Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Nov. 16

Last week, we asked our followers “Now that the Village of Lake Orion’s marijuana ordinance for dispensaries has passed, how do you feel?” We had 42 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 32 people selecting The people have spoken; five people said Not in my community!; four people indicated that We could use […]

OCCC Chair: Community is fortunate to have ONTV

While in the process of writing a report based on a Zoom meeting on Community Media Partnerships I viewed last week, it occurred to me that our community Media Center (ONTV) at least matched what BRIC TV (Brooklyn, NY) and SPNN TV (St. Paul, Minn.) did for their communities during the crises. In many ways, […]

Help the Sons of The American Legion Help 12 Families this holiday season

The Lake Orion Sons of the American Legion Squadron 233 is looking for community assistance in two ways as it gears up for its largest charity activity of the year, the “12 Families of Christmas” program. The program annually assists at least a dozen needy Lake Orion area families with holiday meals and gifts for their children. First, due […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Nov. 9

Last week, we asked our followers “Lake Orion Community Schools is expected to bring students across all grade levels back to in-person learning on Nov. 9. Do you think:” We had 53 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 26 people stating that It’s too soon; 18 people said that it is Great timing!; […]

Caught in the pandemic storm!

Life matters! You matter! We all matter! It’s time to live like the virus matters! Time to become more aware of the virus causing our pandemic and stop giving it a host! There are times in life when so much happens at once the world feels crazy and mixed up. Yet, even during the craziness […]

Facebook and Twitter Poll results — poll ending Nov. 2

Last week, we asked our followers “What do you think about the new DIA mural going up in downtown Lake Orion on the side of 120 S. Broadway (the four story building)? Why?” We had 73 people respond to the poll on Facebook, with 61 people stating that they Love it!; seven people said that […]

White House, Congress should focus on the virus, not judges

That’s what they should be doing. What a bunch of fools. People need help around the country that are suffering and dying. They’re more worried about making sure they get another conservative judge on the court. That aid package should come first, not a supreme court judge, don’t you think? They are all selfish and […]

Help the Sons of The American Legion Help 12 Families this holiday season

The Lake Orion Sons of the American Legion Squadron 233 is looking for community assistance in two ways as it gears up for its largest charity activity of the year, the “12 Families of Christmas” program. The program annually assists at least a dozen needy Lake Orion area families with holiday meals and gifts for their children. First, due […]

‘Don’t destroy the charm of what makes Lake Orion Lake Orion’ in deciding future land use

Note: This comment was originally posted on lakeorionreview.com. Re: Village of Lake Orion 2020 Master Plan Amendment survey Do not build another four story building downtown. The current new one is, thankfully, somewhat off Flint St. and doesn’t detract from the “antiquity” and “Main Street” ambience of the buildings emanating from the intersection of Flint […]