The moratorium on construction of the Thompson Road Corridor was extended for 60 days following the vote by the Fenton Township Board of Directors on Tuesday, June 7.

The moratorium applies to rezoning applications, land divisions, subdivision approvals, special land use permits, building permits and site plan approvals. It does not apply to basic maintenance, interior construction work, the repair or installation of utility installations, the demolition or repair of items presenting a risk to health and public safety, and it does not apply to permits granted before the effective date of the temporary authorization. moratorium.

On Tuesday, February 15, the Fenton Township Board of Directors unanimously approved a resolution to place a 180-day moratorium on development in the area due to increased interest in the land. The Township of Fenton Planning Commission used the time to develop a sub-area plan to address health, safety and welfare concerns before allowing new projects and developments.

“The Thompson Road Corridor Plan will address concerns about sewer capacity, traffic flow and identifying compatible land uses. The Planning Commission has recommended circulating the draft Thompson Road Corridor Plan for comments from the public, surrounding communities, county agencies and other interested parties,” according to a letter from zoning administrator Michael Deem.

He asked the council to extend the moratorium for another 60 days to allow the plan to be completed. The planning commission will hold a public hearing on August 11, 2022, and the township council may give final approval at the August 23 meeting.

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