REGULAR MEETING OF THE MIDLAND CITY COUNCIL
City Hall, 333 W. Ellsworth Street, Midland, Michigan
April 10, 2000 7:00 p.m.
CALL TO ORDER - R. Drummond Black, Mayor
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
ROLL CALL - R. Drummond Black
John S. Coppage
Hollis H. McKeag
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 March 20 regular and March 27 special City Council meetings. KOVACEVICH
2. Zoning Petition No. 454 – to amend the zoning map by zoning property on the west side of Vance Road north of Isabella Street to Residential A-1. (Also see material sent in March 20 agenda packet.) SCHROEDER
3. Zoning Text Amendment No. 138A – amending the zoning ordinance of the City of Midland by amending Article II – Construction of Language and Definitions, Section 2.1 (22) Family, to restrict the number of unrelated persons residing in a dwelling unit. (Also see material sent in February 28 agenda packet.) SCHROEDER
4. Show Cause Hearing for Silver Dollar Saloon (Also see material sent in March 13 agenda packet.). DUSO
PUBLIC COMMENTS, IF ANY, BEFORE CITY COUNCIL. (Please sign up before meeting with City Clerk)
5. Second reading and adoption of an ordinance creating the Cable Access Advisory Commission. DUSO
6. Presenting the City Manager’s Proposed 2000/01 Budget and setting two public hearings on the budget (4/24 and 5/8). FISHER
7. City of Midland’s Community Development Industrial Revolving Loan Fund Program: SCHROEDER
* a. Approving modifications to the Revolving Loan Fund Guidelines, to be administered by the Midland Economic Development Council.
* b. Approving appointment of members to the Revolving Loan Fund Review Board.
* 8. Authorizing agreement with Midland Mall Marketing Fund, Inc. for a Beautification Advisory Committee Poster Exhibit at Midland Mall. OSTGARDEN
9. Approving annexation of 40.11 acres on Joseph Drive, east of Jefferson Avenue and north of the soccer fields, from Larkin Township, through the Joint Resolution Process. SCHROEDER
* 10. Correcting the legal description in Ordinance No. 1466, rezoning land from Office-Service 2 to Business B-1 in Block 35 of Carpenter and Hines addition. SCHROEDER
11. Referring to the Planning Commission for consideration and recommendation a request to change a street name: SCHROEDER
* a. Bradley Road to Bradley Court
* b. Wyllys Street east of Dawn Drive to East Wyllys Court and Wyllys Court west of Dartmouth Drive to West Wyllys Court.
* 12. Making Traffic Control Order D-00-01 permanent – that the traffic signal at Joe Mann Boulevard and Jefferson Avenue operate on full color from 8:15 a.m. – 10:00 p.m. MCMANUS
* 13. Approving the sale of a C.H.O.I.C.E. house at 308 Bradley Road. SCHROEDER
* 14. Receiving and filing the 1999 Annual Report for the Saginaw-Midland Municipal Water Supply Corporation. BUSH
* 15. Approving the proposed Saginaw-Midland Municipal Water Supply Corporation Capital Improvement and Emergency Repair Fund 2000-01 Budget. BUSH
16. Considering contracts and purchases:
a. Value Engineering Consultant Contract for proposed sanitary sewer system improvements. MCMANUS
* b. 2000 Pavement Crack Sealing Program; Contract No. 15. MCMANUS
* c. 2000 Love & Sugnet Water Main Replacement Contract; Contract No. 12. MCMANUS
* d. MDOT Contract No. 00-5102 – reconstruction of North Saginaw Road from Drake Street to Eastman Avenue. MCMANUS
* e. Liquid Chlorine Contract– Water & Wastewater Treatment Plants. BUSH
* f. Rental of Two Scrapers with Operators – Landfill. BUSH
17. Considering special event requests: DUSO
* a. United Steelworkers of America District 2 Labor Rally – April 13.
* b. Tri City Libertarian Party Amplified Sound Request – April 15 & 17.
* c. Celebrate Midland – September 4.
* d. Chili Taste-Off – September 23.
18. Setting public hearings:
* a. 2000 Sidewalk Improvement Program Hearing of Necessity (5/15). MCMANUS
b. Proposed application to obtain State Revolving Loan Funds for the financing of an Overflow Storage Basin (5/15). BUSH
* c. Budget amendment for projected spending in certain funds with budgets or financial working plans (4/24). MOL
* d. Amendment of the Transportation (Dial-A-Ride) Financial Working Plan (4/24). MOL
* e. Budget amendment for Downtown Development Authority Fund (4/24). MOL
* f. Budget Amendment for Various Capital Projects (4/24). MOL
TO CONTACT THE CITY WITH QUESTIONS OR FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:
Citizen Comment Line: 837-3400
City of Midland website address: www.midland-mi.org
City of Midland email address: email@example.com
Government Information Center: located near the reference desk at the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library