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  • Mark Lee honored in Hart’s memorial

    On September 9, 2014, the City of Hart dedicated a memorial in honor of of our colleague Mark Lee. WWTP Superintendent Paul Cutter and City Manager Stan Rickard, along with the Hart WWTP committee, were on hand to unveil it. Mark’s wife and daughters were also in attendance. Paul constructed the stone monument with insight […]

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  • New Funding Source: Crowdfunding via Patronicity

    We blogged about this in July, and now have more details. The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) has partnered with Michigan Municipal League and Patronicity to create a Michigan-based crowdfunding platform called Public Spaces Community Places. Residents and businesses in communities can use it to raise money for their own public spaces. The cool thing: […]

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  • P&N Airport Professional Stephanie Green Becomes Certified Member of AAAE

    Prein&Newhof is proud to announce that an airport team member, Stephanie Green, C.M., recently passed the American Association of Airport Executives (AAAE) Certified Member (C.M.) exam. Stephanie has 14 years of experience in airport management and planning, including master plans, environmental assessments, terminal demand/capacity analysis, ALP updates, strategic business plans, and geographic information system (GIS) […]

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  • Restore your community’s forestry with Community Forestry Grants Program

    Have you noticed a loss of trees in your community, due to the harsh winter or disease? The Michigan Department of Natural Resources has $100,000 available for street/park tree management and planning, urban forestry, Arbor Day celebrations, or urban forestry education/training events through its 2014 Community Forestry Grants Program. Applications are due September 12. Grants […]

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  • Lyons completes downtown project

    Using a $670,000 MEDC Downtown Infrastructure Grant, the Village of Lyons (Ionia County) re-paved, beautified, improved drainage, and added parking to serve its downtown area. The Village had parallel storm sewer systems running on both sides of Bridge Street, one of which was a 6-inch clay sewer that dated from the Work Progress Administration circa […]

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  • Prein&Newhof selected for PSMJ 2014 Circle of Excellence

    PSMJ Resources, Inc. is a leading management consulting firm for the architecture/engineering industry. Each year it conducts a financial performance benchmark survey of firms in the A/E industry. The top 20% of survey participants in 13 key performance metrics are recognized by PSMJ with the Circle of Excellence designation. These metrics reflect performance in a […]

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  • Great Lakes Restoration Initiative Money!

    The EPA has released a Great Lakes Restoration Initiative (GLRI) Request for Applications (RFA) for over $20 million of funding in support of the GLRI Action Plan. Full applications are due August 25. The RFA includes the following categories: Invasive Species Control Watershed Management Implementation Sediment Reduction from Priority Watersheds Expected benefits of this program: […]

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  • Safe Routes to Schools, Michigan Fitness Foundation, Montague, and Helmets!

    One of the things our engineer Connie Houk does is to help schools prepare SR2S Grants via the Michigan Fitness Foundation. This year she was able to help distribute 12 Micro Grants of $700 to various schools. The grant money is used to purchase motivational items to help encourage students to walk and bike to […]

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  • Grant Opportunity: New Public Spaces Community Places Grant

    In the Public Spaces Community Places Grant program, communities, nonprofits, and business entities can submit projects to which residents may contribute individually and promote within their communities. Projects that meet fundraising goals get a matching grant (up to $100,000) from the Michigan Economic Development Coalition. What kinds of projects are they talking about? Public Plaza & […]

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  • Kalamazoo County welcomes new building

    Congratulations to Kalamazoo County on their new Healy Street Center facility!  June 27 marked the official grand opening at a special ribbon cutting ceremony. The new 30,480-square-foot building is adjacent to the County jail and houses the Community Corrections Program, parole and probation offices, and space for public video visitation. Prein&Newhof provided civil engineering and surveying […]

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