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

TOWNSHIP HALL
SEPTEMBER 13, 2021
6:00 PM

-AGENDA-

1.

Approve Agenda

2.

Announcements

2.I.

Fall Family Storytime

Fall Family Storytime begins Monday, September 13, 2021, and goes through Wednesday, November 17, 2021.  Sessions will be held on Mondays and Wednesdays from 10:00 a.m. to 11:00 a.m. for young children.  Sessions will be held outdoors, weather permitting, in the grassy areas between the library and the Veterans’ Memorial. Bring a blanket or chairs to sit on and dress for the weather. When rain or cold weather sets in, storytime will be held in the Library’s Community Room.


2.II.

Tax Dues September 14, 2021

To avoid interest/penalties, please pay your summer taxes by Tuesday, September 14, 2021. Any payments made starting September 15, 2021, will be subject to interest/penalties.  Please take advantage of our online services through our website costing just $1 if paid through a checking or savings account. www.waterfordmi.gov/taxes. Taxes may also be paid in person at the Treasurer's office. We also offer a drop box outside the Treasurer's office door(as you walk up on the left connected to the building) if you wish to drop your tax payment therefor contactless payment.

Documents:
  1. TaxTime Slide.pdf
2.III.

Berlin – History & Highlights of a Fascinating City

The Waterford Library will be presenting "Berlin - The History and Highlights of a Fascinating City" on Thursday, September 16, 2021, at 6:30 p.m., in the community room.  With 82 million inhabitants, Germany is the most populous state in the European Union and, after the United States, the most popular immigrant destination in the world. 40% of Americans claim German heritage. Berlin has been Germany’s capital city twice. The country’s largest metropolis first became the capital in 1871 when the German states unified to become the German Empire. Following German reunification in 1990, the German parliament voted to move its capital city from Bonn back to reunited Berlin, which has now resurfaced bigger, better, and culturally stronger than ever before.

2.IV.

Lunch Food Trucks on Civic Center Campus

Join us for the last two lunchtime food trucks on Waterford’s Civic Center Campus.  Thursday, September 16th Fortune Cooking will bring their delicious Asian cuisine, and Thursday, September 30th Grilled Wraps will feature a variety of delicious sandwiches!  Food is served from 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. and both trucks accept cash or credit.  Visit www.waterfordmi.gov/specialevents for details and menus.  Hope to see you there!

2.V.

Business Recognition Awards Breakfast

It’s your last chance to purchase tickets for Waterford's 27th Annual Business Recognition Awards Breakfast! Join us this Friday, September 17th at 7:15 a.m. at Overtyme’s Fireside Lounge where we’re excited to acknowledge the longevity, commitment, community service, and beautification efforts of the Waterford business community! Tickets are $20 each and may be purchased online at www.waterfordmi.gov or from the Waterford Township Supervisor’s office at 248-674-6201 or supervisor@waterfordmi.gov.

2.VI.

Monthly Recycling September 18th

Waterford Township offers a free monthly recycling collection of magazines and cardboard (shipping boxes, cereal boxes, toothpaste boxes, etc., free of food debris and dry.).  Please note that the September 2021 recycling date will be held on the THIRD Saturday of the month.  September's recycling date is Saturday, September 18th from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. in the parking lot at Town Hall.  Waterford residents only, please.

2.VII.

No Haz - Final Event of the Year

Waterford Township has partnered with the North Oakland Household Hazardous Waste Consortium (NO HAZ). NO HAZ provides residents of participating communities a safe and environmentally responsible way to dispose of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW).  The last collection date for the year is Saturday, September 25th, from 8:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at Oakland County Service Center Campus, 1200 N. Telegraph Road, Pontiac.  Registration links will be posted on the No Haz website www.nohaz.org approximately three weeks before each collection date. Online registration only, and you must register in advance. Waterford Residents pay a fee of $15.  Please note, in-person sales at the Development Services office or on the day of the event will NOT take place this year.

Documents:
  1. NoHaz.jpg
2.VIII.

Teen Bingo

The Waterford Library will be holding Teen Bingo (6th - 12th graders only) on Saturday, September 25, 2021, from 2:00 p.m - 3:15 p.m.  Prizes include books, school supplies, snacks, and more. Registration is required. Please be respectful of the tweens and teens as they enjoy a library program planned just for them.

2.IX.

Registration Now Open: Walk & Roll for Meals on Wheels

Join the Waterford Senior Center for its annual Walk & Roll for Meals on Wheels fundraiser event on Saturday, September 25, 2021. Did you know that the Waterford Meals on Wheels program delivers 1,800 meals PER WEEK to homebound Waterford seniors Incredible! Money raised by the Walk & Roll event is essential to continuing to serve the community in this capacity. So bring the family out for some exercise and help this great cause. Please call to register at 248-682-9450.

2.X.

September is Library Card Sign-up Month

September is National Library Card Sign Up Month.  Students in grades Kindergarten to grade 5 who live in Waterford may sign up for their first library card and receive a coupon for a free paperback book from the Library’s Children’s Department.

2.XI.

Crossing Guards Needed!

We are in need of Crossing Guards for the current school year.  Crossing guards earn $10.00 per hour.  Apply at https://www.waterfordmi.gov/jobs or visit the Human Resources Department at 5200 Civic Center Drive or call (248) 674-6252, Arlene Ward.


2.XII.

Inside Out by the Detroit Institute of Art

Inside Out, an outdoor art exhibition sponsored by the Detroit Institute of Art that brings artwork to the Waterford Township Civic Center Campus has now opened and will run through October. Seven reproductions of art from the DIA are on exhibit outside on the Township Campus for your enjoyment and can be viewed at your leisure. This is a walkable event, so stop by the Township Campus and check it out!  Information about the artwork, a map, and the virtual ribbon-cutting can be viewed on the Township’s website at www.waterfordmi.gov/insideout.

3.

Awards & Presentations

3.I.

2021 Beautification Awards presented by Clerk Markee

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.

August 23, 2021, Meeting Minutes

Documents:
  1. M08-23-21.pdf
4.II.

September 7, 2021, Special Board Meeting Mintues

Documents:
  1. SMM090721.pdf
4.III.

September 13, 2021, Bill Payment

4.IV.

Receive the Clerk's Office July 2021 Report

4.V.

Receive the 51st District Court's August 2021 Report

4.VI.

Receive the Library's July 2021 Report

5.

Board Liaison Reports (Verbal)

6.

Introduction

6.I.

Introduction of Text Amendment 2021-Z-014; Outdoor Dining in C-2

6.II.

Introduction of Rezoning Ordinance 2021-Z-015; Rezoning PL to R-1C, Parcel ID 13-18-100-008

7.

New Business

7.I.

Police and Fire - Public Hearing for Special Assessment District (SAD) 2022 Budget Year

7.II.

Resolution for Levy and Distribution of Police and Fire Department Special Assessment

7.III.

Request to Purchase of 50 Dell Laptop Computers for Elections

7.IV.

Retiree Health Care / Other Postemployment Benefits (OPEB) Liability

7.IV.i.

Deferred Pensioner Healthcare Eligibility

7.V.

Consideration of Construction Contract Award - Water Main Replacement at Cass Lake / Otter Lake Canal

7.VI.

DPW Budget Amendment Request - Township Campus Concrete Work

7.VII.

Motion to direct the Township Attorney to draft an amendment to the Medical Marihuana Facility Licensing Ordinance to add up to 4 additional provisioning center licenses.

7.VIII.

Receive FOIA Appeal from Thomas Williams, Great Lakes Investigations

7.IX.

Rail Safety Week 2021 Proclamation

7.X.

2022 Annual Permit for Work on State Trunkline Right of Way

7.XI.

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.