Welcome to the website for the Council of Homeowner Associations (COHA) in Farmington Hills Michigan
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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ATTEND THE COHA CANDIDATE FORUM 7:00 PM, CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, OCTOBER 3
The Farmington Hills Council of Homeowner Associations (COHA), together with the League of Women Voters-Oakland Area and the Farmington Hills Committee to Increase Voter Participation, will hold a Candidate Forum on Tuesday, October 3 at 7:00 pm in the Farmington Hills City Council Chambers at 31555 W. Eleven Mile Rd (corner of 11 Mile and Orchard Lake Roads). Candidates on the November 7th general election ballot for Farmington Hills Mayor and three City Council positions will participate.
The evening’s format will allow for each candidate to make an opening statement, respond to questions from a three-person panel consisting of representatives from COHA, the League of Women Voters, and the Committee to Increase Voter Participation, and make a closing statement. The forum will be televised on Channel 8 live and will be rerun periodically.
In addition, Superintendent George Heitsch of Farmington Public Schools will discuss the Restoration Millage Proposal that also will be on the General Election Ballot.
The evening will provide an excellent opportunity for candidates to share their observations and positions on the City’s issues and opportunities. All residents are invited to attend.