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League CEO Dan Gilmartin: Statement on Behalf of SaveMICity

In response to Gov. Whitmer's State of the State address, League CEO Dan Gilmartin issued this statement. When we talk about infrastructure, we hope the conversation focuses on more than bricks and mortar and roads and bridges. If we want to improve Michigan and bring jobs and talent and business to our great state, we must talk about every aspect of a community’s infrastructure. This includes having vibrant parks our children can enjoy; accessible transit systems; first responders who are there for us during some of the worst moments of our lives; and a safe, affordable housing stock. Our communities are the backbone to our state’s economic growth, but Michigan hasn’t invested in our communities in decades. Read more..

League Insurance Boards Announce 2019 Member Dividends

Members of the Michigan Municipal League's insurance programs will share dividends totaling $10.8 million in 2019. The Liability & Property Pool has voted to return $2.1 million in dividends to member-owners who renew their insurance coverage in 2019. The Workers' Compensation Fund has authorized returning $8.7 million in equity to its renewing owner-members. Read more.

Informational Resources on Medical and Recreational Marijuana

Now that medical and recreational marijuana are legal in Michigan, many communities have questions. The League has assembled a variety of informational resources including a white paper, sample ordinances, fact sheets, and more on our Marijuana in Michigan web page. Read more.

Podcast Shows Benefits of League, Counties, Townships Collaboration

On this episode of Michigan Politics, Huh? we sit down with the legislative advocates for the League, Michigan Association of Counties, and Michigan Townships Association and discuss how these three organizations work together to fight for their members. Tune in now.

Monday Morning Live to Focus on League Efforts in D.C., State of State

League efforts to fight for infrastructure funding in D.C., Congressman Kildee's support of "legacy cities," and Gov. Whitmer's first State of the State – we'll discuss these issues and more on Monday Morning Live. Feb. 18, 10:30 am. Tune in on the League's Facebook page.

Fenton City Manager to Lead Michigan Municipal Executives

Fenton City Manager Lynn Markland was selected as the new president of the Michigan Municipal Executives during the organization's recent Winter Institute. He has 32 years of experience in local government and has served the League and MME in many capacities. Read more

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