Jul. 3, 2020 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Northville Township Supervisor Robert Nix is adamantly opposed to plans by the Arbor Hills Landfill to dump leachate and contaminated storm water run-off from their compost facility into Johnson Creek. Johnson Creek, part of the Rouge River
Apr. 2, 2020 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News UPDATED By Don Howard Staff Writer Individuals involved in what Plymouth Township officials described as state funding of “urban sprawl” may soon face public scrutiny regarding the ethics of their actions. The approval of a 2018 supplemental spending bill that awarded
Apr. 15, 2019 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News State Senator Dayna Polehanki, State Representative Matt Koleszar and Northville Township Supervisor Bob Nix will host a Town Hall Meeting on Tuesday, April 16 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at the Northville High School Auditorium, 45700 Six Mile Road to discuss
Feb. 10, 2019 PLYMOUTH VOICE. Plymouth Michigan News To the Editor: Something is rotten in the state of Michigan. Our tax dollars have been doled out to for-profit corporations under the guise of economic development. Specifically, the Michigan Legislature awarded $20 million for a Schostak Brothers &Co. project for
Jan. 23, 2019 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Plymouth Township residents and officials are among those questioning $20 million in state grants awarded to Salem Township, earmarked to fund the installation of water and sewer lines for a planned development just west of Napier Road.
Feb. 22, 2018 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Plymouth Township officials are concerned about the impact of a $10 million Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) grant awarded western neighbor Salem Township, which is about to explode with new development. Plymouth officials are questioning
Dec. 21, 2015 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Plans to sell water and sewer services to Salem Township went down the drain in Plymouth Township last week and the board of trustees voted unanimously to reverse their approval of a feasibility study for the project. After heated discussion
Dec. 12, 2015 PLYMOUTH EAGLE. Plymouth Michigan News Don Howard Staff Writer Use of Plymouth Township water and sewer lines is crucial to a proposed 588 unit development planned in the northeast edge of Washtenaw County. Salem Springs, a development of Schostak Brothers, will include townhouses,