White Township has finally resolved its legal dispute with Laurel Management. Solicitor Michael Delaney said last night that the township has settled with Laurel Management for $76,000, half of which is to be paid by the township. This dispute started when Laurel Management did storm water drain work in the Chevy Chase area and discovered old utilities. Laurel Management originally sought compensation in excess of $140,000.
In other business, the township also officially passed a resolution for the Indiana Community University District Plan. Code Enforcement Officer Chris Anderson described the resolution.
The issue of late sewage payments came up during Michael Delaney’s report to the board. There will be a $50 attorney fee attached to late payments that landowners will also be expected to pay if a lean is officially filed.