Mich. bill would allow private investments in public projects

12/21/2009 | Crain's Detroit Business

Michigan lawmakers are considering legislation to allow private investors to fund infrastructure projects, such as intersection upgrades, turn lanes and transit improvements. Under the proposal, investors would be repaid with revenue from property taxes. The private-investment infrastructure-funding concept would require local municipalities and public agencies to form partnerships to analyze the feasibility of potential projects.

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