Township adopts special streetlight assessment district




FLINT TWP.
— The Flint Township Board of Trustees unanimously approved the adoption of a special roll for a Special Street Light Assessment District for Heritage Place and Heritage Place #2 condominimums at its Nov. 8 meeting. Trustee George Menoutes was absent.

Before voting on the special roll, the board held a public hearing to hear from residents for or against the motion. While no residents spoke at the meeting, Clerk Kim Courts read a letter she received from Donald R. Roy and his wife Arlene who were not in favor of the “installation, maintenance and assessment of two street lights.”

The Special Assessment Street Lighting District calls for two street lights to be installed on Sun Valley Drive, located in Heritage Place and Heritage Place #2 condos. The district includes 50 properties.

The cost of the maintaining the two street lights will be assessed to each parcel per year, and the first assessment includes installation costs and administrative fees. Based on figures provided by the township, the first year’s assessment for each parcel is approximately $15. The second year’s assessment is given as approximately $6 per parcel.

The Heritage Place and Heritage Place #2 condominimums Special Street Light Assessment District is the second one created by the township in recent months. The board recently approved a Special Assessment Street Lighting District on Claude Ave., located off of Miller Rd.

The next meeting of the Flint Township Board of Trustees is 7 p.m. Nov. 22 at the township offices, 1490 S. Dye Rd. Details: Call 810-732-1350.

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