Ann Arbor officials want input Wednesday on future of 721 N. Main property
Ann Arbor officials are holding a public meeting Wednesday, Oct. 10 to discuss city-owned property located at 721 N. Main St., and they want input from citizens.
The meeting is expected to last from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the Ann Arbor Community Center, 625 N. Main St.
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The city has a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency to pay for demolition of buildings on the site, but it's also hoping for state grant funding for other work.
"We're moving forward with the preliminary work to put in a request for a Natural Resources Trust Fund grant for the 721 N. Main property," Mayor John Hieftje said in a recent interview with AnnArbor.com.
"Now county parks has expressed a desire to participate in the matching money there because it's right across the street from making a connection to the Border-to-Border Trail."
For more information on Wednesday's meeting, contact Connie Pulcipher at email@example.com or call 734-794-6430 ext. 43731.
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