November 25, 2019

One thing local voters don't like, it's been shown time and time again, is when politicians and organizations resort to deception, trickery or are less than honest when they attempt to gain passage of a  millage or...

November 25, 2019


The Oakland County Board of Commissioners passage on November 9 of a resolution urging the Michigan legislature and state environment officials to pass a statewide septic code is an encouraging development in a dec...

October 22, 2019

Residents in Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills are being asked to choose candidates to fill seats on their city commissions in the November 5 election. In Bloomfield Hills, there are five candidates to fill five open...

September 24, 2019

Residents in Birmingham and Bloomfield Hills are being asked to choose candidates to fill seats on their city commissions in the November 5 election.

August 20, 2019

At city commission and township board meetings, it is customary to have public comment, where members of the community come to the podium and after giving their name and address, can speak on a topic of their choice...

August 20, 2019

The rejection of a 2.3-mill special assessment district (SAD) by Bloomfield Township voters that would have generated about $9 million per year for the next 15 years, designed to cover a shortfall in retiree benefit...

July 23, 2019

Bloomfield Township voters on August 6 will be asked whether to support a 2.3-mill tax dedicated to public safety departments in the township through a 15-year special assessment district (SAD) that will generate ab...

July 23, 2019

Birmingham voters on August 6 are being asked to approve a bond proposal in the amount of up to $57.4 million to secure financing for replacement of the N. Old Woodward parking structure and an extension of Bates St...

June 25, 2019

Bloomfield Township voters on August 6 will be asked whether to support a 2.3-mill tax dedicated to public safety departments in the township through a 15-year special assessment district (SAD) that will generate ab...

June 25, 2019

Birmingham voters on August 6 are being asked to approve a bond proposal in the amount of up to $57.4 million to secure financing for replacement of the N. Old Woodward parking structure and an extension of Bates St...

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