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Oakland County officials decide use of $17 million in federal funds for roads in 2022

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Oakland County officials decide use of $17 million in federal funds for roads in 2022

Oakland County officials decide use of $17 million in federal funds for roads in 2022

It is a drop in the bucket.

Oakland County gets $17 million a year from the feds to help fix the roads.

This morning a group of about some 40 local and county officials approved the list of 10 projects.

They do this three-years in advance, so these are the projects that will be done in 2022.

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