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MML #1: Cities Reviewing Sign Ordinances in Wake of Supreme Court Ruling

March 22nd 2016

MML #1: Cities Reviewing Sign Ordinances in Wake of Supreme Court Ruling (Crystal A. Proxmire, March 22, 2016) Lansing, MI – The Town of Gilbert, Arizona stuck to their guns on a signage ordinance and now communities across the country are taking a good hard look at their signage ordinances. The June 2015 decision in […]

Final Four Announced in MML Community Excellence Awards Competition

July 29th 2015

Final Four Announced in MML Community Excellence Awards Competition (MML Press Release, July 27, 2015)   Community Excellence Awards Competition Down to Final Four Projects Involving Westland, Jackson, Auburn Hills, Royal Oak, Birmingham, Rochester Hills, Pontiac, Ferndale, Huntington Woods, Berkley, Orion Township, Oakland County in Final Round The final four projects in the statewide Community […]

Cities Competing for MML Awards, Public Asked to Vote

July 4th 2015

Cities Competing for MML Awards, Public Asked to Vote (MML Press Release, July 4, 2015)   Sixteen projects, programs, and initiatives involving more than 20 Michigan communities are vying for the statewide Community Excellence Award (CEA)—the most prestigious Michigan Municipal League honor. The communities involved in this year’s competition are Allegan, Auburn Hills, Battle Creek, […]

MML Names Pappageorge one of 3 Legislators of the Year

October 18th 2014

Michigan Municipal League Names Pappageorge one of Three Legislators of the Year (MML Press Release, Oct. 18, 2014) The Michigan Municipal League has honored State Sen. John Pappageorge (R-Troy); Sen. Tom Casperson (R-Escanaba); and Rep. Nancy Jenkins (R-Clayton) as the League’s 2014 Legislators of the Year. The awards were formerly presented to Sen. Pappageorge, Sen. […]

MML President: Placemaking is Key for Cities

February 23rd 2014

MML President: Placemaking is Key for Cities (Matt Bach, Michigan Municipal League, Feb. 23, 2014) Utica Mayor Jacqueline Noonan discusses the League’s Partnership for Place initiative. When it comes to the value of placemaking and how it ties to municipal financing in Michigan, Utica Mayor Jacqueline Noonan doesn’t mince words: “The state’s current system of […]

MML Survey Finds Increasing Shared Resources Among Cities

March 5th 2011

Some 129 communities responding to the MML survey provided details of more than 640 examples of how they are already sharing services, saving taxpayer dollars and improving operational efficiencies.

Novi Recreation Offers Fall Fitness Classes

September 19th 2017

Novi Recreation Offers Fall Fitness Classes (City of Novi, Sept. 19, 2017) NOVI, MI – The City of Novi offers group fitness classes designed to make muscles stronger, increase cardiovascular strength and bone density, and improve balance and flexibility. If you are looking to increase your overall fitness consider participating in new fitness classes such […]

2017 Candidate Interview: Northville City Councilperson Sam Ekong

September 15th 2017

2017 Candidate Interview: Northville City Councilperson Sam Ekong (Crystal A. Proxmire, Sept. 15, 2017) Northville, MI – Northville City Councilperson Sam Ekong is running for re-election on Nov. 7 in a race with two seats and two candidates.  Patrick Giesa is also on the ballot. While they are both most assuredly going to win, Ekong […]

Ferndale Councilperson Melanie Piana Selected Michigan Municipal League Board Vice President

September 14th 2017

Ferndale Councilperson Melanie Piana Selected Michigan Municipal League Board Vice President (Michigan Municipal League, Sept. 14, 2017) HOLLAND, Michigan – Ferndale City Councilmember Melanie Piana was selected as the 2017-18 vice president of the Michigan Municipal League Board of Trustees. Piana was named board vice president by the 19-member board during the Michigan Municipal League’s […]

Berkley Announces Next Steps in Flooding Discussions

September 13th 2017

Berkley Announces Next Steps in Flooding Discussions (City of Berkley, Sept. 13, 2018) Berkley, MI – The City of Berkley released the following press release on Wednesday, Sept. 13 in regard to recent flooding of basements: “On September 7, the Berkley City Council, Water Resource Commissioner Jim Nash, and city and county staff met with […]

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