REGULAR MEETING OF THE MIDLAND CITY COUNCIL

City Hall, 333 W. Ellsworth Street, Midland, Michigan

June 22, 1998 7:30 p.m.

AGENDA

CALL TO ORDER - R. Drummond Black, Mayor

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG

ROLL CALL - R. Drummond Black

John S. Coppage

John W. Tysse

John R. Moolenaar

Marty A. Wazbinski

CONSIDERATION OF ADOPTING CONSENT AGENDA ITEMS:

All resolutions marked with an asterisk are considered to be routine and will be enacted by one motion. There will be no separate consideration of these items unless a Council member or citizen so requests during the discussion stage of the "Motion to adopt the Consent Agenda as indicated". If there is even a single request the item will be removed from the consent agenda without further motion and considered in its listed sequence in regular fashion.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES:

* 1. Approve minutes of June 8 regular City Council meeting. KOVACEVICH

PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS, RECOGNITIONS:

2. Recognition of Governor John Engler's 5th Annual Community Service Award Winners: TISDALE

a. Terry Pruitt

b. Eileen and Hugh Starks

c. Garrett Russell

3. Midland Foundation's Twenty-fifth Anniversary. SCHROEDER

PUBLIC HEARINGS:

4. Amend 1997-98 Major Street Maintenance Fund Budget to recognize and provide for the appropriation of unanticipated revenue from payments in lieu of special assessments. (Also see material sent in June 8 agenda packet.) MCMANUS

PUBLIC COMMENTS, IF ANY, BEFORE CITY COUNCIL. (Please sign up before meeting with City Clerk)

ORDINANCE AMENDMENTS:

5. Second reading and adoption of amendments to Sections 21-31, 21-40 and 22-41 and the adoption of Section 21-27 of the Code of Ordinances to increase various permit fees. MCMANUS

6. Second reading and adoption of an ordinance amending Chapter 21 of the Code of Ordinances to increase fees for inspection of sanitary sewer and storm sewer connections. BUSH

7. First reading of an ordinance amending Chapter 21, Sec. 21-43(b)(6), of the Code of Ordinances to increase fees for inspection of sanitary sewer and storm sewer connections. BUSH

8. Second reading and adoption of an amendment to the City of Midland Filtered Water Rate Ordinance. BUSH

9. Second reading and adoption of an amendment to the City of Midland Sewer Ordinance. BUSH

10. First reading of an ordinance amending Chapter 2 of Article XIII of the Code of Ordinances to provide a payment in lieu of taxes (P.I.L.O.T.) for: SCHROEDER

a. Grove Street Commons I, a 6-unit residential housing project on the corner of East Indian and State Streets.

b. Grove Street Commons II, a 6-unit residential housing project on the corner of East Indian and State Streets.

RESOLUTIONS:

* 11. Approving the standard T-hangar lease agreement at Barstow Airport and authorizing the City Manager to execute future standard T-hangar lease agreements. HAMMOND

12. Authorizing July 1998 tax levies: DRYZGA

* a. Downtown Development Authority

* b. Midland Public Schools for summer property tax levy

* c. Midland County Educational Service Agency for summer property tax levy

* d. Bay City Public Schools for summer property tax levy

* e. Bay Arenac Intermediate Schools for summer property tax levy

* f. Special Assessment Installments and Accounts Receivable

13. Considering contracts and purchases:

* a. Employee Assistance Program Contract. KYRITSIS

* b. 1998 US-10 BR/M-20 Joint Repairs; Contract No. 22. HAMMOND

14. Resolutions setting public hearings:

* a. Accepting the special assessment roll for the 1998 Sidewalk Improvement Special Assessment District and setting a public hearing on the roll (7/13). DRYZGA

* b. Request to close the south end of Woodlawn Street at its intersection with North Saginaw Road, resulting in a cul-de-sac (7/20). SCHROEDER

* c. Request to allow access to the north side of West Wheeler Street approximately 300 feet west of the intersection of Jefferson Avenue (7/20). SCHROEDER

* d. Zoning Petition No. 433 - rezone 2.23 acres on the north side of Eastlawn Drive west of Abbott Road from Business A to Residential B (7/13). SCHROEDER

* e. Zoning Text Amendment No. 130A to amend the Zoning Ordinance to include Permitted Uses After Special Approval in Article V--Residential A-1, A-2, A-3 and A-4, Article VII--Residential B, Article XIV--Business A, Article XVIII--Business C, Article XXII--Industrial A, and Article XXIII--Industrial B (7/13). SCHROEDER

f. Request for Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificates from The Dow Chemical Company and Dow Agrosciences within the Michigan Division Dow Chemical Company Plant Rehabilitation District No. 1 relating to three new facilities and one rehabilitation facility (7/20): DRYZGA

1. Capacity expansion of one of the specialty chemical businesses. The expansion will be constructed in a new building and includes related machinery and equipment.

2. Capacity expansion in two research and development facilities. The facilities produce fine specialty chemicals and pharmaceuticals. The expansion will be constructed in existing buildings.

3. Replacement of a process dryer system in the Saran Polymers Plant. This project will utilize an existing building and includes related machinery and equipment.

4. Installation of processing equipment to manufacture two new products. The manufacturing process will take place in three existing buildings which will be modified to accommodate the processing of these products.

NEW BUSINESS: