- Associated Press - Thursday, August 20, 2015

SOUTHFIELD, Mich. (AP) - The city of Southfield is continuing to step up code enforcement by canvassing neighborhoods and speaking to residents.

Officials and employees will walk through the Bedford Woods Park area Saturday as part of the city’s Neighborhood Walks program.

If problems are found, code enforcement staff will advise residents and businesses of unacceptable conditions and possible remedies.

The program was launched July 11 and will run through Sept. 12. Residents are invited to join officials on the walks.

City Council President Sylvia Jordan says the program is designed to “keep Southfield strong” and help maintain its homes and neighborhoods.

Southfield is in Oakland County, just north of Detroit.

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