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Winter Road Repair Money Heading Out of Lansing

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LANSING, MI (WHTC) - The Lakeshore is sharing in nearly 61 million dollars coming from Lansing for winter road repairs.

The money from last month’s supplemental bill is aimed for special work due to the long and harsh season. Ottawa County is fifth among Michigan’s 83 such entities with nearly 1.1 million dollars, while Allegan is getting over 537 thousand. As for cities, Holland is tops locally at 163 thousand, followed by Grand Haven at nearly 47 thousand, Hudsonville at around 30 thousand, Zeeland at 25 thousand, Allegan just shy of 23 thousand, Coopersville at nearly 18 thousand, Otsego and Wayland at 17 thousand, Plainwell at 16 thousand, Ferrysburg at 14 thousand, Spring Lake at around 12 thousand, Saugatuck at 62 hundred, Fennville at 57 hundred, Hopkins at 31 hundred, and Martin at 26 hundred dollars.

The remaining 39 million out of the 100 million dollars doled out by state lawmakers is going to MDOT.

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