The Michigan City Historic Review Board usually meets in a conference room, large enough for the board members to sit around a table and discuss agenda items, with maybe a couple members of the public and other interested parties to squeeze in if they choose.

That room wasn't going to suffice this past Monday as residents, stakeholders and board members packed the Emergency Operations Center at City Hall for this latest meeting.

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