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Who’s Advancing In Macomb: Anissa C. Hudy, J.D. PLLC

My name is Anissa Hudy and I am an attorney. I have been practicing for 17 years. I left the big law firm life and started my own solo practice.  For the past 16 years, my focus was in the areas of commercial and real estate litigation (creditor’s rights, CMBS workout and receiverships, primarily). Now, I am using my litigation experience to focus on contract drafting and negotiation for small and large business, focused in the areas of commercial contracting & real estate.

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Who’s Advancing in Macomb?

Advancing Macomb has partnered up with Leadership Macomb to bring you “Who’s Advancing in Macomb?” This series of featured profiles will let you know who is advancing in our local workforce. Many of these individuals are students or alumni of the Leadership Macomb program, and they’re here to share their success stories. Click here to see if you quality for this prestigious recognition.

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We’re Hiring!

Advancing Macomb is a business leadership group that supports transformational community projects in Macomb County. Through a focus on marketing new investments, profiles of top community leaders and promotion of local assets in Macomb County and its local communities, Advancing Macomb helps promote a successful environment for businesses and residents.

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Welcome to Advancing Macomb

Hello and welcome to Advancing Macomb. We have a simple focus: Leverage our great local leadership keep our communities and economy strong.

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Welcome “Aboard”

2018 will bring many exciting changes to Advancing Macomb, including the addition of two new board members: Mark Stiers and Douglas Messana.

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WaterTowns: Placemaking in Macomb County

WaterTowns is the Clinton River Watershed Council’s community-based placemaking initiative designed to help towns and cities in the watershed leverage the assets of the Clinton River, its tributaries and Lake St. Clair for water-oriented community development. The key initiatives of the program are developing and promoting the Clinton River and Lake St. Clair paddling trails, community planning and civic engagement. Through the WaterTowns program, CRWC works to engage communities through art, history, ecology, recreation and education by hosting paddling events, stewardship opportunities and educational forums.

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Walcott Mill Metropark Madness!

Wolcott Mill was officially born in 1847. A Ray Township miller named Arad Freeman constructed a grain and feed mill on the banks of the north branch of the Clinton River in northern Macomb County. In 1989, the mill re-opened as part of the 2,625-acre Wolcott Mill Metropark. The park consists of four independent sites that provide unforgettable experiences in a peaceful, rustic setting.

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Two New Board Members Welcomed

Advancing Macomb welcomes Bill Mott and Tomara Nolen to the Board.

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Trustee Event: Testa Barra

The next exclusive event for the Advancing Macomb Trustees will be held on September 27, 2018 from 4:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m. at Testa Barra – one of the Eastside’s hottest restaurants. We will be celebrating manufacturers in Macomb County in advance of Manufacturing Day 2018. This event is generously sponsored by DTE Energy. If you are interested joining the Advancing Macomb Trustee group, please contact Melissa Roy at melissa@advancingmacomb.com for more information.

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The Many Wonders of Lake St. Clair

In the world of professional bass fishing, Kevin VanDam is at the pinnacle and arguably the best in the world. KVD has 4 Bassmaster Classic wins and 7 Angler of the Year titles to his name.

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