Town of Clover – Special Meeting
A Special Board Meeting is being called for October 28, 2021 after electors meeting in the Town of Clover Town Hall (the Historic Gym)
At August 11, 2021, board meeting motion carried to require masks for all at government meetings with dais to be placed adequate distance from all and that speakers remove mask only when speaking, further that the board social distance the tables as to be able to remove mask to speak and replace when done speaking.
Call to order: 4:00 pm
Roll Call: Dale Fuller, Beverly Steele, Jack Smith, Sheryl Isaksson, Tracy Gillespey, Patti Stemwedel Also present Shirley Nelson, Cindy Lazorik .
Motion by: consensus to remove masks for discussion. Carried
Discussion and possible action related to the following:
The Local Roads Improvement Program (LRIP) makes money available to local governmental units through a county run program. There remains $19,205.47 to be awarded and at this time the Town of Clover is at the top of the priority list. In other words that money is Clover’s for the asking. LRIP requires a 50% match and if we submit a proposal to place gravel on our roads, our gravel budget can pay for Clover’s 50%. LRIP operates on a biennial basis. The chair would like to propose two projects as discussed with the Town road crew. The first would place gravel on Lenawee Road from Gravel Pit Road to Seven Mile Road in 2022. The second project would place gravel on Bark River Road from Clover Cemetery Road to Shortcut Road in 2023. The intent would be to complete the gravel placement by June 30 of each year so that the reimbursement request could be submitted in time for the LRIP match to be available early August for the purchase of additional gravel.
Motion by: Isaksson/sStemwedel to apply for LRIP grant in the amount of $19205.47. Carried Unanimous.
Motion to Adjourn 4:13pm
Minutes prepared by the Town Clerk
Minutes are unofficial until approved by the Town of Clover Board.