Infrastructure across the state is notoriously out of date, but with the 1.2 billion dollar road funding plan approved last year, many counties felt like help was on the way.
What local communities across the state are coming to realize is that the road plan comes with a few strings attached.
The airport serving northeast lower Michigan is planning to build a new passenger terminal that would be triple the size of its current facility.
Alpena County Regional Airport is currently applying for grants with MDOT and the FAA, that would pay design and construction costs. Continue reading