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Addison Township Planning Commission Grants Special Use Approval to Library

July 1, 2020


Addison Township Planning Commission Grants Special Use Approval to Library

In a unanimous vote last night, the Addison Township Planning Commission granted the Library’s request for “Special Use” which would allow for the construction of Addison Township’s first Library building on the donated land across Rochester Rd. from the Library’s current location.

This approval marks an important development in the plans for the new Library. The donated land is currently made up of three separate zoning types, and “Special Use” permission was required in order to construct the Library on the parcel.

New Building Funding Status
Details on the project status, site plan, building design, and our fundraising progress can be found on the website of the Addison Township Public Library Capital Campaign,


Addison Twp. Library

Jaema Berman, Library Director

1400 Rochester Rd.

Leonard, MI 48367

(248) 628-7180

Addison Twp. Library Board of Trustees

James Baldiga, President

1400 Rochester Rd.

Leonard, MI 48367


Phase I Tree Clearing Has Commenced

It’s starting to look like a Library…

The wood and wood chips have been left on-site for pickup by residents.  If you’re interested in some of the wood, please make sure to check the schedule for wood pickup and complete a liability release form, available at the library.


Everyone is welcome to help us document the progress.

Look on the telephone pole on the North East corner of the lot for this small bracket.  Just place your phone on the block of wood, take a picture, and share it on social media with the hashtag #ATPL.