Bumstead celebrates funding for 32nd District projects

Bumstead celebrates funding for 32nd District projects

LANSING, Mich. — State Sen. Jon Bumstead applauded funding secured for several projects located throughout the 32nd Senate District as part of the state’s fiscal year 2024 general omnibus budget.

“From housing and public safety to infrastructure and recreation, these local projects are important to the quality of life for many residents across the 32nd District. I am happy we were able to responsibly support a good number of these requests in this upcoming budget year and reinvest these tax dollars into our local communities,” said Bumstead, R-North Muskegon, who serves as the Senate Appropriations Committee minority vice chair.

In the final version of House Bill 4437, Bumstead helped secure:

  • A $780,000 public infrastructure grant for Oceana County Community Recreational Park in Shelby Township.
  • $2.2 million for improvements to Benzie County’s 911 tower in Frankfort.
  • $18 million for the regional housing rehabilitation at the historic Shaw-Walker factory site in Muskegon.
  • $1 million for Muskegon Historic Building Renovation.
  • $8 million for improvements to Broadway Avenue in Muskegon Heights.
  • $1.9 million for Muskegon County Airport roof replacement.
  • $1 million for preservation of the Hackley Administration Building in Muskegon.


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