Ada planners want to observe takeoffs before acting on private heliport request
A decision on a second private heliport on a 95-acre parcel in Ada Township is still in a holding pattern.
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#1 Mar 27, 2014
The poor slobs in Ada have long since relinquished property rights and the right to unbiased government. If anyone were still an investigative reporter, so much more could be revealed about the "money buys power" tactics in Ada. A helipad? The Amway folks could get a nuclear missile site approved; they've controlled the "elected officials" for a very long time. How about the fact that Ada taxpayers are paying $150,000 a year for a township advisor to help the DeVos's take over the village? Why should a fellow property owner fund the acquisitions of billionaires?
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