Notice of Day of Review of Drainage District Boundaries

Notice is Hereby Given that on Tuesday, January 31, 2017, the Ingham County Drain Commissioner will hold a Day of Review of Drainage District Boundaries from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Office of the Ingham County Drain Commissioner, 707 Buhl, Mason, Michigan 48854. At that time and place, the Drain Commissioner will hear the proofs and allegations and carefully reconsider and review the description of lands comprising the Drainage Districts for the Drains listed below, and determine whether the addition or deletion of lands will more accurately define the boundaries of the land benefitted by the Drains and is just and equitable pursuant to Section 197 of 1956 PA 40, as amended. The Drains are located and established in the following municipalities, and a general description by section number of the lands proposed to be added or deleted in whole or in part include the following:



DRAIN NAME MUNICIPALITY SECTION(S)
BULLFROG DRAIN (B16-00)MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP4
DELTA GRANDE (D36-00)CITY OF LANSING5, 6
HEATH DRAIN (H73-00)WILLIAMSTOWN TOWNSHIP28, 29, 32, 33
LAKEVIEW DRAIN (L02-00)MERIDIAN TOWNSHIP10, 11, 14, 15
MCCLUSKEY DRAIN (M49-00)BUNKER HILL TOWNSHIP11
PHEENY DRAIN (P06-00)BUNKER HILL TOWNSHIP4, 9
SHEARER DRAIN (S09-00)BUNKER HILL TOWNSHIP20, 28, 29
WOOD STREET BRANCH OF SMEDLEY-COOLIDGE DRAIN (S17-01)CITY OF LANSING2
LANSING TOWNSHIP2, 3


Persons with disabilities needing accommodations for effective participation in the meeting should contact the Ingham County Drain Commissioner at (517) 676-8395 or the Michigan Relay Center at 711 (TTY) at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to request mobility, visual, hearing, or other assistance. You are Further Notified that persons aggrieved by the decision of the Drain Commissioner to add or delete property to or from a Drainage District may seek judicial review in the Ingham County Circuit Court within ten (10) days of the decision.


 

NOTICE OF DAY OF REVIEW

OF DRAINAGE DISTRICT BOUNDARIES

“It is a privilege and an honor to serve Ingham County’s citizens, businesses and municipalities.


I believe that government must be open, accessible and user-friendly. To that end, the Ingham County Drain office opens its doors to serve the public in whatever manner possible.” 


  Patrick E. Lindemann



ICDC Office

Ingham County Drain Commissioner Public Information