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Project Blue Light to Honor Fallen First Responders Dec. 1

November 8th 2015

Project Blue Light to Honor Fallen First Responders Dec. 1 (EVENT page) Project Blue Light to Honor Fallen First Responders Dec. 1 Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015, St. Justin Church, 1600 E. Evelyn, Hazel Park, MI 48030 Join us for this annual event as we honor and pay tribute to our Law Enforcement Officers and Firefighters […]

Analysis of Voter Turnout in South Oakland County, 2015

November 5th 2015

Analysis of Voter Turnout in South Oakland County, 2015 (Guest View: Kurt Metzger, Mayor of Pleasant Ridge, Nov. 5, 2015) Now that the results are final and the celebrations are over, it is time to reflect on Tuesday’s election results across communities in southeast Oakland County. As one would expect in an off-year election, the […]

2015 Election Results

November 3rd 2015

2015 Election Results (oc115 Staff, Nov. 3, 2015) Election Results will be updated as they become available.  The results listed below come from the Oakland County Clerk’s Office, and are unofficial until verified.  For more detailed info on any of the races go to the Oakland County Clerk’s Election page at https://www.oakgov.com/clerkrod/elections. Auburn Hills In […]

Election Day! Share Your Stickers and Poll Worker Pictures!

November 3rd 2015

Election Day! Share Your Stickers and Poll Worker Pictures! (Compiled, with much thanks to Cheryl Weiss, Nov. 3, 2015) Election Day is one of our favorite holidays!  Let’s spread the Election Day spirit by sharing pictures of poll workers and folks with “I voted” stickers. For the best oc115 Election Stories go to http://oaklandcounty115.com/2015/11/02/2015-election-stories/. Check […]

Guest View: Why should cities have an open data policy?

November 1st 2015

Guest View: Why should cities have an open data policy? (Guest View by Stephen Larrick, Sunlight Foundation, Nov. 1, 2015) At this year’s iteration of our annual open government unconference, TransparencyCamp, I had the pleasure of leading a session on the role of policy in the open data movement, and a particular question seemed to […]

Development Properties in 18 Communities Part of One Stop Ready Showcase Oct. 30

October 25th 2015

Development Properties in 18 Communities Part of One Stop Ready Showcase Oct. 30 (Oakland County Press Release, Oct. 24, 2015) Developers, investors, brokers and businesses interested in owning a piece of prime Oakland County real estate can shop for available parcels at the county’s second annual One Stop Ready (OSR) Community Showcase. The event is […]

FBI Warns: College Students Targeted for Phone Scams

October 24th 2015

FBI Warns: College Students Targeted for Phone Scams (FBI Press Release, David P. Gelios, Special Agent in Charge of the FBI Detroit Division, announced that the FBI is warning consumers to be on alert for a phone scam that primarily targets college students while displaying the FBI’s telephone number on the recipient’s caller ID. The […]

Brownies and Cadettes Take Stand Against Microbeads

October 24th 2015

Brownies and Cadettes Take Stand Against Microbeads (Girl Scouts of SE Michigan Press Release, Oct. 25, 2015) They’re called microbeads and the tiny particles can cause a huge environmental threat. Just ask the Cadettes and Brownies who attended the Water Warrior Day Camp at Lake St. Clair Metropark this summer. The Brownies learned about these […]

Veterans and Mass Transit, Meeting Oct. 28

October 23rd 2015

Veterans and Mass Transit, Meeting Oct. 28 (EVENT page) Veterans are preparing for Veterans Day 2015 by engaging in a campaign to bring real public transportation to Southeast Michigan. Area veterans, friends and family are meeting with the   Regional Transit Authority’s top official from 4:30 – 6:30 p.m. on Wednesday, October 28 at   Breakers Covenant […]

Coalition Seeks to Put Earned Sick Time on the 2016 Ballot (video)

October 20th 2015

Coalition Seeks to Put Earned Sick Time on the 2016 Ballot (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 20, 2015) The MI Time to Care Coalition held a panel discussion in Pontiac on Oct. 16 to introduce their plan to put the requirement for Earned Sick Days on the ballot statewide in 2016. The initiative would require […]

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