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House Considering Bill Limiting Millage Elections

The House Elections committee posted a hearing for next week on House Bill 4814 (Albert). This bill would limit all local governments to only being able to offer a millage question on the November General Election date. We have been informed that alternate language is being considered that would allow millage questions on any August or November election, but the League remains opposed to any further restriction on election access. Please call your State Representative and members of the House Elections committee to express your opposition to this intrusion on local control. Read more.

SaveMICity Heading to Traverse City Later This Month

The League's Anthony Minghine will be in Traverse City next week for a series of presentations about how the state's system for funding municipalities is broken and needs to be fixed. He'll do a free public presentation at 6:00 p.m. Jan. 22 at the Traverse Area District Library, and meet with the Rotary Club and Chamber of Commerce. Read more.

Walled Lake and Sterling Heights Officials Receive Scholarships

Michael Radtke, Jr. (Sterling Heights) and Gabriel Constanzo (Walled Lake) have been awarded the Tim Doyle Scholarship by the MML Foundation. The scholarship will cover the costs for them to attend an Elected Officials Academy Core Weekender training. Read more.

NEW We Love Where You Live Podcast Episode Now Airing!

Tune in to this week's We Love Where You Live Review Deja vu podcast with host Lisa Donovan. You'll get a fresh take on the League's 2017 Community Excellence Awards winner - the City of Hudsonville's Terra Square project! Listen in now.

Sign Up Today for the League's 2018 Capital Conference!

For this year's Capital Conference, we've brought together a great roster of speakers to share their insights on a wide variety of topics: legislative update, municipal finance, medical marihuana, retiree health insurance, and much more. Register today.

Head to Washington, D.C. for NLC Congressional City Conference

Join city leaders from across the country at the National League of Cities 2018 Congressional City Conference as we advocate together for the priorities of cities in the nation's capitol. The conference will take place in Washington, D.C., March 11-14. Read more.

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