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ENVISIONING THE FUTURE OF HUNTINGTON WOODS

We need your good ideas!

 Everyone is invited to a Community Engagement Workshop the evening of Tuesday, February 25th between 7 – 8:30 p.m. at City Hall.   A community engagement workshop is a key step in our community development strategy for mixed use development and housing.  This drop-in event will be conducted by University of Michigan Urban Planning graduate students.  The information gathered will also be used for the upcoming Master Plan update.

This session will ask residents about their ideas and aspirations for:

1) Diversifying our community's housing options

2) Adding community amenities and services to enrich senior living

3) Rethinking portions of Eleven Mile as a mixed-use area

 

The U of M students will be manning tables focused on different topics and residents will have the opportunity to wander about, discuss potential alternatives, and share their thoughts.

We hope you can spend some time with us and help shape Huntington Woods' vision moving forward.

Questions on the event can be directed to Larissa Larsen at larissal@umich.edu 

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March 10, 2020 PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION
Absentee ballots are now available.  If you  submitted a signed absent voter applicaton, ballots were mailed out the first week of February.  You can obtain an an absent voter applicaton by clicking the election tab, calling the City Clerk, or visiting City Hall.  When obtaining a ballot in person, ID is required.  Ballots can not be issued to anyone but the ID holder.
Ballots Samples are available.

If you would like to be added to the City's Permanent Absent Voter list, please contact the City Clerk at 248-581-2638

City Hall will be open  Saturday, March 7, 2020 from 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to issue and receive ballots and register voters wil proof of residency.  Please contact the City Clerk with questions.
QUESTIONS ABOUT THC, CBD, MARIJUANA? LEARN MORE IN TWO INFORMATIONAL PROGRAMS HOSTED BY A PROFESSOR
Each session will feature a professor of pharmaceutical sciences, psychiatry and behavioral neurosciences from the WSU pharmacy school and a panel of pharmacy students. 
Session 1: "THC, CBD, and YOU"
Tuesday, February 18, 7:00 pm
Session 2: "THC, CBD and YOUR Meds"
Tuesday, March 24, 7:00 pm

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FIRE AND POLICE PENSION MILLAGE INFORMATIONAL MEETING

The City held an informational meeting on the upcoming Fire and Police Pension Millage that is on the March 10th ballot.  You can view the rebroadcast on our YouTube channel.  The PowerPoint presentations are available here:

PA 345 1st millage presentation

PA 345 2nd millage presentation

PA 345 3rd millage presentation


A FAQ  is available and any other questions or comments can be directed to Amy Sullivan at asullivan@hwmi.org or 248.581.2632.

 

SaveMICity

The Michigan Municipal League has updated their SaveMICity presentation SaveMICity is a campaign to educate Michigan residents, decision makers, and businesses about how municipalities are funded in our state and why the current system does not work for our communities. Money that is owed our cities, villages, and townships by state statute has been redirected to plug holes in the state budget. That money should have gone to your community – where local people have a say on how it is spent on local issues.  This is an important component to the City’s financial well-being since revenue sharing from the State is the City’s second largest source of revenue.

 

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