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Secretary of State Enjoined from Enforcing Gag Order Law

Victory for communities! U.S. District Judge John Corbett O’Meara has accepted an agreement between the Secretary of State’s office and local governments and school groups, permanently enjoining Secretary of State Ruth Johnson from enforcing a law passed in December that prevented local officials from providing factual information on local ballot proposals. “We thank Judge O’Meara for moving quickly on this important issue, and allowing our local government officials to provide vital facts for voters on ballot issues that come before them,” said League CEO Dan Gilmartin. More.

New "Dark Store" Solution Focuses on Tribunal Process

To address the "dark store" property tax appeals crisis, State Rep. Dave Maturen (R-Vicksburg) introduced HB 5578, which would require the Michigan Tax Tribunal to equitably apply universally accepted appraisal standards. Please urge legislators to support HB 5578. View the League's joint statement. Read more.

Radio Show Highlights Upcoming CNU Conference in Detroit

The placemaking revolution will be on display in Detroit at the 24th annual Congress for the New Urbanism. League CEO Dan Gilmartin and co-host Crystal Proxmire talk about the event's importance to Michigan. Subscribe to a FREE iTunes podcast or listen here.

CNU Charrettes Bring Communities Together to Design Their Future

The League partnered with Congress for the New Urbanism to bring the international CNU 24 to Detroit in June. In preparation, design charrettes were held in four Metro Detroit communities: Hazel Park, Pontiac, and two Detroit neighborhoods.. Read our blogs on all four charrettes.

Ferndale Tapped as Next City for UM's Citizen Interaction Design

Fresh off a successful three-year stint in Jackson, the UM Citizen Interaction Design program is heading to Ferndale. UM students interested in improving the way government and citizens interact will be at the ready to help Ferndale with a variety of projects. Read more.

New League Webinars Tackle Local Government Ethics and Meetings

Please join us for one of our upcoming webinars. In Local Government Ethics, you'll learn about the latest lawsuits and legal cases related to ethics. In Meetings 'R Us for Mayors and Village Presidents, you'll hear ideas on running smooth meetings with your council or board. More.

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