By Skyler Ashley
Bath-DeWitt Connection Staff Reporter
DEWITT — The Nov. 10 DeWitt City Council meeting saw the approval of a new initiative to make several repairs to local roads over the next five years. With the help of a Lansing engineering and architecture company, C2AE, DeWitt will create a plan for several improvements by 2016 at a cost not to exceed the amount of $51,290.30. Some of the targeted streets include Schavey and Panther between Howe and Herbison, among others. Talking with those involved creates a breakdown about a process many never question — how the yearly repairs that keep a city running are done.