April 13, 2009

 

A regular meeting of the City Council was held on Monday, April 13, 2009, 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 23, 2009 regular meeting was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

UPDATE ON MDOT PROJECTS

City Engineer Brian McManus introduced Terry Palmer, Manager of the Michigan Department of Transportation’s Mt. Pleasant Service Center, who gave an update to the community on various projects in Midland.   The following resolution was then offered by Councilman Rokosz and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) provided an update  report to City Council regarding various projects in the City of Midland including a potential roundabout at the intersection of Eastman Avenue and Saginaw Road, a potential traffic signal and access management measures on M-20 at and near Vance Road, and widening work on Eastman Avenue; now therefore

RESOLVED, that City Council hereby receives MDOT’s report regarding various projects located within the City of Midland.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

ARBOR DAY

Director of Public Services Karen Murphy introduced a proclamation naming April 24, 2009, as Arbor Day in Midland.  The following resolution was then offered by Councilman Rokosz and seconded by Councilman McKeag:

 

RESOLVED, that the Mayor is authorized to issue the attached proclamation designating Friday, April 24, 2009, as Arbor Day in the City of Midland.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

CURBSIDE RECYCLING PROGRAM

Director of Public Services Karen Murphy introduced a request by Republic Services to re-negotiate the curbside recycling contract and staff recommendation to suspend the program until the recycling commodities market rebounds.  Tom Mahoney of Republic Services spoke regarding the change in pricing.  A public hearing opened at 7:45 p.m. Speaking in support of retaining the curbside recycling were:  Virginia Jossi, 5316 Gardenbrook; John Davis, 213 Norfolk, President of Midland Volunteers for Recycling (MVFR); Esther Seaver, 602 E. Brooks Road, MVFR Director; Linda Malekadeli, 6205 Indian Ridge; Emily Lyons, 2702 Haywood Circle, Lincoln Township; Kim and Steve Fortier, 5808 Sturgeon Creek Parkway, owners of Brady Recycling; Julia Schmidt, Treasurer, MVFR; Terry Townley, citizen of Midland; Katherine Rings, 5006 Foxpoint Circle; Larry Pillepich, Midland resident.  Speaking in support of the staff recommendation to suspend the recycling program was Tom McCann, 3310 Jefferson Avenue; Bill Oviatt, 3516 Chippewassee Trail, inquired as to how recycling is currently funded; and Randy Gray, 5220 Hedgewood Drive, felt the issue should be put to a vote of the people.  The public hearing closed at 8:25 p.m.  The following resolution for once a month collection was then offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, Republic Services, Inc. requested to renegotiate the current curbside recycling contract based on a downturn in the recycling commodities market; and

WHEREAS, the current contract has a provision that states either party may request to renegotiate the per unit price paid to the contractor if the market value for the recyclables collected substantially changes; and

WHEREAS, staff provided City Council with options to continue curbside recycling at an increased cost to the City; and

WHEREAS, the option to continue the program with collection reduced to once per month will minimize the increase in cost to the City to maintain curbside service; and

WHEREAS, City Council held a public hearing on Monday, April 13, 2009 to receive public input on the recommendation; now therefore

RESOLVED, that staff is hereby authorized to restructure the current curbside recycling program to include once a month collection to minimize the increase in cost associated with the continued provision of curbside recycling service.  (Motion ADOPTED.  Yeas:  Adams, Donker, Johnson, Rokosz   Nays:  McKeag)

 

ZONING PETITION NO. 557

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker presented information on Zoning Petition No. 557 – to rezone property at 6500 and 6501 Airport Road from Lincoln Township zoning to Limited Commercial, Manufacturing and Research (LCMR) zoning district.  A public hearing opened at 8:58 p.m.  Kathleen Kemp, 1800 N. Stark Road, representing the Caldecourt acreage adjacent to the petitioned property, spoke in opposition to the rezoning.  Elizabeth Jackson, Stark Road, spoke in opposition to the rezoning.  JW Fisher, 920 W. Sugnet, spoke in support of the rezoning.  Scott Walker, Executive Director of Midland Tomorrow, spoke in support of the rezoning.  Bruce Beckett, 4108 Dyckman, spoke in support of LCMR zoning and the enhancements it can provide to the community.  The public hearing closed at 9:21 p.m.  The following ordinance amendment was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Rokosz:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1673

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 ZONING WHERE A LINCOLN TOWNSHIP 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:

COMMENCING ON THE EAST AND WEST QUARTER (1/4) LINE OF SECTION 36, TOWNSHIP FIFTEEN NORTH (T15N), RANGE ONE EAST (R1E), LINCOLN TOWNSHIP, MIDLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN, 659.85 FEET EAST OF THE WEST QUARTER (1/4) CORNER OF SAID SECTION 36 FOR THE PLACE OF BEGINNING; RUNNING THENCE SOUTH 330.07 FEET; RUNNING THENCE WEST 659.85 FEET TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 36; RUNNING THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID WEST LINE 125.2 FEET; RUNING THENCE EAST 208 FEET; RUNNING THENCE SOUTH 104 FEET; RUNNING THENCE WEST 208 FEET TO THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 36; RUNNING THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID WEST LINE 50 FEET; RUNNING THENCE EAST 329.93 FEET; RUNING THENCE SOUTH 396.09 FEET; RUNNING THENCE WEST 329.93 FEET; RUNNING THENCE SOUTH ALONG THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 36 TO THE SOUTH ONE-EIGHTH (1/8) LINE OF SAID SECTION 36; RUNNING THENCE EAST ALONG THE SOUTH ONE-EIGHTH (1/8) LINE OF SAID SECTION 36 TO THE WEST ONE-EIGHTH (1/8) LINE OF SAID SECTION 36; RUNNING THENCE NORTH ALONG SAID WEST ONE-EIGHTH (1/8) LINE TO THE EAST AND WEST QUARTER (1/4) LINE OF SAID SECTION 36; RUNNING THENCE WEST ON THE EAST AND WEST QUARTER (1/4) LINE TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING.

ALSO COMMENCING AT THE INTERSECTION OF THE EAST LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF SAID SECTION 36, AND THE SOUTH LINE OF SAID SECTION 36, THENCE NORTH ON SAID EAST LINE, A DISTANCE OF 20 RODS TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING; THENCE NORTHWESTERLY ALONG THE STATE DRAIN TO THE INTERSECTION OF THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF SAID SECTION 36, AND THE WEST LINE OF SAID SECTION 36; THENCE EAST ALONG THE NORTH LINE OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF SAID SECTION 36 TO THE EAST LINE OF SAID SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF THE SOUTHWEST QUARTER (SW ¼) OF SECTION 36; THENCE SOUTH ALONG SAID EAST LINE 60 RODS TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING.  EXCEPTING THEREFROM THAT PARCEL SOLD TO THE STATE OF MICHIGAN FOR HIGHWAY PURPOSES AS SET OUT IN LIBER 238 AT PAGE 459.

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

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 148A

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker introduced Zoning Text Amendment No. 148A – to increase the additional permitted uses by right to Article 22 – Limited Commercial, Manufacturing and Research (LCMR) zoning district.  A public hearing opened at 9:47 p.m.  Bruce Beckett, 4108 Dyckman, spoke in opposition to the rezoning.  Scott Walker, Executive Director of Midland Tomorrow, spoke in favor of the rezoning.  The public hearing closed at 9:52 p.m.  The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Rokosz:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1674

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 ADDITIONAL PERMITTED USES BY RIGHT TO ARTICLE 22 – LIMITED COMMERCIAL, MANUFACTURING AND RESEARCH (LCMR) ZONING DISTRICT.

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:

Medical and dental offices/ clinics.

Health spas, physical fitness clubs

Child care/day care centers

Banks, savings and loans, investment companies, credit unions, brokerage companies

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.)

 

City Council recessed from 10:00 p.m. to 10:05 p.m.

 

ZONING PETITION NO. 559

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker introduced Zoning Petition No. 559 – to rezone property at 8506 Sturgeon Avenue from Larkin Township zoning to Residential A-1 zoning district.  A public hearing opened at 10:10 p.m. recognizing no public comments, the hearing closed at 10:10 p.m.  The following ordinance amendment was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1675

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 RESIDENTIAL A-1 ZONING WHERE A LARKIN TOWNSHIP 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:

COMMENCING 42.06 RODS NORTH OF THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE NORTHWEST ¼ OF THE SOUTHWEST ¼ OF SECTION 29, T15N, R2E, THENCE NORTH 5.94 RODS; THENCE NORTH 89 D 52 M EAST 18 RODS; THENCE SOUTH 5.94 RODS; THENCE SOUTH 89 D 52 M WEST 18 RODS TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING. 

Be, and the same is hereby changed to Residential A1.

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. 560

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker introduced Zoning Petition No. 560 – to rezone property at 4674 E. Wheeler Road from Midland Township zoning to Agricultural zoning district.  A public hearing opened at 10:15 p.m., recognizing no comments from the public, the hearing closed at 10:15 p.m.  The following ordinance amendment was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Adams:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1676

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 AN AGRICULTURAL ZONING WHERE A MIDLAND TOWNSHIP 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:

COMMENCING 66 FEET WEST OF THE NORTHEAST CORNER OF THE WEST ½ OF THE NORTHEAST ¼ OF THE NORTHWEST ¼ OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 2 EAST, THENCE WEST 346 FEET; THENCE SOUTH 217 FEET; THENCE EAST 346 FEET; THENCE NORTH 217 FEET TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING, EXCEPTING COMMENCING 251.73 FEET EAST OF THE WEST 1/8 CORNER ON THE NORTH LINE OF SECTION 12, TOWNSHIP 14 NORTH, RANGE 2 EAST, THENCE SOUTH 217 FEET; THENCE EAST 125 FEET; THENCE NORTH 217 FEET; THENCE WEST 125 FEET TO THE PLACE OF BEGINNING.

Be, and the same is hereby changed to Agricultural. 

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.)

 

PUBLIC COMMENTS

Tom McCann, 3310 E. Jefferson, spoke regarding the Sandow Road sanitary sewer project and also commented on the need for the city to operate within a budget and not to raise taxes.

Randy Gray, 5220 Hedgewood Drive, spoke regarding a violation of his rights.

 

FEMA FLOOD INSURANCE RATE MAPS & ENFORCEMENT PROCESS ORDINANCE

Planning and Community Development Director Keith Baker presented information on an ordinance amendment adopting the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Rate Maps and Enforcement Process for the City of Midland.  The following ordinance amendment was then offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Rokosz:

 

ORDINANCE NO. 1677

AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES, CITY OF MIDLAND, MICHIGAN, BY ADDING A NEW ARTICLE IX OF CHAPTER 5 THEREOF. 

The City of Midland Ordains:

Section 1.  Article IX of Chapter 5 is hereby added to read as follows:

ARTICLE IX.  FLOODPLAIN MANAGEMENT

Sec. 5-33.  Purpose.  The purpose of this article is to participate in the Federal Emergency Management Agency’s (FEMA’s) National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) by complying with the program’s applicable statutory and regulatory requirements for the purposes of significantly reducing flood hazards to persons, reducing property damage, reducing public expenditures, and providing for the availability of flood insurance and federal funds or loans within the corporate limits of the city of Midland.

Sec.  5-34.  Declaration of Intent.  The City of Midland shall, in the enforcement and administration of this ordinance, perform the following actions:

a.    Obtain, review, and reasonably utilize flood elevation data available from federal, state, or other sources pending receipt of data from FEMA to identify the flood hazard area and areas with potential flooding.

b.    Ensure that all permits necessary for development in floodplain areas have been issued, including a floodplain permit, approval, or letter of no authority from the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality under the floodplain regulatory provisions of Part 31, “Water Resources Protection,” of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended.

c.    Review all permit applications to determine whether the proposed building sites will be reasonably safe from flooding.  Where it is determined that a proposed building will be located in a flood hazard area or special flood hazard area, the construction code act enforcing agent shall implement the applicable codes according to their terms.

d.    Review all proposed subdivisions to determine whether such proposals are reasonably safe from flooding and to ensure compliance with all applicable floodplain management regulations.

e.    Assist in the delineation of flood hazard areas; provide information concerning uses and occupancy of the floodplain or flood-related erosion areas; maintain flood proofing and lowest floor construction records; and cooperate with other officials, agencies, and persons for floodplain management.

f.     Advise FEMA of any changes in community boundaries, including appropriate maps.

g.    Maintain records of new structures and substantially improved structures concerning any certificates of flood proofing, lowest flood elevation, basements, flood proofing and elevations to which structures have been flood proofed.

h.    Review, on an ongoing basis, all amended and revised FHBSs and Flood Insurance Rates Maps (FIRMs) and related supporting data and revisions thereof and revisions of 44 CFR, Part 60, Criteria for Land Management for Use, and to make such revisions in its floodplain management regulations as may be necessary to continue to participate in the program.

Sec. 5-35.  Definitions.  The NFIP requires that floodplain management regulations must be present and enforced in participating communities and utilize the following definitions which also apply for the purposes of this article:

            Flood or Flooding means:

a.    A general and temporary condition of partial or complete inundation of normally dry land areas from  1) The overflow of inland or tidal waters, 2) the unusual and rapid accumulation or runoff of surface waters from any source, or 3) mudflows; and

b.    The collapse or subsidence of land along the short of a lake or other body of water as a result of erosion or undermining caused by waves or currents of water exceeding anticipated cyclical levels or suddenly caused by an unusually high water level in a natural body of water, accompanied by a severe storm, or by an unanticipated force of nature, such as flash flood or an abnormal tidal surge, or by some similarly unusual and unforeseeable event which results in flooding, as defined in paragraph (a) (1) of this definition.

Flood Hazard Boundary Map (FHBM) means an official map of a community, issued by FEMA, where the boundaries of the flood, mudslide (i.e., mudflow) related erosion areas having special hazards have been designed as Zone A, M, and/or E.  (This is to be included only if FEMA has issued a FHBM for the community.)

Floodplain means any land area susceptible to being inundated by water from any source (See definition of flooding).

Floodplain Management means the operation of an overall program of corrective and preventive measures for reducing flood damage, including but not limited to emergency preparedness plans, flood control works and floodplain management regulations.

Floodplain Management Regulations means zoning ordinances, subdivision regulations, building codes, health regulations, special purpose ordinances (such as a floodplain ordinance, grading ordinance and erosion control ordinance), and other applications of police power that provide standards for the purpose of flood damage prevention and reduction.

Structure means a walled and roofed building that is principally above ground, gas or liquid storage facility, as well as a mobile home or manufactured unit.

Sec. 5-36.  Agency Designated.  Pursuant to the provisions of the state construction code (The Stille-Derossett-Hale Single State Construction Code Act, Act No. 230 of the Public Acts of 1972, along with its authorization of the state construction code composed of the Michigan Residential Code and the Michigan Building Code), and in accordance with Section 8b(6) of Act 230, the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, the Building Official of the City of Midland is hereby designated as the enforcing agency to discharge the responsibility of the City of Midland under Act 230, of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, State of Michigan.  The City of Midland assumes responsibility for the administration and enforcement of said Act throughout its corporate limits.

Sec. 5-37.  Code Appendix Enforced.  Pursuant to the provisions of the state construction code, in accordance with Section 8b(6) of Act 230, of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, Appendix G of the Michigan Building Code shall be enforced by the enforcing agency within the City of Midland. 

Sec. 5-38.  Designation of Regulated Flood Prone Hazard Areas.  The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Flood Insurance Study (FIS) Entitled County of Midland and dated May 4, 2009 and the Flood Insurance Rate Map(s) (FIRMS) panel number(s) of 26111C; 0162E, 0164E, 166E, 0168E, 0169E, 0188E, 0252E, 0256E, 0257E, 0276E, 0278E, 0279E and 0283E and dated May 4, 2009 are adopted by reference for the purposes of administration of the Michigan Construction Code, and declared to be a part of Section 1612.3 of the Michigan Building Code, and to provide the content of the “Flood Hazards” section of Table R301.2(1) of the Michigan Residential Code.

Section 2.  This ordinance shall take effect upon publication.  (Ordinance ADOPTED.)

 

2009-10 PROPOSED BUDGET

Finance Director Dave Keenan presented the City Manager’s Proposed 2009-10 Budget and reviewed the schedule of public hearings on the budget.  The following resolution was offered by Councilman Adams and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

WHEREAS, City Council has previously approved, at its regular Council meeting on November 17, 2008, that a preliminary public hearing shall be conducted at 7:00 p.m., Monday, April 27, 2009, in the Council Chambers of City Hall, on the proposed 2009-10 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 11, 2009, in the Council Chambers of City Hall on the proposed 2009-10 budget; now therefore

RESOLVED, that the City Manager’s proposed budgets and financial working plans for the 2009-10 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 2009-10 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 2008-09 budget and the 2009-10 proposed budget.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS APPOINTMENT PROCESS REPORT

City Clerk/Community Relations Director Selina Tisdale presented a report on the boards and commissions appointment process.  The following resolution was offered by Councilman McKeag and seconded by Councilman Donker:

 

RESOLVED, that Midland City Council hereby receives and files the staff report on the boards and commissions application process.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

SANDOW ROAD EASEMENT AGREEMENT

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

 

RESOLVED, that the attached Easement Agreement from Jesse John Sanders and Sabrina M. Novak to the City of Midland, for the installation of a new sanitary sewer pump station on the west side of Sandow Road in Section 14, T. 14 N., R. 1 E., City of Midland, Michigan, is hereby accepted and that the easement is ordered recorded.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

2008 SAGINAW-MIDLAND MUNICIPAL WATER SUPPLY ANNUAL REPORT

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

 

RESOLVED, that the Saginaw-Midland Municipal Water Supply Corporation 2008 Annual Report be received and filed in the office of the City Clerk.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY REAPPOINTMENTS

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

 

RESOLVED, that in accord with Section 4 of Act 197 of 1975, the Downtown Development Authority Act, the City Council confirms the reappointment of Mike Hayes, Jack McCandless and Susan Rabbage to the Downtown Development Authority for terms to expire May 1, 2013.  (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

UPDATING AUTHORIZATION TO SIGN CITY CHECKS

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

 

WHEREAS, Chemical Bank & Trust Company and Comerica Bank have been designated as depositories of the City of Midland, a Municipal Corporation; and

WHEREAS, Section 11.9 of the City Charter provides that all checks drawn from the treasury shall be signed by two officers of the City to be registered by resolution of the City Council; and

WHEREAS, on April 22, 2009, Dana C. Strayer will be appointed as the City Treasurer; and

WHEREAS, Chemical Bank & Trust Company and Comerica Bank require approval of persons authorized to initiate and receive fund transfers payable from or to the accounts of the City of Midland; now therefore

RESOLVED, that effective April 27, 2009, all checks drawn against the City treasury shall be signed by Jon Lynch, City Manager, and Dana C. Strayer, Midland City Treasurer; and  

RESOLVED FURTHER, that such authorization in the preceding paragraph shall remain in effect until changed by Council resolution; and

RESOLVED FURTHER, that effective April 27, 2009, Dana C. Strayer, Midland City Treasurer, or David A. Keenan, Fiscal Services Director, are hereby authorized to execute and deliver to Chemical Bank & Trust Company and Comerica Bank such agreements, amendments and other documents as Chemical Bank & Trust Company or Comerica Bank may from time to time require as a prerequisite to initiating and receiving any fund transfers payable from or to the account of the City of Midland.   This resolution shall be in full force and effect and binding upon the City of Midland and that Chemical Bank & Trust Company and Comerica Bank may presume that the above named persons remain authorized as set forth herein until this resolution is repealed, revoked or amended and written notice of such is delivered to Chemical Bank & Trust Company and Comerica Bank at a time and in a manner affording both banks a reasonable opportunity to act upon the written notice so received; and be it further

RESOLVED, that the above named persons shall also be authorized to execute and deliver to any bank, to complete an authorized transaction, such agreements, amendments and other documents as the bank may from time to time require as a prerequisite to initiating and receiving any fund transfers payable from or to the accounts of the City of Midland.  The City Clerk shall file, with said banks, a certified copy of this resolution. (Motion ADOPTED.)

 

TEA PARTY PROTEST/RALLY

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

 

RESOLVED, that the request from Jamie Hazen to hold a TEA Party Protest/Rally on Wednesday, April 15, 2009, from 6:30 – 8:00 p.m., utilizing the public right-of-way and amplified sound, including the closure of Main Street between Jerome and Gordon, is hereby approved subject to the following conditions:

  • Emergency vehicles will attempt to avoid the area when responding to emergencies.  Should access be necessary, participants will be required to move out of the way.
  • Barricades must be able to be moved for emergency responders, if necessary.
  • The area adjacent to any doorway used for egress from a building shall be kept clear of obstructions.
  • An area at least three feet in diameter shall be kept clear around all fire hydrants and the fire department connections for any sprinkler system or standpipe.
  • A minimum 20-foot wide fire lane is to be maintained for emergency vehicle access. The fire lane is necessary should fire apparatus be required to access any of the buildings that face on the downtown streets.
  • Corner vision requirements for vehicles and pedestrians must be maintained.
  • On open roadways, street vehicle access and pedestrian walkways must not be impeded.
  • Efforts must be made to eliminate damage to City property with damages to be repaired to pre-existing conditions.

; and

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

 

2009 SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM

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

 

WHEREAS, the City Manager has submitted 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:

        James Savage Road (south side)   from Saginaw Road to Quebecor World

        Jefferson Avenue (west side)          from US-10 to Chemical Bank sidewalk  

        Joe Mann Boulevard (north side)    from Eastman Avenue to existing walk at Wal-Mart

; 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 “2009 SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENT SPECIAL ASSESSMENT DISTRICT” and that said district comprises and includes the following described lands and premises, to wit:

   James Savage Road (south side)        from Saginaw Road to Quebecor World

Beginning at the intersection of the southerly right-of-way line of James Savage Road with the section line common to Sections 22 and 23, T. 14 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan; thence Easterly 95 feet, along the southerly right-of-way line of James Savage Road; thence Southerly 157.78 feet, parallel to said section line; thence West 95 feet, to said section line; thence Westerly 199.9 feet, parallel to the former New York Central Railroad; thence South 1°27’12” West 11.28 feet; thence North 89°36’48” West 158.12 feet; thence North 29°05’18” West 100 feet;  thence South 62°41’20” West 220 feet, to the easterly right-of-way line of Saginaw Road; thence North 27°11’10” West 144.77 feet, to the southerly right-of-way line of James Savage Road; thence Easterly along the southerly right-of-way line of James Savage Road, to said section line, and the Point of Beginning.

   Jefferson Avenue (west side)              from US-10 to Chemical Bank sidewalk  

Commencing at the Southeast Corner of Section 33, T. 15 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan; thence North 1320 feet, along the east section line, to the Point of Beginning; thence West 264 feet; thence South 450 feet, parallel to the east section line; thence East 52 feet; thence South 194.5 feet, parallel to the east section line, to the northerly right-of-way line of the US-10 Service Drive; thence Northeasterly along the northerly right-of-way line of the US-10 Service Drive, to the east section line; thence North along the east section line, to the Point of Beginning.

   Joe Mann Boulevard (north side)         from Eastman Avenue to existing walk at Wal-Mart

Commencing at the West ¼ Corner of Section 33, T. 15 N., R. 2 E., City of Midland, Michigan; thence N. 0°03’53” West 54.49 feet, along the west section line; thence N. 89°56’07” E. 50.00 feet, to the Point of Beginning; thence S. 87°54’20” E. 219.69 feet, along the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard; thence S. 74°30’32” E. 86.32 feet, along the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard; thence S. 87°54’20” E. 190.00 feet, along the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard;  thence S. 69°20’E. 617.30 feet, along the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard; thence S. 68°05’10” E. 251.12 feet, along the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard; thence N. 0°03’53” W. 10.74 feet, parallel to the west section line;  thence S. 68°05’10” E. 171.15 feet, along the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard; thence S. 59°24’50” E. 238.95 feet, along the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard; thence N. 30°35’01” East 79.81 feet; thence N. 0°04’00” W. to a point 250 feet northerly from the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard; thence Westerly parallel to and 250 feet northerly from the northerly right-of-way line of Joe Mann Boulevard, to the easterly right-of-way line of Eastman Avenue; thence S. 0°03’53” E. 250 feet, along the easterly right-of-way line of Eastman Avenue, to the Point of Beginning.

; 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 eighty thousand six hundred seventy-two and 50/100 dollars ($80,672.50); 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 forty-one thousand six hundred fifty-nine and 50/100 dollars ($41,659.50) and that all other costs and expenses of said improvement amounting to thirty-nine thousand thirteen dollars ($39,013.00) 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 11, 2009 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 ADOPTED.)

 

PROPOSED 2008-09 BUDGETS AND 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 27, 2009, in the Council Chambers of City Hall on the proposal to amend the 2008-09 budgets and financial working plans as follows:

GENERAL FUND

Current

Proposed

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$25,955,001

$25,754,537

    Intergovernmental

3,899,520

3,961,102

    Other revenues

4,243,546

4,404,487

    Transfers from other funds

 

94,908

    Bond issue proceeds

17,677,757

17,677,757

    Fund balance

_21,354,221

_20,168,461

      Total Sources of Funds

$73,130,045

$72,061,252

  Appropriations:

 

 

    General government

$  6,361,247

$  6,165,668

    Public safety

15,677,734

15,336,355

    Public works

2,716,661

2,779,491

    Sanitation

2,590,282

2,568,812

    Parks and recreation

4,667,671

4,465,288

    Other functions

36,044,528

35,985,795

    Transfers to other funds

4,749,422

4,437,343

    Contingencies

       322,500

___322,500

      Total Appropriations

$73,130,045

$72,061,252

MAJOR STREET FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    State gas and weight tax

$ 2,630,000

$ 2,520,000

    Other revenues

1,306,530

926,144

    Transfers from other funds

1,110,000

1,188,000

    Fund balance

      116,236

   109,023

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 5,162,766

$ 4,743,167

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Street maintenance

$ 1,939,176

$ 1,997,008

    Street construction

2,511,675

2,040,810

    Transfers to other funds

709,915

695,349

    Contingencies

        2,000

        10,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 5,162,766

$ 4,743,167

LOCAL STREET FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    State gas and weight tax

$    720,000

$    696,000

    Other revenues

242,700

189,029

    Transfers from other funds

1,896,000

1,896,000

    Fund balance

      341,136

      376,538

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 3,199,836

$ 3,157,567

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Street maintenance

$ 1,519,217

$ 1,518,177

    Street construction

1,457,000

1,457,000

    Transfers to other funds

203,619

172,390

    Contingencies

        20,000

        10,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 3,199,836

$ 3,157,567

STORMWATER MANAGEMENT FUND 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Transfers from other funds

$   760,210

$   714,415

    Other revenues

26,300

18,350

    Fund balance

     135,848

       100,571

      Total Sources of Funds

$   922,358

$   833,336

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Storm sewer maintenance

$   834,358

$   745,336

    Storm sewer construction

84,000

84,000

    Contingencies

        4,000

         4,000

      Total Appropriations

$  922,358

$   833,336

GRACE A. DOW LIBRARY FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$ 2,119,304

$ 2,157,162

    Operating revenues

323,286

316,448

    State funds

50,000

50,000

    Other revenues

521,350

522,011

    Transfers from other funds

   1,164,411

      967,672

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 4,178,351

$ 4,013,293

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenditures

$ 4,127,992

$ 3,965,530

    Capital expenditures

        50,359

        47,763

      Total Appropriations

$ 4,178,351

$ 4,013,293

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Federal grants

$   370,944

$   401,006

    Program income

       60,000

       16,001

     Total Sources of Funds

$   430,944

$   417,007

Appropriations:

 

 

    Residential home rehabs

$   171,800

$   174,767

    Other expenditures

98,500

139,300

    Contingencies

6,683

3,000

    Transfers to other funds

126,606

66,977

    Fund balance

_   _27,355    

       32,963

      Total Appropriations

$   430,944

$   417,007

MIDLAND COMMUNITY TELEVISION FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Franchise fees

$   480,000

$   490,457

    Other revenues

73,200

22,151

    Transfers from other funds

       15,000

       15,000

      Total Sources of Funds

$   568,200

$   527,608

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenditures

$   518,015

$   471,659

    Capital expenditures

16,000

16,000

    Contingencies

10,500

5,000

    Fund balance

       23,685     

       34,949

      Total Appropriations

$   568,200

$   527,608

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY FUND

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$   305,000

$   306,003

    Other revenues

41,500

40,019

    Fund balance

    543,174

     283,630

      Total Sources of Funds

$  889,674

$   629,652

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenditures

$   573,274

$   574,652

    Contingencies

15,000

10,000

    Transfers to other funds

45,000

45,000

    Capital expenditures

    256,400

_ _______    

      Total Appropriations

$  889,674

$  629,652

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,305,163

$ 1,155,166

    Transfers from other funds

      770,295

      649,903

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 2,075,458

$ 1,805,069

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,801,183

$ 1,792,511

    Capital expenses

264,275

 

    Contingencies

        10,000

        10,000

    Fund balance

_________

_____2,558

      Total Appropriations

$ 2,075,458

$ 1,805,069

SPECIAL ACTIVITIES FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Contributions and other

$    75,900

$     69,513

    Fund balance

___15,500

       11,887

      Total Sources of Funds

$    91,400

$     81,400

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Other expenditures

$    91,400

$    81,400

      Total Appropriations

$    91,400

$    81,400

MIDLAND HOUSING FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Sale of assets and other

$   121,000

$   208,730

    Transfers from other funds

56,289

2,660

    Fund balance

  ________

       35,319

      Total Sources of Funds

$   177,289

$   246,709

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Cost of assets sold and other

$   127,000

$   246,709

    Fund balance

  __50,289

_________      

     Total Appropriations

$   177,289

$   246,709

DEBT SERVICE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Property taxes

$   631,553

$   637,916

    Transfers from other funds

1,708,790

1,708,790

    Other revenue

         7,000

       15,000

      Total Sources of Funds

$2,347,343

$2,361,706

Appropriations:

 

 

    Principal

$   930,000

$  930,000

    Interest and other

582,379

582,529

    Transfers to other funds

834,964

834,964

    Fund balance

_________

_ __14,213

      Total Appropriations

$2,347,343

$2,361,706

CIVIC ARENA FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenue

$ 1,164,000

$ 1,112,460

    Other revenue

505,800

499,370

    Transfers from other funds

200,000

200,000

    Working capital

_________     

      108,116

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,869,800

$ 1,919,946

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,186,534

$ 1,233,721

    Capital expenses

28,025

34,236

    Interest expense

245,075

245,075

    Retirement of debt

396,914

396,914

    Contingencies

10,000

10,000

    Working capital

         3,252

_________       

      Total Appropriations

$1,869,800

$ 1,919,946

LANDFILL FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenue

$ 3,091,500

$ 3,785,539

    Other revenue

551,606

583,357

     Working capital

_ 2,057,560

_ 1,306,569

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 5,700,666

$ 5,675,465

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 2,744,308

$ 2,721,345

    Other expenses

19,836

17,270

    Capital expenses

2,921,522

2,918,850

    Contingencies

  ___15,000

____18,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 5,700,666

$ 5,675,465

WASHINGTON WOODS FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,192,792

$ 1,209,442

    Other revenues

138,253

159,561

    Transfers from other funds

77,000

74,317

    Working capital

      143,671

      8,232

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,551,716

$ 1,451,552

 Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,361,903

$ 1,264,853

    Other expenses

88,860

91,298

    Contingencies

6,600

10,000

    Capital expenses

       94,353

        85,401

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,551,716

$ 1,451,552

RIVERSIDE PLACE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,141,497

$ 1,166,903

    Other revenues

149,353

147,857

    Working capital

        84,561

        18,151

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,375,411

$ 1,332,911

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,224,008

$ 1,195,198

    Other expenses

77,000

66,930

    Capital expenses

60,953

60,783

    Contingencies

3,450

 

    Transfers to other funds

        10,000

        10,000

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,375,411

$ 1,332,911

CURRIE MUNICIPAL GOLF COURSE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,375,477

$ 1,212,392

    Other revenues

5,287

 

    Working capital

_________       

      370,784

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,380,764

$ 1,583,176

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,377,387

$ 1,566,452

    Miscellaneous expense

 

5,621

    Capital expenses

2,999         

11,103

    Working capital

             378

_________

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,380,764

$ 1,583,176

PARKING FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$     90,073

$     94,279

    Other revenues

 

584

    Transfers from other funds

45,000

45,000

    Working capital

       35,177

       33,335

      Total Sources of Funds

$   170,250

$   173,198

Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$   170,250

$   173,198

      Total Appropriations

$   170,250

$   173,198

WASTEWATER FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 5,194,200

$ 5,114,814

 

    Transfers from other funds

834,964

1,249,755

 

    Other revenues

94,300

79,088

 

    Working capital

      547,002

      649,755

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 6,670,466

$ 7,093,412

 

  Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 3,924,248

$ 3,937,728

 

    Other expenses

500

405

 

    Interest expense

536,607

536,607

 

    Capital expenses

1,304,111

1,713,672

 

    Retirement of debt

855,000

855,000

 

    Contingencies

        50,000

        50,000

 

      Total Appropriations

$ 6,670,466

$ 7,093,412

 

WATER FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$  9,077,905

$ 9,208,857

 

    Contractual revenue

1,361,722

976,074

 

    Other revenues

175,376

245,806

 

    Working capital

__2,616,136

    1,525,056

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$13,231,139

$11,955,793

 

  Appropriations

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 7,533,873

$ 7,566,864

 

    Other expenses

1,000

3,814

 

    Interest expense

536,579

525,370

 

    Capital expenses

3,161,641

1,860,700

 

    Retirement of debt

1,941,048

1,941,047

 

    Contingencies

         56,998

         57,998

 

      Total Appropriations

$13,231,139

$11,955,793

 

INFORMATION SERVICES – OPERATIONS FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 1,104,041

$ 1,104,041

 

    Other revenues

33,600

26,069

 

    Working capital

        57,006

____17,083

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 1,194,647

$ 1,147,193

 

Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 1,079,647

$ 1,057,193

 

    Capital expenses

      115,000

    _  90,000

 

      Total Appropriations

$ 1,194,647

$ 1,147,193

 

INFORMATION SERVICES - COMPUTER RENTAL FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$   194,095

$   194,095

 

    Other revenue

      10,400

   _    5,177

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$   204,495

$   199,272

 

  Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$   157,516

$   156,941

 

    Capital expense

       4,425

         4,425

 

    Working capital

___42,554

___37,906

 

      Total Appropriations

$   204,495

$   199,272

 

GEOGRAPHIC INFORMATION SYSTEMS FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$   430,000

$   430,178

 

    Other revenue

9,500

11,269

 

    Working capital

     110,534

_________      

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$   550,034

$   441,447

 

  Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$    478,034

$    356,215

 

    Capital expenses

42,000

40,999

 

    Contingencies

30,000

 

 

    Working capital

__ _______

____44,233

 

      Total Appropriations

$    550,034

$    441,447

 

EQUIPMENT REVOLVING FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$ 3,840,958

$ 4,117,100

 

    Other revenues

173,630

199,572

 

    Working capital

___579,571     

      302,530

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$ 4,594,159

$ 4,619,202

 

  Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$ 2,814,175

$ 2,842,603

 

    Other expenses

 

11,920

 

    Capital expenses

1,754,984

1,739,679

 

    Contingencies

____25,000

____25,000

 

      Total Appropriations

$ 4,594,159

$ 4,619,202

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$    325,433

$    325,433

 

    Other revenue

22,229

14,981

 

    Working capital

      264,261

__ _______

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$    611,923

$    340,414

 

  Appropriations:

 

 

 

    Operating expenses

$    265,923

$    282,269

 

    Capital expenses

336,000

35,000

 

    Contingencies

10,000

10,000

 

    Working capital

__ _______        

          13,145

 

      Total Appropriations

$    611,923

$    340,414

 

MUNICIPAL SERVICE ANEX FUND

 

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

 

    Operating revenues

$      18,220

$       18,220

 

    Other revenue

             500

             183

 

    Working capital

________ _

             861

 

      Total Sources of Funds

$      18,720

$      19,264

 

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$        9,020

$       12,564

    Capital expenses

    4,200

4,200

    Contingencies

5,000

2,500

    Working capital

            500

_________            

      Total Appropriations

$     18,720

$     19,264

PROPERTY AND LIABILITY INSURANCE FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$    782,699

$    780,914

    Working capital

      119,550

        33,492

      Total Sources of Funds         

$    902,249

$    814,406

  Appropriations:

 

 

    Operating expenses

$    902,249

$    814,406


SPECIAL ASSESSMENT REVOLVING FUND

 

 

  Sources of Funds:

 

 

    Operating revenues

$     50,000

$     56,000

    Other revenues

     60,000

       54,658

    Working capital

_________

_ _440,342

      Total Sources of Funds           

$   110,000

$   551,000


Appropriations:

 

 

    Transfers to other funds

$     56,000              

$    551,000

     Working capital

      54,000

_________     

      Total Appropriations

$   110,000

$   551,000

HEALTH INSURANCE FUND

 

 

 Sources of Funds:

 

 

   Operating revenues

 

$11,876,250

   Working capital

_________

     1,559,457

     Total Sources of Funds

$              0

$13,435,707

 Appropriations:

 

 

   Operating expenses

_________

$13,435,707

      Total Appropriations

$              0

$13,435,707

(Motion ADOPTED.)

 

Being no further business the meeting adjourned at 11:50 p.m.

 

 

______________________________________

            Selina Tisdale, City Clerk