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The Saugatuck Township board joined Douglas and Saugatuck city councils Feb. 4 opposing a Michigan Senate proposal some view as a thinly-veiled effort to discriminate against gay people.
The owner of a home bought for $15,000 and moved years ago to 6551 134th Ave. agreed Jan. 6 to secure the vacant structure by April 6 or face having it torn down.
Riverside Heights, one of Saugatuck’s first-settled neighborhoods, may be one of its most endangered.
New Saugatuck Township manager Aaron Sheridan got more than the raise he asked for.
The Saugatuck Township board was scheduled Wednesday to weigh raising full-time manager Aaron Sheridan’s salary from $46,000 to $50,000 yearly, retroactive to July 1.
A Saugatuck Township home at 6551 134th Ave. will be the subject of a dangerous structure hearing Tuesday, Jan. 6, in the township hall, 3461 Blue Star Hwy., at 1 p.m.
One of the founders of the Interurban Transit Authority is no longer on its board.
Conservationists who bought the “Wild Heart of Saugatuck”’s southern section five years ago are eyeing its 310 acres fronting Lake Michigan north of the Kalamazoo River channel.
An Allegan County judge said he felt financial restitution was not enough as he sentenced former Saugatuck Township supervisor and Allegan County commissioner Terry Burns to serve two months in jai
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