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Key Blossom Ridge Consent Judgment information discussed at January 26, 2016 BOT meeting

The January 26, 2016 Oakland Township Board meeting was very informative regarding the proposed Blossom Ridge Consent Judgment that the Board is considering. There were many facts and opinions shared.   332 more words

Oakland Township

Blossom Ridge consent judgment proposal up for review

As many of you know, there has been a significant legal issue that our Township has been dealing with for over 3 years.  That issue is the Federal case against Oakland Township regarding the Blossom Ridge Senior Development proposed at the corner of Adams and Dutton (see tab at top of page for more historical information).  646 more words

Oakland Township

Inside Job: 'Hate Crime' Narrative Interrupted; Man Charged with Setting Houston Mosque Afire Turns Out To Be a Devout Attendee

Carol Christian and Leah Binkovitz report: A Houston man has been arrested in connection with a suspected arson at a mosque on Christmas Day, but the motive for the crime remains a mystery, with the suspect maintaining he was a regular at the mosque. 582 more words

Barack Obama

Interoperability Guidelines, Microfinance Logos, Redlining – the Latest FI2020 News Feed

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The latest edition of the Financial Inclusion 2020 News Feed, our weekly online magazine sharing the big news in banking the unbanked, is now available. 270 more words

Center For Financial Inclusion

How Much Renters Need to Make to Afford a Two-Bedroom Apartment in Each State

Reid Mene reports: A recent poll conducted by The National Low Income Housing Coalition compared the average renter’s wage in each U.S. state to the wage needed to afford an average two-bedroom apartment. 191 more words

U.S. News

2nd Federal Suit Filed - Moceri/DM Investments & Joan Buser file Fair Housing Complaint against Oakland Township

Thursday, 12/11/14, Developer Moceri/DM Investments and former Township Supervisor Joan Buser filed suit in Federal Court against Oakland Township for Discrimination under the Fair Housing Act and the Americans with Disabilities Act. 2,179 more words

Supervisor Gonser

Federal Fair Housing Complaint Yields Lawsuit in Federal Court

The MICHIGAN PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA (MPVA) have filed a lawsuit against Oakland Township in Federal Court after filing a complaint with the Department of Justice and the Department of Housing and  Urban Development in 2013.  966 more words

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