NOVEMBER 19, 2002
Following the Pledge of Allegiance, the Jackson Township Planning Commission monthly meeting was called to order by Chairman Bruce Baker, on November 19, 2002, at 6:30 p.m. Dave Cobaugh was absent.
There was no public comment.
Bruce Baker asked if there were any corrections to the minutes from the October meeting, which were passed out prior to the meeting. Don Knopsnyder made a motion to accept the minutes as read. Laird Rager seconded the motion. All in favor to accept the minutes.
The revised subdivision of Frank and Doreen Svensor was reviewed. Jerry Thomas explained that the easement on the subdivision was changed from 40' to 45' and that there was a typographical error and the 80' should be 100' on Lot #2. He also presented the original subdivision for approval because it was never recorded in the courthouse. Don Knopsnyder made a motion to reapprove the original subdivision dated August 21, 2000.and Tom Marhefka seconded the motion. All in favor. Motion passed. Don Knopsnyder then made a motion to approve the revised plan. The motion was seconded by Laird Rager. All in favor. Motion passed.
The side-lot addition of Loretta Gilkey conveying 10,000 sq. feet to Kevin Gilkey was reviewed. Laird Rager made a motion to approve the side-lot addition and the motion was seconded by Tom Marhefka. All in favor.
The latest building permits (total of 10 with 1 withdrawn) were reviewed. They consisted of the following:
Don Knopsnyder made a motion to approve a letter from the Planning Commission to the Supervisors requesting that Bruce Baker be reappointed to the Planning Commission. Tom Marhefka seconded the motion. All in favor with Bruce Baker abstaining from voting.. Motion passed
Don Knopsnyder made a motion to set the meeting dates for the reorganization meeting for 2003 for January 20, 2003 at 6:30 p.m. with the regular meeting to follow. Bruce Baker seconded the motion. All in favor. Motion passed.
A motion was made by Don Knopsnyder and seconded by Tom Marhefka to adjourn the meeting at 712 p.m. All were in favor.