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Friends of the Rouge to host green infrastructure panel discussion

November 26, 2014

Friends of the Rouge will host its annual membership meeting and dinner Dec. 9 at Glen Oaks Country Club in Farmington Hills.

Registration will begin at 5:30 p.m., followed by dinner and a special program.

The business meeting will begin at 7:20 p.m.

Reservations are currently being accepted and all are welcome to attend.

Dinner reservations are available for $35 per FOTR member, $40 per non-member and $300 for a reserved table for six people.

Guests may select from chicken, vegan or vegetarian entrée options.

Pre-registration is required. Online reservations may be made via the annual meeting page at

The evening will feature FOTR’s first-ever green infrastructure panel discussion with local leaders who will field questions about local and regional green infrastructure efforts and best practices for homeowners.

The guests include moderator Kenneth Cockrel Jr., executive director of Detroit Future City; panelist Jennifer Lawson, water quality manager for the city of Ann Arbor; panelist Amy Mangus, manager of Plan Implementation Group for the Southeast Michigan Council of Governments; panelist Noel Mullett, technical projects coordinator for the Wayne County Department of Public Services’ Water Quality Management Division; and panelist Jim Nash, water resources commissioner for Oakland County.


Friends of the Rouge to host green infrastructure panel discussion
November 26, 2014, Press and Guide 


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