MUSKEGON, MICH. – A new plan is in the works at the site of the BC Cobb power plant in Muskegon, which was shut down in April. Consumer’s Energy received proposals from five bidders and now one of those developers has been chosen.
“Future use” studies indicate the 300-acre site should somehow be related to expanding the port.
“The Cobb plant will be gone but we’ve been in Michigan for 130 years, we’ve been in Muskegon I would guess probably close to 100 years. So, we’re still going to be apart of the community and we want to make sure this happens in an orderly way and in a way that helps benefit all of Muskegon.”
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