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May 10 Named as Spring Large Item Disposal Day

You've got about a month to finish your spring cleaning so you can bring all your bigger unwanted items to the transfer site at the Spring large item disposal day May 10th. This allows residents to bring in items such as mattresses, couches, recliners, futons, dressers, tables, carpeting and large screen TVs. For more information, contact Transfer Site Director Wayne Lobeck at 586.784.5998.

Senior Center Newsletter Posted

Jan Mueller, senior center director posted the April, May June newsletter and its chock full of trips and activities!

Township Board Approves Playscape for Township Park

At the April meeting, the board gave the go-ahead for phase 1 of improvements at the township park. This phase consists mainly of an ADA complaint playscape to be located northwest of the pavilion. The set of swings currently in this vicinity will be moved to avoid any unknowing collisions with swings as youngsters run from the baseball field to the playscape area. For more information, contact Parks and Rec Director Gary Goedtel at 248. 231.7149 or by e-mail at parksandrec@armadatwp.org.

Turning Point Macomb Brings Awareness of April as National Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Diane Bauer, volunteer for the organization, spoke to the board about Turning Point's mission of educating the public domestic violence and sexual assault and its prevention. If you ever find yourself in a position to need help, their crisis line is available 24/7 at 586.463.6990 along with a long list of other services. For more information, check out their Web-site.

Annual Walter Reed Donation Drive Underway

Supervisor John Paterak announced Jim Tiganelli is looking for gift cards and item donations for his upcoming May trip to Walter Reed National Military Medical Center to visit the recuperating wounded war veterans. He is specifically looking for gift cards in any amount that be put toward the purchase of Kindle and iPads.  Donations can be dropped off at the township hall no later than May 5, 2014. The project is sponsored by the Police Officers Association of Michigan and their Web-site has more information.

Recruiting Election Inspector

Armada Township is looking for people willing to work elections. The days are usually long, the pay is minimum but the experience and the opportunity to be part of the process of creating the community in which you live is priceless....to quote a popular ad campaign. If you're interested in attending the Orientation Meeting in May please contact the deputy clerk Sam Boelke to be put on the list. 

New State Police Non-Emergency Number

Lt. Ken Dilg, a Michigan State Trooper, attended the September board meeting and introduced himself as the liaison officer for this area. He can be reached either toll free at 1.800.495.4677 or at the Oak Park post 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday - Friday at 248.594.5740. 

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