Business duo looking to add 44 new apartments just outside of Howard City
The Reynolds Township Planning Commission in a split vote last week approved recommending a special use permit to allow the construction of 11 quadplex buildings just outside of Howard City.
Last Thursday’s public hearing was held in a very informal manner — residents were allowed to speak as long as they wanted to without identifying themselves, multiple people spoke at the same time and often went off-topic and the Daily News at one point asked the Planning Commission to restore some sort of order so that deliberations could be overheard.
Planning Commission also hears about new housing
The Reynolds Township Planning Commission spent another meeting going through Evergreen Township’s solar ordinance line by line.
Present for Thursday evening’s meeting were Chairman Edward Kentgen, Bob Bergstrom (who is also a Reynolds Township Board trustee), Chuck DeLaney, Krystyna Kowalczyk, Reg Potts and Randy Sherburne (Jerry Poprawski was absent).
Township officials are beginning the process of creating solar and wind energy ordinances, and they are using an ordinance from another local township as one starting point.
The Reynolds Township Planning Commission held a two-hour meeting last Thursday. Present were Chairman Edward Kentgen, Bob Bergstrom (who is also a township board trustee), Chuck DeLaney, Krystyna Kowalczyk, Jerry Poprawski and Reg Potts (Randy Sherburne was absent, as was Zoning Administrator Mark Stevens).