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Plymouth Township

Nov. 15, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     The former Plymouth Post Office still delivers, only now it is a wide range of produce, specialty foods and groceries. The former post office, originally built in 1935, is now Westborn Market after undergoing a $5 million renovation. The building

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Nov. 14, 2018  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     There is no decision as to the future of the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex (PARC) following voters’ defeat of a request for .75 mill ballot question last week. The funding, requested for 20 years, would have allowed for maintenance

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Nov. 9, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer One hundred years ago, on November 11 1918, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month – millions of men laid down their guns. This was Armistice Day, the end of World

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Nov. 8, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Join the Salvation Army Band and the Plymouth Downtown Development Authority on Friday, Nov. 9 at 6:30 p.m. in Kellogg Park as they kick off the Annual Red Kettle Campaign. The DDA will debut new holiday lights on the Main

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Nov. 7, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer Delayed results from Plymouth Township show voters handily approved a 1.2 mill Public Safety Millage on Wednesday 9,073 to 6,914, finally reported at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 7. Public safety has been the center of controversy

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Nov. 6, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     The Plymouth Family YMCA will host a Family Volunteer Day from 2-4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 17, at the downtown Plymouth location, 248 Union St., next to the Plymouth District Library. Volunteers will make cards and care packages for homeless people.

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Nov. 5, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     OPINION   As the mid-term election approaches tomorrow, a small, well-funded and vocal group of disgruntled and angry opponents has mounted a hate campaign aimed at their nemesis, Township Supervisor Kurt Heise, and everything he has worked for and supported since he prevailed in a

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Nov. 3, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Next Tuesday, residents across the state will have the unique opportunity to make choices about the future of their community, their schools, public safety and their representation in Washington, D.C. While every election is characterized as crucial and important, those

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“Clinton told the board of trustees that this millage is the bare minimum amount necessary to keep the township “going in the right direction.”     Nov. 1, 2018  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Plymouth Township voters will decide whether to fund the replacement of a nearly 30-year-old fire

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Oct. 31, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     GUEST EDITORIAL By: Mark Malcolm   There are two key reasons why Patty and I got involved.  First, we believe that demolition of this historic building and replacing it with a massive new sub-division would devastatingly alter and forever diminish

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