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Featured Photo: Redford Township Veteran’s Park ====================================== Share the Sunshine By: Redford Township Beautification Commission “WE WANT YA TO PICK EM” The Redford Beautification Commission SHARE THE SUNSHINE Zinnia gardens are growing! Once the Zinnias bloom, the flowers will brighten their flower beds and the surrounding area. We want to remind you again that these flowers are for you to pick. The SHARE THE SUNSHINE … Continue reading Redford Connection July 2020 Election Edition
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Now more than ever, we have a responsibility to do what we can to help flatten the curve and reduce the spread of COVID-19. One of the most important things we can do is exercise social distancing and not engage in any unnecessary travel or personal contact. Beginning March 24, Michiganders have been ordered to stay-at-home unless engaged in essential work or activity effective until at least April … Continue reading Stay Calm, Stay Safe, and Stay Home By: State Representative Leslie Love
By: Jimy Bailey Explaining how government is financed is a deep and complex subject. The Redford Connection Newspaper, last month, wrote a small article on how government benefits by having increased valuations on your property. Because of that article, the Newspaper received a complaint that we shorted the readers on an explanation on the taxing process. To correct that, let us take a look at … Continue reading Bottom-Line: How Property Taxes Generally Work
By: Jim Bailey Within about the past year or so, the Redford Township Board has considered new Township developments that have included building a new District Court expansion, a new Central Fire Station, purchasing of Central Fire Station property. a new Fire Department Fire Truck, a new North End Fire Station, purchasing of the North End Fire Station property, building a Fire Department Training Facility … Continue reading An Invitation Was Given
By: Garth J. Christie, MMC I am always a bundle of nerves before an election and this coming Presidential Primary on Tuesday, March 10th, is no exception. A thousand things could go wrong and, although I may not have control over these things, I am responsible for them. Four years ago, 25 election workers were “no shows” on Election Day. Five of them were chairs … Continue reading Anatomy of a Voting Precinct Part 3