Farmington Hills city council members will during a Monday study session hear more about development of a new community center on the Harrison High School property.
City officials last year purchased the land from Farmington Public Schools to develop the new facility. Harrison will close at the end of this school year.
During the 6 p.m. meeting, officials will also hear a presentation on water and sewer rates. Their 7:30 p.m. regular meeting agenda includes:
- Proclamations recognizing May 2019 as Mental Health Awareness Month; May 19 – 25, 2019 as National Public Works Week; May 12 – 18, 2019 as National Police Week; June 2019 as Great Outdoors Month and The Great Farmington Hills Campout on June 1 – 2, 2019;
- Acknowledgement of the Commission on Children, Youth & Families Volunteer Award Winners, Nancy Bates Volunteer Award and the George Romney Volunteer of the Year Award Winner for 2019
- Presentation of Beautification Commission 2018 Annual Report
- A public hearing on the 2019-2020 Community Development Block Grant allocations
- Final action on ordinances related to illicit sewer discharge, and a ban on marijuana-related establishments permitted by a new state law
Agendas for both meetings are posted at fhgov.com.