Grand Haven, Spring Lake township boards vote Monday night to oppose Grand River Waterway project.
Grand Haven Township has entered the fold to prevent nonprofit businesses from receiving tax exemptions for providing minimal charity.
A bumpy road has led to new rehab work on Lincoln Street in Grand Haven Township, which is set to begin Monday, May 6.
A public hearing will take place at 7 p.m. to discuss the 2019-22 plan, which places greater emphasis on recreation while maintaining many of Grand Haven Township's goals.
The so-called Warber Drain, a 36-inch storm pipe that follows Robbins Road, is cracked and leaking. A camera inspection revealed sinkhole erosion beneath the road.
On Monday night, the Township Board voted to pursue funding from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources Trust Fund to bring trails, a boardwalk, signage and other amenities to Hofma Park & Preserve.
The nonprofit Spectrum Health facility applied for the exemption in January, seeking a 95 percent reimbursement totaling about $1.3 million dating back to 2016.
A pickleball court and splash park were among the options Grand Haven Township officials considered for the former skating rink site at Mercury Park.
Grand Haven Golf Club to remain closed for 2019 season amid major renovation project.
The Grand Haven Township pathway project recently hit a roadblock, with officials determining expansion along U.S. 31 would likely present construction challenges.
The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday parted ways with other local municipalities by allowing fireworks on this additional day, while adopting an ordinance to adhere to recent changes in state law.
Grand Haven Township has denied a retroactive tax exemption while it investigates lease arrangements at the Spectrum Health facility.
Grand Haven Township is facing a pathway interruption between Lincoln and Ferris streets — part of the final phase of the voter-approved project that adds 10 miles to the township’s existing 28-mile system.
A West Olive woman and her two children escaped serious injury in a rollover crash Saturday morning on M-45.
Pottawattomie Park, located along the bayou of the same name, has suffered rapid soil erosion, invasive species and damage from encroaching water.