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Renewable energy will be used to power Grand Rapids’ water resources plant.
City commissioners gave final approval last week to the Butterworth Solar Project, a large-scale solar array that is planned for the old Butterworth landfill site. Read More
Grand Rapids city commissioners are considering a wide-ranging distortion and redistribution of parking areas and rates along with behavior modification methods in a comparatively short range of time, and are further advised by an outside consultant that part of the solution is city-run alternative modes of transportation and an entire new division of parking services. Read More
Grand Rapids' mayor and six city commissioners are in line for pay increases, starting on July 1, 2014, unless at least five board members reject a pay panel's recommendations. Read More
Twenty-five local firms will have chance to work on city projects.
Grand Rapids city commissioners supported two requests from City Engineer Marc De Clercq last week, which means a dozen architectural firms and a baker’s dozen of engineering companies will have a shot at $3.5 million in future city-funded projects. Read More
Also, a 92-year-old school building is up for historic inclusion.
The city’s effort to resolve the congestion along the Medical Mile on Michigan Street took another step forward last week when Grand Rapids city commissioners approved the project’s third-phase work. Read More