Gov. Snyder Urges Investment in Environment, Water Infrastructure

Governor Rick Snyder is urging lawmakers to approve his proposals for cleaning up the environment and improving Michigan’s water infrastructure. The governor wants to see more investment in brownfield cleanup, solid waste management and recycling. He says increasing the state’s landfill tipping fees – currently the lowest in the Great Lakes region – would generate nearly $70 million a year towards those programs. “This is about providing infrastructure; core things that are important roles that government provides that are important for our quality of life, our economy and our world,” Snyder says. 


Source: WKAR

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