First Thing: Farmington Hills Officials Talk About Ballot Citizenship Checkbox
City council members will also hear about the renewable energy ballot measure during their 6 p.m. study session.
A controversial move by Michigan's Secretary of State will be among the items discussed during a Farmington Hills city council session today at 6 p.m. in the community room at city hall. Officials will discuss the citizenship checkbox on Michigan ballots, as well as the renewable energy ballot proposal, before taking up a light agenda at 7:30 p.m.
Today's historical photo shows a group of men standing in front of T.H. McGee Druggist, a store built after a devastating fire that swept through downtown Farmington in 1872. The building was torn down in 1916; it sat next to the Exchange Building, which is now home to Pniewski Insurance Agency.
Follow the links below for more information about the meeting and other events going on today, along with upcoming events that require registration or ticket purchase:
- Dubin Cleaners & Laundry Winter Warmth Campaign (all day)
- Back Door Friends Cat Rescue Fundraiser (all day)
- Cruis'n the Grand Car Show (5 p.m., unless it's raining or cooler than 60 degrees)
- Farmington Hills city council meeting (6 p.m. study session, 7:30 p.m. regular meeting)
- Special Education Law and Advocacy for Parents (Tuesday)
- Farmington Rotary Lunch (Tuesday)
- Travel Baseball Tryouts (Tuesday)
- Fall Outdoor Yoga in Heritage Park (Wednesday)
- Longacre Fashion Show (Thursday)
- Who Do You Think You Are? (Thursday)
- Healthy Fall Events: Botsford Hospital and Busch's Fresh Food Market Team Up (Thursday)
Correction: The cuttline under today's photo has been changed to reflect the correct history of the building pictured.