ROGERS CITY, Mich. — Rogers City will make a slight re–investment in athletics.
During Tuesday’s city council meeting, members voted in favor of a small expenditure to improve the city’s tennis courts.
With the growing popularity of pickleball, they plan on converting some of the space into pickleball courts.
City Manager Joe Hefele said they’re also planning some general fixes.
He expects the project to start in spring 2022. The expected cost is between $3,000 and $4,000.