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Main Street Community Partner Stories
The Michigan Main Street Community Partner Stories celebrate and shed light on how developers and community members are transforming downtowns and commercial districts across the state.
Michael Cain sees the Main Street approach as the driving force behind Boyne City's downtown transformation.
Angela Hunter promotes local food and community in downtown Evart.
Detroit's notoriety as the Motor City began in the north end neighborhood, where the first Ford automobiles rolled out of the factory.
Good stewardship is at the forefront of Tyler Kinley's development efforts
Devoted volunteers power Saline Main Street and bring about inclusive vibrance downtown.
In downtown Grosse Pointe, Jake Sachs serves his community and contributes to the legacy of scouting.
Kim Rhoney and the Milan Chamber of Commerce see value of main street.
Sherry Nelson reflects on the legacy of her coffee group turned community catalyst
Ray Lozano provides a perspective of growth and cultural heritage in Mexicantown.
Justin Horvath shares story of growth and potential in downtown Owosso.
Grosse Pointe artist Michelle Boggess-Nunley set the world record for the largest hand drawn maze.
County Commissioner and business owner sees a bright future for Cheboygan.
Main Street organizations can find success when they focus on building strong collaboration and partnerships - such as the case in downtown Milan.
Main Street helps to fill vacant storefronts, increase walkability, and vibrancy throughout downtown Lapeer.
Resident and community development fellow sees endless opportunities for Cheboygan.
Daniel Sabolsky, Cheboygan City manager, talks economic development and the importance of community identity.
A former Howell mayor provides insight on the beginnings and impact of Main Street.
Jim Woodworth believes in Owosso and is building for its future.
With a vision of building a strong downtown core, Dave Snyder makes good investments in Milan.
Remaking a historic downtown is not a job John Rivers takes lightly.
Old Town Lansing has found a reliable partner in developer Eric Hanna and Michigan Community Capital.
Ashley Brzezinski sheds light on development in Downtown Lansing.
Jeff Doyle is breathing new life into a historic building in Howell.