GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (WZZM) -- City leaders are moving forward with a $1 million project to fix aging infrastructure in Grand Haven's Centertown district.
The plan includes improving traffic lights and sidewalks, and repairing a 60-year-old water and sewer system on Washington Ave. between 7th street and U.S. 31.
Our partner, the Grand Haven Tribune, is reporting city leaders have applied for a state grant that would cover three-quarters of the project's cost. The city would have to pay the rest.
The city expects to find out if the grant is approved in March.