1. MDOT plans meeting on Telegraph, I-75 projects

    The Michigan Department of Transportation will host a public meeting on February 28 to discuss bridge improvements and replacements in the Telegraph Road/I-75 connector area, and north of Eureka Road. Read on...
  2. Plante Moran gives City solid grades during annual audit

    The City of Taylor is in good financial condition, based on the audit for the fiscal year ending June 30, 2023. The audit was conducted by a team from Plante Moran in cooperation with the City’s Budget and Finance Department. Read on...
  1. Animal Shelter receive state grant

    The City of Taylor Animal Shelter recently received an $8,000 grant from the Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development (MDARD) as part of the 2024 Animal Welfare Funds grant program. Read on...
  2. Supreme Court reappoints Judge Shackelford as Chief Judge of 23rd District Court

    The Michigan Supreme Court has reappointed Victoria I. Shackelford as Chief Judge of the 23rd District Court for a two-year term beginning January 1, 2024. Read on...
  1. City partners with Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund

    The City of Taylor has entered into a partnership with the Michigan Homeowner Assistance Fund, which is aimed at qualifying homeowners who have delinquent taxes and other problem bills. Read on...
  2. Butch Ramik resigns from City Council, may take county post

    One of the City Council’s most noticeable faces, Herman “Butch” Ramik, has resigned. Ramik submitted his resignation to City Council Chairman Doug Geiss on December 13 and made the public announcement during the regular meeting on December 19. Read on...
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