|Minutes: July 24th, 2007|
The regular meeting of the
Catawba Island Township Trustees was called to order by Robert Schroeder at
7:30 p.m in the conference room beginning with the Pledge of Allegiance.
Present were Robert Schroeder, William Rofkar, James Stouffer and Jack
DeVore and Pat Cerny. William Rofkar made a motion to accept the minutes of
the last meeting seconded by Robert Schroeder. William Rofkar, yes, Robert
Schroeder, yes. Robert Schroeder made a motion to accept and pay in the
bills in the amount of $45,117.69 seconded by William Rofkar. Robert
Schroeder, yes, William Rofkar, yes.
Correspondence included a letter from 4353 E. Colony Club Drive, Edward Verkin, in regard to street signs; Emily Dunfee, Street Sotheby’s, requesting the use of parking spaces at the Launch Ramp; a picture of a tree that Jack Leonard, Karwood Drive would like the Trustees to look at, located at the corner of Moore’s Dock and Krempa Subdivision access road; Ottawa County Board of Elections informing the township the Community Hall will be the only location for all four township precincts to vote; David Brunkhorst, removal of two trees on Sand Road that are close to the pavement edge; David Brunkhorst, regarding East Bay Shore Circle, North Pointe Subdivision with signatures in regard to accepting the road as a public roadway and for public maintenance; David Brunkhorst, “Bike Path Requirements”. Virginia Park, quarterly township meeting notice and questioning how to provide brush and vegetation disposal for Bay Township; thank you from Cintas for our business; Board of Health, amount to be included in the budget for fiscal year 2008 is $47,011.43; Robert J. Hille, Treasurer, regarding a program called “Save Our Homes” in regard to foreclosures.
James Stouffer requested our assistance with Map Quest in regard to Konker Road being on all the maps. CIC will write a letter to map quest and may need our assistance.
William Rofkar made a motion for a purchase order in the amount of $13,405.00 for Norwalk Landscaping, for the grinding of yard waste and withdrew his motion from the July 10th meeting in the amount of $9825.00 for grinding seconded by Robert Schroeder.
William Rofkar, yes, Robert Schroeder, yes.
Robert Schroeder stated the Police Department may be looking to buy a new cruiser.
William Rofkar made a motion to adjourn seconded by Robert Schroeder. All voted aye. 7.58 p.m.