Farmington Hills city council members will on January 14 recognize artists who are part of the city’s Public Art Program exhibit, before taking up a meeting agenda that includes two public hearings.
Officials will meet first at 6 p.m. in the Community Room, to discuss a resolution tied to the conversion of Harrison High to a community center, the city’s tax abatement policy, and an update on marijuana related to changes in state law.
The 7:30 p.m. meeting agenda includes:
- a public hearing and possible adoption of the 2019-2023 Parks and Recreation Master Plan;
- a public hearing and possible approval of a Planned Unit Development for 31015 Grand River Ave., formerly occupied AJ Danboise, to establish a 51-foot-tall, self-storage facility and offices for ServiceMaster, an insurance restoration company; and
- an amendment to a consent judgment for the Halsted Village Shopping Center to allow for construction of a drive-through Panera restaurant.
The agendas for both meetings are posted at fhgov.com.