Locals seek more county money to fix streets (MI)

Canton, alone, received $3 million for 20 street-repair projects in aging subdivisions where homeowner groups agreed to plunk down another 20 percent — or $600,000 — in matching dollars. Officials say the repairs, while not a panacea for widespread problems, offer a Band-aid for some neighborhoods.     Read the article…………..


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