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Mar. 23, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer The federal charges filed last week against former Plymouth Township Director of Parks and Grants Mike Mitchell may be the first of several indictments as a result of an ongoing corruption investigation. According to documents
Mar. 15, 2018 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer The former Director of Parks and Grants for Plymouth Township, Michael Mitchell, 49, is now facing 10 years in prison and a $250,000 fine following federal charges resulting from a joint investigation by the FBI and
Jan. 4, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Plymouth Township Supervisor Kurt Heise has confirmed that federal prosecutors are expected to reveal criminal charges involving the theft of municipal property. Heise, speaking last Wednesday during an exclusive interview with The Eagle, said that the
Oct. 14, 2016 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News WATCH VIDEO Don Howard Staff Writer Following multiple protests from residents, Plymouth Township officials did not act on a proposed contract change with Rizzo Environmental Services last week. The proposed change, on the agenda for the second
Carl Berry May 20, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News The candidacy of Kurt Heise for Plymouth Township supervisor and Don Schnettler for township trustee have been challenged in a lawsuit filed in Wayne County Circuit Court May 13. The court filing names Carl Berry, a former
Jan. 29, 2016 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News “Plymouth Township must be a tolerant and welcoming community, and must denounce racist and malicious fear-mongering like this” Political season has already begun in Plymouth Township with the criticism of a presumptive candidate for supervisor on an internet site.
Jun. 8, 2015 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News According to a Plymouth Township Newsletter/Survey mailed to 8600 households this week township officials are inquiring resident’s choices before they make their final decision on the details of a new seven-year solid waste trash-hauling contract that will cost taxpayers approximately $10,836,000.