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Farm Market

VENDORS WELCOMED CUSTOMERS FROM MID-MORNING THROUGH EARLY AFTERNOON DURING THIS SEASON'S LAST DAY FOR THE SPRING LAKE FARM AND GARDEN MARKET. AFTER TODAY CASH REGISTERS WILL REMAIN SILENT AT THE VILLAGE VENUE NEAR CHURCH AND EXCHANGE STREETS UNTIL JUNE OF NEXT YEAR

Last Day

Daylight broke with temperatures in the low 50s and predicted to slowly dip
through the 40s by afternoon following the cold front that swept into the region
overnight. More seasonal averages are expected today with Westerly winds
approaching 30 mph, considerable clouds and scattered rain showers predicted.

Relief

Not so average weather is forecasted in the SouthEast as Michael devastates that
region, conditions on our local natural disaster response agency's radar. Spring
Lake's International Aid announced it launched Hurricane Michael Disaster Relief
efforts this week working with its partners, now in the affected areas, to respond to
the needs of the families and people there

New Facility

A growing warehouse automation manufacturer located in Grand Haven's
neighboring community to the North will invest about two and a half million
dollars to expand operations into a recently vacated industrial building. TGW
Systems which will shift its Norton Shores business on Grand Haven Road over to
Mt. Garfield Road in that city though not expecting to add employees as a result of
the growth.