By Christine Maydossian
Leliken Strategy Advisors 

NOAA Administrator Meets with Mayors to Discuss Infrastructure Flood Solutions Underway in Southeast Michigan

The Cities Initiative to partner with mayors to fund restoration of the North Branch of Ecorse Creek


Mayor Bill Bazzi of Dearborn Heights, (NOAA) Administrator Rick Spinrad, Mayor Michael Higgins of Lincoln Park, and Mayor Lamar Tidwell of Ecorse joined in the discussion at the Ecorse Creek in Dearborn Heights

Dearborn Heights, MI, April 25, 2024 – Today, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Administrator Rick Spinrad, Ph.D., met with local mayors to discuss infrastructure flood solutions underway in Southeast Michigan. Mayors in attendance included Mayor Bill Bazzi of Dearborn Heights, Mayor Lamar Tidwell of Ecorse, Mayor Michael Higgins of Lincoln Park, Mayor Gail McLeod of Allen Park, and Mayor Tim Woolley of Taylor.

The Cities Initiative received Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act (also known as the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law) funding through the National Coastal Resilie...

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