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Thursday, 2020 Jul 02nd

The City of Saline will not close Ann Arbor Street to create dining and shopping areas this weekend.

Last weekend, the city opened "...

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Tuesday, 2020 Jun 30th

Zeeb Road between Ellsworth Road and Waters Road, Scio Church Road between S. Wagner Road and I-...

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Sunday, 2020 Jun 28th

On Monday, June 29 the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) will close the intersection of Textile Road and Woodland Drive on the border of...

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Tuesday, 2020 Jun 23rd

Saline City Council debated plans to replace departing City Manager Todd Campbell at Monday's special meeting, held remotely over a Zoom call....

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Friday, 2020 Jun 19th

Thursday, 2020 Jun 18th

Mayor Brian Marl gave a weekly address on video Wednesday. The video wasn't public for all to see, nor was it embeddable.
You may be able to...

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Tuesday, 2020 Jun 16th

Saline City Council met for 5 hours and 21 minutes Monday night to discuss multiple issues.

Here's a brief summary of Monday's activities...

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Friday, 2020 Jun 12th

City of Saline Manager Todd Campbell is resigning.

Campbell has served the city in this role since 2008.

Saline City Council will...

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The COVID-19 "State of Emergency" is over in Washtenaw County.

According to a news release issued Friday, the county's Board of...

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Thursday, 2020 Jun 11th

Construction on  I-94 in Washtenaw and Wayne counties begins Monday, June 15, and is expected to continue until late fall.

The...

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Wednesday, 2020 Jun 10th

The Washtenaw County Road Commission re-opened the intersection of Ann Arbor-Saline and Wagner roads in Lodi Township Wednesday.

Work began...

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In mid-March, Pittsfield Township compiled an administrative emergency response protocol to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic. With the sudden...

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Friday, 2020 Jun 05th

Saline Supports Our Community has organized what they’ve billed as a “peaceful protest” in downtown Saline Friday evening...

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Thursday, 2020 Jun 04th

Monday, 2020 Jun 01st

The future of the wastewater treatment plant, the city budget and water and sewer rates are the main topics of discussion as Saline City Council...

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Thursday, 2020 May 28th

There will be intermittent lane closures the week of June 1, 2020 on Regents Park Court, east of Lohr Road, for a road resurfacing project. ...

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To make life easier on families who need to stay home during the pandemic, Michigan families who participate in the Supplemental Nutrition...

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Governor Gretchen Whitmer today signed Executive Order 2020-106, which extends the deadline for Michigan residents to pay back taxes and avoid...

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