So how was your weekend? Mine had a very unexpected surprise. I’m the new Chair of the LPM.
For those who missed the convention this past weekend, I’d like to bring you up to date. The LEC now consists of four officers and the five at-large directors have been replaced by five functional directors. All of the functional director positions were NOT filled at convention. I am looking forward to hearing from our membership and expect the vacancies to be filled. We are in need of a Communications Director, Newsletter Director and a Development Director. I hope to fill all of these positions at our first LEC meeting.
Scotty Boman is our Vice Chair, James Hudler is our Secretary, and Will White has stayed on as our Treasurer. As for the functional director positions, Greg Dirasian is the Membership Director and Leonard Schwartz is our Political Director.
The first formal meeting of the LEC will be at the Lansing office on June 12.
I hope to meet with every affiliate before our first LEC meeting. I need to know what your expectations are of me and I’d like to let the membership know what my plans are for the coming year.
One of my main concerns will be getting the LPM website cleaned up and updated. I envision our opening page to be a welcome page to non-members. Webmaster is quite a task and I’m hoping to put together a team of web experts.
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Unsuccessful in their secretive push two years ago to remove property rights with a "Soil Erosion and Sedimentaion Control" law, the Hillsdale County Commissioners are trying to grease us up and get ready for a much broader "Land Use Ordinance". To do this, they scheduled a series of hearings through Michigan State University.
Key Points as of April 19:
1. "Land Use Ordinances" will regulate your use of your
land, and tax it, for example, with a sewer tax—but without
elected Representation. Hillsdale County’s Planning board is
appointed, not elected.
And controlled growth are achieved with nearly no public input, but plenty of input from the local planning board and County board members.
I have attended these hearings, to clarify key points and raise objections.
Also attending are Cary Champion of my affiliate, and two members of the Michigan Coalition for Return to Constitutional Government.
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