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Michigan Municipal League Actively Supports Voting YES on Proposal 1

Michigan's roads, bridges and highways play a vital role in the state's long-term success and economic prosperity. Our roads were once the envy of the nation, but today they are dangerous and a significant threat to driver safety, causing countless accidents and repair costs. Michigan can - and we must - do better. The League actively supports voting YES on Proposal 1 on May 5 because this is our last, best chance to fix Michigan's roads with funding guaranteed for transportation. We strongly encourage our member communities and their residents to support it as well. More.

Radio Show Explores What Makes People Fall in Love with their Cities

On this month's Prosperity Agenda radio show, we delved into what makes people love their cities and the key role that arts and culture play in that equation. League CEO Dan Gilmartin was joined by co-host Natalie Burg, freelance writer and editor, and guests Jennifer Goulet, Peter Kageyama, Mark Tucker and Shary Brown. Prosperity Agenda aired at 7 p.m. Feb. 25 on News/Talk 760 WJR, listen here.

Placemaking Workshops Will Result in Strategies Throughout Michigan

The MIplace Partnership is offering free placemaking workshops in locations all over the state over the next few months. These workshops are designed to help communities improve their quality of life and economic prosperity. Participants can choose from two options, which vary in depth of training. Read more

Allegan is in the Running for 'America's Coolest Small Town'

Allegan's lakes, pleasant downtown, historic homes and friendly people have earned it a spot as one of 15 finalists for the title of "America's coolest small town." Allegan is the only town in Michigan to make the list. Cast your vote and help them cross the finish line! Read more

UM Survey Finds Local Leaders Want State-Level Road Funding Increased

A new survey by UM's Center for Local, State, and Urban Policy finds that nearly 80 percent of Michigan's local government officials think state-level funding needs to be increased by at least 50 percent to maintain roads. Almost 25 percent rated their roads as poor. Read more.

The League Asks Members to Pass Resolutions in Support of Proposal 1

In January, the League Board pledged support of Proposal 1. Your support is essential in getting the proposal passed. You can help, including passing a resolution, sending a letter to the editor of your local media, or signing up at the official campaign website. Read more

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