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Name not shown inside Plainfield September 4, 2018, 12:55 PM

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Name not shown inside Plainfield September 4, 2018, 9:19 AM

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Name not shown inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 10:59 PM

Is there a different project or priority the Township should consider? If so, please describe.
Safe space designations for businesses open to LGBTQ+ individuals

Name not shown inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 10:56 PM

Is there a different project or priority the Township should consider? If so, please describe.
Free community fitness center/events,

LGBTQ resources (known supported businesses, events, committees)

Russ Karsten inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 10:23 PM

Is there a different project or priority the Township should consider? If so, please describe.
I have a private well and am hooked to the township sewer. I’m frustrated at the sewer rate I pay vs others hooked to the township water and sewer lines. My bill is much higher than others I know with larger families. I believe the rates should be lowered or establish a way to monitor the sewer discharge for well/sewer homes.

I also found it interesting that several roads in the township were recently painted/striped (end of August) just in time for the snow plows to scrape them off again in two months. Why isn’t the repainting prioritized for late spring?

I’m also concerned about the financial state of the township. Grand Rapids Township doesn’t start a project unless they also have the funds for maintenance as well. Does the Township have a similar plan? I don’t believe projects should always be done by raising our taxes. Perhaps better management of your existing budget would be a better option.

Name not shown inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 8:03 PM

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Name not shown inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 7:25 PM

Is there a different project or priority the Township should consider? If so, please describe.
I realize adding more sidewalks is already an issue-but the new sidewalk on Airway that has steps leading down to the new bikepath—we have seen almost 2 near fatal accidents while out on walks- because of the speed of vehicles, and that the location at the top of the stairway is on a hill and people are not visible there! I am truly worried about it! Possibly, add a sidewalk from that location to Plainfield Ave ! If you need new Senior Center Space-for activities I know our church Oakview Community would be very helpful in lending space for activities—Cost savings-just a thought!


Name not shown inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 6:32 PM

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Name not shown inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 6:26 PM

Is there a different project or priority the Township should consider? If so, please describe.
KEEPING OUR WATER CLEAN AND SAFE SHOULD REMAIN A TOP PRIORITY ALWAYS.

Joan Thompson inside Plainfield September 3, 2018, 3:27 PM

Is there a different project or priority the Township should consider? If so, please describe.
Getting rid of the empty buildings that are no longer useable ex Witmark! Following through with residents having issues with junk in neighboring yards! Used to be proud to live here!