The approval would also allow for changes to the way lots are designed for permit parking downtown, allowing for permit parking almost anywhere.
The decision on what to do with Columbus Avenue will also be on Monday night’s agenda. Based on a request submitted to the city by the Grand Haven Department of Public Safety, it is asked that Columbus from Harbor to Fifth streets be a two-way roadway.
Additionally, officials will also be taking steps to advance the process to possibly implement a principal shopping district within Grand Haven’s Downtown Development Authority. The proposed PSD would involve a special assessment on property within the DDA in core and non-core zones. This assessment would generate annual revenue of $102,717, city officials said, and would last for an initial term of 10 years.
It is likely that a public hearing on the plan will take place on June 20.