April 10, 2017
   Contact: Christina Strong
   Phone: 517.482.1189

Kalkaska County Road Commission honored with IMPRESS Award at annual Highway Conference

Lansing, MI – Kalkaska County Road Commission (KCRC) was honored as an IMPRESS Award recipient by the County Road Association (CRA) of Michigan at CRA’s 2017 Annual Highway Conference in March. IMPRESS Awards recognize county road agencies that demonstrate innovation with special projects in communications and operations.
“Our county road agencies work hard to improve local roads, and support their local communities,” said Denise Donohue, director of the County Road Association of Michigan. “Kalkaska County Road Commission is honored for its effort to strengthen community outreach creatively.”
KCRC entered a decorated V-plow in the Kalkaska Christmas Parade for its “From Servants to Celebrities” project, generating positive community reception by winning parade entry awards for non-profits, as well as winning an award for originality for its presence in the National Trout Festival and County Fair.
An independent panel of communications and operations experts from several of Michigan’s 83 county road agencies judged submitted projectsAward recipients were honored for their projects that solved time restraints, labor costs, and communication barriers.
The 83 members of the County Road Association of Michigan represent the unified voice for a safe and efficient county transportation infrastructure system in Michigan, including appropriate stewardship of the public’s right-of-way in rural and urban Michigan.  Collectively, Michigan’s county road agencies manage 75 percent of all roads in the state, including 90,000 miles of roads and 5,700 bridges.  County road agencies also maintain the state’s highway system in 64 counties.  Michigan has the nation’s fourth-largest local road system.
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