SOUTH HAVEN TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) -- A township in southwestern Michigan is embracing smaller government.
The South Haven Township Hall is a building that formerly was a plumbing supply business. More than 40 years later, officials believe it's probably too big for public business.
The Herald-Palladium says options include tearing down part of the building, demolishing the whole thing or relocating.
Township Supervisor Ross Stein says a committee will make recommendations.
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