CAPITAL CONFERENCE 2012: THE POLITICS OF PLACEMAKING
Everyone’s talking about the fundamental role of placemaking in the economic revitalization of Michigan’s communities. But the economics of place has to start with the politics of place. Without legislation that provides a framework for the necessary funding and policies, we can’t move ahead on any of the initiatives that are so crucial to making our communities into the vibrant places where people want to live in the 21st century.
Capital Conference is where you'll hear about key state and federal issues that impact our communities, from the development of mass transit to the future fate of brownfield tax credits.
Take your place in Lansing at the League’s 2012 Capital Conference.
General Sessions include:
Personal Property Tax
Breakout Sessions include:
Governor’s Environmental Message
Pre-Conference Sessions Include:
Recreation Authorities and Other Funding for Parks & Recreation
Most Common Open Meetings Act and Freedom of Information Act Mistakes, and How to Avoid Them
Creative Consolidation: The Steps to Success in Shared Services
Saving Our Children--The Community's Role in Suicide Prevention
Michigan Association of Municipal Attorneys (MAMA) 26th Annual Advanced Institute
Community Excellence Award Presentations
...and much more!