The resolution under consideration would authorize the BLP to decommission the coal-burning plant on Harbor Island by June 2020, on the condition that the municipal utility will by June 2023 be capable of generating a majority of local electricity within the service area.
The Board of Light & Power’s coal-burning plant on Harbor Island is slated to close in less than two years, but the storied past of the island environment presents challenges for future development.
Several residents of Robinson Township received a knock on the door last week, as officials from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality and Ottawa County Department of Public Health had come to test their water for PFAS contamination.
Construction will begin for both developments in 2019.
U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, reflects on the election victory, and looks ahead to a Democrat-controlled House.
Less than a week after Michigan voters approved the legalization of recreational marijuana, the Grand Haven Township Board has agreed to bring forth an ordinance to ban marijuana facilities.
Dr. Rob Davidson received more votes than he expected it would take to win Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District race.
Local utility leaning toward small gas plant, wholesale purchasing in absence of Sims.
It was a clean sweep for three proposals on the state ballot Tuesday, cementing the creation of a new industry and amendments to the Michigan Constitution.
Republican incumbent Bill Huizenga has reclaimed his seat to represent Michigan’s 2nd Congressional District, which includes Ottawa County, staving off a challenge from Dr. Rob Davidson of Spring Lake.