Westland Mayor William Wild Says Roads Still Top Issue

Michigan voters rejected a ballot proposal earlier this month, which would have raised the state sales tax to generate an additional $1.2 billion for road repairs and maintenance.

But Westland Mayor William Wild says roads are still the top issue for his residents.  He’ll appear on a panel to discuss the subject Friday morning at the Mackinac Policy Conference.

Wild spoke with WDET’s Jerome Vaughn.

Image credit: Photo by Jerome Vaughn

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About the Author

Jerome Vaughn

News Director & WDET Host, All Things Considered

Jerome Vaughn joined WDET in 1992 to help chronicle Detroit’s comeback and let people around the world know the truth about his hometown.

jvaughn@wdet.org   Follow @jvdet

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