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  1. State budget hands Fire Department $500,000 for new apparatus

    The Michigan House of Representatives passed a budget that includes investments in health care, child care and infrastructure – a part of which provides $500,000 for Taylor Fire Department apparatus. Read on...
  2. Priority Waste LLC takes over City's curbside service duties

    Beginning immediately, the City of Taylor has a new curbside service provider. Priority Waste started service this week as the curbside waste, recycling and compost service provider. Read on...
  1. New Wayne County hazardous waste coupons now available

    Wayne County has announced a new pilot voucher program to provide household hazardous waste and recycling services to residents. The City of Taylor has a limited number of these vouchers for direct distribution to residents. Read on...
  2. Agreement paves way for old church's restoration after fire

    The City of Taylor Tuesday night approved an agreement with Belfor USA Group Inc. to perform all needed restoration work at the West Mound Church in Heritage Park, which was gutted by a fire last fall. Read on...
  1. Pre-register for popular Hallow-Palooza, scheduled October 29

    The City of Taylor's Hallow-Palooza is scheduled for Friday, October 29, in Heritage Park. Register as soon as possible because time slots will fill up quickly. "Monster Sponsors" for this year's event at Family Rehab Care and Load One. Read on...
  2. Governor Whitmer makes appointment to 23rd District Court

    Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced the appointment of Victoria I. Shackelford to the 23rd District Court of the City of Taylor. This appointment was made to fill a partial term, after Judge Geno Salomone stepped down effective November 1, 2021. Read on...
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