Lansing infrastructure projects to receive federal funding
LANSING, Mich. (WILX) - The federal government is giving the City of Lansing more than $7 million to spend on infrastructure projects.
The money comes from the Omnibus Spending Bill that was passed by Congress Friday.
Lansing plans to use $6 million on its Combined Sewer Overflow project, which prevents sewage from entering Grand River. The Lansing Fire Department will receive $1 million to buy life-saving equipment, like stretchers and CPR devices.
The city said $750,000 will toward Ovation, a new live music and arts venue coming to Downtown Lansing.
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