LANSING, MI (WILX) -- The Saginaw Street Corridor Improvement Authority (SSCIA) has created a community survey for area residents, business owners and property owners.
The survey was created to get more information about the community's ideas for improvements in the district.
The SSCIA is a group of residents, business owners and other stakeholders connected to the area of Saginaw and Oakland Streets. Members are appointed by Lansing Mayor Andy Schor and approved by the Lansing City Council to explore and present options to the council for improvements to the corridor.
The survey was posted on the city City of Lansing, Saginaw Oakland Commercial Association (SOCA) and the Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP) social channels and will be available until Aug. 22.
You can also find the survey here.
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