MUSKEGON, Mich. (WZZM)- A service senior citizens say they rely on may soon be eliminated. The city is considering cutting Muskegon Senior Transit.
Tonight a group who wants to save it is heading to city hall.
Senior Dorothy Davidge says, "This is badly needed by the seniors."
The group has collected signatures and wants city leaders to find funding for Senior Transit.
Senior Dorothy Davidge says, "There are a lot of people in this building that use it and like it."
The service helps seniors get around town. One way rides cost $1.50.
Senior Phyllis Hallberg says, "Most everybody here would be willing to pay more."