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        Van Buren trustees approve 7 demolitions

           Van Buren Township will use  ferred as the township will put a  on each property. He said the  property owners have not  two detached structures at
        $76,581 of Community Block     lien for demolition costs on each  structures had been tagged and  responded making demolition  50725 Michigan Ave.; a principal
        Grant funding this year to     of the seven separate parcels.   multiple written notices sent to  the next step.           dwelling at  44440 Hull Road; a
        demolish seven vacant and        According to Director of     the owners of record advising    Trustees approved the demo-  principal   dwelling   and
        apparently abandoned struc-    Public Services Matthew Best,  them to correct the violations or  lition costs for: two barns in  detached garage at 6935
        tures in the township.         the properties have long       demolish the buildings. He    severe disrepair, at the south-  Belleville Road; a dwelling and
           The money could be          remained vacant and have been  added that an opportunity to  east corner of Tyler and Morton  barn left unsafe at  50115 Bog
        reclaimed when and if the prop-  deemed as unsafe for human   appeal the notice was also pro-  Taylor;  two    detached    Road and a detached garage
        erty on which the structures   occupancy. He said that due    vided in each instance. He said  sheds/garage at  7537 Beck  and lean-to at 13970 Haggerty
        now exist is sold or title trans-  legal process has been followed  that in nearly every case the  Road; a principal dwelling and  Road.
        Attorney general hosting Elder Abuse Tour in Inskter

           Michigan State Attorney     Booker T. Dozier Recreation    11th District.  The event will  Senior  Alliance,   Denise   2025 Middlebelt Road in Inskter.
        General Dana Nessel is conduct-  Center in Inkster from 2 until 4  allow citizens to share and learn  Champagne of the Inkster Aging  For information, call (734) 728-
        ing a state-wide listening tour to  p.m. Monday, Aug. 26.     about resources that can help  Commission and representatives  7530.
        identify additional issues for the  The Elder Abuse Town Hall is  resolve problems.         from the Michigan Department     For questions about accessi-
        Michigan Elder Abuse Task      hosted by State Sen. Bettie Jean  Participants of the day will  of Health and Human Services.  bility or to request accommoda-
        Force.                         Alexander of the 5th District and  include Nessel, Inkster Mayor  The   Booker     Dozier   tions, contact Mary Beth Seppala
           Representatives will be at the  State. Rep. Jewell Jones, of the  Byron Nolen, Kari West of The  Recreation Center is located at  at (517) 336-7625.
        Local students win

        $2500 scholarships

           Among the 33 winners of the $82,500  country as part of the Leaders and
        in scholarships for the 2018-2019 school  Achievers program.
        year     awarded     by     Comcast       “This year's scholarship recipients
        NBCUniversal Foundation were           demonstrated an incredible passion and
        Macdennis Ikpeama of Belleville and    determination to excel academically
        Yunseo Cho of Canton Township. Cho     and in the community,” said Tim Collins,
        attends  Salem High School and         senior vice president for the heartland
        Ikpeama is a student at Arbor          region, which includes Michigan,         Getting ready
        Preparatory High School                Indiana and Kentucky. “We are honored
           Students are selected for their out-  to recognize them and support their con-  The Romulus Community Schools District will host the annual Academic Fun
        standing community service, academic   tinuing educational journeys.”           Fair where there will be rock climbing, exotic animals, bounce houses, and other
        performance and leadership skills,       The philosophy behind the program      family fun activities from 10 a.m. until 1p.m. Saturday, Aug. 10 at Romulus High
        according to the foundation. The award  is to give young people every opportuni-  School - 9650 Wayne Road. All families are welcome to attend Romulus
        is a one-time, $2,500 scholarship to be  ty to prepare for the future and to    Community Schools free annual fair. The district sponsors the event with the
        used toward undergraduate education-   engage them in their communities. The    support of the city of Romulus, local organizations, and area vendors. The event
        related expenses. Since 2001, more than  program also demonstrates the impor-   provides information about school district programs and helps prepare for the
        $33 million has been awarded to nearly  tance and value of civic involvement,   upcoming 2019-2020 school year.
        30,000 high school seniors across the  especially by the business community.
                                                                                     Romulus High School alumni

                                                                                     to meet for weekend reunion

                                                                                        Old friends will meet for a weekend of  dinner and dancing during a cruise on the
                                                                                     conversation and reminiscing when the  Detroit Princess. Tickets for the cruise are
                                                                                     Romulus High School Class of 1979 meets  priced at $73 per person. Tickets can be
                                                                                     for the 40th reunion.                  purchased at
                                                                                        Organizers have also invited members  The weekend gathering will close with
                                                                                     of the graduating classes from 1977, 1978,  a Family Barbeque set from 1-6 p.m.
                                                                                     1980 and 1981 to join them for the three-  Sunday, Aug. 18 at St. Johns Lodge #44,
           The winner is…                                                            day event.                             31800 Beverly Road in Romulus.
                                                                                                                              For more information or reservations
                                                                                        The reunion activities will begin at 7:30
           The Summer Reading Program was a huge success at the Belleville Library with  p.m. Friday, Aug. 16 when class members  contact one of the committee members;
           263 elementary-school students registering for the program. The Cedar Point  can meet for hors d'oeuvres and conversa-  Michael Johnson, (313) 319-7282; Sarita
           winners were Nuraz Kabir and Joshua Barker, celebrating above with his sister,  tion at the Marriott Delta Hotel at 31500  Stephens, (313) 974-9563; ILanader
           Talia. Library staff member Tara McCann thanked all the participants for “making  Wick Road. The event will continue until  Johnson, (313) 258-5681; Duane Moffat,
           it such a fun summer.” The library is located at 167 Fourth St. in Belleville.  10 p.m.                          (248) 459-3399; John Baum, (734) 255-7055
                                                                                        Alumni will meet at 5:30 Aug. 17 for  or Teri Pryor (Rice), (734) 772-4260.


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