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A Busy Meeting Monday Ahead Along Lakeshore

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A gavel sits in the Luke Air Force Base courtroom By U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Grace Lee [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons
A gavel sits in the Luke Air Force Base courtroom By U.S. Air Force photo/Airman 1st Class Grace Lee [Public domain], via Wikimedia Commons

UNDATED (WHTC) - A busy Meeting Monday is ahead along the Lakeshore.

It begins at 4 PM, as during a work-study session in the BPW's Hastings Avenue offices, the board of the Holland Board of Public Works will be reviewing the monthly financial report, along with the 2012 Energy Optimization Program. This program helps the unemployed or those with low to moderate incomes pay their utility bills through cooperation with the Ottawa County Community Action Agency and the Allegan County Resource Development Committee.

Three other meetings have 7 PM scheduled starts. Although he’s only been on the job for a couple of months, the performance of Zeeland’s new school superintendent Calvin DeKuiper will be evaluated behind closed doors during tonight’s Board of Education meeting at Zeeland West High School's cafeteria. DeKuiper became the full-time chief in January, replacing interim boss Gary Feenstra, who had to handle the operational reins last July following the resignation of Dave Barry after just one year at the helm. 

During tonight’s Saugatuck City Council meeting, Mike Goorhouse of the Community Foundation of the Holland/Zeeland Area will discuss the 22-hundred-50-dollar contribution to the Saugatuck Harbor Natural Area’s Endowment Fund, while Dennis McKee of Consumers Energy describes the new digital meters that the utility is installing. Council will also vote on a cemetery services agreement with Saugatuck Township.

Finally, among the items on tonight’s meeting agenda for the Ottawa County Planning Commission at the Fillmore Street Administgration Building is a vote on amending the panel’s bylaws and rules; discussing the ongoing M-231 construction project; looking at the water resource study in light of the latest report by the US Army Corps of Engineers on Lake Michigan water levels, and going over the ordinance that established the planning commission.

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