Muskegon to Share Zoning Administrator with Muskegon Heights

Both cities will sign a memorandum of understanding laying out Muskegon zoning administrator Mike Franzak’s work for Muskegon Heights. Click through to read the details.

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County Selects Architect and Construction Manager for New Jail and Juvenile Center

“This is one of the most comfortable times I have ever felt,” said commissioner Charles Nash. “I think we’ve made a great choice in an architect and a great choice in a construction manager.”

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County To Look Into Changing Trip Stipend Rules This Thursday

“It’s one single policy as much as it can be, but when it isn’t it is outlined much more clearly between staff and elected officials,” said Health Kaplan, Finance and Management Services Director for the county.

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More Specifics Emerge on Consumers Energy Smart Meter Rollout

The installation process will take less than five minutes per meter and will require a brief power interruption. Letters will be received by customers approximately one month ahead of time. If a customer is home at the time of installation, the meter changer will knock and notify the resident of the power interruption. If a resident is not home, a door hanger will be left to indicate the swap.

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More Inclusive, Accessible Parks Focus Of Muskegon County Commission Meeting

Muskegon County’s Board of Commissioners are set to apply for three state grants that will help make three county-owned parks more inclusive to those with disabilities or mobility challenges.

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A Side Effect of County Rate Increases, Muskegon Heights To Raise Sewer Rates

While the city bills its residents for sewer services, it must pay that money forward to the countywide wastewater system. When the county elected to increase rates for use of its wastewater system, cities and townships across the county must now consider finding a way to pay for it.

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