City of Ithaca: Thompson Home Public Library - Part-Time Library Clerk: The City of Ithaca is seeking applicants for a part-time Library Clerk. The position is up to 15 hours per week with some evenings and weekend hours; scheduling flexibility required. Successful candidate will possess excellent verbal and written communication skills, strong computer and organizational skills, cash handling and the ability to work well with children and adults. Previous library experience desired but not required. Starting wage is $11.00 per hour. The full job description is available at www.ithacami.com
Apply by submitting an application to Director Abby Clark, Thompson Home Public Library, 125 W. Center St., Ithaca, MI 48847. Application may be obtained from the Thompson Home Public Library at 125 W. Center St., Ithaca, from the Ithaca City Hall at 129 W. Emerson St, Ithaca, or downloaded from the City of Ithaca website at www.ithacami.com. Application will be taken until position is filled with interviews beginning Friday, September 8, 2023. EOE
Public Notice of Noxious Weeds and Tall Grass Control
Public Notice of Noxious Weed and Tall Grass Control
City of Ithaca
129 W. Emerson St. Ithaca, Michigan
Take notice that the City of Ithaca City Charter (Chapter II, Section A., 2.a.) and the International Property Maintenance Code (Section 302.4) provide that all noxious weeds and grasses be controlled to not exceed eight (8) inches of height on any property in the City of Ithaca. The codes require all property owners to keep their grasses and noxious weeds to be trimmed to be in compliance with these codes. Any grasses or weeds that are found to be in violation of the code(s) may be trimmed by the City if the owner has not cut the weeds and grasses after proper notification to the owner.
The City of Ithaca hereby notifies all property owners, tenants and the public that noxious weeds and grasses shall be eradicated by cutting them and keeping them to a height of less than eight (8) inches. Weeds and grasses not cut by May 1, 2023 will be cut by the City as many times as shall be necessary, and the owner of the property upon which such noxious weeds and grasses are found shall be charged with the cost thereof and the City shall have a lien against the land for the amount thereof. Refusal to destroy noxious weeds and cut grasses are a municipal infraction punishable by a civil fine pursuant to the provisions of Section 1-7 of the City of Ithaca Code of Ordinances.