Berkley

Berkley Ice Arena Ends Season Early Due to Leak

October 15th 2016

Berkley Ice Arena Ends Season Early Due to Leak (City of Berkley, Oct. 17, 2016) After 42 years of continuous operation, the City of Berkley has made the difficult decision to cancel all ice arena activities scheduled for the remainder of the winter season due to a coolant leak under the building. Hockey teams and […]

Berkley Seeking DDA Director

October 3rd 2016

Berkley Seeking DDA Director (City of Berkley, Oct. 3, 2016) Berkley, MI – The Downtown Development Authority is looking for a new Executive Director! The successful director is a self-motivated, innovative leader with excellent communication and presentation skills who is willing to occupy a highly visible position in the community and beyond. The director will […]

MML #6 – State Helps Communities Become Redevelopment Ready

September 29th 2016

–MML #6 – State Helps Communities Become Redevelopment Ready (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 29, 2016) Mackinac Island, MI – Change in communities happens in one of two ways, either with thoughtful planning or by chaos.  Across the state there are communities on the cusp of recovering from the recession of the past decade, and those […]

Construction Wednesday through Monday on I-94 between I-75 and I-96

September 28th 2016

Construction Wednesday through Monday on I-94 between I-75 and I-96 (MDOT, Sept. 28, 2016) Travel advisory for  I-94 in Detroit for overnight and weekend work on freeway and connecting ramps — West I-94 will have one lane open from I-75 to I-96: Overnight, Wednesday 10pm thru 5am Thursday Overnight, Thursday  10pm thru 5am Friday Weekend, Friday 10pm through 5am […]

Berkley Library Honors Banned Books Week Sept. 25-Oct. 1

September 25th 2016

Berkley Library Honors Banned Books Week Sept. 25-Oct. 1 (Kathryn Bergeron, MSI, Librarian Berkley Library, Sept. 25, 2016) Berkley, MI – Gone with the Wind, The Hunger Games, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Captain Underpants: what do all these books have in common? They’ve all been banned or challenged. From September 25 to October 1 […]

MML #4 – How Crowdfunding Builds Community with Patronicity

September 23rd 2016

MML #4 – How Crowdfunding Builds Community with Patronicity (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 23, 2016) Mackinaw Island, MI – “When most people think of cities, they think of buildings, streets and cars. But when I think of cities I think of people… Where people go and where people meet is at the core of community,” […]

Sheriff’s Office Hosting Self Defense Class Oct 1, 15 and 29

September 22nd 2016

Sheriff’s Office Hosting Self Defense Class Oct 1, 15 and 29 (EVENT page) The Oakland County Sheriff’s Office is proud to team up with the Miss Michigan America Organization, the IGroup Model and Talent Agency, and Common Ground to present the Women’s Self-Defense Awareness Month in Oakland County during the month of October. Sergeant Jen […]

2016 Candidate Interview County Commissioner Dave Woodward (video)

September 20th 2016

2016 Candidate Interview County Commissioner Dave Woodward (video) (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 20, 2016)   Royal Oak, MI – Oakland County Commissioner Dave Woodward of the 19th District is up for re-election. Woodward represents the communities of Berkley and Royal Oak.  He is a Democrat.  Republican Michael Ryan and Libertarian Jim Fulner are challenging him […]

MML#3 – Cities and Civic Tech, How Local Governments Serve Residents Online

September 20th 2016

MML#3 – Cities and Civic Tech, How Local Governments Serve Residents Online (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 18, 2016) Mackinaw Island, MI – Cities vary on how much effort they put into their websites, apps, social media, and online presence.  Yet clearly the internet is important to residents and those wishing to do business.  How can […]

MML#2 – Cities Facing Increasing Lawsuits over Fees

September 17th 2016

MML#2 – Cities Facing Increasing Lawsuits over Fees (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 18, 2016) Mackinaw Island, MI – Class action lawsuits against municipalities are becoming more common, particularly those over water and sewer billing. Litigation attorney Soni Mithani, a Principal at Miller Canfield in Ann Arbor, took time to educate officials about these types of […]

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