PRESENT: Antkoviak, Ginop, Dotski, Tracey, Haig
OTHERS PRESENT: Ed Ginop, Wil Mandrick, Don Rader, Bonnie Northoff, Walter & Paul Nows.
The monthly meeting was called to order by Supervisor Antkoviak at 7:30 p.m. at the fire hall.
Pledge to the flag was recited.
Motion by Tracey, supported by Haig, to accept the minutes of April 13, 2004.
Bonnie Nothoff asked for support, she is running for State Representative for 105th district.
Payment of the bills - A motion by Tracey, supported by Dotski to pay the monthly bills amounting to $26,621.95. Motion carried.
Antkoviak reported he attended a public hearing in Lansing for deer & elk. There are 721 deer and elk farms in Michigan.
Bids were opened for yearly contract to cut and trim the township cemetery and hall.
Antkoviak made the motion to award Jeff Wenzel the cemetery contract, supported by Haig. Motion carried. Cemetery bee will be May 24th at 4:00 p.m. with a pot luck dinner following at the hall. Anyone can attend, bring your own tools, a trailer will be provided to take away the brush and leaves. Antkoviak will ask the Munro Helping Hands Club if they will help with the supper.
Clean up day is Saturday, May 29th starting at 7:00 a.m. Residents should have their trash out at the road edge.
A new furnace has been installed in the hall by Harry & Jerry’s Heating Co. Final inspection needs to be done before payment is made.
Ginop will ask Kathy Buehler to clean hall after the furnace work is completed.
Dan Loznak, attorney for Allen Mercke, Jane O’Brien Mercke and Mariellen Hirsch requests a 4 parcel land division split on N. end of Douglas Lake.
Haig made motion to approve the split, Tracey supported the motion. Motion carried.
Wil Mandrick asked why the County spread clay on Munro Lake Drive but did not go past Munro Circle and the turn around.
The water shed council stated that Munro & Douglas Lake were the worst offenders of pollution.
Tracey made motion to adjourn, supported by Haig. Meeting was adjourned at 8:45 p.m.
Linda N. Ginop
Munro Township Clerk