Chinook Pier won't open this spring due to mold

Tribune photo/Meghan HaasDairy Creme owners Russell and Renee Roberts speak to Grand Haven City Council members about what Chinook Pier means for them. Council approved making buildings A and B unavailable for occupancy this spring. Building C will be discussed again at the Jan. 20 meeting. 

Several businesses, including some that have been a part of Grand Haven’s landscape for decades, may not be returning to Chinook Pier this spring due to mold issues in the city-owned buildings.

During Monday night’s Grand Haven City Council meeting, council members approved advising tenants there would not be available occupancy in buildings A and B and decided to take a closer look at whether building C could open for the upcoming season. Buildings A and B are the two main buildings at Chinook Pier, while Building C is the smaller structure on the west end of the property, occupied by Nautical Knots and Diary Creme. 

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