In brief

Reminder: Pick up after pets

GRAND BLANC — Pet owners are reminded to clean up after their animals when using the city parks.

According to a post on the City of Grand Blanc website, the city has received complaints about people not picking up after their pets.

“It is important to remember that our parks are for all to enjoy so please help keep our parks beautiful by responsibly picking up after your pet goes potty!” the post said.

Not only is it the responsible and courteous thing to do, it is also required by city ordinance. — L.R.

Hill Rd. construction resumes

GRAND BLANC TWP. — The Genesee County Road Commission resumed work on Hill Road on Monday.

The work, which is taking place between Saginaw and Center roads in Grand Blanc Township, includes roadway reconstruction and widening to three lanes.

Construction will utilize shoulder closures and center lane closures for the duration of the work.

Two-way traffic will be maintained at all times.

Motorists are advised to expect delays and allow additional time to reach their destinations.

The project is expected to continue through May 25. — L.R.

Davison VFW serving hot turkey sandwiches April 7

DAVISON TWP. — Davison Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 4087 Auxiliary will be serving Hot Turkey Sandwiches on April 7 from 4-7 p.m. The dinner will include a Hot Turkey Sandwich, mashed potatoes, a vegetable and dessert.

The VFW is located at 8031 E. Court St. in Davison. The cost is $8 with dine in or take out available. The numbers to call for takeout or (if you want to pre-order) call 810-614-6825 or 810-412-5300. Social distancing and wearing a mask are required. Also, please don’t forget your VGs receipts. — G.G.

Davison Farmers Market Easter Craft Show

DAVISON TWP. — On April 3, from open to close, craft vendors will have on display their unique, one-of-kind, custom-made treasures for the holiday at the Davison Farmers Market, 8110 E. Court St. Also, the holidays are the best time at the Davison Farmers Market for acquiring the freshest, most appetizing, mouth-watering items for your family’s holiday dinner. The market has it all.

Davison Farmers Market is continuing to maintain CDC Guidelines by wearing masks and practicing social distancing. The market asks visitors to respectfully do the same. Hand washing stations remain setup throughout the market for your convenience.

Just a few things Davison Farmers Market is doing to ensure the safety of its dedicated vendors and loyal customers. Davison Farmers Market is located just off of I-69, at the corner of Irish Road and East Court in Davison. It is open year-round, from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays.

Details: Visit DavisonFarmersMarket.com or follow them on Facebook. — G.G.

GCRC preparing for spike in potholes

FLINT — Warmer temperatures are coming to Michigan, and with them, the arrival of pesky potholes. Potholes are formed when water in the pavement thaws, then freezes, which expands the pavement and makes it more susceptible to damage.

Genesee County Road Commission maintenance crews are out on the roads repairing potholes with the hot patch, a temporary fix to level out the road. Potholes are an unfortunate reality in the state of Michigan, and with frost coming out of the ground, they are popping up more and more each day.

GCRC crews are making every effort to prioritize the fixes to the more hazardous holes first.

Motorist safety is a top priority for GCRC, and they are always keeping that in mind as they deal with the challenges that come with springtime.

The GCRC spends an average of $1,500 per lane-mile per year filling potholes.

To report a pothole, call 810-767-4920 or fill out a form at www.gcrc.org/about/issue. — G.G.

Frost law weight restriction lifted

FLINT — Effective March 31 at 6 a.m., the Genesee County Road Commission lifted Seasonal Weight and Speed Restrictions on all county roads within Genesee County. These restrictions have been in force since 6 a.m. March 5.

For further information about weight and speed restrictions, please see: micountyroads.org/Doing-Business/Seasonal-Weight-Restriction or refer to the Truck Operator’s map at www.gcrc.org/maps or call 810-767-4920. — G.G.