MARCH 20,  2006

Following the Pledge of Allegiance, the Jackson Township Planning Commission meeting was called to order by Chairman Al Gailey on March 20, 2006 at 6:30 p.m. All members were present.  New Member Paul Wyrwas was introduced and welcomed to the Planning Commission.

Public Comments
There were no public comments.

Bruce Baker had a correction to the meeting minutes. He said that three things were mentioned in other old business last month. One was street light review, the second was the comprehensive plan review for comments and the third was the survey results. Al Gailey made a motion to approve the minutes, as amended of the February 20, 2006 meeting and Bruce Baker seconded the motion. All in favor. Motion passed.

Memo from the supervisors appointing Paul Wyrwas as a member of the Planning Commission.

Letter from Attorney Bill Barbin addressed to Harry Baker informing Don Williams him that if he wished to place two residential structures on a 1.3 acre parcel located in the Agricultural District he would have to submit a site plan to the Planning Commission for review.

Letter from Gwin Dobson & Foreman re. Review of Application for Subsidiary Water Allocation.

New Business
There was no new business.

Old Business
Bruce Baker gave an update on the windmills. C. J. Webb has completed a draft that the Planning Commission will be reviewing. C. J. and Bill Barbin talked about an ordinance that Adams Township just adopted which actually was more of an application for an additional use than it was an ordinance.

Bruce Baker reviewed the street light review list. Don Knopsnyder gave Bruce a list of his suggestions and Bruce said he would cross-check them with the list. Bruce mentioned that although there were areas that needed them the problem may be availability of poles.

Bruce mentioned that Mr. McKool was in the office and asked for another time extension.

Dick Sutter and Associates reviewed the progress on the Comprehensive Plan. Dick passed out a final copy for everyone’s last review for any corrections or additions. Dick mentioned that the public process would be the next step after this final review.

Don Knopsnyder made a motion to adjourn the meeting at 7:16 p.m. Bruce Baker seconded the motion. All in favor.

Respectively Submitted,
Don Knopsnyder - Secretary