Ferrysburg, and Grand Haven city and township residents will be asked to approve a six-year millage renewal for the Tri-Cities Historical Museum on Aug. 7.
Operators at the Northwest Ottawa Water System treatment plant have taken note of the increased water demand during the recent dry spell.
With the city’s new water and sewer rates set to take effect on Aug. 1, Grand Haven finance officials continue to look at how best to fund future infrastructure improvements.
The city recently launched real-time streaming of all City Council meetings, which air live on Grand Haven’s YouTube channel.
Grand Haven leaders have taken the next step toward updating the east-side park.
Architects and city leaders are in the process of designing new ways to utilize the space inside the former train depot in front of the new Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium.
The community has partnered with Kalamazoo-based Walker Consultants to conduct a $6,900 study of possible locations, potential cost and whether a parking ramp would be a good fit for the community.
The sewer rate increases 11 percent in 2018, and 8 percent in both 2019 and 2020, while the water rate increases 5 percent each of the next three years.
The Ottawa County Farmland Preservation Program is planning to host its second annual Farms are the Tapas fundraiser to support farmland preservation throughout the county.
Boating season is underway, and officials from the state and county are making sure boaters are educated about their role in protecting waters from aquatic invasive species.