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Shelby Township Digital Archives

Since 2008, the Charter Township of Shelby has taken on numerous historic initiatives such as unprecedented improvements to Township infrastructure, reforms to Township business and increased transparency. Follow the links below to view news reports documenting these initiatives.
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Hike and Bike Trails

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River Bends Park in Shelby Township and Memorial park in Utica recently received a bike repair stations along new paved trails.
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Michigan department of Natural Resources Trust Fund provided Shelby Township with a $300,000 grant for a 0.57-mile trail.

 

Township Parks

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Resident's donation covered cost
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On Nov. 1 the Board of Trustees voted 6-1 to sell four double lots on the undeveloped, township-owned property known as "Bellarine Subdivison".

 

Parks and Recreation Improvements

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On Nov. 1 the Board of Trustees voted 6-1 to sell four double lots on the undeveloped, township-owned property known as "Bellarine Subdivison".

 

Sidewalks

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Board of Trustees unanimously approved the 2016 sidewalk gap program to close sidewalk gaps

 

Utica Community Schools

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Auxiliary gymnasiums and other improvements at Davis and Malow junior high school have completed as a result of a bond issue that voters approved in 2009.
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Now that Shelby Junior High school robotics team has a state championship under its belt, the students have their eyes set on a regional qualifier in Iowa in March.
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Former homecoming-king is a fifth-year doctoral candidate at Wayne State. Student John Diedrich is a candidate in WSU's cancer Biology graduate program.
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Utica Community Schools and the United Shore Professional Baseball League have teamed up again to make sure the students are hitting a "home run" their reading.
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Utica Community Schools honored its three Teachers of The Year finalist with a presentation on March 22 and one of them walked away with exciting news and , son enough, new keys.