Orion Township

NOTICE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF ORION PROPOSED ORDINANCE ADOPTION AMENDMENT TO ORD. NO. 27 SUBDIVISION REGULATIONS COMPLIANCE WITH PA 525 The Charter Township of Orion Board of Trustees, at the regular meeting of Monday, January 21, 2003, to be held at 7:00 p.m., at the Orion Township Hall, 2525 Joslyn Rd., Lake Orion, Michigan 48360, proposes […]

Oxford Township

CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF OXFORD COUNTY OF OAKLAND MICHIGAN SYNOPSIS Of the Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Oxford Board of Trustees held on May 25th 2005 at the Oxford Veterans Memorial Civic Center. PRESENT: Trustee Behnke, Trustee Bellairs, Supervisor Dunn, Treasurer Ferrari, Trustee Fitchena, Trustee Kniffen, Clerk Sanderson ABSENT: None The following actions were […]

Blaze erupts in Oxford Oaks

Fire erupted at Oxford Oaks condominiums off Seymour Lake Road shortly before 6 p.m. June 9, completely destroying an attached garage and causing various degrees of damage to four adjacent condo units. The condo, located at 600 Oxford Oaks Court, is owned by Oxford Township Deputy Clerk Beverly Johnson, who was not home when the […]

Sam and Jane Coram retire

Last Monday, the staff and students at Daniel Axford Elementary declared first grade teacher Jane Coram ‘Queen for the Day.? She recieved a beautiful crown to wear, was given colorful tissue paper flowers from students, sung to, recited poetry to, given a handmade quilt and if that wasn’t enough, she will even have a tree […]

Oxford Bank awarded Village bonds

Oxford Bank last night was awarded the sale of $3.3 million in capital improvement bonds by the village council. Offering a 3.8228 percent interest rate, Oxford Bank was the lowest of six ‘very competitive bids? for the purchase of the bonds, according to village Manager Joe Young. The sale of these bonds will finance three […]

’84 Tiger addresses Rotarians

Dave Bergman, former first baseman for the 1984 World Champion Detroit Tigers, stopped by to have lunch and chat with the Rotary Club of Oxford on June 7. A major league ball player for 17 years, Bergman now sponsors four youth baseball teams for kids ages 15 to 18 in Grosse Pointe, where he also […]

4-H members build greenhouse to help feed needy families

They know how to grow fruits and vegetables, how to raise chickens and they’re all under the age of 14. They’re the members of the Oakland County 4-H Club, and these six agriculturally developed kids have been busy working on their latest project ? building a greenhouse to help feed the needy. Aaron Hubbard and […]

Petition seeks halt to cityhood spending

A petition to enact an ordinance which cuts off tax funding for Oxford Village’s cityhood effort and prohibits council taking anymore action in favor of cityhood without a prior vote of the people is being circulated by a well-known village resident. ‘It’s time to put the brakes on this runaway train and see what the […]

Another Hicks graduates OHS

Talk about keeping it in the family. For the past 50 years, three members of the Hicks family has graduated from Oxford High School every 25 years. Elden Hicks in 1955, his daughter Leeanne Hicks in 1980 and her son Mat Duncan, who will be graduating this year. ‘It’s just kind of weird that it […]

$38K computer contract awarded to husband of village prez

A three-year $38,485 computer services maintenance contract for the Village of Oxford was awarded 4-0 by council last night to the Oxford-based Next Generation Computers, Inc. The company is owned by council President Rene Donovan’s husband Tracy A. Miller, Sr. who operates the business (formed in May 2003) from their Oxford Lakes home on Sunset […]