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Greig, Moss, Wittenberg to run for re-election to Michigan House

 

Moss, a former Southfield City Councilman, is the minority vice-chair of the House Local Government Committee and is the Democrats’ point-person on legislation affecting local municipalities.

“I’m proud to be a strong voice in Lansing for our most local concerns at home,” said Moss, who served as acting chairman of the committee just six months into his tenure as state representative, marking the first time in recent years that a member from the minority party has chaired an entire legislative committee meeting with action items on the agenda.

City requests look at oil-drilling support letters

 

Southfield Mayor Ken Siver said just one resident has contacted him to express support for the proposed oil drilling site at World of Faith International Christian Church. Everyone else he’s heard from has strongly opposed the idea.

Conversely, the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality told the mayor it received hundreds of letters in support of the issue.

Community rallies for Flint in water crisis

 

State Rep. Jeremy Moss and local law firm Goodman Acker joined forces to hold a water drive Jan. 26-28. Residents were asked to drop off donations at the Southfield Public Library and Goodman Acker, 17000 W. 10 Mile Road.

“This is a wonderful example of how government can work with the private sector, and I know the good people of Southfield and surrounding communities want to help the city of Flint,” Moss said in a prepared statement.

Michigan Governor, Legislature would be subject to FOIA law under bipartisan proposal

 

Legislation to subject Michigan's governor and legislature to the state's Freedom of Information Act could drop as soon as next month, say lawmakers working on the plan.

"I've been working on this project now for over a year and hopefully going to roll it out during Sunshine Week in March," said Rep. Ed McBroom, R-Vulcan.

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