MIDLAND CITY COUNCIL
A regular meeting of the City Council was held on Monday, May 21, 2001. Mayor Black presided with all Council members present.
Recognized Midland Public School children for their work in creating Make Midland Beautiful Posters.
Proclaimed May 31, 2001 as Clean Indoor Air Day in Midland.
Held public hearing and approved the special assessment roll for the 2001 Downtown Economic Revitalization Public Improvement Special Assessment District.
Held public hearing and approved the special assessment roll for the 2001 Dublin Avenue Water Main Improvement Special Assessment District.
Accepted resignation of Tom Hofelich from the Zoning Board of Appeals.
Made appointments to various Boards and Commissions.
Adopted the 2001-02 City of Midland Budget and set the City of Midland millage rate at 12.
Approved an amendment to the Park Rules.
Approved annexation of property on Eastman Road, Commerce Drive and Commerce Court from Larkin Township, through the joint resolution process.
Received and filed the 2000 Annual Water Quality Report.
Approved request to hold the 2001 Senior Olympics Triathlon on August 8, 2001.
Authorized execution of contract with Pyramid Paving Company of Essexville, Michigan for the “2001 Local Street Reconstruction; Contract No. 9”, in the amount of $160,518.90.
Authorized purchase order to Detroit Lime of Detroit, Michigan for the purchase of Calcium Oxide at a total annual contract amount not to exceed $97,312.50.
Authorized purchase order to PVS Technologies of Detroit, Michigan for the purchase of Ferric Chloride at a total aggregate annual contract amount not to exceed $119,880.
Authorized purchase order to Merrick Environmental Technology, Inc. of Lynn Haven, Florida for the purchase of three lime slaker systems in an amount not to exceed $188,703.
Set a public hearing for June 25, 2001, at 7:00 p.m. to receive comments on the request from Dow Corning Corporation for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate.
Set a public hearing for June 11, 2001, at 7:00 p.m. to receive comments on a proposed amendment to certain 2000-01 City Budgets and financial working plans.
Directed the Parks and Recreation Commission to review and report back to Council on increasing the number of commission members and setting term limits.
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Deputy City Clerk