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These three women entrepreneurs are making sure Detroit brides have every dream come true.
Kristin London, owner of Detroit Bridal House (17576 Parkside St.)
A community meeting will be held on August 16 for residents in and around Livernois-McNichols to discuss proposed streetscape improvements to the area.
Top of the agenda for residents? A chance to sound off on the long-debated median along Livernois Avenue, which has been a source of back-and-forth for Detroiters for years. The City of Detroit Planning Department is looking to take feedback on possibly removing the median completely and instead widening the street or widening the sidewalk.
A community meeting will be held on August 1 for residents in and around the Livernois-6 Mile neighborhoods to discuss design-centric improvements to the area.
The meeting is hosted by the City of Detroit’s Planning and Development Department as part of Design Center in a Box, a collaboration between the Cdepartment and the Detroit Collaborative Design Center at UD Mercy. It is funded by the Knight Foundation’s Cities Challenge.
District 2 residents are invited to discuss a pair of proposed streetscapes along the Livernois Avenue corridor during a community meeting with the City of Detroit Planning and Development Department Thursday night.
The two proposed options primarily affect the Avenue of Fashion between the University of Detroit Mercy and Eight Mile Road. Residents are asked to voice their feedback on whether to add bike lanes or an extended sidewalk on both sides of Livernois.
Remember that Detroit Land Bank Authority auction a few weeks back where a home on Wildemere Street sold for $255,000? Did you bid on it and feel the crushing defeat of not being able to swing a University District home at a potential bargain? Did your insides curdle when you knew that Pewabic tiled fireplace, original steam registers and all those French doors would fall into the hands of someone else?
Chante Adams answered the phone in such an upbeat voice that I couldn’t help but smile. She’s warm, personable, charismatic, and sincere with the telltale twang of a grounded Detroit accent. The 23-year-old Detroit native has a lot to be excited about: her breakout role as pioneering rapper Roxanne Shante in Netflix’s Roxanne Roxanne debuts in March.
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