Plymouth-Canton Community Schools Bond Presentation
On March 10, 2020, voters in the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools’ communities will be asked to consider a bond proposal for facility and site improvements that will benefit all district students. The proposal will address equity of facilities, enhance safety and security throughout the school district, furniture and playground upgrades, school bus purchases, and address imminent infrastructure and technology needs at most facilities. If approved, the district will maintain the existing school debt levy (4.02 mills) and offer this bond proposal with ZERO INCREASE to the current tax rate. The total bond issue cost is $275 million.
Representatives from the Plymouth-Canton Community Schools will be at the Canton Township Administration Building on February 6, 2020 at 7pm to explain the bond proposal and answer any questions from the community.
All are welcome and encouraged to join.
The Fairways at Pheasant Run HOA Board welcomes you to the new website! We heard many homeowners requests for better ways to communicate, not only with the HOA Board, but with others in the sub. There are several new features available and to name a few:
- Calendar of events
- Messaging module
- Better contact features with categories
- Better site security
- and more!
Please look around and let us know what you think!
Fairways at Pheasant Run HOA Board
Please Keep Contamination out of Recycling Carts:
Over the last few weeks, GFL has been spot checking recycling carts for contamination. Contamination occurs when non-recyclables are placed in the carts which can include anything from food waste to plastic bags. Last week, 9 out of 10 carts were contaminated and this week, 10 out of 10 carts were contaminated.
Recycling loads with contamination are rejected from the recycling facility. Canton is asking residents to be vigilant in their recycling efforts by keeping contamination out of recycling carts.
Not adhering to the recycling guidelines, along with the poor materials markets, is having a negative impact on recycling nationwide. Residents should ONLY place clean, acceptable materials in their recycling cart. Failure to comply with Canton's guidelines will impact our program going forward through increased rates, restricted materials lists, temporary recycling bans, or a combination of any of these.
To view a list of what is and is not accepted in your recycling cart visit https://www.canton-mi.org/230/Automated-Recycling