Community Development Advocates of Detroit

As a membership centered organization with more than 100 dues-paying members, CDAD advocates for public policies and resources that advance the work of nonprofit, community-based organizations and resident-led groups in Detroit neighborhoods who are engaged in physical development, land use planning, community organizing, and other activities designed to stabilize and revitalize the quality of life in Detroit.

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Please join CDAD on Tuesday, April 30th for a virtual members only meeting on the proposed Animal Keeping Ordinance, sponsored by Council President Pro Tem Tate. The ordinance would allow up to two bee hives and a combination of eight chickens and ducks residentially. The proposed ordinance would require licensing with the City of Detroit's Animal Care and Control Department and zoning changes. Our presenters are seeking suggestions and feedback from the community about the proposed ordinance.

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Kimani Jeffrey

City Planner- Historic at CITY PLANNING COMMISSION

Jai Singletary

Senior Policy Anaylst at Council President Pro-Tempore James E. Tate Jr.

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