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City Council Update

Highlights from City Council Meeting, January 3, 2018

CDBG funds for Senior Citizen Centers – The first of two public hearings was held at the City Council meeting regarding how $22,924 from the Wayne County Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) will be used in 2018. The second hearing will be Jan. 16 at the next City Council meeting. CDBG funds are intended for the operation of Senior Citizen Centers for programs to keep seniors active and involved in their community. Housing director Tracey Emmanuel proposed that funds be used to replace malfunctioning PTAC units (individual packaged terminal air conditioners). The balance will be used for general program administration.

Rural Hill Cemetery Expansion (Phase II) Program – City Council approved awarding a $24,650 contract to Zeimet Wozniak & Associates, of New Hudson, for the design and construction management of the cemetery expansion. The company was the low bidder and has experience in cemetery expansion projects in metro Detroit. The City has previously worked with the firm on various street and utility projects.

New appointments –

Historic District Study Committee
– City Council has appointed seven individuals to serve on the Historic District Study Committee, which will work with the consultant group to review their reports and recommendations prior to the consultant’s presentation to the Historic District Commission. They are: James Allen and David Field, members of the Historic District Commission; Leanie Bayley and Mark Chester, members of the Northville Historical Society; Robert Miller, architect; Suzanne Cozart, Historic District property owner, and Jeff Russell, resident at large.
 
View the meeting here.

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