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The White County Area Plan Commission met Monday, August 8, 2005, 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, Charles Mellon, Don Ward, Robert Thomas, Gregory Bossaer, Dennis Sterrett. Also attending were Attorney Altman and Director Weaver.

Visitors Attending were: Brock Gutwein, Travis Cords, Gene Cords, Jim VanFossan, William Braaksma, Terry Beasy, Brad Gutwein, Daniel R. Sublette, Helen R. Sublette.

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 June 13, 2005 meeting. Motion was seconded by Don Ward and carried unanimously.

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#885 Gutwein Historic Real Estate LLC; The property is located on Lot 2 in Cornerstore Subdivision, in the Town of Monon at 330 N. Market Street.

Violation: None.

Request: They are requesting to rezone from B-1 to B-2.

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone here representing that request? Do you want to come forward and state your name?

Brad Gutwein stated, Brad Gutwein.

President Anderson asked, anybody, any Commissioners have any questions about this request?

Don Ward stated, I don’t think so.

President Anderson asked, does anyone in the audience have any questions about this request? Does anyone have any questions? As far as the rezoning, you’re wanting to bring in to…

Don Ward stated, compliance.

Director Weaver stated, it’s zoned B-1 right now and he’s wanting to rezone it to B-2, General Business to open it up to more types of businesses to go into the location.

President Anderson asked, do we have any questions? If we don’t have any questions let’s go ahead and vote.

Attorney Altman stated, it is essentially a very business area and it’s on the highway.

Director Weaver stated, yes.

Jay Clawson stated, right down town.

With no further discussion the Board voted.

The results of the vote were as follows: 9 affirmative and 0 negative. This will be presented to the Town Board of Monon for their action.

Attorney Altman stated, with a positive recommendation, you need to check with them, we’re never exactly sure when they put it on their agenda. They have the final say on this.

Brad Gutwein stated, thank you.

Attorney Altman stated, thank you.

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#886 Gene A. & Diana Kay Cords; The property is located on part of Lot 2 in Sublette Subdivision containing 0.940 of an acre, more or less North of Reynolds at 14 E. 375 N.

Violation: None.

Request: They are requesting to rezone from A-1 to B-2.

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone here representing that request?

Gene Cords stated, I’m Gene Cords.

Attorney Altman stated, okay, excuse me a minute before we get into this I would as an Attorney for the Board I want to disclose that I was given notice of this rezoning request. I manage some farm ground that is right South of this, I don’t think my client has any position if they do, they have not told me about this on this matter. I did want to disclose that and if the Board has a problem with me sitting here working as an attorney for the Board I would certainly recluse myself if you want me to, thank you.

President Anderson asked, I don’t see any problem. Does anyone on the Board see any problem?

Several Board members stated, no.

President Anderson asked, does anyone on the Board have any questions about the request?

Charles Mellon stated, we have a letter from somebody.

President Anderson asked, do you want to read that?

Attorney Altman stated, we do have a letter that was received 8-2-05, “Dear Sirs, I’m against this amendment, there is a lot of traffic on this road, a business will only make more, there are”…

Robert Thomas stated, farmers…

Attorney Altman stated, “farmers”, yes I think that’s right, “with slow machinery children riding bicycles and farm”….

Dennis Sterrett stated, four wheelers…

Attorney Altman stated, “four wheelers” okay, “Monon factory workers, Indiana Beach traffic and now and then a long slow freight train to jam up the works, Dorothy Seward, Mrs. Dorothy Seward, 3984 N. Meridian Road, Reynolds, Indiana 47960.” If there is anything else in the file I don’t know.

President Anderson asked, do we have anyone in the audience with any questions about this request? Do you want to come forward and state your name?

Dan Sublette stated, Dan Sublette, I live in Sublette Subdivision I’ve been there probably 19 years, I helped my dad build that subdivision and I’m here with my mother, which has lived there 31 years. It’s always been a residential area and I believe that it should be. My business is here in Monticello I like coming home where it’s nice and quite, I don’t mind families and stuff out there but I think putting a business in there would be the wrong thing to do. Not saying that these folks would do it right or do it wrong, I’m just saying that once you pass that and these folks move on who is to say that someone else won’t put something in there. Like I said I have been there for quite some time maybe I might want to pass that down to my children and I don’t think that a business next door to my house would be good so I just wanted to voice my opinion.

Attorney Altman stated, I think this is some….

President Anderson asked, does anyone else want to…

Dave Rosenbarger asked, is there residential on each side of this property?

Attorney Altman stated, please come forward ma’am.

Director Weaver stated, yes, Dave, there are residences on each side of this.

Helen Sublette stated, I also live on the side of this and my husband started that subdivision there I could have a business next door to me I have been there 31 years and I like it the way that it is.

President Anderson asked, are there any restrictive covenants on this, the subdivision itself.

Don Ward stated, yes there are.

Director Weaver stated, I have given the Board a copy of the restrictive covenants.

Don Ward stated, the lots can’t be subdivided.

Director Weaver stated, these are the convenants that I gave you earlier.

Jay Clawson stated, …livestock….

Helen Sublette stated, like Dan said they wouldn’t but once it’s put and it’s rezoned it will be there forever.

President Anderson asked, Mr. Cords, do you want to state exactly what you want to use it for?

Gene Cords stated, my intent is, my son has been offered the opportunity to buy it heating and air conditioning business. I understand and sympathize exactly where they are coming from and if I was putting in a business where there was going to be a lot of traffic, I would not even recommend it or have come to this Board. We’re talking about maybe delivery trucks once a day and part of the reason that we’re doing it is because I want to do it right for him. It would have been fine if we were to build warehouses, which is just basically what this is going to be a warehouse type building. It’s not going to be a lean to by any means it’s going to be a heated warehouse for storage of predominately heating and cooling supplies, stuff that I have of my own. Due to the restrictions for the height requirements it’s cheaper to build up to this building larger plus you’re taking up a lot more space. So by zoning it my intent was to zone it the proper way so you wouldn’t have issues and do it the right way.

President Anderson asked, is there going to be any commercial sales out of the…

Gene Cords stated, no.

President Anderson asked, just for his storage only?

Gene Cords stated, basically predominately storage.

President Anderson stated, we have in the past, past rezoned areas like that where the zoning goes back if it ever reverts to anyone else or if it’s ever resold or anything like that.

Gene Cords stated, and I would not have an issue at this present time his intent is for him to buy the property off of me when I am ready to sell.

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions about the request? No questions at all?

Gregory Bossaer asked, that restriction would be just for this purpose?

President Anderson asked, we could restrict that just to, or can we do this?

Attorney Altman stated, you sure can, you could, he can present a commitment that would basically describe the business and restrict it to…

President Anderson stated, but then if it was resold he, his son would have to come before us again and ask if we did it that way.

Attorney Altman stated, or it can be that prospect…

President Anderson stated, contingent…

Attorney Altman stated, that the son…

President Anderson stated, his commitment is could revert to your son or something like that?

Attorney Altman asked, yes, would the Sublette’s have any problem with it, something like that?

Dan Sublette stated, it won’t stop it.

President Anderson stated, it would revert back to agricultural what it would revert back to if they tried to sell the property for anything else.

Dan Sublette asked, well what about all of the structures that you have to build to house all of the parts and stuff like that? What are you going to do with that are you going to tear that down?

President Anderson stated, that’s too big to have storage sheds is what they would have to be.

Dan Sublette stated, right, but now there are just houses and you can look out your windows and there’s trees and houses, no structure for you to look…

President Anderson stated, so that’s what you…

Dan Sublette stated, that’s what I want it.

President Anderson stated, you would rather…

Dan Sublette stated, I mean, if I want to look at that, I can move to the city…

President Anderson stated, yes.

Dan Sublette stated, which, you know, I like the country so.

Charles Mellon asked, is there any room on the South side of your present house?

Gene Cords stated, then I’m within, I’m in trouble with the because of the restrictions that I have on building area, building setbacks.

Charles Mellon stated, they all view the front, they all see down the line of houses.

Gene Cords asked, my preference would be where Mr. Sublette has the shed down in back of the background that he can build on there but I can’t because it’s been jinxed?

President Anderson stated, but he still couldn’t run a business.

Attorney Altman stated, no he couldn’t, no, he couldn’t not, without a zoning change.

President Anderson asked, does any of the other commissioners have any suggestions?

Robert Thomas asked, whose house is this in the first picture. Is that your house?

Jay Clawson stated, yes…

Gene Cords stated, yes.

Don Ward stated, that’s spot zoning.

Robert Thomas asked, are you going to build in front of that?

Gene Cords stated, no it would be right hand side of that.

Robert Thomas asked, and the next picture…

Gene Cords stated, to the East side of that, mother and father side.

Attorney Altman stated, hearing that I think that we’re ready to vote.

President Anderson asked, any other questions from the Commissioners? It wouldn’t do us any good to put any restrictions on because that wouldn’t solve much of the problem. I say let’s go ahead and vote.

With no further discussion the Board voted.

The results of the vote were as follows: 3 affirmative and 6 negative. This will be presented to the County Commissioners for their action.

Attorney Altman asked, it will be forwarded to the County Commissioners with no recommendation and that will be next Monday morning?

Director Weaver stated, yes.

Attorney Altman stated, at 8:30 and they have the final say on this.

President Anderson stated, so you want to be there because all we do is make a recommendation to the Commissioners, they’ve got the final say.

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#305 Arnold L. & Lorretta L. Dahlenburg; Requesting approval of a 2 lot subdivision to be known as CAC Farms Addition, containing 1.311 & 1.544 acres, more or less. The property is located in the Town of Reynolds, South of Salomon Park.

There was a short interruption.

President Anderson asked, okay, back to Arnie and Loretta subdivision approval. Do we have anyone representing that request at all? I didn’t see Arnie or Lorretta here at all.

Attorney Altman stated, I wondered, that’s what I wondered.

President Anderson stated, I would say if there is no body here we’ve got to table that one.

Jay Clawson stated, we can’t act on it.

President Anderson stated, so number 305 is tabled.

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#306 Daniel J. Clark & Charles D. Clark; Requesting approval of a 2 Lot subdivision to be known as Clark Subdivision on 2.130 acres, more or less. The property is located in the City of Monticello on the Southeast corner of W. Washington Street and Eighth Street.

President Anderson asked, is there any one here representing that request?

Greg Vogel stated, yes sir.

President Anderson asked, do you want to state your name for the record?

Greg Vogel stated, Greg Vogel, Vogel Real Estate.

President Anderson asked, do the Commissioners have any questions about that request at all?

Jay Clawson asked, is there any extra work that the Drainage Board needs to do on that?

Dennis Sterrett stated, we took it to the board on, actually before it was a subdivision it got the Board’s approval for his building for lot 2.

Jay Clawson asked, okay, so there’s nothing more that needs to be done?

Dennis Sterrett stated, he’s got his drainage permit already.

Greg Vogel stated…clients they had.

Dennis Sterrett stated, yeah.

Don Ward stated, they have city sewer, city water, power, everything that he needs.

 

Dennis Sterrett stated, right.

 

Don Ward stated, 2 acres, more than 2 acres

Attorney Altman asked, do we have one discrepancy on the calls Denny is that what this…

Dennis Sterrett stated, no, not to my knowledge.

Attorney Altman stated, there is a highlight on this plat…

Dennis Sterrett stated, oh…

Attorney Altman stated, and….

Director Weaver stated, there’s one correction that needs to be made yes.

Dennis Sterrett asked, is there a correction?

Attorney Altman stated, that’s a scriveners matter and I would suggest that we….

President Anderson asked, but there are no…

Jay Clawson asked, all the utilities shown…

Don Ward asked, you’re drainage, you’ve got these 18” pipes, Director Weaver do they own that land over there?

Greg Vogel asked, excuse me?

Don Ward asked, they’ve got two 18” pipes crossing the intersection there…

Greg Vogel stated, right.

Don Ward asked, which will drain this ditch along there I see why they have them but I assume that they have approval to do that.

Greg Vogel stated, yes they do.

Don Ward stated, they are not going to enter in on Washington Street, they are going to enter on whatever they call that other….

Someone stated, Eighth….

Don Ward stated, oh yeah, I see.

Someone stated, Washington is suppose to be…building and I would guess part of that was in that…

Don Ward stated, I see.

Dennis Sterrett stated, actually, there is already detention behind Hendrickson for this subdivision.

Jay Clawson asked, that’s all part of the subdivision?

Dennis Sterrett stated, yes.

Don Ward stated, so they have already taken care of that okay, suits me.

Charles Mellon asked, where is the entrance on Eighth Street? Hendrickson’s has two entrances off of Eighth Street are they going to be in the middle of their two?

Greg Vogel stated, it will be right behind the shoe store.

Charles Mellon asked, oh, on Eighth Street? Eighth’s Street is not near the shoe store.

Greg Vogel stated, the shoe store is in front of it on Broadway.

Charles Mellon stated, well yeah.

Greg Vogel stated, there’s a curb cut right behind it.

Jay Clawson stated, right beside it.

Greg Vogel stated, abuts up to Eighth Street the show store behind it.

Charles Mellon asked, oh, you mean that cut that you already have into…

Greg Vogel stated, yes.

Jay Clawson stated, Charlie, there’s another schematic of the car wash right in your other, in the packet there’s another folder on that.

Attorney Altman asked, are you talking about this?

Jay Clawson stated, yes, the big one.

Don Ward stated, you can get your car washed, your shoes shined and get an ice cream cone all at the same time.

Jay Clawson stated, and go to the bank.

Don Ward stated, yes, go to the bank.

Charles Mellon asked, is the exit going to be in the middle back on the washing…

Jay Clawson stated, you can borrow some money to buy a new car, and some new shoes and a car wash…

Don Ward stated, right but you’re not going to be able to do it all at once.

Attorney Altman stated, two lots in all.

Director Weaver stated, yes.

Jay Clawson stated, unless you’re pretty good about making the jog.

President Anderson asked, everything is there then? Does anyone in the audience have any questions about this request at all?

Don Ward stated, Doug and I went out there and checked that out. What we should have done is, we should have made them bring in the right-of-way in right, then you know it and say we’re not approving this until we have other grants and that would cut off…

President Anderson stated, so basically all of the standards of the subdivision has been met except we probably have to add something to the plat is that…

Director Weaver stated, they need to make the corrections of the legal description.

President Anderson stated, okay, so we’ll just put that condition on there.

Attorney Altman stated, I would certainly note that the calls needs to be corrected but that is what I would call a scriveners error and certainly wouldn’t stop this matter for that. I would note that should be done.

Jay Clawson stated, okay.

President Anderson asked, go ahead and vote then? This is on the primary?

Attorney Altman stated, yes, this is the primary.

President Anderson asked, there’s no improvements that have to be met on this so we can vote on the secondary then when we get done?

Attorney Altman asked, the improvements are the holding pond and Henderson is that part of his plat?

Director Weaver stated, I don’t think so, not the way that I understand Denny.

Attorney Altman stated, well, you said something about that and that and that’s why…

President Anderson stated, Denny said that would work…

Director Weaver stated, yes, draining permit is issued.

Jay Clawson stated, it’s already stapled with this thing right here.

Director Weaver asked, Denny, is there anything that they need to do for draining?

Dennis Sterrett stated, no.

Director Weaver asked, that we would need a letter of credit for?

Attorney Altman stated, that’s what I’m trying to find out you said something about Hendrickson’s and I didn’t quite understand how that had to do with this matter.

Jay Clawson stated, the property is a common drainage area those pipes go under the road into that and they were asking if they needed to get any extra easements and those have already been granted on the original subdivision.

Attorney Altman stated, on the original subdivision….

Don Ward stated, right.

Attorney Altman asked, so that ground is burden and this ground is a benefited ground to that?

Don Ward stated, right, exactly.

Attorney Altman stated, it probably wouldn’t hurt if that were put in this plat as a, as evidence of that. I didn’t see it on there and that’s why I’m trying to, I just want to tie it together is what I’m really trying to say and so that I think that its’ an important thing and ought to be noted.

The Primary Approval for a 2 lot subdivision to be known as Clark Subdivision was approved by a vote of 9 to 0, based on a finding of fact that the Standards of the Subdivision Control Ordinance have been met.

Attorney Altman asked, with the exception that they make the corrections on the plat and the plat ought to note also the benefit of this ground through that drainage on the Hendrickson ground and that will be tied together. I still think that this was, we have the secondary?

Director Weaver stated, yes, we do.

Attorney Altman asked, so that we can go ahead and vote on this?

Director Weaver stated, yes.

Don Ward stated, it’s not on this one.

Jay Clawson asked, what?

Don Ward stated, that it has rights over there, drainage rights.

President Anderson asked, should it be written on the plat?

Attorney Altman stated, yes, the drainage writes should be written on the plat…

Dennis Sterrett asked, do you know how it’s tied to that?

Don Ward stated, it’s not on the main…

Dennis Sterrett stated, dentition pond over there.

Jay Clawson stated, subdivision….

Attorney Altman stated, I know that, it ought to be on there.

Greg Vogel stated, well it’s tied to this one…ground….

Dennis Sterrett stated, yes I know but you’re just now not own the subdivision.

Jay Clawson stated, this is not the draining….

President Anderson stated, right.

Jay Clawson stated, well it just needs to be stated on the plat that way it’s not any problem down the line to get something done.

Attorney Altman stated, no I think that all it needs to do is go on record so that it is properly burdened and this ground is benefited by that.

Greg Vogel asked, do you want to notify him Director Weaver?

Director Weaver stated, I can.

Attorney Altman stated, and that ought to be on the secondary plat as well as the correction of the calls as condition of the approval if you’re going to approve it.

Don Ward stated, I like the statement the drainage plan will be submitted to and approved by the White County Draining Board, or else.

Attorney Altman stated, that’s right.

Dennis Sterrett stated, you had better take the subdivision to the Drainage Board I would say Monday even though his lot has been approved for his drainage we probably need to get the subdivision approved too. Make the secondary contingent upon drainage board approval.

Attorney Altman stated, I think that would be yes, I think that might be a good way to make sure that this all got tied together yes and we got the Drainage board approval.

Dennis Sterrett stated, we got his lot approved as his building approve but we did get the whole subdivision we got the cart before the horse now you have a subdivision that you need to get approved. I don’t think that it will be a problem.

President Anderson asked, so they have been met contingent….

Attorney Altman stated, yes….

President Anderson stated, that the….

Jay Clawson stated, drainage board approval.

Attorney Altman stated, drainage board approval and this showing that this is a benefited ground of the drainage Hendrickson ground and the calls. There are three things that need to be noted.

Greg Vogel asked, is there point and time will that be…

Attorney Altman stated, 8:30…

Jay Clawson stated, 8:30….

Greg Vogel asked, where at?

Jay Clawson stated, here.

Attorney Altman stated, right here.

Dennis Sterrett stated, Drainage Board is 10:30…

Charles Mellon stated, no, it’s 10:30.

Jay Clawson asked, do you have that written down Don?

Don Ward asked, what is the third one, what’s the third one?

Jay Clawson stated, calls.

With no further discussion the Board voted.

The Secondary Approval request for a subdivision to be known as Clark Subdivision was approved by a vote of 9 to 0, based on a finding of fact that the Standards of the Subdivision Control Ordinance have been met.

Attorney Altman stated, subject to the following conditions, the Drainage Board should be added to the plat showing that it is benefited and the other ground is burdened by the drainage. That it be subdivision is subject to the obtaining Drainage Board approval and that the calls be corrected on the plats. I think that’s it.

 

President Anderson stated, and that would be it for our meeting and next on the agenda would be business and anybody that wants to leave can leave now or stay if you want to stay.

 

Director Weaver stated, all that I have is the claims, there’s one for Jerry Altman and there’s also one for Dellinger, Dellinger and Smith. The one for Dellinger, Dellinger and Smith is pertaining to a lawsuit that is pending as you can see several years. We’re waiting on them to resolve the situation with the DNR is what the hold up is on that and we’re still waiting on them.

 

Don Ward asked, good God this goes back…

 

Director Weaver stated, to….

 

Don Ward stated, January 31, 2002.

 

President Anderson asked, Mr. Beasy, do you want to talk to us about anything? Do you have a speech?

 

Terry Beasy stated, I would just like to invite the Board if anyone is interested the gas plant at Liberty Landfill, August 2. We are now in power production if any of you folks would like to come out and tour that facility give me a call at the landfill and I will work you in, come out it’s kind of interesting if you haven’t been around anything like that.

 

Jay Clawson stated, thanks.

 

Terry Beasy stated, about 3.2 megawatts of power right now, which is about 3500 homes.

 

Dennis Sterrett asked, got it running?

 

Terry Beasy stated, up and running.

 

President Anderson asked, how long is that suppose to last then?

 

Terry Beasy stated, it should run closer to the landfill plus 30 years.

 

Bob Thomas asked, and that’s up in buffalo.

 

Terry Beasy stated, yes.

 

Jay Clawson stated, I drove by today…

 

Terry Beasy stated, that’s the building that everyone calls the car wash.

 

Jay Clawson stated, I drove by today and your….

 

Terry Beasy stated, rain flaps are up….

 

Jay Clawson stated, yes, rain flaps were up and I said well is it running or is it burning that clean, that’s amazing.

 

Terry Beasy stated, it runs that clean and in order to hear it if you want to hear it from the highway you have to stop shut your car off to be able to hear it.

 

Jay Clawson stated, wow.

 

Terry Beasy stated, so it’s very quite but when ever you go by and the rain flaps are up, she’s making electricity.

 

President Anderson asked, who are you selling that to then?

 

Terry Beasy stated, we don’t actually own the electricity, Wabash Valley Power that was a joint venture that we made with Waste Management and Wabash Valley Power so Wabash Valley Power owns the electricity and Wabash Valley Power sells the electricity to White County REMC and other identities. It’s part of the touch tone energy cooperative Wabash Valley power is a member of that as well as White county REMC but it is a fantastic operation if you haven’t seen anything like it.

Don Ward asked, what is it burning methane gas?

 

Terry Beasy stated, yes, we’re actually burning the methane gas off of the landfill. It’s consuming about a thousand and fifty cubic feet a minute. It’s pulled straight from the landfill and then we filter it for moisture and the engines are there are 4, 16 cylinder cat diesels they are diesel type engines but they have been referpented with spark advance system. They actually run a spark plug about that long and they are about 40 bucks apiece and that causes the firing on the landfill gas and then we’ve got a reciprocating motor and generator on the back. They sit there 24/7.

 

President Anderson asked, that methane on something like that it would just burnt off any way wouldn’t it?

 

Terry Beasy stated, yes and in fact if you will recall when we brought it to the Board, we had a evaporator, liquid evaporator, that’s there. That was there prior to this and we hope through White County Economic Development Board, so forth so on the Commissioners to commission enough gas wells to keep the evaporator on line as well and then potentially run the second evaporator vessel off of the exhaust heat from the generator. That would allow us then to have disposal capacity or evaporation capacity of about 20,000 gallons a day of industrial process water, oily water for different streams that can come into that where we actually unlock the water molecules at a low temperature and leave everything else behind. We’ve done some test piloting on oily water, which could be anything like quench water at Indiana Springs where they quench the steel. There is an amount of water that, amount of oil that gets into the water we can actually unlock the water molecule and remove it and leave the oil behind. Sell the oil then back into a used oil recycle so it’s a fantastic opportunity there as well and I’m sure that you will see that coming before the Board here as the primitive process moves forward.

 

Don Ward stated, if you put a ski area on the hill there you would have everything locked in.

 

Terry Beasy stated, probably golf course, that’s what everyone is doing these days.

 

Don Ward asked, we’ll let them golf in the summer…

 

Robert Thomas asked, will that hill ever go down any?

 

Terry Beasy stated, it’s shrinking right now about 10 percent the first year and about 2 percent each year after and that’s what, the decomposing garbage causes that to shrink which is what produces the methane or the fuel source for the generators. It has sank onto itself some 10 almost 9 foot last year as the garbage decomposes the gases created the hill shrinks and then we put more back up on top and it continues to shrink as the methane is produced. If you would like for you to come out, feel free to give me a call, Director Weaver you approved it as well so call me.

 

Jay Clawson stated, thank you.

 

Don Ward stated, thank you.

 

President Anderson asked, if there is no other business…

 

Director Weaver asked, wait, did the Board approve those attorney’s fees?

 

President Anderson stated, oh yes, we have to approve the attorney fees.

 

Don Ward stated, I make a motion that we approve them.

 

President Anderson asked, do I hear a second?

 

Gary Barbour stated, I second.

 

President Anderson stated, all in favor…

 

Jay Clawson stated, I.

 

Don Ward stated, I.

President Anderson stated, raise your right hand.

Jay Clawson stated, yes, they’re approved.

Attorney Altman stated, I think that, that indicated a majority.

President Anderson asked, do I hear a motion to adjourn?

Don Ward made a motion to adjourn.

Charles Mellon 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