Macomb County Drafts Ethics Ordinance

By Chad Selweski Macomb Daily Staff Writer Published: Wednesday, November 02, 2011 Macomb County officials on Tuesday nearly wrapped up work on a new ethics ordinance that will lay down strict rules on county elected officials, department heads and employees for conflicts of interest, nepotism and graft. The Board of…

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Chinese Delegation Visits School, Tech Center

Nonprofit group fostering student exchanges, business partnerships The Macomb Daily – November 9, 2010 The efforts by a nonprofit group to put Macomb County on the map in China took another step forward Monday as a visiting delegation of Chinese officials toured a local school, the Anton Art Center, Macomb…

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INCUBATOR LANDS GRANTS

Project headed toward creating 600 jobs, helping auto suppliers diversify NOTE FROM FRED:  I’m proud to have played a role in securing the $250K from the state to the OU Macomb Incubator.  It is one valuable tool to help stimulate small business, create jobs, and diversify our economy.

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BUSINESS AND LABOR ENDORSEMENTS FOR MILLER

Two more key endorsments for Fred Miller’s campaign for Macomb County Commissioner were announced today, namely the Macomb County Chamber of Commerce and the Communications Workers of America Local 4008. Ranking Miller as “Well Qualified,” the Chamber based recommendations on candidates’ knowledge of issues relating to economic development, business environment…

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CLEAN WATER ACTION ENDORSES MILLER

TUESDAY, JULY 20, 2010 – Clean Water Action endorsed Fred Miller for Macomb County Commissioner, calling him a champion in the fight to grow clean energy jobs, protect the Great Lakes from Big Oil, imported trash and corporate polluters. “Fred Miller has a strong record of standing up to Big…

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MICHIGAN NURSES ENDORSE MILLER

Today Fred Miller announced endorsement of his candidacy by the Michigan Nurses Association (MNA). “I’m pleased to have the support of the men and women of the Michigan Nurses Association,” said Miller.  “These hard working people provide care for us and our families when we need it most.  They represent…

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