PORT SHELDON, Mich. — Thursday night, members of the Port Sheldon Fire Department participated, along with the Ottawa County Sheriff’s Department, in saying 'thanks' to Consumers Energy Employees coming off a 14 day shift at the J.H. Campbell Plant. They cheered on the workers coming off the shift, giving them police escorts on their way home.
These employees worked 12 hour shifts and then were sequestered the other 12 hours either in a hotel or on-site accommodations. This approach by Consumers is being done to minimize risk of COVID-19 exposure for generation continuity to keep our lights on
Both departments also would like to thank all of the Front Line Workers for keeping this great community and country safe.