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>MDOT officials discuss M-52 project with Chelsea residents

> Details are getting fleshed out for a major road-construction project on M-52 in Chelsea this summer, despite public concern about the possible effects on local businesses. A $3.1 million Michigan Department of Transportation project is set to resurface M-52 from I-94 to Old U.S. 12. Ramp reconstruction also will be done a the I-94/M-52 … Continue reading

>City of Albion learns $375,000 grant from MDOT for Irwin Street work has been rescinded

> Two weeks ago, a contingent of Albion residents expressed concern that the city was set to receive matching grant money for a project on Irwin Avenue. They believed there were greater repair concerns in the city. Turns out it was a whole lot of commotion about nothing. On Tuesday, City Manager Mike Herman announced … Continue reading

>Prospect of matching grant for street work in Albion leads to heated debate at city council meeting

> Road hazards of a new kind are abounding as city of Albion officials contemplate how to use street millage funds in the near future. On Monday, City Manager Mike Herman announced the Michigan Department of Transportation’s decision to do a replacement of Irwin Avenue in 2013 through its Small Urban Program. However, a matching … Continue reading

>Major roadwork projects announced for Manchester, Chelsea, including work on M-52 from I-94 to Old U.S. 12

>Chelsea and Manchester residents can expect to see a heavy dose of orange barrels this summer. Kari Arend, a Michigan Department of Transportation spokeswoman, said plans are moving forward for a $3.52 million project on M-52 in Chelsea and a large-scale bridge renovation and other roadwork in Manchester estimated at $8.4 million. Beginning in late … Continue reading