1. The West Bloomfield Township Planning Commission will meet Tuesday at to continue public hearings with two homeowners associations regarding the keeping and maintaining boats for recreation for property. On March 14, the commission voted to table the decision to allow two communities a waiver from the obligation that homes in the communities which aren't considered lakefront property place its water-related equipment offsite in the offseason. The meeting is at 7 p.m.
2. Steve Harris, 25, alleged that he was beaten in an attempt to intimidate him on the basis of his ethnicity. Harris is expected to be in court Tuesday to testify against the three men from West Bloomfield who he claims beat him up in an incident from last April. If convicted, they face up to two years in prison.
3. The West Bloomfield Township Public Library will come back from Easter ready to celebrate National Library Week. The library will offer opportunities for residents to use e-readers before they're purchased. Demonstrations will take place Wednesday, Thursday, and Saturday. For more information:
4. The West Bloomfield School District is hosting a series of focus groups, called the School Enrollment And Facilities Project. At your forum, you will be shown demographic maps of our school district, broken down into enrollment by schools, and enrollment of resident and choice students. Meetings will be held Monday and Tuesday nights. For more information: .
5. West Bloomfield sports teams return to the field after a week off to spring break. For a complete schedule: click here.