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The White County Area Plan Commission met Monday, April 8, 2002, at 7:30 p.m. in the Commissioners’ Meeting Room, Second Floor, County Building, Monticello, Indiana.

Members attending were: Jay Clawson, Gary Barbour, David Rosenbarger, Charles Anderson, Don Ward, Scott Kyburz, Gregory Bossaer, Dennis Sterrett. Also attending were Attorney Altman and Director Weaver.

Visitors Attending were: Robert Kelly, Marilyn Paschen, James Paschen, Paul Couts (CNS Engineering), Charles R. Mellon, Shirley & Jerry Bunnell, Chad Sellmer (Herald Journal), Charles Reidelbach and Larry Norris.

The meeting was called to order by President Charles Anderson and roll call was taken. Jay Clawson made a motion to dispense with reading and approve the minutes of the March 11, 2002 meeting. Motion was seconded by David Rosenbarger and carried unanimously.


#776 The Kelly Family Limited Partnership; Requesting to rezone from R-2 to I-2 on lots 132 & 133 in North Addition and .50 of an acre. The property is located in the Town of Reynolds at 406 N. Boone Street. This has been referred back to the Area Plan Commission by the County Commissioners to review and approve the commitments to be attached to this rezoning.

President Anderson asked, I see that we might have someone here representing that. Do we have anyone representing that?

Robert Kelly was present to represent this request.

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions about that request? We have in our file here, we asked them to put some restrictions on it and as far as I can see, they have done that.

Director Weaver stated, I believe so.

Attorney Altman stated, this is why it was referred to us to approve the commitment by the County Commissioners and the Town of Reynolds, right, just wanted to make sure that we approved the commitment before they would proceed on this. So, I think Director Weaver and

our President is correct, I believe this is what we asked them to do in a commitment but, that’s for the Board to decide.

President Anderson asked, do we have any questions?

There was discussion among the Board members.

Attorney Altman stated, as I understood all of the discussion of the evening was on the restrictions, on the trash and what could be done or couldn’t be done with that. There is no question, there are other things in an I-2 that could fairly be significant and we didn’t talk about things like scrap yards and things like that…

Don Ward stated, sawmill…

Attorney Altman stated, sawmill and that sort of thing to be in there. I don’t think that there is any reason that they want that, right Spark? You don’t want it at all?

Robert Kelly stated, no.

Attorney Altman asked, he just wanted it so that they could have the trucks there loaded and go out the same way that they came in, right?

Robert Kelly stated, yes, about the same like I had before…

Attorney Altman stated, yes, I understand, I understand so that you would have no question if we, there is one sentence and let me bring it back to you, so that you can see what Jay is talking about. It’s on the 3rd page is it Jay, 2nd page Jay, where it says…

Jay Clawson stated, page 2…

Attorney Altman asked, I will read it so that everyone can see, the owners may engage in any other uses permitted under I-2 classification. As I understand, you really don’t want anything other than to be able to have the trucks come in with the trash on them and go out the same way right? You don’t want anything other than the I-2 and you don’t want anything other than the I-2 uses in there either, right?

Robert Kelly stated, no, not necessarily.

Attorney Altman stated, Jay, I would guess he’s really…

Robert Kelly asked, what, I don’t know…

Attorney Altman stated, like a sawmill or that sort of thing…

Robert Kelly stated, no.

Attorney Altman stated, so I don’t think that he has any objection to taking that sentence out.

Jay Clawson asked, can we take that out?

Attorney Altman asked, no problems with taking that out is there?

Robert Kelly stated, no.

Attorney Altman stated, okay, we will delete that…

President Anderson asked, do you want to read down the list what you can do out there?

Don Ward stated, there is a lot of things that you can do most of it probably wouldn’t hurt but, here are a few in there, sawmill, slaughterhouse, meatpacking plant, I don’t think would go in there….

Jay Clawson stated, I think that if they want to change the classification at any time that it should be brought back before this Board and then…

Attorney Altman stated, and I think that’s exactly what he’s willing to do…

Jay Clawson stated, and I agree, if that’s why he is willing to strike that sentence if they want to come back 10 years from now and say there is another use, we can approve that at a later time, that would be appropriate.

Robert Kelly stated, see, I always worked on trucks in there and stuff like that and that’s probably the same thing now…

Attorney Altman stated, there is no problem with you working on trucks, it’s these other potential I-2 uses that you don’t want to do at all…

Robert Kelly stated, no…

Attorney Altman asked, that would allow you and, Jay is just saying that if we struck that out you would have no problems with that and we wouldn’t either and then we can approve it okay?

Robert Kelly stated, yes, that would be alright.

Attorney Altman stated, essentially for the Board to be very specific on page 2 the sentence that says the owner may also engage in any other uses permitted in an I-2 classification. That will be stricken from the commitment, so that they will not be able to use those other uses and accordingly, that’s the matter before us tonight to approve.

President Anderson stated, just the one sentence.

Don Ward asked, shouldn’t it rather just say owners may not engage in any other use permitted under an I-2. Taken that out of there I don’t think will stop him.

Attorney Altman stated, okay, may not, okay…

Don Ward stated, may not.

Attorney Altman stated, alright…

Don Ward stated, he’s not going to do it but, if he sells it someone else might want to.

Attorney Altman stated, and then they could add it, like Jay said, later on by re-applying.

President Anderson asked, is that alright with you Spark?

Attorney Altman stated, yes, he doesn’t want it.

Robert Kelly stated, the only thing I want to do is…

President Anderson asked, do they every work on your trucks and…

Robert Kelly asked, the same thing happened, we’ve done that before, and before I mean, if the grain company wants to buy that and work on, use it to work on trucks and stuff it would be alright with them wouldn’t it?

Attorney Altman stated, that’s not a restriction, no, that would have been allowed under the old zoning, this is just…

Robert Kelly stated, no junk yard, no sawmill…

Attorney Altman stated, no slaughter house that sort of thing.

Robert Kelly stated, I don’t want that…

Attorney Altman stated, I understand, and I know that you don’t and that’s why I’m saying if we change that, that you may not, then you’re fine.

Jay Clawson asked, do you have ballots on this?

Director Weaver stated, no.

Jay Clawson asked, do we just do it on an “I”?

President Anderson stated, yes.

Jay Clawson stated, I would like to make a motion that we approve the request from the Kelly Family Limited Partnership to resume from R-2 to I-2 on lots #132 and #133 in Reynolds…

President Thompson stated, with the change.

Jay Clawson stated, with the change specified.

President Anderson asked, do I have a second on that?

Don Ward seconded the motion.

President Anderson asked, all in favor.

The Board stated, I.

Attorney Altman stated, for the record all of the members present have voted affirmative on this, this will be forwarded back to the County Commissioners and that will be next Monday right?

Director Weaver stated, yes.

Attorney Altman stated, next Monday right here 8:30 in the morning and they will have the final word on it and to the Town Board of Reynolds. I’m not sure Spark, exactly when they handle that but, we send it to them so, you might want to check with them to see when they will deal with it.

Robert Kelly asked, next Monday?

Attorney Altman stated, County Commissioners right here in the morning.

Robert Kelly stated, okay.

Attorney Altman stated, and then the Town Board also.


#270 James E. Paschen; Requesting primary approval of a 19 lot subdivision to be known as Coyote Run Estates on 24.569 Acres. The property is located in Union Township on the Northwest corner of State Road 39 and Woodhaven Court.

President Anderson asked, do we have Mr. Paschen here?

Jim Paschen stated, developer of the subdivision.

President Anderson asked, are we just primary on this?

Director Weaver stated, yes, that’s all that we’re voting on tonight.

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions on this?

Jay Clawson asked, Jim, are you still engaged in confinement, hog operation?

Jim Paschen stated, yes.

Jay Clawson asked, is that see there’s certain limitations and Greg, what is the…

Greg Bossaer stated, square mile.

Jay Clawson stated, has to be a quarter of a mile from any kind of confinement, hog…

Director Weaver stated, Jay, we have looked into this and as our definition of a confinement he is to small to be considered a confinement operation…

Jim Paschen stated, this county…

Director Weaver stated, we have looked into that.

Jim Paschen stated, this county has a 1,000 head limit, that’s when Greg Vogel put this house across the road from my house, I went up there and found out then that a confined hog house was under 1,000 head. All of my facility there is under 1,000 head and they said that I had no need of needing a variance because, I checked with Area Plan at that time.

Director Weaver stated, Attorney Altman and I both looked at this, at that time.

Jay Clawson asked, are there any restrictions on application, of top applications of manure close to a subdivision, you know on restrictions for that? Just asking a question.

Greg Bossaer stated, there are none.

Jay Clawson asked, there are none, okay.

Don Ward stated, we did talk about having a grade shown for the profile of the road, some kind of cross section to cut and fill so that we know that you are staying inside of the right-of-way of the road. We have had some subdivisions where they actually go outside.

Paul Couts stated, I’m Paul Couts with CNS Engineering and we have worked up just what you are talking about, I know a lot of, you can’t see it and I will bring it down to you in a little bit here…

Attorney Altman stated, anyone else that wants to see it, come up in front and look at it too please.

Paul Couts stated, but, we have actually developed the grade for the proposed road on there and it fits pretty close to, Jim is kind of lucky and it’s got a little bit of relief on it but, we have developed it in such a way that we can…

Don Ward asked, stay inside?

Paul Couts stated, yes, and this is kind of a prettier picture but, we have a low spot right off of State Road 39, here comes around to a high spot back in here. A little bit of this subdivision partly drains to the West but the bulk or majority of it drains to the South on Woodhaven Court. Yes, we’ve developed a profile for the road to make it fit in there and see how it would work as far as the drainage and the profile would work.

Charles Reidelbach asked, back when we developed this one road we couldn’t get any land on the other side of that road for a ditch, pond the North side of Woodhaven, is he going to allow for run off on the North side?

Paul Couts stated, we will take care of that, when we work out the plans, we have to have a grading plan and we will bring that water on down into the detention pond and we will actually put it into there before we release it.

Charles Reidelbach asked, so the water won’t be coming across the road?

Paul Couts stated, no, well, it comes across the road but, half of it goes into a retention pond, it doesn’t, no it’s not going to come across the road.

Charles Reidelbach asked, okay, so it’s going to be ditched along there?

Paul Couts stated, that’s correct.

Charles Reidelbach stated, that was my understanding.

Attorney Altman stated, again for the record, we’re talking about the South side of the subdivision along Woodhaven, where Woodhaven Court is asphalt. That area on the North side of that, that is part of the subdivision, would be contoured such that it would be ditched and that the water would be directed to the storm drainage easement area to the holding pond, Mr. Couts, right?

Paul Couts stated, yes.

Attorney Altman asked, and I’m speaking what you just said right, just being more specific right?

Paul Couts stated, yes.

Attorney Altman asked, and then it would be released in accordance with the plan that will be approved by the Drainage Board, right?

Paul Couts stated, yes, that is correct.

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any other questions? Does anyone in the audience have any questions about this?

Jay Clawson stated, I have some other questions, frontal lots on State Road 39, extra driveways coming…

Director Weaver stated, he has it noted on there that there is to be no access, the one lot will have to access off…

Attorney Altman stated, lot 5…

Don Ward asked, Lot 5?

Director Weaver stated, yes, because the others, if you notice…

Jay Clawson asked, are going to be restricted to…

Director Weaver stated, yes, so he does have that noted on here.

Paul Couts stated, we call it, no vehicular access, there will be no vehicle access allowed for any of these lots here, this would be the only one that would have a driveway coming out.

Jay Clawson stated, okay.

President Anderson asked, does anyone else in the audience have any questions about this request?

Shirley Bunnell asked, what are the sizes of the lots?

Paul Couts stated, they are all a minimum of one acre, minimum of one and a half acres.

Shirley Bunnell asked, and the restrictions?

President Anderson stated, there are restricted covenants with that too if you want to…

Attorney Altman asked, do you want to look at this, please?

There was discussion among the Board members.

Attorney Altman stated, for the record, it takes quite a bit of time to look at those restrictions and I will tell you folks that I took some time to do that, they are quite extensive. I won’t say that they are the most restrictive I have ever seen by a long ways but, they are in there and they are significant so, that there is an attempt to control the use of the land and make it to a residential subdivision.

Jim Paschen stated, we did it that way, I intend to live there, that’s what was intended to have restrictions that was good for everyone in the area.

Attorney Altman stated, conventional or stick built homes, you know, quite a bit of restriction in here but, folks if you want to look at them and see but, we have them. We don’t have just too much authority on this as to whether we do or don’t require it so, I think this is fairly farsighted in the way of restrictions.

Larry Norris asked, what happens if the people don’t live up to the restrictions, what then, what do you do about that?

Attorney Altman stated, private restrictions are enforced privately and so that it would not be something that although, that doesn’t mean that the Area Plan can’t restrict, enforce them in some occasions but, it wouldn’t be something generally that outsiders can enforce. It would be only the lot owners of the subdivision that can enforce it through committees and this is what this is ultimately set up for is to have a committee carry on when all of the lots are sold. That’s a customary procedure to do that sort of thing. Initially, it’s Mr. Paschen and then it transfers on to his committee of the lot owners. Right Mr. Paschen, or Mr. Couts maybe you can speak to that better then Jim can.

Larry Norris asked, …Jim is in charge until he gets them all sold right?

Jim Paschen stated, I…

Larry Norris asked, it says in the restrictions that you are in charge, you are going to see what is built there and I just said if someone said that they are going to do something that they don’t do it, what happen is what I want to know. I read in there that it started out that you have to have it completed in 1 year, well, what if they don’t what are you going to do, go in and take it away from them?

President Anderson stated, that would be civil type…

Attorney Altman stated, that would be civil matter…

Larry Norris stated, okay, I’m just asking….

Attorney Altman stated, I understand and it would have to go through the procedures set out in the restrictions and that’s on page, paragraph 27 and there are some heat to it. Obviously if the developer doesn’t do what he’s suppose to…someone thinks that’s what’s happened, they can challenge that in court. It would, someone that would be a lot owner that usually, and….standing suit.

President Anderson stated, but, if you have an environmental problem…

Attorney Altman stated, yes, that’s different, that would be nuisance type matter.

President Anderson asked, are there any other questions? Anyone else have any questions?

Attorney Altman asked, Director Weaver, does this meet the standards of the subdivision Control Ordinance?

Director Weaver stated, to the best of my knowledge, yes, it does.

Jay Clawson asked, I have a small question and this is if, if we legally can do this or if it should be done but, when you’re going into an area where some, like Woodhaven Subdivision built a road Woodhaven Court, going back. It was dedicated to the county but, it was on a specification of use that was 20 years ago when it met the specifications for there. Well now, we’re adding a higher traffic and the property is not developed to the other side of the road, can we specify that since they are building the other road and bringing it up to current county specks. If the surface, the hard surface of the road is not up to snuff, can we have them in development stage bring the road up where it’s wide enough to handle extra traffic on said roads? Not specifically this project but any projects that come down the road. Can that be part of a subdivision requirement?

Attorney Altman stated, I think so, I think that we can certainly look at those issues where increase use causes increased needs, yes.

Jay Clawson asked, and I’m not sure exactly what the width of the pavement for Woodhaven Court is but, if they are going to a 20’ cross section in there, street like on Coyote Run Dive. I think there should be some kind of provisions of, I don’t know, the people that live in Woodhaven how do you guys feel?

Charles Reidelbach stated, I went and collected money off of everyone, we paid the county for the extension, to extend it. We had to expand the width of the right-of-way all in our directions, none of it was given on the North side, that’s why we don’t have any ditch on the North side, really we need a ditch on the North side.

Don Ward stated, your pavement edge is really right on the North side…

Charles Reidelbach asked, pardon?

Don Ward stated, your pavement is right on the North side.

Charles Reidelbach stated, that’s where it was, originally.

Don Ward asked, it’s not there now?

Charles Reidelbach stated, well, that’s where the pavement is the right-of-way is all to the South of that, we couldn’t get anything on the North side at that time.

Jay Clawson asked, but, you guys feel that the road going back to Woodhaven is sufficient?

Charles Reidelbach stated, I think that it’s…’s just that we don’t have any water drainage on the North side of that road.

Jay Clawson asked, okay, by you guys getting the drainage on the North side do you feel that would be sufficient? Okay but, I know that there are some places that we get subdivisions that they have to go back to the road that is barely wide enough for 2 cars to pass. With an extra 20 or 30 cars per day you know meeting in there, I feel that certain subdivisions should be required on that. If the neighbors feel that it’s adequate, 2 cars will pass on that road.

President Anderson asked, do you maintain that road or does the county maintain that road?

Charles Reidelbach stated, we have trouble passing a school bus there…

Larry Norris stated, yes, when a school bus comes down through someone has to stop.

Don Ward asked, what I was asking is, do you have an association where you take care of the road, maintain the road or…

Charles Reidelbach stated, the county does that.

Don Ward stated, now it’s county.

Charles Reidelbach stated, yes.

Don Ward asked, but, did you originally have an association?

Charles Reidelbach stated, we did band, we got the money from most of the property owners that had to bring it up. We went to gravel and asphalt all at one time. At that time, It was under the county specks, we had to have so much footage and the road had to be so wide.

President Anderson asked, are there any other questions?

Attorney Altman asked, yes, Mr. Couts, I just want to be real clear on this because, we had some concerns from neighbors there. You have a typical street section set out and you say that it’s not to scale on here, preliminary plat. You have the word right-of-way on both sides of that, what you’re really saying is given the reality where the road is on the South side there, that the right-of-way will probably lie on a typical street section may in fact be closer. You will have the drainage area on the North side on the lot right?

Paul Couts stated, let me explain it, that street sections is only for Coyote Run itself, this is not the section down here of the existing Woodhaven Court.

Attorney Altman asked, okay, that clears it up. So on that road you’re going to have your drainage on the road, the ditch to take that water to the storm drain easement area?

Paul Couts stated, yes, we’ll actually have to build the ditch we won’t come on Woodhaven Court because the road is so close to the right-of-way line. We will have to actually take and build a ditch in on the property line itself in that 15’ utility and drainage easement there.

Attorney Altman stated, lot 1, 2 3, and 4 .

Paul Couts stated, correct.

Attorney Altman stated, okay, I just saw that sketch, or section and thought that you, I see now that it’s here. Thank you for explaining it.

Don Ward stated, one of the things that we wanted was to be certain that the construction limits of the street stays inside it’s right-of-way or if it doesn’t that you grad so that it will stay in side.

Paul Couts stated, this is the intent, we used this out here on the, I can’t think of it now, subdivision that takes Sixth Street on further South past the Airport there, we did that one and used that same section in here….

Jay Clawson stated, Stone Hollow.

Paul Couts stated, yes, Stone Hollow.

Don Ward stated, it works real well in flat country it may not work so well heaving rolling, okay.

Paul Couts stated, if you have, you could add real steep slops up….

Don Ward stated, we ran into a case where the utilities were being forced out on the the land owners instead of staying inside of the right-of-way, that’s what we didn’t want to happen.

Paul Couts stated, well, we have done it though and we’ve allowed for 15’ for utility and drainage…

Don Ward asked, oh, you have a utility easement?

Paul Couts stated, yes, so they can’t put up and stay out of the ditch.

President Anderson asked, do we have any other questions about this request?

Charles Mellon stated, is all of that water running down there to go into the retention pond, it seems like there was a questions 3 or 4 years ago and Jim knows about it. That pond kept too much water in it and by this, if all of that water runs down there and goes under the road or over the road going into that pond. It seems as though a few years ago that outlet in that pond wasn’t bit enough and it wasn’t low enough to get rid of the water out of that pond.

President Anderson asked, do you want to respond to that?

Paul Couts asked, I’m not sure which pond that he’s talking about.

Jay Clawson stated, Les Howard’s…

Charlie Mellon stated, well, the retention pond where all of the water is going…

Jim Paschen asked, Charlie, we’re talking about the Les Howard pond, you’re talking about right?

Charles Mellon asked, what?

Jim Paschen stated, Les Howard’s pond right now.

Charlie Mellon asked, yes, right on the other side of his house, that’s the one that all of the water will go in, won’t it?

Jim Paschen stated, no, there is going to be a retention pond on the other side of the road too…

Charles Mellon asked, on the North side?

Jim Paschen stated, I have to have on…

Charles Mellon stated, oh, okay.

Jim Paschen stated, really, he will get less water, I mean he will get water but…

Charles Mellon asked, okay, but, that was a problem years ago, wasn’t it…

Jim Paschen stated, well, it still is a little bit because, I think that one of the drainage, that was put in there was forced downhill, put in right….

An audience member stated, it wasn’t like….

Jim Paschen stated, on side of the bank up there…

Charles Reidelbach stated, there’s not a big enough pipe under the road, when you get a real heavy rain, it will come across the road but, it still drains to that pond.

Jim Paschen stated, that’s the Clyde Ditch number one or whatever, it shows on the map there is what he’s talking about across the road where Les Howard is.

Charles Mellon stated, I thought that was…on the South side.

Jim Paschen stated, it’s not shown on that map there at all there but, it’s just on the other side of the road where the drain pond comes in, across Woodhaven.

President Anderson asked, the drainage plans are not complete?

Paul Couts stated, no, we’ve just done preliminary, we did enough calculations to know, another words, part of the problem is how far you pass the egg before the rooster has to pay over here. I can tell you that we have run the street profile and we have done our calculations enough to know what volume we needed and this pond are, this storage area excuse me, will be big enough. We originally thought that we might even have to use some of the rear lots here but, it appears that this will be being enough here and we have also sized this swale over here, it’s going to be big enough also to handle it. So, we have a handle on the amount of water that we need and we’re very confident that we can do it with what we have…

President Anderson asked, he’s got about an acre and a half of ponding…

Paul Couts stated, but, we’re not done with our calculations, we’re not quite ready to submit to the Drainage Board yet.

President Anderson asked, are there any other questions?

Director Weaver stated, I just wanted the Board to be aware that he did apply for a variance for the setbacks in this subdivision. It did go to last months hearing, after the meeting we were notified that not all of the adjacent property owners were notified of that. So we have to rehear that it did get a positive vote at the last meeting but, it will be heard again at the April meeting.

Don Ward asked, …the variance…

Director Weaver stated, for setbacks, front and rear setbacks.

Attorney Altman asked, it’s not for the size of lot?

Director Weaver stated, no.

President Anderson stated, if there are no other questions, let's vote.

David Rosenbarger asked, what’s this existing tile that Gladden Ditch?

Paul Couts stated, that is a legal drain, 24” tile.

David Rosenbarger asked, what are the setbacks from that, we ran into that in Brookston.

Director Weaver stated, they will have to go through a variance for the setbacks on that as well and they are aware of that, I have already notified them of it.

David Rosenbarger asked, what is it normally?

Director Weaver stated, 75’.

Attorney Altman stated, that’s with the Drainage Board that gives that variance.

President Anderson asked, any other questions? Let's go ahead and vote.

With no further discussion the Board voted.

The Primary Approval Request for a 19 lot subdivision to be known as Coyote Run Estates located in Union, was approved by a vote of 8 to 0, based on a finding of fact that the Standards of the Subdivision Control Ordinance have been met.

Attorney Altman stated, subject to Drainage Board approval and subject to the variance being granted in this matter.


President Anderson stated, that’s all that we have other than business.

Director Weaver asked, are there any questions on our attorney’s fees to be paid?

President Anderson stated, we have a little business here that we need to take care of. We still have a meeting going on here.

Director Weaver stated, I just asked if there are any questions on the attorney’s fees submitted to be paid?

Attorney Altman stated, I can’t think of anything now, I know that I have one thing but, I can’t think of it. We sure need to change some of the sections of the Ordinance. We have several things in here that just don’t refer to you know these skags that draw them up. There are several sections and the subdivision and the Zoning Ordinance, don’t refer to a section they say that the standards of such and such a section it isn’t in there. We need to change that and we need to work on that regularly. Director Weaver is making a list but, as she says, she’s got 3 things that need to be don more important than that to getting it done so please get your list and get it in so that we can maybe do this all at one time. That’s about all that I can think of.

President Anderson asked, how about on these new sewage systems can we require subdivisions that are close to those to…

Attorney Altman stated, I think that, that would be a capital idea.

Director Weaver stated, I did ask them about sewage and they did check into the sewage would go in out in that area, about a 5 year time frame so, I did ask about that so they are going to check into it.

Attorney Altman stated, it’s a shame that they, isn’t going in there because they are going to spend a bunch of money.

Director Weaver stated, yes.

Attorney Altman asked, anything else Director Weaver?

Director Weaver stated, I can’t think of anything.

Attorney Altman stated, we’re ready to adjourn I think.

President Anderson asked, do we have a motion to adjourn?

Jay Clawson made a motion to adjourn.

David Rosenbarger seconded the motion.


The meeting adjourned.

Respectfully submitted,

Donald W. Ward, Secretary

White County Area Plan Commission

Diann Weaver, Director

White County Area Plan Commission