UNDATED (WHTC) - Two Lakeshore communities hold meetings tonight to deal with issues that are important yet differing.
The Olive Township Board of Trustees meets this evening, and one of the subjects that may be discussed is a stray bullet problem involving the state game area near 112th Avenue and Port Sheldon Street. A home there was struck earlier this month, with a resident inside escaping injury. It’s the latest in a series of recent incidents that has compelled township officials to consult with the state DNR as to possible solutions.
Meanwhile, the Saugatuck Planning Commission holds a public hearing this evening at Saugatuck High to discuss the possible sale of the 130-acre Presbyterian Camp to a Grand Rapids developer. David Barker looks to close on a 10 million-dollar deal by the end of the summer, and wants to build a 12-unit luxury condo complex on the site. The Presbytery of Chicago is forced to sell the land in order to pay legal debts from sex abuse litigation.