BARODA — The fate of the NIMBY Pond in Baroda Township could be decided at a township planning commission on Jan. 13, the Baroda Township Board heard on Monday.

The site on Hills Road, which holds snowmobile races over open water, operates with a special land use permit that sets specific limits on the use of the property. Owner Mark Schutze has been accused of holding unauthorized events there, including fireworks, “pumpkin chucking,” overnight camping, campfires, and other alleged infractions, any one of which could invalidate his permit, according to minutes of the planners’ Oct. 14 meeting.