Residents last month said the proposed 10-foot-wide path would infringe too much on their yards and they would prefer that bike traffic remain on the road or be relocated. They also voiced concerns about a proposed canoe/kayak launch in the neighborhood.
Village Council tabled the decision at its last meeting, but must make a decision Monday night to meet a May 15 grant deadline.
Also Monday night, council will host a public hearing on reducing water rates and increasing other fees — including sewer, building permit, rental property inspection, stormwater, and planning and zoning.
Read more of this story in today's print edition of the Grand Haven Tribune.