MICHIGAN CITY — More than 100 people showed up to Tuesday’s meeting of the Michigan City Common Council, many to voice their concerns about two items on the agenda and two others not on it.

Typically, City Council meetings don’t draw a quarter of that many attendees, but every seat in the Council Chambers at City Hall was filled, with additional citizens standing along the walls and in the vestibule just outside throughout the four-hour meeting.

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