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Items Tagged with 'Grand Rapids City Commission'
Retail project and two apartment houses are given clearance to go forward.
Two notable development firms received zoning changes from the Grand Rapids City Commission and a longtime provider of affordable housing had its payment-in-lieu-of-taxes agreement revised last week. Read More
Commissioners will begin taking on zoning problem soon.
Grand Rapids city commissioners will enter new zoning territory next week when they begin considering whether to allow a new residential development in the Eastown Business District. Read More
Brookstone Capital may take on yet another housing development besides 20 E. Fulton.
The Grand Rapids Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and the City Commission have approved 15 brownfield projects since the start of 2011 — projects worth about $126 million in private investment. Read More
The Kent County Land Bank Authority board will meet this week to approve or disapprove Grand Rapids City Commission’s transfer of 163 tax-foreclosed properties to the Land Bank, which would pay $1.182 million for the properties based on back taxes, interest and fees. Read More
City is figuring out the tax amount owed by Benteler.
City commissioners approved a 12-year industrial tax abatement last week for Thierica Inc., a firm that molds and decorates dashboard display components for the automotive and aerospace industries. Read More
Grand Rapids Mayor George Heartwell and City Commissioner Rosalynn Bliss called the Kent County Land Bank Authority a valuable tool to redevelop blighted properties in the city. Read More
The Grand Rapids Parking Commission passed a 25-cent parking meter increase last week, which will now go to the City Commission for approval on Tuesday. Read More