Calhoun County officials consider local road taxes
Township officials in the county say they're frustrated by the lack of action in Lansing on the road repair issue.
Want your township roads fixed? It'll cost you $284 million. With more than three-fourths of township roads in poor condition, Calhoun County officials say necessary improvements needed to upgrade all roads in the 19 townships to a "good" rating will require $284,664,930. Township supervisors will have to overcome more than the hefty price tag.