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Other groups also are up in arms, alleging a power grab.
The incoming president of the Michigan Realtors organization has been busy this fall, calling upon many of its 24,000-plus members and supporters to let the Environmental Protection Agency and elected representatives in Washington know they are staunchly opposed to the EPA’s proposal to leave “navigable” out of a revision of the Clean Water Act. Read More
Reclaimed area is a gateway to the city from the east.
Visitors approaching the city of Holland from the east will be welcomed by a much more vibrant vista than in the past, thanks to the Holland Board of Public Works’ efforts to clean up the long-contaminated and rundown area. Read More
In hallways that once echoed with elementary school children’s laughter, a growing electrical firm has found a home. Read More
A college has been charged with creating a "first-ever" academic program with a $2.5-million grant from a local foundation. Read More
HighPoint Electric just installed a $30,000 system at its headquarters.
With two years left to take advantage of a 30 percent investment tax credit for businesses installing a solar energy system, business owners in West Michigan are being urged by one growing electrical contracting company to consider sun power. Read More
Energy-efficiency investments at the wastewater plant pay off.
An investment in monitoring equipment at the Grand Rapids wastewater treatment plant has reduced its electricity use and also gotten an incentive check for the city of Grand Rapids from Consumers Energy. Read More
Many businesses incorporate a parent/subsidiary structure in order to protect business assets from third-party claims and liabilities. Read More