Ralph Hauenstein 1970 to 2004 Reynolds Township Supervisor shares his story of moving to the area and all that happened in Montcalm County

Lets start with some information on Reynolds Township.
Reynolds Township is one of twenty townships in Montcalm County, one of four adjoining townships in the Montcalm Panhandle, and geographically is comprised of 36 sections, six miles by six miles  (36 square miles.) The Village of Howard City, 2.4 square miles, is located in the southeast section of the Township. Situated between Grand Rapids to the South and Big Rapids to the North, dual access to US-131 Expressway, M-46 and M-82 highways add to the attraction of Reynolds Township. Reynolds Township has experienced unprecedented growth in the past 40 years. There are approximately 5,310 residents with 1,808 living within the village.  SOURCE – https://www.reynoldstwp.com/ 

Ralph Hauenstein 1970 to 2004 Reynolds Township Supervisor - episode 13

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Welcome to the Discover Montcalm Podcast where we are going to take a look at the communities, the businesses, the attractions and the people that make up Montcalm County. If it happens in Montcalm County, we are here to tell and share the story. Contact Duane at 231-250-9624.

About Montcalm County

Montcalm County is the 28th most populated county in Michigan State, with 67,197 residents per 2020 census. Found in Western parts of Michigan, Montcalm was named after General Marquis Louis-Joseph de Montcalm, the famous French troop’s military commander during the war between India and the French. It is part of the Grand Rapids-Wyoming, MI Metropolitan Statistical Area, officially launched in 1831 and organized in 1850. The county’s county seat is in Stanton, the biggest city in Greenville.
Montcalm is a well-run county with a strong agricultural and manufacturing culture and many historic communities and recreational hubs. Furthermore, the county has over 200 inland lakes and a quaint and great supply of natural resources. People flock to the county every year, some settling here permanently or temporarily, thanks to its great choice of boating, fishing, and swimming activities. Montcalm is home to globally-recognized parks, over ten golf courses, and the Fred Meijer Heartland Trail, the 42-mile year-round paved trail for non-motorized use. 
Ron Baker
District 7 Commissioner
Montcalm County
Board of Commissioners
Title: District 7 Commissioner
Phone: 231-937-5465
rbaker@montcalm.us

 

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