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Current Administrative Permit Public Notices
 

PWT13-1919 BACALL

Date of Issuance - December 20, 2013

Applicant -Basil Bacall

Address - 7365 Locklin 

Request  -  A request for a permit to remove an existing wood deck and staircase and to install a new stone staircase, to undertake minor grading operations and to place native seed mix within the 25-foot environmental features setback to Union Lake. 

PWT13-1917 CHELSEA PARK ASSOC

Date of Issuance - December 4, 2013

Applicant -Chelsea Park Homeowner Association

Address - Commons Area, Section 32 

Request  -  A request for a permit to control invasive plants (Phragmities) through the application of aquatic safe herbicide to invasive plants within storm water detention basins and wetlands pursuant to a MDEQ Aquatic Nuisance Control Permit. 

PWT13-1914 LARKIN

Date of Issuance - November 13, 2013

Applicant - Karen Larkin

Address - 4900 Inkster          

Request  -   A request to place new siding on an existing shed and undertake 100 square feet of sod repair within the 25-foot environmental features setback.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Rights

  1. The application is available for inspection at the Environmental Department during Township office hours.
  2. The date on or after which the Director may issue the administrative permit which shall be at least 21 days after the date the notice is given.
  3. Persons within 300 ft. of the subject property and homeowner/lake associations may file written objections or challenges to the administrative permit to be issued on the aforementioned date and such objections or challenges must be based on and include some substantiation for claims that the Director has not properly interpreted and/or applied this Chapter in determining that the permit should be issued, that the proposed operations warrant a broader review by the wetland review board for specified reasons, or that specified feasible and prudent alternatives exist.