Legacy Plaza restrooms closed due to vandalism

February 8, 2023

Legacy Plaza restrooms closed due to vandalism

LUDINGTON — The City of Ludington has closed the restrooms at Legacy Plaza for repairs due to vandalism. According to a post on the city’s Facebook page, baby changing stations were broken off the wall as well as locks on doors, stall doors, and soap dispensers. This is the second occurrence of vandalism to the restrooms since January.

There are video surveillance cameras on the exterior of the facilities and police are reviewing video. Anyone with information about the vandalism should contact Mason-Oceana 911’s non-emergency phone number at 231-869-5858.

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