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Paul Sincock

Lightbulb heads

Aug. 10, 2018  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     “We did not build or expand our infrastructure sufficiently to keep-up with the growth in your area…”   Don Howard Staff Writer After almost two years of ongoing and persistent power outages, DTE Energy officials told Plymouth city officials they

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CSX Train

Feb. 17, 2018  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News     OPINION   Stalled trains blocking tracks at Plymouth’s four main railroad crossings for hours on end, month after month of complaints from frustrated motorists, fruitless rhetoric from politicians and CSX Railroad representatives leave a serious issue unsolved that has for

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Railroad crossing signal e

Oct. 23, 2017  PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News   Updated 10-24-17   Train delays continue to vex Plymouth motorists and tie-up daily traffic. Numerous complaints by disgruntled motorists regarding CSX trains blocking crossings continue to flow into Plymouth City Manager Paul Sincock’s office with no apparent relief in sight. Observers

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Trains

Oct. 1, 2017  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     S L O W   M O T I O N     Don Howard Staff Writer Frustrated motorists in Plymouth continue to complain about train delays, some lasting almost 20 minutes and stretching 2-3 miles across the community. Complaints

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Clean Crew

Friday afternoon, workers in protective gear clean up debris at the site of the fire and shoveled it into sealed barrels clearly labeled as containing PCB, a known carcinogen. Photo by Dave Willett     Aug. 25, 2017  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer Concerns

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Kellogg Park fountain location

Oct. 24, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer There was no lack of interest or criticism for plans to remake Kellogg Park in downtown Plymouth during a meeting at the city Cultural Center last week. Plans for the 150th anniversary of the City of

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Ambulances

Aug. 19, 2016 Plymouth Michigan News     Don Howard Staff Writer   A 24-minute ambulance response time may have contributed to the death of a 63- year-old Plymouth man, found not breathing and unresponsive in his home near the downtown area. A frantic 9-1-1 call for help from a

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Railroad sign

Sign posted at Starkweather Street railroad crossing by City officials Jun. 17, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   The City of Plymouth continues to receive multiple complaints on a near daily basis related to parked trains blocking crossings for upwards of one hour or longer, according to a prepared

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RR hazard

Railroad tank cars containing LPG-liquefied petroleum gas-block South Main St. in Plymouth Photo: © Don Howard/Associated Newspapers of Michigan   May, 2, 2016  PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News   “We are indeed aware of the issues in Plymouth.” CSX Railroad spokesperson Gail Lobin     Don Howard Staff Writer  

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NFD Plymouth City Ambulance

Feb. 19, 2014  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Members of the Plymouth and Northville Fire Advisory Board met last week in a regular bi-monthly session to discuss fire department business. This was the first meeting of the members since a radio communications problem last November delayed response to a 911 call for

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