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Georgetown Charter Township
1515 Baldwin St., Jenison, MI  49428
Township Board Meeting Agenda
September 27, 2021, 7:00 p.m.
 
 
1.

Call to Order

2.

Prayer for Guidance

2.I.

Jim Wierenga

3.

Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag

4.

Roll Call

5.

Approval of Agenda

6.

Communications, Letters and Reports Received for Information

6.I.

September 1, 2020 Planning Commission Meeting Minutes

Documents:
  1. PCM210901.pdf
6.II.

September 13, 2021 Utilities Committee Meeting Minutes

Documents:
  1. uc210913minutes.pdf
7.

Public Hearings

7.I.

Public Hearing and Consideration of 2022 Budget



Motion:          To open (and close) the public hearing.

Motion:           To adopt the resolution for the 2022 Budget.

7.I.i.

Budget Resolution 2 for year 2022

7.I.ii.

Roll call

YEAS:
NAYS:
ABSTAINED:
7.II.

Public Hearing and Resolution (LIQ2101) Salus Massage Therapy LLC Liquor License Application


Motion:     To open (and close) the public hearing.

Motion:     To (approve/deny) the resolution for Liquor License (LIQ2101) for Salus Massage Therapy LLC, 110 Chicago Drive.

Note:     All necessary materials have been submitted, including the liquor license application.

7.II.i.

Roll Call


YEAS:

NAYS:

ABSTAINED:

8.

Public Comments for action items remaining on the agenda (maximum of three minutes per person)

9.

Consent Agenda

9.I.

Approval of the minutes of the previous meeting

9.I.i.

September 13, 2021 Township Board Meeting Minutes

Documents:
  1. TBM210913.pdf
9.III.

Approval of the Pump Station Metering Improvements, as presented by the Township Engineers, as recommended by the Utilities Committee

9.IV.

Approval of the Bauer Lift Station Improvements, as presented by the Township Engineers, as recommended by the Utilities Committee.

9.V.

Approval of the Utility Plan for the Northwest Section of the Township, which is to postpone the discussion regarding the installation of sewer along 48th Ave. until the road is scheduled for reconstruction, as recommended by the Utilities Committee.

9.VI.

Approval of the increase in the Sanitary Sewer Connection fee from $1,200 to $2,200, which when added to the $1,800 Clean Water Plant fee would equate to a total cost of $4,000 for sanitary sewer connection effective January 1, 2022, as recommended by the Utilities Committee.

9.VII.

Approval to transfer items to the Tax Roll, as recommended by the Finance Committee.

9.IX.

Grand Valley Metro Council Second Delegate


Motion:       to approve the appointment of Ryan Kidd to the second delegate position, based on the Census 2020 population for the Township of 54,091, to represent the Township on the Grand Valley Metro Council Board, as recommended by the Finance Committee.

9.X.

Approval of the Final Plat of Lowing Woods No. 12.

10.

Policy 2021, Policy for Appointment of a New Township Board Member to Fill a Vacated Office


Motion:           to approve Policy 2021, Policy for Appointment of a New Township Board Member to Fill a Vacated Office, as recommended by the Finance Committee.

Documents:
  1. Policy 2021-02.pdf
11.

2022 Boards and Commissions Meeting Schedule


Motion:           to approve the 2022 Boards and Commissions Meeting Schedule, as recommended by the Finance Committee.

Documents:
  1. 2022 meetings.pdf
12.

Seven Day Agenda Requirement Amendment


Motion:         to amend the Seven Day Agenda Requirement for the Board Meetings Policy to allow for the Finance Committee agendas to be produced six days before the meeting, as recommended by the Finance Committee.

13.

Temporary Stop Sign at Bauer Road and 24th Ave.


Motion:           To recommend to the Ottawa County Road Commission to keep the temporary stop sign, at Bauer Road and 24th Ave, as a permanent fixture, as recommended by the Utilities Committee.

14.

Sidewalk Installation along 36th Ave. North of Baldwin Street


Motion:           To authorize Township Staff to draft a letter to Hudsonville Public Schools to request that they install sidewalks across the school owned property, along 36th Ave., to coincide with their development of the new 5/6 Building, to create a safe route for students to travel to the new building, as recommended by the Utilities Committee.

15.

Mask Choice Resolution

16.

Vaccine Mandate Resolution

17.

Second Public Comment (maximum of three minutes per person)

18.

Discussion and General Information

19.

Meeting Adjourned