Michigan Municipal League’s Partnership for Place Agenda Presented to State Lawmakers

Samantha Harkins discusses the League's Partnership for Place legislative agenda today in Lansing.

Michigan Municipal League staff members met with key state lawmakers today in Lansing about the League’s new proactive legislative agenda, called the Partnership for Place. You can check out the agenda here.

The League is hosting three free webinars for League members about the Partnership for Place agenda 10-11 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 15, and again on Thursday, Aug. 22, and Thursday, Aug. 29. Sign up for any of the one-hour sessions here.

This Partnership for Place legislative agenda is baseed around the belief that thriving communities are key to Michigan’s long-term success and sustainability. The agenda is a commitment of action in partnership between the State and its municipalities to facilitate Michigan’s economic growth and allow for the development of places to provide key services and amenities that contribute to a high quality of life.

The proposed actions called for in the agenda focus on funding, transportation, talent retention, and infrastructure and development. Read the Partnership for Place Agenda.

Matt Bach is director of media relations for the Michigan Municipal League. He can be reached at mbach@mml.org and (734) 669-6317.

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