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Downtown Blissfield facade upgrade unveiled

Proposed facade upgrades for a downtown Blissfield building have been unveiled by the Blissfield Downtown Development Authority and Main Street Program. The building, at 116 W. Adrian St., houses Dave Walters P.C. and is viewed as a key building in the village’s revitalizing efforts, said Michael Sessions, Main Street manager.

In a news release announcing the design, Sessions said Kelly Larson, a design specialist in the State Historic Preservation Office, created renderings after meeting with Walters. Their discussions included talk about how to address the needs of the business while considering the historical character of the building.

“The intent of the proposed design is to outline both a short- and long-term improvement plan that will enhance the appearance of the building and business,” Sessions said. “Being a significant historic building in the downtown and highly visible, improvements will have the potential to help provide an important and attractive gateway into the downtown.”

The Blissfield DDA/Main Street Program received the design services from the Michigan Main Street Center in partnership with the State Historic Preservation Office at the Michigan State Housing Development Authority as part of Blissfield’s participation in the Michigan Main Street program. The design services are provided at no cost to the property owner as one of the benefits of Blissfield being part of the Selected Level of the Michigan Main Street Program.

Information about the design services and the Blissfield DDA/Main Street Program is available at www.BlissfieldMainStreet.com.

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