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Abandoned Police Station Demolition

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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Volunteer Firefighter Vehicle

June 28, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Plymouth Township officials have allowed Fire Chief Mark Wendel to hire four on-call volunteers to work full time shifts at the two remaining open fire stations in the township. Following a recent fire and roof rescue operation in Lake Pointe plagued by equipment failures

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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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EDITOR:  Originally ran as as Guest Commentary by Greg Mangan in February 2012. Mangan was the official Plymouth Township Fire Department spokesperson and was subsequently laid-off by Township Supervisor, Richard Reaume shortly after this article was published. February 23, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. BOARD DECISION COULD THREATEN RESIDENTS’ SAFETY.   Plymouth

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City Hall Plymouth Front

June 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Huron Valley Ambulance will offer Camp 9-1-1 again this year for 8-12 year olds interested in emergency services. Camp 9-1-1 campers will tour an ambulance, learn CPR, interact with their local fire and police departments and visit a hospital emergency department. HVA Paramedics and

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June 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Plymouth Police Sgt. Chris Voorhies and Ofc. Tom Koval were honored by Huron Valley Ambulance with the 2012 Life Saving Award at the annual Emergency Medical Services Recognition Awards Dinner last month. Voorhies and Koval were honored for their life-savings actions during an early-morning

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Lake Pte Sign Farmbrook St

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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Plymouth Charter School  Aug

June 14, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. RESIDENTS ARE SHOCKED AT SIZE, PROJECT CONTINUES- new photos. Residents of the Rolling Hills subdivision have already learned a lesson from their new neighbor, Plymouth Scholars Charter Academy: Pay attention to zoning hearings. As bulldozers, cement trucks and heavy machinery of all kinds continues to

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LETTER TO THE EDITOR   April 19, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Recently there was a wonderful editorial in one of the national papers titled “What Would Atticus Do?” by William McGurn. It brought back memories of the great Gregory Peck film “To Kill a Mocking Bird”, and the prize winning novel

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WorkerRescue

June 7, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Plymouth Community Fire Department responded to an emergency medical call on Thornridge Drive in the Lake Pointe subdivision early Monday morning when a 50-year-old roofing contractor was seriously injured. The unnamed male worker, employed by Richard’s Roofing of Troy, required emergency care and rescue

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