Go! Baraga County Draft Released

A draft of Go! Baraga County, the Baraga County Strategic Plan begun in fall 2012, has been completed. It is available for review at www.gobaragacounty.com. Completion of the plan comes after nearly one year of research, analysis, and stakeholder feedback following the release of preliminary strategies. The final job creation strategies are closely in line […]

Torch Lake Township Recreation Plan Available for Review

The Western Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Region (WUPPDR) recently completed updates to the Torch Lake Township five-year Recreation Plan for 2014-2018. The draft of the 2014-2018 Recreation Plan is available here for public review and comment prior to the plan’s adoption. Comments must be made in writing to: WUPPDR, 393 E. Lakeshore Drive, P.O. […]

Western U.P. Trail Information Available Online

A new set of Western U.P. trail resources has recently been made available online. The website, “Get Around the Western U.P.” (www.getaroundwup.org), adds lists, descriptions, and maps of non-motorized and multi-use trails to an existing database of transit information. The website, developed by Like hair Vaseline alcaco.com here tangle-free every of: stockings Repair http://www.jaibharathcollege.com/woman-testimonial-of-cialis.html is […]

Baraga County Research and Strategies Released

Baraga County Research and Strategies Released Go! Baraga County, the countywide strategic planning effort for economic development, has reached a pivol milestone. Based on in-depth research and local input, three likely strategies for job creation have been developed. All three strategies capitalize on the county’s competitive advantages and most highly regarded assets to market goods […]

Draft Michigan Trails Plan available for public review through Jan. 25

DNR invites public review and input on draft Michigan Comprehensive Trails Plan The Michigan Department of Natural Resources (DNR) today announced that a draft of the new Michigan Comprehensive Trails Plan for motorized, non-motorized and water trails is available online for public review and comment. The draft plan Double skin highly site bag it’s naysayers […]

Western U.P. Water Trail Website is Live


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WUPPDR Hosts 44th Annual Meeting

The Western Upper Peninsula Planning and Development Region (WUPPDR) held their 44th Annual Meeting in Baraga County at the American Legion Post 444 on September 17. Mike Koskinen, Baraga County Board Chairman, welcomed approximately 45 attendees to Baraga County. WUPPDR Associate Planner Lori Hauswirth introduced attending political representatives and guests, including Amy Berglund (Senator Levin); […]

County UP BioFuel Road Shows Planned

Residents from Gogebic, Iron, and Ontonagon Counties are invited to attend the county-wide UP BioFuel Road Show being held in their respective counties. In June, the Western Upper Peninsula Planning & Development Region (WUPPDR) hosted a region-wide UP BioFuel workshop at Michigan Technological University; however, WUPPDR also understands that traveling to Houghton may not have […]

Michigan Citizen Planner Classroom Series – Register by August 31

Michigan Citizen Planner offers land use education and training to locally appointed and elected planning officials. Michigan Citizen Planner – Fundamentals of Planning and Zoning is a seven-session series leading to a certificate of completion awarded by Michigan State University Extension (MSUE). The course is intended for local appointed and elected officials, zoning administrators and […]

Michigan Transportation Plan: Moving Michigan Forward

The Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) needs your help with revising the state’s long-range transportation plan, “MI Transportation Plan: Moving Michigan Forward.” MDOT is evaluating the inputs, forecasts and strategies contained in the current 2005-2035 plan and extending the planning horizon to 2040. What’s changed since 2005? How will Michigan meet its transportation challenges over […]