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  1. Unofficial August 3 primary election results

    Here are the unofficial election results in the August 3, 2021, primary election. Official results are pending Wayne County approval. Top two vote-getters for mayor advance to the general election in November; top 14 vote-getters for City Council advance. Read on...
  2. Taylor North Little League featured on special 'Taylor News Break' on Comcast, Wow

    Taylor North’s Little League state champions are being featured in a special edition of the “Taylor News Break” on the municipal cable channels airing on Comcast and Wow. Read on...
  1. Vote today! Make your voice heard on August 3

    Today August 3 is the City of Taylor's primary election. Polls open until 8 p.m. Read on...
  2. MDOT seeks feedback on I-94-Ecorse Road interchange rebuild

    The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) is offering an online survey through August in search of addressing concerns in the I-94-Ecorse Road interchange. They welcome any and all input. Read on...
  1. Remember: Turn in absentee ballots by 8 p.m. August 3

    City Clerk Cindy Bower is reminding voters who are casting absentee ballots to make sure they are turned in by 8 p.m. Tuesday, August 3. Read on...
  2. Saturdays offer wide range of programs on municipal cable channel

    City of Taylor offerings on the municipal government channels of Comcast and Wow have improved greatly over the past month, and Saturdays now offer a wide range of informational programming. Read on...
  1. Second citywide rummage sale and new fall shred day scheduled

    A second Citywide Rummage Sale is being scheduled for August, and about a month later, a Fall Shred Day has been added to the calendar, as well. Read on...
  2. Michigan Supreme Court denies appeal in water and sewer rates case

    The Michigan Supreme Court has denied an appeal in a plaintiff’s years’ old lawsuit, which alleged the City’s water and sewer rates were unreasonable and constituted disguised taxes in violation of Michigan’s Headlee Amendment, which restricts increases. Read on...
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