Chapleau residents will have a chance next week to give input on plans for downtown revitalization.
The Township's announced plans for an open house to review and discuss conceptual plans for the project.
Speaking after Chapleau Town Council the February 11th Council meeting, Mayor Michael Levesque explained firm AECOM had presented that preliminary work.
At the time, Mayor Levesque said the next step is applying for grants to apply the plan, which would also include some beautification in addition to the infrastructure work.
Shortly after that, FedNor announced $120,000 to help the Township "contract the professional services required to undertake planning, design, and engineering activities to support capital infrastructure upgrades to its downtown core", including developing detailed designs and engineering schematics, construction cost estimates, and the creation of a capital funding strategy.
The open house will be held Wednesday, March 6th, from 4 pm to 8 pm in the Community Hall at 4 Maple Street.