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GRAND RAPIDS –– After a largely procedural vote striking down a resolution to boost the inventory of public parking in Grand Rapids, city commissioners will likely reconsider the idea now that it’s gone through the proper channels.

Published in Commercial Real Estate

Despite some controversy, three millage renewals passed overwhelming in metro Grand Rapids last night, according to unofficial election results.

Published in In the News

GRAND RAPIDS —  The head of the Grand Rapids Public Library says she was “disappointed” and surprised by the Grand Rapids Area Chamber of Commerce’s opposition to the group’s millage request before city voters on Nov. 7.

Published in Economic Development

While financial executives must remain focused on their fiduciary responsibilities, the best CFOs are unafraid to dig into every part of their companies’ operations. That’s according to the three financial executives who participated in a best practices panel discussion this week as part of the CFO of the Year Awards hosted by MiBiz in cooperation with the Western Michigan chapter of Financial Executives International (FEI).

Published in CFO Award Profiles

As a decline in property values from the recession took a toll on the Grand Rapids Public Library’s revenues and led to a sizeable budget deficit last year, the organization decided that cutting hours or branch locations wasn’t an option.

Published in CFO Award Profiles

Downtown Grand Rapids spent a good portion of the past few years defining itself with new events, festivals, venues, eateries — the works.

Published in Economic Development

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