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Whether it's on radio, television or the internet, the Michigan Municipal League believes strong public advocacy helps drive the kind of change that results in Better Communities for a Better Michigan. On both the state and national stage, the League is reaching out as the one clear voice for Michigan communities.

Recent Radio, Television and Internet

Live Chat: League Update on Lame Duck Legislative Session 12/18/12 (Time: 37:49)


Ready, Set, Placemaking from Michigan Municipal League on Vimeo.



Fact Finder News Video on Placemaking for Michigan's Future: Coverage from the Northwest Michigan Council of Governments Placemaking Summits 5/24/12

League Executive Director and CEO Dan Gilmartin Talks Placemaking at Northern Michigan Placemaking Summits 5/24/12


Summer Minnick, the League's Director of State Affairs,discusses the personal property tax issue on WDTW-Am-1310.


The Complete Downtown Experience: League Executive Director and CEO Dan Gilmartin, 3/29/12


Walkable 101: The Basics from Martin County CRA on Vimeo: 


craig fahle show

CLICK HERE to listen to Michigan Municipal League COO Tony Minghine's conversation with Craig Fahle on WDET on Jan. 19, 2012, talking about the state's progress and what people can expect for its direction in 2012, in reaction to the governor's State of the State address.


Listen to Dan Gilmartin's conversation with Paul W. Smith on News/Talk 760 WJR in Lansing on Jan. 18, 2012.


prima civitas

CLICK HERE to listen to Dan Gilmartin discuss placemaking and The Economics of Place on Dec. 11, 2011 on "That Michigan Radio Show" sponsored by the Prima Civitas Foundation.





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radioThe Michigan Prosperity Agenda is a monthly radio show that challenges listeners to help make Michigan a better place to live, work and play by creating vibrant and prosperous local communities. Hosted by League CEO and Executive Director Dan Gilmartin, it has aired on News/Talk 760 WJR at 7 p.m. on the fourth Wednesday of each month throughout 2010 and will continue through 2011. The program is sponsored by the League and the Michigan State Housing Development Authority (MSHDA).


Dec. 29, 2011: The Year in Review

Nov. 27, 2011: Transportation in the state and the role it plays in Michigan's future economic prosperity

Oct. 26, 2011: League’s recently released book emphasizes quality of place to Michigan’s economic prosperity

Sept. 26, 2011: How will Michigan’s foreclosure crisis impact the state’s future prosperity

August 24, 2011: League Releasing Book Emphasizing Quality of Place

July 27, 2011: What's Happening in Detroit and Other Communities to Make Michigan Better

June 22, 2011: What's Happening in Detroit and Other Communities to Make Michigan Better

May 25, 2011: Why Transit Matter's to Michigan's Future Prosperity

April 27, 2011: Why Place Matters to Michigan's Future Prosperity

Mar. 23, 2011: Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed budget and what it means for Michigan

Feb. 23, 2011: Gov. Rick Snyder’s proposed state budget and the potential impact on Michigan cities

Jan 26, 2011: New leadership and the impact on jobs, education and quality of life

Dec 23, 2010: Why Higher Education is Among Main Pillars for Building Michigan's Future

Nov 24, 2010: New Leadership and the Impact on Jobs, Education and Quality of Life

Oct 20, 2010: Michigan Governor Candidates Talk Cities

Sept 23, 2010: Economic Development and Entrepreneurship

Aug 25, 2010: Green Initiatives

July 28, 2010: Economic Gardening

June 23, 2010: Rightsizing Cities

May 26, 2010: Attracting and Retaining Talented Young People

Apr 28, 2010: The New Urban Neighborhood

Mar 24, 2010: Arts, Entertainment and Culture

Feb 24, 2010: Talking Transit

Jan 27, 2010: Making a Better Michigan





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