REGULAR MEETING OF THE MIDLAND CITY COUNCIL
City Hall, 333 W. Ellsworth Street, Midland, Michigan
June 9, 2003 7:00 p.m.
CALL TO ORDER - R. Drummond Black, Mayor
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
ROLL CALL - R. Drummond Black
Mary C. Currie
Daryl L. Griggs
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 May 19 regular City Council meeting. KOVACEVICH
PROCLAMATIONS, AWARDS, RECOGNITIONS, PRESENTATIONS:
2. Presentation by Joy Brooks, Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, of National Flood Insurance Program Award to City of Midland. LYNCH
3. Establishment of the Dow Corning Corporation Brownfield Redevelopment Site Plan No. 1. (Also see material sent in April 28 agenda packet): DUSO
a. Considering the designation of a Brownfield Redevelopment Zone
b. Considering the approval of a Brownfield Redevelopment Plan
4. Request from the Dow Corning Corporation for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate within the Dow Corning Corporation Industrial Development District relating to building improvements, machinery and equipment. The facility is intended to provide for an increase in the manufacturing capacity of a silicone product used primarily in the personal care industry. (Also see material sent in May 19 agenda packet). ELBERS
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5. Request from residents of Dilloway Drive area to discuss the Dilloway Drive widening project. MCMANUS
6. First reading of amendments to the Code of Ordinances: LYNCH
a. Amendment to Chapter 22 by adding a new article and sections called Addresses under Article IV of Chapter 22, Sections 22-70 and 22-71.
b. Amendment to Chapter 34-5 Municipal Civil Infractions of the Code of Ordinances by adding 34-5(6) Article IV, Chapter 22 Addresses.
7. First reading of an amendment to Section 28-163, Div. 3 – Rates of, the City of Midland Sewer Ordinance. BUSH
8. First reading of an amendment to Sections 21-34 and repeal of Section 21-35 of Article I of Chapter 21 of the City of Midland Rates, Charges and Fees Ordinance. BUSH
9. Approving the final plan for Carolina Cove Condominiums, a Planned Unit Development of 47 residential units in 30 buildings, to be built on 6.74 acres west of Abbott Road, north of Betsey Drive and south of Alta Court. LYNCH
* 10. Authorizing execution of Subrecipient Agreements for award of CDBG funds to the Reece Community Living Endeavor, the Salvation Army, West Midland Family Center, the Literacy Council, Midland Area Homes, Safe Haven Outreach Center and the Council on Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault. LYNCH
* 11. Approving annexation of property located at 1881 N. Perrine Road. LYNCH
* 12. Authorizing execution of the Amended Administrative Consent Order (ACO-SW99-014), making October 1, 2004 the new due date for submitting the Flow Monitoring Study to the MDEQ. BUSH
13. Making Traffic Control Orders permanent: MCMANUS
* a. D-03-02 – traffic signal control at the intersections of Jefferson Avenue and Sugnet Street, Wheeler Street, Wackerly Street, and Joe Mann Boulevard shall operate in “color” mode from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., 7 days per week.
* b. D-03-03 – traffic signal control at the intersections of Wheeler Street and Washington Street, and Wheeler Street and Swede Avenue shall operate in “color” mode from 6:30 a.m. to 10:00 p.m., 7 days per week.
* c. S-03-05 – Ellsworth Street shall stop for Lyon Road and Lyon Road stop for Ellsworth Street, thus making a three-way stop.
14. Authorizing July 2003 tax levies: ELBERS
* a. Midland Public Schools for a summer property tax levy.
* b. Midland County Educational Service Agency for a summer property tax levy.
* c. Bay City Public Schools for a summer property tax levy.
* d. Bay-Arenac Intermediate Schools for a summer property tax levy.
* e. Delta College for a summer property tax levy.
* 15. Approving the levy of taxes for the July 2003 tax roll for special assessments and accounts receivable. ELBERS
16. Considering purchases and contracts:
* a. Employee Assistance Program Contract. SPEESE
* b. Labor Agreement - Police Officers Labor Council/Midland Police Command Group. SPEESE
* c. St. Charles Park Lighting. MCGUIRE
* d. Calcium Oxide – Water Treatment Plant. BUSH
* e. MEDC Economic Development Services Contract. FISHER
* 17. Accepting the Special Assessment Roll for the 2003 Sidewalk Improvement Special Assessment District and setting a public hearing on the Roll (6/23). ELBERS
18. Adjourning to a closed session to discuss pending litigation. BRANSON
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