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House: Adjourned until Wednesday, October 22, 2014 10:00:00 AM
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CommitteeTransportation
Clerk Phone Number517-373-5314
LocationRoom 100, Farnum Building, 125 W. Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48933
DateWednesday, 10/22/2014
Time12:30 p.m.
AgendaHB 4601 (Bumstead) Highways; name; certain portion of US-10 in Lake county; designate as the "Sheriff Robert Radden Memorial Highway".

HB 4923 (Nesbitt) Highways; name; portion of I-94 in Van Buren county; designate as the "Trooper Rick Johnson Memorial Highway".

HB 4957 (Foster) Highways; name; renaming of a certain bridge on US-2; designate as the "Heath Michael Robinson Memorial Bridge".

HB 4985 (Kosowski) Highways; name; certain portion of M-153; designate as the "Firefighter Brian Woehlke Memorial Highway".

HB 5447 (Kivela) Highways; name; portion of US-41; designate as the "Earl DeMarse Memorial Highway".

HB 5543 (Outman) Highways; name; portion of M-57 within Montcalm county; designate as the "Joseph Prentler Memorial Highway".

SB 1022 (Casperson) Highways; bridges; renaming of M-64 bridge over the Ontonagon river in Ontonagon, Michigan; designate as the "Ontonagon County Veterans Memorial Bridge".

SB 281 (Green) Highways; bridges; movable bridge fund; create, and require oversight of publicly owned movable bridges by department of transportation.

And any other business properly before the committee.

Individuals who wish to submit written testimony need to supply a minimum of 10 copies for distribution.
ChairTom Casperson


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