MEETING OF THE
March 21, 2011 7:00 p.m.
CALL TO ORDER – Maureen Donker, Mayor
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG
ROLL CALL - Thomas W. Adams
J. Dee Brooks
Bruce A. Johnson
Marty A. Wazbinski
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APPROVAL OF MINUTES:
* 1. Approve minutes of March 9 special, March 14 regular, and March 16 special City Council meetings. TISDALE
2. Adopt revisions of the City of Midland Zoning Ordinance No. 1585, adopted November 8, 2004 (Also see material sent in February 28 agenda packet). BAKER
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3. Approving Site Plan No. 298 – Northwood University – for a 64,132 square foot auditorium and turf building at 4000 Whiting Drive. BAKER
4. Making Traffic Control Orders Permanent: MCMANUS
* a. P-10-16 - restricts parking on the north and south sides of Wanetah Dr. near Jefferson Ave.
* b. P-10-17 - restricts parking on the west side of Woodlawn St. from N. Saginaw Rd. to 200’ north.
* c. R-10-02 – establishes a speed limit of 40 mph on Mark Putnam Rd. from Saginaw Rd. to Schuette Rd.
d. R-10-03 – establishes a speed limit of 35 mph on Perrine Rd. between Saginaw Rd. and Wackerly St.
* e. R-10-04 – establishes a speed limit of 40 mph on Elisenal Dr. from Joe Mann Blvd. to Commerce Dr.
* f. R-10-05 – establishes a speed limit of 35 mph on Schuette Rd. from Mark Putnam Rd. to Waldo Ave.
5. Receiving and filing the 2011 Report for Fire Department Municipal Fees. GARCIA
6. Considering reappointment of incumbents to boards and commissions and establishing a timeline for filling remaining vacancies. RICHART
* 7. Appointing Judd Tanzini to the Planning Commission. RICHART
* 8. Accepting two new streets into the City of Midland Local Street System as required by the Michigan Department of Transportation for Act 51 funding. MCMANUS
9. Considering purchases and contracts:
* a. Diesel Fuel Purchase of March 7 (4/5 vote required). MURPHY
* b. Residential Refuse and Yard Waste Carts. MURPHY
* c. Plymouth Park Pool Repairs. MURPHY
* 10. Receiving and filing the City Manager’s report concerning the Special Assessment District Improvements for the Shopping Area Redevelopment Act (SARA) Assessment District and setting a public hearing of necessity on the proposed improvements (4/11). TISDALE
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