As far as location, Bishai said he was attracted by the city’s commitment to redevelop the Eleven Mile corridor and its business-friendly service.
The first donation in 2021 went to Dutton Farm in Rochester – a non-profit that provides educational and employment opportunities to adults with special needs over the age of 26.
“We are really excited about the program but with everything going on in the world right now, we didn’t want to go after taxpayer money…”
The City of Farmington Hills is pleased to announce the selection of Gary Mekjian as the new City Manager.
This cozy cafe features breakfast and lunch fare, with both in person and carryout options.
The Tribute Walk will be open March 13th-14th from 8:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. and March 15th – 21st 7:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m. Guests must select a time slot and purchase ticket on Eventbrite.
On Saturday April 10 at 2pm, get out and have some fun while giving back to Ferndale Pride.
Anyone who wants to streamline their domestic surroundings can attend a Zoom presentation with Kate Sood, a certified KonMari organizer, on Thursday, April 1 at 7 pm.
Those interested in stories of perseverance, faith, oppression, bravery, Middle Eastern cultures and Arab Jews, will find her talk interesting.
The group hopes to pick up papers, bottles, etc.
The quest to try every restaurant in Oakland County continues with a visit to Chadd’s Bistro in Rochester Hills.
It is expected to advance to a third reading and be adopted in April.
However, that wasn’t the end of the problems. As of Monday, customers in several SE Oakland cities reported that their service was repeatedly cutting out while in use.
As far as this project to build a new school, “The City of Oak Park is 100% behind this,” Mayor McClellan said.
Applicants must live in Michigan, have a flexible schedule, be able to work from home, and be able to travel to other parts of the state and to Lansing on short notice.
If you’re an Oak Park resident age 65+ with or without health issues or between the ages of 50-64 with health issues, please complete the form found HERE to begin your registration process.
“Together we are creating a bright future that like our past is uniquely Madison Heights.”
A GoFundMe page has been set up for the daughter of the Madison Heights Fire Captain who died on duty March 1.
Check out their locations at 22651 Woodward Ave in Ferndale and 45 W Flint St in Lake Orion.
“This crowd-funding campaign with matching funds from the MEDC will provide places for residents to gather, public art to enjoy, and play structures for children.”