Michigan commission hears details on Boyne City SurgCenter project — 4 insights

An outpatient surgical center could be coming to Boyne City, Mich., Petoskey News-Review reports.

Four insights:

1. The Boyne City SurgCenter would offer outpatient surgical procedures in a 7,200-square-foot space.

2. The development would create up to 20 jobs.

3. Gosling Czubak Engineering Sciences' Darren Graham presented an overview of the project and its floor plan to the Boyne City Planning Commission April 15, on behalf of the proposed facility's owners.

4. Mr. Graham plans to attend the Boyne City Planning Commission's May 20 meeting to apply for project review.

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