WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

                                             JUNE 18, 2002

 

Webster Township Board Meeting called to order at 7:30 by Sup. Fisher. Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Auditor John Pfeffer and six residents.

 

The meeting opened with the Pledge to the Flag.

 

Auditor report presented.

Motion Fisher, support Calhoun the acceptance of the Auditor Report.  Roll call, all ayes and carried.

 

 Motion Fink support Calhoun to accept the May 21, 2002 Regular Township Board Meeting minutes as presented. Carried.

 

Motion Calhoun support Baldus to accept Treasurers report and pay bills as presented as well as those anticipated before the next Board Meeting. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

May 15, 2002 Planning Commission minutes received and discussed.

 

No report received from the Parks and Recreation Committee.

 

 

Zoning Inspector issued 16 permits, issued two new addresses and six properties were inspected since the May meeting.

 

No Sheriff Report received.

 

Motion Fink support Kingsley to approve agenda as amended, add item G to New Business, Representative to the Dexter Library. Carried.

 

OLD BUSINESS;

A)    Nextel Cell Phone Tower

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun not to change existing Cell Phone Tower Contract. Sup. Fisher to send letter and carried.

 

B)    Scully Road Lane (information update)

C)    Drug Paraphernalia Ordinance (tabled)

D)    Health Care Reimbursement

Sup. Fisher working with it, Auditor advises it has to be dealt with as income.

 

     

 

 

E)     Road Projects

Board approved addition of Walsh Road repair between Mast and Webster Hills Drive as reflected in the budget amendments.

F)     Enco-Keller Consent Judgment

Awaiting bid from the architect

to consult on options

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

Scully Road Lane interest.

 

NEW BUSINESS

A)    PDR Ordinance (tabled)

B)    Grendze Assessor Conference

Motion Kingsley support Fink dollar amount not to succeed $1,050.00. Roll call vote 

all ayes and carried.

      C) Private Road Ordinance Revisions

Motion Fink support Kingsley to adopt an Ordinance to Amend the Webster Township Private Road Ordinance to add a short title to clarify an exception to the Ordinance and change the penalty to a civil infraction, with the number being changed (92-5 to 5-2002). Carried.

      D) Budget Amendments

Motion by Fisher, support Calhoun to approve proposed budget amendments. Roll Call, all ayes. Carried.

E)     Comcast Resolution

Motion Kingsley support Fink to hold a Public Hearing on the Comcast Resolution at the July regular meeting date. Carried.

F)     Portage-Base Lakes Sewer Amendment 1-1

Motion Kingsley support Baldus to adopt the Resolution adopting Portage-Base Lake Sewer Rules and Regulation Amendment No 1-1. Carried.

      G) Dexter District Library Representatives

Motion Fink support Calhoun to re-appoint Marty Davis and Frieda Krupp for an additional four-year term, tabled until the July Meeting and carried.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

Motion Baldus support Fink meeting adjourned at 9:10 p.m. Carried.

 

 

                                                                             Respectfully submitted,

 

 

                                                                             Wana M. Baldus, Clerk

 

 

     

 


 

WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

 

MAY 21, 2002

Webster Township Board Meeting called to order at 7:30 by Sup. Fisher. Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Zoning Inspector Jim Ross, Deputy Kevin Hause and eighteen residents.

 

Pledge to the Flag

 

Supervisor remarks

 

Motion Kingsley support Fink to approve the April 19, 2002 minutes as corrected, changing the word committee to commission. Carried.

 

Treasurer’s report received

Motion Calhoun support Baldus to accept treasurer’s report and pay bills as presented as well as those anticipated before the next board meeting and change item 13.92 to Interest Income instead of Hall Rental.  Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

Planning Commission April 15, 2002 minutes received and discussed.

 

Parks and Recreation Meeting schedule for next week.

 

Zoning Inspector issued twenty-one permits since the April Meeting.

 

Sheriff report received.

 

Motion Kingsley support Fink to accept agenda as presented with the addition of North Meadows, office closing and Tap-In’s under new business. Carried.

 

OLD BUSINESS

    

A) Nextel Cell Phone Tower (information update)

A check for $9,000.00 received along with request for an extension of the starting date from 10/2002 to 10/2003.

 

B) Scully Road Lane (information update)

 

C) Drug Paraphernalia Ordinance (tabled)

 

D) Special Use Permit for Tall Oak Kennel

Motion Kingsley support Fink to approve Special Use Permit recommended by

Webster Township Planning Comm. with the following contingencies.

1.      Compliance with the Township Noise Ordinance and future amendments of the Ordinance

2.      The Final Site Plan is submitted within sixty days of the Township approval

3.       Construction begins within ninety days of final site plan approval

4.       A maximum of two dogs can be walked per person and two people can walk dogs at one time

5.       There will be a maximum of thirty one dog runs, eight small dog pens and six cat pens

6.      Hours of operation for animal pickup and drop off are limited to 7:30 am to 6 PM Monday through Saturday and Sunday 1 PM to 6 PM.

7.      Special Use Permit is only for the current property description, and will be revoked if property is split.  Carried.

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

Neighbor concerns about foghorn and gun shooting

 

NEW BUSINESS

 

     A) North Meadows

Webster Township Planning Commission recommends Webster Township Board grant the Preliminary Site Plan and Special Use Permit for North Meadows.

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun to grant the Preliminary Site Plan and Special Use Permit for North Meadows contingent upon

1.      The Township Attorney approve the Site Condo Documentation

2.      Zoning Inspector Jim Ross approves the site plan changes dated 4/02/02

3.      The Site Plan passes the Washtenaw County Drain Comm. technical review.

           Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

     B) Road Projects-Motion Kingsley support Fink to approve the Proposed    Webster Township Road Projects for FY 2002 and carried.

 

     C) PDR Ordinance.

Will wait for recommendation from Planning Commission

 

     D) Knox Box

Motion Fink support Kingsley to install Knox Box. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

      E) Resolution for Tax Administration Fee

Motion Fisher support Kingsley the Webster Township Board by Resolution, authorizes and instructs the Treasurer to apply an Administration Fee of 1% to taxes levied in the Township of Webster. Carried.

 

     F) Motion Fisher support Kingsley the approval to host

Washtenaw County Treasurer’s Association Meeting September 17, 2002 from nine

till noon in the Township  Hall Meeting Room without rental fee. Carried.

 

G) Comcast Resolution

Motion  Kingsley support Fink to table. Carried.

 

H) Audit Contract

Motion Calhoun support Fisher to extend the Contract with Pfeffer, Hanniford and Palka for three years. Carried.

 

 I) Health Care Reimbursement     Tabled.

 

 J) Cops Grant

Sup. Fisher applied for cops grant and expects notification in Sept. or Oct.

 

 K) Office Close

Motion Fisher support Fink Webster Township Hall be closed July 5, 2002. (Staff to use either vacation day or comp. time) Carried.

 

 L) Sewer Taps

Motion Fisher support Kingsley not to sell Taps out of the Township at this time. Carried.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

 

Motion Fink support Kingsley meeting adjourn at 10:45 and carried.

 

 

                                                                                        Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

 

                                                                                        Wana M. Baldus, Clerk

 

 


WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

                                          July 16, 2002

 

            Webster Township Board brought to order at 7:30 pm by Supervisor Fisher.

 

Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Zoning Inspector Jim Ross, Deputy Mike Williams and Thirteen residents.

 

The meeting opened with the Pledge to the Flag.

 

Motion Kingsley, support Fink to approve 6/18/02 minutes as presented. Carried.

 

Eagle Scout Proposal was presented by Donald Noe.

Motion Kingsley, support Fink: Webster Township pay up to $395.00 for supplies for the project. Roll cal vote. All ayes and carried.

 

Motion Fink, support Calhoun to amend agenda and dispense of Item A under Old business. Carried.

 

Motion Fink support Calhoun to appoint Martha Davis and Freida Krupp to an additional four year term on the Dexter District Library Board. Carried. Trustee Fink requested copies of their minutes.

 

Treasurer’s report presented.

Motion Calhoun, support Fink to accept Treasurer’s report and pay bills as presented as well as anticipated bills received. Roll call vote. All ayes and carried.

 

Webster Township Planning Commission Report received.

 

Parks and Recreation Report.

Special Board Meeting to be held to review landscape project with Pollack Design.

 

Zoning Inspector Report

Fourteen permits, one new address and 26 properties were inspected since the June meeting.

 

Sheriff report was given by Deputy Mike Williams.

 

Review and Approval of Agenda

Motion Kingsley, support Fink to approve agenda as previously amended. Carried.

 

Old Business:
A: Cancelled

B: PDR Tabled

C: Drug Ordinance tabled

D: Health Care Reimbursement. Motion Fink, support Calhoun, the adoption of Webster Township Group Health and Dental Insurance Plan ordinance as presented with change on Introductory Page. Carried.

            Motion Fisher, support Calhoun to adopt Webster Township Health Care Allowance- FY 2003. Roll Call vote; all ayes. Carried

            Motion Fisher, support Kingsley Township Board recognize health care should be retroactive to first of Township Fiscal year. Roll Call vote; all ayes. Carried.

 

E: Sound Studies/ Noise Ordinance

            Peter Collins of ASTI will prepare report to be ready for September Meeting.

 

F: Enco- Keller Consent Judgment.

            Not prepared for Consent Judgment at this time.

 

Audience Participation:
Angel: Acres/ parking lot

Perry: People against Church PDR

Semifore: How to get on Boards (Library etc.)

 

New Business:

A:
Campbell vs. ZBA status report

 

Correspondence:

Sam Schwark motorcycle race. Inspector Ross will handle the situation.

Letter from the Department of Agriculture advising the threat of the Emerald Ash Borer attacking ash trees.

 

Motion Fink, support Kingsley meeting adjourn at 8:50 pm. Carried.

 

                                                                        Respectfully,

 

 

                                                                        Wana M. Baldus, Clerk

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

 

                                                              AUGUST 20, 2002

 

Webster Township Board Meeting called to order at 7:30 by Sup. Fisher. Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Deputy Kevin Hause and twelve residents.

 

Motion Fink support Calhoun to continue opening the meeting with the Pledge to the Flag. Carried.

 

Motion Kingsley support Fink to accept the July 16, 2002 minutes as presented.

Carried.

 

 

Motion Calhoun support Baldus to accept treasurer’s report and pay bills as

presented as well as anticipated bills before the Sept Meeting. Roll call, all ayes and

carried.

 

Webster Township Planning Commission Report received.

 

Parks and Recreation Report.

Special meeting to be held with the Board and Park Comm.

 

Zoning Inspector Report

Letter of resignation from Zoning Inspector Jim Ross was received and read. Motion Fisher support Kingsley to accept resignation with regrets. Carried. Seventeen permits were issued since the July Meeting.

Sheriff report received.

 

Review and approval of agenda

Motion Kingsley support Fink to approve agenda as presented. Carried.

 

OLD BUSINESS:

A: PDR Tabled

B: Drug Ordinance tabled

C: Sound Studies/ Noise Ordinance

Sound study is complete. Sup. Fisher to meet with Ross to see how to proceed from Data Base on Noise Ordinance.

D: Enco-Keller Violation. Closed session to be scheduled.

E: Campbell vs. ZBA

Attorney Reading has submitted Township documentation on what has been filed with the Court. Expect to have something more definitive to present at Sept.

Meeting.

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

Neighbors of the proposed Catholic Church Site expressed concerns over traffic problems, lighting and hours of operation.

 

NEW BUSINESS

A: Special Use Permit; St, Joseph Catholic Church

Motion Kingsley support Fink Webster Township Board issue a Special Use

Permit to St. Joseph Catholic Church/Diocese of Lansing to allow a church on the SW corner of Mast Rd and N. Territorial Rd in an A-1 district, contingent on traffic study, light study and light measure and Planning Commission Review of each development. All ayes and carried.

 

B: Ballot Proposition on Increasing Number of Trustees

Motion Fink support Calhoun to approve Resolution to Place Proposition to increase the number of Trustees on the Ballot at the November 2002 Election. All ayes and carried.

 

C: Stoll Private Road

Motion Fisher support Calhoun to approve Stoll Private Road contingent on receiving Permit from Washtenaw County Road Comm. revised drawing plans so all lots comply.

Motion Kingsley support Fink to amend motion that in the revised plan all lots comply with 4-1 ratio. Carried.

Motion Kingsley support Fink to approve amendment. Carried.

Motion Fisher support Calhoun to approve amended motion. Carried.

 

D: Kruzel Private Road

Motion Fisher support Calhoun to move approval of Kruzel Private Rd. with the following contingencies; receipt of permit from Washtenaw County Rd Comm., letter from State Uniform Traffic Code and drawing of road near N. Territorial to be modified to preserve two oak trees. Carried.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun meeting adjourn at 8:45. Carried.

 

 

                                                                                        Respectfully submitted,

 

                                                                                         

                                                                                        Wana M. Baldus, Clerk

 

 

 

 

 


WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

 

                                                              September 17,2002

 

Webster Township Board Meeting called to order at 7:30 by Sup. Fisher. Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Deputy Kevin Hause and twelve residents.

 

The Meeting opened with the Pledge to the Flag.

 

Motion Fisher support Fink to approve August 20,2002 minutes with the following correction, traditional pledge including phrase “one nation under God”. Carried.

Motion Fink support Kingsley the approved amended minutes be amended to read “a letter from developer adopting State Uniform Traffic Code.” Carried.

 

Treasurer’s report presented.

Motion Calhoun support Baldus to accept treasurer’s report and pay bills as

presented. Roll call vote and carried.

 

Webster Township Planning Commission Report received.

 

Parks and Recreation Report. No action to report.

 

Zoning Inspectors report received.

Thirteen permits, one address and twenty properties were inspected since the August Meeting.

 

Sheriff Report presented by Deputy Kevin Hause.

Deputy Hause introduced Sgt. Brian Filipiak who is in charge of Dexter Substation.

 

Review and Approval of Agenda.

Motion Fink support Kingsley to approve agenda as presented. Carried.

 

OLD BUSINESS;

A)    PDR Ordinance (Tabled)

B)    Drug Paraphernalia Ordinance  (Tabled)

C)    Sound Studies/Noise Ordinance (Tabled)

D)    Tall Oaks Kennel

Request for extension of time to provide site plan, which was sent to the Planning Commission should have been sent to the Township Board. Supervisor will follow up to establish new schedule.

E)     Enco-Keller Violation

Researching cost associated with that. Information needed for Consent

Judgment. More information to be presented at the October Meeting.

F)     Campbell vs. ZBA

Response to Suit filed by Township Attorney Reading. Background

information not yet forwarded to Court, awaiting meeting with Campbell and

Attorney before forwarding to Court.

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

Neighbors concerned with delay for Building at Tall Oaks Kennel.

 

NEW BUSINESS

A)    Northfield Fire Department Contract

Motion Kingsley, support Calhoun, to terminate contract with Northfield

Township Fire Department for coverage on N. E. corner of Township.

Dexter Fire Department will now cover the area. Supervisor will explore possibility of Hamburg Fire Department coverage of Harbor Trail.

            

B)    Township Visa Card

Discussion held concerning guidelines to who would use it. Township to apply for card but not use it until Policy has been established, and Auditor to check and see if it is used properly.

 

C)    Summer Tax Collection

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun to take no action concerning the State Education Tax Collection Notice. Carried.

            

D)    Erin-Drive Private Road

Motion Fisher, support Kingsley to approve Erin Drive Private Road with the addition of rip-rap on 4-4/2 percent ditch slopes. Carried.

            

E)     Stoneview lane Private Road

Tabled until October Meeting

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

 

                  Motion Kingsley support Fink meeting adjourned at 9:15 and carried.

 

                                                                                                Respectfully submitted,  

 

 

                                                                                                 Wana M. B

 

 


WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

OCTOBER 15,2002

 

Webster Township Board Meeting called to order at 7:30 by Sup. Fisher. Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Deputy Kevin Hause and seven residents.

 

The meeting opened with the Pledge to the Flag.

 

Motion Kingsley support Fink to accept the September 17, 2002 minutes as presented.

 

Treasurer’s report presented:

      Motion Calhoun support Kingsley to transfer $35,000.00 from General Fund to Public Safety Fund, temporary, prior to January Tax Collection. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

      Motion Calhoun support Baldus to accept treasurer’s report and pay bills as presented. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

Webster Township Planning Commission Report received.

 

Parks and Recreation Committee Report.

      Edison funded grant application received from DNR.

 

Zoning Inspector Report received:

      Twenty-two permits issued and twenty properties inspected since the August Meeting.

 

Sheriff Report presented by Deputy Kevin Hause.

 

Review and Approval of Agenda:

      Motion Fink support Kingsley to approve agenda with the addition of item E under new business, Planner Program, and the striking of Item A under Old Business, Looking Glass Lane. Carried.

 

OLD BUSINESS;

 B) Stoneview Lane-Private Road

      Motion Kingsley support Calhoun to approve Stoneview Lane-Private Rd with

      the required changes made. Carried.

 

 C) Northfield Fire Department Contract

Transfer of responsibility to DAFD effective 12:01 November first 2002. Letters    to all residents in the district have been sent. Residual money to be left in Public Safety Account.

 

      D) CJ Party Store

Sup. Fisher to contact Troczynski’s concerning Site Plan, Road    Commission comments and additional fees.

 

       E) PDR Ordinance. Tabled.

        F) Drug  Paraphernalia Ordinance. Tabled.

        G) Sound Studies/Noise Ordinance. Tabled.

        H) Tall Oaks Kennel. (Information update.

         I) Enco-Keller violation. Tabled.

         J) Campbell vs. ZBA. No update.

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

 

NEW BUSINESS;

A)    Township Board Approval of Master Plan.

Motion Fink support Calhoun to approve adoption of the Resolution to assert Township Boards Right to Approve or Reject Basic Plan. Roll call, all ayes and carried.

B)    Planning Consultant

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun to retain ENP and Associates

(Erin Purdu) as consultant. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

C)    Engineering Consultant

Motion Calhoun support Kingsley Webster Township enter into specific time and material jobs with Mannik & Smith Group, Inc. as defined by Sup. Fisher. Roll call, all ayes and carried.

D)    Huron River Watershed-“People and the Land Project”

Sup. Fisher to investigate further and participate as he decides, Fisher to be Representative if we participate.

E)     Planner Program

Motion Fink support Kingsley Webster Township agree to pay enrollment fee, for Planning Commission members who would like to attend the Michigan State University Extension Citizen Planner Program. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

CORRESPONDENCE

 

AUDIIENCE PARTICIPATION

 

Motion Baldus support Kingsley meeting adjourn at 9:30. Carried.

 

 

                                                                Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

                                                                                                 Wana M. Baldus, Cle


WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

November 19, 2002

 

Webster Township Board Meeting called to order at 7:30 by Sup. Fisher. Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Deputy Kevin Hause and twenty-eight residents.

 

The meeting opened with the Pledge to the Flag.

 

Motion Kingsley support Fink to accept the October 15, 2002 minutes as presented. Carried.

 

Motion Calhoun support Kingsley to accept the Treasurers Report and pay bills as presented as well as those anticipated before the next meeting. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

Webster Township Planning Commission Report received.

 

Parks and Recreation Committee Report.

No activity this month.

 

Zoning Inspector Report received.

Twenty- three permits issued and twenty properties inspected since the October Meeting.

 

Sheriff Report presented by Deputy Kevin Hause.

 

Motion Fink support Kingsley to move Item H from Old Business to new item 16. Adjournment becomes item 17 and new business item is added for Daratony Special Use Permit.

 

OLD BUSINESS

A)   Poplar Drive

Motion Fink support Calhoun to remove all “Park Lane” signs. The road is now Poplar Drive. Carried.

B)   Looking Glass Lane

Mr. Tucker presented a letter to the board rescinding the agreement to allow three residents to be served by one driveway.

C)   PDR Ordinance (tabled)

D)    Drug Paraphernalia Ordinance (tabled)

E)     Sound Studies/Noise Ordinance (tabled)

F)     Tall Oaks Kennel (information update)

G)    Enco-Keller Violation (tabled)

H)   Huron River Watershed-“People and the Land Project”

First Meeting to be held 12/10/02. Sup. Fisher to attend.

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

           Questions pertaining to Township Engineer and Sewer Taps

 

NEW BUSINESS

A)   Merkel Court

Motion Fink support Calhoun the road in question be named Merkel Ct with a sign erected at entry to the road and numbers displayed at each residence. Carried.

B)   Jennings Ct

Motion Kingsley, support Calhoun to name road Jennings Ct with a sign to be posted. Carried.

C)   Cobblestone Lane. Private Road Application.

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun to accept Private Rd Application contingent on Mr. Daratony meeting all concerns Mr. Pindzia pointed out in report and final drawings also be approved by the Dexter Fire Department. Carried.

Private Road Variance:

Motion Fink support Calhoun to allow minimum 18’ driving surface width only because of large trees, notations to be noted on road plans as to where width will be reduced and trees saved, update plans. Carried.

D)   Grand/Sakwa Properties

Development Co. on Northfield Township has access to 2000 acres with 5000 houses to be built this side of US 23. Group formed in opposition called Northfield Neighbors. Township has acquired Northfield Township Growth Management Plan and Grand/Sakwa Preliminary Development Plan.

E)    Daratony Special Use Permit

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun Webster Township grant a Special Use Permit to Jim and Daryln Daratony to allow a boarding stable at the SW corner of Gregory Rd and Farrell Rd intersection in A-1 district at the recommendation of the Planning Commission. Carried.

CORRESPONDENCE

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun Township Board go into closed session with Attorney Reading and ZBA Chairman Rick Kleinschmidt concerning

Campbell vs. ZBA. Roll call vote and carried. 

 

Motion Kingsley, support Calhoun to adjourn closed session. Carried.

 

Motion by Fisher, support Kingsley to reopen Regular Meeting. Carried.

 

Motion Fisher, support Calhoun to authorize Township Attorney to enter into settlement discussion with Campbell Attorney, regarding possible purchase of land. Carried.

 

Moved by Calhoun, supported by Kingsley to survey Joy Rd. between Webster Ch Rd and Northgate, for Joy Road Right away not to exceed $4,000.00. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

 

Motion Baldus support Fink meeting adjourn at 10:20 and carried.

 

                                                             

                                                              Respectfully submitted,

 

 

 

                                                                        Wana M. Baldus, Clerk

 

           

 


WEBSTER TOWNSHIP BOARD REGULAR MEETING

DECEMBER 17, 2002

 

Webster Township Board Meeting called to order at 7:30 by Sup.  Fisher. Present: Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Fink, Kingsley, Deputy Kevin Hause and four residents.

The meeting opened with the Pledge to the Flag.

Motion Kingsley support Calhoun to accept the November 19, 2002 minutes as presented. Carried.

Motion Calhoun support Baldus to accept treasurer’s report and pay bills as presented as well as anticipated before the next meeting. Roll call vote, all ayes and carried.

Webster Township Planning Commission Report received.

Parks and Recreation Committee Report: o activity this month.

Zoning Inspector Report: Seven permits were issued and twenty-two properties inspected since the November Meeting.

Sheriff Report presented by Deputy Kevin Hause.

Review and Approval of Agenda:

Sup. Fisher proposed the following items be added to the agenda. Under New Business Item G, ZBA Appointments, Item H, Regional Workshop

on Farming and Farmland Preservations. Item I, Master Plan, Item J,

Open Space.

Motion Fink support Kingsley to approve agenda with additions.

Carried.

OLD BUSINESS

A)      CJ’s arty Store: No information.

B)      Merkel Court Seeking Bid from WCRC for changes to Merkel RD to meet requirements at intersection.

C)       Looking Glass Lane. No information.

D)       DR Ordinance (tabled)

E)        Drug Paraphernalia Ordinance (tabled)

F)        Sound Studies/Noise Ordinance (tabled)

G)       Tall Oaks Kennel (tabled)

H)       Enco-Keller Violation (tabled)

I)         Campbell vs. ZBA. No new information.

J)        Cobblestone Lane (pending final drawings)

K)       Grand/Sakwa Properties. No new information.

 

AUDIENCE PARTICIPATION

     Question concerning Tall Oaks Kennel

NEW BUSINESS

     A) Returned Check Fee

Motion Calhoun support Kingsley to authorize Township to   amend Fee Schedule to add $40.00 fee for NSF checks returned. Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Kingsley aye, Fink opposed. Carried.

     B) Board of Review Appointments

Motion Fisher support Fink to appoint Charles Estleman to replace    Barry Grossman who resigned from the board and reappoint Rosemary Angel and Bill Nixon to a two year term. Carried.

     C) Planning Commission Appointment

          Jim Burnett resigned from the Planning Commission. Motion Fink

          support Kingsley to appoint Charles Estleman to fill remaining one

          year on the term of Jim Burnett. Carried.

     D) Metro Act

           Moved by Kingsley support Fink to adopt Telecommunications              Right-of-Way Resolution pending Attorney Recommendation

with date in item 1-2-3. All ayes and carried.

E) Adoption of Uniform Traffic Code

Motion Fink support Kingsley to adopt the Uniform Traffic Code and   Revisions #3-2002. Carried.

      F) Perdu Contract for Planning Commission

Motion Fisher support Kingsley to review contract more thoroughly         and present findings at January Meeting. Carried.

      G) ZBA Appointments

 Motion Baldus support Calhoun to reappoint Don Buchanan and Jennifer Simonds to a three year term on ZBA and carried.

      H) Regional Workshop on Farming and Farmland Preservation Feb 8, 2003

          Motion Kingsley support Calhoun to provide Township Hall and waive fee for the work shop. John Westman in charge of hall and   carried.

I)        Revised Master Plan

          Motion Fink support Fisher to table. Motion to table failed.

Motion Kingsley support Baldus to adopt Webster Township Master                Plan date 12-17-02 with suggested additions, index, history of revisions, map page changes.  Motion Calhoun support Kingsley date to read revised 12-09-02 adopted 12-17-02. Fisher, Baldus, Calhoun, Kingsley ayes, Fink opposed. Carried.

J) Open Space Preservation Community Amendment Article 15.

Motion fisher support Kingsley to adopt Open Space Preservation   Amendment and require Planner put together a compliance Matric for Webster Township

     Motion Fink to amend motion to delete L. Historic Structure, support           Kingsley. Carried.

Motion Fink support Calhoun to amend to delete Item K, 15.6 K Pedestrian Access. Carried.

Motion Calhoun support Baldus to adopt Open Space Preservation Community Amendment as amended. Carried.

 

Motion Baldus support Kingsley meeting adjourn at 9:35 and carried.

 

 

                                                                       Respectfully submitted

 

 

 

                                                                      Wana M. Baldus, Clerk