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Outdoor dining and gathering spaces are among the things people would like to see more of in downtown Grand Haven, according to a survey.

The Grand Haven Main Street Downtown Development Authority has received final approval from the City Council for a special assessment that will allow the agency to collect more money from its downtown partners.

First approved by the council on Dec. 7, Monday’s decision will renew the current assessment with slight legislative changes to increase the DDA’s operating budget. This renewal will go into effect July 1 and remain valid until July 1, 2025.

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