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AUTISM

Apr. 2, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   ‘All the proceeds from this Cabaret For A Cause dinner will help fund the Sprouts autism program at Thornton Creek Elementary School, The first $1,000 in donations will be matched by the Northville Educational Foundation’   Chocolates, dinner and an original musical cabaret are

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Nancy Conzelman

Apr. 2, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Opinion   By: Susan Willett, Publisher Associated Newspapers of Michigan   Election to public office does not excuse rudeness. Ever. Last week, we were appalled at the account of one of our staff members of the treatment he received from newly-elected Plymouth Township Clerk

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Plymouth Eagle

EDITORIAL By: Susan Willett, Publisher Associated Newspapers of Michigan   Well butter my bus and call me a biscuit, but I was as surprised as the members of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees recently. During the regular meeting of that esteemed body, one of their own members, Chuck Curmi,

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Fitness Class

Apr. 2, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Canton Leisure Services Health & Wellness Program has been selected as one of three finalists for the 2013 Extraordinary Organization Award by the Governor’s Council on Physical Fitness, Health and Sports. This special award honors organizations that provide opportunities for physical activity within their

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Water Faucet

Apr. 2, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Members of the Canton Township Board of Trustees followed the recommendations of department administrators and will not increase water rates for one year, despite a 9-percent increase imposed on the community by the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department. The one-year rate freeze will be

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Meissen Supt of Plymouth Canton Schools

Mar 31, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE   Members of the Plymouth Canton Education Association and the school district have agreed to a new three-year contract. The agreement, ratified by the union March 4, included no pay increase for the teachers for the first two years of the agreement. Teacher’s pay grade

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Plymouth Township Fire Chief Mark Wendel

Mar. 29, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Real Story For the second time in as many weeks, the Plymouth Township Fire Department was forced to call for mutual aid from other communities. Last Friday, a fire at the Lake Pointe Village Apartments, located about 350 feet from the closed Lake

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Ron Edwards

Mar. 26, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Following a heated discussion of several issues during the regular meeting of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees last week, audience members were surprised to see former Township Clerk Joe Bridgman at the podium during the audience comments portion of the meeting. Bridgman said

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Richard Reaume

Mar. 26, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. “The supervisor is the chief assessment officer of the township” (Pictured above, Richard Reaume, Plymouth Township Supervisor) A four-hour meeting of the township clerk, treasurer, supervisor and city attorney took place last Thursday, apparently prompted by questions asked during the regular meeting of the Plymouth

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Plymouth Township Police Vehicle

Mar. 26, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.     Several Plymouth Township police officers and paramedics were required to aid in the arrest of three teens who had apparently ingested LSD, marijuana and alcohol last week. Police responded to a call just after mid-night March 16 and found the juveniles at a

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