PHOTO INFORMATION: Rep. Cavitt (R-Cheboygan, right) awards former Sheriff Dale Clarmont (second to the right) and former Police Chief Kurt Jones (second to the left) with legislative tributes, along with state Sen. John Damoose (R-Harbor Springs, left), at the Cheboygan County Probate Court on 1/23/2023.
Earlier this week, Rep. Cam Cavitt (R-Cheboygan) awarded legislative tributes to two retiring police officers in Cheboygan, Michigan.
The first tribute was presented to Sheriff Dale Clarmont of the Cheboygan County Sheriff’s Office, who retired after 35 years in law enforcement. The second was presented to the City of Cheboygan’s Police Chief Kurt Jones, who retired after 42 years in law enforcement.
“Both of these men have sacrificed so much for our community,” Cavitt said. “They dedicated their lives to public service. Their bravery on daily basis is a testament to their dedication to our community, and our state. I wish them both a happy and well-deserved retirement.”
“This move by the feds is effectively spitting in the faces of all the sportsmen and wildlife experts that have been working diligently to preserve sturgeon populations and fishing seasons for decades,” Cavitt said. “Sturgeon fishing is a cultural staple in Northeast Michigan that the Black Lake community hosts an annual festival in conjunction with the season.”
“Please encourage anyone affected by the plant closing to contact my office. We can help guide them through the unemployment process and be a resource as they navigate this difficult time,” Cavitt said. “People are waking up to difficult news this morning. Please know that you do not have to go through this alone. There is a whole community behind you. We’re ready to help.”
State Rep. Cam Cavitt, R-Cheboygan, is hosting an art contest for local high school students. The winner will be invited to Lansing to be a legislator for a day. Students are tasked with creating an art piece that captures the essence of Northeast Michigan. All entries are due April 1. The competition is open to all […]
“People harvest deer year-round. Whether it’s farmers with nuisance licenses or a surplus of deer during hunting season, there are always extra deer that need to be processed,” said Cavitt, R-Cheboygan. “MSAH gets the deer to processors and ensures all resulting venison gets to the dinner tables of people who need it.”