Dearborn Homeowners See Property Tax Drop + Voter Ballot Translation

Hello all. Dylan Siewiki is here with your new copy of The Dearborn Daily, packed with everything you need to know about what’s happening locally. Here he goes.


First, today’s weather:

Mostly sunny. High: 90 Low: 67.


Here are the top stories in Dearborn today:

  1. Dearborn will be officially Ballot papers translated into Arabic And materials are available before the August primaries for the first time. (Detroit Free Press)
  2. Annapolis High School student First ever apprentice Dearborn Heights Fire Department. Nathan Koska recently completed Fire I and Fire II training at Schoolcraft College and was a senior member of the department last year. (Dearborn Press and Guide)
  3. Dearborn homeowners will see a Significant reduction in property taxes. Residents can save about $1,300 for a homeowner with a taxable value of $134,000. (Detroit Free Press)

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Today in Dearborn:

  • Member Preview – Heroes & Villains: The Art of the Disney Costume (9:30 AM)
  • Public Museum Opening Hours – Automotive Hall of Fame (10:00 a.m.)
  • Dearborn Farmers and Artisans Market – West (2:00 pm)
  • Friday Night Gatherings for Music and Foodies – City of Dearborn – Community Events (5:00 PM)

From my notebook:

  • Dearborn Fire Department: “Letter from Fire Chief Joseph Murray: Congratulations to Corey Silas and Timothy Dew on their well deserved promotion to Lieutenant General. Both gentlemen have done an outstanding job during their time with the Department…” (Dearborn Fire Department via Facebook)
  • Dearborn City Government: “Dearborn City Charter Committee Meeting 6/22/2022” (Dearborn City Government via Facebook)
  • Next Neighbor, Melrose Gardens: “Selling my car for 4,600 if you are interested hmu 3132313250 good condition drivable it is ok or email me the mileage on it 155,039 [email protected]” (Nextdoor)
  • Next neighbour, Snow Woods: “Great Lakes Michigan Cleaning Company. – Residential and Small Business Cleaning Needs. Residential Cleaning Includes – Basic Home Cleaning, Custom Cleaning, Deep Cleaning, Tidy Cleaning Services (Dishwashing, Vacuum Cleaner, Wipe, Cab…” (Next Section)

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You are all trapped for the day. See you around!

Dylan Sewicki

ABOUT ME: I was born and raised in Detroit’s Westside, in the hard-working blue-collar Polish neighborhood of Warendal. I am a Detroit Public School graduate and have struggled hard to earn my education. I look up to the press when I was a little kid, when I started following the corruption scandal of former Detroit mayor Kwame Kilpatrick. My first steps into the world of journalism began with the opportunity to work for the Michigan Journal, primarily covering campus and local news throughout the Dearborn community. I eventually worked my way up to the news editor. So, with my personal experience growing up in a tight-knit neighborhood, I realize the importance of communicating news and telling stories that impact local communities. And as the breaking news editor at Patch for Metro Detroit, my job is to deliver that news. So feel free to contact me about news tips or your unique experiences at [email protected]

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