Otsego Township Board discusses options to fix roads
Otsego Township board members have given more thought to where it would be best to put the money raised by the new road millage.
During the discussion at the Monday, May 11, township board meeting, clerk Cindy Hunt summed up the general mood.
“These are just ideas, obviously nothing is set in stone,” Hunt said. “It will depend on a lot of different things.”
Supervisor Bryan Winn gave an example.
“Last year, we didn’t know there was anything wrong with 110th (Avenue),” Winn said. “Now look at it.”
Board members created a document with their ideas for priorities in roadwork on the 33 miles of gravel road, 32 miles of secondary road and 20 miles of primary roads.
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