Halloween survey results: Split responses on participation plans
Here are the results from our Halloween survey of ClickOnDetroit readers. Participants were given questions will multiple choice answers and an option to elaborate on their Halloween plans. Only 25% of respondents, meanwhile, said Halloween trick-or-treating should be canceled in their neighborhood this year. 🌟 Become an Insider 🌟Introducing WDIV Insider: A new way for loyal Local 4 fans to gain access and customize your ClickOnDetroit news experience. Learn more about WDIV Insider - and sign up here!
City of Ann Arbor asking for public input on potential affordable housing
ANN ARBOR, Mich. – The City of Ann Arbor wants community members to share their thoughts on the redevelopment of four city-owned properties. Each survey is open until Dec. 14 and takes between five to seven minutes. Community input can also be given during three live virtual sessions held from 6-8 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 1; Nov. 9 and Dec. 10. The city is currently in the conceptual design phase for the redevelopment. The redevelopment sites are:121 E. Catherine St. (4th Avenue and Catherine Street parking lot)353 S. Main St. (Main Street and East William Street parking lot)309 S. Ashley St. (Ashley Street and West William Street parking lot)721 N. Main (a 5.26-acre site used for municipal parking)Learn more about the redevelopment sites at community-engagement-annarbor.com/
LARA completes nursing home investigations, positioned for additional federal CARES Act funding
All 442 federally certified nursing homes in the state went through an infection control survey from March 26 through June 19. BCHS serves as an agent of the Centers for Medicare and Medicare Services and provides regulatory oversight of the states nursing homes. When a complaint is received by BCHS that may fall in this category, health care surveyors have 48 hours to go on-site to conduct the investigation. The new mandate requires states complete 100% of the focused infection control surveys of federally certified nursing homes by Aug. 31 or lose up to 15% of the CARES federal funding. More headlines on Michigan nursing homes: