Mich. County Approves $3.2M for Plow and Road Repair Trucks

March 23, 2017

Photo via Flickr/Jeroen Kransen
Photo via Flickr/Jeroen Kransen

The Jackson County Board of Commissioners (Mich.) approved $3.2 million to replace its aging fleet of plow and road repair trucks. With these funds, Jackson County Department of Transportation will be able to purchase 14 new plow and repair trucks, reports WLNS.

The new trucks will be ordered soon, and the county hopes they will arrive by next winter. Over the next 10 years, the department wants to replace its entire fleet of 76 vehicles.

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