Possible land gift could benefit NORA rec planning

A Grand Haven Township resident has proposed a donation of about 70 acres of property near Hofma Park, which would be contingent upon a development plan coming together that emphasizes sports fields and active recreation, Township Supervisor Mark Reenders said.

GRAND HAVEN TWP. — Community officials say that a possible land gift could help the North Ottawa Recreation Authority and its goal to have a site for sports fields and a recreation complex.

“A township resident has proposed a generous donation of about 70 acres of property near Hofma Park,” said Grand Haven Township Supervisor Mark Reenders.

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