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  1. City to begin enforcing tall grass ordinance

    The City will begin enforcing violations of its tall grass ordinance as the weather becomes warmer. Overgrown grass is not only an eyesore, but can provide a home for outdoor rodents like rats. Read on...
  2. UPDATE: Pardee Road repaving begins Monday, April 12

    The Pardee Road repaving project, between Superior and Goddard, is scheduled to begin Monday, April 12. This is part of a bigger project that will eventually include Goddard Road, between Pardee and Allen roads. Read on...
  1. COVID-19 UPDATE: Michigan one of five states seeing huge increase in cases

    According to USA Today, nearly half of new coronavirus infections nationwide are in just five states — a situation that is putting pressure on the federal government to consider changing how it distributes vaccines by sending more doses to hot spots. Read on...
  2. William Ford Senior Center to reopen Monday, April 12, with restrictions

    The William Ford Senior Activities Center will reopen to the public on Monday, April 12. Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, there will be restrictions in place. Read on...
  1. Good to Great program restarts with asphalt work in Area #16

    Beginning tentatively on Monday, April 12, G2G will focus on asphalt renovations and a key new pathway in the Taylor Parks Elementary School neighborhood (Area #16 of the program). Read on...
  2. Lyon, Gibbs named to key DPS posts

    Mayor Rick Sollars has announced two key appointments in the Department of Public Services. Craig Lyon was recently named director of the Department of Public Services, and Christopher Gibbs was named the new City engineer. Read on...
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