Three Cedars Farm gets OK for seasonal activities that were questioned before owner was elected supervisor
The Salem Township supervisor will be able to continue seasonal activities at his Three Cedars Farm if the Township Board follows the Planning Commission’s recommendation, the Observer & Eccentric reported.
In 2011, Whittaker at first canceled Christmas activities at the farm at Six Mile and Curtis roads northeast of Ann Arbor after receiving a letter from the township citing several safety violations. He later brought them back in a limited fashion, and the township pledged to work with him.
Last fall, Whittaker ran for office and defeated then-supervisor Bob Heyl.
Critics accused Whittaker of stacking the Planning Commission in his favor, the newspaper reported.