We hope you join us for our next Live with the League discussion noon Monday, Nov. 28. On the show we will have two guests discussing ways the Michigan Municipal League is helping communities with their green sustainability and infrastructure work. In addition, we will cover the latest legislative news out of Lansing and D.C., including short-term rentals, revenue sharing, Lame Duck activity, and more.
Attending the virtual conversation is free but we do ask that you pre-register here.
Part of Monday’s conversation will be about the annual Michigan Green Communities (MGC) Challenge that is starting next month on December 7. This year, the Challenge will feature the same action items as the previous year with the addition of metrics. Communities can now track GHG emissions, waste diversion, tree canopy cover, and more as part of the MGC Challenge. The Challenge will be open until March 31, 2023.
The League is hoping to increase participation in the MGC Challenge this year to reach more communities and more Michiganders. Please help spread the word through social media and through direct outreach to communities that you know are working on sustainability efforts. All communities in the MGC Challenge that reach at least Bronze level certification are also eligible for FREE technical assistance. For details go here: www.migreencommunities.com/challenge.
We also will discuss the Supplemental Green Infrastructure Guide (click here) that our members can use as a resource in their efforts to advance sustainability and resilience through planning and zoning best practices.
Plus, we will have our Lansing legislative team on the show to talk about the latest news out of Lansing and D.C.
You won’t want to miss Monday’s conversation.