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        Festival                               favorites. The Together Band will perform
                                               starting at 8 p.m., covering favorite hits from
                                               the 60s and 70s. BINGO will also be avail-
        FROM PAGE 1                            able from 8-9 p.m. near the Amphitheater
                                               Stage, provided by Canton Club 55+ and the
        crowds and certain stimuli. Visit www.can-  Canton Optimist Club.  For a small fee, par-
        tonlibertyfest. com to learn more about the  ticipants can play for a chance to win prizes.
        2019 Liberty Fest Step Challenge. Festival-  Canton LIVE! Stage highlights Friday
        goers who log the most steps could win big!  include Canton's Largest Ice Cream Social,
           The Taste of Liberty Fest and the Beer  featuring an ice cream science show with
        and Wine Garden will again be located near  Dr. Nitro, Silver Sounds DJ, strolling enter-
        the Amphitheater, where seating has been  tainment, and ice cream available for pur-
        generously provided by IKEA. Satisfy taste  chase from several vendors from 7:30-9:30
        buds throughout the festival at the Taste of  p.m.
        Liberty Fest, where participating area   Friday Amphitheater Stage entertain-  Heritage, this special showcase will feature  take a turn performing their own stunts.  A
        restaurants will present their local special-  ment will feature: Michigan Roads, who will  cultures from around the world, such as:  Mobile Escape Room will be available for
        ties and compete for bragging rights in a  entertain audience members with live  Indian, Chinese, Sri Lankan, and more!  At 8  participants to make a quick escape for a
        taste contest presided over by Canton  acoustic music from multiple genres from 5-  p.m., Circle of Sound will perform a variety  small fee from 1-11 p.m.
        Supervisor Pat Williams. Participants  7 p.m. and Cancel Monday, Detroit's premier  of R&B, Classic Rock, as well as top 40 hits.  Hydration and misting stations will be
        include: Chop Stick House; Cold Stone  wedding band, will perform favorite top 40  Saturday Amphitheater Stage highlights  available throughout the park giving festi-
        Creamery; Krispy's Fish & Chicken; and  hits from 8-10 p.m.                  include: Paint and Pour classes every 90  val-goers a chance to cool off.  Walk on the
        more. Stop by the Taste of Liberty Fest for  Saturday highlights include the 24th  minutes from 2-8 p.m., where 21 and over  Wild Side, featuring Oasis Animals all day
        signature menu items from these restau-  Annual Pancake Breakfast, sponsored by  participants can enjoy an adult beverage in  Friday and Saturday, will give all ages the
        rants from 4-10 p.m. on Thursday and 10  the Canton Lions Club from 8-11 a.m. at the  the Beer and Wine Garden and create a  chance to get up close and personal with
        a.m.-10 p.m. on Friday and Saturday. From  North Pavilions. Chris Cakes of Michigan  mini-canvas for just $20; Community  some barnyard and exotic animals.
        4-11 p.m. Friday and Saturday  a variety of  returns to flip pancakes high onto plates for  Showcase performances will also take place  Be sure to check out merchandise from
        food trucks will be parked near the    those brave enough to catch them. Stop by  from 2-4 p.m., featuring Spotlight Players,  local artisans, crafters, businesses and ven-
        Amphitheater; the tentative line-up    for a tasty breakfast and make this a Liberty  Atomic Pom, and Evaline Productions.  dors around the large pond at Liberty Fest
        includes: C.A.Y.A. Smokehouse Grill,   Fest tradition; while supplies last.    Metro Detroit singer-songwriter Lisa Mary  Marketplace from 4 p.m. until dusk Friday
        Impasto, Naughty Boy's Rolled Ice Cream,  Canton Leisure Services is again joining  will take the stage from 4-5:30 p.m., perform-  and from 11 a.m. until dusk Saturday.
        Nu Deli Sandwiches, PitStop Eatery     forces with Running Fit to host the 8th  ing country music hits; Weekend Comeback  Liberty Fest returning favorites include: the
        Company, Simply Spanish, Time 2 Chill  Annual Liberty Run, including 5K, 10K, and  will perform a variety of covers from the 60s  Scholastic Book Fair; D&M Face-Painting;
        Detroit Gelato Truck, and others  The  One Mile events. Participants are encour-  to today's top hits from 6:15-7:30 p.m.; and  LEGO Station provided by MichLUG
        Canton Firefighters' #2289 Charity     aged       to       register      at  Blue Spectrum will hit the stage from 8-10  (Michigan LEGO Users Group); Spin Art;
        Foundation will host “Box Alarm BBQ,” a and run, walk,  p.m. playing favorite hits featuring a special  and more!
        gourmet BBQ stand on-site at the       or stroll in these events. Participants will  Queen tribute.                   The Liberty Fest Car and Truck Show
        Amphitheater beginning at 11 a.m.      also receive finisher medals, as well as a  Other Festival highlights include: Canton  will be open from 8 a.m. until 3 p.m
        Saturday.                              race T-Shirt. Plus, running theme-awards  Club 55+'s annual Liberty Fest Picnic for  Saturday, presented in partnership with
           On all three days of Liberty Fest, the  will be handed out to the best Stars, Stripes,  seniors from 5-7 p.m. Thursday, June 13 at  United Street Machine Association Customs
        Canton Rotary Club and the Plymouth-   and Superheroes running outfit.       the Heritage Park Amphitheater.       & Rods.
        Canton Optimist Club will be hosting a Beer  A special Wounded Warrior Yoga session  Participants will enjoy a picnic-style meal,  The highlight of the festival will be a
        and Wine Garden, which is sponsored by  is planned at the Amphitheater from 10-11  plus transportation to the Concert in the  spectacular fireworks display set for dusk
        O&W Distributors, from 4-10 p.m. Thursday  a.m. Saturday to benefit the Wounded  Park - all for just $10 for Summit members,  Saturday.
        and Friday and from 10 a.m. until 10 p.m.  Warrior Project.  This fundraiser will be led  $11 for Canton residents or $13 for non-resi-  Festival-goers are reminded that no dogs
        Saturday. Refreshments include a selection  by Dan Nevins, a professional speaker who  dents. BINGO will also be available for an  are allowed on festival grounds and all
        of craft beers, hard ciders, and wine.  travels the globe instructing yoga and moti-  additional fee. For details, call (734) 394-  bikes must be parked in a bike corral.  New
        Festival-goers must be 21 years to purchase  vating participants with inspirational mes-  5485.                    this year, a convenient Uber, Lyft, or parent
        these adult beverages.                 sages of leadership, perseverance, and over-  Other Festival highlights for both Friday  drop-off/pick-off spot has been designated
           Thursday, June 13 activities and enter-  coming adversity.  Register for this fundrais-  and Saturday include: special interactive  on Civic Center Boulevard in front of the
        tainment includes Glow Zumba, which will  er, which is presented by Old Glory Flags  circus-themed performances and demon-  Canton Public Library main parking lot. For
        take place from 9-10 p.m. on the Canton  and Flagpoles, online in advance at  strations will be offered by Cirque Amongus  more information, visit www.cantonliber-
        LIVE! Stage. Music and instructors will be or at the event  from 1-6 p.m., where audience members can or call (734) 394-5460.
        provided - just come ready to move and  for $10.
        wear glow in the dark gear. Participants are  Other Saturday Canton LIVE! entertain-                 CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF CANTON
        asked to bring a water bottle to keep hydrat-  ment highlights, include: the International            ACCESS TO PUBLIC MEETINGS
        ed during this free event.             Festival cultural performances and displays
           Beginning at 5 p.m. Thursday, The   which will begin at 11:30 a.m. and will con-  The Charter Township of Canton will provide necessary, reasonable auxiliary aids and services to individuals with disabilities at
                                                                                      the meeting/hearing upon notice to the Charter Township of Canton.
        Favorites will perform at the Heritage Park  tinue most of the day.  Presented by the
        Amphitheater, delivering classic rock  Canton Commission for Culture, Arts and  In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 ("ADA"), the Charter Township
                                                                                      of Canton will not discriminate against qualified individuals with disabilities on the basis of disability in its services, programs,
                                                                                      or activities.
                                                                                      Employment: The Charter Township of Canton does not discriminate on the basis of disability in its hiring or employment prac-
                                                                                      tices and complies with all regulations promulgated by the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission under Title II of
                                                                                      the ADA.
                                                                                      Effective Communication: The Charter Township of Canton will generally, upon request, provide appropriate aids and services
                                                                                      leading to effective communication for qualified persons with disabilities so they can participate equally in the Charter Township
                                                                                      of Canton's programs, services, and activities, including qualified sign language interpreters, documents in Braille, and other
                                                                                      ways of making information and communications accessible to people who have speech, hearing, or vision impairments.
                                                                                      Modifications to Policies and Procedures: The Charter Township of Canton will make all reasonable modifications to policies
                                                                                      and programs to ensure that people with disabilities have an equal opportunity to enjoy all of its programs, services, and activi-
                                                                                      ties. For example, individuals with service animals are welcomed in the Charter Township of Canton's offices, even where pets
                                                                                      are generally prohibited.
                                                                                      Anyone who requires an auxiliary aid or service for effective communication, or a modification of policies or procedures to par-
                                                                                      ticipate in a program, service, or activity of the Charter Township of Canton should contact the office of Barb Brouillette, Human
                                                                                      Resources Coordinator, Charter Township of Canton, 1150 S. Canton Center Road, Canton, MI  48188, (734) 394-5260 as soon
                                                                                      as possible but no later than 48 hours before the scheduled event.
                                                                                      The ADA does not require the Charter Township of Canton to take any action that would fundamentally alter the nature of its
                                                                                      programs or services, or impose an undue financial or administrative burden.
                                                                                      Complaints that a program, service, or activity of the Charter Township of Canton is not accessible to persons with disabilities
                                                                                      should be directed to Barb Brouillette, Human Resources Coordinator, Charter Township of Canton, 1150 S. Canton Center Road,
                                                                                      Canton, MI  48188, (734) 394-5260.
                                                                                      The Charter Township of Canton will not place a surcharge on a particular individual with a disability or any group of individu-
                                                                                      als with disabilities to cover the cost of providing auxiliary aids/services or reasonable modifications of policy, such as retriev-
                                                                                      ing items from locations that are open to the public but are not accessible to persons who use wheelchairs.
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                                                                                      Charter Township of Canton Board Proceedings – May 28, 2019 A regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of the Charter
                                                                                      Township of Canton was held Tuesday, May 28, 2019 at 1150 S. Canton Center Rd. Canton, Michigan. Supervisor Williams
                                                                                      called the meeting to order at 6:00 p.m. and led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag. Members Present: Anthony, Foster, Graham-
                                                                                      Hudak, Siegrist, Slavens, Sneideman, Williams Members Absent: None Staff Present: Director Hohenberger, Director Meier,
                                                                                      Human Resources Manager Conley Motion by Siegrist, supported by Anthony to approve the agenda as presented. Motion car-
                                                                                      ried unanimously. Motion by Siegrist, supported by Anthony to approve the Board Meeting Minutes of May 14 & May 21, 2019
                                                                                      as presented. Motion carried unanimously. Public Comment was held. Motion by Slavens, supported by Foster to approve pay-
                                                                                      ment of the bills as presented. Motion carried unanimously. Presentation: Human Resources Update Human Resources manag-
                                                                                      er Kerreen Conley provided an update on the Human Resources office. Motion by Siegrist, supported by Anthony to enter into
                                                                                      closed session under Section 8(c) of the Open Meetings Act for the purpose of strategy and negotiation sessions connected with
                                                                                      the negotiation of a collective bargaining agreement at 6:48 p.m. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Siegrist, supported by
                                                                                      Anthony to return from closed session at 7:25 p.m. Motion carried unanimously. Item PH-1 Host Public Hearing and Consider
                                                                                      Approval of the Leisure Services 2017 5-Year Park Master Plan Amendments Motion by Siegrist, supported by Slavens to
                                                                                      open the public hearing for comment on the Leisure Services 2017 5-Year Park Master Plan Amendment to pages 80-81 at 7:26
                                   Charter Township of Canton                         p.m. Motion carried unanimously. Motion by Anthony, supported by Foster to close the public hearing at 7:29 p.m. Motion car-
                                                                                      ried unanimously. Motion by Siegrist, supported by Sneideman to approve adoption of the amendment to pages 80-81 of the
                                        Invitation to Bid                             Leisure Services 2017 5-Year Park Master Plan. Motion carried unanimously. Item C-1. Consider Approval of MDOT Permit
                                                                                      for Michigan Avenue Welcome Sign Replacement Motion by Siegrist, supported by Slavens to approve the Supervisor to sign
         NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that The Charter Township of Canton, 1150 Canton Center S., Canton MI will accept single prime  the Michigan Department of Transportation Permit for Special Trunkline Maintenance for replacement of the Canton Welcome
         sealed bids at the Office of the Clerk up to 3:00 pm Thursday June 27, 2019 for the following:  sign located in the center island of the Michigan Avenue road right-of-way near Denton Road. Motion carried unanimously. Item
                                                                                      G-1. Consider Final Approval of the Park Creek Planned Development District and Preliminary Approval of the Site Plan
                                   FIRE STATION NO. 2 PROJECT.                        for Park Creek Condominiums Motion by Siegrist, supported by Slavens to approve the following resolution. Motion carried
                                                                                      unanimously. Resolution Of Board of  Trustees Charter  Township of Canton, Michigan  Approval of the Final Planned
         Bid documents will be available to prospective bidders on June 6, 2019.  Bid documents can be electronically downloaded from  Development and Preliminary Site Plan for Park Creek of Canton Site and Detached Condominiums WHEREAS, the
         the Michigan Inter-Governmental Trade Network (MITN) website @    Project Sponsor has requested final approval of the Planned Development for Park Creek of Canton and preliminary Approval
                                                                                      of the Site Plan for Park Creek of Canton Site and Detached Condominiums on property located on the northwest corner of Beck
         Questions should be directed to PARTNERS in Architecture, PLC, preferably in writing and via email.  Forward questions to:  and Geddes Roads; and,  WHEREAS,  the Planning Commission reviewed the Final Planned Development agreement  Last day for questions is June 17, 2019.      Preliminary Site Plan for Park Creek of Canton and voted 8-0 to recommend approval of the request as it meets all applicable
                                                                                      criteria for a planned development and the site design guidelines of the zoning ordinance;  NOW THEREFORE BE IT
         There will be a Pre-Bid Meeting, for all contractors wishing to submit a bid on Thursday, June 13, 2019, at 10:00am. Pre-  RESOLVED, the Board of Trustees of the Charter Township of Canton, Michigan does hereby grant final approval of the Park
         Bid Meeting will be held at Fire Station No. 2, located at 41500 Warren Road, Canton, MI 48187.  All contractors are encour-  Creek of Canton Planned Development and preliminary approval of the site plan for Park Creek of Canton Site and Detached
         aged to attend.                                                              Condominiums on parcel nos. 116-99-0002-710 and 116-99-0002-711, as proposed, subject to any and all applicable state and
                                                                                      local development regulations. Item G-2. ConsiderApproval of an Extension of the Contract with ARC Document Solutions
         This project includes:                                                       for Continuation of Phase 2 of the Building & Inspection Services Division Document Scanning Project Motion by Siegrist,
            A new, single story Fire Station Building and associated site improvements will be constructed adjacent to the existing  supported by Slavens to approve an extension of the professional services contract with ARC Document Solutions for comple-
            Fire Station Building.  The existing building will remain operational while the new building is being constructed.  Once  tion of Phase 2 of the Building & Inspection Services Document Scanning Project in an amount not-to-exceed $30,000. Motion
            the new building is completed and ready for occupancy, the existing building will be demolished.  Once demolished, the  carried unanimously. Item G-3. Consider Approval of a Budget Amendment and Award of a Purchase Order Contract to
            balance of the sitework will be completed.  Project also includes demolition of other structures on the site.  The project  M-Tech for the Purchase of a GapVax Combination Sewer Cleaning Truck Motion by Siegrist, supported by Slavens to
            will need to be completed in phases to maintain the existing building operations, contractor to coordinate with Fire  approve the following budget amendment: Increase expense: #592-537.970_0040 Capital Outlay Vehicles: $465,551 Decrease
            Department.  Refer to conceptual phasing plans included in the construction document set.       Expense: #592-536.999 Transfer to fund balance: $465,551 Motion by Siegrist, supported by Sneideman to award a purchase
                                                                                      order contract to MTech for an amount not-to-exceed $465,551 for the purchase of a GapVax combination Sewer Cleaning unit.
         Make proposals on the bid form supplied in the project manual. No oral or telegraphic proposals or modifications will be con-  Item G-4. Consider Approval for Security System Upgrades for Township Facilities  Motion by Siegrist, supported by
         sidered.  Submit with each bid, a certified check or acceptable bid bond payable to the Charter Township of Canton, in an amount  Slavens to approve Interstate Security, 51233 ORO Drive, Shelby Twp., MI 48315 for the upgrade of security camera systems at
         equal to five percent (5%) of the total bid.                                 the Administration complex, Summit on the Park and Canton Sports Center buildings in the total amount of $121,885 to be paid
                                                                                      from the following accounts: • Summit on the Park Account #208-757.-50.970_0010 Capital Outlay Computers and Equipment
         Bids may not be withdrawn for a period of sixty (60) days after the scheduled time of opening bids, without the consent of the  in the amount of $30,000. • Canton Sports Center Account # 101-755-50.970_0010 Capital Outlay in the amount of $20,000. •
         Owner.  The Township reserves the right to reject any or all bids received and to waive any formalities in regard thereto.  In addi-  Facility Maintenance Capital Improvement Account #101-265.970_0020 Capital Outlay in the amount of $54,585. • Public
         tion, the Township reserves the right to evaluate bids on any basis determined by the Township to be in the best interest of the  Safety Account #207-301.-50.763_0020 OMNIBUS Forfeiture in the amount of $17,300. The contract extensions will be for a
         Township and to consider alternate bids if the low bidder(s) does not comply with the project requirements or are otherwise deter-  period of three years each pursuant to the original contracts. Motion carried unanimously. Additional Public Comment: None
         mined to be unqualified.                                                     Adjourn: Motion by Anthony, supported by Sneideman to adjourn at 7:49 p.m. Motion carried unanimously.
                                      Michael Siegrist, Clerk                           Copies of the complete text of the Board Minutes are available at the Clerk’s office of the Charter Township of Canton, 1150
                                                                                        S. Canton Center Rd, Canton, MI 48188, 734-394- 5120, during regular business hours or be accessed through our web site
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