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Presentation Helps Holly Understand Water Rates and Infrastructure  

March 10th 2019

Presentation Helps Holly Understand Water Rates and Infrastructure (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 10, 2019) Holly, MI  – Village of Holly officials, staff and members of the public attended a morning-long study session on Feb. 9 to learn more about how the water and sewer fund works, and get answers to common questions regarding water service. […]

Water Infrastructure 101 at Royal Oak Library Sept. 23

August 30th 2018

Water Infrastructure 101 at Royal Oak Library Sept 23 Royal Oak, MI- Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash will present Water Infrastructure 101 on Sunday, September 23, 2:00 – 3:30 p.m. Discussion topics incl. water quality, sewer and storm water, lakes and flooding, lead and copper, home infrastructure and the Water Residential Assistance Program […]

Water Infrastructure 101 Discussion, Southfield May 21

May 18th 2018

Water Infrastructure 101 Discussion, Southfield May 21 Southfield, MI- Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash give a presentation on Water Infrastructure 101-“What You Need to Know Below and Beyond.” In Southfield this will take place at Southfield Public Library 26300 Evergreen Road Monday, May 21, 2018 from 7pm to 8:30pm The public will have […]

Water Infrastructure 101 Discussion, Ortonville June 21

May 18th 2018

Water Infrastructure 101 Discussion, Ortonville June 21 Ortonville, MI- Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner Jim Nash give a presentation on Water Infrastructure 101-“What You Need to Know Below and Beyond.” In Ortonville this will take place at Brandon Public Library, 304 South Street, Ortonville on Thursday, June 21 from 6:30 to 8 pm. The public […]

Lawsuit Dismissed Against Village of Holly over Water & Sewer Fees

December 12th 2017

Lawsuit Dismissed Against Village of Holly over Water and Sewer Fees (Crystal A. Proxmire, Dec. 12, 2017) Holly, MI – A lawsuit against the Village of Holly over water and sewer fees was dismissed Dec. 6 for the second time when the judge determined there was no evidence that fees had been used improperly. The […]

Berkley Announces Next Steps in Flooding Discussions

September 13th 2017

Berkley Announces Next Steps in Flooding Discussions (City of Berkley, Sept. 13, 2018) Berkley, MI – The City of Berkley released the following press release on Wednesday, Sept. 13 in regard to recent flooding of basements: “On September 7, the Berkley City Council, Water Resource Commissioner Jim Nash, and city and county staff met with […]

Huntington Woods: Presentation on Infrastructure and Water Safety Feb. 13

February 10th 2017

Huntington Woods: Presentation on Infrastructure and Water Safety Feb. 13 (EVENT page) Huntington Woods, MI – Presentation on “How Infrastructure and Regulations Affect the Quality and Safety of Drinking Water” on Monday, February 13th at 7 p.m. at the Huntington Woods Library 26415 Scotia Rd, Huntington Woods, MI 48070. http://campaign.r20.constantcontact.com/render?m=1118263154414&ca=f6f586f0-7984-4c9f-a2d5-ba4fa88cc6a4 ****** For more event listings […]

Floods, Basements, Power Lines & Other Rainy Day Concerns Addressed

October 28th 2015

Floods, Basements, Power Lines & Other Rainy Day Concerns Addressed (City of Ferndale Press Release, Oct. 28, 2015)   Metro Detroit’s spring and summer rainy season can cause a lot of concern among residents, particularly after last August’s catastrophic flood. Though Ferndale and surrounding communities have seen several significant rainfalls this season, the news so […]