Friday, November 2, 2012
Dexter Township supervisor candidate Jim Drolett responds to allegations about his leadership.
Friday, November 2, 2012
Well, I have tried to keep the upcoming elections in Dexter Township on a positive note, relying on my previous experience and past dedication to the residents of Dexter Township and the area, but now comes a letter from Mr. Ehman which at best is confusing and at worse is typical of him. At the time I took office as supervisor in 1984, Mr. Ehman was sitting as the chairman of both the Zoning Board and the Zoning Board of Appeals. Because of onerous decisions made by those boards, at least three members of the five-member township board voted not to reappoint him to those positions and it's been sour grapes for him every since. In 1988, the good people of Portage Lake came to me to ask if the township would do a sewer project for them as …
Wednesday, August 8, 2012
These are the unofficial final results of Tuesday's election with all precincts reporting. Updates are expected Thursday.
Editor's Note: Patch will update results from the Aug. 7, 2012 Primary Election as polling stations report numbers to the Washtenaw County Clerk's Office. Results could change as provisional ballots continue to come in. Numbers have been updated as of Aug. 7 at 11 p.m. In Dexter Township, Republican James Drolett defeated Kathryn M. Bowring 401-187 in the township supervisor race and will face incumbent Pat Kelly in November. Republican Libby Brushaber, Drolett's wife, defeated Mark A. Wojno, 367-208, and is unopposed in her bid for township treasurer in November. Trustee candidates Steve Feinman, Michael Howard, John Emerick, Bill Gajewski, Carl Lesser, and Jason Maciejewski will all vie for four open slots on the Board of Trustees in …
Friday, July 6, 2012
Libby Brushaber, Mark Wojno are campaigning for the treasurer position for Dexter Township.
Editor's note: This article is part two of a three-part series profiling the candidates for office in Dexter Township for the 2012 primary election. Dexter Township has three candidates on the ballot for township supervisor, while Clerk Harley Rider is running unopposed. Two Republicans are running for the treasurer's seat, and six candidates and competing for four seats on the Board of Trustees. Dexter Patch sent out questionnaires to each of the candidates, and the following were their responses: Candidate: Libby Brushaber Office sought: Dexter Township Treasurer Political affiliation: Republican Current occupation: Retired from Multilakes Sewer Authority in 2011 Education: Associate’s Degree with continuing education and training …