Washington Ave. home added to local historic registry

From left, Mayor Geri McCaleb and Historic Conservation District Commission Chairperson Marsha Peterson present Anthony and Michelle Ciccantelli with a plaque showing the Ciccantellis’ home is now the 11th house on the Local Historic Landmark Registry.

A home along Washington Avenue was recently added as one of the features in a future walking tour around the city of Grand Haven that will highlight the history of the area.

Anthony and Michelle Ciccantelli’s home at 608 Washington has been approved by the city’s Historic Conservation District Commission as the newest of 11 homes on the Local Historic Landmark Registry.

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