Thieves looking to cash in on precious metals used in automobile exhaust systems on Monday, December 9, struck a Bloomfield Township auto dealership in the 1800 block of Telegraph.
Bloomfield Township police responded about 9 a.m. to a theft complaint at Page Honda, 1819 Telegraph Road, where a sales associate told officers that eight catalytic converters were stolen from vehicles stored in the dealership's rear lot. The thefts occurred sometime between the previous Friday
Birmingham police are looking for a license plate that was stolen from a vehicle overnight on Wednesday, December 11, from the 2300 block of Cole Street.
Police responded about 9 a.m. to B&R Auto Repair, 2340 Cole Street, where employees said a license plate was stolen from a vehicle.
There are no suspects or witnesses at this time.
Birmingham's popular Brooklyn Pizza received unanimous approval from the Birmingham City Commission on Monday, December 9, to receive a bistro liquor license following a public hearing for a special land use permit and final site plan.
Owner Sam Abdelfatah has proposed a renovation of his current space, 111 Henrietta, as well as the adjacent storefront at 195 W. Maple, where Birmingham Geek is, with an L-shaped bar situated in the Birmingham Geek space. There would be 55 in
At the Birmingham City Commission meeting on Monday, December 9, commissioners directed staff to look at how other communities treat the public comment portion of municipal meetings and report back at a future meeting.
Commissioner Brad Host brought the matter up during commissioner comments, noting “it's something that commissioner Clinton Baller helped me with. We said there are priorities that are not conditioned for long-range planning. These are entities where the publ
Following his wife, Therese Longe, becoming a city commissioner in November, Birmingham architect Chris Longe has resigned from the city's architectural review committee.
Longe had served on the committee for 15 years, after first being appointed in May of 2004. His term runs through April 2022, after being reappointed in April 2019.
However, as part of the Birmingham city charter, there is a nepotism section, which prevents spouses or family members of commissioners or t
Addressing questions as to whether the municipality conducts a bid process for legal services, Bloomfield Township Supervisor Leo Savoie said on Monday, December 9, that the board of trustees had formed a subcommittee and received eight or nine bids when the township originally chose Secrest Wardle as its general services legal provider.
Building on the point of value, Savoie proposed moving to five-year contract agreements with each of the township's three legal service pr
The Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees on Monday, December 9, approved a resolution supporting efforts by local lake associations in the township to seek goose population control efforts as authorized and permitted by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR).
The DNR requires that local lake associations seeking to conduct goose control measures receive approval from the municipalities in which they are located through a local resolution. The resolution doesn't