City to hold public hearing on proposed Mulligan’s Hollow Master Plan

The public will have a chance next week to chime in on a plan that aims to map out the future of the city's Mulligan's Hollow Recreation Area.
Alex Doty
Oct 13, 2011

Officials from Johnson-Hill Land Ethics Studio and the Grand Haven City Council will be taking comments on the plan during council’s meeting at 7:30 p.m. Monday.

“The impetus behind this (plan) is the Northwest Ottawa Water System project,” said Chet Hill of Johnson-Hill Land Ethics Studio, the firm helping to develop the plan.

City officials want to have the master plan approved in time for the next phase of the NOWS expansion project, scheduled to being in the spring, that would impact the park. Officials say by having the plan in place, it will allow the park to be put together how they want it.

Based on the proposed master plan, the improvements proposed at the recreation area would be divided up to take place in the immediate and distant future.

“We developed a plan with two stages,” Hill said.

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