News from Across eWashtenaw

These news stories come from all departments and sections of eWashtenaw.

John Sting 6-19-14

John Sting 6-19-14

On 6/19/2014, the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office conducted a prostitution sting as part of the E.A.S.Y. project.

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John Sting 6-19-14

John Sting 6-19-14

On 6/19/2014, the Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office conducted a prostitution sting as part of the E.A.S.Y. project.

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State Representative Driskell to hold Public Meeting on Proposed Rover Pipeline in Western Washtenaw County

State Representative Gretchen Driskell (D-Saline) will be hosting an informational meeting on the ET Rover Pipeline project on Sunday, September 21, 2014 from 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. at Creekside Intermediate School cafeteria, 2615 Baker Road in Dexter and has invited local government officials and concerned residents to join her to discuss the natural gas pipeline project.

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Park It and Run! Early Bird Registration Extended!

We are extending the early bird registration fees for Park It and Run! 5K Run/Walk and 1 Mile Kids' Run/Walk through October 3rd!

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Special Assessment Payoff Information

Special Assessment Payoff Information

Effective October 1st, 2014 drain special assessments will be turned over to the local units of Government for processing. Thereafter, any annual debt payments on multiple year financing projects due this year will appear on the 2014 winter tax bill and will no longer be eligible for payoff. Please call the Water Resources Commissioner’s Office for more information regarding drain debt payoffs.

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Nexus Pipeline

Information for Citizens on the Nexus Pipeline

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ET Rover Pipeline

Information for Citizens on ET Rover Pipeline

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Enterovirus D68 - Michigan Information

Enterovirus D68 - Michigan Information

The Michigan Department of Community Health confirmed on Sept 19 that three Michigan specimens submitted to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention laboratory have tested positive for enterovirus D68 (EV-D68). Michigan has seen an increase in severe respiratory illness in children across the state. Washtenaw County Public Health is monitoring the situation. We will provide more information as it becomes available.

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Lyme Disease in Washtenaw: Frequently Asked Questions

Lyme Disease in Washtenaw: Frequently Asked Questions

All Washtenaw residents diagnosed with Lyme disease are reported to Washtenaw County Public Health. To date, there is no evidence that transmission of Lyme disease has occurred in Washtenaw County. In West Michigan, however, infected tick populations are present along the lakeshore. County residents may be exposed in other parts of Michigan or in other states.

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Deputy Visel & K-9 Karn earn United States Police Canine Association ‘Catch of the Quarter’ Award

Deputy Visel & K-9 Karn earn United States Police Canine Association ‘Catch of the Quarter’ Award

The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office Deputy Visel and K-9 Karn has been awarded "catch-of-the-quarter" award by the United States Police Canine Association. K-9 Karn was recognized for his ability to track down a probation absconder in a heavily wooded and overgrown area.

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Leslie Park Golf Course/Traver Creek Restoration

Leslie Park Golf Course/Traver Creek Restoration

Working in partnership with the City of Ann Arbor and the Leslie Park Golf Course, we have completed a yearlong restoration of Traver Creek. This $1.7 million project reduces sediment, phosphorus and polluted runoff entering the Huron River from the 4600-acre Traver Creek watershed.

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Become a Certified Master Composter!

Become a Certified Master Composter!

Washtenaw County Master Composter Class - Tuesdays beginning September 30, 6:30-8:30P, 7 weeks, $49

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River Raisin Adopt-A-Stream

River Raisin Adopt-A-Stream

The River Raisin Watershed Council's Adopt-A-Stream program consists of three events; Training Day, Stream Search and Bug I.D. Day. Volunteers from all across the watershed work in teams to collect macroinvetebrates from twenty sites to determine the water quality of each site. There are both spring and fall collections.

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Sheriff’s Office Needs Help Identifying 1985 Homicide Victim

Sheriff’s Office Needs Help Identifying 1985 Homicide Victim

The Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office, along with the Medical Examiner's Office, are asking for your help identifying an unknown homicide victim from 1985.

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Upcoming Environmental Clean Up Days

Upcoming Environmental Clean Up Days

Bring us your junk! Washtenaw County is hosting two upcoming Environmental Clean Up Days, offering residents an opportunity to dispose of unnecessary items.

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