Anne E Trelfa

Writer, Editor

Location icon United States of America

Content creator, collaborative, organized and making communication to connect people and organizations.
Three years writing experience across genres and Master of the Arts in English.

AND Magazine
Team building: An out-of-office experience | AND Magazine

There are several beautiful and unique locations in Flint & Genesee available for booking your next corporate-team building workshop. Some are rather new;others have been around for many years. One of the newest locations is the Flint Institute of Art's Hot Shop.

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Flint & Genesee businesses step toward a larger export market | AND Magazine

That figure includes businesses in Flint & Genesee, which collectively exported more than $535 million in product, produce and services globally in 2017 (the most recent annual data), according to the Office of Trade and Economic Analysis at U.S. Dept. of Commerce. And, thanks to support from the Michigan Economic Development Corp.

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Urbanization, greater walkability guiding redevelopment plans for vacant spaces | AND Magazine

In downtown Flint, two examples of this shift toward mixed-use developments currently underway are the YWCA building and the former Coolidge Elementary School. The YWCA building, 310 E. Third St., was recently demolished and construction will soon begin on the 97,910-square-foot, mixed-use development that will include retail, housing units and community-use spaces.

The HUB Flint
Flint millennials cut bills, build community - The Hub Flint

This feature is the second in our series about new investments in Flint and the people behind neighborhood redevelopment efforts, which are helping longtime residents reap dividends from their dedication to our community and enticing newcomers to take hold. - TheHUB Flint In a city with a low cost of living, and buzzing with urban [...]

The HUB Flint
Kettering University teams with neighborhoods, city to reimagine Flint - The Hub Flint

A walk through the University Avenue Corridor (UAC) today looks much different than it did five years ago. With Kettering University leading the way, the neighborhood residents and businesses are making a positive change and taking pride in their communities. Kettering has been an integral part of the Flint community for nearly a century and [...]

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Blight be gone: Neighbors clean up Shady Acres Mobile Home Park - The Hub Flint

While downtown Flint renovations are moving at an exponential pace, some of the neighborhoods of Flint are experiencing a much slower transition. But, thanks to concerned neighbors banding together and organizing clean-ups, change is happening. Shady Acres Mobile Home Park, at 4615 Western Road, used to be filled with families and more than 100 single-wide ...