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Dixie Highway from I-75 through Airport Road is scheduled for joint repairs, milling and resurfacing. Lois Kay was the low bidder for $1,357,875. Construction will begin mid-June, to be completed by August 26, 2019, weather dependent. Work will begin on the outside lanes, with one lane of traffic being maintained in each direction on the inside lanes. There will also be a two week closure to construct the Airport Road intersection. During this closure, the detour route will use Dixie Highway, Portsmouth Road and Roedel Road. Once complete, work will begin on the inside lanes with traffic shifted to the outside lanes. Work on the second phase of this project, Airport Road to Junction Road is currently in design for 2020 construction.

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The Bridgeport Parks and Recreation Department shall strive to develop and maintain quality parks and facilities; to preserve open/natural spaces; and to provide recreational programs and services which will enhance the physical, social and emotional well-being of all residents of Bridgeport Township!

The Saginaw County Mosquito Abatement Commission will again be conducting household scrap tire collection beginning May 1st and running through August 30th of this year. Scrap tires are ideal mosquito breeding habitat for both nuisance and disease carrying mosquitoes. SCMAC’s scrap tire program is part of our Source Reduction effort, and annually results in thousands of tires being collected from Saginaw County property owners and communities. All collected tires are transported to First Class Tire Shredders Inc. in Clio where they are shredded and used in various capacities. This effort is funded in part through the DEQ’s Scrap Tire Cleanup Program.