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“We want to hear about priorities and needs of older adults and caregivers in our community,” says Katie Wendel, director of Planning and Advocacy.
House Bill 4117 allows drivers to choose a 2-year vehicle registration, improving the convenience of Secretary of State services.
Oakland County Deputy County Executive Chris Ward has been named Parks Director for Oakland County Parks and Recreation.
Today, Governor Gretchen Whitmer signed SB 153, the second half of a bipartisan package to repeal the tax on essential menstrual products,
Resident pricing applies to anyone living in Livingston, Macomb, Oakland, Washtenaw and Wayne counties
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Each year Oakland County Times gives candidates for any office an opportunity to do a video interview.
FSIS is concerned that some product may be in consumers’ pantries. Consumers who have purchased these products are urged not to consume them. These products should be thrown away or returned to the place of purchase.
Meet CISMA members for this demonstration on October 19 from 5-6:30pm at Stanley Park, located at 10785 Elizabeth Lake Rd. Bring your questions!
Here are the communities that have proposals on the Nov. 2, 2021 ballot:
“These grants will help non-profit organizations that work in the realm of mental and behavioral health expand their ability to provide resources to our residents.”
…it means depending on one’s zip code there it means a seven year gap in opportunity for younger citizens in some cities.
Meet Kevin, Cindy and Suzie while we enjoy each other’s company along with a tasty lunch at this self-proclaimed (and proud) dive bar!
You may donate items from the list below… You may also volunteer to pack the boxes at the party.
Celebrate with fellow members while we meet Denise and Amy and learn more about what makes this library one of the best in the area!
“With this ongoing heat wave compounded by air quality issues, we encourage everyone to take care this weekend.”
And now that we’ve posted our 650th interview, it seems like a good time to celebrate and reflect.
Inspect boats, trailers, docks and gear and remove all mud, debris and plant material. Use a hose or power washer when available. Dispose of unwanted material in a trash can.
Both utilities have been working around the clock to restore power, but many customers have now gone several days without during hot and humid weather.