There have been a number of ideas kicked around about what to do with the former McLouth Steel Products site located along the Detroit River in Trenton.
While Gerald Brown was mayor, there was talk about turning the entire site into condominiums where people could dock their boats right in front of their condos.
The idea never became more than talk, with a few mock ups of what the condos might have looked like.
Now that the Environmental Protection Agency has authorized a $650,000 grant aimed at cleaning up areas to be used for brownfield redevelopment projects Downriver, there is no better time to offer ideas as to what should become of the McLouth Steel Products site.
Patch wants to hear your ideas, no matter how crazy or impractical.
What should become of the former McLouth Steel site? Answer in the comment section below.