BLP directors disagree on bonds for Harbor Island work

A motion died for lack of support during the Grand Haven Board of Light & Power directors meeting on Thursday. The motion would have authorized notification to issue bonds. Without the passing of the resolution, board directors will further discuss options for power generation for the city.

Grand Haven’s Board of Light & Power is gearing up to take the steps needed to eventually authorize bonds for work to be done on Harbor Island.

During Thursday night’s Board of Directors meeting, a modified resolution to authorize notification to issue bonds was presented, but died for lack of support. The resolution was presented during last month’s meeting but did not pass.

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