Betsy of Grand Haven wrote, “I see a lot a squabbles on Facebook and among neighbors this time of year about snowmobiling.”
Bobby of Spring Lake asked, “How many inches/feet of additional elevation is planned in the resurfacing of the south pier to account for rising sea levels due to global warming?”
Madeleine of Grand Haven asked, “What can you tell me about the legend of the Grand Haven ‘Christmas Cottage’? What was it and where is it?”
Rudy from Spring Lake asked, “How do we get streetlights repaired in Spring Lake township/village? There have been several lights out on Exchange Street for two years now.”
“My dad was an ‘end man’ in the Elks Minstrels in the late 1950s to early ‘60s. He passed away 50 years ago now, and I would love a ‘video’ or even pictures of the show, but don't know where to find them. Any ideas?”
Connie of Grand Haven asked, “Why has Murray Swiftney had a disclaimer printed in the Tribune classifieds for a year?”
Cam of Grand Haven asked, “What the heck are those green and white ‘35’ signs I’ve see around Grand Haven? ... Is it some kind of MSU thing?”
Gus of Grand Haven Township wrote, “I live near Peach Plains Elementary School. The parents will park their cars on my grass (between the sidewalk and the street) when picking up or visiting their kids.”
Terrance of Spring Lake Township asked, “Does Michigan offer any early voting period similar to states such as North Carolina?”
Tribune readers asks, “Where did Mulligan’s Hollow get its name?”
Tribune reader suggests the DNR raise alewives to feed Lake Michigan sport fishes. Is that a good idea?
Bob of Spring Lake asks who puts up and regulates the stop signs seen along the bike paths of Northwest Ottawa County. He thinks they sometimes pose a hazard to bicyclists.
“Is this the start of the road I thought was to be built as part of the 2014 tax bond?”
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