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Detroit Attorney John Nader

Detroit attorney John Nader (center) in Wayne County Circuit Court, June 2014.   Dec. 30, 2014  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Detroit filed suit against the township
and the Wayne County Treasurer on April 5, 2013 and amended their claims April 18.   By: Don Howard Staff Writer   The legal battle regarding

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Water Main Break

Oct. 29, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.     Early last Thursday morning, a major water main break crippled local Plymouth Township businesses along Five Mile Road, backed up traffic and left a bank manager and some merchants with questions and concerns. A main water line leading from the newest water tower

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Free Press Photo

September 26, 2012  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Detroit disputes what it calls illegal sale of old jail site to Plymouth Township By Eric D. Lawrence Detroit Free Press Staff Writer   Detroit officials are weighing what to do about a piece of land that a city Law Department report claims was illegally

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City of Detroit attorneys review documents with Richard Sharland

August 2, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Township resident and declared candidate for supervisor Richard Sharland attended his second meeting in two weeks with City of Detroit officials. The meetings came as a result of Sharland’s investigation of a property sale for back taxes by Wayne County. Plymouth Township purchased the

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Gary Roberts

July 12, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   “The supervisor, is, by law, the chief assessing officer for the township and is responsible for the assessing process…”   The City of Detroit has until March of next year to reclaim a 190-acre parcel of land valued at up to $16 million from

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Water Tower Upgrade

JULY UPDATE.  NEW PHOTOS-CLICK ON BULLETS AT TOP RIGHT IN PHOTO   CAN DEMATTIA COMPLETE THIS PROJECT FOR THE BUDGETED $491,000.00  AWARDED TO THEM BY PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP? April 5, 2012   PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Despite questions about the bidding procedure, the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees awarded a contract to

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