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Save Our Pools is biding its time with the hopes that a city-wide millage to keep all eight pools open will be voted on in next year's elections.
Two millage proposals will appear on the Aug. 7 ballots of all Wayne County voters.
Dearborn judicial candidates tell the Detroit Free Press they were surprised by the ratings they received from the Detroit Metropolitan Bar Association.
Tafelski, who voted against Deep, said he would make a good candidate for another city commission.
Elections, Local Connections
Ratings for Dearborn residents running for judge seats ranged from well-qualified to not qualified.
Council President Tom Tafelski denied Said Deep from reappointment with a single vote at the shorthanded council meeting after refusing to table the resolution.
In our first Red Mitten survey, more than half of the respondents say they disagree with Republican Gov. Rick Snyder’s decision to veto a GOP-backed bill that requires photo ID for first-time voter registration or to obtain an absentee ballot.
The sewer separation project is expected to be completed in 2013.
Marcin, a University of Michigan Ph D. student, is running for office for the first time.
Woronchak, a Dearborn native, is an incumbent Wayne County commissioner and former state representative.
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