Highway Maintenance is scheduled to return to the City starting on Tuesday, October 4, 2016 to continue power washing and start repairs. Signage will be posted if residents need to move cars and/or if driveway access will be temporarily restricted.
The installation of the yield signs at the roundabouts in Huron Farms/Orchard River Hills will occur the week of October 10, 2016. A majority of the preparation work has been completed. Signage will be placed at the Ryan Drive and Meadowview entrances to alert people to the new traffic control once it has been installed.
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The 2016 sidewalk project will begin the week of October 3, 2016. Residents in the project areas have been notified via letter. The project includes replacement of lifted sidewalk slabs, intersection ramp upgrades for compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, and the addition of a small section of sidewalk on Alpine.
Hydrant flushing for fall 2016 is complete.
The last day to register to vote for the November 8, 2016 election is Tuesday, October 11, 2016. City Staff will be holding two off site voter registration opportunities. The first will be at Walkabout Creek in the main office on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 from 4 pm to 6 pm. The second will be at Dexter High School in the counseling hallway on Thursday, September 29, 2016 from 11 am to 1 pm. Voter registration forms can also be turned in at the City Office located at 8123 Main (2nd floor of the PNC Bank).
Earlier today at Alpha Metal Finishing located at 8155 Huron, a 55 gallon drum fell off of the back of a chemical delivery truck, which caused a leak in the drum. The delivery area is located inside of the building. The Dexter Area Fire Department and Washtenaw County Hazmat Team responded to the site. The chemical is in Alpha Metal's chemical containment area, which prevents it from reaching the City stormwater or sewer system. Alpha Metal and two surrounding homes were evacuated as a precaution. The chemical is being cleaned up by the Hazmat Team.
Please remember that political signs must not be placed in the City right-of-way, which is generally the area between the sidewalk and the curb in front of your home/business. If you do not have a sidewalk, please keep the sign closer to your home/business than the road. Thank you for your cooperation.
The Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office will join other Law Enforcement Agencies across Michigan to reduce preventable rail related incidents as Governor Rick Snyder has proclaimed the week of September 11-17th, 2016 Rail Safety Week.
In the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office (WCSO) continued effort to build stronger relationships and trust with the community they serve, the WCSO will be hosting a three-part educational series consisting of six different topic areas.
Session One: September 14th at the Learning Resource Center in Ann Arbor (6-8pm) will discuss
Topic area 1 - Recruitment, Hiring & Promotion and Topic area 2 - New Employee Training/PTO