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We Are Hiring! Job Posting: Water and Wastewater Superintendent
The City of Jonesville is currently accepting applications for a Water and Wastewater Superintendent.   The incumbent has held the position for nearly 20 years and will be retiring before the end of the year.  This position oversees and administers the full scope of drinking water production and water tower operation, wastewater collection and treatment, and laboratory processes.  The Superintendent works under the general direction of City Manager. This is a department head position responsible for managing the facility operations and maintenance, as well as oversight of day-to-day activities. The position supervises a Deputy Superintendent and Plant Operator/Lab Technician.   The position also coordinates closely with the Department of Public Works Superintendent, who manages the water distribution system. 
How to Apply
Applications will be received through the close of business on Friday, October 9, 2020. Interested applicants must submit a cover letter, completed application form, and resume to:
Jeff Gray, City Manager City of Jonesville
265 E. Chicago Street
Jonesville, MI 49250
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Facade Improvement Program

The purpose of the program is to encourage and stimulate improvements to the exterior of commercial buildings within the district.  This includes the front, rear and sides of buildings where the public would regularly access the business.  The Jonesville DDA finds that the creation and maintenance of a visually pleasing and inviting business sector is a public purpose which can be achieved in part through improvements to commercial building facades in the district.  The improvement and maintenance of business facades will enhance our image as a consumer-friendly and economically prosperous community in which to shop, dine and do business.  The intent of the facade improvement program is to strengthen the economic viability of the Downtown Development Authority district by providing financial incentives for improving the exterior appearances of its commercial buildings.  The program provides an opportunity to preserve the architectural heritage of the downtown and enhance the other commercial sectors of our community. 

Jonesville City Hall Open to the Public
The Jonesville City Hall lobby is open to the public for services like bill payments and permits.  For the safety of city staff and residents, a partition has been installed at the front counter and barriers are in place.  
Due to limited space for social distancing, customers are asked to wait outside when others are at the front counter.  Please follow signs and floor markings to exit.  Face coverings are required inside of City buildings and disposable masks are available for those needing them.   All are asked to not enter City Hall when sick or displaying symptoms.  Meetings with City staff are by appointment only; health screenings and a temperature check are required, prior to meeting. 
The City strongly encourages residents to continue to utilize online services, phone, email, and the Evans Street drop box, and to conduct business in person only when necessary.  Online services are available on the City’s website, at www.jonesville.org.  Please contact City Hall with any questions at (517) 849-2104, or visit the website for a staff email directory.
The City is continually monitoring the situation and may make further adjustments as conditions warrant.  We extend our thanks and appreciation for the patience of all that we serve.
Residents will find important resources regarding COVID-19 at www.michigan.gov/coronavirus or www.CDC.gov/coronavirus.
 
Weekly Yard Waste Collection
Weekly collection will begin May 11th and will continue through October 29th. Loose materials will not be picked up during the weekly collection.
City staff are implementing procedures to provide this service with appropriate social distancing and safety equipment.  For the health and safety of all residents and City staff during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, please do not approach City staff when they are collecting yard waste at your home or property. If you have questions, comments, or concerns about collection, please call City Hall at (517) 849-2104.
City Services - COVID-19 (Coronavirus) 
City offices  are now open to public. You may choose to continue to use this website, email and telephone to do business with the City. Utility payments can be made on the website or by dropping checks in the secure drop box on the Evans Street side of City Hall. The City now has all staff on site to deliver essential services and can be reached by phone during regular business hours at (517) 849-2104. 
Please contact 911 with any emergencies, including after-hours water or sewer emergencies.
You will find important resources regarding COVID-19 at www.michigan.gov/coronavirus or www.CDC.gov/coronavirus.
We extend our thanks and appreciation for the patience of all that we serve.

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