Township board outlines 2021 summer gravel road projects

By Shelby Stewart
Staff Writer
Brandon Twp.- During the Monday night meeting, the township board approved using the budgeted and committed road funds to pay for graveling certain dirt roads this year. Trustee Kathy Thurman voted against it due to the motion not including a budget amendment.
Supervisor Jayson Rumball and Treasurer Scott Broughton met with representatives from the Road Commission for Oakland County about which roads needed to be graveled this year.
“They brought up that we really need to put some more attention to graveling Hummer Lake Road between Hurd Road and Baldwin Road, finishing up Granger Road from Wooley to Baldwin, and then Hurd Road from Granger to Hummer,” said Rumball.
The project is expected to cost $85,000.

One Response to "Township board outlines 2021 summer gravel road projects"

  1. Scott E Palmer   September 16, 2021 at 10:40 am

    When can we expect gravel road improvements to happen?…..summer is over and no improvements have been done on Hummer Lk. Rd. between Hurd and Baldwin. Where did the funding go for this project? Residents are having to avoid ruts from washouts and the edge of the road is more like a ravine than a road…..still waiting…..


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