WINDSOR CHARTER TOWNSHIP PLANNING COMMISSION
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING FOR A SPECIAL USE PERMIT
The Windsor Charter Township Planning Commission will conduct three (3) Public Hearings on Wednesday, December 9, 2020, beginning at 7:00 p.m., electronically and/or at the Windsor Charter Township Meeting Room, Emergency Services Building, 300 W. Jefferson, Dimondale, MI 48821.
At the November 18, 2020 Planning Commission Public Hearing/Regular Meeting, the Public Hearing for the consideration of a request for a Special Use Permit as filed by Creyts Road Exchange Company, LLC, for Lot 5 of Harvest Park, parcel number 080-002-100-022-06, was rescheduled to December 9, 2020. The SUP is being requested to build a 40,000 SF industrial building to be leased as storage and potentially marijuana related uses.
The subject of the second Public Hearing will be the consideration of a request for a Special Use Permit filed by Lake Life Farms, for parcel number 080-002-100-022-04, Lot #3 of Harvest Park. The SUP is being requested for the cultivation and processing of Adult-Use Marihuana in its existing facility.
Lastly, Green Peak Industries, LLC, has filed an application for the consideration of a Special Use Permit for parcel number 080-003-100-023-01, 9410 Davis Hwy. The SUP is being requested for an Adult-Use Marihuana cultivation, processing, packaging and warehouse distribution facility
Electronic remote access will be implemented in response to and to limit the impact of COVID-19. To participate in the meeting through GOTOMeeting access by computer, tablet, smartphone, or telephone. Prior to meeting date, check the home page of the township website at www.windsortownship.com to obtain link and/or phone number for remote access. Anyone with special needs in order to attend this meeting should contact the office during business hours at 517-646-0772. A copy of the application is available for public inspection at the Township Office, 405 W. Jefferson, Dimondale, MI 48821 during regular office hours (Monday through Friday 9:00 AM to 4:00 PM). Written comments will be considered and may be forwarded to the Windsor Charter Township Office until 4:00 p.m. on Wednesday, December 9, 2020. Please email email@example.com or call (517) 646-0772 for further information.
Lisa A. Rumsey, Clerk
Windsor Charter Twp.
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