When area residents approached me more than two years ago with safety concerns about U.S. 12 in Ypsilanti Township, I carried their message straight to the governor. I was able to secure a commitment of $8 million in discretionary funds to redesign the corridor with safety, walkability and beautification as the primary goals.
Now, with the bulk of the construction work nearing completion, I’ve scheduled another public meeting to keep our residents informed and up to date.
Mark your calendars!
U.S. 12 Redesign Project Wrap-up Meeting
Thursday, Oct. 21, 2021, at 5 p.m.
Tilden R. Stumbo Civic Center
7200 S. Huron River Drive, Ypsilanti
I will be joined by Ypsilanti Township Supervisor Brenda Stumbo, County Commissioner Ricky Jefferson and members of the design and construction engineering firm to recap the project and address your questions and concerns.
While the majority of the work is scheduled to be completed this fall with roads fully reopened, additional cleanup, beautification and other details will continue to be addressed in the spring of 2022.
Please join us tomorrow, Thursday, Oct. 21, to learn more about this exciting project. For more information or assistance with any other matter of state business, please feel free to contact me at RonniePeterson@House.MI.Gov or (517) 373-1771.