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Phil Tolliver posts a sign on the window of his new restaurant

In case you missed it, the new Chelsea Police Department at 311 S. Main Street is now fully-operational. The building is across the driveway from the downtown branch of the Chelsea State Bank and the Chelsea City Offices.

There will be a public hearing on Tuesday, Aug. 28 during the Chelsea City Council meeting regarding the sale of the old police building at 104 East Middle St.

Each Sunday, Chelsea Update will provide important updates from the week as well as reader’s favorite posts from the week.

Topping the list was Monday’s story about relaunch of Chelsea Update. Here’s the link to that story: http://chelseaupdate.com/welcome-to-the-relaunch-of-chelseaupdate-com/

A resident’s allegations that there’s a speeding problem on Washington Street was also popular. Here’s the link to that story: http://chelseaupdate.com/is-there-a-speeding-problem-on-washington-street/

Hopefully people didn’t just read this story, but also volunteered. http://chelseaupdate.com/eat-looking-for-interested-volunteers/

How many people will file for the November school board election? Here’s the link. http://chelseaupdate.com/deadline-approaching-for-chelsea-board-of-education-candidates/

Jim Randolph and a U-M flag

Dedicated Kiwanis volunteers reveal some of their more interesting finds along I-94 during their Adopt-a-Highway adventure. http://chelseaupdate.com/chelsea-kiwanis-adopt-a-highway-crew-finds-unusual-items/

If you are new to the site and would like to see the more than 40 stories that were posted about Chelsea in the first week of Chelsea Update’s launch. Check out the July 2012 section for all the All the News that’s Fit to Post about Chelsea to date.

And, if you’d like to contact me directly with a story idea or a comment about the site, email me at lallmendinger@sbcglobal.net or give me a call at 433-1052.

Lisa Allmendinger

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