LANSING, MI - Michigan Governor Whitmer visited businesses in Coldwater and Hillsdale Wednesday.
The Michigan Governor was promoting the MI New Economy plan. The initiative has a goal to grow the middle class, support small businesses and invest in local communities.
One of the businesses Whitmer stopped by was Mastronardi’s Produce, a fourth-generation family-owned produce company that first brought commercial greenhouse growing to North America.
The second business Whitmer stopped by was the Keefer House in Hillsdale where they are renovated into a 34-room boutique hotel in the heart of downtown Hillsdale. This project includes commercial space on the ground floor as well as hotel space with modern amenities, a welcoming lobby and a restaurant.
The long-vacant Keefer House is a contributing building to the city of Hillsdale’s National Register of Historic Places commercial district.
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