Farmington Hills council reviews storage facility, senior housing plan

Farmington Hills city council members will on Monday review a Planned Unit Development (PUD) agreement that would bring a senior assisted living and memory care facility and a new self-storage building to the corner of 14 Mile Road and Northwestern Highway.

In June of 2018, officials approved the site plan and landscape plan for Stonecrest of Farmington Hills and the self-storage facility. The 3-story buildings would be separated by landscaping and a detention pond.

Also on the 7:30 p.m. regular meeting agenda:

  • proclamations recognizing “Extra Mile Day” and the 200th birthday of Oakland County;
  • a Brownfield Plan for the former Harrison High School property, which is being redeveloped as a community center;
  • final approval of an ordinance establishing a Water System Advisory Council; and
  • the reappointment of a trustee to the Board of Trustees-Employee Retirement System.

During a 6 p.m. study session held in the Community Room, council members will discuss consumer protection related to pet sales and a Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Order regarding cable/video franchise and PEG fees.

Agendas for both meetings, which will be held at City Hall, 31555 W. 11 Mile Rd., are posted at fhgov.com.