Week In Review: Changes for Birmingham Christmas Tree, L. Brooks Patterson Speaks of Aug. Crash
Here's 10 stories you may have missed on Birmingham Patch this week.
Are you spending your Sunday catching up with last week's news? Here's the top 10 stories you may have missed about Birmingham this week:
The city voted to purchase a $30,000 artificial tree for Shain Park Monday, citing cost-savings and safety issues. Several residents oppose, noting "I would rather have a Charlie Brown tree than a $30,000 plastic tree."
Birmingham Patch Editor Laura Houser is getting married this weekend and needs your help keeping her substitute editor informed and up-to-date.
After residents from Haynes and Hazel complained of smelly Ginkgo trees in January, the city will be upping the leaf pick-up and street cleaning schedule this fall.
Wildlife photographer will speak about Africa's Serengeti at Baldwin Public Library Sunday.
Oakland County community continues benefit efforts in weeks since West Bloomfield Police Officer's death in line of duty.
A group of dentists and oral surgeons are looking to build a dental office on the vacant lot at the east end of Lincoln.
Tell us how you'd spend your night out in Bloomfield and Birmingham and join the Michigan Philharmonic on opening night for free.
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In one of his first interviews since the accident, the Oakland County executive talks about his injuries, his first year missing the Brooksie Way, and why he wasn't wearing a seat belt.