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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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December 8, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Citizens Action Group of Plymouth was successful with a second lawsuit in Wayne County last week. Judge Wendy Baxter ruled that the Citizens Action Group had, in fact, submitted the necessary petition signatures to place a dedicated tax assessment to fund the fire

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December 1, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Plymouth Township officials were not ordered by the Circuit Court to place a dedicated millage to support fire department services on the February ballot. The Citizens Action Group of Plymouth Township had petitioned the court seeking the ballot question and an injunction to stop

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November 23, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   No matter what the outcome of the hearing in Wayne County Circuit Court may be, members of the Citizens Action Group in Plymouth Township deserved a resounding thank you from residents across the state. These people have taken the elected leaders in their municipality

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November 23, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Citizens Action Group of Plymouth Township has filed a suit in Wayne County Circuit Court against Plymouth Township. The suit, filed by Plymouth attorney Lisa Stempien, alleges the township officials have violated, “The rights of the Elecorate of Plymouth Township for failure to

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November 17, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   A large crowd of demonstrators marched outside Plymouth Township Hall Tuesday evening just prior to a scheduled meeting of the board of trustees, attempting to get the attention of the elected officials. It may have worked. The marchers carried signs with the message, “We

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September 22, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   How long will it take a part-time firefighter who lives 15 miles out- side Plymouth Township to respond to an alarm within the township boundaries? That’s one question residents and some full-time firefighters in the 21-man department are asking after a vote of the

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Ply Twp Board of Trustees

September 22, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Once again, the actions of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees has us somewhat puzzled. We fully understand the financial constraints that plague nearly every municipality in the area-budget cuts an subsequent service cuts are becoming more the norm than anyone would like to

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September 1, 2011  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Members of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees rejected the petitions of a citizens’ group seeking a ballot question last wee amidst much contention and controversy. We’ve heard several versions of the story, and been provided reams of background, although none of it from

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