MSHDA, MAR, Art Van, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC), Michigan Municipal League (MML) and the Small Business Association of Michigan (SBAM) are among the organizations helping neighborhoods, cities, regions and downtowns promote "place" as a way to spur economic development and restore Michigan to prosperity.
What does MML stand for?
MML stands for Michigan Municipal League
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Gilmartin, executive director, Michigan Municipal League Rap Hankins, council member, Trotwood, Ohio Melvin L.
The Chamber has joined the Water Works Coalition, a great of job providers (including the Michigan Chamber of Commerce, the Michigan Manufacturer's Association and the Michigan Municipal League, among other organizations) urging state lawmakers to take action on legislation to ensure water remains one of our state's most important economic benefits.
;" * The Michigan Municipal League, October 4: "Local Government Finance: Guarding the Public Checkbook;" and * The Utah League of Cities and Towns September 14 and 15: "Leadership During Challenging Economic Times" and "Best Practice Approached to Success in the New Economy.
The Chamber is joined by Detroit Mayor Kilpatrick, the Michigan Municipal League, the Michigan Chamber of Commerce and many mayors across the state who would like to see PA 312 repealed or reformed to ease the devastating impact the act has on Michigan's communities.
MARK NOTTLEY is manager of Municipal Consulting Services (MCS) for the Michigan Municipal League.
Rasher is also Vice President, Secretary, and Treasurer of Consumers Renaissance Development Corporation (CRDC),a private, nonprofit Michigan corporation formed in 1996 with the assistance of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, Michigan Municipal League,and Consumers Energy to promote the redevelopment of brownfields in Michigan.
6, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- The Michigan Municipal League unveiled a new book, The Economics of Place: The Value of Building Communities Around People, at its annual Convention in Grand Rapids.