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From time to time Plymouth Voice will be publishing articles about people and events inside Plymouth and Plymouth Township that are not necessarily current news or warrant press attention, but are curious, funny or just ridiculous. This is the first in a series.   August 30, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.  

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Plymouth Police Car

August 29, 2012   PLYMOUTH VOICE.   The Real Challenges of Consolidating Police and Fire. By James McLaughlin. With the financial strains currently facing many city managers and mayors throughout the country, consolidation of services is a hot topic in town halls everywhere. Because fire and police departments are often two

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August 28, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.     McKINLEY STREET –  At Sutherland Street McKinley Street is totally closed at Sutherland Street in the southwest section of the City and is scheduled to be closed through September 11th.   ADAMS STREET – North of the Tennis Court to Farmer: Road reconstruction

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Nancy ConzelmanSteve OConnor

August 11, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   Joe Bridgman, Plymouth Township Clerk, has served his opponent Nancy Conzelman with legal notice of a recount on the basis of “fraud or a mistake” as recently reported by news sources. It was reported Conzelman said she was “surprised” that Bridgman has called the

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Bob Doroshewitz

To the editor:   Both Bob Dorshevitcz and Mike Kelly stated in the 7-16-12 Candidates Forum that they were “opposed to closing the Wilcox Fire Station.” Yet, while they were Trustees this past March, they both voted to close that same station……LIES, LIES…LIES. Throughout the past year and a half,

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Joe Bridgman

August 8, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE OPINION   Are Tuesday’s primary election results a vote of confidence for a job well done or proof that money and misinformation can buy results? We think the latter. Are we as safe as we were four years ago? Is our Township as financially sound

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Jennifer Mann adjusted

August 2, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE OPINION   From tax abatements for businesses to strong-arming individuals for donations, to obligating news sources: suggestions, threats and ugly conflicts of interest have been the order of business for Plymouth Township officials for way too long. When trustee candidate Jennifer Mann picked up on

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Dodge Magnum

August 1, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE Behind the Flashing Lights By: Harold Merritt A telephone inquiry to Northville Township police last week led to the arrest of a volunteer firefighter suspected of impersonating a police officer.
 The caller told the police dispatcher that she wanted to verify the identification of an

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Medilodge of Plymouth

July 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. By:  Harold Merritt   Plymouth’s city manager, Paul Sincock, plans to tell all area nursing homes and senior residences in the City, they must call HVA Ambulance for any medical emergencies, starting immediately.  Plymouth has an inter-local agreement with Northville City since this January to provide

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Newsletter  enhanced

July 19, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Special to  PlymouthVoice.com   Letter by:  TOM KELLY.   Mr. Kelly is a long time Plymouth Township resident and a professional firefighter-paramedic in a neighboring community.   Recent Plymouth Township election campaign mailing propaganda have suggested that the current Board of Trustees have, “right-sized” the Plymouth

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