N3 asked the Mayors of our local cities to provide us with a bit of a review of the past year as well as a little preview for what might be coming down the pike for 2020.
Our first offering featured the city of Grant.
Our next piece vivited the county seat of White Cloud
Now we head west to get the skinny on what’s happening as well as what might be on tap in the fine city of Fremont.
In 2019 the Darling Walkway Project was completed, with benches contributed by community members.
For the ever growing and avid pickleballers among us an outdoor court was opened on Sheridan Street.
The much anticipated arrival of the Meijer Superstore became a reality in May and Wesco opened the doors to a new Superstation on Stewart.
The ‘Farmlandscape’ at Ceres Solutions Co-Op was relocated and the Cedar Street Extension was completed offering an alternate truck route to help relieve downtown traffic congestion.
The Locust Hill development saw the opening of four new condominiums and Green Acres, the popular Senior Transitional Housing completed ‘Phase 2’ adding 20 additional residential spaces.
And in order to save on the cost of ‘off year’ elections voting for city officials will now take place on even years.
Plans for 2020 include the “Inspired Hands mural which will be installed at One East Mainon the east wall and a celebration for the 25th anniversary of the Friendship City Program with Yahaba Japan.
The city will continue to promote the need for more market value as well as income based housing and move forward with video marketing of our industrial park.
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