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  • Century Club Awards | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    and 50 years or more These designations are called the Quarter Century 40 Year and Half Century Clubs The recipients of this honor are noted for contributions to the professional development and the growth of the industry as well as their dedication and commitment Qualifications Candidates must have completed 25 years of green industry service to qualify for the Quarter Century Club 40 years of green industry service to qualify for the 40 Year Club and 50 years of green industry service to qualify for the Half Century Club Candidates must have been employed by an MNLA member firm in each of the preceding five years Selected candidates for the Quarter Century Club and Half Century Club will be honored with a commemorative plaque and lapel pin acknowledging their status These tributes are presented during a special ceremony at the Great Lakes Trade Exposition every January 2016 Century Club Application PDF Congratulations to MNLA s 2015 Century Club Inductees This year s recipients and inductees into the Quarter Century Club were Tim Milarch Terry Milarch Jay Fischer Charmaine Stogner Larry Baert Joy Jennett Gary Bopp Brian Koehn Lili Ennes Mark Pavelek Marge Robinson Gertrud Kulics Shirley Wiegand Laura Borowski Ruben

    Original URL path: http://www.mnla.org/content/century_club (2016-02-18)
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  • Classifieds | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    for 2 months and 1 Magazine Issue Ad Insertion in the next available issue of the print magazine Created Type of Ad BEDDING SUPERVISOR 5 days 21 hours ago Job Posting View GARDEN LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE CREW LEADER GARDEN ASSISTANTS 1 week 6 days ago Job Posting View WH CANON LANDSCAPE COMPANY IS HIRING 2 weeks 21 hours ago Job Posting View ZAREMBA COMPANY ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS 2 weeks 1 day ago

    Original URL path: http://www.mnla.org/classifieds (2016-02-18)
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  • MNLA-Endorsed Member Services | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    compensation costs Owned by its members the MHI Fund offers the same protection as an insurance company but more efficiently The savings are passed back to the members with an average profit return of 45 of premium paid In addition the MHI Fund offers industry specific loss control and has many free safety services available The MHI Fund has returned MILLIONS and continues to be very competitive Property Casualty Insurance Package insurance offered exclusively by Regency Group SECURA Insurance Company Join the hundreds of members throughout Michigan who are saving money with MNLA s group package insurance program By combining the purchasing power our members we are able to offer quality coverage at a competitive price Unique coverages such as upset overspray designed for landscapers landscape suppliers irrigation contractors and greenhouses Other coverages include property liability inland marine commercial auto and umbrella Includes exclusive pricing and discounts for MNLA members only Group Health Benefits Wide variety of benefit plans offered by Regency Group Work with our endorsed agency to gain the knowledge of the Affordable Care Act and the many benefit offerings available such as Health Dental Disability Life HSAs and other new health related plans Put their expertise to work to educate you and your employees in the ever changing health insurance marketplace Credit Card Processing Offered by Michigan Retailers Association Increase your profits enjoy low credit card processing fees that can help to strengthen your bottom line Low transaction fees low statement fee 5 00 no monthly minimums no charge for supplies no charge back fees no application fee Vehicle Fueling Program Offered by Speedway SuperFleet No additional fees No set up charges simple to read monthly statements Administered by Speedway SuperAmerica MNLA members enjoy a savings of 0 05 gallon Office Depot Program MNLA Members Receive Exclusive

    Original URL path: http://www.mnla.org/mnla-endorsed-member-services (2016-02-18)
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  • Speaker Cotter takes first stab at new road plan | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    in the package giving enough support to go to he House floor The committee s two Democrats voted against 11 of the 12 bills Over a four year period the plan would dedicate an additional 1 billion dollars to transportation primarily funding with existing revenue sources Specifically over 700 million will come from projected General Fund monies gained from growth in the economy The package would also shift 185 million from economic development programs to roads as well as phase out the Earned Income tax Credit to free up an additional 117 million Other changes include a special surcharge for electric and hybrid vehicles as well as increase the gas tax on diesel similar to gasoline at 19 cents tying both motor fuels to the index of inflation It is expected that the House will likely take action on the transportation package as early as next week May 14 2015 Michigan House of Representatives Speaker Kevin Cotter R Mt Pleasant released a new transportation funding plan with the hope of generating 1 05 billion by 2019 for Michigan roads primarily from projected state revenue that are expected to grow over time Highlights of the plan include To start increasing projected state revenues from General Fund would be dedicated to transportation funding over a four year period 350 million in 2016 525 million in 2017 and 700 million in 2018 and 2019 Elimination of the Earned Income Tax Credit to free up 117 million It would bring fuel tax fairness among electric and diesel vehicles for another 45 million Shifting funds from economic development to transportation including 75 million in tobacco settlement revenue that goes to the 21st Century Jobs Fund and 60 million from tribal gaming compacts Requiring competitive bidding for projects over 100 000 Requiring state and local road

    Original URL path: http://www.mnla.org/story/speaker_cotter_takes_first_stab_new_road_plan (2016-02-18)
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  • User account | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    About MNLA Home About Us Join Directions Contact Us Search form Search Membership Calendar of Events Legislation Compliance Publications Chapter Links Segment Councils Resources Industry Awards Century Club Classifieds NEW Member Services You are here Home Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password User account Username Enter your Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username 2016 MNLA The Michigan Nursery and

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  • Prevailing wage gets attention in Lansing | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    contracts for construction projects that are financially supported by the state must require the contractor to pay construction workers wages and benefits that are not less than the wages and benefits common in the locality where the work is to be performed Two proposals are underway to repeal the law 1 Senate Bill 3 sponsored by Sen Dave Robertson R Grand Blanc would repeal Public Act 166 the prevailing wage law The bill passed the Senate on May 14th by a vote of 22 15 and awaits consideration by the House Commerce and Trade Committee 2 The Protecting Michigan Taxpayers group has had petition language approved by the Board of State Canvassers allowing them to collect signatures in support of repealing the prevailing wage law The group has 180 days to collect 252 523 signatures and if achieved the Legislature has 40 session days to adopt or reject the proposal If the Legislature fails to act in that timeframe the proposal will be placed on the next general election ballot The key difference between the two initiatives is the Governor s role If Senate Bill 3 makes it to Governor Rick Snyder s desk it s expected he would veto

    Original URL path: http://www.mnla.org/story/prevailing_wage_gets_attention_lansing (2016-02-18)
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  • User account | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    About MNLA Home About Us Join Directions Contact Us Search form Search Membership Calendar of Events Legislation Compliance Publications Chapter Links Segment Councils Resources Industry Awards Century Club Classifieds NEW Member Services You are here Home Primary tabs Log in active tab Request new password User account Username Enter your Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association username Password Enter the password that accompanies your username 2016 MNLA The Michigan Nursery and

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  • Pesticide Winter Series | Michigan Nursery and Landscape Association
    County MSU Extension VerKuilen Building Entrance E 21885 Dunham Rd Clinton Twp MI 48036 Dec 3 2015 12 30p 4 30p Top Tree Challenges for 2016 Dr Dave Roberts MSU Topics Covered After losing Ulmus and Fraxinus to invasive pests and diseases several newer invasives threaten other valuable tree species Beech Bark Disease Oak Wilt Trellis Rust on Pyrus and new formulations of herbicides pose serious challenges to the health of trees in our nurseries and landscapes Accurate diagnostic and practical management procedures will be discussed Jan 14 2016 12 30p 4 30p Emerging Issues and Ideas John Stone MSU PSEP Topics Covered We will start off discussing invasive vegetation management identification of invasives and collaboration with other individuals and organizations who are concerned about invasives Next we ll address pesticide label group resistance numbers and modes of action And we ll finish the day with a hands on weed ID workshop Feb 25 2016 12 30p 4 30p FEB 25th CLASS IS FULL REGISTRATION IS CLOSED Pollinators and Pesticides Meghan Milbrath MSU Pollinators are essential for growing the foods we eat and for a healthy environment but many of the tools that we use to control pests can harm

    Original URL path: http://www.mnla.org/event/pesticide_winter_series_4 (2016-02-18)
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