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Regional Leaders Announce Formation of R-PATH;Talk Collaboration and Mass Transit at 2011 Summit

Regional Leaders Announce Formation of R-PATH;Talk Collaboration and Mass Transit at 2011 Summit

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CHARLES PUGH
COUNCIL PRESIDENT
City of Detroit
EMBARGOED:CONTACT:1:15 p.m., Friday, Sept. 30, 2011Kirsten Ussery,313-205-4211usseryk@detroitmi.gov
***EMBARGOED UNTIL 1:15 p.m., FRIDAY, SEPT. 30,2011
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Regional Leaders Announce Formation of R-PATH;Talk Collaboration and Mass Transit at 2011 Summit
DETROIT, Mich. — A coalition of county commissioners from Macomb, Oakland, Wayne, Washtenaw,and St. Clair counties and members of the Detroit City Council today announced the formation of RegionalPartners Advocating Transit Here (R-PATH) at the 2011 Southeast Michigan Regional Summit held inClinton Township.R-PATH will serve as an advocacy group for the creation of a Regional Transit Authority in themetropolitan Detroit area. The voluntary, bi-partisan group consists of a core of officials, currently:Macomb County Commissioners David Flynn, Bob Smith, Jim Carabelli and Board Chair Kathy D.Vosburg; Detroit City Council President Charles Pugh and Detroit City Council President Pro-Tem GaryBrown; Wayne County Commission Vice Chair Alisha Bell; Oakland County Commissioners David W.Potts and Jim Nash; Washtenaw Commissioners Kristin Judge and Board Chair Conan Smith; and St. Clair County Board Chair Jeff Bohm.The announcement was made at the yearly meeting of regional leaders (formerly the Tri-county Summit),which was expanded this year to include the participation of Washtenaw and St. Clair counties. The topicsof discussion during the event were regional collaboration and mass transit.
More than 200 communityand government leaders attended.
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Coleman A. Young Municipal Center 2 Woodward Ave., Suite 1340 Detroit, Michigan 48226(313) 224-4510 Fax (313) 224-0230CouncilPresidentPugh@detroitmi.gov
 
 
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