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Motown Music and Posters Fill Warren City Hall during Black History Month

Warren City Hall employees and visitors will enjoy the memorable sounds of Motown music, both in the atrium, on hold with City Hall and by viewing Motown and Inventor posters in the atrium February 3-29. The City of Warren Public Library in the atrium also has a Black History Month display and books that patrons can check out. Read more about Motown Music and Posters Fill Warren City Hall during Black History Month[…]

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City of Warren – STORM UPDATE

STORM UPDATE: The City of Warren has completed the 65 miles of main roads earlier today. Since about 3 pm we have been plowing the neighborhood roads. The City of Warren is in the process of completing the Monday sanitation route and are beginning the Tuesday sanitation route. This was a very WET snow* and Read more about City of Warren – STORM UPDATE[…]

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Warren Mayor James Fouts Declares a Snow Emergency

At 1 pm on January 17, 2020, Warren Mayor James Fouts had officially declared a snow emergency for the city of Warren.  All vehicles should be off city streets by 10 PM tonight. Police will be out to ensure compliance with the Snow Emergency! Mayor Fouts had also issued an order to pre-treat all city Read more about Warren Mayor James Fouts Declares a Snow Emergency[…]

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City of Warren Mayor proclaims January 16 “Joey Lomasney Day”

Warren Mayor Jim Fouts officially declares Thursday, January 16, to be “Joey Lomasney Day”, in honor of Joey Lomasney, a Warren resident and a big supporter, who passed away at the young age of 35. Joey’s developmental delay did not keep him from a life of complete support of the City of Warren and the Read more about City of Warren Mayor proclaims January 16 “Joey Lomasney Day”[…]

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End of an era today and this week…Warren Public Service Director Richard Sabaugh retires.

End of an era today and this week… Public Service Director Richard Sabaugh retires this week after over a half century of public service.  In the opinion of Warren Mayor Jim Fouts, Richard is by far the most outstanding Public Service Director in recent history and maybe since Warren became a City.  Mr. Sabaugh was Read more about End of an era today and this week…Warren Public Service Director Richard Sabaugh retires.[…]

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Warren Mayor Fouts issues storm alert and preparation ‘All Hands on Deck’.

Storm alert and preparation…”All Hands on Deck” DPW, WWTP, and the entire City are in preparation for the severe storm this weekend.  Stand-by and overtime approved. Anyone who has previous experience with flooding should remove all valuables from the basement or place them in a higher place. This storm may be the worst one in years. Read more about Warren Mayor Fouts issues storm alert and preparation ‘All Hands on Deck’.[…]

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Further IPP Inspection Shows Warren’s Drinking Water Is Safe, No Contamination From I696 ‘Green Goo’

Good news as after Mayor Jim Fouts requested that Warren’s water be completely checked out, the results are in today, and the City’s water is safe to drink. No detectable traces of hexavalent chrome plating were found by our IPP inspectors. So that green ooze of Madison Heights / Oakland County has not been detected Read more about Further IPP Inspection Shows Warren’s Drinking Water Is Safe, No Contamination From I696 ‘Green Goo’[…]

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Great news for City of Warren residents. 

Great news City of Warren residents. The City of Warren IPP inspectors checked out all of our drains in the city, that could possibly be contaminated with green goo on 696, and the result is NO contamination! Warren’s Industrial Pre-Treatment Program inspectors headed by Ted Landway tested all storm drains connected to 696 and found NO Read more about Great news for City of Warren residents. […]

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Warren Mayor James Fouts on the City Council’s treatment of City Attorney Ethan Vinson.

Warren Mayor James R. Fouts sent a memo to the Warren City Council regarding their treatment of City Attorney Ethan Vinson.  Ethan Vinson was personally attacked by Mindy Moore, City Council Secretary and Pat Green, City Council President, who denied the City Attorney the right to speak and defend himself. Mayor Fouts also recently vetoed Read more about Warren Mayor James Fouts on the City Council’s treatment of City Attorney Ethan Vinson.[…]

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Salvation Army in Warren recently received donations from the City and the Mayor’s Office.

  The toys were donated by Warren residents by picking a gift tag from the Mayor’s Office Christmas tree and then shopping for a toy which was then placed under the tree. This is the 10th year that Mayor Fouts’ Office has been collecting donations for the Salvation Army.  With Christmas around the corner, all Read more about Salvation Army in Warren recently received donations from the City and the Mayor’s Office.[…]