The Grand Haven Township Board approved the promotion of Shawn Schrader to the rank of captain on March 26.
The Township Board approved the planned unit development for Robbins Centre Pointe on Monday night by a 5-0 vote.
Police say a 20-year-old Norton Shores man suffered a medical problem before crashing his car on 168th Avenue south of Hayes Street in Grand Haven Township Saturday morning.
A house under construction burned to the ground in an early morning house fire Saturday in Grand Haven Township.
Grand Haven Township officials note that there are a number of other non-native plants on the property.
A second reading of the planned unit development application request, and a possible approval, could happen as soon as March 26.
Grand Haven Township officials say that the new Health Pointe medical center is serving as catalyst for future Robbins Road area investments.
Health Pointe will officially for open business on Monday, March 5.
Grand Haven Township residents living along a half-mile stretch of 158th Avenue will get a chance to have their say about paving the road between Winans and Pierce streets.
The Grand Haven Township Board on Monday night approved both the subdivsion street resurfacing and gravel street resurfacing projects for 2018.
A new apartment complex is in the planning stages on the south side of Robbins Road, just east of 172nd Avenue, but Grand Haven Township officials say the developer’s plans have changed since an initial review last year.
The planned redevelopment of a 7-acre parcel along Robbins Road, just east of Whittaker Way and west of 172nd Avenue, will now head to the Township Board for consideration.
The city and township planning commissions met Tuesday night to learn more about new developments proposed along Robbins Road in the township.
The Grand Haven Township Board voted 4-0 Monday night to go ahead with the upgrade of the system, which was was first installed in 2002.
Two water main tie-ins for the new senior housing facility will be done between 9 a.m. and 3 p.m., township officials said.