4:59 PM Jul 29, 2015
Abbie of Grand Haven asked, “How does Scoopie stay cool when he/she is out at parades and other events? That costume has got to be hot inside.”
5:01 PM Jul 27, 2015
Rita of Grand Haven asked, “Someone told me the picnic at Coast Guard Park on Sunday was the 100th year for it? Is that true?”
5:00 PM Jul 22, 2015
Judy of Nunica asked, “I am wondering where all the Spread the Music Foundation funds are these days? Dave Palmer does such a fine job with music promotion.”
5:00 PM Jul 20, 2015
Lucy of Grand Haven Township asked, “Why does Ottawa County have a jog in it, instead of having straight borders?”
5:40 PM Jul 15, 2015
Howard of West Olive asked, “If a car and bicyclist both stop at a red light at the same time … who goes first?”
5:00 PM Jul 13, 2015
Cheryl of Grand Haven Township asked, “I am wondering why there are no benches on the new deck in Bicentennial Park. It was such a nice place to sit, eat our Pronto Pups and enjoy the scenery.”
5:00 PM Jul 8, 2015
Tim of Spring Lake Township asks, "I've been in downtown Grand Haven the past few weeks and have noticed the artwork installed around town. How is it that the art is able to be left outside?"
5:00 PM Jul 6, 2015
Wayne of Spring Lake asked, “What are the rules the Grand Haven State Park staff use on closing the parking lots and then to open them when spaces become available as cars leave?”
5:00 PM Jul 1, 2015
Mark of Grand Haven asked, “Recently, a segment on ‘60 Minutes’ was on about environmental issues regarding disposal of coal ash, a byproduct of coal-operated power plants. It got me curious about our local Grand Haven Board of Light & Power and Port Sheldon's Consumers Energy power plants’ disposal method. I assume they generate coal ash as well.”
5:00 PM Jun 29, 2015
Nikki of Grand Haven asked, “A couple of weeks ago, you told us who Slayton Avenue is named for. Who is Robbins Road named for?”

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