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The portion of Arbutus Avenue which is platted but not constructed lying east of Eastern Avenue between Blocks 9 and 10 of the Plat of Pine Point, Section 19, Hayes Township.


Maple Avenue which is platted but not constructed lying east and parallel to Eastern Avenue, beginning at Petoskey Avenue and running south along the eastern side of Blocks 9, 10, 11 and 12 of the Plat of Pine Point, Section 19, Hayes Township.


The alley that is platted between and parallel to Eastern Avenue and Maple Avenue but not constructed, separating lots 1 & 18, 2 & 17, 3 & 16, 4 & 15, 5 & 14, 6 & 13, 7 & 12, 8 & 11 and 9 & 10 in Block 9, and lots 1 & 31, 2 & 30, 3 & 29, 4 & 28, 5 & 27, 6 & 26, 7 & 25, 8 & 24, 9 & 23, 10 & 22, 11 & 21 and 12 & 20 in Block 10, Plat of Pine Point, Section 19, Hayes Township.

CCRC Board supports Hayes Township position, and will not contest abandonment.

Commissioner Roloff:

Asked if CCRC is budgeting for Boyne City garage drainage, paving and curbing improvements; Mr. Harmon said yes, in the “Buildings & Grounds Fund”.

Invited CCRC Board, manager and engineer to attend the 6:00 PM Monday, July 18, 2005 Parks and Recreation Committee (PRC) meeting at Whiting County Park to discuss new Magee Road entrance proposal to Thumb Lake public beach.  Mr. Harmon noted proposed entrance location was originally preferred by PRC; if they wish only one entrance, he suggested moving it north to the top of the hill (for better visibility).

Mr. Vanek informed all present Thumb Lake Road reconstruction project is proceeding smoothly.

Mr. Harmon:

Informed all present of updated MDOT information for Boyne City-Charlevoix Road/US31 intersection improvement project:


Press release draft is awaiting MDOT approval of asphalt mix change.  Original asphalt mix design isn’t available in September.  MDOT approval is required for new asphalt mix design on the Super Pave mix.


Construction is scheduled to begin Wednesday, September 7, 2005.


ONLY emergency vehicles will have access; all others will use detour.

Viewed various vehicles with shop foreman Mick Luchenbill to replace manager’s current 1996 Pontiac Bonneville.  Both recommend purchasing a 3/4-ton, 4-door pick-up, which would eventually become a fleet vehicle.  The Board approves; Mr. Luchenbill will prepare bid documents.

Reviewed Victor Warren letter, offering his services to represent CCRC claims.

Said CCRC financial statement presentation to County Board is at 3:00 PM Wednesday, August 10, 2005.

Requested approval to hire a cleaning person one day per week; the Board approves.

Recessed at 10:10 AM.  Resumed at 10:16 AM.

Commissioner Ogden:

Suggested changing the Snowmobile Public Hearing language to allow snowmobiles to travel within county road rights-of-way permanently; CCRC Board could revert to annual approval if necessary.

Suggested future paved reconstruction projects include 2’ paved apron at each gravel driveway.

Suggested purchasing a lightweight grader (shoulder maintainer) with windrow eliminator.

Commissioner Way:

Complimented Marion Center Road shoulder repair at Loper residence.

Said Marian Marion Center Road pavement is damaged at snowmobile crossing; Mr. Harmon will obtain repaving quote.

Commissioner Saunders moved to pay bills totaling $60,273.68, seconded by Commissioner Ogden.

VOTE:Ayes – Saunders, Way, OgdenNays – noneMotion carried.

Chairman Way adjourned the meeting at 10:45 AM.

JUNE 27, 2005

Chairman Way called the meeting to order at 9:00 AM.

Chairman Way, Commissioners Saunders and Ogden, County Commissioners Shirley Roloff, Ron Reinhardt & Denny Jason, Patrick Harmon, James Vanek and Shelley Kondrat attended, along with Eveline Township supervisor John Vrondran and Petoskey News-Review Reporter Fred Gray.

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