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Township leaders urged to reconsider opting out on bus service

Oshtemo, Texas & Pavilion township leaders urged to reconsider opting out on bus service – Guest Column by Jack Urban, Kalamazoo City Commissioner and longtime ISAAC leader After the Kalamazoo County Commission approved the boundaries of the new Central County Transit Authority, three townships (Oshtemo, Texas and Pavilion) have opted out one or more precincts […]

Almost at our goal!

THANK YOU to everyone who has generously responded to our call to step up our work together to build a more just community. We have almost reached our goal of $15,000!

Bus Routes at Risk!

[su_list icon=”icon: check” icon_color=”#9602ca”] Three major bus routes are at risk because Oshtemo, Pavilion and Texas Townships recently voted to partially or totally “opt out” of the new urban transit district: 9th St. to KVCC (Texas Township) N Ave to the large mobile home park east of Sprinkle (Pavilion Township) West Main St. to the […]

New Executive Director – Charlae Davis, Ph.D.

We are delighted to welcome our new ISAAC Executive Director, Dr. Charlae Davis. Charlae was born and raised in Kalamazoo, the child of KPS educators Vern and Auga Davis. She grew up in Tabernacle Church of God in Christ, where ISAAC President Elder Doug King was her youth pastor, and where her family is still […]

Public Transportation Community Focus Group

Thursday, Nov 6, 2014 1:00 pm—2:30 pm @Metro Transit Office 530 N. Rose Street, Kalamazoo Your ideas needed! Share ideas and learn about Metro Transit & Metro County Connect. Light refreshments served. RSVP to Joan at [email protected] If you have questions please call (269) 337-8446. Sponsored by:

ISAAC Public Meeting 2014

ISAAC gets support for Youth PROMISE Act, Equal Opportunity K-12 Funding, Very Early Childhood Focus, and Sunday Buses All 450 people at the ISAAC Public Meeting on 10/9/14, rose to their feet in an instant when middle school student and Freedom School Scholar Jumica Golliday recited the poem he wrote and said, “Stand up and […]