REGULAR MEETING OF THE
CALL TO ORDER – Bruce A. Johnson, Mayor
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
ROLL CALL - Thomas
Bruce A. Johnson
Hollis H. McKeag
James S. Myers
Joseph M. Rokosz
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.
Information on each agenda item is available by clicking on the number of the item.
APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
* 1. Approve
minutes of February 18 special and February 20 regular
2. Zoning Petition No. 527 to amend the zoning map by rezoning property at 4600 Bay City Road from Agricultural to Community Zoning (Also see material sent in February 13 agenda packet). LYNCH
3. Request from the Dow Corning Corporation for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate relating to the purchase of real and personal property at the Midland Plant to provide for an up-to-date infrastructure (Also see material sent in February 13 agenda packet). DUFORD
4. Request from the Dow Corning Corporation for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate relating to the purchase of personal property at the Midland Plant to upgrade the Specialty Chemical businesses three major supply chains (Also see material sent in February 13 agenda packet). DUFORD
5. Request from the Dow Corning Corporation for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate relating to the purchase of real and personal property to upgrade and expand three major supply chains at Midland plant’s Core Products business (Also see material sent in February 13 agenda packet). DUFORD
6. Amendment to the 2005-06 budget of the Dial-A-Ride fund to recognize unanticipated revenues from Federal and State grants and provide additional appropriations for the purchase of two new buses (Also see material sent in February 20 agenda packet). MCGUIRE
7. 2005-06 Community Development Block Grant budget: LYNCH
a. Amendment to the 2005-06 Community Development Block Grant budget by transferring $55,000 from zero interest deferred payment loans to acquisition of property for the CHOICE Housing Program (Also see material sent in February 20 agenda packet).
the Purchase Agreement for the purchase of a house at
a. Amendment to the 2005-06 Major Street Maintenance Fund budget to recognize additional revenue from County Road Millage, and unanticipated revenue from outside contributions, and to increase appropriations to transfer additional funds to the Major Street Construction Fund (Also see material sent in February 20 agenda packet).
b. MDOT Contract No. 05-5520 BR-US10 Mill and Resurfacing Work and Adjacent Landscaping.
PUBLIC COMMENTS, IF ANY, BEFORE CITY COUNCIL. (Please sign up before meeting with City Clerk)
9. Introduction and first reading of ordinances amending fees for recreation programs: MCGUIRE
a. Sec. 21-71 of Div. 2 of Article II of Chapter 21 – Golf Course fees.
b. Sec. 21-72 of Div. 3 of Article II of Chapter 21 – Swimming Pool fees.
c. Sec. 21-73 of Div. 4 of Article II of Chapter 21 – General Recreation fees.
Site Plan No. 250 to construct a 3,500 seat baseball stadium on approximately
21 acres bounded by
* 12. Approving
the Purchase Agreement for the sale of a CHOICE house at
* 13. Accepting an Easement Agreement from Consumers Energy to vacate a 15’ private easement for public utilities in connection with Harris Park Subdivision. LYNCH
* 14. Recommending approval of the request from Genji Midland, Inc. to transfer ownership of a Class C licensed business from Genji Japanese Steak House, LLC. DUSO
15. Making Traffic Control Orders permanent: MAKI
* a. S-05-16 – Mammoth Pines shall stop for
* b. S-
* 16. Receiving quarterly financial
statements of the City of
application to the State of
* a. Naming the City
* b. Giving the City
* 18. Requesting
an exchange of federal funds for state funds for the reconstruction of
* 19. Receiving
and filing the City
* 20. Approving request from the DDA to place directional signs to promote events being held within the DDA district. DUSO
* 21. Recognizing Crime Stoppers as a non-profit organization in the community for purpose of registering with the Charitable Gaming Division of the Michigan Lottery. DUSO
22. Considering purchases and contracts:
* a. Bituminous Materials. MCGUIRE
* b. Concrete. MCGUIRE
* 23. Setting a public hearing to amend the 2005-06 General Fund budget to recognize unanticipated refunds from a prior year construction project and to increase appropriations to transfer additional funds to the General Construction Fund (3/20). MAKI
to a closed session to discuss pending litigation, specifically Midland
Cogeneration Venture Limited Partnership vs. City of.
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Citizen Comment Line: 837-3400
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Government Information Center: located near the reference desk at the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library