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12.03.19 DPS Advisory Committee Meeting
12.05.19 Fire/EMS Risk Control Advisory Committee Meeting
12.06.19 Parks and Rec Advisory Committee Meeting
12.17.19 Administrative Advisory Committee Meeting
01.14.20 Technology & Cyber Security Advisory Committee Meeting

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12.04.19 Rapid Deployment to Active Shooter

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MMRMA Publishes Cyber Incident Response Plan, Other Resources for Members
Resources designed to help members mitigate and respond to cyber threats.

October 2019
Managing Intake and Booking to Reduce Risks in Jail Operations; Board Member Jeff Lawson; Highlights from August 2019 Annual Meeting

August 2019
MMRMA Earns National and State Recognition; Managing Jail Operation Risks; Update on Greenstone Products and Coverages

Michigan Supreme Court Update

Posted: Wednesday, May 24, 2017

Michigan Supreme Court Justice Robert Young (pictured, right) retired on April 17, 2017. Justice Young spent 20 years on the bench and 18 on the state Supreme Court, where he served three terms as the Chief Justice.

Justice Young’s current eight-year term will end in 2019. Following his retirement, on May 9, 2017, Governor Rick Snyder appointed Kurtis Wilder to fill the vacancy. Justice Wilder, age 58, previously served as Chief Judge of the Washtenaw County Court. Prior to that, he was appointed to the Michigan Court of Appeals in December 1998 by then-Governor John Engler and was subsequently elected to that post in 2000 and re-elected in 2004 and 2010.  

Since both Justices Young and Wilder are considered conservative, this new appointment will maintain the existing 5-2 Republican majority on the Michigan Supreme Court.

In related news, President Donald Trump has nominated Michigan Supreme Court Justice Joan Larsen to the U.S. Court of Appeals, 6th Circuit. If the U.S. Senate approves this nomination, Governor Snyder will likely have the opportunity to appoint yet another Justice to fill the remainder of Justice Larsen’s term. As a Republican, Governor Snyder would be expected to appoint another conservative justice, which would again maintain the state Supreme Court’s current 5-2 Republican majority.

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Management Authority

14001 Merriman Road
Livonia, MI 48154

MMRMA has been a leader in municipal risk since 1980 and remains committed to meeting the ever-expanding challenges faced by its membership. MMRMA's risk control services are designed to help its members identify, prevent, and mitigate losses through on-site surveys, training, and other services. MMRMA also provides its members with premier claims and legal services, sound financial management, and essential news on the latest developments in public risk management.


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