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What’s The Bottom Line On The King Street Renewal

What’s The Bottom Line On The King Street Renewal

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It s interesting that Midland wants to revamp the main street. Some changes may be beneficial but looking at the rendering in the Mirror, I just wonder if winter conditions have been considered in the equation. There is also the fact that Midland’s main street is located between two sizeable elevations within a block east and west of this thoroughfare. It would also be beneficial for the tax payers of our fair town to know the bottom line for this renewal proposal or at least the initial design plan.

J. Morgan, Midland

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  1. You wana make downtown look better ? Get rid of all the skids and losers that just hand around down there. Taking there 3 year old kids and younger to hang out at Tim Hortons at like 11pm and later to stand around there shit rusted trucks. Welcome to dirt Ville!!!

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