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Join the Conversation at the League's 2016 Convention!

Registration is now open for the League's 2016 Convention! Please join us for three days at Mackinac Island's majestic Grand Hotel. Hundreds of local officials from across the state will have an opportunity to connect, engage, and discover creative solutions to local challenges. You will hear from visionary keynote speakers on topics ranging from anchor institutions to community partnerships. And breakout sessions will give you a chance to dive into strategic topics like retiree health care changes and Millennials as local government leaders. Get the details and register today!

Planning for the Future in Calumet and Baraga

The Upper Peninsula villages of Calumet and Baraga are in the early stages of potential revitalization. With support from the League's Scott MacInnes, the communities held public visioning sessions as a key first step in forming new village master plans. MacInnes said both communities are excited about the visioning work. Read more.

13 Michigan Mayors Jointly Oppose Bathroom Inspection Legislation

In the wake of the Orlando shooting, it's more important than ever that we speak out against anti-LGBT legislation. 13 Michigan mayors are doing just that by opposing dangerous and discriminatory bathroom inspection bills introduced in the Michigan Senate and House. Read more.

Radio Show Highlights the Evolution of Placemaking

Placemaking has come a long way since Prosperity Agenda first aired in 2010. League CEO Dan Gilmartin and Natalie Burg discuss how placemaking has helped turn around cities. Prosperity Agenda aired June 22 on WJR Radio. Subscribe to a FREE iTunes podcast or listen here.

Corktown Launches Campaign to Activate Dean Savage Memorial Park

The Corktown Economic Development
Corporation is focused on reactivating spaces to improve the quality of life. With help from MEDC-MSHDA Public Spaces Community Places, they plan to add or improve the park's recreation facilities, outdoor seating, and walkability. More.

Great People Do Great Civic Engagement

About 200 people - excited and ready for change - showed up at the Vassar Vision Taste & Talk event. The League is working with Vassar to facilitate an engagement-based process that will develop a concept design and programming plan for the T. North Pavilion area. More>

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