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State Rep. Wittenberg Sounds Horn on 1949 Law for Motorists, Introduces Repeal

January 30th 2018

State Rep. Wittenberg Sounds Horn on 1949 Law for Motorists, Introduces Repeal (Rep. Robert Wittenberg, Jan. 30, 2018) Huntington Woods, MI – House Bill 5504, introduced today by state Rep. Robert Wittenberg (D-Huntington Woods), heralds a change to an archaic 1949 law encouraging drivers to toot a horn or give another audible sign when they […]

Historic Preservation Advocacy Day March 23

February 26th 2016

Historic Preservation Advocacy Day March 23 (EVENT page) Wednesday, March 23, 2016 Christman University, Ground Floor, The Christman Building 208 N. Capitol Ave., Lansing, MI REGISTRATION IS NOW OPEN! Lunch Sponsorship Form To provide value throughout the entire day for our members, we are providing educational opportunities, however; please note the legislative appointments need to […]

Dr. Vickie L. Markavitch Presents Information

December 7th 2012

Oakland Schools Superintendent Dr. Vickie L. Markavitch spoke to over 250 people at Coolidge Intermediate School on Dec. 6 about proposed changes to the State’s education system, the legislation for which is being modern taxpushed quickly through by conservatives in Lansing.

“Someone I Know and Love Has Had an Abortion”

June 1st 2012

She and others shared their stories on May 10, 2012 at the “It’s Not an Easy Choice” program put on by Oakland/MacombNOW in partnership with Planned Parenthood Affiliates of Michigan and Northland Family Planning Centers. “If you don’t pay attention, we will go back,” she said. “The mainstream media isn’t telling you about what’s happening.”

Walking in Downtown Ferndale

November 16th 2010

It’s a solution has been considered for over ten years. The city of Ferndale, with a population of over 20,000, and key location on Woodward Avenue, has contemplated the idea of creating elevated walkways across Woodward Avenue, the state highway that divides the city in half.