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Chelsea District Library to host 7th annual Midwest Literacy Walk

April 24th, 2015 | 

By Jim Pruitt jimpsuntimes@gmail.com Officials from the Chelsea District Library spoke at the City Council meeting to talk about the upcoming Midwest Literary Walk. Director Bill Harmer and Library Board President Susan Brown each spoke about the event, now in its seventh year, which will host several authors at various venues around town. The authors …continue reading »»


Camp Woodbury site plan up for review by Lima Township Planning Commission

April 24th, 2015 | 

By Jim Pruitt jimpsuntimes@gmail.com While some neighbors are not too happy about it, a Lima Township couple will continue to host weddings and other functions at their Nordman Lake property. Tom Hollyer and Jan Muhleman hosted an informational meeting about their intentions for their 150-acre parcel. The hour-long meeting featured Muhleman offering her and her …continue reading »»


Narrowing down Dexter’s next fire chief

April 24th, 2015 | 

  Two of the 44 applicants for fire chief of the Dexter Area Fire Department are shining brighter than the rest.   Candidates Dean Creech of Wyandotte and Mike Kennedy of Brighton were presented by a five-person search committee to DAFD Board of Directors. Both will undergo a background investigation before the board makes a final selection …continue reading »»

Mike Kennedy is looking like a good candidate to be Dexter's next fire chief.

Teen delights in helping others

April 24th, 2015 | 

  A seventh-grader at Mill Creek Middle School, armed with her homemade wire bicycle pins, plans to make the world a better place, one full-sized bicycle at a time.   Olivia Najarian read about an opportunity to sponsor a less-fortunate girl in the World Vision magazine last year. Najarian, with the help of her classmates …continue reading »»

Road work held off in Lyndon Township

April 23rd, 2015 | 

  The Washtenaw County Road Commission met with Lyndon Township board members during a special meeting last Wednesday to review the 2015 Washtenaw County Road Commission Local Road Program.   Roy Townsend, managing director with WCRC, told the board how much money was available in matching funds to the township. For 2015 for Lyndon Township, WCRC …continue reading »»

Pipeline map available at local municipalities

April 22nd, 2015 | 

  The ET Rover Pipeline project continues to move through the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission permit application process and has provided updated maps detailing the proposed route to local libraries and government offices in the counties through which the route is proposed.   The maps were submitted as part of the project’s filing on Feb. …continue reading »»

Tweaks to the route for the pipeline are still being made.

Stockbridge Community Schools Bond Survey

April 21st, 2015 | 

From Karl Heidrich During the next two months Stockbridge Community Schools will be assessing current and future facility and technology needs for a future bond. We strongly value community input and it is extremely important to receive feedback in this process. It is very important to hear from as many parents, employees, and community members …continue reading »»


Nondiscrimination ordinance debate in Chelsea

April 21st, 2015 | 

  Chelsea resident Anthony Shakeshaft proposed the city of pass a nondiscrimination ordinance during the city council’s April meeting.   Thirty-seven different Michigan municipalities had already passed such an ordinance, said Shakeshaft. He suggested the city use a template available from the Michigan Civil Rights Commission.   The template ordinance would prohibit discrimination on the basis of race, religion, …continue reading »»


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