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Internet Phone Portal: http://phone.wyan.org

If you are unable to access the portal via http://phone.wyan.org, please try http://voip.wyan.org.

Wyandotte Municipal Services is pleased to announce the launch of a new, improved WebMail/Spamcontrol service.

In addition to the Spamcontrol security tools that you have already been given access to, the new version of WebMail includes a more user-friendly interface, improved attachment handling, and new features such as a calendar/date book.

Click here to log in to WebMail and with just a few clicks of your mouse you can find out more information about the new tools and set up your Spamcontrol preferences (just go to “Options” and “Spamcontrol”), if you haven’t done so already.

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Non-discrimination ordinance to expand protections

MICHIGAN DAILY
With a new revision to Ann Arbor’s Non-Discrimination Ordinance, the City Council is aiming to extend legal protections to a broader spectrum of the city’s residents. read more

City Council to expand Ann Arbor's non-discrimination ordinance

MICHIGAN DAILY
The Ann Arbor City Council unanimously approved amendments to both the city’s Non-Discrimination Ordinance and the Living Wage Ordinance at their meeting Monday. Non-Discrimination Ordinance The Council’s unanimous decision to expand the city’s Non-Discrimination Ordinance drew cheers from those in attendance. read more

Seventh annual HomeGrown Festival celebrates local food, culture

MICHIGAN DAILY
As the mood on campus plummeted with Notre Dame’s victory over Michigan Saturday, a different scene played out at the Ann Arbor Farmers Market in Kerrytown. Live music boomed as visitors made their way through rows of booths featuring local food, products and organizations at the seventh annual HomeGrown Festival. read more

City Council debates regulations for Uber and Lyft in Ann Arbor

MICHIGAN DAILY
Supporters of driving-service companies Uber and Lyft will live to fight another day after the Ann Arbor City Council discussed the economic and safety concerned of these non-conventional taxi services. read more

National News

Ferguson grand jury won't reconvene until Monday

USA TODAY - TOP HEADLINES
The timing of a decision is still unclear.        

U.Va. suspends fraternities amid rape investigation

USA TODAY - TOP HEADLINES
The announced suspension is planned through Jan. 9.        

Japan earthquake collapses homes, causes injuries

USA TODAY - TOP HEADLINES
A strong earthquake has hit central Japan, but there were no immediate reports of injuries or damage, and no tsunami warning was issued.        

5 things you need to know this weekend

USA TODAY - TOP HEADLINES
The biggest and most buzzworthy news to start your weekend.        

Pain Spreads as Credit Vise Grows Tighter

NEW YORK TIMES
Lenders have become even less willing to part with their money, further crimping budgets and family spending.

For Rivals, Finance Crisis Is Posing on-the-Fly Tests

NEW YORK TIMES
The presidential race has turned into an audition for who could best handle a national economic emergency.

Drug Label, Maimed Patient and Test for Court

NEW YORK TIMES
At issue is whether plaintiffs have the right to sue when the products that hurt them had met federal standards.

After Impasse, New California Budget Agreement

NEW YORK TIMES
California legislative leaders and the governor have come to an agreement on the state budget, which is now roughly three months late.

International News

Hour?s Drive Outside Kabul, Taliban Reign

NEW YORK TIMES
In the absence of international troops or their air support, the Taliban have eclipsed the legitimacy of government forces in several parts of the country.

An Ethnic Chinese Christian, Breaking Barriers in Indonesia

NEW YORK TIMES
Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, the new leader of Jakarta, the capital of the most populous Muslim-majority nation, says his faith and ethnicity are not political handicaps.

In Iran Talks, U.S. Seeks to Prevent a Covert Weapon

NEW YORK TIMES
Unstated during negotiations is the fear of a ?sneakout,? the risk of a bomb being produced at an undetected facility, or built from fuel and components obtained from one of Iran?s few trading partners.

Europe Takes Stronger Measures, Albeit Symbolic, to Condemn Israeli Policies

NEW YORK TIMES
After years of growing frustration, European politicians are embracing symbolic steps to support a Palestinian state.


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