Economic Resiliency Response Plan & Master Plan Update
Port Sheldon Township
Port Sheldon Township is soliciting proposals from experienced planning consultants to provide an Economic Resiliency Response Plan, which includes an update or rewrite of the Master Land Use Plan.
The announcement of the early closure of Consumers Energy’s J.H. Campbell Generating plant, scheduled for decommissioning in May of 2025, presents significant challenges for land use and strategic planning. The potential loss of tax revenue from the largest single payer, warrants an Economic Resiliency Response Plan, which will address future economic needs, and strategic planning for resiliency beyond the decommissioning of the coal plant.
Additionally, the Master Land Use Plan was written in 1995 and last updated in 2017, and in its current form is less than adequate to meet all the Township’s current and future needs.
Any questions may be directed to Mike Sabatino, Township Supervisor firstname.lastname@example.org
and CC: Amanda Murray email@example.com
View the Request for Proposals here.