GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (WZZM) -- Plans are changing for a multi-million-dollar project designed to improve the Grand Haven Waterfront Stadium. After a series of public meetings, city leaders backed off some ideas and added new ones.
On Monday night, the city council is discussing an updated design which could have similarities to Rosa Parks Circle in Grand Rapids.
Earlier Monday, the stadium was empty - typical during the winter months when they're no show. "Nobody wants to go down there and hang out," said Grand Haven City Manager Pat McGinnis."
However, just down the road inside City Hall there was much more activity, fueled by new ideas.
"We want to do it right," said McGinnis.