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Four naturalization ceremonies held at Loutit District Library
The Spring Lake Township Board has recommended a raise for the township treasurer position — but the supervisor, clerk and trustee salaries will remain the same.
The Grand Haven Township Board voted 4-0 Monday night to go ahead with the upgrade of the system, which was was first installed in 2002.
The move appears to be in violation of the Open Meetings Act, which allows citizens to know what their government is doing by requiring public bodies to conduct nearly all business in an open meeting.
Decision to bury power lines also discussed, postponed by City Council.
The money will be used to construct a new 16-inch water main across the Grand River at 68th Avenue.
Ottawa County Administrator Al Vanderberg highlights economy, growth and areas of need in annual State of the County report to the Board of Commissioners.
A Ludington-area township will hold a special meeting tonight (Jan. 23) to address a constitutional battle over a cross.
The new exchange zone will be located in several parking spaces within the parking lot between the Fire/Rescue building and the Township Hall, and the Township Hall lobby will serve as an exchange zone during normal business hours.
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UPDATE Monday Jan. 22, 2018, 2:45 p.m.
Former Grand Haven resident James Timberlake has added a long line of credits to his resume since graduating from Grand Haven High School in 1970.
WASHINGTON – Life under a government shutdown would look much like life every other day – unless you work for the federal government.
A bitterly divided Washington hurtled toward a government shutdown Friday in a partisan stare-down over demands by Democrats for a solution on politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported.