Community centers, housing and groceries: Group proposes $28M in Saginaw investments

SAGINAW, MI — Support for existing community centers and neighborhood revitalization programs as well as investments in new ventures — including a grocery store and a behavioral health clinic — were among federal stimulus spending ideas recommended by a Saginaw City Council-appointed advisory group.

The council last week received from the 15-person committee a report outlining nine recommendations that total almost $28 million in investments.

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