Outcry delays awarding contract for subdivision roads (MI)

Public outcry from homeowners facing an approximately $20,000 bill to pay for new roads in the Independence Commons subdivision prompted the Farmington Hills City Council on Monday to postpone awarding a contract for the work.    Read the article………….


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