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Ferndale Earns “Revelopment Ready” Certification

May 19th 2017

Ferndale Earns “Revelopment Ready” Certification (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 16, 2017) Ferndale, MI – Although Ferndale has been following “Redevelopment Ready” principles for years, they officially have joined the list of cities certified by the State of Michigan’s Economic Developmnent Corporation. After a rigorous process of evaluation, planning and implementing best practices, the moment of […]

Ferndale’s Rainbow Run is June 3

May 17th 2017

Ferndale’s Rainbow Run is June 3 (EVENT page) Ferndale, MI  – Runners, Walkers and Dog Walkers – Weave through the streets of Ferndale with the ones you love Saturday, June 3rdand get blasted with a hue of color! Beginning on the east side of Ferndale in front of the Ferndale Public Library (222 E 9 Mile Rd) at 9am register […]

Rochester Area Residents Learn about LGBTQ Rights at GRAIN Panel Discussion

May 12th 2017

Rochester Area Residents Learn about LGBTQ Rights at GRAIN Panel Discussion (Crystal A. Proxmire, May 12, 2017) Rochester Hills, MI – Nearly 100 people from the Greater Rochester Area gathered Thursday night to learn about the lack of civil rights protection for LGBTQ people and to hear what options might be available for making their […]

Following Fire, Troy Fire Chief Urges Caution When Cooking Outside

May 12th 2017

Following Fire, Troy Fire Chief Urges Caution When Cooking Outside (Troy Fire Department, May 12, 2017) Troy, MI – On Wednesday May 10, 2017 at  9:51 pm (2151 Hours) the Troy Fire Dept. responded to a call on Hannah. The Troy Fire Department responded to this address for a report of a deck on fire […]

Open City Pontiac Forum for Entrepreneurs May 9

May 5th 2017

Open City Pontiac Forum for Entrepreneurs May 9 (EVENT page) Pontiac, MI –  This coming Tuesday, May 9 from 6:00 to 8:00 Pontiac welcomes the incredible Open City forum built for Metro Detroit’s aspiring and established small business owners to learn, network, and exchange information in a fun and lively atmosphere. Born out of Open […]

Rochester Hills Picks Park Name: Innovation Hills

May 4th 2017

Rochester Hills Picks Park Name: Innovation Hills (City of Rochester Hills Press Release, May 4, 2017) Rochester Hills, MI – After the community wide contest, the Rochester Hills City Council  unanimously voted to change the  name of the city’s newest park  to Innovation Hills! This exciting new name captures the true spirit of both our […]

Business Workshops in May and June

May 2nd 2017

Business Workshops in May and June (Oakland County One Stop Shop, May 2, 2017)   CEED Lending Small Business Loan Orientation Wednesday, May 10, 2017, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Wednesday, June 14, 2017, 9:00 AM to 11:00 AM Cost: no charge Location: Oakland County Executive Office Building Conference Center,  2100 Pontiac Lake Road, Waterford 48328 […]

Ferndale Pauses on Marijuana Facility Applications while Reviewing State Law

November 16th 2016

Ferndale Pauses on Marijuana Facility Applications while Reviewing State Law (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 16, 2016) Ferndale, MI –  Ferndale officials put a pause on accepting applications for medical marijuana facilities, but want it to be clear they don’t oppose them.  They just want to do things right. Ferndale City Council voted Monday to suspend […]

Several Cities Showcase One Stop Ready Properties in Oakland County

October 21st 2016

Several Cities Showcase One Stop Ready Properties in Oakland County (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 21, 2016) Waterford, MI – “Developers know what cities are good to work with.  You make someone wait on a permit or an inspection, and the developer may not come back.  You get a bad reputation and that spreads to others […]

Madison Heights Comes Together to Revitalize Gravel Park

October 10th 2016

Madison Heights Comes Together to Revitalize Gravel Park (Crystal A. Proxmire, Oct. 10, 2016) Madison Heights, MI  – Families in Madison Heights no longer need to travel north of 13 to enjoy a city-owned park thanks to the efforts of volunteers in the community this weekend. While there are school-district owned parks, Gravel -which was […]