Ottawa County Treasurer Bradley Slagh has been knocking on doors recently in a last ditch effort to give people a chance to pay back taxes before they lose their home or farm.
The owner of Lakeshore Auto Supply, the only business still operating in the strip mall at the front of the 7-acre property, said he’s still trying to finalize plans for a new location.
The Ottawa County Road Commission will use these funds in 2018 to complete approximately 7 miles of additional improvements to primary and local roads.
The Grand Haven Township Board approved the promotion of Shawn Schrader to the rank of captain on March 26.
Ferrysburg Mayor Rebecca Hopp took some heat during last year’s election for her political aspirations and her work with the Michigan Municipal League, but she's become a key player in helping to reinvent that organization's Michigan Women in Municipal Government branch.
The chairperson of the Board of Commissioners will see a salary increase of 6 percent effective Jan. 1, 2019.
SPRING LAKE TWP. — For the third consecutive year, rates will be going up for what Spring Lake Township residents flush down the drain.
Developers hope to have first phase complete in spring 2019.
Currently, residents can only pay by cash or check.
The bill, which Peters will introduce with Sen. David Perdue, R-Georgia, would ensure the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm Service Agency loan program can fulfill its commitments to already-approved loan applications.
Keith Van Beek knows he fits into some Holland stereotypes.
Sen. Gary Peters toured Dream Winds Dairy farm on Friday, where he announced new, bipartisan legislation to preserve loans used by small farmers to start and grow their operations. The bill would ensure the U.S. Department of Agriculture’s Farm
A bill signed into law Tuesday by Gov. Rick Snyder will cause your cellphone bill to increase by 6 cents per month per device, starting in April.
As much as flowers and foliage bloom during the springtime, the annual freeze/thaw cycle means potholes are also sprouting up across roads throughout the state.
Holland has found its new city manager in Keith Van Beek, which means Ottawa County will have to find a new assistant county administrator.