A resolution is being considered Tuesday that authorizes the City Manager to enter into an Easement for Road Project agreement with MDOT; in exchange for the parcels of land, the City will get over $9,000 as fair market value.
Workers with the Operating Engineers Local 324 have been working without a contract this summer, and since they can’t come to an agreement with the Michigan Infrastructure and Transportation Association, the MITA has decided to lockout Local 324 workers from job sites.
According to the Commission's agenda, commissioners will vote on a resolution that would authorize the City Manager to sign a contract with the Michigan Department of Transportation for the project, which will have an estimated cost of $743,800; $608,800 will come from the Federal Highway Admin…
MDOT says that construction will begin May 7 on M-66, also known as Capital Ave. NE, between Division St. and Frey Dr. The 2.5 mile stretch will be transformed from a four-lane roadway, to a three lane road with a center left turn lane and space for bicycle lanes.