Narrows Plan Hearing Draws a Crowd

The Enterprise reports that last Tuesday’s Leland Township Planning Commission hearing on the controversial Provemont Village site condominium development proposal in Lake Leelanau attracted a crowd estimated at 400 people, which would make it one of the largest public meetings in the county’s history. According to the article:

Commission chair Stephen Clem said an overwhelming majority of speakers opposed the dock portion of the proposal, though most did not take issue with the condominium plan. Speakers said the proposed marina would create a serious navigation and safety hazard, would be harmful to the environment, and would set a precedent to allow similar projects to be constructed along the shores of the Narrows.

Read Hearing draws huge crowd on Narrows plan controversy in the Leelanau Enterprise.