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May 28, 2022  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   OPINION   The shutdown of a nuclear power plant makes the state vulnerable to cloudy, windless days   By: Jason Hayes Whatever hopes people might have had for saving Michigan’s Palisades Nuclear Generating Station, it’s too late. On May 20, the

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May 9, 2022  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Reconstruction has been delayed by more than 2-years Governor Gretchen Whitmer joined staff from the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to tour a road construction project in Canton Township last month, following an announcement that the proposed Ford Road reconstruction in

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Apr. 22, 2022  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Whitmer makes 11th hour move to keep nuclear plant from closing Just weeks before the planned closure of the Palisades nuclear plant Gov. Gretchen Whitmer moved to keep the controversial nuclear facility on-line. As reported by Bridge Michigan, Whitmer stated its

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Mar. 8, 2022  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Last week the Republican-controlled Michigan Senate voted to send a $2.5 billion tax cut proposal to Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s desk. With billions of dollars in surplus funds GOP lawmakers in the House and Senate pushed to drop the state’s income tax

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Nov. 13, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   OPINION Democrats threaten to send winter shivers through Michigan By: Jason Hayes   Midland, Mich. Winter is coming, and President Biden may soon make Michigan’s hardest season even more painful. The White House is reportedly studying the consequences of shutting down

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Aug. 7, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   The Plymouth-Canton Education Association (PCEA) is the teachers union that represents the over 1,100 teachers and 16,000 students of the Plymouth Canton Community Schools. They are affiliated with the Michigan Education Association and the National Education Association. Says Monica Merritt P-CCS

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Jul. 29, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     1945 law meant for urban riots proved a threat to separation of powers –Petition initiative received more than 500,000 signatures in support   OPINION   By: Michael Van Beek   Responding to a citizen-led initiative, the Michigan Legislature recently repealed

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Jun. 29, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   UPDATED Once again on Tuesday Plymouth area residents were without power when an afternoon rainstorm wiped out service to an estimated 50,000 DTE Energy customers. Plymouth and Plymouth Township in particular has suffered numerous distribution-related outages and repeatedly lost power in

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Jun. 15, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   In a surprise move, Plymouth City Commission has approved a resolution to cap the number of allowable liquor licenses in Plymouth. A brief summary of their June 7 meeting stated: “The City Commission approved many liquor license renewals and approved a

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Jun. 9, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   OPINION   Most Michiganders were more likely to die in a car crash than from COVID-19 in 2020 “For younger populations, car crashes were more deadly than COVID-19”   By: Michael Van Beek It is well known that COVID-19 is significantly

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