MHC Owner: “Don’t Tread on Me”

LivingstonDaily reports from Michigan the owner of a land lease community (LLC) does not want her property master-planned as a future MHC. Renee MacRitchie, the owner of Songbird Acres, says the designation will decrease the value of her property and neighboring properties as well. According to Putnam Township Supervisor Ron Rau, state law requires the township to have a master plan for an MHC, and MacRitchie’s land is one of three in the township to meet state requirements. Her Livingston County property borders the village of Pinckney, just west of Detroit, which could give it access to an existing wastewater treatment facility. A master plan designation does not automatically rezone property, according to Rau, but MacRitchie contends it paves the way for the township to deny a rezoning request in the future. The Putnam Township Planning Commission will discuss its master plan at its Nov. 14 meeting.

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