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Lake Pointe Subdivision

May 29, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Plymouth Township Lake Pointe Homeowners Association will host a special meeting next Tuesday, June 4, to discuss the formation of a Special Assessment District (SAD) and investigate residents’ interest in road re-paving and repair of the subdivision streets. With over 800

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Apr. 4, 2019  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer The sudden interest in never-before developed Plymouth Township land and the secrecy surrounding the identity of the new commercial/industrial neighbor to the Brecken Ridge and Lake Pointe subdivisions prompted some questions from residents last week. A

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Mar. 25, 2019  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   On Tuesday, March 26 the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees will hold a public hearing and vote on the establishment of an Industrial Development District (IDD) for the 31.5-acre parcel of land located at the southeast quadrant at Haggerty and Schoolcraft

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Lake Pointe Station

Lake Pointe Fire Station No. 2     Jan, 5, 2017  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer A campaign promise to restore and rebuild the fractured Plymouth Township Fire Department is about come to fruition. Township Supervisor Kurt Heise announced last week that he has

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Plymouth Township Police Vehicle

Jul. 29, 2014  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Numerous vehicle thefts reported last fall in Plymouth Township and Lake Pointe appeared to slow after Plymouth Township Police detectives arrested a suspect the Bradbury subdivision thought to be part of a larger criminal group operating in Wayne County according to

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Lake Pointe Water Tower

Apr. 15, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Contract workers from Texas used a rented aerial boom to remove antenna panels from the Lake Pointe water tower in Plymouth Township last week. Nextel had been leasing the space for the antennas from the township for about $1,900 monthly. Following the Federal Communications

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CIMG

June 28, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Recent events in Plymouth Township have prompted officials to hire on-call volunteers to work at the two remaining fire stations on a full-time basis. We think that’s a good start. We think it is unfortunate that two incidents and a death took place before

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July 6, 2012 CITIZENS FOR CHANGE . JUNE 2012 – PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP INFORMATIONAL LETTER. THERE IS MORE TO THE CONTROVERSY THAN FIRE AND EMS PROTECTION Trustees deny Plymouth Township residents their rights     This letter is about more than the firefighter/EMS issue. It is about citizens being denied answers

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EDITOR:  Originally ran as as Guest Commentary by Greg Mangan in February 2012. Mangan was the official Plymouth Township Fire Department spokesperson and was subsequently laid-off by Township Supervisor, Richard Reaume shortly after this article was published. February 23, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. BOARD DECISION COULD THREATEN RESIDENTS’ SAFETY.   Plymouth

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June 25, 2012  DETROIT FREE PRESS. Eric D. Lawrence, Staff Writer.   The debate over cuts to the Plymouth Community Fire Department and other issues is prompting a group of Plymouth Township residents to hold a candidate forum Tuesday. Plymouth Township Concerned Citizens is asking candidates for township offices to

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