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Meridian Charter Township, Michigan, United States

Updated: June 26, 2022 11:09 AM
In consultation with Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE), Meridian Township and the East Lansing-Meridian Water and Sewer Authority (ELMWSA) have lifted the boil water advisory effective Saturday, June 25 at 5:30 pm. Meridian Township residents can resume the use of tap water for... See More all purposes.

Source: twitter.com
Published: 2022-06-25
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Meridian Township officials are issuing a boil water advisory for 48 hours beginning at 10:00 am Thursday, June 23 through at least 10:00 am Saturday, June 25 for all ELMWSA customers in the north pressure zone.This morning, an East Lansing Meridian Water and Sewer Authority (ELMWSA) water... See More supply main break was discovered at the northwest corner of Haslett Road and Park Lake Drive.

Source: twitter.com
Published: 2022-06-23
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Over 1,700 Consumers Energy customers in the East Lansing, Meridian Township and Holt areas are without power.

Around 138 individual outages have been detected, affecting 6,020 people.

Outage link: consumersenergy.com

Source: wlns.com
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1. Special education students are in person attendance. On Friday a student arrived with a fever, they couldn't reach an adult to pickup for over 2 hours. The student was never isolated and stayed in the classroom with other students as well as other parts of the... See More school. 2. Students do no wear masks. We are at risk daily as they sneeze, cough, put hands in mouth and nose and spread this everywhere. 3. Students with escaladed behaviors have scratched and broken teachers skin, through 2 pairs of gloves as well as ripped them off on 2 occasions. 4. We also have contractors in the building who are not wearing masks.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-10-26
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More than 8,000 people are without power in northeast Ingham County, southwest Clinton County and Shiawassee County, according to Consumers Energy. The most concentrated area with power outages is between Haslett and Bath, where more than 2,300 people are without power.

Outage link: consumersenergy.com x=-9441866.292445477&y=5362677.903787904

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1. Employees who have been in close contact with a confirmed Covid positive individual are not directed to quarantine, told they were third party exposed. 2. Employees and children allowed in rooms before disinfected. 3. Employees told if they do not have ALL symptoms they need to... See More continue working. 4. Staff were supposed to stay in "zones" (ex. Infant and toddler teachers should not enter preschool rooms) to prevent exposure, but zones were only followed when officials were in the building and staff were regularly instructed to cross zones to help with ratio.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-03-29
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Special education students are not wearing masks or shields. Administration is aware of this and is not correcting the issue.


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1. The employees' restroom is rarely attended to, there was hair and stained spots on the toilet. The customer's restroom is a "Pull" door to exit, there's no paper towel (instead there's a hand dry/blower), leaving customers and employees to touch the handle before leaving. 2. There's... See More a sign on the window that says "Inside dining is for pick up orders/doordash", but there's still walk-ins from regular customers. 3. Lastly, there's a daily sign-in sheet (signature required) agreeing that you have not been exposed to Covid or anyone who may have been, no one signs the sheet.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2021-02-02
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1. No physical guides, such as tape on the floor or sidewalk, for patrons to maintain social distancing. 2. Tables are on six feet apart. 3. Patron are not required to wear a mask in the restaurant unless they are seated. 4. There are no signs informing... See More patrons that they are required to wear a mask, not to enter if they have symptoms or have been around a person with Covid-19 and maintain six-foot distancing. 5. Employees not required to wear gloves at the "To-Go" stations when making salads or soups. 6. When employees do "To-Gos" there is no sneeze guard at the cash register to protect the cashier. 7. There is no attempt to limit the number of employees in any given area. Employees and management hang out with no social distancing or masks. 8. No training for employees to maintain social distancing. 9. Tables not properly sanitized after patron was overheard stating they had been around a covid-19 positive friend. 10. Employee not quarantined after exposure to patron mentioned in item #9.


Source: Osha.gov | Receipt Date: 2020-06-29
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