Calhoun County officials consider local road taxes

Jun 23, 2014
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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.

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