Township of Grosse Ile, MI
Wayne County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Township Board of the Township of Grosse Ile 6-28-1993 by Ord. No. 199. Amendments noted where applicable.]
Subdivision control — See Ch. 238.
Zoning — See Ch. 285.
A petitioner, developer or property owner shall be required to post notices upon the land which is the subject matter of a required public hearing before the Planning Commission under Chapter 71, Condominium Projects, or Chapter 238, Subdivision Control, of the Township Code of Ordinances or Article 22, Special Land Use Review, or Article 23, Variances and Amendments, of Chapter 285, Zoning.
The petitioner, developer or property owner shall obtain the required language to be placed upon the notice from the Township Department of Community Development at least one week prior to the date when the notices must be posted.
The posting of notices upon the property shall comply with the following standards:
The notice shall be posted once every 400 feet of road frontage along the perimeter of the property which is the subject matter of the public hearing, with a minimum of one notice facing each road along the property's perimeter.
The notice shall be made in black lettering on an eighteen-inch-wide, twenty-four-inch-high yellow weatherproofed board with a minimum of a one-quarter-inch plywood backing.
The notice shall be firmly attached or secured to a two-inch-by-two-inch or a two-inch-by-four-inch stake or post at locations that are easily observable by the public from abutting roads or sidewalks, but shall not be placed in a location that would obstruct the view of roadway traffic or which would interfere with the effectiveness or obstruct the view of any traffic control device or signal.
The notice shall stand at least three feet off the ground.
The person responsible for posting the notice shall maintain the notice in compliance with all requirements of this chapter until the day following the public hearing and the notice shall then be removed by the person responsible for posting the notice.
The person responsible for posting the notice shall file a signed form at least 10 days prior to the public hearing date which establishes that the person has complied with the requirements of this chapter.
The posted notice is exempt from the Grosse Ile sign ordinance requirements.
Any person who fails to comply with the requirements of this chapter may not proceed with the public hearing.
[Added 7-22-2002]
Penalties for violation of this chapter shall be punishable as provided in Chapter 1, General Provisions, § 1-3. The provisions of Chapter 1, Article II, Municipal Civil Infractions, also apply to violations of this chapter.