Cats, dogs, and even chickens got some love from the Oak Park City Council Monday as the body approved the first reading of a package of animal-related ordinances.
On Sunday, August 2nd at approximately 8:25PM, Public Safety Officers were dispatched to the area of Kenwood and Norwood on the report of a dog that had just been shot.
“We believe the bird left the nest prematurely and didn’t have the flight capability to return to it.”
On the Democratic side there are three candidates: Randy Maloney, Barnett Jones, and Vincent Gregory.
The winner of the primary will then face Lin Goetz who is unopposed in the Republican Primary.
We chose it because it features animals that visitors could actually come across while walking the trails at the park. Rabbits, squirrels, deer, and foxes are among the animals on display both on the mural and in the park.
Applications for the Out of the Box Awards are due by midnight on June 30, 2020.
But as the state lifts restrictions, the taste for more than take-out is growing again among customers who want a break from social isolation.
“It doesn’t just block them,” said Alisha Meneely, Community Outreach Director for the agency, which is part of the Michigan Secretary of State’s office. “It stops them.”
On Thursday of this week, the Census Bureau released its last set of population estimates until the 2020 Census results are released by July of 2021.
Thanks to the Oakland County Pioneer and Historical Society and Oakland County’s Economic Development and Community Affairs Department, here is a list of Oakland County’s cemeteries
“They’re different kids, and they do different things. And the world sees them as twins.”
Though the bluebirds are still a little skittish, red-winged blackbirds, finches, woodpeckers and others have enjoyed their close-ups, and their snacks.
Much has changed for the Bloomfield Township Senior Services system, but one thing that hasn’t changed is their determination to provide nutritious, balanced meals to elderly and home-bound residents…
“The bird made an awful racket of screaming as it tried to get away and even had the audacity to laugh at us as well!”
Hazel Park began their TNR program in 2018 and has helped 200 cats so far.
He’s been watching and photographing a family of foxes that love to frolic in the nearby field.
Proceeds from the call cameos will directly benefit the countless dogs and cats who arrive at MARL’s doors in need.
Downtown Rochester has the best of two worlds – a thriving shopping district with eclectic locally owned shops and restaurants, plus a serene bit of nature with the Rochester River Walk and the Paint Creek Trail.
So of course a parade of interesting creatures seemed like a good idea!