Rep Noble Michigan residents demand better roads

first_img21Feb Rep. Noble: Michigan residents demand better roads Funding plan will streamline repairs for roads in Plymouth, Northville and CantonState Rep. Jeff Noble today joined his colleagues in the Michigan House to advance legislation that will benefit Michigan roadways as early as this summer.The $175 million proposal provides additional money for road preservation and construction projects, which Noble says are desperately needed.“As the snow melts away, we start to see the damage winter has left us – extreme potholes in our roadways that make driving treacherous,” said Noble, of Northville. “Repairs to automobiles caused by pothole damage takes money out of the pockets of Michigan residents. When that is happening, the quality of our state’s road system has to be addressed. I’m pleased the legislature has stepped up and provided this funding commitment for our residents.”Statewide funding distribution will include an estimated $6,484,466.83 to Wayne County and communities within Noble’s district are set to receive nearly $95,000 collectively.The money is left over from a previous state government budget cycle and is already available, meaning no budget cuts or additional fees or taxes are required for the investment. The money included in the bill approved today comes in addition to previous changes that provide more funding for road and bridge projects across the state.House Bill 4321 advances to the Senate for further consideration. Categories: News,Noble Newslast_img

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