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John Werth

May 17, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   An outdated and cumbersome federal law cost residents of Plymouth Township a great opportunity last week. John Werth, a Plymouth Township resident, and the current director of public safety In Northville Township, had submitted his nominating petitions and was ready to officially announce his

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April 26, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The campaign season has officially begun in Plymouth Township. Clear evidence of that is yet another mailer received by both city and township residents regarding the changes made to the emergency fire service and the “rightsizing” of the township fire department. This slick, enamel

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April 26, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   At least two people were denied admittance and one man was forcibly evicted from the Plymouth Lake Pointe Subdivision Homeowners Association meeting last Wednesday afternoon. According to accounts of the meeting, at which Plymouth Township Supervisor Richard Reaume was the scheduled speaker, association president

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John Werth

March 15, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   We are relieved to find ourselves in some good company. Somebody else simply doesn’t understand the conduct of the Plymouth Township administration. Last week, after watching the shenanigans in the township for months, Northville Director of Public Safety John Werth appeared at the meeting

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March 15, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Recent actions of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees were questioned by a resident with 27 years in the public safety field during the regular meeting last Tuesday. John Werth, a township resident and the current Northville Public Safety Director, asked to speak to

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March 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   At a special meeting of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees last Thursday, board members voted 6-1 to immediately lay off six firefighters, leaving a full-time staff of 14 to protect a community of 28,000 residents. Following an emotionally charged meeting, Fire Chief Mark

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February 16, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Plymouth Township residents have filed suit with the Michigan Court of Appeals in an effort to derail the 10-mill question members of the Township Board of Trustees placed on the Feb. 28 ballot. After more than 4,000 residents petitioned for a 1-mill Special Assessment

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February 16, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Not to keep harping on the same broken strings, but what in the world is going on in our local governments these days? We’re simply aghast at the overt disregard of many public officials for the welfare and concerns of the public. Sure, we

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February 16, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The pictures on the front page of our edition last week were shocking evidence of the destruction a head-on collision of two speeding cars leaves behind. The photos were graphic, with caved in roofs and so much damage to the front ends of the

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December 22, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Plymouth Township residents will have the opportunity in February to vote on the question of paying a special millage to fund the fire department, although the ballot language is far from that sought by the Citizens Action Group. The board vote to approve the

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