Business & Development

Published July 17, 2021

TROY — The Michigan office of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs, or LARA, in conjunction with Attorney General Dana Nessel’s Office, sent a cease-and-desist order June 16 to Comfort Cremation Services, 101 W. Big Beaver Road, Suite 1400, and its affiliates, O’Neil Swanson and George Drosis, after finding them allegedly operating their business without the proper mortuary science licenses.

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Published July 17, 2021

FRASER — Members of the Fraser community gathered together at the Fraser Firehouse on July 8 to recognize some of the community’s best and brightest as part of the Fraser FAME Awards.

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Published July 16, 2021

MACOMB TOWNSHIP — The proposed development of a Meijer in Macomb Township brought many residents out to a recent meeting.

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Published July 16, 2021

WARREN — Developers, financial advisers and administration officials, including Mayor Jim Fouts, appeared before the City Council on July 15 to present plans for the long discussed and anticipated Warren Town Center development.

The proposed plans call for an initial $30 million in bonds to leverage another $140 million in investments from developers in the Civic Center north of 12 Mile Road, adjacent to City Hall and across Van Dyke Avenue from the General Motors Technical Center. Warren’s Downtown Development Authority would supply the land and bond for initial “gap funding” to start the project.

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Published July 15, 2021

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OAKLAND COUNTY — In May, Oakland County Michigan Works! launched its Oakland NEXT Summer Young Professionals program. The purpose of the program was to connect teens and young adults ages 16-24 with internships, paid work experiences and other no-cost services to help launch their careers.

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Published July 15, 2021

ROYAL OAK — The saying “I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice cream” has a newfound, personal meaning for one longtime Royal Oak ice cream parlor and wholesale supplier.

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Published July 15, 2021

CLINTON TOWNSHIP — Announced last month, a local candy business has some company, via a new innovation center.

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Published July 14, 2021

GROSSE POINTE FARMS — The Dirty Dog Jazz Café on the Hill in Grosse Pointe Farms will become the second restaurant to expand its outdoor options with dining platforms on Kercheval Avenue.

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Published July 14, 2021

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CLINTON TOWNSHIP — A new medical and surgery center should be open in Clinton Township by this time next year.

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Published July 14, 2021

STERLING HEIGHTS — A new four-story apartment complex is on course to be part of the eventual cityscape near the Lakeside Mall area.

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Published July 14, 2021

METRO DETROIT — As Michigan is bouncing back from the COVID-19 pandemic, its industries are finding their way back to business as usual.

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Published July 12, 2021

MOUNT CLEMENS — On June 29, it was announced that nurses at McLaren Macomb Hospital in Mount Clemens voted to strike over patient care issues.

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Published July 12, 2021

MADISON HEIGHTS — After staying closed last summer due to the pandemic, the Red Oaks Waterpark has reopened, with a new splash pad, to boot — a vivid example of times beginning to return to normal.

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Published July 10, 2021

EASTPOINTE — At its regular meeting July 6, the Eastpointe City Council voted 4-1 to approve two measures to restrict fireworks sales to brick and mortar locations.

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Published July 9, 2021

FARMINGTON HILLS — Farmington Hills’ long-awaited recreation center, “The Hawk,” finally has opened.

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Published July 9, 2021

METRO DETROIT — As Michigan is bouncing back from the COVID-19 pandemic, its industries are finding their way back to business as usual.

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Published July 4, 2021

GROSSE POINTE WOODS — Construction began last month on the new Lochmoor Athletic Center, or LAC, which is scheduled to open in the fall of 2021.

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Published July 2, 2021

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MACOMB COUNTY — Despite worker shortages, Sonny Randazzo believes now is probably the largest wage increase businesses have seen in decades.

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Published July 1, 2021

BIRMINGHAM/BLOOMFIELD — For Blake George, the owner of Adachi restaurant in downtown Birmingham and Zao Jun in Bloomfield Hills, scheduling shifts this summer has been tricky business.

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Published July 1, 2021

FERNDALE — Establishments in Ferndale and neighboring cities are working to get back to the way business was before the COVID-19 pandemic. The problem is that some are having trouble finding people to hire.

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