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OPEB Reform Proposal on Lame Duck Agenda

House Bills 6074-6086 went before the House Local Government committee this morning (Dec. 1). League staff were given an opportunity to testify on the bills and supported the concept of what the bills aim to do. Governor Snyder's administration, while preferring to deal with this issue next year as part of a comprehensive conversation, regcognizes that this is a major issue and is likely to support it. View a Detroit Free Press article about the hearing here. The hearing recessed and resumed in the afternoon. Read more.

Kzoo PlacePlan: Asian Restaurant Wins Competition for Lease

A modern Vietnamese restaurant will open in Kalamazoo's Washington Square after local developers won the "Fare Games" competition designed to help revitalize the Edison Neighborhood area. More than $200,000 was invested in the renovation of the neighborhood's Portage St. by the City of Kalmazoo, the League, and others. Read more.

State Awards Marshall Redevelopment Ready Certification

MEDC has awarded the City of Marshall cerfitication in its Redevelopment Ready Communities program as a signal the city has removed barriers to make it attractive for investment. Marshall joins 7 other Michigan communities deemed "thoroughly prepared." Read more.

League CEO Shares Development Strategies to Enhance City Appeal

More than 100 people heard League CEO Dan Gilmartin speak on urban development strategies at UM. The lecture was aimed at educating students about placemaking. The League collaborated with UM on a survey that showed local governments are using placemaking more. Read more

You Won! Now What? Newly Elected Officials Training

Newly elected officials have a lot to learn to perform well in their new roles as public leaders and the League is here to help. We'll once again be offering trainings to educate officials on their new positions. To find a session near you, check the League calendar.

FLSA Overtime Rule Blocked

A federal judge halted the implementation of a federal administrative rule to extend mandatory overtime for employees making less than $47,500 per year. He also issued a nationwide injunction to stop the scheduled change from taking effect on Dec. 1. Read more.

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