Community Center Meeting
Residents are invited to attend a town hall meeting, Tuesday, April 17, from 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm to offer feedback on a $15.2 million plan to build a new Community Center.
The meeting, which takes place at the Berkley Community Center at 2400 Robina Avenue, begins with a brief power point presentation that’s followed by a Q & A session. Berkley residents are being asked to consider three funding proposals on the November 6 ballot: 2 mills for city infrastructure, a $15.2 million bond proposal for a new Community Center, and a $4.5 million bond proposal to renovate City Hall.
To help inform the voters about these proposals, the city has scheduled a series of community forums that will focus on each of the ballot initiatives. Tuesday's meeting will focus on plans for a new Community Center that’s larger in size than the existing facility, energy efficient, and able to accommodate more programs and activities.
Following this meeting, the city will host a town hall meeting on May 16 to discuss the millage proposal for infrastructure improvements. That meeting runs 6:30 pm to 8:30 pm at the Public Safety Building, 2395 12 Mile Road.
These meetings have one specific purpose: to hear from you. Please attend so your voice can be heard.