Emmet County officials say they’re looking into the price and alternative alternatives after windows and a door on the county-owned Headlands International Dark Sky Park building had been broken by gunfire.
In the meantime, Emmet County administrator John Calabrese stated the ability stays open to the general public.
“No, it’s going to have any impact on accessibility now, not,” he stated. “(Parks and endeavor staff) have quickly constant it.”
As the News-Review formerly suggested, harm to the construction came about Friday at about 7 a.M., while a male suspect become at the premises. He did not advantage access to the building and fled the scene. There had been no accidents reported, and nobody was in the on-the-spot location while the incident happened. However, his photograph becomes captured on security photos.
However, Emmet County sheriff’s employees suspect he’s the same man who was worried in an incident close to Tahquamenon Falls later that morning. The man turned himself in following that incident, Sheriff Pete Wallin said.
The incident continues to be pretty clean; however, Calabrese, speaking to the News-Review right away after a Parks and Recreation assembly Tuesday, said the county would soon start assessing the harm and determining a plan for solving the door and windows. He stated they might be consulting with the county’s coverage issuer to figure out how plenty of the damage could be covered.
“Like whatever else, we need to undergo the manner,” Calabrese said.
Construction of the Headlands Event Center became authorized using county commissioners in 2014 for $7 million, earlier than Calabrese, or most of the cutting-edge board of commissioners started out serving their county positions. It opened in May 2017.
The park, west of Mackinaw City, is open year-round, 24 hours a day. The occasion center is open to the public at some stage infrequently scheduled applications or using personal apartments at some stage in the hours of 9 a.M. To 10 p.M.