Fixing Depot

In order to prepare the Grand Trunk Depot for its new tenants this year, Grand Haven’s City Council approved expending $100,000 to install doors, extend power, add emergency and exit lighting, and more.

The Grand Trunk Depot will need to undergo a few changes to be ready for its new tenants.

On Monday, the Grand Haven City Council approved spending $100,000 to install doors, extend power and do other related work in preparation for the displaced shop owners of Chinook Pier who will be moving into the Depot this season.

Contact Meghan Haas at mhaas@grandhaventribune.com.

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