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Lots of Interest in the Commerce Shell Building

November 19, 2014
Lots of Interest in the Commerce Shell Building

Members of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission were updated by City Attorney Sean Surrisi on the Garmong Commerce Building in TIF District #3. Surrisi said, “There’s been a lot of activity out there.” Mayor Mark Senter and Surrisi met with a prospect on Monday and they have another meeting on Thursday. He said, “It seems...
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Troyer Group Presents Redevelopment with 5 Concepts of Downtown Park

September 21, 2011
Troyer Group Presents Redevelopment with 5 Concepts of Downtown Park

09/22/11 The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission got their first look at design concepts for the proposed downtown park. Appearing before the Commission on Tuesday night was Michael Reese, landscape architect, of the Troyer Group ofMishawaka. Reese passed out five hand sketched concept drawings and asked for feedback on what parts of each drawing they preferred....
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Cook/Dimmitt Building Purchased by City

August 18, 2011

08/19/11 Plymouth City Attorney, Nelson Chipman, shared a light-hearted moment with the members of the Redevelopment Commission on August 16 during their regular meeting. Chipman said, “The city is now the proud owner of a building ready to fall down.” Chipman was referring to the building just south of the Yellow River Bridge on...
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Redevelopment Commission Meets

June 16, 2010

06/16/10 The next work on the Oak Road project in Plymouth could begin in October or November if the remaining two parcels of right-a-way space can be obtained. At a meeting of the Plymouth Redevelopment Commission on Tuesday night, City Attorney Nelson Chipman said there were ten parcels needed to move forward with the...
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City Council Approves $700,000 to Redevelopment Commission

June 10, 2010

06/10/10 The Plymouth City Council held a special meeting this week to consider a substantial loan to the Redevelopment Commission. City Attorney Nelson Chipman presented the resolution authorizing a loan in the amount of $700,000 in support of the US 30 and Pioneer Drive/Pine Road TIF (tax incremental finance) District.  The resolution establishes the...
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Special City Council Meeting to Consider $700,000 Loan to Redevelopment Commission

June 7, 2010

06/07/10 Members of the Plymouth Common Council will have a tough decision to make during a special meeting scheduled for Monday, June 7th at 6 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall. City Attorney Nelson Chipman will present a resolution that authorizes a loan in the amount of $700,000 to the Plymouth Redevelopment...
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Architects Share Drawings of South Gateway Project

June 4, 2010

06/04/10 The Plymouth Redevelopment Commission recently received a update on the South Gateway Project by John Jackson of Ratio Architects. Jackson shared information and drawings depicting where they are with a design for the Dimmitt property.  He said, “We have been concentrating our energy and the funding on the east side of South Michigan...
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