After years of litigation, a federal judge on Monday approved the settlement between Saugatuck Township and Singapore Dunes, the company owned by Aubrey
It's been a continuous controversy going on in Saugatuck, but part of the debate over the development of the Singapore Dunes is finally over.
Saugatuck Township has reached a new agreement with billionaire Aubrey Mclendon's company that will allow development on the disputed Singapore Dunes
A 173-acre natural area now belongs to the city of Saugatuck in southwest Michigan.
A tentative plan that would allow a hotel and some homes to be built on what is mostly open space now in Saugatuck was approved Friday.
One person was arrested and the Saugatuck police chief closed down a public comment meeting about a proposed settlement on development of dunes owned by Aubrey
After a lengthy and contentious process, a proposed settlement between Saugatuck Township and the owners of dunes property along Lake Michigan will be
Jane Wright and Lori Babinski, the township's clerk and deputy clerk, respectively, were formally charged Thursday morning with willfully failing to perform
There is no question in the mind of Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette that Saugatuck Township's election clerk and deputy clerk were up to no good when
The clerk and deputy clerk in Saugatuck Township face charges for not following state election laws during a recount of a millage vote about the Saugatuck
As the dispute over lakefront dunes property continues between Saugatuck Township and developer/land owner Aubrey McClendon, a number of residents have had
Saugatuck Township already has spent about $250,000 defending itself against a lawsuit that billionaire Aubrey McClendon has filed.
Saugatuck Township board members have pushed back until next month a decision on whether to add 11 acres to a critical dunes area.
Saying "procedures were broken," the Secretary of State's office will investigate the conduct of election workers during a recount of a hotly contested ballot
A recount over a proposal passed by two votes in early May was halted Friday due to a clerical error.
Preservationists fighting the development of a portion of the Saugatuck Dunes owned by energy executive Aubrey McClendon are turning to a new weapon in their