CAPITAL CONFERENCE 2012: THE POLITICS OF PLACEMAKING
LUDINGTON, Michigan - The Michigan Municipal League's 2011 Tour continues today with the Region 3 education seminar in Ludington. It begins at 10 a.m. so if you're in the area, please stop by - it's just $25 for League members. Here is the full agenda.
The event is one of several regional seminars the League is doing throughout the state as part of our 2011 MML Tour. The Tour culminates in October with the 2011 League Convention. Follow the tour on Twitter at #mmltour. The Regional Meetings give Michigan Municipal League members a chance to hear from League staff and state officials about the latest municipal-related legislation in Lansing and ways communities are becoming the types of areas where people want to live, work and play. The League is still accepting registrations from members for upcoming regional meetings: Marine City (May 18), East Lansing (May 20), Houghton (May 26-27) and Saginaw (June 1). View the full regional schedule here.
Thanks again to all those who have attended so far and for those of you planning to attend! We hope to see you—as well as those who weren’t able to attend the Region Seminar—at Convention Oct. 4-7 in Grand Rapids. Find out more about the MML Tour here: http://www.mml.org/events/regional/index.html.
Matt Bach is director of communications for the Michigan Municipal League. He can be reached at (734) 669-6317 and firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Michigan Municipal League is doing a statewide tour beating the drum loud and clear to make sure both our legislative leaders and our citizens understand Why Place Matters. The League's MML Tour (also on Twitter at #mmltour) is what we're calling our regional seminars leading up to our annual Convention, takng place Oct. 4-7, 2011 in Grand Rapids. But we need YOUR voice if we want to be heard above the background noise. This year we’ve seen a shift in legislative priorities and attitude that threatens the ability of local leaders to drive the change our communities need to compete on a national scale in the 21st century. That’s why we’re Taking it to the Streets at this year’s Convention. Our impassioned presenters are bringing a powerful message on how YOU can find your rhythm in today’s embattled economy. It’s time for Michigan municipalities to band together and show the world we are the people and places of Michigan. Sign up today for the tour stop near your community.This "MML Tour" is an exciting theme for what is destined to be an exciting Convention. Not only is Convention taking place in the same city and at the same time as ArtPrize (one of the state's fastest growing events), but it's also where the League membrs will select the Community Excellence Award winner.The Regional meetings kick off Wednesday, May 4, 2011 in Kalkaska and they give Michigan Municipal League members a chance to hear from League staff and state officials about the latest municipal-related legislation in Lansing and ways communities are becoming the types of areas where people want to live, work and play. Registration remains open for all the regionals. The other regional metings are Friday, May 4, in Hamtramck; Ludington (May 11), Marine City (May 18), East Lansing (May 20), Houghton (May 26-27) and Saginaw (June 1). View the full regional schedule here. Then be sure to attend our Convention this fall in Grand Rapids. Remember Inspire. Innovate. Engage. Empower. Four days in October. That’s all it takes to put the power back in your hands.
Matt Bach is director of communications fr the Michigan Municipal League. He ca be reached at (734) 669-6317 or email@example.com.
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