Michigan Salons Re-Open, Oakland Schools Prepare for Future, and more!| Full Megacast, June 15, 2020

Michigan State Representative Brenda Carter, Oakland Schools Superintendent Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson and other news-makers discuss the latest COVID-19 news and information on this full edition of the Oakland County Megacast!

Representative Brenda Carter from Michigan’s 29th District discusses the re-opening of personal services in the local area, the ongoing unemployment crisis, as well as the future of Michigan’s schools as they prepare for severe budget cuts this school year and in 2021.

Dr. Wanda Cook-Robinson, Superintendent of Oakland Schools, talks about the County’s plan to strategically place nurses in schools throughout the County this fall, the looming budget crisis for local schools, as well as the partnership between schools in Oakland County and state leadership to prepare for the future with impending financial cuts in mind.

Additionally, “Waldy the Barber” from Headline Barber Shop in Pontiac and Natalie Sikora from The Studio for Hair in Farmington Hills talk about re-opening, as Michigan now permits personal services such as hair and nail salons, spas, and massage services to resume operations with new COVID-19 safety precautions in place.

Plus, Rochester Police Chief Steven Schettenhelm talks about the recent lethal police shooting in Georgia, the use of lethal force by police officers, as well as how officers should be approaching tense encounters with civilians.

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