September 15, 2008

Livonia council to hear residents’ worries

Detroit Free Press
Residents can share their concerns with city officials Wednesday when the City Council discusses plans to redevelop the Livonia Mall, bringing the city closer to rehabilitating a long-standing eyesore in northeast Livonia.

The structure will be demolished, and rather than a single structure with a common, enclosed space connecting stores replacing it, the new Livonia Marketplace will look more like Wonderland Village and Tel-12 shopping center in Southfield.

But one issue expected to generate debate is the possibility of a 24-hour operation in the complex.


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