AUTHORITIES HAVE NOW IDENTIFIED THE GRAND HAVEN TOWNSHIP RESIDENT KILLED WHEN TWO VEHICLES COLLIDED NEAR GRAND VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY LATE LAST NIGHT. THE SHERIFF'S OFFICE REPORTS 32 YEAR OLD TIFFANY CLAY DIED WHEN THE VEHICLE SHE WAS DRIVING ON LAKE MICHIGAN DRIVE AROUND 10:45 LAST CROSSED THE MEDIAN AND HIT AN ONCOMING CAR HEAD-ON NEAR 26TH AVENUE.
UTILITY CREWS WERE BUSY EARLIER TODAY, ASSIGNED TO TACKLE A POWER OUTAGE THAT REPORTEDLY AFFECTED OVER 35 HUNDRED GRAND HAVEN BOARD OF LIGHT AND POWER CUSTOMERS. ACCORDING TO THE UTILITIES OUTAGE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM WEBSITE DURING THE 10 OCLOCK HOUR THIS MORNING THE SERVICE INTERRUPTION THAT AFFECTED CUSTOMERS IN A ZONE SOUTH FROM WAVERLY TO NEAR LINCOLN AVENUE AND EAST FROM 172ND AVENUE TO NEAR 128TH AVENUE. ACCORDING TO THE WEBSITE REPAIR PERSONNEL HAD SERVICE RESTORED BY THE 11 OCLOCK HOUR TODAY.
At least one of Ottawa county's state elected lawmakers joined her colleagues in the Michigan House this week to pass a bill providing counties grants for veteran services. In yesterday's media release State Representative Daniela García of Holland announced she cast a yes vote to approve legislation she co-sponsored encouraging Michigan counties to establish and maintain veteran service offices through a new grant program.