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Gerry S April 23, 2014 at 11:43 AM
Local water expert Joe Curry was on hand and cited a study which showed that property values goRead Moredown by 25% around a fracking site.
Sherry Woodbeck April 23, 2014 at 11:47 AM
It WILL NOT come as long as people do not sign away the mineral rights under their land! And whereRead Mored id our elected official Jim Runestad go? He was introduced and then left?!?!? I encourage you all to visit Eileen Kowell at her website and request to be put on her mailing list for the dates and times she is at Colasanti's, Dave & Amy's & Bakers in Milford holding her get togethers. Here is the information from her website: Kowall’s office hours are held monthly on the first Saturday and Monday of each month, and no appointment is necessary to meet with the representative. Residents who are unable to attend may contact Kowall toll-free from within Oakland County at 866-334-0010, via email at EileenKowall@house.mi.gov or through her website at www.RepEileenKowall.com. http://gophouse.org/representatives/southeast/kowall/contactkowall/
Sherry Woodbeck April 23, 2014 at 12:01 PM
THIS JUST IN FROM EILEEN KOWELL: Good Morning, I’d like to invite you to a town hall meeting Read Moreon the rise of drug use and burglaries in White Lake Township. The event will take place on Tuesday, April 29th at 6:30 p.m. at the Dublin Community Senior Center at 685 Union Lake Road. This meeting will focus on prevention, awareness, and protection. Grandparents, parents, and residents will learn how drugs are introduced to teens, warning signs, and what to look for if you expect drug use. Police will also share the most recent trends on drug abuse within the community-- an important factor in the recent hike in crime. I’ll be sharing progress on legislation addressing this problem. For more information on this community event, call Commissioner Jim Runstead at (248) 802-5500. Hope to see you there. Eileen Kowall