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Mar 28, 2017

Golf, Parks and Recreation Director Jeff Dobek talks about the improvements at the Lakes of Taylor and Taylor Meadows golf courses.

Also on the podcast are Dr. Paul Reeves, Mayor Rick Sollars and Karl Ziomek.

Mar 28, 2017

The Taylor Summer Festival is scheduled for June 22-25 this year. Today's podcast highlights everything about the fest, from concert headliners Sebastian Bach, Warrant and Sponge to a free movie in the park; toddler's day at the carnival; expanded fireworks; Color Fest Run; fishing derby and much more.

Dr. Paul Reeves plays host to Mayor Rick Sollars, event promoted Julie Law and Karl Ziomek.

Mar 21, 2017

The DriveTime Automotive Group Inc., based in Tempe, Arizona, is coming to the City of Taylor. It will take over the old Taylor Ford location on Telegraph Road, just north of Goddard. That site was owned by the Ray Whitfield family.

Host Dr. Paul Reeves, Mayor Rick Sollars and Karl Ziomek discuss the news on this week's podcast.

DriveTime sells, leases and finances care to customers with credit issues. The company was formerly known as Ugly Duckling, before being renamed DriveTime in 2002.

It has spun off many companies, includes Carvana, GO Financial, Silverrock Group and Bridgecrest Acceptance Corporation. As of 2015, it was in approximately 130 locations in the U.S., with 3,800 employees.

Mar 16, 2017

Fire Chief Stephan Portis and Commander Tim Grapentine visit with host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek to discuss the importance of fire safety.

Tune in and take some notes ... these tips can save lives!

Mar 10, 2017

Host Dr. Paul Reeves, Karl Ziomek and Mayor Rick Sollars are joined by Taylor resident Jim Taylor, the founder and organizer of the annual Heritage Park Cleanup Day.

The 2017 cleanup, the fourth annual, is scheduled for 9-11 a.m. on Saturday, April 22.

The cleanup day attracts more than 200 volunteers each year to Heritage Park. Everyone patrols the facility and collects debris. During the initial outing in 2014, nearly 270 volunteers collected entire trash out of the park to fill many, many full truckloads.

Since the event started, the park has improved in leaps and bounds.

Mar 3, 2017

Downriver military veterans can receive a free Wayne County Veterans ID card during a special signup day at Taylor City Hall on March 24.

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