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Dr. Vickie Markavitch urges parents, educators and others to contact their lawmakers and voice opposition to the bills, which would create a 'super school district.'
Oakland Schools Supt. Dr. Vicki Markavitch says participants at county-wide meetings are surprised to learn the extent of bills that will radically change education in Michigan.
The award recognizes the city's efforts in cooperative purchasing.
Government, Holiday Guide
The 20th Annual Holiday Lights ceremony sets off the 2012 holiday season by brightening Farmington Hills City Hall.
Ed Gardiner has worked for the city for more than 30 years.
Council members approve the introduction of an ordinance to allow the animals, with one official unwilling to amend the city code.
Sara Bowman takes over as chair as former chair Kevin Christiansen moves into his new post as the city's Economic and Community Development director.
Attorney Robert Davis says a high court appeal is under consideration.
While Mayor Barry Brickner said he doesn't believe the amateur martial arts tournaments belong in the city, other officials argue they may help keep local businesses going.
Planning commissioners vote 5-1 Monday in favor of new rules that would affect only four parcels within the city.
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