Outgoing Muskegon Mayor Steve Warmington Says Goodbye To Office, Not Advocacy

Warmington indicated he would continue to serve on the violent crime task force he formed two years ago, continue to advocate for the consolidation of services across multiple municipalities, own and operate the Marine Tap Room and “take a different tack” on getting rid the “archaic” civil service system the city is again trying to eliminate this year.

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Movies on the Beach Set to Come to Pere Marquette This Summer

The Movies on the Beach project was a winner of last year’s Love Notes competition sponsored by the Community Foundation for Muskegon County.

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On Day Of Her Death, Muskegon City Commission Votes To Rename Roundabout At Third/Western After Patricia Johnson

At Tuesday’s organizational meeting at city hall, Mayor Steve Warmington left his seat to approach the public’s podium to ask for the commission’s support in honoring a self-described “Big Red” and “Lakesider”.

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In Battle over Medical Marijuana, Muskegon Mayor Looks For State Guidance

“I think it would help all of us if the state would take the lead to the issues in that law,” said Muskegon Mayor Steve Warmington. “A lot of people are taking their own interpretations of what this law is.”

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Muskegon’s Laketon Road Construction for Summer 2011: Beidler to Park

While the amount of road work happening this summer is minimal because of budget constraints, Mayor Steve Warmington expressed concerns about another summer of negative impact on businesses after last year’s massive Seaway-to-Barclay rebuild.

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Medical Marijuana Ordinances Voted On In Muskegon, Mayor Urges Patience From All Sides

With both pro- and anti-medical marijuana factions not 100% happy with the city’s new regulations on where medical marijuana can be grown and dispensed, Mayor Steve Warmington and several commissioners urged understanding and patience as the rollout progresses.

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High School Students Bring “Quiet Whisper” to Muskegon, Muskegon Heights Boards To Work On Violence Issues

The group of Muskegon Heights high school students call their grassroots initiative “Quiet Whisper”, and brought tough questions and suggestions to Muskegon’s City Commission meeting Tuesday night and to the Muskegon Heights City Council on Monday.

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Trying to stay afloat, Summer Celebration to pay 2010 city fees over next three years

Summer Celebration’s Executive Director says the festival generates $14 million for the Muskegon area every year, and spreading out 2010’s costs will keep the festival afloat.

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