More than $15 million in grant funding authorized by the state legislature last year is now headed out to local communities to help them manage more than a dozen dams statewide.
A number of small dams along Michigan lakes and rivers, some operating for more than a century, are still generating hydropower energy—just not enough.
The village of Sanford in Midland County — an area that saw more than $200 million in flood damage — has raised just $230,000 for recovery waiting for stalled federal aid.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer rolls up her sleeves for Mid-Michigan families.
Michigan Reps. Debbie Dingell and Fred Upton say the inquiry is critical for cities with highly hazardous dams.
Gov. Gretchen Whitmer toured the devastation calling for answers on the broken dams that left more than 11,000 Michiganders displaced during a pandemic.
An investigation has uncovered years of reported violations. Now residents are displaced during a pandemic.
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