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Downtown Petoskey in the Summertime Photo by Michigan Municipal League

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Downtown Petoskey in the Summertime Photo by Michigan Municipal League
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Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
The Michigan Municipal League represents Michigan’s cities and villages and is constantly visiting them. Here are some photos of the League’s recent visits to Petoskey in Northern Michigan. Petoskey is very nice community with a mix of shops, restaurants and stores nestled near Little Traverse Bay off Lake Michigan. It’s also very close to the vacation resort Boyne Highlands known for its zip lines, outdoor recreation and Young Americans troupe. Downtown Petoskey has many of the placemaking assets the League has identified as making up vibrant communities, including green space, walking trails, public benches, outdoor dining and much more. For more about placemaking go to the League’s website mml.org and visit the page about our Center for 21st Century Communities: www.mml.org/resources/21c3/about.html. You can also visit a placemaking blog by League CEO Dan Gilmartin called www.economicsofplace.com/ and our new placemaking page at mml.org/placemaking. In addition, the League’s 2012 Convention taking place in October on Mackinac Island will focus on how Michigan communities of all shapes and sizes can implement placemaking assets. It’s easier than you may think. For details on the 2012 Tools of Placemaking Convention go to convention.mml.org (www.mml.org/events/annual_convention/).

Downtown Petoskey in the Summertime Photo by Michigan Municipal League
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Image by Michigan Municipal League (MML)
The Michigan Municipal League represents Michigan’s cities and villages and is constantly visiting them. Here are some photos of the League’s recent visits to Petoskey in Northern Michigan. Petoskey is very nice community with a mix of shops, restaurants and stores nestled near Little Traverse Bay off Lake Michigan. It’s also very close to the vacation resort Boyne Highlands known for its zip lines, outdoor recreation and Young Americans troupe. Downtown Petoskey has many of the placemaking assets the League has identified as making up vibrant communities, including green space, walking trails, public benches, outdoor dining and much more. For more about placemaking go to the League’s website mml.org and visit the page about our Center for 21st Century Communities: www.mml.org/resources/21c3/about.html. You can also visit a placemaking blog by League CEO Dan Gilmartin called www.economicsofplace.com/ and our new placemaking page at mml.org/placemaking. In addition, the League’s 2012 Convention taking place in October on Mackinac Island will focus on how Michigan communities of all shapes and sizes can implement placemaking assets. It’s easier than you may think. For details on the 2012 Tools of Placemaking Convention go to convention.mml.org (www.mml.org/events/annual_convention/).

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