Road Repair Funds Coming to 7 Northern Michigan Communities

Twenty three small communities across Michigan are getting money from the state to help fund their road projects.

In Northern Michigan:

  • Tustin
  • Thompsonville
  • Coleman
  • Kaleva
  • White cloud
  • Mancelona
  • Hersey

Take a look at the recipients in our viewing area.

The grants range from $20,000 to $250,000.

The money will go to things like resurfacing, culvert replacement and pavement crack sealing.

They’re specifically for villages and cities with populations less than 10,000.

The money comes from the new Community Service Infrastructure Program.

The program was established by state lawmakers in December.