Things to keep an eye on this week

What's on tap this week around Southeast Michigan.

Happy Sunday! Our weekend edition of this newsletter will be a bit different from the normal Monday through Friday version. On Sundays, I'll try my best to get you ready for the week ahead. Let's take a look at what to keep an eye on this week.

Up Next

  • UAW-GM negotiations: We are looking forward to hearing any type of update on negotiations as we enter the 4th week of a UAW members strike against General Motors.
  • Elder abuse town hall: Michigan AG Dana Nessel recently announced a bipartisan Elder Abuse Task Force focused on developing strategies to mitigate the issue of elder abuse. At a town hall Monday, State Rep. Cynthia Johnson and Nessel will provide information about the task force, share available resources and discuss legislative issues impacting seniors in our community.
  • Macomb County budget review: The proposed 2020 General Fund Macomb County budget is $279.6 million and the proposed 2020 Capital Plan budget is $5.5 million. It will be under review this week.
  • Apple picking season: Pay attention this week to all the apple orchard news you can handle. It's officially apple picking season. We'll have cider mill deals and updates you need to know about.

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About the Author:

Dave Bartkowiak Jr. is the digital managing editor for ClickOnDetroit.