Roads & Construction

Published November 17, 2015

LANSING — While Gov. Rick Snyder and members of the state Legislature seem pleased with the road funding package signed into law Nov. 10, local leaders are cynical regarding whether it will provide any helpful financing to deal with crumbling infrastructure.

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Published November 11, 2015

GROSSE POINTE CITY — Efforts to unify and beautify the appearance of the City’s small but important business district along Fisher Road are moving forward.

The Grosse Pointe City Council unanimously approved the creation of a special assessment district Oct. 20 at a cost not to exceed $222.22 per lineal foot over a five-year payback period for property owners to help pay for the project, which is estimated at $611,686, not including project management and engineering costs. 

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Published November 11, 2015

While neighbors have been living with dirt and dust for months, the city said that the new way of replacing a water main is actually causing less of a disruption than the old method would have.

“It’s a different style of work than we’ve done before on a water main,” said Department of Public Works Director Bryan Babcock Nov. 3. “We’re pulling a new 8-inch water main through an old water main. It’s increasing the capacity of the pipe and we’re able to pull about 1,200 feet of water main at a time.”

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