Farmington/Farmington Hills

County Budget Passes, Includes Employee Wage Increase and Road Funding

September 25th 2019

Coulter said “We wanted to send a strong signal to employees that we value their efforts.”

OC Times Publisher Interviewed for Michigan Municipal League Podcast

September 25th 2019

Those checking out the MML website will find an exciting interview on the homepage.

2019 Candidate Interview: Farmington City Councilperson Joe LaRussa

September 24th 2019

Joe LaRussa is running for re-election to Farmington City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.

Oct. 2 – WONder Woman Awards Banquet Honoring Four Local Leaders

September 21st 2019

The award honors women who have improved the quality of life in Michigan through their civic, philanthropic and professional accomplishments.

Sept. 26 – Legal Tips for Caregivers Workshop      

September 21st 2019

Sponsors include Area Agency on Aging 1B, Legal Services Michigan and the
No Excuse for Elder Abuse Campaign.

Sept. 23 – Farmington Candidate Forum Hosted by League of Women Voters

September 14th 2019

Candidates are Sara Bowman, Sarah Davies, Joe LaRussa, Geof Perrot, and Steve Schneemann.

2019 Candidate Interview: Farmington Hills City Councilperson Theresa Rich (Write-In)

September 12th 2019

Farmington Hills City Councilperson Theresa Rich is running for re-election in the Nov. 5, 2019 election as a write-in. 

April Lynch Appointed Deputy County Executive

September 12th 2019

Oakland County Executive David Coulter has appointed April McGrath Lynch Deputy County Executive.

Oakland County Encouraging Veterans to Learn About Benefits

September 4th 2019

Veterans often seek service-connected disability compensation, pensions not connected to military service, education and vocational rehabilitation, home loans, hospitalization and health care, burial benefits and corrections to their military records.

2019 Candidate Interview: Jackie Boleware, Farmington Hills City Council

August 30th 2019

Jackie Boleware is running for Farmington Hills City Council in the Nov. 5, 2019 election.