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Northville Twp BOT Meeting

August 23, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   [Plymouth Township has 13 firefighters in total for all shifts for their 28,000 residents, two major expressways and acres of industrial complexes.] Northville Township officials have approved and accepted a two-year $582,000 public safety grant. The federal grant, called SAFER, Staffing for Adequate Fire

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August 27, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   A special primary in the 11th Congressional District will be held Wednesday,  September 5 to fill the vacancy created by the resignation of U.S. Rep. Thad McCotter. Make the best decision you can about candidates at every level despite the misleading campaign literature and

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Westland Fire Chief Michael Reddy

August 23, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   ‘We Are One’ The Wayne and Westland communities had something to celebrate this week with the official opening of the newly consolidated Wayne-Westland Fire Administration Building. The ceremony made the move of the Westland Fire Administration into the head- quarters at the four-year-old station

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Eagle Front Page

August 16, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Editorial By:  Susan Willett, Publisher, Associated Newspapers of Michigan.   While I predicted the win of the incumbents in Plymouth Township (Yeah, I’m still ranting about those fools), I really wanted to be wrong. Geez, I love to be right. I love it. Nothing does

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PLAY VIDEO   August 9, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Lack of self-control is a weakness that can metastasize in some very ugly ways when coupled with the power of public office.   It seems that all Ron Edwards, the treasurer in Plymouth Township, needs to complete his work uniform is a

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Firefighter

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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City Hall Plymouth Front

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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City of Detroit attorneys review documents with Richard Sharland

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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