FOR RENT PARTIALLY FURNISHED…Ranch house in Coloma (washer, dryer, stove & refrigerator included) 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, TV room, enclosed Florida room. 2 car garage. $900.00/mo; plus $900.00 S.D., plus $200.00 non-refundable cleaning fee, call 269-519-4488. (7-11, 7-18-19 TCR)
FOR SALE 2 LOTS…at North Shore Memory Gardens in the “Garden of Love” $2,000 for both. Call 904-859-2447. (7-11, 7-18-19 TCR)
LAWN MOWING SERVICE ABLE LAWN…by Ethan Whitney call 269-519-0623. (7-11, 7-18-19 TCR)
MODELS WANTED Have you ever thought about being a model? Now is your chance. Local Photographer/Model Manager is looking for new faces. All ages. No height restrictions. $25-$50 plus per hour. Apply Online www.hire-a-model.com/application
HELP WANTED Activity Director Now taking applications for full-time Activity Director at our Coloma location. Candidates must possess the following qualifications: * Have a love for the Senior population * Must be energetic & have a bubbly personality * Must be creative (decorating, arts & crafts) * Must have WORD & EXCEL knowledge * Must have a valid driver’s license * Must be able to pass a criminal background check * Interact with other departments This candidate will be responsible for, but not limited to; designing and putting together the monthly calendars & newsletters. Make sure entertainment is scheduled. Being creative with games and activities to keep our residents engaged. Will also take residents out on field trips to local restaurants and shopping centers. If this sounds like you, then stop by to fill out an application today. 6786 Red Arrow Hwy. Coloma, MI 49038 (7-11, 7-18-19 TCR)
WATERVLIET CHARTER TOWNSHIP An equal opportunity provider and employer. MEETING SYNOPSIS June 17, 2019 Reports: Minutes, Treasurer, Payables, Police, NBCCD. Old Business: Medical marijuana facilities ordinance, Recreational marijuana opt-out ordinance; SWMPC contribution. New Business: Resolution #2019-07, trailer removal, WBA contribution, personal days. Other: sewer delinquency charges. Approved: Minutes, Treasurer’s Report, Payables, Ordinances, Resolution #2019-07, contributions, personal days. Announcements. Comments: Realtor, H Bundy. Adjournment. Respectfully submitted, Patricia Bambrick, Clerk (7-11-2019)
STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF BERRIEN NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate
FILE NO. 2019-0490-DE-M Estate of Jilda Verna Trumbley: Date of Birth November 16, 1944 TO ALL CREDITORS: The decedent Jilda Verna Trumbley, died July 31, 2018. Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Carrie Green, Personal Representative, or to both the Probate Court at 811 Port St, Courthouse Building, St. Joseph, Michigan 49085, and the Personal Representative within four (4) months after the date of publication of this notice.
July 11, 2019
Carrie Green 1629 Roberts Drive St. Joseph, MI 49085
Banyon Fette Law Office Jessica A. Fette (P65867) 1211 E. Napier, Suite 1 Benton Harbor, MI 49022 (269) 926-6135 (7-11-19 TCR)
STATE OF MICHIGAN PROBATE COURT COUNTY OF BERRIEN
NOTICE TO CREDITORS Decedent’s Estate
FILE NO. 2019-0376-DE-R Estate of Dorothy Lee Roseburgh: Date of Birth 07/29/1934
TO ALL CREDITORS: The decedent Dorothy Lee Roseburgh, died May 18, 2007.
Creditors of the decedent are notified that all claims against the estate will be forever barred unless presented to Sandra White, Personal Representative, or to both the Probate Court at 811 Port St, Courthouse Building, St. Joseph, Michigan 49085, and the Personal Representative within four (4) months after the date of publication of this notice.
July 10, 2019
Sandra White 1135 McIntosh Dr. Benton Harbor, MI 49022 (7-11-19 TCR)
NOTICE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF HARTFORD Applications & letter of interest are being accepted for: City Representative to the Fire Board Please submit your letter of interest and application to the Clerk’s Office, Hartford City Hall by July 19, 4:00 p.m. RoxAnn Rodney-Isbrecht, Clerk City of Hartford 19 W Main St Hartford MI 49057 269-621-2477 269-621-2054 email@example.com www.cityofhartfordmi.org (7-11-19 TCR)
NOTICE RESIDENTS OF THE CITY OF HARTFORD The City Commission of the City of Hartford will hold a Show Cause Hearing to discuss why the following property should not be demolished. PARCEL #80-52-180-021-00 40 Marion Avenue, This property is considered dangerous and unfit for human occupancy. The Hearing will take place in the City Commission Chamber at City Hall on July 22, 2019 at 7:30 p.m. Everyone interested in making comments will be given the opportunity to be heard. RoxAnn Rodney-Isbrecht, Clerk City of Hartford 19 W Main St Hartford MI 49057 269-621-2477 269-621-2054 firstname.lastname@example.org www.cityofhartfordmi.org (7-11-19 TCR)
NOTICE OF ADOPTION ORDINANCE NUMBER 49R “AMMENDMENTS” THE TOWNSHIP ZONING ORDINANCE
The following amendments will take effect July 20, 2019. Bainbridge Township ordains: Sections of the Zoning Ordinance that have been added are as follows: Article XXVI Definitions (“M”) Mechanic Shop Small: Garage, Barn or workshop, where machinery, automobiles, tractors and motorized items are repaired for and maintained by an owner operator. Article XXVI Definitions (“F”) Farm Market: A farm market is a place or an area where transactions between a farm market operator and a customer take place. Article X Special Land Uses – Section 10.05 – Amendment of Approved Special Land Use. A. Amendment of an approved special land use shall be permitted only under the following circumstances: 1. The owner of property for which a special land use has been approved shall notify the Zoning Administrator of any desired change to the approved special land use. Minor changes may be approved by the Zoning Administrator upon determining that the proposed revision will not alter the basic design and character of the special land use, nor violate any of the specified condition imposed as part of the original approval or violate any part of this Ordinance. Minor changes shall include the following: a. Reduction of the size of any building and/or sign. b. Movement of buildings and/or signs by no more than ten (10) feet. c. Landscaping approved in the special land use that is replaced by similar landscaping to an equal or greater extent. d. Changes in floor plans that do not exceed five (5%) percent of the total floor area and which do not alter the character of the use or increase the amount of required parking. e. Internal re-arrangement of a parking lot which does not affect the number of parking spaces or alter access locations or design. f. Changes which are required or requested by Bainbridge Township or other state of federal regulatory agencies in order to conform with other laws or regulations; provided the extent of such changes does not alter the basic design and character of the special land use, nor violate any of the specified conditions imposed as part of the original approval. g. All amendments to a special land use approved by the Zoning Administrator shall be in writing. After approval by the Zoning Administrator, the Applicant shall prepare a revised site plan showing the approved amendment. The revised site plan shall contain a list of all approved amendments and a place for the Zoning Administrator to sign and date. Section 10.06 – Inspection A. The Zoning Administrator shall have the right to inspect any special land use, to ensure continued compliance with the conditions of the special land use and this Ordinance. 1. All applicable federal, state and local licensing regulations shall be complied with, initial and annual proof of such compliance shall be a condition of Special Land Use approval and the continuance thereof. 2. As a minimum, or unless specifically modified by the provision of Article 10.0 the dimensional standards and landscape, buffering and parking regulations otherwise applicable to the use and/or zoning district shall be maintained as outlined within the other various applicable articles of the Ordinance. In such cases where there are conflicting standards, the most restrictive shall apply. 3. Upon review, the Planning Commission may impose such additional conditions and safeguards it deems necessary as a condition of continued use. Section 10.07 – Expiration of Special Land Use A. A Special Land Use Permit does not terminate on transfer or sale of the property. B. A Special Land Use Permit may be terminated if any of the following apply: 1. The Special Land Use permit shall expire unless the use has begun within one (1) year of approval. Thirty days prior to expiration of an approved Special Land Use permit, an applicant may make application to the Planning Commission for a one-year extension of the permit at no fee. The Planning Commission shall grant the requested extension for this additional one (1) year if it finds good cause for the extension in accordance with 10.04,3. 2. The Special Land Use permit shall terminate if replaced or superseded by a subsequent permitted use of Special Land Use permit or if the applicant requests the rescinding of the Special Land Use Permit. 3. The Special Land Use permit may be terminated if the Special Land Use has been abandoned. When determining the intent of the property owner to abandon a Special Land Use, the Planning Commission shall consider the following factors: a. Whether utilities such as water, gas, and electricity to the property have been disconnected. b. Whether the property, buildings, and grounds have fallen into disrepair. c. Whether equipment or fixtures necessary for the operation of the Special Land Use have been removed. d. Other information or actions that evidence an intention on the part of the property owner to abandon the Special Land Use. 4. The owner of land holding a Special Land Uses Permit shall be entitled to notice and a public hearing if termination is considered by the Planning Commission. Article VI Supplementary District Regulations – Section 6.15 – Event Venue F. Fire Suppression System as required by Michigan Building Code. Section 6.16 – Small Mechanic Shop A. Operator must reside on property and be an owner of the property. An Owner Operator is defined by Deed, Land Contract, Trust, or Partial owner by recorded documentation and subject to the regulations of Article VIII (8.01) Home Occupation. B. All site ingress and egress must be from a public road. C. Outdoor storage areas for vehicles, materials and equipment used in connection with the business may be required to be fully enclosed by a fence, wall or landscaped area, not less than 6 feet in height. The Zoning Administration may waive if existing vegetation screens the use from adjacent properties and public right of ways. D. Except for temporary staging, retrieving and storage of materials and Equipment within fenced and screened outdoor storage areas, all work associated with the business shall be conducted indoors. E. The Planning Commission may establish hours of operation and require other operational conditions. F. Storage of fuel or other hazard substances must be within EPA approved containers and located in such a manner to avoid spilling and contamination of ground water. G. Must obtain a Bainbridge Township Business License Registration. H. Building size and location per zoning district, with approval of site plan by Zoning Administrator. Sections of the Zoning Ordinance that have been amended are as follows: Section 5.11 – Schedule of District Regulations Square Feet Floor Area First Floor – 1,000 800 Square Feet Total Floor Area –1,000 800 Section 5.09 Uses Requiring Planning Commission Special Land Use 7. Off -Site Sign 7.06 A.2 7.05 A,4 Section 5.06 Uses Requiring Planning Commission Special Land Use 16. Off -Site Sign 7.06 A.2 7.05 A,4
Patty Hiler-Molter Bainbridge Township Clerk (7-11-19 TCR)