|Minutes: October 12th, 2004|
Zoning public hearing
was held prior to the business meeting of the Catawba Island Township
Trustees on October 12, 2004 in the conference room with all present; also
Pat Cerny, Paul and Claudia Jaskulski.
Correspondence included letter and budget form from the Ottawa County Commissioners regarding Ohio’s Local Government Funds, Ohio Township Association Master Lease Program, Ottawa County District Board of Health regarding Health District Proration including certificate of amount to be budgeted for fiscal year 2005, Ohio Public Employees Retirement System regarding Health Care Preservation Plan and future rate increases, Bay Township invitation to Ottawa County Township Association meeting Thursday, October 28 at 6:30 p.m. Port Clinton Power Squadron including signed agreement for Community Hall rental free of charge on June 17 and June 18, 2005
Ohio Department of Commerce regarding cemetery registration and Ohio Edison Company regarding the Efficiency Safety Incentive Program.
Reggie Langford stated a representative from the Department of Agriculture have been all over Catawba Island and have found many trees with gypsy moth. Presented sketch showing gypsy moth and presented map showing the area (1298 acres) on the west side of Catawba Island showing gypsy moth. Presented another map showing approximately 2600 acres of open property which he feels should not be sprayed. Under State contract cost would be $22.48 per acre with total approximately $58,000.00 and gave the Board a State contract to be signed. Will try and break it down to the least expense.
Jim Stouffer introduced Tom Bohlander who is doing the next phase of the PUD and Scott McClintock an engineer acquired by Mr. Bohlander. Bring you up to date on the progress of the PUD.
Mr. Bohlander presented sketches of the Fairway Villas that will part of the CIC PUD. Eleven or twelve years age developed residences at LeMarin. Has EPMARK franchise for these residential homes at an affordable price of $179,000.00 to $249,000.00. Units are all one story and two car garage ranging from 1400 to 2400 square feet.
Scott McClintock stated has been involved with Epcon for about fourteen years so have very good experience with Epmark. Presented site plan of the original Planned Unit Development and explained the modifications.
A motion was made by Gary Mortus and seconded by William Rofkar to approve Phase 5 depending on the approval of the Ottawa County Engineer of the under pass for golf carts. All voted aye.
A motion was made by Gary Mortus and seconded by William Rofkar to approve Phase 6-A which includes forty-eight (48) units and the club house contingent on approval of the fire hydrants by the Fire Department. The vote: R. Schroeder-aye, W. Rofkar-aye, G. Mortus-aye.
Steve May stated garages are going to be built behind Units 7 & 8 and explained where that would be on the plan presented to the Board.
A motion was made by Gary Mortus and seconded by William Rofkar to approve the building of twelve (12) garages on Marine View Drive. All voted aye.
Trick ‘n Treat will be Sunday, October 31st from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m. with party following at the Community Hall given by the Fire Department.
Community Hall will be open for walking starting Monday, November 8th from 7:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
Gary Mortus made a motion to adjourn; William Rofkar second and all voted aye.