DAYTON TOWNSHIP

Proposed Meeting Minutes

August 1, 2016

Meeting was called to order at 7:30 p.m. with the pledge to the flag. Members Bob Cook, Eleanor Kilmer, Amanda Gusek, Bob Steele, and Greg Lotter were present.

 Minutes from July 5, 2016 meeting were motioned for approval by Steele and seconded by Lotter, motion carried with 5 yes.   

Public Comment:    Gary said the hall looks very nice.

Bert wanted to know what was going on with the shay lake bridge. Bob said, we are on the list. He has spoken to Michelle from the road commission they are working on getting it done. John asked if there was a Tired Colleton this year, yes we will have that on September 2nd.

Ambulance:   Glenn Fox was present gave report. Also James Welke is in the hospital he has had a stroke.   No Questions

Planning Commission:   Travis was present gave report, there were no questions.

Zoning Administrator:  Permits 2 dwelling, 1 pole barns.                                                                       

Blight Officer:  Bob had to call 911 to take care of a problem in Shay Lake

Cemetery:  Everyone is staying healthy.

Assessor:  No Report

Trustee: Steele commented that the second dust control worked better this time.

Supervisor:   we got the agreement for the Snover road1/2 mile west of Hurds corner to cut the hill down. Also Mike Flanagan did a great job on painting the township Hall, 

Treasurer: reported income of $10,075.80 and expenses of $22896.46, for a balance on hand of $307,477.42 there is $14,970.07 in the checking. $81,237.66 in money market account and a CD face value of $211,269.69.

Clerk: Invoice to be paid with the AUTO EFT and checks#7512-#7534 in the amount of $53,463.46. After a brief explanation of said invoices it was motioned by Steele, seconded by Lotter to pay bills. Motion carried with 5 yes..

New Business:  We are getting a new light on the pole in the hall parking lot.

Motion to adjourn the meeting made by Steele, seconded by Lotter, motion carried and meeting was adjourned at 7:56 p.m.

DAYTON TOWNSHIP