Growing Michigan Together Council
Governor Whitmer Announces Selections for Workgroups to the
Growing Michigan Together Council
Jobs, Talent, & Economy/People Workgroup
"I am extremely honored and grateful to be appointed to the Jobs, Talent, & Economy/People workgroup for the Growing Michigan Together Council" stated Bytwork.

"Thank you for the opportunity to represent northern Michigan. This work is crucial and happy to work alongside so many amazing individuals to build towards the future of our economy."

Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance
The Northern Michigan Chamber Alliance is a coalition of 16 chambers and economic development organizations from across northern Michigan. Our coalition exists to advocate for rural northern Michigan and move forward with rural-centric business policy.

Focus is given to supporting the success of existing northern Michigan businesses, developing and attracting a talented workforce in northern Michigan, and maximizing the competitiveness of the rural northern Michigan business environment. The Alliance includes nine Partners, one Supporting Partner, six Associate Partners, and over 7,000 member businesses from across northern Michigan.

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Manistee City Council Candidates' Forum
Join business leaders, community members, and current officeholders for the Manistee Candidates’ Forum hosted by the Manistee Area Chamber of Commerce on Thursday, September 14th. Enjoy a Meet & Greet hour from 5:30 - 6:00 p.m. with candidates and light refreshments sponsored by Blarney Castle Oil & Propane, as we gear up for the Manistee City Council Candidates’ Forum from 6:00 - 7:00 p.m. Throughout this moderated, non-partisan forum, the goal is to address pressing issues like economic growth strategies, talent/population recruitment and retention, childcare, and the future of the City of Manistee. 
Governor Whitmer Aming to Streamline Permitting Process
Open & Obvious Doctrine Abolished In Michigan
A recent Michigan Supreme Court ruling that overturned 22 years of precedent will have major implications within liability law, benefiting people who sue property owners — typically businesses — for injuries sustained in falls and other accidents.

The Chamber will continue to monitor this ruling and keep all businesses informed of new information that becomes available.

For information click HERE to Crain's Detroit Business article.
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