‘Who pays for what?’ re-mains KLHA concern

By: 
Scott Sullivan
The township board voted 5-0 to table the proposal. “I’d rather we go through our attorneys’ concerns and financial red flags before we decide,” said trustee Roy McIlwaine. “We still need more clarity,” supervisor Bill Wester said.

Saugatuck Township isn’t ready to take the plunge into joining the Kalamazoo Lake Harbor Authority. As it hasn’t for four-plus years.

The township board July 6 — with KLHA officers, cities of Douglas and Saugatuck representatives and a draft resolution declaring its intent to consider joining present — tabled acting based on a lawyer’s letter expressing concerns about the agreement.

Defining who pays for what remains an issue, township attorney Scott G. Smith said.

For full story, pick up a copy of the July 14 Commercial Record or subscribe to the e-edition.

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