Rep. Griffin announces DNR Recreational Passport grant

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State Rep. Beth Griffin today announced The Village of Paw Paw has been selected as the recipient of a Recreational Passport grant from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

Funding in the amount of $61,500 will be used to develop a universally accessible boat launch and install a natural shoreline at Sunset Park.  Funds from the grant will also be used to improve the parking lot.

“The work at Sunset Park demonstrates a great partnership between the Village of Paw Paw and the State of Michigan,” Griffin said.  “This is a great example of working together to make great projects like this come to fruition.  This type of collaboration provides better use of taxpayer dollars and promotes real community partnerships.”