New Year Update in Huron Township, MI LDFA District

The paving and rerouting of Wahrman Road was most recently a gravel thoroughfare from Sibley to Pennsylvania roads.  
To the east of the road’s current location will provide added incentive for business to come to the area by giving them access to larger parcels close to I-275. The Wayne County Road Commission project is expected to cost $4 million. It is completed, but closed to cure through the spring season.

Any gravel road which has been dedicated to and accepted for maintenance by the Wayne County Road Commission, the State of Michigan or the federal government, but which is subject to Township approval. Whereas any paved road which has been dedicated to and accepted for maintenance by the Wayne County Road Commission, the State of Michigan or the federal government, but which is subject to Township approval.
The Huron Township LDFA board are now preparing plans to structure their goals and objectives for the development of the newly deemed LDFA2 properties. 
The benefits include 23 acres of mitigated land as well as infrastructure designs in progress or completed to accommodate new business.

The Huron Township fire department recently requested a $5000 LDFA contribution for new siren transformer. The emergency alert system would benefit LDFA property owners in a one mile radius of Belle Road. A 25% Michigan grant was already received to assist in implementation of the new system. The contribution was approved at the December meeting. 

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