Governor Warner Mansion Feasibility Study presented
A Governor Warner Mansion Feasibility Study was presented at the Feb. 18 City Council Meeting by city-contracted engineers OHM Advisors.
The Warner Mansion and Gardens have been owned and maintained by the City of Farmington since 1980. The historic home of Michigan’s 26th Governor holds significant historical value for the City but is currently limited in its on-site programming and operations. This study seeks to answer what initiatives, programs or improvements would attract additional usage and align with the desires of the Farmington community. The study considers the site’s existing conditions and utilizes community engagement to develop a series of alternatives for consideration by the City of Farmington.
The study, along with a link for public comments can be found by clicking: https://www.farmgov.com/Community/Parks-and-Recreation/Warner-Mansion/Mansion-Feasibility-Study-Report.aspx
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