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SEE AUGUST 1st POST – “FAKE COP OR GOOD SAMARITAN-COURTS WILL DECIDE”   August 9, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Recently, an on-call Northville firefighter was cited by police for the unauthorized use of emergency lights on his personal vehicle and impersonation of a police officer The man actually performed a

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August 14, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth is testing two different types of Street Lights and would like to obtain feedback from residents.  The City is reviewing proposals to change DTE-type street lights over to LED-type lights in an effort to examine possible cost savings. DTE Energy has retro-fitted two street

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August 16, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Results of the Plymouth Township primary election last week are being challenged by incumbent clerk Joe Bridgman, who apparently lost his seat to first-time challenger Nancy Conzelman by only eight votes. A petition seeking a recount of the election results was served last Friday

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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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Richard Reaume Kurt Heise

July 26, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   “Heise’s law partner and his law firm are racking up thousands of dollars in legal fees each month to fight his own constituents.” LETTERS To the editor; I always held the thought that state representatives represented the people, tried to improve the communities they

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July 26, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   “…we have the opportunity to make a positive change in our township board of trustees.” Marvin Stempien.   LETTERS To the editor; I have been a resident of the Plymouth community and Colony Farms subdivision for the past 27 years. It was my privilege

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July 25, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. It took a firestorm of public opinion and enough bad publicity to crack even the hardened shell of arrogance of Plymouth Township officials, but the League of Women Voters were allowed to host a candidates forum in township hall last week. The township hall was

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July 19, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Leaders in Northville, Canton, Westland, Inkster, Belleville and Romulus got it right. Those in Wayne and Plymouth Township, not so much. The League of Women voters, despite the opinion of some local politicians, is nothing like a group of Neo-Nazis. We thought we would make

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Richard Sharland

July 12, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Plymouth Township actually paid $606,000 for a 323-acre parcel of land assessed for taxes in 2012 at $16 million. Shouldn’t the question of a clear title to the property have turned up in a records search?   Neighbors like Richard Sharland aren’t as commonplace

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UPDATE: LEAGUE FORUM TO GO ON MONDAY AT 7:00 PM-REAUME INSISTS ON WITHDRAWAL, SCHEDULES BOARD MEETING TO ADOPT A NEW POLICY… CANCELS AT LAST MINUTE…VOTERS ARE ANGRY.   July 12, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. A special meeting of the board of trustees at Plymouth Township Hall was reportedly going to be

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