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Here's the MiBiz Growth Report for July 19, 2020.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer is seeking a “smooth transition” in leadership at the Michigan Public Service Commission ahead of expected changes to the three-member energy oversight board.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer — with help from athletic coaches at Michigan State University and the University of Michigan — today reiterated her calls for residents to wear masks as the state hits a “turning point” in the COVID-19 pandemic.
COMSTOCK TWP. — Michigan officials have issued a violation notice to the operators of a hydroelectric dam in Kalamazoo County that has caused sediment buildup in the Kalamazoo River and negatively affected aquatic resources and stream flow.
GRAND RAPIDS — A partnership between Grand Rapids’ transit agency, a health care tech startup and area disability advocates will expand mobility options during the pandemic with pre-scheduled and on-demand rides.
GRAND RAPIDS — A long-standing partnership has turned into the sale of a significant business unit for Blue Medora Inc., a venture capital-backed Grand Rapids-based software developer.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer today issued an executive order requiring people to wear masks starting next week when they are in indoor public places and crowded outdoor spaces to reduce the spread of the coronavirus and the growing number of COVID-19 cases.
GRAND RAPIDS — Studio C is rolling out two weekly, socially distanced events at its outdoor Studio Park space downtown that will feature live music and movie screenings.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer has ordered state officials to create rules requiring implicit bias training for Michigan health professionals as they seek licensure, registration and renewals as a way to ensure equity in health care access.