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Lake Pointe Fire Station No. 2     Jan, 5, 2017  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer A campaign promise to restore and rebuild the fractured Plymouth Township Fire Department is about come to fruition. Township Supervisor Kurt Heise announced last week that he has

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Dec. 30, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Fond Farewell   John Werth stood in front of the Northville Township Board of Trustees one final time and took a short breath. He had just finished extolling the virtues of a police department that is celebrating its 50th anniversary,

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Dec. 1, 2016  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Northville Township Public Safety Director John Werth will retire next month after a 32-year career in public safety. Werth, 54, was hired by the Northville Township Police Department as a patrol officer in 1985 after his graduation from Jackson Community

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Sep. 17, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     A Northville Township Police sergeant has filed a lawsuit in Wayne County Circuit Court against her employer alleging sexual discrimination and retaliation. Samantha Bowlin, a 15-year veteran of the township department, filed the suit July 29 claiming that she applied

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Jun. 22, 2016  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Northville Township Fire Department has rented space and now assumed occupancy at the Lake Pointe Fire Station on Wilcox Road during major road construction work scheduled this year for I-275 and Six Mile Road. Plymouth Township Supervisor Shannon Price agreed to

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Jun. 2, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   “Since the departmental downsizing, officials have tried to address staffing shortages and public criticism.”     Don Howard Staff Writer   The 2012 decision of Plymouth Township officials to cut fire department staffing in half and close the Lake Pointe Fire

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May 31, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Former Northville Township Fire Chief Richard Marinucci has sued the municipality for $175,000 claiming wrongful termination, age discrimination, violation of the Michigan Open Meetings Act and denial of due process, among seven separate counts. Marinucci, 62, was named township fire

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Apr.. 14, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Former Northville Township Fire Chief Richard Marinucci is disputing the terms of his separation from his job. Marinucci, 62, who had been with the township since 2009, left his $116,000 position March 18. According to his attorney, Jill Schinske of Novi,

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Photo: © Don Howard/Associated Newspapers of Michigan Northville Township Fire Chief Richard Marinucci (left) with Northville Township Director of Public Safety John Werth, August 2012.     Mar. 30, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Northville Township Fire Chief Richard Marinucci tendered his resignation, effective last Friday, March 18.

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Mar. 9, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Canton Township Director of Public Safety Todd Mutchler will be leaving his position to join the staff in Northville Township. Northville Township Manager Chip Snider announced last Friday that Mutchler has agreed to become the Deputy Director of Police Services

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