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National Public Works Week calls attention to basic services provided by public workers.
Panelists talked about teacher evaluations and its effect on teacher recruitment at Novi's education forum.
The agenda includes discussion of a vision being drafted by the Corridor Improvement Authorities for both cities.
Teachers, administrators and politicians, including some from Farmington Schools, gathered in Novi to discuss Michigan's responsibility toward educating its population.
The Farmington Hills state representative and two of her colleagues promote a package of bills that supports women's health.
Government, Going Green
A new award this year honors work that displays environmental sensitivity.
WXYZ Channel 7 anchor JoAnne Purtan will moderate Monday's public education forum in Novi.
The coffee hour includes time for residents to get their questions answered.
The Marketplace Fairness Act was approved this week in the U.S. Senate, and is headed to the Republican-controlled U.S. House for consideration. Both Michigan's senators voted for the bill, which would require merchants to collect state taxes on internet
City council member Bill Galvin calls redevelopment of the Maxfield Training Center in downtown Farmington a 'hundred-year decision'.
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