State Rep. Graham Filler recently toured the progress of road construction on Interstate-69 near DeWitt. The $65 million project will reconstruct I-69 from I-96 to Airport Road, performing preventative maintenance and repairs to 13 bridges along the stretch of roadway and rebuilding the interchanges at Francis and Airport roads. During the tour, Filler discussed worker safety and the importance of investing in the state’s infrastructure with members of the Michigan Infrastructure & Transportation Association and Michigan Paving and Materials Company. From left: Sen. Tom Barrett, Rep. Scott VanSingel, Rep. Julie Brixie, Michigan Paving Division Manager Robert Checkley, and Rep. Filler.
State Rep. Graham Filler of DeWitt recently presented Chaplain Carl Hyzer with a flag flown over the state Capitol to thank Hyzer for running the Reach the Forgotten jail ministry program in Clinton County. The program focuses on helping incarcerated people develop healthy family church, and community relationships.
State Rep. Graham Filler today announced he has secured funding in the state budget to help the city of St. Johns move forward with a road safety improvement project near the new dairy processing factory.
State Rep. Graham Filler today introduced a plan to protect the public by ensuring background check providers can continue reporting criminal records to employers, property managers, and other agencies in Michigan.
A bipartisan group of state and local leaders in Michigan’s criminal justice system this week came together to back a plan to protect witnesses and victims of crimes in Michigan following a Court of Appeals ruling that could result in their personal information being disclosed during the legal process.