Most of the way to the project’s fundraising goal, the City of Grand Haven has approved the purchase of a new sound system for the Musical Fountain.
The City Council voted 5-0 last week to pursue three grants — two for Mulligan’s Hollow and one for Sluka Field.
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.
U.S. Rep. Bill Huizenga, R-Zeeland, lamented the lack of “softball” questions Thursday morning as he met with business leaders and local officials at the Spring Lake Country Club.
A pickleball court and splash park were among the options Grand Haven Township officials considered for the former skating rink site at Mercury Park.
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.
Closures of all lanes are expected to occur in 15-minute intervals between 9 p.m. Wednesday and 5 a.m. Thursday.
City Council OKs liquor license for Long Road Distillers.
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.