Watch Bridge’s Lunch Break discussion on high water levels in Michigan
If you missed Tuesday’s Lunch Break discussion on what high water levels mean for Michigan, we’ve got your back.
- What do high water levels mean for Michigan? Join us online to discuss.
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We recorded our Zoom conversation, where we were joined by special guests John LaMacchia, Assistant Director of State & Federal Affairs for the Michigan Municipal League, Richard Norton, Professor of Urban and Regional Planning at the University of Michigan, and Melissa Wiatrolik, Tribal Historic Preservation Officer for the Little Traverse Bay Bands of Odawa Indians. Environment reporter Kelly House moderated this engaging discussion and more than 130 Bridge readers tuned in, asking many important questions that our guest speakers answered in real time.
Watch the video here:
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