The City of Harrison today received a $2.028 million check today from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) for much-needed water and sewer improvements. “Thanks to the MEDC ICE grant, we’re going to be able to make vital improvements for the betterment of the community,” said Tracy Beadle, Harrison City manager and clerk. “This $2 million is really going to help retrofit or replace our aging infrastructure.
The Village of Buckley received a check today from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) for $1,281,810 for much-needed water system improvements. The Village project includes construction of a new well house, two new wells and other water main improvements including 3,000 feet of new water main. The project will be located at the end of Industrial Drive. State Senator Darwin Booher and State Rep. Michele Hoitenga and an aide for U.S. Rep. Jack Bergman were on hand for the MEDC ICE presentation and expressed their thanks to the Village officials for being proactive and getting this grant. The Village also received a letter of congrats from U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar.
The City of Coleman received a $1.814 million check today from the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) for much-needed waste stabilization lagoon and pump station improvements. Bill Cozat, the City’s Public Services Director, called the sewer improvements “priceless,” for a community of less than 1,300 residents.