Oct. 18, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Arts and recreation millage spawns opposition groups The ballot proposal to fund the Plymouth Arts and Recreation Complex has become one of the most contentious issues facing voters in both the city and township. Last week, a second or
Plymouth Township resident and PARC critic Mary Weidel has been vocal with her oppostion Jun. 26, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News “This board will not be making the case for PARC” Don Howard Staff Writer Despite the strong opposition voiced by residents in attendance at
Former Plymouth Township Clerk Nancy Conzelman Apr. 5, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Residents filled Plymouth Township Hall nearly to capacity last Tuesday in response to false claims about the merger of the township with the city announced in robocalls made to township homes. Many
Feb. 2, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Reports of unfinished work, concrete failures and shoddy workmanship at McClumpha Park in Plymouth Township have led to unnecessary costs and labor expenses over the past year, according to Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise. Last week, Township Park Foreman Steve
Former Plymouth Township Treasurer Ron Edwards Aug. 10, 2017 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Plymouth Township Clerk Jerry Vorva has discovered records showing unauthorized payouts made by former Township Treasurer Ron Edwards that officials say undermine the township health care compensation commitment
Dec. 26, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Security videos obtained from the Plymouth Township Police Department have given rise to numerous questions and concern regarding the actions of two former elected officials who spent the last 20 hours of their terms shredding documents and
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
Ousted Plymouth Treasurer Ron Edwards and Plante Moran auditor Joe Heffernan (foreground) listen as township board members review DOJ audit charges. Nov. 15, 2016. Nov. 25, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News “$140,000 in state forfeiture funds-missing and unaccounted for.” …Tom Tiderington, Plymouth Township Police Chief.
Oct. 8, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer If Plymouth Township Treasurer Ron Edwards has his way, he and other officials defeated in the Aug. 2 primary will walk away with a very attractive retirement settlement Nov. 20. During the regular meeting
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.