Macomb County Executive Mark A. Hackel will attend an expansion celebration for Fori Automation Tuesday at 12:30 p.m. at Fori’s offices, 50955 Wing Drive in Shelby Township.
A shutdown of much of Macomb County government is averted, as the County Board of Commissioners approve the budget for the coming fiscal year in an emergency meeting.
“I think they’re looking to have a form of government that, I guess, mirrors that in Wayne County and that is not what we’re accepting here in Macomb County,” Executive Mark Hackel said.
This week on Michigan Matters, Host Carol Cain talks to Macomb County Executive Mark Hackel about his first 18 months on the job.
Executive Mark Hackel says cities and townships are already talking about hotels, peers, campgrounds and campsites.
Any retail outlet can also get a placard for their business that proclaims them free of synthetic pot, and Hackel is asking consumers to let the Sheriff’s Department know if they see synthetic pot on any local store shelves.
This week on Michigan Matters, highlights from the Michigan Chronicle’s “Pancakes and Politics” session with the Big Four: Detroit Mayor Dave Bing, Oakland County Executive L. Brooks Patterson, Wayne County Executive Robert Ficano, Macomb County […]
Should Southeast Michigan be marketed as a single brand? That was the question before the “Big Five” area leaders Thursday at the Mackinac Policy Conference.
At the Mackinac Policy Conference, executives from Oakland, Macomb and Wayne counties met to discuss the issues facing their communities, their plans of action and how the problems of Detroit are affecting their counties.
“We want to make sure people understand the value that we have in Macomb County, but first we had to understand, brand it, and then start to market it,” said Mark Hackel.