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|State Harbor open house is Wed.|
|Written by Cheboygan Daily Tribune|
|Tuesday, 19 February 2008 15:52|
MACKINAW CITY- The Michigan Department of Natural Resources officials have finished the design for a Mackinaw State Harbor and are asking for public comment during an open house Wednesday.
The new Mackinaw State Harbor, which is the redevelopment of the old state car ferry dock, will add up to 129 transient slips and include harbor buildings, floating piers, roads, parking, pedestrian walkways and many environmentally friendly, sustainable design elements, explained Ron Olson, chief of the DNR's Parks and Recreation Division.
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