Chesaning Village | The Tri County Citizen tricountycitizen Chesaning Village Council Meeting Minutes March 7, 2017 President Pro Tem Hoover called the meeting of the Chesan- Motion by Wenzel, supported by Navarre that the Council ing Village Council to order at 7:30 p.m. on March 7, 2017, in the authorize the replacement of Mercury fixtures with high pressure Village of Chesaning council chambers. Sodium with specific areas changed to LED, as recommended for $2,840.26. Motion carried. Roll Call: Present- Cicalo, Hoover, Larner, Navarre, Vondrasek, Wenzel, Feltman, & Powell. Shiawassee River Bank Stabilization Proposal: Spicer Group – Motion by Cicalo, supported by Navarre to approve the agen- Council discussed the bid from Spicer Group. da. Motion carried. Motion by Navarre, supported by Cicalo to get more bids for the project. Motion carried. Public Statement I – Statements concerning current agenda items. – None. Resolution 06-2017: Support for National Water Trail Desig- nation for Shiawassee River – Consent Agenda – Feltman said that the trail would start at Clio and go all the Receive & file: way up the Shiawassee River and that this is only a pledge of a. Saginaw Basin Land Conservancy Letter support. b. Bear Creek Drain Maintenance Letter: Saginaw County Motion by Vondrasek, supported by Navarre to approve Res- Public Works olution 06-2017 Support for National Water Trail Designation for Approval of the Village Council meeting minutes from Febru- Shiawassee River. Motion carried. ary 21, 2017. Approval of Accounts Payable in the amount of $132,561.93 Water Main Easement: 15397 McKeighan Rd. – Motion by Cicalo, supported by Wenzel to approve the con- Motion by Cicalo, supported by Navarre to approve the water sent agenda. Motion carried. main easement at 15397 McKeighan Rd. Hoover abstained. Motion carried. New Business Items for Introduction / Discussion – Public Statement – Ron Ebenhough, Chesaning Chamber of Purposed Parking Regulations – Commerce, said there may be changes in the annual fireworks Parking ordinances are being standardized so that they can displayed that had been scheduled for June 29th due to a price be more actively enforced. It was recommended that we change change. all the signs to read parking only from 7am till 10pm. Hoover suggested that we take down the signs and change the ordi- Committee Reports nance to read, no on street parking from 3am-6am. Infrastructure – No meeeting. Motion by Vondrasek, supported by Navarre to approve the Finance & Administration – Met Tuesday February 21st. They proposal with the changes in times, no parking from 3am-6am are going through the ordinances, changing civil infractions, and year round. Motion carried. looking at parking ordinances for down town. DDA – Meets March 8th at 6pm. Items for Action – Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – Meets March 9th at Planning Commission recommendation: Medical Marijuana 8am. Production Facility Zoning Text Amendment – Planning Commission – Met February 28th to discuss medical Council discussed the recommendation from the Planning marijuana production zoning in the village. Commission. Feltman mentioned that the entire process of med- Airport – Next meeting scheduled for March 13. ical marijuana production as well as licensing is regulated by the Parks & Rec – Next meeting scheduled for March 8th. state. Fire Board – Larner reported there were 8 more fire runs. Motion by Cicalo, supported by Navarre to say no to say no The new pagers are working. There were training classes last to medical marijuana production in the village. Roll call vote- Ci- weekend and training on AED. He attended a class in Owosso caalo-yea, Hoover-nay, Larner-nay, Navarre-yea, Sedlar-absent, on human trafficking. Today they tested the air packs. The next Vondrasek-nay, Wenzel- nay. Motion failed. meeting is March 8th at 6pm. Motion by Vondrasek, supported by Larner to send this back Task Force – Met February 28th at 7:30am. to the Planning Commission to design a village ordinance for zoning of medical marijuana production. Roll call vote- Cica- Administrator’s Report – lo-yea, Hoover-yea, Larner-yea, Navarre-yea, Sedlar-absent, Feltman submitted a written report. Feltman told council that Vondrasek-yea, Wenzel-yea. Motion carried. the renters of the old fire barn expressed interest in purchasing the property with an agreement similar to the one made for the Showboat Park Tractor Pull Event: Brent Gross – Peet Center. The group has recently received nonprofit status. They would like to continue using the park for 2 events a year. They were Motion by Cicalo, supported by Navarre to adjourn the regu- told that they could have the events with a security deposit and lar council meeting. signed contracts that they could get through the Village Office. President pro tem Hoover adjourned the regular council Consumers Energy Street Light Replacement Proposal – meeting at 8:37p.m. Feltman explained that Consumers Energy has over charged the Village in the amount of approximately $29,000. We will re- Minutes respectfully submitted by Village Clerk Tina Powell ceive that in credit towards lighting replacement.