Marquette County Using FundsTo Improve Roads

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Marquette, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News)  -  Marquette County is one of seven Michigan counties to use a portion $2.5 million in state funds to upgrade roads to all-season status.

The improvements will include road reconstruction, resurfacing, and shoulder and guardrail upgrades.

The Marquette County Road Commission will resurface County Road 492 from Lost Creek to Grove Street.

The project also will include shoulder and guardrail upgrades on an existing all-season route in Marquette Township that is part of the corridor linking M-35 to US-41.

The $500,000 project will receive $300,000 in state funding with local money covering the remaining balance.

 

 

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