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Items Tagged with 'Grand Rapids'
Calder Group founder seeks to help shape public policy and infuse clients’ interests at all levels of government.
Think of Jared Rodriguez as a policy wonk who has a soft spot for a certain city in Michigan. Read More
Promoting from within and staying debt free top list of priorities.
C.D. Barnes Construction is celebrating its 60th anniversary by honoring its legacy and keeping an eye on the future. Read More
Specifics are coming Feb. 11 on how the money would be spent.
When this brutal winter ends, Grand Rapids city streets may be in a classic state of disrepair, and if the city voters still see reminders of that May 6, it may encourage “yes” votes at the special election that day. Read More
Transfer offers tax break to new owner of historic office building.
Grand Rapids city commissioners recently transferred an obsolete property tax exemption to the new owner of the Pike House, a historic downtown office building at 230 E. Fulton St. Read More
Three-year agreement will assist with adapting to new federal law.
For the first time in roughly a decade, the city of Grand Rapids has a new health care consultant who will help guide its employee coverage through the Affordable Care Act this year and beyond. Read More
City also ready to change the way it sanitizes customers’ water.
The city of Grand Rapids will spend up to $3.7 million to make energy improvements to its wastewater system and also add a new and less risky method to disinfect drinking water for its customers in four cities, four townships and Ottawa County. Read More
Detroit and Ford question report stating half of world’s airports will face delays.
LANSING — Travel becomes more frustrating on the day before major holidays, the U.S. Travel Association warns, but airport officials in Detroit and Grand Rapids aren’t concerned. Read More