The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday night unanimously approved conceptual plans for Schmidt Heritage Park, which would be located between Ferris and Lincoln streets, just west of the Cutter Park subdivision.
It will be a little while longer until Lincoln Street, from U.S. 31 to 144th Avenue, is reopened to traffic.
A large tree has fallen across Ferris Street near the entrance to Grand Haven High School on Friday morning, blocking traffic in both directions.
The developers have proposed a 26-condominium development comprised of 13 buildings along 152nd Avenue, just south of Groesbeck Street.
GRAND HAVEN TWP. — One person suffered minor injuries in a one-vehicle rollover crash late Sunday evening on southbound U.S. 31 south of Grand Haven.
A favorable fund balance is allowing more road work in township subdivisions this year.
The Grand Haven Township Board has given Village at Rosy Mound developers the go-ahead to built a new driveway that would allow traffic to exit Grand Haven High School following big events.
The Michigan Department of Transportation plans to complete a $650,000 resurfacing project on the road, from U.S. 31 to M-231, over the next several weeks.
Demolition permits have been issued for the new development, and work has started on the removal of the existing buildings.
A section of Lincoln Street, from U.S. 31 to 144th Avenue, will be closed to through traffic until early June.
People suffering from dizziness or balance problems have a new place to turn.
Bids for the Groesbeck and 152nd Avenue pathway extensions were recently released, and will come back for Township Board review later this month.
Village at Rosy Mound seeks PUD amendment to allow school district to build driveway.
The owner of Lakeshore Auto Supply, the only business still operating in the strip mall at the front of the 7-acre property, said he’s still trying to finalize plans for a new location.
The Grand Haven Township Board approved the promotion of Shawn Schrader to the rank of captain on March 26.