Fire Barn

Grand Haven officials have proposed the city’s former fire barn at 18 N. Fifth St. serve as office space for the Board of Light & Power.

The Grand Haven Board of Light & Power has received the preliminary evaluation of Grand Haven’s former fire barn on Fifth Street – a building city officials suggested might be a landing spot for the municipal utility’s customer service center.

The evaluation was performed by Progressive AE, a West Michigan-based architectural and design firm, and presented to the utility’s board of directors on Thursday.

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