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Bloomfield Village covers an area of approximately one square mile from Quarton Road on the north to Maple Road on the south and from Lahser Road on the west to the City of Birmingham on the east. There are nearly 1,000 homes in the Village. Mr. Judson Bradway established Bloomfield Village in 1924 as a nonpolitical entity within Bloomfield Township in Oakland County. He maintained control of architectural plans and maintenance of the Village through 1966.
 
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Area residents formed the Bloomfield Village Protective Association at the beginning of World War II as a civilian defense measure to provide fire and police protection. The Association incorporated in April 1942 as a nonprofit Michigan corporation. On May 11, 1966, the name was changed to Bloomfield Village Association at which time the Association also assumed responsibility for the enforcement of the recorded Building and Use Restrictions and administration of the Maintenance Fund.
 
As a Bloomfield Village resident, you automatically are a member of the Bloomfield Village Association, which is administered by its Board of Trustees. You are, therefore, entitled to all its benefits and bound by its covenants, found in the restriction agreement for your subdivision, a copy of which you should have received when you purchased your property.
 
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Calendar
Trustee Meeting
Tuesday, March 17, 2020
7pm
Monthly Board of Trustees meeting. Meeting agenda will be posted approximately one week prior to the meeting. All residents are welcome to attend.
Trustee Meeting
Tuesday, April 21, 2020
7pm
Monthly Board of Trustees meeting. Meeting agenda will be posted approximately one week prior to the meeting. All residents are welcome to attend.
Annual Meeting
Tuesday, May 19, 2020
7pm to 9pm
Annual meeting will include reports from the Board of Trustees, Treasurer, Village Manager, Fire Department, Police Department, Garden Club as well as Bloomfield Township representatives. Includes annual election of new...

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Police and Fire News
Police and Fire Millage on the Ballot March 10, 2020
 
The ballot for the presidential primary election on March 10, 2020 will include a millage renewal proposal for residents of Bloomfield Township.  At the February 11, 2020 Board meeting for Bloomfield Village Association, Township Fire Chief Mike Morin and Police Chief Phil Langmeyer discussed the millage proposal, and what it means for Bloomfield Village.  Key points from the discussion:
  • The proposed millage is a renewal of an expiring millage.  While the millage will go to the Township’s General Fund, approximately 90% of the funds will then flow into the Police and Fire budgets to fund public safety services.
  • If the millage is not renewed, it will result in approximately $5 million in reduced funding for the Township Police and Fire Departments.  This will require cuts of personnel and services. 
  • Chief Morin indicated that close to one-third (22 of 64) Fire Department personnel would be cut if the millage fails.  This will necessitate closing of one or two of the four Township Fire Houses, and will impact response times significantly.
  • All of the Township firefighters are trained paramedics.  When the Township firefighters respond to a medical call, they are able to transport the victim to the hospital if necessary.  This transport service is billed to the victim, as would be any ambulance service; these billings generate approximately $1 million in revenues annually.  If the millage is not renewed, the Fire Department will not have the resources to provide the transport services, the current revenue generated by medical transport would be lost, and the services those revenues fund would be cut.  Without the millage renewal, medical transport would be outsourced to an ambulance service.  Importantly, ambulance services are generally staffed with EMTs (emergency medical technicians); EMTs have far less medical training than the paramedics who currently staff our Township Fire Department and medical transport services. 
  • Chief Langmeyer stated that 20-25 police officers would lose their positions.  Services that will be cut include training, dispatch, and all special services such as school liaison officers, canine unit and other patrols. 
  • The Village special assessment that funds the Village Police and Fire Departments is not part of the millage renewal, and our Police and Fire Departments would not have direct service cuts if the millage renewal does not pass.  However, the Township support services that are provided to the Village Police and Fire Departments – in key areas such as back-up patrols, dispatch, medical transport and responsiveness – will be reduced if the millage does not pass.
For more information, Chief Langmeyer and Chief Morin will be holding “Coffee and Conversation” on Thursday February 26, 10:30-11:30 am at the Bloomfield Township Senior Center.  Additional information is available on the Bloomfield Township website, www.bloomfieldtwp.org.
 
Please make sure your voice is heard and vote on March 10. 
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