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    The Men's Club Field Ice Rinks are OPEN!
    Daily Skating Hours: 8am - dusk
    Bleachers are available for skate changing.
    Hockey is to be played on one rink only.
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    January 22 - February 15

    We are teaming up to collect new socks for people in need in our surrounding communities. 
    MORE INFO HERE

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    GRASS SEED HAS BEEN APPLIED THROUGHOUT SCOTIA PARK

    PLEASE STAY OFF THE PARK SURFACE AND OTHER AREAS COVERED BY STRAW SO THE GRASS CAN GROW!

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    Huntington Woods Teen Council's schedule for 2017 - 2018 is up!

    VIEW IT HERE

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THERE IS NO CHANGE TO RECYCLING AND RUBBISH PICKUP SCHEDULE ON PRESIDENT'S DAY THIS MONDAY

Trees are a big part of what makes our neighborhoods beautiful, but they are also the leading cause of power outages and can pose serious safety hazards if growing too near or into power lines. In fact, some area residents recently experienced an outage that was caused by a tree damaging electrical equipment.  DTE has advised the City that tree trimming will take place this year in the area shaded in green on this map

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LIVE STREAMING OF CITY COMMISSION MEETINGS NOW AVAILABLE

For residents who don't have cable and can't watch the live City Commissions meetings, meetings are now being live streamed on the City's YouTube channel.

2018 ROAD RECONSTRUCTION PROJECT APPROVED


The City Commission approved a contract extension to DiPonio Contracting for the 2018  Road Reconstruction and Water Main Replacement project. 

The areas scheduled for repair are:

  • Hendrie Boulevard (Lincoln to Wareham) 
  • Wareham Drive (Hendrie to Huntington) 
  • Salem Road (Pembroke to Huntington)

Details on the time frame for construction will be announced in a future e-newsletter and residents along the route will receive more information prior to the work commencing. 

TAKE OUR RUBBISH AND RECYCLING SURVEY

The Environmental Advisory Committee is gathering feedback from residents on their recycling needs and preferences.  The information gathered in the quick four-question survey will provide data to guide the Committee in recommending future programs on recycling and rubbish. One survey per household please.

Here is the link

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