Community Press Release – Office of Governor Whitmer

What part of the Building Michigan Together plan matters to you?

State of Michigan – March 30, 2022

We want to hear from you!

As you may have heard, Governor Whitmer just signed a huge deal into lthe Building Michigan Together plan – a bipartisan infrastructure plan that makes historic investments to protect clean water, fix roads, expand high-speed internet, improve parks, and build affordable housing.

More details about the plan can be found here on the Governor’s website

The Building Michigan Together Plan invests nearly $5 billion to grow Michigan’s economy, create jobs, and benefit families throughout the state. We want to know what part of this deal is most meaningful to you. Whether it’s the largest single investment into state and local parks in Michigan history or helping thousands of families access high-speed internet, let us know which parts of this plan will make the most difference you and your family.

Vote for your favorites!

Constituent Services Division
Office of Governor Gretchen Whitmer

SIGNED: Building Michigan Together Plan

State of Michigan – March 31, 2022

Dear Michigander,

Yesterday we sent out a survey asking for your favorite wins from the Building Michigan Together Plan. We want to thank all of you who participated by sharing your stories about how this plan will positively impact you and your loved ones. 

In case you missed it, Governor Whitmer signed this plan yesterday – meaning that all of the options from the survey are turning into real dollars to help lower costs and improve the lives of Michiganders. 

Whitmer signing Building Michigan Together Plan
Governor Whitmer signing the Building Michigan Together Plan, Photo provided by Office of Gov. Whitmer, State of Michigan

As we celebrate this win, please continue to share your stories by taking the survey. We value feedback from all Michiganders and love hearing how the bipartisan Building Michigan Plan will benefit people throughout our great state.

Constituent Services Division
Office of Governor Gretchen Whitmer

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