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How Would You Improve Farmington and Farmington Hills in 2013?

If you could make a New Year's resolution for our community, what would it be?

More than 45 percent of Americans make a resolution every year, according to statisticbrain.com. Some people vow to live a healthier lifestyle, others promise to spend more time with family, and many say they will try to save money.

As millions of Americans make resolutions to improve their lives, what could we do right here in Farmington and Farmington Hills to make our community an even better place to live?

What one thing would you do to make the community a better place to live in 2013? Tell us in the comment section belo

M. Chudnov January 01, 2013 at 02:20 PM
Fix the streets in the Briar Hill neighborhood.
Make it illegal to be a boring human being who has no life. Oops. The city would have to close after that law was passed. :-O HAPPY NEW YEAR TO THE FUNSTERS OF FH!!!
William Byrd January 01, 2013 at 04:26 PM
I would make sure everyone had a Identity Theft Plan and Life Event Legal Plan to protect themselves from all the horrible crimes of today. With ID Theft being the fastest growing crime in America everyone needs protection. wbyrd19.legalshield.com or greatworkplan/tlp.com
Susan Hensoldt January 01, 2013 at 07:35 PM
I would like to see more people helping each other and being kind to one another! Even a smile can make someone's day better!
Michael Ritenour January 03, 2013 at 08:51 PM
I believe making a concerted effort to patronize our local merchants, particularly the Downtown Farmington shops, would make the single best, most tangible difference in our community. While FH has no shortage of individual and chain dining and retail, Downtown Farmington is the heart of the community, unique in being one of the few old-style downtowns remaining in southeast Michigan. The DDA and City have done much to raise the activity and interest level and attract much-needed shopping and dining traffic, but we as consumers ultimately determine whether the downtown will thrive a la Plymouth, Northville, and Birmingham, or merely bump along with our current unacceptably high turnover. We have many outstanding shops and restaurants, but if we locals don't spend our money here, the good places we have won't survive long enough to make this a regional dining, entertainment, and shopping destination.
Connie Knie January 04, 2013 at 11:07 PM
Hello all and Happy New Year!! I would so love to see curb side leaf pick up. Also I would love to be able to go hiking with my dog. I know there is a dog park but I was surprised that dogs weren't allowed at Heritage Park or Woodland Hills, even though they are at Shiawassee.
Sarah S. January 08, 2013 at 10:07 PM
I agree about hiking dogs at Heritage Park... why are they not allowed?

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