Greenway bike path on Spring Lake Village Council agenda on Monday

Village Council will take a hot button topic off the table at 7:30 p.m. Monday at Barber School, 102 W. Exchange St., following a 6 p.m. public trolley tour. Last month, residents spoke against plans for the Grand River Greenway bike path to travel across village-owned property adjacent to Ann Street. Tolford/West Ann Street residents are invited to meet council at the site or to flag down the trolley and board along the route.
Marie Havenga
Apr 30, 2011

 

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.

Comments

dickdevoss

Oh no please keep the these other people from getting to close to to us!!!! Ha Ha you might have to share your water with the common people!!!!

 

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