SOURCE: Michigan Talent and Economic Development
Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority to start demolition on property Monday, bring community vision to life
WHO: Josh Burgett, director of the Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority
WHAT: Michigan Land Bank Fast Track Authority to demolish long-blighted former window factory in an effort to bring value back to the property and community.
Demolition work will be performed by E.T. MacKenzie Company. And ongoing preparation for this project has been done in conjunction with the Lennon Village Council.WHEN/WHERE:
9 a.m. Monday, Dec. 3, 2018
11705 Lennon Rd., Lennon (corner of Oak St. and East Lennon Rd.).
*Demolition begins at 9 a.m.; Josh Burgett will be available from 9 to 10:30 a.m. for interviews.
The demolition of a long-blighted and vacant building clears an emotional and physical sore from the community and provides an opportunity for a brighter future for the community.
The Land Bank Fast Track Authority has been — and will continue to — work hand in hand with local leaders to help their vision become reality.
The mission of the Michigan Land Bank is to promote economic growth in this state through the acquisition, assembly and disposal of public property, including tax reverted property, in a coordinated manner to foster the development of that property, and to promote and support land bank operations at the county and local levels.
Learn more about the Land Bank by visiting michigan.gov/landbank.