A vacant storefront on Savidge Street is slated to undergo a facelift before it becomes home to two new businesses.
On Tuesday night, the Spring Lake Village Planning Commission unanimously approved plans for two first-floor offices and second-floor residential space at 114 W. Savidge St., the former home of Chapter 11 Sports.
After Spring Lake's varsity tennis team turned in what she thought was a lackluster performance in a tight win against Whitehall on Monday, Lakers' head coach Sarah Peterson demanded better communication from her doubles teams and clearer examples of a positive attitude on the court from her singles players.
Today: A 30-percent chance of showers, mainly before 8 a.m. Cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a steady temperature around 46. Breezy, with a north-northwest wind between 13 and 23 mph, with gusts as high as 34 mph.
Northwest Ottawa County governments received a cut of more than $10 million in delinquent property tax payments distributed by Ottawa County Treasurer Bradley Slagh.
"Even though this dollar amount seems very large, the good news is that - for the third year in a row - the volume of delinquent properties and dollar amounts have continued to decrease,' Slagh said.
Pirates were given the go-ahead to raise their flag over Harbor Island this summer for the fourth annual Michigan Pirate Festival, an event held in conjunction with Loutit District Library.
"As far as the library is concerned, we are all for it,' library spokesman Larry Halverson said. "Central Park is an ideal spot, but there are some limitations there.'