Aug. 31, 2017 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Water rates in Plymouth Township have been increased by 8 percent following approval of the measure by a 5-2 vote of members of the board of trustees. The new rates are an average increase of $56.35 annually or $14 every
Former officials Nancy Conzelman and Ron Edwards exhibit Excellence in Financial Reporting Award – Fall 2013, Plymouth Township Newsletter. Jan. 20, 2017 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News ” We have to get through 20 years of dysfunction in this building. Time is of essence, our accounting practices
Newly elected Plymouth Township Treasurer Mark Clinton recites oath of office before Lt. Governor Brian Calley Dec. 9, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer During an informal discussion at the meeting of members of Plymouth Concerned Citizens last week, newly-elected Township
Plymouth Township Clerk Jerry Vorva and Lt. Gov. Brian Calley Dec. 4, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer New Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise received thunderous applause from a standing-room-only audience during his official swearing in last week. Heise spoke to the assembled
State Rep. and Plymouth Township Supervisor elect Kurt Heise’s farewell address. Nov. 9, 2017 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News WATCH VIDEO Resident’s voters that swept clean the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees after a bruising August primary once again showed up in-force on Tuesday to reaffirm
Oct. 25, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Reports of missing campaign signs are popping up and some Plymouth Township candidates think it could be part of an early Devil’s Night as both Halloween and Election Day will be here in about two weeks. In light of multiple
Winning Grins. (From left) Mark Clinton, Jerry Vorva, Gary Heitman, Bob Doroshewitz, Kurt Heise, Chuck Curmi and Jack Dempsey celebrate Tuesday night. Aug. 3, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Last Tuesday’s election was the culmination of the most contentious and expensive campaigns known to Plymouth Township.
Jul. 28, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION As entrenched Plymouth Township incumbents dig in for survival, their preposterous claims of fiscal responsibility, public safety, and community service continue to choke township mailboxes as we count down to the primary election next Tuesday, Aug. 2. The
Jul. 21, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION Despite the widespread criticism of his political appointment to the supervisor’s job in Plymouth Township, Shannon Price had the opportunity to quiet his critics and demonstrate the leadership necessary to reform the pervasive toxic environment in township hall.
Jul 12, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION At this important election time as we take a close look at the past actions of the township board and the politically charged administrators who have created a vast chasm in the relationship with the City, one that undermines