Josh Brugger heaved a stack of ring-bound tomes onto the table at Grand Haven City Council's July 15 meeting, and then handed them out to his fellow elected leaders.
Oshki currently only sells shirts, but the company will be expanding the merchandise line soon.
An invisible line, called a tension zone, stretches across the continental United States. It represents a unique overlay of northern and southern species of plants and animals, and it cuts right through Ottawa County.
A narrow by Grand Haven City Council this week will impact numerous residents who have for decades relied on groundwater to feed lawns and fill swimming pools.
Spring Lake has been treated for Eurasian milfoil, but not for algae so far this year, according to Tony Groves, water resources practice leader for Progressive AE.
Temperatures for the rest of the week are expected to be in the upper 80s and lower 90s, depending on where you live, and the heat indexes will be even higher.
Lake treatments are happening as usual.
"We can compare it only with photos of the Maldives," said Sergey Griva, a local who visited the lake, adding he's never been to the Maldives and couldn't find it on a map.
The Ohio native became the commission’s second director June 24. He previously served nearly seven years as assistant director of MetroParks in Butler County, Ohio.
The Illinois Department of Natural Resources is considering options to deal with thousands of invasive Asian carp that are clustering near the base of the Lake Decatur dam.
Developers in Ottawa County will have a new incentive to invest in disused and contaminated properties.
Robert Shelley, the distribution and engineering manager for the municipal utility, presented a report on improving reliability to BLP trustees on June 27.
Amid historic Great Lakes water levels wreaking havoc on local infrastructure, the City of Grand Haven will request a state of emergency for flooded Harbor Island.
After hearing from residents opposed to giving up their groundwater rights, the Grand Haven City Council on Monday voted 3-2 to restrict well usage in two contaminated areas.
The cost of the overall transition is now estimated at around $100 million. The original planning estimate released last year accounted for $68 million.