Under an agreement reached by Governor Whitmer and legislative leaders, $4.7 billion would be appropriated for water infrastructure, road and bridge repairs, high-speed internet connectivity, state and local parks, and housing, among other items. Of that funding, $3.1 billion is from federal COVID relief funding, $945.4 million from the federal Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act, and $571.6 million from the state’s general fund.
Specific aspects within the appropriation include:
The House and Senate voted to approve the supplemental funding on Thursday and the bill will be sent to the governor for her consideration.
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