CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF WATERFORD
5200 CIVIC CENTER DRIVE
WATERFORD, MICHIGAN 48329

JUNE 13, 2022

6:00 PM


-AGENDA-


1.

Approve Agenda

2.

Announcements

2.I.

Absentee Ballot Applications Have Mailed

On May 27th, the Clerk’s Office mailed 22,377 applications to our Waterford Voters that are on our Permanent Absentee Voters List.  If you received one in the mail, please SIGN it and return it to the Clerk’s Office as soon as possible.   All Waterford Registered Voters may vote using an Absentee Ballot for the August 2, Primary, and November 8, 2022, General Elections.  You MUST complete an application before you are issued an Absentee Ballot.  If you need an Application, please visit the Clerk’s website at Absent-Voters-Ballot-Application-PDF (waterfordmi.gov) or call 248-674-6266.  


2.II.

Concerts in the Park

The Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce and Waterford Parks and Recreation presents FREE Concerts in the Park every Thursday in June at Hess-Hathaway Park.  Local talent at 6:00 p.m., headlining band at 7:00 p.m. Food, ice cream, and drinks available for purchase at each event from various restaurants and food trucks, and Waterford’s own Rustic Leaf Brewing Company – cash only, please! For more information and the full lineup, visit www.waterfordchamber.org.

2.III.

Boots & Bows Family Dance

On Thursday, July 14, 2022, Parks and Recreation will hold a Boots & Bows Family Dance at OverTyme Grill & Tap: Come on out with your western apparel for two hours of a BBQ buffet dinner & dessert and four hours of music and line dancing with Jena Connell, JEnergy. Games are available for children. Make it a good night for the whole family, from the little ones to the elders shuffling to the side, rocking back, and recovering forward (a line dance professional has lots of experience with all ages and skills). The registration deadline is Thursday, July 7, 2022. For more information visit www.waterfordmi.gov/parks or call 248-674-5441.

2.IV.

Moviepalooza

Join us for Moviepalooza (formerly Movies Under the Moonlight) Friday, June 17th on the football field at Pierce Middle School. Bring your blankets and lawn chairs for a fun-filled family movie night with inflatables, a rock climbing wall, interactive activities, arts & crafts, and more! Gates open at 6:30 p.m., and the movie starts at dusk. Concessions are available for purchase. Entry is $5 per person, 2 and under free. www.waterfordmi.gov/parks for more information. Brought to you by the Waterford Area Chamber of Commerce and Waterford Parks and Recreation.

2.V.

2022 Beautification Awards

Spring is here and it’s time to spruce up our yards, homes, and outside areas.  The Township would like to recognize homeowners and businesses that take pride in making their exteriors beautiful.  If you are interested in participating, please submit a form and a picture (which is optional) by July 30, 2022.  The form can be found on the Township’s website @ www.waterfordmi.gov/clerk; the Clerk’s Office; or by emailing kmarkee@waterfordmi.gov. Award signs will be placed on the winners’ property during the last two weeks of August.  Call Clerk Kim Markee on 248-674-6211 with any questions. 

2.VI.

Subdivision Roads Repaving - $1 Million Now Available, Up to 10% Contribution

Waterford Township has designated $1 Million in one-time funding contributions to the repaving of subdivision roads for residents willing to take on a road improvement Special Assessment District (SAD) through the Road Commission for Oakland County (RCOC).  Funding for this one-time opportunity made possible by the American Rescue Plan Act, and designated by the Township Board, is limited in amount and in the time frame in which it can be used. Residents interested in subdivision road SAD projects and applying for Township funding will need to ACT QUICKLY.   Visit the website for more information about subdivision roads in Waterford Township, links to the RCOC SAD page, and details regarding the $1 million Township funding contribution.  www.waterfordmi.gov/roads

3.

Awards & Presentations

3.I.

Accounting Award

The Accounting Department received its 16th consecutive Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting for the Township’s Comprehensive Financial Report.  The Certificate of Achievement is the highest form of recognition in governmental accounting and financial reporting, and its attainment represents a significant accomplishment by a government and its management.

3.II.

Dayton Freight Presentation Regarding Potential Brownfield

4.

Consent Agenda

Board Members may remove items from the Consent Agenda for discussion purposes or for the purpose of voting in opposition. Public comment for items removed from the consent agenda may be received in the same manner immediately following the Consent Agenda.

4.I.

May 23, 2022, Meeting Minutes

Documents:
  1. M05-23-22.pdf
4.II.

June 13, 2022, Bill Payment

4.III.

Receive the Clerk's Office January 2022 through March 2022 Report

4.IV.

Receive the Clerk's Office April 2022 Report

4.V.

Receive the DPW May 2022 Report

4.VI.

Receive the 51st District Court April 2022 Report

4.VII.

Receive the Library's April 2022 Report

4.VIII.

Receive the Parks and Recreation May 2022 Report

4.IX.

Fireworks Display - Elizabeth Lake

4.X.

Fireworks Display - Loon Lake

4.XI.

Fireworks Display - Lotus Lake

4.XII.

Fireworks Display - Williams Lake

5.

Board Liaison Reports (Verbal)

6.

Introduction

6.I.

Introduction of Ordinance 2022-Z-009, Text Amendment: Mobile Food Vending Temporary Use Review

6.II.

2022-Z-0010 Text Amendment: Raising and Keeping of Animals Accessory Buildings, Accessory Structures, and Accessory Uses

6.III.

Introduction of Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment 2022-Z-011, Incorporation of the SPL into the Zoning Ordinance

7.

New Business

7.I.

Purchase of One Verity Central (Client) Ballot Scanner for Absentee Ballots

7.II.

Amended Resolution to Adopt Poverty Guidelines

7.III.

Main Street Tank Rehab - Engineering Proposal

7.IV.

Estes Court Sanitary Sewer Special Assessment District (SAD)

7.VI.

MMRMA Grant Budget Amendment Request

Documents:
  1. MMRMA.pdf
7.VII.

Public Comments Limited to Three (3) Minutes per Speaker

In conformance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, large-print agendas and minutes are available upon request. Barrier-free parking and access are also available at town hall.  For the hearing impaired, there are four available headsets on a first come basis.  Minutes are available upon request at the clerk's department, and on the Township’s web site.