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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of Huntington Woods City Commission has adopted Resolution No. R-36-2019.  The purpose of the Resolution is to establish aesthetic, spacing and underground standards for Wireless Facilities in the public right-of-way as allowed by the Declaratory Ruling and Third Report and Order in FCC 18-133 of the Federal Communications Commission, while the City proceeds with the adoption of amendments to the Code to regulate wireless facilities and other infrastructure in the right-of-way.  The Resolution contains twenty-five (25) standards that are intended to limit unsightly and out-of-character installations in the right-of-way.

This Resolution was adopted at a regular meeting of the Huntington Woods City Commission held on April 2, 2019.  The Resolution passed by a vote of 4 to 0.  The Resolution takes immediate effect.

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The annual report on the source and quality of your drinking water is available here.  To have a copy mailed to you, contact Amy Hood at 248.547.1888 or ahood@hwmi.org.

HW residents Bruce Carnick and Harry Katkowsky have organized a fundraiser for golfers and all net proceeds will be used to fund improvements at Rackham.   Although Rackham is located in Huntington Woods, the golf course is owned by the City of Detroit and managed by Signet Golf Associates.  Carnick and Katkowsky recognize that the City of Detroit has limited resources and investment in the golf course and the clubhouse have not kept up with the demands of a first-class golf course.  On Saturday, May 18th, the 1st Annual Short Game Skills Challenge will take place at Rackham which includes playing 36 holes, a continental breakfast and lunch.  The entry fee is $99 and first prize is $1,000.  Donations from individuals not taking part in the golfing challenge are welcome.

Call Harry Katkowsky at 586.536.3797 for an information packet on participating in the Challenge or being an event sponsor. MORE INFO


The City of Huntington Woods is accepting bids for a Natural Playground and ADA Upgrades to Peasley Park located on Coolidge Highway between Winchester and Balfour Avenue in Huntington Woods, MI.  Bid specifications and documentation are available to be picked up at the City Offices located at 26815 Scotia Road, Huntington Woods, MI Monday through Friday, 8:30am-5:00 pm (closed from 1-2p).  Sealed bids are to be delivered to the City by Wednesday, April 24, 2019 at 3:00 pm.  The bids will be opened and recorded at 3:30 pm.
This is a Federally Funded project.
The Contractor and Subcontractors on this project must comply with HUD contract provisions 24 CFR part 85.36(i), the Davis-Bacon Act.  Nondiscrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity, Affirmative Action, Section 3 requirements, Anti-Kickback Act, Federal Occupational Safety and Health Act and Department of Labor Standards and Regulations as set forth in the Contract Bid Documents.  Bids will be awarded to the lowest responsible bidder.  This municipality is an equal opportunity employer, businesses owned by women or minorities are strongly encouraged to bid.
The Huntington Woods - Pleasant Ridge Friends of the Library needs new members to  help with their fundraising activities.  All proceeds support Library programming and events.  The Friends of the Library President Melissa Kessler issued a letter encouraging residents to support the organization and their efforts.  The Friends most successful fundraiser is the bi-monthly used book sale and volunteers are needed to sort the books and staff the sale.  If you have time and value the Library, please consider joining the Friends of the Library and contributing to their success.  You can get more information by emailing HWFOTL@gmail.com.
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