MICHIGAN CITY — The city is exploring the possibility of creating a committee to prioritize projects and decide how its allotment of over $16 million in American Rescue Plan Act money should be spent.

Mayor Duane Parry hosted a workshop on Monday, at which time he said he’d like to establish a 10-person committee, made up of three members of his administration, three Michigan City Common Council members, one person from the small business sector, one person from the nonprofit sector and one person “from redevelopment.”

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