PBWOA News & Events
The Dexter Township Planning Commission has postponed further discussion on this topic until February 23 in order to obtain additional information.
The PBWOA Board believes part of its commitment to our members is to keep you informed of issues that affect us.
One such issue is a potential 305 foot cell tower to be built at the corner of Dexter-Pinckney Road and Stinchfield Woods Road, across from McGregor Road.
There is a Dexter Township Planning Commission Meeting on this for approval next Tuesday, Dec. 22, 2020 at 7:00 p.m.
You can attend by Zoom. To join the Zoom Meeting, go to Zoom and enter Meeting ID: 928 2894 2590 and Passcode: 702065.
You can also log in at: http://zoom.us/j/92828942590?pwd=NDJoUZEhrVHg2RnhqTnNWL01Zdz09.
You can also enter through the Dexter Township Web Site: http://twp-dexter.org/ and click on Notices.
You can also join on your cell phone.
Please see the attached Dexter Township Planning Commission December 22, 2020 Zoom Instruction Sheet.
You can also view the agenda and the documents submitted by the Tower Co. by going to Dexter Township (twp-dexter.org), then click on Planning Commission, then click on the bottom of the page where it shows the Tower Co. documents and site plan.
May is American Wetlands Month and the PBWOA is celebrating the preservation of 8 acres of wetlands and 2,500 feet of natural shoreline by board member Craig Kivi. Craig has been working for almost two years on the acquisition of this natural shoreline and wetlands on Portage Lake near Mud Bay and at the North end of the lake. We also celebrate Craig’s perseverance in this effort.
The properties have been dedicated as the Louis P. Kivi Natural Shoreline Preserve in honor of Craig’s father and the Norman A Wood Natural Shoreline Preserve, in honor of Craig’s great grandfather, curator, 1911 University of Michigan Museum of Natural History. Both men were past residents of Portage Lake.
Also, both Preserves have received the Gold Level Shoreline Stewardship Award from the Michigan Natural Shoreline Partnership. The PBWOA has designated funds for this effort, as they see the value of preserving natural shorelines and wetlands that are so vital to the health of our waters and wildlife. What a great way to celebrate May as American Wetlands Month.
The following are links to events of interest to waterfront owners.