Livonia, MIHometownLife.com

Livonia 21 plan looks to create 'iconic' spaces. A new ordinance will make it possible.

Is it Livonia City Hall? Bates Burgers? It's probably not a downtown, considering the city doesn't have one. A city as built-out as Livonia probably can't create a traditional downtown to give people a sense of place within the community. But, the city thinks it can create micro downtowns throughout the city that, officials hope, people will associate with Livonia.
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City of Dearborn Heights to host job fair

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Settlement Reached with Westborn Markets Involving Service Animals Dispute

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Michigan's Aug. 3 elections are soon - here's what's on the ballot in Metro Detroit

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Young people in program cleaning up Sterling State Park

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