| ||Aviation Advisory Commission||The Aviation Advisory Commission advises the City Council on user charges and other aviation costs affecting the use and development of Jack Barstow Municipal Airport, which is the City of Midland's general aviation airport. |
| ||Cable Access Advisory Commission||The Cable Access Advisory Commission advises the City Council regarding general policy matters related to the services provided to public access producers and viewers through MCTV. |
| ||Center City Authority Board|| |
| ||City Council Meetings||City Council meetings |
| ||City Offices Closed - Holiday|| |
| ||Dial-A-Ride Advisory Commission||The Dial-A-Ride Advisory Commission assists the City Council in addressing the full range of public transportation issues including fare policies and structures, services and programs to meet the needs of all disabled persons and persons 65 years of age or older and other relevant ordinances, rules and administrative requirements. |
| ||Downtown Development Authority Board|| |
| ||Elections||General elections |
| ||Grace A. Dow Memorial Library||Calendar of events for the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library |
| ||Housing Commission||The Housing Commission advises City staff and the City Manager regarding areas of the city where it is necessary to provide proper sanitary housing facilities for families of low income and for the elimination of housing conditions that are detrimental to the public peace, health, safety, morals or welfare. |
| ||Landfill||Find dates and hours of operation for the City's Landfill, located at 4311 E. Ashman Street |
| ||Library Board||The Library Board shall consist of seven members: five citizen-at-large members, one resident of a township that contracts with the City of Midland for library services, and one member who's an administrator/employee from the Midland Public Schools. |
| ||MBS International Airport Commission|| |
| ||Media Creator Workshops at MCTV Network||Join us in the exciting world of community media! Sign up for training on how to create your own talk show, film-style production, videos, audio podcasts and more!
In 3 hours, you will learn: How to be a Producer; Studio production; Operating a Professional Camcorders; Editing Videos on Final Cut Pro X; and all the ways MCTV can help you share your story! Orientation includes a review of the rules and regulations that all access users must follow.
Anyone 12 or older, who is a resident or representing a non-profit agency in the City or County of Midland, may take an MCTV Workshop! Training costs $45 ($20 training + $25 Access user fee good for 1 year). |
| ||Midland Fire Department|| |
| ||Parks and Recreation|| |
| ||Parks and Recreation Commission||The Parks and Recreation Commission advises the City Council on Parks and Recreation matters. |
| ||Planning Commission Meetings||Regular and special meetings of the Planning Commission. |
| ||Public Services||Calendar for the Public Services department which includes information on refuse/recycle/heavy item and holiday collection. |
| ||Teen Spot, Library Program Calendar||Teen Spot, Library Program Calendar |
| ||Water Department||Due Dates and other important Water Department dates. |
| ||West Main Street Historic District Commission||This commission is responsible for the development and administration of guidelines on which all work within the West Main Street Historic District will be reviewed and determined. |
| ||Youth Camps @ MCTV Network!||Looking for a new activity this summer? Then check out MCTV's Summer Video or Sports Broadcasting Camp!
Summer Video Camp
The MCTV Network offers video production camps for Midland area teens. Campers will learn all about MCTV’s video production equipment and use it to create a complete program called Studio B!
Campers learn how to operate MCTV’s professional HD Camcorders, edit video on an iMac using Final Cut Pro X, and work as a crew member in a real TV Studio! Upon completion of the camp, teens will have full access to the equipment and services that MCTV has to offer. Campers also have the opportunity to volunteer on MCTV productions like local sporting events, community concerts, public access talk shows, and many more!
Pre-registration is required as space is limited. Register by calling 837-3474 or come to MCTV’s Offices during business hours. The cost for the video camp is just $50 which covers daily snacks, a souvenir T-shirt, a pizza party, a DVD recording of the completed show, and the $25 MCTV User membership for the year. Video Camp is open to Midland residents, ages 12 – 17.
Summer Sports Broadcasting Camp
The MCTV Network is hosting a Sports Broadcasting Camp for Midland teens from 1:00 to 5:00 p.m. on July 18th through July 21st. The goal of this camp is to expose students to all aspects of a “LIVE” sports broadcast on community media. Instructors will train campers on the technical aspects of video production, live sports coverage, and being on-air talent. Campers will use a variety of production equipment used in the creation of televised sports. The campers will be invited to use the skills they have learned to assist MCTV Staff and Volunteers in creating a “LIVE” broadcast of the Great Lakes Loons vs. West Michigan Whitecaps on Friday, July 22nd at Dow Diamond.
The MCTV Network is partnering with Dow Diamond and ESPN 100.9-FM to provide tours and insight into the world of professional sports commentary, sports radio operations, and game-day video operations at ESPN 100.9-FM studio and Dow Diamond.
The cost of the Sports Broadcasting Camp is $50 which covers the cost of instruction, daily snacks, a souvenir t-shirt, and membership to the MCTV Network for one year. Membership allows campers to use all the equipment, facilities, and services available at Midland Community Television.
Pre-registration is required in person at MCTV‘s Offices in the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library during business hours. Payment is required at the time of registration via cash or checks payable to MCTV Network. Register early as spaces are limited.
| ||Zoning Board of Appeals||This board provides for an administrative review, interpretation or exception to the Zoning Ordinance and authorizes variances as defined in the Zoning Ordinance and laws of the State of Michigan. |