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    Corridor Improvement Districts

    A Corridor Improvement Authority allows the use of tax increment financing to make capital improvements within an established commercial district. It allows communities that already have Downtown Development Authorities (DDAs) to extend similar benefits to aging commercial corridors outside the DDA district or that extend through more than one municipality.

    A CID is designed to assist economic development and redevelopment in established commercial districts. It allows communities to combine tax dollars from a variety of sources to leverage economic development dollars.

    For more information read the CID Fact Sheet published by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
    Madison Square  North Quarter       Uptown       
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    Madison Square CID North Quarter CID  Uptown CID ​
    Board Members Board Members​ Board Members
    Tom Cronkright II, Chair​ Jennifer Asselin, Chair​
    Tom Duthler, Secretary​ Duane Culver, Vice Chair​ Diane Griffin, Vice Chair​
    Jorge Gonzalas, Treasurer​ ​Laurie Williams, Secretary Amy Ruis, Secretary
    Com. Senita Lenear
    ​Deck Andrejczak Pamela Benjamin

    Boyd Griswold​ Com. Rosalynn Bliss​

    Com. Ruth Kelly​ Baird Hawkins
    Michael Koelzer​ ​Stephanie Johnson
    Teri Kelly

    Liquor Licensing
    There may be special considerations for businesses located within an Improvement District when applying for a Liquor License.