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Dec. 20, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   ‘Township officials then increased the amount requested to 10 mills with the authority to levy the amount annually’   Three Michigan court of Appeals judges have ruled in favor of Plymouth Township, determining that the township had the authority to set the millage rate

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Ice Festival

Dec. 13, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   2013 PLYMOUTH ICE FESTIVAL TAKES PLACE ON JANUARY 18, 19 & 20   “Where else but Plymouth can the city and the businesses roll out the red carpet for 100,000 visitors to downtown in the middle of January?” For the last two years, the

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Beck Road Five Mile Northville

Dec. 13, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Officials and commissioners listened to concerns from both sides and knew a compromise had to be reached   Despite the concerns of many residents, the fastest growing church in inner-city Detroit is coming to Northville Township. Triumph Church, which claims a 15,000 member congregation

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NorthRidge Church

Dec. 13, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.     The Christmas program at NorthRidge Church in Plymouth featured some extra drama last Thursday night when the Plymouth Township Fire Department rescue squad was summoned after three people needed medical help during the performance. Approximately 3,000 people were in attendance at the sold-

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Triumph Church

Dec. 6, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The fastest growing church in the United States is coming to Northville Township. Detroit-based Triumph Church, a 15,000 member congregation with more than five ancillary locations, has reached an agreement with the township to use a 20-acre site on Beck Road. The agreement will

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Benson McLaughlin M Benson

Nov. 29, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   CLICK ON GALLERY PHOTOS ABOVE   It may have been Black Friday, but the Salvation Army bell ringers were hoping that shoppers only saw the red of their kettles last week. Volunteer bell ringers were in good holiday spirit as shoppers scurried about, braving

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Plymouth City Hall

CITY OF PLYMOUTH INFORMATION   It’s Christmas season! Here are a few safety tips to help ensure you have a safe and enjoyable time while shopping for friends and relatives. Try and park in a secured lot. If that is not possible, park near the front of the store, in

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Police Chief Al Cox

Nov. 29, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.     As rumor and conjecture continue to swirl about a plan to adopt a Public Safety Officer (PSO) plan in the City of Plymouth, Police Chief Al Cox has doubts about the veracity of those reports. The plan, currently under consideration in Plymouth Township,

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Salvation Army

Nov. 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   They started a little earlier this year. That’s because they have such a big job ahead of them and the calendar shaved a few days off their time to do it. The Red Kettle program of the Salvation Army has already started, and there

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Plymouht MI Rotary Logo e

Nov. 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Opinion   Noticeably absent from the ceremony this year was the Plymouth Township Fire Department.   Last Friday, the Plymouth Noon Rotary Club presented the Officer of the Year awards to firefighters and police officers in the city and township of Plymouth, a tribute

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