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Several area groups will be working together to host a town hall meeting with the candidates for the Board of Light & Power (BLP), Grand Haven mayor and two seats on the City Council to discuss the environment.

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On Nov. 2, city of Grand Haven voters will have the opportunity to vote on three City Charter amendments.

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Candidates running for Grand Haven’s mayor, City Council and municipal utility trustee positions had a chance to share their message during a forum hosted by the League of Women Voters on Thursday.

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Grand Haven Mayor Robert Monetza is being challenged in the Nov. 2 city election by Catherine McNally, a retired U.S. Coast Guard captain and a small-business owner.

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Voters in Grand Haven and Ferrysburg will be tasked with selecting a mayor in the upcoming general election.

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The two seats on both the Board of Light & Power and the Grand Haven City Council up for election this year each had five candidates until Tuesday’s primary, when city voters were asked to pick two.

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A primary for two seats on City Council (four-year terms) and two director seats with the Grand Haven Board of Light & Power (six-year terms) are on Tuesday's ballot in the city of Grand Haven.

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Over the past week, we've run answers to our questionnaires from the five candidates running for Grand Haven City Council, and we're in the process of running responses for those running for a spot on the Board of Light & Power Board of Directors.

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Editor’s note: The Tribune has distributed questionnaires to each of the five people running for spots on Grand Haven’s City Council. Over the next two weeks, we will run their responses, as they were submitted, to help you decide who to vote for in the Aug. 3 primary.

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Editor’s note: The Tribune has distributed questionnaires to each of the five people running for spots on Grand Haven’s City Council. Over the next two weeks, we will run their responses, as they were submitted, to help you decide who to vote for in the Aug. 3 primary.

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Editor’s note: Tim Deiters’ response to our questionnaire first ran on July 6. Those answers were sent to the Tribune erroneously and do not accurately reflect Deiters’ viewpoints on the questions. His updated responses are listed below.

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Editor’s note: The Tribune has distributed questionnaires to each of the five people running for spots on Grand Haven’s City Council. Over the next two weeks, we will run their responses, as they were submitted, to help you decide who to vote for in Aug. 3 primary.

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Editor’s note: The Tribune has distributed questionnaires to each of the five people running for spots on Grand Haven’s City Council. Over the next two weeks, we will run their responses, as they were submitted, to help you decide who to vote for in Aug. 3 primary.

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The League of Women Voters of the Grand Haven Area, along with the Chamber of Commerce Grand Haven-Spring Lake-Ferrysburg, will host a candidates forum next month for the Grand Haven Board of Light & Power (BLP) and Grand Haven City Council primary elections.

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Grand Haven Township voters overwhelmingly approved a trio of millage renewal and bond proposals during Tuesday’s special election.