Jul. 17, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Former prosecutor and hospital executive-candidate Mike Duggan made history in Detroit’s mayoral primary in 2013 when he received 46 percent of the primary vote as a write-in candidate. Duggan’s name had been removed from the ballot by the courts after
Plymouth Township Clerk Nancy Conzelman Jun. 25, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News “The two erred, according to the court filings, by not filling in the township voting precinct number in which they reside…when filing their election paperwork with Township Clerk Nancy Conzelman.” A three-panel appeals court
Carl Berry, (red shirt) and Republican Party leaders whisper in Township hall one week before Shannon Price’s official appointment, March 2015. Photo: © Don Howard/Associated Newspapers Jun. 11, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer A circuit court judge has ruled that Plymouth
Kurt Heise May 26, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Questions regarding the true identity of the plaintiff in a legal complaint filed in Wayne County Circuit Court May 13 demanding the removal of two Plymouth Township candidates from the August ballot
Carl Berry May 20, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News The candidacy of Kurt Heise for Plymouth Township supervisor and Don Schnettler for township trustee have been challenged in a lawsuit filed in Wayne County Circuit Court May 13. The court filing names Carl Berry, a former
Retired Plymouth Township Police Chief Carl Berry Mar. 20, 2015 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News WATCH VIDEO OF REPUBLICAN PARTY MEETING OPINION The monumental question of who should be the next Plymouth Township Supervisor will come before the board of trustees in special meeting tomorrow morning
Fox-2 News- News Edge video report UPDATED Jan. 31, 2015 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Workers from the NAIAS Detroit Auto Show told Fox-2 News they are upset after the Plymouth Township security firm that hired them for their work has not paid them or shorted their paychecks.
May 21, 2013 PLYMOUTH VOICE. “It’s ugly and it’s out of character for the area” Residents and neighbors in Plymouth’s Rolling Oaks subdivision will finally have an opportunity to express their views and vent their frustration over the appearance of the township’s new charter school, Plymouth Scholars Charter