The Michigan Municipal League
will have a pretty knowledgeable Upper Peninsula field consultant, according to the organization's recent announcement.
Scott MacInnes, recently retired Houghton city manager, was hired as the northern field consultant for the league. He will help U.P. cities and townships on league initiatives, and be the liaison to the MML for the U.P.
MacInnes retired this fall from the City of Houghton and had served in various roles there since 1974, when he started as recreation director. He also has been on the board of the Michigan Tech Enterprise Corporation's SmartZone and the MTU Corporate Board for Institutional Diversity.
"We are extremely excited to have Scott representing the League in the U.P," says Dan Gilmartin, CEO and executive director of the Michigan Municipal League. "He's a very familiar name and face to our Northern Michigan member communities and he is extremely knowledgeable of the issues and challenges being experienced in our cities and villages."
Writer: Kim Eggleston
Source: Michigan Municipal League