February 11, 2003

PRESENT: Antkoviak, Ginop, Dotski, Tracey and Haig

OTHERS PRESENT: Richard Buehler, Wil Manrick, Don Rader, Paul Nows, Walter Nows, Mike Robinson, Robert Lewis, Jackie & Quinter Burnett

Meeting was called to order by Supervisor Antkoviak at 7:30 p.m. at the fire hall.

Pledge to the flag was recited.

A motion was made by Tracey, supported by Dotski, to accept the January 14, 2003 minutes as read.

A motion was made by Tracey, supported by Dotski, to approve payment of bills amounting to $3,118.31.

A motion was made by Tracey to approve the contract for PAC Sanitation to pick up township trash on May 24, 2003, supported by Haig. Motion carried.

Mr. Haig presented an article written in a Florida newspaper about small wind mills weighing only 400 lbs.

Mr. Charles Ostwald, who trains truck drivers for CDL licenses, asked permission to use the fire hall property for his training during the winter months. After the board discussed the matter, Haig made the motion to deny the request, as Mr. Ostwald already has five other locations to use. The motion was supported by Antkoviak. Motion carried.

The Munro Board of Review meetings will be held at the fire hall located at 8872 Levering Road. Dates are Monday, March 10, 2003 from 3:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Tuesday, March 11, 2003 from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Written protests may be mailed to Charles Antkoviak, Munro Township Supervisor, 10606 N. Extension Road, Levering, MI 49755. Written protests must be received by Tuesday, March 11, 2003.

Inverness Fire Department would like to have a lease agreement with Munro Township concerning the use of the fire hall sub station. Ginop presented the board with a lease agreement drawn up by township attorney, Timothy MacArthur. Ginop suggested that the board review the agreement and make a decision next month.

Antkoviak returned from the Michigan Township Association's 50th anniversary convention located in Detroit. He reported that Cheboygan County had only eight township officials attend the convention. Some of the seminars he attended were about fire departments, court decisions on zoning issues.

A motion was made by Haig, supported by Tracey, to adjourn the meeting. The meeting was adjourned at 8:23 p.m.

Linda N. Ginop
Munro Township Clerk