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Just Say No To Ned Apigian Is Back.

I’m sorry folks but it’s true he’s back and running for City Council.

Running and according to Michigan Election Law is breaking the law. What’s a little law breaking in Dearborn Heights? 40 more words

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Water Bills That Have Residents Shocked!

While residents of Dearborn Heights are opening their water bills and getting sticker shock. Some in the City are forgiven 14,000.00 for their water bill. 128 more words

Dearborn Heights City

Alpharetta Six Years Later: 100,000 Cars & 1235 Apartments

On June 19th  Mayor Belle Isle and the Alpharetta City Council approved the seventh high density mixed use zoning case to come before us since I was elected in 2011. 705 more words

Alpharetta

"Fair Chance Housing" is "Ban the Box" for Tenants—with Exceptions

Mayor Ed Murray and city council member Lisa Herbold released a draft of legislation earlier today aimed at making it easier for people with criminal records to find housing by barring landlords from requesting information about most kinds of criminal convictions. 773 more words

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Relief and Skepticism Over Seattle's Closed-Door Waterfront Settlement

Earlier this afternoon, the city council approved a settlement in a lawsuit filed by the Alliance for Pioneer Square over the city’s plans to build an eight-lane highway on the waterfront.  1,349 more words

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What happens if you run for city council – and win?

By Tanya McNutt, Deputy City Secretary

In my years as a deputy city secretary, I can’t count the times I’ve heard a newly-elected city council member ask these questions: 289 more words

Public Communications

June 12-18

Monday 6/12: Coffee With A Councilor Gladstone Public Library, 10am
Monday 6/12: Trivia Night Vogies Bar, 7pm
Tuesday 6/13: City Council Meeting City Hall, 6:30pm… 98 more words

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