HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - It may be more than just a routine monthly meeting of Holland’s Neighborhood Improvement Committee in the second floor Training Center of City Hall at 4 PM today. The member will talk about the graffiti problem in the Tulip City, with 74 incidents on 63 properties reported since July 1st. Currently all reports have to be phoned in to Holland Public Safety during regular business hours, and removal had to wait until a police report was filed. Under consideration is streamlining the process in order to address these matters more promptly, along with a possible Graffiti Ordinance. The committee will also consider what data to gather in a State of the Neighborhoods Report that will be conducted before year’s end, and will talk about the possibility of controlling the number of residential rental units in the Tulip City, based on East Lansing’s ordinance, in the wake of landlord complaints over raising the inspection and administrative fees in order to restore inspection staffing.
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