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Latest News

  City Commission Meeting to Be Held Remotely  

 The April 14th City Commission will be held remotely.  The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m.  This is how to participate:


1.  Sign up for a free account at www.zoom.us .

2.  At the designated meeting time, click on this link and dial in to join the meeting as it begins.  

3.  Join Zoom Meeting
https://zoom.us/j/890926252 


Meeting ID: 890 926 252

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4.  You can participate online or participate by phone.  

5.  The Mayor will ask for public comments at the appropriate time. 

6.  If you are participating online, you can click on the link to "raise your hand" that you wish to address the City Commission and the Mayor will call on you.  

7.  If you are listening on the phone, the Mayor will ask if anyone would like to make a comment. 

8.  The video of the teleconference will be available for viewing on our YouTube channel after the meeting.

Planning Commission Meeting To Be Held Remotely

The April 27th Planning Commission meeting will be held remotely due to the COVID-19 outbreak.  The meeting starts at 6:30 p.m.

How To Participate in Public Meetings Remotely

1. Sign up for a free account at www.zoom.us .

2. At the designated meeting time, click on this link or call to join the meeting as it begins.

Join Zoom Meeting

https://zoom.us/j/745484412

 

Meeting ID: 745 484 412

 

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+13126266799,,745484412# US (Chicago)

3. You can participate online or participate by phone.

4. The Planning Commission Chair will ask for public comments at the appropriate time.

5. If you are participating online, you can write in the Chat box that you wish to address the Planning Commission and the Planning Commission Chair will call on you.

6. If you are listening on the phone, the Planning Commission Chair will ask if anyone would like to make a comment.

7. The video of the teleconference will be available for viewing on our YouTube channel after the meeting.

8. The City will be following its normal procedures for accommodation of persons with disabilities. Those individuals needing accommodations for effective participation in this meeting should contact the City Manager at 248.581.2632 at least two working days in advance of the meeting. An attempt will be made to make reasonable accommodations

Michigan Attorney General Issues Urgent Consumer Alert

 

Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel issued an urgent consumer alert urging Michiganders to be on high alert for bad actors aiming to coerce them out of their personal information in a new federal stimulus payment scam.    

Scammers are using the news that the federal government will send one-time payments to millions of people across the country as part of the federal economic relief response to COVID-19 to steal personal information. 

The Michigan Department of Attorney General has already received reports that residents are getting emails from websites appearing to be official demanding that they provide PayPal, bank account or other financial information to receive the $1200 federal stimulus payment immediately. 

Click here for more information.


Building Department Update 

 

With the closure of City Hall, the Building Department is closed. All building permits and construction are suspended with the exception of those essential services defined in Executive Order 2020-21. For those essential services, permits must be applied for as required by Building, Mechanical, Electrical  or Plumbing codes as regulated by the state and local ordinance.  Permit applications may be accessed online and mailed, dropped off or emailed to the City.  Anyone proceeding with construction that is non-essential is doing so at their own risk, and may be required to later remove or replace construction that has occurred without permits or inspections.  A violation of Executive Order 2020-21 is a misdemeanor. Questions and completed permit applications can be emailed to hberry@hwmi.org. 

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