2018-03-04 / Insight

MAKING PROGRESS IN 2018

Lapeer County communities move forward with projects, initiatives

LAPEER COUNTY — Today’s edition of The County Press is a special paper to us and the community we serve because it’s your keepsake Progress edition. Progress spotlights local businesses big and small, new and old that are the backbone of our local economies who employ local residents and contribute to their hometowns.

In today’s INSIGHT section, we bring you stories of progress being made across the county to address important matters underway this year in each community. It’s only a sample of some of the projects and initiatives to be achieved and addressed during 2018.

We look forward this year to telling your stories about the people and initiatives that will shape our respective communities. Today’s package of stories illustrate the diversity of interests and activities that are making news across Lapeer County.

Jeff Hogan

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