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FY2025 Appropriations and Community Project Funding Requests

Intended Recipient Project Title Amount Requested Full Address of Intended Recipient Signed Financial Disclosure Letter Explanation of Request
City of Saline Saline Community Center Rehabilitation Project $3 million 100 N Harris
Street, Saline, Michigan 48176. The project would be located at 1866 Woodland Drive E., Saline,
Michigan 48176
Here The funding would enable the city to make important improvements to its multipurpose
community center that was built in 1991, including enhancing aquatics, energy efficiency, mobility, accessibility, and inclusivity of the facility.
Pittsfield Township Pittsfield Township Public Safety Facility Improvements Project $5 million 6227 W. Michigan Avenue, Ann Arbor, Michigan 48108 Here The funding for this project would enable the
township to renovate and reconstruct the aging public safety facility that provides primary fire and police department response services to the community.
Downriver Community Conference
DCC Downriver Public Safety Technology Improvement Project $2 million 15100 Northline Road, Southgate, Michigan, 48195 Here Funding for this project would
enable the replacement of the outdated 911 infrastructure and allow for the incorporation of new hardware, services, and training for a public safety unified unmanned aircraft system for 20 communities.
City of Milan City of Milan 2nd Street Transmission Main Replacement Project $1,725,000 147 Wabash Street, Milan, Michigan 48160 Here The funding would provide for the reconstruction of the infrastructure of 2nd Street, which includes the replacement of the 4” and 6” undersized watermain with 8” for fire protection and overall water quality. This project would allow for the elimination and replacement of all the lead and galvanized service lines in the project scope.
City of Trenton City of Trenton Water Main Replacement Project $5 million 2800 Third
Street, Trenton, Michigan 48183
Here Funding for this project would be used for the replacement of over 5,000 feet of water main on West Jefferson Avenue, including lead service lines, and allow for an extension that will loop the system for redundancy.
Michigan International
Technology Corridor Redevelopment Authority (MITCRA)
MITCRA Five Mile Road and Ridge Road Improvements Phase 2 Project $9.6 million 44405 Five Mile Road, Northville,
Michigan, 48168
Here The funding would be used to widen Five Mile Road from Ridge Road to Napier Road
and complete the reconstruction of Ridge Road from Halyard Road to Five Mile Road to a concrete class A all-season road to serve the redevelopment efforts of MITCA.
Canton Township Canton Township Pedestrian Bridge Crossing Project $3 million 1150 S.
Canton Center Road, Canton, Michigan 48188
Here Funding would enable the township to create a pedestrian bridge crossing Palmer Road over I-275.
City of
Rockwood Wastewater Treatment Plant Infrastructure Improvement Plan $1 million 32409 Fort Street, Rockwood, Michigan 48173 Here Funding for this project would
allow the city to upgrade and replace the infrastructure of its treatment plant that was built in the 1930s, as much of its equipment is at or beyond its expected design life.
City of Northville City of Northville High Street Bridge Project $1.2 million 215 W. Main
Street, Northville, Michigan 48854
Here The funding would allow the city to replace the compromised culvert that is over 100 years old and supports High Street as it crosses the Randolph Consolidated Drain.
Ypsilanti Community Utilities Authority (YCUA) Ypsilanti Community Utilities Authority (YCUA) Water Main Improvement Project $3,280,000 2777 State Road, Ypsilanti, MI 48198 Here Funding for this project would allow YCUA to provide necessary capital improvements within the Sugarbrook Neighborhood.
City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor Train Station Design and Engineering Project $1,500,000 301 E. Huron Road, Ann Arbor, Michigan, 48104 Here The project will allow for the design and
engineering process for a new train station, enabling the city to evaluate options for site selection, engage in a planning process with community members to ensure the station meets the community’s expectations for design and services, begin preliminary engineering, and move the project through a successful
environmental assessment process with the federal government. Despite the heavy passenger volume, the existing train station is one of the smallest in square footage and the facility is outdated.
Bridgewater Township Bridgewater Township Hall Addition Project $480,000 10990 Clinton Road, Manchester, Michigan 48158 Here The funding would allow for a 1600 square foot expansion of the Township Hall, allowing for new conference rooms, restrooms, additional seating, an accessible kitchen, and a lobby that is accessible to all residents.
City of Plymouth Plymouth Cultural Center Improvements Project $1,750,000 201 S. Main Street, Plymouth,
Michigan 48170 
Here Funding for this project would enable the city to make important building upgrades,
like replacing the center's twenty-year-old roof under the new R-30 energy standards, and replacing its original 1972 windows.
Multi Lakes Water and Sewer
Multi Lakes Water and Sewer Authority Pollution Prevention Project $580,000 12088 N. Territorial Road, Dexter, Michigan 48130 Here Funding for this project would
allow for the acquisition of new equipment, specifically a new influent screen, high performance vacuum controllers and plungers, and a new HVAC system to better remove pollutants, prevent infiltration, and improve biological processes.
City of Flat Rock City of Flat Rock Vreeland Road Removal and Replacement Project $2.4 million 25500
Gibraltar Road, Flat Rock, Michigan, 48134
Here The funding would be used to remove the deteriorated concrete and replace it with 10” thick plain concrete.
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