When it comes to renting or buying a home, owners and occupants can arm themselves with information on their rights.
Spring Lake Twp. supervisor concerned
Kim VanKampen, the woman whose mission is to reinvent Spring Lake, purchased another property this week.
If you can afford it, it might be simple to pay off your mortgage earlier. But should you? That’s a complicated question.
Even though inflation has been low for nearly a decade, certain worrywarts continue to look for it around every corner.
The Grand Haven Township Board has given the go-ahead to RW Properties LLC to build a new senior living complex in the township.
Cindy Marinko hauled boards across the deck of a house under construction at 1317 Columbus Ave. Thursday morning, the buzz of a saw and pound of a nail gun sounding in the background.
SPRING LAKE TWP. – The long-awaited Spring Ridge planned unit development is finally leaving the drawing board.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — A planned new senior living development could soon be coming to the Township Board for review and approval.
Developers of a planned condo development for the Bil-Mar site provide update to Grand Haven City Council on Monday night.
The City of Grand Haven and Spring Lake Township have recently spent time coming up with new rules to regulate short-term rentals in their communities, but legislation introduced in both the state House and Senate could reverse that work.
Mayor Geri McCaleb said Monday night’s decision comes after the city spent a lot of time with various boards and committees to develop with new regulations.
Grand Haven’s year-long discussion about short-term rentals in the city could culminate Monday night with a final vote on new rules.
The Spring Lake Township Board is standing firm in defending its new short-term rental ordinance, even in the face of a lawsuit.
Grand Haven City Council held a first reading of proposed modifications to the city's short-term rental ordinance Monday night, the latest in a year-long process to try and institute new regulations.