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Washtenaw County, Michigan

New Housing Access for Washtenaw County (HAWC) website online

New Housing Access for Washtenaw County (HAWC) website online

www.housingaccess.net is one-stop portal for housing providers, those needing housing assistance, and updates on the Zero:2016 campaign.

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Deputy saves life of heroin overdose victim just 7 days after learning to use Naloxone

Deputy saves life of heroin overdose victim just 7 days after learning to use Naloxone

Just seven days after being trained and equipped with Naloxone, Deputy Bynum of the Washtenaw County Sheriff’s Office was able to identify, administer, and ultimately save the life of someone in the midst of an overdose from heroin.

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Public Comment Period Open - 2014-2015 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report (CAPER) through Urban County

Starting Aug. 28, 2015, the Public Comment Period is open for those interested in responding to the 2014-2015 Consolidated Annual Performance and Evaluation Report through Sept. 28, 2015

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Sharon Mills County Park: Planning for the Future

Sharon Mills County Park: Planning for the Future

One of the most beautiful properties in the County’s parks system is poised to become even more exceptional. Sharon Mills County Park, located in southwest Washtenaw County, is known for its elegant, Greek-revival mill and picturesque setting along the River Raisin.

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Youth MHFA August Class Rescheduled

The Youth Mental Health First Aid session originally scheduled for August has been postponed to September 23 and 24.

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Become a Washtenaw County Certified Master Composter!

Become a Washtenaw County Certified Master Composter!

7-week course, begins September 30, 2015. Transform yard debris and kitchen scraps into a nutrient-rich, natural soil amendment. Learn to compost with red worms, compost tea and other agents. This program is coordinated by Project Grow and is designed for the general public, for Master Gardeners to continue their organic gardening education, and as a follow-up to the Project Grow’s Organic Gardener Certificate series. Michigan Master Composter certification is available if you pass the take-home exam and volunteer 10 hours in the community.

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