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Posted on: January 22, 2020

[ARCHIVED] Sterling Heights Mayor Michael Taylor to attend White House event

Sterling Heights Mayor Michael Taylor has accepted an invitation from President Donald J. Trump and the White House Office of Intergovernmental Affairs to attend a “Discussion on Transforming America’s Communities” at the White House on Friday, Jan. 24.

The meeting is intended for the nation’s mayors as part of the U.S. Conference of Mayors annual winter meeting. President Trump and Senior Administrative Officials will meet with Mayor Taylor and other mayors from throughout the country to discuss policies and priorities for empowering and transforming America’s communities.

“I am excited to attend this important meeting at the White House along with President Trump and other mayors from across the country. While there, I plan to emphasize the need for a comprehensive infrastructure plan to address the needs of cities in Michigan and across the nation,” said Mayor Taylor. “Sterling Heights will continue to work with our partners at the local, state and federal level to find areas of mutual interest and work strategically to address our critical infrastructure needs. I am prepared to help in any way I can.” 

Those with questions or those seeking more information can contact Community Relations Director Melanie Davis at or by calling (586) 446-2471 (o) or (586) 303-0923 (m).

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