1 Remediation projects slated for summer

After high water levels through this past spring, summer and fall, Grand Haven Department of Public Works employees are looking at how to tackle the projects created from water damage.

The Grand Haven Department of Public Works continues faces a daunting task of dealing with damage from high water.

During Monday night’s City Council meeting, DPW Director Derek Gajdos asked members for direction in moving forward on four impacted areas: the intersections of Harbor Island Drive and US-31; Coho Drive and Third Street; Fifth Street and Adams Avenue; and the Harbor Island Boat Launch.

2 Remediation projects slated for summer

DPW crews used sandbags to keep areas from flooding along Harbor Island Drive this past summer. The same method may be used this year to potentially help with low areas, such as the intersection of Fifth Street and Adams Avenue.

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