City Council Meeting Video and Updates for August 10, 2020

On Monday, Council approved major updates to Oxford/Merchant's park, including a splash pad, a sidewalk repair program, and a pedestrian plaza on Coolidge by the High School. 

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Two Berkley Demonstrations This Week

There are two demonstrations coming up this week in Berkley. I encourage all who feel passionately about issues facing people of color or who want to learn more and feel they can attend safely to do so.

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City Council Meeting Video and Updates for April 21, 2020

At yesterday's council meeting, approvals were given for a Five-Year Recreation Master Plan, costs for the 12 Mile Resurfacing, and approving a contractor to start city wide road repairs using the 2018 infrastructure millage funds.

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City Council Meeting Video and Updates for March 31, 2020

On Tuesday night City Council held its first on-line meeting ever. Items included the Coronavirus emergency, DDA Director, DPW purchases, and Yad Ezra food distribution.

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I've Potentially Been Exposed to COVID-19. I Want to See Change.


I have potentially been exposed to COVID-19. Now I have to self-quarantine. And it makes me frustrated that more isn't being done.

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12 Mile Road Project Information

I was able to attend the Open House on the 12 Mile Road Project this morning. If you are able to attend, I recommend it as they have a large map that is very good and would be hard to replicate online. If you can’t go, below are some updates and a summary of the project.

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Water Infrastructure 101

Last week, Jim Nash, our County Water Resources Commissioner, gave a presentation at Berkley Public Library on Water Infrastructure.

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Winter 2020 City Update

While the snow is falling today, spring is right around the corner. Road repairs, city festivals, and public art are among the things we can look forward to. I also have information for people in need of help and new legislation that should help curb the litter from the "pink bag" newspapers, among other updates.

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Thoughts on Recreational Marijuana

I've had some folks reach out to me who are concerned about what it means for recreational marijuana to be coming to Berkley. I want to share some of my thoughts and some resources.

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Free Financial Help

If you are struggling financially, Oakland County has a number of free programs that might be of help.

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