City Council on Monday night unanimously approved its goal statement for the upcoming year, a process which began back in November 2017.
Grand Haven City Council has approved an introductory resolution to change the zoning of a 1.5-acre property to accommodate new multi-family housing units near Jackson and Third streets.
Snow showers. High near 24. East southeast wind 11 to 16 mph, with gusts as high as 24 mph. Chance of precipitation is 90%. New snow accumulation of around 2 inches.
Wine About Winter livens up downtown Grand on a cold winter’s night.
Developers hope to change the type of housing development they’re putting in on a 1.56-acre parcel along the east side of Third Street, just north of Jackson Street, in Grand Haven’s Old Town neighborhood.
The Grand Haven Planning Commission recently considered a request from Noto’s Old World Dining for a zoning change for the property from Waterfront District to Planned Development District, along with approval of a preliminary development plan for an expansion of the former Bil-Mar restaurant.
After a year hiatus, Odd Side Ales is planning another Odd Side Festival for downtown Grand Haven this summer.
A solid foot of base, cold temperatures and a constant barrage of fluffy white snow have combined to start a banner season for winter outdoor activities.
It turns out Nicole Ziesemer was carrying twins, and 59 minutes after Blakeley was born, Nicole gave birth to a second baby, Cade Matthew Ziesemer.
The city has entered into the next stage of assessing the possibility of installing snowmelt along a portion of Harbor Drive as part of an upcoming infrastructure enhancement project.
Construction of the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium is well under way, and soon the adjacent Brass River plaza area could see new life of its own.
“It’s a substantial effort, and the current City Council has been a big part in helping to make that happen,” Grand Haven City Manager Pat McGinnis said.
Taylor Avenue is closed between Sheldon Road and Hillcrest Street due to a water main break Friday morning.
It was not a roof collapse, as had been rumored.
Plan on slippery road conditions. Total snow accumulations of about 4 inches is expected in the Grand Haven area. A foot of new snow is possible north of Muskegon.