Monday's City Council meeting included new playground equipment, preparations or CruiseFest, and a presentation from the Michigan Redistricting Commission among other topics.
- Approved proclamations declaring March Women's History Month and Severe Weather Month.
- We received a presentation from the Michigan Independent Citizens Redistricting Commission. See michigan.gov/micrc for more information. All of their materials and meetings are open to the public and the commission is eager for public input.
- Approved bids for extending the public safety lobby to make it more accessible.
- Approved replacing the main playground equipment at the Tot Lot. It should be ready and open by mid-May.
- Established a Woodward Dream Cruise Committee.
- Approved a Special Land Use request for a Real Estate office on Robina.
- Extended the temporary outdoor seating and retail in response to Covid.
- Approved various budget amendments.
- Visit berkleymich.org/masterplan for updates on the current state of the Master Plan. There are new videos and various surveys the city would like input on. The Master Plan will only be as successful as the community input we receive.
The meeting packet.
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