Bloomfield neighborhood by-laws show outdated, racist language

This story begins in a Bloomfield Township neighborhood, known today as Wing Lake Farms. The large subdivision was born as Sly Farms nearly 70 years ago.  When the homeowners’ association recently sent a resident a copy of the 1947 deed restriction agreement–it was the second restriction that sticks out.   Read the article………….


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