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Livonia, Michigan is located in Wayne County. Zip codes in Livonia, MI include 48154, 48152, and 48151. The median home price in Livonia is $164,900 which is roughly $114/per square foot. More Livonia information.

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5 hrs ago | Hometown Life

Eight candidates file for three seats on Livonia school board

Eight candidates filed Tuesday for three, four-year seats on the Livonia school board, according to the Livonia City Clerk's office.

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11 hrs ago | Hometown Life

Marecki, O'Neil best choices for their party's nomination in county commission 9th District

Voters in the Wayne County Commission 9th District will choose between two Republicans and two Democrats in the Aug. 5 primary election to face off in the November general election.

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13 hrs ago | MLive.com

With 70 taps, craft beer spot reopens Wednesday in Metro Detroit

After a renovation and update that added 40 beer taps to its existing 30, One Under Craft Beer and Eats in Livonia is reopening Wednesday, July 23 at 6 p.m. Local officials including Livonia Mayor Jack Kirksey, Wayne County Commissioner Laura Cox, Livonia Chamber of Commerce President Dan West and members of City Council will be on hand for a ... (more)

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18 hrs ago | Observer & Eccentric

Livonia band set to rock the Pike Room in Pontiac

When Jacob Peetz and Frank Ritz were kids they dreamed about playing in a rock band.

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Mon Jul 21, 2014

CBS Local

Wayne State Announces Agreement Bringing Programs To Schoolcraft College

Schoolcraft College and Wayne State University have announced an agreement to offer a variety of Wayne State University programs to western Wayne County residents on Schoolcraft College's main campus in Livonia.

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Observer & Eccentric

Ervin named St. Catherine principal

Ervin is currently co-chair of the Guidance Department at Stevenson High School in Livonia "I am delighted that Karen will lead our school," LaMarra said.

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Sun Jul 20, 2014

Detroit Free Press

Michigan business briefs: Battle Creek offer downtown retailers a boost

DEVELOPMENT Development officials have launched a new program to help retail businesses open shop in the heart of the city as they look for creative ways to fill up downtown Battle Creek's vacant storefronts.

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Sat Jul 19, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

Livonia school chief to hold info meeting on Aug. 5 millage renewals

The public is invited to an informational meeting about the two Livonia Public Schools millage renewal proposals that will be on the Aug. 5 primary election ballot.

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Fri Jul 18, 2014

Detroit News

48 Hours: The best of things to do in Metro Detroit

Today is the last day to enjoy the art, music and more at the four events that make up the Ann Arbor Art Fair.

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Detroit Free Press

Pintos go from beast to beauty at car show in Dearborn

Dave Kawa, 56, of Janesville Wis., stands with his 1978 Pinto Cruising Wagon as Ford employees get a break to check out unique cars including Pintos at the Ford Product Development Center in Dearborn.

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Hometown Life

New dean to lead Madonna University College of Nursing and Health

Deborah Vargo has been hired as dean of Madonna University's College of Nursing and Health, effective July 1. She succeeds Teresa Cervantez Thompson, who retired June 30 after nine years at the helm.

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Garden City Observer

This Fire Within plays at the annual Hosanna Palooza Christian Music Festival.

What : A free Christian music festival When : 11 a.m.-9 p.m. Saturday, July 26 Where: Hosanna Tabor Lutheran Church, 9600 Leverne, east of Inkster Road, south of Plymouth Road, Redford Details : 10 bands play in 10 hours.

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Hometown Life

File with Livonia City Clerk's office by 4 p.m. Tuesday for school board seats

Candidates have until 4 p.m. Tuesday to file to run for seats on the Livonia, Clarenceville and Schoolcraft College boards.

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MLive.com

Ford Pinto owners gather for annual charity drive

If you see a convoy of Ford Pintos this weekend in Southeastern Michigan, don't think you're hallucinating.

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Westland Observer

Judge Michael Talbot appointed chair of Madonna board

Judge Michael Talbot has been appointed chair of the Madonna University Board of Trustees, effective July 1. Talbot has served as a Madonna trustee since 2005.

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Detroit News

'Woolgatherers' guild promotes joy of knitting

They call themselves the Woolgatherers Knitting Guild, but they knit with a range of fibers every third Thursday beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Salvation Army in Plymouth to promote the art of knitting , and make items, like slippers, for local charities.

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Thu Jul 17, 2014

Observer & Eccentric

St. Mary Mercy expands, improves parking on campus

Mary Mercy Livonia is improving and expanding parking on its campus. The plans include the addition of more than 170 parking spots while expanding the number of barrier-free, handicapped parking by more than three times the current number of spots.

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Observer & Eccentric

Two Republicans vie for party's nomination for 19th District state House seat

The winner will face Democrat Stacey Dogonski in the November general election. The 19th District State House seat is currently held by John Walsh, who is term-limited.

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Observer & Eccentric

City of Livonia: Synopsis of Regular Meeting of 6/16/14

<![CDATA[Present: Toy, Scheel, Nash, Kritzman, Meakin Absent: Pastor, Brosnan Called to order 7 pm. #169-14 Approving the minutes of meeting held 6/2/14. Several items received and filed #170-14 Accepting the bid of Marshall Campbell Co. for the purchase of LED lights for the Livonia Recreation Center for $149,098.16. #171-14 Approving Petition 2014-03-02-06 submitted by JCD South 96 to operate full service restaurant, Jimmy Johns, at 13453 Middlebelt. #172-14 Approving Petition 2014-04-08-05 submitted by Trinity Continuing Care Services in connection with the demolition/construction of a nursing/assisted living facility at 15495 Middlebelt. #173-14 Approving Petition 2014-04-08-07 submitted by Stucky Vitale Architects in connection with a proposal to relocate/construct a drive through facility at Community Choice Credit Union at 15420 Farmington. #174-14 Referring a proposed amendment to the Zoning Ordinance to require a petitioner who constructs a 30,000 sq. ft. building to include a statement that the future building will be attractive to future commercial tenants to ensure that big box stores can be quickly reoccupied rather than stay vacant to the Planning Comm. to hold a Public Hearing. First Reading to: AN ORDINANCE VACATING THE USE OF PORTIONS OF STREET, ALLEY, AND PUBLIC GROUND. (Petition 2014-02-03-01) (CR 139-14 and CR 86-14) First Reading to: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 040 OF TITLE 13, chapter 08 (WATER SERVICE RATES AND REVENUES) OF THE LIVONIA CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED. (CR 199-10) Invoking the Emergency Clause and giving Second Reading and approval to the foregoing Ordinance. First Reading to: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 050 OF TITLE 13, CHAPTER 08 (WATER SERVICE RATES AND REVENUES) OF THE LIVONIA CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED. (CR 199-10) Invoking the Emergency Clause and giving Second Reading and approval to the foregoing Ordinance. First Reading to: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 120 OF TITLE 13, CHAPTER 20 (LIVONIA SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM) OF THE LIVONIA CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED. (CR 199-10) Invoking the Emergency Clause and giving Second Reading to the foregoing Ordinance. First Reading to: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 130 OR TITLE 13, CHAPTER 20 (LIVONIA SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM) OF THE LIVONIA CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED. (CR 199-10) Invoking the Emergency Clause and giving Second Reading and approval to the foregoing Ordinance. First Reading to: AN ORDINANCE AMENDING SECTION 050 OT TITLE 13, CHAPTER 28 (INDUSTRIAL WASTE SURCHARGE) OF THE LIVONIA CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED. (CR 199-10) Invoking the Emergency Clause and giving Second Reading to the foregoing Ordinance. #175-14 Placing special assessments on properties whose owners have not paid charges with the 2013 Sidewalk Program. Kritzman stepped down for the podium @ 7:30 pm #176-14 Authorizing City parties to authorize a contract between the City and Orchard, Hiltz, McCliment to provide on-call services for the 1-96 Construction Project for 32,500.00. Kritzman returned to the podium @ 7:32 pm #177-14 Approving Petition 2014-04-08-06 submitted by Consumers Energy in connection to demolish/construct new customer service center @ 11801 Farmington Rd. #178-14 Approving Petition 2014-04-08-08 submitted by St. Mary Mercy Hospital to reconfigure the hospital parking lot and drive aisles @ 36475 5 Mile. #179-14 Accepting grant easement from Fifth Third Bank for the development of a new storm sewer @ 33246 Plymouth for a 10' wide storm sewer easement. #180-14 Accepting grant of easement from Fifth Third Bank for the development of a new storm sewer @ 33246 Plymouth for a 20' wide storm sewer easement. #181-14 Accepting the grant of easement from Fifth Third Bank for the development of a new water main @ 33246 Plymouth for a 20' wide water main public utility easement. #182-14 Suspending the rules in order to permit consideration of items that do not appear on the agenda. #183-14 Approving request to waive Noise Ordinance to allow music to be played from 2-11 pm @ 11634 Deering on 6/28/14 for a grad party. Meeting adjourned @7:45 pm. Complete Meeting Minutes @ City Clerk's Office. Terry A. Marecki, Livonia City Clerk Publish July 17, 2014 LO-0000204364

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Observer & Eccentric

Fundraiser set for scholarship honoring officer's son

A fundraiser for a scholarship named for a Churchill High School graduate who died several years ago is planned for later this month.

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