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.
Bubba's 33 is the newest addition to the ever-expanding Eureka Road corridor. The restaurant will be locating in a new Burlington Square building, near Art Van's and the Men's Warehouse (nearest Eureka and Racho roads). Mayor Rick Sollars, Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek discuss the topic on this week's City of Taylor Podcast.
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Bubba's 33 is a family sports restaurant serving stone-baked pizza, burgers and beer. It's founder, Kent "Bubba" Taylor, is also the CEO of the Texas Roadhouse chain. The average Bubba's 33 location is approximately 7,800 square feet and holds 321 guests.
Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek host Mayor Rick Sollars during a discussion of the recently published Plante Moran Audit Presentation to the City Council, for the year ending June 30, 2016.
The City now has a $5.4M unassigned fund balance (rainy day fun) v. just several years ago, when Taylor had a $5M shortfall and was under a State of Michigan-mandated deficit elimination program.
The City of Taylor's Planning Commission OK'd plans this week for a new BJ's Brewhouse/Restaurant in the Eureka Road-Pardee area. It will be built in the Southland Center outlot.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek discuss the new development with Mayor Rick Sollars. The trio also talks about the wide-ranging developments along Eureka Way! including renovations inside Southland Center, the new Menards, La-Z-Boy and many other business developments.
BJ's will be building its top elevation in Taylor, and will offer outdoor seating, mirco-brews and uses local brew masters for many of its offerings.
It also offers a "Buy a Hero a Beer" program nationwide, so if you want to buy a beer for a local police officer, firefighter or military personnel in a certain location, you can do so. BJ's is heavily involved in the "Wounded Warrior" program.
Mayor Rick Sollars discusses the plight of the Taylor Fire Department, from its most recent history, new vehicles and a new bargaining agreement, with host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek.
In this week's podcast, host Dr. Paul Reeves, Karl Ziomek and Mayor Rick Sollars discuss holiday events in the City of Taylor.
The recent Winter Festival and Santa's Magic Forest kicked off the opening of the season, with much more to follow heading toward Christmas Day.
Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek host Mayor Rick Sollars, who discusses roadwork across the City of Taylor.
The discussion covers the specific locations targeted, along with explaining issues like concrete panel replacement, hot mix asphalt, PASER ratings and many other factors.
Taylor has spent almost $4M in street repair this year and has repaired about 10 miles of roadwork