On June 15th, Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer announced a statewide plan to build 529 affordable apartments, townhomes, and housing units, investing a total of $13 million to numerous projects.
With summer weather making it more warm and humid both inside and out – along with some residents lacking effective air conditioning systems, Michiganders looking to cool off may head the pool especially after two years of isolation.
President Biden’s Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (IIJA), along with Governor Whitmer’s Michigan Infrastructure Office and the Building Michigan Together Plan, will improve Michigan’s overall public infrastructure.
Earlier this month, President Joe Biden signed the Postal Service Reform Act of 2022.
Road repairs are expected to begin for some of the state’s most used roads, highways, and bridges next month.
Many Michiganders also face affordability issues in urban and suburban communities across the state.
A historic budget surplus that can now be used to shape the future of our state’s economy, natural resources, and public health and wellbeing.
Following the GOP-led Legislature’s adoption last week of a massive, nearly $5 billion supplemental infrastructure plan, Gov. Gretchen Whitmer sealed the deal Wednesday by signing the two-bill package in downtown Grand Rapids.