Nov. 2, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News “This is a malicious attempt to confuse and frustrate the citizens. I have the moral political courage to do the right thing.” Each of the members of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees is now facing a recall effort. Supervisor
Nov. 2, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News By: Don Howard Staff Writer Members of the Plymouth Township Board of Trustees unanimously voted to place the renewal of two current public safety millages on a February ballot. They will not ask for any increase in the millage rate
Oct. 30, 2014 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News OPINION An editorial posted this week by a local newspaper seemingly looked as if the publication might have turned the corner to finally provide a credible report on Plymouth Township Supervisor Richard Reaume and his asinine behavior, something they have
Work has started at the hilltop construction site of the new Plymouth Township Park Pavilion. The pavilion, as planned, will be a 4,500 square foot structure near the baseball fields in the park, at the top of the sledding hill. It will include restrooms, a warming center, a kitchen area with
Oct. 10, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. News Plymouth Michigan “I think today’s hearing will show that our citizens are tired of being treated poorly by these people and not having a voice.” By: Don Howard Staff Writer The Wayne County Elections Committee on Monday approved recall petition language
One of 4 recall targets, “Kay Arnold, 75, is the longest serving township trustee. Oct. 5, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Amphitheater ‘delay’ question by resident By: Don Howard Staff Writer Despite public comments and denials by township officials, it appears the controversial amphitheater
Oct. 3, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News By: Don Howard Staff Writer Despite his recent public denials, it appears that Plymouth Township Supervisor Richard Reaume may be preparing to leave the community. Last week, Keller Williams Realty featured Reaume’s home on Waverly Drive on the company website
Sept. 26, 2014 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News “I don’t understand what the real plan is.” -Trustee Chuck Curmi The controversial amphitheater project in Plymouth Township Park is now a part of the 2015 recreation plan review and will go no further until that discussion next year. Only
Sept. 11, 2014 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News By: Don Howard Staff Writer First Round Recall petition language “not clear” says panel Not surprisingly, a Wayne County Elections Commission panel denied the first submission of petition language this week to recall four Plymouth Township officials from office.
Sept. 9, 2014 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Despite the denials of Plymouth Township Supervisor Richard Reaume, the recall effort by a group of community activists is apparently having an effect on his position regarding the controversial plan for a $2 million amphitheater and pavilion recreation plan in the township.