Peninsula Township considers stormwater fix (MI)

Two Peninsula Township neighborhoods could get special assessment districts aimed at fixing persistent flooding problems.  The township is seeking public comment at a Jan. 10 hearing for the districts, one of which centers on Old Mission Estates and includes Braemar Drive with sections of Peninsula Drive and Nelson Road, according to a hearing notice. The other is centered on Logan Hills and is bound by McKinley Road to the north, Westwind Road to the east, Peninsula Drive to the west and nearly touches Mathison Road to the south.  Township Supervisor Rob Manigold said the districts will give residents more control than previously proposed drainage districts that targeted the same issues. They’ve been in the works for some time and are nearing completion.    Read the article…………..


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