Maurice Imhoff Joins Michigan Leaders in Urging Clean Drinking Water Investment
Commissioner Imhoff joins Michigan leaders pushing for drinking water improvements through the Building Michigan Together plan.
By Main Street Sentinel Staff
Commissioner Maurice Imhoff is urging for a strong investment in clean water in the state.
In supporting clean water infrastructure, Commissioner Imhoff adds his voice to those of other Michigan leaders who back Governor Whitmer’s Building Michigan Together Plan.
“The Building Michigan Together Plan makes bold, bipartisan investments in the kitchen-table issues that matter most to Michigan families, including clean water,” said Gov. Whitmer.
The Building Michigan Together Plan allocates nearly 2 billion dollars to “critical water infrastructure needs.” The plan proposes several initiatives to ensure water improvement in the state, including lead service line replacement, assistance for small and disadvantaged communities, and solutions for storm and wastewater issues.
Commissioner Imhoff, who is running for the Michigan State House, is a member of the City of Jackson’s Historic District Commission and the Human Relations Commission. He works as a policy associate advocating for “policies, programs, and projects” that bring economic justice to Michigan workplaces.