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Second Friday Events in Downtown are FREE

September 9, 2010
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This Friday evening is another one of the Chamber of Commerce’s Second Friday events.  This Friday Country Auto Center is sponsoring the event that is located on Garro Street between the Museum and Centier Bank in the middle of downtown. There will be a variety of entertainment performing including the musical group the “Goldmine...
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Marquardt Named Street Superintendent of Indiana

September 1, 2010
Marquardt Named Street Superintendent of Indiana

09/01/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter is pleased to announce that at the 2010 Annual Indiana Street Commissioners Convention, Plymouth Street Superintendent Jim Marquardt was named Indiana Street Superintendent of the Year.  This honor was bestowed on Jim by his fellow Street Superintendents.  Marquardt was presented with a plaque by Lebanon’s Street Superintendent, Larry Lee...
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Proceeds from Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Benefit Boy Scouts

July 2, 2010
Proceeds from Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast Benefit Boy Scouts

07/02/10 Mayor Mark Senter is pleased to announce that $964 was donated to the local Boy Scouts from the proceeds of the 2009 Annual Mayor’s Prayer Breakfast.  The proceeds were distributed to the local boy scouts.  Mark Styers accepts a check from Mayor Mark Senter.
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Mayor’s Anti-Meth Meeting Discusses New N.A. & Meth Support Group

June 28, 2010
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06/28/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter conducted his regular monthly Anti Meth Meeting last week at the Menominee Elementary School Library.  Only a dozen people attended. Julius and Jocelynne Novitzke were the guest speakers for the meeting.  They were there to promote their new Narcotics Anonymous and Meth Support Group.  Their meetings are held every...
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THANKS TO VOLUNTEERS

June 24, 2010
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06/24/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter took time this week to thank the many people who worked hard this weekend on so many wonderful events that took place in the city.  His letter states: I just wanted to thank the many committees and volunteers for making Saturday June 19th a memorable day in the City...
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New Airport Manager Announced

June 21, 2010
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06/21/10 Mayor Mark Senter, along with the Plymouth Board of Aviation Commissioners announced the resignation of Airport Manager Ron Ritter Friday morning.  Ron has been the full-time airport manager since November of 2001.  Mayor Senter said, “I truly appreciate Ron’s passion for the Plymouth airport.  He has served the aviation community and the City...
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Michigan Street to be Closed for Car Show Saturday

June 18, 2010
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06/18/10   The Mayor’s Office in Plymouth wants to remind citizens of a minor traffic interruption on Michigan Street in downtown Plymouth this Saturday. Last month the Board of Public Works and Safety approved the request of Charlie Campiti to t close a portion of Michigan Street in downtown for several hours this weekend.  Michigan...
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Mayor to Reinstitute Youth Council

June 17, 2010
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06/17/10  This week members of the Plymouth Common Council approved some amendments to a City ordinance from 1982 that pertains to the creation of a Youth Council. Mayor Mark Senter wants to rectify the Youth Council that has not been in existence for a number of years.   The purpose of the original Youth Council...
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Mayor(s) For A Day

June 11, 2010
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06/11/10 Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter turned over the reins of the city, so to speak, to twin sisters Karen Harvey and Sharon Grigsby. The two won the honorary titles after bidding at auctions for “Mayor for the Day” prizes. Harvey purchased hers at the “Dancing With the Stars” event and Grigsby won hers by...
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Downtown Park area Dedicated to City Park during YRF

June 7, 2010
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06/07/10 Although the skies were not sunny on Saturday the 4th Annual Yellow River Festival proceeded with much anticipation.  Opening ceremonies for the day were very different from the previous ones and very special.  Plymouth Mayor Mark Senter officially turned the ground over from the City’s Redevelopment Commission to the Plymouth Park Department.  The...
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