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Planning Commission

Dave Horney, Chair  (term ends 12/31/16 current hold-over until successor is appointed by Township Board)
8254 Boettner Road
Saline, MI  48176
(734) 320-5336
dave.horney@tetratech.com

Calvin Messing, Vice Chair (term ends 12/31/18)
(734) 428-0598
cmessing1@yahoo.com

Mark Iwanicki, Member (term ends 12/31/18)
(517) 456-7557 
rmiwanicki@hotmail.com

Member (Vacancy to be filled by Township Board appointment)

Board Representative (Vacancy to be filled by Township Board appointment)


Planning Commission Agendas and Meeting Minutes
*Please note draft minutes are available from the Township Clerk 8 business days after the meeting to which the minutes refer and are posted online after they are approved by the Planning Commission.

Master Plan for Bridgewater Township

The Master Plan is a comprehensive document, long-range in its view, and includes specific goals, objectives, and public policy recommendations regarding land use and future growth.  Per the Michigan Planning Enabling Act (Public Act 33 of 2008, as amended), the plan is intended to serve as a guide for future Township decision-making related to land use, community development, and capital improvement projects.  The Master Plan was originally adopted in 2001 and updated in 2006 and 2014. Please review the following documents to see what is planned for the future of Bridgewater Township.

All Master Plan documents are in PDF file format, which requires Adobe Acrobat Reader software to view.  If you do not have Acrobat Reader on your computer, you may download it for free from Adobe's Web site.

A PDF version of the Master Plan document can be downloaded directly from the following links:

Master Plan Documents

Related Documents

  • Master Plan Survey results, January 2006
  • Wireless Facilities Draft Plan for Bridgewater Township & Manchester Township

Mission Statement

The Bridgewater Township Board of Trustees adopted a mission statement at its December 20, 2006 meeting: "To provide our constituents a people-focused approach to public service built upon the simplicity and efficiency of rural government where all public bodies work closely together to be more responsive to the public's needs."

January 28, 2007 1:18 pm

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