LGBT Non-Discrimination Resolution Passed By Muskegon City Commission

Muskegon resident Roberta King advocated for the resolution earlier this year. The passage of the resolution comes amidst previous rejections of similar policies by the City of Holland despite vocal public advocacy.

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New, Youngest City Commissioner Hails From East Side of Muskegon

Lea Markowski, of 1223 Ducey, lives in Muskegon’s Marquette Neighborhood, the most northeast neighborhood within city limits. The field of candidates for the open seat included former commissioners Bill Larson and Chris Carter as well as the pastor of Bluffton Church Hugh Kallen and Dylan Hock, a member of Occupy Muskegon.

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UPDATE: Date Change for Open House for Neighborhood Stabilization Program Houses in Muskegon

While more houses are being refurbished and built in the coming months, this leaves only two completed locations on the CNS office’s for-sale list, located at 143 E. Isabella and 1204 Ransom Street.

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After City of Muskegon Presents Water Consolidation Plan, Muskegon Heights Considers Counter-Proposal

As a component of the plan, Muskegon Heights’ plant would give up control of the operation of the plant. In return, Muskegon would pay the Muskegon Heights $1.2 million per year for 5 years, paying a total of $6 million to take full operational control of the plant. Muskegon Heights, however, would retain ownership of the plant itself and the waterfront land it sits on.

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