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Ferndale TimeBank–More Interest, More Dividends

March 30th 2013

Rather than a one-on-one exchange, members list time and services they can offer to other members in the pool and post their needs or wants. Members earn and spend Time Hours when those requests are completed.

CFF Hosts City Council Candidate Forum (video)

October 30th 2011

Voters will be asked to choose from three candidates for two open seats.

Ferndale TimeBank Update

September 9th 2011

I would encourage anyone who is interested in either the DIY Street Fair or joining the Ferndale Time Bank to look into volunteering during the event.

City Considers New Noise Ordinance

July 11th 2011

Residents and business owners will have an opportunity to speak at tonight’s meeting, which is at 7:30pm at City Hall (300 E. 9 Mile). To view the proposed ordinance changes, and other documentation visit the City of Ferndale website at http://www.ferndale-mi.com/Services/Cable/CityCouncilVideo.htm.

DNA Gears up for 3rd Meeting, Learning About TimeBank

March 10th 2011

There is no cost for being part of DNA. And though Wells envisions it as a group for people in the Downtown Area, everyone is welcome. To be added to the contact list for DNA, email Sherry Wells at sherwells@tm.net or call 248-543-5297.

Ferndale Views – Oct. 15, 2010

October 15th 2010

…If you would like to share your Ferndale View, please write to editor@ferndale115.com. Can be as short as a few sentences, or up to 1,000 words….(read more)

The Beat Goes On: Noise issue not over

October 2nd 2010

City Hall was packed on Monday, Sept. 27, 2010 as residents came out to speak against the sound ordinance petition being circulated by W. Troy Street resident Sherry Wells. Wells and ten of her neighbors. The neighbors had been attempting to get an ordinance on the ballot that would lower decibels throughout the City to 65 and ban outside amplified music… (read more)

Noise Petition Falls Short of Signatures

September 22nd 2010

City Council held a special meeting on Monday, Sept 20, 2010 to discuss the noise ordinance.
A petition circulated by West Troy Street resident Sherry Wells and other residents in the Downtown Area calling for a new noise ordinance was submitted to the City Clerk last week, but it had too many invalid signatures to make it to City Council. There were 267 signatures on 25 sheets handed in, and 53 were not valid, mainly because people who had signed were not registered voters.