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Minutes - June 21, 2018

HOLLAND CHARTER TOWNSHIP BOARD OF TRUSTEES

Regular Meeting
June 21, 2018

The Supervisor called the meeting to order at 7:00 p.m.

Present:  Supervisor Terry Nienhuis, Clerk Michael Dalman, Treasurer Vince Bush, and Trustees Doug Becker, Norm Nykamp, and Russ TeSlaa. Also present was Finance Director Veldheer.

Absent:  Trustee Elliott Church

The Pledge of Allegiance was recited and Mr. Nienhuis gave the invocation.

Citizen Comments: None

18-68  A motion was made by Mr. Bush, supported by Mr. Nykamp, to approve the consent agenda including communications, operational reports, and the minutes of the June 7, 2018 meeting as written.

All supported the motion
Motion declared adopted

The board had a second reading and considered for adoption the Restatement of Chapter 34, the Utilities Chapter of the Holland Charter Township Code of Ordinances.

18-69  Mr. Nykamp made a motion, supported by Mr. TeSlaa, to approve Ordinance #585 - Restatement of Chapter 34, the Utilities Chapter of the Holland Charter Township Code of Ordinances.

Roll call vote: Yes-6, No-0, Absent-1
Motion declared adopted

Next the Board considered for approval an agreement with Ottawa County for maintenance of election equipment. Clerk Dalman reviewed the agreement.

18-70  Mr. Bush made a motion, supported by Mr. Becker, to approve the Election Equipment Agreement between Holland Charter Township and Ottawa County.

All supported the motion
Motion declared adopted

The next item on the agenda was the consideration of two appropriation requests. The Appropriation Committee recommended that $2500.00 be awarded to Tulipanes/LAUP and $5000.00 be awarded to the Zeeland Historical Society.

18-71  Mr. Nykamp made a motion, supported by Mr. Becker, to approve the appropriations to Tulipanes/LAUP and Zeeland Historical Society in the total amount of $7500.00.

All supported the motion
Motion declared adopted

Supervisor Nienhuis asked for any additional input for the proposed 2019-2024 Capital Improvement Plan (CIP). Finance Director Veldheer clarified the Board’s desire to have a fund set up for Hawthorn Pond Natural Area. The Board will consider approval of the proposed 2019-2024 CIP, as adjusted, at the July 19 Board meeting.  

Committee reports and additional information was shared.

The meeting adjourned at 7:32 P.M.

Michael Dalman, Clerk                                 
Terry Nienhuis, Supervisor

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