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Rochester Hills Wins 2021 Community
Excellence Award Competition

The community of Rochester Hills was honored with the Michigan Municipal League’s 2021 Community Excellence Award on Sept. 24 during the League’s annual Convention
in Grand Rapids. Rochester Hills won the CEA for its Reimaging, Reinventing, and Renewing Auburn Road
project
. The Community Excellence Award (CEA), affectionately called “The Race for the Cup,” was started by the League in 2007 to recognize innovative solutions taking place in Michigan’s cities, villages, and urban townships.
Click here to learn more.

Flint Councilmember Monica Galloway
Named MML President

During the Michigan Municipal League's 2021 Convention in Grand Rapids, new board leaders and six new
board members were selected. Flint Councilmember Monica Galloway was named President; Sterling Heights Councilmember Barbara Ziarko was named Vice President; and new board members were elected as well. Read the press releases about the selections here.

Statewide Coalition Offers Bold
Vision to Invest ARP Funding

The Michigan Municipal League is part
of a statewide coalition that has released a bold and comprehensive vision to invest American Rescue Plan funding to build Michigan's future. The coalition's plan focuses on five key areas. View the press release here. Go to the new coalition website to learn more at www.MiRoadmap.com..

MAM President Pauline Repp
Returns for Third Term

Port Huron Mayor Pauline Repp was appointed to a third, one-year term as president of statewide Michigan Association of Mayors (MAM). and Hastings Mayor David Tossava was selected for a one-year term as vice president of MAM. Both were selected Sept. 23 at the organization’s annual board meeting during Convention in Grand Rapids.
View the press release here.

National League of Cities Grant
Navigator Program Announced

NLC is now accepting applications from communities to participate in the Great Lakes federal Grant Navigator program. This program will help communities access the more than $350 billion in competitive federal grants. Contact the ServeMICity program at servemicity@mml.org. For more information click here.


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The Review - Official League Magazine

September/October 2021

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