A Special Township Board meeting is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 26, 12:30 p.m. (NOTE: This is a change from the previous meeting time of 1:00 p.m.) Read the full meeting agenda here.
Among other items, the meeting will cover a conflict with the assessor’s decision regarding a division of land owned by Peninsula Township Supervisor Pete Correia, as referenced in a letter to the editor from Anne Griffiths (read it here).
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Anne sent along another note with further info on the issue:
The 2012 survey of the Correia property, incorporated into the Township’s approval of the Land Division Splits, confirmed that 565-946-40 was 19.22 acres, including several acres of road right of way.
The Land Division Ordinance, combined with Act 31 which it incorporates, requires a certified survey proving the parcel size, that is recorded, sets the legal descriptions of the resulting parcels and becomes part of the county land records. A prior or subsequent estimate of acreage that is not substantiated by a certified survey should not be material.
SO … 20.32 acres, but no new survey, how can that be????