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Michael Mitchell

Aug. 27, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer   The long-awaited federal corruption case against Mike Mitchell, 49, former director of parks and grants in Plymouth Township, will finally be heard this week according to people familiar with the case. Mitchell is now scheduled

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Jul. 28, 2018 Plymouth Michigan News     UPDATED   Don Howard Staff Writer The former Director of Parks and Grants for Plymouth Township, Michael Mitchell, 49, is expected by federal prosecutors to enter a guilty plea next week on one count of theft from a local government receiving federal

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Jan. 4, 2018  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise has confirmed that federal prosecutors are expected to reveal criminal charges involving the theft of municipal property. Heise, speaking last Wednesday during an exclusive interview with The Eagle, said that the

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The lawsuit claims that Schuette (above left) and 20
 of his staff members, including Price, used private emails to conduct government business during a six-year period.     Apr. 25, 2017  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Former Plymouth Township Supervisor Shannon Price is among the 20 state employees

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Schoestak property Salem Township

Dec. 12, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News       Don Howard Staff Writer   Use of Plymouth Township water and sewer lines is crucial to a proposed 588 unit development planned in the northeast edge of Washtenaw County. Salem Springs, a development of Schostak Brothers, will include townhouses,

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Smart Meter

May 15, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   There’s a big controversy about smart meters.     With written notice, DTE Energy is now notifying Plymouth Township residents they are installing advanced metering in the area under their Smart Currents program. However, they make no mention that customers have the ability to

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