All items listed are
considered to be routine by the Board and will be enacted by one motion.
There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Board member or
Citizen so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the
Consent Agenda and considered in its normal sequence on the agenda.
a.)Approval of April 23, 2009 Regular Meeting Minutes
b.)Cemetery Preservation Committee
4.Flexible Savings Accounts-May 1, 2009
6.Marion Township Road Projects
Red Flag Policy
9.Cemetery Preservation Committee (Officers)
10. Heritage Days (Officers)
Park II Property
Call to the Public
MEMBERS PRESENT:Bob Hanvey, Paula Wyckoff, Tammy Beal, Les Andersen, Travis Hodge,
Bob Hanvey asked to have the item on
follow the health insurance discussion.Tammy Beal motioned to approve the agenda as amended.Travis Hodge seconded.Motion
Paula Wyckoff motioned to approve
the consent agenda.Travis Hodge
seconded.Roll call vote:Lowe, Lloyd, Beal, Hanvey,
, Andersen, Hodge—all yes.Motion
Beal motioned to approve Blue Cross/Blue Shield Community Blue PPO #12 as
presented by Burnham & Flower, effective
June 1, 2009
.Paula Wyckoff seconded.Roll call vote:
—yes; Hodge—yes; Hanvey—yes; Lloyd—yes; Beal—yes; Andersen—no;
Beal motioned to change the office visit and chiropractic co-pays to $10,
and the prescription co-pay to $10/$25.Travis Hodge seconded.Roll
—yes; Lowe—yes; Hanvey—yes; Lloyd—yes.Motion carried 6-1.
Westmoreland updated the board members on this project.Bob Hanvey said there was a recent overflow and a cleaning needs to
be done as soon as possible.An
estimate from Advanced Underground is included in the packet.Mike Powell was present on behalf of the developer, George Jappaya.Mr. Powell said they are pursuing reimbursement from C.D. Cole’s
insurance company for the repair work.They
would like to request the township’s assistance by documenting costs and
having OHM write a letter.Mr.
Jappaya declined to do the cleaning at this point in time.Les Andersen motioned to authorize the City of
to have Advanced Underground do the work, as outlined in the estimate, as
soon as possible.The cleaning
should be done up to the point where it was cleaned last, videotaped at that
point, and proceed only if necessary.Travis
Hodge seconded.Discussion:Dan Lowe will follow-up with the City of
(AI #1.)Roll call vote:Hanvey,
, Beal, Lloyd, Hodge, Andersen—all yes.Motion carried 7-0.
Powell will work with the township to recover the money.Dan Lowe motioned to send a bill to George Jappaya to include costs
incurred as a result of manhole settlement, plus OHM expenses, and support
the effort to recover funds from C.D. Cole.Les Andersen seconded.Roll
call vote:Hodge, Beal,
Andersen, Lowe, Hanvey, Lloyd,
Beal reminded the board members that this information is due by Monday,
April 27.There is a waiver to
be signed for those who don’t wish to participate.She also passed out a survey regarding prescription drugs.
Hanvey updated the board members on this item and asked for any additional
estimate from the Livingston County Road Commission is included in the
Lowe said he believes that
County Farm Road
needs to have some ditching and drainage work done, and wait until next year
for the repairs.After
discussion, the board will request estimates for ditching and also get
estimates for limestone on
Triangle Lake Road
between South Oaks and
Wyckoff motioned to approve the Marion Township Identity Theft Prevention
Program policy and procedure as presented.Tammy Beal seconded.Motion
Andersen motioned to approve the volunteers selected for officer positions
on the Cemetery Preservation Committee.Paula Wyckoff seconded.Motion
Wyckoff motioned to approve the volunteers selected for officer positions on
the Heritage Days Committee.Travis
Hodge seconded.Motion carried 7-0.
Beal motioned to table this item until more information is presented.Paula Wyckoff seconded.Motion
MARION TOWNSHIP PARK #2 PROPERTY
Hanvey updated the board members on the progress of this item.The township is also seeking permission to use the parcel adjacent to
the township hall property for expanded parking for the steam engine show.
letter is included in the packet from Jack Lowe asking for approval to have
perk tests done, drain field system evaluation at Parker Drive, and to
remove trees behind the township hall.Tammy
Beal motioned to authorize the work proposed by Jack Lowe, not to exceed
$250.Paula Wyckoff seconded.Roll call vote:Lowe,
, Lloyd, Hodge, Andersen, Beal, Hanvey—all yes.Motion carried 7-0.
Hanvey said he talked with the attorney about bidding procedures and the
attorney said bids solicited by invitation are acceptable.Tammy Beal motioned to authorize Jack Lowe to solicit bids not to
exceed $3000 for clean-up of the fence row and stumps, and buck pole tree
removal.Les Andersen seconded.Roll call vote:Lowe, Lloyd, Beal, Hanvey,
, Andersen, Hodge—all yes.Motion carried 7-0.
Mr. Hanvey updated the board members on the Herren case and said a court
date is scheduled for
April 12, 2010
Mr. Hanvey said he talked with an appraiser regarding the
Dan Lowe asked Mr. Hanvey if he received information from the attorney
regarding the storm water program.Mr.
Hanvey said he hasn’t heard anything yet.Mr. Lowe feels there’s no sense in participating and Mr. Hanvey
said he feels it’s worthwhile.
CALL TO THE PUBLIC
918 Francis Road
, said he would like the township to consider
for repairs.Dan Lowe said he
will evaluate and report back to the board (AI
#2.)Mr. Cole also asked if
road repair is included in the amount to be paid by
.Mr. Hanvey said the Livingston
County Road Commission is aware of the situation and there is a bond with
the Drain Commission to ensure to integrity of the drains.
Andersen motioned to adjourn at
Travis Hodge seconded.Motion carried 7-0.