- Tuesday, January 19th - Friday, January 22nd
- 8:30 am – 12:00 pm
- Series of teleconference events
Joseph Comartin, Consul General of the Canadian Consulate in Detroit, will be the keynote speaker at the 2021 General Assembly. He will share a construction update on the multibillion-dollar Gordie Howe International Bridge. Set to open in 2024, this structure will offer the only direct highway-to-highway connection between Canada and the United States in the Detroit-Windsor area. The Consul General will discuss how communities along the I-75 corridor may leverage the economic potential of this project.
TMACOG’s annual business meeting, keynote address, and caucus opportunities will be held in a series of teleconferences Tuesday through Friday, January 19-22.
Registration is now open and is required for participation in assembly activities. The registration fee is $15 for TMACOG members and $30 for non-members.
The registration deadline is January 8. Register soon to ensure that you receive meeting materials via first class mail before our first day. Your 2021 General Assembly packet will also include the Transportation Legislative Agenda, and the Agenda for Lake Erie and some fun items from our sponsors and partners.
Sponsorship opportunities are available. For more information please contact Gilda Mitchell, Director of Membership and Outreach, at firstname.lastname@example.org
Need special accommodations? Contact Jennifer Allen.
TMACOG is a member organization. Members include governments: counties, cities, villages, and townships. Non-governmental members include utilities, advocacy organizations, schools, and special districts and authorities.