Local Government

Published May 11, 2021

GROSSE POINTE PARK — Grosse Pointe Park officials could be breaking new ground in Michigan.

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Published May 11, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Like many businesses throughout the area, the city of St. Clair Shores is having some difficulty hiring seasonal staff.

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Published May 11, 2021

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — A criminal case dating back over a decade is now being reexamined.

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Published May 10, 2021

WARREN — An ordinance permitting the “reasonable” outdoor burning of dry, seasoned wood in approved containers on residential properties that pitted Warren Mayor Jim Fouts against a united City Council will stand as approved in April.

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Published May 10, 2021

STERLING HEIGHTS — Sterling Heights residents and businesses will pay a smaller tax increase than initially expected during the next fiscal year, at the expense of some cuts, fewer hires and other issues.

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Published May 10, 2021

ROSEVILLE — The Roseville City Council approved its fiscal year 2021-22 budget at its regular meeting April 27.

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Published May 9, 2021

TROY — Troy High School graduate and former resident Lynsey Mukomel grew up knowing one thing for certain: She wanted to spend her career in the news industry.

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Published May 8, 2021

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — Several city employees will be recognized for their work this month through proclamations that Grosse Pointe Woods Mayor Art Bryant presented at the May 3 City Council meeting held via Zoom videoconferencing.

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Published May 7, 2021

WARREN — Many people get Facebook friend requests from people they’re already friends with, accompanied by vague questions like, “How are you doing?” It’s a sure sign that a friend’s account has been “hacked” for some unknown purpose by someone sitting who knows where.

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Published May 6, 2021

COMMERCE TOWNSHIP — Trying to get a law passed that would prevent the type of incident that killed 3-year-old Lilliana Kerr has been difficult for her mom.

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Published May 6, 2021

GROSSE POINTE FARMS — After more than a year of uncertainty, fear and loss, the Grosse Pointe Chamber of Commerce hopes to host an event this summer that will bring back smiles and fun, as well as a needed boost to local businesses and artists.

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Published May 5, 2021

ST. CLAIR SHORES — Not many changes are proposed to the operations of city government in the 2021-22 fiscal year budget, as presented to City Council members in April.

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Published May 3, 2021

BIRMINGHAM — Along with regular e-blasts, social media postings and virtual meetings with remote participation, the Birmingham City Commission has taken another digital step to keep residents in the know and able to share input on current issues.

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Published May 3, 2021

SHELBY TOWNSHIP — During the summer of 2020, Shelby Township exceeded its maximum allowable peak water usage through the Great Lakes Water Authority, particularly in July. The township averaged more than its maximum permissible usage by as much as 10%.

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Published May 1, 2021

FARMINGTON HILLS — For the 37th consecutive year, the city of Farmington Hills has been presented with the Government Finance Officers Association Distinguished Budget Presentation Award.

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Published April 30, 2021

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Barring future resolutions, all official Clinton Township meetings will occur in a virtual setting until Dec. 31.

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Published April 30, 2021

ROSEVILLE — The Roseville City Council unanimously approved its Community Development Block Grant nonprofit distributions for fiscal year 2022 at its regular meeting April 13.

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Published April 29, 2021

TROY — Troy City Council members met April 12 to review a series of results stemming from a recent resident survey conducted by Cobalt Community Research and distributed to the community in January.

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Published April 28, 2021

ROSEVILLE — Roseville City Councilman Charles Frontera has resigned from his office as of April 28, one week before he pleaded guilty to a drug possession charge.

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Published April 28, 2021

WARREN — Tony Baker was diagnosed with severe rheumatoid arthritis in 1985 and retired from his career in automotive prototype, paint and bodywork when he became disabled four years later.

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