In the latest episode of the Rural Insights Podcast, David Haynes sits down with Northern Michigan University alumni Nick Sizeland, Mitch Foster, and Brian Chapman to discuss their current roles as young leaders in three Michigan cities and the challenges they are currently facing, and how they are working to overcome those challenges in their respective cities.
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