be, Sandra Nowicki, Sharon Osborne, Osborne, Mary Radike, Lisa Sneed, Thomas Starkweather, Dean Baxter, Thomas Gagnier. , Sadia Mitchell, David Pardoe, Timothy Timothy Reynolds, Lorraine Senchuk, Gwendolyn Knapper, Jeffrey Par-shall, Par-shall, Par-shall, William Ruth, Len Spano, Vicki Davis, Charlene Erskine, Kimberly Evans, Robin Heflin, Jodi Mussulman, Carol Mason, Corlinda . Reedy, Michelle Turson, Vanita Woodworth, Rebecca Wright, Leslie Browne, Marilyn Langness, Marcia Lewis, Marion Mertens, Carol Si-gourney. Si-gourney. Si-gourney. ; ; Julie Bentz, Jilaine Berquist, Diana Diana Chaffee, Dawn Glover, Renee Humphreys, Stacey Kovar, Michelle Marz, Susan Meter, Kristi Raymond, Raymond, Beth Sharpsteen, Tracy Rockhold, Daphanie Winders, Jess Conrad, Deborah Gilbert, Pamela Miller, Helen Sepsey, Robin Young, Sue Anthony, Beth Byrd, Cheryl Campbell, Carol Curtis, Dorothy Eldred, Betsy Fritz, Lisa Gilmore, Elwood Grassi, Julie Guarniere, Sarah Sarah Guetschow. Shelby Hamilton, Marlene Harmon, Harmon, Susan Hewitt, Marietta Hill, Douglas Holstein, Barbara Homan, Deborah Kelley, Sabrina Klepsteen, Carol Koppe, Lori Landon, Bonnie Lind, Brenda McDonald, Cathy Mead, Robin Muselin, Karla Okon- Okon- BCCHS Valerie Jones, Hope Kellay, Maria Kemper, Shawn Kennedy, Gregory Kerr, Jean Kirincic, Paul Kitchen, Charles Klein, Donald Klindt, David David Kok, Ann Krzyzanski, Jeffrey Kuenzel, Michael Ladley, Timothy LaGrand, Todd LaGrand, Willie Lane, Marjorie Lanko, Bilal Lauren-cin, Lauren-cin, Lauren-cin, Jomo Laurencin, Charles Lawrence, Lawrence, Cynthia Leatherman, Sarah Lewis, Debra Link, William Liskow, Robert Llewellyn, Eric Logan, Anthony Anthony Looper, Gary Looper, Jerry Lowery II, Timothy Lucas, Juan Luna, Stephanie Madden, Melissa Maher, Tina Mahoney, Anthony Markos, Marcus Marshall, Rodney Marshall, Kimberly Martin, Heather Martinez, Preston McBride Jr., Kelli McGilbray, Kimberly McGilbray, Darnell McGowan, Nicole McKin-ney, McKin-ney, McKin-ney, Zandra McKinney, Heather iewski, Martha Poirier, Danforth Roberts, Dean Schils, Pamela Smith, Patricia Thompson, Nora Trewhella, Sherry Winterburn, Stacy Calvin, Robert Eifler. Pauline Giacoletto, Lori Heinz, Rhonda Hubbard, Julie Martin, Sharon Ruder, Kevin Beat, Paul Boes, Chad Braun, Randall Ingra-ham, Ingra-ham, Ingra-ham, Kelly Kiessling, Donita Ma, Steven Mahaney, Michael Matthews, Matthews, Michelle Maxson, Donald Meyer, Mary Morales, Rodney Norton, Norton, Samuel Ripoli, Randy Rober-son, Rober-son, Rober-son, Duane Rogers, Reuben Sommers Jr., Tamara Tobias, James Wolfe II, Beverly Daniels, Kimberly Daniels, Craig Judd, Todd Kline, Kurt Kuipers. Lauri Moats, Alonzo Chatman Jr., Mary Fortfney, Kraig Britvec, Tonja . Parker, Patricia Blackford, Diana Brown, Norman Zuhl, Linda Swaf-ford, Swaf-ford, Swaf-ford, Judith Webster, Holly West-cott, West-cott, West-cott, Cheryl Chambers, Raynard Dukes, Barbara Hawthorne, Richard Richard Pancost, Brian Shippell, Deborah Deborah Sweet, Jennifer Callaway, Rose Bond, Jill Doolittle, Joanne Hrebenar, Bernita Willis, Harold Collier, Rodney Cosgrove, Denise Abel, Jerry Johnson, Howard Dris-coll, Dris-coll, Dris-coll, Keith Parson, Gail Boehmer, Jeanne Mead. Janice Rubley, Lynette Schroten-boer, Schroten-boer, Schroten-boer, Brian Boyer, Monique Kon-ecny, Kon-ecny, Kon-ecny, Stephen Thomas, Jerry " Aaberg, Melinda Bentley, Michael Boogren, Jamie Carpenter, Carolyn Christophel, Charles Clark Jr., Monica Monica Cunningham, Katherine Cush-man, Cush-man, Cush-man, David DeRossett, Pamela Doe, Ellen Garland, Cynthia Glidewell, Deborah Hurley, Bryan Keeler, Joan Killion, Carla Loftis, Michael May, Linda Morcombe, La-titia La-titia La-titia Neville, Tony Petch, Elizabeth Raz, Alane Regualos, Linda Sheldon, Sheldon, Jeffrey Starring, Shelley Streeter, Carolyn Tabata, Steven Thompson, Robert Thomson, Thomas VanHooser. Walter Vastbinder, Genie Wem-ple, Wem-ple, Wem-ple, Gary Baker, Beth Ball, Stephen Bennett, Diana Brown, Helen Brown, Sally Campbell, Eugene Crapo, Paula Disher, Mary Her, Sharon Kuenzel, Susan Leask, Cari Lufsey, Richard Miller, Scott Selles, Janae Vogt, Theodore Whalen, Terri Zima, John Chapman, Robert Sten-man, Sten-man, Sten-man, Jack Wilk Jr., Deborah Rheyn-ard, Rheyn-ard, Rheyn-ard, Dawn Britvec, Robin Dillery, Rebecca Schook, Tamera Starks, Marilyn Stoddard, Suzeann Thur-man, Thur-man, Thur-man, Dorthea Waun, Jennifer Callaway, Virginia Mayhew, Car-lene Car-lene Car-lene Myers, Lisa Opich, Patricia Bennett, Gwendolyn Knapper. Louanne Miller, Terry Murray, Judy Rogers, Susan Broas, Ruby Ratliff, Mary Harpine, Christine Myers, Randolph Pratt Jr., William Ruth, Dawn Akins, Sadia Mitchell, Catherine Steinbacher, Matthew Mitchell, Sandra Whitehead, James Wickware, Nina Darrow, Vicki Davis, Davis, Beverly Marz, Jodi Mussulman, Kimberly Evans, Linda Henderson, From 4B la Ruth, Nancy Rybka, Paul Staffell, Paula Sammons, Tiffany Sampson, Paula Scarbrough, Misty Schlueter, Steven Schrieber, Chikweita Settle, Jocelyn Severance, Jack Sharp, Kimberly Sharpe, Shawn Shaw, Lori Shive, Stacy Shrontz, Kurt Shulters, Lisa Simmons, Robert Simmons, Shay Sims, Andrea Sisson, Jonathan Skillman, Troy Skinner, Monique Smith, Ronald Smith, Ronda Smith, Shannon Spaulding, Steven Stancle, Zarrin Steen, Alvin Stephenson, Tiffany Tiffany Stevenson, Erick Stewart, Fredrick Fredrick Stewart, Patrick Strang, Judy Strimback, Kathleen Styer, Gregory Talbott, Rochelle Tate, LaStarr Ta-tum, Ta-tum, Ta-tum, Tiscur Taylor, David Tample-ton, Tample-ton, Tample-ton, Melissa Thomas, Victor Thomas, Cheryl Thomason, Honnee Thompkins, Timothy Thompson, John Billups, Ferlena Burke, Sally Campbell, Dawn Challender, Suzan Fox, Judith Gilson, Karen Graham, Cara Lister, Donita Ma, Ingeborg McDonald, Edward Riddle and Karen Karen Stempien. Bedford: Connie VanHoose, Anton Anton Radi and Gayle Radi. Bellevue: Gail Robinson, Heidi Geyer, Lori Mowrer, Clara Stanley, John Shier and Elaine Hooks. Burlington: Amber Warner, Chris O Dell and Robin Shook. Ceresco: Mary Byrd, Kelly Friend, Anthony Tabiadon, Julie Markham and David Cooper. Charlotte: Mary Curtis, Kerry Peck and Mildred Kelly. Coldwaten Kara Martinson, Shar on Adams, Peggy Davis, Joe Bregg Jr., Jul Mason, Sylvia Hoard, Susan Miller, Mary Milnes, Gladys Ni chols, Gail Schlubatis, Joell Kline, Carol Yearling, Mary Curtis, Karen Shiery, Margaret Fillmore, William McKinley, Joel Rollins, John Kal-lioinen, Kal-lioinen, Kal-lioinen, Patricia Morrill, Kim Shaff-master Shaff-master Shaff-master and Jean Carnahan. Colon: Lisa Thaxton and Victoria Sharp. Delton: Karen Hayward, Dixie Johnston, Forrest Milliman, Star Bethel, Janet Scheidt and Kimberly Larsen. Dowling: Kimberly Inman and Jon Young. East Leroy: Steven Szarejko, Dawn Applegate, Judith Evans, Sherril Keese, Laurie Markos, Mary Koscoe and Kenneth Holcomb. Fulton: Donna McPherson and Richard Bowman Galesbnrg: Sandra Lawrence, Pa tricia Taylor and Tracy Sager. Hastings: Joseph Cipcic, Peter Dilworth, Anthony Heath, Frank Weinbrecht, Pauline Clow, Laurie Curtis, Joseph Maurer, Phyllis Sny der, Sue Murphy, William Vandea burg, Claire Hauschild, Katherine Silsbee, Gregory Myers, Jen Cole, Susan Hustwick, Charlotte Rentz, Theodore Spoelstra, Kathleen Dai-ley, Dai-ley, Dai-ley, Gloria Dockham and Cathy tjuada. Homer Shawn Wells, Lori Hol-lenbaugh, Hol-lenbaugh, Hol-lenbaugh, Laura Fouch, Kevin Thomas, Debra Huffman, Steve Sherman and Shawn Wells. Kalamazoo: Caroline Churchill, Cynthia McKnight, Rhonda O'Connor, O'Connor, Paula Talcott, Dolores Rawl-ings Rawl-ings Rawl-ings and Denise Bell.. Marshall: Juan Jimenez, Mary Jorgensen, Ronald Rachauskas Jr., Carol May, Robinette Drumm, Susan Susan McMasters, Teresa Campbell, Utah Shirley, Linda Peck, Sharon Shelters, Brenda Bailey, Buell Hamilton, Hamilton, Dawn Renner, Mary Wood, Sharon Wright, Micha Bryant, Victoria Victoria Crank, Truusje Edwards, Glenn Farmer, Kristine Klein, Rebecca Rebecca Powers, Julie Rio, Connie Sims, Alan Schmidt, Kathy Davis, Nora Hartung, Margaret Ramon, Elizabeth Nobbs, Marilyn Discher, Cheryl Lubahn, Elizabeth Weiss, Alice Alice Bladen, Kristine Boyd, Lisa Lamb, Patricia Robison, Inga Roe, Jennifer Tappenden, Brian Ziskal, Sheri Zuckschwerdt, Sherrie Damon, Damon, Tamara Morey, Victoria Crank, Joyce VanZandt, Robin Woods, Janet Lawrence and Judith Swalwell. Middleville: Joy Richardson and Ginger Heacock. Nashville: Christopher Crane, Mark Sutfm, Barbara Walden, Susan Susan Shay, and Teresa Kellogg,, all of Nashville. Portage: Mark Barnes and Larry Goodman. Quincy: David Ross Jr., Paula Cariuty and Lisa Booher. Springfield: David Weissling, Suzy Lovelady, Sharon Starksv Julie Burdine, Janet Walther, Wendy Parker, Steven McDonald, Brian Sommers, John Younglove Jr., Rebecca Rebecca Tybor, Carolyn Boyer, Todd Ray, Patricia Pittard, Brian Sommers Sommers and Rosa Siller. Tekonsha: Kollene Goheen, Shelly Myers, Carmen Petersen and Shirley Myers. Union City: Dena Garms, Larry Colvin, Michelle Alford and Dorothy Dorothy Mathis. CITY OF BATTLE CREEK, MICHIGAN . COMBINED NOTICE OF FINDING OF NO SIGNIFICANT IMPACT ON THE ENVIRONMENT AND INTENT TO REQUEST RELEASE OF FUNDS FOR 13TH YEAR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT POGRAM FOR FY 1987-88 1987-88 1987-88 -.. -.. , To all interested Agencies, Groups and Persons: ; Prior to July l, 1987 the City of Battle Creek proposes to request the U.S. Department of Housing and Ur-. Ur-. Ur-. ban Development to release Federal Funds under Title I of the Housing and Community Development ; Act of 1974 (Public Law 93-383), 93-383), 93-383), as amended, in the amount of $1,327,000 to be used towards the following : projects and activities, recommended by the City's eight Neighborhood Planning Councils and the Com-' Com-' Com-' munity Development Advisory Council; and which was presented to and approved by the Battle Creek ,City Commission on Tuesday, May 19, 1987. 1. GENERAL PROGRAM ADMINISTRATION : (City Wide) $88,061 The function of this activity is to provide necessary staffing to develop, implement and monitor the overall performance of all Community Development Block Grant Programs pursuant to Title I of the Housing and Community Development Act of 1974 as amended, and the Housing and Urban-Rural Urban-Rural Urban-Rural Urban-Rural Recovery Act of 1983. 2. COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT NEIGHBORHOOD PLANNING: (City Wide) $75,754 This function provides the necessary management to conduct specific studies related to the overall overall program design of the comprehensive planning process and the development of Community Development Plan, involving Neighborhood Planning Councils, civic organizations, individuals, and other boards, commissions and committees. The Community Development Plan will identify community development and housing needs, and specify short and long-term long-term long-term community development objectives. 3. HOUSING REHABILITATION LOAN PROGRAMS: (City Wide) $15,241 The purpose of this program is to provide operational funds for the City's Rehabilitation Loan Programs, Michigan State Housing Authority's Neighborhood Improvement Loan Program and a Lump-Sum Lump-Sum Lump-Sum Drawdown, to be used for a 5 to 1 leverage for a Target Neighborhood Housing .Rehabilitation Program. The lump-sum lump-sum lump-sum drawdown investment strategy enables these programs to provide low interest loans for eligible properties, leveraging Community Development Block Grant funds with private lending institution monies. 1. Housing Rehabilitation Management $105,241 2. Program Income 90,000 $15,241 4. CODE ENFORCEMENT: (City Wide) $218,306 The purpose of this activity is to provide effective staffing for the City's Environmental Control Division to continue its efforts to provide the citizens of Battle Creek with effective code enforcement, enforcement, and to complement other Community Development activities in blighted and distressed areas. 5. ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT $464,000 As a result of a high unemployment rate in the City of Battle Creek, numerous vacant buildings within the Central Business District, and a desire to insure the highest and best use of other federal, federal, state and private monies in the rebuilding of the Central Business District, a high priority has been placed on promoting the economic development activity ; (a) Efforts have been undertaken to assist the Cereal City Development Corporation, a non-profit non-profit non-profit agency in Battle Creek, to effectuate action in the revitalization of the City's Central Business District. This effort would entail various analyses including, but not limited to, market studies, funding strategies, developer contacts and review of recommended improvements for distressed areas and businesses. $50,000 (b) Interest and Principle Repayments for Section 108 Loan Guarantee approved by HUD for purposes purposes of acquiring the manufacturing facility of Union Pump Company. Retention of current employment employment and creating avenues for expanded levels of employment opportunities. In addition, it is important to retain a Central Business District devoid of increased blight due to vacated manufacturing manufacturing facilities. $354,000 (c) Assistance in CDBG Funds has been recommended for the West End Redevelopment Association Association for purposes of assisting in the creation of a Business Enterprise Center. WERA is completing completing its "study" phase of the program with funding assistance from the 11th CDBG Program year and this funding level will support operational, as well as leveraging funds needed in the programs. programs. $60,000 r 6. FRANKLIN NEIGHBORHOOD CENTER (PostFranklin) $94,950 The purpose of Uiis public supporting service activity is to provide funding to the Community Ac-' Ac-' Ac-' tion Agency of South Central Michigan for the Franklin Neighborhood Center with a rwreation branch in the North Central Neighborhood Council Area. The Center provides various sendees to citizens of the Southeastern part of the City, including, but not limited to, youth employment, child care health screening and various recreation projects and activities being provided at the Franklin Center and the North Central Neighborhood Council Area 7. BATTLE CREEK AREA URBAN LEAGUE : $22 585 This program has the following objectives : 1. Citizen Involvement - Continuation of funding for Police Community Services Officer to coor-dinate coor-dinate coor-dinate and monitor the communication, and participation between Neighborhood Watch Neighborhood Planning and Police Collaborative Process. This portion of tteprogram will be fimctfon 3n mtegral part of toe City's Community Development Neighborhood Planning 2. Neighborhood Watch Program - The purpose is to create a highly visible, citizen involved crime prevention program for the City's neighborhoods. "u mvuivea 9. NEIGHBORHOODS INC. OF BATTLE CREEK: (City Wide) $129,521 The purpose of this activity is to provide assistance to a neighborhood based non-profit non-profit non-profit organization. organization. This will allow Neighborhoods Inc. of Battle Creek to carry out various neigEhorevl-talization neigEhorevl-talization neigEhorevl-talization projects and activities to supplement the City's Neighborhood Planntagctivitteslnd the overall Community Development Block Grant Program. .uviues, ana 1. General Administration . $20,857 2. Corporate Planning (Public Service) 6,834 3. Housing Rehabilitation 59,957 4. Paint Rebate Tool Loan Library 41,873 $129,521 10. SPECIAL NEIGHBORHOODS ACTIVITIES PROGRAM (S.N. A P ) $8,000 The purpose of this public service activity is to provide a preschool experience for low-income low-income low-income and poverty level f amilies in the City of Battle Creek, (City Wide) cPenence Ior I0W income U' PLAC$7R0OOSK AREA ORGANIZATION AGAINST DOMESTIC VIOLENCE - S.A.F.E. The purpose of this activity is to provide operational funding for a private. non-Drof non-Drof non-Drof it oreantaaHnn committed to provide emergency shelter to the victims of domesti? violence (CiS Widl) 12. CALHOUN COUNTY HEALTH DEPARTMENT URBAN RAT CONTROL $5,337 Other communities: Kathleen Meccia, Bronson; Barbara Haney, Burr Oak; John Rohr, Centreville; Jacalyn Powers, Concord; Diane Blaske, Dowagiac; Susan Eifler, Hickory Corners; Doris Whorley, Hillsdale; Paul Osborn Sr., Ionia; Sherry McDonald, Jackson; Carolyn Polenz, Jonesville; Mark Wright, Lansing; Sherry Klein, Lake Odessa; Gloria Hargreave, Leoni-das; Leoni-das; Leoni-das; Marie Kinville, Okemos; Michael Michael Cilibraise, Olivet; Dawn Falor, : Richland; Darlene Neifl, Springport; ; Jack Houck, Sturgis; Terri Myers, Vermontville.