After Failed Vote and Much Debate, Muskegon Commission Re-Elects Spataro for Vice Mayor

At its January 2 organizational meeting. the six commissioners present split 3-3 on a vote to re-confirm commissioner Larry Spataro as the city’s vice mayor. See how today’s debates played out.

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Muskegon to Share Zoning Administrator with Muskegon Heights

Both cities will sign a memorandum of understanding laying out Muskegon zoning administrator Mike Franzak’s work for Muskegon Heights. Click through to read the details.

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Senior Nutrition Program at McGraft Park to End in December

Senior meal operations will move to Tanglewood Park on Seminole Road in Norton Shores. Click through to see what happened.

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Recap: 10/24 Muskegon City Commission At-Large Candidate Debate

Read what the candidates said about every issue covered, and what they asked each other.

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A Year Later, Melching Comes Back To Commission With New Demolition Plan

Melching plus Atlanta-based Trinity Industrial Services are asking to demolish the 10-story power plant on Sunday, October 27, and then move on to the two remaining smokestacks at a later undetermined date.

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Muskegon Public Schools to Continue Running City Youth Basketball Leagues for Another Year

The program will continue to include a girls basketball league starting in October and a boys league starting in January. Open gym will be offered on Saturdays after the end of each week’s league games for three hours.

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City Commission Preserves Market-Only Hours During Bike Time… For 2014, At Least

Even though 2014 is settled, some loose ends remain.

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Accessibility Improvements, Monument Relocation Coming to Veterans Memorial Park

All of the improvements will work toward the site being more accessible, plus handling more events in the future.

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