Michigan Land Use Institute
The Michigan Land Use Institute was founded in 1995 to establish an approach to economic development that strengthens communities, enhances opportunity, and protects the state's unmatched natural resources. Their mission is to help Michigan avoid the patterns of suburban sprawl and over-development that cause traffic congestion, pollution, loss of community, rising costs to individuals and governments, and a deteriorating quality of life.
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Targeted coal plant proposals
Location: Traverse City, Beulah, Petoskey, and Grand Rapids, MI
Group website: Michigan Land Use Institute
Contact: judy [at] mlui.org
Related GEM.wiki articles
- "Michigan Land Use Institute’s Smart Growth Coalition Targets Leelanau County", Glen Arbor Sun, July 15, 2004.