Rep. Kahle: Adrian receives grant for development of affordable housing

State Rep. Bronna Kahle today said the city of Adrian has been awarded a grant to assist a downtown rental rehabilitation project. The $242,790 federal community development block grant was approved this week by the Michigan Strategic Fund. The funding will help with a project renovating two vacant historic buildings into four new residential apartments….

Rep. Kahle plan to increase high school access to CTE, college courses heads to governor

State Rep. Bronna Kahle’s plan to expand dual enrollment access for high school students seeking summer education opportunities was unanimously approved by the Legislature and now moves to the governor’s desk to be considered for state law. Currently, Michigan high school students may take approved postsecondary classes and are eligible for tuition reimbursement; however, students…

Rep. Kahle: Downtown Adrian awarded grant to help with COVID-19 economic recovery

Rep. Bronna Kahle today announced the Adrian Downtown Development Authority has been awarded a grant to help the community and its job providers rebound from the COVID-19 shutdown. The $49,984 grant can be used to help eligible small businesses support payroll expenses, rent or mortgage payments, utilities, COVID-19 relief or other similar expenses. The grant…

Rep. Kahle co-sponsors resolution opposing Michigan’s COVID-19 nursing home policy

Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian today helped introduce a House resolution opposing nursing home policies which have put the lives of Michigan seniors in danger during the COVID-19 era. Gov. Whitmer has continued with a plan that places COVID-19 patients into long-term care facilities – putting individuals who have tested positive under the same roof…

Rep. Kahle: Resolution raises awareness about Alzheimer’s in Michigan

State Rep. Bronna Kahle of Adrian today led Michigan House approval of a resolution declaring June as Alzheimer’s Awareness Month. The resolution encourages residents to envision a world without Alzheimer’s and encourage research and other work to combat its human and economic costs. Kahle noted families across Michigan struggle with Alzheimer’s and its repercussions every…