MACOMB TWP., Mich. (WWJ) – Some good news for Macomb County commuters: after months of detours, 23 Mile Road at North Avenue in Macomb Township officially reopens at 10am today. County Executive Mark Hackel will preside over an official ribbon cutting ceremony.

The re-opening of 23 Mile Road follows a $3.8 million bridge replacement project over the north branch of the Clinton River.

The project began in February, and was made possible with funding through the State of Michigan Local Bridge Program.


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