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FSBR Sponsors Regionalism Forum

Fahey Schultz Burzych Rhodes PLC proudly sponsors its fifth annual Lansing Economic Club Regionalism Forum on May 10, 2012, at the Kellogg Center in East Lansing. Panelists at the Forum will include Doug Rothwell, President & CEO, Business Leaders for Michigan; Eric Scorsone, Extension Specialist, State and Local Government Program, Michigan State University; and Carmen Hickerson, Vice President of Public Affairs and Communications, Greater Louisville, Inc. (Louisville Metro Chamber and Economic Development). The panelists will address why metro regions are critical to Michigan's financial success; a study benchmarking the cost of Michigan government versus comparable metro areas; and the strategy behind the Louisville City/County merger, the successes, and areas where further work is needed.

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