Monroe County Commissioner Mark Brant not too long ago donated 1.163 acres of land to the county for use for its Loop Path Undertaking.
The county formally accepted the donation final Tuesday. The parcel is situated in Raisinville Township, west of Raisinville Street and south of North Custer Street, and options simply over 213 ft of frontage on the River Raisin.
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Brant, the chair of the county board of commissioners, is the only member of 5 Starr Holdings, LLC, the corporate which owns the property, in response to a letter written to the board by legal professional Philip D. Goldsmith, whose legislation agency represents the county.
“…The location is proposed to be used as a leisure loop trailhead finish, public entry to the River Risin, and associated leisure functions,” Goldsmith wrote. “The actual property donation is conditioned upon approval by the State of Michigan and/or any of its political subdivisions, together with, however not restricted to the Michigan Division of Pure Sources’ for a public leisure website with river entry…”
The Loop Path Undertaking goals so as to add six-and-a-half miles of recent, devoted pathways for bikers and runners in Monroe County. When completed, it’s going to join Monroe Excessive Faculty, the Monroe County Neighborhood School, the Monroe County Intermediate Faculty District, the Ellis Department of the Monroe County Library, the River Raisin Nationwide Battlefield Park and Sterling State Park, amongst different native points of interest and vital buildings.
“Because the mission supervisor for the Loop Path Undertaking, I wish to acknowledge the generosity of Mr. Mark Brant for his land donation to the county,” stated County Administrator and Chief Monetary Officer, Michael Bosanac. “The location, at it is potential, will function an entry level into the Raisin River, as a path head to park and and entry the Loop Path and assist customer parking for occasions on the North Territorial Park.
“The timing of this land donation permits for the absolute best coordination of the design of the Loop Path and roadway signalization on the intersection of the Raisinville Street Bridge and North Custer Street,” Bosanac continued. “Working with the (Monroe County) Street Fee on this coordinated strategy gives for the total imaginative and prescient of this space as one in every of our quality-of-life initiatives. It helps us tie collectively the path, river entry, further capability to assist (Monroe County) Museum occasions on the website and the protection enhancements at this intersection.”