Muskegon Heights Water Rates To Rise On January 1, 2014

This is not the same as the large increases in sewer rates that Muskegon Heights and other municipalities across the county have been enacting yearly for several years now.

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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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Recap: 2013 Muskegon County Election Results

Did the MCC millage pass? Who are Muskegon’s new commissioners? Read all of Tuesday’s results here.

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Heights Council Approves More Capital Improvement Bids, Most of Them Local

The only bids to go outside the county went to Lite Load Services of Hamilton, Michigan. See which local contractors won the city’s bids.

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Heights Council Approves Beulah Street Closure for Quality Tool and Stamp Expansion

Quality Tool & Stamping, which resides between McIlwraith and Jarman Streets to the east and west, wants to build off the north side of its facility to place more press equipment on-site.

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Muskegon Heights Council: It’s ‘Burton Drive’, not ‘Burton Bros. Drive’

In a split vote, city council members in Muskegon Heights rejected a request to rename a street that was only ceremonially renamed last month.

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After Letting Water Bills Slide, Muskegon Heights Asks School District to Pay Up

The city has let the district’s bills go unpaid longer than is typical. The district technically could have had its water turned off last year if the city had followed their usual shutoff schedule.

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Road in Muskegon Heights to Be Renamed For Pair of Famed Muskegon Heights Athletes

As of last year, Ed and M.C. Burton still hold the #1 and #2 records for scoring in the history of the Muskegon Heights school system, respectively, separated by only 2 points.

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