Mayor Brian Turnbull
Rosie the Riveters and COVID news
06/17/2021
My mother was one of the riveters, as were other women in Northville. COVID-19 cases decline.
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Council hears task force plans for Ford Field
06/10/2021
Council also decides to continue opting out of having marijuana establishments in city.
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Officer Michael Petri is among the officers encouraging drivers and passengers to buckle up.
Wear seat belts to reduce fatalities
05/13/2021
Wearing a seat belt is the law and it can save your life in a traffic accident.
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Graphic of medical personnel running with a vaccine. (Courtesy of Wayne County)
One less roadblock to getting a vaccine
05/13/2021
Homebound residents, 16 years and older, can get a vaccine in their own residence.
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The parking lot is in disrepair at Tipping Point Theatre.
Two central lots will be improved
05/06/2021
While two parking lots are being repaved, there's plenty of nearby parking at a deck and area lots.
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Andrew Krenz is sworn into office by Judge James Plakas.
Andrew Krenz appointed to open seat
04/29/2021
The mayor and council thanked all candidates for their interest in serving.
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Officers Barber and Vernon show the new autism care kits on board police vehicles.
Police worked with autism nonprofits to launch program
04/22/2021
The new program and kit helps create a bond with people who have autism.
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Rain against the window. Photo from Pexels: Brianna Martinez
Saving up for a rainy day takes on new meaning
04/15/2021
Recycled rainwater can be used to water your lawn, water non-edible plants and wash patio furniture or even your car.
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Taylor stands at the cafe counter, ready for your order.
Tea Gather has a welcoming space
04/06/2021
Tea Gather features natural and exotic tea inside, outside or to go.
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Poised to write a letter of interest.
Letters of interest are requested
04/06/2021
City Council is seeking letters of interest to fill an open City Council seat.
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Mayor Turnbull's City Council will fill the seat of Sam Ekong.
Ekong served nearly two terms
04/05/2021
He received kudos from his colleagues on council at the March 15 meeting.
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Graphic for vaccination clinic for Northville residents
Appointments for April 1 clinic are filled
04/01/2021
Residents from the City of Northville and Northville Township 18 years and older can book an appointment for the vaccine clinics at VaccinateNorthville.com.
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Stormy weather can lead to tornadoes
When weather gets extreme, be alert and prepared
03/22/2021
Update your knowledge of severe weather watches and warnings to be prepared for adverse conditions that can harm people and damage property.
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On Grace Street, north of 8 Mile, the sanitary sewer and storm sewer lines were replaced along with the water main prior to street replacement.
Goals and Objectives reviewed for 2021
01/14/2021
City Council approved an emergency road repair on Novi Street
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Stephanie McNees is the new Senior Services supervisor.
New leader aims to keep seniors engaged
12/15/2020
Her previous job as a DDA director gave her perfect training for this role.
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A view of the pond with the conduit to Johnson Creek on the left.
Johnson Creek bank rebuilding nears completion
11/25/2020
Live “stakes” planted along the creek will grow into full-sized trees over time.
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City Hall is located at 215 W. Main St.
City Hall will be open by appointment only
11/19/2020
Due to spike in coronavirus statewide, City Hall will open by appointment only
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Vote by absent voter ballot now through Nov. 3 or in person on Election Day.
Do you have a plan for voting in the General Election?
10/07/2020
Absent voter ballots will be mailed out as soon as possible after the request is made.
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The cleared banks of the Johnson Creek prior to replanting.
Native plants, fish passage will make a difference
10/05/2020
Newly created step pools between the pond and creek will enable fish to move freely.
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Native plants have deep roots that help retain water.
Managing stormwater and using native plants
06/26/2019
Develop ways for stormwater to soak back into the ground.
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The network is building bridges with other community services.
NYN broadens scope to help youth and teens thrive
04/23/2019
Thirty years of service to teens and their families now shifts to wider age span, holistic services.
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Keep your dog on a leash in public parks. (Dog Parks excluded)
Going on a run or walk with your dog?
03/04/2019
Bond with your dog at public parks but remember the leash.
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