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Kurt Heise

Apr. 18, 2024  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Political shenanigans have unfortunately disrupted a senior ‘coffee’ with the supervisor this week. The Plymouth Community Council on Aging is a popular senior group that organizes events and hosts monthly activities at the Friendship Station in Plymouth Township. Seniors are kept

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Apr. 8, 2024  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION   Guest Editorial By: Kurt Heise   On April 4, more than 700 residents from Plymouth, Canton, Northville, and Salem attended a Public Hearing hosted by the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy regarding the proposed Salem Sewer Plant. 

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Mar. 25, 2024  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   OPINION DOES ANYONE CARE?   We recognize that people in our community do inherently care about the issues at hand if they’re informed and overcome community apathy and get involved. Here is a critically important issue that needs our full community

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Aug. 16, 2023  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   A legal battle is heating up between Grand Rapids based retailer Meijer and Plymouth Township over the proposed development of a new 159,000 square-foot grocery store and gas station on Five Mile west of Beck Road. On Aug. 9, Meijer along

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Apr. 22, 2022  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Hot Water The plan for a new wastewater treatment plant in Salem Township has reached a boiling point with neighboring Plymouth Township residents and officials. Now two State representatives are lending support and taking an opposing stand. In a strongly worded

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July 1, 2022  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   Trustees named Jennifer Buckley to fill the vacant term on the board. The term has been vacant since May 10 when former Trustee Bob Doroshewitz was named as the new township treasurer, replacing Mark Clinton, who resigned his position due to

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Apr. 14, 2022  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   This month through retirements Plymouth Township lost two consummate public servants that served our community selflessly side by side for decades. Both will be greatly missed. Police Chief Tom Tiderington has officially retired with over 20 years of service along with

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Nov. 23, 2021  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   A developer has submitted tentative plans for a 120-unit housing development at the site of the former Courthouse Grill on Plymouth Road. Tentative plans for the four-story development were discussed during the recent Plymouth Township economic development meeting. The plan which

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Oct. 4, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Don Howard Staff Writer   Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise, upset by the frequent outages the past few months, said today he has now threatened legal action against DTE Energy after “persistent and inexplicable DTE power outages that began the week

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Aug. 10, 2021  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Canton Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved a new deputy supervisor position at their July 27 meeting that will offer a surprisingly large compensation package. Township Supervisor Ann Marie Graham-Hudak said the newly created deputy supervisor position will initially pay the

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