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    Help Support the
    Huntington Woods Teen Council
    by visiting Crispelli's Pizza
    on Wednesday, January 22

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    Join us in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Rec Center for a showing of:


    Friday, JANUARY 24 at 12:00 pm
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    Teen Council Sock Drive 
    (also includes Hats and Scarves)

    January 1 - 31, 2020
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    Be Sure to Mark Your Calendar For National Census Day:
    Wednesday, April 1, 2020

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 The City of Huntington Woods is devoted to maintaining city infrastructure for the long-term, which includes repairing, maintaining, and improving our sewer system. The City has instituted a plan which has three phases. The first two phases are underway.  The third and final phase of the repair, maintenance and improvement program will be funded by a separate sewer project fee which will be added to the water bill beginning in April. The average water user will see an increase of $48 per quarter for this work.  The City will be issuing a 20-year bond to fund the third phase of the sewer repair, maintenance and improvement program, and expects to collect an additional sewer project fee for that period of time.  Click here for more information or call 248.581.2632.


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The City has placed a proposal for a new fire and police retirement millage on the March 10th ballot.  Funding the public safety retirement obligations through a dedicated millage, frees up funds in the General Fund budget for things like road improvements. 

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The Huntington Woods  Men's Club has three $1,500 college scholarships for teens who have made a difference in our community through volunteering and community service.  The HW Men's Club established the fund to award the scholarships to City residents who are graduating high school this year or currently enrolled in college or a recognized trade school. Applications are available at www.hwmc.org and Berkley High School.   Applications are due March 29th and require a brief essay.  For more information or questions, please contact Jim Speir at jspeir@ameritech.net.   
The last day for yard waste pick up by the City's rubbish hauler was Tuesday, December 17th.  Do not place leaves in the street because the City leaf pick up program with the vacuum has ended. Any leaves that are in the road will need to be removed and taken directly to SOCRRA beginning Monday, December 23rd.  Please note that SOCRRA does not accept yard waste in plastic bags.   
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