During Monday’s County Council meeting, Peters said the North Michigan Road Community Crossing project completed earlier this summer came in under-budget. Therefore the county is eligible to apply for the second round of grants.
Peters plans is to seek additional funds to do crack-sealing projects on previous Community Crossings projects. He would like to seal cracks on Michigan Road from 1st Road to Tyler Road; Elm Road from Lincoln Highway to U.S. 30 and Plymouth Goshen Trail from U.S. 6 to the county line.
The project is weather dependent but there is a possibility is could be completed yet this year.
The total cost is $27,000 with the state paying $20,250 and the county’s share being $6,750.