PUD Ordinance -
Highridge #16 of 2000
CASCADE CHARTER TOWNSHIP
Ordinance #16 of 2000
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE #4 OF 1989, THE
HIGHRIDGE CONDOMINIUMS PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT PROJECT
CASCADE CHARTER TOWNSHIP ORDAINS:
Section 1. Amendments to the Highridge Condominiums PUD Ordinance
Section II of the Ordinance shall be amended in order add the
following legal descriptions:
N 245 FT OF E 335 FT OF SWFRL ¼ ALSO S 290 FT OF N 535 FT OF E 500
FT OF SWFRL ¼.
N 245 FT OF W 165 FT OF E 500 FT OF SWFRL ¼.
THAT PART W ½ SE ¼ LYING N OF A LINE BEING 1695 FT N FROM S SEC
LINE 7 W OF A LINE WHICH IS 260 FT NWLY FROM & PAR WITH FOL DESC LINE
– COM 1695 FT N & 410 FT E FROM S ¼ COR TH NELY TO PT OF ENDING ON E &
W ¼ WHICH IS 511.40 FT E FROM CEN OF SEC ALSO PART SE ¼ COM 1695 FT N
& 150 FT E FROM s ¼ COR TH W 150 TH S TO NLY LINE OF STL US16
RELOCATED TH NELY TO BEG EX THAT PART LYING S OF S 1/8 LINE.
Section IV of the Ordinance (the first paragraph) shall be amended
to read as follows:
The Premises occupies a 30.9 acre tract of land that may be
developed in phases over a period of time. The Premises will not
contain more than 95 residential dwelling units that will be sold as
Section VI of the Ordinance shall be amended to read as follows:
A. Maximum Number of Residential Units – The maximum number of
residential units shall be limited to 95 units.
H. Development Entrance – The Premises shall be served by two
(2) entrances onto Burton Street meeting Kent County Road
Commission standards. The West entrance drive shall be allow for
all turning movements into and out of the development. The East
entrance drive shall allow for all turning movements into and out
of the. Said improvement shall be completed to the satisfaction of
the Kent County Road Commission and the Township Engineer.
Furthermore the East entrance drive will also serve as the
entrance drive for all heavy construction vehicles during the
construction of the remaining condominium units, with the
exception of unit #7 (the first building in the next phase) which
shall be allowed to use the existing West entrance road for
construction vehicles. Construction vehicles shall be prohibited
from using the West entrance road.
Section IX of the Ordinance shall be amended to read as follows:
D. The developer shall be responsible to pay an amount equal to
the total cost of design and construction of a 5-foot wide,
concrete sidewalk along their entire Burton Street frontage and
also including the area East of their road frontage to the
centerline of Spaulding Ave extended. The total cost shall be
estimated by the developer and reviewed by the Township. This
amount shall be deposited by the developer with the Township and
will be held in escrow. The escrowed amount shall be used by the
Township to design and construct a 10-foot wide, non-motorized
trail along the development frontage when the Township Board deems
appropriate. The developer shall also provide the Township with
any easements necessary for the construction of the non-motorized
Section 2. Effective Date.
This PUD Ordinance amendment shall become effective upon
publication in the Grand Rapids Press, a newspaper of general
circulation within Cascade Charter Township.
Section 3. Effect.
The Cascade Charter Township Zoning Ordinance, as amended, and the
remainder of Ordinance #4 of 1989, except as otherwise expressly
amended herein, shall remain in full force and effect.
The foregoing Ordinance amendment was offered by Board Member
Goodyke, supported by Board Member Parrish. The roll call vote being
YEAS: Johnson, Julien, Carpenter, Goodyke, Timmons, Kleinheksel,
Cascade Charter Township Clerk
I hereby certify the foregoing to be a true copy of an Ordinance
adopted at a regular meeting of the Cascade Charter Township Board on
the 18th day of October 2000.
Cascade Charter Township Clerk
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