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Two Rivers City Council seeks redevelopment plans

5:48 PM, Feb. 6, 2013
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After reviewing a study that declared more than 50 acres of land in the city "blighted," the Two Rivers City Council is moving forward to find ways to fund redevelopment.

The study surveyed 100 properties located in the city's Central Harbor Area, which is on both sides of the East Twin River from the 22nd Street bridge to Seagull Marina and upstream from the West Twin River to the Washington Street bridge, according to a resolution approved Monday evening.

City Manager Greg Buckley said the term "blighted" doesn't mean the area is lacking maintenance, but certain blighted structures, such as ...

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