The meeting was called to order at 7:30 pm by Supervisor Slucter with the Pledge of Allegiance. 

Present:  Slucter, Rumsey, Fritts, Myers, Piper, Pray and Pisano

Absent:  None


Myers moved and Piper seconded to approve the Agenda as written. Carried 7-0.


Piper moved and Myers seconded to approve the Consent Agenda.  Carried 7-0.


General Fund consisting of Voucher #33102 through Voucher #33143 equaling: $120,074.77 plus digital transfers and payments of $23,906.66 making a Grand Total of $143,981.32. 


Payroll Report consisting of Voucher #41854 through #41871 equaling: $5,177.59 plus direct deposits of $47,396.67 making a Grand Total of $52,574.26. 




     Sheriff’s Report:  Deputy Holliday reported on incidents in the township.


     Planning Commission:  Tomorrow’s meeting will be setting public hearing for a Special Use Permit and continuing discussions on the Master Plan and Zoning Ordinance.


     Sewer Board:  Starting a survey of chemicals coming from the waste water in Harvest Park. Next meeting scheduled for October 15, 2020 has been cancelled.  


     Emergency Service Department:  Chief Miller reported: 1) After a small fire last week, have been working with the management of Misty Cove Apartments in setting up a meeting with all residents to go over fire safety.  2) Rumsey moved and Piper seconded to hire Joseph R Harrison as a Paid On Call EMT and move Paramedic Corey Lewis to the Special Services Division.  Carried 7-0.  3) Due to the inability to have a face to face Open House this year because of COVID, several Fire Departments are getting to gather for a drive by at Mt. Hope Park this Saturday.  There will be an extrication demonstration.  Event is from 4:00 – 8:00 PM.


     Assessor/Preston Community Services:  None


    Supervisor’s Report: 1) Been handling complaint calls.  2)  Looking at a couple of houses that may qualify for the Dangerous Building Ordinance.  3) Working with Green Peak Industries on their request for two temporary mobile rooms, due to having to social distance in locker and break rooms.  Signs will be display near mobile rooms, stating the rooms are temporary.  4) Need to contact new owner of building formally Aim High, to discuss the cleanup property.


Public Officials:  County Commissioner Matt Bowen expressed his appreciation for the township carrying on business during the COVID Pandemic.  The county has been conducting business by having virtual meeting also.


     Other Reports & Announcements:   None


Hear Public Present for Agenda Items:  None


Unfinished Business:  

Update was given on 9995 Billwood Hwy house.  Progress is being made and hopes to finish the outside of the house by the end of the month.


New Business:

Slucter moved and Pisano seconded to appoint Roderic Collins Jr. to the Planning Commission. Carried 7-0.


Piper moved and Fritts seconded to accept the renewal of the Property and Casualty Insurance Policy as proposed including the Cyber & Privacy Liability coverage. Carried 7-0.


Discussion was held on the Eaton County Inter Local Agreement for County Designated Assessor.  Waiting on cost determination before making decision. 


Pisano offered and Piper supported the Resolution for Amendment No. 9 to the Utilities Agreement for Sanitary Sewer Between the Village of Dimondale and Windsor Charter Township, whereby authorizing the addition of parcel 080-010-300-052-00 into Sanitary Sewer System District No. 7.

Yeas:  Myers, Piper, Rumsey, Slucter, Fritts, Pay and Pisano

Nays:  None

Resolution #20-005 adopted:  7-0.


Slucter moved and Pisano seconded to accept a Grant from the Center for Tech and Civic Life to assist in the added expenses for elections due to the Coronavirus.  Carried 7-0.


Hear Public Present on any subject: None



With no further business Supervisor Slucter adjourned the meeting at 8:17 pm.



                                                                                    Lisa A. Rumsey

                                                                                    Windsor Charter Township Clerk