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Three Rivers DDA adds intern

The Three Rivers DDA/Main Street program has announced the addition of communications and events intern Rebecca Kramb. A 2008 graduate of Three Rivers High School, Kramb attended Glen Oaks and recently earned her bachelor’s degree from Western Michigan University, where she majored in creative writing and minored in communications. Three Rivers DDA/Main Street Executive Director Brian Persky said Kramb has ... Read More »

Three Rivers DDA releases new image

The Three Rivers DDA/Main Street program has announced the release of its new image for downtown Three Rivers. Brian Persky, executive director of the Three Rivers DDA/Main Street, said the procedure is a first step in the DDA’s image-building campaign to help raise awareness of the goods and services offered downtown. The new image presents the Three Rivers community as ... Read More »

Three Rivers Main Street program accepting applications for Design Assistance program

The Three Rivers Main Street program is accepting applications for design services from downtown property and business owners located within the Michigan Main Street footprint. The design assistance provides information and recommendations on exterior façade improvements that will improve the appearance and visibility of the building and business, while also maintaining the historic integrity of the building and making functional ... Read More »

Select Level recipient

The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority has provided an update on its status as one of three Michigan Main Street “Select Level” recipients. Christy Trammell, DDA director, said representatives from Lansing-based Michigan Main Street will be in Three Rivers April 2, 3 and 4 to conduct some formalities and begin their services that Three Rivers will receive for its standing ... Read More »

TRDDA wins competition

The Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority was named one of three recipients statewide in a competition staged by the Michigan Main Street program. DDA Director Christy Trammell was notified Tuesday that the community was accepted into the Select Level of the program, which is overseen by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority. Trammell said the Michigan Main Street program is ... Read More »

TRDDA expects to hear this week

Three Rivers Downtown Development Authority members expect to hear this week whether the agency is awarded a step up to a “Select” level in the Michigan Main Street community. A team of DDA and community members made a presentation before a panel of judges last week in Lansing as part of the process to earn the Select status. If chosen ... Read More »