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July 12, 2002 - Image 44

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2002-07-12

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Councilman Brickner Pursues
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dedicated to improving the Eight Mile
Road corridor through business, govern-
ment and community cooperation.
The candidate has served on the
council of both the American and
Michigan bar associations' law practice
management sections and has chaired
the solo-small firm committee for the
Attorney Barry Brickner, a Farmington
Oakland County Bar Association. He is
Hills city councilman, is running for
an author and a speaker for the
judge of the 47th District Court, which
American, Michigan and Oakland
takes in Farmington and Farmington
County bar associations as well as the
Institute for Continuing Legal
Brickner has been a general practi-
Education. His other civic involvements
tioner for more than 25 years, with a
includes membership in the
large portion of his work
in district courts. He and
Hills Chamber of
47th District Judge
Commerce, Brownfield
Marla Parker have con-
Redevelopment Authority
ducted Oakland County
and Committee to Increase
Bar Association work-
Voter Participation. He
shops to teach lawyers
was vice president of his
how to practice in district
homeowners' association
court. "Since we only
and in the Rouge River
have two judges in the
clean-up program.
47th, whoever is elected
Barry and Cheryl
must be a hard and ener-
Brickner, married 29 years,
getic worker and have
have two daughters, Kelly
many innovative ideas on
and Shawn. All are
Barry Brickne r
how to move the docker
involved in the campaign
along in a timely fashion,
— Cheryl is going door to
while allowing everyone to have their
door, Shawn is helping organize volun-
day in court," he said.
teers and Kelly is working on media
He advocates saving time arid money
projects. The family belongs to Adat
for citizens through more judicial effi-
Shalom Synagogue. Brickner's phone
ciency. His ideas include paying traffic
number is (248) 258-4930.
tickets online, transferring ticket infor-
mation electronically from the police
station to the courts, and exploring the
possibility of e-filing civil complaints.
Brickner advocates the use of alterna-
tive dispute resolution and judicial facili- At the Jewish War Veterans and Ladies
Auxiliary state convention, Robert
tation of cases. As a former volunteer
Feldman was re-elected commander and
mediator for the 46th and 47th district
Shirley Schlussel was elected president.
courts, he worked to resolve many cases,
Also elected on the men's side are sen-
he said, thereby reducing the necessity
ior vice commander, Milton Klein; jun-
for trial and saving judicial resources.
ior vice commander, Sandy Pliskow;
A council member since 1999,
Harmon Tron; and judge
Brickner was mayor pro-tern of
Hyams. The Berkley
Farmington Hills in 2001 and served on
Tom Tannis
the planning commission for 3',2 years.
Award for
As councilman, he suggested to col-
league Vicki Barnett that the vacated
Also elected on the women's side are
Old Orchard Theaters on Orchard Lake
senior vice president, Helen Pliskow;
Road would make an excellent site for
junior vice president, Shirley Falling;
the Holocaust Memorial Center. The
treasurer, Corrine Cohen; recording sec-
idea came to fruition with the June 23
retary, Faye Glosser; corresponding sec-
groundbreaking for the new, larger
Belle Letzer; patriotic instructress,
HMC facility.
Wilson; conductress, Frieda
Brickner is vice chair of the Eight
Samoss; chaplain, Shirley Marshall; and
Mile Boulevard Association, a group
guard, Ann Green.

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