The nonprofit Spectrum Health facility applied for the exemption in January, seeking a 95 percent reimbursement totaling about $1.3 million dating back to 2016.
Disregarding the recommendation of the Planning Commission, the Grand Haven City Council on Monday approved a change in the city’s Zoning Ordinance to ban recreational marijuana facilities.
The Grand Haven Township pathway project recently hit a roadblock, with officials determining expansion along U.S. 31 would likely present construction challenges.
The rehabilitation project began in 2008. It will culminate in the next few years with the lengthening of piers, widening of slips and updates to the electrical system.
“We’re constantly battling, sometimes multiple times per day even,” said Ottawa County Road Commission Communications Director Alex Doty.
BLP board resists city’s order for purchasing oversight.
The 6-2 decision may only be symbolic, however, as the City Council does not require the Planning Commission’s recommendation to approve a change in the ordinance. The council will consider the text amendment Monday.
Leaders in Spring Lake Township, Spring Lake Village and the City of Ferrysburg are requesting a change in the no-wake zone near Smith's Bayou in Spring Lake.
Affordable housing and eco-friendly trends will be addressed as the City of Grand Haven evaluates and updates its Zoning Ordinance.
A local development project mired in neighborhood controversy heads to the Grand Haven Planning Commission for approval Tuesday.
The deficit stems from a change in a state rule that redirects the collection of personal property tax, formerly kept at the municipal level, to the state. Local officials said the reimbursement has been a challenge to anticipate for the past few years.
Public hearing set for Sluka Field, Mulligan's Hollow projects.
Dana Nessel will host a seminar looking at the Freedom of Information Act and the Open Meetings Act, as part of Sunshine Week, at the Grand Haven Community Center on March 11.
Torn over access to alcohol on Grand Haven’s waterfront, the City Council has denied Long Road Distillers a spot at the historic depot building.
Continuum of Care grants from the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) will help continue services for rehousing and permanent supportive housing, while funding will also increase services for victims of domestic violence.