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Celebrate the 313th Birthday of the Motor City
while raising funds for youth programs in the Osborn Community

Kidney Disease is on the Rise
What You Need to Know

City of Westland & UAW Local Contract Reducing Legacy Costs, While Awards Small Raises
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DETROIT – The Friends of the Matrix Center Committee proudly presents “313 in the D” a Celebration of Detroit’s 313th birthday. Ticket sales will benefit youth programs offered year round at the Matrix Human Services Center located in the Osborn Community.

“313 in the D” will be held July 24th on the roof top of the Music Hall (3 Fifty Terrace) from 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Tickets are $45.00 per person and can be purchased at Read More
(StatePoint) Kidney disease is on the rise, according to government statistics. Even if you haven’t been diagnosed, getting informed about it is important, as more than 26 million Americans likely have kidney disease and over 430,000 Americans are currently receiving dialysis treatment for kidney failure, according to the National Kidney Foundation.

Kidney Disease Awareness and Education Week, recognized August 5 -10, is a great time to get the facts: Read More  

What's on the August 5th ballot?
The August Primary ballot have over eight positions that candidates are seeking to fill. There is also a proposal and a millage renewal on the ballot. Take some time to familiarize yourself with the positions and the qualifications. You will be responsible for helping to help select the following leaders in your district.

The August Primary ballot has candidates running for the following positions: Read More
Westland - The Westland City Council unanimously adopted the recently ratified U.A.W. Local 174 union contract for front line supervisors at Monday's City Council session. With a goal of reducing the City's "legacy costs," the four year agreement provides for reduced wages and benefits for new hires, reductions in some benefits for current employees including tuition reimbursement and overtime, and employee cost sharing toward pensions and healthcare. Read More