Workers at Westland nursing home to go on strike amid pandemic
WESTLAND, Mich. – A group of nursing home workers will walk off the job Monday morning over their working conditions in the pandemic. Essential nursing home workers at Four Seasons Rehabilitation and Nursing home, located on Newburgh Road in Westland, had agreed in August to delay their planned strike by 30 days after Gov. Gretchen Whitmer urged SEIU Healthcare Michigan and nursing home chains to negotiate toward a fair contract. RELATED: Wayne County COVID-19 data: Tracking cases, deaths; City-by-city breakdownThey said that they are treated like they’re dispensable and will now walk off the job Monday at 6 a.m., kicking off their strike over unfair labor practices. They said they’re arguing for more PPE, better pay and more staff to help take care of patients.
California Pizza Kitchen closes at Laurel Park Place in Livonia
LIVONIA, Mich. The once-bustling California Pizza Kitchen (CPK) inside Laurel Park Place mall in Livonia is closing up shop due to challenges with the landlord and the COVID-19 pandemic. We look forward to welcoming you at our other locations and invite you to continue checking CPK.com for updates, reads the statement. In order to implement this agreement, we filed for voluntary Chapter 11 protection in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of Texas, reads the letter. The restructuring agreement includes a commitment for $46.8 million in new financing which will enable ongoing operation of CPK restaurants. We anticipate a short stay in Chapter 11 and expect to progress on an expedited timeline - our goal is to complete the Chapter 11 process in under three months.Laurel Park Place mall is situation on the corner of Newburgh and 6 Mile roads in Livonia.
Woman dies in Livonia crash on Newburgh Road
LIVONIA, Mich. A woman died in a crash on Newburgh Road Friday afternoon, police say. The woman was driving a Ford Edge and making a left turn at a traffic light in the area when her vehicle was broadsided by a Ford F-150 pickup truck. Stay with ClickOnDetroit and Local 4 News as this story continues to develop.