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2014

KEEP MICHIGAN BEAUTIFUL AWARD GOES TO SHERIDAN CENTER PROJECT

The Keep Michigan Beautiful Awards has honored the City of Taylor's Sheridan Center Project with the Presidential Plaque, the organization's highest honor. Keep Michigan Beautiful, Inc.

AUGUST 2014 CRIME REPORT FOR FIRST EIGHT MONTHS OF YEAR SHOWS CONTINUED DECLINE

The City of Taylor continues to see a decline in key crime areas over the first eight months of 2014, according to the August crime statistics released by Police Chief Mary Sclabassi last week.

TAYLOR RECREATION CENTER TO REOPEN WITH MEMBERSHIP DRIVE STARTING ON OCTOBER 1

The Taylor Recreation Center will reopen as a full-time recreational facility during a grand opening and membership drive beginning on October 1, according to Mayor Rick Sollars.

CITY CONTINUES TO WORK THROUGH POST-FLOOD ISSUES

The City of Taylor continues to work its way through the aftermath of the August 11 thunderstorm that left the metro area with some of the biggest flooding that it has witnessed in years.

UNOFFICIAL AUGUST 5, 2014 PRIMARY RESULTS IN TAYLOR

Turnout was light for the August 5, 2014 Primary Election. Of Taylor's 44,498 registered voters, just 5,994 turned out, which amounted to 13.47 percent.