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Feb. 16, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   While Sandra Groth, a former Plymouth Township deputy clerk and township trustee candidate in 2012, declined to disclose exactly how many signatures the Recall 4 group has currently obtained on petitions, she doesn’t hesitate to repeat the comments she and others

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Powwow: Plymouth Township Treasurer Ron Edwards, back to camera, meets with USA Hockey officials prior to public hearing on Compuware Arena bond sale.   Jan. 26, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   “The substance of what’s covered in the resolution is that the authority needs local approval 
in order

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Dec. 31, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Organizers of the Plymouth Recall-4 campaign say they are having great success collecting signatures but will not decrease their efforts until they are sure that 100 percent of the required signatures to trigger a recall election this spring have been collected.

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Dec. 4, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE News Plymouth Michigan   Several residents in Plymouth Township have reported receiving anonymous ROBO calls with a recording that claims the grassroots citizens activist group attempting to recall four township officials wants only to spend millions of taxpayer dollars. The computer recording directs the caller

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Posing in Lansing – Richard Reaume, Plymouth Township Supervisor with State Rep Kurt Heise, R-Plymouth and Plymouth Township in 2012.   Nov. 15, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Township News   OPINION   The latest twist to an already bizarre string of events that has crippled the Plymouth Township Board is

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Oct. 10, 2014  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. News Plymouth Michigan   “I think today’s hearing will show
 that our citizens are tired of being treated poorly by these people and not having a voice.”     By: Don Howard Staff Writer The Wayne County Elections Committee on Monday approved recall petition language

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