Lansing, MI – (Great Lakes Radio News) – 110th District State Representative Scott Dianda Speaker has been named to a new committee formed in the State House to address funding Michigan’s infrastructure in the future.
The Calumet Democrat was named to the Committee on Roads and Economic Development by GOP House Speaker Keven Cotter.
Cotter says finding a long-term plan for Michigan’s crumbling roads is one of the top priorities, and it’s time the committee makeup of the Legislature reflected that.
The seven-member panel is made up of five Republicans and two Democrats.
It will be chaired by Republican Jeff Farrington of downstate Utica.