Government

Thursday, 2017 Dec 07th

Tuesday, 2017 Dec 05th

Saline City Council voted 6-0 to pay $356,057 to DN Higgins, Inc., for sidewalk, pavement and parks projects completed this year. But the payment...

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Monday, 2017 Dec 04th

The City of Saline honored citizens who are working to create a greener community at the Nov. 20 city council meeting.

Mayor Pro-Tem Linda...

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Monday, 2017 Nov 27th

Mayor Brian Marl today invited all Saline community residents to join him for an upcoming coffee hour.

“It’s great to hear from the people...

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Friday, 2017 Nov 24th

City officials hope Jerrod Hart will soon begin his service as Saline’s Chief of Police.

City council voted 5-0 to approve an employment...

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Wednesday, 2017 Nov 22nd

The Saline Rec Center is considering a proposal to raise membership fees by 10 percent while increasing program offerings.

Carla Scruggs,...

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Tuesday, 2017 Nov 21st

The eyesore on South Monroe Street should soon be demolished, according to developer Damien Farrell, who bought the house and surrounding property...

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Monday, 2017 Nov 20th

The developers behind the Saline hotel project are pushing to break ground by the end of the year.

At last Monday’s meeting Saline City...

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Friday, 2017 Nov 17th

The City of Saline is moving forward with a plan to replace the Peoples Park tennis courts with a parking lot.

Saline City Council voted 5-...

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Tuesday, 2017 Nov 14th

Saline Township attorney Frederick Lucas and Adelina Farms attorney Allen Green squared off at Monday night’s Saline Township Board meeting,...

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Saline City Council selected Jerrod Hart to be the City of Saline’s next police chief.

Hart, Assistant Chief of Police in the City of Novi...

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Sgt. Andrew Hartwig was named interim Chief of the Saline Police Department at Monday’s Saline City Council meeting.

Saline City Council...

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Friday, 2017 Nov 10th

Saline City Council interviewed the two finalists seeking to become police chief during a special meeting Thursday at City Hall.

Jeffrey...

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Thursday, 2017 Nov 09th

Senator Rebekah Warren (D–Ann Arbor) will be meeting with residents next Tuesday, Nov. 14th from 8:30-9:30 a.m. at Pittsfield Township...

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Pittsfield Charter Township Municipal offices will be closed from noon to 1 p.m., Wednesday, Nov. 15 for an employee appreciation luncheon.

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Monday, 2017 Nov 06th

The Saline Post has learned from multiple sources that City of Saline Manager Todd Campbell will...

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Thursday, 2017 Nov 02nd

The Secretary of State's Mobile Branch Office will be at the Saline District Library from noon to 5 p.m., Nov. 8.

The Mobile Branch Office...

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Sunday, 2017 Oct 29th

Peoples Park Tennis Court in Saline

Saline City Council balked at a recommendation to pave over the Peoples Park tennis courts with a parking lot and to construct a new tennis court...

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Friday, 2017 Oct 27th

Odor abatement work is beginning at Saline the wastewater treatment plant as the plant superintendent acknowledged odors emanating from the...

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Thursday, 2017 Oct 26th

Downtown parking continues to be a troublesome issue for Saline City Council.

At Monday’s meeting, council voted 7-0 on a motion that will...

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