In the Matter of:  Diehl Consolidated Drain




NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN to you as a person liable for an assessment that the Board of Determination, comprised of Paulette Hatchett, Helen Le Blanc, John Leonard, and Dennis Williams (Alternate), will meet on Tuesday, January 9, 2024, at 6:30 p.m. at the Delhi Charter Township Community Services Center, 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt, MI 48842, to hear all interested persons and evidence and to determine whether the actions prayed for in a Petition dated June 27, 2023, for the cleaning out, relocating, widening, deepening, straightening, tiling, extending, improving, relocating along a highway, providing structures, mechanical devices and pumping equipment, adding lands, and adding branches and a relief drain of the Diehl Consolidated Drain, located and established in Delhi Charter Township, is necessary and conducive to the public health, convenience, or welfare in accordance with Sections 72 and 191 of Act No. 40, PA 1956, as amended.


Proceedings conducted at this public hearing will be subject to the provisions of the Michigan Open Meetings Act. You are further notified that information regarding this meeting may be obtained from the Ingham County Drain Commissioner. Persons with disabilities needing accommodations for effective participation in the meeting should contact the Ingham County Drain Commissioner at the number noted below (voice) or through the Michigan Relay Center at 711 (TTY) at least 24 hours in advance of the meeting to request mobility, visual, hearing, or other assistance. Minutes of the meeting will be on file in the following office: Ingham County Drain Commissioner’s Office, 707 Buhl Avenue, Mason, Michigan 48854.


YOU ARE FURTHER NOTIFIED that persons aggrieved by the decisions of the Board of Determination may seek judicial review in the Circuit Court for the County of Ingham within ten (10) days after the determination. If the actions prayed for in the Petition are determined to be necessary and conducive to the public health, convenience, or welfare, a special assessment may be levied against properties that benefit from the project. A landowner, or party of interest in property to be assessed, or their agent, may appear in person to comment on the necessity of the project. 


Dated: December 13, 2023 Patrick E. Lindemann

Ingham County Drain Commissioner

Phone: (517) 676-8395



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