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The Council of Homeowner Associations helps subdivision and condominium associations in the Farmington / Farmington Hills area with homeowner issues such as deed restrictions, local land use and architectural controls, property values, maintenance of commons areas, and social events.

This umbrella group helps all the associations to further their local concerns by establishing communication between groups and having more clout on a city-wide basis. 

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COHA Meeting Announcement



Council of Homeowner Associations


City of Farmington Hills



General Membership Meeting Announcement
7:00 pm      Tuesday, January 21, 2020
City Council Chambers
Annual State of the City Discussion
Mayor Vicki Barnett
City Manager David Boyer
Additional Topic
Superintendent Dr. Robert Herrera
Farmington Public Schools Bond Proposal
Mayor Barnett and City Manager Boyer will provide a "state of the city" update on a broad range of city issues, conditions, goals and plans for Farmington Hills. 
Ample time will be provided for questions and discussion.
Dr. Herrera will provide a brief overview of the bond proposal that will be on the March 10 presidential primary ballot.




Sworn in as Mayor on November 11, Vicki Barnett adds to her long history of public service at the local and state levels.  In Farmington Hills, she was on the City Council from from 1995 to 2003.  She was then elected Mayor, serving until 2007.  She served three terms in the State House from 2008 to 2014, including a stint as House Minority Whip.  Mayor Barnett received Bachelor's and MBA Degrees from the University of Michigan-Dearborn. 


Prior to his appointment as City Manager, Dave Boyer was Assistant City Manager and Director of Special Services. He is responsible for coordinating activities among City departments, and serves as the liaison to citizen groups, and local, state, and federal officials. He also resolves citizen complaints and coordinates special projects and research studies. He is a graduate of Northern Michigan University.


With more than 30 years in a wide variety of public education positions, Bob Herrera joined FPS as superintendent in July, 2019.  In addition to summarizing the bond proposal at this meeting, Dr. Herrera also will be the featured speaker at COHA's March 17 general meeting where he will discuss the the state of FPS, its strengths, challenges and vision for the future.

   Upcoming Meeting Dates
March 17, 2020
May 19, 2020
September 15, 2020
November 17, 2020


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