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Imayorwaterman hope you will use this webpage as a way to become more informed and more involved in events and decisions that effect the lives of the people of Pontiac. There are a lot of challenges that we face, but there are also many things to be proud of. We are a city rich in history and a city rich in potential.


praise102.7Recently, Mayor Waterman was interviewed by Mildred Gaddis on WPZR 102.7 to discuss the issues the city has faced and the prospects for the city's future. Click here to listen to the interview.

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World Famous Spinners

A free concert to Pontiac Residents by the Spinners was held at
the Strand Theatre, Saturday, September 23rd.
Click here for details

City Released from State Oversight

Governor Snyder has signed the order that completely removes the City of Pontiac from state oversight ending eight years of state control. Click here to read the details.

Youth Recreation Implementation Plan

The City has created a "Youth Center and Programming, Operational Implementation and Design Guideline" to provide youth recreation activities from funds generated from the Youth Millage approved by voters last year. Click here to read the full plan.

CITY REACHES HEALTHCARE SETTLEMENT WITH RETIREES
The City of Pontiac and the City of Pontiac Retired Employees Association have reached a tentative agreement to settle the retiree health litigation. Click here to read the full press release.

Pontiac is Highlighted in the 2017 State of the County Address

thelink2016small"The Link" is Pontiac's new Business Guide with great information about events and developments occurring in the city.

In the back is an easy-access listing of all the businesses in the city.

Click here to read "The Link."  

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Flagstar Bank announces $10 million investment in city of Pontiac(Oakland Press)

Troy-based Flagstar Bank hopes to spur economic development within the city of Pontiac, announcing a $10 million investment into the city. A ceremony was held on Monday, Sept. 19 with a formal announcement.

The investment comes almost a year since Flagstar bank said it would allocate funds to one of Pontiac’s oldest performance venues for renovations and rebranding as the Flagstar Strand Theatre for the Performing Arts. The venue is set to open this December.

http://www.theoaklandpress.com/general-news/20160915/flagstar-bank-to-announce-10-million-investment-in-city-of-pontiac-next-week

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Click here to view Channel 7's interview with Mayor Waterman during the grand opening of the M1 Concourse.

Fine Arts Camp
During the week of July 11th, over 100 Pontiac students participated in a week-long fine arts camp sponsored by Oakland University and the City of Pontiac. Click here for details.
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Creating a Remarkable Place:
Using Transit Oriented Development as a Catalyst to Restore a
Walkable Urban Fabric to One of America's Great Industrial Cities

Click here to read the Executive Summary 
Click here to read the report about the CNU Legacy Charrette workshop (large file 64MB)
Click here for reduced size report (17 MB)
Discounted Rent for Northland Retailers
Property owners in the Indian Hill district of Pontiac are offering discounted rent to Northland Center Retailers.
Click here to read the article in Crain's Detroit Business
BLIGHT ELIMINATION PROGRAM
Click here to read the press release regarding the progress being made to eliminate blight in the City of Pontiac

channel7wxyzMayor Waterman was a guest on Channel 7's "Spotlight on the News."
Click here to view the video of her interview.
clickondetroitClick here to view an exclusive story about Mayor Waterman that was done on WDIV regarding Pontiac's future.