Truck Traffic Issues Discussed at Meeting Last Night In Marquette Township
Mayor Johnny DePetro and City Manager Bill Vajda with News Director Walt Lindala.
Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – Possible solutions to a controversy over heavy truck traffic in the City of Marquette and Marquette Township were the focus of a special meeting last night.
Marquette Mayor Johnny DePetro and Marquette City Manager Bill Vajda attended the multi-jurisdictional public meeting at the Marquette Township Community Center.
The Mayor and City Manager joined The SUNNY Morning Show with Walt & Mike today to give their perspectives on the meeting and it’s outcomes.
They said the meeting was an overall positive session and worked well to gather stakeholders together to discuss, present and gather options for consideration to solve the issue of safely routing heavy truck traffic through the area.
Mayor DePetro said while several possible ideas were discussed last night, there were no final plans set and discussions will continue.
The City of Marquette has delayed a final decision on their proposed heavy truck road ordinance for 90 days as interested groups have agreed to work together to seek out a solution.
LISTEN IN – Marquette Mayor Johnny DePetro and City Manager Bill Vajda on the public discussion on transportation issues.
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