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May 12, 2020  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Op-Ed  by Eric Esshaki I took Governor Whitmer to federal court last month. This set the stage for a legal battle between our most basic rights and the Governor’s right to set emergency rules during a crisis. I won, and so

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Apr. 26, 2020  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Don Howard Staff Writer Eric Esshaki, a Birmingham Republican running in Michigan’s 11th Congressional District, with a strong desire to challenge U.S. Rep. Haley Stevens, D-Rochester Hills, sued Gov. Gretchen Whitmer, Secretary of State Jocelyn Benson and Elections Director Jonathan Brater,

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Feb. 1, 2020  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Plymouth Township Clerk Jerry Vorva is already making preparations for what clerk’s anticipate will be huge voter turnouts for the 2020 elections. Vorva said his office also anticipates a much larger absentee voter turnout due to the new changes in the

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Nov. 9, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Voters in the City of Plymouth had a choice of four candidates seeking four terms on the city commission. Kelly O’Donnell was the top vote getter with 1,132 votes followed by Suzi Deal who received 1,106 votes. Anthony Sebastian received 1,072

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Oct. 31, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Members of the Plymouth City Commission have approved a $6.9 million plan for infrastructure improvements throughout the community. The new plan includes repairs to Farmer, Dewey, Main and Junction and Ann streets in 2020, the first year of the program. In

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Oct. 26, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   On Nov. 5, Plymouth voters will be asked to approve a 10-year $12,280,000 bond question to be used for the acquiring and constructing of street improvements throughout the city consisting of paving, repaving, resurfacing, reconstructing and improving streets. If approved, the

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Sep 9, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Voters in the City of Plymouth will be asked to approve a roads improvement bond on the Nov. 5 ballot. Members of the Plymouth City Commission voted unanimously to place the question on the ballot. If approved by voters, the city

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Jul. 25, 2019  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Julie Brown Staff Writer Michigan voters last year OK’d a measure to make absentee voting easier, and Canton Township Clerk Michael Siegrist is following up locally. “Now anybody is eligible,” he said, adding age limits no longer apply, nor do issues

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Apr. 4, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Plymouth officials have announced all election candidates, including incumbents, must file a non-partisan nominating petition or pay a $100 non-refundable fee, along with filing an Affidavit of Identity with the City Clerk before April 23. There will be four vacancies on

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Plymouth High School

Nov. 14, 2018  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     There is no decision as to the future of the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex (PARC) following voters’ defeat of a request for .75 mill ballot question last week. The funding, requested for 20 years, would have allowed for maintenance

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