Category Archives: Right-Sizing

Project Rebuild Roundtable with Congressman Dan Kildee

by Janet Kreger Twenty-five people gathered at Muskegon’s Lakeshore Museum Center on December 4 for a discussion with Congressman Dan Kildee about new legislation he proposes to draft and introduce. Dan spoke of “Project Rebuild” that he envisions being the … Continue reading

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A Second Spring… updates on the Michigan State Scrapping Bills

Albert Camus once said, “Autumn is a second spring when every leaf is a flower.”  Autumn is a time to enjoy the bounties of Michigan’s harvest, reflect on nature’s beauty with the changing of the colors, and renew our efforts … Continue reading

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Conversations with a Shrinking City: Interning in Saginaw, MI

article and photos by Scott Slagor, Eastern Michigan University, MS Historic Preservation Student and MHPN Volunteer As preservationists we are taught to look critically at our urban fabric and judge it based on “significance” which is determined by the “criteria” … Continue reading

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