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  1. It is going to Muskegon. It will be in the parking lot of the Harley Davidson dealership on Shoreline Dr. I believe they are going to open a bar attached to the diner as well.
  2. I guess they figure they have enough name recognition by now to move further away from the epicenter of the west side redevelopment, but it is definitely a gamble. That also leaves open a very prime restaurant space. I'd be curious to see how quickly it gets filled after they move out.
  3. I could see it continuing on as a de facto senior team for Midwest United or as a feeder team for a future USL franchise. As long as they get to use the facilities for free and offer an opportunity of competitive play for players who age out of Midwest United, it would make sense to have them around.
  4. Combination of reasons. Declining attendance, covid making the league take a year off, cost to rent houseman, change in ownership. I think they basically get to use the Midwest complex for free, so they figured as a rebuilding year they would play games there. I think it served its purpose of showing people in GR are interested in soccer. Hard to keep up interest for a 4th tier league though. Short season and teams fold and start up every year, so there are relatively few consistent opponents. I think they only way to draw crowds again will be to have a professional (2nd tier) team with
  5. Yeah definitely not a fan of that. By all means build more infill, but it seems silly to tear down active retail.
  6. Looks pretty good, mostly safe choices on the menu, but that will do well for Breton Village.
  7. Which buildings are they proposing tearing down? I'm having a hard time placing this?
  8. Most lenders require an HOA or a private road maintenance agreement in place before they will lend on a house with a (shared) private drive.
  9. Unfortunately I don't have any resources to look it up online. You could try emailing the GR City Archives Officer. He was able to get me photos of my house from 1936: [email protected] Tony Wright City Archives Officer The City of Grand Rapids, Michigan Community Archives and Research Center 223 Washington, S.E. Grand Rapids, MI 49503 (P) 616-456-3114 (F) 616-456-4411
  10. How old of photos are you looking for? BS&A has property photos, but they don't go back super far. Sometimes older listing photos will still be up online as well.
  11. Multnomah falls! I hiked there back in 2014. Portland was announced a few months back.
  12. We were just out in Arizona and they had a chain called Maverik. Just looked it up and they seem to be all over the west. Not as big as Buc-ees but still very nice, in-between convenience store and grocery store. We saw a billboard for Buc-ees diving through the panhandle of Texas but were very bummed to learn there are none in the panhandle.
  13. I don't know if this is 100% the reason, but I believe dispensaries have a lot of rules regarding to the entrance in relation to street fronts, visibility of store interior, and having everything under 24 hour video surveillance. I believe they are almost regulated like adult book/movie stores, maybe not quite as strict.
  14. I walk around that lake every day at lunch. It appears that they have just prepped the sites to sell them. I believe they are separated into 5 different lots.
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