April 14, 2008

 

A regular meeting of the City Council was held on Monday, April 14, 2008, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of City Hall.  Mayor Johnson presided.  The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was recited in unison.

 

Councilmen present:

Thomas Adams, Maureen Donker, Bruce Johnson, Hollis McKeag, Joseph Rokosz

Councilmen absent:

None

 

MINUTES

Approval of the minutes of the March 19, 2008 special, March 24, 2008 regular and March 26, 2008 special meetings was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

PROCLAMATION OF RECOGNITION – CHIEF OF POLICE JAMES Q. ST. LOUIS

Communications Coordinator Libby Richart introduced retiring Chief of Police James Q. St. Louis. The following resolution was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

RESOLVED, that the Mayor is authorized to issue the attached Proclamation of Recognition to Midland Chief of Police James Q. St. Louis upon his retirement from the Midland Police Department.  (Motion ADOPTED.)  Mayor Johnson presented James Q. St. Louis with the proclamation of recognition.

 

ZONING PETITION NO. 546

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker introduced Zoning Petition No. 546 – rezoning property at 4228 Bay City Road from Regional Commercial to Community Commercial zoning.  Alex Irigoyen, 3717 Woodlawn, representing the property owners Nicolas and Elaine Rapanos, spoke regarding the rezoning on behalf of the Rapanos family.  A public hearing opened at 7:23 p.m., recognizing no public comments, the hearing closed at 7:23 p.m.   The following ordinance amendment was then offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman McKeag:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1652

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 1585, BEING AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE AND RESTRICT THE LOCATION OF TRADES AND INDUSTRIES AND THE LOCATION OF BUILDINGS DESIGNED FOR SPECIFIC USES, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE HEIGHT AND BULK OF BUILDINGS HEREAFTER ERECTED OR ALTERED, TO REGULATE AND DETERMINE THE AREA OF YARDS, COURTS, AND OTHER OPEN SPACES SURROUNDING BUILDINGS, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE DENSITY OF POPULATION, AND FOR SAID PURPOSES, TO DIVIDE THE CITY INTO DISTRICTS AND PRESCRIBE PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION OF ITS PROVISIONS BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO PROVIDE A COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL ZONING WHERE A REGIONAL COMMERCIAL ZONING DISTRICT PRESENTLY EXISTS.

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  That the Zoning Map of Ordinance No. 1585, being the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland, is hereby amended as follows:

Part of the NW ¼ of the SE ¼, Sec. 24, T14N R2E, City of Midland, Midland Co., MI, desc. as beg S 89 deg 06 min 00 sec E 411.78’ along the E & W ¼ line from the center of said Sec. 24; then cont. S 89 deg 06 min 00 Sec E 380.10’ along the E & W ¼ line; then s 01 deg 47 min 35 sec W 149.85’; then along a 2030.00’ radical curve to the left, having a central angle of 04 deg 39 min 01 sec & a chord bear & dist of S 00 deg 31 min 55 sec E 164.71’; then S 02 deg 51 min 26 sec E 92.71’; then N 89 deg 06 min 00 sec W 374.37’; then N 01 deg 48 min 16 sec E 407.05’ to the point of beginning containing 3.04 acres.

Be, and the same is hereby changed to Community Commercial.

Section 2.  All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect.

Section 3.  This Ordinance shall take effect upon publication.  (Ordinance ADOPTED.)

 

ZONING PETITION NO. 547

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker introduced Zoning Petition No. 547 – rezoning property at 221 W. Wackerly Street from Office Service to Community Commercial zoning.  Rich Fosgitt, Wilcox Professional Services, spoke regarding the rezoning on behalf of the petitioner, Bennett Construction.  A public hearing opened at 7:43 p.m., recognizing no public comments, the hearing closed at 7:43 p.m. The following ordinance amendment was then offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman McKeag:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1653

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 1585, BEING AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE AND RESTRICT THE LOCATION OF TRADES AND INDUSTRIES AND THE LOCATION OF BUILDINGS DESIGNED FOR SPECIFIC USES, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE HEIGHT AND BULK OF BUILDINGS HEREAFTER ERECTED OR ALTERED, TO REGULATE AND DETERMINE THE AREA OF YARDS, COURTS, AND OTHER OPEN SPACES SURROUNDING BUILDINGS, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE DENSITY OF POPULATION, AND FOR SAID PURPOSES, TO DIVIDE THE CITY INTO DISTRICTS AND PRESCRIBE PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION OF ITS PROVISIONS BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO PROVIDE A COMMUNITY COMMERCIAL ZONING WHERE AN OFFICE SERVICE ZONING DISTRICT PRESENTLY EXISTS.

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  That the Zoning Map of Ordinance No. 1585, being the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland, is hereby amended as follows:

Part of Section 4, T14N R2E, City of Midland, beginning 510 feet west of the northeast section corner; thence south 265 feet; thence west 175 feet; thence north 265 feet; thence east 175 feet to the point of beginning. 

Be, and the same is hereby changed to Community Commercial.

The permitted uses are:  Adult foster care large group home, child care centers, colleges and universities, community colleges, cultural facilities, government administration offices, housing for the elderly, residential inpatient treatment facilities, retreat centers, processing of preprocessed and previously manufactured goods, warehousing, wholesale and distributing establishments, pharmacies and drug stores, dental clinics, veterinary clinics, dental, medical and optical laboratories, offices – second floor or above, offices – first floor, adult foster care facility, adult foster care small group home, restaurant, with drive-in or drive-up windows, restaurant, standard, retail sales in an enclosed building, retail strip centers, self-service laundries, shopping centers, beverage bottling, bus and truck storage and repair, commercial bakeries, contractor’s yards, lumber yards, mini-warehouses, self storage facilities, music, art and dance studios, personal service establishments, pet shops, pharmacies and drug stores with drive up windows, photographic studios, radio and television studios and offices, without broadcasting towers, repair service establishments, limited to small appliances, radio, TV, computer, jewelry, watches, upholsterer, shoe repair, and locksmith, repair service establishments of all types, restaurant, carry out, business service establishments, limited to advertising, mailing, reproduction, commercial art, photography, stenographic services, personal supply services, computer programming, data processing and other computer related services, coffee shops, convenience stores, dry cleaning drop-off and pickup locations, funeral homes, greeting card and gift stores, grocery store, interior decorator studios, home improvement store or center, dwelling units on upper floors above business establishments, multiple-family dwellings, townhouses, places of worship, planned unit developments, signs, wireless communications facilities, banks and credit unions with drive-up windows, banquet and conference/meeting facilities, barber shops and beauty shops, vocational, technical, primary, secondary, and trade schools, arcade, commercial amusements, indoor, health clubs and spas, boarding houses as identified on Table 21.1. 

Section 2.  All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect.

Section 3.  This Ordinance shall take effect upon publication.  (Ordinance ADOPTED.)

 

ZONING PETITION NO. 548

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker introduced Zoning Petition No. 548 – rezoning property at 102, 108, 110 and 114 W. Buttles Street from Office Service to Downtown zoning.  Rich Fosgitt, Wilcox Professional Services, spoke regarding the rezoning on behalf of the petitioners.  A public hearing opened at 7:56 p.m., recognizing no public comments, the hearing closed at 7:56 p.m.  Councilman Rokosz disclosed his family owns property near the rezoning site.  City Attorney James Branson concurred that it would not prohibit Councilman Rokosz from voting on this item.  The following ordinance amendment was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1654

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 1585, BEING AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE AND RESTRICT THE LOCATION OF TRADES AND INDUSTRIES AND THE LOCATION OF BUILDINGS DESIGNED FOR SPECIFIC USES, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE HEIGHT AND BULK OF BUILDINGS HEREAFTER ERECTED OR ALTERED, TO REGULATE AND DETERMINE THE AREA OF YARDS, COURTS, AND OTHER OPEN SPACES SURROUNDING BUILDINGS, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE DENSITY OF POPULATION, AND FOR SAID PURPOSES, TO DIVIDE THE CITY INTO DISTRICTS AND PRESCRIBE PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION OF ITS PROVISIONS BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO PROVIDE A DOWNTOWN ZONING WHERE AN OFFICE SERVICE ZONING DISTRICT PRESENTLY EXISTS.

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  That the Zoning Map of Ordinance No. 1585, being the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland, is hereby amended as follows:

Lots 5, 6, 7, 8 and the southwest 25 feet of lot 4, of block 42 of the Original Plat of Midland. 

Be, and the same is hereby changed to Downtown.

Section 2.  All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect.

Section 3.  This Ordinance shall take effect upon publication.  (Ordinance ADOPTED.)

 

ZONING TEXT AMENDMENT NO. 146A

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker introduced Zoning Text Amendment No. 146A – to increase the allowable building height from 28 feet to 76 feet in height in the downtown zoning district.  Rich Fosgitt, Wilcox Professional Services, spoke regarding the rezoning on behalf of the petitioners.  A public hearing opened at 8:12 p.m., recognizing no public comments, the hearing closed at 8:12 p.m. The following ordinance amendment was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1655

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 1585, BEING AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE AND RESTRICT THE LOCATION OF TRADES AND INDUSTRIES AND THE LOCATION OF BUILDINGS DESIGNED FOR SPECIFIC USES, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE HEIGHT AND BULK OF BUILDINGS HEREAFTER ERECTED OR ALTERED, TO REGULATE AND DETERMINE THE AREA OF YARDS, COURTS, AND OTHER OPEN SPACES SURROUNDING BUILDINGS, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE DENSITY OF POPULATION, AND FOR SAID PURPOSES, TO DIVIDE THE CITY INTO DISTRICTS AND PRESCRIBE PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION OF ITS PROVISIONS BY AMENDING THE ZONING ORDINANCE BY INCREASING THE ALLOWABLE BUILDING HEIGHT FROM 28 FEET TO 76 FEET IN HEIGHT IN THE “DOWNTOWN” ZONING DISTRICT. 

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  That Section 26.02 – Schedule of Regulations of Ordinance No. 1585, being the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland, is hereby amended as follows:

Downtown Zoning District Maximum Height 76 feet.

Section 2.  All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect.

Section 3.  This Ordinance shall take effect upon publication.  (Ordinance ADOPTED.  Yeas:  Adams, McKeag, Rokosz   Nays:  Donker, Johnson)

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

No public comments were made.

 

City Council took a 10 minute recess at 8:45 p.m. 

 

SITE PLAN NO.  274

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker and Planning Director Daryl Poprave presented Site Plan No. 274 – Wilcox Professional Services, LLC on behalf of Mid-Michigan Energy, LLC - to construct an electrical generating station located at 4201 S. Saginaw Road on 132.27 acres.

Petitioner -   Janet Vanderpol, Project Manager, MidMichigan Energy, representing LS Power, spoke regarding the MidMichigan Energy site plan and plant project.

Rich Fosgitt, Wilcox Professional Services, reviewed aspects of the engineering project on behalf of the petitioner.

 

City Council took at 10 minute recess at 10:30 p.m.

 

Members of the public speaking in support of the development were: 

David Romenesko, retired scientist from The Dow Chemical Company;

Dr. Robert Meeks, board certified toxicologist, retired scientist from Dow Corning Corporation;

Bob Lofiego, resident of Crane Court;

Jeff Sawyer, operating engineer, resident of Auburn;

Greg Maloney, journeyman iron worker with Local 25 and a lifelong resident of Midland County;

Sid Allen, President and CEO, Midland Area Chamber of Commerce;

Scott Walker, Executive Director for Midland Tomorrow.

 

Members of the public speaking in opposition of the development were:

Dave Letts, 1879 W. Stewart Road;

Bob Haiducek, long time resident of Midland with a background in engineering;

Janea Little, 1051 E. Pine River Road;

Dr. William Gourd, 1024 West Park Drive;

Lori Franson, 224 Helen Street;

Nancy Janoch, 1806 Wyllys Street;

Alda Fagan, 3206 Applewood Drive;

Suzette Zelenak, 4309 Brambleridge Drive;

Daryl Zelenak, 4309 Brambleridge Drive.

 


The following resolution was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

WHEREAS, the City Council has received the recommendation of the City Planning Commission for approval of Site Plan No. 274, the request of Wilcox Professional Services, LLC on behalf of Mid-Michigan Energy, LLC, a request for site plan review and approval for an electrical generating station located at 4201 South Saginaw Road on 132.27 acres; and

WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed the proposed Site Plan No. 274 in accord with the provisions set forth in Sections 27.02(A) and 27.06(A) of the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council does hereby approve Site Plan No. 274, contingent upon the following:

1.   Stormwater runoff and detention systems are designed and constructed in

      accordance with Engineering Department requirements.

2.   Exterior lighting shall comply with Section 3.12 of the Zoning Ordinance.

3.   All roof and ground mounted mechanical equipment shall be screened in

      accordance with Section 6.02(E)(2) of the Zoning Ordinance.

4.   All parking spaces are delineated with “box” style striping per Section 5.01(D)3 of

      the Zoning Ordinance.

5.   All signage shall adhere to Article 8 of the Zoning Ordinance.

6.   The additional site landscaping features shall be installed per the staff report

      comments.

7.   Perimeter landscaping and screening shall be installed per Section 6.05(B) of the Zoning

      Ordinance during the initial clearing, excavation and preparation of the site.

8.   Temporary fire protection measurers shall be in place prior to commencement of above

      grade building construction.

9.   All other regulations shall be complied with, and permits approved by city, county, state,

      and federal agencies prior to commencement of construction or operations as applicable.

(Ordinance ADOPTED.)

 

City Council took a 10 minute recess at 11:40 p.m. 

 

2008-09 PROPOSED BUDGET

Fiscal Services Director David Keenan presented the City Manager’s Proposed 2008-09 Budget.   The following resolution was then offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman Rokosz:

 

WHEREAS, City Council has previously approved, at its regular Council meeting on December 3, 2007, that a preliminary public hearing shall be conducted at 7:00 p.m., Monday, April 28, 2008, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, on the proposed 2008-09 budget; and

WHEREAS, City Council has previously approved at the same meeting that in accord with Section 11.6 of the Charter of the City of Midland, a public hearing shall be conducted at 7:00 p.m., Monday, May 12, 2008, in the Council Chambers of City Hall on the proposed 2008-09 budget; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Manager’s proposed budgets and financial working plans for the 2008-09 fiscal year, prepared in accord with Section 11.3 of the City Charter, are hereby acknowledged as being received by the Midland City Council on this date, as required by Section 11.2 of the Charter, and are ordered placed on file for public examination; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Clerk shall cause notice of said public hearings to be published in the Midland Daily News not less than seven days prior to the appointed date of each; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that copies of the proposed 2008-09 budget of the City of Midland shall be placed on file for public examination during normal business hours at the City Clerk’s office in City Hall, 333 W. Ellsworth Street, and at the Grace A. Dow Memorial Library, 1710 W. St. Andrews Road, in the City of Midland; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Clerk is hereby directed to publish once in the Midland Daily News a comparative summary of the 2007-08 budget and the 2008-09 proposed budget.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

FREEDOM OF INFORMATION ACT DENIAL APPEAL

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, on March 13, 2008 a Freedom of Information Act request was submitted to the City Clerk; and

WHEREAS, on March 17, 2008 the Freedom of Information Act request was denied by the City Attorney; and

WHEREAS, on March 31, 2008 the Freedom of Information Act denial appeal was received by the City Manager’s office; now therefore

RESOLVED, that in accordance with the Freedom of Information Act, the City Council hereby acknowledges receipt of and files the Freedom of Information Act denial appeal and shall schedule the appeal to be placed on the agenda for the regularly scheduled City Council meeting on April 28, 2008. (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

SEWER DISTRICT BOARD OF APPEALS - REAPPOINTMENT

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

RESOLVED, that the City Council hereby reappoints Don Hall and Jim Pollack to the Sewer District Board of Appeals effective July 1, 2008 for three (3) year terms ending June 30, 2011.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER P-08-02

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. P-08-02 filed January 28, 2008 pursuant to Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances to establish traffic control as follows:

            That parking shall be prohibited on both sides of Jefferson Avenue from Eastlawn Drive to 180 feet north.

is hereby made permanent.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER S-08-02

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. S-08-02 filed January 28, 2008 pursuant to Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances to establish traffic control as follows:

            That Sterling Court shall stop for Siebert Street.  

is hereby made permanent.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

TRAFFIC CONTROL ORDER S-08-03

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. S-08-03 filed January 28, 2008 pursuant to Chapter 24 of the Code of Ordinances to establish traffic control as follows:

             That Sterling Drive shall stop for Siebert Street and TCO S-82-08 shall be rescinded. 

is hereby made permanent.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

MICHIGAN AIRBORNE DAY EVENT

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, the 82nd Airborne Division Association, Mid-Michigan Chapter is requesting to hold a second annual reenactment/event at Jack Barstow Municipal Airport on July 19th and 20th, 2008; and

WHEREAS, temporary placement of directional signage related to the event and all other event needs will meet applicable City requirements; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the 82nd Airborne Division Association, Mid-Michigan Chapter event at Jack Barstow Municipal Airport is approved; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the Administrative Staff is hereby authorized to approve future requests if conducted in substantially the same manner.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

BARSTOW AIRPORT SERVICES CONTRACT - ADDENDUM

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, a contract with Quality Aviation Services, Inc., QAS, for operations services at Jack Barstow Municipal Airport has been in place for two years; and

WHEREAS, QAS has demonstrated the ability to provide adequate airport operations services; and

WHEREAS, the Barstow Aviation Advisory Commission has recommended amending the existing contract for a minimum of one year; and

WHEREAS, said contract amendment will authorize the City Manager to renegotiate the terms of the contract for minor changes within spending limits and per City Ordinance on an annual basis; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Council accepts the First Amendment to the Midland City/Jack Barstow Municipal Airport – 3BS Contract for Airport Operations Services as drafted by the City Attorney.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

PURCHASE OF PROPERTY FOR EASTMAN AVE IMPROVEMENT (CHEMICAL BANK)

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, a report has been received from the City Engineer indicating that City of Midland and Chemical Bank have come to terms regarding the purchase of the Chemical Bank site on Eastman Avenue by the City; and

WHEREAS, frontage along said site is required to construct future infrastructure improvements by the City of Midland; and

WHEREAS, Chemical Bank has executed and signed a pending purchase agreement on  March 28, 2008; and

WHEREAS, the purchase price is $500,000 based on two appraisals performed; now therefore 

RESOLVED, that the Chemical Bank  purchase agreement is hereby accepted and the Mayor and City Clerk are authorized to sign the document and the City Manager is hereby authorized to make payments of up to $510,000 for purchase of the Chemical Bank site and associated closing costs; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Attorney is authorized to prepare and execute all of the necessary documents and transactions to complete the sale; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that approval of the purchase agreement is contingent upon approval of the Major Street  budget amendment at the April 28, 2008 City Council meeting.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

PURCHASE OF DIESEL FUEL

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, City Council adopted a resolution on December 17, 2007 that allows the Purchasing Agent to purchase full tankers of unleaded gasoline and diesel fuel exceeding $20,000, and seek approval for the purchase at the next City Council meeting; and

WHEREAS, the volatility of the fuel market does not allow for staff to follow the usual sealed bid process for purchases exceeding $20,000; and

WHEREAS, staff instead uses a competitive bid process whereby fuel vendors fax in prices that are valid for a particular day with the bid awarded to the lowest priced vendor; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the requirements for sealed proposals for the purchase of fuel are waived due to the volatility of the fuel market; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the purchase of 13,400 gallons of diesel fuel from Karbowski Oil of Bay City, Michigan for $43,454.86 executed by the Purchasing Agent on March 26, 2008, is hereby approved.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

PURCHASE OF UNLEADED FUEL

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, City Council adopted a resolution on December 17, 2007 that allows the Purchasing Agent to purchase full tankers of unleaded gasoline and diesel fuel exceeding $20,000, and seek approval for the purchase at the next City Council meeting; and

WHEREAS, the volatility of the fuel market does not allow for staff to follow the usual sealed bid process for purchases exceeding $20,000; and

WHEREAS, staff instead uses a competitive bid process whereby fuel vendors fax in prices that are valid for a particular day with the bid awarded to the lowest priced vendor; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the requirements for sealed proposals for the purchase of fuel are waived due to the volatility of the fuel market; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the purchase of 12,502 gallons of unleaded fuel from Hirschman Oil of Reese, Michigan for $33,480.36, executed by the Purchasing Agent on March 26, 2008, is hereby approved.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

CURRIE GOLF COURSE CONCESSION AGREEMENT

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, the City of Midland desires to have a food concession operation in the Currie Clubhouse; and

WHEREAS, in 2002 the City Council authorized staff to negotiate a concession agreement with interested vendors in light of receipt of a single bid response to a request for sealed proposals; and

WHEREAS, since 2002 three separate vendors have operated food concessions at Currie Clubhouse and none has found it economically beneficial to continue providing the service; and

WHEREAS, the City has entered into negotiations with Catering by Rachel, LLC to provide food service at the facility; and

WHEREAS, the City and the vendor have agreed to terms resulting in no rent being charged to the vendor in exchange for the City reserving exclusive rights to beverage service and a beverage cart operation; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the bid process is hereby waived in accord with Section 2-18 of the Code of Ordinances and the Mayor and City Clerk are authorized to execute a food concession agreement, as drafted by the City Attorney, with Catering by Rachel, LLC to operate a food concession in the Currie Clubhouse.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

2008 SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

Assistant City Engineer Bradd Maki presented a resolution setting a public hearing for the 2008 Sidewalk Improvement Program Hearing of Necessity.  The following resolution was then offered by Councilman Rokosz and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, the City Manager has presented his report to the City Council presenting certain information regarding the installation of sidewalks on certain streets in the City of Midland in conformance with the Code of Ordinances of the City of Midland, said streets being listed as:

   Saginaw Road (south side)            from Dublin Avenue to Northwood Drive

   Saginaw Road (south side)            from Northwood Drive to Perrine Road

   Saginaw Road (south side)            from Perrine Road to Main Street

   Wheeler Street (north side)            from Russell Street to Jefferson Avenue

   Wheeler Street (north side)            from Jefferson Avenue to Washington Street

; and

WHEREAS, the City Council has reviewed and studied said report; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the Council finds and determines that the construction of said sidewalks, as before listed, appears to be necessary public improvements conducive to the general health, convenience and welfare of the people of the City of Midland and that the estimated period of usefulness of said improvement is ten (10) years; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that for the purpose of effecting a savings in cost, the several proposed improvements are combined into one project and that one special assessment district for the purpose of said combined improvements, be and is hereby established to be known as the “2008 SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT” and that said district comprises and includes the following described lands and premises, to wit:

   Saginaw Road (south side)            from Dublin Avenue to Northwood Drive

The North 250 feet of that part of the Northwest ¼ of Section 7, T. 14 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan, lying East of the easterly right-of-way line of Dublin Avenue and West of the westerly right-of-way line of Northwood Drive.

   Saginaw Road (south side)            from Northwood Drive to Perrine Road

The North 250 feet of that part of the Northwest ¼ of Section 7, T. 14 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan, lying East of the easterly right-of-way line of Northwood Drive and West of the north-south ¼ line of said Section 7.

   Saginaw Road (south side)            from Perrine Road to Main Street

The North 250 feet of that part of the Northeast ¼ of Section 7, T. 14 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan, lying East of the north-south ¼ line of said Section 7 and West of the westerly right-of-way line of Main Street.

Wheeler Street (north side)            from Russell Street to Jefferson Avenue

   Beginning at the Southeast Corner of the Southeast ¼ of the Southwest ¼ of Section 4, T. 14 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan; thence North 191 feet, along the north-south ¼ line; thence West 363 feet; thence South 26 feet; thence West 189.5 feet, to the easterly right-of-way line of Russell Street; thence South 165 feet, along the easterly right-of-way line of Russell Street; thence East 552.5 feet, along the south section line to the point of beginning; ALSO;  the South 165 feet of the Southeast ¼ of Section 4, T. 14 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan, except right-of-way for Morning Way.

   Wheeler Street (north side)            from Jefferson Avenue to Washington Street

Lots 8 thru 27 of Jefferson Acres Subdivision in the City of Midland, Michigan; ALSO Lots 220 and 240 thru 246 of Jefferson Acres Subdivision No. 1, being a Replat of Outlots A, B & C of Jefferson Acres Subdivision in the City of Midland, Michigan.

; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the proposed improvement and work to be done thereunder shall consist of constructing sidewalks, in said streets as before listed, and the total estimated cost and expense thereof is one hundred seventy-eight thousand two hundred thirty dollars ($178,230); and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the proportion of the cost and expense of said improvement to be borne and paid for by the City at large shall be one hundred forty-four thousand four hundred fifty-six dollars ($144,456) and that all other costs and expenses of said improvement amounting to thirty-three thousand seven hundred seventy-four dollars ($33,774) shall be borne and paid by special assessments on all lands and premises in said Special Assessment District as established above, in proportion to the estimated benefits resulting thereto from the improvement, determined as near as practicable on a front foot basis; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the report concerning said improvement is hereby adopted and shall be placed on file in the office of the City Clerk, and the same shall be available for public inspection during regular business hours; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Council will meet in the City Hall in said City on Monday, May 12, 2008 at 7:00 p.m., then and there to hear any objections or suggestions on the proposed improvement; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Clerk shall give notice of said hearing of necessity by causing a notice of this resolution to be published once in the Midland Daily News at least one week prior to said hearing date, and that the City Clerk shall also give notice of said hearing date to each property owner subject to special assessment by reason of said improvement, at the address of said property owners to be taken from the latest tax assessment roll in the City Assessor’s office in accordance with Act 162 of Public Acts of Michigan, 1962.  (Motion DENIED.  Yeas:  McKeag   Nays:  Adams, Donker, Johnson, Rokosz)

 

ZONING PETITION NO. 549

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Planning Commission on Tuesday, March 25, 2008 for property located at 215 Fast Ice Drive for the purpose of considering the advisability of amending the Zoning Map of Ordinance No. 1585, the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland; now therefore

RESOLVED, that notice is hereby given that a public hearing will be held by the City Council on Monday, May 12, 2008, at 7:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers, City Hall, for the purpose of considering the advisability of amending the Zoning Map of Ordinance No. 1585, the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland, as set forth in the following proposed Ordinance, which is hereby introduced and given first reading; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that the City Clerk is hereby directed to notify property owners within three hundred (300) feet of the area proposed to be rezoned by transmitting notice on April 25, 2008 and to publish said notice on April 26, 2008.

ORDINANCE NO. ______

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND ORDINANCE NO. 1585, BEING AN ORDINANCE TO REGULATE AND RESTRICT THE LOCATION OF TRADES AND INDUSTRIES AND THE LOCATION OF BUILDINGS DESIGNED FOR SPECIFIC USES, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE HEIGHT AND BULK OF BUILDINGS HEREAFTER ERECTED OR ALTERED, TO REGULATE AND DETERMINE THE AREA OF YARDS, COURTS, AND OTHER OPEN SPACES SURROUNDING BUILDINGS, TO REGULATE AND LIMIT THE DENSITY OF POPULATION, AND FOR SAID PURPOSES, TO DIVIDE THE CITY INTO DISTRICTS AND PRESCRIBE PENALTIES FOR THE VIOLATION OF ITS PROVISIONS BY AMENDING THE ZONING MAP TO PROVIDE A LIMITED COMMERCIAL MANUFACTURING AND RESEARCH (LCMR) ZONING WHERE AN AGRICULTURAL ZONING DISTRICT PRESENTLY EXISTS.


The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  That the Zoning Map of Ordinance No. 1585, being the Zoning Ordinance of the City of Midland, is hereby amended as follows:

PART OF THE SOUTHEAST ¼ OF SECTION 24, T14N R2E, CITY OF MIDLAND, MIDLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN, BEING FURTHER DESCRIBED AS COMMENCING AT THE SOUTHEAST SECTION CORNER OF SAID SECTION 24; THENCE N 89D 15M 36S W, 1889.31 FEET, ALONG THE SOUTH SECTION LINE, TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE CONTINUE N 89D 15M 36S W, 614.57 FEET; THENCE N 01D 48M 25S E 600.00 FEET, PARALLEL WITH AND 150.00 FEET EAST OF, MEASURED AT RIGHT ANGLES, THE NORTH-SOUTH ¼ LINE; THENCE S 89D 06M 00S E, 435.00 FEET, THENCE N 58D 32M 46S E 382.28 FEET; THENCE ALONG THE ARC OF A CURVE TO THE LEFT, AN ARC DISTANCE OF 167.90 FEET, SAID CURVE HAVING A RADIUS OF 260.00 FEET, CHORD BEARING AND DISTANCE OF S 70D 45M 35S E, 165.00 FEET AND A DELTA ANGLE OF 37D 00M 01S ALONG THE SOUTHERLY RIGHT OF WAY LINE OF FAST ICE DRIVE, THENCE S 89D 15M 36S E, 35.55 FEET, ALONG SAID RIGHT OF WAY LINE, THENCE S 25D 34M 34S W, 826.43 FEET TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.

Be, and the same is hereby changed to Limited Commercial Manufacturing and Research (LCMR).

Section 2.  All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect.

Section 3.  This Ordinance shall take effect upon publication.  (Motion ADOPTED.  Considered first reading.)

 

PROPOSED 2008-09 CDBG BUDGET

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, the City of Midland will receive $243,589 in Community Development Block Grant funds for fiscal year 2008-09; and

WHEREAS, an anticipated fund balance of $100,000 will be carried over into the fiscal year; and

WHEREAS, anticipated program income in the amount of $60,000 will be received; and

WHEREAS, it is necessary to provide an opportunity for public input on the proposed expenditure of said funds; now therefore

RESOLVED, that a public hearing will be held on May 12, 2008, for the purpose of receiving public input on the use of federal funds from the Community Development Block Grant Program, as set forth in the attached table.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

PROPOSED 2007-08 BUDGETS & FINANCIAL WORKING PLANS AMENDMENT

The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

RESOLVED, that in accord with Section 11.6 of the Charter of the City of Midland, a public hearing shall be conducted at 7:00 p.m., April 28, 2008, in the Council Chambers of City Hall on the proposal to amend the 2007-08 budgets and financial working plans as follows:

GENERAL FUND

Current

Proposed

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$29,198,475

$29,242,581

    Intergovernmental

3,374,622

3,750,209

    Other revenues

4,918,343

4,663,408

    Transfers from other funds

40,051

40,051

    Fund balance

_15,578,159

_13,989,370

      Total Sources of Funds

$53,109,650

$51,685,619

  Appropriations:

 

 

    General government

$  5,526,646

$  5,093,652

    Public safety

12,746,917

12,986,608

    Public works

2,484,198

2,390,460

    Sanitation

2,355,705

2,381,694

    Parks and recreation

3,827,385

3,936,857

    Other functions

23,089,273

22,248,868

    Transfers to other funds

2,729,526

2,647,480

    Contingencies

       350,000

__________

      Total Appropriations

$53,109,650

$51,685,619

MAJOR STREET FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    State gas and weight tax

$ 2,800,000

$ 2,620,000

    Other revenues

1,635,181

1,648,830

    Transfers from other funds

913,902

1,303,402

    Fund balance

      732,176

   1,015,990

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 6,081,259

$ 6,588,222

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Street maintenance

$ 1,962,418

$ 2,311,552

    Street construction

3,285,380

3,465,380

    Transfers to other funds

813,461

801,290

    Contingencies

        20,000

        10,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 6,081,259

$ 6,588,222

LOCAL STREET FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    State gas and weight tax

$    755,000

$    727,810

    Other revenues

197,500

196,572

    Transfers from other funds

1,403,038

1,403,038

    Fund balance

      203,915

      450,049

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 2,559,453

$ 2,777,469

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Street maintenance

$ 1,231,580

$ 1,511,679

    Street construction

1,087,038

1,077,038

    Transfers to other funds

220,835

168,752

    Contingencies

        20,000

        20,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 2,559,453

$ 2,777,469

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Transfers from other funds

$   719,425

$   655,171

    Other revenues

36,000

28,167

    Fund balance

       70,387

         2,799

      Total Sources of Funds

$   825,812

$   686,137

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Storm sewer maintenance

$   757,312

$   657,637

    Transfers to other funds

58,500

25,500

    Contingencies

       10,000

         3,000

      Total Appropriations

$   825,812

$   686,137

GRACE A. DOW LIBRARY FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$ 2,548,540

$ 2,547,344

    Operating revenues

300,113

315,431

    State funds

45,000

49,298

    Other revenues

432,400

479,621

    Transfers from other funds

802,792

627,950

    Fund balance

        44,617

        44,617

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 4,173,462

$ 4,064,261

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenditures

$ 4,033,820

$ 3,932,889

    Capital expenditures

      139,642

      131,372

      Total Appropriations

$ 4,173,462

$ 4,064,261


COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT FUND    

(CDBG)

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Federal grants

$   611,690

$   635,287

    Program income

       80,000

       80,000

     Total Sources of Funds

$   691,690

$   715,287

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Residential home rehabs

$   264,123

$   168,069

    Other expenditures

165,415

139,294

    Contingencies

8,000

 

    Transfers to other funds

254,152

280,569

    Fund balance

_  _______    

     127,355

      Total Appropriations

$   691,690

$   715,287

CABLE COMMUNICATIONS FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Franchise fees

$   470,000

$   475,848

    Other revenues

22,400

29,913

    Transfers from other funds

       15,000

       15,000

      Total Sources of Funds

$   507,400

$   520,761

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenditures

$   469,765

$   469,440

    Capital expenditures

11,000

15,300

    Contingencies

12,000

5,000

    Fund balance

      14,635    

       31,021

      Total Appropriations

$   507,400

$   520,761

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FUND

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$   400,000

$   416,683

    Other revenues

74,500

47,800

    Transfers from other funds

 

45,890

    Fund balance

     638,661

     261,447

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,113,161

$   771,820

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenditures

$   441,721

$   443,055

    Contingencies

11,700

11,700

    Transfers to other funds

152,000

151,325

    Capital expenditures

      507,740

     165,740

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,113,161

$   771,820

TRANSPORTATION (DIAL-A-RIDE) FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,463,042

$ 1,539,649

    Transfers from other funds

645,910

599,061

    Fund balance

        60,398

        60,398

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 2,169,350

$ 2,199,108

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,581,119

$ 1,655,875

    Other expenses

49,005

49,007

    Capital expenses

532,931

487,931

    Contingencies

          6,295

          6,295

      Total Appropriations

$ 2,169,350

$ 2,199,108

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Contributions and other

$    61,800

$     78,274

    Fund balance

___ _____

       13,126

      Total Sources of Funds

$    61,800

$     91,400

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Other expenditures

$    56,400

$    91,400

    Fund balance

        5,400

__ ______

      Total Appropriations

$    61,800

$    91,400

HOUSING FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Sale of assets and other

$   131,000

$   122,214

    Fund balance

_________

       56,786

      Total Sources of Funds

$   131,000

$   179,000

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Cost of assets sold & other

$   127,000

$   179,000

    Fund balance

         4,000

_________

     Total Appropriations

$   131,000

$   179,000

DEBT SERVICE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$   610,131

$   611,475

    Transfers from other funds

196,861

201,881

    Other revenue

15,000

7,000

    Fund balance

         9,331

        9,331

      Total Sources of Funds

$   813,323

$   829,687

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Transfers to other funds

$   831,323

$   829,687

DDA DEBT SERVICE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Transfers from other funds

$   103,700

$   103,025

 Appropriations:

 

 

    Bond principal

$   100,000

$   100,000

    Bond interest & other

        3,700

        3,025

      Total Appropriations

$   103,700

$   103,025

CIVIC ARENA FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenue

$ 1,127,800

$   998,089

    Other revenue

710,528

151,358

    Transfers from other funds

200,000

200,000

    Working capital

      249,299

      850,094

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 2,287,627

$ 2,199,541

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,032,960

$ 1,119,902

    Capital expenses

22,400

22,400

    Interest expense

291,288

278,193

    Retirement of debt

906,055

751,914

    Miscellaneous expense

24,924

17,132

    Contingencies

        10,000

        10,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 2,287,627

$ 2,199,541

SANITARY LANDFILL FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenue

$ 3,692,500

$ 3,342,911

    Other revenue

790,035

664,912

     Working capital

_ 1,526,862

_ 1,219,393

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 6,009,397

$ 5,227,216

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 2,253,722

$ 2,243,142

    Other expenses

131,160

91,160

    Capital expenses

3,624,515

2,842,914

    Contingencies

_________

____50,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 6,009,397

$ 5,227,216

WASHINGTON WOODS FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,112,548

$ 1,149,216

    Other revenues

157,790

143,002

    Transfers from other funds

10,000

10,000

    Working capital

      149,284

      120,671

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,429,622

$ 1,422,889

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,205,328

$ 1,219,614

    Other expenses

165,849

173,541

    Contingencies

10,000

5,000

    Capital expenses

      48,445

        24,734

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,429,622

$ 1,422,889

RIVERSIDE PLACE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,053,362

$ 1,080,665

    Other revenues

164,000

151,825

    Working capital

      101,335

        73,762

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,318,697

$ 1,306,252

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,089,365

$ 1,074,220

    Other expenses

162,233

158,233

    Capital expenses

47,099

53,799

    Contingencies

10,000

10,000

    Transfers to other funds

        10,000

        10,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,318,697

$ 1,306,252

GOLF COURSE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,236,830

$ 1,066,238

    Other revenues

548,355

10,846

    Working capital

        38,542

      733,857

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,823,727

$ 1,810,941

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,218,166

$ 1,200,855

    Miscellaneous expense

30,961

33,551

    Capital expenses

519,800         

521,735

    Contingencies

5,000

5,000

    Transfers to other funds

       49,800

        49,800

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,823,727

$ 1,810,941

PARKING FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$     90,260

$     86,948

    Other revenues

1,186

 

    Transfers from other funds

45,000

45,000

    Working capital

       30,802

       27,152

      Total Sources of Funds

$   167,248

$   159,100

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$   167,248

$   156,454

    Miscellaneous expense

_________

         2,646

      Total Appropriations

$   167,248

$   159,100

WASTEWATER FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 4,754,868

$ 4,820,388

    Transfers from other funds

987,242

972,123

    Other revenues

103,200

112,400

    Working capital

      211,012

      129,068

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 6,056,322

$ 6,033,979

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 3,379,189

$ 3,441,730

    Other expenses

321,794

330,549

    Interest expense

570,537

567,812

    Capital expenses

849,802

758,888

    Retirement of debt

815,000

815,000

    Transfers to other funds

70,000

70,000

    Contingencies

        50,000

        50,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 6,056,322

$ 6,033,979

WATER FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 8,905,260

$ 9,033,881

    Contractual revenue

1,427,586

1,389,150

    Other revenues

283,510

282,205

    Transfers from other funds

59,997                  

59,997

    Working capital

    2,999,810

    3,059,912

      Total Sources of Funds

$13,676,163

$13,825,145

  Appropriations

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 6,347,048

$ 6,534,922

    Other expenses

592,273

591,773

    Interest expense

627,073

627,074

    Capital expenses

3,976,801

3,941,358

    Retirement of debt

1,908,488

1,908,488

    Transfers to other funds

190,000

190,000

    Contingencies

         34,480

         31,530

      Total Appropriations

$13,676,163

$13,825,145

DATA PROCESSING OPERATIONS

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,073,116

$ 1,073,116

    Other revenues

60,000

39,140

    Working capital

        57,740

        36,819

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,190,856

$ 1,149,07

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$    953,289

$    911,508

    Other expenses

112,567

112,567

    Capital expenses

      125,000

      125,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,190,856

$ 1,149,075

DATA PROCESSING RENTAL FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$   194,100

$   193,975

    Other revenue

      16,693

       14,950

    Working capital

     143,923

       93,508

      Total Sources of Funds

$   354,716

$   302,433

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$   344,716

$   297,433

    Capital expense

       10,000

         5,000

      Total Appropriations

$   354,716

$   302,433

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Transfers from other funds

$   430,000

$   430,000

    Other revenue

14,000

12,000

    Working capital

     187,284

       90,829

      Total Sources of Funds

$   631,284

$   532,829

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$    435,990

$    427,340

    Capital expenses

148,000

88,195

    Contingencies

30,000

 

    Miscellaneous expense

       17,294

       17,294

      Total Appropriations

$    631,284

$    532,829

EQUIPMENT REVOLVING FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 3,556,586

$ 3,510,086

    Other revenues

1,220,821

204,672

    Transfers from other funds

49,800

49,800

    Working capital

_________     

      491,182

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 4,827,207

$ 4,255,740

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 2,414,169

$ 2,449,670

    Other expenses

396,435

396,435

    Capital expenses

1,951,702

1,384,635

    Contingencies

25,000

25,000

    Working capital

        39,901

_________

      Total Appropriations

$ 4,827,207

$ 4,255,74

SERVICE CENTER RENTAL FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$    316,100

$    316,100

    Other revenue

36,000

22,826

    Working capital

      31,430

        35,980

      Total Sources of Funds

$    383,530

$    374,906

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$    258,703

$    255,728

    Capital expenses

111,500

110,851

    Contingencies

10,000

5,000

    Miscellaneous expense

         3,327

          3,327

      Total Appropriations

$    383,530

$    374,906

MUNICIPAL SERVICE ANEX FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds

 

 

    Operating expenses

                                 

$        6,330

    Other revenue

$    200,000

200,500

    Transfers from other funds

      110,051

      110,051

      Total Sources of Funds

$    310,051

$    316,881

  Appropriations

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

 

$         6,330

 

    Capital expenses

$    310,051

310,051

 

    Working capital

_________

             500

 

      Total Appropriations

$    310,051

$    316,881

 

PROPERTY AND LIABILITY INSURANCE FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$    803,365

$    824,373

 

    Working capital

      116,106

        93,952

 

      Total Sources of Funds             

$    919,471

$    918,325

 

  Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$    919,471

$    918,325

 


SPECIAL ASSESSMENT REVOLVING FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$     80,000

$     50,000

 

    Other revenues

     119,000

       65,025

 

      Total Sources of Funds   

$   199,000

$   115,025

 


 Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Transfers to other funds

$     50,000              

$    50,000

 

     Working capital

     149,000

      65,025

 

      Total Appropriations

$   199,000

$  115,025

 

(Motion ADOPTED.)

 

Being no further business the meeting adjourned at 1:34 a.m.

 

 

______________________________________

            Selina Tisdale, City Clerk