The candidates include former Village Councilman Steve Nauta and newcomers Marianne Martinus and Susan Petrus.
Spring Lake is the first township in the state to have received the honor twice.
The discussion follows an April 24 recommendation by the BLP board that calls for the closure of the Sims plant by June 2020.
Doss has served on council for nearly three years. She was being appointed in August 2015 to fill the seat vacated by Dave Bennett.
City staff recently rolled out a plan that they think is a “sustainable, palatable approach” for long-term investment into the streets, and underground water and sewer lines.
Tuesday was the filing deadline for partisan candidates to appear on the 2018 August primary ballot.
City administrators, council discuss new upcoming budget during special work session Monday night.
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After being denied in 2016 and 2017, City Manager Craig Bessinger said the city plans to apply again before the May 1 deadline for an $8.5 million state local bridge grant to help reconstruct Smith's Bridge.
A section of Lincoln Street, from U.S. 31 to 144th Avenue, will be closed to through traffic until early June.
BLP continues discussions on possible power plant closure
John Stuparits has served in his current position for the last two years after heading up the local wastewater treatment plant.
The two municipalities are in the process of finalizing an agreement to share administrative assistant Mary Paparella, who has worked full-time in that capacity for the village for 14 years.
Ottawa County Sheriff Steve Kempker has named Zeeland Fire Services Chief Nick Bonstell as Ottawa County’s new emergency management director.
Spring Lake Township Treasurer Jim Koster's pay will climb from $12,000 to $18,000 a year.