City of TC to Host Public Pier Design Workshop on Nov. 19

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The City of Traverse City is hosting a Public Pier Design Workshop on Wednesday, Nov. 19 from 7-9pm at the Governmental Center (400 Boardman Ave., Traverse City, MI.) All community members are invited to attend and provide input regarding location, uses, needs, and impacts of pier alternatives. The newly designed pier will provide unique, outstanding access for people of all ages, needs and abilities to fish for migratory and other species, and to learn about the Great Lakes, the importance of stewardship and the value, challenges and opportunities involving the fishery. The City's goal is to complete the design, preliminary engineering, studies and construction drawings and details to build an approx. 550 foot, universally accessible fishing pier at the mouth of the Boardman River on Grand Traverse Bay. Disability Network hopes to have individuals with disabilities and their families at the workshop to share ideas and ensure the new design is universally accessible.

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