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9. B. 4.
Approval of a Contract to Pave Emily Corlett South of Kiethen Way.
Jim Dyer, Corporation Counsel, Corporation Counsel
Resolved that the Calhoun County Board of Commissioners does ratify the contract with Frankkesseline, Inc. to pay for the paving of Emily Corlett south of Kiethen Way, as presented.
The Road Department recommends adoption of the resolution as presented.
Emily Corlett is a road segment within the Kesselwood II Site Condominium located north of the City of Marshall, east of 17 1/2 Mile Road and north of G Drive North. The roads in Kesselwood were originally constructed as private by the developer Frankkesseline, Inc., which proceeded to sell units to builders, and individuals, who constructed single family homes based on building permits issued by Marshall Township.
However, in 2000 a group of Kesselwood purchasers petitioned the Calhoun County Road Commission (CCRC) to accept these roads as County local roads, subject to the receipt of Act 51 money to maintain and repair these previously private roads. The CCRC approved the petition and by resolution dated February 21, 2001, accepted most of the developed portions of the roads within Kesselwood. On April 7, 2004, the CCRC adopted a second resolution accepting Meredith Trail, a previously undeveloped road, into the County local road system.
The most recent portion of Kesselwood II to develop is Emily Corlett road, south of Kiethen Way. The northern portion of Emily Corlett had been accepted into the County road system in the original February 21, 2001 CCRC resolution. After selling units on the undeveloped portion of Emilty Corlett the developer placed the first course of asphalt over gravel base. However, since this portion of Emily Corlett had not yet been accepted into the County System, according to its ordinances, Marshall Township was not able to approve more than two building permits on a private road. It was at this point that our research disclosed that Emily Corlett south of Kiethen Way was not yet accepted into the County local road system.
After discussions with the developer and the the Road Department it was agreed that the County would pave this road as if it was a Township local road project, with the developer paying the entire cost of paving. This would permit the engineering department to supervise, material test, and inspect to assure that construction was acceptable to the Road Department since the developers ultimate goal is that this segment of Emily Corlett also be accepted into the County local road system.
Pursuant to Policy 509 the contract has been signed by the Managing Director of the Road Department, and the developer has paid the contract amount in advance, and in full.
As suggested by the Commission.
It is recommended that the Calhoun County Board of Commissioners ratify the contract with Frankkesseline, Inc. for the paving of Emily Corlett south of Kiethen Way, as presented.
None. The cost of the initial paving is covered 100% by the developer. There is no impact on the County General Fund budget.
Contract to Pave Emily Corlett
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