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GRAPHIC COMPLIMENTS OF STUCKY VITALE ARCHITECTS
This graphic depicts the three phases comprising the conceptual plan for the senior center expansion and reno-
vation project.
With funding still the
main issue, city council is
within weeks of making a
decision when the Senior
Center for Active Adults
will be expanded and ren-
ovated.
During a Jan. 13 study
session, seniors packed
the city council chambers
to share their opinions
and encourage city coun-
cil to go forward with up-
dates to the center based
on drawings by architect
John Vitale of Vitale-
Stuckey Architects (no re-
lation to Councilman
Chris Vitale).
Mayor Kip Walby said
for the past two years, se-
nior center officials, Parks
and Recreation Director
Greg Esler, John Vitale
and members of both the
Older Persons Advisory
Committee and Senior
Center of The Shores
have been discussing
plans to expand and up-
date the center.
We were looking at
what we thought we could
afford and what we
couldnt and came back
with drawings. We had to
put it on hold to get mov-
ing on the court building,
Walby said.
Moneys tight. Its a
tough road and there were
no promises, but the
promise was what we are
doing here today.
As is his typical form,
Esler began his presenta-
tion by sharing a funny
story. Esler said just be-
fore the meeting began he
ran into a senior who told
him, `you better not blow
it. Esler.
Esler took the council
on a historical journey
back to 2005 when the city
was preparing the master
plan. A major topic of dis-
cussion he said, was the
senior center and requests
to expand the kitchen and
hours of operation, im-
prove the exercise room
and add flexible space for
various activities.
Some of those requests
have been met, but a few
more added.
Our challenge is to fo-
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
Senior center expansion
may be on horizon
While Mayor Kip Walby believes theres no
question some general fund dollars will be needed
to pay for the senior center expansion, there are al-
ternatives.
At the Jan. 13 study session, City Planner Liz
Koto laid out a few payment options for council to
consider.
Because of special circumstances surrounding
the original construction of the center and other is-
sues, grants are not available and accepting private
donations or teaming with a health care provider
are not options. However, donations and partner-
ships can be used to equip the facility.
As far as bricks and mortar, Koto suggested the
city could apply for a federal loan which will allow
the city to use 15 percent of its annual Community
Development Block Grant funds to pay back the
loan in no less than 15 years. She estimates a $1
million loan would cost the city between $90,000
and $100,000 annually in CDBG funds.
There is another option, she said.
Because CDBG funds must benefit low or mod-
erate income residents, in the past a portion of the
funding has gone toward street replacement in low
to moderate income neighborhoods. That money,
she said, could go toward repayment of the loan
and cut the term length to three years, if the project
phases cover two grant years.
Her plan is to use $250,000 per year for three
years plus program income at the senior center to
cover more of the costs.
While the citys annual CDBG fund allocation
has been declining, Koto estimated at least for the
next two years, the city will receive $824,000.
To make up the difference, Walby suggested the
city could use proceeds from the sale of houses and
properties purchased through the Macomb County
Tax reversion process and fixed up and sold.
Tapping into the citys undesignated fund balance
is also an option, he said.
I would not be real optimistic your going to see
any other choices here, City Manager Phil Ludos
said.
Councilman Pete Rubino asked how reallocating
some CDBG funds would affect the citys overall
street repair and replacement program.
At what cost?
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
And so is the train.
Restaurateur Louis Bricolas was before city
council seeking permission construct a 365 square
foot addition to Gilbert's Lodge allowing him to re-
build a rear area of the popular Harper restaurant
destroyed in a fire last November.
Bricolas said prior to the blaze he had wanted to
redo the room where a transformer was located,
but the restaurant would have to be closed for five
weeks to make the changes.
Now that the restaurant is closed for repairs, he
said hed like to take advantage of the shutdown to
move a transformer and convert the space to house
grease, CO2 and water tanks as well as create lock-
er rooms for employees.
The area will be constructed of poured concrete
and brick embossed, making it consistent with the
current building in aesthetic.
It cleans up the whole area of the restaurant, he
said, adding right now the restaurant is down to
cinder block walls and cement floors.
Ill be able to do it pretty quickly, he said of the
rebuild. If I get permits this month, Ill be able to
open by end of April.
Kitchen equipment has already been ordered, he
said.
Im glad youre rebuilding, Councilman Tony
Tiseo said, echoing the sediments of other council
members who also wanted to know if the train that
looped the dining area was coming back.
Bricolas said yes it is and he said hes planning
to expand the tracks to include the bar area.
For the past several months residents have been
asking if the restaurant will be rebuilt and wonder-
ing if and when they could again enjoy a pizza and
a couple of brewskis.
Gilberts Lodge
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By Debra Pascoe
Editor
See EXPANSION, page 2A
See COST, page 2A
MLK
celebration
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Council at Lake Shore
High School. The annual
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officials from all three
school districts as well as
city and state leaders.
This Dr. Martin Luther
King Jr. mural, at right,
designed by Lake Shore
Art Club students, was
presented to the audience
during the event.
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Playing to a house
packed with seniors may
not have been easy, but
they all agreed the se-
nior center needs to be
upgraded and expanded.
Most of those address-
ing council were mem-
bers of the Older Persons
Advisory Committee
which already has had
significant input in the
project and were center
members.
Others a few of
which could not make
the 50-year-old age re-
quirement were still
supportive.
OPEC chairwoman
Mary Cipriano said shes
supportive of the expan-
sion idea.
We have spearheaded
this for the last two
years and were asking
everybody to embrace
our vision in keeping se-
niors active and en-
gaged. Sooner or later
everyone will be come
eligible for our center,
she said. We will never
run out of people who
will be joining our cen-
ter. I believe you will find
a way to make this hap-
pen.
If you build it, they
will come.
Marianne Langlois,
administrator for the de-
partment of family med-
icine for Henry Ford
Health System and a
member of OPEC, said
Henry Ford is very in-
volved with the center.
Its near and dear to
my heart, she said,
quoting statistics indi-
cating the area is seeing
the most population
growth among those
aged 55 and up.
There is stronger
growth here than across
the country. These are
the people you need to
find a way to meet their
needs.
Langlois said at Henry
Ford, the federal govern-
ment is pushing them to
keep Medicare benefi-
ciaries healthy and out
of hospitals.
How do you do that?
Keep them physically
fit, she said, adding
mental health is also
very important and so-
cialization is a good way
to help prevent demen-
tia and other mental is-
sues.
Center member Larry
Blackwell told council
he was at the center that
morning and the exer-
cise room was packed.
Disappointed the
plans didnt include an
indoor bocce ball court,
he asked council to give
it more consideration
before finalizing expan-
sion plans.
Its up to you folks to
do something. Seniors
are living longer than
they ever have, he said.
Vince Marino shared a
story showing the cen-
ters employees really
care about the wellbeing
of members.
As a constant visitor,
he said he was away for
three days and on the
third day he received a
welfare call from an em-
ployee making sure he
was OK.
After hearing Mayor
Kip Walby mention the
city may have to money
from the raining day
fund to help pay for cen-
ter improvements,
OPEC member Maureen
Chabot OPEC said, Im
thinking its raining and
its raining seniors and
boomers. Its really time
to step up.
Koto said the program would continue, as it is al-
so financed from the general fund.
The (CDBG funds) isnt covering the price of
one street its time to reallocate that money,
Councilman John Caron said.
Councilman Chris Vitale asked if current main-
tenance issues at the senior center would be ad-
dressed during the renovation process.
He pointed to photos included in the council
packet indicating foundation and water issues im-
pacting the centers inability to use a large room di-
vider.
Are we counting on the expansion to correct
those issues, he asked.
Senior Center Coordinator Sue Ficau said one of
the damaged walls would be removed to accom-
modate Phase I of the project. Others, she said,
may be repaired with general fund dollars depend-
ing on how budget hearings proceed.
She added engineers are coming to the center to
review damage and provide estimates which she
hopes will be available during budget hearings
which begin later this month.
Other funding issues include the cost of exercise
equipment, furnishings, appliances and other inci-
dentals.
Ficau said she received a baseline quote from All
Pro Exercise for equipment to meet the needs of all
using the center which came in at $66,375.30 plus
$6,505 for flooring.
There may be better pricing available, she said.
Vitale suggested all involved review the plans
and quotes to look at ways to save. For example, he
suggested removing some of the large glass win-
dows in the planned entrance expansion plan and
questioned why Phase III is costing so much when
its a space reallocation project and no new walls
are being built.
Architect John Vitale (no relation to the council-
man) said his cost calculations were passed on cost
per square foot and details will be worked out.
cus our limited resources
to the benefit of the most
people, he said.
In the 18-plus years
Esler has been with the
city, he said the center be-
gan with only one van to
shuttle seniors to doctors
appointments, dialysis
sessions and errands. It
now has four. The ages of
those using the exercise
room is between 50 and 97
and the center is the only
one in Macomb County to
offer a congregate meal
site and has its own chef.
A lot of people in the
last two years wan to use
the senior center. The
number has tripled. he
said.
Seni or Cent er
Coordinator Sue Ficau
said when she took over
six years ago, boomers
started coming up and our
team had to jump in and
sustain the programs
while we still launched
new ones without disen-
franchising people.
We do everything we
can. Im so incredibly
proud to lead the seniors,
the board and everyone
else. Seniors come by and
tell me how much this cen-
ter means to them, she
said, giving a detailed list
of programs and services
offered by the center.
It was finally John
Vitales turn to unveil the
conceptual plan he pro-
poses to be built in three
phases.
Phase one ($358,926)
involved a 2,600 square
foot building addition for
a fitness center. The room
features a walking track
with exercise equipment
in the center. The current
exercise area is targeted
for a healing arts room
and space will be recon-
figured to add a lifelong
learning room and com-
puter lab (Phase II,
$249,254). The current
restrooms will be ex-
panded to include locker
rooms.
The multipurpose room,
also used for exercise pro-
grams will be reallocated
to other programs and will
open up to the fitness cen-
ter, also part of Phase II.
Phase III ($388,836) in-
cludes a remodeling of the
front entrance to accom-
modate a covered drop off
area, expand common ar-
ea, add much-needed stor-
age and add natural light.
Plans also call for the
kitchen to be modified to
add a caf- type atmo-
sphere, much like
Starbucks where seniors
can grab wraps, salads
and beverages and relax.
Also targeted is the of-
fice space which currently
is not Americans with
Disabilities Act compliant.
John Vitale proposes to
construct a front desk area
at the front of the space for
convenience in addition to
opening up the front en-
trance for other activities.
John Vitale estimated
the conceptual plan as
presented will cost
$997,000 for construction
alone. Equipment, fur-
nishings and other inci-
dentals are all extra.
The plan, John Vitale
said, is to complete one
phase about every nine
months and do so allow-
ing the facility to remain
open.
Council is expected to
further discuss the expan-
sion plans and financing
next month.
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While a windfall isnt
expected after selling the
last house purchased by
the city in 2012 through
the Macomb County Tax
Reversion process, break-
ing even is not out of the
question.
At the recommendation
of the citys tax foreclo-
sure subcommittee, city
council approved a con-
tract with M & K Home
Improvement to make up-
grades to 21712 Finlan es-
timated at $64,970.
Work includes adding a
new roof and gutters,
kitchen and bathroom up-
grades, waterproofing the
basement, carpeting,
hardwood floor restora-
tion, painting, upgrades
to the family room and
several other incidentals.
The property is expect-
ed to be listed in three to
four months after work
begins, which will be as
soon as possible and may
be delayed by necessary
waterproofing and drive-
way repairs.
The city purchased the
property for $11,557.47
and spent $6,308.13 on
lawn cutting services,
snow, tree and debris re-
moval and furnace re-
pairs and another
$2,731.41 in utility bills.
With $20,597.01 invested
thus far, the project is ex-
pected to cost a total of
$90,277.01.
Until the upgrades are
completed, Community
Devel opment and
Inspection Director Chris
Rayes said appraisers
cannot estimate a resale
value.
Councilman Chris
Vitale, who sits on the tax
foreclosure subcommit-
tee, compared the house
to one on Gaulker the city
recently sold for about
$85,000 in a weaker mar-
ket and comparable
school district.
(The Finlan) house will
have a basement, an addi-
tional bedroom, entirely
new remodeled open
floor plan on a nice quiet
street, Vitale said, con-
servatively estimating
the house should sell for
about $100,000.
I was not a champion
of this house, but I saw the
light, he said, adding his
first thought was to make
an appointment with the
wrecking ball.
It came down to dol-
lars and sense.
Councilman Tony
Tiseo, also a subcommit-
tee member, agreed.
Mayor Kip Walby ques-
tioned the bids which
ranged from $104,870 to
M & Ks $64,970.
Vitale said the bid was
right in line with the sub-
committees $70,600 esti-
mate.
Rayes said M & K suc-
cessfully did work on oth-
er city renos.
We are not concerned
about their performance,
he said.
C o u n c i l w o m a n
Candice Rusie said she
wants to see the house
and more photos of the
property in its current
condition. A pair of exteri-
or photos was shared with
council.
The residents dont get
the opportunity to see
what we are spending
their money on, she said.
Both Tiseo and Vitale
said she is welcome to
walk through the house at
any time.
The motion to approve
the contract passed 5-1
with Rusie voting nay and
Councilman John Caron
absent.
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 3A
PHOTO BY RENEE LANDUYT
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
Simply sharing personal
information via personal
e-mail addresses will put
an end to any further dis-
cussion.
But not everyone does
and whats contained in e-
mails that go through the
citys server have City
Attorney Robert Ihries at-
tention.
Reiterating the citys
current e-mail policy as it
pertains to council, Ihrie
said unlike the general
public, members do not
have to file a Freedom of
Information Act request to
get copies of any e-mails
even those containing
attorney-client privileged
information in regard to
city issues.
The question Ihrie
posed during an informa-
tion-only Jan. 16 study
session is, do we want to
establish a policy other
than if you are a council
person there are no re-
strictions on what you can
request or receive in a
pure form?
We do understand that
sometime council people
are permitted and even
encouraged to commu-
nicate with each other, res-
idents, administration via
e-mail. Those e-mails are
oftentimes personal in na-
ture. The city server cap-
tures all e-mails that come
through the city server.
When a city councilperson
requests the e-mails, at
this juncture, receive all e-
mails, including those
personal in nature, such as
`want to go to lunch.
Those are permissible and
are given when asked,
Ihrie explained.
The general public, he
said, cannot receive those
types of e-mails and reiter-
ated they are not permissi-
ble under FOIA.
Do we want a policy
that limits disclosure?
Ihrie asked, adding of
council prefers not to have
their information con-
tained in an e-mail shared,
he suggests making a call,
sending a letter or a mes-
sage via their own person-
al e-mail.
If council wants to
change the policy, he sug-
gests members make re-
quests through FOIA and
add exemptions, such as
attorney client privileged
information is allowed.
The easiest thing to do
is establish no particular
policy, he said, adding
hes not aware of a city
that has a policy any dif-
ferent than currently on
the books in St. Clair
Shores.
Ihrie also cautioned
council it may be a
breach of duty if they
choose to share the con-
tents of an e-mail with the
community.
The clear intention of
reasonable expectation of
privacy can bring into the
city some kind of liability,
he said, adding the level of
trust and competence sug-
gests council may not dis-
close the information to
third parties.
No councilmember
commented or asked
questions about Ihries
presentation.
The topic may come
back before council for
further discussion and a
vote.
By Debra Pascoe
Editor
Ihrie discusses council generated e-mails
Its been more than 50 years since the gym floor at
South Lake High School was installed. Time had taken
its toll, prompting boards to pop, warp and bend
enough to render the floor uneven in spots and in need
of replacement.
Just before the holidays, crews began removing and
replacing the floor.
Now, nearly one month later, its complete, with the
first basketball game being played on it last Tuesday
evening.
Were excited about it, South Lake High School
Principal Carmen Kennedy said. Its something that
needed to be done and it got done. Its beautiful and it
will be around for a long time.
According to the districts Director of Business
Operations, Matthew Dishman, the floor can, and
should, last for decades.
The floor is designed to last 50 or more years, really,
Dishman said. So its a good investment in the high
school.
The necessity for the new floor was clear, he said.
The old floor had been around for a very long time
and it finally just broke down, Dishman said. There
were waves and bumps and uneven parts in the floor
that really made it unsafe to play basketball on or hold a
gym class on. It had to be replaced.
The cost, paid for with bond proceeds, according to
Dishman, was a nearly month-long process that includ-
ed a company to install the new floor and another to re-
move the old one and the asbestos below.
There was asbestos beneath that old floor, so we had
a company come in and remove it properly and safely,
he said. After they were done, Varsity Flooring came in
and really did a great job with installing the new floor. It
looks really good.
The total cost of the project came to about $150,000
Dishman said, which was a good price.
We got some very good discounts on the pricing be-
cause of the timing, he said. Normally, for example, to
remove the old flooring it can be between $7.50-$8.50
per square foot. Because of the time of year we got this
done, it only ran us about $5.50 per square foot.
There was a break on the installation, also due to the
timing, he said.
I think we got a very good job done for a very reason-
able price, Dishman said.
South Lake High Schools
gymnasium floor complete
By John McTaggart
Staff Writer
PHOTO BY JOHN MCTAGGART
Rebecca Palen tendered her resignation as executive
director of The Lake House effective Feb. 1.
According to a press release penned by president Ted
Huebner, after much careful consideration, Rebecca
has decided she needs to focus all of her energies on de-
veloping her private practice as a clinical therapist.
I believe I can speak for each of us in saying that we
appreciate all that Rebecca has done for The Lake
House, Huebner said. Program participation and
membership grew on her watch. She also developed
the foundation for many of our processes. Rebecca
served the organization well during her tenure and we
wish her all the best as she moves into a new phase of
her career.
The Lake House Executive Committee has developed
a strategic plan for finding a new executive director. A
Search Committee led by board member Sharon Maier
was formed and includes members Deanna Deldin and
Ted Wahby, Jr. and is actively evaluating candidates,
Huebner added/
We want to assure you that throughout this transi-
tion The Lake House will continue to operate as sched-
uled and there will be no interruption of programming,
he said, adding Kelsey Golan is the daily onsite contact
to ensure a smooth transition.
A reception for Palen is from 5 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Jan.
28, at The Lake House.
The Lake House
director resigns
The gym floor at South Lake High School was recently replaced. Pictured, the floor waits for the finishing
touches, prompting the court to remain closed until last Tuesday.
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Along with an art show that featured a
graffiti wall where patrons could cut out
pieces of art from the wall banner and take
it home, the event also gave the culinary
arts program a chance to show off its skills
by serving patrons a wide range of food in-
cluding pulled pork, shish-kabob and other
culinary delights.
Its a great thing for the students to be a part of, Culinary Arts Program instructor
Chef Daryl Shepard said. And its another opportunity for them to get some experi-
ence cooking for a large amount of people.
Its also a way for the school to reach out to the community in a positive way,
Kennedy said.
This is kids talking,
performing, cooking and
doing everything here,
Kennedy said. I believe
this is another opportunity
for us to celebrate what
these students can do and
to celebrate it with the
community.
The schools new jazz
band capped off the festiv-
ities with a concert in the
auditorium.
In previous years, there
was a class here called
choir, Kennedy said. But
honestly, that needed to be
revamped a bit. So, now
its called jazz band. This
great jazz band here is the
result of changing and lis-
tening to what kids want
to do. They wanted some-
thing different, something
more upbeat, and Joe
Verbeke, the band director,
came up with this idea. Its
been great.
South Lake also hosts a
Festival of the Arts in the
spring.
This is sort of a mini
Festival of the Arts, she
said. With a little different
flare to it.
4A ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014
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Staff Writer
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hallways at South Lake High School. At bottom: The Jazz Band per-
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First it was ice chests
and then home-based
businesses, now neon
signs are being targeted.
For the last few months,
city council has been grap-
pling with code enforce-
ments decision to issue ci-
tations for ordinances
council thought had been
addressed long ago.
And council wants to
know why.
Most recently, Jerry Bs
Cycle Works on Harper
was targeted again after
council, about a year ago,
thought the issue with his
neon sign was rectified
and the sign met code.
Now, according to admin-
istration, a permit is re-
quired. To avoid additional
complications while the
matter is again being re-
searched, store owners
with neon signs were ad-
vised to keep them turned
off.
That idea left
Councilman Pete Rubino
shaking his head.
This is most disturb-
ing, he said. (City
Attorney) Mr. (Robert)
Ihrie pretty much told us
last year that a certain
store was not in violation
for neon lights. I think
there might be some divi-
sion on council how they
feel about certain things,
but I thought this was put
to rest. But it came back
up.
Instead of administra-
tion coming to council,
they went right back out
and started giving viola-
tions for something that
they were told was OK,
Rubino continued.
I want to know why this
happened. The supervi-
sors are all the same, how
does this happen thats
what I want to know.
He did not get an an-
swer.
Councilwoman Candice
Rusie shared Rubinos an-
noyance.
Its just like groundhog
day up here.
A lot of these signs have
been up for quite some
time on business on
Harper. They need to let
people know they are
there and were telling
these businesses you cant
have these signs on,
Rusie said.
And whats disturbing
to me is that we have
( C o m m u n i t y
Devel opment and
Inspection) and code en-
forcement doing this with
administration backing
them up, she said.
Council has to deal with
these problems and were
not the ones going out
there and causing them
and its not helping the
business environment and
the impression we leave
on businesses who might
want to come here.
City Manager Phil
Ludos said he met with
Ihrie a few hours before
the Jan. 6 council meeting
to discuss the sign issue
and among other things,
discussed the administra-
tions interpretation of lan-
guage in the ordinance
that may be somewhat
vague and may give (the
city) the ability to go in
path A or path B, he said,
adding his plan is to have
council resolve the lan-
guage issue.
Until then, enforcement
action will not be taken.
Rusie called on adminis-
tration to notify affected
businesses.
We have these up and
down Harper. We have
these all over the city and
now its an issue, just like
the ice chests.
The ordinance language
is expected to be discussed
at a yet to be scheduled
study session.
Rusie makes history
For the first time in city
history, a woman ran a St.
Clair Shores city council
meeting if only for
about five minutes.
During the Jan. 6 meet-
ing, Mayor Kip Walby
passed the gavel to Mayor
Pro Tem Candice Rusie
while he stepped away
from the table.
Rusie pointed out while
she isnt the first female
mayor pro tem, she is the
first to hold the gavel
and use it not to silence
members, but to signify a
vote was taken.
No raises for council
While recommended by
the citys Compensation
Committee, city council
unanimously refused a 1.5
percent wage increase.
The raise would have
meant a raise of $151.01
for Mayor Kip Waklby and
$119.02 for the council.
The council and mayor
have not seen a raise in
nine years and took a five
percent pay cut in 2005 to
coincide with a 5 percent
cut in other areas of the
city budget.
The mayor is paid
$10,070.76 and council
$7.934.88 annually for
their service.
Precincts realigned
In a cost-cutting mea-
sure, City Clerk Mary
Kotoski asked city council
to approve eliminating
voter precinct No. 2.
Kotoski said the city
could do away with that
precinct in the south end
of the city and realign
boundaries, moving some
voters to the precincts at
St. Lucys and St. Joan of
Arc.
In addition, the
Elmwood Elementary
School site would be re-
named precinct 2 from
precinct 24 to keep the
numbers consistent.
Kotowski said the law
requires the city to notify
affected residents via mail
of the change anticipated
to cost the city about
$1,500 mostly in post-
age. Overall, eliminating a
precinct will save the city
about $2,000 annually.
6A ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014
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Businesses using neon in their signs are being targeted by code enforcement.
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Cat policy
clarication
To the Editor:
In reference to the Jan.
16, story, Residents say
city not animal friendly, I
would like to provide clari-
fication of the issues and
actions.
In June, 2013, in an ef-
fort to reduce the number
of cats being euthanized
in the Macomb County
Animal Control Shelter,
the new chief implement-
ed a policy which dictates
all cats brought in by ani-
mal control officers and
citizens would be neu-
tered/spayed, vaccinated,
and returned to the area
from which they were
found otherwise known
as trap/neuter/release
(TNR).
The assumption was
that all cats were feral (al-
though they are not) and
as such, had only two op-
tions be euthanized or
be put back outside. At
that time, there were five
cities, St. Clair Shores,
Roseville, Eastpointe,
Sterling Heights and
Warren who could not al-
low TNR because of ordi-
nances which restricted
unleashed, roaming ani-
mals. Fast forward to
January, 2014 and the only
solution developed by the
five cities, after almost six
months of meeting, was to
contract with the Animal
Care Hospital of Sterling
Heights to accept cats
brought in by their animal
controls officers and euth-
anize them no shelter-
ing, no adopting.
As president and co-
founder of 4 Paws 1 Heart
and an active animal advo-
cate, I have been in close
contact with the new
Macomb County chief and
have been writing letters
to our St. Clair Shores city
council and administra-
tion to alert them to the
fact that all cats brought to
the shelter from the five
cities were being eutha-
nized and encouraged St.
Clair Shores to consider
adopting a TNR program
and to help stop the kill-
ing. I have also actively re-
ported the situation on
Facebook pages and I
spoke at two council meet-
ings. My concern is that
the residents of all of these
cities are unaware of the
current situation involving
all cats found in their cities
feral cats (wild) and
adoptable cats (pets who
have been abandoned,
thrown out or lost).
After the council meet-
ing of Jan. 13, the founders
of Paws For The Cause
Feral Cat Rescue and I
were asked to meet with
councilmembers Chris
Vitale, Ron Frederick,
Mayor Kip Walby and City
Manager Phil Ludos to
provide further informa-
tion that could be shared
with others. We had a pos-
itive discussion about the
benefits and the processes
of a trap/neuter/release
program in St. Clair
Shores. We also discussed
the fact that grants were in
place or would be in place
to cover the costs of TNR.
In conclusion, we were
told that the issue would
be on the agenda for the
Jan. 20 council meeting.
At this meeting, I also ex-
plained, as Ive done at the
council sessions, that the
feral cat issue is just one
piece of the total issue.
The city would still need to
address the issue of do-
mesticated cats who are
rescued by animal control
and/or citizens because
these cats could not typi-
cally exist on their own in
the wild or in cat colonies.
It was agreed that further
discussions would be held
after the Jan. 20 meeting
to determine ways we
could progressively ad-
dress the needs of the
stray domesticated cats.
The solutions may include
communicating with the
residents, offering oppor-
tunities for education, re-
visiting ordinances and
determining if changes
could be made which
would encourage foster-
ing abandoned cats and
working closely with local
rescue organizations.
There is still much work
ahead, but we have had
many offers of help and
Im very proud that St.
Clair Shores is the first of
the five cities to actually
look at ways to be a more
caring city and one who
recognizes that to attract
residents and businesses,
we need to take a close
look at the quality of life
we provide our citizens.
Proving our respect for
animals and pets is criti-
cal.
DIANA RASCANO
President, 4 Paws 1 Heart
St. Clair Shores
THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 7A
CITY CALENDAR
Kindergartner
registration
Lake Shore Public
Schools kindergarten reg-
istration for the 2014-15
school year begins
Wednesday, Jan. 22, at the
elementary schools.
Half- and full-day class-
es are offered for children
who will be age 5 on or be-
fore Oct. 1.
Parents need to bring
the following to school:
Students original birth
certificate, three pieces of
residency verification and
students immunization
record.
The District Wide Open
House is from 5:30 to 7:30
p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 26,
at the schools.
For more information,
call (586) 285-8480 or visit
lakeshoreschools.org.
Lakeside Palette
Club
The Lakeside Palette
Clubs next general mem-
bership meeting is from
6:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday,
Feb. 3, in the Gilstorf
Meeting Room at the St.
Clair Shores Public
Library, 22500 11 Mile, St.
Clair Shores.
An oil demonstration is
offered by Joy Opoku
Ofei, graphic designer and
artist.
For more information,
call club president Deni
Metivier at (586) 321-6109.
Mom-to-Mom sale
The St. Margaret of
Scotland Catholic Church
hosts a mom-to-mom
sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Saturday, Feb. 8, at the
church, 21201 13 Mile, St.
Clair Shores.
Admission cost is $1
each or $2 for 8 a.m. early
bird shoppers.
The event is sponsored
by the St. Margaret
Womans Club.
For more information,
call Justine Pouttu at (586)
296-7965 or send e-mail to
japouttu@yahoo.com.
Relay For Life
The American Cancer
Society 2014 Relay For
Life of St. Clair Shores
starts at noon Friday,
May 30, at Blossom
Heath Park, 24800
Jefferson, St. Clair
Shores.
To become a part of the
Relay For Life overnight
community fundraising
walk and help finish the
fight against cancer, sign
up as a survivor or care-
giver, start a new team,
join a team or become a
member of the commit-
tee.
For more information,
call Maureen Rovas at
(248) 663-3444 or send e-
mail to maureen.rovas@
cancer.org.
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itor. All letters should be typed, double-spaced, signed and limit-
ed to 250 words. Longer letters may be edited for length and all
letters may be edited for content. We reserve the right to refuse
any letter. Include a daytime phone number for verification or
questions. The deadline for letters is 3 p.m Monday. Letters to
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The North American International Auto Show 2014 Charity Preview Party held Friday, Jan. 17, at Cobo Center in
Detroit, welcomed many local, national and worldwide celebrities the largest crowd in years. Guests donned
their finest attire and enjoyed the first views of the NAIAS. Proceeds directly benefit a wide range of childrens
charities and support services for children of all ages. Since 1976, the Charity Preview has raised more than $91
million for childrens charities in southeastern Michigan.
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2015 ATS Coupe
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tive next-generation technology, to its powerful drive.
Available late summer.
The North American International Auto
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Cobo Center, 1 Washington Blvd., Detroit.
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10 p.m. through Sunday, Jan. 26. Sundays
show ends at 7 p.m.
Early access is available for handicapped
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trance, off Washington Blvd.
Tickets cost $13 per person; $7 for seniors,
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to 12. Children age 6 or younger are admitted
free with a parent or guardian.
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Mopar presents its largest ex-
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American International Auto
Show in Detroit now through
Sunday, Jan. 26, with an ex-
panded 5,500 square foot dis-
play area to highlight the addi-
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the Mopar Garage.
The display features examples
of Mopar-customized vehicles
including the Mopar 2014
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proud to feature our new
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to give consumers the oppor-
tunity to personalize their new
vehicle during the purchase
process for a your vehicle,
your way experience with their Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep, Ram, Fiat dealership, said Pietro Gorlier, president and CEO Mopar, Chrysler
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2-3B SENIOR GUIDE | 7-9B CLASSIFIEDS
SECTION B ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014 4BSENIOR GUIDE
The most emotional decision:
Getting home care for parents
By Anne Marie Gattari
Wherever I go, I meet
people who are either car-
ing for an aging loved one
or know someone who is.
And they need help.
The details of their sto-
ries are unique. But their
pain and frustration are
not. It is all so familiar.
Not so long ago, that was
me on the other end of
the conversation.
Theres a process we
all go through before the
caregiver knocks on the
door. For some, the pro-
cess takes longer than it
does for others. It often
starts with an internet
search or a newspaper
article that catches our
eye. We do considerable
research to learn what
kind of care is available
and who provides it.
During the research
phase, we go back and
forth. Do we really need
to hire someone to come
and do what we can do,
what we should do?
Here was how my sis-
ters and I thought for
almost two years: They
just need a little com-
pany, I can stop in after
work on Tuesday. Dad
needs a ride to his doc-
tors appointment. I can
take a long lunch next
Wednesday. Mom
needs a reminder to take
her insulin. Ill tape a
note to the refrigerator
door and call every morn-
ing.
In time, the facts
become all too clear: a
little company came to
mean Mom cant give
herself a shower. A ride
to Dads doctor really
meant setting up a series
of blood tests and follow-
ups for his out-of-whack
Coumadi n l evel s.
Reminder to take her
insulin really meant we
need to be there every
morning to hand her the
syringe.
I went from internet
searches and newspaper
clippings to phone calls. I
gathered facts. I did the
math. I called family
meetings. I advocated for
outside help.
Then I went home and
tried to imagine what it
would be like to open the
door to a stranger - com-
ing to do what I can do,
what I should do.
Even after winning
agreement from my fru-
gal Depression-era dad
and my reluctant sib-
lings, I had a hard time
taking that final step.
Inviting someone into my
parents home to take
care of them was one of
the most difcult, emo-
tional decisions we adult
children will ever have to
make. But once we do, it
can be a good thing not
just for them, but for us.
Good professional care
by someone they actually
look forward to seeing
and peace of mind for us
thats a real good thing.
Once we decide to hire
outside help, its impor-
tant to interview several
agencies. All reputable
home care agencies have
a similar set of screening
criteria for caregivers:
See CARE, next page
Senior Guide




Our Services
Skilled Nursing
Wound Care
Medication Set-up
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Companionship
Meal Preparation
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Call for a free, no-obligation appointment.
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Serving the Grosse Pointes and Southeast
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Dr. Anand C. Takur M.D.
Board Certifed in Anesthesiology and Pain Medicine
National University Fellowship Trained
15945 19 Mile Rd., Suite 202, Clinton Twp., MI 48038
(586) 286-7246
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We Ofer Complete Comprehensive Care
Medication Management Minimally Invasive Procedures
Coordinate with Physical Terapy Evidence Based Pain Management
Non-Surgical Treatment Interventional Techniques
Your Complete Resource for Advanced
Medical & Interventional Pain Needs
Specialties:
Neck Back Arm Leg Hip Joint Hand Pain
Sciatica CRPS/RSD Neuralgias Sacroiliitis Cancer Pain
Facial Pain Syndrome Fibromyalgia
Neuropathy Spinal Stenosis Post Neck & Back Surgery Pain
Procedures:
Epidural steroid injections (translaminar and transforaminal) and medial branch
block cervical/thoracic/lumbar; sacroiliac and peripheral joint injections; selective
nerve blocks, spinal cord stimulation, intrathecal pump placement; kyphoplasty,
peripheral nerve injections celiac, hypogastric plexus blocks, lumbar sympathetic
block, stellate ganglion occipital nerve root blocks, and trigger point injections.
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Waltonwood at Lakeside encourages residents to
continue their active, independent lifestyle, while providing
access to the services they need.
Delicious restaurantstyle dinin $cheduled activities and transportation
Housekeepin, laundry and home maintenance Personal care
Call for more information, or stop by today!
(586) 207-7946
Waltonwood at Lakeside
Luxury Senior Living
Independent Living, Licensed Assisted Living and Memory Care
1+750 Lakeside Circle, $terlin Heihts
Located at Lakeside Mall, south ot Hall Rd., west ot Hayes Rd.
www.Waltonwood.com
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drug testing, back ground
checks, reference checks.
Their employees are
bonded and insured,
experienced, CPR certi-
ed and certied as pro-
fessional nursing aides.
However, two areas of
differentiators set some
agencies apart: accredita-
tion and RN oversight.
Accreditation is espe-
cially important in states
that do not require pri-
vate duty home care
agencies to be licensed.
Michigan is one of those.
Therefore, no regulatory
body overlooks their
business practices and
the quality of care being
provided in the home.
Three national organi-
zations provide this
accreditation: The Joint
Commission, Community
health Accreditation
Pr ogr am and t he
A c c r e d i t a t i o n
Commission for Health
Care.
While a lack of accredi-
tation does not mean the
agency offers poor qual-
ity care, accreditation
shows the public that the
agency has a commit-
ment to high standards,
Amy Goyer, of AARP, told
the New York Times in a
recent article.
An agency is probably
not going to be accred-
ited if they arent at least
striving to be a cut
above, Goyer said.
RN oversight means
every caregiver on every
case is supervised by a
nurse. The nurse makes
regular supervisory visits
to the home and reas-
sesses your parent while
checking on the quality
of care. He or she reads
care notes and regularly
communicates with the
families.
Hiring an agency with
a nurse on staff also gives
you the option of having
the nurse communicate
directly with your par-
ents doctor if you desire.
With our aging popula-
tion growing every day,
home care needs are also
growing.
But its important for
consumers to demand
the highest quality of
care.
Anne Marie Gattari is
president and owner of
BrightStar of Grosse
Pointe / Macomb, 22811
Greater Mack Ave., Ste.
204, St. Clair Shores, MI
48080. 586.279.3610. She
opened her BrightStar
franchise in August 2011
and has served nearly 175
families since. BrightStar
is certified by the Joint
Commission and employs
a full-time Registered
Nurse.
CARE:
Continued from previous
page
Services for Older
Citizens February events
include lunches, bingo,
movies and birthday cel-
ebrations.
Bingo begins at 10:15
a.m. in the Great Room.
The cost is $2 per card.
Lunch is served at
11:30 a.m. in the caf.
Heal t hy Agi ng:
Redening America
1:30 p.m. Monday, Feb. 3.
The one-hour movie
kicks off SOCs Positive
Aging month.
Spa bingo Tuesday,
Feb. 4, and Thursday,
Feb. 6.
Food Inc. 1:30
p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 4. The
movie exposeshow our
nations food supply is
now controlled by a
handful of corporations
that often put profit
ahead of consumer
health, the livelihood of
the American farmer, the
safety of workers and our
own environment.
Simple techniques for
healthy aging 1:30
p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 5.
Ro Coury, a registered
nurse, registered yoga
instructor and life coach
demons t r at es and
teaches techniques to
assist with body aware-
ness and relaxation.
SOC sets
February events
Senior Guide
AGE: 50+
$25/ year/ person
Ior St. Clair Shores Residents
$40/ year/ person
or General Public (Non-Residents)
Extended Hours:
Monday- Thursday 7 am- 7 pm
Friday 7 am- 4 pm
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Paul Kerasiotis D.P.T. Katherine Palazzolo D.P.T.
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- Most Insurances Accepted -
- Evening Appointments Available -
Main Offce
30695 Little Mack, Ste. 600 Roseville, MI 48066
Tel. (586) 294.9030 Fax (586) 294.9033
43455 Schoenherr Rd. Ste. 9 Sterling Heights, MI 48313
Tel. (586) 323.9030 Fax (586) 323-9032
Evaluation & Treatments Provided
EMS/TENS Home Exercise Program Joint Mobilization
Neuromuscular Re-Education Laser Therapy Traction
Phonophoresis Progressive Strengthening
Soft Tissue Mobilization Ultrasound
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586.279.3610
www.brightstarcare.com
22811 Greater Mack Ave., Ste. 204
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
Stay Independent.
Stay in Your Own Home.
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BrightStar of Grosse Pointe / Southeast Macomb is
a proud partner of Wayne State Universitys Institute of
Gerontology, supporting research and education on aging.
BrightStar of Grosse Pointe / Southeast Macomb is
a proud partner of Wayne State Universitys Institute of
Gerontology, supporting research and education on aging
586.279.3610
www.brightstarcare.com
22811 Greater Mack Ave., Ste. 204
St. Clair Shores, MI 48080
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Comfort. Experience. Professionalism.
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and family, giving you the opportunity to enjoy and contribute
to one anothers well-being.
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range of social, recreational and therapeutic services in
a caring environment.
LifeHouse Communities offer the world reknown Montessori
Based Dementia Care Program.
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4B ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014
4 YEARS/50,000 MILES OF COMPLIMENTARY MAINTENANCE ON EVERY NEW LINCOLN.
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A/Z Plan pricing with $750 factory lease Conquest rebate plus taxes, plate and doc fees. Security deposit waived. Mileage allowance is 10,500 per year. With qualied credit.
Program ends 1/31/2014.
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See Dealer for additional details
**Four-year/50,000 mile Maintenance Plan with purchase or lease. Coverage includes a maximum of 8 regularly scheduled maintenance services. Program ends 1/31/2014
To nd out where Lincoln is going, visit LINCOLN.COM.
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AUTO SHOW
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2014 Lincoln MKZ Hybrid
VIN# 3LER815418
Remote Start
*With $1,000 Conquest Factory or Loyalty
rebate, security deposit waived, excludes
tax, title and license fees, A/Z Plan Pricing.
$
2,000 DUE ON DELIVERY
24 MONTH LEASE
per month
$
271
VIN# 3LER816268
Remote Start
*With $1,000 Conquest Factory or Loyalty
rebate, security deposit waived, excludes
tax, title and license fees, A/Z Plan Pricing.
$
2,000 DUE ON DELIVERY
24 MONTH LEASE
per month
$
243
2014 Lincoln MKZ
AVG.
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THURSDAY, JANUARY 23, 2014 ST. CLAIR SHORES CONNECTION 5B
SHOWROOM HOURS: MON. & THURS. 8:30 A.M. - 9:00 P.M. TUES., WED., FRI 8:30 A.M. - 6:00 P.M. SAT. 10:00 A.M. - 3:00 P.M.
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JEFFREY AUTOMOTIVE GROUP
GRATIOT & 13 MILE
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(888) 799-7363
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*One or more Units available at this price. Plus Sales Tax, License, Title and Documentary Fee, all applicable rebates and incentives to the Dealer. ** One or more Units available at this
price. 36,000 Mile Closed End Lease. Plus 6% Monthly Use Tax, License, Title and Documentary Fee, all applicable rebates and incentives to the Dealer. No security deposit required.
0.9%APR available up to 36 months. EPA mileage estimates based on 2013 mileage estimates. Use for comparison purposes only. Your actual mileage will vary depending on how
you drive & maintain your vehicle. Photos may not represent actual vehicle or price. Price is subject to change without notice. Program ends 1-31-14.
(888) 799-7357
www.jeffreyhonda.com
GRATIOT & 13 MILE 2 MILES NORTH OF I-696
Jeffrey Honda
36 MPG HWY
27 MPG CITY
$0 DOWN
SIGN & DRIVE
LEASES AVAILABLE
0.9%
FINANCING
AVAILABLE
Lease for 36 months for only
$
259
**
+ tax
per month
with $999 due at lease inception
39 MPG HWY
28 MPG CITY
$0 DOWN
SIGN & DRIVE
LEASES AVAILABLE 0.9%
FINANCING
AVAILABLE
35 MPG HWY
28 MPG CITY
$0 DOWN
SIGN & DRIVE
LEASES AVAILABLE 0.9%
FINANCING
AVAILABLE
Lease for 36 months for only
$
189
**
+ tax
per month
with $999 due at lease inception
2013 Honda FIT BASE 5 SPEED AUTOMATIC
30 MPG HWY
22 MPG CITY
$0 DOWN
SIGN & DRIVE
LEASES AVAILABLE
0.9%
FINANCING
AVAILABLE
Lease for 36 months for only
$
259
**
+ tax
per month
with $999 due at lease inception
2014 Honda CR-V LX AWD
Lease for 36 months for only
$
199
**
+ tax
per month
with $999 due at lease inception
2013 Honda CIVIC LX SEDAN AUTOMATIC
d
2014 Honda ACCORD LX SEDAN
CONT. VARIABLE TRANS.
(586) (888) 799-7356
www.jeffreyacura.com
GRATIOT & 13 MILE 2 MILES NORTH OF I-696
$0 Due at Signing! Available on ALL Acuras
Free Service Pickup & Delivery for Service
Lease for 36 months as low as
$
209
**

per month
with $2,499 due at
lease inception
NEW 2014 Acura ILX
Jeffrey Acura
NEW 2014 Acura TL
Lease for 36 months as low as
$
309
**

per month
with $2,499 due at
lease inception
ALL NEW REDESIGNED
2014 Acura MDX
Lease for 36 months as low as
$
459
**

per month
with $3,499 due at lease inception
*One or more units available at this price. Plus sales tax, license, title and documentary fee, all applicable rebates and incentives to the dealer. No
security deposit required. **One or more units available at this price. Plus 6% monthly use tax, license, title and documentary fee; all applicable rebates
and incentives to the dealer. All leases based on 10,000 miles per year. All pricing based on in stock dealer vehicles. Photos may not represent actual
vehicle or price. Price is subject to change without notice. Program ends 1-31-14.
0.9%
APR
FOR 36
MONTHS
0.9%
APR
FOR 36
MONTHS
0.9%
APR
AVAILABLE
$
1
,
000
Auto Show Bonus Offer
Down payment assistance on all 2013 and 2014 Acura models
*
(888) 799-7362
www.jeffreyauto.com
GRATIOT & 13 MILE 2 MILES NORTH OF I-696
NISSAN Jeffrey
Includes NMAC Cash ONE OR MORE AT THIS PRICE
Open Every
Saturday
10am-3pm
SPECIAL
EDITION
2013 NISSAN Sentra S
12K
MILES
PERYEAR
2014 NISSAN Altima 2.5 S
Includes NMAC Cash ONE OR MORE AT THIS PRICE
ALL LEASES 12,000 Miles Per Year, No Security Deposit!
SIGN AND DRIVE LEASES
ALWAYS AVAILABLE AT
JEFFREY NISSAN
COME IN
AND TEST
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BRAND NEW
2014
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*One or more units available at this price. Plus tax, license, title and doc fee, all rebates to dealer. Includes $500 for NMAC fnancing. All payments
are based on tier 1 credit approval with NMAC. All Advertised leases 12k miles per year. **Sentra 24,000 mile closed end lease. Altima 24,000 mile
closed end lease. Plus 6% tax, license, title and doc fee, in stock units. Sale price includes college grad rebate. Photo may not refect actual vehicle
or price. Prices subject to change without notice. See dealer for details. Program ends 1-31-14.
38
HWY MPG
*With any New Vehicle Jeffrey Nissan purchase in 2014.
See dealer for details
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36 mo LEASE as low as
$
189
**
+ tax
$1,999 TOTAL DUE at lease inception
All Power Options, Tinted Glass,
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SALE PRICE $18,999
MSRP $23,190
Model #13114 Vin #148449
mo
24 mo LEASE as low as
$
159
**
+ tax
$1,999 TOTAL DUE at lease inception
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mo
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*Plus 6% sales tax, title, and destination charge. First payment, taxe and plates due ay inception. No security deposit required. Kia Motors America
of Kia Motors Finance Company rebate, and owner loyalty or competitive and Military bonus applied. All incentives to dealer. Warranty is a limited
powertrain warranty. For details see dealer or go to Kia.com. **Plus 6% monthly use tax, license, title, doc fee. Photos may not represent actual vehicle
or price. Price is subject to change without notice. Expires 1-31-14.
2014 KIA CADENZA
Lease for 36 months as low as
$
389
**
+ tax per month
WAS $39,160
$
33,983
*
STK# J130636
Jeffrey KIA
Lease for 36 months as low as
$
229
**
+ tax per month
WAS $22,690
$
20,859
*
N
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Zero due
Available on all
KIA Leases
Lease for 36 months as low as
$
279
**
+ tax per month
with $295.00 due at lease inception
WAS $25,485
$
22,262
*
with $244.00 due at lease inception
with $0.00 due at lease inception
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OR
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STK# J453239
2014 KIA SOUL
STK# J009203
Lease for 36 months as low as
$
235
**
+ tax per month
12K miles per year
with $249.00 due at lease inception
WAS $17,795
$
17,253
*
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2008 Impala LT
Sale Price:
$11,000
Mileage: 86,906
2008 Civic EX-L
Sale Price:
$11,380
Mileage: 59,614
2008 Odyssey EX-L W/DVD
Sale Price:
$13,890
Mileage: 99,701
2012 Versa SV
Sale Price:
$12,250
Mileage: 33,922
2010 Forte EX
Sale Price:
$12,850
Mileage: 24,999
2007 Aura Xe
Sale Price:
$10,550
Mileage: 81,972
2009 Camry LE
Sale Price:
$10,000
Mileage: 110,565
2008 Mazda5 Touring
Sale Price:
$7,100
Mileage: 134,105
2005 Civic LX
Sale Price:
$9,000
Mileage: 96,625
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Aides/Convalescent
209 Help Wanted Professional
210 Help Wanted Restaurant
211 Help Wanted Management
212 Job Fair
SITUATION WANTED
300 Situations Wanted
Babysitter
301 Clerical
302 Convalescent Care
303 Day Care
304 General
305 House Cleaning
306 House Sitting
307 Nurses Aides
308 Offce Cleaning
309 Sales
310 Assisted Living
312 Organizing
MERCHANDISE
400 Antiques / Collectibles
401 Appliances
402 Arts & Crafts
403 Auctions
404 Bicycles
405 Computers
406 Estate Sales
407 Firewood
408 Furniture
409 Garage/Yard/
Rummage Sale
410 Household Sales
411 Clothes/Jewelry
412 Miscellaneous Articles
413 Musical Instruments
414 Offce/Business
Equipment
415 Wanted To Buy
416 Sports Equipment
417 Tools
418 Toys/ Games
419 Building Materials
420 Resale/Consignment
Shops
421 Books
ANIMALS
500 Animals Adopt A Pet
502 Horses For Sale
503 Household Pets For Sale
504 Humane Societies
505 Lost And Found
506 Pet Breeding
507 Pet Equipment
508 Pet Grooming
509 Pet Boarding/Sitting
510 Animal Services
AUTOMOTIVE
600 Cars
601 Chrysler
602 Ford
603 General Motors
604 Antique/Classic
605 Foreign
606 Sport Utility
607 Junkers
608 Parts/Tires/Alarms
609 Rentals/Leasing
610 Sports Cars
611 Trucks
612 Vans
613 Wanted To Buy
614 Auto Insurance
615 Auto Services
616 Auto Storage
RECREATIONAL
650 Airplanes
651 Boats And Motors
652 Boat Service/Care
653 Boat Parts
654 Boat Storage/Docking
655 Campers
656 Motorbikes
657 Motorcycles
658 Motor Homes
659 Snowmobiles
660 Trailers/Tractors
661 Water Sports
662 Recreational Vehicles
Real Estate
RENTALS
700 Apts/Flats/Duplex:
Grosse Pointe/Harper Woods
701 Apts/Flats/Duplex:
Detroit/Wayne County
702 Apts/Flats/Duplex: St.
Clair Shores/Macomb County
703 Apts/Flats/Duplex:
Wanted to Rent
704 Houses: Rent
705 Houses: Grosse
Pointe/Harper Woods
706 Houses: Detroit/
Wayne County
707 Houses: St. Clair Shores/
Macomb County
708 Apts/Flats/Duplex: Rent
709 Townhouses/
Condos to Rent
710 Townhouses/Condos
Wanted
711 Garages/Mini Storage
for Rent
712 Garages/Mini Storage
Wanted
713 Industrial/Warehouse
Rental
714 Living Quarters
to Share
715 Hunting Rentals
716 Offces/Commercial
for Rent
717 Offces/Commercial
Wanted
718 Property Management
719 Rent with Option to Buy
720 Rooms for Rent
721 Vacation Rental:
Florida

722 Vacation Rental:
Out of State
723 Vacation Rental:
Michigan
724 Vacation Rental: Resort
725 Rentals/Leasing
726 Waterfront
727 Relocation Services
HOMES/LOTS FOR SALE
800 House for Sale
801 Commercial Buildings
802 Commercial Property
803 Condos/Apts/Flats
804 Country Homes
805 Farms
806 Florida Property
807 Investment Property
808 Waterfront Homes
809 Waterfront Lots
810 Lake/River Resorts
811 Lots for Sale
812 Mortgages/Land
Contracts
813 Northern Michigan
Homes
814 Northern Michigan Lots
815 Out of State Homes &
Property
816 Real Estate Exchange
817 Real Estate Wanted
818 Sale or Lease
819 Cemetery Lots
820 Business For Sale
821 Open House
822 Vacation Properties
824 Mobile Homes
825 Estate Sales
826 Auctions
Guide to
Services
900 Air Conditioning
901 Alarm Installation Repair
902 Siding
903 Appliance Repairs
904 Asphalt Paving Repair
906 Architectural Service
907 Basement Waterproofng
908 Bathtub Refnishing
911 Brick/Block Work
912 Building/Remodeling
913 Bicycle Repair/Service
914 Carpentry
915 Carpet Cleaning
916 Carpet Installation/Repair
917 Ceilings
918 Cement Work
919 Chimney Cleaning
920 Chimney Repair
921 Closets
922 Computer Services
923 Construction Repair
924 Demolition
925 Decks/Patios
926 Doors
927 Debris/ Clutter
929 Drywall/Plastering
930 Electrical Services
933 Excavating
934 Fences
935 Fire/Flood Damage
936 Floor Sanding/
Refnishing
937 Floor Installation
938 Furniture Refnishing/
Upholstering
939 General Services
940 Glass-Residential/
Commercial
941 Home Concierge Services
942 Garages
943 Landscapers / Gardeners
944 Gutters
945 Handyman
946 Hauling & Moving
947 Heating/Cooling
Repair & Installation
948 Insulation
949 Janitorial Services
950 Engine/Motor Repair
951 Iron Work
952 Locksmith
953 Marble/Stone
954 Painting/Decorating
956 Pest Control
957 Plumbing & Installation
958 Propane Services
959 Power Washing
960 Roofng Service
961 Energy Savings
962 Storms And Screens
964 Sewer Cleaning Service
965 Shutters
966 Snow Removal
968 Stucco
969 Swimming Pool Service
970 T.V./Radio/CB Radio
971 Tree Service
973 Tile Work
974 VCR/DVD Repair
975 Vacuum Sales/Service
976 Ventilation Service
977 Wall Washing
980 Window Installation
981 Window Washing
983 Welding
Complete Index
817 REAL ESTATE WANTED
RETI RED dOctOr
uhd wlIa haad tan-
Orury I urhl shad
hOusl h, hOna/
cOhdO IOr FaDruury,
Murch, Arll 2014. 2
DadrOOns uhd 2 Iull
Duths. Plausa cull
(58)242-280
099
BUSINESS
OPPORTUNITIES
SAWMl LLS I r On
Ohly $4,87! Muka
& Suva MONEY wlth
yOur Owh Duhdnlll.
Cut lunDar uhy dl-
nahslOh. lh stOck
raudy tO shl. FREE
l hI O/ DvD. www.
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On (800)578-133
Ext.300N
100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
CANADA Dru Cah-
tar ls yOur chOlca
IOr suIa uhd uIIOrd-
uDla nadlcutlOhs.
Our llcahsad Cuhu-
dl uh nul l Or dar
h u r nu c y wl l l
rOvl da yOu wl th
suvlhs OI u tO 75
arcaht Oh ull yOur
nadlcutlOh haads.
Cull tOduy
(800)25-4150 IOr
$10 OII yOur Ilrst
rascrl tl Oh uhd
I raa shl l h.
100 ANNOUNCEMENTS
PELVIC/ truhsvu-
lhul nash? Dld yOu
uhdarO truhsvulh-
ul l ucanaht OI
nash IOr alvlc Or-
uh r Ol usa Or
strass url hury l h-
c O h t l h a h c a
Datwaah 2005 uhd
tha rasaht? lI tha
nash cuusad cOn-
llcutlOhs, yOu nuy
Da ahtltlad tO cOn-
ahs ut l Oh. Cul l
Churlas H. JOhhsOh
Luw uhd sauk tO u
Ianula stuII nan-
Dar (800)535-5727
108 COMPUTER SERVICE
HAVING uhy cOn-
utar l ssuas, uhy
tachhOlOy haads?
Lat tha MD Tachs
wl th MD TachhO-
lOy sarvlca ull yOur
tachhOlOy haads.
Faal Iraa tO vlslt Our
waDslta ut
ndtachhOlOy.hat
Or lva us u cull ut
(313)477-253
112 HEALTH & NUTRITION
LOCAL nadltutlOh
r Ou. Pr uct l ca
nadltutlOh lh tha
Ruj u YOu Kr l yu
YOu, t r udl t l Oh.
Waakl y Thursduy
avahl hs, 7. 30-
8.30n. Lad Dy lOh
t l n a s t u d a h t
YOuchuryu J. Ollv-
ar Bluck, dlract dls-
cl l a OI Purunu-
huhsu YOuhuhdu.
Cull (313)882-3877
IOr nOra lhIOrnu-
tlOh.
200
HELP WANTED
GENERAL
$1,500 srlh DO-
hus. Hlrlh 3/4 Or
Oha t Oh dl as al
lcku trucks. Cull
( 8) 74-101 Or
w w w . I O r a -
nOsttruhsOrt.cOn
DRIVER wuhtad IOr
truhsOrtutlOh cOn-
uhy. Oh cull 5 duys
u waak, 25- 30
hOur s . Av ar ua
$400/ waak. Must
Da 25 yaur s Or
Oldar. Cull Datwaah
8un- 5n,
(313)421-2220
POlNTE Hurdwura &
LunDar ls lOOklh
IOr u hurd wOrkar
wl t h OOd nut h
skllls. LOts OI cus-
t Onar u hd c O-
wOrkar lhtaructlOh.
SOna hauvy llItlh
uhd Owar tOOl us-
ua. Exarlahca hOt
r a q u l r a d . N O
Suhduys Or HOl l -
duys. (313)824-5550
200
HELP WANTED
GENERAL
E X CE P T I ONAL
dOwhtOwh rlvuta
cluD saaks nOtlv-
utad stuII. Wa OIIar
axcal l aht wuas,
cOnrahahslva Da-
haIlts, rOwth O-
Ortuhlty. Full tlna.
dOOr nuh, I r Oht
dask uaht, nah's
lOckar rOOn uttahd-
uht . Pur t t l na.
nah's lOckar rOOn
uttahduht, wOnah's
lOckar rOOn uttahd-
uht, Ortar, uast
r OOn ut t ahduht ,
Duhquat sar var .
Pl ausa sahd r a-
suna t O.
curaars@thaduc.cO
n Or Iux.
(313)3-55
E X P E RI E NCE D
cur al var . Must
huva axarl ahca
wl t h danaht l u!
Sanl llva lh (Frlduy,
Suturduy) hOurly O-
sl tl Oh. l h CrOssa
POlhta hOna. Must
Da ralluDla, curlh,
cOnusslOhuta uhd
trustwOrthy wl th
EXCELLENT raIar-
ahcas. Sahd r a-
s una wl t h r a -
I r a hc a s t O
s.luDruhcha02
@null.cOn
FOREMAN tO laud
utlllty craws. Out-
dOOr hyslcul wOrk,
nuhy Osl t l Ohs,
uld trulhlh, $20/
hOur l us waakl y
arI Ornuhca DO-
husas uItar rOnO-
tlOh, llvlh ullOw-
uhca whah truval-
lh, cOnuhy truck
uhd DahaIlts. Must
huva strOh laudar-
shl skl l l s, OOd
drlvlh hlstOry, uhd
Da uDl a tO truval
M l c h l u h u h d
haurDy stutas. Enull
rasuna tO racrult-
ar@OsnOsa. cOn
Or uly Ohllha ut
www.OsnOsautlllt-
las.cOn. Equul O-
Ortuhlty anlOyar/
nula/ Ianula/ dls-
uDlad, vataruhs.
FRIENDLY CrOssa
POlhta SulOh lOOk-
lh IOr axarlahcad
hull tachhlcluh uhd
hulr styllst. Wlth vu-
cut l Oh uy uhd
haul t h DahaI l t s.
( 313) 882- 240
FRONT Dask POsl-
t l Oh, ur t t l na,
avahlhs uhd waak-
ahds. Aly lh ar-
sOh MOhduy- Frlduy
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slda Tahhls uhd Flt-
hass Cl uD, 18201
E. Wurrah.
TO PLACE AN AD
CALL 313-882-6900 ext 1
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406 ESTATE SALES
406 ESTATE SALES
200
HELP WANTED
GENERAL
GORDON Trucklh
CDL-A truck drlvars.
SOlOs uhd Tauns u
tO $5,000 slh Oh
DOhus uhd $. 5
CPM! Mlchluh Ra-
lOhul uvulluDla hO
NOrthaust. EOE cull
7 duys u waak!
(8)50-4382 COr-
dOhtrucklh.cOn
HAI RDRESSER
uhd Null Tachhlcluh
I Or I ul l - sar vl ca
C r O s s a P O l h t a
SulOh, Iull Or urt-
tlna, DOOth lausa
uvul l uDl a. cOl Os-
aunsulOh@utt.hat
(313)881-7252
HELP wuhtad Iull/
urt tlna. ShOw ra-
nOvul . St . Cl ul r
ShOr as , Cr Os s a
POlhta urau, shOval
u h d D l O w a r s .
( 5 8 ) 2 4 3 - 3 3 4
NEED Cluss A CDL
trulhlh? Sturt u cu-
r aar l h t r uckl h
t O d u y ! S w l I t
Acudanl as OI I ar
P T D l c a r t l I l a d
cOursas uhd OIIar
"Dast lh cluss" trulh-
lh. Naw ucudany
clussas waakly, hO
nOhay dOwh Or
cradlt chack, cartl-
Ilad nahtOrs raudy
uhd uvulluDla, uld
(whlla trulhlh wlth
nahtOr). RalOhul
uhd dadlcutad, O-
Ortuhl tl as, raut
curaar uth, axcal-
laht DahaIlts uck-
ua. Pl ausa cul l
( 520) 314- 143
NEW uy IOr axarl-
ahca rOrun uys
u tO .41/ nlla cluss
A r O I a s s l O h u l
d r l v a r s . C u l l
(877)242-31 IOr
nOra datulls Or vls-
l t
suarsarvlcaLLC.cO
n
NEW Puy Puckua
TructOr Owhar O-
arutOrs. $1,500 Slh
-Oh BOhus, TualO,
MS tO DatrOlt, Ml.
Ra l nDur s a na ht
tOOls, sculas $2,500
-3,000 nllas/ waak
(888)888-7
PART tlna raras-
ahtutlvas haadad!
FOr u cOnlata jOD
dascrltlOh uhd u-
llcutlOh, lausa u-
l y O h l l h a u t
rsltruhscO.cOn Or
a n u l l
lOrl.daluclu.hr@rsl-
thr.lhIO rasuna ls
raqulrad.
200
HELP WANTED
GENERAL
WANTED CDL A
Drlvars lh Cahtrul
u h d S O u t h a r h
Ml chl uh! $1, 000
slh Oh DOhus, ra-
lOhul ruh, waakly
hOna tlna, axcal-
laht uy uhd Daha-
I l t s . J u c O D s O h
T r u h s O r t u t l O h
www.drlvajtc.cOn
( 8 8 8 ) 4 0 - 0 3 3 .
www.drlvajtc.cOn
201
HELP WANTED
BABYSITTER
SEEKING axarl -
ahcad Nuhhy t O
cura IOr Our 2 chll-
drah (2 & 4) lh Our
C r O s s a P O l h t a
hOna. Must huva
ralluDla truhsOrtu-
tlOh uhd raIarahcas.
MOhduy- Fr l duy,
8un- 5.30n. $10/
hOur. (313)28-13
202
HELP WANTED
CLERICAL / OFFICE
ADMINISTRATIVE
Assi st ant haadad
IOr Dusy OIIlca lh as-
t uDl l shad dOwh-
tOwh DatrOlt Ilrn.
Dutu ahtry, dOcu-
naht raurutl Oh
uhd custOnar sar-
vlca skllls raqulrlh
axar l ahca wl t h
hOhas, cOnutar
uhd tylh. E-Mull
r a s u n a t O
j3000@cOncust.ha
t
ADMINISTRATIVE
Assi st ant . Qul ck-
DOOks uhd axcal
halIul. Purt tlna
thrOuh Muy. St.
Clulr ShOras OIIlca,
I u x r a s u n a
( 5 8 ) 7 7 3 - 1 8 0
207 HELP WANTED SALES
DO you llka tO tulk
Oh tha hOha? Huva
yOu thOuht OI nuk-
lh u llvlh Dy tulk-
lh Oh tha hOha?
Ara yOu u rOIas-
slOhul whO hus tha
uDl l l ty tO raud u
scrlt? Ara rasults
drl vah? Ara yOu
arslstaht, Irlahdly
uhd cOur t aOus?
COnl ata Cul tul
Sarvlcas hus u jOD
OOrtuhlty IOr yOu!
COnl ata Cul tul
Sarvlcas hus Oah-
l hs IOr Ful l uhd
Pur t Tl na Tal a-
nurkatars! All lhtar-
astad Al l cuhts
shOuld anull thalr
r a s u n a s t O
j udyw@cOnl ata-
cultulsarvlcas.cOn
207 HELP WANTED SALES
HI GHLY MOTI V-
ATED I NDI VI DU-
ALS ONLY. DOh't
avah uly uhlass
yOu ura uh Ovar-
uchl avar uhd cuh
rOva l t! Wa ura
lOOklh IOr u Busl-
hass DavalOnaht
Sul asar sOh I Or
COnl ata Cul tul
Sarvlcas uh Equl-
naht Lauslh cOn-
uhy. Tha kay OD-
jactlva OI tha Osl-
tlOh ls tO axuhd
sulas tO haw cus-
t Onar s t hr Ouh
cOld culllh uhd rO-
sactl h. Pl ausa
sahd rasuna tO Our
OI I l ca vl u anul l .
j udyw@cOnl ata-
cultulsarvlcas.cOn
208 H W NURSES AIDE / CONVALESCENT
WE haad uh Oldar
wOnuh tO nOva lh
uhd hal cura IOr
Our l Oval y ul h
nOthar lh CrOssa
P O l h t a F u r ns .
MOn's wauk uhd
IOratIul, Dut stlll
IuhctlOhs. YOu wlll
huva u DadrOOn
wlth u rlvuta Duth.
NOt Ohly wlll yOu
at Iraa rOOn uhd
DOurd, Dut yOu wlll
huva u staudy lh-
cOna. Buck rOuhd
chack raqulrad.
(231)334-37
209
HELP WANTED
PROFESSIONAL
C H A R L E V O I X
COuhty. Clvll COuh-
sal AttOrhay. Tha
ChurlavOlx COuhty
BOurd OI COnnls-
slOhars ls raquast-
lh rasunas tO Illl
tha OsltlOh OI Clvll
COuhsal AttOrhay.
Thls ls u Iull tlna
(45 hOurs ar waak)
sul url ad Osl tl Oh
wOrklh axcluslvaly
I O r Ch u r l a v O l x
COuhty raOrtl h
dl r act l y t O t ha
BOurd OI COnnls-
slOhars. Tha Clvll
COuhsal AttOrhay ls
axactad tO raras-
a h t Ch u r l a v O l x
COuhty lh clvll nut-
tars tO lhcluda lltl-
utlOh uhd Othar la-
ul r Ocaadl hs ,
druw u laul dOcu-
nahts uhd udvlsa
tha cOuhty Oh lluDll-
ltlas uhd laul truhs-
uct l Ohs . Pl aus a
rOvlda u cOy OI
yOur rasuna whlch
nust lhcluda sulury
raqulranahts tO tha
uddrass DalOw, hO
l u t a r t h u h
1/31/2014. COuhty
COOrdl hutOr/ Hu-
nuh RasOurcas Dlr-
actOr, 301 Stuta
Straat, ChurlavOlx,
Ml 4720. PhOha
(231)237-015. Fux
( 2 3 1 ) 5 4 7 - 7 2 3 3 .
E n u l l .
shaurdk@churl a-
v Ol x c Ouht y . Or .
ChurlavOlx COuhty
ls uh aquul OOr-
tuhlty anlOyar
210
HELP WANTED
RESTAURANT
WAITRESSES Iull
uhd urt tlna, u-
ly lh arsOh, ax-
arlahca halIul. lr-
lsh COIIaa Bur uhd
Crlll, 18 Muck
Avahua, Cr Ossa
POl ht a Fur ns.
300
SITUATIONS WANTED
BABYSITTERS
302 CONVALESCENT CARE
I un u 41 yaurs ax-
ar l ahc ad c ur a
l var IOr al darl y,
saaklh wOrk. Pu-
tlaht cura, nauls,
l u uhdr y , hOus a
cl auhl h. RaI ar -
ahcas.
(313)40-038
305 HOUSE CLEANING
AMERICAN hurd-
wOr kl h wOnuh
uvulluDla tO clauh
yOur hOna. HOhast,
daahduDl a, ral l -
uDla. 1 yaurs ax-
arlahca.
(313)527-157
MARGARET L.L.C.
HOusa cl auhl h/
l uuhdry sarvl cas.
POllsh ludlas, vary
axarlahcad, axcal-
laht raIarahcas. Wa
tuka cura OI sahlOr
haads.
(313)31-757
YOU Ilhully IOuhd
us, wOnah whO uc-
tuully llka tO clauh.
ThOrOuh, ralluDla,
trustwOrthy. 17
yaurs axarlahca,
raIarahcas.
(313)550-280
307 NURSES AIDES
H A C K E T T &
FABRY HOME-
CARE- Lat us hal
yOu cura IOr yOur
l Ovad Oha. Ll -
cahsad, DOhdad uhd
l hsurad. Owhar,
JOhh Huckatt, ls u
l l I al Oh Cr Os s a
POl ht a r asl daht .
( 58) 285- 5053
307 NURSES AIDES
LIVE-In Care
Givers
Daily Rates/Hourly
Cura/ COOk/ Clauh
Llcahsad-BOhdad
Care at Home
Est.184
58-772-0035
402 ARTS & CRAFTS
48 Art aducutl Oh
DOOks, alanahtury,
l daus, I l ha ur t s,
cruIts. AssOrtad
rl cas.
(313)822-0884
406 ESTATE SALES
ESTATE uhd MOv-
lh Sulas cOhduc-
tad Dy All Tlnalass
Trausuras & MOra.
Ovar 15 yaurs ax-
a r l a hc a . J Ohh
(586)306-6818 Or
Cra (586)265-2695
ESTATE/ nOvl h
sula. 732 HurcOurt,
CrOssa POlhta Purk.
Frl duy- Suturduy,
un- 3n. Kltchah
& hOusahOld ltans,
wu s h a r / d r y a r ,
I r aaar , cur l O &
chlhu cuDlhats, Dad-
r OOn I ur hl t ur a,
DOOkshalvas, dlhlh
tuDl a, tOOl s, yurd
Iurhltura uhd nuch
nOra!
GROSSE POl ht a
Fur ns. 40 Ba-
luhar (OII ChulI-
Oht a, SOut h OI
KarDy) . Thursduy
un- 4n. Frlduy,
Sut ur duy 10un-
4n.
www.lluvuhtlquas.c
On Or
(58)344-2048
MT. Clanahs 4 duy
sul a. 235 Cl l htOh
R l v a r D r l v a .
Thursduy- Suhduy,
un- 5n. (aust OII
NOrth CrutlOt Avah-
ua, sOuth OI CrOck-
ar BOulavurd). COl-
lactlDlas, Iurhltura &
nOra! PhOtOs ut uc-
t l Ohas t ut a. c On.
( 58) 228- 00
408 FURNITURE
INFANT crlD, vlh-
tua styla, yOuh
l rl s dOl l stOrua
wlth Daddlh. $45
(313)822-0884
412
MISCELLANEOUS
ARTICLES
ART rlht TuDOut
ChunlOh 43" x 35"
I r u na d , $ 8 0 0 .
Prl hts Dy RODart
McCraavy, Staunar
Murlha Clty, Irunad
$200. Fr al ht ar
ThOnus PuttOh wlth
r anur k, I r unad,
$700.
(58)218-441
CASED nOdal OI
whula DOut, 23 1/2"
x 5 3/4" x 8 1/2".
Bul l t 185, Shl -
wuys klt, axcallaht.
$750.
(58)218-441
PAINTING OI ruh-
hlh Nutlva Anarlc-
uh 17" x 24" aurly
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Kroger 23191 Marter (Near Lakeshore Dr.)
Mack Alger Firestone 22025 Mack at Alger
Mobil Oil Harper at 8 Mile
Rams Horn 9 Mile & Jefferson
Realty Executive Select 24938 Harper (SE. corner 10 Mile & Harper)
Rite Aid Jefferson & Marter
7-Eleven Harper at Shady Lane
7-Eleven Jefferson (Between 9 Mile & Marter)
St. Clair Shores Senior Center 20000 Stephens St. (Between I-94 & Little Mack)
Steves Back Room Jefferson & Downing
Wine Garden 22425 Harper (Near 9 Mile)
Zazz Gas Station Harper & Shady Lane
Accutrack Services 27735 Jefferson (Between 11 Mile & Grove Pointe St.)
Ardmore Caf 26717 Little Mack at Ardmore Park Dr.
Beaumont 25631 Little Mack (Between 10 Mile & Frazho)
Blue Goose Inn 28911 Jefferson (Between Martin & 12 Mile)
BP Gas Little Mack at 11 Mile
Detroit Coney 25801 Jefferson (N. of 10 Mile)
Dockside Caf 22500 E. 11 Mile at Jefferson
Guastellos Village Market 28510 Harper (NE. corner Harper & Marter)
Little Mack Party Store Little Mack & Martin
Marvins Mini Market (Shell) Little Mack at 11 Mile
Palmers Inn Family Restaurants 28660 Harper (N. of Martin)
7-Eleven Jefferson & Statler (N. of 10 Mile)
7-Eleven Little Mack at 11 Mile
Salon Muse 25408 Harper (N. of 10 Mile)
ShorePointe Village Jefferson & Lakeland
Sports Channel 25419 Jefferson (N. of 10 Mile)
St. Clair Shores City Hall 27600 Jefferson (S. of 11 Mile)
St. Clair Shores Library 27600 Jefferson (S. of 11 Mile)
Sunnys Kitchen 26400 Harper (S. of 11 Mile)
Buscemis 30631 Jefferson at Francis St.
Midas 29611 Harper (N. of 12 Mile)
Shoreline Manor 29601 Jefferson (12 Mile & Jefferson)
Ye Olde Toy Shoppe 29929 Harper (N. of 12 Mile)
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