Meeting briefly Monday, the Burns Harbor Advisory Plan Commission voted 4-0
to require developer Cliff Fleming to post a cashierís check if all items on
a punch list arenít repaired/completed by Dec. 28.
The work is
related to Phases 2 and 3 of his The Village in Burns Harbor subdivision; a
bond to ensure repairs are made expires Jan. 4. The items include cracked
curbs and broken inlets.
president Jeff Freeze and attorney Charles Parkinson were authorized to stay
in communication with Hesham Khalil of town engineer Global Engineering and
Surveying about the matter. A special meeting will be called if necessary.
agreed that its next regular meeting will be postponed until Jan. 17 to
allow the new Town Council to make appointments to the board. Freeze, who
was elected to the council, urged residents to submit applications for the
commission and other board appointments pending.
Council member Toni Biancardi, who did not seek re-election, was thanked for
her service on the commission.
secretary Tyler DeMar said the town is going to have to invest in a digital
recording system for minutes of all boards as previous cassette technology
becomes obsolete; he is working with Clerk-treasurer Jane Jordan on the
members Jan Hines, Jerry Price and Bernie Poparad were absent.