City, school district leaders speak during ‘State of the Cities’

The Greater Farmington Area Chamber of Commerce will present its “State of the Cities” breakfast at 7:30 a.m. on February 13 at the Holiday Inn and Suites in Farmington Hills.

State of the Cities

Farmington Mayor Steven Schneemann, Farmington Hills Mayor Ken Massey, and Farmington Public Schools Superintendent George C. Heitsch, Ed.D., will share information about new developments that will contribute to the overall growth and stability of Farmington and Farmington Hills.

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In addition, this year, Annette Compo, of the Annette Compo Home Team at Keller Williams, will provide an update on local area real estate.

Chamber Executive Director Mary Martin said attendees will learn more about what is going on in the greater Farmington area.

“It’s important to stay engaged in your community and understand how to support our cities’ leaders as they plan for our future,” she said. 

The event is presented by Beaumont Hospital, Farmington Hills, with additional support from Farmington Family YMCA, Paulson’s Audio & Video, Wright Beamer Attorneys, Parks Title, CMIT Solutions of Greater Oakland County, Michigan Schools & Government Credit Union, Lake Michigan Credit Union and Community Choice Credit Union.

The event is open to the public, and the $30 per person ticket includes a buffet style breakfast.

Register online, learn more about the event and the Chamber at

– Press release

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