Blissfield DDA/Main Street will meet at Schultz-Holmes Memorial Library, 407 S. Lane St., at 6 p.m. Wednesday to discuss whether to form a downtown historic district.
Kelly Larson of the Michigan Main Street Center and the Michigan Historic Preservation Office will give a presentation. The community, especially downtown building owners, is invited.
Blissfield has two buildings on the national register: the David Carpenter House, commonly known as the Hathaway House, and First Presbyterian Church. Many sites are on the state’s list.
For information, contact Patricia Rayl, DDA/Main Street director, at 517-486-3642 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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