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Re: SG-W:/ Dexter Power Plant?!
According to today's Dexter Leader, there will be a public meeting to
present the power plant information next Wednesday, September 6 at 7:00 pm
at the Mill Creek Middle School auditorium/cafeteria in Dexter. The article
states that "officials from Dexter Township, Washtenaw County, the State of
Michigan, Panda Energy, the Washtenaw Development Council, and the Southeast
Michigan Council of Governments will be on hand for the presentation and the
This sounds like the place to get all our questions answered.
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Subject: Re: SG-W:/ Dexter Power Plant?!
> Steve Bean was on target with his statements on the size of this parcel
> how much land would be used for the facility. It's currently mostly
> farmland, with some woods and wetlands. It's doubtful that T&E species
> be found on the site, but you never know until you look. There's probably
> enough dry land to avoid direct wetland impacts (filling).
> The process would require master plan and zoning ordinance changes to
> as both now have the land listed as agricultural. I can't imagine folks
> around here will be real crazy about it, given how they've fought a gas
> station proposal on land that's planned and zoned commercial, and for
> that use is permitted.
> I hope that Steve and others will offer questions and concerns as this
> project progresses. As a township resident, I need to know from others
> topics that are not in my background.
> Barry Lonik
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