Tuesday, June 27, 2017

City of Ypsilanti Public Input Session: Help Make Ypsi A Better Place to Walk and Bicycle.

The City of Ypsilanti Non-Motorized Advisory Committee will be hosting an input session for the public on Wednesday, June 28. The public will be updated on city projects and is encouraged to give input regarding how to make Ypsilanti a better place to walk and bicycle. The City would also like input relating to access for the disabled.

The public input secession will be held at the Ypsilanti Freight House on Market Street in Depot Town. The session will begin at 7pm.The event will feature several speakers including representatives of the City Non-Motorized Advisory Committee, City Planning/Economic Dept, Downtown Development Authority, the Washtenaw County Parks & Recreation Commission (speaking about the Border To Border Trail status) the County Transportation-Planning Agency and Washtenaw Transportation Study.

Community input and suggestions will be collected and used by the City and County to update non motorized plans in relation to biking and walking. Suggestions/input will also be gathered by the County Parks Commission as far as improvements to the Border To Border Trail in the Water Street Development area in Ypsilanti.

Jeff Brown
Editor & Publisher
Purple Walrus Press.

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