The 11th Street corridor is shown last winter. The City of Niles and Niles Charter Township are working on a plan to improve the corridor. Give public input Tuesday. Daily Star file photo

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Published 9:36pm Wednesday, December 7, 2011

Anyone interested in the future development of 11th Street (and especially business and property owners along the corridor) is invited to attend a final public input meeting at 6 p.m. Tuesday at the Brandywine Middle/Senior High School Media Center, 1700 Bell Rd. in Niles (corner of Bell Road and 17th Street).

Consultants will show maps and corresponding renderings of possible future development designs for discussion. The planning committee is interested in feedback and comments on the design alternatives and recommendations included in the plan.

Assistance with the development of the corridor plan is being provided by Land Information Access Association (LIAA), a nonprofit community service organization based in Traverse City. LIAA’s support is provided under a service grant from the Partnerships for Change Sustainable Communities Program.

Call Shelley Klug or Katie Furner at the Southwestern Michigan Economic Growth Alliance office at (269) 683-1833 with questions.

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