Public Input Session for Flint’s New Master Plan to be Held Tonight
Officials for the City of Flint are hosting a public input session tonight for the new Master Plan draft.
Tonight’s session will be held at Bethlehem Temple Church located at 3401 Martin Luther King Blvd. from 5:30 – 7:00 p.m. The session will be an opportunity for residents of the Third Ward and surrounding area to discuss the master plan topics that relate to that specific area.
The master plan is a guide that will address land use, economic development, public safety and blight for the next twenty years. It’s the first time in more than 60 years a new plan has been drafted and the public can give their input during a 63-day public comment period.
For more information on the master plan and other upcoming input sessions, visit ImagineFlint.com.