Kotz, Sangster, Wysocki and Berg, P.C. 300 Park St, Birmingham, MI48009 Kotz, Sangster, Wysocki and Berg, P.C., is a law firm specializing in defense for cases concerning everything from…More estate planning to government contracts. You may check out the website provided for more information.
League of Woman Voters - Oakland Area 725 S Adams Rd, Birmingham, MI48009 The League of Woman Voters encourages citizens to actively participate in government. It presents information about…More elections and issues and advocates various policies of public interest. The League's office is located on the second floor of the Adams Square building in Birmingham.
Birmingham Finance Department 151 Martin St, Birmingham, MI48009 The Finance Department oversees much of the accounting processes in city government. Responsibilitis include maintaining…More financial records, budgeting, collection and billing, risk management, purchasing and debt administration. Finance also helps in the preparation of the city budget, and prepares a comprehensive annual financial report every year. This department also includes the activities of the Treasury Department. The Finance Department is located in City Hall, on Martin Street in downtown Birmingham.
Birmingham City Manager 151 Martin St, Birmingham, MI48009 As part of Birmingham's council-manager form of government, the city manager is the chief administrative official for…More the city. Appointed by the city commission, this professionally trained manager is responsible for coordinating all departments and directing the implementation of city policies. The city manager also prepares the annual budget, and appoints most department heads. The city manager's office is in City Hall, on Martin Street in downtown Birmingham.
As one of the oldest cemeteries in the area, Greenwood Cemetery is the final resting place for Birmingham's founders…More and some of its most well-known citizens. The oldest section of the cemetery was purchased from the federal governement in 1821, and since then has expanded three times until the city took over in 1946.
The cemetery's notable residents include Birmingham's only Revolutionary War veteran, John Daniels; Martha Baldwin, after whom the library is named; and U.S. Congressman Roland Trowbridge. Also interned is Birmingham's first landowner, the first mayor of Birmingham and the first murder victims in Bloomfield Township.
Information is provided online, or at the cemetery, for self-guided walking tours.