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Complete Streets Update from Healthy Kids, Healthy Michigan’s latest e-news.

(Original article written by Rory Neuner, published in the Michigan Environmental Report)



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Downtown Dexter is a Walkable Community Photo by Michigan Municipal League Fall 2012

Breast Cancer Awareness Ribbons on Display in Downtown Lansing - Placemaking in Action Photo by Michigan Municipal League

Bus Station in Downtown Ann Arbor Feb 2014 Photo by Michigan Municipal League

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Walkability and Placemaking in Downtown Ann Arbor Photo by Michigan Municipal League

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Downtown Dexter and Clock Tower Fall 2012 Photo by Michigan Municipal League

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