“Our staff, our community-- this is something that is going to become very important to our district. The amount of bond projects that we’re going to be able to do with $55 million is tremendous,” said Linden superintendent Russ Ciesielski
It’s a group of power companies that want to develop a nuclear waste storage site again in the Great Lakes Basin. The new facility would bury 128 million pounds of highly radioactive waste, move Kildee says hurts the Great Lakes even more.
The Michigan Department of Health and Human Services reported 6,604 new COVID-19 illnesses Tuesday to Wednesday for a total of 983,109. The daily average of 3,302 newly confirmed cases is over 1,000 more cases than Monday’s total.
“Our goal is simply to have a provider that understands that if they stay on that M-15 corridor that they would be able to take the calls that would come to them. It’s an economical issue for ambulance companies,” said Atlas Township Supervisor Shirley Kautman-Jones.