From left: Steve and Theresa Pankiewicz; Rep. Jaime Greene; Stan Pankiewicz III; Phil Kraft, legislative director for Rep. Jay DeBoyer; and Emily Crimmins, MAEAP technician with the Blue Water Conservation District.
State Rep. Jaime Greene on Friday presented a state tribute to Pankiewicz Cider Mill & Farm Market in Casco Township. The tribute recognizes the farm’s status as the top cider mill in WDIV’s “Vote 4 the Best” competition this year. “Steve and Theresa Pankiewicz have grown their family business into a popular destination that plays a special role in the lives of families throughout the Blue Water area,” Greene said. “Their cider mill serves as a cherished gathering place where many fond memories are created and yummy doughnuts are devoured. They’re well-deserving of this recognition.”
In addition to the state tribute, the Pankiewicz Cider Mill received its verification from the Michigan Agricultural Environmental Assurance Program, a voluntary program designed to reduce environmental risks.
State Rep. Jaime Greene, R-Richmond, today issued the following statement after the Democrat chair of the House Education Committee called for new policies to require homeschool students to register with the government: “Requiring homeschool students to register with the state is an egregious violation of parental rights, an invasion of privacy, and an unwarranted government […]
Rep. Jaime Greene opposed Senate Bills 613-616 in a 2:30 a.m. vote last week. Michigan voters approved Proposal 1 in 2022 — a constitutional amendment to require legislators, the governor, and other state officials to report their personal finances — and Greene said the bills should require more detailed disclosure and tougher penalties.
State Rep. Jaime Greene, R-Richmond, on Friday issued the following statement after the Michigan Public Service Commission authorized DTE Energy to raise rates on customers by $368 million — a 6.4% increase. “This rate increase is a prelude to an even more ominous story. Behind this immediate financial blow lies a larger narrative of utility […]
State Rep. Jaime Greene today voted against legislation that fails to offer the transparency Michigan voters demanded through Proposal 1 of 2022. Michigan residents overwhelmingly supported Proposal 1, understanding the importance of revealing income sources and future job contracts to combat conflicts of interest in the state government. Greene, R-Richmond, gave a speech before the […]