State Rep. Mary Whiteford, of Casco Township, last week joined Andrew Wheeler, Administrator of the Environmental Protection Agency, and Congressman Fred Upton on a tour of two Kalamazoo River Superfund dam removal projects.
They visited the completed Otsego Township dam first, and then the currently underway Trowbridge dam. This project, including contaminated sediment removal, is slated to be completed in 2024.
“The complexity of removing a 100-year-old dam with contaminated sediments and restoring it to its natural state cannot be understated,” Whiteford said. “I am pleased that we have the support of Executive Director Wheeler and his team. The Kalamazoo River is a great asset to the families in Allegan County.”
State Rep. Mary Whiteford has been named co-chair of a temporary panel that will place Michigan House legislators on certain committees for the 2021-22 term – using their experiences and priorities to help cultivate a tailored approach for residents the Legislature serves.
Rep. Mary Whiteford’s bipartisan initiative to help prevent cost overruns and inefficiencies hindering state of Michigan information technology projects has been signed into state law.
State Rep. Mary Whiteford, of Casco Township, today announced House Republicans have unveiled a plan giving the people of Michigan more certainty and control in these challenging times – allowing for data-driven COVID-19 responses that reflect conditions in local communities.