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  • Statutory Drainage Board - Mon 2/27
  • Washtenaw County Employees' Retirement System (WCERS) Board Meeting - Tue 2/28
  • PSSC (Police Services Steering Committee) - Wed 3/1
  • Ways and Means Committee - Board of Commissioners - Wed 3/1
  • Board of Commissioners Meeting - Wed 3/1
  • Washtenaw County Brownfield Authority - Thu 3/2
  • Board of Commissioners Retreat - Thu 3/2
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Washtenaw County, Michigan

Coffee and Conversation Support Group

Coffee and Conversation Support Group

A support group for parents and caregivers of youth with chronic health issues and/or disabilities. The March 9 meeting will focus on winter/summer activities and planning for summer camp.

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Washtenaw County Dental Clinic Celebrates Two Years and Over 10,000 Patient Visits,  Now Accepts All Medicaid Plans

Washtenaw County Dental Clinic Celebrates Two Years and Over 10,000 Patient Visits, Now Accepts All Medicaid Plans

The clinic provides low-cost dental care for adults and children with Medicaid, MIChild or Healthy Kids, or who are uninsured and low income.

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Washtenaw Urban County 2017 Action Plan Draft Available For Public Comment

Draft Action Plan outlines FY 2017-18 activities and resources to address priority needs and goals identified by the Five-Year Consolidated Plan.

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Summer Day Camp with the WCPARC

Summer Day Camp with the WCPARC

The Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission has 3 great camp options available for you this summer!

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WCSO shares SEMCOG’s regional update reference the increase in traffic crashes, fatalities and injuries with some tips on how to avoid crashes and reduce injuries.

WCSO shares SEMCOG’s regional update reference the increase in traffic crashes, fatalities and injuries with some tips on how to avoid crashes and reduce injuries.

Preliminary analysis by Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) shows that traffic crashes in the seven-county region (Livingston, Macomb, Monroe, Oakland, St. Clair, Washtenaw, and Wayne Counties) have increased for the fourth consecutive year. Total traffic crashes increased by six percent in 2016, up from 138,710 crashes in 2015. Both traffic fatalities and serious injuries increased by 10 percent in the region. The rise in traffic crashes, fatalities, and serious injuries in Southeast Michigan is consistent with state and national trends.

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