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Officer of the Year Awards

Nov. 21, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   The Plymouth Noon Rotary Club presented the annual Public Safety Awards during their regular luncheon meeting last Friday. The Plymouth Township Police Department selected Sgt. Todd Seipenko as Officer of the Year and the honor went to Ofc. Justin Bulmer of the City of

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Turkey Drive Sign

Nov. 15, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Gobble, gobble   Firefighters spend their careers saving others from danger and peril. Every day, they respond to fires and medical emergencies, tending to the welfare of others, as part of their job. The Plymouth firefighters have taken that responsibility even further, however, and are

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Accident  MileHaggerty PLY TWP

Nov. 3, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   OPINION   AN OPEN LETTER TO PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP SUPERVISOR, RICHARD REAUME   Dear Mr. Reaume: You are the laughing stock of the entire community, not that there is any humor in your actions, just serious horror within the ranks of neighboring firefighter professionals. They

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Rita White

Oct. 31, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   The choice of the Plymouth Voice for a positive and much-needed change in the treasurer’s office is Rita White.   On the eve of the most important election within Plymouth Township in decades, educated residents and voters will soon choose the path and the

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Public Safety Officers w FD

October 1, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Chris Hull, a resident and professional fire-fighter, recently expressed his concern that the Township will end up paying more for lesser trained personnel, slower response times with an inferior township fire service without professionals certified in advanced life support.   To the editor:   The

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US Dollars

September 6, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Mr. Edwards, who plans to oversee the operation, will require the Township to increase their reliance on the services of the HVA Ambulance Co.   TO THE EDITOR   I have made it my business to become thoroughly informed about the issues surrounding our

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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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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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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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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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