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Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council Asking for Public Input Before New Project Begins in Petoskey

The Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council has decided to take input from the public with a new survey before starting a new green infrastructure project for Petoskey.

Before using the grant of $22,600 from the Petoskey-Harbor Springs Area Community Foundation, the council will be getting the public’s input on ways to prevent storm water flooding with green storm water infrastructure.

“It’s a really great opportunity for people to give us their feedback, and then our hopes is that in the future we will be able to apply for grant funds to actually implement these projects,” Lauren Dey, the Watershed management Coordinator for Tip of the Mitt Watershed Council said.

Ten possible locations were identified by an engineer in the Petoskey area, with the main locations being the historical museum, Petoskey Street and the parking lot on Michigan and Howard Street.

As of this morning the survey has been posted on the watershed councils’ website. To complete the survey, .

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