Manistee council hosting 3 public hearings on River Street property – Manistee News Advocate

Manistee council hosting 3 public hearings on River Street property – Manistee News Advocate

Manistee City Council meets at 7 p.m. on the first, second and third Tuesday each month at Manistee City Hall, 70 Maple St. 
MANISTEE — The agenda for the Manistee City Council meeting on Tuesday is a lengthy one featuring three public hearings and nine new business items that council members are expected to vote on. 
Manistee City Council meets at 7 p.m. on the first, second and third Tuesday each month at Manistee City Hall, 70 Maple St. 
• A request has been made by River Street Hotel, LLC to establish an Obsolete Property Rehabilitation District for 348 River St. for redevelopment of the property. 
During the new business portion of the meeting, council could then approve a resolution establishing an Obsolete Property Rehabilitation District for the property.
• The second hearing also centers on the 348 River St. property
An application was received from River Street Hotel for an Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate for the property. 
During the new business portion of the meeting, council could approve a resolution to approve an Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Certificate application from River Street Hotel for the property. 
• The third public hearing addresses a brownfield plan for the River Street Hotel redevelopment project.
During the new business portion of the meeting, council could adopt a resolution approving the Brownfield Plan for the River Street Hotel redevelopment.
The Manistee Area Leadership Program is facilitating the installation of a life jacket loaning station for the public.
Council could authorize the station to be installed, the location of installation and agree that the city would maintain the station once installed.
Council could adopt a resolution to establish compensation and compensation increases for the Manistee Housing Commission director.
The city allocated $20,000 of American Rescue Plan Act funds in the current budget and Salt City Rock and Blues, Inc has also dedicated funds toward a market/feasibility study to determine the appropriate size and operation of a beach amphitheater at First Street Beach and Douglas Park. 
Council could establish an ad hoc Amphitheater Market and Feasibility Study RFP Committee, designate a member of council to serve on the committee.
Tuesday’s meeting agenda also shows a State of the Streets presentation on upcoming city road work plans and a presentation by the Manistee Recreation Association. 
See the full council agenda at manisteemi.gov.
I mainly grew up in Gladwin, but have moved around living in other states and even in Japan for a time. I attended Mid Michigan Community College and Central Michigan University where I studied journalism, cultural anthropology and Japanese language and culture. I have won a list of Michigan Press Association awards in categories like investigative enterprise reporting, as well as other journalistic awards such as the Inland Press Association Newsroom Contest award for my contextual coverage of Great Lakes drownings, and was a top-20 winner of the Hearst Radio Competition’s collegiate category.  Prior to the News Advocate, I was the editor in chief and a reporter for the Gaylord Herald Times, a reporter for CMU Public Radio, a reporter for CM-Life newspaper and the Laker Current.

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