Posted by The Huron Hub | May 19, 2023
A developer in Huron Township received a violation notice for cutting down trees without the proper permit, according to a story posted by WDIV-Local 4.
According to the report, residents in the neighborhood owned by Infinity Homes said the construction project is destroying a cherished wooded area and wetlands near their houses.
WDIV said it checked with the state to confirm that the developer had all the permits, and the state revealed they did not have a final issued permit to chop down the trees.
On Wednesday, the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy issued a notice finding Infinity Homes in violation of Michigan wetland law, citing unauthorized activity including tree clearing and soil disturbance, WDIV said.