A contributor to the Macomb Patch Local Voices section believes the traffic signals at 23 Mile Road and Hayes need to be improved.
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Street-paving projects are slated for this summer and next year in Macomb Township.
Macomb Township residents accustomed to navigating dirt roads will save money on car washes in the near future. Clerk Michael Koehs said Wednesday the township is scheduled to spend $3.8 million this summer to pave gravel stretches of two main roads to asphalt. The Macomb County Road Department will do the work expected to be complete by end of summer. In 2014, the township plans to pave the following roads: The community, which has experienced tremendous growth in recent years, is keeping up with changing times and accommodating residents, Koehs said. "It will reduce it down to maybe less than six miles of dirt road in the township," he said. Beyond those upcoming projects, township officials hope to eventually connect Heydenreich and …