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We Love Where You Live is the Michigan Municipal League's exciting new venture into the world of podcasting. Each week, we'll bring you insightful interviews on city innovations and politics, delve into the challenges of local government finance, share our members' amazing accomplishments, and take a fresh look at stories in the League's magazine.

Listen in on your favorite device—smartphone, tablet, laptop, or desktop—any time it's convenient for you!

View the complete list of We Love Where You Live podcasts.

NEW! We Love Where You Live podcasts are now available on iTunes and Google Play.

Current Podcast

MEDC Partnerships with the League

Michigan Municipal League partners with Michigan Economic Development Corporation on a variety of projects. MEDC's Katharine Czarnecki shares her thoughts on two of those partnerships: Public Spaces Community Places crowdgranting program and Redevelopment Ready Communities®, MEDC's flagship program to get communities in a good position to accept new development. Some of those partnerships are highlighted in The Lab Report column in the Nov/Dec 2018 issue of The Review magazine.

 


Previous Podcasts

Economics of Place

The Economics of Place segments feature people on the cutting edge of making cities better.

Host: Dan Gilmartin, CEO & executive director, Michigan Municipal League

Listen to previous episodes.

Bruce Katz, Author of The New Localism: How Cities Can Thrive in the Age of Populism, Shares Lessons Learned about Unlocking Public Wealth

Bruce Katz believes that cities are the engines of the national economy, so he has long wondered why American cities can't fund valuable services like infrastructure and early childhood education. On this episode of the Economics of Place podcast - and in his new book - Katz shares some of the lessons he has learned from European countries about unlocking public wealth.


SaveMICity

On the SaveMICity segments, we talk about the financial challenges facing Michigan local governments.

Host: Tony Minghine, deputy executive director & COO, Michigan Municipal League

Listen to previous episodes.

Why Did Michigan Lose Amazon HQ2?

Michigan made a valiant effort to lure Amazon's second headquarters to our state, but we fell short. Khalil Rahal, executive director of Wayne County Economic Development Corporation, shares some of the reasons we lost out. Chief among them is the lack of a municipal finance structure that would enable us to provide adequate public transit, workforce development, and many of the other factors necessary to attract businesses and talent.


Michigan Politics, Huh?

The Michigan Politics, Huh? segments look at Lansing politics from the perspective of a novice. What’s happening in Lansing that might impact your community?

Host: Matt Bach, director of communications, Michigan Municipal League

Listen to previous episodes.

The Center for Michigan

Following a long career as owner of a variety of local newspapers in Michigan, Phil Power still wanted to make a difference in his state. Find out how he started and fostered The Center for Michigan based on sensible, rational, common sense political discussion.


Review Déjà vu

The Review Déjà vu segments take a fresh look at stories that have appeared in The Review, the League's magazine.

Host: Lisa Donovan, The Review magazine editor, Michigan Municipal League

Listen to previous episodes.

MEDC Partnerships with the League

Michigan Municipal League partners with Michigan Economic Development Corporation on a variety of projects. MEDC's Katharine Czarnecki shares her thoughts on two of those partnerships: Public Spaces Community Places crowdgranting program and Redevelopment Ready Communities®, MEDC's flagship program to get communities in a good position to accept new development. Some of those partnerships are highlighted in The Lab Report column in the Nov/Dec 2018 issue of The Review magazine.


Limelight

The Limelight segments highlight the incredible work being done at the local level, the stories behind the people that do it, and topics that matter to them.

Host: Emily Kieliszewski, membership engagement specialist, Michigan Municipal League 

Listen to previous episodes.

Catherine Bostick-Tullius, 2017-18 Michigan Municipal League Board President

Catherine Bostick-Tullius, 2017-18 League Board President, reflects on her experience as president and her hopes for the League moving forward.


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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