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E-M:/ Motion filed against Clous
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- Date: Thu, 18 Mar 2004 10:28:33 EST
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Motion filed against Clous
An April 5 hearing has been scheduled
TRAVERSE CITY - Grand Traverse prosecutors are seeking a court order that would block developer Bill Clous and Eastwood Construction from "continuing and future violations" of soil erosion and wetland control laws on an East Bay Township property.
Clous and his attorney, Matthew Vermetten, have maintained Clous did not need certain soil erosion control and wetland permits because he planned to farm the property, an activity that would fall under an agricultural exemption in the law.
In the motion, Bzdok argues that Clous has indicated he plans to plant wheat on sections of the property this spring.