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Press Release: Major road closure for construction and beautification ($2.8M)

For more Information Contact: Doug Kadzban, Director of Public Works, at 231-332-6762 or at dkadzban@cityofmuskegonheights.org.


The City of Muskegon Heights will be closing Sherman Boulevard from Glade Street to Getty Street for roadway and beautification improvements Monday, June 1, 2020. The improvements have a scheduled completion date of October 1, 2020. The project is intended to resurface all 5 lanes of Sherman between Glade on the west end of the City to Getty on the east end. Also, some water main improvements will be done at several intersections, drainage improvements, specifically at 9th Street and Reynolds Street, some deep sanitary sewer manhole replacements new sidewalk ramps at intersections between Glade and Peck Streets. Some beautification improvements will also be considered. During this road closure local traffic to businesses and residences will be maintained.


The projected timeline for intersection improvements is as follows:

  • Temple Street – June 2 to June 4
  • Park Street – June 4 to June 10
  • 9th Street – June 10 to June 25
  • 8th Street – June 25 to July 8
  • 7th Street – July 8 to July 17
  • 6th Street – July 17 to July 22
  • 5th Street – July 22 to July 27
  • Peck Street – July 27 to August 6
  • Maffett Street – August 6 to August 11
  • Baker Street – August 11 to August 18*
  • Leahy Street – August 18 to August 27*
    • NOTE: Baker & Leahy will likely both be closed together with bypass pumping of sewer to Hoyt and this will affect Hoyt intersection as well.
  • Reynolds Street – August 27 to Sept 4+
  • Howden Street – Sept 4 to Sept 14+
    • NOTE: Reynolds & Baker will likely both be closed together with bypass pumping of sewer to Hoyt and this will affect Hoyt intersection as well.
  • McIlwraith Street – Sept 14 to Sept 17

Once intersection work is near completion, the entire road surface will be milled down approximately 2 inches in late August and the paving and restoration will take place in mid-to-late September.

Prein & Newhof (PN) Engineering is the consulting firm for the project. As such, PN has created a web page for the project that will be updated on a weekly basis. Here is a link to the interactive website providing closure information https://www.preinnewhof.com/construction_projects/musk-heights-sherman-blvd

A detour route will be posted using Getty Street, Laketon Avenue and Seaway Drive, and traffic is encouraged to follow the posted detour route. The road is closed to through traffic, however residences are expected to have access to their residences.

The work is weather dependent.
“As we set our sights on the New and Greater Muskegon Heights, we like to thank all parties for the work done in securing the state grant that is making this project possible. This is a testament to the big things our little community has underway. However, because the project is still not completely funded, we are still seeking the remaining funding to fully complete the project as designed.” For information concerning the funding effort for this project, please contact us at info@muskegonheights.us.

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CITY OF MUSKEGON HEIGHTS ELECTRONIC CITY COUNCIL MEETINGS

Updated 04/20/2020

Electronically on the City of Muskegon Heights Government Facebook Page

Reason for Electronic Meeting

In accordance with the state and national directives, to mitigate the spread of COVID-19, protect the public health, and provide essential protections to vulnerable persons, it is crucial that all persons take steps to limit in-person contact. Paramount among these mitigation measures are the practices of social distancing and limiting the number of people interacting at public gatherings.  Titled, “Temporary authorization of remote participation in public meetings and hearings and temporary relief from monthly meeting requirements for school boards”, Executive Order 2020-15, was signed On March 18, 2020 by Governor Whitmer.  However, the City of Muskegon Heights must continue to conduct public business during this emergency.  This includes actions to respond to COVID-19, yet the general public must still be able to exercise their right to participate in government decision making without unduly inhibiting or compromising public health, safety, and welfare. To do so while yet complying with CDC recommendations, City Council meeting will solely be held remotely and electronically, until further notice.

Public Participation Instructions 

Members of the public may view the meeting live on the City of Muskegon Heights Government Facebook page at the link below. Members of the public may submit comments to be read aloud by the City Clerk during public comment by sending an email (including your full name and address) in advance of the meeting to SGibbs@CityofMuskegonHeights.org or during the public comment portion of the meeting by submitting your full name, address, and comment on the Facebook live stream.  If you are participating by phone and have note emailed your comments in advance, there will be an opportunity at the beginning of the meeting when the meeting organizer will solicit from the callers on the phone to see if anyone would like to comment.  At that time, you will have an opportunity to provide your name and address, and at the appropriate time for public comment you will be called upon by name and address to provide your comments.  Comments should be limited to a minute and a half of reading material.

The meeting can be accessed, live for viewing only, at the website address: 

https://www.facebook.com/MuskegonHeightsCity/

The meeting can be joined by Join Zoom Meeting:

One tap mobile:

Send an email to SGibbs@CityofMuskegonHeights.org to receive an invite link via your email.

Public Input and Questions on Business Before the Council 

Members of the public may contact the City Council to provide input or ask questions on any business that will come before the City Council by e-mail at SGibbs@CityofMuskegonHeights.org 

Persons with Disabilities Participation Instructions:

The City of Muskegon Heights will work to provide necessary reasonable auxiliary aids and services, such as signers for the hearing impaired and audio tapes of printed materials being considered at the meeting, to individuals with disabilities who want to electronically attend the meeting with eight (8) hours’ notice to the City of Muskegon Heights.  Individuals with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodations, auxiliary aids or services should contact the City of Muskegon Heights by e-mailing or calling the following:

Sharon Gibbs,

City Clerk

E-mail: SGibbs@CityofMuskegonHeights.org 

(231) 733-8999

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City Manager’s Declaration of State of Emergency

CITY OF MUSKEGON HEIGHTS

City Manager’s Declaration of State of Emergency

Wednesday, April 01, 2020

At 9:00 pm

On March 10, 2020, Governor Whitmer issued Executive Order No. 2020-04, declaring  a state of emergency across the state of Michigan under section 1 of article 5 of the Michigan Constitution of 1963, the Emergency Management Act, 1976 PA 390, as amended, MCL 30.401-.421, and the Emergency Powers of the Governor Act of 1945, 1945 PA 302, as amended, MCL 10.31-.33 in response to the first two presumptive-positive cases of COVID-19 in Michigan.  

On March 13, 2020, in response to and in accordance with executive orders issued by Governor Whitmer, the City issued Emergency Notice 1, advising the public of the closing of City Hall and the Library to public access during normal operating hours Monday through Thursday and closing the entire facility for staff, Consumers Electric, and the public on Fridays.  City employee attendance to out of county trainings was suspended, as well as rental inspections, staff entry into private homes, and water shut offs.  Finally, this notice advised the public of immediate modifications to City Council Meetings to increase safety and welfare, while subsequent modifications to allow remote participation were pending.  During this time the City continued and continues to conduct business with the public through telephonic and videoconferencing sources.  Customer transactions have continued and are being conducted via the city’s drop box (check or money orders) and by telephone with the use of credit card payments.  

On March 23, 2020, at 10:39 am. Governor Whitmer issued Executive Order No. 2020-21.  This order, effective at 12:01 am on March 24, 20202, directed residents to stay at home to the maximum extent feasible.  The order identified multiple areas of service that would continue as part of essential services.  Although sanitation service was an essential service slated to continue, the status of services associated with bulk item pickup were not clearly defined. 

On March 23, 2020, in response to, and in accordance with, executive orders issued by Governor Whitmer, the City issued Emergency Notice 2 advising the public of the change in the way City Council Meetings will be conducted during the state of emergency. The notice indicated, in the foreseeable future, Council Meetings will be conducted solely by electronical means to further minimize the chance for personal contact and inhibit the opportunity for the spread of COVID-19. 

On March 26, 2020,realizing the imminent impact of forced joblessness on families in the community as the end of the month approaches, and acknowledging the disproportionate stress the virus has on the most vulnerable residents, the Mayor directed City staff to (1) begin plans to address food security concerns in Muskegon Heights and to (2) put into place a system to conduct remote wellness inquiries on senior citizens in Muskegon Heights.  This effort is moving forward in collaboration with the school meal deliveries provided by Muskegon Heights Academy, volunteer space and services provided by local churches, and representation from Lake Newago County NAACP, as well as the HERCO 1191 Labor of Detroit.  

To meet an unprecedented challenge, this initiative embraces is a unique and unprecedented collaboration between City Government, the Faith Community, the School District, willing Local Businesses, the Health and Wellness sector, and our Labor friends. The City is working to support the valiant efforts already underway by the School District and the Faith Community and seeks to provide leadership in bringing the other strategic partnerships to the table to raise up the New Heights.  Through coordinated engagement and doorstep deliveries, together we can now begin to provide the best possible service to the most vulnerable in our community.  We start by impacting critical food needs and essential supplies (toiletries – soap, TP, etc).  

Seniors, senior caregivers, and those requesting assistance for door to door food and supplies delivery will be able to call the City COVID-19 Hotline (231) 733-8999 X5 to provide name, phone number, and address to receive food delivery and wellness phone call checks.  We will continue to reach out to local grocers (Meijers, Target, and Walmart) to offer opportunities for prepaid orders to also be delivered to distribution centers and/or resident doorsteps. The distribution system is being designed to reduce single points of failure and provide redundancy in services.

On March 27, 2020, Republic Services, the City’s Sanitation service provider, notified the City that effective immediately Bulk Item Pickup is suspended due to safety and wellness concerns for Republic Services employees.  The City is working closely with Republic Services to identify alternative solutions for addressing Bulk Item pickup in our community.

The City staff anticipated that our community would eventually be impacted directly by COVID-19 cases, though we all prayed that our residents would be spared.  As such, because of the nature of the powers enacted under emergency declaration, it was felt that the most sever measures to protect our community had to be reserved for activation when imminent danger was present in the community as evidenced by any confirmed positives within the city limits of Muskegon Heights.  Unfortunately, on March 29, I received official notification of 2 confirmed presumed-positive cases.  This fact has led me to conclude “that a large-scale disaster or emergency situation in the city or state is imminent.”  

Thus, after careful consideration and concern, and as a next step in the City’s response to, and in alignment with, Governor Whitmer’s directives, under: 

Section 3.04 Powers and Duties of the City Manager.The city manager shall be the chief administrative officer of the City, responsible to the city council for the administration of all City affairs placed in the manager’s charge by or under this charter.

Under City Ordinance Sec. 34-1 that defines “Disaster” to include “epidemic” and defines “State of Emergency” as a declaration made by City Manager,  

City Ordinance Sec. 34-6(b) which states the circumstances under which the City Manager may declare “a state of emergency exists” are, (1) “Whenever, on the basis of information received from authoritative sources, he [she] feels that a large-scale disaster or emergency situation in the city or state is imminent. (2) “During any period of disaster in the city or state and thereafter as long as he [she] shall deem it necessary.”

And in response to the tragic news of confirmed positive (COVID-19) in Muskegon Heights, I have decided to declare a State of Emergency for the City of Muskegon Heights.  In these uncertain times the City must be proactive in implementing all reasonable measures that can work to ensure the community is protected to the greatest extent possible and thus minimize any additional spread of COVID-19.  As we strive to establish a more consistent and reliable channel of information with the state and county health and safety authorities, under City Ordinance Sec. 34-6(c) the City requests access to select any and all additional resources as may be appropriate and available through the state and regional disaster/emergency declaration.  

Therefore,effective April 2, 2020 at 8 pm, the following measures will be enacted for the next 14 days (unless extended by subsequent Council Resolution), under this declaration of State of Emergency:

  1. To direct residents to remain at home or in their place of residence to the maximum extent feasible, the City will aggressively pursue
  • strict enforcement of the City’s curfew codes (Article VIII City Ordinance Sec. 58-251 (et seq.)) and the respective requirements to eliminate unnecessary night-time activities or gathering of adults and children outside of the place of residence and of people not part of a single household, prohibiting in-person work that is not necessary to sustain or protect life, except as required for essential travel or critical infrastructure works as described by the Governor’s Executive Orders.
  • community engagement to encourage enhanced compliance with the 6’ social distancing practice, the increased use of hand washing and sanitization practices, the cleanup and sanitation of all common areas, and the use of all available personal protective equipment. 
  1. The placement of personal Bulk Items on the curb for pickup is suspended.  Do not place bulk items on the curb for pickup.  Remove any Bulk Items improperly placed on the curb.  Any bulk items that need to be disposed of must be coordinated and arranged in advance with the Department of Public Works. 
  2. The closure of public parks and city owned spaces to leisure activities that involve team sports.
  3. The closure of Muskegon Heights City Hall to public access, by this notice, is extended to April 13, 2020 at 11:59 pm.  This may be subject to further extension.

Within 14 days, a resolution will be presented to City Council for consideration – to confirm, expand or reduce the measures listed above, and/or extend the duration of the City State of Emergency.

NOTE: 

Pursuant to City Ordinance Sec. 34-14, “[i]t shall be unlawful for any person willfully to obstruct, hinder or delay any emergency services forces in the enforcement or accomplishment of any rule or regulation issued pursuant to this chapter, or to do any act forbidden by any rule or regulation issued pursuant to the authority contained in this chapter.”  A willful violation of any of the directives associated with this order will result in a civil infraction of up to $500

And as stated in the Governor’s Executive Order 20-21 (COVID-19), “Consistent with MCL 10.33 and MCL 30.405(3), a willful violation of this order [20-21 (COVID-19)] is a misdemeanor.” 

As we continue to “Set Our Sights on the New Heights”, even in isolation we must stay strong, remain vigilant, and seek to emerge from these challenging times stronger, better focused, and with greater resolve to reach our goal of a new, vibrant, and thriving community.

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Vital Funding for State’s Small Businesses Gains Michigan Strategic Fund Support

Economic assistance for small businesses around Michigan that have been negatively impacted by the COVID-19 virus gained approval from the Michigan Strategic Fund, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation announced today.

“We understand small businesses across our state are facing unprecedented challenges as we take every step possible to mitigate the spread of coronavirus,” said Governor Gretchen Whitmer. “Through decisive actions like those taken today by the MSF Board to authorize relief for small businesses throughout Michigan, we are leveraging every resource available to support our businesses, communities and entrepreneurs around the state impacted by this outbreak.”

The Michigan Small Business Relief Program approved today authorizes the MEDC provide up to $20 million in support for small businesses. The funding is divided between $10 million in small business grants and $10 million in small business loans to support businesses facing drastic reductions in cash flow and the continued support of their workforce.

The $10 million in grant funding will be provided to local or nonprofit economic development organizations throughout the state to provide grants up to $10,000 each to support certain small businesses that have realized a significant financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 virus.

In order to qualify for grant support, businesses must meet the following criteria:

  • The company is in an industry outlined in Executive Order 2020-9, or any subsequent Executive Order of similar intent (“EO”), or demonstrates it is otherwise affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, as well as meeting additional criteria;
  • The company has 50 employees or fewer;
  • The company needs working capital to support payroll expenses, rent, mortgage payments, utility expenses, or other similar expenses that occur in the ordinary course of business; and
  • The company is able to demonstrate an income loss as a result of the EO, or the COVID-19 outbreak.

Additionally, the program authorizes the MEDC to provide up to $10 million for small business loans to one or more Community Development Financial Institutions (“CDFI”) or a licensed SBA not-for-profit institutions (“Eligible SBA Non-Profit”), or directly from the MSF to eligible borrowers to be used to provide low-interest loans with flexible repayment terms to support certain small businesses statewide that have realized a significant financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 outbreak. Loans to eligible borrowers must be $50,000 or more and are capped at $200,000. 

In order to qualify for loan support, businesses must meet the following criteria:

  • The company is in an industry outlined in Executive Order 2020-9 (“EO”), or demonstrates it is otherwise affected by the COVID-19 outbreak, or is a company that provides goods and services to companies to the aforementioned;
  • The company has fewer than 100 employees;
  • The company needs working capital to support payroll expenses, rent, mortgage payments, utility expenses, or other similar expenses that occur in the ordinary course of business;
  • The company can demonstrate that it is unable to access credit through alternative sources;
  • The company can demonstrate an income loss of as a result of Executive Order 2020-9.

The MEDC anticipates that at least 1,100 businesses across the state will benefit from this program.

The Michigan Small Business Relief Program will be a top priority for the MEDC, with funds being available no later than April 1, 2020. Loan and grant proceeds under the Michigan Small Business Relief Program may be used for working capital to support payroll expenses, rent, mortgage payments, utility expenses, or other similar expenses that occur in the ordinary course of business. Through this program, in combination with other programs and services, the state will ensure economic support is available to Michigan’s small businesses to overcome anticipated loss of revenue as a result of the COVID-19 virus through both grant and loan opportunities.

“With the outbreak of COVID-19, many small businesses are faced with significant economic impacts, including challenges with cash flow and resources to support their workforce,” said MEDC CEO Mark A. Burton. “The Michigan Small Business Relief program will provide immediate assistance to the small businesses around the state who are facing revenue loss as a result of tough, but necessary steps that have been taken to mitigate the spread of the virus.”

The Michigan Small Business Relief Program is the latest effort of MEDC to support Michigan businesses as they are impacted by COVID-19. MEDC has just launched a new free, statewide online procurement platform for buyers and suppliers of critical health and human services across a broad range of categories to minimize the impact of the virus in the state. The platform will allow health and human service providers in need of critical supplies to connect with suppliers of vital goods and services.

It also builds Governor Whitmer’s application for a U.S. Small Business Administration Economic Injury Disaster Loan (EIDL) declaration to ensure federal economic support is available to Michigan businesses. Earlier this month, Congress passed legislation making $1 billion available to the SBA to provide low-interest loans to small businesses, small agricultural cooperatives and nonprofits that have suffered substantial economic losses due to the COVID-19 outbreak. These loans offer up to $2 million in assistance to support businesses with any temporary loss of revenue they are experiencing due to the outbreak, and will have a significant regional impact for communities across the state as the COVID-19 situation evolves.

For more resources for small businesses in Michigan impacted by COVID-19 visit michiganbusiness.org/covid19.

Information around this outbreak is changing rapidly. The latest information is available at Michigan.gov/Coronavirus and CDC.gov/Coronavirus.  

The Michigan Strategic Fund also took the following actions today:                               

Red Cedar Development Project – The City of Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority requested approval of a Brownfield Act 381 Work Plan including $32,453,324 in school tax capture to support a development project on the former Red Cedar Golf Course site in the city of Lansing. As presented by the developers, the plan seeks to build a variety of pads to sell to related entities leaving some ambiguity as to the future development to occur on the site.

The MSF board today voted to deny the request because the development as proposed lacked details necessary to verify the financial need or the regional benefits, and the project generally does not comport with the state’s economic development priorities. The board’s action does not impact the local brownfield authority’s ability to move forward with their partial financing of the project.

Lofts on Alabama LLC amendment – Originally approved in June 2015, the Lofts on Alabama project included the demolition of an existing structure and rehabilitation of an existing building into market-rate apartments and a parking ramp in Grand Rapids. The project today received MSF approval to refinance from a loan participation agreement to a Fannie Mae senior loan and a new direct loan on the balance owed to the MSF. The new financing structure provides more advantageous terms, resulting in more monthly income to cover debt service payments.

About Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)                                         

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation is the state’s marketing arm and lead advocate for business development, job awareness and community development with the focus on growing Michigan’s economy. For more information on the MEDC and our initiatives, visit www.MichiganBusiness.org. For Pure Michigan® tourism information, your trip begins at www.michigan.org. Join the conversation on: FacebookInstagramLinkedIn, and Twitter.

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MUSKEGON HEIGHTS ADOPTS COMPRESSED WORK WEEK WITH EXTENDED HOURS

January 15, 2020

Beginning Tuesday January 21, 2020, as the City of Muskegon Heights, “Sets its Sights on the New and Greater Heights”, the City Hall will have extended business hours Monday through Thursday 8:00 a.m. – 6:30 p.m., as enhanced customer service to our community. Residents will be able to maximize their time with the extended hours to visit City facilities. Furthermore, the City of Muskegon Heights is striving in the near future to offer residents more progressive services, such as a mobile phone application which will provide additional customer service communication capability and functionality.

City Hall will be open a ½ hour earlier in the morning and 1 ½ hours later in the evening. City Hall will be closed on Fridays. The following provides a detailed schedule of city services and how they will be affected.

Community Development Department (Planning & Zoning, and Building Inspection):  Residents and business owners will be able to conduct planning and zoning related business at City Hall Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The Community Development offices will be closed on Fridays. For additional information please call 231-733-8830. Building Inspections will be offered Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. The Building Inspections offices will be closed on Fridays. For inspection requests call 231-733-8860.

Fire: Administrative offices will operate Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. The Fire Administration office will be closed on Fridays. If you would like to schedule a station

tour, or fire inspection, please call Fire Administration at 231-733-8890. As always, for emergencies dial 911.

Police: Administrative offices will operate Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30

p.m. The Police Administrative office will be closed on Fridays. Police Operations will continue to be available anytime. As always, for emergencies dial 911. The Police lobby will be open for walk in traffic Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. and will be closed Fridays. For non-emergency information please call 231-733-8900.

Public Works: Public Works crews will operate on a Monday through Thursday schedule from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. The Public Works facility will be closed on Fridays. As always after hours  emergency service can be reached calls by calling 231-737-4130. 

Cemetery: Mona View Cemetery offices will now offer additional hours of operation Monday through Thursday from 7:00 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Burial requests for Friday through Monday should be made with the cemetery office before 4:00p.m. the Wednesday prior to the burial. Friday burials will be the same rate as Saturday. 

Frequently Asked Questions

What will City Hall’s new hours be?

Beginning Monday January 20, 2020, City Hall will be open Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. City Hall will be closed on Friday. 

Why is the City closing on Friday?

The majority of residents frequent City Hall Monday through Thursday, as opposed to Friday. This is a City Manager efficiency initiative designed to reduce the City’s utility costs by being closed on Friday when patronage is low. In addition, the change will provide extended hours for residents Monday through Thursday. This is also a means to attract and retain employees, increase employee morale, and improve citizen interaction. 

Why extend the hours of City Hall?

Many Muskegon Heights residents have to take time out of their workday to access City services such as paying a water bill or getting a building permit. Extended City hours will allow residents more convenient access to City services before or after their workday.

Will City employees be working less hours by having Fridays off?

City employees will work only 38 hours a week, many of whom will work four 9.5-hour days to provide extended service Monday through Thursday.

Will I still be able to pay my utility bill on Fridays?

Yes, multiple options are available for making payment during, or outside of, business hours: 

  • A drop-box, located in front of the City Hall, provides a secure location for customers to deposit their Muskegon Heights payments (check or money order). 
  • Customers will soon have the option to set up an online account to make a payment at their convenience using a card or checking account. 
  • Currently, the Consumers Energy Direct Payment Office will remain open with normal Monday through Friday hours.  

Will I be able to schedule to have my water turned on/off on Fridays?

Yes, the City will work with new customers on an individual, as-needed, basis to ensure they have access to new utility services on Fridays. The City will continue the current practice of avoiding scheduled turn offs on Thursdays and Fridays.

Will the day my water bill is due be affected by City Hall being closed on Fridays?

No, utility bill due dates will not be affected by City Hall being closed on Fridays. Bills due on weekend will be on that following Monday. 

Can I still schedule construction inspections on Fridays? Building Inspections will be offered Monday through Thursday from 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. For inspection requests you can call 231-733-8860

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DID YOU KNOW….You can skip the line on Election Day and vote by mail? Voting has never been easier!

DID YOU KNOW….You can skip the line on Election Day and vote by mail?  Voting has never been easier! With the passage of Proposal 18-3 last November, new changes are available for Michigan voters.  One of the biggest changes is that ALL eligible registered voters in Michigan may now request an absent voter ballot without providing a reason.  You can also request to be placed on the permanent absentee voter list to save a step in the future. Visit or call the Muskegon Heights Clerk’s office to request an application prior to any Election, request to be placed on the permanent list, or if you have any questions about the process (231)733-8820.  Sharon Gibbs, City Clerk https://muskegonheights.us/skip-the-line

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