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ZachariahDaMan

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Ever since the forum has been expanded from just being for Grand Rapids to Holland, Muskegon, Grand Haven and the lakeshore also, no one has talked about anywhere besides Grand Rapids so I thought I would make a thread for Muskegon. I have never been to Muskegon or seen any pictures from there so if you have any then feel free to post them on here!

In the southern part of Muskegon 99 upscale houses have been ok'd to be built.

Muskegon Chronicle article: http://www.mlive.com/news/muchronicle/inde...0770.xml&coll=8

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Ever since the forum has been expanded from just being for Grand Rapids to Holland, Muskegon, Grand Haven and the lakeshore also, no one has talked about anywhere besides Grand Rapids so I thought I would make a thread for Muskegon. I have never been to Muskegon or seen any pictures from there so if you have any then feel free to post them on here!

In the southern part of Muskegon 99 upscale houses have been ok'd to be built.

Muskegon Chronicle article: http://www.mlive.com/news/muchronicle/inde...0770.xml&coll=8

Thanks for the post ZachariaDaMan! Actually, we've had a couple of posts about Holland, Grand Haven, and Muskegon, but they are few and far between.

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Thanks for the post ZachariaDaMan! Actually, we've had a couple of posts about Holland, Grand Haven, and Muskegon, but they are few and far between.

Don't get me wrong, $350k is more than I'll probably ever spend on a house, but is $190,000 and $350,000 really considered upscale? Or is that because it's Muskegon?

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A group of business owners on the city's east side are making a push to form a new business district called East Town that supporters say would lead to better recognition and greater clout in obtaining grants for improvement projects.

Muskegon Chronicle article: http://www.mlive.com/news/muchronicle/inde...9210.xml&coll=8

I think it's a good idea, what do you guys think?

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Thanks for keeping this up, Zach! But what's more important is that Michigan's Adventure got the approval to run the local water service to their park, opening up the possibilities for some big expansion plans. They said they will announce the first expansion plans, the biggest in the park's history, later this month (ie, rumors of a mega-coaster, resort hotel, indoor waterpark, more rides in general) :D

http://www.mlive.com/news/muchronicle/inde...9210.xml&coll=8

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