The varsity coach for Fruitport Calvary Christian High School, Dr. Jeff Zahr, began CPR and AED procedures that saved the Spring Lake teen’s life.
Grand Haven Public Works Director Derek Gajdos presented a study by the Abonmarche consulting firm to City Council this month, which suggests increasing the city’s annual road budget of $500,000 to $1.25 million.
The newest Ottawa County park is here to stay.
It was a packed house at Grand Haven City Hall on Tuesday as residents weighed in on a proposed residential development on the Stanco property.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — The Grand Haven Township Board voted unanimously Monday to approve a ban on recreational marijuana facilities and public consumption.
(EDITOR’s NOTE: This story has been updated. A hotel and amenities building for season vendors were proposed for the development in March, but those items have been eliminated from current plans.)
The City of Grand Haven is considering a long-term financing plan that would require a millage to keep up with increasing infrastructure needs.
The bill redefines protected wetlands, increasing the required acreage of a wetland from 5 acres to 10. The definition of a stream will also be modified to include only permanent flowing water.
A resolution from the West Michigan Metropolitan Transportation Planning Program (WestPlan) officially requests MDOT to explore funding options to preserve the route to extend the state highway.
Removing the chemicals from water sources can be done several ways, but there is no perfect solution to the problem.