Government

Thursday, 2016 Jul 21st

The Saline City Council meeting of July 18 was abbreviated, perhaps because the July Fourth holiday forced the semimonthly meetings to only one...

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Your evening commute may be a little more complicated.

According to an alert from Pittsfield Township, Michigan Avenue will remain closed...

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Wednesday, 2016 Jul 20th

Treasurer and Business Ambassador Micki Jo Bennett (left) with Michelle Parkkonen, Manager of 'Redevelopment Ready Communities'  for the MEDC, speak to the Saline City Council.

On July 18, Saline City Council heard a presentation about the...

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The Saline Parks Commission is accepting nominations for the Green Thumb Award until July 31.

The Green Thumb Award is designed to...

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Tuesday, 2016 Jul 19th

On Tuesday, July 19, 2016, the Washtenaw County Road Commission will close the Weber Road Bridge over the Tributary to Saline River due to...

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Friday, 2016 Jul 15th

(Submitted by City of Saline Manager Todd Campbell)

Another week of progress completed on the Michigan Ave project.  We have been blessed...

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Plans for a ranch-style condominium development at 207 Monroe Street have moved another step forward. In Monday’s meeting, the Saline City Council...

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Wednesday, 2016 Jul 13th

After more than two decades, Saline may be about to get its own hotel. In a special work session Monday night, Saline City Council members heard a...

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Tuesday, 2016 Jul 12th

(Click the photo and save the image to see a full size version of the road maintenance plan)

(Submitted by the Washtenaw County Road Commission)

(Click the photo and save the image to...

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Old Maude loading for return trip to Ypsilanti. Waiting room in middle of Union Block, now Mac's Acadian Seafood Shack Restaurant. Photo taken between 1900-1920. (Saline Area Historical Society)

It is now possible to purchase a piece of history from the days of Saline’s Interurban trolley, “Old Maude.” During the reconstruction of Michigan...

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Friday, 2016 Jul 08th

(Submitted by City of Saline DPW Director Jeff Fordice)

Underground utility work and streetscape work continue...

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Tuesday, 2016 Jul 05th

Mark Lewis signs documents after city planners approved a 17-condo development on South Monroe Street

At the recent Saline Planning Commission meeting, planners cleared the way for Evangelical Homes of Michigan to take ownership of the former...

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Wednesday, 2016 Jun 29th

(Submitted by City Manager Todd Campbell)

The Fourth of July holiday weekend is almost upon us.  MDOT rules require the...

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Tuesday, 2016 Jun 28th

Among the discoveries unearthed by Saline’s Michigan Avenue makeover were sections of pipe made out of lead. The water main itself, which is over...

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Sunday, 2016 Jun 26th

As usual, the items on this week’s Saline City Council agenda were many and varied. Sesquicentennial fireworks, changes in the office of the...

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Friday, 2016 Jun 24th

(Submitted by City of Saline Manager Todd Campbell)

Another week of good weather continues to help Hoffman Bros...

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Thursday, 2016 Jun 23rd

This year’s celebration of the Saline Sesquicentennial will include a number of events, but one drawing a lot of excitement is the planned October...

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Thursday, 2016 Jun 16th

Saline City Council met Monday night to discuss a variety of issues including the budget for fiscal year 2017, a Girl Scout project in Mill Pond...

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Tuesday, 2016 Jun 14th

The primary issue on the agenda for the first June meeting of the Saline Planning Commission was a public hearing for a proposal to rezone 207...

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Friday, 2016 Jun 10th

Saline City Council met for a work session on Monday night to discuss a proposed parking analysis in the northwest quadrant of the downtown four...

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