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Milan City Ballot

May 14th at 4 PM was the deadline for persons to present petitions to be on the Milan City ballot in November. The following names will appear on the city ballot: MAYOR (Vote for one): Michael Armitage CITY COUNCIL (Vote for three): Joseph Chapin Ann Gee Douglas Gilson Dominic Hamden LIBRARY BOARD (Vote for two): […]

PRESS RELEASE: Michael Armitage campaign kickoff

Michael Armitage and the host committee would like to invite the community to a campaign kick-off event on March 22 from 6-8pm at the American Legion, located at 44 Wabash St. “I want to take this opportunity to hear what is important to the residents, and share my ideas and commitment to get positive results […]

Milan’s Big Loss: Swayze Resigns Post as City Administrator

Milan’s Big Loss: Swayze Resigns Post as City Administrator

Milan, MI – On Friday, January 18 City Administrator Ben Swayze worked his final day at his post with the City of Milan. Swayze, who began work with the City as the Parks and Recreation Director in 2005 and was appointed to the City Administrator position in 2008, resigned his post to take a similar […]

Michael Armitage announces bid for Mayor

Michael Armitage announced his intentions to run for Mayor in 2013 with a float in the Christmas Parade last Saturday. “After long and thorough deliberation, I am excited to announce that I have decided to run for Mayor. This is the right time for me and it is the right time for Milan,” he said. […]

Council Approves Major Upgrade to the Outdoor Warning Sirens

There is a Federal mandate that all radios become narrow banded by the first part of 2013. This mandate will affect our tornado sirens, as they are all activated/controlled by radio signal. Research was initiated last year aimed at upgrading the tornado siren system to provide more complete and reliable coverage throughout the city, including […]