Category: Community Published on Friday, 12 October 2012 09:51 Written by Eric Lacy, mlive
DETROIT, MI - The Detroit Riverfront Conservancy will host a community meeting Oct. 17 at the UAW-GM Center for Human Resources that's expected provided an update about the riverfront's development plans.
An interesting note on the Riverfront Conservancy's website about the meeting location at 200 Walker Street: "Ample underground parking for U.S. manufactured cars. All other vehicles to use street parking."
The non-profit RiverFront Conservancy was formed in 2003 and has made plenty of progress on five and a half miles of riverfront from the Ambassador Bridge to just east of the MacArthur (Belle Isle) Bridge.
A YouTube video about the organization's development plans can be found below:
Watch the video Here
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