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Call to Order

Invocation

Pledge of Allegiance

First Call to the Public

Sam Iaquinto: Pro Pot Business Opportunities and revenue stream

Mary Devlin: anti-pot

Amy Scholl: "we’re not ready for pot"

David Gordon

Shannon Koenig: powerful pot industry will buy our politicians

Margaret Riddell: anti-pot

Carl Watkins “our quality of life will be terrible”

Stacy Sloan: ethics & accountability lacking

Board Member Response

Dockett

Otto

Manley

Zelenock

Chockley: "we’ll do better on that blahblahblah"

Beliger

Chick: “We can’t afford it. The park is a burden on the township.”

Consent Agenda

Sewer Liability issue raised by Beliger

Chick: Warner issue

Chockley: why the sewer backup issue was not an Agenda Item

Property Owner public statement re sewer backup

Chockley: motion re consent agenda

Dockett re address, Barker & Main, of Driftwood Marina being torn down

Zelenock: motion to end meeting at 930pm

Manley: vote on the agenda

Zelenock introduces Shink's presentation while Chockley busy

Shink announces hearing dates, november 6th coming up

Shink: citizen complaints re tree cutting

Shink: re citizen protest against herbicide spraying

Shink: offers help with county park grants for north village

Agenda Item #1:

Master Plan Adoption

Zelenock - On 9/24...

Chockley blows off concerns; I just think it's time to move on.

Chockley: It really does open up some areas

Chockley: I guess I would like to call the question

Agenda Item 2:

Resolution 19-615

Otto: why now, why the limit to 4 acres? Lippins

Lippins answers

Burns: to make a park, deed restrictions

Dockett on boat slips, piers, fishing, people sleeping overnight

vote on amendment to strike in perpituity from language

Beliger offers 5 acre amendment

Chockley: "I'd hate to eliminate five houses over 1/4 acre of open space"

Zelenock: Manager, how many acres did we put in out rfps? I recall nine.

Lippins: That's not the recommendation you have from the committee

Zelenock: and none of this has been scored

Chockley: Does the board feel this is premature?

Call the vote on Beliger's motion to make it a minimum of five acres

vote on resolution 19-615

passed 5-2

Zelenock – Motion to bring County Parks in for possible help on financing or running the park. 6/1 Dockett “no”

Otto prefers committee

Chockley: I think it's early

Beliger I think we should wait on that idea

Zelenock: $157,836.68 paid in County Park Millage Y2018

Chockley Waffling re time limit

Chockley: res to opt out of the hard cap

Chockley: motion to skip number 3

Dockett: now you're being a jerk

Beliger: motion to approve health insurance

Docket & Mgr argue over packet, insurance figures vs percentages

Docket to Aynes: “Oh poor you!”

Zelenock to Aynes: Your info is incomplete

Agenda Item 5:

Long discussion over $17k increase & and Aynes’ report

Motion by Chockley to continue health insurance contributions same as past year

beliger: move to extend thomas duke contract for barker road sale

Beliger: move to extend meeting until 10pm Dockett: you broke all your promises.

Beliger, Why don't we just extend the meeting half an hour

Agenda Item 3:

Zelenock, so what if we go back and talk about building right now...

Dockett shouts out contention that county is available every day of the week and saves money.

Dockett: the county has not raised their prices in 13 years

Motion by Zelenock to have Aynes assemble information by January. Dockett recommends a subcommittee

Two board members volunteer for the subcommittee : beliger and zelenock

Agenda Item 6:

Beliger Motion to renew Thomas Duke Contract to sell 75 Barker

Agenda Item 6: Contract Extension for sale of 75 Barker

Chick suggests postponing all 75 Barker decisions until March

Vote to extend the current contract with Thomas Duke

motion to extend passes 4:3

Agenda Item 7:

Beliger: can we move to consider purchase offer of... Number 7

Zelenock: I would like to table Number 7

Dockett: I don't think we should sell this

Agenda item 8:

motion by beliger to close twp offices

Chockley: I don't know that we can get into your item

Agenda Item 9:

Otto: I would like to table this item, the Clerk's survey

Announcements

Zelenock: Is there any legal constraint on that Mr Burns?

Otto: so people can come here and start handing out political material at our board meetings? Burns nods yes

2nd call to the public

George Brown - spoke for six full minutes.

Margaret Riddell

Amy Scholl

David Gordon

Jim Nelson

Board Member Comments

Dockett: – we don’t need this project (park). Glad when pot is over.

Dockett: you people are putting up half a million dollars. that's what we've got invested.

Otto

Chick – takes offense with comments that big business can corrupt government. “Can’t imagine politicians being bought. Can’t imagine it.”

Manley

Beliger

Zelenock – we should be doing lots of surveys – these are big items that will define the township forever. Once you sell the land, it’s gone forever.

Chockley

Motion to Adjourn