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SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP


May 13, 2010 SYNOPSIS



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May 26, 2010 - SPRINGFIELD TOWNSHIP BOARD MEETING

May 13, 2010 SYNOPSIS

CALL TO ORDER: 7:33 p.m. by Pro Tem Chairperson Lamont

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

AGENDA ADDITIONS & CHANGES: Removed New Business #1: Internship program approval

PUBLIC COMMENT: None

CONSENT AGENDA:

a) Approved Minutes: April 15, 2009 Regular Meeting with bills and additional disbursements of $372,488.39

b) Accepted April Treasurer's Report

c) Received April 2010 Reports: Building, Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, Ordinance, Police, Fire and IT

d) Received Committee Reports: Budget, Finance & Pathways

e) Authorized payment of bills as presented, totaling $135,793.07

f) Received 2009 Audit from Pfeffer, Hanniford & Palka

g) Adopted Resolution Approving Submission of Parks & Recreation Millage Proposition to Electors

h) Designated Supervisor Trout and Chief Oaks as Township Coordinators for the Federal Surplus Program

i) Accepted Fema Grant Agreement and authorize Fire Chief to complete projects

j) Authorized Chief Oaks to purchase six sets of turn out gear from Douglas Safety Equipment not to exceed $8,370

k) Received Communications and placed on file

PUBLIC HEARINGS: None

OLD BUSINESS:

1. Second Reading, Amendments to Ordinance No. 26, Article II and Article XVI, Sections 16.10 and 16.27: Adopted amendments

2. International Fire Code: Tabled to June meeting pending review by Fire Chief and continued assembly of fee information

3. Lumberyard Property: Received status report regarding utilities at site. Board requested property manager to obtain bids for demolition and roof repair

NEW BUSINESS:

1. Parks & Recreation Presentation: Stewardship and management plan Received presentation by Director Tucker

2. Budget Amendments: General Fund and Parks & Recreation Fund Adopted amendments as follows: General Fund Revenues increased to $2,134,900 Expenditures increase to $2,123,900. Parks & Recreation Fund Revenues increase to $532,875 and Expenditures increase to $532,873

3. Energy Efficiency Block Grant: Accept Bids Adopted Resolution to collaborate with the Charter Township of Independence and the Village of Clarkston to enter into an agreement with Energychek to conduct energy audits, conservation strategies and public education programs at a cost not to exceed $25,120

PUBLIC COMMENT: Treasurer Dubre commented that the Springfield Township Spring Clean-up was held on Saturday, May 8th, while the event was not very busy, the Township collected $1,212 in fees.

Clerk Moreau commented that the Davisburg Beautification Day held on April 24 was a great success and thanked the more than 70 volunteers who helped. Also Smith's Disposal was recognized for their partnership effort and responsiveness

ADJOURNMENT: 8:59 p.m. Laura Moreau, Clerk

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