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OTV CHANNEL 189

   Ortonville Television is a community-based broadcast station, located on the dial at Charter Communication's Channel 189. The cable-access television station is owned and operated by Brandon Township and the Village of Ortonville. The OTV staff aims to provide a wide range of local programming and is dedicated to servicing our community with integrity, honesty and innovation. We look forward to watching us grow.

OTV Contact Greg Normand

OTV Contact Greg Normand

OTV 189 - Station Coordinator

Phone: 248-425-2849

COUNTY TO CLOSE SASHABAW Road, FROM SHERWOOD TO GRANGER, BEGINNING JULY 1

   Beverly Hills --The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) expects to close Sashabaw Road between Sherwood and Granger roads in Brandon Township beginning July1 in order to pave the gravel road. The construction is expected to be complete in late fall.  During construction, residential access will be maintained. The detour for through traffic is Sherwood Road to Perry Lake Road to Granger Road, back to Sashabaw Road and vice versa. The approximately $3.2 million project is 80 percent federally funded with the remaining portion shared by RCOC, Brandon Township and Oakland County general government (through the Tri-Party Program).  

The project includes:

RESURFACING WORK ON OAKWOOD ROAD FROM LEECE RD T0 M-15 BEGINS JULY 15

     Beverly Hills, MI – The Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC) expects to begin simple resurfacing work on Oakwood Road from M-15 to Leece Road in the Village of Ortonville and Brandon and Groveland townships on Monday, July 15.  The project is expected to be complete in late August. During the work, the road will remain open to traffic; however, motorists can expect delays.  The approximately $565,000 project is funded by RCOC and federal road dollars purchased at a reduced rate from another county road agency in Michigan.  The two-mile project includes:

  • Milling sections of the road

  • Paving with asphalt

  • Extension of the westbound Oakwood Road right-turn lane to northbound M-15

  • Drainage improvements in a few areas

  • Americans with Disabilities Act-compliant crosswalk on North Church Street at Oakwood

  • New guardrail, signage and pavement markings

The contractor for the project is Ace-Saginaw Paving of Flint. For more information on the project, visit:  http://www.rcocweb.org/418/Preservation-Overlays.