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  • Canceled: Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Agency Program/Quality Committee meeting - Fri 5/6
  • Canceled: Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Agency-Program/Quality Committee - Mon 5/9
  • Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Agency Executive Committee meeting - Mon 5/9
  • Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Agency Budget/Finance Committee meeting - Mon 5/9
  • Veterans Affairs Committee - Thu 5/12
  • Southeast Michigan Urban Area Security Initiative - Wed 5/18
  • Ways & Means Committee - Board of Commissioners - Wed 5/18
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Washtenaw County, Michigan

Cancellation notice: WCCMH Program/Quality committee

The WCCMH Board Program/Quality Committee meeting scheduled for 2:00 pm on May 9 has been cancelled.

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Medication Take Back Event ~ Pioneer High School Parking Lot

Medication Take Back Event ~ Pioneer High School Parking Lot

On Saturday, May 7, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., 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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Bunton Road Reopened, May 5, 2016

Bunton Road Reopened, May 5, 2016

Evan Pratt, Washtenaw County Water Resources Commissioner, partnering with the Road Commission, is pleased to announce the reopening of Bunton Road in Augusta Township.

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Intentional Food Contamination Incident

Washtenaw County Public Health is working with state authorities, local law enforcement and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) to respond to an incident of intentional food contamination. Prior to Wed, May 4, Washtenaw County Public Health had not received any unusual reports of illness. Currently, we have several reports of vomiting and/or diarrhea. These are being actively investigated for possible connection to this incident.

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Washtenaw Coordinated Funders Receive HUD Secretary's Award for Public-Philanthropic Partnership

Washtenaw Coordinated Funders Receive HUD Secretary's Award for Public-Philanthropic Partnership

Congratulations to all the Coordinated Funders for this prestigious honor!

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Have You Seen Me?  Balanced & Restorative Justice in Action.

Have You Seen Me? Balanced & Restorative Justice in Action.

You may have been driving along one of our Washtenaw County roadways and wondered, “What’s with all the bags?” If so, the Sheriff’s Office Community Work Program (CWP) is the answer. If you are not aware, the Community Work Program (CWP) is a balanced and restorative justice sentencing option for carefully selected individuals who have committed minor crimes.

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