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Hogan-Pancost Open House


Hogan-Pancost area flooding, 1969

We encourage you  to attend an open house hosted by the city to review a development proposal for the Hogan-Pancost site.  It  is this Wednesday (1/30) at 5:00 pm at the Manhattan Middle School cafeteria. A number of the neighbors are going to meet at 4:00 pm on the east end of Kewanee just south of the school. We’ll be looking at the site and going over the issues.

You may be surprised to see just where the proposed flood channel runs and how close it is to homes (18 feet from someone’s bedroom window). The (now) quiet neighborhood street that 80% of the development traffic will use will see at least a 10-fold increase in traffic if this development goes in.

Please take a moment to look over our presentations, videos, write ups and other materials on the project here:

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