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Five finalists chosen
for superintendent job

One superintendent, two deputy superintendents, one assistant superintendent and a high school principal have been chosen as the five finalists for the job of Romeo Community Schools (RCS) superintendent. One of the finalists...

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Boys and Girls Club
registering for Summer Camp

A Summer Camp at the Boys and Girls Clubs of Oakland and Macomb Counties is ready to register beginning March 9.
The club, located at the Stoney Creek Community Church on 26 Mile Road, had plans to hold the...

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Residents say consent judgment
not in best interest of township

An hour-long presentation put together by the Bruce Township Board of Trustees last week Wednesday detailing why a consent judgment was agreed to with Mike Demil didn't leave many residents in attendance feeling the...

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Oakland Township offers
township manager position

The Oakland Township Board of Trustees voted to extend an offer of the position of Township Manager to Warren Brown at their meeting Feb. 10.
Brown has worked in both law enforcement and public administration ...

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Paving of Wolcott
Road discussed

A discussion on the possible paving of portions of Wolcott Road took place at the Ray Township Board of Trustees meeting Tuesday, Feb. 17.
Township Supervisor Charlie Bohm met with board members of the Huron-Clinton...

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Parking concerns
meeting is set

Macomb County District 7 Commissioner Don Brown will be holding a public meeting to hear concerns of neighbors related to traffic and parking associated with the Brown Iron Brewhouse restaurant.
The event will be...

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WT firefighters
sworn In Feb. 18

Two new members of the Washington Township Fire Department were sworn into service at the Feb. 18 Washington Township Board of Trustees meeting.
Chief Bryan Tyrell administrated the oath to licensed paramedics Abbe...

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Hearing set on
Greystone SAD

The Washington Board of Trustees set a public date of March 18 to discuss establishing a special assessment district (SAD) in the Greystone Estates subdivision.
The SAD would give the township the future authority...

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Prepayment OK'd
for interceptor

Washington officials approved making a prepayment to satisfy their obligation for upgrades on the Oakland-Macomb Interceptor Drain.
Work under the project will include repairs to sewer lines in Utica and Shelby, as...

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WT OKs purchase
of new dump truck

Washington Township officials approved the purchase of a new $70,000 dump truck at the Feb. 18 board meeting.
The truck replaces a vehicle that was damaged by fire in late 2014. The new model will feature four...

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Powell Road
paving approved

The Washington Board of Trustees approved an agreement that will pave portions of Powell and 30 Mile Roads.
Under the arrangement, the township will share the cost of the project with Macomb County, with the township...

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Mary Ann Merritt, president of the Women Marines Association Motor City Chapter, has organized 17 package drives in Romeo since 2002. With the help of the Romeo Post Office and hundreds of volunteers who donate their time, money and items for the troops, hundreds of boxes have been sent from each package drive to service men and women who are serving overseas. (Read Story)

(Observer photo by Debi Martone)

Career Day
premieres at WBRW

WBRW TV Channel 6 and Michigan Community Media will present a new show in accordance with Romeo High School called "Career Day.
"Career Day is a show about unique careers for high school students to consider and learn more about by being a part of the show. WBRW will bring in guests that will be interviewed by students. Classmates will also be in the audience and can take part in a question and answer segment during the show.
The first episode will premiere at 7 p.m., Thursday, Feb. 26. It will feature Heather Beach, a social media specialist from Mangna Powertrain. WBRW partnered with Ron Leblanc's marketing class ... (more)

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