Category Archives: Public safety

Moving in the Right Direction: West Front St.

As you cross Union St. walking west on Front St. you quickly transition from the embrace of downtown into an exposed and uncomfortable environment for the next half-mile to Division St. If you are in a car, the transition is masked by … Continue reading

Posted in Economic Development, Public safety, Social Capital

What do you envision for Division? Public comment sought

The Michigan Department of Transportation has begun a Planning and Environmental Linkages (PEL) process for the roughly one mile of Division St. from 14th St. north to Grandview Parkway. This Tuesday the public is invited to provide feedback on how it envisions … Continue reading

Posted in Access and Mobility, Economic Development, Public safety

A Better Eighth St. starts with better access

The following originally ran in the Record Eagle on September 17–less than 12 hours after the re-striping of 8th St. If you’re on Twitter, help document the results with #TC8thSt This past summer the City Commission responded favorably to a recurring … Continue reading

Posted in Access and Mobility, Economic Development, Public safety