Rep. O’Malley secures funding for Cedar River Marina Project

State Rep. Jack O’Malley today announced a supplemental funding plan on its way to the governor providing funding for the Cedar River Marina Project in Leelanau County. “This is going to be huge for Victoria Creek Park and the people of Cedar,” Rep. O’Malley said. “This project will improve access for people who want to…

Rep. O’Malley: The fight for Pure Michigan continues

State Rep. Jack O’Malley today commended the ‘Pure Michigan’ campaign for its many benefits to Michiganders throughout the state, while also understanding the need for it. The first-term Legislature said the movement not only creates thousands of jobs, but it also positively represents Michigan and all its treasures. “Ask anyone in the Fighting 101, and…

OPINION: Governor’s road bonding plan should be ticketed for excessive speed

By state Jack O’Malley of Lake Ann  The people of Michigan want a more open and transparent model of government. It’s often communicated to us as representatives when we sit down and talk with residents about what they would like to see in Lansing. I wanted to implement this notion within my position as chair…

Rep. O’Malley invites residents to upcoming office hours

Rep. Jack O’Malley of Lake Ann announced his upcoming office hours for residents of the “Fighting, 101st.” The office hours schedule is as follows: Friday, Feb. 21 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. at Ludington City Hall, 400 S Harrison St. in Ludington; and 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. at the Manistee City Hall, 70 Maple St. in…

Rep. O’Malley helps sponsor plan to fight high water conditions and prevent future damage

Legislature continues fighting to provide support to families State Rep. Jack O’Malley, of Lake Ann, is helping sponsor legislation to provide support for families affected by high water levels near state waterways. The measure, if passed, will help prevent future damage to public buildings, roads and other properties during high water conditions. The measure would…

Rep. O’Malley: House Transportation Committee hearing with MDOT both concerning and informative

Legislator: Local roads and rural areas must be prioritized, not marginalized State Rep. Jack O’Malley, chair of the House Transportation Committee, today reiterated his commitment to local road repairs following a hearing discussing a recent idea by the governor to borrow $3.5 billion for state-owned roads. Officials from the Michigan Department of Transportation, including Director…