Residents pointed out at a recent commission meeting that parking spaces, child safety and traffic flow are all very concerning. School zones and bussing are also concerns.
It certainly is understandable that the city must do something to recoup the investment in Grand Landing. The south channel of the Grand River is a natural resource that should be developed to the best (long-term) advantage for our city, and not for a developer’s profit.
I ask for patience, study and input from Grand Haven residents before proceeding. It’s a decision that will last a lifetime.