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Monday, 2018 Jul 09th

Every month, more than 300 people visit Saline Area Social Service for food and assistance.

Thanks in large part to the Washtenaw Urban...

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Wednesday, 2018 Jul 04th

With a tiny budget, Saline's Arts and Culture Committee continues to promote creativity and beauty in the City of Saline.

Kathy Krone,...

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Tuesday, 2018 Jun 26th

Saline City Council inched closer to putting a property tax increase proposal on the November election ballot.

Mayor Brian Marl sought...

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Sunday, 2018 Jun 24th

Thursday, 2018 Jun 21st

Wednesday, 2018 Jun 20th

Problems with Saline’s wastewater treatment plant (WWTP) go back many years. Though it was out of site – out of mind for many residents, those...

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Friday, 2018 Jun 15th

Saline City Council took another step closer to putting a five-year, one-mill tax for road construction on the ballot in the November general...

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Wednesday, 2018 Jun 13th

The City of Saline has hired Rich & Associates to conduct a Downtown Parking Study.  The results of the study will assist in determining...

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Tuesday, 2018 Jun 12th

City residents woke up to reduced water pressure Tuesday morning. Fortunately, it won't result in a boil water advisory this time.

"The...

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Thursday, 2018 Jun 07th

Wednesday, 2018 Jun 06th

MDOT reported today that 16 people died on Michigan roadways since last week, making a total of 336 this year.  In addition, 121 more were...

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Tuesday, 2018 Jun 05th

On Wednesday, June 6, 2018, at approximately 9 a.m., the Washtenaw County Road Commission (WCRC) will close Textile Road...

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Monday, 2018 Jun 04th

On Tuesday, June 5, 2018, at approximately 7 a.m., the Washtenaw County Road Commission will close Willis Road between Saline...

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Sunday, 2018 Jun 03rd

Mayor Brian Marl announced additional office hours during the months of June and July.

“I’ve conducted regular office hours for the past...

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Friday, 2018 May 25th

Toward the end of this week’s city council meeting, Mayor Brian Marl brought up several...

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Tuesday, 2018 May 22nd

Saline City Attorney Scott Smith officially resigned his position at Monday night’s city council...

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Monday, 2018 May 21st

On May 21, at approximately 12:30 p.m., an over-flow of sanitary sewer gray water was discovered. 

Saline DPW crews arrived on...

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