Bloomfield Township Trustee David Buckley introduced a resolution on Monday, February 10, to postpone contract negotiations until the new board of trustees is sworn into office in November after the general election but pulled the resolution after other trustees pointed out the flaws in his argument.
Buckley read his statement into the record, which said that "...it is patently unfair, fiscally imprudent and unjust to strap the new board of trustees with decisions made in h
In response to the interrupting and speaking out of turn at recent board meetings, Bloomfield Township Clerk Jan Roncelli issued a statement on decorum at the Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees meeting on Monday,February 10.
Roncelli read the statement in its entirety and the public was able to follow along via printed copies made available at the meeting.
"Township board meetings are scheduled for the board to do its business in public," she read. "People can observe
Following resident concerns regarding the installation of 5G technologies in the public right-of-way and questions regarding the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) regulation and oversight, at their meeting on Monday, February 10, Birmingham City Commissioners unanimously supported a resolution urging state legislators and the federal government to initiate a study of the health effects of small cell towers built to accommodate the technology.
The resolution also seeks
An ordinance to update where electronic scooters, skateboards and other mobility devices can be ridden was unanimously approved by the Birmingham City Commission on Monday, February 10, which they determined that in the city's central business district they must be ridden in the street, while throughout the other parts of the city, including neighborhoods, they can be ridden on sidewalks.
Birmingham Police Commander Scott Grewe had introduced the ordinance on Monday, Janu
At the Monday, February 10, Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees meeting, director of public works Noah Mehalski introduced a recommendation from Oakland County and the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC), which along with Bloomfield Township, would pay for improvements on three streets.
Bloomfield Township Supervisor Leo Savoie said the proposed road maintenance would consist of three township roads, Wing Lake Road, between 14 Mile and Maple roads; Exeter Road; and
About a week after a Bloomfield Township resident first noticed on surveillance cameras someone had been looking in his windows, Bloomfield Township police arrested a man as the suspect.
On Thursday, February 6, officers responded to S. Spinning Wheel Drive at approximately 10 p.m. when an officer observed a subject running from a backyard in the 500 block of S. Spinning Wheel Drive which fit the description of an individual caught on surveillance cameras looking into windo
"Do you think you're going to heaven or hell?" was the unexpected question residents in the 400 block of S. Old Woodward and the 1400 block of Stanley in Birmingham were asked upon opening their doors on Tuesday, February 4.
Officers received reports of a black male, in his late 20's -30's, wearing a dark winter hat, who was ringing doorbells and asking the question.
He was described as driving a dark grey Chevy Malibu.
Birmingham police are investigating.