Plymouth officials resume ‘Coffee with Commissioners’ this week

Sep. 7, 2022  PLYMOUTH VOICE.

Plymouth Michigan News


After a long hiatus area residents and concerned citizens will have an ideal opportunity to get acquainted with their Plymouth City Commissioners in an informal setting, ask questions and discuss hot button issues.

Plymouth City Commission has scheduled the first in a series of Coffee with a Commissioner chats on Sept. 9, starting at 9:00 a.m. at the Coffee Bean, located at 884 Penniman.

The sessions are open to the public and provide a unique opportunity for community members to learn more about the position of the city officials on various topics of interest regarding neighborhoods and business districts.


Possible topics for discussion are:



Plans for the long idle Saxton property opposite Kellogg Park


Development of Saxton Propeerty; mystery since 2012


Saxton’s development approved by planners


Jewell Maple Townhome Project underway in Plymouth



“Parklets” for downtown restaurants


Current curb-side dining rules stay in effect this year – Parklets to add “vibe”


Sidewalks should be for transportation – not auxiliary restaurant space


Study Session to review permanent outdoor dining for Plymouth restaurants



Increasing the number of liquor licenses in downtown Plymouth


City vows – no more liquor licenses


Liquor buy-back program may help Plymouth’s 26 Licensees


Plymouth OK’s new liquor license request



Future parking plans and paid parking


Plymouth Commission to discuss paid parking


City officials resurrect paid parking plan



Bicycle lanes and downtown traffic problems


Bike lanes coming to downtown Plymouth


Road improvement continue throughout Plymouth


Big Changes as infrastructure improvement program begins



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