“At a time when there is unfortunately so much hate in the world, we need our young people to stand up to threats, intimidation and bullying like never before,” said Amy Cutler, President of NCJW -MI.
“We thank Mike for his visionary leadership, sound judgment, integrity, and kind heart. He is truly a servant leader who has made a difference in our community. We wish him all the best,” said Dr. Shaner.
These individuals exemplify Oakland Together, Coulter’s vision for a community working together to leverage its strengths, address its challenges, and find value in working with regional partners.
According to the Bureau of Fire Services, fire-related deaths across Michigan are up 144% compared to the same 34 days in 2021.
The partnership groups, which are called the “Regional Partnership for Broadband Infrastructure and Equity” and the “Regional Partnership for Water Infrastructure,” will establish a framework to address a wide range of internet and broadband accessibility and water infrastructure challenges facing the Southeast Michigan region.
Originally set up through a federal grant from FEMA in early 2020 with training provided by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA), the program is now supported by state and federal funding.
“It warms my heart, and sets a good example for my kids on how to treat others.”
MDHHS will continue to monitor the transmission of COVID-19 closely to assess risk across the state and adjust as conditions change.
State Representative Regina Weiss (D- Oak Park) is among the legislators who introduced a package of three bills aimed at giving municipalities the tools they need to implement Ranked Choice Voting in local elections.
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“The School Mental Health Navigator and Children’s Crisis Stabilization Unit are the results of their diligence and attention to this important public health concern.”
While my research on migration has depended heavily on Census and IRS data, I have found that data from major moving companies have both helped to support the trends reported by the government and to understand the reasons behind these trends.
There are things to think about to make these kinds of days go better though. Here are some frequently asked questions to consider:
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Consumers who have purchased the affected lot should return the product to where it was purchased to request an exchange or full refund if there is an allergy concern.
“I learned I could do more than I had ever imagined. It can be hard to see in the moment, but tough times make us stronger.”
The Jan. 2022 interview features discussion on what’s new in Oakland County’s various downtowns, including placemaking features, road diets, public art, the future of office space and mixed use developments and more. The May 2021 interview…
Oakland County Times recently sat in on a Michigan Townships Association (MTA) discussion giving leaders from across the state a chance to hear from an expert and ask questions. We then checked in with local officials for their thoughts on the pros and cons of remote meetings.
Knowing where the rats are and where they go is one step in the process to reduce their population.
WON is seeking a new part-time administrator to support its mission of empowering women’s leadership in the public sector.