Ballot proposal seeks to amend Rochester Hills charter

What is the proper use of a Rochester Hills city-owned park or green space? If you said recreation, relaxation and appreciation of nature, a group of residents hope you will vote ‘yes’ on a charter amendment proposal on the Nov. 8 ballot. Earlier this year, the leaders of some of the city’s homeowner associations got together to figure out how to protect city parks from unwanted development. The move came after city council voted to build a water reservoir in a city park located next to Adams … [Read more...]

Rochester Hills Citizens Get Ballot Change Approval

City Clerk, Jane Leslie, called yesterday to inform me that the Clerk's office had finished it's review of the over 3000 signatures that had been submitted on petitions, and that they had found 2799 of them to be valid. Since we only needed 2584, the Amendment would definitely be on the ballot in November. Toward that end, she had forwarded it, with a letter, to the Governor for his review and approval. Since the petition language is not in the form of a ballot question, she had forwarded it to … [Read more...]