Regional Road Update and Proposal 1 Overview To Take Place in Cadillac & TC

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The community is invited to learn more about the region’s roads and the upcoming transportation funding proposal at public forums in Cadillac and Traverse City on April 22nd. During the forum, Networks Northwest will share information on the state of the region’s roads, addressing road condition, road safety, upcoming construction, and related issues. In addition, Citizens Research Council of Michigan will provide an overview of Michigan’s Proposal 1 of 2015, a sales tax and road funding measure set to appear on the May 5 ballot. The event will feature a non-partisan, neutral overview of the proposal, with opportunities for question and answer following the presentation.

Forums will take place from 10am-12pm at the Wexford Missaukee ISD (9901 East 13th Street, Cadillac), and from 3pm-5pm at the Hagerty Conference Center (715 East Front Street, Traverse City). Contact Angie at 231.929.5077 to RSVP, or click here to register.

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