RegularMeeting Minutes
August 7, 2017

Meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. with the pledge to the flag. Members Bob Cook, Eleanor Kilmer, Amanda Gusek, Bob Steele and Greg Lotter were present.     

Minutes from the July 3, 2017 meeting were motioned for approval by Steele and seconded by Lotter. Motion carried with 5 yes.       

Public Comment:  Henry Harris had a few questions on the police protection for the township.  He asked if they will be working 40 hours a week. Tony Coln, Mayville Chief of Police commented that yes we would have someone 40 hours a week and if anyone needs any more information on this Tony will be more than willing to get that information to them. The officer will attend the monthly meetings. Lotter said he would like to have a contract first to know what we are getting the township into. Where does the revenue go, will it come to the township. Tony said the township will get a portion, the township will get 1/3 of the tickets.

John Grant from Shay Lake was present. He has some Blight problems with one home which has rats coming out of it and it is a health problem. Just wanted to let us know. Bob commented he has been on this blight problem.

Gary commented on the road side mowing and it looks great.

Kevin Daley was present. He is running for State Senator, he is from Lapeer County and gave a great speech.

Ambulance:  Glenn Fox was present. He gave report. No Questions.  

Planning commission: Travis was present and gave report. Travis also commented that Bob Cook, Travis Klimek, Doug Graham and Ralph Mock are going.  Ralph Mock commented that he was thinking about going to Frankenmuth for the training tomorrow the 9th. Amanda spoke with Ralph and he was not going so she wrote the check for three members to go.  If we wait until the month of the meeting it would cost so much more.  No Questions.

Blight Officer:  Bob Cook reported he issued 6 Pole Barns permits, 1 Land division, and 1 porch permit.

Cemetery:    Eleanor sold a few lots. One other wanted to see if the was any other lots in the West Dayton cemetery.

 Assessor:  Joan was present.    

Trustee: Steele asked if Bob if he has an update about the Snover road hill and when they are going to start working on the hill.  

Supervisor: No Comments

Treasurer: reported income of $5,934.85 and expenses of $75,526.53 for a balance on hand of $230,206.38 there is $19,336.74 in the checking. There is $9,599.95 in money market account and a CD face value of $201,269.69.     

Clerk: Invoice to be paid with the AUTO EFT and checks#7803-7818 in the amount of $50,511.67.  After a brief explanation of said invoices it was motioned by Steele, seconded by Lotter to pay bills. Motion carried with 5 yes. Amanda got her laptop working great.

Elections are tomorrow please come and vote.  Bob read the Ballot for tomorrow, thanks for that.

New Business: Joan Fackler was present. She talked about the GIS, which is Global Information Systems that the county went through and they did each and every parcel dimension. Also the county made a map and they put them all together so they are to scale, now we can bring them all up in owner software, so that when we go to look at a parcel we know where the boundary lines are. They also gave us an aerial view of the build view and the county has us on a list for an update as it has not been done since 2010. They want to do this every five years. The other phase of it is through the state software. We are responsible to make sure that the records are available to the public. The people that use that service the most are the lending institutions and title companies. BS&A is a software company that we are using all this information through. They are hosting an “access” for the townships where anyone can login. There is a small fee. Not for the township. Joan would like to get this passed. No Questions. Moved by Steele Seconded by Amanda Gusek. Motioned carried. 

Wording on the Ballot for November 7, 2017.   Special Meeting will be held on the 14th of August @ 7:00 P.M.

Motion to adjourn the meeting made by Steele, motion carried and meeting was adjourned at 7:45 p.m.