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The CMC IT Team is happy to announce the launch of Healthy Homes Coalition and it's partner Get The Lead Out! Grand Rapids websites.
Healthy Homes Coalition's vision is that all children will grow up in healthy homes free of environmental hazards, accomplished through policy impact, advocacy, outreach, direct services, and continuous collaboration.
The website has a wealth of information and resources for both families and landlords about common issues that make a home unsafe for children.
Get the Lead Out! Grand Rapids is a...
The CMC IT Team has developed a low cost mobile website framework for your website.
The Mobile website offers:
All for the onetime low cost of $475 for the setup and creation of up to 6 pages of content.
Call us today at (616) 459-4788 or email <a...
The CMC IT Team is proud to announce the launch of the new website for Grand Rapids Historical Commission - Furniture City History. The popular History of Grand Rapids website (http://www.historygrandrapids.org/) found that the amount of historical material specifically for furniture warranted a creation of a sister site - the Furniture City History website.
The design was created for similar functionality yet having a subtle distinctive look from the sister site. An integration between the two sites was implemented enhancing your...
Focus on Issues #58 Guests Andy Soper, Founder and Project Coordinator of the Manasseh Project, which is an outreach ministry of Wedgwood Christian Services dedicated to ending the sexual exploitation of young men and women in West Michigan and Julia Koch, Director of Development and Advocacy for the Hope Project in Muskegon. They discuss the need for safe residences for those rescued from sex trafficking and provide information about recent developments and advocacy needs as legislation passes through the Michigan Legislature.
Commissioner Bliss talks with Jay Steffen from the City's planning department about the Michigan Street Corridor project.