Chelsea passes property ordinance, resolution
CHELSEA – The city of Chelsea recently passed an ordinance and a resolution related to municipal property at regularly scheduled city council meeting at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 7.
During the meeting, the Chelsea city council unanimously voted to declare a former city fire station and 0.62 acres of land on Chesser Drive next to Applebee’s. Mayor Tony Picklesimer said the fire station has been out of commission at least since the beginning of his term a year ago.
According to Picklesimer, the city is in the beginning stages of trying to sell the property to Kelly Page Orthodontics.
The city also passed an ordinance to authorize Picklesimer to negotiate and make a down payment on property located next to the Chelsea Community Center.
“We already own 25 acres that join that property,” Picklesimer said. “If the
While the city currently is unsure of future plans for the property, Picklesimer said they will likely pass a final resolution on Thursday, Nov. 16.