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Grand Haven Township's Board decided April 27 to demolish the rink and replace it with pickle ball courts.
GRAND HAVEN TOWNSHIP, MI -- Community members will have a chance to try and save an outdoor roller rink at Grand Haven Township's May 22 board meeting.
The township's board decided April 27 to demolish the Mercury Park rink and replace it with pickleball courts.
However, Township Superintendent and Manager Bill Cargo the decision could be reversed if the public makes a strong case as to why the roller rink should not be demolished.
He said the decision to turn the roller rink into pickleball courts...
Owner said five years ago he'd take it down.
MUSKEGON, MI - A long-vacant restaurant building in the heart of Muskegon's Lakeside Neighborhood could soon have a date with the wrecking ball via a city commission order.
The former Sorrento's/USA Cafe building, 2020 Lakeshore Dr., is on the city's dangerous building list, and staff is asking the commission on Tuesday to order its demolition.
The brick one-story structure has numerous code violations requiring repair, including rotted roofing, noncompliant plumbing and HVAC systems and deteriorating block walls, according to a city commission memo.
Owner Gawkowski Properties Lakeshore LLC has informed city officials that it...
Hackett wasn't afraid to make the tough decision to let people go.
GRAND RAPIDS, MI -- Ford Motor Co. newly announced CEO, Jim Hackett, has earned a reputation as a fixer.
He has a track record turning around situations, whether over years as Steelcase CEO, or months as University of Michigan's interim athletic director.
In both cases, Hackett made headlines firing people.
"People sometimes think of a fixer as negative, but Jim Hackett is what I describe as a West Michigan fixer, meaning he has that really nice West Michigan value about him while he is definitely making changes around you,"...
Hackett, Michigan's interim athletic director, was announced as Ford's new CEO on Monday.
ANN ARBOR -- Jim Harbaugh was excited and proud to hear about his old boss' new gig Monday.
Jim Hackett, the man who hired Harbaugh to run Michigan's football program during his stint as the school's interim athletic director, was announced as Ford Motor Company's new CEO on Monday.
And while Harbaugh knows football much better than he knows the business of running an automotive company, he's confident his former boss will excel in this new high profile venture.
"I absolutely think (it's a good fit)," Harbaugh told...