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MSHDA Joins MEDC's Crowdfunding Initiative for Vibrant Communities

MSHDA is teaming up with MEDC to fund new opportunities aimed at building vibrant communities. The Board authorized a $1.5 million Housing Development Fund (HDF) grant to the MEDC for the Public Spaces Community Places crowdfunding initiative, effective Oct. 1 2015 - Sept. 30, 2016. MSHDA's participation comes on the heels of a wildly successful first year of the crowdfunding and matching grant program. MEDC, with the support of the Michigan Municipal League, launched the first-of-its-kind model last June through the Patronicity crowdfunding platform. Read more.

Berkley Selects Michigan Municipal League to Lead City Manager Search

The City of Berkley has selected the Michigan Municipal League to lead the city in its search for a new city manager. The League's executive search service has conducted hundreds of city manager and other administrative searches since the program began in 1998. Read more.

Regional Transit Authority Seeks Public Input on BEST Projects

Southeast Michigan's Regional Transit Authority wants you to join the conversation on Building Equitable Sustainable Transit (BEST) projects that will have a positive impact on the area's economy and quality of life. Meetings will be held all over the metro area throughout October. More

New Crowdfunding Campaign to Beautify Detroit's Avenue of Fashion

Detroit's historic business district, The Avenue of Fashion, is changing in positive and vibrant ways. With help from the MEDC/MSHDA Public Spaces Community Places initiative, Detroit Fiber Works plans to beautify the avenue with public, community-created, fiber art. Read more

Birmingham Embraces Walkability and Reverses Decline

After three decades of population loss and commercial decline, the city of Birmingham committed to building a new identity: "The Walkable Community." With forward-thinking planning across multiple sectors, the city has grown steadily since the turn of the millennium. Read more.

Dark Store / Big Box Retail Assessment Legislation Introduced

Legislation has been introduced that would help communities facing tax assessment appeals by big box retailers. The League has been working with several State Representatives to craft SB 524 and HB 4909. Please encourage your legislators to address this issue. More

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