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The Birmingham Area Cable Board has scheduled a special meeting to be held on Wednesday, October 29 at 7:45 am in the Village of Beverly Hills offices (Council Chamber) located at 18500 West Thirteen Mile Road. At this meeting, the Board will be considering an Application for Franchise Authority Consent to Transfer Control of Cable Television Franchise (FCC Form 394) from Comcast to a Newly-Formed Company (Midwest Cable, Inc./GreatLand Connections, Inc.).
Click here to view the meeting agenda.

Daylight Savings Time - November 2


Village of Beverly Hills Leaf Vacuuming
Leaf Vacuuming begins Oct 27 for residents west of Evergreen.  Details ...

New Online Crime Mapping Tool Available
The Franklin-Bingham Farms Police Department is now using the crime incident mapping tool, Crimedar.   Details...

Andres Duany's Recommendations for the Future of Downtown Birmingham. View Andres Duany's final presentation regarding the development of Downtown Birmingham. Details...

14 Mile Road at the east side of Northwestern Highway Construction - Project: Beginning in mid-to-late July, 14 Mile Road will be closed at the east side of the intersection with Northwestern Highway while RCOC reconstructs and realigns the east leg of the intersection as the first phase of the larger 14 Mile/Orchard Lake/Northwestern Highway “triangle” project. The detour route for through traffic will be Middlebelt Road to Northwestern Highway and back to 14 Mile and vice versa.
Completion Date: November

Franklin Village Council has inacted the new Peddlers and Solicitors Ordinance
Along with that is the new "Do Not Knock List". Details ...

Report Pot Holes
In order to quickly repair pothole problems in the area, the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) is asking motorists to contact the agency directly by calling 877-858-4804, or visiting www.rcocweb.org.

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Our Mission:

It is the mission of the Board to advocate for the City of Birmingham and the Villages of Beverly Hills, Bingham Farms and Franklin and their citizens in order to maximize the quality and value of services of cable and related communications providers and support the delivery of public, educational and governmental programming. The BACB is a volunteer citizen body formed by inter-local agreement between the four communities mentioned above...

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