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Chesaning Village Council Meeting Minutes
March 21, 2017
President Sedlar called the meeting of the Chesaning Village John E. Green Pay Application: Wastewater Treatment Plant
Council to order at 7:30 p.m. on March 21, 2017, in the Village of Project Request #1: $67,412.70 –
Chesaning council chambers. Motion by Hoover, supported by Larner to approve the John
E Green Pay Application: Wastewater Treatment Plant Project
Roll Call: Present- Hoover, Larner, Navarre, Sedlar, Vondrasek, Request #1 for $67,412.70. Motion carried.
Wenzel, Feltman, & Powell.
Absent- Cicalo Public Statement –
Motion by Hoover, supported by Navarre to approve the Russell Terry, 224 Brady St, spoke in favor of adopting an
agenda. Motion carried. ordinance for Medical Marijuana Manufacturing Zoning. George
Sode, 134 W Broad St, asked about what the Marijuana ordi-
Public Statement I – Statements concerning current agenda nances will entail because he has interest in opening a store.
items. – None. Doyle Smith, 721 Neitling St, recommended that more inves-
tigating be done about Medical Marijuana Manufacturing and
Consent Agenda – its affects. Feltman reminded Smith that each individual would
Receive & file: require special use permits and each request will be reviewed
a. MML Liability & Workers’ Compensation Loss Control when permits are requested if an ordinance is adopted.
Letter
b. Saginaw Community Foundation Endowment Fund Committee Reports
Statement Infrastructure – No meeeting.
Approval of the Village Council meeting minutes from March Finance & Administration – Met Tuesday March 21st. They
7, 2017. worked on civil infractions, burning ordinances, and water shut
Approval of Accounts Payable in the amount of $97,092.22 off wording.
Motion by Hoover, supported by Larner to approve the con- DDA – Meets April 8th.
sent agenda. Motion carried. Chamber of Commerce Board Meeting – 2017 renewals are
going well. Some profit was made at the beer/wine tasting and
New Business the scrapbooking events. Fireworks will be June 29th, Chesani-
Items for Introduction / Discussion – ng birthday dinner September 16th, and the Candlewalk Novem-
Purposed Change Order for USDA Rural Development ber 24th and 25th.
Wastewater Treatment Plant – Planning Commission – Meeting Tuesday March 28th.
Motion by Hoover, supported by Navarre to approve the pur- Airport – Met on the 13th. They are working on getting rid of
posed change order for USDA Rural Development Wastewater ground moles. People are interested in buying hangars. Next
Treatment Plant. Motion carried. meeting is May 15th.
Parks & Rec – Met on March 8th. There was some vandalism
Items for Action – reported at Showboat Park. The burn of the river bank was can-
Shiawassee River Trail Coalition Memorandum of Under- celed due to weather. The gate will be locked to the lower flats
standing – because of expected rain.
Feltman explained the memorandum. Motion by Hoover, supported by Vondrasek to approve a re-
Motion by Hoover, supported by Vondrasek to approve the quest to spend $300 on a 10lb bag of wildflower seed. Feltman
Shiawassee River Trail Coalition Memorandum of Understand- asked if they had given permission to the Girl Scouts to plant a
ing. Motion carried. vegetable garden. Wenzel and Powell stated that they were look-
ing into areas where that might be possible but that approval had
Showboat Park MDNR Trust Fund Trail Grant Amendment: not been given. Feltman presented a flyer for Gypsy Goddess
Time Extension – Festival camping at Showboat Park.
Feltman explained that this would extend the trail project from Motion by Vondrasek, supported by Larner to rescind the ap-
March till September. proval given to the Parks & Rec Committee for a camping event
Motion by Hoover, supported by Navarre to approve the for the Gypsy Goddess Festival on June 3rd & 4th. Opposed by
Showboat Park MDNR Trust Fund Trail Grant Amendment: Time Hoover. Motion carried.
Extension. Motion carried. Fire Board – Larner reported there were 10 more fire runs. They
will be doing training on April 2nd & 3rd including coordination
Request for Street Closure: Gus Macker Basketball Tourna- for wild fires. The next meeting is April 12th at 6pm.
ment June 10th & 11th – Task Force – Meeting March 28th at 7:30am.
Feltman explained that MDOT may be finishing the road
project. Administrator’s Report –
Motion by Hoover, supported by Larner to approve the street Feltman submitted a written report. Feltman stated that he
closure request for the Gus Macker Basketball Tournament on is still looking for 8-10 people to form a Community Strategic
June 10th & 11th. Motion carried. Planning Committee. Feltman met with the renters of the Old
Fire Barn to start the framework for the development agreement
MDOT Performance Resolution: Authorizing Village Admin- for the building. Feltman asked if the broken down police cruiser
istrator and DPW Superintendent to Submit Utility Permits – sitting in the parking lot could be donated to the fire department
Motion by Hoover, supported by Navarre to approve the reso- for Jaws of Life training.
lution. Motion carried. Motion by Sedlar, supported by Hoover to donate the broken
down police cruiser to the fire department for Jaws of Life train-
Road System & Water System Improvement Project Pay ing. Navarre opposed. Motion carried.
Applications – Motion by Hoover, supported by Wenzel to adjourn the regu-
Motion by Vondrasek, supported by Hoover to approve Water lar council meeting.
System Request #11 for $38,104.14, Road System Request #10 President pro tem Hoover adjourned the regular council
for $12,896.48, and Road System Request #11 for $6,604.37. meeting at 8:39p.m.
Motion carried. Minutes respectfully submitted by Village Clerk Tina Powell
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