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Business Spotlight: Artisan Reserve Brewery

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When Artisan Reserve opened in Romulus in September 2018, it was the result of 60 years of experimentation in brewing, at least for Dearborn resident Richard Kasaba. 

“Going backward toward the future,” is how he and fellow owner Brian Bush, a Romulus resident, describe their technique.

It was Brian’s father who suggested opening the brewery in Romulus.

How to Report Blocked Highway-Rail Grade Crossings

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Business Spotlight: Aztec Manufacturing Corporation

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A minority-owned company, Aztec was originally located in Ecorse, where it machined castings and forgings for the Ford Heavy Truck Division. After five successful years in the industry, Aztec quickly outgrew its old building and moved to its current location in Romulus—a 74,000-square-foot warehouse and manufacturing facility with an additional 5,000-square-feet of office space. 

Business Spotlight: Abernathy & Pickles

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Located at 37129 Goddard Road, Abernathy & Pickles is downtown Romulus’ one-stop shop for vintage collectibles and “reloved” furniture. From custom signs and coffee bars to tables, beds and chairs, owner Carol Bevins can turn any old, wooden furniture to a shabby chic repurposed piece. 

Romulus Responds to State Regarding Deep Injection Well Concerns

On Friday, October 4, 2019, Mayor Burcroff sent a full report of findings and concerns related to the deep injection well on Citrin Drive in Romulus to the State of Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy.

City of Romulus Urges State to Host Public Hearing on Deep Injection Well License Transfer

“We believe the residents of Romulus have a right to be heard before operations begin under new ownership at the deep injection well on Citrin Drive,” Mayor LeRoy Burcroff said. “As a city, we must come together in urging that the state listen to our many concerns. We, the city administration and city council, as well as members of the public, must speak in one united voice.”

New 34th District Court Host Agreement Reached, dispels rumors

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Romulus, Township of Sumpter, Charter Township of Van Buren, Charter Township of Huron, Belleville Agree to Terms

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City of Romulus Opt Out on Marihuana

PURSUANT TO STATE LAW, THE ROMULUS CITY COUNCIL HAS OPTED OUT OF ALLOWING ANY MEDICAL MARIHUANA FACILITIES OR RECREATIONAL MARIHUANA ESTABLISHMENTS TO BE LOCATED IN THE CITY OF ROMULUS.

 THIS DOES NOT AFFECT THE ABILITY OF INDIVIDUALS WHO HAVE A MEDICAL MARIHUANA CARD FROM POSSESSION OF MARIHUANA IN AMOUNTS PERMITTED BY LAW OR THOSE WHO ARE 21-YEARS OR OLDER FROM POSSESSING FOR RECREATIONAL PURPOSES THE AMOUNT PERMITTED BY STATE LAW.

Romulus Highlighted in SEMCOG Report on  Nonresidential Development in the Region

The Southeast Michigan Council of Governments (SEMCOG) released a report last month on nonresidential development in southeast Michigan during 2018.

Throughout the report, Romulus was touted as a large source of the development.



New Water Bill Changes

NOTICE BILL CHANGE RESIDENTIAL - MAY 2019

Water bills will now be tabulated for every two months of usage. Please call the Water Department if you have any questions.
734-942-7560

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