Keyless entry part of GH Township expansion

A wireless, keyless door system and an enlarged clerk's office are new features in the proposed plans to expand storage and police offices at the Grand Haven Township administrative complex on 168th Avenue. The Township Board on Monday reviewed construction drawings and approved staff to solicit bids for the project that would expand the township's storage area, as well as the Ottawa County Sheriff's Department's satellite office at the southern end of the complex.
Kyle Moroney
Apr 12, 2011

 

The project is estimated at a total cost of $42,500 — with $4,000 coming out of the township’s police special assessment district funds for the sheriff’s expansion and the rest out of general fund money.

The plans include expanding the existing 320-square-foot Sheriff’s Department office — which contains a handful of work stations and lockers — by adding 630 square feet of office space that remains unused by township staff, and holds meeting tables and chairs, filing cabinets and several voting machines. A framed-in doorway on the southwest corner of the current office will be knocked down, connecting the room to the former Township Board administration room and a smaller enclosed office room, which used to be the township manager’s office.

The increased space will give the Sheriff’s Department three rooms: one for evidence and processing, one for office space, and another to be used for interviewing.

To read more of this story, see today's print edition of the Grand Haven Tribune.

 

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