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Village scrutinizes DDA for OMA issues
by DENNIS A. SETTER
The Downtown Development Authority came under scrutiny March 16 by members of the Romeo Village Council after learning it had held meetings and made decisions without a quorum.  (more...)

Bruce agrees to pay sewer bill to Romeo
by DENNIS A. SETTER
Bruce Township agreed to depend on a promise to get an answer over billing charges it claims are incorrect from the Village of Romeo instead of the heavy hammer it used by withholding a year-end sewer bill payment.  (more...)

BT to look into PA 425 agreement with Armada for sewer
by DENNIS A. SETTER
Bruce Township's supervisor and clerk have been instructed by the Board of Trustees to negotiate a PA 425 agreement with Armada Township so it can provide sewer service to a portion of its industrial district and businesses along 33 Mile Road.  (more...)

BT's cost to put in sidewalk comes much higher
by DENNIS A. SETTER
A grant Bruce Township was planning to go after for a sidewalk along Van Dyke between Kaeding and 33 Mile Road more than doubled from an estimate presented to the board earlier.  (more...)

HRC to look into village's potential sewer needs
by DENNIS A. SETTER
Romeo's Village Council has agreed to have Hubbell Roth and Clark (HRC) do a comprehensive capacity study for the village's undeveloped areas and come up with a millage rate that can be used to compute pricing when selling sewer capacity to other potential users.  (more...)

Two RCS superindendent finalists selected
by MARTHA KIERPAUL
The field was narrowed to two candidates for Romeo Community Schools (RCS) superintendent at a meeting last Saturday.  (more...)

RT modified, adopted fiscal year budget
by STACY SOBOTKA
The Ray Township Board of Trustees adopted their 2015-16 fiscal year budgets at their meeting March 17.  (more...)

WT budget focuses on infrastructure, new hires
by JERRY FRAEYMAN
Infrastructure and new hires are the highlights of Washington Township's 2015-16 fiscal year budget, as presented by Supervisor Dan O'Leary at the March 18 Washington Township Board of Trustees meeting.  (more...)

Village amends Peddlers ordinance

The Village of Romeo increased fines under its Peddler's ordinance to keep people from failing to buy permits.  (more...)

WT OKs water tower engineers

On March 18, Washington Township officials agreed to a contract with Giffels Webster, the township's engineers, for construction engineering services related to the proposed water storage facility.  (more...)


For the Week of:
3/25/2015
The Bruce Township Planning Commission meeting scheduled for 7 p.m., Wednesday, March 25, has been canceled. The next meeting will be Wednesday, April 22.

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The Washington Township Board of Trustess will meet 7 p.m., Wednesday, April 1, at the Township Municipal Building on Van Dyke, north of 26 Mile Road.


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