Construction Prevailing Wage Ban Stalls On Path To Michigan Legislature By Rick Pluta • May 16, 2018 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org The Michigan Supreme Court has called a halt to a petition campaign to repeal wage protections for workers on government-funded construction projects. Listen Listening... / 0:37 Rick Pluta reports on the Michigan Supreme Court ruling against a petition to end prevailing wage. Unions Ask Michigan Supreme Court To Put The Brakes To Prevailing Wage Repeal By Rick Pluta • May 15, 2018 Wikipedia Media Commons / wikipedia.org Construction worker unions have asked the Michigan Supreme Court to put the brakes on sending a petition-initiated question to the Legislature. The unions say the petition campaign broke the rules. Listen Listening... / 0:38 Rick Pluta reports on construction worker unions appealing to the Michigan Supreme Court to protect the prevailing wage law. EMU Summer Construction Projects Will Continue Into New Academic Year By Jorge Avellan • Aug 30, 2017 Brielle Bashore / Eastern Michigan University Eastern Michigan University has spent over $40 million this summer on construction projects. Listen Listening... / 0:41 WEMU's Jorge Avellan reports on the many construction projects underway at EMU. Revive 275 Almost Complete After Months Of Construction By Lisa Barry • Aug 29, 2016 MDOT Thousands of area commuters will soon get back into their driving routines with the re-opening of another local freeway after months of construction. Listen Listening... / 0:44 Listen to the full story. Ypsilanti's Parkridge Housing Development To Undergo Demolition Beginning Today By Taylor Pinson • Jul 5, 2016 Courtesy Photo / City of Ypsilanti The City of Ypsilanti starts work on a new affordable housing project today. Listen Listening... / 0:24 WEMU's Taylor Pinson reports on the Parkridge Housing Complex being set for reconstruction. Ann Arbor To Give 'Facelift' To A Stretch of South University Avenue By Taylor Pinson • Jun 16, 2016 Courtesy Photo / a2dda.org Ann Arbor's South University Area is getting some improvements. A One Mile Section Of The Border To Border Trail In Ann Arbor Will Close In July By Amanda LeClaire • Jun 8, 2016 WEMU A heavily trafficked section of the Border to Border Trail will close next month for reconstruction. Listen Listening... / 0:31 WEMU's Amanda LeClaire reports on reconstruction of Ann Arbor's Border to Border Trail. Construction Season Underway In Washtenaw County By Amanda LeClaire • Apr 11, 2016 89.1 WEMU As temperatures rise, crews will be out on many of the region’s roads. Listen Listening... / 0:39 WEMU's Amanda LeClaire reports on upcoming road work in Washtenaw County. Michigan Legislature Won’t Vote On Roads In July By Rick Pluta • Jul 22, 2015 Andrew Cluley / 89.1 WEMU The Legislature is on a summer break until mid-August. The House and the Senate both adjourned today (Tue.) with no quorums and no votes on road funding.