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The Trenton Channel Power Plant will replace the plant's north bridge deck beginning in JUNE. The plant's main entrance off of West Jefferson will be temporarily closed during the repair work. Trucks will use a temporary GROSSE ILE PARKWAY entrance. The work is expected to be completed in September.
DTE will perform routine annual maintenance on one of its units at the Trenton Channel Power Plant during the week of Saturday, May 11 - Sunday, May 19.
While the unit is shut down, nearby residents may hear a low frequency hum coming from the roof of the plant. The hum will be created when mainly fresh air, used to move coal ash through a collection system, is released through an exhaust pipe.
The air will not cause additional emissions from the plant and poses no risk to nearby residents or to those working in the power plant.
This is a planned outage.
DTE Energy is upgrading older street lights in our city to improve the reliability and energy-efficiency of street lighting.
The street lighting work will take place in different sections of our city throughout the Spring months.
Only street lights (not electric service to homes and businesses) will be affected.
To complete the project safely, DTE will shut off power to impacted street lighting circuits for 30- 40 days.
As each circuit is upgraded, street lights will be restored as quickly as possible to lessen the impact on the community.
Residents and businesses in the construction zones will be notified by door hangers left at the premises. Signs will be posted on street lights that are being upgraded, and road signs will be placed in neighborhoods where the work is being performed.
Questions about the street lighting upgrade should be directed to the City Engineering Department. For construction locations and status reports, go to www.dteenergy.com/lights.
There are many cats at the Shelter that are looking for homes. There are over 25 cats all ages and types. Please consider opening up your home and adopting one today. Please call (734) 675-4956.
Ordinance 774 and 775 have been adopted, approved and passed by the Trenton City Council and shall be effective on May 20th, 2013. Additional information is available on the City Clerk's Office - Ordinance and Policy page.
The Trenton War Monuments Project now has a home on the City of Trenton web site!
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