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January 16, 2011

DeWitt school hosts Japanese students


DeWITT TWP. — She was standing in a supermarket, thousands of miles from home, surrounded by people she couldn’t fully understand. But if Yuka Ninomiya felt uneasy, the smile on her face said otherwise. Speaking through an interpreter, the 13-year-old said she was enjoying her very first visit to the United States. “I like driving around, seeing all the scenery, Yuka said. Her favorite American food?

“Hot dogs,” she said with a laugh. Yuka and nine other students from Koka, Japan spent a week in the DeWitt area as part of an annual exchange. They were paired with 10 DeWitt Junior High School students who will go to Japan in May. After a 13-hour flight into Detroit, the Japanese students arrived at DeWitt Junior High on Jan. 7 and lined up across from their hosts in a formal greeting ceremony. The American students presented white carnations to their guests. The Japanese students spent the week with their

host families and followed a busy itinerary before leaving on Friday morning. On Tuesday, they toured the state Capitol and visited the Michigania store in downtown Lansing. On Wednesday, they toured DeWitt City Hall, the DeWitt Township Fire Station and the Meijer store on Herbison Road. Thursday night was set aside for a three-hour farewell banquet. The students - Japanese Photo by Ken Palmer and American - seemed to be having a blast at the fire station and the Meijer store Yuka Ninomiya (left) and Sarah Barry, an eighth-grader at DeWitt Junior High

School, are paired with each other in the annual student exchange program.

See Visit/page 3 Sarah will go to Koka City, Japan in May and stay with Yuka’s family.

Bath Twp. police investigating electronics theft


Both rooms were locked when they left, the victims said. There was no sign of forced entry, but there are ways to open the BATH TWP. — Township police were in- doors without a key, they said. vestigating the theft of hundreds of dollars in electronic goods from an apartment in Larceny from auto the Crossing Place complex. A Center Road resident reported that Two roommates, 20 and 19, told police someone stole a power cord, a multi-charthey arrived at their apartment on Jan. 9 ger and a power converter from his car and discovered their computer equipment, while it sat in his driveway sometime over televisions, video game systems, DVDs and the New Year’s holiday weekend. other property missing from their rooms. The victim, 35, said he was driving on The thefts occurred sometime between Jan. 3 when he noticed the power cord to Jan. 1 and Jan. 8, they said.

his GPS unit was missing, police reports said. He did an inventory of the vehicle and discovered the other items were gone, as well. The vehicle, which hadn’t been driven over the weekend, was unlocked. The man said he stores the GPS unit in his home.

Stolen plates found

Two license plates found by a jogger late last month were reported stolen out of Lansing, police reports said. The jogger, 44, said she noticed the

plates lying in a ditch near the intersection of Center and Howe Roads on Dec. 28 and took them home. She brought them to the police department on Jan. 6, in case they had been lost or stolen. Township police determined the plates had been stolen from vehicles in Lansing and destroyed them, per Lansing’s request.

Drunken driver arrested

A DeWitt man escaped injury when his See Police/page 3


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The DeWitt Lacrosse Club will hold its annual registration meeting Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 6:30 p.m. at the DeWitt Junior High cafeteria for Boys 5th/6th and 7th/8th Grade teams and Girls 7th/8th Grade team. Both parents and players are encouraged to attend. For more information and registration forms, please visit the club’s website: A mandatory meeting for boys and girls ninth through 12th grade teams will be held Wednesday, Jan. 19, at 7:30 p.m. at the Junior High cafeteria. Both parents and players should attend. For more information and registration forms, please visit the club’s website:

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on Wednesday. Two Japanese teenagers posed for pictures and clowned around in firefighting garb at the fire station. And several had fun poking at a live lobster in the seafood department at Meijer.

Yuka, who was paired with 13-year-old Sarah Barry, said she’d like to become a dietician or a chef. Her take on American food: The portions are much larger than in Japan.. “But she said she is trying very hard to eat everything she is served,” interpreter Tom Barr said.

Sarah, who will stay with Yuka’s family in Japan in May, said she enjoyed “the beats” in Japanese music and especially appreciates Japanese fashion. “It’s been really fun,” Sarah said. “The party we had on Saturday night was supposed to end at 10 p.m. but we danced until 11 p.m.,” she said. Micah Cousins teaches Japanese at the junior high and has played a key role in organizing the student swap for the past three years. He said the exchange is a good way for students to practice what they’ve learned. along Clark Road, near Hiatt Road, on Jan. 6. “Our students have to take two JapaThe driver, 64, told police he swerved to nese classes (before participating in the avoid deer walking in the road and went program),” he said. into the ditch. An officer found an open pint of whiskey in the vehicle.

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car ran off the road and rolled more than once on Jan. 7. But he couldn’t escape a drunken-driving charge. The accident occurred about 10:25 a.m. at Chandler Road and I-69, police reports said. A township officer noticed the smell of alcohol and asked the man how much he’d had to drink. “Too much,” the man replied. The driver had just been released from rehab at Sparrow Hospital the day before, the report said.

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Driver caught with pot

A Lansing woman with an outstanding arrest warrant also was cited for marijuana possession after being stopped by police on Jan. 5. A township officer stopped the driver, 23, at Main and Cherry streets about 11 p.m. after noticing the car’s headlights flick on and off on Webster Road, police reports said. He found the marijuana while arresting her on the warrant.

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The student exchange is part of a long relationship between Michigan and Shiga Prefecture in central Japan, said Barr, an Ann Arbor native who now lives in Japan. Adult exchanges between the two sister states date back more than 40 years, he said. Koka was formed by a merger of five towns spanning a large area in a mountainous region that includes Lake Biwa, Japan’s largest lake, he said. The city has a population of about 95,000, he said. Another contingent of Japanese exchange students were in Marshall last week, he said. Traverse City also participates in a student exchange, he said.

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College news Bolley

Local students honored included Charles Perry of Brandon Bolley of Bath DeWitt. was one of nearly 400 graduates who were honored for Davenport U. their achievements during Davenport University has commecement ceremonies announced its Dean’s List at Michigan Technological for the fall 2010 semester. University on Dec. 11 To achieve the Dean’s List, Bolley earned a bachelor a student must maintain a of science degree in mechan- minimum 3.5 grade point avical engineering with magna erage while enrolled in at cum laude honors. least nine credits of regular coursework. Odle From DeWitt: David Katie Odle has been Bricker, Cody Cavanaugh, named to the Dean’s List at Roy Guerrero, and Lisa PowGrand Valley State Universi- ell. ty for the fall 2010 semester. From Bath: Bob HagerOdle is a 2008 graduate man. of DeWitt High School. She is the daughter of Mike and Baker College Lori Odle of DeWitt. Baker College has announced the Dean’s List for Michigan Tech the fall quarter 2010. These Michigan Technological are part-time students who University has released the have earned a 3.5 grade point Dean’s List for the fall 2010 average or higher. semester. To be included, From Bath: Theresa Adstudents must achieve grade ams. point averages of 3.5 or highFrom DeWitt: Teresa Hayer.

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These full-time students have earned a 4.0 grade point average. From Bath: Julia Smrkovski, Andrea Yungfer. From DeWitt: Jessica Fullermurphy, Dustin NemBaker College cik. From Laingsburg: James Baker College has announced the President’s List Dietrich, Linda Hafey, Chelfor the fall quarter 2010. sea Wilson.

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Clinton County Economic Alliance, in sponsorship with The Christman Company and Consumers Energy extends an invitation to everyone for the annual meeting Tuesday,

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Bath Band Boosters holding sub sale

The Bath Band Boosters are accepting orders for their 2011 Super Bowl submarine sale. Submarines will be on sale until Jan. 21. Order forms will be sent home with each band student and are available on-line @ (click on “Band Boosters”). Subs are available in 6-inch and 12-inch sizes in the following varieties: turkey and American cheese, ham and Swiss cheese, and a meat and cheese combo (salami, bologna, ham, American cheese, Swiss cheese.) 6-inch subs cost $3.50 each and 12-inch subs cost $7 each. Proceeds go to assist the Bath band program.

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Cost of pet ownership is worth it Editor’s note: This is the first part of a two-part series. Are you interested in receiving complete and unpretentious love? Adopt a pet! No matter the species, breed, gender, or age you’re likely to experience bliss! In exchange, for their love you assume a significant amount of responsibility. You are accountable for all aspects of their life. This includes the obvious food, water and housing. Other less obvious concerns include: an annual comprehensive physical examination, heartworm, intestinal parasite and flea control, immunizations, spaying or neutering, training, exercise and bathing or grooming. By the way, you are also accountable for any damage they do. Then there are the inevitable emergencies. Is their digestive upset the result of eating something they shouldn’t have? The consequences of chasing cars may be very bad! Did your bud mess with the neighbor’s territorial warlord and end up with bite wounds? Does you cat have an interest in fishing?

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DeWitt swim bests Hornets, third at Saginaw DEWITT — DeWitt swim won 9 of 12 events to defeat the combined WilliamstonLansing Christian team 123-62 in a CAAC Gold/White Division meet Jan. 6. The Panthers also finished third out of seven teams at the 19th annual Hawk Relays at Saginaw Heritage Jan. 8. DeWitt senior Scott McCloskey took first place in the 200 individual medley and the 100 breaststroke. Placements for the Panthers were: 200 medley relay - Ian Galica, Max Alverson, Brandon Hill and Tyler Lawrence, second (2:00.56); Evan Cummings, Daric Mueller, Oliver Yockey and Dalton Launer, third (2:00.97). Exhibition: Devin Lake, Joe Sharkey, Cameron West and Trenton Urbain (2:22.26); Jeff Colombo, Andy Lowney, Colin Seidowski and Jerred Payne (2:24.61). 200 freestyle - Asier Atienza-Fernandez, first (2:00.43); Ryan Summerton, third (2:08.95); Yockey, fifth (2:17.90). Exhibition: Colombo (2:36.09). 200 individual medley - McCloskey, first (2:17.09); Launer, second (2:25.01); Luke Vaughn, third (2:29.94). Exhibition: Lawrence (2:48.92).

50 freestyle - Dylan DeChatelets, second (25.26); Dan Schroeder, third (25.70); Atienza-Fernandez, fourth (25.71). Exhibition: Galica (28.32). Diving - Sam McManus, first (207.05); Kyle Jonas, second (198.05); Alex Wasson, third (127.30). 100 butterfly - Brandon Hill, first (57.87); Schroeder, second (1:06.04); Mueller, third (1:14.54). Exhibition: Evan Cummings (1:15.50). 100 freestyle - Yockey, first (57.70); Trevor Simone, third (1:08.20); Michael Seigle, fifth (1:16.78). Exhibition: J.R. Walczak (1:13.97). 500 freestyle - Taylor Higgins, second (6:03.95); DeChatelets, third (6:10.78); Uriah Rogers, fifth (7:09.53). Exhibition: Mike Prekop (7:15.58). 200 freestyle relay - Ryan Summerton, Hill, DeChatelets and McCloskey, first (1:35.51); Yockey, Atienza-Fernandez, Launer and Lawrence, second (1:43.34). Exhibition: Vaughn, Urbain, Lowney and Max Alverson (1:48.97); Payne, Walczak, West and Seigle (2:08.05). 100 backstroke - Colin Seidowski, first (1:07.50); Taylor Higgins, second (1:10.20); Vaughn, fifth (1:14.26). Exhi-

bition: Sharkey (1:21.50). 100 breaststroke - McCloskey, first (1:08.30); Rogers, fourth (1:22.40). Exhibition: Prekop (1:33.53). 400 freestyle relay - Summerton, Higgins, Hill and Schroeder, first (3:50.71); Lawrence, Seidowski, Cameron West and Urbain, third (4:15.77). Exhibition: Lowney, Galica, Sharkey and Mueller, fourth (4:16.48). Exhibition:

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Colombo, Seigle, Walczak and Devin Lake (4:47.01). At Saginaw Heritage, DeWitt was lead by a first place finish in the 300 Individual Medley Relay team of Schroeder, Hill and McCloskey (3:07.38). The Panthers also earned a D-3 state qualifying time with the second place finishing with at time 1:48.29 in the 200 Medley Relay by Atienza-Fernandez, Coduti,

Hill and McCloskey. Other top performances included: 800 medley relay - Vaughn, Schroeder and Higgins, third (8:49.37) 400 freestyle relay - Yockey, Higgins, Coduti and DeChatelets, fourth (3:53.06) 300 medley relay - Launer, Yockey, Vaughn and Hill, third (2:58.47) 300 backstroke relay -

Atienza-Fernandez, Seidowski, Cummings and Launer, third (3:09.60) 300 breaststroke relay Summerton, Coduti, Schroeder and McCloskey, second (3:20.76) 400 medley relay - Atienza, Summerton, Vaughn and DeChatelets, second (4:12.10) 400 Freestyle relay - Rogers, Yockey, Summerton and DeChatelets, third (1:42.75)

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only kept the Panthers undefeated, but gave St. Johns its first loss of the season Jan. 11. DeWitt is ranked No. 3 in Class B and St. Johns is No. 9 in Class A. “It’s great to show everybody who we are, and this was a great win to show

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free throws while holding St. Johns to 3 for 12 shooting during that closing stretch. “A whole lot of things happened that weren’t in the game plan,” DeWitt coach Bill McCullen said. “But I was really proud of the kids who played down the stretch. They had to make plays they aren’t used to making at crunch time. I’ve got a lot of confidence in my senior kids.” St. Johns (7-1) outscored DeWitt 26-22 during the second half. But the wakeup came too late after the Redwings scored just three points during the first quarter. Glowacki was the catalyst of the come-

back and finished with 16 points, all of them coming during the final three quarters. “I think they made us play a little quicker or made us feel like we had to play a little quicker than we wanted to,” St. Johns coach Mark Lasceski said. “We just scrambled for the ball trying to get our feet under ourselves.” The Panthers were coming off a 70-36 drubbing of CAAC Gold Division rival Fowlerville Jan. 7. Droste led the Panthers with 18 points. Anna Hogg scored 10 points and pulled down eight rebounds. Kayla Hanses added eight points. Kait VanderMaas had six points.

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DHS boys dump Gladiators By BILL McLEOD

DEWITT — DeWitt boys basketball split their last two games, beating CAAC Gold Division rival Fowlerville 58-29 Jan. 7, then lost to nonleague St. Johns 63-38 Jan. 11. St. Johns is undefeated on the season. DeWitt senior Jordan Johnson had the hot hand against Fowlerville, scoring 40 points and pulling down 10 rebounds. He missed the game against St. Johns because of the flu. Johnson is averaging about 25 points per game. “He wanted to play, his mom said he was pretty upset, but he could hardly walk,” DeWitt coach Ron Marlan said about Johnson


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missing the St. Johns game. Against Fowlerville, the Panthers jumped out quickly, taking a 15-2 lead and were never challenged by the Gladiators. Austin Rusnell scored nine points for the Panthers Jordan Brown had six points. St. Johns took control of the game early, going up 16-3 in the first quarter. Brown sank a jumper with eight seconds left in the first quarter, the only DeWitt score since the opening minute of the game. Rusnell and Luke Pabst each scored to start the second quarter, cutting the Redwing lead to 11, but St. Johns went on a 7-0 run to go up by 18. DeWitt’s Zach Acre drove to the basket and Nick Iacobellis hit a

pair of free throws in the final minute of the second quarter to cut the Redwing lead to 31-14. “The first half we were all kind of standing around looking for Jordan, and he wasn’t there,” Marlan said. “In the second half I was proud of how we played. We talked about how we had to find another scorer, and I think we’ve found one. Jordan Brown had a really nice game.” Brown scored 16 points to lead the Panthers. He scored 14 points in the second half. Nick Iacobellis and Pabst each scored six points for the Panthers. Rusnell had five points. The loss gives DeWitt a 2-4 overall record.

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Christ the King Anglican Church

The Rev. Canon Dr. Jack Lumanog, Pastor 1161 East Clark Road, Suite 230 in DeWitt

10:30 a.m.; 6:00 p.m. Sunday School 9:15 a.m. Awana Wed. @ 6:45 p.m. Youth Group @ 6:45 p.m.


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Leading people into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ


Senior Pastor: Dr. Don Gommesen Associate Pastor: Josh Presley

First Baptist Church of DeWitt


Bible-based, inspirational preaching & teaching with Holy Communion every Sunday!

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Engagements Massuch – Heskitt

Paul and Belinda Massuch of St. Johns announce the engagement of their daughter Jennifer Fay to Ian K. Heskitt. He is the son of Kirk and Leigh Heskitt of DeWitt. The bride-elect is a 2000 graduate of Lansing Catholic Central, and a graduate of Douglas J. Institute. She is employed as a senior stylist at Lockworx the Aveda Salon in Lansing. The prospective groom is Ian Heskitt and a 2001 graduate of DeWitt Jennifer Massuch High School, received a bachelor’s degree from Siena Heights University, is a US A Feb. 12 wedding will Marine Iraq war veteran and take place on Vieques Island, is currently pursuing a career Puerto Rico. A reception is as a firefighter/paramedic. planned for this summer.

Olson — Guggemos

Tyler Guggemos and Carly Olson, along with their families, are happy to announce their engagement. She is the daughter of Todd and Diane Olson of DeWitt. He is the son of Dan and Nanette Guggemos of Laingsburg. The bride-elect is currently attending Olivet College majoring in exercise science and a minor in coaching while working as a personal trainer and group fitness instructor Tyler Guggemos and at Ladies Fitness of DeWitt. Carly Olson The prospective groom is a 2006 graduate of Laingsburg High School and has just finat Pauli Ford in St. Johns. ished up his schooling at LanA summer 2011 wedding sing Community College. He is planned. is employed as a technician

Births Koss

January 16, 2011

Matthew and Sarah Koss of Lansing announce the birth of their son Nathan Lucas. He was born Dec. 10 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 7 pounds 7 ounces. Grandparents are Brian and Crystal Koss, Sharon Koss and David and Suzanne Taber.


Tyrance Stuckey and Kara Gonzales of Lansing announce the birth of their son Lamari James. He was born Dec. 22 at Ingham Regional Medical Center and weighed 8 pounds 13 ounces. Grandparents are Fidel and Marguerite Gonzales.

Kenneth Speerbrecker

DeWitt Kenneth Speerbrecker, age 81, passed away Sunday, January 09, 2011 in Lansing, MI. Kenneth was born October 29, 1929 in Riley Township, Michigan the son of William and Helen (Coffman) Speerbrecker and lived in Riley Township all of his life. He was a member of St. Peter Lutheran Church, Farm Bureau and a retired machine operator from Sealed Power Manufacturing after 41 1/2 years. Ken married Dorothy Margaret Kampfe on October 16, 1952 and she preceded him in death, September 2, 1998. He is survived by three sons, Rev. Paul (Sue) Speerbrecker of Janesville, WI, Rev. Dr. David (Maribeth) Speerbrecker of Homewood, IL and Stephen (Karen) Speerbrecker of DeWitt and one daughter, Ruth Ann (Paul Kimball) Speerbrecker of Kansas City, MO. Ken is also survived by his 10 grandchildren and 3 great grandchildren. In addition to his wife, Kenneth was preceded in death by his two sons, James and Joseph Speerbrecker. Funeral services will be, Wednesday, January 12, 2011 at St. Peter Lutheran Church, burial at St. Peter Cemetery with Pastor Jeffrey Heimsoth officiating. The family will receive friends from 10 to 11 a.m. preceding the service at the church. In Lieu of flowers memorials may be made to the St. Peter Lutheran Church, School or Building Fund.

January 16, 2011

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ell, Irene Powell Living Trust, who lived at 8720 DeWitt Road, DeWitt, MI died 12.27.2010 Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the Trust and estate will be forever barred unless STATE OF MICHIGAN presented to Terrand LeRoy PROBATE COURT Powell of 8746 Dewitt Road, COUNTY OF CLINTON Dewitt, MI 48820 the Successor Trustee of the Doris NOTICE TO CREDITORS Irene Powell Living Trust esDecedent’s Estate tablished March 10, 1999, within 4 months after the FILE NO. date of publication of this DORIS IRENE POWELL Date notice on January 16, 2011 of birth: 1.11.1920 Date: Jan 7, 2011 TO ALL CREDITORS:* NOTICE TO CREDITORS: C. Matson P17210 The decedent, Doris Irene Daniel Powell, Settlor of the Doris 202 E. Washington;


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The DeWitt Board of Education has also established its 2011 Organizational Meeting on the following Monday at 7:00 p.m. in the DeWitt Board of Education Office, 2957 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, Michigan. January 9, 2012 In addition, the DeWitt Board of Education will meet for a work session on the following Mondays at 7:00 p.m., in the DeWitt Board of Education Office, 2957 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, Michigan, unless otherwise indicated. January 24, 2011 May 23, 201 August 22, 2011 November 28, 2011

LANSI NG - 2, 4 & 5 bdrm houses and 2 bdrm apts. & duplexes. $575-$800. Local owner cell 989-550-1181.

Upon request to the Superintendent, the District shall make reasonable accommodation for a person with disabilities to be able to participate in this meeting.

LANSING - 2 BDRM ., 1 bath home. Completely remodeled. Convenient to bus, MSU & Sparrow hospital. Basement, fenced yard, $800+ utilities. 903-240-4810

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Ford E250 PANEL VAN, 1998 $4900 51,400 mi. Handicap lift, all power, air. Good condition. 517-339-7274 SABLE, 1998 $1300 120K mi. Silver, 4 dr., air, new brakes, runs good. Good condition. 517-974-4610

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KIA SPECTRA 2002 $4500 80K+ mi., 35 mpg., 2 yr. warr. Clean carfax. Excellent cond. Mint in & out. 517-525-4444

’02 MALIBU LS $3995 w/warranty. Loaded, leather, sunroof, clean, 92K. Mint City Auto 989-640-1899 2005 MALIBU MAXX $6995 Loaded, black, sharp, clean. 77K mi. Mint City Auto, St Johns 989-640-1899

Lincoln LINCOLN TOWNCAR 1993 $3,000/OBO Executive Series, Low mi. 80,020!! White w/Grey Lthr, excellent cond. (517)669-1420

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Nissan ALTIMA 2.5 SL 2003 $6,500 4 cyl, Lthr, 108500mi., Black, power everything 517-402-9215

Pontiac GRAND PRIX GT1 2004 $6200 117K. 3.8L V-6. 4 DR. Slate Gray. Clean Interior. 517-231-7618

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$ 7,200.00 The DeWitt Charter Township Planning Commission will con- Salary/Part-Time WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 2011 $ 1,229.75 duct a Public Hearing on Monday, February 7, 2011, begin- Farmers’ Market WATERTOWN CHARTER TOWNSHIP HALL $ 6,247.65 ning at 7:00 PM, at the DeWitt Charter Township Hall, 1401 Christmas Market 12803 S. Wacousta Road, Grand Ledge, MI 48837 Legal Service $ 72.22 West Herbison Road, DeWitt, Michigan 48820. (517) 626-6593 Audit Services $ 1,050.00 The subject of the public hearing will be the consideration of 7:00 P.M. $ 70.00 Zoning Ordinance text amendments. The adoption of the reg- Conference/Travel ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPQRSTUVWXYZabcdefghijklmnopqrstuvwxyz~!@#$%^&*()_+`1234567890-=,./?;’:”[]\{}| $ 353.45 ulations will reflect proposed changes to the zoning ordi- Advertising & Promotions This notice is to inform you that the Watertown Charter $ 24.16 nance text such as Section 5.7.4, Uses permitted by Special Marketing & Promotions-Website Township Planning Commission will conduct a public hearing Use Permit (R5 District) as it relates to Health Service Office Marketing & Promotions-Business Recruitment $ 1,180.00 in the south room of the Watertown Charter Township Hall to $ 32.85 and Professional Office uses and add the definition of Health Repair/Maintenance consider proposed amendments to the Watertown Charter Miscellaneous $ 36.39 Service Office under Chapter XVII, Definitions. Township Zoning Ordinance issued Case #10-14TXT. The fol$ 300.00 A copy of the proposed amendments will be available for Membership/Dues/Subscriptions lowing section amendments will be considered: public inspection at the DeWitt Charter Township office at Section 28-7 - Definitions - is hereby amended and sections TOTAL $ 17,796.47 1401 Herbison Road, DeWitt Michigan 48820. 28-8, 28-9, 28-10 and 28-11 are hereby created to add to ArtiWritten comments will be considered and may be forwarded cle I - In General - of Chapter 28 and Section 28-410 (15) - Speto the DeWitt Charter Township Offices until 5:00 p.m. the Submitted by: cial Land Uses - is hereby added to Division 11 - B-2 General day of the hearing. Please call 669-6576 for further informaFred Motz Business District - of Chapter 28 and Section 28-569 - Home tion. Treasurer occupations - of Article IV - Supplemental Regulations - of Diane K. Mosier, Clerk Chapter 28 is hereby amended, and Section 28-606 (51) - Spe1401 W. Herbison Road, DeWitt, MI 48820 1/16/11 cial land use specific requirements - is hereby created to add Phone: 517/669-6576 DBR-891970 to Article V - Special land uses - of Chapter 28 of the Code of Ordinances, Charter Township of Watertown, Clinton County, DBR/LCCN-891965 1/16/11 DEWITT AREA RECREATION AUTHORITY Michigan. The proposed Zoning Ordinance amendments will categorize SYNOPSIS OF BOARD MEETING 2011 SCHEDULE OF zoning ordinance definitions by alphabet, define medical January 6, 2011 CLINTON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS marihuana uses, and establish Class B home occupations to regulate the growing, storage and distribution of medical MEETINGS Meeting called to order at 7:03 p.m. by Chairman Paulsen Members Present: Paulsen, Daggy, Hunsaker, Strouse, marihuana as a home occupation. It will allow medical marihuana dispensaries as a special land use in the B-2 genThe Clinton County Board of Commissioners meet in regular Winegar eral business district, and establish special land use requiresession as designated on the last Tuesday of each month ex- Members Absent: Simon ments specifically for medical marihuana dispensaries. cept when otherwise set by adjournment or by law, and the Also Present: Summers The full text of the Watertown Charter Township Zoning Ordiannual meeting is held on the second Tuesday in October. Action: 1. Motion carried to retain Paulsen as Chair and Daggy nance and the proposed amendments may be inspected at JANUARY 25 @ 9:00 a.m. JULY 26 @ 9:00 a.m. as Vice Chair and to appoint Director Summers as Secretary the Watertown Charter Township Planning and Zoning Department office from 9:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through FriFEBRUARY 22 @ 9:00 a.m. AUGUST 30 @ 9:00 a.m. and Treasurer. MARCH 29 @ 9:00 a.m. SEPTEMBER 27 @ 9:00 a.m. 2. Motion carried to approve the agenda from January 6, 2011 day, or may be viewed on the Township Web site at APRIL 26 @ 9:00 a.m. OCTOBER 11 @ 7:00 p.m. as presented. Motion carried to approve the minutes from Written comments may be directed to the Planning and Zoning Department office at the MAY 31 @ 9:00 a.m. OCTOBER 25 @ 9:00 a.m. December 2, 2010 as presented. JUNE 28 @ 9:00 a.m. NOVEMBER 29 @ 9:00 a.m. 3. Motion carried to approve November 2010 Financial State- above address, and will be received until the time of the public hearing. All written comments will become part of the ofDECEMBER 16 (Friday) @ 9:00 a.m. ments and Payment Vouchers. 4. Motion carried to approve the following budget adjust- ficial public hearing record. Meetings will be held in the Clinton County Board of Commis- ments for 2010: purchase of director’s new computer out of Richard Turcotte, Chair sioner’s Room, Suite 2200, Courthouse, 100 E. State Street, 2010 FY and employee health care buyouts to be shown in salPlanning Commission St. Johns. Copies of Board minutes are available upon re- aries rather than benefits line items per Abraham and Gaffquest to the County Clerk’s Office or may be accessed on the ney. Clinton County web-site 5. Motion carried to approve placing 4th Quarter Facility Use Individuals with disabilities needing special accommodations to fully participate in the meeting may contact the Clerk to Summary on file. request the necessary assistance. This request must be Diane Zuker 6. Motion carried to adjourn at 7:45pm. made at least two days prior to the public hearing. Clinton County Clerk 100 E. State St. Submitted by Clay Summers, DeWitt Area 1/16/11 Ste. 2600 Recreation Authority, Executive Director DBR/GLI-892208 St. Johns, MI 48879 16101 Brook Road, Lansing, MI 48906 Phone: (989)224-5140 (517) 482-5117

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