Amazon’s Second Headquarters: Why Not TC?

Traverse City can compete with any city on quality of life, and is well positioned to recruit companies that pay higher wages. But what size of new companies could we handle? Five thousand employees? A thousand? We’re a long way from consensus in this community on the answer.

Eye-opening Data Reveals Percentage of Struggling Families

Eye-opening Data Reveals Percentage of Struggling Families

Newly-released data from the United Way shows that nearly 40 percent of people in northwest Michigan struggle to meet a basic standard of living. United Way defines the working poor as living at or below a “household survival budget” of $19,872 for a single adult and $58,740 for a family of four.

Five Actions to Build a Stronger Community

Five Actions to Build a Stronger Community

Looking for things that you can do every day to impact and strengthen your community? Groundwork is capturing that sense of optimism by rolling up our sleeves and getting to work protecting the environment, strengthening the economy, and building resilient communities. We invite you to play a part.

Traverse City Fiber Talks Heat Up

Traverse City Fiber Talks Heat Up

Citizens should encourage the Traverse City Light and Power board to invest in citywide high-speed fiber Internet, which is critical to the economic development of the region and will help attract talented workers.

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