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Welcome to CPCS: Greenhills School

Welcome to CPCS: Greenhills School

Greenhills School has joined the Community Partners for Clean Streams program. We welcome them and appreciate all the work that they do to conserve energy, manage stormwater and create wildlife habitat.

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Sharon Mills Park Site Master Plan - Open House

Sharon Mills Park Site Master Plan - Open House

This past June, the Parks Commission adopted the Sharon Mills County Park Site Master Plan to guide future development over the next ten years and beyond. The Master Plan defines an overall vision for the park; sets goals and objectives for the physical development of the site; and establishes development phases and sets priorities.

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Sharon Mills Park Site Master Plan - Open House

Sharon Mills Park Site Master Plan - Open House

This past June, the Parks Commission adopted the Sharon Mills County Park Site Master Plan to guide future development over the next ten years and beyond. The Master Plan defines an overall vision for the park; sets goals and objectives for the physical development of the site; and establishes development phases and sets priorities.

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WCSO announces another Medication Take Back Event in Washtenaw County

WCSO announces another Medication Take Back Event in Washtenaw County

On Saturday, October 8, from 10AM to 2PM, the Ann Arbor Police Department and the Division of Pain Research (UM, Department of Anesthesiology) are hosting a medication take back event in the Pioneer High School Parking Lot.

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Vets Park Rain Garden Planting Day!

Vets Park Rain Garden Planting Day!

Thanks to the volunteers organized by GIVE 365 from Stantec, we planted the Vets Park Rain Garden yesterday afternoon! Thank you for your enthusiasm, hard work and diligence. The rain garden looks great.

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Public Notice - County Administrator Tally & District 9 Commissioner Tally

The scoring charts and rankings for both the County Administrator (9/21/16) and the District 9 Commissioner (9/8/16) are below:

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Welcome to the Waste Knot program, HighScope!

Welcome to the Waste Knot program, HighScope!

HighScope Educational Research Foundation of Ypsilanti has been admitted as the newest member of the County's Waste Knot Program! At HighScope, staff goes above and beyond to practice the "3-Rs - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" for as many materials as possible, from the office areas all the way to the kitchen, creating a truly waste-conscious culture. Keep up the great work, and we look forward to working with you within the Environmental Excellence Partnership Program!

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Welcome to the Waste Knot program, HighScope!

Welcome to the Waste Knot program, HighScope!

HighScope Educational Research Foundation of Ypsilanti has been admitted as the newest member of the County's Waste Knot Program! At HighScope, staff goes above and beyond to practice the "3-Rs - Reduce, Reuse, Recycle" for as many materials as possible, from the office areas all the way to the kitchen, creating a waste-conscious culture. Keep up the great work, and we look forward to working with you! Learn more at www.ewashtenaw.org/e2p2

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2nd Annual Purple Run

2nd Annual Purple Run

On October 15, 2016, the U-M Police Department in conjunction with the Washtenaw County Prosecutor's Office will hold the 2nd Annual Purple Run.

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2016 Distinguished Assessment Jurisdiction Award

2016 Distinguished Assessment Jurisdiction Award

Washtenaw County Equalization Department was awarded the 2016 Michigan Assessors Association: “Distinguished Assessment Jurisdiction Award”. Michigan has over 1,500 jurisdictions that were eligible for the award.

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Public Feedback for County Administrator Vacancy

We want your feedback! The public will have an opportunity to submit feedback regarding the County Administrator Vacancy throughout the entire hiring process.

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County Administrator Applications, Hiring Process, and Interview Questions

At the September 14, 2016 Special Meeting, the BOC approved the resolution outlining the hiring process and timeline for filling the Washtenaw County Administrator vacancy.

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Washtenaw County Clean Up Days - October 1 & October 15

Washtenaw County Clean Up Days - October 1 & October 15

The Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner’s Office and Board of Public Works, as well as several community partners, will be sponsoring two Environmental Clean Up Days for Washtenaw County residents this fall. These events provide an opportunity for residents to dispose of many unwanted household items in a safe and sustainable manner.

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WCSO Shop with a Cop Fundraiser

WCSO Shop with a Cop Fundraiser

Come support a great cause with great food at Buffalo Wild Wings in Ann Arbor (3150 Boardwalk Drive) on Wednesday, October 5, 2016. On this day, 20% of purchases *accompanied by the certificate below will be donated to WCSO Shop with a Cop!

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Help Youth Stay Tobacco and Nicotine Free in the New School Year

Help Youth Stay Tobacco and Nicotine Free in the New School Year

Promote smoke-free spaces and connect youth to 1-800-QUIT-NOW

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Welcome to CPCS: Arbor Brewing Company, Corner Brewery!

Welcome to CPCS: Arbor Brewing Company, Corner Brewery!

ABC Corner Brewery has joined the Community Partners for Clean Streams program. By taking action to prevent pollution from reaching our waterways, ABC has proven to be an innovative new partner. Learn more about CPCS at www.ewashtenaw.org/e2p2

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Welcome to CPCS: Arbor Brewing Company, Corner Brewery!

Welcome to CPCS: Arbor Brewing Company, Corner Brewery!

ABC Corner Brewery has joined the Community Partners for Clean Streams program. By taking action to prevent pollution from reaching our waterways, ABC has proven to be an innovative new partner. Learn more about CPCS at www.ewashtenaw.org/e2p2

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Continue to fight the bite!

Continue to fight the bite!

Washtenaw County Public Health has confirmed the first human case of West Nile virus in a county resident this year. In addition, a dead crow found in the county recently tested positive for the virus. West Nile is a mosquito-borne virus that can cause illness in humans, birds and other animals.

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2016 Continuum of Care Funding Application Submission

The process is intended to renew approximately $5.5 million in CoC funding, as well as apply for $278,344 in new funds.

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