Government

Monday, 2017 Sep 11th

The Saline Township Board of Trustees convened their September Board meeting promptly at 7 p.m. Monday night and adjourned the meeting thirty...

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Thursday, 2017 Aug 31st

Just as the rain was clearing Tuesday night, a small group of citizens, city officials and other concerned parties shuffled inside the Saline City...

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Wednesday, 2017 Aug 30th

Saline City Council will approve a plan to borrow up to $4 million to deal with the odor issue at its aging wastewater treatment plant. Council...

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Saturday, 2017 Aug 26th

Saline City Councillor Dean Girbach criticized vandals who painted obscenities about the mayor and city manager on an abandoned South Monroe...

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Thursday, 2017 Aug 24th

Saline City Council is leaning toward adopting new two-hour parking limits in downtown city lots.

At a work session Monday, council heard...

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Wednesday, 2017 Aug 23rd

Pittsfield Township Farmers Market shoppers are invited to learn about roundabouts Thursday.

The market is held at the Pittsfield Township...

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Tuesday, 2017 Aug 22nd

At Monday’s city council meeting Saline Mayor Brian Marl remarked on the violence in Charlottesville, Va. Marl’s remarks were unexpected,...

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Saline City Council gave a firm “no” to a developer who hoped to build a 260-unit development and have it attached to the city’s west side.

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Wednesday, 2017 Aug 16th

One of Saline’s most blighted properties reached a new level of ugly early this week. The vacant house on the former Karpinski property – a Monroe...

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Tuesday, 2017 Aug 15th

City Manager Todd J. Campbell announced that the City will host a public forum to solicit community feedback regarding the search for a new police...

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Saline Township Supervisor Jim Marion wants the township to preserve its rural and agricultural character. That’s why, he says, he wants the City...

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Saturday, 2017 Aug 12th

Pittsfield Township’s Department of Public Safety is preparing to put recently announced plans to lay-off eight dispatchers on the fast track....

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Friday, 2017 Aug 11th

After 32 years in law enforcement, dispatcher Kevin Cornell has retired.

Cornell began his law enforcement career as a part-time dispatcher...

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Saline City Council voted unanimously to spend $24,500 on an executive search service to help the city find its next police chief. At Monday’s...

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Wednesday, 2017 Aug 09th

On Thursday, August 10, 2017, the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) will close Bemis Road between Keveling Drive and Platt Road in...

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Tuesday, 2017 Aug 08th

Saline City Council began to shape its response to the Andelina Farms annexation proposal Monday night.

Saline Ventures, owned by Pinnacle...

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Monday, 2017 Aug 07th

It's the first full week of August. As organizers prepare for Saline Summerfest and, a little further down the road, the Saline Community Fair,...

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Thursday, 2017 Aug 03rd

City of Saline Mayor Brian Marl invited residents to join him for a coffee and conversation event from 10-11 a.m., Saturday, Aug. 12, at Carrigan...

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Tuesday, 2017 Jul 25th

 

 

If you’re a City of Saline resident with a broken sidewalk in front of your home, there’s a chance you’ll soon have a...

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Saline City Council unanimously approved the final planned unit development plan for Maple Oaks, a 34-unit development on eight acres at 600 North...

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