Hunwick, Spisz reappointed
Recommended by Oxford Township Supervisor Bill Dunn, Commissioners Ed Hunwick and Michael Spisz were both reappointed to three-year terms on the Planning Commission during the Board of Trustees monthly meeting on Dec. 11.
The terms will become effective in Jan. 2020 and run through Dec. 31, 2022.
Hunwick serves as the commission’s secretary, while Michael Young is the chairman and Thomas Berger is the vice chairman.
In addition to his Planning Commission duties, Spisz – a registered Republican – serves on the Oakland County Board of Commissioners. Overseeing ‘District 3,’ his boundaries include Addison, Brandon, Oakland and Oxford Townships, and Leonard, Ortonville and Oxford Villages.
First elected to the Oakland County board in Nov. 2012, Spisz’s current two-year term runs through Dec. 31, 2020.
Village makes appointments, too
Oxford Village Council voted on a number of board and commission appointments at the Dec. 10 meeting.
The council appointed Lynn Royster and reappointed Jan Burr and Delores Ludwig to the Beautification Commission for three year terms.
Gary Douglas was reappointed to the Planning Commission for a three year term.
Sue Bossardet and Dave Gerber were reappointed to the Zoning Board of Appeals for three year terms.
All appointments passed unanimously.
Filing libel suit
House of Providence, a non-profit organization offering 24-hour care for foster youth who have been neglected, abused or cannot find a permanent home, is involved in a lawsuit. HOP, along with Jason and Maggie Dunn, co-founders of HOP and their minor children have filed a lawsuit against 10 Oxford Township residents who reside in an area commonly referred to as “Horse Country” for libel. Expect to read a report of the allegations in an upcoming issue of The Oxford Leader.