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June 17, 2013
Property owners who suffered damages from April’s storms and subsequent flooding of the Grand River can apply for low-interest disaster loans from the U.S. Small Business Administration, starting tomorrow. Read More
When Kent County commissioners agreed in March not to sell any tax-foreclosed properties to the Kent County Land Bank Authority — after selling 44 for $422,000 last July — they did so believing that decision should fall into the hands of city and township officials. Read More
Although the European manufacturer that was interested in buying the former Sparta Foundry site has decided to go in another direction, the four-acre parcel at 252 Gardner St. may have a new owner soon: a Canadian redevelopment firm. Read More
Grand Valley Metro Council approved its Transportation Improvement Program and passed a resolution that calls on the state Legislature to come up with a funding plan to fix and maintain Michigan’s roads and bridges. Read More
Board will receive more revenue from its parking lots the next two years.
Members of the Grand Rapids Downtown Development Authority approved the budget for the 2014 fiscal year last week, a spending plan that has taken on a new format to reflect that the agency will be an integral component of Downtown Grand Rapids Inc. Read More