FOCUS newsletter

JUly 2021

  1. Bites at the Barn
  2. July 4th holiday fireworks
  3. 7th annual rally on ridge
  4. Public Safety survey

Gather around the table with your neighbors and enjoy delicious small plate eats from local chefs and food trucks, quench your thirst with several beer and wine options, listen to some music and support local artists at Canton’s new community dinner nights, which will be held monthly throughout the summer. The first al fresco dinner will be held on Tuesday, July 13 from 6-8 p.m. at Preservation Park, located at 500 N. Ridge Road. 

Table registrations and payment is required in advance at Per Person Fee: $35R/$46 NR (tickets include 4-5 small plates; beer and wine sold separately). Please note: Tables will be configured for eight individuals. To be seated at the same table, participants must register together on the same transaction. Seating assignments and priority seating is determined by registration date on a first-come, first-served basis. 

This inaugural event will highlight “SUNDAY BRUNCH,” featuring:  

Great Lakes Confections - Mini Donuts;  

Truckin Waffles - Chick’n & Waffles; 

Grace Savory and Sweet - Breakfast Scramble;  

Tapped - Avocado Toast; 

Meltdown Creamery - Ice Cream Dessert; 

Maraschinos Pub - Beer and Wine (additional fee).  Musical entertainment will be provided by Bob Skon. Future Bites for the Barn include: August 3 and September 14.  

Learn more at   

  1. A message from Supervisor Graham-Hudak
  2. Building inspections
  3. Cady-Boyer barn fire
  4. did you know?

Hello Neighbors, 

I was sad to see the loss of our Cady-Boyer barn to a fire over Memorial Day weekend. Many of you have asked about the plan for replacing it. We are currently working with the insurance company for removal of debris. Once that is completed, we will begin developing plans for the future.

As our facilities continue the reopening process, I wanted everyone to know that Canton Township is still looking for part-time workers in many positions. Jobs are open for both seasonal and year-round employment. You can check our website for details: 

We are continuing to work with GFL on trash, recycling and compost pickup. They are experiencing resource issues and have stated they will continue to work overtime to pick up compost by the end of each week. I have had a chance to speak with many residents regarding our refuse collection, and I appreciate your information and feedback. We are in constant contact with GFL, and publish updates publicly through our website and Municipal Services Facebook page. You can find updates at, and     

As Independence Day approaches, it is good to not only know the rules and ordinances related to fireworks in our community, but also to brush up on fireworks safety in general. Please reference the article on the front page of this newsletter developed by our Public Safety department. I encourage you to please read it thoroughly, it will answer many questions you may have.

Please have a happy and safe fourth of July.

  1. revive 275
  2. golf course safety reminder
  3. treasurer slavens' corner
  4. Partnership for the Arts event

This summer, MDOT will begin a large-scale construction project named “Revive 275,” aimed at improving and rebuilding 23.5 miles of I-275 from Will Carleton Road to Six Mile Road.  The project is anticipated to start in July with construction taking place over the next four years.   

All information related to this project, including closures and detours, can be found on the project website at