At its June 4 meeting, the South Haven City Council received a grant from CenterPoint Energy for $2,500 for the fire department for equipment: SCBA (self-contained breathing apparatus) air bottles and GPS units.
Plans for South Haven Days are under way. There will be a street dance, and a band will play at the municipal liquor store. The Saturday 11 a.m. parade and other events will be scheduled as in previous years. The dates are July 26 and 27.
Two refrigerators and a microwave have been installed at the new city hall/community center.
The city received a “clean audit report” from its auditors,
Burkhardt & Burkhardt, Ltd., for 2012.
City council member Anthony Stanley resigned his council seat effective June 15 as he is moving out of the city. He was first appointed to fill a vacancy and then has been re-elected; he has served 10 years on the council. The council can appoint a replacement for the term that expires in December 2014.
Terri Heinecke of CenterPoint Energy presented a check for $2,500 to the City of South Haven for purchase of equipment for the fire department. This is part of CenterPoint Energy’s million-dollar Community Partnership Grant program. Staff photo by Marguerite Laabs.