April 1, 2021 FridayMusings is your source for what we love about Livonia
Again Livonia is setting the pace for creative parks and recreation activities. Starting May 1st a new co-ed t-ball league will kick off with Mayor Maureen Miller Brosnan throwing out the ceremonial first pitch. She will actually do a ceremonial first swing.

The t-ball league will open only for those over 75 and is intended for those who still have a love for baseball but need to have a little help.

The league is still looking for student volunteers to run the bases for the batters.
Taking the lead for the creative approach by the Ford Motor Company that has converted a part of the Fairlane Town Center into office space making the retail hub’s biggest tenant Ford Motor Co. the City of Livonia has moved to start negotiations with Laurel Park to lease/buy 150,000 square feet to move the Livonia City Hall.

In a memo recently reviewed by FridayMusings anonymously sent to the Musings Estate, it has been learned that by moving all city hall employees and services it paves the way to tear down the existing building and start the process of creating a walkable downtown complete with an open-air music venue, retail with loft apartments, and other amenities that define a downtown.

The memo underscores that the negotiations are in the early stages but that soon the details will find their way to City Council for final approval.
The Good Old Fashioned Corn Roast entertainment continues to expand
Having started piano lessons at the age of eight the typewriter is honing the skillset necessary to host a piano recital.

During the Good Old Fashioned Corn Roast I will be playing for the first 15 minutes of every hour, 12:15, 1:15, 2:15, and 3:15 on the Greenmead Village square.

"I am looking for my first concert in years. I am working on a number of songs that will have an acoustic guitar playing along.

"I have a very special guitarist lined up and will announce very soon."

Several years ago the typewriter announced that he was married to his kindergarten girlfriend, Louis, from Decatur Georgia. It was not true and when reading all the way through that issue of FridayMusings it was discovered that the announcement was being published on a special day. April 1st. It was April Fool's Day.

All I can suggest today is that you check out the date that today's Musings is being published. It is April 1st. Sorry, but you will still have the typewriter around for many more years to come.

In the meantime see you on April 7 when the Easter time off will find the typewriter typing again. That's right I am taking April 2 and April 5 off. And that is not April Fools.