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Public Participation Plan
MITW Public Participation Plan Final
The project schedule is subject to change. The schedule will be periodically updated, as necessary, and posted on the website.

Transportation/Land Use Task Force
Transportation/Land Use Task Force Membership List

Your Input is Requested!
As the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin embarks on this project to develop a Long-Range Transportation Plan and Land Use Plan, it seeks input from Tribal Members such as you. Do you have concerns about the existing road system or transit system? Does the existing housing fill your needs, how do you feel about the natural resources within the Reservation, are you satisfied with the recreational facilities that exist, do you have concerns about public safety, community health, public water, waste water, and other public facilities and utilities? Now is the time to voice your concerns and influence the planning that the Tribe is currently undertaking. Comments can be addressed to Lew Boyd or to MITW Community Development Department. Please see the link to the project website that can be found on the left side of this webpage for more information.

MITW -- Long Range Transporation and Land Use Plans
East Central Wisconsin Regional Planning Commission (ECWRPC) will be assisting the Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin (MITW) in the preparation of two planning documents; a Long Range Transportation Plan and Land Use Plan. These plans will be used to build and document the consensus of the Menominee Indian Community for the future use priorities of the Tribe‚Äôs ancestral homeland. Funding for this project was obtained through a HUD Sustainable Communities Planning Grant which was awarded to Niijii Enterprises. Work has already begun on this joint planning effort, which began with the development of a public participation plan that is considered to be a key component in the planning process. It is anticipated that the planning portion of the project will be completed by December 31, 2012. A public informational meeting is being planned that will be used to assist in the identification of issues, visioning and opportunities for both planning efforts.  
Upcoming Meetings
September 2012 -- Transportation Plan & Land Use Plan Newsletter
June 2012 -- Transportation Plan & Land Use Plan Newsletter