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Bill Ford Shares Vision for Detroit's Train Station, Corktown

Ford Motor Company's purchase of the Michigan Central Station in Detroit brings to life Bill Ford's vision. Soon, the building will be the hub for 2,500 Ford jobs in Corktown. . Ford’s vision for the site is a place to re-create what mobility means for modern times, test autonomous vehicles, and build business models around them. He envisions coffee shops, restaurants, and shopping on the first floor, and office space for up to 5,000 people on the floors above. Much of the space will be leased out by Ford to startups and entrepreneurs. Read more.

Michigan Set to Adopt Strictest Lead Water Rules in Country

The new lead drinking water rules from the Michigan Dept. of Environmental Quality will lower the lead action level to 12 parts per billion starting in 2025 and require communities to remove all lead service lines. "We're more than willing to work on a solution to get there, but unfortunately our concerns that we've expressed throughout the process, we feel, have not been addressed," said the League's John LaMacchia. Read more.

Michigan Legislature Wraps Up Action on State Budget

Both chambers completed action on the state's omnibus budget bill for the coming fiscal year. Senate Bill 848 includes many items of interest to municipalities related to general government/revenue sharing and the budgets for MDOT, LARA, DEQ, and DNR. Read more.

View New Video of SaveMICity Panel at Mackinac Policy Conference

At the recent Mackinac Policy Conference, SaveMICity's panel discussion— "Not Open for Business: Why Disinvestment in Michigan Cities is Hampering Economic Opportunity"—was a huge hit! A video of the session is now available of this great discussion. Watch the video now.

Podcast Shares Approaches to Tackle Opioid Crisis in Michigan

Families, communities, and local governments are falling victim to the opioid crisis in America. On this week's Review Déjà vu podcast, guest Marci Scalera advocates for a multi-faceted approach: prevention, treatment, and stopping drug trafficking. Tune in now.

Community Excellence Awards Online Voting Starts June 29!

Thank you to everyone who submitted projects for the League's annual Community Excellence Awards competition. We received some really creative entries and can't wait to share them with you. Get ready to view them and vote for your favorite starting June 29. Read more..

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