1 New policy set to preserve local sculpture

This 2018 photo shows the Brass River area in downtown Grand Haven. A new policy approved by the City Council this week will prohibit tents, tables and more from being set there.

A new policy will prohibit people from blocking a local statue with tables, tents and more.

The Grand Haven City Council on Monday approved the policy that aims to help maintain the integrity of the Brass River walkway sculpture, located between the Chamber of Commerce office and the old train depot at the foot of Washington Avenue.

Contact Meghan Haas at mhaas@grandhaventribune.com.

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