County commission could vote on a multi-purpose facility at the old Tecumseh product site next month


Tecumseh, Michigan – The Lenawee County Board of Commissioners continues to explore the possibility of constructing a county multi-use facility on the site of the former Tecumseh Products property.

Earlier this summer, the county announced that the campus… if built… will house events, businesses, organizations and recreational activities… if developed.

The market and economic analysis is in its final stages and has been sent to the Lenawee County Council of Commissioners for review. Lenawee County Administration and project team members continue to meet with county, state and regional partners to determine environmental concerns, construction costs, and potential funding sources.

The concept of “The Phoenix” emerged with reference to this project. The Phoenix, a mythological bird from Greek mythology, a creature that rose from its ashes, transforming from death to life.

The Lenawee County Council of Commissioners is currently reviewing the draft market and economic analysis of the proposed project.

An update will be given to the Lenawee County Board of Commissioners at their October 13 meeting. The final presentation to the Council of Commissioners will take place on October 20 at 7 p.m., at which time they can choose to vote on this project.

County administration and commissioners welcome feedback from communities.

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* Courtesy of Lenawee County Media *

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