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SPECIAL MEETING NOTICE

HAYES TOWNSHIP
BOARD OF TRUSTEES

The Hayes Township Board of Trustees will be holding a special meeting on Friday, April 20, 2018, 5:00 p.m. at the Hayes Township Hall, 09195 Old US 31 N., Charlevoix, MI.

The purpose of this meeting is to review and act on a letter of engagement between Hayes Township and Miller, Canfield, Paddock & Stone P.L.C. concerning bonding for Hayes Township Park Camp Sea-Gull Phase I

Also to review and take action on a rezone request for approximately 3 acres of land, with property tax identification numbers 007-118-015-30 and 007-119-006-45 located at 11770 US-31 North, Charlevoix.

Marlene Golovich
Hayes Township Clerk
clerk@hayestownshipmi.gov
231-547-6961

Hayes Township Awarded $15,000 Park Grant From Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians

Our Township has been awarded a 2% grant from the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa & Chippewa Indians (GTB) in the amount of $15,000 for the construction of a boat launch and fishing pier on Lake Charlevoix.

The Tribal Council of the Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians will be hosting a check presentation/media Event on February 20th at the Grand Traverse Resort, 1 7 FL, Acme, Michigan.

The complete document can be view/download here.

$5,000 grant for pedestrian walkways to park fishing pier

Grand Traverse Band of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians Grant 2% Award to
Charlevoix County Hayes Township

Charlevoix County’s Hayes Township was awarded grant funds from the 2% Award of the Grand Traverse Band (GTB) of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians from the first half of the 2017 grant cycle. The grant of $5,000 will be used to construct pedestrian walkways leading to the fishing pier to be constructed at Hayes Township Park Camp Sea-Gull on the north shore of Lake Charlevoix.

The 2% Award is a condition of the consent decree settling Tribes vs Engler. Under the decree, the GTB of Ottawa and Chippewa Indians agreed to pay 2% of its video gaming revenue to local units of government for deserving community projects. Since the 2% Awards began in 1994, the GTB has donated millions of dollars to hundreds of local projects.