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Ice Showdates set
The Wayne-Westland Parks and
Recreation Ice Show will take place at 7:30
p.m. tomorrow, at 6:30 p.m. Saturday and at
2:30 p.m. Sunday, April 26-28 at the Wayne
Community Center, 4635HoweRoad.
Tickets for the showare $7 for adults and
$6 for seniors or children.
Figure skating clinic will take place at
the Community Center Ice Arena from 4:30-
5:30 p.m. onSaturday, April 27.
The clinic is designed for any skaters
interested in joining the team for next sea-
son. All ages and skating levels are wel-
New synchronized and compulsory
teams are forming.
For more information, call Julie
Marchand, (734) 721-7400.
RoadRally tickets nowon sale
The Belleville Area Chamber of
Commerce is now selling tickets for the
Tour de Belleville RoadRally planned for 1
p.m. April 27. The rally will begin at
Edward Jones, 6093RawsonvilleRoad.
The event is a test of skill on public roads
and challenges teams of competitors with
puzzle solving and finding destinations.
There are checkpoints with along the route
with teams being scored on puzzle solving
and arriving at all the destinations.
Tickets are $30 per person and includes
For more information, or to reserve tick-
ets, call (734) 697-7151/
Author speaks at library
Tim Wendel, author of the award-win-
ning book, Summer of 68: The Season that
Changed Baseball and America Forever
will speak at the Plymouth District Library
at 1 p.m. this Sunday, April 28. This non-fic-
work captures the tumultuous atmos-
phere in America that year. In the sports
world, 1968 was viewed as The Year of the
Pitcher. It was a season that saw such leg-
ends as Bob Gibson, Denny McLain, Don
Drysdale and Luis Tiant set new standards
for excellence on themound.
The Michigan Notable Book program
recognizes 20 books each year, selected by
the Library of Michigan, that focus on
Michigan people, places or events. For
more information on this programgo to:
gan Pre-registration is requested online for
this free program at www.plymouthlibrary.
org or call (734) 453-0750,ext. 4.
CommunityGarden plots available
Plots in the Van Buren Park Community
Garden are available to grow vegetables,
fruits, herbs and flowers at a seasonal
rental fee $25,
The plots will be available from May 15
until Oct. 15. Rental will include an annual
pass toVanBurenPark.
Formore information, call (734) 699-8921.
Old Village sets sales
The annual Yard and Trunk Sale in Old
Village of Plymouth will take place from 8
a.m. until 3 p.m. April 28.
The sales will take place throughout the
historic section of the city. Residents who
may want to participate can email Mark
Oppat at to be placed
on the map of sales sites. Oppat requests
that sellers mention what items they will be
Oppat suggests that sellers put out their
own signs at their location the morning of
the sale. He said that the event draws a
large crowd.
The Trunk Sale will take place in the
lower parking lot of Station 885 restaurant
which is open to the public. There is a
charge of $15 to rent a parking space to sell
unwanted items from the trunk of a car.
Extra space canbe rented for $10.
More information is available at the
email address above or at (734) 207-2346.
Student art showplanned
The fifth annual student art show in the
Plymouth Canton Community Schools will
take place from 4-8 p.m. April 27 and 1-4
p.m. April 28 at PlymouthHighSchool.
More than 2,000 pieces of artwork from
students in kindergarten through 12th
gradewill be on exhibit. Theworks are cho-
sen by the visual arts staff based on compo-
sition, creativity, focus, craftsmanship and
Refreshments will be provided by stu-
dents of the district culinary arts program.
The show this year is dedicated to Kathy
Levi, a long time district art teacher who
died inDecember.
Pancake breakfast to helpRelay for Life
TeamAngels will host the second annual
pancake breakfast to raise money and sup-
port for the Relay for Life, the signature
fundraiser of theAmericanCancer Society.
The breakfast is set for 8 to 11 a.m.
Saturday, April 27, at Community United
Methodist Church, 11160Olive St., Romulus
The meal will include pancakes, eggs,
sausage, breakfast potatoes and beverages.
Cash donations will be accepted with all
proceeds going toRelay for Life.
Raffle tickets and Relay for Life mer-
chandise (luminaria bags and footprints)
will be available.
Romulus-based Team Angels partici-
pates in the Relay for Life at Taylor's
Heritage Park. This year the Taylor Relay is
set for 10 a.m. May 18 to 10 a.m. May 19.
Members of Team Angels include Lisa
Laura, Rae and Kourtney Lipkowski,
Donna Wreford, Sharon Lindemuth, Nancy
Holcomb Annie Hall and Janice Lake. For
more information, call Rae Lipkowski at
(734) 674-1533.
Movie palaces discussed
Author Michael Hauser will present
Detroit's Downtown Movie Palaces at 6:30
p.m. April 29 at theRomulus PublicLibrary.
The discussion and book signing will
include information about the dozen movie
palaces in Grand Circus Park with more
than 26,000 seats, five of which remain
operational and fully restored today.
Registration for the free event is avail-
able at the library circulation desk or by
calling (734) 942-7589. Space is limited.
The library is located at 11121 Wayne
Road in Romulus. The discussion is spon-
soredby theFriends of theLibrary.
Rotary celebrates champs
The Romulus Rotary Club is sponsoring
a Championship Banquet for the Romulus
2013 Michigan Class A. Champion basket-
ball team beginning at 6:30 p.m. April 29 at
the Progressive Club, 11580 Ozga Road in
The cost is $20 per person for tickets
available by calling Ron Hopson, (734) 941-
3635 or Bill Kren, (734) 276-1455.
Democrats serve chili
WestlandDemocratic Clubmembers will
be hosting a chili cook-off at 7 p.m. Tuesday,
April 30, at Dorsey Center, 32715 Dorsey at
Venoy, between Palmer and Michigan
Avenue, inWestland.
For more information, contact club pres-
ident Nan Melke at (734) 674-7327 or by
Bowlers aid animal shelter
The ninth annual Nine-Pin No-Tap
Bowling Tournament to support the
Romulus Animal Shelter is scheduled for
Friday, May 3, at Romulus Lanes, 37452
Admission is $25 and space is limited.
The night includes women's and men's
mystery games, snacks, cash prizes and a
50/50 raffle.
Registration begins at 6:30 p.m. with
bowling starting at 7:30.
To reserve a spot or get more informa-
tion, call Romulus Lanes at (734) 941-6200,
Councilman William Wadsworth at (734)
941-0616 or JoeOzog at (734) 941-3466.
The night is dedicated to the memory of
Frank Ayers, an ardent supporter of the
Romulus Animal Shelter.
The shelter, located at 12300 Wayne
Road, provides temporary housing for dogs
and cats. The facility operates mainly on
donations and volunteerism. All money
raised goes directly to the shelter.
PinkDelicious Tea
From 2-4 p.m. Sunday, May 5 everything
will be pink at the Plymouth Historical
Museum during its "Pink Delicious Tea"--a
tea party for children, dolls, and their
escorts. Fun activities include a make and
take craft, dressing up for a glamour photo,
and story telling.
The activity time will follow a Victorian-
style tea complete with tea sandwiches and
desserts fromJoe's Deli. The tea that will be
served is "Strawberries&Cream," anherbal
tea. Tickets for the tea are $30 for one adult
and one child and $18 each for additional
people and can be purchased at the
Plymouth Historical Museum during open
hours or on its website using PayPal
( h t t p : / / www. p l y m o u t h h i s t o r y.
o r g / e v e n t s / P i n k - D e l i c i o u s -
Children must be accompanied by an
Ticket holders can come at 1 p.m. to
enjoy touring the special exhibit "Made in
Church rummage sale planned
First Methodist Church Of Wayne-
Westland members are planning a rum-
mage sale from9 a.m. until 4 p.m. today and
tomorrow and from 9 a.m. until noon on
April 27.
Saturday is also Bag Day when a grocery
bag full of items will cost $2 and a plastic
lawnbag full of itemswill cost only $5.
There will be home-made baked goods
and refreshments available for sale.
The church is located at 3 Town Square,
Wayne, across fromtheWaynePost Office.
For more information call the church at
(734) 722-4801.
The building is handicap accessible.
There is no admission charge.
April 25, 2013
April 16, 2013
A Regular Meeting of the City Council was held Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. at
Wayne City Hall, 3355 S. Wayne Rd. MEMBERS PRESENT: Haidous, Damitio, Monit,
Rhaesa, Hawley. MEMBERS ABSENT: Dobrowolski, Henley. Presentation of James J.
Poplin Award to Kurt Kuban. APPROVED: minutes of regular meeting of April 2; held
public hearing for Comm. Redev. Dist. #2013-01 and 2013 Special Assessment Roll;
request to proclaim Friday, April 26 as Arbor Day in Wayne; Site Plan #2013-02; bid
award to Superior Ground Cover for engineered wood fiber; reappointment of Hal
Hultman to Dangerous Buildings Appeal Board until Feb. 2016; accept resignation of Art
Carpenter from Historical Comm., Gloria Rowland to Historical Comm. until July 2014;
resolution concerning ballot language to change Mayor's elected term from 2 to 4 year
term; payment to National League of Cities for 2013-2014 membership dues; 3rd year of
contract with MBH Marketing; lot split at 4065 Randolph St.;call public hearing for May
7, 2013 at 8:00 p.m. for proposed FY '13-'14 Budget & Millage Rates; donation of two
computers to Nankin Transit; consent calendar. Received and filed Communications and
Reports. Adjourned at 9:11 p.m.
Jennifer A. Wagner
Publish: April 25, 2013
Deputy City Clerk
PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the City Council of the City of Wayne, Wayne
County, Michigan will hold a public hearing to take testimony and discuss the City's
Budget for July 1, 2013 through June 30, 2014. The public hearing will be held on
Tuesday, May 7, 2013 at 8:00 o'clock in the evening, at the Wayne City Hall, 3355 S.
Wayne Road, Wayne, Michigan, 48184. This hearing is being held pursuant to Section 16
of the Uniform Budgeting and Accounting Act (Truth in Budgeting, MCL 141.436).
Last Fiscal Year (July 1, 2012 through June 30, 2013), the City of Wayne levied
15.0000 mills for operating purposes, .9620 mills for retirement, .9999 mills for recre-
ation, 1.0000 mill for public safety, 1.0000 mill for police, 1.0000 mill for the road pro-
gram, .9999 mills for library purposes, and 2.0000 mills for Solid Waste. The proposed FY
2013-2014 Budget recommends 15.0000 mills for operating purposes, .9620 mills for
retirement, .9999 mills for recreation, 1.0000 mill for public safety, 1.0000 mill for police,
1.0000 mill for the road program, .9999 mills for library purposes, and 3.0000 mills for
Solid Waste.
A copy of the proposed budget is available at: City Clerk's Office, Wayne City Hall,
from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 3355 S. Wayne Rd., Wayne,
Michigan, 48184, Telephone: (734) 722-2000.
This Notice is given by order of the City Council for the City of Wayne, Michigan.
This notice is published by:
City of Wayne
3355 S. Wayne Road
Wayne, Michigan 48184
Jennifer A. Wagner
Publish: April 25, 2013
Deputy City Clerk
APRIL 25, 2013
1150 CANTON CENTER S., CANTON, MI 48188 (734) 394-5225
On or about May 17, 2013 the Charter Township of Canton will submit a request to the US Department of Housing and
Urban Development for the release of Community Development Block Grant funds under Title I of the Housing and Community
Development Act of 1974
as amended, to undertake the following projects
PROJECT 1: Housing Rehabilitation, $100,000.00 for
the purpose of repairing residential homes. PROJECT 2: ADA Improvements to Township Facilities, $ 185,000 for the purpose of
bringing township facilities into ADA compliance. Canton Township will perform a second tier environmental review on each specific
property that is selected for the residential home repairs and this information will be kept in a file for documentation purposes.
The activities proposed are categorically excluded under HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58 from National Environmental
Policy Act requirements— An Environmental Review Record (ERR) that documents the environmental determinations for this project
is on file at the Finance Department
1150 Canton Center S, Canton MI 48188 where ERR can be examined. This document may be
examined or copied weekdays between 9 A.M. and 4 P.M.
Any individual, group, or agency may submit written comments on the ERR to the Finance Dept, 1150 Canton Center S.,
Canton MI 48188. All comments received by May 17, 2013 will be considered by Canton Township prior to authorizing submission of
a request for release of funds.
The Charter Township of Canton certifies to HUD that Philip J. LaJoy in his capacity as Township Supervisor consents to
accept the jurisdiction of the Federal Courts if an action is brought to enforce responsibilities in relation to the environmental review
process and that these responsibilities have been satisfied. HUD’s approval of the certification satisfies its responsibilities under NEPA
and related laws and authorities, and allows Canton Township to use Program funds.
HUD will consider objections to its release of funds and the Charter Township of Canton certification received by May 17,
2013 or for a period of fifteen days following its actual receipt of the request (whichever is later) only if they are on one of the follow-
ing bases: (a) the certification was not executed by the Certifying Officer of the Charter Township of Canton; (b) the Charter Township
of Canton has omitted a step or failed to make a decision or finding required by HUD regulations at 24 CFR Part 58; (c) the grant recip-
ient or other participants in the project have committed funds or incurred costs not authorized by 24 CFR Part 58 before approval of a
release of funds by HUD
or (d) another Federal agency acting pursuant to 40 CFR Part 1504 has submitted a written finding that the
project is unsatisfactory from the standpoint of environmental quality. Objections must be prepared and submitted in accordance with
the required procedures (24 CFR Part 58) and shall be addressed to HUD at McNamara Federal Building, 477 Michigan Avenue, Detroit
MI 48226. Potential objectors should contact HUD to verify the actual last day of the objection period.
Philip J. LaJoy, Township Supervisor
Publish: April 25, 2013
EC042513-0735 2.5 x 5.25
Charter Township of Canton Board Proceedings-April 16, 2013
Motion by Bennett, supported by Sneideman to move from open ses-
sion to closed session at 6:30 p.m. to discuss purchase of property. Motion carried by all members present.
Roll Call
Members Present:
Anthony, Bennett, LaJoy, Sneideman, Williams (arrived at 6:47 p.m.) Members Absent: McLaughlin, Yack Staff Present:
Director Bilbrey-Honsowetz, Director Trumbull, Director Faas, Director Mutchler Motion by Bennett, supported by Williams to move
from closed session to open session at 7:06 p.m. Motion carried by all members present. A regular study meeting of the Board of Trustees
of the Charter Township of Canton held Tuesday, April 16, 2013 at 1150 Canton Center S., Canton, Michigan. Supervisor LaJoy called
the meeting to order at 7:06 p.m. and led the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call
Members Present: Anthony, Bennett, LaJoy, Sneideman,
Williams Members Absent: McLaughlin, Yack Staff Present: Director Bilbrey-Honsowetz, Director Trumbull, Director Faas, Director
Adoption of Agenda
Motion by Bennett, seconded by Williams to approve the agenda as presented. Motion carried by all
members present.
STUDY SESSION TOPIC Item 1. 2013 Goals
Supervisor LaJoy stated a study meeting was held previously to
ensure that Canton remained Canton. The goals discussed at that study session were as follows: Strengthen Operational Efficiency,
Maintain Financial Stability, Develop the Workforce, Provide High Quality Services, Promote the Community, Educate and Inform
Residents. The Board has refined the goals discussed previously. Every department has an involvement in achieving these goals. The
chart breaks down the goals for each department. Updates will be made to the status as needed. Supervisor LaJoy stated he would like
to implement Strategic Planning, as well as a visionary plan in 2014.
: George Miller, 1946 Briarfield, inquired regarding equip-
ment in police vehicles and the lead clean up at the range.
Motion by Bennett, supported by Anthony at 8:00 p.m. to adjourn.
Motion carried by all members present. – Philip LaJoy, Supervisor – Terry G. Bennett, Clerk –
Copies of the complete text of the Board Minutes are available at the Clerk’s office of the Charter Township of Canton, 1150 S. Canton
Center Rd, Canton, MI 48188, during regular business hours and can also be accessed through our web site after
Board Approval. Publish: April 25, 2013
EC042513-0736 2.5 x 2.595
The Charter Township of Canton will provide necessary reasonable auxiliary aids and services, such as signers for the hearing impaired
and audio tapes of printed materials being considered at the meeting, to individuals with disabilities at the meeting/hearing upon two
weeks notice to the Charter Township of Canton. Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should contact the
Charter Township of Canton by writing or calling the following:
Gwyn Belcher, ADA Coordinator
Charter Township of Canton, 1150 S. Canton Center Road
Canton, MI 48188
(734) 394-5260
Published: April 25, 2013
EC042513-0734 2.5 x 1.557
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