SAUGATUCK, MI (WHTC) - The Saugatuck City Council meets this evening for the first time since officials of the Waterfront Film Festival announced last week that their annual event will be open for bidding among other sites along the Lakeshore after the first 14 years in Saugatuck. Financial matters were given as the major reason for seeking greener pastures, although City Manager Kirk Harrier responded to festival organizers in a letter about the virtues of staying put. Communities wishing to replace Saugatuck as WFF host have until Friday to submit online applications to the event's website.
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