Address: 211 W. Main St., PO Box 368 Stanton, MI 48888 Phone: 989-831-7339
Montcalm County Treasurer > JoAnne Vukin
Address: 211 W. Main Street, P.O. Box 368 Stanton, MI 48888 Phone: 989-831-7334
Montcalm County Road Commission > Superintendent/ Manager Mark Christensen
Address: 619 W. Main St. Stanton, MI 48888 Phone 989-831-5285
Montcalm County Drain Commission > Todd Sattler
Address 211 W. Main Street, PO Box 368 Stanton, MI 48888 Phone 989- 831-7322
Montcalm County Building Department > Mike Kalka
Address 211 W. Main Street, PO Box 368 Stanton, MI 48888 Phone 989- 831-7394
Pine Township Business Listings
If you would like to have your Pine Township business listed here please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org
Please include your business name, a photo of the business, the business address, phone number, any web address and a brief description of your business. Any questions contact Randy Robson - Web manager
Superior Boat & Motor
7961 W. Stanton Rd. Stanton MI 48888 >>> Phone 989.831.5727
Langston General Store
1249 N. Greenville Rd. Stanton, MI 48888 >>> Phone 989.831.4822
Langston General Store is a convenience store and gas station.
Langston Pizza & Deli
1249 N. Greenville Rd. Stanton, MI 48888 >>> Phone 989.831.8200
Langston Pizza & Deli is a pizza restaurant & deli serving pizza, subs, and other foods made to order.
About Pine Township
Pine Township Board Meetings
The Pine Township Board meets at 7pm in the township hall on the second Monday of each month. Any special meetings or changes will be posted as needed at the hall and on this website.
Pine Township's Cemeteries
The Pine Township manages two cemeteries.
The Riverside/Langston Cemetery is located to the east of the Pine Township Hall in Langston
The West Pine Cemetery is located on Gravel Ridge Road/County Road 595, Lakeview
Pine Township Statistics
Population 1870, Area 35 square miles, Population Density 52.0 person per square mile
The township was organized on October 16th 1861. A brief early history of the township was found in a news paper article from May 12th 1955 contributed by Gerry Christiansen. The article explains as Greenville Michigan was starting to grow in the mid 1840s logging pushed development north. As cabins, roads, a saw mill and a dam on the Flat River moved north the village of Langston began to take shape. Langston was named for Daniel Lang, who operated the saw-mill for Edwin Breese. He subsequently built a small hotel, onto which he built many additions as his business grew. It finally became the largest hotel between Greenville and Big Rapids. Langston became a busy lumber center with thriving stores and the hotel. The Briggs House was also built by Benjamin Briggs, who came to the township in 1866. His hotel later became known as the Clifford House and then the Murphy House a private residence. The township was organized October 16th , 1861 and so named because of its leading variety of timber. In the 1864 census there were 38 inhabitants.
Historic Langston Photos
Logging in Langston from sometime in the 1800s, photo from news story from local newspaper in 1967
Langston Trail 1860
Map of Pine Township
Pine Township is located North of Greenville Mi and west of Stanton MI