the state looks for another $1 billion a year to repair and upgrade Michigan’s
ailing road and bridge network, the City of Grand Rapids is also working on a
street fix up.
Today on WGVU Midday West
Michigan, David Moore talks with Grand Rapids Deputy City Manager Eric DeLong
and Sustainable Streets Task Force member Cindy Irving about what’s on the
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Today Breaking down Gary Peters lead over Terri Lynn Land for U.S. Senate October 31, 2014 | WGVU Democrat Gary Peters has extended his lead over Republican Terri Lynn Land in the race for U.S. Senate. The numbers released by Lansing-based EPIC-MRA in a statewide survey conducted mid-month reveals Peters has extended his lead to 11-points with 45-percent of likely voters giving him the nod to Terri Lynn Land’s 34-percent. That’s a two percent bump for Peters over the September polling data.
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