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Posted on: July 16, 2019

Proposed Joint Planning Commission Ordinance & Agreement

Joint Planning Commission Ordinance

Ordinance No. 2019-11

 

Ordinance to Establish the          
                                                                         

City of Cadillac/Clam Lake Joint Planning Commission

 

The City of Cadillac HEREBY ORDAINS:

 

Section 1. Purpose; Recitals.

 

  1. The City of Cadillac (“City”) and the Township of Clam Lake (“Clam Lake”) have entered into an Agreement for the Conditional Transfer of Property dated ________, 2019 (“Act 425 Agreement”).
  2. Article VIII of the Act 425 Agreement provides in part that the City and Clam Lake shall establish a Joint Planning Commission pursuant to the Joint Municipal Planning Act, Act 226 of 2003, MCL 125.131 et seq, as amended (“Act 226 of 2003”), to govern land use and zoning for certain property identified as the “Transferred Area” in the Act 425 Agreement. 
  3. The City of Cadillac adopts this Ordinance to carry out and effectuate Article VIII of the Act 425 Agreement.

Section 2.  Approval of Agreement to Create Joint Planning Commission

 

The City of Cadillac hereby approves the establishment of a Joint Planning Commission subject to all terms and provisions in Article VIII of the Act 425 Agreement, which is hereby incorporated by reference, and subject to the terms and provisions of this Ordinance.  In addition to such terms and provisions, the Joint Planning Commission shall have all powers granted to joint planning commissions by Act 226 of 2003. 

 

Section 3.  Jurisdiction of Joint Planning Commission.

 

The Joint Planning Commission shall have jurisdiction over all land use and zoning approvals for the Transferred Area, as defined in the Act 425 Agreement, and subject to all terms and provisions of Article VIII of the Act 425 Agreement. 

Section 4.  Effective date.

 

This Ordinance shall be effective on the later of the following:


  1. the eighth day following the last date of publication by a participating municipality if no notice of intent to file a petition for a referendum is filed as provided for in MCL 125.139; or
  2. the 31st day following the filing of a notice of intent to file a petition for a referendum if no petition for a referendum is filed within 30 days after the filing of the notice; or
  3. the day following the day upon which a determination is made by the clerk of each municipality in which a petition for referendum is filed that the petition calling for the referendum is inadequate; or
  4. the day the Ordinance is approved by the electors in each municipality in which a referendum is held.

Section 5. Repealer.


All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict herewith are repealed to the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect. 


Approved this ­­­____ day of_____, 2019.





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