Saugatuck City Council is supporting a long-term fix for the sedimentation filling in Kalamazoo Lake, adopting a harbor management plan Monday that focuses on reducing the source of the problem.
The engineers went up and down every street in Saugatuck looking at what the roads could be like in 10 years.
The cities of Douglas and Saugatuck, joint founders and funders of the Kalamazoo Lake Harbor Authority, are going their own ways again in its operation.
Painter William Hogarth’s “A Rake’s Progress” has nothing on Saugatuck, whose city council Monday approved buying a tractor and surf rake for Oval Beach.
The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality has issued the City of Saugatuck a permit to expand its Coghlin Park dinghy dock, although not as extensively as one advocate has called for.
The City of Saugatuck is again seeking a zoning administrator/planner.
Saugatuck city engineer Fleis & VandenBrink has recommended an Oval Beach parking lot resurfacing plan roughly $125,000 more expensive than council budgeted for this year.
Saugatuck City Council approved hiring Edgewater Resources for $37,500 Monday to conduct a Kalamazoo Harbor study Douglas approved for the same sum last summer, but in a different order.
After seven years as a Saugatuck city zoning and planning contractor, Mike Clark is reaching for the Apex.
The American Civil Liberties Union’s filing a lawsuit Dec. 17 against Saugatuck wasn’t its first claim the city had violated free speech rights on public sidewalks.