Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, today joined Governor Whitmer, House Speaker Jason Wentworth, Rep. Timothy Beson and others to celebrate the opening of the temporary M-30 bridge in Tobacco Township.
“It was great to be with the governor, the Speaker and so many others today to tour the recently constructed bridge,” Glenn said. “It was a wonderful opportunity to thank everyone who rallied together and helped complete this impressive structure. It is yet another sign of our community’s strength and spirit in the aftermath of last year’s flood.”
The temporary bridge is a $4.3 million investment to replace the former M-30 causeway bridge, which washed away during last May’s flood.
The Michigan House today approved Rep. Annette Glenn’s plan to enhance government accountability by protecting state employees who speak out about potential problems within their departments. It’s Glenn’s latest effort at making state government more open and accountable.
Rep. Annette Glenn, R-Midland, today said she’s ready to help determine and implement reforms that could help prevent embezzlement cases like one recently uncovered in the Department of Environment, Great Lakes and Energy.