Mullet River Corridor Study earns planning award



The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA-WI) presented an award Sept. 23 to the City of Plymouth and MSA Professional Services, Madison, for the Mullet River Corridor Study. Planners from Michigan and Minnesota selected the project as a winner in the Plan Document category. The award was presented at the APA-WI conference recently held in Appleton. “The Mullet River Corridor Study takes a holistic approach in addressing the future relationship that the City of Plymouth will have with the Mullet River. The plan is well written and can be easily understood by those without a planning background,” one juror said. This plan, adopted by the city last November, studies the Mullet River corridor in the city from State 23 through downtown to County PP as an aesthetic, recreational and economic amenity that affects or is enjoyed by all Plymouth residents and visitors. The project considers various projects and improvements that may enhance the use and health of this valuable community resource. Accepting the planning award were (left to right) Andrew Bremer, AICP, MSA Professional Services; Brian Yerges, Plymouth city administrator/utilities manager; and Stephen Tremlett, AICP, CNU, MSA Professional Services. Submitted photo The Wisconsin Chapter of the American Planning Association (APA-WI) presented an award Sept. 23 to the City of Plymouth and MSA Professional Services, Madison, for the Mullet River Corridor Study. Planners from Michigan and Minnesota selected the project as a winner in the Plan Document category. The award was presented at the APA-WI conference recently held in Appleton. “The Mullet River Corridor Study takes a holistic approach in addressing the future relationship that the City of Plymouth will have with the Mullet River. The plan is well written and can be easily understood by those without a planning background,” one juror said. This plan, adopted by the city last November, studies the Mullet River corridor in the city from State 23 through downtown to County PP as an aesthetic, recreational and economic amenity that affects or is enjoyed by all Plymouth residents and visitors. The project considers various projects and improvements that may enhance the use and health of this valuable community resource. Accepting the planning award were (left to right) Andrew Bremer, AICP, MSA Professional Services; Brian Yerges, Plymouth city administrator/utilities manager; and Stephen Tremlett, AICP, CNU, MSA Professional Services. Submitted photo

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