By Seth Kinker, email@example.com
The Village of Manchester passed a grant resolution during last week’s village council meeting that was required for funding for the River Raisin Project
Although more paperwork is still ahead, the passing of resolution No. 17-0906 is important because it was the only resolution needed for the River Raisin Project.
The resolution is needed by the Michigan Department of Natural Resources for the Village Council’s commitment after the project is approved through the state budget.
Passing of this resolution will “appropriate fall funds necessary to complete the project during the project period and to provide $320,000 dollars to match the grant authorized by the MDNR.”
The primary focus of the River Raisin Project is the installation of a new riverside park in downtown Manchester.