SL Village to decide on planning collaboration

Village Council is expected to decide tonight whether or not to collaborate with Spring Lake Township and the City of Grand Haven on planning and zoning services. The meeting is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Barber School, 102 W. Exchange St. Village Community Services Director Kathy Staton retired in May. She was in charge of code compliance, zoning matters and also attended monthly Village Planning Commission meetings.
Marie Havenga
Jun 20, 2011

 

Council is considering sharing Spring Lake Township Community Development Director Lukas Hill and Grand Haven City Planner Kristin Keery at a rate of $50 per hour, which is $8 an hour less than a competing bid from Williams & Works.

The six-month trial period would cost the Village $15,000 for about 15 hour per week. Hill would fill the part-time slot July through September, followed by Keery October through December.

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

 

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