HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - Holland city officials have padlocked the Wooden Shoe Motel after an inspection last week revealed a 15-page report of code violations. The temporary suspension of the public lodging license came after a meth bust last month of a lodger that led to the probe of the entire structure off of 16th Street and US-31. Hotel owners have 90 days to correct problems, but the license can be restored earlier if the repairs are made promptly. Long-term residents have been given a 30-day notice to vacate the property. The Wooden Shoe Motel is owned separately from the adjoining Wooden Shoe Restaurant, which is remaining open with no reported code violations or any related issues to the motel investigation.
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