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Plymouth Proud

This blog celebrates longtime Plymouth residents, and gives a snapshot of them both then, and now. This blog is the brainchild of Mr. Ken Garner, a longtime Plymouth resident, and former photographer for the Plymouth Observer. Flag as Inappropriate

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Just a short thought to get the word out quickly about anything in your neighborhood.
Share something with your neighbors. What's on your mind? What's on your mind? Make an announcement, speak your mind, or sell something
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Russell Ash/ Photo By Ken Garner
Nan Cooper May 28, 2014 at 10:39 am
did Mr. Ash have any family in Plymouth?
Ken Garner May 28, 2014 at 11:22 pm
Russell-family of 2 girls and 3 boys live in this area. he is in contact with them on a weeklyRead More basic.
Left to right:  Frank Phillips, Duke Ellington, and Dennis Campbell.
Dale Behler April 26, 2014 at 03:24 pm
I think this site will be very interesting to follow. Plymouth is a great city and I'm proud toRead More call it my hometown. I was born in a home still located at the northwest corner of Ann Arbor Trail and Hamilton St. in 1934. My dad, Harold Behler, owned and operated Plymouth Dairy at that time which was located in a small building behind our house. We moved to 266 Irvin St. in 1936 and that is the house I grew up in. I graduated from Plymouth High (closed) in 1952, and Michigan State in 1956. My first wife of 50 years, Clarice, passed away in 2005, and I was re-married in 2008 to Jeannene ("JJ"). I'm retired from Chrysler Financial Corp. and after living in Lake Pointe Village 47 years we sold our home there in 2012 and moved to Homosassa, Florida. But we still spend our summers in Plymouth/Canton and I retain my membership in the Plymouth Optimist Club..
Gordie Bardeleben, Darryl Bazman, and Frank Barkovich. Without these guys, nobody gets their order right!
Sarah Catherine Pursell April 23, 2014 at 09:09 pm
Thanks for sharing your experience Bryan! I know alot of these guys because they frequent at myRead More families business and we weren't able to attend a fry because we had to work. This made it feel like we were there!
Bryan Bentley April 23, 2014 at 10:37 pm
Thank you Sarah! :)
Reaume & Conzelman stumble under questioning from a longtime Plymouth Township taxpayer.
Duane Zantop April 21, 2014 at 04:25 pm
I cannot believe my eyes, my fourth reworded request was turned over to the Township attorney. WhyRead More won't the at least try to answer questions.
Hugh Jass April 21, 2014 at 09:19 pm
Section 15.240 subsection 10 of the 1976 FOIA states the following: "(7) If the circuit courtRead More determines in an action commenced under this section that the public body has arbitrarily and capriciously violated this act by refusal or delay in disclosing or providing copies of a public record, the court shall award, in addition to any actual or compensatory damages, punitive damages in the amount of $500.00 to the person seeking the right to inspect or receive a copy of a public record. The damages shall not be assessed against an individual, but shall be assessed against the next succeeding public body that is not an individual and that kept or maintained the public record as part of its public function." Mr. Zantop, since you have been persistent and you initiated the request, I implore you to contact the Michigan Attorney General. I am contacting the State Auditor and providing as compelling an argument as I can for the auditor to conduct a thorough investigation of funds. Notably, where are the monies for the Independence Day activities, who got paid what during the "ol' switcheroo" of a land development on North Territorial that was approved for residential and suddenly was "converted" to a private school, etc. Quite frankly, I am more than pissed off by the incompetency of this administration.
Barry Matherly April 22, 2014 at 09:55 am
I think this an example of one party rule, not unlike Wayne County. Absolute power corrupts,Read More republicans and democrats alike. Unless there are substantive debates and serious challenges in the voting booth, there is very little to hold them accountable.
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