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Suburbs Alliance Annual Meeting
8:30 a.m.-10:00 a.m.
You’re invited to help set the direction of our organization and the region! We’ll celebrate our accomplishments, discuss the challenges facing our region, and develop an agenda for the coming year. We believe every community in the region is integral to our shared success, so representatives from both member and non-member cities are invited to attend. Includes breakfast.
Regional Planning Mini Conference
Spend a day learning tactics and tools you can use to shape a greater Detroit though transportation funding and planning. We’re bringing in experts on scenario planning, MAP-21, performance metrics and cargo-oriented development to help us work together toward a better transportation future for metro Detroit. With several sessions to choose from, you can tailor your experience to meet your interests and needs.
5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
Join city staff and other community members for TAP into Possibilities, a workshop designed for residents who are interested in how TAP (Transportation Alternatives Program) funding can help their communities. You’ll have the chance to meet and build connections with the metro Detroit residents who are most passionate about transforming our region through transportation.
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Michigan Suburbs Alliance
The Southeast Michigan Regional Energy Office was launched in 2007 to assist cities in addressing the impacts of rising energy costs on municipal budgets and the increasingly dire effects of our reliance on fossil fuels to power our communities. By aggregating the ability of local governments to purchase energy and collaborate on efficiency and renewable projects, the Southeast Michigan Regional Energy Office contributes to shifting the reputation of metropolitan Detroit from “Rust Belt” to green.