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Wednesday, 2017 Jul 05th

The 22nd annual Saline Celtic Festival will feature popular annual events, new attractions and even some old popular activities...

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Tuesday, 2017 Jul 04th

The following is a transcript of Mayor Brian Marl's State of the City Address:

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Thursday, 2017 Jun 29th

On Wednesday, July 5, 2017, a Contractor for the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) will CLOSE Ridge Road...

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Thursday, 2017 Jun 22nd

Saline City Council set salaries for city officials and department heads during Monday’s meeting.

During a series of votes, council voted 4...

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Tuesday, 2017 Jun 20th

Saline City Council took a major step toward solving the wastewater treatment plant odor problem on the city’s south side.

Council voted 6-...

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Monday, 2017 Jun 12th

Due to forecasted hot temperatures, on Tuesday, June 13, 2017, the Washtenaw County Road Commission will close Austin Road between Parker Rd and...

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Tuesday, 2017 Jun 06th

Here’s a quick summary of the action at Monday’s Saline City Council meetings. Council’s work session began at 6:45 p.m. The regular meeting began...

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Friday, 2017 Jun 02nd

The Saline Zoning Board of Appeals granted a variance that should allow Mulan Massage Center to open its doors in the coming weeks.

Members...

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Thursday, 2017 Jun 01st

Washtenaw County residents and commuters will soon see “Loose Stones – 35 mph” signs on various county roadways. These...
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Thursday, 2017 May 18th

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has awarded a State Transportation Economic Development Fund (TEDF) grant to the Washtenaw County...

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Tuesday, 2017 May 16th

Tuesday, 2017 May 09th

Saline City Council met for about 90 minutes Monday night for one last kick at the proposed budget for 2017-18.

Mayor Brian Marl noted the...

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Sunday, 2017 May 07th

Saline City Council will use a special meeting Monday night to go over the budget for 2017-18.

The work meeting begins at 7 p.m. at Saline...

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Wednesday, 2017 May 03rd

The cost of several City of Saline infrastructure projects will likely be felt when water and sewer bills are mailed in the next fiscal year....

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Five years ago, the City of Saline stopped employing a part-time downtown director. Instead, the city agreed to pay $209,000 over the next five...

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The City of Saline won’t be offering free public skating at the Henne Field ice rink next winter.

Moments after asking city staff to look...

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Tuesday, 2017 May 02nd

After a group of residents spoke in opposition to plans for a parking lot at People’s Park, Saline City Council assigned the matter to the city’s...

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Septage haulers will pay more to dispose of waste at Saline’s wastewater treatment plant.

Rates are increasing from 6.5 cents a gallon to 8...

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Monday, 2017 May 01st

The City of Saline hired a new building inspector at Monday’s city council meeting.

Council voted 7-0 to hire Steve Maciag, conditioned...

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