Congressman John Moolenaar and Congressman Dan Kildee oday announced the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) will receive a more than $25 million federal grant for the repair and reconstruction of federal highways, roads and bridges that were damaged by the Edenville and Sanford Dams failures following severe rainfall in May 2020.
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Excerpt: Moolenaar toured manufacturing training classrooms at MCC’s Greenville facility, with amenities such as a motor control room that teaches basics to journeymen, hydraulic trainers, desktop CNC mills, motors, welding, computer classrooms (where the student assignment is to wire the entire room) and a new photography classroom where students can learn about photos, video and marketing...
Excerpt: Local farmers had a chance to share their thoughts with the Congressman for Michigan’s 4th District on Friday. Rep. John Moolenaar, R-Midland, toured Andersen Brothers, a centennial farm in rural Blanchard, and met with constituents to discuss agricultural issues, such as food labeling and environmental standards, as well as concerns about ISIS and refugees.
Saginaw Chippewa Tribal Chief Steve Pego was among the Native Americans voicing support of the act, which aims to restore self-governance to tribes and to stop the National Labor Relations Board from “further hindering business owners and entrepreneurs with more regulations and costs, Moolenaar said.
U.S. Rep. John Moolenaar said he presented the Purple Heart to two veterans this year. The award was introduced by George Washington in 1782 to recognize and foster actions of military merit.
Congressman John Moolenaar said, "I think it's important the FAA make a decision and make it soon because people throughout our region would benefit from that. The capital-to-capital transportation, it' served our community very well and we hope they get their job done."
“Today’s business leaders are thirsty for a technology infrastructure that allows them to be competitive in a global marketplace,” Moolenaar said. “AT&T’s collaboration with federal, state and local leaders helps ensure companies can be productive on day one of their operations — giving any community ready to make that happen a leg up with site selectors and CEOs.
n addition to Levin, the Michigan signatories were Republican Reps. Candice Miller of Harrison Township, Dan Benishek of Crystal Falls and John Moolenaar of Midland as well as Democratic Reps. Brenda Lawrence of Southfield, Debbie Dingell of Dearborn, Dan Kildee of Flint Township and John Conyers Jr. of Detroit.
Excerpt: The Iran deal, Planned Parenthood videos and gay marriage … these were the primary interests of Montcalm County residents who met with Rep. John Moolenaar this week. A handful of 4th District constituents attended Wednesday’s meeting at the Montcalm County Administrative Building in Stanton to hear from their Congressman before Congress goes back into session next week.
“We owe so much to these men who stepped forward to fight tyranny and made the ultimate sacrifice, as well as to the family as they have lost a brother and many years of memories. He put the country ahead of himself and we can never repay him,” said Moolenaar.