News from Across eWashtenaw
These news stories come from all departments and sections of eWashtenaw.
On June 16, 2001, suspect stabbed a 27 year old to death following an argument over pool games within a Washtenaw County bar. Pinnace fled the scene and has not been since. Pinnace is a Honduran National (citizen), who has lived in the Windsor, Ontario, Canada - Ypsilanti, Michigan - and Jacksonville, Florida. Pinnace is wanted by Canadian authorities on felony drug charges.
Arrested on 9/29/2010
On Sunday, March 22, 2009 at approximately 135pm Washtenaw County Sheriff's Office responded to the TCF Bank located at 2170 Packard in Ypsilanti Twp. regarding a bank robbery.
The proposed Regulation for the Management, Treatment and Disposal of Wastewater is available for public Comment. The Code Regulates Operator Permits, Contractor Certification, and Notices of Intent for repairs. -Harry Sheehan
Michigan's SRF program is used by local municipalities to finance construction of their water pollution control projects. These projects may include wastewater treatment plant upgrades or expansions, combined or sanitary sewer overflow abatement, new sewers designed to reduce existing sources of pollution, and othe rpublicly owned wastewater treatment efforts. -Harry Sheehan
The new report on Water Protection Activities in Washtenaw County is now available. See the rest of the article for the link.-Harry Sheehan
Bob and I have decided to postpone the conservation stewards program planning meeting that was scheduled for Thursday, November 6 at 10 a.m. at our Extension Office. We are still waiting for final confirmation and approval from MSU staff on campus so we can go ahead and complete the brochure. -Nancy Thelen
Michigan Conservation Stewards Program participants learn about the history of conservation activities in Michigan, ecological principles, ecoregional classifications, and how to make choices to manage our natural resources. In addition to this foundation, participants learn about terrestrial ecosystems (forestlands and grasslands) and aquatic ecosystems (wetlands, lakes and streams) through classroom and in-field instruction.