Your Resource Center
White Lake Family Medicine has COVID-19 Test kits. Call them today if you suspect you have the virus. Call them at (248) 698-1999 or check out their website
The CDC is providing information to help curb the spread of COVID-19 and how to protect yourself. Click HERE for more information
Mental Health is incredible important during this time. Check out CNS Healthcare for things you can do to maintain peace of mind. They also offer counseling services. CNS has provided us with some resources. Resources and more resources
Support local - and give yourself a break! These restaurants are still open and providing carry-out and some are providing delivery for a small fee! Click HERE for the list.
From our Legislator
Senator Jim Runestad is keeping us updated with information. Please click HERE for his most up-to-date, detailed report.
Below are some great websites to help with your business (click on any to be redirected to the site):
Oakland County - any business in Oakland County can utilize the resources on this site. Business Relief packages as well as Worker Relief.
Oakland County Main Street - Businesses located in "downtown Highland" or any other business located in a downtown location.
Michigan Small Business Development Center - good information - this link will talk about cash flow. If you click here it will give you a complete overview of the options for keeping your business rebust during this time.
Small Business Administration - The Small Business Administration provides funding for small businesses as well as information to help you during this crisis with marketing, employee management, CDC recommendations and more.
Information with respect to FOIA requests and others dealing with our townships: Click HERE
Department of Labor - The Department of Labor website has good information about how the Emergency Sick Pay and Expanded Family Medical Leave Act as well as new workplace posters dealing with COVID-19 guidelines.
Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel has provided some guidance on enforcing the governor’s executive orders, saying that reports of order violations—other than price-gouging—be reported to local law enforcement. News reports indicate that local law enforcement organizations are seeking additional clarification, and we will share any updates with our members as they become available.
Some guidance has been issued by the state Bureau of Construction Codes on whether construction is allowed during this time. Read the BCC’s response here.
A new Executive Order (2020-24) suspends the requirement for someone seeking unemployment benefits to request a registration and search waiver from their employer and allows anyone with an active unemployment claim to receive up to a six-week benefit extension. The order runs through April 22.
The Michigan Liquor Control Commission has extended the 2020 liquor license expiration date from April 30 to May 31, 2020. Due to the license extensions, the date for local units of government to object to renewals for specific licenses is also extended—to April 30, 2020.