Public statement regarding recent allegations by New Products Corporation
Released January 18, 2013

Harbor Shores President Jeff Noel stated, "As a matter of policy, Harbor Shores has historically chosen to not respond to any news releases issued that are not factually correct. However, a recent press release by New Products Corporation of Benton Harbor carries misinformation that needs to be corrected publicly."

Response to New Products Claims
Submitted to The Herald Palladium as a Letter to the Editor on July 26, 2012

Dear Editor:
During the past several weeks, many in the community have received a general post mailing or seen a paid advertisement in The Herald Palladium making claims against the Harbor Shores Development.  The information accuses the Harbor Shores organization as intentionally “squeezing” a longstanding local business by taking land they claim to have rightfully owned.  These claims are misleading, and the Harbor Shores Development has chosen to respond to these attacks in an attempt to provide accurate information to those who have an interest in this matter.

City of Benton Harbor Pleased with Financial Results of 2011 Beach Season at Jean Klock Park

Benton Harbor, MI—The City of Benton Harbor is pleased to announce that the 2011 Beach Season at Jean Klock Park was a tremendous success. For the first time in a number of years, the entrance gate at the park was staffed and operational from May through September 2011.

Harbor Shores is pleased with City's Success in Jean Klock Park for 2011

Benton Harbor, MI — Friday, September 30, 2011 — The partners in Harbor Shores are very pleased to learn of the City of Benton Harbor's success in Jean Klock Park for the 2011 summer season.

Harbor Shores provides FREE summer shuttle service for Benton Harbor Youth

The partners in Harbor Shores have long been supporters of youth programs in the Benton Harbor community, especially in the summer months. That is why, Harbor Shores and the City of Benton Harbor are proud to announce the return of a special partnership with Dial-A-Ride to provide citizens a free shuttle service to help connect the neighborhoods in Benton Harbor to Jean Klock Park.  The “Jean Klock Park Express” will run a continuous loop of 16 stops in the Benton Harbor community.  Service starts Friday, May 27, 2011 and will run seven days a week from 10 AM to 6 PM through Labor Day, September 5, 2011.  The shuttle service will adopt normal Dial-A-Ride rules, and all riders under the age of 16 years old must be accompanied by an adult.