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Promising State and Federal Budget News for Communities

The Michigan Municipal League has been actively working to help our communities emerge from the financial hardships caused by the COVID-19 pandemic and there are two promising developments at the state and federal level on this effort. With the support of League member communities, these two developments would provide some much-needed assistance to our cities, villages and townships battling COVID-19 on the front lines. Read our blog about it here and a related press statement here.

Grand Rapids City Manager Named to MML Board

Grand Rapids City Manager Mark Washington was recently appointed to the Michigan Municipal League Board of Trustees. Washington will join a diverse group of community leaders representing communities of all shapes and sizes. With his appointment, the League board will now have 10 elected officials serving alongside nine municipal managers. Read more.

CapCon 2021 Offers Sessions on Legislative Activity, Social Media

Countless state and federal issues impact local communities every year. CapCon is the place to get the most up-to-date details on those issues and the answers you need. Learn from engaging speakers on everything from a legislative update and coastal remediation to legislators working together for local government. Plus, we're offering a networking recepion, a sponsor showcase, and affiliate events. We hope you'll join us March 16-17 for this exciting virtual experience. Get the details and register today.

‘I Am Black History’ Series
Now on MML Social Media

The League is very excited about the new story-focused direction of our social media efforts and particularly with our ongoing “I Am Black History” series. In this feature, we are focusing on League members who are part of a living history in their community, such as the first woman black city council president in their community, or the first black city manager. Read more.

NEW! Open Meetings Act/Virtual Meetings Fact Sheet

See what’s currently required and allowable for local government meetings. There are two actions in play: the DHHS emergency order on gatherings and masks and PA 254 of 2020 that amended the OMA to permit public bodies to meet virtually through March 31, 2021. For more fact sheets, click more.

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