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Plymouth Township Board of Trustees

Duane Zantop at Plymouth Township Board Meeting

Aug. 29, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   To the editor; I want to apologize and admit my mistake for asking you to support several individuals for the Plymouth Township board. With your support we elected them because thought they were outstanding people we could trust. I made a terrible mistake our

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Carol Leroue

Aug. 23, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   Video from board of trustee meeting August 20, 2013   PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP RESIDENT DEMANDS PUBLIC SAFETY ANSWERS             

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Plymouth Township Water Tower

STILL UNDER CONSTRUCTION, PLYMOUTH TOWNSHIP WATER TOWER Since April of 2008 when the new township water tower was reported functioning by engineers, the 1 million gallon tank has reportedly not been filled to more than 65 percent capacity. It is said the tank will hold only 250,000 gallons of water

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HVA Ambulance

Apr. 25, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   Opinion   Last week, three area public safety departments agreed that their continued help in Plymouth Township might be doing more harm than good. The leaders of the three fire departments in Northville and Canton townships and the City of Livonia collectively agreed that

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Park Comforf Station

Apr. 24, 2013  PLYMOUTH VOICE.   No end in sight to spending spree   Plymouth Township officials approved a $1.9 million capital improvement bond during a special board of trustees meeting this week. The improvements will be financed over 12 years with the bond. The plan that was revealed to

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US Dollars

Apr. 22, 2013  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.    “We can do what we can afford now. I don’t support borrowing money”   Plymouth Township trustees have approved a $784,000 bid to extend 1.25 miles of Ann Arbor Road streetscape. The approval came despite the resounding objections and no vote of Trustee Chuck

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Dec. 20, 2012  PLYMOUTH EAGLE.   ‘Township officials then increased the amount requested to 10 mills with the authority to levy the amount annually’   Three Michigan court of Appeals judges have ruled in favor of Plymouth Township, determining that the township had the authority to set the millage rate

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