For students who live in Chandler Crossings, the answer isn’t simple. If you live on one side of the street, you are an East Lansing resident. Live on the other side, and you reside in Clinton County. I found out that I am a Clinton County resident when a small fire broke out in my kitchen of my apartment at The Club at Chandler Crossings. I asked my neighbor to call the East Lansing Fire Department for me. But when she did, the operator told her to call 911 in Bath Twp.
By Courtney Culey
Bath-DeWitt Connection staff writer
The sky above Bath Township will light up during the Bath Days Festival thanks to the township board’s unanimous decision Monday, July 18, granting the event a fireworks permit. The Bath Days Festival is scheduled for Aug. 5 and 6. According to the festival’s website, www.bathdaysfestival.com, the events include: Bath tub races, a parade, a car show, carnival rides and games, craft booths, and fireworks. According to the website, the goal of the festival is to “bring the community together with family, fun and entertainment.”
Jennifer Wilson, the festival committee secretary, said, in a phone interview, the preparation takes a lot of work and the committee has been preparing since November.