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February 23, 2010

Second Edition of "Michigan Prosperity Agenda" Airs This Wednesday at 7 PM

This month’s “Michigan Prosperity Agenda” radio show examines how other states and cities are investing in rapid transit to generate thousands of new jobs and billions of dollars in new commercial and residential development. Guests are transit experts, developers, and government and business leaders from Metro Detroit, Grand Rapids and Ann Arbor. MORE>

State Affairs Update

Reconnecting America President to Keynote Capital Conference – John Robert Smith, former mayor of Meridian, Mississippi and now President and CEO of Reconnecting America will be the keynote speaker at the League Capital Conference in April. Mayor Smith is co-chairman of the National Forum on the Future of Passenger Rail, is a member of Amtrak’s board, and a member of the transportation committees of the National League of Cities and the U.S. Conference of Mayors. MORE>

Online Public Notice Bills Introduced

League-Supported Brownfield Bill Passes Committee

League and Inkster Join Governor and Rep Constan for Bill Signing

Online Petition for Road Funding

Asian Carp Hearing Planned

House Takes Transportation Budget on the Road

Energy Assistance for Residents

Federal Update
Broadband Funding Applications Now Available – Applications for broadband projects under Round 2 of the Recovery Act are now being taken and will be accepted until March 15th at 5 pm. Applications and application guides are available through the Broadband USA website. MORE>

Health Care Meeting to be Televised

TIGER Grants Announced

Rights-of-way Threat at Federal Communications Commission

Scaled-back Jobs Package Introduced in U.S. Senate

Federal Budget Good for Communities

Census 2010 Information

Michigan Recovery Act Funding Tracking Map Created

League Federal Webpage

21st Century Communities

League’s Green Communities Secure Federal Funding – Green Initiatives are critical for any community intending to be viable in today’s economy. To help community’s go green, the Michigan Municipal League has started the Michigan Green Communities Challenge. So far more than 75 Michigan communities from every corner of the state have signed up for this challenge – from Marquette to Troy. MORE>

State Historic Preservation Grants

League Offers New Service to Reduce Telecom Costs

Energy Grants Announced

Wanted: 1,000 Entrepreneurs

A Trek Towards a Walkable Community

Urban Revitalization Grants Available

Google Proposes Fiber for Communities

Marquette Needs Your Vote!

Form-based Codes Guidebook

Going Green Yields Green Savings

Save the Date

EOA Core Weekender
Feb 26-27 Frankenmuth

EOA Advanced Weekender
Feb 26-27, Frankenmuth

Capital Conference

April 13-14, Lansing

Regional Seminars
May/June 2010

The Buzz

Detroit to Chicago in 2050
Model D Media, 2/20/2010

What's New

Let’s Save Michigan to Start Detroit Soccer League

New State Bills on Public Notices Entice Most Ann Arbor-Area Officials

January/February 2010 Michigan MunicipalReview

League’s New PA 312 Webpage

New Events Newsletter: The Loop, Your Source for Municipal Education

Grants & Projects

Wood Energy Preliminary Assessment Grants

Michigan Humanities Council Grants/Events

MI Housing Community Development Funds

Federal Brownfield Funding

Related Links

21c3 Website

MI Legislature

MI Senate

MI House of Reps


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