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Tim Klunder

City Manager

City of Zeeland

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Timothy Klunder
Zeeland City Manager


www.hollandsentinel.com

This idea came about when discussing how to handle things like beer growlers sold in brewpubs, Zeeland City Manager Tim Klunder said.
Ultimately, takeout sales at restaurants would not be counted toward 60 percent food, 40 percent alcohol requirements. Page 2 of 2 - Jan. 17, 2014 City council debates, based on a planning commission recommendation, whether or not microbreweries would have to meet the 60 percent food requirement. City council did not make that change, Klunder said.


www.hollandsentinel.com

Annexing the property into the city isnt an option, City Manager Tim Klunder said.
Council member Schyuler Wilson was the opposing vote. I thought it should be located in town, Wilson said. I dont feel like we tried hard enough to find a location here in town (for the cemetery). And if were not able to find a location in town, I thought we should be out of the cemetery business. The council will oversee development plans for the cemetery, and has not yet allocated funds to building a cemetery on the property. The gist of the resolution is going on record as saying as were going to develop a cemetery at this site, Klunder said. Cost estimates and development plans will come back to city council by May 1. Klunder said that although the city sells plots and charges for burials, the income doesnt offset the expenditure for the city of operating a cemetery. City leaders have been discussing the future of Zeelands cemetery for years. The Felch Street property was purchased for future use as a burial site. Cemetery talks came back to the forefront in the 1990s and in 2004, when an addition was made to the Lincoln Avenue cemetery. Klunder said the city will run out of plots to sell in the next four to five years at the Lincoln Avenue cemetery.


www.hollandsentinel.com

City Manager Tim Klunder said Zeeland is still in talks with the state to see if it will pitch in for part of the lawsuit.
City Manager Tim Klunder said theres a number of sections that stand to be updated so that the ordinance better reflects the actual parking enforcement. Much of the changes to the ordinance strike references to commercial vehicle permits, which Klunder said the city hasnt used for some time. The city is also considering raising the price of residential parking permits, which are mainly intended for people who live in apartments above buildings in downtown Zeeland. The city charges those residents $5 a month for a parking permit ($60 annually), and are considering changing the rates to $50 per month or $100 per year. Other changes to the ordinance include removing the four-hour parking limit in city lots, which Klunder said hasnt been enforced previously. The overnight parking ban from 2-5 a.m. will remain in place. City Council will vote on the changes within the next month, Klunder said. City Manager Tim Klunder said Zeeland is still in talks with the state to see if it will pitch in for part of the lawsuit. Were still hopeful to get the state on board, Klunder said. However, Klunder said the city does not need the state on board in order to move forward with the lawsuit. The city remains in the information-gathering phase of the lawsuit, Klunder said.


www.hollandsentinel.com

We are very pleased with what (the school district) has come forward with, said Zeeland City Manager Tim Klunder.


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