HOLLAND, MI (WHTC) - Although nothing will be decided, tonight’s Holland City Council work-study session has issues that could have long-range implications.
Residents living near Kollen Park want a safer crossing of Van Raalte Avenue at 10th Street for cyclists and pedestrians. The Neighborhood Improvement Committee is recommending several measures to deal with landlord-tenant-neighbor problems. City Manager Ryan Cotton wants to discuss Holland’s fire protection infrastructure as it relates to the aging Waverly Road and Kollen Park stations. Finally, how to fill the staff vacancy when Assistant City Manager Greg Robinson retires in a month will be considered.
The work-study session in the second-floor Training Center of Holland City Hall follows a special 5:30 PM business meeting that will be held behind closed doors, as it deals with an "officer evaluation" that was requested to be held confidentially, as allowed under the state's Open Meetings Act.