Wednesday, September 19, 2012
Approximately 1,000 residents participated in the 2012 survey to measure community sentiment.
A majority of residents questioned in a survey released Wednesday are happy living in Macomb County, with most reporting satisfaction in emergency medical access and dissatisfaction with recreation. The 2012 Macomb County Climate Survey authored by Dr. Albert Lorenzo and Nick Posavetz pooled 1,007 individuals from May to July to determine community sentiment. "The results of this study can be used by leaders and decision makers in both the public and private sectors to guide future planning and policy development. The results can also be compared with future surveys to measure progress toward improvement over time and to assist in identifying new opportunities for advancing community well-being across key areas," County Executive Mark …
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Macomb County has plans to house the Macomb County Sheriff’s Office dispatch, Department of Roads Traffic Operations Center, Information Technology Data Center and Emergency Management & Communications Department under one one state-of-the-art roof.
Monday, July 16, 2012
The public is welcome to attend the special meeting at 3 p.m. July 18 about the proposed fire tax in Chesterfield. The meeting will also include talks about the police fund, according to the township.
Chesterfield Township officials will hold a special meeting at 3 p.m. Wednesday in municipal offices regarding proposed taxes for the fire department. Sign up for the Patch daily newsletter and follow us on Facebook. During the public meeting, the township attorney will have suggested millage language to potentially be placed on the November ballot, Fire Chief Doug Charbonneau said Monday. The township committee formed to review the department's financial needs will need to approve the language before the Board of Trustees votes on it at the Wednesday meeting, Charbonneau said. The chief did not say at this time how much the proposal would be, as community officials are wrapping up discussions about what to ask voters to approve. The vote …
Monday, June 18, 2012
Chesterfield Township Police Chief Bruce Smith acknowledges Eric Meier's efforts in catching drunken drivers.
- POLICE & FIRE
Monday, June 18, 2012
It gives me great pride to announce that the Chesterfield Police Department’s 2011 Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) award winner is Eric Meier. Once again Eric has led the department with 39 drunk driving arrests. Eric has consistently been the department’s MADD award winner for many years. He was given special recognition at last year’s MADD banquet as one of the top ten officers in the entire state for his efforts to get drunken and drugged drivers off of the Township’s roadways. I want to give my personal thanks to Eric for the outstanding job he did in 2011 as well as his past achievements. Eric stands out among his peers as one of the most effective police officers across the state. Eric’s efforts are a credit to his training…