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Mark Clinton

Feb. 11, 2016  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Plymouth Concerned Citizens will host Mark Clinton at 7:00 p.m. on Feb. 24 in a special introductory meeting at the Plymouth District Library. Clinton, a 27-year-Plymouth Township resident with an MBA degree from the University of Michigan and a 25-year track

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Mark Clinton

Jan. 19, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Plymouth Township Treasurer Ron Edwards will face at least one declared challenger in the November election. Mark Clinton, 57, a 27-year-township resident with a Masters in Business Administration degree from the University of Michigan and a 25-year track record of success

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Ken Roth

Nov. 29, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE Plymouth Michigan News   Ken Roth was chosen as the new mayor of Northville by voters last week. He will replace Chris Johnson who opted not to seek re-election after 28-years in the position. Roth won 71 percent of the vote with his total of

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Oct. 29, 2015  NORTHVILLE EAGLE. Northville Michigan News   Northville voters will choose two city council members and a new mayor at the polls Nov. 3. Eileen Gikas and Ken Roth each hope to become mayor while incumbent City Council member Nancy Darga, Joe Corriveau and Marilyn Price each hope to

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Emergency Vehicle

Feb. 18, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   This will be the first time the City of Plymouth has asked for a dedicated millage to fund public safety.   Residents in both the city and township of Plymouth will be asked to approve public safety millage requests during the

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Al Cox

City of Plymouth Police Chief Al Cox   Feb. 13, 2015  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   The City of Plymouth will hold a public information session with members of the City Commission and city staff to discuss a dedicated millage to fund public safety on Tuesday, Feb. 17, from

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Apr. 29, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   OPINION   Voters in the Plymouth-Canton Community School District will be asked next month to vote on an issue that will go a long way toward determining the future of the district. Voters will be asked to approve $114 million in bonds to fund

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