Farmington Hills officials to discuss parks millage

Farmington Hills city council members will talk about a parks and recreation millage proposal during a 6 p.m. study session held Monday, April 9, in the Community Room at City Hall.

Residents first approved funding in 1986 for the acquisition, development, and equipping of parks and recreational facilities, supporting some Special Services programs, and paying debt for the Costick Activities Center. The millage will be up for renewal in 2019. The discussion may also include the conversion of Harrison High School to a community center, with estimated costs of $27 million.

Jon Aldred for Farmington Hills City Council

Officials will also see a Water & Sewer Master Plan presentation during the study session.

The 7:30 p.m. regular meeting agenda includes Police and Fire Department annual reports and an appointment to the Beautification Commission. Farmington Community Library supporters are expected to speak during public comment about concerns over the replacement of a long-time library board member. The move has led to the resignation of two other trustees.

You’ll find the full meeting agenda posted at The regular meeting will be broadcast on the city’s cable Channel 8 (Spectrum). City Hall is located at 31555 W. 11 Mile Rd.


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