Double track a dominant development

Craig Phillips

MICHIGAN CITY – Investments totaling $1 billion have poured into Michigan City since 2012 – $600 million in public funds and another $400 million in private money – and a major upcoming project could lift those figures even higher.

The annual report of the city’s Redevelopment Commission, and Planning and Inspection Department, presented last week to the Common Council, show how that money was spent, and outlines remaining goals for the near future.

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