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<br />The Washington Township Board of Trustees met in Regular Session June 17, 2013, at 7:30 <br />p.m. at the Washington Township Government Center, 8200 McEwen Road. President Young <br />opened the meeting and led the Pledge of Allegiance. <br /> <br />FISCAL OFFICER’S BUSINESS <br /> <br />Year-to-Date Income/Expense Report <br /> <br />The Trustees have requested that a Year-to-Date Income/Expense Report be presented on a <br />monthly basis. As of May 31, 2013, Washington Township has collected $11,153,842.87 from <br />all funds and has dispersed $10,544,702.99 in all funds for a positive cash carryover of <br />$609,139.88. As of May 31, 2013, the outstanding encumbrance was $5,754,004.53. <br /> <br />LIQUOR PERMIT <br /> <br />Captain Papanek is in receipt of an application for a liquor permit transfer, number 5488229, <br />for a transfer of D1, D2, D3, D3A and D6 permit for Manley Group LLC, dba Cubby Hole from <br />Navarkus Inc., dba Cubby Hole located at 8011 McEwen Road in Washington Township. <br />Captain Papanek has reviewed the application and sees no reason to object. No action taken. <br /> <br />LIQUOR PERMIT <br /> <br />Captain Papanek is in receipt of an application for a liquor permit, number 1400265, for a D5 <br />permit for Charleston BBQ Inc., dba Charleston BBQ located at 671 Lyons Road in <br />Washington Township. Captain Papanek has reviewed the application and sees no reason to <br />object. No action taken. <br /> <br />CITIZEN CONCERNS <br /> <br />Marcia Rouse, 8163 Normandy Creek Drive, expressed her concern over the lack of Township <br />regulations governing the drainage of private swimming pools. She recommended the <br />Township amend both the zoning and maintenance resolutions to require drainage of private <br />pool water in a safe and responsible manner that protects the property, water and health of <br />Township residents. <br /> <br />Ms. Lightle informed Mrs. Rouse that Public Works Director Mike Wanamaker will be sending a <br />letter to her neighbor to let him know that he could drain his pool into the storm sewer. <br /> <br />Ryan Lee, Zoning Manger, informed Mrs. Rouse that drainage is addressed only in <br />development plans or pre-development plans. This is to mitigate any type of impact <br />associated with that development plan. After that, it becomes more of a civil matter. The <br />Township would also get involved when water is draining within the public right-of-way. In <br />situations like hers, the Township can only offer suggestions on how to drain water. <br /> <br />Regarding standards, Mr. Lee, indicated that standards could be created for prohibiting <br />drainage onto adjacent properties; however, enforcement would be very difficult. If the <br />Township talked to the property owner and they moved their hose, for example, then they <br />would be compliant at that point and the Township could take no further action. <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br /> <br />6/17/13 Page 1 <br /> <br /> <br />