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Residents Concerned About Cornell Rd. Filled With Potholes

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HASLETT, Mich. (WLNS) - Road repairs and tree removal proposals have a lot of people talking at the Meridian Township board meeting.

A two-mile stretch of Cornell Road is causing concern from residents, as they say it's full of potholes. It runs from West Grand River to Orlando Drive.

The proposal is to cut down hundreds of trees to widen the so-called "natural beauty" road. Because it's a "natural beauty" road, it does not have to meet state standards like most other roads.

Ingham County Department of Transportation and Roads is proposing an $850,000 reconstruction project.

Maria Hechanova will have more tonight on 6 News at 11.

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