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Dingell Secures More Than $12 Million for Michigan's 6th District in FY24 Government Funding Bills

Congresswoman Debbie Dingell (MI-06) today announced that the partial FY2024 government appropriations package passed by the House includes $12,833,163 for community projects in Michigan’s 6th district. This funding will go directly to 14 projects that improve local water treatment facilities and infrastructure, repair and upgrade roadways and sidewalks, develop and improve public spaces, and more.
“Our local leaders and organizations know what our communities need, from upgrades to our water infrastructure, much needed improvements to several of our roads, and enhanced pedestrian safety, to new and upgraded community centers and senior centers,” Dingell said. “I look forward to working closely with the recipients of these funds as they make progress on their respective projects and am optimistic about the great impact that will have for the residents of Michigan’s 6th district.”
Dingell’s funded community project requests for fiscal year 2024 include the following:

  • $500,000 to rebuild the Chelsea Area Fire Authority Fire Facility  
  • $1,000,000 to replace the City of Gibraltar’s watermain infrastructure   
  • $360,000 to rehabilitate the City of Milan’s senior center
  • $500,000 for improvements to the Village of Manchester wastewater treatment plant
  • $963,000 for upgrades to Northville Township’s emergency communications technology
  • $1,800,000 for the reconstruction of Saline’s wastewater treatment plant  
  • $959,752 for improvements to the South Huron Valley Utility Authority (SHVUA) wastewater treatment plant
  • $1,684,132 for Canton Township to construct a new fire station
  • $1,666,279 to complete common area infrastructure upgrades in Ypsilanti
  • $500,000 to improve pedestrian safety signals in Ann Arbor
  • $850,000 for Dexter Community School District to build a multi-generation community center
  • $550,000 for the Downriver Community Conference to reconstruct the Jefferson Avenue corridor
  • $500,000 for reconstruction and improvements to Belleville Road in Van Buren Township
  • $1,000,000 for the Washtenaw County Road Commission Hewitt Road Improvement Project

Learn more about each project here

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