Vote On 2nd Bridge Not Likely This Week

LANSING (WWJ/AP) – It’s looking less likely that a committee in the Republican-led Michigan Senate will vote this week on legislation that would allow a public-private partnership to build a second bridge connecting Detroit and Windsor.

The Senate Economic Development Committee continued to take testimony on the proposed bridge project Tuesday.

The proposed bridge would be built near the Ambassador Bridge, whose private owners oppose the project.

They want to build their own second span.

  • Rather not be Manny

    So Manny’s money has popped up in the Republican Senate just like we all thought
    it would….Many fix that atrocity, The Michigan Central Railroad station before accusing anyone else on the quality of our roads. Keep your millions of money off
    the airwaves. You can’t buy everyone.

  • Mike in Michigan

    Manny may be the crookedest person in Detroit. He may be going to loose the region the honor of being the busiest port of entry between Canada and the US.
    Yes Manny, do you have financial interests in Buffalo, NY. How much land do you
    own there?
    There is no chance the Canadian, Ontario or Windsor government will let you build a bridge adjacent to the Ambassador. So why are you trying to kill the deal?
    And when are you going to come clean about payoffs? And when are you going to clean up that railroad station disaster. You’re not being honest about anything.

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