Early in the morning, a train roars past Armory Arts Village—a resident artists’ community in Jackson. Although the train passes less than a mile away, inside the armory you can hear only a muffled whistle. The walls are lined with three feet of woven steel, so very little sound seeps in.
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Michigan’s film incentives law is set to end Sept. 30, 2017, under a sunset provision. And one of the law’s key proponents, Senate Majority Leader Randy Richardville, R-Monroe, is leaving the Legislature at the end of the year because of term limits.
Michigan’s film incentives have experienced relative stability since the upheavals of 2011, when Snyder announced his plan to cut the previously uncapped allocation to $25 million.
Lawmakers in Lansing are waging their yearly fight over the state’s budget, which could cut the $50 million incentives program by half next year.
Goike’s bill might be anti-democratic, but at least he was promoting the druthers his own constituents had clearly expressed at the polls.
A bill to bar the Detroit Institute of Arts from renewing the tri-county millage that supports its operations drew outrage Friday from museum supporters, and a vigorous defense from Macomb County legislators backing it.
The Archives of Michigan is using a state-of-the-art and inexpensive option — the Internet — to store and preserve a growing collection of digital records that includes everything from 40 years’ worth of election results to an index of thousands of proposed designs for the state’s quarter release
The Michigan Activity Pass program kicks off May 24 and runs through May 23, 2014.