Rep. Carol Glanville: Clean Drinking Water for Michigan Families Our “Responsibility”
Michigan State Representative Carol Glanville teams up with other Michigan leaders to “address critical water needs,” improve infrastructure, and invest in public health.
By Main Street Sentinel Staff
Michigan State Representative Carol Glanville is speaking out in favor of stronger investment in clean drinking water throughout Michigan.
“We have a responsibility to institute strong, sound water quality policy that protects our rivers, streams, and drinking water for future generations,” said Glanville.
Rep. Glanville joins Michigan leaders in supporting Governor Whitmer’s Building Michigan Together Plan, which outlines a nearly 2 billion dollar investment in “critical water infrastructure needs.”
The Building Michigan Together Plan allocates funding for drinking water improvements through infrastructure fixes, septic system repairs, and research into emerging contaminants. The plan also provides $55 million to help combat contaminants like PFAs and $43 million to aid small and disadvantaged communities.
Rep. Glanville, currently a Walker City Commissioner, was born and raised in Michigan, and previously worked as a teacher. She sits on several advisory boards for local advocacy groups.