Apr. 14, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News This month through retirements Plymouth Township lost two consummate public servants that served our community selflessly side by side for decades. Both will be greatly missed. Police Chief Tom Tiderington has officially retired with over 20 years of service along with
Mar. 22, 2022 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News SEASONAL REMINDER ‘Be a good neighbor-be considerate and be safe’ Don Howard Staff Writer As outdoor recreational fires gain in popularity each year, fire officials stress that the activity comes with the responsibility for safety and consideration for your neighbors.
Jun. 24, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer The long awaited re-opening of the Hines Park bridge closed last year after a Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) inspection revealed serious safety issues may not be the news Plymouth Township Fire Department officials were hoping for.
Mar. 6, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Despite continued and contentious comments from some members of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees, the purchase of a new $937,739.30 fire engine ladder truck for the fire department was approved by a 5-2 vote at the
Feb. 21, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Just three months after Plymouth Township voters approved a public safety millage to fund the replacement of aging fire trucks and antiquated fire safety equipment, maintain facilities, and increase fire department staffing to adequate levels, board members
“Clinton told the board of trustees that this millage is the bare minimum amount necessary to keep the township “going in the right direction.” Nov. 1, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Plymouth Township voters will decide whether to fund the replacement of a nearly 30-year-old fire
Sep. 23, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News “This is a short term solution for a long-term problem.” WATCH VIDEO Don Howard Staff Writer Good news for the Plymouth Township Fire Department came last week in the form of a federal grant to provide funding for
After signing a fire-services agreement, Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise, (Left), and Northville Township Supervisor Bob Nix celebrate the grand re-opening of the Lake Pointe Fire Station. In the background Plymouth Township Fire Chief Dan Phillips. (Sept. 2017) Aug. 24, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don
Jun. 25, 2018 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Starting annual base wage is $44,332.26 and after five years the salary is increased to $73,887.06. Plymouth Township Fire Chief Dan Phillips recently announced official plans to increase fire department staffing levels by hiring of three additional full-time firefighters
Plymouth Township Fire Chief Dan Phillips UPDATED May 4, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Earlier this month citing safety concerns, officials from the Wayne County Road Commission and Wayne County Parks abruptly ordered three Hines Parkway bridges closed. Two of the