Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek welcome Department of Public Services Director Keith Boc to the show, and discuss the installation of new parking spots dedicated to senior citizens, expectant mothers and veterans.
Look for the dedicated parking spots to appear in City-owned lots across the community in the upcoming weeks.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves, Mayor Rick Sollars and Karl Ziomek are joined on the podcast by new Taylor School District Supt. Ben Williams as they discuss the proposed Taylor School District School Improvement Bond.
The bond, which will appear on the November 8 General Election ballot, calls for a 0.96-mill levy for five years. The 0.96-mill levy would essentially be financially neutral to taxpayers, who were paying the exact same rate for a 20-year bond that previously targeted improvements across the City's southwest end. That 20-year bond fell off the tax rolls last year.
Many cities in the Metro Detroit area have recently faced class-action lawsuits, all filed by the same law firm and focusing on the water and sewer funds in those communities.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek discuss the issue with Mayor Rick Sollars in this week's podcast.
Dr. Paul Reeves, Mayor Rick Sollars and Karl Ziomek host Downriver Fish & Loaves Food Pantry Director Mary Hollens in this week's segment.
The upcoming Santa's Magic Forest is the organization's major fundraiser, and will open on Thanksgiving Weekend at the Activities Building in Heritage Park.
Fish & Loaves is a 501(c) 3 organization that ensures that no one goes hungry. Staffed by volunteers and located on Northline Road, it provides food for needy participants in seven communities.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek host Golf, Parks & Recreation Director Jeff Dobek, who discusses the current expansion and renovation of the Taylor Meadows Golf Course. Several holes are being altered, and a pond added, along with a new maintenance facility. The facility remains open during the construction.
Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek host Recreation Manager Chrystal Kermans-Ditzhazy and Golf, Parks and Recreation Director Jeff Dobek in today's podcast. They discuss Saturday's Fall Fest at Heritage Park, along with fall and winter happenings at the Taylor Recreation Center.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek discuss the City of Taylor's newest Halloween event -- Hallow-Palooza. Special guest on today's podcast is Chelsea Nunnally, the new events programmer for the City. Hallow-Palooza, which includes a haunted house, truck-or-treat, trick-or-treat, pumpkin carving, snacks and event an outdoor showing of Hotel Transylvania 2, is scheduled for October 28 at Heritage Park.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek host DPS Director Keith Boc and Deputy Director Glenn Nogiec, who discuss the DTE tree-trimming program. The program, currently under way in Taylor, targets overgrown around power lines. DTE says that two-thirds of the power outages in Taylor are directly related to problems with overgrown trees.
Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek host Mayor Rick Sollars, who discusses an aggressive citywide program to convert Mercury-vapor and high-pressure sodium street lights to more energy-efficient LED.
Host Dr. Paul Reeves and Karl Ziomek interview Mayor Rick Sollars about the return of La-Z-Boy to the "Eureka Way!" corridor. La-Z-Boy will anchor a new multi-tenant development at 21300 Eureka, the site of the old Taylor Tool, which has been vacant for a decade and a half. City Council OK'd a Brownfield development plan for the site at its September 6 meeting.