Downriver military veterans can receive a free Wayne County Veterans ID card during a special signup day at Taylor City Hall on March 24.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves, Karl Ziomek and Mayor Rick Sollars announce that Wahlburgers is coming to Eureka Road. It will be the second Wahlburgers to locate in Michigan.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves, Karl Ziomek and Mayor Rick Sollars are joined by Department of Public Services Deputy Director Glenn Nogiec.
DTE Energy is currently replacing old mercury vapor streetlights in various parts of the City with new LED lights. The new version should give better coverage and improve costs.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Mayor Rick Sollars are joined by Golf, Parks & Recreation Director Jeff Dobek and Human Resources Director Sheila Gorski-Schulte to discuss the upcoming City of Taylor job fairs.
The job fairs are scheduled for February 23 at the Taylor Sportsplex, and February 25 at the Lakes of Taylor Golf Course. The City has about 75 seasonal positions available.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek focus on the 2017 State of the City address, scheduled for Thursday, February 23, at the Lakes of Taylor Golf Course Banquet Facility.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves, Mayor Rick Sollars and Karl Ziomek are joined by Chrystal Kermans-Ditzhazy and Guido Ulin to discuss the rollout of the new Indoor Baseball Center inside the Taylor Recreation Center.
Today's podcast focuses on the rollout of the City of Taylor's all-new website. Included in the discussion are host Dr. Paul Reeves, Director of Communications and Marketing Karl Ziomek and Mayor Rick Sollars.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek discuss recent concerns about drinking water quality in the City of Taylor.
This week's podcast, hosted by Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek, includes Taylor Events Programmer Chelsea Nunnally, who discusses the upcoming 2017 Daddy-Daughter Dance on February 11 at the Lakes of Taylor Banquet Room.
This week's podcast. hosted by Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek, centers on the City Charter.
Mayor Rick Sollars has organized a charter advisory group that will meet periodically and discuss possible improvements to the document, which was created in 1968. Eventually, the group's suggestions will be vetted by the administration and City Council.
Should any amendments/revisions to the charter be supported by a majority of the council, they would then be put on the ballot. For any changes to take place in the charter, they would have to be passed by a majority of Taylor voters.