August 2, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Township resident and declared candidate for supervisor Richard Sharland attended his second meeting in two weeks with City of Detroit officials. The meetings came as a result of Sharland’s investigation of a property sale for back taxes by Wayne County. Plymouth Township purchased the

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August 1, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE Behind the Flashing Lights By: Harold Merritt A telephone inquiry to Northville Township police last week led to the arrest of a volunteer firefighter suspected of impersonating a police officer.
 The caller told the police dispatcher that she wanted to verify the identification of an

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July 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. By:  Harold Merritt   Plymouth’s city manager, Paul Sincock, plans to tell all area nursing homes and senior residences in the City, they must call HVA Ambulance for any medical emergencies, starting immediately.  Plymouth has an inter-local agreement with Northville City since this January to provide

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July 17, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE Special to   PlymouthVoice.com   By: Don Howard.   Despite resistance by the township supervisor and plans to lock out the League of Women voters from holding a candidate forum at Plymouth Township hall, the show went on Monday night to a large crowd of

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July 12, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   “The supervisor, is, by law, the chief assessing officer for the township and is responsible for the assessing process…”   The City of Detroit has until March of next year to reclaim a 190-acre parcel of land valued at up to $16 million from

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JULY UPDATE.  NEW PHOTOS-CLICK ON BULLETS AT TOP RIGHT IN PHOTO   CAN DEMATTIA COMPLETE THIS PROJECT FOR THE BUDGETED $491,000.00  AWARDED TO THEM BY PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP? April 5, 2012   PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Despite questions about the bidding procedure, the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees awarded a contract to

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July Update –  EIGHT YEARS AFTER MOVING OUT, TOWNSHIP OFFICIALS STILL UNABLE TO DISPOSE OF THE ABANDONED PROPERTY, HAVE NOW DECIDED TO TEAR DOWN THREE OF THE FOUR VACANT BUILDINGS.                                                   January 26, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Seven years after Plymouth officials  paid $12 million to construct a combination township

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Editor:  $880,000. SAFER Grant for the Plymouth Township Fire Department was turned down by Supervisor Richard Reaume.   For Immediate Release VIA: PLYMOUTH EAGLE-ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS OF MICHIGAN July 3, 2012   WASHINGTON– U.S. Senators Debbie Stabenow and Carl Levin today announced hiring and retention support for the Auburn Hills, Farmington

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June 28, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Recent events in Plymouth Township have prompted officials to hire on-call volunteers to work at the two remaining fire stations on a full-time basis. We think that’s a good start. We think it is unfortunate that two incidents and a death took place before

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June 14, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   What you don’t know can hurt you. What people in Plymouth Township don’t know has already hurt some people in the Lake Pointe subdivision, the largest in the township. What people don’t know is that, despite the disingenuous claims of the township officials, they

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