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Government, Police & Fire
The Brighton City Council was told Thursday night that there is nothing the city can do to prevent the state from placing prison parolees in the city, as long as local ordinances are being followed.
The case against a third man was adjourned.
Stung by recent police and fire millage defeats, the Green Oak Township Board will go back to the voters with lower numbers in November
The Township Board of Trustees is appointing a committee to review the voter-rejected ballot requests and make recommendations.
Driver remains in jail after $100,000 bond was set.
Police & Fire, Elections
Economy and voters disgruntled with politics and government are said to have contributed to the defeats.
Township voters will decide two separate millage requests to run their fire and police departments.
Police & Fire
Three men charged with taking the gator now heading toward a trial.
Fire Chief orders new aerial platform and two new tankers at a total cost of $1.7 million.
New, larger MSP post to service needs of growing area with Ypsi post merger.
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