City Commission Packet 12-13-2016

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    CITY OF MUSKEGON
     CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                  DECEMBER 13, 2016
    CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS @ 5:30 P.M.
                              AGENDA
□   CALL TO ORDER:
□   PRAYER:
□   PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
□   ROLL CALL:
□   HONORS AND AWARDS:
    A. City of Muskegon Employees – Years of Service Awards
□   INTRODUCTIONS/PRESENTATION:
□   CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:
□   CONSENT AGENDA:
    A. Approval of Minutes City Clerk
    B. Park Reservation Software   Department of Public Works
    C. Transmittal of 06/30/16 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
       Finance Director
    D. 2016 User Fee Update        Finance
    E. Request to Deny & Accept Properties that did not Sell During the Tax
       Sale for 2016 Planning & Economic Development
    F. All Season Rescue Water Craft (Fire)         Public Safety
    G. Renaissance Zone: Third Amendment to Development Agreement –
       City of Muskegon and Parkland Muskegon, Inc.   Planning &
       Economic Development
    H. Purchase of 235 Monroe      Community & Neighborhood Services
    I. Approval of a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate-335 Terrace
       Point Circle   Planning & Economic Development
    J. Approval of a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate – 347 Terrace
       Point Circle   Planning & Economic Development
    K. Salt Spreader   DPW/Equipment


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       L. RFP for Temporary Staffing Services Provider                       Affirmative Action and
          Risk Management
       M. 2017 Salary Schedule and Fringe Benefits for Non-Represented
          Employees      City Manager
       N. Kitchen 242 Contract City Clerk
       O. Set Public Hearing for Amendment to Brownfield Plan – P & G Holdings
          NY, LLC Planning & Economic Development
       P. Authorize Muskegon County to Adopt and Enforce a Storm Water
          Runoff and Post-Construction Ordinance     SECOND READING
          Planning & Economic Development
       Q. Community Relations Committee Recommendations                                       City Clerk
□   PUBLIC HEARINGS:
□ COMMUNICATIONS:
□ UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
□ NEW BUSINESS:
       A. Appoint Representative to Recreation Authority Steering Committee
          City Manager
       B. Request to Create a new Neighborhood Enterprise Zone District at 285
          W. Western Avenue Planning & Economic Development
       C. Approval of Sale of City-Owned Home at 1477 Nolan Community and
          Neighborhood Services
       D. Professional Service Agreement (SAFE built)                        Public Safety –
          REMOVED PER STAFF REQUEST
□ ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
□ PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
►      Reminder: Individuals who would like to address the City Commission shall do the following:
►      Fill out a request to speak form attached to the agenda or located in the back of the room.
►      Submit the form to the City Clerk.
►      Be recognized by the Chair.
►      Step forward to the microphone.
►      State name and address.
►      Limit of 3 minutes to address the Commission.
►      (Speaker representing a group may be allowed 10 minutes if previously registered with City Clerk.)

□ CLOSED SESSION:
□ ADJOURNMENT:
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Date:     December 7, 2016
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:     Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk
RE:       Approval of Minutes




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve minutes of the November 22, 2016
Regular City Commission Meeting.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
     CITY OF MUSKEGON
       CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                    NOVEMBER 22, 2016
    CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS @ 5:30 P.M.
                                  MINUTES
The Regular Commission Meeting of the City of Muskegon was held at City Hall,
933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 22, 2016.
Mayor Stephen J. Gawron, opened the meeting with prayer, after which the
Commission and public recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
Present: Mayor Stephen J. Gawron, Vice Mayor Eric Hood Commissioners Ken
Johnson, Debra Warren, Dan Rinsema-Sybenga, and Byron Turnquist, City
Manager Franklin Peterson, City Attorney John Schrier, and City Clerk Ann
Meisch.
Absent: Commissioner Willie German, Jr.
HONORS AND AWARDS:
       A. Recognition of Fall 2016 Citizen’s Academy Graduates Public Safety
Citizens that participated in the Fall 2016 Citizen’s Academy were recognized by
the Director of Public Safety, Jeff Lewis, the Mayor, and the City Commission,
and were presented with resolutions commending them for their commitment.
INTRODUCTIONS/PRESENTATION:
Volunteers from the Muskegon Area Free Fit Club were recognized for their
dedication to the citizens of our community for their work to save the pavilion at
Joe Clifford’s Park.
2016-88     CONSENT AGENDA:
      A. Approval of Minutes City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the October 25, 2016
Regular City Commission Meeting and the November 7, 2016 Worksession
Meeting.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:        None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:         None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Approval of the minutes.
      B. Approval of Revised Citizen Participation Plan, Specifically the Period
         for Citizen Comments        Community & Neighborhood Services

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SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve a revision of the Citizen Participation Plan
clarifying the length of time allowed for citizens to comment. The change would
reduce the number of days required for a formal comment period form 30 days
to either 15, 20, or 30 days.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the request.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:               Item was approved by the Citizen’s District
Council.
      C. Sale of a Non-Buildable Vacant Lot at 1296 Lakeshore Drive
         Planning & Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the sale of a vacant, non-buildable lot at
1296 Lakeshore Drive to five different adjacent property owners (1487 High
Street, 1492 High Street, 1294 Lakeshore Drive, 1298 Lakeshore Drive, 1284
Lakeshore Drive). The lot is roughly 0.92 acres and is considered unbuildable
because of its location on a steep hill and the general intent of its zoning
classifications. It is zoned OSC, Open Space Conservation. These districts are
intended to provide for permanent open spaces in the community, and the
protection of sand dunes and other natural features, and are designed to
provide undeveloped recreational areas and to safeguard the health, safety,
and welfare of the citizens of Muskegon and adjacent areas by limiting
development in locations where police and fire protection, protection against
flooding by high water table or storm water, and dangers from excessive erosion
are not possible without excessive costs to the City. The property owners wish to
purchase the property to prevent any future development and to be able to
maintain the property. They have offered $8,000 plus the cost of the survey
($2,147) and all closing costs.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         The sale of this lot will generate additional tax revenue
for the City and will place the property back on the City’s tax rolls, thus relieving
the City of continued maintenance costs.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the lot sale request.
      D. Request to Add Parcels to the City’s Existing Groundwater Ordinance –
         SECOND READING      Planning & Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Commission previously approved the parcels to be
added to the groundwater ordinance regarding the former Mobil Oil Pipeline –
Sisson Avenue at McCracken Street, on August 23, 2016 (ordinance 2355).
However, the applicant listed the wrong parcels on the application, but they did
mail notices to the correct addresses. Staff is requesting to repeal ordinance

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2355 and replace it with a new ordinance with the correct parcels listed.
The ordinance prohibits the use of groundwater wells and secondary water
supplies under certain circumstances and in certain locations, to prevent
exposure to contaminated groundwater, as well as to prevent wells from
influencing the movement of contaminated water. Notice was sent to the
affected addresses prior to this meeting.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            Approval of the ordinance amendment to add
the additional 52 parcels.
      E. Towing Contract Extension (Ramos Towing Services) Public Safety
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Director of Public Safety requests that the City
Commission review and consider approving a contract extension with our
current service provider, Ramos Towing. Currently, Ramos provides
towing/impoundment/storage service for the City of Muskegon.
Ramos Towing has been under authorized contract services for towing for the
last 3 years (01/14/14 to 01/14/17).
Ramos Towing is willing to extend towing services for one year (01/14/2017 to
01/14/2018) as allowed in the current contract.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         None – current contract language in effect.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Staff recommends approval of this extended
towing contract agreement for one year.
      F. Wireless Internet at Muskegon Farmers Market City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Currently, the Farmers Market cannot connect to the
City of Muskegon’s network. Because of this issue, they are unable to have a
City of Muskegon email or use the programs currently available to other
employees. Currently they are using a much slower provider.
Connecting the market to the City’s infrastructure is a specialty service that few
can provide. The IT Department was able to receive a quote from MapleNet
Wireless to install the wireless link.
With this capability, we will be able to utilize our Cisco phone system and
eliminate a $293.44 monthly bill – a payback of approximately 2.5 years while
increasing our bandwidth tremendously.
This will not provide better wireless internet to the customers at the market but it
is a feature we will be reviewing in the future.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         None

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BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To authorize MapleNet to install a wireless link to
connect the Muskegon Farmers Market to City Hall and to select option two in
the amount of $8,914.29 based on the recommendation of the IT Department.
      G. Two Entry Level Positions in IT       Information Technology
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Recently, our Database Administrator left for a new
position. Currently there are only two employees supporting over two hundred
city employees including City Hall, Police, Water Filtration, Fire Department,
Farmers Market, etc. as well as external agencies including the cities of North
Muskegon, Roosevelt Park, and Montague.
As such, the IT Department finds itself in a position to restructure the department.
The IT Department would like to move from an administrator position to two entry
level technical positions. One of the positions will be full-time and the other part-
time.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:       The current salary of the Database Administrator is
$65,000. The proposed salary for a full-time technical position starts at $45,000
and the part-time wage will be hourly based on the same wages.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIED:           None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To create two entry-level technical positions in
the IT Department.
Motion by Commissioner Turnquist, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to approve the
Consent Agenda as presented.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Hood, Warren, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, and
           Johnson
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2016-89 PUBLIC HEARINGS:
      A. Public Hearing – Request to Establish an Obsolete Property District –
         1740 E Sherman Boulevard Planning & Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Pursuant to Public Act 146 of the Michigan Public Acts
of 2000, Pacifica Muskegon, LLC, has requested the establishment of an
Obsolete Property District for their property at 1740 East Sherman Boulevard. The
establishment of the Obsolete Property District would allow them to apply for an
Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            Staff recommends approval of the Obsolete

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Property District.
PUBLIC HEARING COMMENCED:             No Public Comments were received.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson,
to close the public hearing and to approve the Obsolete Property District at 1740
E. Sherman Boulevard.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Warren, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, and
           Gawron
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      B. Public Hearing – Request to Issue an Obsolete Property Certificate –
         Pacifica Muskegon, LLC – 1740 E Sherman Boulevard Planning &
         Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Pursuant to Public Act 146 of the Michigan Public Acts
of 2000, Pacifica Muskegon, LLC, has requested the issuance of an Obsolete
Property Certificate for their property located at 1740 East Sherman Boulevard.
The estimated cost for rehabilitation of this property will be $1,500,000. The
applicant is eligible for a 12-year abatement because of the amount of
investment.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:       If an Obsolete Property Certificate is issued, the
property taxes would be frozen at the pre-rehabilitated rate for the duration of
the certificate.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:        None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Staff recommends approval of the Obsolete
Property Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate.
PUBLIC HEARING COMMENCED:             No Public Comments were received.
Motion by Commissioner Warren, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to close the public hearing and to approve the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation
Exemption Certificate at 1740 E. Sherman Boulevard.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Warren, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, Gawron, and
           Hood.
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2016-90      NEW BUSINESS:
      A. First Quarter 2016-17 Budget Reforecast Finance Director
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At this time staff is transmitting the First Quarter 2016-17
Budget Reforecast which outlines proposed changes to the budget that have

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come about as a result of changes in revenue projections, policy priorities, labor
contracts, updated economic conditions, or other factors.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         A summary of first quarter proposed adjustments to the
budget are as follows:
         •   General Fund revenues are reforecast to be $115,000 lower than
             the original budget, largely due to lower projected income tax
             revenues.
         •   General Fund expenditures are reforecast to be $40,000 higher than
             the original budget, primarily due to the addition of $25,000 for
             street light removal and $15,000 in capital for a perks reservation
             system.
         •   There is some refinement of the capital projects budget resulting in
             an overall net decrease of $14,000 from the original budget.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:       City Commission approval of this reforecast will
formally amend the City’s 2016-17 budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Approval
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood to
approve the First Quarter 2016-17 Budget Reforecast.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, and
           Warren.
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      B. Commercial Chemical Spreader/Sprayer            DPW/Equipment
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize staff to purchase one (1) Z Max Commercial
Spreader/Sprayer from SiteOne Landscape Supply, lowest qualified bidder with
a bid price of $11,455.00 (the other bid was submitted by LT Rich Products for
$11,455.77). This request is contingent upon 1st quarter budget reforecast
approval.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         $11,455.00
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:         None. Amount is what was budgeted.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to purchase one (1) Z Max
Commercial Chemical Spreader/Sprayer.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood to
approve the authorize staff to purchase one Z Max Commercial Chemical
Spreader/Sprayer.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, and
           Warren.

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             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      C. Transfer of the Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate – 316
         Morris Avenue Planning & Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Hinman Company was approved for a
Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate in 2013 and the certificate was
applied to the entire building. However, the project only included the
rehabilitation of floors one through five and did not include floors six and seven.
The certificate was approved for 10 years and the company did invest the
$450,000 in upgrades as described in the application. The company would like
to transfer the Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate (#C2013-011)
from the entire building (floors 1-7) to floors one through five. This will allow them
to apply for a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate for floors six and seven
for their apartment project. Currently, they would not be able to apply for a
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate because there is already an
abatement on floors six and seven and the Michigan Economic Development
Corporation does not allow multiple tax abatements at the same location.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:      The transfer would allow for the company to apply for a
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Approval of the Commercial Rehabilitation
Exemption Certificate transfer.
Motion by Vice Mayor Hood, second by Commissioner Johnson, to approve the
Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate transfer for 316 Morris Avenue
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Turnquist, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Warren, and Rinsema-
           Sybenga.
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      D. Revocation of a portion of the Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption
         Certificate – 316 Morris Avenue  Planning & Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: In order to apply for the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone
Certificate for floors six and seven, the Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption
Certificate must be revoked on these floors.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:      The revocation would allow for the company to apply
for a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:          None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            Approval of the revocation of a portion of the


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Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate.
Motion by Vice Mayor Hood, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, to
approve the revocation of a portion of the Commercial Rehabilitation Exemption
Certificate for 316 Morris Avenue.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Warren, Rinsema-Sybenga, and
           Turnquist.
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      E. Approval of a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate – 316 Morris
         Avenue Planning & Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: An application for a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone
Certificate has been received from Hinman Lake, LLC for the conversion of
offices to apartments on the sixth and seventh floors of their building at 316
Morris Avenue. The estimated project cost is $1,777,200 and will include 20
market rate apartments. The property was approved as a Neighborhood
Enterprise Zone District on September 13, 2016. The applicant has met local and
state requirements for the issuance of the NEZ certificate.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         The taxes on floors six and seven will be frozen at the
pre-rehabilitated rate for 12 years, with a three year phase out (they will receive
75% of the abatement in year 10, 50% in year 11 and 25% in year 12).
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:         None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Approval of the NEZ certificate.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson,
to approve the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate for 316 Morris Avenue.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Hood, Warren, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, and
           Johnson.
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      F. Adopt a Resolution of Intent Regarding Recreational Authority       City
         Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To express the intent of the City of Muskegon to
establish a recreational authority within the County of Muskegon and to appoint
a representative of the City of Muskegon to join with the representatives from
other like-minded municipalities to form a steering committee to prepare articles
of incorporation for such a recreational authority, which would include the City
of Muskegon within its territory.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:        None at this time.

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BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:        None at this time.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To adopt the resolution expressing the intent of
the City of Muskegon to establish a recreational authority within the County of
Muskegon and to appoint a representative of the City of Muskegon to join with
the steering committee.
Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Warren, to adopt
the resolution expressing the intent of the City of Muskegon to establish a
recreational authority within the County of Muskegon and to appoint a
representative of the City of Muskegon to join with the steering committee.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Warren, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, and
           Gawron.
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
ANY OTHER BUSINESS:     Commissioner Johnson congratulated Vice Mayor
Hood on becoming the President of the local chapter of the NAACP.
Commissioner Warren thanked everyone for their well wishes for her, her
husband, and their new baby boy, Levon. Dave Alexander, Muskegon
Downtown Now, reminded everyone about Small Business Saturday and
Christmas in the City with the lighting of the Christmas Tree at Hackley Park
Saturday, November 26, 2016 at 5:30.

PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Public Comments were received.
ADJOURNMENT: The City Commission Meeting adjourned at 6:45 p.m.




                                     Respectfully Submitted,




                                     Kimberly Grimm, Deputy City Clerk




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                           AGENDA ITEM NO. __________

                CITY COMMISSION MEETING DECEMBER 13, 2016



TO:          Honorable Mayor and City Commission

FROM:        Department of Public Works

DATE:        December 13, 2016

SUBJECT:     Park Reservation Software



SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting to contract with Active Network to
provide software and services for online shelter/community room reservations and
payments.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: $15,060 + transaction fees.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None. Funds were added to capital improvements in
1st Quarter Budget Reforecast.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To authorize staff to enter into a contract with Active
Network to provide software and services for a Park Reservation system that will allow
online booking and payments.
To:          The City Commission
From:        Mohammed Al-Shatel Director of Public Works
Date:        December 13, 2016
Subject:     Park Reservation Software


Currently, all picnic shelter reservations are made by filling out a paper application.
Payment is made by mail, coming in person to Engineering office or over the phone with
a credit card. With over 300 reservations each year, this method is inefficient and
cumbersome.

Staff sought out alternative methods and reviewed software options and found Active
Network to provide the best solution to our current needs.

Active Networks proposal is $15,060, plus transactions fees. After the initial setup,
there are no other fees for support and/or upgrade costs in the future. Active Network
processes the credit card payments, so another 3rd party vendor is not necessary. The
credit card transaction fees will be paid by the user.

                                        Active Network   MaxGalaxy
      Web based                                X            X
      Prevents "double" booking                X            X
      Customizable reports                     X
      Unlimited users                          X
      Limited licenses (5)                                    X
      Customizable forms                      X
      PCI Level 1 Compliant                   X
      3rd party credit card processor                         X
      Annual fees-3 year contract                             X
      3 year contract renewable               X


Staff is requesting to contract with Active Network to provide software and services for
online shelter reservations and payments.
                  Commission Meeting Date: December 13, 2016




Date:         December 6, 2016
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Finance Director
RE:           Transmittal of 6/30/16 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report



SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City's June 30, 2016 Comprehensive Annual
Financial Report (CAFR) will be distributed to City Commissioners via email and hard
copy. The CAFR will also available on the City’s website at www.shorelinecity.com.
The CAFR includes the annual independent auditor’s report as required by state law.
At this time the CAFR is being formally transmitted to the City Commission. The
CAFR has been prepared in accordance with all current Governmental Accounting
Standards Board (GASB) pronouncements and also includes the single-audit of
federal grants received by the City.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: The CAFR report summarizes the City's financial activities
for the year and includes the independent auditor's unmodified opinion on the City's
financial statements.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Acceptance of the June 30, 2016 CAFR and
authorization for staff to transmit the CAFR to appropriate federal, state and private
agencies.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None.
Date: December 13, 2016
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From: Finance
RE:       2016 User Fee Update



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:                  City departments have reviewed and updated their user fees and
these have been incorporated into the Master Fee Resolution that is attached for your consideration.

The new fees and fee changes that are being proposed are highlighted on the attached spreadsheet and
significant changes include the following:

•   City code compliance vacant building registration fees have been updated;
•   Rental property registration and inspection fees have been adjusted;
•   Various building permit fees have been revised;


FINANCIAL IMPACT: Revenue generated for fee supported activities.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. Adoption of the Master Fee Resolution will
help the City attain its budgeted revenue estimates.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.


COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None.




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                                                          City of Muskegon

                                                            RESOLUTION


A resolution adopting fees for services in the City entitled "Master Fee Resolution".


The City of Muskegon hereby RESOLVES:


1.       The City of Muskegon has in the past adopted resolutions from time to time which set fees for various services in the City.

2.       That in addition to the specifically adopted resolution fees, there are fees which are charged pursuant to ordinances and
         codes as well the fees which are charged in the exercise of various other functions of the City which serve the public.

3.       That the City Commission has reviewed all of the fees which are charged from time to time pursuant to resolution,
         ordinance and in the affording of services to and for the public, and has determined to adopt the resolution a comprehensive
         schedule of fees by this resolution which is hereby called the "Master Fee Resolution".

4.       That the City Commission and its committees, with the advice of the staff of the City, have carefully investigated and
         examined the fees set forth in this Master Resolution and have determined that they are reasonably related to the actual cost
         of affording the services involved.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COMMISSION HEREBY RESOLVES:

1.       That the schedule of fees attached to this resolution is hereby adopted and shall be charged for the services set forth in the
         schedule and under the conditions set forth therein.

2.       That any fees listed which are also listed in specific resolutions, rules or regulations, shall be charged in accordance with
         those resolutions, rules and regulations, and with the practices of the City in affording the appropriate services.

3.       That the adoption of this resolution does not amend or change previous specific resolutions for the charging of fees for
         services, and does not preclude the existence of previous or future resolutions setting forth fees which are not included
         herein.


This resolution adopted.

Ayes
Nays


CITY OF MUSKEGON



                                           _____________________Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk


                                                           CERTIFICATE

         This Resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, held on December 13, 2016.
The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to the Open Meetings Act of the State of Michigan, Act 267 of the Public Acts of
1976.



                                                                       Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk




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                                                                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                           Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                      (Effective 1/1/2017)


                                                                                                         2015              2015        2016       2017           DEPARTMENT
       DEPT                                   DESCRIPTION                      UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1       FEE        FEE            COMMENTS


1       ALL       ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEAD ON SALES TO OUTSIDE PARTIES    TOTAL BALANCE DUE               15.00%            15.00%     15.00%     15.00%


2       ALL       COPIES FOR PUBLIC (STANDARD SIZES)                         PER COPY                       0.25             0.25       0.25        0.25


3       ALL       FAX CHARGE FOR INFORMATION REQUESTS                        PER PAGE                       0.50             0.50        0.50       0.50


4       ALL       LATE FEE ON CITY RECEIVABLES (EXCEPT TAXES)            PAST DUE BALANCE                 1.00%             1.00%      1.00%      1.00%    PER MO./IMPOSED AFTER 30 DAYS



5    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS A-B)                  EACH                     1,350.00          1,350.00   1,350.00   1,350.00


6    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS A-B) NR *             EACH                     1,700.00          1,700.00   1,700.00   1,700.00


7    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS C-F)                  EACH                     1,600.00          1,600.00   1,600.00   1,600.00


8    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS C-F) NR *             EACH                     2,000.00          2,000.00   2,000.00   2,000.00


9    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN)                        ONE GRAVE                    750.00           750.00     750.00     750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



10   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN)                       TWO GRAVES                  1,400.00          1,400.00   1,400.00   1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



11   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN) NR *                  TWO GRAVES                  1,650.00          1,650.00   1,650.00   1,650.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



12   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN) NR *                   ONE GRAVE                    900.00           900.00     900.00     900.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



13   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE)                         ONE GRAVE                    750.00           750.00     750.00     750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



14   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE)                        TWO GRAVES                  1,400.00          1,400.00   1,400.00   1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



15   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE) NR *                    ONE GRAVE                    900.00           900.00     900.00     900.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



16   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE) NR *                   TWO GRAVES                  1,650.00          1,650.00   1,650.00   1,650.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



17   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD)                          ONE GRAVE                    750.00           750.00     750.00     750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



18   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD)                         TWO GRAVES                  1,400.00          1,400.00   1,400.00   1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



19   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD) NR *                    TWO GRAVES                  1,650.00          1,650.00   1,650.00   1,650.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



20   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD) NR *                     ONE GRAVE                    900.00           900.00     900.00     900.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



21   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER)           ONE GRAVE                     700.00           700.00     700.00     700.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



22   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER)           TWO GRAVES                  1,300.00          1,300.00   1,300.00   1,300.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



23   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER) NR *      ONE GRAVE                     750.00           750.00     750.00     750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



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24   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER) NR *        TWO GRAVES                  1,450.00          1,450.00   1,450.00   1,450.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



25   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER)           ONE GRAVE                     750.00           750.00     750.00     750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



26   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER)           TWO GRAVES                  1,400.00          1,400.00   1,400.00   1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



27   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER) NR *      ONE GRAVE                     900.00           900.00     900.00     900.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



28   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER) NR *      TWO GRAVES                  1,650.00          1,650.00   1,650.00   1,650.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



29   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES IN-GOUND SPACE FOR CREMAINS (RESTLAWN)              EACH                       300.00           300.00     300.00     300.00


30   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES IN-GOUND SPACE FOR CREMAINS (RESTLAWN) NR*          EACH                       350.00           350.00     350.00     350.00


31   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (1/2 GRAVE--ALL CEMETERIES)            EACH                       500.00           500.00     500.00     500.00


32   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (1/2 GRAVE--ALL CEMETERIES) NR *       EACH                       600.00           600.00     600.00     600.00


33   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (1/2 GRAVE)                                 EACH                       250.00           250.00     250.00     250.00


34   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (1/2 GRAVE) NR *                            EACH                       300.00           300.00     300.00     300.00


35   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION)                                 EACH                       300.00           300.00     300.00     300.00


36   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION) NR *                            EACH                       350.00           350.00     350.00     350.00


37   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SECOND CREMAINS (OPEN GRAVESITE)                    EACH                        60.00            60.00      60.00      60.00       FOR ADDITIONAL ASHES



38   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING                                             EACH                       500.00           500.00     500.00     500.00


39   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING NR *                                        EACH                       600.00           600.00     600.00     600.00


40   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN IN BABYLAND)                     EACH                       150.00           150.00     150.00     150.00


41   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN IN BABYLAND) NR *                EACH                       175.00           175.00     175.00     175.00


42   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN NOT IN BABYLAND)                 EACH                       250.00           250.00     250.00     250.00


43   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN NOT IN BABYLAND) NR *            EACH                       300.00           300.00     300.00     300.00


44   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OVERTIME (MON-FRI AFTER 2:30PM)                     EACH                       300.00           300.00     300.00     300.00


45   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OVERTIME (SATURDAYS & HOLIDAYS)                     EACH                       400.00           400.00     400.00     400.00


46   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OVERTIME (SUNDAYS)                                  EACH                       500.00           500.00     500.00     500.00



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       DEPT                                   DESCRIPTION                               UNIT                FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE      FEE      COMMENTS


47   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES COLUMBARIUUM                                        EACH                      850.00           850.00   850.00   850.00


48   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES COLUMBARIUM NR                                      EACH                      900.00           900.00   900.00   900.00


49   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES (OPEN/CLOSING)                                      EACH                      125.00           125.00   125.00   125.00


50   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES (OPEN/CLOSING) NR                                   EACH                      175.00           175.00   175.00   175.00


51   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES HEADSTONE SERVICE                                     PER SQUARE INCH                  0.55             0.55     0.55     0.55   MINIMUM $60.00



52   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE (GOVERNMENT MARKERS)                               EACH                       60.00            60.00    60.00    60.00


53   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE (MAUSOLEUM VASES)                                  EACH                       75.00            75.00    75.00    75.00


54   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE HEADSTONE PRE-PLACEMENT                            EACH                       25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


55   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE (SMALL VASES) RESTLAWN                             EACH                       50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


56   CEMETERIES   ENTOMBMENT - EVERGREEN MAUSOLEM                                       EACH                      175.00           175.00   175.00   175.00


57   CEMETERIES   ENTOMBMENT NR - EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM                                   EACH                      250.00           250.00   250.00   250.00


58   CEMETERIES   TRANSFER & AFFIDAVIT FEE PER GRAVE SPACE                              EACH                       50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


59   CEMETERIES   CHAPEL FUNERAL SERVICE                                                EACH                       75.00            75.00    75.00    75.00


60     CLERK      ADDRESS LABELS - VOTER REGISTRATION                                   EACH                        0.05             0.05     0.05     0.05


61     CLERK      BUSINESS REGISTRATION                                                 EACH                       30.00            35.00    35.00    35.00


62     CLERK      BUSINESS TRANSIENT/PEDDLER - RENEWAL MAY 1ST                         ANNUAL                     150.00           150.00   150.00   150.00


63     CLERK      BUSINESS AUCTIONEER LICENSE (INDIVIDUAL EVENT)                      PER DAY                      10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


64     CLERK      BUSINESS AUCTIONEER LICENSE (REGULAR)                               PER YEAR                    100.00           100.00   100.00   100.00


65     CLERK      AUCTION FEE                                                         PER DAY                      30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


66     CLERK      BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT OCCUPANCY                                    PER YEAR                    125.00           125.00   125.00   125.00


67     CLERK      GAMING LICENSE REQUEST/PERMIT (30 DAYS OR MORE ADVANCE NOTICE)        EACH                       75.00            75.00    75.00    75.00


68     CLERK      GAMING LICENSE REQUEST (LESS THAN 30 DAYS ADVANCE NOTICE)             EACH                      100.00           100.00   100.00   100.00




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     DEPT                                 DESCRIPTION                                       UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1       FEE        FEE                          COMMENTS


                                                                                                                                                                        CHARGED TO LAW FIRMS AND OTHER FOR PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
69   CLERK   CITY HALL CONFERENCE ROOM RENTAL                                             PER HOUR                      25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00
                                                                                                                                                                         WISHING TO USE FACILITIES FOR NON-CITY RELATED BUSINESS



70   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT PERMIT APPLICATION FEE                                            EACH                       100.00           100.00     100.00     100.00


71   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT PERMIT CERTIFICATE FEE                                        EACH LOCATION                   50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00                     SAME AS RENEWAL FEE



72   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT/RENTAL FEE (BUS BENCHES)                                    PER BENCH/PERMONTH                 5.00             5.00       5.00       5.00


73   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT 1-YEAR RENEWAL                                                    EACH                        25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00


74   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT 1-YEAR RENEWAL (INSPECTION REQ'D)                                 EACH                        50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00


75   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT PERMIT TO WORK IN R-O-W                                          PER UNIT                     10.00            10.00      10.00      10.00            OR ACTUAL COSTS (WHICHEVER IS GREATER)


             FIREWORKS DISPLAY PERMIT PROCESSING FEE (30 OR MORE DAYS ADVANCE
76   CLERK                                                                                  EACH                        75.00            75.00      75.00      75.00
             NOTICE)

             FIREWORKS DISPLAY PERMIT PROCESSING FEE (LESS THAN 30 DAYS ADVANCE
77   CLERK                                                                                  EACH                       150.00           150.00     150.00     150.00
             NOTICE)


78   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL (BEFORE FEBRUARY 28)                                    EACH                       100.00           100.00     100.00     100.00


79   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL (AFTER FEBRUARY 28)                                     EACH                       150.00           150.00     150.00     150.00


80   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OR LOCATION                               EACH                       250.00           250.00     250.00     250.00


             DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT AREA CLASS-C ON-PREMISES LIQUOR LICENSE
81   CLERK                                                                                  EACH                     2,500.00          2,500.00   2,500.00   2,500.00            SAME REVIEW PROCESS AS FOR RENEWAL
             (FORMERLY DOWNTOWN DEV AUTH LICENSE)


82   CLERK   NEW LIQUOR LICENSE                                                             EACH                     1,000.00          1,000.00   1,000.00   1,000.00                    REPLACES FEES ABOVE



83   CLERK   GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE                                                     EACH                        50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00                 UP TO ONE MONTH - RENEWABLE



84   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE (EXPANSION OF EXISTING LICENSE)                                 EACH                        25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00


85   CLERK   MOBILE FOOD VENDING PERMIT                                                    ANNUAL                      300.00           300.00     300.00     300.00                 APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



86   CLERK   MOBILE FOOD VENDING PERMIT (BRICK & MORTAR RESTAURANT IN CITY)                ANNUAL                      150.00           150.00     150.00     150.00                 APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



87   CLERK   MOBILE FOOD VENDING PERMIT (BRICK & MORTAR RESTAURANT IN DDA DISTRICT)        ANNUAL                       50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00                 APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



88   CLERK   PASSPORT APPLICATION FEE                                                       EACH                        25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00                       PER FEDERAL LAW



89   CLERK   PASSPORT PHOTO FEE                                                             EACH                        10.00            10.00      10.00      15.00


90   CLERK   MONEY ORDERS                                                                   EACH                                                                 5.00                      NEW SERVICE & FEE




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      DEPT                                  DESCRIPTION                          UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE      FEE                  COMMENTS


91    CLERK   PRECINCT MAPS (SMALL)                                              EACH                         2.00             2.00     2.00     2.00


92    CLERK   PUBLIC NOTARY FEE                                                  EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00     5.00        CONSISTENT WITH COUNTY FEE



93    CLERK   SPECIAL EVENT PARKING FEE (UNDER 50 PARKING SPOTS)               PER EVENT                     25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00       APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



94    CLERK   SPECIAL EVENT PARKING FEE (OVER 50 PARKING SPOTS)                PER EVENT                     50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00       APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



95    CLERK   TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT NEW PROVIDER FEE                            EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00   PER NEW STATE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT



96    CLERK   VOTER INFORMATION - ON DISK                                        EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


97    CLERK   VOTER REGISTRATION - HARDCOPY LIST                              PER LISTING                     0.01             0.01     0.01     0.01


98    CLERK   VOTER REGISTRATION - MAILING LABELS                              PER LABEL                      0.05             0.05     0.05     0.05


99    CNS     MORTGAGE REFINANCE FEE                                             EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


100   CNS     REHAB LOAN APPLICATION FEE                                         EACH                       200.00           200.00   200.00   200.00


101   CNS     RENTAL REHAB APPLICATION FEE                                     PER LOAN                     100.00           100.00   100.00   100.00


102   DPW     ADDITIONAL GARBAGE SERVICE (1 TOTER)                            PER MONTH                      13.00            13.00    13.00    13.00


103   DPW     APPLIANCE STICKER                                                  EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


104   DPW     GARBAGE CART REPLACEMENT - DAMAGED BY USER                         EACH                        55.00            55.00    55.00    55.00


105   DPW     GARBAGE SERVICE - SMALL BUSINESS                                PER MONTH                      16.00            16.00    16.00    16.00    INCLUDES CHURCHES AND NON-PROFITS



106   DPW     GARBAGE SERVICE - UNAUTORIZED USE OF CARTS                      PER INCIDENT                   30.00            30.00    30.00    50.00


107   DPW     GARBAGE SERVICE - REPLACE LOST/STOLEN CART                         EACH                        55.00            55.00    55.00    55.00


108   DPW     GARBAGE SERVICE - NEW SERVICE STARTUP                              EACH                        55.00            55.00    55.00    55.00


109   DPW     GARBAGE SERVICE - MIXED REFUSE STICKER                             EACH                         2.00             2.00     2.00     2.00       BUY 6 FOR $10.00 - UNIT PRICE $1.67



110   DPW     FEE FOR SPECIAL COLLECTION OF ILLIEGAL MATERIALS                   EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00   OR ACTUAL COSTS (WHICHEVER IS GREATER)


              FEE FOR BULK YARD WASTE DROP OFF (DURING REGULAR HOURS) - BY
111   DPW                                                                        EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00
              APPOINTMENT ONLY


112   DPW     REPLACE EMPLOYEE ID/ACCESS TKC CARD                            PER LOST CARD                    0.00             0.00    10.00    10.00               REACTIVATED FEE



113   DPW     STORM SEWER CONNECTION FEE                                         EACH                       800.00           800.00   800.00   800.00                   STUB FEE



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        DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                                 UNIT                FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1       FEE        FEE                            COMMENTS


114      DPW        TREE REPLACEMENT PLANTING FEE                                             EACH                      200.00           200.00     200.00     200.00


115      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (12" AND UNDER DIAMETER)                                 EACH                      200.00           200.00     200.00     200.00                TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



116      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (12" - 18" DIAMETER)                                     EACH                      500.00           500.00     500.00     500.00                TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



117      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (18" - 24" DIAMETER)                                     EACH                      650.00           650.00     650.00     650.00                TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



118      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (24" - 30" DIAMETER)                                     EACH                      750.00           750.00     750.00     750.00                TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



119      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (30" - 36" DIAMETER)                                     EACH                    1,000.00          1,000.00   1,000.00   1,000.00               TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



120      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (36" - 42" DIAMETER)                                     EACH                    1,700.00          1,700.00   1,700.00   1,700.00               TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



121      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (42" AND OVER DIAMETER)                                  EACH                    1,900.00          1,900.00   1,900.00   1,900.00               TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



122      DPW        HANG AND/OR REMOVE BANNER                                             EACH REQUEST                  450.00           450.00     450.00     450.00                  EACH ADDITIONAL BANNER: $50.00



123      DPW        USE OF BIKE PATH FOR ORGANIZED EVENTS                                  EACH EVENT                   200.00           200.00     200.00     200.00                              PER EVENT



124      DPW        WIDE LOAD PERMIT                                                          EACH                      200.00           200.00     200.00     200.00


125   DPW (PARKS)   EXCLUSIVE USE OF HACKLEY PK FOR SPECIAL EVENTS                          PER DAY                     125.00           125.00     125.00     125.00


126   DPW (PARKS)   EXCLUSIVE USE OF PERE MARQUETTE LARGE OVAL FOR SPECIAL EVENTS           PER DAY                     125.00           125.00     125.00     125.00


127   DPW (PARKS)   USE FEE IN ADDITION TO SPECIAL EVENT APPLICLATION FEE                   PER DAY                     125.00           125.00     125.00     125.00


                    CLEANING DEPOSIT FOR EXCLUSIVE USE OF HACKLEY, PERE MARQUETTE OR
128   DPW (PARKS)                                                                             EACH                       50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00
                    MARGARET DRAKE ELLIOTT PARKS - SPECIAL EVENT

                                                                                                                                                                          REMOVED SPECIFIC TIMES AND AND PARK'S NAME, CHANGED TO
129   DPW (PARKS)   PARK BUILDING USE (RESV. BEFORE 4/15)                                 PER SESSION                   100.00           100.00     100.00     100.00
                                                                                                                                                                                               PER SESSION

                                                                                                                                                                         OBSOLETE AS OF 1/1/2016 AS RENTAL IS NOW PER "SESSION" AND
130   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK BUILDING USE (RESV. BEFORE 4/15)                       5:00PM - 10:00PM               100.00           100.00        N/A        N/A
                                                                                                                                                                                             FOR ANY PARK BLDG


131   DPW (PARKS)   PARK BUILDING USE (RESV. MADE BETWEEN 4/15 - 9/30)                    PER SESSION                   125.00           125.00     125.00     125.00          removed McGraft and made applicable to all buildings



132   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK BUILDING USE                                         PER ADDITIONAL HOUR               25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00


133   DPW (PARKS)   PARK BUILDING USE (CLEANING/SECURITY DEPOSIT)                             EACH                       50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00          removed McGraft and made applicable to all buildings



134   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK MUSIC BOWL                                                  HOUR                       45.00            45.00      45.00      45.00


135   DPW (PARKS)   PARKS (LIGHT COSTS SPORT FIELDS & COURTS)                                 EACH                       40.00            40.00      40.00      40.00

                                                                                                                                                                         DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
136   DPW (PARKS)   PARKS (WOOD SNOW FENCE RENTAL)                                            EACH                       30.00            30.00      30.00      30.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                UP IS REQUIRED


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        DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                  UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1            FEE             FEE                         COMMENTS

                                                                                                                                                                      DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
137   DPW (PARKS)   PARKS (USE OF GARBAGE CANS)                                  EACH                         5.00             5.00            5.00            5.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                           UP IS REQUIRED

138   DPW (PARKS)   SPORTS FIELD & COURT RENTAL (EXLUDES SETUP SERVICES)     2 HOUR RENTAL                   25.00            25.00           25.00           25.00


139   DPW (PARKS)   CHANNEL SHELTER RENTAL (RESV. BEFORE 4/15)                   EACH                        50.00            50.00           50.00           50.00                CHANGED THE RESERVATION TIME



140   DPW (PARKS)   CHANNEL SHELTER RENTAL (RESV. BETWEEN 4/15 - 9/30)           EACH                         0.00             0.00           75.00           75.00


141   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL (MADE BEFORE 4/15 OR AFTER 9/30)   EACH SESSION                   100.00           100.00          100.00          100.00


142   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL (MADE BETWEEN 4/15 AND 9/30)       EACH SESSION                   125.00           125.00          125.00          125.00


143   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL RESERVATION CHANGE                     EACH                        15.00            15.00           15.00           15.00


145   DPW (PARKS)   CLEANING FEE FOR RENTALS                                     EACH                        75.00            75.00           75.00           75.00              NOT CHARGED IF FACILITY LEFT CLEAN



146   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL (KRUSE #4 - 200 PERSON SHELTER)      RESIDENT                     125.00           125.00          125.00          125.00


147   DPW (PARKS)   GROUPED TABLES (4) AT DRAKE-ELLIOTT (48 PEOPLE)              EACH                        50.00            50.00           50.00           50.00


148   DPW (PARKS)   WEDDING RESERVATIONS IN/ON CITY PARKS/BEACHES                EACH                       150.00           150.00          150.00          150.00


149   DPW (PARKS)   KEY DEPOSIT (RESTROOM)                                       EACH                        25.00            25.00           25.00           25.00


                                                                                                                                                                      DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
150   DPW (PARKS)   CITY SERVICES (55-GAL METAL TRASH CANS)                      EACH                         5.00             5.00            5.00            5.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                           UP IS REQUIRED


                                                                                                                                                                      DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
151   DPW (PARKS)   CITY SERVICES RENTAL OF POSTS                              EACH POST                      3.00             3.00            3.00            3.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                           UP IS REQUIRED


                                                                                                                                                                     DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
152   DPW (PARKS)   CITY SERVICES (PICNIC TABLES)                                EACH                        10.00            10.00           10.00           10.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                            UP IS REQUIRED


153   DPW (PARKS)   CITY SERVICES (LABOR PARKS OR DPW STAFF)                   PER HOUR                      60.00            60.00           60.00           60.00


154   DPW (PARKS)   RENTAL OF PORTABLE STAGE                                     EACH                                                                        100.00                           NEW FEE



155   DPW (PARKS)   RENTAL OF BLEACHERS                                          EACH                                                                        100.00                           NEW FEE



156   ENGINEERING   CHARGE FOR BLUEPRINTS (PLANS & UTILITY MAPS)                 EACH                         8.00             8.00            8.00            8.00


157   ENGINEERING   CHARGE FOR BID DOCUMENTS (STANDARD)                          EACH                        40.00            40.00           40.00           40.00


158   ENGINEERING   CHARGE FOR BID DOCUMENTS (NON-STANDARD)                      EACH               ACTUAL COSTS     ACTUAL COSTS     ACTUAL COSTS    ACTUAL COSTS



159   ENGINEERING   STORM WATER MANAGEMENT BILLING FEE                          PER BILL                      5.00             5.00            5.00            5.00



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           DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                                 UNIT                FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1       FEE        FEE                       COMMENTS


160     ENGINEERING      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT HOOKUP FEE FOR SYSTEM AVAILABILITY               EACH                      175.00           175.00     175.00     175.00               5,000 GALLON PER DAY MAXIMUM



161     ENGINEERING      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PERMIT APPLICATION FEE                           EACH                      500.00           500.00     500.00     500.00


162     ENGINEERING      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USE FEE                             PER 1,000 GALLONS                 0.20              0.20       0.20       0.20


163     ENGINEERING      PROPERTY OWNER WORKING IN R-O-W FEE                                  EACH UNIT                     20.00            20.00      20.00      20.00         SIDEWALK/DRIVE APPROACHES, LANDSCAPING



164     ENGINEERING      UTILITY ANNUAL PERMIT FEE                                               EACH                    1,750.00          1,750.00   1,750.00   1,750.00


165     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT PERMIT APPLICATION FEE/CONTRACT                             UNIT                       50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00


166     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT PERMIT FEE                                                  UNIT                       20.00            20.00      20.00      20.00


167     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PAVEMENT REMOVAL-PAVEMENT <4 YEARSOLD)                 SQUARE YARD                   100.00           100.00     100.00     100.00         FEES ADJUSTED TO REFLECT RESIDUAL VALUE



168     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PAVEMENT REMOVAL-PAVEMENT 4-9 YEARSOLD)                SQUARE YARD                    75.00            75.00      75.00      75.00         FEES ADJUSTED TO REFLECT RESIDUAL VALUE



169     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PAVEMENT REMOVAL-PAVEMENT >10 YEARSOLD)                SQUARE YARD                    50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00         FEES ADJUSTED TO REFLECT RESIDUAL VALUE



170     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PROJECT DURATION)                                         WEEK                        27.50            27.50      27.50      27.50


      SAFEBUILT - CODE
173                      TERRACE VIOLATIONS ADMINISTRATION FEE                              FIRST VIOLATION                 50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00          PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED.
       ENFORCEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                           PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED. FEE FOR EACH
      SAFEBUILT - CODE
174                      TERRACE VIOLATIONS ADMINISTRATION FEE (EACH SUBSEQUENT IN YEAR)   EACH SUBSEQUENT                  10.00            10.00      10.00      10.00 SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS INCREMENT $50 (E.G. 2ND VIOLATION =
       ENFORCEMENT                                                                                                                                                                          $60; 3RD = $70, ETC

      SAFEBUILT - CODE
175                      GRASS, TRASH AND LEAF VIOLATIONS                                   FIRST VIOLATION                 90.00            90.00      90.00      90.00          PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED.
       ENFORCEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                           PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED. FEE FOR EACH
      SAFEBUILT - CODE
176                      GRASS, TRASH AND LEAF VIOLATIONS (EACH SUBSEQUENT IN YEAR)        EACH SUBSEQUENT                  15.00            15.00      15.00      15.00 SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS INCREMENT $90 (E.G. 2ND VIOLATION =
       ENFORCEMENT                                                                                                                                                                         $105; 3RD = $120, ETC

      SAFEBUILT - CODE
177                      LATE FEE ON INVOICES OVER 30 DAYS                                   EACH INVOICE                    5.00             5.00       5.00      10.00
       ENFORCEMENT

         CITY-CODE
178                      VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                      VACANT BUILDING                   0.00             0.00       0.00       0.00                VACANT LESS THAN ONE YEAR
        COMPLIANCE

         CITY-CODE                                                                                                                                                           VACANT 1 YEAR BUT LESS THAN 2 YEARS. IF THIS MEETS
179                      VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                      VACANT BUILDING                 500.00           500.00     500.00    1,000.00
        COMPLIANCE                                                                                                                                                                   STANDARD, THEN REDUCED TO $500.

         CITY-CODE                                                                                                                                                          VACANT 2 YEARS BUT LESS THAN 3 YEARS. IF THIS MEETS
180                      VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                      VACANT BUILDING               1,000.00          1,000.00   1,000.00   2,000.00
        COMPLIANCE                                                                                                                                                                  STANDARD, THEN REDUCED TO $1,000.

         CITY-CODE                                                                                                                                                          VACANT 3 YEARS BUT LESS THAN 5 YEARS. IF THIS MEETS
181                      VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                      VACANT BUILDING               2,000.00          2,000.00   2,000.00   4,000.00
        COMPLIANCE                                                                                                                                                                  STANDARD, THEN REDUCED TO $2,000.

         CITY-CODE                                                                                                                                                          VACANT 5 YEARS BUT LESS THAN 10 YEARS. IF THIS MEETS
182                      VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                      VACANT BUILDING               3,500.00          3,500.00   3,500.00   7,000.00
        COMPLIANCE                                                                                                                                                                   STANDARD, THEN REDUCED TO $3,500.

         CITY-CODE
183                      VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                      VACANT BUILDING               5,000.00          5,000.00   5,000.00   7,000.00                    VACANT 10 YEARS
        COMPLIANCE

         CITY-CODE
184                      VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                      VACANT BUILDING               1,000.00          1,000.00   1,000.00   1,000.00           EACH YEAR VACANT BEYOND 10 YEARS
        COMPLIANCE


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            DEPT                                         DESCRIPTION                                     UNIT                FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE      FEE                           COMMENTS

          CITY-CODE
185                        VACANT BUILDING ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL FEE (31-60 DAYS LATE)               OCCURRENCE                     25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00                      NON-REFUNDABLE FEE
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
186                        VACANT BUILDING ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL FEE (61-90 DAYS LATE)               OCCURRENCE                     35.00            35.00    35.00    35.00                      NON-REFUNDABLE FEE
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
187                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION - FORMAL APPEAL FEE                          OCCURRENCE                     50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00                      NON-REFUNDABLE FEE
         COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                                 INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4
188   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION PER PARCEL (ANNUAL)                             SINGLE UNIT                   25.00            35.00    35.00    70.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 YEARS FOR COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                                 INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4
189   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION PER PARCEL (ANNUAL)                               DUPLEX                      30.00            40.00    40.00    80.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 YEARS FOR COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                                 INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4
190   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION (ANNUAL - BASE)                                   3 UNITS                     40.00            50.00    50.00   100.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 YEARS FOR COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                                 INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4
191   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION (ANNUAL - PER PARCEL OVER 3)                  PER UNIT OVER 3                  5.00             5.00     5.00    10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 YEARS FOR COMPLIANCE

                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION (INSPECTION NO-SHOW FIRST TIME OR LATE
192   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                               PER UNIT                     60.00            60.00    60.00    65.00
                           CANCELLATION)

                                                                                                                                                                                 FEE ASSESSED WHEN A 3RD CANCELLATION IS RECEIVED BY
193   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION CANCELLATION FEE                                 OCCURRENCE                     50.00            50.00    50.00    65.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                CUSTOMER OR AGENT

                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION CANCELLATION FEE (STARTING WITH 4TH                                                                                          ADDED TOBASE CANCELLATION FEE; EACH CANCELLATION
194   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                             OCCURRENCE                     10.00            10.00    10.00    15.00
                           CANCELLATION)                                                                                                                                       INSTANCE WILL CAUSE FEE TO INCREASE BY AN ADDITIONAL $10.00

                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION (INSPECTION NO-SHOW EACH ADDT'L TIME OR                                                                                   ADDED TO BASE NO SHOW FEE; EACH NO SHOW INSTANCE WILL
195   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                               PER UNIT                     15.00            15.00    15.00    20.00
                           LATE CANCELLATION)                                                                                                                                   CAUSE INSPECTION FEE TO INCREASE BY AN ADDITIONAL $15..00



                                                                                                                                                                                  FEE TO BE ASSESSED TO PROPERTIES NOT BROUGHT INTO
196   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION NON-COMPLIANCE FEE (2ND REINSPECTION)              PER UNIT                     35.00            35.00    35.00    40.00
                                                                                                                                                                                       COMPLIANCE AFTER THE FIRST REINSPECTION



                                                                                                                                                                                 ADDED TO BASE NON-COMPLIANCE FEE; EACH REINSPECTION
                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION NON-COMPLIANCE FEE (STARTING WITH 3RD
197   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                               PER UNIT                     10.00            10.00    10.00    15.00 INSTANCE WILL CAUSE NON-COMPLIANCE FEE TO INCREASE BY AN
                           COMPLIANCE REINSPECTION)                                                                                                                                                 ADDITIONAL $10.00


                                                                                                                                                                                  FEE ASSESSED TO PROPERTIES IN COMPLIANCE INTERIOR
                           RENTAL PROPERTY EXTERIOR ONLY REINSPECTION FEE (1ST EXTERIOR ONLY
198   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                               PER UNIT                     30.00            30.00    30.00    35.00      REQUIREMENTS BUT NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH EXTERIOR
                           REINSPECTION)                                                                                                                                                 REQUIREMENTS BY FIRST REINSPECTION


                                                                                                                                                                                   ADDED TO BASE EXTERIOR NON-COMPLIANCE FEE; EACH
                           RENTAL PROPERTY EXTERIOR ONLY REINSPECTION FEE (STARTING WITH 2ND
199   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                               PER UNIT                     10.00            10.00    10.00    15.00 REINSPECTION INSTANCE WILL CAUSE EXTERIOR NON-COMPLIANCE
                           EXTERIOR ONLY REINSPECTION)                                                                                                                                   FEE TO INCREASE BY AN ADDITIONAL $10.00



                                                                                                                                                                               EFF 2017, FEE CHARGED AFTER 30 DAYS AND EVERY 30 DAYS UNTIL
200   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL LATE FEE FOR NON-PAYMENT OF RENTAL REGISTRATION ANNUAL FEE             EACH PROPERTY VIOLATION             75.00            75.00    75.00    10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                    PAID. WAS 90 DAYS.



201   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL HOUSING-WARRANT INSPECTION FEE                                                  EACH                      150.00           150.00   150.00   150.00


202     ENV SERVICES       BOARD UP'S - FIRST 5 BOARDS                                               PER INSTANCE                   40.00            40.00    40.00    40.00     PLUS THE COST OF THE CONTRACTOR TO DO THE BOARD UP



203     ENV SERVICES       BOARD UP'S - 6 OR MORE BOARDS                                             PER INSTANCE                    0.00             0.00    60.00    60.00     PLUS THE COST OF THE CONTRACTOR TO DO THE BOARD UP



204     ENV SERVICES       ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEAD ON DEMOLITIONS                                      PER UNIT                    10.0%             10.0%   15.0%    15.0%          BASED ON THE CONTRACTORS PRICE TO DEMOLISH




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          DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                UNIT                FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE      FEE                         COMMENTS


205   FARMERS' MARKET   DAILY - SATURDAY                                         DAILY                      25.00            25.00    25.00    30.00                      SATURDAY ONLY



206   FARMERS' MARKET   DAILY - WEEKDAY                                          DAILY                      25.00            25.00    15.00    15.00                  WEEKDAYS WITH NO TIERS



207   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - CORNER                                       0-2 MONTHS                   313.00           313.00   338.00   338.00


208   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - REGULAR                                      0-2 MONTHS                   288.00           288.00   311.00   311.00


209   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 2 - REGULAR                                      0-2 MONTHS                   163.00           163.00   176.00   176.00


210   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - CORNER                                        5 MONTHS                    376.50           376.50   406.00   406.00


211   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - REGULAR                                       5 MONTHS                    347.50           347.50   375.00   375.00


212   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 2 - REGULAR                                       5 MONTHS                    204.50           204.50   220.00   220.00


213   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - CORNER                                        7 MONTHS                    404.00           404.00   436.00   436.00


214   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - REGULAR                                       7 MONTHS                    374.00           374.00   403.00   403.00


215   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 2 - REGULAR                                       7 MONTHS                    224.00           224.00   242.00   242.00


216   FARMERS' MARKET   WINTER MARKET-GARAGE DOOR                                DAILY                      20.00            20.00    25.00    25.00


217   FARMERS' MARKET   WINTER MARKET- SMALL TABLE                               DAILY                       0.00             0.00    10.00    10.00


218   FARMERS' MARKET   WINTER MARKET                                          5 MONTHS                    400.00           400.00   400.00   400.00        FEE FOR EXTENDED HOURS AT NEW MARKET


219   FARMERS' MARKET   FARMERS' MARKET FACILITIES RENTAL - FACILITY A        PER SESSION                                            250.00   250.00         9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM OR 4:00 PM TO 10:00 PM


220   FARMERS' MARKET   FARMERS' MARKET FACILITIES RENTAL - FACILITY B        PER SESSION                                            250.00   250.00         9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM OR 4:00 PM TO 10:00 PM


221   FARMERS' MARKET   FARMERS' MARKET FACILITIES RENTAL - FACILITY C        PER SESSION                                            250.00   250.00         9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM OR 4:00 PM TO 10:00 PM


222   FARMERS' MARKET   FARMERS' MARKET FACILITIES RENTAL - FACILITY D        PER SESSION                                            100.00   100.00         9:00 AM TO 3:00 PM OR 4:00 PM TO 10:00 PM


                                                                                                                                                       9:00 AM TO 1:00 PM OR 1:30 PM TO 5:30 PM OR 6:00 PM TO
223   FARMERS' MARKET   FARMERS' MARKET FACILITIES RENTAL - MARKET STAGE      PER SESSION                                             50.00    50.00
                                                                                                                                                                              10:00 PM


224   FARMERS' MARKET   SNAP/DOUBLE-UP FOOD BUCKS ADMIN FEE                2% OF TRANSACTION                 2.0%             2.0%    2.0%     2.0%      FEE FOR COST OF TRANSACTION ADMINISTRATION


      FARMERS' MARKET
225                     KITCHEN USE - PREP/TABLETOP                            PER HOUR                                               12.00    12.00
          KITCHEN

      FARMERS' MARKET
226                     KITCHEN USE - BAKING                                   PER HOUR                                               15.00    15.00
          KITCHEN

      FARMERS' MARKET
227                     KITCHEN USE - PROCESSING                               PER HOUR                                               15.00    15.00
          KITCHEN


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          DEPT                                          DESCRIPTION        UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE      FEE                        COMMENTS

      FARMERS' MARKET
228                     KITCHEN USE - CATERING                           PER HOUR                                                15.00    15.00
          KITCHEN

      FARMERS' MARKET
229                     KITCHEN DRY STORAGE - MONTHLY                  PER CUBIC FOOT                                             1.50     1.50
          KITCHEN

      FARMERS' MARKET                                                                                                                             DEPOSIT REFUNDED IF NO DAMAGE, KITCHEN IS CLEANED,
230                     KITCHEN USE - SECURITY DEPOSIT                  PER RENTAL                                               50.00    50.00
          KITCHEN                                                                                                                                             EQUIPMENT RETURNED, ETC.


231       FINANCE       REPLACEMENT OF LOST PAYROLL CHECK             EACH OCCURRENCE                  25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


232       FINANCE       COPIES OF CITY BUDGET OR CAFR                      EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


233        FIRE         FIRE REPORT COPY (MAJOR FIRE)                      EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


234        FIRE         FIRE REPORT COPY (REGULAR)                         EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00     5.00


235        FIRE         PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (ENLARGED)                 EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


236        FIRE         PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (STD SIZE)                 EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


237        FIRE         PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (CD-ROM)                   EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00     5.00


238        FIRE         INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION ESCROW                EACH INCIDENT                   15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00                PLUS RELATED COURT COSTS



239        FIRE         FIRE INSPECTION ADDITIONAL VISIT               EACH INCIDENT                   75.00            75.00    75.00    75.00              RE-INSPECTION/REPAIR/COMPLAINT



240        FIRE         ARSON FIRE RESTITUTION FEE                     PER HR ON CALL                 720.00           720.00   720.00   720.00                PLUS RELATED COURT COSTS



241        FIRE         FALSE ALARM FEE                                PER HR ON CALL                 720.00           720.00   720.00   720.00             AFTER 3RD FALSE ALARM IN ONE YEAR



242        FIRE         WILLFUL NEGLIGENCE FIRE FEE                    PER HR ON CALL                 720.00           720.00   720.00   720.00


243        FIRE         CONFINED SPACE RESCUE FEE                      PER HR ON CALL                 720.00           720.00   720.00   720.00


244        FIRE         ICE RESCUE CALL                                PER HR ON CALL                 110.00           110.00   110.00   110.00


245        FIRE         DOWNED POWER LINE                                  PER HR                     185.00           185.00   185.00   185.00                     AFTER FIRST HOUR



246        FIRE         SPECIAL USE PERMITS (PER UFC)                  EACH PER YEAR                  100.00           100.00   100.00   100.00


247        FIRE         STRUCTURE FIRE RESPONSE                            EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00        CHARGED TO HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE COMPANY



248        FIRE         PI ACCIDENT RESPONSE                               EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00    CHARGED TO AT FAULT DRIVER'S AUTO INSURANCE COMPANY



249    FLEA MARKET      DEALERS SPACE - CORNER COVERED SPACE               DAILY                        9.00             9.00     9.00    10.00


250    FLEA MARKET      DEALERS SPACE - 10 x 15 COVERED SPACE              DAILY                        8.00             8.00     8.00     9.00



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             DEPT                                         DESCRIPTION                         UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1                FEE               FEE              COMMENTS


251      FLEA MARKET       DEALERS SPACE - 10 x 30 ASHPHALT SPACE                             DAILY                         7.00              7.00              7.00               8.00


252       INCOME TAX       DELINQUENT PAYMENT AGREEMENT ADMINISTRATION FEE                    EACH                         15.00             15.00             15.00             15.00    PLUS RELATED PENALTIES & INTEREST



253   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION FEE                               EACH                         15.00             15.00             15.00             15.00


                                                                                                                25% of Value; Min 25% of Value; Min 25% of Value; Min 25% of Value; Min
254   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (COMMERCIAL)                            EACH
                                                                                                                     $60.00            $60.00            $60.00           $120.00


255   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (GARAGE)                                EACH                         35.00             35.00             35.00             60.00


256   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (RESIDENTIAL)                           EACH                         60.00             60.00             60.00            120.00


257   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($1-$1,000 VALUE)                             EACH                         50.00             50.00             50.00             55.00


258   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($1,001-$2,000 VALUE)                         BASE                         50.00             50.00             50.00             55.00


259   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($1,000-$2,000 VALUE)                 EACH ADDITIONAL $100                  3.05              3.05              3.05               3.50


260   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($2,001-$25,000 VALUE)                        BASE                         80.75             80.75             80.75             92.75


261   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($2,001-$25,000 VALUE)                EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000               14.00             14.00             14.00             15.38


262   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($25,001-$50,000 VALUE)                       BASE                        403.25            403.25            403.25            463.00


263   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($25,001-$50,000 VALUE)               EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000               10.10             10.10             10.10             11.50


264   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($50,001-$100,000 VALUE)                      BASE                        655.25            655.25            655.25            753.00


265   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($50,001-$100,000 VALUE)              EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                7.00              7.00              7.00               8.00


266   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($100,001-$500,000 VALUE)                     BASE                      1,005.25          1,005.25          1,005.25          1,150.00


267   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($100,001-$500,000 VALUE)             EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                5.60              5.60              5.60               6.40


268   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($500,001-$1,000,000 VALUE)                   BASE                      3,245.25          3,245.25          3,245.25          3,731.00


269   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($500,001-$1,000,000 VALUE)           EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                4.75              4.75              4.75               5.45


270   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES (OVER $1,000,000 VALUE)                       BASE                      5,608.75          5,608.75          5,608.75          6,449.00


271   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES (OVER $1,000,000 VALUE)               EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                3.65              3.65              3.65               4.15


272   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL. REINSPECTION, ETC.)         PER HOUR                       60.00             60.00             60.00             65.00        REMOVED MINIMUM 2 HOURS



273   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT (PRE-MANUFACTURED RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE)           EACH                       50.00%            50.00%            50.00%            50.00%      OF REGULAR BUILDING PERMIT FEE



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                                                                                                                  2015              2015      2016     2017        DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                         DESCRIPTION                   UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1     FEE      FEE         COMMENTS


274   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PLAN REVIEW FEE (INCL FIRE REVIEW)               PERMIT FEE                   65.00%            65.00%   65.00%   65.00%   OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



275   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION BOARD OF APPEALS APPLICATION FEE                EACH                       100.00           100.00   100.00   500.00


276   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                              BASE                        45.00            45.00    45.00    65.00


277   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (BASEBOARD HEAT UNITS)                     EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


278   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (CIRCUITS)                                 EACH                         6.00             6.00     6.00     6.00


279   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (DISHWASHER)                               EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


280   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (ENERGY RETROFIT/TEMP CONTROL)             EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


281   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FEEDERS, BUS DUCTS, ETC.)                EACH 50'                      9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


282   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM 1-10 DEVICES)                  EACH                        75.00            75.00    75.00    75.00


283   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM 11-20 DEVICES)                 EACH                       150.00           150.00   150.00   150.00


284   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM EA. STATION OVER 20 DEV)    EACH DEVICE                     8.00             8.00     8.00     8.00


285   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FURNACE-UNIT HEATER)                      EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


286   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-ADDITIONAL)                  PER HOUR                      45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00       MINIMUM 1 HOUR



287   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-FINAL)                         EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


288   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-HOURLY FEE)                    HOUR                        60.00            60.00    60.00    60.00       MINIMUM 1 HOUR



289   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL/SAFETY)                HOUR                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00       MINIMUM 1 HOUR



290   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA OR HP UP TO 20)                       EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


291   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA & HP 21 TO 50)                        EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


292   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA & HP 50 AND OVER)                     EACH                        18.00            18.00    18.00    18.00


293   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (LIGHTING FIXTURES-PER 25)                 EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


294   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (METER INSPECTION/POWER TURN-ON)           EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


295   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (MOBILE HOME SITE)                         EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


296   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (POWER OUTLETS-INC RANGES, DRYERS)         EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00



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             DEPT                                       DESCRIPTION                  UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1     FEE      FEE                   COMMENTS


297   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SITE)             EACH                         8.00             8.00     8.00     8.00


298   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 0 TO 200 AMP)                 EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


299   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 201 TO 600 AMP)               EACH                        20.00            20.00    20.00    20.00


300   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 601 TO 800 AMP)               EACH                        23.00            23.00    23.00    23.00


301   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 801 TO 1200 AMP)              EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


302   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES OVER 1200 AMP/GFI ONLY)       EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


303   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS LETTER)                          EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


304   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS NEON)                           EACH 25'                      2.00             2.00     2.00     2.00


305   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS UNIT)                            EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


306   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SPECIAL CONDUIT/GROUNDING)             EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


307   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PLAN REVIEW FEE                                EACH                      25.00%            25.00%   25.00%   25.00%            OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



308   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING FIRE ALARM PLAN REVIEW FEE                                EACH                      25.00%            25.00%   25.00%   25.00%   OF PERMIT FEE FOR ANY SYSTEM OVER 10 DEVICES



309   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING GARAGE MOVING FEE                                         EACH                       200.00           200.00   200.00   200.00


310   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING MOVING FEE (EXCEPT GARAGE)                       EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


311   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING LIQUOR LICENSE INSPECTION FEE                             EACH                        75.00            75.00    75.00    80.00


312   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING LIQUOR LICENSE RE-INSPECTION FEE                          EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    50.00


313   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-COMMERCIAL HOODS)         EACH                        20.00            20.00    20.00    20.00


314   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-OVER 10,000 CFM)          EACH                        60.00            60.00    60.00    60.00


315   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-RES BATH & KITCHEN)       EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00     5.00


316   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-UNDER 10,000 CFM)         EACH                        20.00            20.00    20.00    20.00


317   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-CHILLER)                  EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


318   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-COMPRESSOR)               EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


319   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-COOLING TOWERS)           EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00



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             DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                           UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE      FEE      COMMENTS


320   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-EVAPORATOR COILS)                 EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


321   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-REFRIGERATION SPLIT SYSTEM)       EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


322   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                                   EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    65.00


323   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/DUCT)                       PER FOOT                       0.10             0.10     0.10     0.10   $25.00 MINIMUM FEE



324   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/PIPING)                     PER FOOT                       0.10             0.10     0.10     0.10   $25.00 MINIMUM FEE



325   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/RESTAURANT HOODS)             EACH                       150.00           150.00   150.00   150.00


326   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/SPRINKLER HEADS)            PER HEAD                       0.75             0.75     0.75     0.75   $20.00 MINIMUM FEE



327   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEAT RECOVERY UNITS/THRU-WALL FAN COILS)       EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


328   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-BOILER CONTROLS, PUMPS)                EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


329   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-BOILERS)                               EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


330   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-CHIMNEY, FACTORY BUILT)                EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


331   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-FLUE/VENT DAMPER)                      EACH                         8.00             8.00     8.00     8.00


332   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS FIRE PLACES)                       EACH                        20.00            20.00    20.00    20.00


333   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS PIPE TESTING NEW SERVICE)          EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


334   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS PIPING EACH OPENING)               EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00     5.00


335   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS/OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT)             EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


336   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS COMMERCIAL)                 EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


337   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS, COMPLETE RESIDENT)         EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


338   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS, COMPLETE RESIDENT)         EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


339   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-RESIDENTIAL A/C)                       EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


340   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-RESIDENTIAL SYSTEM)                    EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


341   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-SOLAR, SET OF 3 PANELS)                EACH                        20.00            20.00    20.00    20.00


342   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-SOLID FUEL EQUIPMENT COMPLETE)         EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00



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             DEPT                                       DESCRIPTION                           UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1     FEE      FEE         COMMENTS


343   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-WATER HEATER)                           EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


344   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HUMIDIFIERS)                                    EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


345   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-ADDITIONAL)                          EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


346   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-FINAL)                               EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


347   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-HOURLY RATE)                         EACH                        60.00            60.00    60.00    60.00


348   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL/SAFETY)                      EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


349   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-TURN ON GAS)                         EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


350   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/HAZARDOUS 1-4 OUTLETS)           EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00     5.00


351   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/HAZARDOUS 5+ MORE OUTLETS)    PER OUTLET                      1.00             1.00     1.00     1.00


352   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/NON-HAZARDOUS 1-4 OUTLETS)       EACH                         2.00             2.00     2.00     2.00


353   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/NON-HAZARDOUS 5+ OUTLETS)     PER OUTLET                      0.50             0.50     0.50     0.50


354   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (ROOFTOP HVAC UNIT)                              EACH                        60.00            60.00    60.00    60.00


355   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (TANKS-ABOVEGROUND)                              EACH                        20.00            20.00    20.00    20.00


356   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (TANKS-UNDERGROUND)                              EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


357   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (UNIT HEATERS/TERMINAL UNITS)                    EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


358   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (UNIT VENTILATORS)                               EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


359   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PLAN REVIEW FEE                                         EACH                      25.00%            25.00%   25.00%   25.00%   OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



360   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                                      EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    65.00


361   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (CONNECTION BLDG. DRAIN; SEWERS AT STREET)         EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


362   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (FIXTURES, FLOOR DRAINS, LAB DEVICES)              EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


363   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION ADDITIONAL)                            EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


364   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION FINAL)                                 EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


365   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION HOURLY FEE)                            EACH                        60.00            60.00    60.00    60.00     MINIMUM TWO HOURS



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             DEPT                                       DESCRIPTION                               UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1     FEE      FEE         COMMENTS


366   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION SPECIAL/SAFETY)                            EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


367   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (MANHOLES-CATCHBASINS)                                 EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


368   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (MEDICAL GAS INSTALLATION)                          PER OUTLET                      8.00             8.00     8.00     8.00


369   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (REDUCED PRESSURE BACKFLOW PREVENTER 1/4" TO 2")       EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


370   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (REDUCED PRESSURE BACKFLOW PREVENTER OVER 2")          EACH                        20.00            20.00    20.00    20.00


371   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWAGE SUMPS & EJECTORS)                              EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


372   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWERS-SANITARY OR STORM OVER 6")                     EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


373   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWERS-SANITARY OR STORM UNDER 6")                    EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


374   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (STACKS, VENTS, CONDUCTORS)                            EACH                         6.00             6.00     6.00     6.00


375   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SUB-SOIL DRAINS)                                      EACH                         9.00             9.00     9.00     9.00


376   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1-1/2")                    EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


377   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1-1/4")                    EACH                        23.00            23.00    23.00    23.00


378   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1")                        EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


379   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--2")                        EACH                        38.00            38.00    38.00    38.00


380   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--3/4")                      EACH                         8.00             8.00     8.00     8.00


381   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--OVER 2")                   EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


382   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER SERVICE 2" TO 6")                               EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


383   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER SERVICE LESS THAN 2")                           EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00    10.00


384   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER SERVICE OVER 6")                                EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00    50.00


385   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PLAN REVIEW FEE                                               EACH                      25.00%            25.00%   25.00%   25.00%   OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



386   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (GREASE TRAP INSPECTION)                               EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


387   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE APPEAL APPLICATION FEE                       EACH                       100.00           100.00   100.00   100.00


388   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ROOFING PERMIT (RE-ROOF OVER OLD ROOF/1LAYERS MAX)                  PER SQUARE                    100.00           100.00   100.00   150.00



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                                                                                                                   2015             2015        2016       2017                       DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                      UNIT                FEE eff 1/1      FEE eff 7/1       FEE        FEE                        COMMENTS


389   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ROOFING PERMIT (STRIP THEN RE-ROOF)                       PER SQUARE                    200.00           200.00     200.00     250.00


390   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ROOFING PERMIT (STRIP, RE-SHEET, THEN RE-ROOF)            PER SQUARE                    250.00           250.00     250.00     300.00


391   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING Telecommunications Outlets                                 1 - 10 Outlets                50.00            50.00      50.00      50.00


392   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING Telecommunications Outlets                                11 - 20 Outlets               100.00           100.00     100.00     100.00


393   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING Telecommunications Outlets                          Over 20 Outlets - Per Outlet           2.00             2.00       2.00       2.00


394         MARINA         30 FOOT SLIP                                                  EACH                     1,740.00         1,740.00   1,740.00   1,835.00   5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



395         MARINA         40 FOOT SLIP                                                  EACH                     2,400.00         2,400.00   2,400.00   2,525.00   5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



396         MARINA         60 FOOT SLIP                                                  EACH                     3,050.00         3,050.00   3,050.00   3,220.00   5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1


                                                                                                                                                                    ADDITIONAL 5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY
397         MARINA         MULTIPLE SLIP RENTAL                                 RENT ADDITIONAL SLIP                  0.00             0.00       0.00       0.00
                                                                                                                                                                                       FEBRUARY 1


398         MARINA         HARD ACCESS (SLIPS 37-46, 69) UNDER 27' ONLY                  EACH                     1,400.00         1,400.00   1,400.00   1,400.00


399         MARINA         CLASS A MOORING                                               EACH                      550.00           550.00     550.00     550.00    5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



400         MARINA         CLASS B MOORING                                               EACH                      450.00           450.00     450.00     450.00    5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



401         MARINA         DAILY LAUNCH RAMP                                             EACH                       10.00            10.00      10.00      10.00


402         MARINA         SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER                                RESIDENT                     40.00            40.00      40.00      40.00


403         MARINA         SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER                             NON-RESIDENT                    55.00            55.00      55.00      55.00


404         MARINA         SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER (SENIOR/HANDICAPPED)           RESIDENT                     25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00


405         MARINA         SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER (SENIOR/HANDICAPPED)        NON-RESIDENT                    40.00            40.00      40.00      40.00


406         MARINA         END OF SEASON LAUNCH RAMP PERMIT                              EACH                       25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00                  SOLD AFTER SEPTEMBER 15



407         MARINA         SMALL BOAT BASIN                                              EACH                      900.00           900.00     900.00     950.00    5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



408         MARINA         DRY STORAGE (RESIDENTS - CATAMARAN)                           EACH                      200.00           200.00     200.00     200.00


409         MARINA         DRY STORAGE (NON-RESIDENTS - CATAMARAN)                       EACH                      300.00           300.00     300.00     300.00


410         MARINA         CANOE & KAYAK STORAGE                                   PER SIX MONTHS                   75.00            75.00      75.00      75.00           DRY STORAGE BASED ON VEHICLE LENGTH




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       DEPT                                    DESCRIPTION                                    UNIT                FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1       FEE        FEE                         COMMENTS


411   MARINA     DRY STORAGE                                                             PER LINEAL FOOT                 14.50            14.50      14.50      14.50            DRY STORAGE BASED ON VEHICLE LENGTH



412   MARINA     TRAILER STORAGE                                                              EACH                       80.00            80.00      80.00      80.00


413   MARINA     PERSONAL WATERCRAFT STORAGE                                                  EACH                       65.00            65.00      65.00      65.00                   DOCKAGE FEE FOR JET SKI


                                                                                                                                                                         MINIMUM - FEE CHARGED BASED ON TRANSIENT VESSEL RATES
414   MARINA     END OF SEASON LATE REMOVAL FEE                                          PER DAY MINIMUM                 32.00            32.00      32.00      32.00
                                                                                                                                                                                      (VESSEL LENGTH) PER STATE DNR


415   MARINA     SHOPPERS DOCK                                                                EACH                       10.00            10.00      10.00      10.00               $10 PER 3 HOURS, 35' DOCKS ONLY



416   MARINA     COST TO MOVE CATAMARAN POST                                                  EACH                       60.00            60.00      60.00      60.00            COST TO MOVE EXISTING POST LOCATION



417   MARINA     EXTERNAL ELECTRIC FEE                                                     PER MONTH                                                            15.00                           NEW FEE



418   PLANNING   PRECINCT MAPS (LARGE)                                                        EACH                       30.00            30.00      30.00      30.00


419   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - COLOR                                   EACH                      130.00           130.00     130.00     130.00                          HARD COPY



420   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - B & W                                   EACH                       35.00            35.00      35.00      35.00                          HARD COPY



421   PLANNING   DOWNTOWN PLAN COPY                                                           EACH                       30.00            30.00      30.00      30.00                          HARD COPY



422   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - COLOR                                   EACH                       15.00            15.00      15.00      15.00                       PROVIDED ON CD



423   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - B & W                                   EACH                       15.00            15.00      15.00      15.00                       PROVIDED ON CD



424   PLANNING   DOWNTOWN PLAN COPY                                                           EACH                       15.00            15.00      15.00      15.00                       PROVIDED ON CD



425   PLANNING   OBSOLETE PROPERTY REHAB FILING & MONITORING FEE                              EACH                    1,000.00          1,000.00   1,000.00   1,000.00    2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS - MINIMUM $500)



426   PLANNING   NEZ APPLICATION FEE                                                          EACH                       25.00            25.00      25.00      25.00


427   PLANNING   IFT/CFT APPLICATION FEE                                                      EACH                    1,722.00          1,722.00   1,722.00   1,722.00    2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS - MINIMUM $500)


                 IFT/CFT/OPRA/COMMERCIAL REHAB DISTRICT ESTABLISHMENT IF ON A SEPARATE
428   PLANNING                                                                                EACH                        0.00             0.00     500.00     500.00
                 MEETING FROM CERTIFICATE


429   PLANNING   PERSONAL PROPERTY ABATEMENT FEE                                              EACH                    1,722.00          1,722.00   1,722.00   1,722.00    2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS - MINIMUM $400)



430   PLANNING   COMMERCIAL REHAB FILING/MONITORING FEE                                       EACH                    1,000.00          1,000.00   1,000.00   1,000.00    2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS - MINIMUM $500)



431   PLANNING   GROUNDWATER ORDINANCE APPLICATION FEE                                        EACH                      750.00           750.00     750.00     750.00


432   PLANNING   BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FEE                                       EACH                    2,500.00          2,500.00   2,500.00   2,500.00         IF TAX CAPTURE FEE BASED ON ACTUAL COSTS



433   PLANNING   LEISURE SERVICES MASTER PLAN                                                 EACH                       30.00            30.00      30.00      30.00                          HARD COPY



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434   PLANNING   LEISURE SERVICES MASTER PLAN                                                    EACH                        15.00            15.00        15.00        15.00                             CD



435    POLICE    POLICE REPORTS - ACCIDENT & OFFENSE (EACH ADDITIONAL PAGE)                      EACH                         0.25             0.25         0.25         0.25


436    POLICE    POLICE REPORTS - ACCIDENT & OFFENSE (FIRST PAGE)                                EACH                         5.50             5.50         5.50         5.50


437    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (CHANGE OWNERSHIP)                                            EACH                         2.00             2.00         2.00         2.00


438    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (DUPLICATE)                                                   EACH                         1.00             1.00         1.00         1.00


439    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (ENGRAVING)                                                   EACH                         0.00             0.00         0.00         0.00                         NO CHARGE



440    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (NEW)                                                         EACH                         2.00             2.00         2.00         2.00


441    POLICE    CITATION COPY                                                                   EACH                         5.50             5.50         5.50         5.50


442    POLICE    FALSE ALARM FEE (4TH IN YEAR)                                                   EACH                        30.00            30.00        30.00        30.00


443    POLICE    FALSE ALARM FEE (5TH IN YEAR)                                                   EACH                        60.00            60.00        60.00        60.00


444    POLICE    FALSE ALARM FEE (6TH OR MORE IN YEAR)                                           EACH                        75.00            75.00        75.00        75.00


                                                                                                                                                                                INCLUDES $1.00 COST TO PROVIDE OWNER COPY OF INFORMATION
445    POLICE    LICENSE TO PURCHASE FEE                                                         EACH                         6.00             6.00         6.00         6.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                   AND $5.00 NOTARY FEE


446    POLICE    LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE - NEW EVENT (45 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                   EACH                       250.00           250.00       150.00       150.00


                 LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE - RETURN EVENT, OUTSIDE CITY RATE (45 DAYS PRIOR
447    POLICE                                                                                    EACH                                                     125.00       125.00
                 TO EVENT)

                 LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE - RETURN EVENT, IN CITY RATE (45 DAYS PRIOR TO
448    POLICE                                                                                    EACH                                                      75.00        75.00
                 EVENT)


449    POLICE    LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE (15 - 44 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT) (ALL)                    EACH                       350.00           350.00       250.00       250.00


450    POLICE    LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE (UNDER 15 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                         EACH                 NOT ISSUED        NOT ISSUED    NOT ISSUED   NOT ISSUED


                 LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING ESTABLISHMENT LICENSE (45 DAYS PRIOR TO
451    POLICE                                                                                    EACH                        50.00            50.00        40.00        40.00
                 EVENT)

                 LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING ESTABLISHMENT LICENSE (15 - 44 DAYS PRIOR TO
452    POLICE                                                                                    EACH                        75.00            75.00        60.00        60.00
                 EVENT)

                 LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING ESTABLISHMENT LICENSE (UNDER 15 DAYS PRIOR
453    POLICE                                                                                    EACH                 NOT ISSUED        NOT ISSUED    NOT ISSUED   NOT ISSUED
                 TO EVENT)


454    POLICE    LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING CLUB LICENSE (45 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)               EACH                        50.00            50.00        40.00        40.00


                 LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING CLUB LICENSE (15 - 44 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)
455    POLICE                                                                                    EACH                        75.00            75.00        60.00        60.00
                 (ALL)


456    POLICE    LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING CLUB LICENSE (UNDER 15 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)         EACH                 NOT ISSUED        NOT ISSUED    NOT ISSUED   NOT ISSUED



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          DEPT                                         DESCRIPTION                                  UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE        FEE                          COMMENTS


457      POLICE        OUIL COST RECOVERY FEE                                                       EACH              ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS


458      POLICE        PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (ENLARGED)                                           EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00      15.00


459      POLICE        PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (STD SIZE)                                           EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00      10.00


460      POLICE        PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (CD-ROM)                                             EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00       5.00


461      POLICE        PRELIMINARY BREATH TEST                                                      EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00       5.00              FOR COURT/PROBATION ORDERED TEST



462      POLICE        VIN INSPECTION                                                               EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00      30.00


463      POLICE        VEHICLE IMPOUND FEE (PRIVATE)                                                EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00      50.00


464      POLICE        VEHICLE IMPOUND FEE (COURT-ORDERED)                                      EVERY 30 DAYS                   50.00            50.00    50.00      50.00

                                                                                                                                                                             DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
465   SPECIAL EVENTS   PARKS (WOOD SNOW FENCE RENTAL)                                               EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00      30.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  UP IS REQUIRED
                                                                                                                                                                            DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
466   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES (55-GAL METAL TRASH CANS)                                      EACH                         5.00             5.00     5.00       5.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   UP IS REQUIRED

                                                                                                                                                                             DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
467   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES RENTAL OF POSTS                                              EACH POST                      3.00             3.00     3.00       3.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  UP IS REQUIRED


                                                                                                                                                                             DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
468   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES (PICNIC TABLES)                                                EACH                        10.00            10.00    10.00      10.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  UP IS REQUIRED




469   SPECIAL EVENTS   FILM & MUSIC EVENTS ADMINISTRATION FEE                                       EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00      50.00




470   SPECIAL EVENTS   SPEICAL EVENTS HYDRANT USAGE                                             PER HYDRANT                    100.00           100.00   100.00     100.00      THIS RATE INCLUDES INSTALLATION/REMOVAL AND TESTING



                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR PEAK SEASON EVENTS (4/15-9/30)                                                                                     APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED PRIOR TO APRIL 15 WILL RECEIVE
471   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                EACH                       100.00           100.00   100.00     100.00
                       SUBMITTED AT LEAST 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT                                                                                                                50% DISCOUNT OFF REGULAR FEE.

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR PEAK SEASON EVENTS (4/15-9/30)                                                                                     APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED PRIOR TO APRIL 15 WILL RECEIVE
472   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                EACH                       250.00           250.00   250.00     250.00
                       SUBMITTED 45-59 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT                                                                                                                      50% DISCOUNT OFF REGULAR FEE.

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR PEAK SEASON EVENTS (4/15-9/30)                                                                                     APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED PRIOR TO APRIL 15 WILL RECEIVE
473   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                EACH                       400.00           400.00   400.00     400.00
                       SUBMITTED 30-44 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT                                                                                                                      50% DISCOUNT OFF REGULAR FEE.

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
474   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                EACH                        50.00            50.00    50.00      50.00
                       12/31) SUBMITTED AT LEAST 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
475   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                EACH                       200.00           200.00   200.00     200.00
                       12/31) SUBMITTED 45-59 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
476   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                EACH                       300.00           300.00   300.00     300.00
                       12/31) SUBMITTED 30-44DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT



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           DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                                     UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1             FEE             FEE                         COMMENTS

                         SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
477    SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                  EACH                       500.00            500.00          500.00          500.00
                         12/31) SUBMITTED LESS THAN 30 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT


478    SPECIAL EVENTS    CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - STRAIGHT TIME)                              PER HOUR                      40.00             40.00           40.00           40.00


479    SPECIAL EVENTS    CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - 1.5 OVERTIME)                               PER HOUR                      60.00             60.00           60.00           60.00


480    SPECIAL EVENTS    CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - TRIPLE OVERTIME)                            PER HOUR                     120.00            120.00          120.00          120.00


481     TREASURER        DUPLICATE TAX BILL COPY (COMPUTER PRINTOUT)                                   EACH                         3.00              3.00            3.00            3.00


482     TREASURER        PROPERTY TAX PROJECTION/ESTIMATE LETTER                                       EACH                        20.00             20.00           20.00           20.00


483     TREASURER        NSF CHECK/NSF ACH HANDLING CHARGE                                             EACH                        30.00             30.00           30.00           30.00


484     TREASURER        TAX RECEIPT INQUIRY (LESS THAN 3 YEARS OLD)                                   EACH                         5.00              5.00            5.00            5.00


485     TREASURER        TAX RECEIPT INQUIRY (MORE THAN 3 YEARS OLD)                                   EACH                        12.00             12.00           12.00           12.00


486     TREASURER        TRANSACTION SERVICE FEE (PAYMENTS MADE AT WINDOWW/O BILL)                     EACH                         2.00              2.00            2.00            2.00


487     TREASURER        TRANSACTION ADMINISTRATIVE FEE (CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS BY PHONE)                EACH                         5.00              5.00            5.00            5.00


488     TREASURER        PETTY CASH NUISANCE FEE (FAILURE TO RETURN RECEIPTS IN TIMELY FASHION)        EACH                         5.00              5.00            5.00            5.00


489     TREASURER        PROPERTY TAX ROLL ON CD-ROM OR ELECTRONIC FILE                                EACH                       125.00            125.00          125.00          125.00


490     TREASURER        PROPERTY TAX LIEN INQUIRY/LOOKUP (PERFORMED BY CITY STAFF)                    EACH                        35.00             35.00           35.00           35.00         PAYMENT IN ADVANCE W/CREDIT CARD REQUIRED



491     TREASURER        PROPERTY TAX LIEN INQUIRY/LOOKUP (SELF-HELP INTERNET LOOKUP)                  EACH                        20.00             20.00           20.00           20.00


492     TREASURER        PENALTY ASSESSMENT ON DELINQUENT TAXES                                        EACH                         3.0%             3.0%             3.0%            3.0%


493     TREASURER        PROPERTY TAX ADMINISTRATION FEE (PTAF)                                        EACH                         1.0%             1.0%             1.0%            1.0%


494     TREASURER        LANDLORD'S AFFIDAVIT FILING                                                   EACH                       300.00            300.00          300.00          300.00


                                                                                                                                           3.0% WITH $2.00 3.0% WITH $2.00 3.0% WITH $2.00 $2.00 FLAT FEE PER TRANSACTION OF $1.00 TO $65.00 AND 3% FEE
495     TREASURER        CREDIT CARD CONVENIENCE FEE                                                   EACH
                                                                                                                                                 MINIMUM         MINIMUM         MINIMUM              PER TRANSACTION OF $65.01 AND GREATER


496   WATER FILTRATION   WATER TEST SAMPLE                                                          PER SAMPLE                     70.00             70.00           70.00           70.00               COVERS STAFF TIME AND LAB WORK



497    WATER-SEWER       DELINQUENT PAYMENT PENALTY                                               PAST DUE BALANCE               10.00%            10.00%          10.00%           10.00%


                                                                                                                            GREATER OF       GREATER OF       GREATER OF      GREATER OF
498    WATER-SEWER       DELINQUENT PAYMENT PENALTY (TAX LIEN FEE)                                PAST DUE BALANCE
                                                                                                                           20% OR $25.00    20% OR $25.00    20% OR $25.00   20% OR $25.00




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         DEPT                                     DESCRIPTION                           UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1        FEE         FEE                          COMMENTS


499   WATER-SEWER   HYDRANT SERVICE (MAXIMUM 30 DAY) CONNECTION CHARGE                  EACH                        50.00            50.00       50.00       50.00           $400.00 REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT ALSO REQUIRED



500   WATER-SEWER   INSTALLATION OF STUB LINE TO PROPERTY LINE (SEWER PERMIT)           EACH                     1,000.00          1,000.00    1,000.00    1,000.00    INCLUDES REPAIR AND POSSIBLE REPLACEMENT OF SERVICE



501   WATER-SEWER   METER REPLACEMENT AT OWNER'S REQUEST                                EACH              ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS


502   WATER-SEWER   METER RESET AT OWNER'S REQUEST                                      EACH                        35.00            35.00       35.00       35.00


503   WATER-SEWER   METER TEST                                                          EACH                        35.00            35.00       35.00       35.00


504   WATER-SEWER   MISSED METER APPOINTMENT                                            EACH                        25.00            25.00       25.00       25.00


505   WATER-SEWER   TEMPORARY (MINIMUM 30 DAY) SERVICE                                  EACH                        25.00            25.00       25.00       25.00


                                                                                                                                                                      FIRST VISIT IS FREE - FEE CHARGED PER VISIT AFTER FIRST ONE
506   WATER-SEWER   THAWING WATER/SEWER LINE                                            EACH                       200.00           200.00      200.00      200.00
                                                                                                                                                                                               EACH SEASON


507   WATER-SEWER   TURN ON CHARGE (AFTER HOURS)                                        EACH                       100.00           100.00      100.00      100.00                     CALL IN MINIMUM 3 HOURS



508   WATER-SEWER   TURN ON CHARGE (REGULAR HOURS)                                      EACH                        25.00            25.00       25.00       25.00


509   WATER-SEWER   TURN ON CHARGE (SEASONAL USE)                                       EACH                        12.50            12.50       12.50       12.50


510   WATER-SEWER   TURN ON CHARGE (MISSED APPOINTMENT - SAME DAY TURN ON)              EACH                        40.00            40.00       40.00       40.00


                                                                                                                                                                       FEE APPLIED TO SEWER PERMIT IF PROBLEM IS IN THE CITY'S
511   WATER-SEWER   TV SEWER LATERAL                                                    EACH                       100.00           100.00      100.00      100.00
                                                                                                                                                                                        PORTION OF SYSTEM


512   WATER-SEWER   UNAUTHORIZED WATER USE OR TAMPERING (MINIMUM CHARGE)                EACH                       200.00           200.00      200.00      200.00


513   WATER-SEWER   UNAUTHORIZED WATER USE (ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR CONT'D USE)          PER DAY                      20.00            20.00       20.00       20.00


514   WATER-SEWER   BACKFLOW PREVENTER DEVICE REGISTRATION/AUDIT FEE            ANNUAL FEE-EACH DEVICE              10.00            10.00       10.00       10.00


515   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 5/8" OR 3/4"                           EACH                     1,000.00          1,000.00    1,000.00    1,000.00


516   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1"                                     EACH                     2,000.00          2,000.00    2,000.00    2,000.00


517   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1-1/4" OR 1-1/2"                       EACH                     4,000.00          4,000.00    4,000.00    4,000.00


518   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 2"                                     EACH                     6,800.00          6,800.00    6,800.00    6,800.00


519   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 3"                                     EACH                    12,800.00         12,800.00   12,800.00   12,800.00


520   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 4"                                     EACH                    20,000.00         20,000.00   20,000.00   20,000.00


521   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 6"                                     EACH                    40,000.00         40,000.00   40,000.00   40,000.00



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         DEPT                                     DESCRIPTION                 UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1        FEE         FEE                           COMMENTS


522   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - GREATER THAN 6"              EACH                         TBD              TBD         TBD         TBD                  BASED ON CALCULATED CAPACITY



523   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 2"                          EACH                         0.00              0.00        0.00        0.00                     TIME & MATERIALS BASIS



524   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 4"                          EACH                     6,800.00          6,800.00    6,800.00    6,800.00


525   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 6"                          EACH                    12,800.00         12,800.00   12,800.00   12,800.00


526   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 8"                          EACH                    20,000.00         20,000.00   20,000.00   20,000.00


527   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 12"                         EACH                    40,000.00         40,000.00   40,000.00   40,000.00


528   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 5/8" OR 3/4"                 EACH                     1,000.00          1,000.00    1,000.00    1,000.00


529   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1"                           EACH                     2,000.00          2,000.00    2,000.00    2,000.00


530   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1-1/4" OR 1-1/2"             EACH                     4,000.00          4,000.00    4,000.00    4,000.00


531   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 2"                           EACH                     6,800.00          6,800.00    6,800.00    6,800.00


532   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 3"                           EACH                    12,800.00         12,800.00   12,800.00   12,800.00


533   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 4"                           EACH                    20,000.00         20,000.00   20,000.00   20,000.00


534   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 6"                           EACH                    40,000.00         40,000.00   40,000.00   40,000.00


535   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - GREATER THAN 6"              EACH                         TBD              TBD         TBD         TBD                  BASED ON CALCULATED CAPACITY


                                                                                                                                                            ***THIS FEE IS BEING REVIEWED BY THE CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
536   WATER-SEWER   STORM WATER CROSS CONNECTION SEWER TREATMENT CHARGE      PER DAY                       0.00              0.00        0.00        0.00
                                                                                                                                                                    AND WILL BE UPDATE ONCE WE HAVE A RESPONSE



537   WATER-SEWER   LARGE WATERMAIN TAPS                                      EACH                       200.00           200.00      200.00      200.00                      PLUS TIME &MATERIALS




538   WATER-SEWER   SMALL WATER TAPS                                          EACH                        50.00            50.00       50.00       50.00       SMALL TAP FEE UP TO AND INCLUDING 2' WATER SERVICE




539   WATER-SEWER   RESIDENTIAL FLAT RATE SEWER CHARGE                        MONTH                       28.70            32.18       32.18       39.64           BASED ON 11.66 UNITS/MO OR 35 UNITS/QUARTER



540   WATER-SEWER   COMMERCIAL FLAT RATE SEWER CHARGE                         MONTH                       36.15            40.81       40.81       49.55           BASED ON 11.66 UNITS/MO OR 35 UNITS/QUARTER



541     ZONING      SPECIAL MEETING FEE (PLANNING, ZBA)                   PER REQUEST                    500.00           500.00      500.00      500.00


542     ZONING      FENCE PERMIT FEE                                          EACH                        30.00            30.00       30.00       30.00




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      DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                             UNIT                 FEE eff 1/1       FEE eff 7/1    FEE      FEE           COMMENTS


543   ZONING   LOT SPLIT REVIEW                                                         EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


544   ZONING   ZONING, GIS MAPS (UP TO 17" x 24" )                                      EACH                        15.00            15.00    15.00    15.00


545   ZONING   ZONING, GIS MAPS (17" x 24" TO 34" x 44" )                               EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


546   ZONING   PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD)                                           EACH                         0.00             0.00     0.00     0.00


547   ZONING   PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) - PRELIMINARY                             EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


548   ZONING   PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) - FINAL                                   EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


549   ZONING   PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) - AMENDMENT                               EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


550   ZONING   SIDEWALK BENCH ENCROACHMENT                                       PER BENCH PER MONTH                 5.00             5.00     5.00     5.00


551   ZONING   SITE PLAN REVIEW FEE - MINOR                                             EACH                       200.00           200.00   200.00   200.00


552   ZONING   SITE PLAN REVIEW FEE - MAJOR                                             EACH                       400.00           400.00   400.00   400.00


553   ZONING   PLANNING COMMISSION REVIEW                                               EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


554   ZONING   SPECIAL USE PERMIT                                                       EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


555   ZONING   ALLEY OR STREET VACATION                                                 EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


556   ZONING   ZONING COMPLIANCE LETTER                                                 EACH                        30.00            30.00    30.00    30.00


557   ZONING   ZONE CHANGE                                                              EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


               ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPLICATION / ORDINANCE INTERPRETAION -
558   ZONING                                                                            EACH                       400.00           400.00   400.00   400.00   COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL ONLY
               COMMERCIAL

               ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPLICATION / ORDINANCE INTERPRETAION -
559   ZONING                                                                            EACH                       200.00           200.00   200.00   200.00        RESIDENTIAL ONLY
               RESIDENTIAL


560   ZONING   ZONING - AMENDMENT TO THE ORDINANCE                                      EACH                       500.00           500.00   500.00   500.00


561   ZONING   ZONING ORDINANCE COPY                                                    EACH                        25.00            25.00    25.00    25.00


562   ZONING   ZONING ORDINANCE COPY W/ MAP                                             EACH                        45.00            45.00    45.00    45.00


               NR * = FEES APPLICABLE TO NON-RESIDENTS OF THE CITY




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             Commission Meeting Date: December 13, 2016

Date:                 December 6, 2015
To:                   Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:                 Planning & Economic Development Department
RE:                   Request to Deny & Accept Properties that did not
                      Sell During the Tax sale for 2016


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
The County of Muskegon held two delinquent tax auctions during 2016. There were fifty-
three properties left after the last auction. According to the State’s tax foreclosure laws, the
City must state that they are not interested in obtaining them, otherwise the City will
automatically receive ownership of the parcels. From the list that was provided, Planning
and Community & Neighborhood Services have gone over the parcels to determine which
ones to accept.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:
None.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To deny and accept certain parcels and authorize both the Mayor and the Clerk to sign said
resolution.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
None.
                                 Resolution No. 2016-_____

                            MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION

RESOLUTION TO DENY ACCEPTANCE OF TAX REVERTED PROPERTY FROM THE
COUNTY TREASURER.

WHEREAS, The City may not accept the properties available under the urban homestead act,
1999 PA 127, MCL 125.2701 to 125.2709, PA 123 of 1999, MCL 211.78M(6) or for any other
lawful purpose, and;

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon does not want to acquire forty-five parcels;

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon will accept the remaining eight parcels;

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon also will not accept any other parcel that was not on the list
of fifty-three parcels (should something be discovered that is not already listed below);

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City of Muskegon shall not accept forty-five
parcels that were remaining from the tax sale but will accept the remaining eight parcels.

                   Legal Descriptions that will Not be Accepted are as Follows:
       1-Parcel # 24-036-400-0019-00
       Address: 1054 W Sherman
       Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON SEC 36 T10N R17W COM 33 FT N OF SE COR
       OF E 4/5 OF SE 1/4 OF SW 1/4 OF SE 1/4 TH N PAR WITH E LN SD SEC 627 FT TH
       E 501 FT TH S 360 FT TH E 200 FT TH S 267 FT TO THE N LN OF SHERMAN
       BLVD TH W 704 FT TO POB EXCEPT THE FOLLOWING COMMENCE AT SE
       COR SD SEC N 89D 41M 10 S W ALG S LN SD SE 1/4 A DIST OF 100 FT THE S 00
       D 20M 54S W A DIST OF 267 FT TH S 89D 41M 10S E PAR WITH SD S LN OF SE
       1/4 A DIST OF 100 FT TH S 00D 20M 54S E ALG E LN SD W 200 FT OF W 1/2 OF
       SE 1/4 OF SE 1/4 AS FOUND MONUMENTED A DIST OF 267 FT TO POB
       2-Parcel #24-185-101-0009-10
       Address: 1654 Dyson
       Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON CASTENHOLZ SUB DIV OF BLKS 100 101 &
       103 TO 120 INCL S 20 FT LOT 9 & N 10 FT LOT 10 BLK 101
       3-Parcel # 24-185-106-0004-00
       Address: 1694 Manz
       Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON CASTENHOLZ SUB DIV OF BLKS 100 101 &
       103 TO 120 INCL LOT 4 BLK 106
       4-Parcel # 24-185-109-0020-00
       Address: 1687 Elwood
       Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON CASTENHOLZ SUB DIV OF BLKS 100 101 &
       103 TO 120 INCL LOT 20 BLK 109
5-Parcel # 24-205-014-0007-00
Address: 545 Marquette
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 7 BLK 14
6-Parcel # 24-205-035-0001-03
Address: 725 Ellifson
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 40 FT OF W 177 FT
OF S 214 FT OF N 239 FT OF BLK 35
7-Parcel # 24-205-049-0001-00
Address: Orchard Ave.
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 NORTH 12.7 FEET OF
SOUTH 100 FEET LOT 1 BLOCK 49
8-Parcel # 24-205-049-0019-95
Address: 582 Amity
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 40 FT OF S 155 FT
LOT 19 BLK 49
9-Parcel # 24-205-050-0020-40
Address: 750 Amity
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 44 FT OF S 132 FT
LOT 20 BLK 50
10-Parcel # 24-205-053-0005-50
Address: 586 Allen
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 40 FT S 132 FT LOT
5 BLK 53
11-Parcel # 24-205-057-0005-00
Address: 960 Williams
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 1/2 LOT 5 BLK 57
12-Parcel # 24-205-059-0003-00
Address: 629 Allen
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 3 BLK 59
13-Parcel # 24-205-066-0004-00
Address: 501 E Apple
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 4 BLK 66
14-Parcel # 24-205-066-0011-00
Address: Chestnut
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 N ½ LOT 11 EXC E 6
FT BLK 66
15-Parcel# 24-205-068-0001-10
Address: 1073 Williams
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 45 FT LOT 1 BLK 68
16-Parcel # 24-205-073-0008-00
Address: 748 Catherine
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 8 BLK 73
17-Parcel #24-205-077-0013-10
Address: 530 Catherine
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 S 74 FT LOT 13 BLK 77
18-Parcel # 24-205-083-0005-00
Address: 685 Catherine
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 LOT 5 BLK 83
19-Parcel # 24-205-090-0014-00
Address: 618 Catawba
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 LOT 14 BLK 90
20-Parcel # 24-205-230-0006-00
Address: 132 Delaware
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 BLK 230 LOT 6
21-Parcel # 24-205-239-0010-10
Address: 1183 Terrace
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 ELY 94 FT LOT 10
BLK 239
22-Parcel # 24-205-241-0006-10
Address: 34 E Isabella
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 43.5 FT OF S 78 FT
OF LOT 6 BLK 241
23-Parcel # 24-205-245-0007-00
Address: 252 E Isabella
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 WLY 51 FT LOT 7
BLK 245
24-Parcel # 24-205-249-0010-00
Address: 369 E Isabella
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 60 FT LOT 10 &
NWLY 2.4 FT OF SWLY 60 FT LOT 9 & NELY 5 IN OF SELY 19.7 FT OF NWLY
68.6 FT LOT 11 BLK 249
25-Parcel # 24-205-253-0010-10
Address: 1261 Terrace
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 N 38.7 FT OF E 97 FT
OF LOT 10 BLK 253
26-Parcel # 24-205-253-0012-00
Address: 119 E Isabella
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 WLY 44 FT LOT 12
BLK 253 ALSO DESC AS W 2/3 LOT 12 BLK 253
27-Parcel # 24-205-275-0009-10
Address: 72 E Grand
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 1/2 OF S 14.25 FT
LOT 8 & E 1/2 LOT 9 BLK 275
28-Parcel # 24-205-281-0002-00
Address: 1524 Hoyt
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 N 35 FT 8 IN LOT 2
BLK 281
29-Parcel # 24-205-294-0011-00
Address: 1617 Smith
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 11 BLK 294
30-Parcel # 24-205-296-0017-00
Address: 1725 Wood
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 17 & S 7 1/2 FT
LOT 18 BLK 296
31-Parcel # 24-205-297-0024-00
Address: 1691 Smith
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 24 EX S 3.5 FT
TH'OF & S 1/2 LOT 25 BLK 297 ALSO COM AT NE COR LOT 26 TH S 41 FT FOR
POB TH CONT S 4 FT TH W 125.22 FT TH N 4.03 FT TH E 125.22 FT TO POB
32-Parcel # 24-205-298-0020-00
Address: 1709 Pine
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 N 22 1/2 FT LOT 20 & S
15 FT LOT 21 BLK 298
33-Parcel # 24-205-307-0002-00
Address: Pine St.
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 20 FT OF LOT 2
BLK 307
34-Parcel # 24-205-339-0005-00
Address: 593 W Webster
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 33 FT OF LOT 5
BLK 339
35-Parcel # 24-205-375-0002-00
Address: 1363 7th
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 2 EX W 40 FT
BLK 375
36-Parcel # 24-205-406-0007-00
Address: 329 Washington
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 7 BLK 406
37-Parcel # 24-205-418-0003-00
Address: 1514 Park
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 3 BLK 418
38-Parcel # 24-205-433-0006-00
Address: 695 W Southern
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 6 BLK 433
39-Parcel # 24-255-001-0007-00
Address: 1844 McIlwraith
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON EASTLAWN SUB DIV OF BLKS 3-4 & 5 R P
EASTONS 2ND SUB DIV LOT 7 BLK
40-Parcel # 24-613-000-0789-00
Address: 1227 Adams
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL PLAT NO 4 W 55 FT LOT
789
41-Parcel # 24-665-000-0149-00
Address: 868 W Hackley
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON ORCHARD GROVE ADDITION LOTS 149 &
150
42-Parcel # 24-665-000-0413-00
Address: 2347 Hudson
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON ORCHARD GROVE ADDITION LOT 413
43-Parcel # 24-745-000-0049-00
Address: 1304 Emerson
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON ROSELINDE ADD LOT 49
44-Parcel # 24-763-001-0026-10
Address: 367 E Holbrook
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON SUB DIV OF LOTS 2-3 BLK 1 R P EASTONS
2ND SUB DIV PART OF SEC 32 LOTS 26-28 BLK 1 EXC E 40 FT & W 45 FT TH'OF
45-Parcel # 24-779-001-0007-10
Address: McCracken
Description: CITY OF MUSEKGON SUB DIV OF BLOCK 651 S 35.92 FT OF LOT 7
BLK 1 ALSO THAT PART OF VAC N/S ALLEY BEING S 34.54 FT OF SD ALLEY
            Legal Descriptions that will be Accepted are as Follows:
1-Parcel # 24-205-022-0002-00
Address: 553 Jackson
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 2 & N 150 FT
LOT 3 BLK 22
2-Parcel # 24-205-152-0008-20
Address: 365 Sumner
Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 ELY 44 FT LOTS 8 9
& 10 BLK 152
        3-Parcel # 24-205-194-0007-00
        Address: 332 E Walton
        Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 E 1/4 LOT 6 AND W 1/2
        LOT 7 BLK 194
        4-Parcel # 24-205-249-0004-10
        Address: 376 Catherine
        Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 60 FT LOT 4 BLK
        249
        5-Parcel # 24-205-378-0006-00
        Address: 1246 5th
        Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 N 46 FT LOT 6 BLK
        378
        6-Parcel # 24-205-378-0006-10
        Address: 1252 5th
        Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 NLY 44 FT OF SLY 86
        FT LOT 6 BLK 378

        7-Parcel # 24-205-449-0009-00
        Address: 324 W Larch
        Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 9 FT LOT 8 & W 29
        FT LOT 9 BLK 449
        8-Parcel # 24-205-377-0001-00
        Address: 1245 5th
        Description: CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 1 EX SELY 79.5
        FT TH'OF & E 1/2 OF LOT 2 EX SELY 79.5 FT TH'OF BLK 377
Adopted this 13th day of December, 2016

Ayes:

Nays:

Absent:
                                                   By: _________________________
                                                            Stephen Gawron, Mayor

                                                 Attest: ________________________
                                                            Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                                                              Clerk
                                           CERTIFICATION

I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted
by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan at a regular
meeting held on December 13, 2016.

                                                                By: ________________________
                                                                       Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                                                                         Clerk
COMMISSION MEETING DATE: December 13, 2016

Date:         December 5, 2016

To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From:         Director of Public Safety Jeffrey Lewis

RE:           All Season Rescue Water Craft (Fire)

_______________________________________________________

SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

The Director of Public Safety requests that the Commission authorize the amount of
$67,500.00 for a 20’ Rescue Water Craft for the Muskegon Fire Department. This specialty
rescue boat will replace the 1988 “Scat” hovercraft, which is no longer in service due to
being unrepairable. The selected rescue craft is made by Duck Water Boats in Dover, Ohio.
This craft would enable Fire the ability to perform in four (4) seasons with a focus on open
water/ice rescue during the winter months. The craft is propelled by “air power”, supplied by
a Levaitor Marine V8 550 HP motor. The vessel comes with a venture trailer for swift/easy
deployment when/where it’s needed.

This equipment will enhance our ability to perform in harsh winter conditions and provide
other services needed during the rest of the year, including river rescue and mobility in wet
lands, which is not existent at this time.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:
N/A – Budgeted

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
Equipment was budgeted in the 2016/2017 budget cycle to support the equipment upgrade
(404 Public Improvement Fund).

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends approval of this rescue craft purchase to update and enhance essential
winter/ice rescue capabilities.
          Commission Meeting Date: December 13, 2016




Date:          December 6, 2016
To:            Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:          Planning & Economic Development Department
RE:            Renaissance Zone: Third Amendment to
               Development Agreement- City of Muskegon and
               Parkland Muskegon, Inc.


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:            To approve the attached Development Agreement
(“Agreement”) between the City of Muskegon (“City”) and Parkland Muskegon, Inc.
(“Company”).



FINANCIAL IMPACT: There are assurances that the project will be completed that involve
financial commitments to the City. They include a special assessment in the amount of
$400,000 to be placed in escrow which will be applied to the property if certain conditions are
not met, as well as an escrow deposit of $100,000 to be held by the City until a Certificate of
Occupancy is granted for 47 units. In addition, a “profit sharing” clause in the amount of 10%
to the City is included in the event the Project is sold and the net proceeds to the Company
exceed $6,700,000. In addition, the City agrees to take ownership of the lot adjacent to
HighPoint Flats, as well as the area behind the properties on the block and will then improve
the area behind the property as a parking lot with 90 spaces. Further, the Agreement is
contingent upon the City’s approval of a 15 year NEZ HighPoint Flats.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the Third Amendment to Development
Agreement between the City and the Company, and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign.
                                                                       DRAFT
                                                                       12/02/16


                        THIRD AMENDMENT TO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT

       THIS THIRD AMENDMENT TO DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT is made this ___ day of November,
2016 (the “Third Amendment”), by and between the CITY OF MUSKEGON, a Michigan municipal
corporation (the “City”), whose address is 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49441, and PARKLAND
MUSKEGON, LLC, a Michigan limited liability company of 75 W. Walton Suite A, Muskegon, Michigan
49440, and PARKLAND MUSKEGON, INC., a Michigan corporation whose address is 75 W. Walton Suite
A, Muskegon, Michigan 49440 (collectively the “Company”)(collectively the “City” and the “Company”
may be referred to as the “Parties”).

                                              RECITALS

         WHEREAS, the Company and the City are parties to a certain Development Agreement, dated as
of September 4, 2007, as amended by a certain First Amendment to Development Agreement dated as of
March 26, 2013 (collectively the “Development Agreement”). Unless otherwise defined herein,
capitalized terms shall have the meaning given to them in the Development Agreement; and

       WHEREAS, the Parties agreed on terms and the Muskegon City Commission approved a Second
Amendment to Development Agreement (“Second Amendment”), which was contingent upon the
Company receiving approval of amendment applications from the Michigan Economic Development
Corporation (“MEDC”) for previously approved incentives; and

         WHEREAS, the aforementioned contingency has been met and the Parties desire to enter into this
Third Amendment to Development Agreement (“Third Amendment”) for the mutual benefit of the
Parties, to cure any default of the Company under the Development Agreement and Second Amendment,
provide for other obligations; and

       WHEREAS, the Parties wish to further amend the Development Agreement and Second
Amendment on the terms and conditions set forth in this Third Amendment (collectively the
“Development Agreement”, “Second Amendment”, and “Third Amendment” are referred to as the
“Agreement”).

       NOW, THEREFORE, THE PARTIES AGREE AS FOLLOWS:

       1.       INCORPORATION OF RECITALS AND DEFINED TERMS. The above recitals are hereby
incorporated into this Third Amendment as if fully set forth herein.

      2.      COMPANY AGREEMENT. The following subsections in Paragraph 2 of the Development
Agreement are amended to read as follows:
                 2.1     Redevelopment of the former Hackley Bank Building, at the corner of 1st Street
                         and Western Ave. in downtown Muskegon, an 8 story structure constructed in
                         1916, to be renovated and adaptively reused as 47 market rate housing units on
                         floors 3 through 8, and commercial units on the 1st and 2nd level (and possibly
                         the lower level) (the ”Project”).

                 2.2     Unless otherwise amended by this Third Amendment, the performance of all
                         other undertakings set forth in this application.

        3.       SALE TO THE CITY. The Parties agree to initially use the City Parking Lot identified in
Paragraph 3 of the Second Amendment as a single large lot. However, if the Company determines that
its guest, residents, tenants and owners are leaving the Project due to parking inconveniences, the
Company may, with two (2) months written notice, inform the City of its need for parking restrictions and
the parking allocation procedure set forth in the Second Amendment shall be implemented. In addition,
the Parties agree to execute a ninety-nine (99) year lease for one dollar ($1.00) in lieu of the non-
revocable, appurtenant, perpetual and exclusive easement identified in Paragraph 3 of the Second
Amendment, however, such lease to provide that Company shall Lease 47 spots (reserved for the Project)
out of the 90 (or more) spots in the City Parking lot, and the remainder of the spaces shall be restricted
such that the spaces may only be used for additional parking by the Company under the Agreement, or
the employees, residents and guests of the developments and businesses located within the block
bounded by First Street, Jefferson Avenue, Western Avenue and Clay Avenue.

        4.      GARAGES AND ENTRANCE. Until the garages identified in Paragraph 4 of the Second
Amendment are constructed, the City may construct surface parking lots in the garage easement area for
use as described in the Second Amendment. If Company constructs the garages, the garages must comply
with the then existing City Codes.

        5.       CLOSING. Subject to the other provisions of this Third Amendment, the “Closing” of the
transaction contemplated in Paragraph 3 of the Second Amendment will be held at a date and time agreed
to by the Parties, within thirty (30) days of execution of this Third Amendment or final approval of the
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone application by the City (as described in Paragraph 9 of this Third
Amendment), whichever occurs later. If the Parties are not able to agree on such a date and time, the
Closing will be at 2:00 p.m. on the 30th day, or the next business day if the 30th day is a holiday or weekend.
At Closing, Seller will deliver copies of the plans of the 24 units previously planned to be built on the
Property that is being transferred to the City.

       6.    CONSTRUCTION TIMELINE. The construction timeline outlined in Paragraph 9 of the
Second Amendment is amended as follows:

                 6.1     The Company shall begin pressure-washing or sand blasting the exterior of the
                         Project by November 15, 2016, or within two (2) weeks of the final approval of
                         the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone application by the City, whichever is later
                         (weather permitting and providing Ram Construction does not lay off its
                        workers and otherwise has sufficient workers available in the winter season, but
                        no later than April 1, 2017).

                6.2     The Company shall apply for building and construction permits by December 15,
                        2016, or within six (6) weeks of the final approval of the Neighborhood Enterprise
                        Zone application by the City, whichever is later.

                6.3     The Company shall complete the exterior renovation of the Project by September
                        1, 2017, which will include replacing or repairing the exterior walls, windows,
                        panels, doors and entry ways of the Project, as more particularly described in the
                        attached Exhibit A, except for sections of the exterior that must remain open to
                        accommodate the interior renovations. Any exterior sections that are left
                        unfinished to accommodate interior renovations and the new exterior fire escape
                        shall be completed by June 30, 2018.

                6.4     The Company shall complete the interior renovations of Floors 3 through 8 by
                        June 30, 2018, which includes construction of 47 market rate housing units. The
                        Company shall complete interior raw white box renovations of Floors 1 and 2 by
                        November 1, 2018. For the purpose of this Agreement, “raw white box” shall
                        include rough mechanical installation of rough fire suppression, rough HVAC,
                        rough electrical and plumbing for the space, as well as filling the large holes in the
                        first floor of the Project with concrete. It shall not include dry walling ceilings or
                        walls, adding new interior walls, plugs and outlets, light fixtures, or painting.

                6.5     The City and its departments shall ensure all building and construction permits
                        and occupancy permits are issued in a timely manner and that no undue hardship
                        is placed on the Company to receive these permits. The City shall also work with
                        the Company to ensure that the Project can be built according to the
                        specifications of the City and MEDC.

         7.      SPECIAL ASSESSEMENT.          This paragraph replaces Paragraph 10 in the Second
Amendment. In a manner that will not create interest expenses or penalties for the Company, a special
assessment in the amount of four hundred thousand dollars ($400,000.00) will be placed in escrow in
November 2016 and applied to the December 2018 tax bill for the property located at 285 West Western
Avenue (“Special Assessment”); however, if the Company meets the conditions outlined in Paragraph 6
of this Third Amendment, the City will not exercise its right to apply and collect the Special Assessment,
and the Special Assessment will be discharged and deemed satisfied. The Special Assessment is in lieu of
the previously described $121,330 assessment identified in the Second Amendment. Nothing contained
in this provision admits the Company’s liability for the Special Assessment.

         8.     ESCROW DEPOSIT. Upon execution of this Third Amendment, the Company shall deposit
one hundred thousand dollars ($100,000.00) with the City to be held in escrow (“Deposit”). The Deposit
shall be released from escrow to the Company within ten (10) days after Company receives a Certificate
of Compliance or a Certificate of Occupancy on the 47 units. In the event the Company fails to meet the
conditions outlined in Paragraph 6 of this Third Amendment, and it is the sole fault of the Company, the
Company shall forfeit and the City shall apply the Deposit against the balance of the Special Assessment
outlined in Paragraph 7 of this Third Amendment.

         9.      LISTING OF COMMERCIAL SPACE. By February 1, 2017, the Company shall list the
available commercial space in the Project with a licensed broker in the State of Michigan. The Parties
acknowledge that the Company intends to either lease or sell the commercial space in the Project, and
any sale of the commercial space shall not be deemed a default by the Company under the Agreement,
or the Brownfield Development and Reimbursement Agreement dated August 27, 2012 (the
“Reimbursement Agreement”), as amended, nor shall such sale result in the loss of any interest to be
paid to the Company under the Reimbursement Agreement.

         10.      BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT AND REIMBURSEMENT AGREEMENT. The Parties entered
into the Reimbursement Agreement in which the Company is to receive reimbursement for certain eligible
activities. Subject to the allowable sale of commercial units on the lower level and the first and second
floors, outlined in Paragraph 9 above, in the event the Company sells the Project before the
reimbursement of the eligible activities is completed under the Reimbursement Agreement and the net
proceeds are in excess of six million six hundred fifty-eight thousand six hundred dollars ($6,658,600.00),
interest reimbursement to the Company shall automatically terminate. The Parties agree to seek approval
of an amendment to the Reimbursement Agreement from the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority to
increase the cap on eligible activities plus interest to $1,000,000. The City shall retain the right to pay off
the eligible activities early as is currently outlined in the Reimbursement Agreement.

        11.     RESALE OF THE BUILDING AND CITY PROFIT SHARING. Subject to the termination date
below, the Parties agree that in the event the Project is sold, and the net proceeds to the Company exceed
at closing (after selling commissions and closing costs) six million seven hundred thousand dollars
($6,700,000.00), then ten percent (10%) of the net proceeds exceeding $6,700,000.00 shall be paid to the
City of Muskegon. If any portion of the Project is sold as a condominium unit, the net proceeds (after
commissions and closing costs) shall not trigger the profit sharing defined herein, however, shall be
included in the measuring when the $6,700,000.00 threshold amount is reached. This provision in this
agreement automatically terminates without cost to the Company one year after the expiration of the
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone tax abatement.

       12.     CONTINGENCY. The obligations of the Company under the Agreement are contingent
upon approval of a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone designation by the City and approval of a fifteen (15)
year Neighborhood Enterprise Zone abatement application by the City and State of Michigan Tax
Commission. The City agrees to work with the Company to seek approval from all necessary taxing and
governmental authorities.

        13.      MISCELLANEOUS.

               13.1 Entire Agreement. This is the entire agreement between the Parties regarding the
subject matter of this Third Amendment. It may not be modified or amended except in a written
amendment executed by both Parties.
             13.2 Construction. The terms of this Third Amendment amend and modify the
Development Agreement and Second Amendment as if fully stated therein.

                  13.3 Ratification. All other provisions of the Development Agreement and Second
Amendment not specifically modified by this Third Amendment are preserved, confirmed and shall remain
in full force and effect.

                13.4 Counterparts. This Third Amendment may be signed in counterparts and
delivered electronically or by facsimile, and each such counterpart and delivery will be a binding and valid
execution and delivery of this Third Amendment.

               13.5 Binding Nature. This Third Amendment shall be binding upon the Parties and their
subrogees, successors, and permitted assigns.

                13.6 Non-Transferrable. The Parties may not sell, assign or transfer their obligations
under this Third Amendment, except with written consent of the other. Construction must be completed
by a construction company hired by Parkland Muskegon, Inc.

                13.7 Legal Counsel. Each of the Parties had the advice of legal counsel (or an
opportunity to obtain the same) before entering into this Third Amendment and it is to be interpreted as
if it were mutually drafted.

                 13.8 Authority. Each of the undersigned who execute this document on behalf of an
entity represent and warrant that they are authorized by the appropriate agents, members, managers,
directors or stockholders of the entity for the purpose of binding the entity to the obligations of this Third
Amendment.

THIS THIRD AMENDMENT IS HEREBY EXECUTED ON THE DATE IDENTIFIED ABOVE.



CITY OF MUSKEGON, a Michigan municipal
corporation



By: ________________________________

        Its: __________________________



PARKLAND MUSKEGON, INC., a Michigan
corporation




By: ______________________________
        Jonathan Rooks
        Its: President
Commission Meeting Date:           December 13, 2016




Date:      December 6, 2016
To:        Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:      Community and Neighborhood Services
           Department
RE:        Purchase of 235 Monroe


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the purchase of the property
located at 235 Monroe Ave (City of Muskegon revised Plat of 1903
Lot 3 Block 379) from Henry and Joanne Brown for the amount of
$4,000 (the City currently owns the adjacent parcel at 239 Monroe Ave).
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Program income from CDBG will be used for the
purchase.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the request and direct staff
to proceed with a purchase agreement.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None
                 Commission Meeting Date: December 13, 2016




Date:         December 8, 2016
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Planning & Economic Development
RE:           Approval of a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

An application for a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone (NEZ) certificate has been received
from Steve and Heather Strach for the new construction of a home at 335 Terrace Point
Circle. The estimated cost for construction is $250,384 and they are applying for a 12-
year certificate. The applicant has met local and state requirements for the issuance of
the NEZ certificate. Approval or denial by the City Commission is required within 60
days of the application date and must be forwarded to the State Tax Commission.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:

Taxation will be 50% of the State average for the next 12 years.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

Approval of the NEZ certificate.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None




12/8/2016
                                    Resolution No. ________

                             MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION

                     RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE ISSUANCE
               OF A NEIGHBORHOOD ENTERPISE ZONE CERTIFICATE



WHEREAS, an application for a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate has been filed with
the City Clerk by Steve and Heather Strach to construct a home at 335 Terrace Point Circle in the
Terrace Point Condominium neighborhood, and;

WHEREAS, the applicant has satisfied both the local and state eligibility criteria for a
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate;

WHEREAS, the local unit of government is allowing the six (6) month grace period after
construction commencement to apply, which is allowed under the law;

WHEREAS, the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate will be good for twelve (12) years;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the application for a Neighborhood Enterprise
Zone Certificate for the new construction of a home by Steve and Heather Strach be approved.

Adopted this 13th day of December, 2016.



Ayes:

Nays:

Absent:


                                                     By: __________________________
                                                         Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor


                                                     Attest: _________________________
                                                             Ann Meisch
                                                             City Clerk




12/8/16
                                       CERTIFICATION

I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted
by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan at a regular
meeting held on December 13, 2016.

                                                                By: ________________________
                                                                          Ann Meisch
                                                                          City Clerk




12/8/16
                 Commission Meeting Date: December 13, 2016




Date:         December 8, 2016
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Planning & Economic Development
RE:           Approval of a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

An application for a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone (NEZ) certificate has been received
from Gregory and Cindy Ribesky for the new construction of a home at 347 Terrace
Point Circle. The estimated cost for construction is $304,360 and they are applying for a
12-year certificate. The applicant has met local and state requirements for the
issuance of the NEZ certificate. Approval or denial by the City Commission is required
within 60 days of the application date and must be forwarded to the State Tax
Commission.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:

Taxation will be 50% of the State average for the next 12 years.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

Approval of the NEZ certificate.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None




12/8/2016
                                    Resolution No. ________

                             MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION

                     RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE ISSUANCE
               OF A NEIGHBORHOOD ENTERPISE ZONE CERTIFICATE



WHEREAS, an application for a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate has been filed with
the City Clerk by Gregory and Cindy Ribesky to construct a home at 347 Terrace Point Circle in
the Terrace Point Condominium neighborhood, and;

WHEREAS, the applicant has satisfied both the local and state eligibility criteria for a
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate;

WHEREAS, the local unit of government is allowing the six (6) month grace period after
construction commencement to apply, which is allowed under the law;

WHEREAS, the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate will be good for twelve (12) years;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the application for a Neighborhood Enterprise
Zone Certificate for the new construction of a home by Gregory and Cindy Ribesky be approved.

Adopted this 13th day of December, 2016.



Ayes:

Nays:

Absent:


                                                     By: __________________________
                                                         Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor


                                                     Attest: _________________________
                                                             Ann Meisch
                                                             City Clerk




12/8/16
                                       CERTIFICATION

I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted
by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan at a regular
meeting held on December 13, 2016.

                                                                By: ________________________
                                                                          Ann Meisch
                                                                          City Clerk




12/8/16
Date:    12/13/16

To:      Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From: DPW/Equipment
RE:      Salt Spreader


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

Authorize staff to purchase 2 Henderson FHS Salt spreaders for $18,807.00 each from
Arista Truck Systems the lowest qualified bidder. These will replace the two oldest
spreaders currently being used.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:
$37,614.00
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None. Amount is what was budgeted.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Authorize staff to purchase 2 Henderson FHS salt spreaders from Arista Truck Systems.




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TO:               Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
FROM:             Dwana Thompson, Affirmative Action and Risk Management Director
DATE:             December 6, 2016
RE:               RFP for Temporary Staffing Services Provider

SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

Approval to allow the Mayor and Clerk to sign the 2017-2019 Temporary Staffing Services provider contract with the
lowest responsible bidder, Good Temps Temporary Staffing Services.

The City Clerk’s Office ran the RFP public notice in The Muskegon Chronicle/Mlive as required. A pre-bid meeting
was held on October 25, 2016 at 10:00 AM in the City Commission Chambers. Minutes were compiled and sent to
all interested vendors. RFP solicitation resulted in five proposals, due on November 3, 2016 at 10:00 a.m.
The bids were opened at 10:00 AM in the City Clerks office. Listed in the order of low bidder to high bidder, timely
proposals were received from the following:

                  Staffing, Inc., 1635 W. Sherman Blvd., Norton Shores, MI 49441
                  Workforce, LLC, 5916 Harvey Street, Muskegon, MI 49444
                  GoodTemps, 271 East Apple Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49442
                  CEEP 2104 Leahy Street, Muskegon Heights, MI 49444
                  Elwood Staffing, 234 North River Ave. Suite A., Holland, MI 49424

Staffing, Inc., Workforce Staffing, CEEP, were not prepared to bid on the majority of the positions. Elwood’s rates
increased in this bid process, and they were no longer able to fill some of the positions that they had previously filled.
This made Good Temps the lowest responsible bidder. Good Temps is fully prepared to handle all of the City’s
Temporary Staffing needs except the optional public safety positions of part-time police officer, and firefighter.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:
         The 2017 projected temporary staffing services cost is approximately $1,000,000 dollars.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
         The 2017 budget allowes for the financial resources.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
         The committee unanimously recommends awarding Good Temps as our 2017-2019 Temporary Staffing
         Services Provider.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
         Staff recommends that the Temporary Staffing Services Contract be awarded to Good Temps Temporary
         Staffing Services as the lowest responsible bidder and allow the Mayor and Clerk to sign the contractual
         agreement.
                            CITY OF MUSKEGON
                CONTRACT FOR TEMPORARY STAFFING SERVICES

       This Agreement is effective on the 1st day of January, 2017, between City of Muskegon, a
Michigan municipal corporation, of 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49443 (“City”) and
GoodTemps Temporary Staffing Services, of 271 East Apple Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49442
(“Contractor”) with reference to the following facts:

                                                 Background

        A.     City requested sealed bid proposals from temporary staffing service providers to
provide temporary employees to City within the Public Services Division (Parks, Cemetery,
Highway, and Marina Departments), the Public Safety Department, the Farmers Market, the L.C.
Walker Arena, as well as to provide general office, administrative services, and other areas
within the City as deemed necessary by the City.

        B.      Contractor submitted a bid proposal to provide contract help for “temporary
staffing employee” services for the City, on an as needed basis, in the named departments,
general office and clerical services, and other areas as deemed necessary by the City.

       NOW, THEREFORE, for valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of
which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:

        1.      Inclusion of Additional Agreements. This Agreement includes, but may not be
limited to the following:

                 a.       Invitations to bid and instructions to bidders;

              b.      All descriptions of services not included in this Agreement but used in
connection with the bidding process;

             c.      The bid proposal and any requirement included with or attached to the bid
documents and this Agreement; and

                 d.       Any specifications used in connection with this Agreement.

This Agreement, together with the documents described above, constitutes the Agreement
between the parties and shall be considered as part of the Agreement as if attached or repeated
herein.

In the event that there are inconsistencies within the Agreement, the Contractor shall
immediately notify the City, in writing, for a determination, interpretation, clarification and/or
prioritization of the inconsistencies.

      2.       Services. Contractor shall provide the following services relating to providing
temporary staffing employees for the above listed services.


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1/2017 through 12/2019
                 a.     Temporary Pre-employment Selection. Subsequent to City identifying
a position for temporary employment, Contractor shall review the credentials of each employee
assigned to the City to confirm employee’s ability to accomplish the essential functions of the
position for which they will be assigned, City shall have the right to review each employee’s
credentials and verify the employee’s suitability for the assigned position. The City shall have
the right to reject an employee for any reason.

               b.       Payroll Only Employee Services. Contractor is engaged to provide
payroll services as the employer of record for the Payroll Only Employee Services sourced by
the City. Contractor is not required to recruit for this type of employee; the City staff will refer
this employee to the Contractor. The Payroll Only Services in this agreement will only pertain to
the L.C. Walker Arena positions.

               c.      Background Screening. Contractor shall perform an initial background
check on each employee assigned to the City in adherence to our “Move-the-Box” Resolution/
policy. The contractor shall conduct a driving history check on all assigned employees in
adherence to the city’s driving policy. The City may perform additional background checks as
necessary.

                d.     Drug Screening Program. Contractor shall perform minimum 6 panel-
saliva swab test drug screen for all employees. A 5-panel urine drug screen will be performed
when saliva swab tests yield inconclusive results. All employees must be tested after making a
conditional offer of employment. New hire, reasonable suspicion, accident/incident, and DOT
random drug testing shall be at the expense of the Contractor. If Urine Test is required by City
for other than reasons stated, the City will take responsibility.

       3.      Equipment. The City shall supply all safety equipment mandated for employees
while on assignment with the City. Contract employees are responsible for their safety shoes.

       4.      Expenses. Contractor shall be responsible to pay for all expenses incurred by
Contractor related to the performance of its duties under this Agreement.

       5.      Contract Billing. City agrees to pay Contractor, in full consideration for the
complete performance of Contractor’s obligations under this Agreement, the amount set forth in
the Contractor’s bid proposal as follows:

                                Positions                          Mark-Up          Payroll Only
                                                                                       Rates
      Office Temporaries: CSR1/ CSR2/ Administrative                 37.5%
      Assistant
      Cemetery/ Parks/ Highway                                       37.5%
      Seasonal Beach Maintenance                                     37.5%
      Building Maintenance                                           37.5%
      Park/Beach Rangers                                             37.5%
      Farmers Market Manager/Master                                  37.5%
      Farmers Market Facility Supervisor/Assistant                   37.5%


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1/2017 through 12/2019
      Event Security Manager                                    37.5%
      Arena Concessions/Ushers/Ticket Takers/Ticket             37.5%                 35%
      Sales
      Arena Building Labor (Maintenance)                        37.5%                 30%
      The following positions were proposed as an addendum and may or may
      not be filled by the contractor
      Marina Aides                                              37.5%
      Harbor Master                                             37.5%

        Pay raises given to contract employees through Contractor (GoodTemps Temporary
Staffing Services) above the starting wage will have a mark-up of 37.5% above the amount of
the raise.

       The Contractor (GoodTemps Temporary Staffing Services) agrees to accept the cost of
any increase in statutory tax or insurance, i.e., FICA, Medicare, FUI/FUTA, SUI, SUTA and
Workers’ Compensation costs.

        6.       Assignments. Work assignments are determined on an as-needed basis.

        7.       Work Orders. City shall submit work orders on an as-needed basis.

        8.     Payment. Contractor shall submit detailed invoices on a weekly basis for the
prior week’s services. Payments according to this agreement are invoiced and paid on a weekly
basis. Requests for payment shall be submitted on a detailed invoice to the City weekly for the
previous week. The City agrees that payment shall be due on NET 14 day terms. Electronic or
ACH payment will be received by Friday of the same week as GoodTemps employee is paid for
the prior week’s work.

      9.     Specific Reservations. City reserves the right to discontinue its use of temporary
employees from contractor as it determines appropriate.

        10.    Terms and Termination. This Agreement shall be effective beginning January
1, 2017, and shall remain in full force and at the same terms through December 31, 2019, with an
option to renew for an additional term of one year, if mutually agreed upon by both parties as
memorialized in a written and signed agreement.

        11.      Commencement and Damages.

                a.      Commencement. Contractor shall commence performance under this
Agreement upon its execution. If the City submits a work order indicating that a position must
be filled by a specific date and said work order is submitted fourteen (14) calendar days in
advance of the specified date, the Contractor’s failure to meet the commencement date shall be
considered a violation or breach of this Agreement. In the event of a default of the Agreement,
Contractor shall pay damages should the City have to provide substitute services and costs
associated with the violation or breach. City shall determine its damages after conducting an
investigation.


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1/2017 through 12/2019
       The City shall notify Contractor of any violation of the Agreement. It shall be the duty of
Contractor to remedy a Contractor violation.

       Failure to perform pursuant to this Agreement for a period in excess of five (5)
consecutive scheduled, working days, or failure for a similar period, to perform in the manner
required, and provided such failure is not a result of war, insurrection, riots, or acts of God, the
City may, at its option and after written notice to Contractor, utilize any or all of Contractor’s
equipment used in performance of this Agreement until such time the matter is resolved and the
Contractor is performing under the terms of the Agreement. Should Contractor be unable to
perform, the City reserves the right to discontinue its use of temporary staffing employees from
Contractor as it determines appropriate. Any contract thereby entered into with another
contractor shall not release Contractor from liability to City for breach of this Agreement.

               b.     Appeal. The City’s determination regarding damages shall be final and
binding on both parties, unless appealed, in writing to the City Manager or his designee within
ten (10) working days after notice. The City Manager or his designee shall grant Contractor an
informal hearing upon such request. The decision of the City Manager shall be final and
binding.

12.     Insurance and Indemnity.

                 a.     City Insurance Requirement. The contractor, and any and all of their
subcontractors, shall not commence work under this contract until they have obtained the
insurance required under this paragraph, and shall keep such insurance in force during the entire
life of this contract. All coverage shall be with insurance companies licensed and admitted to do
business in the State of Michigan and acceptable to City of Muskegon. The requirements below
should not be interpreted to limit the liability of the Contractor. All deductibles and SIRs are the
responsibility of the Contractor.

              b.     Worker’s Compensation Insurance, including Employers’ Liability
Coverage, in accordance with all applicable statutes of the State of Michigan.

               c.       Commercial General Liability Insurance on an “Occurrence Basis”
with limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and aggregate. Coverage shall
include the following extensions: (A) Contractual Liability; (B) Products and Completed
Operations; (C) Independent Contractors Coverage; (D) Broad Form General Liability
Extensions or equivalent, if not already included; (E) Deletion of all Explosion, Collapse, and
Underground (XCU) Exclusions, if applicable.

                d.      Automobile Liability, including Michigan No-Fault Coverages, with
limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence combined single limit for Bodily
Injury, and Property Damage. Coverage shall include all owned vehicles, all non-owned
vehicles, and all hired vehicles.




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1/2017 through 12/2019
                e.     Additional Insured: Commercial General Liability and Automobile
Liability, as described above, shall include an endorsement stating the following shall be
Additional Insureds: The City of Muskegon, all elected and appointed officials, all employees
and volunteers, agents, all boards, commissions, and/or authorities and board members, including
employees and volunteers thereof. It is understood and agreed by naming the City of Muskegon
as additional insured, coverage afforded is considered to be primary and any other insurance the
City of Muskegon may have in effect shall be considered secondary and/or excess.

               f.      Cancellation Notice: Worker’s Compensation Insurance, Commercial
General Liability Insurance, and Automobile Liability Insurance, as described above, shall be
endorsed to state the following: It is understood and agreed Thirty (30) days, Ten (10) days for
non-payment of premium, Advance Written Notice of Cancellation, Non-Renewal, Reduction,
and/or Material Change shall be sent to: (City of Muskegon, FINANCE & ADMINISTRATIVE
SERVICES DIRECTOR, 933 Terrace St, PO Box 536, Muskegon, Michigan 49443-0536).

               g.       Proof of Insurance Coverage. Contractor shall provide the City at the
time the contracts are returned for execution, certificates and policies endorsing the City as
additional insured as listed below:

                          i.       Two (2) copies of Certificates of Insurance for Workers’
                                   Compensation Insurance, if applicable;

                          ii.      Two (2) copies of Certificate of Insurance for Commercial General
                                   Liability Insurance; and

                          iii.     If so requested, Certified Copies of all policies mentioned above
                                   will be furnished.

               h.      If any of the above coverages expire during the term of this contract,
Contractor shall deliver renewal certificates and/or policies to City at least ten (10) days prior to
the expiration date.

        13.    Income Tax Withholding. Contractor shall withhold income taxes from each
employee, and pay such tax in accordance with the City of Muskegon Income Tax Ordinance
and all applicable laws associated with that ordinance. Contractor shall require the same from
each subcontractor, consultant or vendor used in the performance of his duties and obligations in
this Agreement. City reserves the right to withhold payments otherwise due to Contractor to
assure compliance with this Agreement or to cure such noncompliance.

        14.      General Provisions.

                 a.     Notices. Any notice that either party may give or is required to give under
this Agreement shall be in writing, specify the position, department and location assigned, and, if
mailed, shall be effective on the day it is delivered to the other party at the other party’s address
set forth in this Agreement or at any other address that the other party provides in writing.
Notices given in person are effective on the day they are given.


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                 b.     Governing Law. This Agreement is executed in accordance with, shall
be governed by, and construed and interpreted in accordance with, the laws of the State of
Michigan.
                 c.     Assignment or Delegation. Neither party shall assign all nor any portion
of its rights nor obligations contained in this Agreement without express prior written approval
of the other party, which approval may be withheld in the other party’s sole discretion.

                d.      Entire Agreement. This Agreement and the documents specified in
section 1 shall constitute the entire agreement, and shall supersede any other Agreements, written
or oral, that may have been made or entered into, by, and between the parties with respect to the
subject matter of this Agreement, and shall not be modified or amended except in a subsequent
writing signed by the party against whom enforcement is sought.

                e.     Binding Effect.         This Agreement shall be binding upon, and to the
benefit of, and be enforceable by, the parties and their respective legal representatives, permitted
successors, and assigns.

                f.      Waiver. City may waive all or any portion of damages without
prejudicing its rights under this Agreement.


               g.       Severability. Should any one or more of the provisions of this Agreement
be determined to be invalid, unlawful, or unenforceable in any respect, the validity, legality, and
enforceability of the remaining provisions of this agreement shall not in any way be impaired or
affected.

               h.     Venue. The parties agree that, for purposes of any dispute in connection
with this Agreement, the Muskegon County District or Circuit Court shall have exclusive
personal and subject matter jurisdiction and venue.

             i.      Survival. All representations, warranties, and covenants in this
Agreement shall survive the signing of this Agreement.

       City and Contractor have executed this Agreement on the date written next to their
signatures to be effective according to the term(s) stated in this document.




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1/2017 through 12/2019
                                                 City-

          Date: __________,2016                  CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                 By:_____________________________________
                                                   Stephen P. Gawron
                                                   Mayor

                                                 And:____________________________________
                                                     Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                                     City Clerk

                                                 Contractor-

          Date: __________,2016                  By:_____________________________________
                                                    Richard J. Carlson
                                                    President/CEO
                                                    Goodwill Industries of West Michigan/
                                                    GoodTemps Staffing Services




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1/2017 through 12/2019
                           AGENDA ITEM NO. ______________
                   CITY COMMISSION MEETING ________________________




TO:        Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:      Frank Peterson, City Manager

DATE:      December 6, 2016

RE:        2017 Salary Schedule and Fringe Benefits for Non-Represented Employees


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To approve and adopt the proposed salary ranges and salary schedules for the non-represented
administrative, technical, professional, and supervisory employees for 2017 ($2,000 lump sum
payment across all classifications).


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
The changes will cost approximately $75,000.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To approve and adopt the proposed salary schedules for non-represented employees for 2017.


COMMITTEE
RECOMMENDATION: None.
2017 NON‐UNION SALARY SCHEDULE
11 STEPS
$2,000 CASH PAYOUT NO INCREASE FOR STEPS IN RANGE

CLASSIFICATION    STEP 1     STEP 2    STEP 3    STEP 4      STEP 5    STEP 6    STEP 7    STEP 8    STEP 9    STEP 10    STEP 11

RANGE I-A           81,343    84,011    86,679      89,346    92,014    94,683    97,339   100,018   102,686    105,354    108,023

RANGE I-B           74,650    77,096    79,541      81,988    84,431    86,877    89,322    91,769    94,212     96,658     99,103

RANGE II-A          69,040    71,298    73,555      75,813    78,071    80,329    82,589    84,846    87,104     89,362     91,619

RANGE II-B          66,196    68,351    70,505      72,661    74,815    76,970    79,126    81,280    83,436     85,591     87,747

RANGE III-A         63,353    65,405    67,456      69,508    71,561    73,611    75,664    77,716    79,766     81,819     83,870

RANGE III-B         58,989    60,912    62,835      64,759    66,681    68,604    70,527    72,449    74,374     76,297     78,219

RANGE IV            54,753    56,535    58,316      60,098    61,880    63,659    65,443    67,224    69,004     70,787     72,569

RANGE V             52,461    54,166    55,872      57,577    59,284    60,989    62,695    64,402    66,107     67,813     69,517

RANGE VI            49,486    51,092    52,698      54,303    55,909    57,515    59,120    60,727    62,335     63,941     65,546

RANGE VII-A         45,897    47,384    48,872      50,358    51,845    53,332    54,819    56,305    57,794     59,281     60,767

RANGE VII-B         43,154    44,549    45,945      47,340    48,736    50,133    51,527    52,923    54,318     55,715     57,110

RANGE VIII          40,786    42,102    43,418      44,736    46,052    47,368    48,683    50,002    51,317     52,635     53,951

RANGE IX            36,094    37,253    38,412      39,574    40,733    41,893    43,052    44,212    45,372     46,532     47,692

RANGE X             33,567    34,644    35,719      36,796    37,871    38,946    40,022    41,098    42,174     43,251     44,326

RANGE XI            30,683    31,662    32,643      33,622    34,601    35,582    36,560    37,540    38,520     39,500     40,480
                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
   2017 WAGE MATRIX FOR NON-UNION PART-TIME AND LIMITED TERM EMPLOYEES

Michigan Minimum Wage is $8.90 as of January 1, 2017


  JOB TITLE                                      GRADE 1      GRADE 2 GRADE 3     GRADE 4   GRADE 5   GRADE 6   GRADE 7


    STEP 1


    STEP 2                                           8.90          9.23    9.33     9.58      9.84     10.10     10.35
BUILDING FACILITY CARETAKER

    STEP 3                                           9.23          9.48    9.74     9.99     10.25     10.51
INTERN, EXCLUDING PARK INTERN

    STEP 4                                           9.23          9.48    9.74     9.99     10.25     10.51     10.76
MARINA AIDE
PARK RANGER

    STEP 5                                          10.25         10.66   11.07    11.48     11.89     12.30     12.71
FACILITY SUPERVISOR I
SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD
BEACH/PARK RANGERS (PUBLIC SAFETY)

    STEP 6                                          10.81         11.58   12.35    13.12     13.89     14.66     15.43
FACILITY SUPERVISOR II
ASSISTANT HARBOR MASTER

    STEP 7                                          11.42         12.20   12.97    13.74     14.50     15.28     16.04
PARK INTERN

   STEP 7 A                                         12.04         12.81   13.58    14.35     15.12     15.89     16.66
FARMER'S MARKET MASTER
HARBOR MASTER

   STEP 7B                                            14.7        15.23   15.75
POLICE OFFICER (PT)

    STEP 8


BOARD OF CANVASSERS          $65.00 per day
BOARD OF REVIEW              $75.00 per day
RECEIVING BOARD              $60.00 per day
ELECTION WORKERS (INSPECTORS)$9.50 per hour
ELECTION WORKER CHAIRPERSON $12.00 per hour
ELECTION WORKER CO-CHAIRPERS $11.00 per hour



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   STEP 9A                                          15.00         15.38   15.76   16.15    16.56   16.97   17.40
EVENT SECURITY MANAGER

   STEP 9B                                          21.07         22.12   23.19
EVIDENCE/COURT OFFICER                            START      1,000 HRS 2,000 HRS SERVICE




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Date:         December 13, 2016
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         City Clerk
RE:           Kitchen 242 Contract


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City’s agreement with Pioneer Resources to operate
Kitchen 242 will expire in January 2017. The kitchen officially opened in July 2015
offering culinary classes and services to food entrepreneurs. The contract calls for the
scheduling of the kitchen, educating food entrepreneurs, promotion, meeting local and
state laws, reviewing applications, invoicing users, and actively seeking new users.
Pioneer Resources has been instrumental in assisting with installation of kitchen
equipment and supplying items to the kitchen as well as serving in an advisory
capacity.

Pioneer Resources has gone through some organizational changes and lost some
employees through retirement. Renae Hesselink has taken an active role in the kitchen
since its inception at no cost devoting many hours each week. Her attached
qualifications speak highly of her background and knowledge. She has been
instrumental in seeking and finding grants for the kitchen and Power of Produce. We
have asked and she has submitted a proposal to operate the kitchen through
September 2017. She has given measurable benchmarks (attached) to mark the
success of the plan that she has outlined.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: A contract not to exceed $35,000 to be paid from funds
allocated by the State of Michigan.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To authorize staff to sign an agreement with Renae
Hesselink to operate Kitchen 242 through September 2017.
Proposal: The Management of Kitchen 242 @ the Muskegon Farmers Market

Proposed by: Renae Hesselink, 1137 Woodcrest St. Muskegon 49442 (231) 670-9722

Statement of Work:

       Kitchen 242 has been officially open since July 2015. To date the majority of activity in the
       Kitchen has been culinary classes and several food entrepreneurs. Taking November 2016 as an
       example and probably the heaviest month in usage that we have had: the kitchen was booked
       97 hours out of a possible 696 (excluding the Thanksgiving Holiday), 14% occupancy. Is it
       realistic that we will fill it 24 hours/day 7 days per week, probably not for a while. Pioneer
       Resources has been managing the kitchen and doing a very good job at making sure it has been
       kept clean and booking the schedule, and responding when requests come through. There
       however has not been much pro-active outreach to engage with potential users other than
       referring people to the website and touring when requests have come through.

       All of that work needs to continue however I believe we can do significant outreach to build
       visibility and keep the possibility of food business start-ups at the forefront of our community.
       After researching the support that other incubator commercial kitchens in Michigan (ie: Detroit
       Kitchen Connect @ Eastern Market and the Starting Block in Hart) we need to do much more to
       support the start-up businesses utilizing Kitchen 242. My proposal consists of the following:

           •   Oversee the cleanliness of the Kitchen. Make sure users are properly cleaning up after
               themselves and monthly have a cleaning service (with commercial kitchen cleaning
               experience) come in to do a deeper cleaning to clean spaces like the range hood and
               filters, ovens, underneath equipment, seals around cooler and freezer doors, all that is
               needed to keep us compliant with food safety requirements in a commercial kitchen.
               This will become even more important as the activity levels increase. Mostly due to
               transition at Pioneer Resources, deep cleaning has not occurred except with the floors.
           •   Work with MDRAD and County Health Department on compliance for licensing, drop-in
               inspections and resolving any issues that may be found.
           •   Oversee the installation of another range hood and additional equipment and likely will
               happen in January 2017.
           •   Review applications for kitchen use. Keep files organized. Collecting any deposits for
               kitchen use.
           •   Walk new users through orientation and make sure they understand their
               responsibilities as a user.
           •   Booking reservations on the calendar.
           •   Invoicing users on a monthly basis for hours used and storage space utilized.
           •   Creating an on-boarding process for food start-up businesses that not just connects
               them with potential resources but works closely with them as a support system.
           •   Working with local retailers to encourage them to bring products from our
               entrepreneurs in to their stores to sell on their retail shelves.
           •   Marketing of the kitchen for use as well as the entrepreneurs that are making products
               to sell. Just started a blog on the www.kitchen242.com website that will feature them.
           •   Press releases out to the media regularly/monthly
           •   Continue to work with the chefs and other instructors to plan and coordinate culinary
               classes. They are entrepreneurs too even though they are not selling a product.
           •   Become an active member of the Commercial Kitchen Network in the state of Michigan
               that meets quarterly.
           •   Work closely with MDARD and MSU Product Center and refer clients to them as well as
               staying on top of food safety regulations and other hot topics.
           •   Hold quarterly/maybe monthly meetings inviting all entrepreneurs using the kitchen to
               network and provide an educational topic (ie: utilizing social media in your business) to
               help them be successful.
           •   Create a monthly newsletter as an outreach tool. We held the food entrepreneur
               workshop back in October 2016 with 44 people attending and calls since then asking
               when we are going to schedule another one. We should be communicating something
               to this group of people to keep them interested. A couple of them were very close and
               knew what they were doing so making sure K242 opportunity is kept in front of them.
           •   Hold more workshops like the one in October that can help us build our data base,
           •   Watch for and identify potential funding that may help with programming, equipment
               or help for the businesses working out of K242.
           •   Identify community partners and collaborate with them on various fronts. Promoting
               the kitchen for us, utilizing time in the kitchen for income or in exchange for services
               they may be able to provide.
           •   Work closely with the farmers market staff and city staff so that everyone that needs to
               be in the loop, is.
           •   Tracking the metrics needed to measure success and potential grant opportunities.
           •   Attending the Michigan Good Food Summit and the Michigan Made Food Conference
               and other related events/meetings that make sense and benefit our work at K242.
           •   Work with Pioneer Resources to establish some light food processing to compliment the
               gleaning program.
           •   Working with the Muskegon Area Food Hub pilot project to explore what can happen to
               utilize Kitchen 242 to supply produce to the food hub.
           •   Make sure we are compliant with OSHA (SDS) and any safety requirements.

Approach: This would be a part-time approach and I am proposing a period of time through September
of 2017 at least, to make significant progress (metrics covered in another section below). The ultimate
goal would be to create a full-time kitchen management position that can be paid for by the rental of
the space. Implement the business plan. I am proposing a minimum of 20 hours/week initially to create
and coordinate the on-boarding process and accomplish some marketing efforts and once a routine is
established for some of the supporting systems, 15 hours/week. There will be busier times and I don’t
want to remove flexibility from the schedule to miss opportunities. I am used to working on many
projects at a time.

Methodology: I believe the best methodology that is needed right now is creating more awareness of 1)
existence of the kitchen, 2) food start-up potential use and support. There are so many inexpensive
ways to market this through presentations, social media, connecting with other kitchens, promoting
with the vendors at the farmers market. Investing time right now into creating the on-board process is
another necessity as well as telling the stories of those who are currently using the kitchen. We have a
comprehensive business plan that needs to be executed.

While accomplishing all of that we certainly need to keep the kitchen clean and supporting a certain
amount of administrative activities.

Qualifications:

    •   More than 35 years working in a business, 20 years in management roles. Experience in the
        following areas: purchasing, production control, sales, marketing and sustainability.
    •   My current work at Nichols is project based so I am used to managing projects and having to be
        flexible with my schedule as things drop in.
    •   Bachelor and Master degree in business, undergrad is marketing focused.
    •   ServSafe certified
    •   One year at coordinating the culinary classes at Kitchen 242
    •   Kitchen 242 advisory team. Co-wrote the business plan for Kitchen 242.
    •   Have been involved in gathering documentation or writing proposals/follow-up for grants
        received to date for the Kitchen specifically.



Schedule and Benchmarks: I propose that we set our benchmark based on usage in November 2016
which is 14% of the available hours. Moving forward setting the following goals:

                                                 Potential Revenue Based on $15/hour rental fee

    •   By April 2017 – 20% usage                $25,416
    •   By June 2017 – 25% usage                 $31,770
    •   September 2017 – 35% usage               $44,478


Cost: I propose that we set a not to exceed amount of $35,000 through the end of September 2017.
Assuming this would start in January 2017, monthly it would equate to approximately $3800. Fees to
attend conferences and quarterly meetings will come out of my fees.

I would propose that the City be responsible for the following costs:

    •   On-going cleaning supplies (Pioneer would have an estimate of those costs)
    •   Monthly Cleaning Contractor for a deep clean and quarterly a few more hours to clean the
        ovens and range hood (average of $200/month)
    •   Annual subscription to Constant Contact (or like system) to be utilized for newsletters and
        communicating to potential users.
    •   Any major repairs that are needed.
    •   Utilities

I would track all of my hours and activities and provide a report monthly.

Payment Schedule: Monthly billing of $3800 and the schedule may look like this:

    •   January 31, 2017 – 25/hours/week (pro-rate $1900 for January 15 – January 20th)
    •   February 28, 2017 – 25/hours/week
    •   March 31, 2017 – 25/hours week – will be putting classes together for May – December
    •   April 30, 2017 – 20/hours/week
    •   May 31, 2017 – 20/hours/week
    •   June 20, 2017 – 20/hours week
    •   July 31, 2017 – 20/hours/week
    •   August 31, 2017 – 20 hours/week
    •   September 30, 2017 – 20 hours/week plus attending the Michigan Good Food Summit
        (additional 12 hours)
    •   October 31, 2017 – 20/hours/week (plus additional 12 hours for attending the Made in Michigan
        Food Summit)
    •   November 30, 2017 – 15 hours/week
    •   December 31, 2017 – 15 hours/week

Quarterly state-wide kitchen connect meetings and other meetings will be added into this schedule as
dates become available.

Doing Business As: An independent contractor under my own name.
         Commission Meeting Date: December 13, 2016




Date:         December 7, 2016
To:           Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:         Planning & Economic Development Department
RE:           Set Public Hearing for Amendment to Brownfield
              Plan- P & G Holdings NY, LLC


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the attached resolution setting a public
hearing for an amendment for the Brownfield Plan, and notifying taxing jurisdictions
of the Brownfield Plan Amendment including the opportunity to express their views
and recommendations regarding the proposed amendment at the public hearing.
The amendment is for the inclusion of property owned by P & G Holdings NY, LLC,
located at 920 Washington, 965 W. Western and 1330 Division, in the Brownfield
Plan.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: Brownfield Tax increment Financing will be used to reimburse
the developer for “eligible expenses” incurred in association with development of the
Watermark project, which is approximately $9,018,750, as well as $240,000 to be
reimbursed to the City of Muskegon for infrastructure improvements (W. Western
Avenue). P & G Holdings NY, LLC cost for the development of the property is
approximately $30 million in private investment, resulting in a substantial increase in
the local and school taxes generated by the property.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the attached resolution and authorize the
Mayor and Clerk to sign the resolution.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Brownfield Redevelopment Authority met
on December 6, 2016 and approved the Brownfield Plan Amendment and
recommends the approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendment to the Muskegon City
Commission.

Click here to view the 121316_BROWNFIELD_PLAN_AMENDMENT.pdf
               RESOLUTION NOTIFYING TAXING UNITS,
       MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, &
             MICHIGAN ECONOMIC GROWTH AUTHORITY;
             AND CALLING PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING
    APPROVAL OF AMENDMENTS TO THE BROWNFIELD PLAN OF THE
    CITY OF MUSKEGON BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


                                  City of Muskegon
                            County of Muskegon, Michigan
                       ___________________________________

       Minutes of a Regular Meeting of the City Commission of the City of

Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan (the "City"), held in the City offices, on

the 13th day of December, 2016 at 5:30 o'clock p.m., prevailing Eastern Time.

PRESENT:

Members__________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

ABSENT:       Members

__________________________________________________________________

       The following preamble and resolution were offered by Member

_________________ and supported by Member _________________:

       WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan (the

"City") is authorized by the provisions of Act 381, Public Acts of Michigan, 1996, as

amended ("Act 381"), to create a brownfield redevelopment authority; and

       WHEREAS, pursuant to Act 381, the City Commission of the City duly

established the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the

"Authority"); and
      WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of Act 381, the Authority has

prepared and approved Brownfield Plan Amendments to include the Watermark

Project, and

      WHEREAS, the Authority has forwarded the Brownfield Plan Amendments

to the City Commission requesting its approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments

and

      WHEREAS, prior to approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments, the

Muskegon City Commission desires to hold a public hearing in connection with

consideration of the Brownfield Plan Amendments as required by Act 381; and

      WHEREAS, prior to approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments, the City

Commission is required to provide notice and a reasonable opportunity to the taxing

jurisdictions levying taxes subject to capture, the Michigan Department of

Environmental Quality (MDEQ), and the Michigan Economic Growth Authority

(MEGA) to express their views and recommendations regarding the Brownfield

Plan Amendments.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

      1.       The City Commission hereby acknowledges receipt of the Brownfield

Plan Amendments from the Authority and directs the City Clerk to send a copy of

the proposed Brownfield Plan Amendments to the governing body of each taxing

jurisdiction in the City, MDEQ, and MEDC notifying them of the City Commission's

intention to consider approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments [after the public

hearing described below].
      2.     A public hearing is hereby called on the 10th of January, 2017 at 5:30

p.m., prevailing Eastern Time, in the City Hall Commission Chambers to consider

adoption by the City Commission of a resolution approving the Brownfield Plan

Amendments.

      3.     The City Clerk shall notice said public hearing. The notice shall be

not less than 10 days or more than 40 days before the date set for the public

hearing

      4.     The notice of the hearing shall be in substantially the following form:



                            CITY OF MUSKEGON
                  COUNTY OF MUSKEGON, STATE OF MICHIGAN


 PUBLIC HEARING ON AN AMENDMENT TO THE MUSKEGON BROWNFIELD
    PLAN, AS APPROVED BY THE CITY OF MUSKEGON BROWNFIELD
                  REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS IN THE CITY OF MUSKEGON:

        PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Muskegon City Commission of the City of
Muskegon, Michigan, will hold a public hearing on January 10, 2017, at 5:30 p.m.,
prevailing Eastern Time in the City Hall Commission Chambers located at 933
Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, to consider the adoption of a resolution
approving a Brownfield Plan Amendment for the City of Muskegon Brownfield
Redevelopment Authority pursuant to Act 381 of the Public Acts of Michigan of
1996, as amended.

      The property to which the proposed Brownfield Plan Amendment applies is:

                      Watermark Project
920 Washington Avenue, 965 W. Western Avenue and 1330 Division
                                  Street
                  Muskegon, Michigan 49441
Copies of the proposed Brownfield Plan Amendment are on file at the office of the
City Clerk for inspection during regular business hours.

       At the public hearing, all interested persons desiring to address the City
Commission shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard in regard to the approval
of the Brownfield Plan Amendments for the City of Muskegon Brownfield
Redevelopment Authority. All aspects of the Brownfield Plan Amendments will be
open for discussion at the public hearing.

      FURTHER INFORMATION may be obtained from the City Clerk.

     This notice is given by order of the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon, Michigan.


                                        _____________________________
                                        Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk
        5.    All resolutions and parts of resolutions insofar as they conflict with

the provisions of this resolution be and the same hereby are rescinded.

AYES:        Members

__________________________________________________________________

__________________________________________________________________

NAYS:        Members

__________________________________________________________________

RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.



                                         _____________________________
                                         Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk
      I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution

adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon,

State of Michigan, at a regular meeting held on December 13, 2016, and that said

meeting was conducted and public notice of said meeting was given pursuant to

and in full compliance with the Open Meetings Act, being Act 267, Public Acts of

Michigan, 1976, as amended, and that the minutes of said meeting were kept and

will be or have been made available as required by said Act.



                                         _____________________________
                                         City Clerk
                       Commission Meeting Date: October 25, 2016




Date:        December 13, 2016
To:          Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:        Planning & Economic Development
RE:          Authorize Muskegon County to Adopt and Enforce a Storm Water Runoff
             and Post-Construction Ordinance – SECOND READING


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

Staff is requesting the approval of the resolution that will allow Muskegon County to administer and
enforce a Storm Water Runoff and Post-Construction Ordinance on behalf of the City of Muskegon.
This ordinance will require a landowner to obtain a Storm Water Permit from the County Drain
Commissioners office before commencement of a project that includes any of the following: 1)
requires Planning Commission approval 2) creates more than 10,000 sf of impervious surface 3)
Disturbs, changes, disrupts more than 10,000 sf of existing impervious surface 4) Disturbs more
than one acre of land 5) Is within 500 ft of the water’s edge of a drainage course, wetland, lake or
stream.
The application for a Storm Water Permit is $600 and will be approved or denied within 30 days,
however, most reviews can be completed within one to two weeks.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

None

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

To approve the ordinance

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None




                                                                                                   1
                                       City of Muskegon
                   Stormwater Runoff and Post-Construction Control Ordinance

An Ordinance to provide for the administration of a stormwater runoff and post construction control
program within Muskegon County in order to encourage and regulate the proper use and protection of
natural resources, to provide for administration and enforcement, to establish civil penalties for
violations, and to provide for reimbursement of costs incurred by the County Enforcing Agency
pursuant to this Ordinance.

Whereas, land development alters the hydrologic response of watersheds, resulting in increased
stormwater runoff rates and volumes, increased flooding, stream channel erosion, sediment transport and
deposition, which damages the integrity of stream channels and their biological functions and;

Whereas, stormwater runoff produced by land development contributes to increased quantities of water-
borne nonpoint pollutants, which can impair and destroy natural resources and;

Whereas, increased stormwater runoff rates and volumes, and pollutants associated with stormwater
runoff from future development projects within the County will, absent reasonable regulation and
control, adversely affect the County's water bodies and water resources, and those of downstream
communities, and;

Whereas, Federal and State regulations require certain municipalities within and including the County,
to implement a program of stormwater controls. These municipalities are required to obtain a permit for
stormwater discharges from their Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems (MS4) under the National
Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES), and;

Whereas; stormwater runoff and non-point source pollution can be controlled and minimized by the
regulation of stormwater runoff from development and adopting the standards, criteria and procedures
contained in the Stormwater Runoff and Post-Construction Control Ordinance (Stormwater Ordinance)
and implementing it will address many of the harmful effects of stormwater runoff necessary for the
preservation of the public health, safety and welfare of the County.

Therefore, be it resolved that the governing body of the City of Muskegon supports the Muskegon
County Board of Commissioners to adopt a Stormwater Ordinance and, further, authorizes the County of
Muskegon to implement and enforce the Stormwater Ordinance within the city in order to facilitate
administrative reporting for the requirements associated with this municipality’s stormwater permit
requirements.

This resolution passed.

Ayes: __________________________________________________________________

Nays: __________________________________________________________________
                                              CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                           BY: __________________________________
                                                 Stephen J. Gawron
                                                 Mayor

                                       ATTEST: __________________________________
                                                Ann Meisch
                                                Clerk

CERTIFICATE

This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission held on October 25, 2016. The
meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to the Open Meetings Act of the State of Michigan, Act
267 of the Public Acts of 1976.

                                                  CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                  By ___________________________
                                                  Ann Meisch, City Clerk
                Storm Water Runoff & Post-Construction Control Ordinance

Preamble

An Ordinance to provide for the administration of a storm water runoff and post construction
control program within Muskegon County in order to encourage and regulate the proper use and
protection of natural resources, to provide for administration and enforcement, to establish civil
penalties for violations, and to provide for reimbursement of costs incurred by the County
Enforcing Agency pursuant to this Ordinance.

Whereas, land development alters the hydrologic response of watersheds, resulting in increased
storm water runoff rates and volumes, increased flooding, stream channel erosion, sediment
transport and deposition, which damages the integrity of stream channels and their biological
functions and;

Whereas, storm water runoff produced by land development contributes to increased quantities
of water-borne nonpoint pollutants which can impair and destroy natural resources and;

Whereas, increased storm water runoff rates and volumes, and pollutants associated with storm
water runoff from future development projects within the County will, absent reasonable
regulation and control, adversely affect the County's water bodies and water resources, and those
of downstream communities, and;

Whereas, Federal and State regulations require certain municipalities within and including the
County, to implement a program of storm water controls. These municipalities are required to
obtain a permit for storm water discharges from their Municipal Separate Storm Sewer Systems
(MS4) under the National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES);

Now, therefore be it resolved that; storm water runoff and non-point source pollution can be
controlled and minimized by the regulation of storm water runoff from development and
adopting the following standards, criteria and procedures contained in the Storm water Runoff
and Post-Construction Control Ordinance (Storm Water Ordinance) and implementing it will
address many of the harmful effects of storm water runoff, therefore, adopting the Ordinance is
necessary for the preservation of the public health, safety and welfare of the County.

Whereas, after careful study of the proposed Storm Water Ordinance, the Muskegon County
Board of Public Works has recommended adoption of the Ordinance to the Muskegon County
Board of Commissioners.

Therefore, pursuant to the authority set forth in MCL 46.11(j) and MCL 324.9105(3), the Board
of Commissioners of the County of Muskegon, Michigan, ordains:




                                                 1
Article 1. Short Title

This Ordinance shall be known, and may be cited, as the “Muskegon County Storm Water
Runoff and Post Construction Control Ordinance.” All Articles, Sections, and other topical
headings are for reference only and shall not be construed to be part of this Ordinance.

Article 2. Authority, Purpose, and Adoption of Rules

   2.1. Authority

       2.1.1. Applicable Statutes
       The Storm water Ordinance is adopted in accordance with the Drain Code of 1956, as
       amended, being Act 40 of 1956, MCL 280.1, et seq.; the Land Division Act 288 of 1967,
       as amended, being MCL 560.101, et seq.; the Condominium Act 59 of 1978, as amended,
       being MCL 559.101, et. seq. the Revenue Bond Act of 1933, as amended, being MCL
       141.101, et seq.; the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, as amended,
       being MCL 324.101, et seq.; Section 401(p) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act
       (also known as the Clean Water Act), as amended, being 33 USC 1342(p) and 40 CFR
       Parts 9, 122, 123 and 124; and other applicable state and federal laws.

       2.1.2. Jurisdictional Overlap

       This Ordinance shall not apply to properties within a city, village, or township in the
       County provided that the local municipality adopts an ordinance that is consistent with this
       Ordinance. The legislative body of a city, village, or township may adopt a resolution
       authorizing the County to implement the Ordinance within their jurisdiction to facilitate
       administrative reporting for requirements associated with state permit requirements.

   2.2. Purpose

   The purpose of this Ordinance is to set forth the minimum requirements for storm water
   management and control to protect public health, safety, and welfare within Muskegon
   County by providing for the administration and enforcement of the Muskegon County Storm
   Water Runoff and Post Construction Ordinance. No person, corporation, or governmental
   entity shall maintain or undertake an activity or earth change that alters infiltration and is
   governed by this Ordinance, except in compliance with this Ordinance, and pursuant to a
   Storm Water Permit issued by the County Enforcing Agency, if required.




                                                2
Article 3. Definitions

   3.1. Definitions.
   The County hereby adopts by reference the definitions herein. In addition, the following
   definitions shall apply in the interpretation and enforcement of this ordinance:

       3.1.1. Cease and Desist Order - An order that stops the work on a project due to a
       violation of this Ordinance or until said violation is corrected.

       3.1.2. County Enforcing Agency (CEA) - An agency designated by the Muskegon
       County Board of Commissioners pursuant to be responsible for the administration and
       enforcement of this Ordinance.

       3.1.3. Design storm - A rainfall event that has a specific statistical probability of occurring
       in any given year. For example, a 2-year design storm is a storm with a 50 percent chance
       of occurring during the year. Design storm figures are used to calculate the runoff volume
       and peak discharge rate through a detention or retention basin or other storm water
       management facility.

       3.1.4. Detention - A system which is designed to capture storm water and release it over a
       given time period through an outlet structure at a controlled rate.

       3.1.5. Discharge - The rate of flow of water through an outlet structure at a given point and
       time, measured in cubic feet per second (cfs).

       3.1.6. Drain – Any drain maintained by the County Road Commission and any drain as
       defined in the Drain Code of 1956, as amended, being MCL 280.1, et. seq., other than an
       established county or inter-county drain.

       3.1.7. Earth Change - A human-made change in the natural cover or topography of land,
       including cut and fill activities, which may result in or contribute to soil erosion or
       sedimentation of the waters of the State. Earth change does not include the practice of
       plowing and tilling soil for the purpose of crop production.

       3.1.8. Enforcing Agent - A person designated by the County Enforcing Agency to carry
       out the provisions of this Ordinance.

       3.1.9. Excess runoff - Surface runoff that cannot be accommodated satisfactorily by the
       natural or planned drainage systems.

       3.1.10. Illicit Connection – Any method or means for conveying an illicit discharge into
       water bodies or the Community's storm water system whether enclosed or an open water
       ditch.

       3.1.11. Impervious surface - Impermeable surfaces, such as buildings, paved driveways,
       parking areas, or roads which prevent the infiltration of water into the soil.

                                                 3
3.1.12. Infiltration - the process by which water on the ground surface enters
the soil. Infiltration rate in soil science is a measure of the rate at which soil is able to
absorb rainfall or irrigation. It is measured in inches per hour or millimeters per hour. The
rate decreases as the soil becomes saturated. If the precipitation rate exceeds the infiltration
rate, runoff will usually occur unless there is some physical barrier. It is related to the
saturated hydraulic conductivity of the near-surface soil.

3.1.12. Lake - Means the Great Lakes and all natural and artificial inland lakes or
impoundments that have definite banks, a bed, visible evidence of a continued occurrence
of water, and a surface area of water that is equal to, or greater than, 1 acre. "Lake" does
not include sediment basins and basins constructed for the sole purpose of storm water
retention, cooling water, or treating polluted water.

3.1.13. Muskegon County Department of Public Works - The County Agency
responsible for administration and enforcement of this ordinance in the name of the
County of Muskegon, and including agents acting on behalf of or appointed by the
Muskegon County Drain Commissioner for the administration and enforcement of this
Ordinance.

3.1.14. Mitigation - Actions taken or required by the County Enforcing Agency to
temporarily or permanently bring a parcel of land into compliance with this Ordinance.

3.1.15. National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) Storm Water
Permit – a permit issued by the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality under
authority delegated pursuant to 33 USC § 1342(b) that authorizes the discharge of
pollutants to waters of the United States, whether the permit is applicable to an individual,
group, or general area-wide basis.

3.1.16. Notice of Completion - Upon satisfactory execution of the approved plans,
permit conditions and other requirements imposed under this Ordinance, the landowner
shall provide notice of completion to the County Enforcing Agency.

3.1.17. Notice of Intent to File Lien - Written notice to the owner of a property of intent
to file a property lien to secure repayment of mitigation expense, including legal expense
associated with a particular mitigation effort. Outstanding liens on property will be
collected according to Article 7, “ for Expense”.

3.1.18. Notice of Intent to Mitigate - Notice to the owner of a property in violation of
this Ordinance of intent to conduct mitigation to bring the site into compliance with this
Ordinance.




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3.1.19. Notice of Taking Action - Legal notice to the owner of a property in violation of
this Ordinance of action already taken to remove an immediate threat to natural
resources, property or public safety.

3.1.20. Notice of Violation - Written notice to the owner of a property that activity at that
site is in violation of this Ordinance. The Notice of Violation shall contain a description
of the violation, what must be done to remedy the violation, and the time frame in which
such corrective action must be taken.

3.1.21. Outfall - The point where water flows out from a conduit, drain, or stream.

3.1.22. Outlet - A stream or facility discharging the flow from a basin, drain, or other
storm water management facility.

3.1.23. Peak Rate of Discharge (peak flow) - The maximum calculated rate of storm
water flow at a given point in a channel, watercourse, or conduit resulting from a
predetermined frequency storm or flood, measured in cubic feet per second (cfs).

3.1.24. Pollutant - A substance discharged which includes, but is not limited to the
following: any dredged spoil, solid waste, vehicle fluids, paints, varnishes and solvents,
cooking grease, detergents, degreasers, cleaning chemicals, herbicides, pesticides,
floatables, fecal coliform and pathogens, concrete and cement, yard wastes, animal wastes,
agricultural waste products, sediment, incinerator residue, sewage, garbage, chemical
wastes, biological wastes, radioactive materials, heat, wrecked or discharged equipment,
industrial, municipal, commercial and agricultural waste, or any other contaminant or other
substance defined as a pollutant under the Clean Water Act.

3.1.25. Regional Detention Basin - A basin to detain water flow from a number of
development sites or a small watershed.

3.1.26. Retention - A system which is designed to capture storm water and contain it until
it infiltrates into the soil or evaporates.

3.1.27. State of Michigan Water Quality Standards - All applicable State rules,
regulations, and laws pertaining to water quality, including the provision of Section 3106 of
Part 31 of Public Act 451 of 1994, as amended.

3.1.28. Storm frequency - The average period of time during which a storm of a given
duration and intensity can be expected to be equaled or exceeded.

3.1.29. Storm water management
    a. For quantitative control, a system of vegetative and structural measures that control
        the increased volume and rate of surface runoff caused by human-made changes to
        the land; and




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              b. For qualitative control, a system of vegetative, structural, and other measures that
                 reduce or eliminate pollutants that might otherwise be carried by surface runoff.

      3.1.30. Storm water Runoff - The runoff and drainage of precipitation resulting from
      rainfall or snowmelt or other natural event or process.

      3.1.31. Stream - A river, creek, or other surface watercourse which may or may not be
      serving as a drain, as defined in the drain code, and which has definite banks, a bed, and
      visible evidence of the continued flow or continued occurrence of water, including the
      connecting waters of the Great Lakes.

      3.1.32. Wetland - Land characterized by the presence of water at a frequency and
      duration sufficient to support, and that under normal circumstances does support, wetland
      vegetation or aquatic life, and is commonly referred to as a bog, swamp, or marsh, and
      which is any of the following:

         i.      Contiguous to the Great Lakes or Lake St. Clair, an inland lake or pond, or a river
                 or stream.

        ii.      Not contiguous to the Great Lakes, an inland lake or pond, or a river or stream;
                 and more than 5 acres in size.

       iii.      Not contiguous to the Great Lakes, an inland lake or pond, or a river or stream;
                 and 5 acres or less in size if the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality
                 (MDEQ) determines that protection of the area is essential to the preservation of
                 the natural resources of the state from pollution, impairment, or destruction and
                 the MDEQ has so notified the owner.

Article 4. Administration and Enforcement

   4.1. County Enforcing Agency - The Muskegon County Drain Commissioner is the County
   Enforcing Agency responsible for administering and enforcing this ordinance within
   Muskegon County, except for those areas of the county where a local (MS4) municipal
   program is in effect. The County may contract with another local unit of government,
   municipal department, or other experienced and qualified individuals, parties or entities that
   would assist the County in performing site reviews, surveys, inspections, or monitoring.

   4.2. Relief from Personal Responsibility - The County Enforcing Agency, or any other
   county employee or officer charged with duties and responsibilities pursuant to this
   Ordinance, while acting within the scope of their authority, are hereby relieved from all
   personal liability for damages to persons or property resulting from the exercise or discharge
   of their duties. Any civil or criminal action brought against an officer or employee of the
   County, while acting within the scope of authority granted under this Ordinance, may be
   defended by the legal representative of the County until final termination of proceedings. If a
   judgment for damages is awarded against the above mentioned officers or employees as a
   result of a civil action for personal injury or property damage caused while acting within the

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scope of the individual’s employment or while acting within the scope of authority of this
Ordinance, the County of Muskegon may pay, or compromise, the judgment.

4.3. Duties of the County Enforcing Agency - It shall be the responsibility of the County
Enforcing Agency to enforce the provisions of this Ordinance, and in doing so, to perform
the following duties:

   4.3.1. Review Storm Water Permit Applications and Plans
   Applications for permits required by this Ordinance shall be submitted to the County
   Enforcing Agency on the forms provided by the County Enforcing Agency and shall
   contain all required and/or necessary information to allow the County Enforcing Agency
   to evaluate the application. The County Enforcing Agency is not required to evaluate
   incomplete applications or applications submitted without the required or necessary
   information or supporting documentation. Storm Water Permit applications and plans
   will be reviewed in accordance with the rules defined under 5.1.

   4.3.2. Issue Permits and Certificates
   The County Enforcing Agency shall issue Storm Water Permits when applicable
   provisions of this Ordinance have been fulfilled.

   4.3.3. Maintain Records
   Records for active Storm Water Permits shall be available for public inspection during
   regular business hours. Upon written request, copies of documents may be furnished at
   cost to any person consistent with policy of the Board of Commissioners.

   4.3.4. Mitigation
   The County Enforcing Agency may, but is not required to, conduct such activity as is
   deemed necessary to remove an immediate threat to environmental resources, property or
   public safety in accordance with the Drain Code of 1956, as amended, being Act 40 of
   1956, MCL 280.1, et seq.; the Land Division Act 288 of 1967, as amended, being MCL
   560.101, et seq.; the Condominium Act 59 of 1978, as amended, being MCL 559.101, et.
   seq. the Revenue Bond Act of 1933, as amended, being MCL 141.101, et seq.; the
   Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, as amended, being MCL 324.101,
   et seq.; Section 401(p) of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act (also known as the
   Clean Water Act), as amended, being 33 USC 1342(p) and 40 CFR Parts 9, 122, 123 and
   124; and other applicable state and federal laws.

   4.3.5. Prepare Invoices and Record Liens
   Invoices for mitigation expense shall be mailed by certified mail to the owner(s) of the
   land on which the violation occurred. Pursuant to MCL 324.9120, property liens against
   the land in violation shall be recorded at the Muskegon County Register of Deeds for all
   invoices remaining unpaid thirty (30) days after mailing. The owner of the land shall be
   responsible for all costs associated with the recording and subsequent release of a lien.




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   4.3.6. Legal Remedy
   The County Enforcing Agency shall have all legal remedies available under this
   Ordinance which include, but are not limited, to the issuance of a Notice of Violation, a
   Cease and Desist Order, and/or a municipal civil infraction citation to the property owner,
   contractor, or individual who is not the property owner and who violates this Ordinance.
   The County Enforcing Agency may also take other legal action deemed appropriate
   against an individual or the owner of a property in violation.

   4.3.7. Official Copies
   The County Enforcing Agency shall maintain one official copy of this Ordinance, which
   shall be available for public inspection during regular office hours.

   4.3.8. Inspections
   The County Enforcing Agency is empowered to conduct inspections of property in order
   to properly carry out the enforcement of this Ordinance.

   4.3.9. Document Retention
   Permits, plans and associated documents for all projects, permitted under this ordinance,
   may be disposed of twenty-five years after filing the final construction certification and
   coinciding with termination of post construction maintenance responsibilities.

4.4. Interpretation

The County Enforcing Agency shall have full authority to make interpretations as to the
scope and applicability of this Ordinance, including but not limited to determinations of
violations, acceptability of plans and sureties, necessity for mitigation, and substantial
completion. All such determinations by the County Enforcing Agency are considered final.

4.5. Fees, Fines and Sureties

   4.5.1. Fees and Fines.
   The County shall periodically adopt a schedule of fees and fines to cover the cost of
   administration and enforcement of this Ordinance. Adjustment of the schedule of fees
   and fines will not invalidate other provisions of this Ordinance. All permit fees shall be
   doubled if work starts without a permit.

   4.5.2. Sureties.
   Financial surety in a form acceptable to the County Enforcing Agency may be required as
   a condition of a Storm Water Permit. Surety is required for all commercial Storm Water
   Permits with disturbances of 3 acres or more. At the permittee’s choosing, the surety shall
   be in the form of cash, bond, certified check or irrevocable bank letter of credit in forms
   acceptable to the County Enforcing Agency.




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      4.5.3. Return of Surety.
      Unused portion of sureties shall be returned within sixty (60) days after filing the final
      construction certification with the County Enforcing Agency.

Article 5. Application, Plan, Approval Standards, and Post Construction Standards

   5.1. Application
   A person, corporation, or governmental entity shall not maintain or undertake an earth
   change governed by this Ordinance, except in compliance with this Ordinance. The Storm
   Water Permit Application form and Storm Water Permit form shall contain all information
   required by this Ordinance. An Application, together with instructive information as deemed
   appropriate, shall be provided at no cost to each applicant by the County Enforcing Agency.
   The County Enforcing Agency shall approve or deny an application for a Storm Water
   Permit within 30 days after the filing of a complete application for a Storm Water Permit and
   the payment of the appropriate fees and sureties.

   5.2. Storm Water Plan, Approval Standards, Construction Certification, and Post
   Construction Maintenance
   A person shall prepare a storm water control plan for any earth change identified under 5.3.1.
   A person shall design the plan in accordance with current Best Management Practices
   (BMPs) or Low Impact Design (LID) methods for storm water management to effectively
   reduce and control storm water flows, retain / detain waters on-site, and reduce peak
   discharge rates. The plan shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following:

      5.2.1. Storm Water Plan
      The plan shall include, but not be limited to, all of the following:

         i.   A map(s) at a scale of not more than 200 feet to the inch or as otherwise
              determined by the County Enforcing Agency; including a legal description and
              site location sketch that includes the proximity (within 50 feet of the property
              boundary) of any proposed earth change to lakes, streams, regulated wetlands,
              drainage courses, or all; predominant land features; and contour intervals or slope
              description.

        ii.   A soils survey or a written description of the soil types of the exposed land area
              contemplated for the earth change.

       iii.   A description and the location of the physical limits of each proposed earth
              change.

       iv.    A description and the location of all existing and proposed on-site drainage, storm
              water management, and dewatering facilities (e.g., rain gardens, swales, leach
              basins, recessed landscape islands, roof retention, cisterns, and detention or
              retention ponds).

        v.    The timing and sequence of each proposed earth change.

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    vi.     A description and location of all storm water discharge points.


   5.2.2. Approval Standards

   The plan, or associated narrative, shall provide a description of how the storm water
   control measures to be implemented and outlined within the plan shall meet the published
   standards of the Municipal Storm Water Committee will:

   5.2.3. Construction Certification
   A certification letter shall be submitted to the County Enforcement Agency after storm
   water control measures have been installed to affirm that construction has been
   completed in accordance with the Storm Water Permit and plan. This certification shall
   be prepared by a licensed civil engineer, land surveyor, architect, and/or landscape
   architect; unless a specified certification was required by the County Enforcement
   Agency.

   5.2.3. Post Construction Maintenance
   The plan, or associated narrative, shall provide a proposal for the continued maintenance
   of all storm water control measures that remain after project completion; including the
   designation of the person or entity responsible for the ongoing operation, inspections, and
   maintenance of storm water facilities and measures. Maintenance responsibilities shall be
   recorded with the property at the Muskegon County Register of Deeds; and shall:

       i.     Be in effect for a period of 25 years from the date of the final construction
              certification.

     ii.      Become a part of any sales or exchange agreement, and run with the property for
              the land on which the storm water control measures are located.

     iii.     Include regular inspections (minimum of every five years) of the storm water
              control measures by a licensed civil engineer attesting to the capability of the
              system to manage and treat storm water as the system was original designed; and
              provide inspection reports to the County Enforcement Authority.

     iv.      Specify responsibilities for financing maintenance and emergency repairs.

      v.      Provide the County Enforcement Agency legal authority to enter the property, at
              reasonable times, for purposes of conducting on-site inspections; which may
              include water sampling and flow measurements.

5.3. Permit

   5.3.1. Permits Required:


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A landowner or designated agent who contracts for, allows, or engages in, an earth
change within the jurisdiction of the County Enforcing Agency shall obtain a Storm
Water Permit from the County Enforcing Agency before commencing an earth change
which:

   i.   Requires local site plan or plat approval; or

 ii.    Creates more than ten thousand (10,000) square feet of impervious surface; or

 iii.   Disturbs, changes, disrupts more than ten thousand (10,000) square feet of
        existing impervious surface; or

 iv.    Disturbs 1 or more acres of land; or

  v.    Is within 500 feet of the water's edge of a drainage course, wetland, lake or stream.

5.3.2. Permit Exemptions:

This ordinance shall not apply to:

   i.   Existing roads under the control of the Muskegon County Road Commission or
        local municipality; including work related to maintenance and replacement.

 ii.    Agricultural property (and buildings directly related to their operations) as
        designated under the definitions according to the Michigan Department of
        Agriculture and Rural Development and protected under Michigan’s Right to
        Farm Act.

5.3.3. Permit Expiration, Extension, and Termination:

     5.3.3.1 Expiration:
     Storm Water Permits shall expire on the date indicated on the permit.

     5.3.3.2 Extension:
     The holder of a valid permit must request an extension of coverage, if necessary, no
     later than ten (10) days prior to the expiration date. Any such request must be in
     writing and must be accompanied by all supporting documentation and applicable
     extension fees, if any. The maximum allowable time extension will be one (1) year
     from the original expiration date. An extension does not release the owner or the
     surety on a bond, or the person furnishing an irrevocable letter of credit, or a person
     furnishing a cash bond from their responsibilities and/or liabilities thereunder.

     5.3.3.3 Construction Not Begun:
     Storm Water Permit coverage will automatically terminate if construction has not
     commenced within one (1) year of the date of issuance. A new plan and application,



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        with fees, are required to obtain a Storm Water Permit for any site where a permit has
        been terminated for any reason.

     5.3.3.4 Application After Termination:
     A new plan and application, with fees, are required to obtain a Storm Water Permit
     for any site where a permit has been terminated for any reason.

5.3.4. Permit Suspension, Revocation and Reinstatement:
A Storm Water Permit issued under this Ordinance may be revoked or suspended at the
discretion of the County Enforcing Agency and may not be the basis for any further work
on a project until the permit is reinstated by the County Enforcing Agency following a
determination that the reasons for the suspension or revocation have been resolved to the
satisfaction of the County Enforcing Agency. Once one of the factors outlined below is
established by the County Enforcing Agency, the decision whether to suspend or revoke a
permit shall be within the discretion of the County Enforcing Agency. A Storm Water
Permit may be suspended or revoked for any of the following reasons:

   i.      A violation of a condition of the Storm Water Permit, including the approved
           Storm water plan.

 ii.       Misrepresentation or failure to fully disclose relevant facts in the application or
           plan.

 iii.      A change in land ownership without written notification to the County Enforcing
           Agency.

 iv.       Permitted work already in progress is abandoned or suspended for a period
           beyond the permit expiration date.

5.3.5. Permit Transfers:
Whenever a property changes ownership, the permit and all responsibilities including
conditions of issuance, fees, fines, and penalties owed, shall be transferred to the new
landowner. Transfer of the permit shall be made by completing a form provided by the
County Enforcing Agency, with signature of the new landowner, and then submitting the
completed form to the County Enforcing Agency. The fee for the transfer shall be as
listed on the schedule of fees.



5.3.6. Permit Waiver:
In lieu of on-site storm water facilities and measures, the use of regional or off-site storm
water facilities and measures may be proposed. In such cases, the applicant may request a
waiver of the requirements for on-site storm water runoff control. The waiver request shall
be submitted to the County Enforcing Agency with a permit application for a Storm Water
Permit. Waivers for on-site detention or retention may be considered for the following:



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         i.   Shared off-site storm water control areas may be proposed between two or more
              property owners or developments, provided that maintenance agreements have been
              approved by the County Enforcing Agency and storm water drainage easements
              have been obtained and recorded among the property owners also naming the
              authority in the easement.

        ii.   Storm water harvesting/reuse or treatment plans may be considered by the County
              Enforcing Agency; especially in the case of a contaminated site.

Article 6. Enforcement

   6.1. Enforcement

   This Ordinance shall be enforced by the County Enforcing Agency. The County Enforcing
   Agency may use any enforcement method or technique allowed, including but not limited to
   the issuance of a letter providing Notice of Violation, that may or may not allow for time to
   correct the violation prior to any further or additional enforcement actions, citations, civil
   infractions, cease and desist orders, or may revoke a Storm Water Permit upon finding that
   there is a violation of this Ordinance, and may pursue such legal action as may be necessary
   to correct a violation including but not limited to seeking an injunction to restrain or prevent
   violations of the Ordinance.

   6.2. Municipal Civil Infractions; Authorized Enforcement Officials; Violation Bureau

      6.2.1. Municipal Civil Infractions.
      Violation of this Ordinance shall be a municipal civil infraction, as authorized under
      Chapter 87 of 1961 PA 236, as amended, and other applicable laws. A violation includes
      any act that is prohibited or made or declared to be unlawful, and any omission or failure
      to act where the act is required by this Ordinance. Each day that a violation exists
      constitutes a separate infraction.

      6.2.2. Authorized Enforcement Officials.
      Muskegon County Storm Water Enforcing Agents and deputies of the Muskegon County
      Sheriff’s Office are authorized to issue municipal civil infraction citations for violations
      of this Ordinance. Muskegon County Storm Water Enforcing Agents are authorized to
      issue notice of violations and cease and desist orders.



      6.2.3. Municipal Civil Infractions Violations Bureau.
      The Municipal Civil Infractions Violations Bureau, for disposition of violation notices
      issued under this Ordinance, shall be located at the Muskegon County Department of
      Public Works, 131 E. Apple Ave., Muskegon, MI 49442.

   6.3. Violations and Penalties; Injunction



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   6.3.1.
   A person who violates this Ordinance or any Notice of Violation or cease and desist order
   issued under this Ordinance is responsible for a municipal civil infraction and may be
   ordered to pay a civil fine of not less than $150.00, and not more than $2,500.00, plus all
   costs of enforcement.

   6.3.2.
   A person who knowingly makes a false statement in an Application or in a Storm water
   plan is responsible for a civil fine of up to $2,500.00 for each day of violation, plus all
   costs of enforcement.

   6.3.3.
   A person who knowingly continues to violate this Ordinance after receiving a Notice of
   Violation is responsible for payment of a civil fine for each day the violation continues to
   exist, plus all costs of enforcement.

   6.3.4.
   A default in payment of a civil fine or costs ordered under this section may be remedied
   by any means authorized under the Revised Judicature Act of 1961, 1961 PA 236, being
   sections 600.101 to 600.9948 of the Michigan Compiled Laws as amended.

   6.3.5.
   In addition to any fines and costs assessed under this section, a person who violates this
   Ordinance is liable to the State of Michigan for any damages for injury to, destruction of,
   or loss of natural resources resulting from the violation.

   6.3.6.
   Notwithstanding the existence or pursuit of any other remedy, the County may maintain
   an action in a court of competent jurisdiction for monetary damages and may request an
   injunction or other process against a person to restrain or prevent violations of this
   Ordinance.

6.4. Enforcement Costs and Fines

   6.4.1. Costs of Enforcement.
   The County Enforcing Agency shall maintain a record of all expenses relative to the
   enforcement of this Ordinance. Costs of Enforcement specifically include but are not
   limited to all investigative costs, court costs (including witness fees), and legal or
   attorney fees.

   6.4.2. Fines.
   Fines levied and paid pursuant to legal action undertaken by the County Enforcing
   Agency shall be deposited with the County, and shall be used for enforcement of this
   Ordinance. Landowners, authorized agents, on-site responsible persons, contractors and
   other individuals undertaking an earth change in violation of this Ordinance are subject to
   the penalties prescribed herein.

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       6.4.3. Payment.
       All persons that receive municipal civil infraction violation notices shall have thirty (30)
       days to pay the fine to the Muskegon County Department of Public Works office. If
       responsibility is denied or the fine is unpaid after thirty (30) days, a municipal civil
       infraction citation shall be filed with the District Court for resolution pursuant to Chapter
       87 of the Revised Judicature Act, MCL 600.8701 et seq. Either party may request a
       formal hearing before a judge.

Article 7. Reimbursement for Expense

   7.1. Reports.
   It shall be the duty of the County Enforcing Agency to report to the Board of Commissioners,
   no later than the last Wednesday in September of each year, all unpaid property liens filed in
   conjunction with this Ordinance.

   7.2. Assessment.
   It shall be the duty of the County Treasurer to place on the winter tax statement of each
   property for which there is an amount outstanding the full amount of the outstanding lien.

Article 8. Severability

If any section, subsection, paragraph, sentence, clause, phrase or portion of this Ordinance is, for
any reason, held invalid or unconstitutional by any Court of competent jurisdiction, such portion
shall be deemed a separate, distinct and independent provision and such holding shall not affect
the validity of the remaining portions thereof.

Article 9. Conflict of Authority

Nothing in this Ordinance shall be interpreted to conflict with present or future state or federal
statutes in the same subject matter. Conflicting provisions of this Ordinance shall be abrogated to
the extent of the conflict. The provisions of this Ordinance shall be construed, if possible, to be
consistent with and in addition to relevant federal and state regulations and statutes. In their
interpretation and application, the provisions of this Ordinance shall be liberally construed in
favor of achieving the objectives of this Ordinance, and shall not be deemed a limitation or
repeal of any other powers granted by state statutes. Where this Ordinance imposes greater
restrictions, the provisions of this Ordinance shall prevail. If there is another ordinance that is
inconsistent, the terms of the Ordinance that promotes the objectives of this Ordinance to the
greatest extent shall apply.

This Ordinance is not intended to repeal, abrogate or impair any existing easements, covenants,
or deed restrictions.

Article 10. Savings Clause
This Ordinance shall not impair or affect any act done, offense committed or right accruing,
accrued or acquired, or liability, penalty, forfeiture or punishment incurred prior to the time this

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Ordinance takes effect, but the same may be enjoyed, asserted, enforced, prosecuted or inflicted
as fully and to the same extent if this Ordinance had not been adopted.

Article 11. Effective Date

This Ordinance shall take effect 30 days following its acceptance by the Muskegon County
Board of Commissioners and shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in
Muskegon County.

Moved by Commissioner _______, seconded by Commissioner _________, to (approve/denyt) .

Roll Call:

Yes:

No:

Motion Carried

I, Nancy A. Waters, Muskegon County Clerk, Muskegon, Michigan, do hereby certify that the
foregoing Ordinance was adopted by the Board of Commissioners at a regular meeting on (date),
2015. In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the 14th Circuit
Court this __ day of _____, 2016.


                                             ___________________________________
                                              Nancy A. Waters, Muskegon County Clerk




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Date:      December 13, 2016
To:        Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:      City Clerk
RE:        Community Relations Committee Recommendations


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To concur with the recommendation from the Community
Relations Committee to accept the resignation of Blanche Smith from the Planning
Commission and to appoint Susan Harrison Wolffis to the District Library Board.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: None

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the recommendations.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:          To concur with the recommendation from the
Community Relations Committee.
Date:     December 7, 2016
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:     Frank Peterson, City Manager
RE:       Appointment of Representative to Recreation
          Authority Steering Committee




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To appoint a representative of the City of
Muskegon to the Recreation Authority Steering Committee.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To make an appointment to the Recreation
Authority Steering Committee.
                  Commission Meeting Date: December 13, 2016

Date:         December 6, 2016
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Planning & Economic Development
RE:           Request to Create a new Neighborhood Enterprise Zone district
              at 285 W Western Ave


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

Pursuant to Public Act 147 of the Michigan Public Acts of 1992, the developer of the
Highpoint Flats project has requested to create a new Neighborhood Enterprise Zone (NEZ)
district for the parcel at 285 W Western Ave. Properties located in this NEZ district will be
eligible to apply for NEZ certificates, which will lower the residential property taxes on rehab
construction. Notice letters were sent to the taxing jurisdictions on June 20 and a public
hearing was held on June 28. State law requires that the resolution must be adopted at
least 60 days after the notice letters were sent. This project will include 47 apartments units.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

No financial impact at this point. However, being in a district will allow them to apply for a
rehab NEZ certificate, which will freeze the building at its pre-rehabilitated rate for 1 to 15
years.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approval of the new NEZ district.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None
                                  Resolution No. ________

                            MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION

    RESOLUTION TO CREATE A NEW NEIGHBORHOOD ENTERPRIZE ZONE
              DISTRICT WITHIN THE CITY OF MUSKEGON


WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon currently has established Neighborhood Enterprise Zone
districts within the City, and;

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon would like to create a new Neighborhood Enterprise Zone
district to a new location within the City, and;

WHEREAS, notices were sent to the local taxing jurisdictions on June 20, 2016, and;

WHEREAS, a public hearing was held regarding the creation of this new district on June 28,
2016; and

WHEREAS, the new district boundaries will include the property known as “Hackley Union
Bank (285 W Western Ave, property #24-234-000-0001-00) ,” as shown in Attachment A, and;

WHEREAS, the total square footage of Neighborhood Enterprise Zone districts in Muskegon
will not exceed 15% of the total square footage of the City;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the new Neighborhood Enterprise Zone district in
the City of Muskegon have been approved.

Adopted this 13th day of December, 2016.



Ayes:

Nays:

Absent:


                                                   By: __________________________
                                                       Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor


                                                   Attest: _________________________
                                                           Ann Meisch
                                                           City Clerk
                                       CERTIFICATION

I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted
by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan at a regular
meeting held on December 13, 2016.

                                                                By: ________________________
                                                                    Ann Meisch
                                                                    City Clerk
Attachment A
Commission Meeting Date:         December 13, 2016

Date:      December 8, 2016
To:        Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:      Community and Neighborhood Services Department
RE:        Approval of Sale of City-owned Home at 1477 Nolan


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the attached resolution and instruct
the Community and Neighborhood Services department to complete the sales
transaction with Rhonda K Brower for the newly constructed home at 1477
Nolan Ave: purchase price $125,000.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The proceeds from the sale will be used to continue the
rehabilitation of affordable homes through the HOME program and provide
funding for our Homebuyer’s Assistance Program.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the resolution and direct the CNS
staff to complete the sale.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None.
                   MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION


                RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE SALE OF
                 HUD PROPERTY AT 1477 NOLAN AVE


WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon is dedicated to the redevelopment of its
neighborhoods and;



WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon is dedicated to promoting high quality
affordable single-family housing in the community and;



WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon is dedicated               to   promoting
homeownership throughout its neighborhoods;



NOW THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Commission hereby
approves the sale of the property at 1477 Nolan Ave to Rhonda K Brower.
This home has been newly constructed by Community and Neighborhood
Services Department through the Home-Buyer Program.

Adopted this 13th of December, 2016.

Ayes:

Nays:


                         By ______________________________
                            Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor


                         By ______________________________
                            Ann Marie Cummings, MMC City Clerk
AM_Resolution
COMMISSION MEETING DATE: December 13, 2016

Date:         December 8, 2016

To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From:         Director of Public Safety Jeffrey Lewis

RE:           Professional Service Agreement (SAFE built)

_______________________________________________________

SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

        The Director of Public Safety requests that the Commission review and authorize this
Professional Service agreement between the City of Muskegon and SAFE built LLC. SAFE
built has performed satisfactorily since the fall of 2012, said contract expires this month. The
new service contract has expanded SAFE built’s responsibilities to included but not limited
to “Dangerous Abandon Buildings”. The contract reflects adjusted shared percentages and
other financial adjustments to effectively perform and enhance the quality of service SAFE
built are to provide. The proposed agreement is to commence this month 2016, and
concluded on December 31st, 2024.

      Included in the attached service agreement are the following exhibits which forward;
Scope of Service, Fee Schedule, Performance Standard(s), and Lease Agreement.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
Budgeted – the goal is to be cost neutral


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
Adjusted 2017 Fee schedule


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends approval of proposed new professional service agreement between the
City of Muskegon & SAFE built of Troy, Michigan.

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