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ICYMI: THREE IMPORTANT THINGS HAPPENED THIS WEEK

ICYMI:  THREE IMPORTANT THINGS HAPPENED THIS WEEK! Friends, In case you missed it and want to catch up on the campaign – we had three significant things happen this week in our race for Macomb County Public Works Commissioner. Candice Miller got the endorsement of the two biggest newspapers in the state, Anthony Marrocco was found […]

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In Case you Missed It: Hits Piling Up on Anthony Marrocco For Ethics Violation, Pay to Play Politics, And Pay Raises for himself and political cronies

Harrison Township, MI – The hits just keep on coming exposing Macomb Public Works Commissioner Anthony Marrocco for his ethics violations, pay to play politics as usual, and pushing for pay raises for himself and his political cronies. Below is just a sample of the hits that keep on coming against Marrocco:   Marrocco GUILTY […]

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Macomb Ethics Board Unanimously Finds Anthony Marrocco in Violation of County Ethics Ordinance

Harrison Twp., MI – Today the Macomb County Ethics Board found Public Works Commissioner Anthony Marrocco violated the county’s ethics ordinance. The board’s finding was in response to a complaint filed by Macomb Township resident Leon Drolet that said Marrocco violated the ordinance by filming campaign commercials on County property on County time in violation […]

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Michigan Delegation Joined Leadership at Negotiating Table

“Some of my Republican allies, particularly from Michigan, had been working on the Republican side of this,” Kildee added, citing Reps. Candice S. Miller, Fred Upton and John Moolenaar as GOP lawmakers who “made a huge difference.” Eleventh-hour government funding deals are usually negotiated between the leaders of both parties in the House and Senate and […]

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ICYMI: Candice Miller is one of “Key Allies” in Getting Additional Flint Funding to Replace Aging Water Pipes

Kildee: “Congresswoman Miller stepped up immediately after this crisis became known” Harrison Township, MI—Candice Miller yesterday voted in the US House of Representatives to fund $170 million to replace aging water pipelines in Flint.  The Detroit Free Press reported Candice Miller as one of the “key allies” who led the effort to pass this important […]

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Fifth Closure of the Season – Beach at Lake St. Clair Metropark “Closed Until Further Notice”

Miller: “Here we go again” Harrison Township, MI — News reports came late yesterday from the Macomb Daily that the Huron-Clinton Metroparks informed residents Tuesday afternoon the Lake St. Clair Metropark beach is closed until further notice due to elevated E. coli levels. This marks the fifth time the beach has been closed due to […]

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With More Rain, Will Millions of Gallons of Sewage Be Discharged Into Our Water?

Harrison Township, MI — Yesterday’s heavy rains, according to the National Weather Service, brings our rain totals to 3.79 inches for August; nearly three-quarters of an inch greater than our historical average for August. While this may be good for our lawns and for our farmers – this is likely bad news for our rivers […]

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Discharge Report Shows Millions of Gallons Sewage is Still Flowing Into Lake St. Clair

Harrison Township, MI — In a scathing expose, the Macomb Daily reported yesterday on the frequency of beach closures in Macomb County and chronicled the repeated discharges or raw sewage into Lake St. Clair seemingly every time it rains. The Macomb Daily said, “The early morning, heavy rain on Aug. 16 that totaled more than […]

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For the Second Time In Seven Days – Beach at Lake St. Clair Metropark Closed for High Bacteria Levels

Miller: “We knew it was coming.” Harrison Township, MI — This week, reports once again gave us the news – Lake St. Clair Metropark beach was closed because of high E. coli levels. This is the third time in two months and the second time in 7 days the beach has been closed because of […]

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As our grass gets greener will our lakes turn brown?

Harrison Twp., MI – Congresswoman Candice Miller released the following statement anticipating the inevitable reports of sewage overflows into our waters resulting from recent rain storms and Macomb County Public Works Commissioner Anthony Marrocco’s continued inaction to address the problem: “The massive rains over the last few days are great news for our dry brown […]

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