Bill of Grand Haven asked, "What are the rules for bicyclists on the road? I see a lot of them riding in the left lane, facing traffic. As I understand it, if you're on wheels, you go with traffic. And can they ride two abreast?"
Charles of Grand Haven asked, "I get recorded phone calls saying, 'This is a very important message. Currently, there are no problems. If you are a senior citizen ..." How can I make these calls stop?"
Laura of Grand Haven asked, "A Mailbag last week asked about the 'GH Bird Club' bird bath in Grand Haven's Central Park. Not far from it is a little rectangular stone marked, 'In memory of Peter Spoelma, 1964.' Who was Peter Spoelma and why is it there?"
Jim of Grand Haven asked, "Why do some speed limit signs say 'speed limit so and so ends' without saying what the new limit is? Is that a sneaky trick to ticket motorists in that speed limit sign-free zone? And if we are supposed to know the speed limit on any given street, why put the signs up at all?"
Eric of Grand Haven asked, "With all the talk in the newspaper lately about the railroad drawbridge, I was wondering, how do the railroad crossings in town work, and how do they know a train is coming?"
Daniel of Grand Haven asked, "Do you have any information on the rectangular stone in Central Park with the words 'GH Bird Club 1917' chiseled on the front? Does it serve as a bird feeder, bird bath, or both?"
Shauna of Grand Haven asked, "That telephone company building at the corner of Washington and Fifth Street sure looks like a throwback to the days of the old switchboard operator. How long has it been there?"