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MARION TOWNSHIP

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

SPECIAL MEETING

February 24th, 2005 @  4:00 p.m.

 

Meeting Called to Order:    4:01 p.m.

Members Present; Hamann, Lingle, Hanvey, Beal, Lowe

Members Absent: None

Call to Public: None Heard

Approval of Agenda:

            Addition of the Hometown PUD Floor Plans

Addition of the Federal Guidelines for Poverty Exemptions for the Board of Review

Lingle motioned to accept the Agenda as amended.  Hamann seconded. Motion Carried 5-0.

REFINANCING OF BONDS;  Supervisor Hanvey explained the Bonds and discussion took place. Hamann made a Resolution to accept the Refinancing of Bonds; Series 1997A, dated March 1, 1997 and Series 1999, dated June 1, 1999; the total principal amount and not to exceed $14,300,000.00. Seconded by Beal.

Roll Call Vote: Dave Hamann, Sue Lingle, Bob Hanvey, Tammy Beal, Dan Lowe—All Yes. Resolution Passed 5-0.

RECREATION GRANT: Resolution was made by Lingle to have Supervisor Hanvey sign Grant for Partnership for Change Project. Beal seconded it. Roll Call Vote Hamann-Yes; Lingle-Yes, Hanvey-Yes, Beal-Yes, Lowe-No. Resolution Passed 4-1.

CLARK HILL INVOICE: Lingle made a motion to pay Invoice #228496 for $2,780.00.Hamann seconded. Motion Carried 5-0.

RESOLUTION TO CONSOLIDATE PRECINCTS: Clerk Beal explained the consolidating of precincts for the May 3rd,2005 School Election required by the County Clerk . Noting that the Election Committee were the only members that needed to approve it. Lingle made a Resolution for the Clerk to sign the Consolidating Precincts for the May 3rd, 2005 School Election. Beal seconded it. Roll Call Vote; Hanvey-Yes, Lingle-Yes, Beal-Yes. Resolution Passed 3-0.

HOMETOWN PUD FLOOR PLANS; Discussion was heard and options explored. Motion was made by Hamann to allow the developer of Hometown (Delcor) to have 25% of the homes to have a garage  accessible from the front in Phase 2-A and 2-B.  Lowe seconded. Motion Passed 5-0.

FEDERAL GUIDELINES FOR POVERTY EXEMPTIONS FOR BOARD OF REVIEW; Motion was made by Lingle to approve the Federal Poverty Guidelines for Board of Review. Seconded by Hamann. Motion Passed 5-0.

Call to the Public: None Heard

Adjournment: Motion was made by Lingle to Adjourn; Seconded by Hamann.

Adjournment: 4:58 p.m.