- Associated Press - Wednesday, March 12, 2014

LANSING, Mich. (AP) - Gov. Rick Snyder’s administration on Wednesday announced that these communities will receive grants or loans to fix aging or overwhelmed sewer systems:

GRANT RECIPIENTS

Worth Township, $1,205,163

Oakland County, $1,929,167

Macatawa Area Coordinating Council, $120,631

Kalamazoo County Drain Commissioner, $76,500

Alpine Township, $608,000

Mount Pleasant, $1,996,726

Williamston, $1,312,330

Inter-County Drainage Board for Bear Creek Drain, $579,600

Auburn Hills, $2 million

Ottawa County Water Resources Commissioner, $260,919

Ironwood Township, $279,950

Detroit Water and Sewerage Department, $2 million

Manistique, $715,037

Sylvan Lake, $959,386

Plymouth, $360,000

Sturgis, $1,877,424

Monroe County Drain Commissioner, $560,700

Durand, $672,798

East Tawas, $1,119,049

Rockford, $843,470

Center Line Public Schools, $19,969

Milk River Intercounty Drain Drainage District, $1,348,317

Washington Township, $947,410

Forsyth Township, $195,665

Laingsburg, $709,414

Carson City, $548,058

Western Michigan University, $516,061

Walled Lake, $670,900

Egelston Township, $624,580

Allegan, $1,044,118

Charlotte Drive Drain, Drain District, $45,000

Allen Park, $1,999,896

Calhoun County, $540,000

Village of Baldwin, $591,299

Monitor Township, $639,000

Traverse City, $2 million

Linden, $852,120

Benton Harbor, $1,999,218

Village of Roscommon, $406,756

Muskegon, $2 million

Bath Township, $490,500

Village of Beverly Hills, $1,912,198

Masonville Township, $178,530

Frankenlust Township, $471,785

Bedford Township, $584,996

Plainfield Township, $1,344,857

Pennfield Township, $407,700

Village of Hopkins, $299,880

Pontiac Sewage Disposal System, $2 million

Intra-County Drainage Board for 8 1/2 Mile Relief Drain, $1,220,838

Village of Bloomingdale, $334,630

Marenisco Township, $122,395

Grand Haven-Spring Lake Sewer Authority, $236,472

Ferris State University, $752,143

Grosse Pointe Farms, $462,809

Bedford Township, $932,942

Village of Bellaire, $404,280

Berkley, $602,142

Fife Lake Area Utility Authority, $651,643

St. Clair Shores, $2 million

Grovenburg and Menger Consol Drain Drainage District, $663,516

Lyon Township, $515,700

Village of Powers, $188,904

Coopersville, $934,047

Bessemer Township, $361,791

Village of Nashville, $688,900

Western Townships Utilities Authority, $602,556

Bangor Township, $1.1 million

Harrison Township, $1,366,594

Ottawa County-Board of County Road Commission, $281,665

Superior Township, $454,509

Village of Stevensville, $226,040

Kingsford, $589,438

Auburn, $983,355

Village of Breckenridge, $1,062,507

Troy, $1,999,925

Loch Alpine Sanitary Authority of Webster and Scio Townships, $136,508

Muskegon County Board of Public Works, $937,553

Grandville, $273,513

Paw Paw Lake Area Wastewater Plant, $152,753

Imlay City, $828,879

Village of Mendon, $70,000

Tecumseh, $652,519

Norton Shores, $1,894,457

Macomb County Wastewater Disposal District, $2 million

Kalamazoo Lake Sewer & Water Authority, $658,305

Powderhorn Area Utility District, $173,888

Village of Manchester, $252,630

Village of Ravenna, $505,000

Gulf Lake Sewer & Water Authority, $1,285,523

Livonia, $1,838,582

Walled Lake-Novi Wastewater Treatment Plant, $1,241,942

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LOAN RECIPIENTS

Oakland-Macomb Interceptor Drain Drainage District, $10 million

Detroit, $10 million

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