DAYTON TOWNSHIP, TUSCOLA COUNTY, MICHIGAN
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PROPOSED MASTER PLAN
Notice is hereby given that the Dayton Township Planning Commission will hold a public hearing on
Monday, October 16, 2017 at 7:00 p.m. in the Dayton Township Hall (4879 Hurds Corner Road, Mayville, MI 48744) for the purpose of receiving comments on the proposed Dayton Township Master Plan.
The proposed plan is a comprehensive document, long-range in its view and includes specific goals, objectives, and public policy recommendations regarding land use and future growth. Per Planning Enabling Act (Public Act 33 of 2008, as amended), the plan is intended to serve as a guide for future Township decision-making related to land use, community development, and capital improvement projects.
Copies of the proposed Master Plan are available for review on the Township’s website at www.daytontwptuscola.com, by appointment with Planning Commission Chair Travis Klimek, (989) 912-5045 or at the Township Hall. Written comments on the proposed plan may be mailed to: Travis Klimek, Planning Commission Chair, P.O. Box 305, 4879 Hurds Corner Road, Mayville, MI 48744.
Necessary and reasonable auxiliary aids and services will be provided to individuals with disabilities at the public hearing upon ten days’ notice to Planning Commission Chair Travis Klimek; by phone at (989) 912-5045 or mail to P.O. Box 305, 4879 Hurds Corner Road, Mayville, MI 48744.
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