MDOT officials say work will include electrical and mechanical upgrades.
The 2018 Coast Guard Festival happens July 27 to Aug. 5.
Summer is here, which means the start of grilling season and backyard dinners with friends and family.
Grand Haven public works officials say there’s no shortage of work that could be included in the next round of street resurfacing projects for the city’s fiscal year 2018-19 budget cycle.
Grand Haven’s leaders continue to weigh possible increases to the city’s water and sewer rates.
The developers have proposed a 26-condominium development comprised of 13 buildings along 152nd Avenue, just south of Groesbeck Street.
The Grand Haven Board of Light & Power says it will be placing the Sims power plant back online today after a planned three-month spring maintenance shutdown.
It’s expected that the expansion project will generate a total capital investment of $5.3 million and create 72 jobs; the company will contribute the $850,000 in MSF funds to upgrade the capacity of the Grand Haven/Spring Lake Sewer Authority.
The city has planned a ribbon-cutting ceremony for noon Thursday, June 21.
Data released last week by the U.S. Census Bureau shows Ottawa County continues to be a leader in growth in the state of Michigan.