State Rep. Eric Leutheuser today announced the city of Bronson has been awarded a $1.3 million grant to assist with a much-needed sewer project and watermain replacement.
The community development block grant was awarded through the Michigan Strategic Fund.
“This project will help make Bronson an even better place to live,” said Leutheuser, who represents Hillsdale and Branch counties in the Michigan House. “Ultimately, infrastructure improvements protect public health and boost economic development – and that has a ripple effect benefitting families, taxpayers and the entire community.”
Bronson was one of selected Michigan communities receiving support to upgrade existing public water, sewer and wastewater infrastructure systems. The grant requires a $440,950 local match.
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