Ferndale Planning Commission Sees First Round of Baker College Options

Ferndale Planning Commission Sees First Round of Baker College Options (Crystal A. Proxmire, Feb. 20, 2019) Ferndale, MI –Baker College presented initial design concepts for a potential new campus during the Ferndale Planning Commission’s Wednesday night meeting, with discussion lasting more than three and a half hours, and about 100 residents attending. Baker College and…

Lake Orion Shares Parking Study Results, Vision Moving Forward

  Lake Orion Shares Parking Study Results, Vision Moving Forward (Downtown Lake Orion, Dec. 5, 2018) Lake Orion, MI – BMP (Best management practices) coming to Downtown Lake Orion Parking for 2019! A New Mission and Vision along with an Action Plan to better meet business and customer needs and accommodate employees and residents requirements…

Cities Pitch Dream Development Spots in Oakland County Property Showcase

Cities Pitch Dream Development Spots in Oakland County Property Showcase (Crystal A. Proxmire, Nov. 14, 2018) Waterford, MI- Cities in the Oakland County One Stop Ready program have streamlined development processes and learned more about how to market the spaces they have with businesses they’d like to see. The culmination of this effort is the…

Mixed-Use Parking Deck Negotiations Moving Forward in Ferndale

Mixed-Use Parking Deck Negotiations Moving Forward in Ferndale (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 10, 2018) Ferndale, MI – Ferndale City Council is expected to vote Monday on entering into a 150-day Exclusive Negotiation Rights Agreement (ENRA) with a developer for the “dot,” a five-level mixed-used structure to be built at Troy and Allen in Downtown Ferndale.…

Royal Oak to Consider Raising Parking Rates

Royal Oak to Consider Raising Parking Rates (Crystal A. Proxmire, Jan. 5, 2018) Royal Oak, MI  – Royal Oak City Commissioners will be considering parking rate increases recommended by the Downtown Development Authority at their Monday, Jan. 8 meeting. According to documents in the agenda packet, the following rates are recommended: Parking Rate Recommendations 12-05-2017…

Blue Parking Meters Mean More Handicap Spots in Downtown Birmingham

Blue Parking Meters Mean More Handicap Spots in Downtown Birmingham (City of Birmingham, Oct. 7, 2016) BIRMINGHAM, MI – On Saturday, October 8, the City of Birmingham will begin the on-street installation of approximately 70 brand new designated accessible parking spaces throughout the Central Business District. The new spaces are the result of the City’s…