Waterford, Michigan -- Residents and businesses of Rochester, Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills: your hometowns want to hear from you.
How can your communities work together, identify shared opportunities, ensure a continued high quality of life for all residents and a strong business climate, now and into the future?
That's the question to be explored at a public meeting planned for Thursday, June 2, from 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. at the Auburn Hills Community Center, 1827 N. Squirrel Road, Auburn Hills.
Oakland County Planning & Economic Development Services will help facilitate an open house on a "Tri-City Sustainability Planning Project" in partnership with Rochester, Rochester Hills and Auburn Hills. The public is welcome to drop in at any time and provide input on creating a vision that safeguards economic, environmental and community integrity.
Rochester Hills Mayor Bryan Barnett. Rochester Mayor Jeff Cuthbertson and Auburn Hills Mayor James McDonald encourage your participation and will be present to welcome participants. This will be the first of several public forums about finding ways to collaborate, share resources and embrace sustainability.
For more information, visit http://www.advantageoakland.com/CPHA/Pages/SustainProjects.aspx or http://www.facebook.com/sustainplan.