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Kay Arnold bench

Oct. 3, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     Plymouth Township has installed a new bench swing at Township Park honoring the late Kay Arnold, a longtime township trustee who passed away in 2015. This bench swing was requested by a formal resolution of the board of trustees and

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K Arnold

Oct. 17, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Funeral services took place October 14 for the longest-serving member of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees, Kay A. Arnold, who died last Friday, Oct. 8. Mrs. Arnold, 76, was born March 26, 1939, in her grandmother’s home in Columbus, Ohio,

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Recall meeting

Feb. 16, 2015  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   While Sandra Groth, a former Plymouth Township deputy clerk and township trustee candidate in 2012, declined to disclose exactly how many signatures the Recall 4 group has currently obtained on petitions, she doesn’t hesitate to repeat the comments she and others

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Sandra Groth

Sandra Groth of Plymouth Township United Citizens at Plymouth District Library meeting   Dec. 17, 2014  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   “They are lies intended to exploit, manipulate and scare the weakest among us; most notably our senior citizens.”   By: Don Howard Staff Writer   Supporters and organizers

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Dec. 10, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE. News Plymouth Michigan   The organizers of the Plymouth Township Recall-4 Campaign have scheduled another open-to-the-public informational meeting and fundraiser for this Thursday at Honey Tree Grille, 15440 Sheldon Road (near Five Mile) in Northville, from 5:30- 7:30 p.m. Dec. 11. as they steam forward

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Dec. 2, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   If support were measured by the gallon the resident activists who are hosting the Recall-4 fundraiser event this Thursday have a nearly full tank. Organizers of the Plymouth Township United Citizens Recall 4 campaign will host a fundraiser and petition signing

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Richard Reaume Plymouth Township Supervisor

Oct. 10, 2014  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. News Plymouth Michigan   “I think today’s hearing will show
 that our citizens are tired of being treated poorly by these people and not having a voice.”     By: Don Howard Staff Writer The Wayne County Elections Committee on Monday approved recall petition language

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Sept. 11, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   By:  Don Howard Staff Writer   First Round Recall petition language “not clear” says panel   Not surprisingly, a Wayne County Elections Commission panel denied the first submission of petition language this week to recall four Plymouth Township officials from office.

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Amphitheater after drilling

Eco-sensitive site of new amphitheater in Plymouth Township Park, surface damaged-bearing numerous holes after drilling rig breached the property in July. Scheduled construction and required grade changes will likely further alter water run-off. Plymouth Township officials ordered the core samples in the protected area, a sub-watershed of the Lower Rouge

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Sarah Gatzek

Plymouth Township Supervisor, Richard Reaume, appointed campaign contributor and former township employee Sarah Gatzek to the Compensation Commission.   Dec. 4, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Opinion   Officials in Plymouth and Canton townships will earn more money next year than they did last year, after actions taken-or not taken-by their

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