The Indian Channel off the Grand River could soon become a no-wake zone to all boats (temporarily) if the Department of Natural Resources approves a Public Act 72 request from Spring Lake Township.

Township board members voted in favor of submitting the request to the state for a 1,000-foot section of the channel. Clerk Carolyn Boersma was the lone no vote on the resolution during a virtual board meeting Monday night.

You may contact Becky Vargo at

bvargo@grandhaventribune.com.

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