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    HERE'S TO YOUR BETTER HEALTH FAIR 

    Wednesday October 16 
    10:00 am - 12:00 pm at the Rec

    Need your flu and/or pneumonia vaccine? Join your neighbors, 62 years+, and have an opportunity to discuss health issues with medical staff in an informal setting and receive needed inoculations.

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    Join Us for Community Planting Day
    Saturday, October 19
    10 am - 2 pm

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LEAD AND COPPER RULE INFORMATION
At the October 15th City Commission meeting, staff presented a Lead and Copper Rule Power Point Presentation on the status of the new Lead and Copper Rules and recent testing done in Huntington Woods. For more information on the amended rules please click the Lead and Copper Rule-Information Brochure

Any homeowner who would like to verify the material of their water service lead can call the DPW at 248-547-1888 or email hwdpw@hwmi.org  to make an appointment for an inspection of the line.

Lead can also be present inside the home in fixtures, faucets and solder.  Click here for information on how to minimize lead exposure.
FREE LEAF REMOVAL PROGRAM FOR SENIORS

Norup International School has partnered with the Senior Advisory Committee to provide free leaf removal assistance for residents 60 years + (or disabled). Student volunteers from the middle school will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis to rake leaves to the road on November 1st, 5th or 14th (weather dependent). Call Kathy Seidl at the Recreation Department, 248.541.3030, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. or email kseidl@hwmi.org to request this free service. Please register by October 25th - volunteers are available on a limited basis.

PEASLEY PARK RENOVATION PLANNED
A major renovation of Peasley Park is scheduled to begin Monday, September 30th.  A natural play area will be installed including a sand play area, climbing boulders, slide, log tunnel, play mound and a log pile along with new picnic tables and benches.  A new walking path leading from the entrance on Balfour to the drinking fountain will be added.  The large greenspace on the south side of the park will remain open during construction and after the project is completed.  The City is using Community Development Block Grant funds for the project.  Peasley Park is on Coolidge between Balfour and Winchester. VIEW RENOVATION PLANS HERE
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