Encroachment Resolution

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Encroachment ResolutionOn May 1, 2012, the DNR will launch an Encroachment Resolution Initiative (ERI), aimed at resolving many of these encroachment cases without fear of penalties. By resolving these cases, DNR staff can re-focus their efforts and resources on properly managing the public's land and the state's natural resources.

The application period for the ERI will be May 1 to Dec. 31, 2012. During that time, an individual may make an application to the DNR to resolve their encroachment case on public land. There is no fee to file an application.

How Will the ERI Work?

The ERI is intended to offer individuals with structural or historic encroachments a limited time to legally resolve their encroachments on public land at a minimum cost and without fear of penalties.

Once an individual makes an application, their case will be reviewed by DNR staff. If the encroachment is historic, meaning it can be documented to be in existence prior to March 1, 1973, the DNR staff will file a "quit claim" deed to transfer the property to the individual after a new survey and boundaries are determined.

Individuals with a structural encroachment involving a permanent structure on public land erected after March 1, 1973 will be able to purchase the land in dispute once the property research is complete and proof has been established. To speed up the resolution process during the ERI, the DNR will waive application fees and streamline its land sale process for the individuals seeking a resolution to their encroachment.

Individuals with non-structural encroachments, such as fences, gardens or other non-permanent structures, should remove the item(s) from public land.

After the application period closes on Dec. 31, any existing or new cases of encroachment that were not brought forward will be dealt with through DNR enforcement procedures. The ERI is meant to be an incentive program for property owners encroaching on public land to provide a streamlined and legal process to resolve their trespass issue.

 

Individuals with questions on the ERI should contact Lori Burford, the DNR's encroachment specialist, at 989-275-5151, ext. 2100 or via email at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. .

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Meridian Land Surveying has invested in the latest technologies to ensure our clients’ needs are met.  We currently run (2) two fully robotic total stations – Trimble S6 DR+300 and Trimble 5603 DR+200. For GPS applications we currently run a full RTK setup consisting of a Trimble 4800 base and Trimble 4800 rover.  To cover large areas in GPS applications Meridian Land Surveying  uses a Topcon Hiper Gb Rover with a Raven XT Modem to dial into the MDOT (Continuously Operating Reference Stations) Server in Lansing.  We rely heavily on our technology investments to promote and maintain efficiency on all projects.

Services

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Having worked for both large corporations and small businesses has enabled Mr. McArdle to obtain a vast background of experience within the broad spectrum of commercial and residential surveys relating to A.L.T.A. / A.C.S.M. Land Title Surveys, Boundary / Lot Surveys, Land Divisions, GPS Surveys, Condominiums / Subdivisions, Topographic Mapping, Engineering Design Surveys, Architectural Surveys, Wetland Mapping, Telecommunication Surveys, GIS Mapping, Construction Staking, F.E.M.A. Flood Elevation Certificates LOMA's, State of Michigan Remonumentation, Engineering Site Plans...etc.

  • ALTA/ACSM Land Title Surveys
  • Mortgage Surveys
  • Boundary Surveys
  • Land Divisions
  • F.E.M.A. Flood Elevation Certificates
  • Engineering Design, Architectural And Topographic Surveys
  • MDOT Contractor Staking

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Welcome to Meridian Land Surveying. You or someone you know is more than likely trying to resolve an issue regarding land. You'll be happy to know that you've come to the right place. Meridian Land Surveying provides Professional Land Surveying Services, throughout the State of Michigan. Meridian Land Surveying was incorporated in 2007 by owner and operator Greg M. McArdle, PS. Mr. McArdle has close to 20 years of experience regarding all sizes of surveying projects from working on the General Motors Global Headquarters - Renaissance Center, Detroit to a Residential Lot survey in your neighborhood.

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