White Pigeon Township officials said a Klinger Lake property owner has complied with a request to clean his lawn of building materials and other debris.
During Tuesday’s White Pigeon Township Board of Trustees meeting, supervisor Don Gloy said a site inspection he and township attorney Lance Thornton conducted at 68222 Klinger Lake Road resulted in a satisfactory resolution to the issue.
The property, owned by Sturgis resident Eric Pierson, was ordered by the township to be cleared of rubbish, building materials and debris on private property.
Township Supervisor Don Gloy said a June 26 inspection of the property found the lawn was mowed, all the debris, cement blocks and building materials were off the property.
A letter from a neighbor of Pierson’s property was read, and indicated gratitude to the township board for the action it took on the issue.