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Here's what the Troy City Council will discuss at Monday's meeting.
'Now, it's time to get on to business,' said Slater, following victory in the May 7 special election.
A voter turnout rate of about 22 percent framed the Troy special mayoral election.
The Marketplace Fairness Act was approved this week in the U.S. Senate, and is headed to the Republican-controlled U.S. House for consideration. Both Michigan's senators voted for the bill, which would require merchants to collect state taxes on internet
Here's a reintroduction to Troy's new mayor, a recap of Tuesday at the polls, and a report of the voter turnout.
Slater will continue through 2015.
Voters will decide between six candidates to fill one partial term.
The half-built, $6 million project could be in jeopardy following the ruling in favor of Grand/Sakwa Properties.
The 14th District Congressman says voices 'from every corner of Michigan' encouraged him to run for retiring Sen. Carl Levin's seat.
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