Birgit McQuiston gives 110%

I am writing today to voice my support of Birgit McQuiston for re election to the Lake Orion Community Schools Board of Education. I have known Birgit for the last 6 years. My introduction to her was during the formation of Blessings in a Backpack Lake Orion. I knew moments after I met her that […]

Mermell is part of common thread to knit community together

I’m voting for Dana Mermell for Lake Orion School Board. When I first met Dana at the Orion Township Public Library I was a new mother, new to Lake Orion. I was immediately drawn to Dana’s vivacious personality. She graciously invited me to join a children’s playgroup with fellow new Lake Orion moms. It was […]

Dana Mermell for School Board

My name is Andrea Choate and my husband and I have been residents of Lake Orion for the past 9 years. We based a large part of our decision to move here on how great the Lake Orion Schools were portrayed. This was a bit before we even started our family, but we knew we […]

Resident feels enforcement of association rules not consistent

A very sad disgruntled neighborhood scuffle between the haves and the have-nots has put a dark cloud over the once beautiful Long Lake Woods Subdivision. Nestled in northern Lake Orion, where living is like a vacation…well, it’s quite the opposite case. One homeowner owns a shed, another has a boat, others park trailers and extra […]

Election 2016 — Letters to the Editor

We encourage letters to the editor this election season so that citizens may express their views on local, state and federal candidates and issues. Election day is November 8, 2016. The last day we will print any letters to the editor pertaining to the November 8 election is in the October 26 issue of The […]

We need to listen in order to learn and accept others

I personally know both Lisa Goyette (author of a Letter to the Editor in last week’s Lake Orion Review) and Greg Weddle (the subject of that letter). They are both fine people who come to their position on the recently adopted LGBT rights ordinance in the Village of Lake Orion through deeply held religious beliefs […]

Human Rights Ordinance passes in the Village Of Lake Orion

It is with the deepest level of gratitude and appreciation that we offer our sincerest thank you to the Lake Orion Village Council for voting in favor of the Human Rights Ordinance. Your votes send the very clear and powerful message that discrimination has no home in our community and will not be tolerated. Your […]

Setting the record straight on the ‘consequences’ of the Human Rights Ordinance and the LGBT community

As a retired reporter, columnist and newspaper editor, I was alarmed when The Lake Orion Review not only printed Gregory Weddle’s blatant untruths in his letter to the editor “Consider the consequences of Human Rights Ordinance” but then also directed readers to the hyperbolic letter in a page 3 tease on the village council considering […]

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