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River Rouge Schools Celebrates Cinco de Mayo
The City's Tow Rate Commission has recommended and the Detroit City Council has approved an increase in the rate for recovering vehicles that are towed to the City impound lot or lots operated by Police-authorized towing companies. The increase, from the previous $75 to a new rate of $215, is effective today.
Non-standard vehicles, such as mobile homes, commercial vehicles and boats, would be subject to additional costs. A $15 storage fee will be assessed for each 24-hour period any vehicle remains impounded.
DETROIT – State Representative Rashida Tlaib (D-Detroit), Original United Citizens of Southwest Detroit, Sierra Club, residents and environmental group impacted by the Marathon Oil explosion and fire that rocked the community last week held a press conference Friday, May 3rd at Kemeny Recreation Center. Members of the Southwest Detroit neighborhood and surrounding cities came out in a sign of solidarity to demand action from their elected officials for their safety and the safety of their families.
One by one residents replayed the events of Saturday, April 27, 2013 when an explosion at the Marathon refinery occurred within a mile of their homes. Residents expressed their deep fear and frustration of the Read More
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Staff, students, and their families joined together in celebrating Cinco de Mayo. The event opened with the Mexican and American National Anthems being sung by the Middle School and High School choir. The band played a Spanish Fever selection and students from Ann Visger performed songs and readings in Spanish. The fashion show highlighted clothing and accessories from different parts of Mexico. There were a variety of activities for all to join in. It was a day filled with fun, food, and festivities.