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Oakland-Macomb Interceptor

Anthony V. Marrocco, Macomb County Public Works Commissioner, discusses progress on the Oakland-Macomb Interceptor rehab project at a ground breaking ceremony for Contract 4 at a construction site near Ten Mile and the ITC Corridor in Warren.

The $160 million project will restore the structural integrity of the giant transmission line that serves 850,000 residents in Macomb and Oakland counties.

The Drain Board for the Oakland-Macomb Interceptor is shown inside a section of ten foot diameter sewer pipe waiting to be installed on Contract 4.

The Drain Board members are, from left, Commissioner Marrocco; Mike Gregg, Deputy Director, Michigan Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, Chairman; and Jim Nash, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner, Secretary. Read more...

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