City Commission Packet 04-14-2009

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  CITY OF MUSKEGON
   CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                    APRIL 14, 2009
 CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS @ 5:30 P.M.
                            AGENDA

CALL TO ORDER:
PRAYER:
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
ROLL CALL:
HONORS AND AWARDS:
INTRODUCTIONS/PRESENTATION:
CONSENT AGENDA:
  A. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
  B. City – MDOT Agreement for the Reconstruction of Getty Street from
     Marquette Avenue to Access Highway. ENGINEERING
  C. City – MDOT Agreement for the Reconstruction of Harvey Street from
     Oak to Marquette. ENGINEERING
  D. City – MDOT Agreement for the Traffic Signal Upgrading Work.
     ENGINEERING
  E. Intake Crib Inspection. WATER FILTRATION
  F. Annual Sodium Hypochlorite Purchase. WATER FILTRATION
  G. Fireworks Display Permit for Muskegon Country Club. CITY CLERK
  H. Recommendations for the Various            Boards   and   Committees.
     COMMUNITY RELATIONS COMMITTEE
  I. Multiple Special Events with Alcohol. LEISURE SERVICES
  J. Transmittal of 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report. FINANCE
  K. First Quarter 2009 Budget Reforecast. FINANCE
PUBLIC HEARINGS:
  A. Parks and Recreation Master Plan.          PLANNING & ECONOMIC
     DEVELOPMENT
   COMMUNICATIONS:
   CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:
   UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
   NEW BUSINESS:
       A. Sale of Madison Street Fire Station, 1774 Madison.                                       PLANNING &
          ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
       B. Sale of Parking Lot to 297 Clay Condominium Owners Association, Inc.
          CITY MANAGER
       C. Collective Bargaining Agreement with Service Employees International
          Union (SEIU) Local 517M, Unit 2, for Years 2009 – 2011. CITY MANAGER
       D. Community Action Trailer. CITY CLERK
   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:
ADA POLICY: The City of Muskegon will provide necessary auxiliary aids and services to individuals who
want to attend the meeting upon twenty four hour notice to the City of Muskegon. Please contact Ann
Marie Becker, City Clerk, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49440 or by calling (231) 724-6705 or TDD:
(231) 724-4172.
Date:    April 14, 2009
To:      Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:    Ann Marie Becker, City Clerk
RE:      Approval of Minutes




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the Regular
Commission Meeting that was held on Tuesday, March 24th.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
     CITY OF MUSKEGON
       CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                        MARCH 24, 2009
    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, Michigan at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, March 24, 2009.
Mayor Warmington opened the meeting with a prayer from Pastor Tim Cross
from the Living Word Church of Muskegon after which the Commission and
public recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
Present: Mayor Stephen Warmington, Vice Mayor Stephen Gawron,
Commissioners Sue Wierengo, Steve Wisneski, Chris Carter, Clara Shepherd, and
Lawrence Spataro, City Manager Bryon Mazade, City Attorney John Schrier, and
City Clerk Ann Marie Becker.
2009-26 CONSENT AGENDA:
      A. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve minutes for the March 9th Commission
Worksession, and the March 10th Regular Commission Meeting.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
      B. Traffic Department Materials and Services 2009. PUBLIC WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Contract with the Muskegon County Road Commission
for the joint purchase of various Traffic Department materials and services. We
have bid out these items with MCRC for the past eighteen years. By bidding
together with MCRC and other municipalities, we are able to get better unit
prices because of larger quantity purchases.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Sign materials and services to be jointly bid:
      Sign Blanks -- $1,100 approx.
      Sign Post -- $4,000 approx.
      Ready Made Signs -- $2,000 approx.
      Centerline Painting -- $17,000 approx.
                  Total: $24,100
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: This item is requested each year in the appropriate
Highway budgets.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve the continued joint purchasing with the
Muskegon County Road Commission for sign materials and services.
      C. Aggregates, Highway Maintenance Materials and Concrete. PUBLIC
         WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Award bid to supply H1 and H2 limestone chip blend to
Verplank Trucking Company, PO Box 8, Ferrysburg, MI 49409.
Award bid to supply road slag to Verplank Trucking Company, PO Box 8,
Ferrysburg, MI 49409.
Award bid to supply Sylvax patching material (CP-6 alternative) to Asphalt
Paving, Inc., 1000 E. Sherman Boulevard, Muskegon, MI 49444-0190.
Award bid for crack sealant to ASI Manufacturing, LLC, 1805 Industrial Park Dr.,
Grand Haven, MI 49417.
Award bid to supply bituminous asphalt product to Asphalt Paving, Inc., 1000 E.
Sherman Boulevard, Muskegon, MI 49444-0190.
Award bid to supply Calcium Chloride 38% (road brine) and 32% (winter salting)
to Great Lakes Chloride, 1012 E. Free Soil Rd., Free Soil, MI 49411.
Award bid to supply screened top soil to Verplank Trucking Company, PO Box 8,
Ferrysburg, MI 49409.
Award bid to supply 2NS sand to Yellow Rose Transport, 3531 Busch Dr.,
Grandville, MI 49418.
Award bid to supply 7-sack mix concrete to Port City Redi-Mix, 1780 Sheridan
Road, Muskegon, MI 49442; contingent upon product availability, timely
deliveries, and prices as quoted.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: $231,247 based on 2008 quantities at 2009 quotes.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None, funds appropriated in several budgets.
      D. Budgeted Vehicle Replacement – Two Ford F-450s. PUBLIC WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Approval to purchase two 2009 Ford F-450s.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: $44,678.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve purchase from Vanderhyde Ford.
      E. Budgeted Vehicle Replacement – One Ford F-350 and Two Ford F-350
         4X4. PUBLIC WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Approval to purchase one 2009 Ford F-350 and two
Ford F-350 4X4.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: $56,119.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve purchase from Vanderhyde Ford.
      F. Request to Apply for a Grant for McGraft Park Building. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The State of Michigan has received funding to make
polling places accessible. It has been determined that the doors entering into
the polling place at McGraft Park are inaccessible. Staff is asking permission to
apply for a grant to have the doors replaced. It is unknown at this time if there
will be a match to the grant and how much it will be. The State will make that
determination after all requests have been received; the number of
applications they receive will make that determination.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Quotes have been obtained. The lowest quote is $22,884.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To authorize staff to submit the paperwork to apply
for the grant.
      H. Clearwell Valve Replacement. WATER FILTRATION
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To authorize staff to enter into contract with Franklin
Holwerda Company, the lowest responsible bidder, for the replacement of the
1937 clearwell effluent valves.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The cost proposal is a total of $47,900 including $3,000 for
dune grass remediation.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None, the project is adequately budgeted in the
capitol improvements project budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Mayor and City Commission
authorize staff to enter into contract with Franklin Holwerda Company for the
clearwell valve replacement at the Water Filtration Plant.
      J. Purchase of 519 Orchard and 525 Orchard.               COMMUNITY &
         NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the purchase of the property located at 519
Orchard, from Wes Ashton of 13 Greendale, Muskegon, MI, for $5,000 and for
the property located at 525 Orchard from James Singleton of 3925 E. Apple,
Muskegon, MI, for $10,000. Both properties are being purchased for their most
recently appraised price.
The acquisition of these two properties are the beginning of the CNS office
efforts to acquire property for its second phase of the Orchard Street
Redevelopment Project AKA Community Uprising II, which will consist of the
demolition of three to five houses on the 500 block of Orchard and the new
construction of two new homes. The new construction will be funded mainly by
Neighborhood Stabilization funds that the City will receive from the Michigan
State Housing Development Authority.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:    Funding for purchases and the demolitions will be
deducted from reprogrammed HOME funds. The construction of the new
homes will be allocated mainly from the City’s Neighborhood Stabilization
funding.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the request.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:              The information and project was reviewed
with the Citizen’s District Council.
      K. Sanitary Pump Station at Hartshorn Marina. PUBLIC WORKS/MARINA
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Approval to enter into a Grant Agreement with the
Michigan DNR to purchase a sanitary pump station. The sanitary pump station
will be located on public property adjacent to Hartshorn Marina. The unit will be
enclosed in an existing facility, and would service Hartshorn Marina Customers
and Muskegon Lake boaters for a fee.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None, Federal Clean Vessel Act funding was
secured through the grant process; a twenty-five percent match totaling
$1,482.25 will be allocated from monies saved within the approved 2009 Marina
budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval to enter into the Grant Agreement with
the DNR and to authorize staff to sign.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Carter to approve
the Consent Agenda as read with the exception of items G and I.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington,
           and Wierengo
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2009-27 ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA:
      G. Resolution Regarding Spending of Stimulus Funds. CITY MANAGER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To adopt a resolution to commit to purchasing goods
and services made in the United States when using Federal Stimulus Package
funds. This resolution is a modified version of one from the United Steelworks
Union.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the resolution.
Motion by Commissioner Wisneski, second by Commissioner Carter to adopt the
resolution to commit to purchasing goods and services made in the United
States when using Federal Stimulus Package funds.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo,
           and Wisneski
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      I. Maintenance Agreement/Rite-Way Plumbing and Heating.            PUBLIC
         SAFETY
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:        The Director of Public Safety requests that the
Commission consider the bid for a maintenance agreement with Rite-Way
Plumbing and Heating of Grand Rapids. This is a one-year bid to provide
quarterly maintenance for the heating and cooling system at Central Fire. Rite-
Way was the sub-contractor who installed this system.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of this request.
Motion by Commissioner Carter, second by Commissioner Spataro to approve
the maintenance agreement with Rite-Way Plumbing and Heating of Grand
Rapids.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes:     Gawron, Shepherd,      Spataro,   Warmington,   Wierengo,
           Wisneski, and Carter
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2009-28 UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
      A. Padlock Ordinance – 287 McLaughlin. CITY MANAGER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:        The owner of the property advised that he had
evicted the tenants who were the subject of the investigations at this property.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That we not move forward with the padlock process
for the property at 287 McLaughlin.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to not move
forward with the padlock process for the property at 287 McLaughlin.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter,
           and Gawron
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      B. Recommendation for Annual Renewal of Liquor Licenses – Cuti’s Sports
         Bar & Grill, Muskegon Recreational Club, and City Café. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To recommend approval of the renewal of the liquor
license for Cuti’s Sports Bar & Grill and the Muskegon Recreational Club. Ken
Grant, City Income Tax Director/Deputy Treasurer checked with the County
Treasurer and both establishments have agreements to pay their back taxes.
We also request approval of the license for City Café (Iordache Holdings, Inc.).
The Liquor Control Commission does have applications pending to transfer all
stock to PKT Twelve, Inc., and to drop Iordache Holdings, Inc.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the liquor license renewal for Cuti’s
Sports Bar & Grill, Muskegon Recreational Club, and City Café.
Voted on with Item C.
      C. Recommendation for Denial of Liquor License Renewal for H&J Dollar.
         CITY CLERK
H & J Dollar is now in compliance.
Motion by Vice Mayor Gawron, second by Commissioner Wierengo to approve
the liquor license renewal for Cuti’s Sports Bar & Grill, Muskegon Recreational
Club, City Café, and H & J Dollar.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron,
           and Shepherd
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2009-29 NEW BUSINESS:
      A. 2009-2010 CDBG/HOME Partnership Program Allocations. COMMUNITY
         & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: For the City Commission to make their final allocation
decision concerning the 2009-2010 Community Development Block
Grant/HOME Partnership Program allocations for this coming fiscal year.
The Commission has received the recommendations from the Citizen’s District
Council and the City administration. The Commission made their preliminary
recommendations during the March 10, 2009, City Commission meeting.
After receiving the Commissions final allocation decision, the Community and
Neighborhood Services office will amend the City’s 2009-2010 Action Plan, if
needed, and continue the comment period until April 15, 2009. At that time, the
Community and Neighborhood Services staff will request the United States
Department of Housing and Urban Development for the Release of Funds for the
2009-2010 fiscal year to begin June 1, 2009.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:         The decision will determine how the Community
Development Block Grant/HOME Partnership Program funding will be allocated
for the 2009-2010 fiscal year.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:        The Commission actions will establish the fiscal
year’s budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         The       Commission   previously   received   the
administration recommendations.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Commission also received the Citizen’s
District Council recommendations.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to approve
the previous recommendation to concur with Citizen’s District Council regarding
the Community Development Block Grant/HOME funds.
Motion amended by Commissioner Spataro, second amended by Vice Mayor
Gawron to add $1,000 to Red Cross Senior Transit Program from the $4,738
cushion.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd,
           and Spataro
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      B. Approval of Loan in the Amount of $30,000 to Great Lakes Die Cast.
         PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:        To approve the loan agreement and related
documents for a $30,000 loan to Great Lakes Die Cast.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the loan to Great Lakes Die Cast.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Revolving Loan Fund Advisory Committee
has recommended approval of the loan.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to approve
the loan in the amount of $30,000 to Great Lakes Die Cast.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, and
           Warmington
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      C. Request to Revoke the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Exemption
         Certificate at 585 W. Clay. PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Jack McPherson was issued an Obsolete Property
Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate (resolution number 2007-68(b), issued
August 14, 2007) for the property located at 585 W. Clay. The timeline to
complete the rehabilitation was one year, giving him until August 14, 2008, to do
so. To date, only $17,000 of the proposed $200,000 in renovations have been
made. Mr. McPherson does not currently have any plans to continue the
rehabilitation, but may decide to in the future, in which case he would be
eligible to reapply for another certificate.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To revoke the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation
Certificate.
Motion by Vice Mayor Gawron, second by Commissioner Shepherd to revoke
the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate at 585 W. Clay.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington,
           and Wierengo
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      D. Consideration   of   Bids   for   Merrill   Avenue,   Seventh   to   Sixth.
         ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To waive the irregularity in Hallack Contracting bid and
award them the Merrill Street project, H-1649 & W-715, since they were the
lowest bidder with a total bid price of $227,116.85. Hallack Contracting, who is
out of Hart, did not use the revised bid proposal sheet which contained one less
bid item.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The construction cost of $227,116.85 plus engineering cost
which is estimated at an additional 15%.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time, however, the first quarter
reforecast will include revised numbers from those that were originally budgeted
to account for the higher prices than originally expected.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: It is in the City’s best interest to waive the irregularity
(using the wrong form) and award the bid to Hallack.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to approve
the bid for Hallack for the work on Merrill Avenue and waive the irregularity.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo,
           and Wisneski
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      E. Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order to
         Demolish the Following: PUBLIC SAFETY
            1035 Pine St. (Area 11b)
            521 Leonard Ave. (Area 11) REMOVED PER REQUEST OF STAFF
            312 Cross Ave. – Garage (Area 11) REMOVED PER REQUESTOF STAFF
            724 E. Isabella Ave. (Area 11)
            642 McLaughlin Ave. – Home and Garage
            1505 Lakeshore Dr. – Garage
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission concur with
the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structures are unsafe,
substandard, a public nuisance and that they be demolished within 30 days. It
is further requested that administration be directed to obtain bids for the
demolition of the structures and that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized
and directed to execute a contract for demolition with the lowest responsible
bidder.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG Funds.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals
decision to demolish.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Wierengo to concur
with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to demolish 724 E. Isabella and 1505
Lakeshore Drive – garage only.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes:     Gawron, Shepherd,       Spataro,   Warmington,   Wierengo,
           Wisneski, and Carter
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to concur with
the Housing Board of Appeals notice and order to demolish 1035 Pine Street.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro, Warmington, Wisneski, Carter, and Gawron
            Nays: Shepherd and Wierengo
MOTION PASSES
Motion by Commissioner Carter, second by Commissioner Spataro to concur
with the Housing Board of Appeals notice and order to demolish 642 McLaughlin
Avenue – home and garage.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron,
           and Shepherd
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      F. Presentation by Kathy Evans – Proposed Shoreline Habitat Restoration
         and Public Access Improvements Projects. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:        Kathy Evans has requested to make a short
presentation regarding a proposed Shoreline Habitat Restoration and Public
Access Improvement Project – NOAA Great Lakes Habitat Restoration Grant
and US EPA Great Lakes Legacy Act.
Motion by Vice Mayor Gawron, second by Commissioner Wierengo that the City
send a letter of support for these projects from the MLWP to NOAA for the
proposal to be completed and sent to them by April 1st.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd,
           and Spataro
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2009-30 ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
Commissioner Spataro stated his concern reference Muskegon Public Schools
plans for Froebel School and Phillips School. He then introduced Judy Kell,
Compliance Review Supervisor, from Muskegon County who asked the
Commission for a letter of support.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Shepherd to
approve a letter of support for the grant application to facilitate the County’s
purchase of the waterfront property from the YMCA.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, and
           Warmington
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Comments were heard from the public.
ADJOURNMENT: The City Commission Meeting adjourned at 7:13 p.m.


                                           Respectfully submitted,




                                           Ann Marie Becker, MMC
                                           City Clerk
Date:         April 14, 2009
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Engineering
RE:           City – MDOT Agreement for the reconstruction of:

              Getty Street from Marquette Ave. to Access Highway




SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To approve the attached contract with MDOT for the resurfacing of Getty Street from
Marquette Avenue to Access Highway and to approve the attached resolution
authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the contract.



FINANCIAL IMPACT:
MDOT’s participation is limited to the federal funds of $209,500. The estimated total
construction cost is $227,800.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None at this time.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the attached contract and resolution and authorize the mayor & clerk to sign
both.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
                          RESOLUTION__________

RESOLUTION FOR APPROVAL OF A CONTRACT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY OF
MUSKEGON FOR THE RESURFACING OF GETTY STREET FROM
MARQUETTE AVENUE TO ACCESS HIGHWAY. TOGETHER WITH OTHER
NECESSARY RELATED WORK AND AUTHORIZATION FOR MAYOR STEPHEN
J. WARMINGTON AND CITY CLERK ANN BECKER TO EXECUTE SAID
CONTRACT

Moved by_____________________________________and supported by


Commissioner___________________________that the following Resolution be
adopted:

WHEREAS, entry by the City of Muskegon into Contract no. 09-5087 between the
Michigan Department of Transportation and the City of Muskegon for the
resurfacing of Getty Street from Marquette Avenue to Access Highway within
the City is in the best interests of the City of Muskegon.

RESOLVED, that entry by the City into Contract Agreement Number 09-5087 be and
the same is hereby authorized and approved and the Mayor and Clerk are
authorized to execute said contract for and on behalf of the City of Muskegon.



Adopted this____________day of____________, 2009.

                                       BY

                                        Stephen J. Warmington, Mayor

                                       ATTEST

                                            Ann Becker, City Clerk

                               CERTIFICATION

This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission, held on
____________, 2009. 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 Becker, City Clerk
Date:         April 14, 2009
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Engineering
RE:           City – MDOT Agreement for the reconstruction of:
              Harvey Street from Oak to Marquette


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To approve the attached contract with MDOT for the reconstruction of Harvey street
between Oak & Marquette and to approve the attached resolution authorizing the
Mayor and City Clerk to sign the contract.



FINANCIAL IMPACT:
MDOT’s participation is limited to the federal funds of $200,000. The estimated total
construction cost is $331,000.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None at this time.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the attached contract and resolution and authorize the mayor & clerk to sign
both.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
                          RESOLUTION__________

RESOLUTION FOR APPROVAL OF A CONTRACT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY OF
MUSKEGON FOR THE RECONSTRUCTION OF HARVEY STREET BETWEEN
OAK AVE. & MARQUETTE AVE. TOGETHER WITH OTHER NECESSARY
RELATED WORK AND AUTHORIZATION FOR MAYOR STEPHEN J.
WARMINGTON AND CITY CLERK ANN BECKER TO EXECUTE SAID
CONTRACT

Moved by_____________________________________and supported by


Commissioner___________________________that the following Resolution be
adopted:

WHEREAS, entry by the City of Muskegon into Contract no. 09-5066 between the
Michigan Department of Transportation and the City of Muskegon for the
reconstruction of Harvey St. between Oak Ave. & Marquette Ave. within the City
is in the best interests of the City of Muskegon.

RESOLVED, that entry by the City into Contract Agreement Number 09-5066 be and
the same is hereby authorized and approved and the Mayor and Clerk are
authorized to execute said contract for and on behalf of the City of Muskegon.



Adopted this____________day of____________, 2009.

                                       BY

                                        Stephen J. Warmington, Mayor

                                       ATTEST

                                            Ann Becker, City Clerk

                               CERTIFICATION

This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission, held on
____________, 2009. 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 Becker, City Clerk
Date:       April 14, 2009
To:         Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:       Water Filtration
RE:         Intake Crib Inspection



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To authorize staff to enter into contract with Solomon Diving,
Incorporated to perform the intake crib inspection project.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
The bid cost is $12,225.00 and is included in this year’s budget.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommends the Mayor and City Commission authorize staff to
enter into contract with Solomon Diving Incorporated, the lowest
responsible bidder, to perform the Intake Crib Inspection project at a
cost of $12,225.00.
                                 MEMORANDUM

                                       4/1/09

TO:            M. AL-SHATEL – DEPUTY DIRECTOR

FROM:          R. VENEKLASEN, WATER FILTRATION

RE:            INTAKE CRIB INSPECTION/CLEANING


Periodically we hire a diving firm to inspect the intake crib and chlorine
application line. Every third inspection includes a complete penetration of the
6000’ of 60” intake conduit. We have increased the interval between inspections
from annual to every two years.

This year we planned an inspection of the crib with removal of zebra mussel
growth and removal of any sand and silt that typically accumulates in the elbow
where the pipeline meets the intake funnel. Additionally, this year we will be
cleaning the chlorine application halo and replacing one of the support brackets.
I have included a copy of the bid specifications for your review.

We solicited bids from diving contractors with the following results:

FIRM                                             COST
Global Infrastructure                            $33,457.00
17951 Chappel Avenue
Lansing, IL 60438

Sea Brex Marine, Inc.                            $14,500.00
4610 Red Arrow Hwy.
Stevensville, MI 49127

Solomon Diving, Inc.                             $12,225.00
1571 Beechwood St.
Monroe, MI 48162-4101

Veolia Env. Services                             no bid
785 County CB, Suite 100
Neenah, WI 54956

We have had similar work performed by three of the firms providing bid pricing,
including the lowest bidder, Solomon Diving, Inc.

It is my recommendation that we enter into contract with Solomon Diving, Inc. for
the 2009 Intake Crib Inspection project at a cost of $12,225.00.
                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
                         WATER FILTRATION PLANT

                          INTAKE CRIB INSPECTION

The City of Muskegon Water Filtration Plant, located at 1900 Beach Street,
Muskegon, Michigan, is seeking written bids from qualified marine contractors to
perform an inspection of the intake crib and clean the orifices on the chemical
application halo. The inspection is to include video (color, DVD format) of the
intake crib and surrounding area, chemical application halo and its anchoring
system, and the intake conduit elbow inferior to the funnel for sand and silt
deposition following completion of all work. Additionally, the condition of the
wooden louvers is to be documented. A written report of the conditions observed
and any recommendations for additional repairs is to be included with the
videotape. The contractor is responsible for locating the intake crib. Assistance
may be requested from City staff but is dependent on staff schedules so must be
scheduled in advance.

The expansion band and chemical application line clamp located inferior to the
pipe elbow is to be replaced. The proposed design is to be submitted for
approval prior to manufacture. The mussel growth on the crib and timber louvers
is to be removed with the debris to be disposed of at least a yard from the rock
supporting the intake crib. Remove any sand, silt, and any other debris that has
accumulated in the intake conduit elbow and inward for one-hundred (100) feet
by vacuum or other means. The material is to be disposed of at least a yard from
the rock supporting the intake crib. The chemical application halo is to be
removed and the interior cleaned. The orifices are to be cleaned to insure no
obstruction and adequate flow verified. The chemical application halo is to be
reinstalled following cleaning with new bolts and hardware including gaskets in all
locations.
The purpose of the inspection is to determine the overall condition of the intake
crib, conduit funnel, and chemical application halo and perform preventative
maintenance to insure the system is in working order. The City is interested in
determining the amount of zebra mussel growth on the intake crib and insuring
the ability for chemical application to deter zebra mussel growth. The contractor
will be familiar with underwater construction and have a minimum of five (5)
years experience in said construction. The contractor shall be prepared to show
evidence of prior work performed and be able to make recommendations for any
remedial actions needed.

All work performed under the bid shall be started within 30 calendar days of the
City’s notice to proceed unless mutually agreed upon change in date but no later
than May 15, 2009. The contractor shall include in the proposal the expected
calendar dates for project start and completion and the expected number of
working days. The work is to be completed within a two-week period (weather
dependent).

The City of Muskegon will provide yacht berthing at the City’s Hartshorn Marina,
located on the south shore of Muskegon Lake, at no cost to the chosen
contractor while performing this work for the City. Any arrangements for yacht
berthing such as reservations and availability are the sole responsibility of the
chosen contractor. The contractor should contact Mr. Kevin Santos, Harbor
Master, at (231) 724-6785 to make arrangements.


A copy of the required insurance coverage is included.

Drawings and video of the intake crib are available for review at the Water
Filtration Plant by appointment by calling (231) 724-4106.

Bids must be received on, or before, 4:00 PM, EST on Tuesday, March 31, 2009
at the Water Filtration Plant, 1900 Beach Street, Muskegon, MI 49441.

Sincerely,



Robert Veneklasen, Supv.
City of Muskegon
Water Filtration Plant
1900 Beach Street
Muskegon, MI 49441
(231) 724-4106 voice
(231) 755-5290 facsimile
Date:       April 14, 2009
To:         Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:       Water Filtration
RE:         Annual Sodium Hypochlorite Purchase



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
Authorize staff to endorse the lowest responsible bidder and enter into
the necessary agreement for Rowell Chemical to supply the needed
sodium hypochlorite to the Water Filtration Plant.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
The cost of the sodium hypochlorite is $140.40 per ton.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None. This item is a planned budget purchase.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Authorize staff to endorse the bid of $140.40 per ton from Rowell
Chemical to supply sodium hypochlorite for the Water Filtration Plant.
                                     MEMORANDUM

                                          4/3/09

TO:            M. AL-SHATEL, DEPUTY DIRECTOR

FROM:          R. VENEKLASEN, WATER FILTRATION

RE:            SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE ANNUAL BID RESULTS


Sodium Hypochlorite, often referred to as bleach, is used as the disinfectant for the
water treated at the Water Filtration Plant. This is a much safer form of chlorine than
liquid/gaseous chlorine as it’s concentration is typically 15 to 17% strength. Although it
is referred to as bleach, the concentration is three to four times the strength of
household bleach.

We bid sodium hypochlorite annually with an option to extend the current pricing
following verification of fair market value. The bidding process is performed by the City
of Holland Board of Public Works on behalf of the West Michigan Cooperative
Purchasing Group. This group consists of water and wastewater plants located in the
following cities in West Michigan; City of Holland, City of Wyoming, City of Muskegon
Heights, and the City of Muskegon. Historically this group is able to garner more
favorable pricing by representing a larger product need, or greater purchasing power.

Included are the bid results as received at the City of Holland. The bids received are
very favorable as the cost per ton has fallen by 60% from last year. The lowest
responsible bidder is Rowell Chemical, our current supplier. Rowell has been the
successful low bidder for a number of years and has performed well in that capacity.

It is my recommendation that we endorse Rowell Chemical to supply sodium
hypochlorite to the Water Filtration Plant for the coming year at a cost of 140.40 per ton.
Date:      April 14, 2009
To:        Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:      Ann Marie Becker, City Clerk
RE:        Fireworks Display Permit for Muskegon Country
           Club




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Melrose Pyrotechnics, Inc. is requesting
approval of a fireworks display permit for July 4, 2009, at the Muskegon
Country Club, 2801 Lakeshore Drive. Fire Marshall Metcalf will inspect
the fireworks on the day of the event. The insurance coverage has been
approved.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval contingent on inspection of the
fireworks.
Date:        April 14, 2009
To:          Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:        Leisure Services
RE:          Multiple Special Events with Alcohol
__________________________________________________________________

SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the attached request for organizations who
are requesting a temporary liquor license or an extension of their liquor license.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: None


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval


COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Leisure Services Board has approved the
requests.
          Multiple Special Events with Alcohol
(Events that need to go to Commission for final approval)
                      April 14, 2009

Independent Order of Vikings National Convention (June 11-13th)
Submitted by: Dianell Majors, Independent Order of Vikings
Event location: Independent Order of Vikings, 931 E. Wedgewood
Annual event, Leisure Services Board approved on February 16th
First licenses issued to the following:
June 12th- Party in the Park (Muskegon Rotary)
June 13th- SKEE Town Live! (Spread the Music Foundation)

97th Anniversary Gala, Muskegon Museum of Art (June 13th)
Submitted by: Judith Hayner, Muskegon Museum of Art
Event location: 296 W. Webster Ave.
Annual event, LSB will review at their April 20th meeting
First license to Skee Town Live (Spread the Music Foundation)

Taste of Muskegon (June 20th & 21st)
Submitted by: Dan Rinsema-Sybenga, Muskegon Main St.
Event location: Western between Third & 5th St.
Annual event, Leisure Services Board approved on March 16th
First license issued to the following:
June 20-21st-Racquets Downtown Grill

Muskegon RockStock (June 20th)
Submitted by: Brandon Baskin, B. Baskin Enterprises, LLC
Event location: Hackley Park
Annual event, Leisure Services Board approved on March 16th
First license issued to the following:
June 20th-21st -Taste of Muskegon (Muskegon Main Street)

C.I.O. Hall Bike Time (July 17-19th)
Submitted by: Jeffrey Hepler, Port City C.I.O. Building Assoc.
Event location: C.I.O. Hall, 490 W. Western Ave.
Annual event, Leisure Services Board approved on March 20th
Commission approval needed for more than one license on this weekend
(July 16, 17, 18, and 19th)

Mike’s Bike Time (July 17th-July 19th) (multiple)
Submitted by: Bill Ingalls, Mike’s Inn
Event location: Parking lot side of building
Annual event, Leisure Services Board approved on February 16th
Tipsy Toad Bike Time (July 17-19th) (multiple)
Submitted by: Ed Pizunski, Tipsy Toad Tavern
Event location: Alley between 605 & 609 W. Western
Annual event, Leisure Services Board approved on March 20th




The MAC Bike Time (July 17-19)
Submitted by: Andrew Buck, Muskegon Athletic Club, LLC
Partnering Non-Profit: Muskegon Main St.
Event location: 2nd St., between Western & Clay Ave.
First time event, Leisure Services board approved on March 20th
Commission approval needed for more than one license on this weekend
(July 16, 17, 18, and 19th)

Chaps N Thongs (Hospice Fundraiser) (July 17th & 18th)
Submitted by: Tammy Slater, Pop-A-Top Tavern
Event location: Pop-A-Top, 2185 Henry St.
Annual event, Leisure Services Board approved on Feb. 16th
Commission approval needed for more than one license on this weekend
July 16, 17, 18, and 19th- Muskegon Bike Time


NEED COMMISSION APPROVAL FOR OVERNIGHT
PARKING/CAMPING AT PERE MARQUETTE PARK

CRAM Muskegon Regatta
Submitted by: Andy Kursch, Commodore of Catamaran Racing Assoc.
Event location: Pere Marquette Park
Annual event, Leisure Services approved on Feb. 16th
Commission approval needed for overnight camping
August 1 and 2nd for overnight camping
Date: April 14, 2009
To: Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From: Finance Director
RE: Transmittal of 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City's 2008 Comprehensive Annual Financial
Report (CAFR) has been distributed to City Commissioners and made available for
public review. At this time, the CAFR is being formally transmitted to the Commission
in accordance with state law. The 2008 CAFR also includes the “single-audit” of
federal grant programs.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: The CAFR report summarizes the City's financial activities
for 2008 and includes the independent auditor's unqualified opinion on the City's
financial statements.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Acceptance of the 2008 CAFR.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: There is no committee recommendation
at this time. The City’s independent auditor (Brickley DeLong) will give a
presentation on the 2008 audit at Monday’s Committee of the Whole meeting.




9/18/97                                                                             1
Date: April 14, 2009

To: Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From: Finance Director

RE: First Quarter 2009 Budget Reforecast
___________________________________________________________________________

SUMMARY OF REQUEST:                At this time staff is transmitting the First Quarter 2009
Budget Reforecast which outlines proposed changes to the original budget that have come
about as result of changes in economic conditions, policy priorities, labor contracts or other
factors.

Since the budget was adopted in September 2008, dramatic changes in the
economic/financial outlook for the City have taken place (and continue to take place). This
budget reforecast reflects a drop in projected 2009 revenues, offset by the recommended
transfer of $500,000 from the city’s budget stabilization fund. In addition, a number of
program cuts (as outlined in the city manager’s previous memo) are incorporated in the
reforecast.

Given economic conditions and trends, it is likely further budget adjustments will be needed
as the year progresses. Among other things, we are awaiting word on the status of revenue
sharing in the state budget process currently underway.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: Major financial impacts of the budget reforecast are:
   •   Income tax revenues estimated to $300,000 less than projected; $600,000 less than
       2008 collections
   •   $500,000 transfer from BSF recommended; leaves BSF balance at $1.5 million
   •   $615,737 in program cuts and other general fund expenditure reductions

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: Self-explanatory.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:                       The City Commission should review the Reforecast
to ensure it reflects their policy initiatives. At the next City Commission meeting, staff will
request formal approval of the Reforecast and related budget amendments.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:                     The First Quarter Budget Reforecast will be
reviewed in detail at Monday’s work session meeting.
                     CITY OF MUSKEGON
                       GENERAL FUND

                    HISTORICAL SUMMARY


                      Revenues &        Expenditures &    Fund Balance
  Year                Transfers In       Transfers Out     at Year-End
  1999     $          21,451,681 $         22,011,881 $     1,498,875
  2000                23,685,516           22,232,657       2,951,734
  2001                23,446,611           23,235,978       3,162,367
  2002                23,617,163           23,971,534       2,807,996
  2003                23,328,756           23,705,334       2,431,418
  2004                23,401,793           23,388,019       2,445,192
  2005                23,732,641           23,658,227       2,519,606
  2006                24,669,210           24,498,776       2,690,040
  2007                25,031,403           24,800,810       2,920,633
  2008                25,563,632           26,100,539       2,383,726

                  Fiscal 2009 Budget Summary

FUND BALANCE AT START OF YEAR                                            $   2,383,726

MEANS OF FINANCING:
          Taxes                                            15,225,259        60.1%
          Licenses and Permits                              1,025,000        4.0%
          Federal Grants                                       41,602        0.2%
          State Grants                                         28,000        0.1%
          State Shared Revenue                              4,450,000        17.6%
          Other Charges                                     2,540,917        10.0%
          Interest & Rentals                                  464,800        1.8%
          Fines and Fees                                      537,000        2.1%
          Other Revenue                                       426,619        1.7%
          Other Financing Sources                             610,000        2.4%
                                                           25,349,197        100.0%




ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS:
          Customer Value Added Activities                  18,777,616         74.2%
          Business Value Added Activities                   4,581,273         18.1%
          Fixed Budget Items                                1,931,391         7.6%
                                                           25,290,280        100.0%

ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE AT END OF YEAR                                    $   2,442,643

     OPERATING DEFICIT (USE OF FUND BALANCE)                             $      58,917

     TARGET FUND BALANCE (10% PRIOR YEAR EXPENDITURES)                   $   2,610,054

     ESTIMATED EXCESS (SHORTFALL) vs. TARGET                             $    (167,411)
City of Muskegon
Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - General Fund


                                                                                     Original Budget        Actual Through       Revised Estimate   Change From 2009
                                           Actual 2007          Actual 2008          Estimate 2009           March 2009               2009              Original
Available Fund Balance - BOY           $        2,690,039   $        2,920,633   $          3,274,347   $         2,383,726      $      2,383,726   $       (890,621)

Taxes
City income tax                        $        7,618,461   $        7,694,780   $          7,400,000   $         1,751,389      $      7,100,000   $       (300,000)
Property taxes - general                        5,686,706            5,935,022              6,017,515                     -             6,017,515                  -
Property taxes - sanitation                     1,658,845            1,731,623              1,769,857                     -             1,769,857                  -
Industrial facilities taxes                       364,628              276,203                242,887                     -               242,887                  -
Payments in lieu of taxes                          91,392               91,225                 90,000                     -                90,000                  -
Delinquent chargeback collected                         -                    6                  5,000                     -                 5,000                  -
                                       $       15,420,032   $       15,728,859   $         15,525,259   $         1,751,389      $     15,225,259   $       (300,000)

Licenses and permits
Business licenses                      $           32,025   $           32,314   $             33,000   $             1,500      $         33,000   $              -
Liquor licenses                                    37,000               38,957                 37,000                18,720                37,000                  -
Cable TV franchise fees                           296,701              304,812                300,000                     -               300,000                  -
Rental
R t l property registration
              t     i t ti                            695               61,600
                                                                        61 600                100,000
                                                                                              100 000                19,065
                                                                                                                     19 065               100,000
                                                                                                                                          100 000                  -
Property Maintenance Inspection Fees               81,640                    -                      -                     -                     -                  -
Burial permits                                    117,703               86,515                120,000                24,165               110,000            (10,000)
Building permits                                  348,349              353,042                250,000                54,706               250,000                  -
Electrical permits                                106,607               98,914                 95,000                21,426                95,000                  -
Plumbing permits                                   34,540               41,711                 40,000                 8,242                40,000                  -
Mechanical permits                                 56,016               68,002                 52,500                 8,459                52,500                  -
Franchise fees                                        500                    -                      -                     -                     -                  -
Cat licenses                                        3,740                3,315                  2,500                 2,175                 2,500                  -
Vacant building                                         -                    -                      -                 5,150                 5,000              5,000
Police gun registration                                 2                    5                      -                     -                     -                  -
                                       $        1,115,518   $        1,089,187   $          1,030,000   $           163,608      $      1,025,000   $         (5,000)

Federal grants
Federal operational grant              $           84,162   $           40,622   $             16,602   $                    -   $         41,602   $         25,000 Add: Byrne LE Grant Funds
                                       $           84,162   $           40,622   $             16,602   $                    -   $         41,602   $         25,000

State grants
Act 302 police training grant          $           18,373   $           17,702   $             18,000   $                    -   $         18,000   $              -
State operational grant                                 -               10,000                 10,000                        -             10,000                  -
                                       $           18,373   $           27,702   $             28,000   $                    -   $         28,000   $              -

State shared revenue
State sales tax                        $        4,475,462   $        4,487,698   $          4,552,462   $                    -   $      4,450,000   $       (102,462)
                                       $        4,475,462   $        4,487,698   $          4,552,462   $                    -   $      4,450,000   $       (102,462)
City of Muskegon
Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - General Fund


                                                                                          Original Budget        Actual Through    Revised Estimate   Change From 2009
                                                Actual 2007          Actual 2008          Estimate 2009           March 2009            2009              Original

Other charges for sales and services
Tax administration fees                     $          212,530   $          315,261   $            276,215   $                 -   $        310,000   $         33,785
Utility administration fees                            180,000              180,000                200,000                45,000            200,000                  -
Reimbursement for elections                             22,042               12,006                      -                     -             14,000             14,000
Reimbursement for school police officer                      -               16,012                 19,000                 7,028             19,000                  -
Indirect cost reimbursement                          1,024,932            1,021,500              1,140,717               285,180          1,140,717                  -
Site-plan review fee                                     5,870                4,245                  4,000                   700              4,000                  -
Sale of cemetery lots                                   34,982               20,307                 25,000                 5,702             25,000                  -
Sale of columbarium niches                               3,200                  927                  2,400                     -              2,400                  -
Police miscellaneous                                   120,470               81,243                100,000                 6,662            100,000                  -
Police impound fees                                     43,234               39,375                 45,000                10,654             45,000                  -
Landlord's alert fee                                       220                  290                    300                    80                300                  -
Fire protection-state property                          87,601              127,590                 80,000                     -             80,000                  -
Zoning fees                                             10,362                8,360                  8,000                 1,170              8,000                  -
Clerk fees                                               3,115                5,550                  3,500                   146              3,500                  -
Clerk - passport fees                                    8,240                7,830                  8,000                 1,575              8,000                  -
Tax abatement application fees                          16,411               11,711                 10,000                    25             10,000                  -
Treasurer fees                                          61,277               43,279                 90,000                 6,631             60,000            (30,000)
False alarm fees                                        12,525               10,415                 12,000                   675             12,000                  -
Miscellaneous cemetery income                           20,536               19,282                 22,000                 1,671             22,000                  -
Senior transit program fees                              9,254               10,149                  9,000                 2,621              9,000                  -
Fire miscellaneous                                       3,494               14,700                  3,000                   803              3,000                  -
Sanitation stickers                                     84,735               81,702                 75,000                15,942             80,000              5,000
Lot cleanup fees (trash)                                70,987               63,733                 70,000                14,164             70,000                  -
Reimbursements for mowing and demolitions               55,484               85,905                 70,000                12,578             70,000                  -
Special events reimbursements                           92,041               15,278                100,000                     -            200,000            100,000 Includes Past Due 2008 Amount
Recreation program fees                                 41,457               42,959                 45,000                 6,422             45,000                  -
                                            $        2,224,999   $        2,239,609   $          2,418,132   $           425,429   $      2,540,917   $        122,785

Interest and rental income
Interest                                    $          456,224   $          374,525   $            250,000   $                 -   $        250,000   $              -
Procurement Card Rebate                                      -               35,043                 32,000                     -             32,000                  -
Fire Station Lease - Central Dispatch                    6,180               45,450                 42,000                 7,965             42,000                  -
Flea market                                             22,064               27,880                 29,000                     -             29,000                  -
Farmers market                                          40,325               39,519                 32,000                   849             32,000                  -
City right of way rental                                 4,400                6,800                  6,800                 4,800              6,800                  -
Arena revenue                                                -                    -                      -                     -                  -                  -
Advertising revenue                                          -                  123                    500                     -                500                  -
Parking rentals                                          2,800                2,800                  2,500                   700              2,500                  -
McGraft park rentals                                    42,114               39,043                 45,000                 2,734             40,000             (5,000)
Other park rentals                                      30,920               33,795                 30,000                 6,496             30,000                  -
                                            $          605,027   $          604,978   $            469,800   $            23,544   $        464,800   $         (5,000)
City of Muskegon
Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - General Fund


                                                                                           Original Budget        Actual Through     Revised Estimate   Change From 2009
                                                 Actual 2007          Actual 2008          Estimate 2009           March 2009             2009              Original

Fines and fees
Income tax - penalty and interest            $          240,315   $          284,629   $            225,000   $            69,932    $        225,000   $              -
Late fees on current taxes                               38,931               28,158                 40,000                     -              40,000                  -
Interest on late invoices                                 2,151                1,774                  2,000                   297               2,000                  -
Parking fines                                           113,354               90,360                125,000                30,140             100,000            (25,000)
Court fines                                             190,651              154,765                185,000                27,230             170,000            (15,000)
                                             $          585,402   $          559,686   $            577,000   $           127,599    $        537,000   $        (40,000)

Other revenue
Sale of land and assets                      $                -   $           14,488   $              1,000   $                  -   $          1,000   $              -
Police sale and auction proceeds                              -                  277                      -                      -                  -                  -
CDBG program reimbursements                             225,149              329,756                354,119                     40            354,119                  -
Contributions                                            50,499               50,224                 11,000                  5,286             11,000                  -
Contributions - Veteran's Park Maintenance               18,328               15,399                 18,500                      -             18,500                  -
Fisherman s
Fisherman's Landing Repayment                                 -               15,066
                                                                              15 066                 14,500
                                                                                                     14 500                      -             14,500
                                                                                                                                               14 500                  -
Muskegon County Community Foundation                      3,000               37,543                  1,500                      -              1,500                  -
Miscellaneous reimbursements                                  -                    -                  1,000                      -              1,000                  -
Miscellaneous and sundry                                 53,794               28,635                 15,000                  1,093             25,000             10,000
                                             $          350,770   $          491,388   $            416,619   $              6,419   $        426,619   $         10,000

Other financing sources
Operating transfers in
 Cemetery Perpetual Care                     $           80,185   $           57,631   $             45,000   $            14,381    $         50,000   $          5,000
 DDA for Administration                                       -                    -                      -                     -                   -                  -
 PIF (PY Fisherman's Landing Payments)                        -               50,000                      -                                         -                  -
 General Insurance Fund                                       -              136,272                      -                     -                   -                  -
 Budget Stabilization Fund                                    -                    -                      -                     -             500,000            500,000
 State Grants Fund                                       11,473                    -                      -                     -                   -                  -
 TIFA Fund (Arena Operations)                            60,000               50,000                 50,000                12,500              60,000             10,000
                                             $          151,658   $          293,903   $             95,000   $            26,881    $        610,000   $        515,000

Total general fund revenues and
other sources                                $       25,031,403   $       25,563,632   $         25,128,874   $         2,524,869    $     25,349,197   $        220,323
       Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - General Fund
       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                       Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                    Actual 2007         Actual 2008    Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original
       I. Customer Value Added Activities

40301 Police Department
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $      7,141,759 $         7,633,448 $      7,637,452 $   1,782,656 $     7,493,452 $      (144,000) Freeze 3 Vacancies; Eliminate NRT
5200     Operating Supplies                              108,679              95,149          115,024        11,112         115,024               -
5300     Contractual Services                            942,510           1,025,211          996,000       266,123         996,000               -
5400     Other Expenses                                   24,877              25,580           20,000         1,505          20,000               -
5700     Capital Outlays                                  17,947              26,233           35,000           892          15,000         (20,000) Defer Segway Purchase
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                   -                -             -               -               -
                                                $      8,235,772 $         8,805,621 $      8,803,476 $   2,062,288 $     8,639,476 $      (164,000)
                                                $      8,235,772 $         8,805,621 $      8,803,476 $   2,062,288 $     8,639,476 $      (164,000)

50336 Fire Department
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $      3,285,855 $         3,406,826 $      3,298,007 $     866,677 $     3,259,007 $       (39,000) Reclass Fire Inspector & 3 Lt. Positions
5200     Operating Supplies                               90,479             139,937           96,500        15,877          96,500               -
5300     Contractual Services                            216,418             225,014          200,000        26,853         185,000         (15,000)
5400     Other Expenses                                    4,757               7,622           12,500         3,304           8,500          (4,000) Reduce Training
5700     Capital Outlays                                  55,014              57,206           40,361        13,840          40,361               -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                   -                -             -               -               -
                                                $      3,652,523 $         3,836,605 $      3,647,368 $     926,551 $     3,589,368 $       (58,000)

50387 Fire Safety Inspections
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $        830,275 $           890,135 $        913,058 $     219,632 $       913,058 $             -
5200     Operating Supplies                               12,157              15,448           15,000         2,148          13,000          (2,000)
5300     Contractual Services                            107,713             107,928          141,949         9,499         129,949         (12,000)
5400     Other Expenses                                   11,328              24,243           10,000         1,334          10,000               -
5700     Capital Outlays                                   4,663               3,753            3,000             -           2,000          (1,000)
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                   -                -             -               -               -
                                                $        966,136 $         1,041,507 $      1,083,007 $     232,613 $     1,068,007 $       (15,000)
                                                $      4,618,659 $         4,878,112 $      4,730,375 $   1,159,164 $     4,657,375 $       (73,000)



60523 General Sanitation
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         70,782 $            74,638 $         74,553 $      19,005 $        74,553 $                 -
5200     Operating Supplies                                1,425                  74                -             -               -                   -
5300     Contractual Services                          1,551,132           1,554,230        1,628,347        11,513       1,628,347                   -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                  10                -            60               -                   -
5700     Capital Outlays                                  26,149                   -                -             -               -                   -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                   -                -             -               -                   -
                                                $      1,649,488 $         1,628,952 $      1,702,900 $      30,578 $     1,702,900 $                 -
60528 Recycling
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $                 - $                 - $          - $             - $           - $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                                                    3,000                         3,000                    -
5300     Contractual Services                           163,699             164,568          163,368               -       163,368                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                       -                   -                -               -             -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                      -                   -                -               -             -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                   -                -               -             -                    -
                                                $       163,699 $           164,568 $        166,368 $             - $     166,368 $                  -
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       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                   Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                    Actual 2007      Actual 2008   Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original
60550 Stormwater Management
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $              - $              - $            - $            - $            - $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                    -              327              -              -              -                    -
5300     Contractual Services                             16,991           17,427         17,786          4,000         17,786                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                -              -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $         16,991 $         17,754 $       17,786 $        4,000 $       17,786 $                  -
60448 Streetlighting
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $             - $              - $             - $            - $            - $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                   -                -               -              -              -                    -
5300     Contractual Services                           593,486          643,477         625,000          5,526        625,000                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                       -                -               -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                      -                -          10,000              -         10,000                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                    -
                                                $       593,486 $        643,477 $       635,000 $        5,526 $      635,000 $                  -
60707 Senior Citizen Transit
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         50,164 $         50,001 $       55,104 $       12,418 $       55,104 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                    -                -              -              -              -                    -
5300     Contractual Services                              9,660            9,620         11,287          2,280         11,287                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                -              -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $         59,824 $         59,621 $       66,391 $       14,698 $       66,391 $                  -
60446 Community Event Support
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         13,848 $         19,636 $       17,500 $        3,805 $       17,500 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                1,069            1,130          1,100              -          1,100                    -
5300     Contractual Services                             13,920           11,579         12,500          2,208         12,500                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                -              -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $         28,837 $         32,345 $       31,100 $        6,013 $       31,100 $                  -
70751 Parks Maintenance
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $        389,710 $        423,774 $      478,589 $       89,882 $       478,589 $             -
5200     Operating Supplies                              117,237          146,487        184,900          6,866         184,900               -
5300     Contractual Services                            822,713          871,920        707,062         61,620         677,062         (30,000) Defer Irrigation Improvements - Reese Park
5400     Other Expenses                                      138              283          2,000              -           2,000               -
5700     Capital Outlays                                  11,027           12,575         25,168          7,990          25,168               -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -               -               -
                                                $      1,340,825 $      1,455,039 $    1,397,719 $      166,358 $     1,367,719 $       (30,000)
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       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                   Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                    Actual 2007      Actual 2008   Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original
70757 Mc Graft Park Maintenance
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $          4,928 $          5,770 $        6,438 $          919 $        6,438 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                1,760            2,407          1,600              7          1,600                    -
5300     Contractual Services                             39,688           49,956         45,905          1,060         45,905                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                -              -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $         46,376 $         58,133 $       53,943 $        1,986 $       53,943 $                  -
70276 Cemeteries Maintenance
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       187,185 $        204,063 $       222,379 $       53,448 $      222,379 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                               6,839            5,126           6,750             72          6,750                    -
5300     Contractual Services                           340,379          279,623         292,812         17,625        292,812                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                      50               23               -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                 11,522            9,515          10,500              -         10,500                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                    -
                                                $       545,975 $        498,350 $       532,441 $       71,145 $      532,441 $                  -
70585 Parking Operations
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $          2,637 $          1,564 $        1,979 $          419 $        1,979 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                    -              109              -              -              -                    -
5300     Contractual Services                              3,968            3,758          3,000            116          3,000                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                -              -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $          6,605 $          5,431 $        4,979 $          535 $        4,979 $                  -
70357 Graffiti Removal
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $              - $              - $            - $             - $           - $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                  823            2,143          1,000               -         1,000                    -
5300     Contractual Services                              2,390            1,797          3,861               -         3,861                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                -              -               -             -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -               -             -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -               -             -                    -
                                                $          3,213 $          3,940 $        4,861 $             - $       4,861 $                  -
70863 Farmers' Market & Flea Market
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         17,993 $         17,337 $       18,500 $           59 $        18,500 $             -
5200     Operating Supplies                                  970            2,904          1,250              -           1,250               -
5300     Contractual Services                             24,615           23,569         23,550            537          23,550               -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -               75            150             35             150               -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -          6,000              -           6,000               -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -               -               -
                                                $         43,578 $         43,885 $       49,450 $          631 $        49,450 $             -
                                                $      4,498,897 $      4,611,495 $    4,662,938 $      301,470 $     4,632,938 $       (30,000)
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       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                              Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                              Actual 2007      Actual 2008    Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original

70775 General Recreation
5100     Salaries & Benefits                              $        88,539 $        126,835 $        131,331 $       31,644 $      131,331 $              -
5200     Operating Supplies                                        24,170           29,715           29,000          3,357         29,000                -
5300     Contractual Services                                     150,924          153,665          143,027         12,827        108,027          (35,000) Reduce Summer Playground Programs 11 to 9
5400     Other Expenses                                               889            1,479            5,000            374          5,000                -
5700     Capital Outlays                                                -            2,348            7,000              -          7,000                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                           -                -                -              -              -                -
                                                          $       264,522 $        314,042 $        315,358 $       48,202 $      280,358 $        (35,000)
80387 Environmental Services
5100     Salaries & Benefits                              $       123,848 $        132,228 $        146,784 $       32,515 $      146,784 $              -
5200     Operating Supplies                                         7,047            9,998            7,200          1,671          7,200                -
5300     Contractual Services                                     199,019          260,853          251,110          3,547        205,110          (46,000) Reduce Mowings (8 to 6) Public Property; Increase Com
5400     Other Expenses                                                 -               40              500              -            500                -
5700     Capital Outlays                                            2,852              267            4,500          1,740          4,500                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                           -                -                -              -              -                -
                                                          $       332,766 $        403,386 $        410,094 $       39,473 $      364,094 $        (46,000)
                                                          $       597,288 $        717,428 $        725,452 $       87,675 $      644,452 $        (81,000)

10875 Other - Contributions to Outside Agencies
        Muskegon Area Transit (MATS)                      $        80,163 $         80,164 $         80,164 $       20,041 $       80,164                -
        Neighborhood Association Grants                            22,000           19,252           19,500         20,966         21,000            1,500
        Muskegon Area First                                        45,566           45,660           45,660         22,784         45,660                -
        Veterans Memorial Day Costs                                      -           6,827            7,000               -         7,000                -
        Great Lakes Water                                                -                -           3,000               -         3,000                -
        Mainstreet                                                       -                -          10,000         10,000         10,000                -
        Lakeside Business District                                  2,500            2,500            2,500          2,500          2,500                -
        211 Service                                                 2,500            2,500            2,500          2,500          2,500                -
        Institute for Healing Racism                                     -                -                -              -              -               -
        MLK Diversity Program                                            -           1,000            1,000               -         1,000                -
        Muskegon Area Labor Management (MALMC)                      1,000            1,000            1,000          1,000          1,000                -
        Muskegon County and Humane Society - Feral Cats            27,151           27,250           29,551          6,840         29,551                -
        Other                                                            -                -                -              -              -               -
       Contributions To Outside Agencies                  $       180,880 $        186,153 $        201,875 $       86,631 $      203,375 $          1,500
                                                          $       180,880 $        186,153 $        201,875 $       86,631 $      203,375 $          1,500



       Total Customer Value Added Activities              $     18,131,496 $     19,198,809 $ 19,124,116 $       3,697,228 $ 18,777,616 $         (346,500)
       As a Percent of Total General Fund
       Expenditures                                                  73.1%            73.6%           73.8%          72.9%          74.2%
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       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                   Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                    Actual 2007      Actual 2008   Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original

       II. Business Value Added Activities

10101 City Commission
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         62,251 $         66,313 $       67,258 $       14,889 $       67,258 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                               11,824           15,037         12,000            116         12,000                    -
5300     Contractual Services                              2,335            1,741          2,023            135          2,023                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                    3,064            2,604          4,000            605          4,000                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                     988            1,082          1,000            300          1,000                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $         80,462 $         86,777 $       86,281 $       16,045 $       86,281 $                  -
10102 City Promotions & Public Relations
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $              - $              - $            - $            - $            - $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                  985              455            200             92            200                    -
5300     Contractual Services                             10,708            7,727         11,150          3,023         11,150                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        2                -              -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $         11,695 $          8,182 $       11,350 $        3,115 $       11,350 $                  -
10172 City Manager
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       208,363 $        221,512 $       325,462 $       63,259 $      255,462 $        (70,000)
5200     Operating Supplies                               1,613            1,478           3,000            122          3,000                -
5300     Contractual Services                             2,446            1,463           7,600            176          7,600                -
5400     Other Expenses                                   1,153              638           1,850             80          1,850                -
5700     Capital Outlays                                    272              473           1,000              -          1,000                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                -
                                                $       213,847 $        225,564 $       338,912 $       63,637 $      268,912 $        (70,000)
10145 City Attorney
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $             - $              - $             - $            - $            - $              -
5200     Operating Supplies                                 790              808           2,000              -          2,000                -
5300     Contractual Services                           439,644          479,745         440,508        116,241        440,508                -
5400     Other Expenses                                       -                -               -              -              -                -
5700     Capital Outlays                                      -                -               -              -              -                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                -
                                                $       440,434 $        480,553 $       442,508 $      116,241 $      442,508 $              -
                                                $       746,438 $        801,076 $       879,051 $      199,038 $      809,051 $        (70,000)

20173 Administration
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       117,263 $          31,721 $            - $        6,123 $             - $                 -
5200     Operating Supplies                               1,083                36              -              8               -                   -
5300     Contractual Services                             7,782             6,329              -            385               -                   -
5400     Other Expenses                                     109                70              -              -               -                   -
5700     Capital Outlays                                    206               516              -              -               -                   -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                 -              -              -               -                   -
                                                $       126,443 $          38,672 $            - $        6,516 $             - $                 -
       Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - General Fund
       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                   Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                    Actual 2007      Actual 2008   Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original
20228 Affirmative Action
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         68,661 $         75,308 $       79,913 $       18,063 $       79,913 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                  512              588            750             41            750                    -
5300     Contractual Services                              1,533            1,705          3,027             33          3,027                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                      856              707          1,500            166          1,500                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                     163            1,625            500              -            500                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -              -                    -
                                                $         71,725 $         79,933 $       85,690 $       18,303 $       85,690 $                  -
20744 Julia Hackley Internships
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $          5,374 $          7,988 $        1,948 $             - $       1,948 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                    -                -              -               -             -                    -
5300     Contractual Services                                  -                -              -               -             -                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                        -                -              -               -             -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                       -                -              -               -             -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -               -             -                    -
                                                $          5,374 $          7,988 $        1,948 $             - $       1,948 $                  -
20215 City Clerk & Elections
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       241,725 $        272,252 $       265,002 $       57,115 $      275,002 $         10,000 Addtional School Election; Revenue Offset
5200     Operating Supplies                              21,443           22,953          30,622          1,664         30,622                -
5300     Contractual Services                            11,670           19,741          15,750          1,304         15,750                -
5400     Other Expenses                                   1,383            3,580           3,000            106          1,500           (1,500) Reduce Travel
5700     Capital Outlays                                  1,388            1,022           1,200            139          1,200                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                -
                                                $       277,609 $        319,548 $       315,574 $       60,328 $      324,074 $          8,500
20220 Civil Service
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       131,159 $        153,656 $       163,488 $       37,825 $      163,488 $              -
5200     Operating Supplies                               5,621            5,554           7,000          2,607          7,000                -
5300     Contractual Services                            22,713           22,246          19,223          2,393         19,223                -
5400     Other Expenses                                   3,651            4,029           3,000             72          3,000                -
5700     Capital Outlays                                    617              888           1,000              -          1,000                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                -
                                                $       163,761 $        186,373 $       193,711 $       42,897 $      193,711 $              -
                                                $       644,912 $        632,514 $       596,923 $      128,044 $      605,423 $          8,500

30202 Finance Administration
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       331,273 $        352,627 $       367,740 $       93,914 $      367,740 $               -
5200     Operating Supplies                               5,488            5,009           6,195            658          6,195                 -
5300     Contractual Services                            78,509           83,921          81,480         12,488         76,480            (5,000) Move Investment Safekeeping/Reporting to 5/3
5400     Other Expenses                                     413            2,442           3,000             17          3,000                 -
5700     Capital Outlays                                  7,829            1,661           8,000            110          5,000            (3,000)
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                 -
                                                $       423,512 $        445,660 $       466,415 $      107,187 $      458,415 $          (8,000)
       Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - General Fund
       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                   Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                    Actual 2007      Actual 2008   Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original
30209 Assessing Services
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         6,703 $          6,345 $         6,365 $        5,139 $        6,365 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                   -                -               -              -              -                    -
5300     Contractual Services                           453,134          463,935         459,300        116,873        459,300                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                       -                -               -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                      -                -               -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                    -
                                                $       459,837 $        470,280 $       465,665 $      122,012 $      465,665 $                  -
30805 Arena Administration
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $             - $              - $             - $            - $            - $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                                   -                -               -              -              -                    -
5300     Contractual Services                           267,883          239,815         235,000         50,000        235,000                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                     129                3               -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                  1,422            1,784               -              -              -                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                    -
                                                $       269,434 $        241,602 $       235,000 $       50,000 $      235,000 $                  -
30205 Income Tax Administration
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       287,511 $        306,084 $       323,692 $       78,156 $      323,692 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                              18,228           17,997          17,260          4,113         17,260                    -
5300     Contractual Services                            66,375           77,878          66,636         14,527         66,636                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                     960              743             800              -            800                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                    360            1,606           1,500              -          1,500                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                    -
                                                $       373,434 $        404,308 $       409,888 $       96,796 $      409,888 $                  -
30253 City Treasurer
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       245,360 $        279,040 $       301,421 $       74,803 $      301,421 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                              28,725           35,237          35,000          6,643         35,000                    -
5300     Contractual Services                            66,420           72,557          70,000         12,269         70,000                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                     553              368           1,500             24          1,500                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                      -            2,016           2,921              -          2,921                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -               -              -              -                    -
                                                $       341,058 $        389,218 $       410,842 $       93,739 $      410,842 $                  -
30248 Information Systems Administration
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $        250,554 $        269,070 $      280,543 $       75,456 $       280,543 $              -
5200     Operating Supplies                                  170              500          6,302              -           6,302                -
5300     Contractual Services                             50,392           54,730         67,093          7,393          67,093                -
5400     Other Expenses                                      328            8,976          3,000            969           3,000                -
5700     Capital Outlays                                  62,801           14,486         27,040            382          27,040                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                  -                -              -              -               -                -
                                                $        364,245 $        347,762 $      383,978 $       84,200 $       383,978 $              -
                                                $      2,231,520 $      2,298,830 $    2,371,788 $      553,934 $     2,363,788 $         (8,000)
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       General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                    Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                    Actual 2007      Actual 2008    Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original

60265 City Hall Maintenance
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $        67,232 $         73,368 $         69,039 $       19,541 $       69,039 $                  -
5200     Operating Supplies                              10,883           19,138           12,475          2,187         12,475                    -
5300     Contractual Services                           177,747          187,421          205,670         10,328        205,670                    -
5400     Other Expenses                                       -                -                -              -              -                    -
5700     Capital Outlays                                    719            4,532            2,000              -          2,000                    -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -                -              -              -                    -
                                                $       256,581 $        284,459 $        289,184 $       32,056 $      289,184 $                  -
                                                $       256,581 $        284,459 $        289,184 $       32,056 $      289,184 $                  -

80400 Planning, Zoning and Economic Development
5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       403,843 $        455,659 $        479,377 $      120,264 $      479,377 $              -
5200     Operating Supplies                               4,821            6,062            6,100            473          6,100                -
5300     Contractual Services                            44,965           57,353           49,350          4,629         22,350          (27,000) Defer Zoning Ordinance Revisions
5400     Other Expenses                                   3,391            2,767            6,000            235          4,000           (2,000) Reduce Travel
5700     Capital Outlays                                  5,093            2,086            2,000              -          2,000                -
5900     Other Financing Uses                                 -                -                -              -              -                -
                                                $       462,113 $        523,927 $        542,827 $      125,601 $      513,827 $        (29,000)
                                                $       462,113 $        523,927 $        542,827 $      125,601 $      513,827 $        (29,000)

       Total Business Value Added Activities    $      4,341,564 $      4,540,806 $     4,679,773 $    1,038,673 $     4,581,273 $       (98,500)
       As a Percent of Total General Fund
       Expenditures                                        17.5%            17.4%           18.1%          20.5%          18.1%
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - General Fund
        General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function


                                                                                                  Original Budget Actual Through    Revised      Change From
                                                                 Actual 2007       Actual 2008    Estimate 2009    March 2009    Estimate 2009   2009 Original
        III. Fixed Budget Items

30999 Transfers To Other Funds
          Major Street Fund                                  $        200,000 $         200,000 $             - $            - $            - $              -
          Local Street Fund                                           480,000           480,000         510,000        127,500        510,000                -
          Budget Stabilization Fund                                   250,000           250,000               -              -              -                -
          L.C. Walker Arena Fund (Operating Subsidy)                        -                 -               -              -              -                -
          Arena Improvement Fund                                            -                 -               -              -              -                -
          Public Improvement Fund (Fire Equipment Reserve)            150,000           150,000         150,000         37,500        100,000          (50,000)
          State Grants Fund (Grant Matches)                           154,880                 -               -              -              -                -
          Marina                                                       40,000            40,000               -              -              -                -
          Sidewalk                                                    300,000           150,000               -              -              -                -
          MOD State Rehab Loan Fund                                         -                 -               -              -              -                -
          LDFA Debt Service Fund (Smartzone)                          100,000           150,000         150,000         37,500        130,000          (20,000)
          General Insurance                                            28,046            28,046          28,046          7,012         28,046                -
                                                             $      1,702,926 $       1,448,046 $       838,046 $      209,512 $      768,046 $        (70,000)

30851   General Insurance                                    $       350,385 $         386,191 $        403,737 $             - $     300,000 $       (103,737) Skip Contribution to SIR Fund - Has Healthy Balance
30906   Debt Retirement                                              208,859           275,833          267,345        111,403        267,345                    -
10891   Contingency and Bad Debt Expense                                       -         76,100         400,000               -       400,000                    -
90000   Major Capital Improvements                                     65,580          174,754          193,000         12,697        196,000            3,000
        Total Fixed-Budget Items                             $      2,327,750 $       2,360,924 $     2,102,128 $      333,612 $     1,931,391 $      (170,737)
        As a Percent of Total General Fund
        Expenditures                                                     9.4%              9.0%            8.1%            6.6%           7.6%



         Total General Fund                                  $     24,800,810 $      26,100,539 $ 25,906,017 $       5,069,513 $ 25,290,280 $         (615,737)




        Recap: Total General Fund By Expenditure Object
5100      Salaries & Benefits                                $     14,634,795 $      15,557,198 $ 15,732,922 $       3,777,626 $ 15,489,922 $         (243,000)
5200      Operating Supplies                                          484,841           581,806      601,228            59,834      599,228             (2,000)
5300      Contractual Services                                      7,434,746         7,830,946    8,005,986           864,162    7,733,749           (272,237)
5400      Other Expenses                                               58,031            86,282       77,800             8,886       70,300             (7,500)
5700      Capital Outlays                                             276,612           320,428      382,690            38,090      361,690            (21,000)
5900      All Other Financing Uses                                  1,911,785         1,723,879    1,105,391           320,915    1,035,391            (70,000)
         Total General Fund                                  $     24,800,810 $      26,100,539 $ 25,906,017 $       5,069,513 $ 25,290,280 $         (615,737)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                       Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                               Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                              Comments
                                                                                       Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original

202     Major Streets and State Trunklines Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY       $       708,102       $     1,169,135       $    523,856      $    284,912     $    284,912     $   (238,944)


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments               $       272,291       $       248,582       $    250,000      $            -   $    250,000     $               -
         Federal & state grants                  2,303,829             2,100,723           1,095,000                  -       1,895,000         800,000
         State shared revenue                    2,629,710             2,564,204           2,827,811          244,069         2,700,000        (127,811)
         Interest income                           116,227                70,691              50,000              607           50,000                     -
         Operating transfers in                    200,000               200,000                     -                -        200,000                     -   From PIF - Stimulus Match
         Other                                     370,376                87,620              75,000            6,900           75,000                     -
                                           $     5,892,433       $     5,271,820       $   4,297,811     $    251,576     $   5,170,000    $    872,189


60900   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits              $       663,738       $       742,133       $    963,501      $    198,014     $    963,501     $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                       284,582               208,422            260,600            85,708          260,600                     -
5300      Contractual Services                   1,093,974             1,184,346           1,022,300          218,869         1,022,300                    -
5400      Other Expenses                             1,803                 8,339               5,000                60           5,000                     -
5700      Capital Outlays                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -


5900      Other Financing Uses                     968,638               399,907                     -                -               -                    -


                                           $     3,012,735       $     2,543,147       $   2,251,401     $    502,651     $   2,251,401    $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                                                                                                                               SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL
5300      Contractual Services                   2,418,665             3,612,896           2,090,000           80,279         2,885,000         795,000
                                                                                                                                                               IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
5700      Capital Outlays                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                           $     2,418,665       $     3,612,896       $   2,090,000     $     80,279     $   2,885,000    $    795,000
                                           $     5,431,400       $     6,156,043       $   4,341,401     $    582,930     $   5,136,401


        Available Fund Balance - EOY       $     1,169,135       $       284,912       $    480,266      $    (46,442) $       318,511     $   (161,755)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                       Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                               Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                            Comments
                                                                                       Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



203     Local Streets Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY       $       648,231       $     1,389,910       $    845,727      $    396,406     $    396,406     $   (449,321)


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments               $       705,740       $        56,669       $    120,000      $            -   $    120,000     $               -
         Federal & state grants                    240,000               934,909                     -                -               -                    -
         Metro act fees                            140,010               142,692            142,000                   -        142,000                     -
         State shared revenue                      658,387               635,728            649,240            50,269          649,240                     -
         Interest income                           243,947                43,178              25,000              436           25,000                     -

         Operating transfers in                    780,000               480,000            510,000           127,500          510,000                     - FROM GENERAL FUND

         Other                                      15,747                25,878               5,000            1,781           15,000           10,000
                                           $     2,783,831       $     2,319,054       $   1,451,240     $    179,986     $   1,461,240    $     10,000


60900   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits              $       607,155       $       642,207       $    574,265      $    180,669     $    574,265     $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                       110,130               235,172            118,000             2,161          118,000                     -
5300      Contractual Services                     863,047               905,676            818,000           183,551          818,000                     -
5400      Other Expenses                               384                   499               1,000                48           1,000                     -
5700      Capital Outlays                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                           $     1,580,716       $     1,783,554       $   1,511,265     $    366,429     $   1,511,265    $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -

                                                                                                                                                               DEPENDING ON BID RESULTS, A
5300      Contractual Services                     461,436             1,529,004            600,000             7,543          440,000         (160,000)
                                                                                                                                                               POJECT MAY BE DROPPED

                                           $       461,436       $     1,529,004       $    600,000      $      7,543     $    440,000     $   (160,000)
                                           $     2,042,152       $     3,312,558       $   2,111,265     $    373,972     $   1,951,265


        Available Fund Balance - EOY       $     1,389,910       $       396,406       $    185,702      $    202,420     $     (93,619) $     (279,321)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                   Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original




257     Budget Stabilization Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $     1,500,000       $     1,750,000       $   1,750,000     $   2,000,000    $   2,000,000    $    250,000


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund             250,000               250,000                     -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -

         Other                                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -

                                                   $       250,000       $       250,000       $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -

5900      Other Financing Uses                                       -                     -                 -                -        500,000          500,000 TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND

                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $    500,000     $    500,000


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $    500,000


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $     1,750,000       $     2,000,000       $   1,750,000     $   2,000,000    $   1,500,000    $   (250,000)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



260     Farmers' Market Improvement Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $        25,465       $        26,755       $      14,455     $     17,565     $     17,565     $      3,110


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                     1,290                   710                 700                57             700                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $         1,290       $           710       $         700     $          57    $        700     $               -


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -             9,900              15,155                  -         15,155                     -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $         9,900       $      15,155     $            -   $     15,155     $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $                 -   $         9,900       $      15,155     $            -   $     15,155


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $        26,755       $        17,565       $             -   $     17,622     $      3,110     $      3,110
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



264     Criminal Forfeitures Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $       157,835       $       138,160       $      94,160     $     81,856     $     81,856     $    (12,304)


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                     7,566                 3,518               3,000              285            3,000                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                              21,143                10,840              15,000            4,330           15,000                     -
                                                   $        28,709       $        14,358       $      18,000     $      4,615     $     18,000     $               -


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                                 949                         -          45,000                  -         45,000                     -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                   47,435                70,662                     -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $        48,384       $        70,662       $      45,000     $            -   $     45,000     $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $        48,384       $        70,662       $      45,000     $            -   $     45,000


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $       138,160       $        81,856       $      67,160     $     86,471     $     54,856     $    (12,304)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



285     Tree Replacement Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $        10,210       $         9,108       $       9,108     $     10,043     $     10,043     $        935


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -             5,000               3,000                  -               -           (3,000)
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -             400                  -            400                     -
         Interest income                                       522                   249                 500                25             500                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                               1,400                 1,045                     -                -               -                    -
                                                   $         1,922       $         6,294       $       3,900     $          25    $        900     $      (3,000)


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                 3,024                 5,359               3,900              104            4,000              100
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $         3,024       $         5,359       $       3,900     $        104     $      4,000     $        100


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $         3,024       $         5,359       $       3,900     $        104     $      4,000


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $         9,108       $        10,043       $       9,108     $      9,964     $      6,943     $      (2,165)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



295     Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (Betten Project)
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $    (17,862) $       (17,862) $       (17,862)


        Means of Financing
         Property taxes                            $                 -   $                 -   $    175,000      $            -   $   175,000      $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $    175,000      $            -   $   175,000      $               -


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -            17,862            175,000             2,303         150,000           (25,000)
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $        17,862       $    175,000      $      2,303     $   150,000      $    (25,000)


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $                 -   $        17,862       $    175,000      $      2,303     $   150,000


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $                 -   $       (17,862) $                  -   $    (20,165) $         7,138     $      7,138
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



289     Local Development Finance Authority I Fund - Port City Industrial Park
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $           323       $           335       $         345     $        347     $        347     $           2


        Means of Financing
         Property taxes                            $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                         12                    12                  10                 -             10                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $             12      $             12      $           10    $            -   $         10     $               -


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $           335       $           347       $         355     $        347     $        357     $           2
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



288     Local Development Finance Authority II Fund - Medendorp Industrial Park
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $        23,216       $        24,393       $      25,393     $     25,092     $     25,092     $        (301)


        Means of Financing
         Property taxes                            $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                     1,177                   699               1,000                65           1,000                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $         1,177       $           699       $       1,000     $          65    $      1,000     $               -


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $        24,393       $        25,092       $      26,393     $     25,157     $     26,092     $        (301)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                             Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                     Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                          Comments
                                                                                             Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



290     Local Development Finance Authority III Fund - Edison Landing (Smartzone)
        Available Fund Balance - BOY             $       104,991       $        27,275       $       8,228     $      8,752     $      8,752     $        524


        Means of Financing
         Property taxes                          $        28,901       $        38,249       $      67,603     $            -   $     67,603     $               -
         Federal & state grants                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                   4,881                 1,126                 300                63             300                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund           100,000               150,000            150,000            37,500         130,000           (20,000)
                                                                                                                                                                     COMMUNITY FOUNDATION
         Other                                            75,000                75,000              75,000                  -         75,000                     -
                                                                                                                                                                     CONTRIBUTION
                                                 $       208,782       $       264,375       $    292,903      $     37,563     $   272,903      $    (20,000)


70805   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                             1,000                   350               1,000                  -          1,000                     -
5400      Other Expenses                                           -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                           285,498               282,548            279,747                   -       279,747                      -
                                                 $       286,498       $       282,898       $    280,747      $            -   $   280,747      $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                     $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                 $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                 $       286,498       $       282,898       $    280,747      $            -   $   280,747


        Available Fund Balance - EOY             $        27,275       $         8,752       $      20,384     $     46,315     $        908     $    (19,476)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                   Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



305     Tax Increment Finance Authority Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $         8,758       $         6,352       $       3,552     $     13,983     $     13,983     $     10,431


        Means of Financing
         Property taxes                            $        56,835       $        57,458       $      53,919     $            -   $     53,919     $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                       759                   173                 200                 8             200                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - TIFA Fund                          -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $        57,594       $        57,631       $      54,119     $           8    $     54,119     $               -


30906   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -

5900      Other Financing Uses                              60,000                50,000              50,000           12,500           60,000           10,000 TO GENERAL FUND FOR ARENA

                                                   $        60,000       $        50,000       $      50,000     $     12,500     $     60,000     $     10,000


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $        60,000       $        50,000       $      50,000     $     12,500     $     60,000


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $         6,352       $        13,983       $       7,671     $      1,491     $      8,102     $        431
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                       Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                          Comments
                                                                                               Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original

394     Downtown Development Authority Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY               $      (103,996) $            (58,608) $           16,568     $     14,618     $     14,618     $      (1,950)


        Means of Financing
         Property taxes                            $       476,460       $       505,697       $    361,697      $            -   $   361,697      $               -
         Federal & state grants                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State proposal A reimbursement revenue                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                             -               926                 500                51             500                     -
         Operating transfers in - General Fund                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - PIF                                -           100,000                     -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in - Insurance Fund                     -           284,787                     -                -               -                    -
         Other                                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $       476,460       $       891,410       $    362,197      $          51    $   362,197      $               -


30906   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                              83,330                10,250                     -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                             -           468,641                     -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -

5900      Other Financing Uses                             347,742               339,293            340,472                   -       340,472                      - DEBT SERVICE ($340,472 BONDS)

                                                   $       431,072       $       818,184       $    340,472      $            -   $   340,472      $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                       $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                   $       431,072       $       818,184       $    340,472      $            -   $   340,472


        Available Fund Balance - EOY               $       (58,608) $             14,618       $      38,293     $     14,669     $     36,343     $      (1,950)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                       Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                               Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                       Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



408     Arena Improvement Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY       $        79,386       $        76,724       $      93,724     $    103,279     $   103,279      $      9,555


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                              -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                       37,363                35,309              40,000           17,625           40,000                     -
         Interest income                             3,603                 2,457               2,000              236            2,000                     -
         Operating transfers in                              -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                           $        40,966       $        37,766       $      42,000     $     17,861     $     42,000     $               -


30906   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits              $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                 -                     -                                  -                                    -
5300      Contractual Services                      43,628                11,211              25,000           19,914           25,000                     -
5400      Other Expenses                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                           $        43,628       $        11,211       $      25,000     $     19,914     $     25,000     $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                           $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                           $        43,628       $        11,211       $      25,000     $     19,914     $     25,000


        Available Fund Balance - EOY       $        76,724       $       103,279       $    110,724      $    101,226     $   120,279      $      9,555
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                       Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                               Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                           Comments
                                                                                       Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



403     Sidewalk Improvement Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY       $       902,104       $     1,017,584       $    888,299      $    989,494     $   989,494      $    101,195


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments               $       142,505       $       120,301       $    150,000      $            -   $   150,000      $               -
         Federal & state grants                              -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                                -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                            69,753                50,225              65,000            2,393           65,000                     -
         Operating transfers in                    300,000               150,000                     -                -               -                    -
         Other                                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                           $       512,258       $       320,526       $    215,000      $      2,393     $   215,000      $               -


30906   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits              $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                 -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                         950                         -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                    -             3,381                     -                -               -                    -

                                                                                                                                                               DEBT SERVICE ON SIDEWALK
5900      Other Financing Uses                     395,828               345,235            298,685           150,033         298,685                      -
                                                                                                                                                               ASSESSMENT BONDS

                                           $       396,778       $       348,616       $    298,685      $    150,033     $   298,685      $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                     -                     -                                  -                                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                           $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                           $       396,778       $       348,616       $    298,685      $    150,033     $   298,685


        Available Fund Balance - EOY       $     1,017,584       $       989,494       $    804,614      $    841,854     $   905,809      $    101,195
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                       Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                               Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                           Comments
                                                                                       Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



404     Public Improvement Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY       $     4,842,311       $     2,151,037       $   2,115,618     $   1,985,126    $   1,985,126    $   (130,492)


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Property taxes                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Federal & state grants                              -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Contributions                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Fisherman's Landing Repayment                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Sales of Property                         126,736               280,031              75,000               (15)         75,000                     -
         Interest income                           198,398                76,446              60,000            5,386           60,000                     -

                                                                                                                                                               GENERAL FUND TRANSFER - FIRE
         Operating transfers in                    154,047               150,000            150,000            37,500          150,000                     -
                                                                                                                                                               EQUIPMENT RESERVE ($150,000)


         Other                                      40,592                80,087                     -                -               -                    -

                                           $       519,773       $       586,564       $    285,000      $     42,871     $    285,000     $               -


30936   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits              $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                 -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                               -                     -           5,000                  -          5,000                     -
5400      Other Expenses                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                                                                                                                               DEBT SERVICE (ULA LOANS; FIRE
                                                                                                                                                               TRUCK INSTALLMENT PURCHASE;
5900      Other Financing Uses                     292,223               442,419            369,524                   -        569,524          200,000
                                                                                                                                                               TRANSFER TO MAJOR FOR STIMULUS
                                                                                                                                                               MATCH 2009)
                                           $       292,223       $       442,419       $    374,524      $            -   $    574,524     $    200,000


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -

5700      Capital Outlays                        2,918,824               310,056           1,130,000            9,471         1,170,567          40,567

                                           $     2,918,824       $       310,056       $   1,130,000     $      9,471     $   1,170,567    $     40,567
                                           $     3,211,047       $       752,475       $   1,504,524     $      9,471     $   1,745,091


        Available Fund Balance - EOY       $     2,151,037       $     1,985,126       $    896,094      $   2,018,526    $    525,035     $   (371,059)
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                       Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                               Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                           Comments
                                                                                       Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



482     State Grants Fund
        Available Fund Balance - BOY       $        77,048       $       150,102       $    150,102      $    649,547     $    649,547     $    499,445


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                    386,535                28,888            877,000            11,741         1,027,000         150,000
         Sales of Property                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -

         Operating transfers in                    150,833                 3,813                     -                -               -                    -

         Other                                      10,000               550,000                     -                -               -                    -

                                           $       547,368       $       582,701       $    877,000      $     11,741     $   1,027,000    $    150,000



30936   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits              $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                 -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                      11,473                         -                 -                -               -                    -

                                           $        11,473       $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -



90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies               $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                               -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                                                                                                                               SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL
5700      Capital Outlays                          462,841                83,256           1,027,000            6,535         1,187,000         160,000
                                                                                                                                                               IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
                                           $       462,841       $        83,256       $   1,027,000     $      6,535     $   1,187,000    $    160,000

                                           $       474,314       $        83,256       $   1,027,000     $      6,535     $   1,187,000



        Available Fund Balance - EOY       $       150,102       $       649,547       $         102     $    654,753     $    489,547     $    489,445
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                              Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                      Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                               Comments
                                                                                              Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



594     Marina & Launch Ramp Fund
        Available Cash Balance - BOY              $       (39,617) $             20,509       $      71,297     $     85,238     $     85,238     $     13,941

        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                             281,679               250,265            260,000            58,314         260,000                      -
         Interest income                                        38                1,055                     -            182                 -                    -

         Operating transfers in                            40,000                40,000                     -                -               -                    -

         Other                                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                  $       321,717       $       291,320       $    260,000      $     58,496     $   260,000      $               -


70756   Operating Expenditures - Marina
5100      Salaries & Benefits                     $       121,489       $        96,295       $      91,146     $      6,230     $     91,146     $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                               10,338                12,791              10,650                88          10,650                     -
5300      Contractual Services                            130,462                94,291            107,000            19,645         107,000                      -
5400      Other Expenses                                      510                   315                 500                  -            500                     -
5700      Capital Outlays                                   1,641                 2,995              10,000              597           10,000                     -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
          Other Cash Uses (e.g. Debt Principal)            (2,849)                8,637                     -                -               -                    -
                                                  $       261,591       $       215,324       $    219,296      $     26,560     $   219,296      $               -


70759   Operating Expenditures - Ramps
5100      Salaries & Benefits                     $                 -   $         4,737       $       5,000     $        236     $      5,000     $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                        -               449                 500                  -            500                     -
5300      Contractual Services                                      -             6,081               9,580              301            9,580                     -
5400      Other Expenses                                            -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                           -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
          Other Cash Uses (e.g. Debt Principal)                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                  $                 -   $        11,267       $      15,080     $        537     $     15,080     $               -

90000   Project Expenditures
5200       Operating Supplies                     $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                           -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                  $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                  $       261,591       $       226,591       $    234,376      $     27,097     $   234,376


        Available Cash Balance - EOY              $        20,509       $        85,238       $      96,921     $    116,637     $   110,862      $     13,941
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                              Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                      Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                           Comments
                                                                                              Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



661     Equipment Fund
        Available Cash Balance - BOY              $     1,614,451       $     2,004,577       $   2,147,078     $   2,472,676    $   2,472,676    $    325,598


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                       -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                           2,520,803             2,703,727           2,400,000          595,610         2,400,000                    -   INTERDEPARTMENTAL CHARGES
         Interest income                                   85,618                57,757              60,000            5,787           60,000                     -
         Operating transfers in                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                             80,000               110,608            100,000             2,225          100,000                     -
                                                  $     2,686,421       $     2,872,092       $   2,560,000     $    603,622     $   2,560,000    $               -


60932   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                     $       515,579       $       561,112       $    634,006      $    163,641     $    600,000     $    (34,006)
5200      Operating Supplies                              844,914             1,016,218           1,061,000          115,229          800,000         (261,000)
5300      Contractual Services                            494,272               468,258            499,040            88,193          499,040                     -
5400      Other Expenses                                    1,351                 2,210               3,000                15           3,000                     -
                                                                                                                                                                      SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL
5700      Capital Outlays                                 445,596               294,151           1,069,000           50,124         1,088,000          19,000
                                                                                                                                                                      IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
5900      Other Financing Uses                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
          Other Cash Uses (e.g. Debt Principal)            (5,417)               62,044                     -                -               -                    -
                                                  $     2,296,295       $     2,403,993       $   3,266,046     $    417,202     $   2,990,040    $   (276,006)


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                      $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                      -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                           -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                  $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                  $     2,296,295       $     2,403,993       $   3,266,046     $    417,202     $   2,990,040


        Available Cash Balance - EOY              $     2,004,577       $     2,472,676       $   1,441,032     $   2,659,096    $   2,042,636    $    601,604
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                            Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                    Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                          Comments
                                                                                            Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



642     Public Service Building Fund
        Available Cash Balance - BOY            $       270,889       $       375,313       $    429,904      $    474,631     $   474,631      $     44,727


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                           581,270               581,270            604,521           150,800         604,521                      -   INTERDEPARTMENTAL CHARGES
         Interest income                                 14,061                10,896               6,000            1,096            6,000                     -
         Operating transfers in                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                              100                 7,316                     -          1,326                 -                    -
                                                $       595,431       $       599,482       $    610,521      $    153,222     $   610,521      $               -


60442   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                   $       214,017       $       222,113       $    248,785      $     55,395     $   248,785      $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                             18,609                31,194              29,050            1,540           29,050                     -
5300      Contractual Services                          241,077               240,602            295,963            34,124         295,963                      -
5400      Other Expenses                                  2,056                    (32)               500                  -            500                     -
5700      Capital Outlays                                23,229                 8,973              28,900                  -         28,900                     -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
        Other Cash Uses and Adjustments (e.g.
                                                         (7,981)               (2,686)                    -                -               -                    -
        Debt Principal)
                                                $       491,007       $       500,164       $    603,198      $     91,059     $   603,198      $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                $       491,007       $       500,164       $    603,198      $     91,059     $   603,198


        Available Cash Balance - EOY            $       375,313       $       474,631       $    437,227      $    536,794     $   481,954      $     44,727
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                            Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                    Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                          Comments
                                                                                            Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



643     Engineering Services Fund
        Available Cash Balance - BOY            $       149,528       $        96,427       $      53,832     $    132,074     $   132,074      $     78,242


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                           513,556               460,560            630,000            89,953         630,000                      -   INTERDEPARTMENTAL CHARGES
         Interest income                                  6,361                 3,692               5,000              261            5,000                     -
         Operating transfers in                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                                    -                     -          25,000              272           25,000                     -
                                                $       519,917       $       464,252       $    660,000      $     90,486     $   660,000      $               -


60447   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                   $       321,641       $       332,078       $    471,243      $     83,384     $   471,243      $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                             16,894                17,223              19,000            3,662           19,000                     -
5300      Contractual Services                          126,832               137,047            163,000            25,197         163,000                      -
5400      Other Expenses                                    532                 1,122               2,500                11           2,500                     -
5700      Capital Outlays                                17,093                12,114              18,000              780           18,000                     -
5900       Other Financing Uses                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
        Other Cash Uses and Adjustments (e.g.
                                                         82,557               (74,863)                    -                -               -                    -
        Debt Principal)
                                                $       565,549       $       424,721       $    673,743      $    113,034     $   673,743      $               -


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                            7,469                 3,884              25,000                  -         25,000                     -
5700      Capital Outlays                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                $         7,469       $         3,884       $      25,000     $            -   $     25,000     $               -
                                                $       573,018       $       428,605       $    698,743      $    113,034     $   698,743


        Available Cash Balance - EOY            $        96,427       $       132,074       $      15,089     $    109,526     $     93,331     $     78,242
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                            Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                    Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                           Comments
                                                                                            Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original



677     General Insurance Fund
        Available Cash Balance - BOY            $       841,326       $     1,206,249       $    862,596      $   1,236,014    $   1,236,014    $    373,418


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                     -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Charges for services                         4,551,973             4,346,235           3,281,984          872,783         3,281,984                    -   INTERDEPARTMENTAL CHARGES
         Interest income                                 39,250                30,784              25,000            2,013           25,000                     -
         MERS Retireee Health Reimbursement                       -                     -       1,500,000                  -       1,500,000                    -
         Medicare Part D Rx Reimbursement                         -                     -          35,000                  -         35,000                     -
         Repayment of DDA Advance                                 -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                                                                                                                                     LOAN REPAYMENT - ARENA
         Operating transfers in                          28,045                28,045              28,046            7,011           28,046                     -
                                                                                                                                                                    IMPROVEMENTS
         Other                                                    -                     -          20,000                  -         20,000                     -
                                                $     4,619,268       $     4,405,064       $   4,890,030     $    881,807     $   4,890,030    $   4,870,030


30851   Operating Expenditures
5100      Salaries & Benefits                   $                 -   $        28,622       $      31,197     $      7,168     $     31,197     $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                      -                 67                    -                -               -                    -
5300      Contractual Services                        4,062,168             3,924,027           4,781,984          865,398         4,781,984                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                          -             1,144               1,500                  -          1,500                     -

5700      Capital Outlays                                   250                   380               7,000                  -          7,000                     -

5900       Other Financing Uses                          31,189               421,059                     -                -               -                    -
        Other Cash Uses and Adjustments (e.g.
                                                        160,738                         -                 -                -               -                    -
        Debt Principal)
                                                $     4,254,345       $     4,375,299       $   4,821,681     $    872,566     $   4,821,681    $   4,821,681


90000   Project Expenditures
5200      Operating Supplies                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5300      Contractual Services                                    -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                $     4,254,345       $     4,375,299       $   4,821,681     $    872,566     $   4,821,681


        Available Cash Balance - EOY            $     1,206,249       $     1,236,014       $    930,945      $   1,245,255    $   1,304,363
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                            Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                    Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                           Comments
                                                                                            Estimate 2009      March 2009          2009         2009 Original




590     Sewer Fund
        Available Cash Balance - BOY            $       895,306       $       767,541       $    368,197      $    (249,387) $      (249,387) $     (617,584)

        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                    $             -       $             -       $           -     $           -    $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                               -                     -                   -                 -                -                    -
         State shared revenue                                 -                     -                   -                 -                -                    -
         Charges for services                         5,033,881             5,193,218           5,650,000         1,005,329        5,650,000                    -
         Interest income                                 34,046                11,860              30,000               468           30,000                    -
         Repayment of DDA advance                             -                     -                   -                 -                -                    -
         Operating transfers in                               -                     -                   -                 -                -                    -
         Other                                          145,213               173,630              80,000             2,735           80,000                    -
                                                $     5,213,140       $     5,378,708       $   5,760,000     $   1,008,532    $   5,760,000    $               -

30548   Operating Expenditures Administration
5100      Salaries & Benefits                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                                      8                     8                 -                -               -                    -
                                                                                                                                                                    INSURANCE/INDIRECT
5300      Contractual Services                          296,385               330,080            382,933            71,571          382,933                     -
                                                                                                                                                                    COSTS/ADMINISTRATION FEE
5400       Other Expenses                                   (70)                2,214                  -                 -                -                     -
5700       Capital Outlays                                    -                     -                  -                 -                -                     -
5900       Other Financing Uses                          25,221                12,550                  -                 -                -                     -
        Other Cash Uses and Adjustments (e.g.           598,586               799,246                  -                 -                -                     -
                                                $       920,130 $           1,144,098       $    382,933      $     71,571     $    382,933     $               -

60559   Operating Expenditures Maintenance
5100      Salaries & Benefits                   $       881,660       $       900,396       $     854,672     $    196,253     $     854,672    $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                             57,366                43,413              56,350            3,111            56,350                    -
5300      Contractual Services                        3,192,714             3,698,604           3,431,189          675,756         3,431,189                    -
5400      Other Expenses                                    222                 1,112               1,350                -             1,350                    -
5700      Capital Outlays                                 6,925                   517               8,700                -             8,700                    -
5900      Other Financing Uses                                -                     -                   -                -                 -                    -
                                                $     4,138,887       $     4,644,042       $   4,352,261     $    875,120     $   4,352,261    $               -

90000   Project Expenditures
5200       Operating Supplies                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                                                                                                                                    SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL
5300      Contractual Services                          281,888               607,496            400,000            36,850          333,000          (67,000)
                                                                                                                                                                    IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
5700      Capital Outlays                                         -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
                                                $       281,888       $       607,496       $    400,000      $     36,850     $    333,000     $    (67,000)
                                                $     5,340,905       $     6,395,636       $   5,135,194     $    983,541     $   5,068,194


        Available Cash Balance - EOY            $       767,541       $      (249,387) $         993,003      $    (224,396) $      442,419
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 1st Quarter 2009 - Other Funds
                                                                                            Original Budget   Actual Through Revised Estimate   Change From
                                                    Actual 2007           Actual 2008                                                                                           Comments
                                                                                            Estimate 2009      March 2009         2009          2009 Original

591     Water Fund
        Available Cash Balance - BOY            $ 3,481,833           $ 4,652,332           $ 3,547,257       $ 3,271,732      $ 3,271,732      $   (275,525)


        Means of Financing
         Special assessments                    $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
         Federal & state grants                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         State shared revenue                                     -                     -                 -                -               -
         Charges for services - City                 3,866,032             3,478,847            4,000,000          323,606         4,000,000                    -
         Charges for services - Wholesale            2,158,975             2,244,638            2,100,000          516,471         2,100,000                    -
         Maintenance services - Township               249,752               169,165             200,000            25,808          200,000                     -
         Billing services - Township                              -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Interest income                               136,511                 96,075            100,000             8,266          100,000                     -
         Lease of facilities                             81,747                87,122              80,537           26,067           80,537                     -   LEASE OF SPACE ON WATER TOWERS
         Repayment of DDA advance                                 -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Operating transfers in                                   -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
         Other                                         212,720               285,771                      -         27,451                 -                    -
                                                $ 6,705,737           $ 6,361,618           $ 6,480,537       $    927,669     $ 6,480,537      $               -


30548   Operating Expenditures Administration
5100       Salaries & Benefits                  $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
5200       Operating Supplies                                     -                     -                 -          4,155                 -                    -
                                                                                                                                                                    INSURANCE/INDIRECT
5300       Contractual Services                        495,303               492,164             543,660           102,375          543,660                     -
                                                                                                                                                                    COSTS/ADMINISTRATION FEE
5400       Other Expenses                                         -             1,808               2,000                  -          2,000                     -
5700       Capital Outlays                                        -                     -                 -                -               -                    -
5900       Other Financing Uses                        648,666               622,551             567,463                   -        567,463                     - INTEREST ON WATER BONDS
        Other Cash Uses and Adjustments (e.g.
                                                       819,125             1,706,765            1,110,000          134,626         1,110,000                    - PRINCIPAL ON WATER BONDS
        Debt Principal)
                                                $ 1,963,094           $ 2,823,288           $ 2,223,123       $    241,156     $ 2,223,123      $               -


60559   Operating Expenditures Maintenance - City
5100       Salaries & Benefits                  $      838,538        $      789,743        $    970,005      $    213,179     $    970,005     $               -
5200       Operating Supplies                       208,682               293,935             1,500,800           882,086        1,500,800                      -
5300       Contractual Services                     409,756               377,064               399,307            81,968          399,307                      -
5400       Other Expenses                            29,998                34,634                33,230             4,853           33,230                      -
5700       Capital Outlays                            4,362                16,491                15,500               155           15,500                      -
5900       Other Financing Uses                           -                     -                     -                 -                -                      -
                                                $ 1,491,336           $ 1,511,867           $ 2,918,842       $ 1,182,241      $ 2,918,842      $               -

60558   Operating Expenditures Filtration
5100      Salaries & Benefits                   $   596,606           $   608,545           $   683,222       $    140,935     $   683,222      $               -
5200      Operating Supplies                        184,826               219,890               249,670             50,639         249,670                      -
5300      Contractual Services                      537,439               517,062               569,000             16,904         569,000                      -
5400      Other Expenses                              1,619                 1,968                 2,750                300           2,750                      -
5700      Capital Outlays                            97,519               293,097                64,200             13,829          64,200                      -
5900      Other Financing Uses                            -                     -                     -                  -               -                      -
          Replacement Reserve - DWRF                      -                     -               290,000                  -         290,000                      -
                                                $ 1,418,009           $ 1,640,562           $ 1,858,842       $    222,607     $ 1,858,842      $               -

90000   Project Expenditures
5200       Operating Supplies                   $                 -   $                 -   $             -   $            -   $           -    $               -
                                                                                                                                                                    SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL
5300       Contractual Services                        662,799             1,766,501            1,195,000          110,545         1,206,000          11,000
                                                                                                                                                                    IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
5700       Capital Outlays                                -                     -                     -                 -                -                 -
                                                $   662,799           $ 1,766,501           $ 1,195,000       $   110,545      $ 1,206,000      $     11,000
                                                $ 5,535,238           $ 7,742,218           $ 8,195,807       $ 1,756,549      $ 8,206,807

        Available Cash Balance - EOY            $ 4,652,332           $ 3,271,732           $ 1,831,987       $ 2,442,852      $ 1,545,462      $   (286,525)
City of Muskegon
Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2009 Proposed Budget
                                                                                                                         1st Quarter       2nd Quarter   3rd Quarter
                                                                                     Original       Associated
                                                                Responsibility                                            Budget             Budget        Budget                         Comments
                                                                                     Budget           Grant
                                                                                                                         Reforecast        Reforecast    Reforecast


                                                                                                          2009 PROJECTS
  101     General Fund

  99119   Evergreen Cemetery Irrigation Well                                     $       30,000                  -   $         30,000                                                   2-3 Year Payback

  99120   ADA Compliance Projects                                                        25,000                  -             10,000

  98130   Police - Men's Locker Room Remodeling                                         110,000                  -            110,000

          City Hall - 2nd Floor Office Realignment                                              -                -             16,000

  99121   Rebuild Compressors (2) for the Chiller                                        28,000                  -             30,000

                                                                                        193,000                  -            196,000

  202     Major Streets

  98132   Getty Street, Marquette to Access Highway (1300')        Al-Shatel            285,000         220,000               275,000                                            Mill and Resurface - HPP Grant

  99101   Harvey, Oak to Marquette (3100')                         Al-Shatel            255,000         200,000               365,000                                                      HPP Grant

  98128   Park Street, Southern to Houston                         Al-Shatel            375,000         240,000               525,000                                                      STP Grant

  99102   Traffic Signal Upgrades, City Wide locations (CMAQ)      Al-Shatel            305,000         270,000               305,000                                                     CMAQ Grant

  99103   Terrace, Laketon to Keating (1500')                      Al-Shatel            185,000                  -                     -                                                     On Hold

  99104   Micro-Surfacing Projects                                 Al-Shatel            100,000                  -                     -                                                     On Hold

  99105   Lakeshore Drive, Laketon to McCracken (Landscaping)      Al-Shatel            250,000         165,000                        -                                        Contingent Upon Receipt of Grant

  99106   Jefferson, Fourth to Strong (400')                       Al-Shatel             75,000                  -            100,000

  99107   Hackley Avenue, Hudson to Seaway (1900')                 Al-Shatel            175,000                  -            150,000                                                  Mill and Resurface

          Bridge Maintenance & Repairs per Inspection (Amity)      Al-Shatel                    -                -             35,000                                                 Carryover From 2008

  99130   Laketon, Peck to Wood                                    Al-Shatel                    -       800,000             1,000,000                                           Reconstruction - Stimulus Project

  93004   Beidler, Laketon to Southern                             Al-Shatel                    -                -             50,000                                                 Carryover From 2008

  99108   Wood Street, Isabella to Apple (720')                    Al-Shatel             85,000                  -             80,000                                        Mill and Resurface and New Watermain

                                                                                       2,090,000       1,895,000            2,885,000

  203     Local Streets

  99109   Merrill, 7th to 6th                                      Al-Shatel             80,000                  -            150,000                                                    Reconstruction

  98101   Harbor Towne Circle (5000')                              Al-Shatel            400,000                  -                     -                                        Mill and Resurface With Full-Depth

  99126   Home Street, Apple to Just North of Creek                Al-Shatel                    -                -            115,000                                  Added by Commission to Replace Harbourtowne Circle

  99110   Bourdon, Lakeshore Drive to Fair                         Al-Shatel            120,000                  -            175,000                                                    Reconstruction

                                                                                        600,000                  -            440,000

  260     Farmers' Market Improvement Fund

          Farmers market upgrades                                                        15,155                  -             15,155                                                     Painting Stalls




  404     Public Improvement Fund

  98133   Richard's Park Building Demolition                       Al-Shatel             65,000                  -            105,557                                                Phase Two - Demolition

  99111   Heritage Landing, Bike Path from YFCA to 7th street      Al-Shatel             50,000                  -             50,000                                         Connect Bike Trail 7th Street to YFCA

  99125   Parks Capital Improvement Projects                        Kuhn                250,000                  -            250,000                                            Use Remaining Bond Proceeds
City of Muskegon
Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2009 Proposed Budget
                                                                                                                              1st Quarter       2nd Quarter   3rd Quarter
                                                                                              Original       Associated
                                                                            Responsibility                                     Budget             Budget        Budget                            Comments
                                                                                              Budget           Grant
                                                                                                                              Reforecast        Reforecast    Reforecast


                                                                                                                   2009 PROJECTS
  96051   Fire Truck                                                            Kincaid          465,000                  -        465,000                                      Cost Partially Offset By 2008 Truck Sale Proceeds

  99112   Remove Seawall at the Amoco Site                                     Al-Shatel         300,000                  -        300,000                                                  Remove Failing Seawall

                                                                                                1,130,000                 -      1,170,557

  482     State Grants Fund

  98114   Smith-Ryerson Improvements                                           Al-Shatel         577,000         427,000           577,000                                  $150,000 Local Match from Public Improvement Fund (2007)

  95010   CMI Brownfield                                                    Brubaker-Clarke      250,000         250,000           250,000                                                         No Match

  95010   Musketawa Trail Connection (Phase 1A)                                Al-Shatel                 -       150,000           160,000

  99118   Musketawa Trail Connection                                           Al-Shatel         200,000         200,000           200,000                                              Phase IB (Keating to Black Creek)

                                                                                                1,027,000       1,027,000        1,187,000

  590     Sewer

  98128   Park Street, Southern to Houston                                     Al-Shatel         185,000                  -        165,000

  99113   Sixth Street Sewer Work                                              Al-Shatel          55,000                  -         80,000

  99114   Fisherman's Village Lift Station Rehabilitation                      Al-Shatel          85,000                  -                 -

  99110   Bourdon, Lakeshore Drive to Fair                                     Al-Shatel          10,000                  -                 -

  99106   Jefferson, Fourth to Strong (400')                                   Al-Shatel                 -                -          5,000

  99107   Hackley Avenue, Hudson to Seaway (1900')                             Al-Shatel          10,000                  -                 -

  99107   Terrace, Laketon to Keating (1500')                                  Al-Shatel                 -                -                 -                                                       On Hold

  99107   Park Street, Laketon to Southern                                     Al-Shatel                 -                -         23,000

  99109   Merrill, 7th to 6th                                                  Al-Shatel          55,000                  -         60,000

                                                                                                 400,000                  -        333,000

  591     Water

  98128   Park Street, Southern to Houston                                     Al-Shatel         200,000                  -        235,000

  97114   Clear Well Valve Replacement                                         Al-Shatel          65,000                  -         65,000                                              Reliability Study Recommendation

  99115   Filtration Plant, Fence Replacement                                  Al-Shatel          80,000                  -         80,000                                              Reliability Study Recommendation

  99101   Harvey, Oak to Marquette (3100')                                     Al-Shatel          50,000                  -          5,000

  99117   Filtration Plant Roof Replacement (North Passage & 1937 Buildin      Al-Shatel          50,000                  -         50,000                                              Reliability Study Recommendation

  99116   Filtration Plant, Fluoride Room Re-Work (Design)                     Al-Shatel          35,000                  -         35,000                                              Reliability Study Recommendation

  97115   Water Main Replacement Project of 2" & 4" Mains                      Al-Shatel         250,000                  -                 -

  99110   Bourdon, Lakeshore Drive to Fair                                     Al-Shatel          80,000                  -         90,000

  99107   Hackley Avenue, Hudson to Seaway (1900')                             Al-Shatel         200,000                  -        155,000

  99106   Jefferson, Fourth to Strong (400')                                   Al-Shatel          50,000                  -         45,000

  99109   Merrill, 7th to 6th                                                  Al-Shatel          65,000                  -         65,000

  99107   Terrace, Laketon to Keating (1500')                                  Al-Shatel                 -                -         45,000

  99130   Laketon, Peck to Wood                                                Al-Shatel                 -                -         65,000                                                      Stimulus Project

          Quarterline, Apple to Stebbins                                       Al-Shatel                 -                -         12,000                                                    Carryover From 2008
City of Muskegon
Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2009 Proposed Budget
                                                                                                                1st Quarter    2nd Quarter   3rd Quarter
                                                                            Original       Associated
                                                       Responsibility                                            Budget          Budget        Budget                      Comments
                                                                            Budget           Grant
                                                                                                                Reforecast     Reforecast    Reforecast


                                                                                                 2009 PROJECTS
          Park Street, Laketon to Southern                Al-Shatel                    -                -             99,000                               Carryover From 2006, Awaiting MDOT Closeout

          Wood Street, Isabella to Apple (720')           Al-Shatel                    -                -             75,000

  99122   Barclay, Laketon to Ireland                     Al-Shatel             70,000                  -             85,000

                                                                              1,195,000                 -          1,206,000

  643     Engineering Services

  99012   GIS Update and Maintenance                      Al-Shatel             25,000                  -             25,000




  661     Equipment Fund

          Non-Vehicular Equipment:

    1     Sewer Truck                                      Kuhn                175,000                  -            175,000

    1     Backhoe                                          Kuhn                 65,000                  -             65,000

    3     Mowers                                           Kuhn                 51,000                  -             51,000

    3     Turf Trucks                                      Kuhn                 18,000                  -             18,000

          Communications Equipment

    3     Video Systems for Police Cruisers                Kuhn                 24,000                  -             24,000

    5     Police Cruiser Radios                            Kuhn                 10,000                  -             10,000

   10     GPS Receivers                                    Kuhn                 10,000                  -             10,000

    4     Police Cruiser Light Bars                        Kuhn                 10,000                  -             10,000

          Vehicles:

    7     Police Patrol Cars                               Kuhn                161,000                  -            150,000                               Replacing 2005 Vehicles; 1 Additional Cruiser

    1     Breaker                                          Kuhn                        -                -             10,000

    3     1-Ton Dumptrucks                                 Kuhn                105,000                  -            105,000                                          Replacing 1997 Trucks

    3     3/4-Ton Pickup                                   Kuhn                 90,000                  -             90,000                                         Replacing 2000 Vehicles

    3     Small Pickup                                     Kuhn                 45,000                  -             45,000                                 Repalcing 1 200 Vehicle; 2 New Additions

    2     Plow Truck                                       Kuhn                180,000                  -            180,000                                          Replacing 1992 Trucks

    2     1-Ton Truck                                      Kuhn                 70,000                  -             70,000                                          Replacing 2001 Trucks

    1     Parking Checker Vehicle                          Kuhn                        -                -             20,000                                           Carryover from 2008

    2     Engineering Survey Trucks                        Kuhn                 55,000                  -             55,000                                         Replacing 1994 Vehicles

                                                                              1,069,000                 -          1,088,000


                                                                        $     7,744,155                     $      8,545,712
                              AGENDA ITEM NO. ______________

                    CITY COMMISSION MEETING ____________________



TO:          Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:        Bryon L. Mazade, City Manager

DATE:        April 2, 2009

RE:          Sale of Parking Lot to 297 Clay Condominium Owners Association, Inc.



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To approve a sale of an existing parking lot adjacent to 297 Clay to 297 Clay Condominium
Owners Association, Inc. for $20,000 under a land contract. The property is currently leased for
parking purposes for 297 Clay.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
Sale of property for $20,000 under a land contract plus back taxes and past due rent.




BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None.




STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To approve the sale and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign all documents necessary for this
transaction.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
None.




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                                             PURCHASE AGREEMENT

       This Real Estate Purchase Agreement (“Agreement”) is made on ________________
___, 2009 between the City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal corporation, with offices
located at 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, 49440 (“City”) and 297 Clay
Condominium Owners Association, a Michigan nonprofit corporation, of PO Box 282,
Muskegon, Michigan 49443 (“Buyer”).

         1.     Purchase and Sale of Premises. City shall sell and Buyer shall purchase on the
conditions set forth in this Agreement the premises, and all improvements thereon, with all
beneficial easements, and with all of City’s right, title and interest in 274 W. Webster, in the City
of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan and legally described on Exhibit A (“Premises”)
subject to the reservations, restrictions and easements of record, provided said reservations,
restrictions and easements of record are reasonably acceptable to Buyer upon disclosure and
review of the same.

        2.     Purchase Subject to Lease. The Buyer takes the Premises subject to a 1983
lease between the City and Clayhouse Associates (“Lease”). Said Lease was subsequently
assigned by Clayhouse Associates to Bruce E. Bytwerk and Kathryn Bytwerk in 1993 (the
“Assignment”). A copy of the Lease and subsequent Assignment is attached as Exhibit B.

       3.     Purchase Conditional Upon Grant of Easement. As a condition to closing,
Buyer shall execute the public utility easement agreement attached hereto as Exhibit C.

        4.     Purchase Price and Manner of Payment. The purchase price for the Premises
shall be comprised of the three following items: $____________ (“Cash Purchase Price”), all
outstanding rent due and payable to the City under the Lease (see paragraph 2 above), and all
outstanding taxes and special assessments on the property (collectively the “Purchase Price”).
The Purchase Prices shall be paid as follows:

                 a.     Five hundred dollars ($500.00) (the “Deposit”) shall be deposited with the
          City upon execution of this Agreement. At closing, the Deposit shall be applied to the
          Purchase Price.

                 b.     At closing, Buyer shall pay an additional forty-five hundred dollars
          ($4,500.00) toward the Purchase Price for a total cash payment to be applied to the
          Purchase Price of five thousand dollars ($5,000.00).

                  c.     At closing, the parties shall sign a land contract for the Premises for the
          remaining balance of the Purchase Price (which amount shall include the remaining Cash
          Purchase Price, all outstanding rent due and payable to the City as of the closing date, and
          all general property taxes and installments or special assessments due as of the closing
          date) a copy of which is attached as Exhibit D (“Land Contract”). The parties shall also
          execute a memorandum of land contract for recording purposes which is attached as
          Exhibit E.




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        5.       Title Insurance. City shall order an owner’s policy of title insurance issued by
LandAmerica Transnation Title in the standard A.L.T.A. form, without the standard exceptions,
certified to the date of closing, in the amount of the purchase price. Buyer may raise any
objections to the exceptions or encumbrances shown on the commitment within 20 days after
Buyer receives the commitment by giving written notice to City. If Buyer raises a title objection,
Buyer shall not be required to close this transaction unless City cures the objection or Buyer
waives its objection. Additionally, if Buyer raises a title objection, City shall have the right not
to cure the objection; in which case this Agreement shall terminate and City shall return the
Deposit to Buyer. If City elects to cure the objection, City shall take action to remove the
exception or the encumbrance from the chain of title, in order to remove it from the commitment
and the policy.

         6.      Property Taxes and Assessments. Buyer shall be responsible for the payment of
all real estate taxes and assessments that become due and payable prior to the date of closing as
part of the Purchase Price as stated in paragraph 3(b) above. Buyer shall continue to be
responsible for the payment of all real estate taxes and assessments that become due and payable
after the date of closing.

       7.      Survey. Buyer may obtain a survey of the Premises at Buyer’s expense, and
Buyer or Buyer’s surveyor or other agents may enter the Premises for that purpose prior to
closing. In the event that a survey by a registered land surveyor made prior to closing discloses
an encroachment or substantial variation from the presumed land boundaries or area, City shall
have the option of effecting a remedy within 30 days after disclosure, or terminating this
Agreement. Buyer may elect to purchase the Premises subject to said encroachment or variation.

         8.     Inspection Period. Commencing on the date of this Agreement, Buyer, and
Buyer’s agents, employees, contractors and consultants may, prior to the Date of Closing,
conduct such inspections, investigations, appraisals, tests, feasibility studies, and determinations
of the Premises as Buyer, in its sole discretion, shall desire in order to determine that the
condition of the Premises is acceptable and that the Premises is suitable for Buyer’s intended
uses (“Due Diligence Investigation”). All costs related to the Due Diligence Investigation shall
be paid for by Buyer. The Due Diligence Investigation shall be completed within a reasonable
time, not to exceed 30 days (“Inspection Period”) after execution of this Agreement by both
parties.

      9.      Representations, Covenants and Warranties of City. City represents,
covenants and warrants the following to be true:

                  a.     Organization and Standing of City. City is a Michigan municipal
          corporation duly organized, validly existing and in good standing under the laws of the
          State of Michigan.

                  b.     Authority. City has the power and authority to enter into and perform its
          obligations under this Agreement.

      10.     Representations, Covenants, and Warranties of Buyer. Buyer represents,
covenants, and warrants the following to be true:




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                 a.      Status of Buyer. Buyer is validly existing and in good standing under the
          laws of the State of Michigan.

                 b.     Authority. Buyer has the power and authority to enter into and perform
          Buyer’s obligation under this Agreement.

               c.   “As-Is” Sale. BUYER UNDERSTANDS AND AGREES THAT
          THERE SHALL BE NO IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF HABITABILITY,
          QUALITY, CONDITION, FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY
          OTHER IMPLIED WARRANTIES BETWEEN CITY AND BUYER, AND UPON
          CLOSING, BUYER WAIVES ANY AND ALL SUCH IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
          AND ACCEPTS THE PROPERTY “AS IS,” “WHERE IS,” SUBJECT ONLY TO
          THE EXPRESS COVENANTS, CONDITIONS AND/OR WARRANTIES
          CONTAINED IN THIS PURCHASE AGREEMENT. AT CLOSING, BUYER
          SHALL REPRESENT THAT IT HAS PERSONALLY INSPECTED THE
          PROPERTY AND IS SATISFIED WITH THE CONDITION OF THE LAND, AND
          THAT THE PROPERTY IS BEING PURCHASED AS A RESULT OF SUCH
          INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATION, AND NOT DUE TO ANY
          REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY OR ON BEHALF OF CITY.

       11.     Conditions Precedent. This Agreement and all of the obligations of Buyer under
this Agreement are, at Buyer’s option, subject to the fulfillment, before or at the time of the
Closing, of each of the following conditions:

                  a.      Representations and Warranties True at the Closing. The
          representations, covenants, and warranties of City contained in this Agreement shall be
          true in all material respects at the time of the Closing.

                 b.      Performance. The obligations, agreements, documents and conditions
          required to be signed and performed by City shall have been performed and complied
          with before or at the date of the Closing.

                 c.      Due Diligence Investigation. Buyer has not terminated this Agreement
          according to the provisions of paragraph 7.

          12.       Default.

                   a.     By Buyer. In the event Buyer fails to comply with any or all of the
          obligations, covenants, warranties or agreements under this Agreement and such default
          is not cured within 10 days after receipt of notice (other than Buyer’s failure to tender the
          purchase price in full at Closing, a default for which no notice is required), then City may
          terminate this Agreement, in which event both parties will be released from any further
          liability under this Agreement, or City may pursue its legal and/or equitable remedies
          against Buyer.

                  b.     By City. In the event City fails to comply with any or all of the
          obligations, covenants, warranties or agreements under this Agreement, and such default
          is not cured within 10 days after receipt of notice, then Buyer may either terminate this



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          Agreement, in which event both parties will be released from any further liability under
          this Agreement, or Buyer may pursue its legal and/or equitable remedies against City.

        13.     Real Estate Commission. Buyer and City both acknowledge and agree that
neither has dealt with any real estate agents, brokers or salespersons regarding this sale, and that
no agent, broker, salesperson or other party is entitled to a real estate commission upon the
closing of this sale.

          14.       Closing.

                  a.      Date of Closing. Unless the parties otherwise mutually agree, the closing
          shall be held within 60 days of the date of this Agreement (“Date of Closing”). The
          closing shall be held at a mutually convenient location.

                  b.     Costs. The costs associated with this Agreement and the closing shall be
          paid as follows:

                           i.            City shall pay the premium for the owner’s policy of title
                    insurance;

                          ii.     Buyer shall be responsible to pay for the recording of the Memo of
                    Land Contract;

                          iii.     Buyer shall pay for the cost of recording the quit claim deed upon
                    completion of the Land Contract;

                              iv.    City and Buyer shall pay equal portions (50% each) of the cost
                              associated with the title company closing this transaction.

                 c.     Deliveries. At closing, City shall deliver the following documents in a
          form reasonably satisfactory to Buyer.

                              i.         The Memo of Land Contract for the Premises;

                              ii.        The Land Contract for the Premises.

          15.       Possession. Possession of the Premises is to be transferred to Buyer subject to the
Lease.

        16.     Risk of Loss. Until the time of closing, risk of loss because of the damage to or
destruction of any improvements located on the Premises shall be solely that of City, except to
the extent that Buyer caused the damage or destruction. Any damage to or destruction of any
improvements located on the Premises prior to closing shall not act to terminate this Agreement
and the closing shall proceed as scheduled. In the event the improvements located on the
Premises are damaged prior to the date of closing, the City shall retain any insurance proceeds to
be received by City because of said damage or other destruction.




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        17.     Notice. All notices and other deliveries required under this Agreement shall be
made and given to the appropriate party, or the office of the party, at the address set forth above
or at such other address as may hereafter be specified by such parties by written notice from time
to time. Notices shall be effective on the date of receipt, if given by hand, express delivery or
recognized courier service. Notices given by certified mail shall be deemed effective three
business days after the date of deposit in an authorized postal facility, as shown by its receipt for
certified mail. Either party may designate a telephone number to be used for fax notices to such
party, in which event any notice transmitted to such number shall be effective on the date shown
in the printed confirmation of such transmission, free of error, generated by the sender’s
machine.

          18.       Miscellaneous.

                 a.     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.

                  b.      Entire Agreement. This Agreement 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.

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

                 d.       Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in two or more
          counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original as against any party whose
          signature appears thereon, and all of which together shall constitute one and the same
          instrument. This Agreement shall become binding upon the parties when one or more
          counterparts, individually or taken together, shall bear the signatures of all parties.

                  e.      Non-Waiver. No waiver by any party of any provision of this Agreement
          shall constitute a waiver by such party of such provision on any other occasion or a
          waiver by such party of any other provision of this Agreement.

                  f.     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.

                 g.      Assignment or Delegation. Except as otherwise specifically set forth in
          this Agreement, Buyer shall not assign all or any portion of their rights and obligations
          contained in this Agreement without the express prior written approval of City, which
          approval may be withheld in City’s sole discretion.




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

                   i.      Survival of Representations and Warranties. The representations,
          warranties, covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement and in any instrument
          provided for in this Agreement shall survive the closing date and continue in full force
          and effect after the consummation of this purchase and sale and continue until all
          liabilities of Buyer have been fully satisfied.

          This Agreement is executed effective as of the date set forth above.

CITY:                                                               BUYER:

THE CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                297 CLAY CONDOMINIUM OWNERS
                                                                    ASSOCIATION

By:_________________________________
Name: Stephen Warmington                                            By: ______________________________
Title: Mayor                                                        Name:
                                                                    Title:
By: ______________________________
Name: Ann Marie Becker, MMC
Title: Clerk




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   Exhibit A
Legal Description
      Exhibit B
Lease and Assignment
     Exhibit C
Easement Agreement
  Exhibit D
Land Contract
     Exhibit E
Memo of Land Contract
                                     LAND CONTRACT

        This Contract is entered into on this _____ day of _______________, 2009, between the
City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal corporation, with offices located at 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, Michigan, 49440 (“City”) and 297 Clay Condominium Owners Association, a
Michigan nonprofit corporation, of PO Box 282, Muskegon, Michigan 49443 (“Buyer”), upon
the following terms and conditions:

       1.     Description of Premises. The City agrees to sell to the Buyer land commonly
known as 274 W. Webster, in the City of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan, and legally
described on Exhibit A, together with all improvements, appurtenances, tenements and
hereditaments (the “Premises”), but subject to easements and restrictions of record and zoning
laws and ordinances affecting the Premises.

        2.     Purchase Subject to Lease. The Buyer takes the Premises subject to a 1983
lease between the City and Clayhouse Associates (“Lease”). Said Lease was subsequently
assigned by Clayhouse Associates to Bruce E. Bytwerk and Kathryn Bytwerk in 1993 (the
“Assignment”).

       3.      Purchase Conditional Upon Grant of Easement. As a condition to closing,
Buyer shall execute the public utility easement agreement attached hereto as Exhibit B.

        4.     Price and Terms. The Buyer agrees to purchase the Premises from the City and
to pay a purchase price of $____________, of which the sum of five thousand dollars
($5,000.00) has been paid. The Buyer agrees to pay to the City the balance of the purchase price,
$____________, together with interest on any principal from time to time unpaid, in the
following manner:

       In consecutive monthly installments of $___________ or more at Buyer’s option, interest
       included, for 10 years, commencing on ___________ 1, 2009 and like payments on the
       1st day of each and every month thereafter, until ______________ 1, 2019, when the
       entire amount of principal and interest due hereunder shall be paid in full.

        The interest mentioned above shall be at the rate of 5% per annum, from the date of this
contract and computed monthly and first deducted from each payment with the remainder
applied to principal. Any payment of principal and interest not paid when due shall be assessed a
one-time late charge of $50.00. The late charge shall be separate amounts owed under this
Contract and shall be due and payable immediately upon the occurrence of the default.
Acceptance of any late charge does not constitute a waiver of Buyer’s default with respect to the
overdue amount, or prevent City from exercising any remedy available to City for Buyer’s
default. All payments shall be made at City’s address set forth above, or wherever otherwise
directed by the City.

       Money received by City from Buyer shall be applied to Buyer’s account in the following
order: a) to satisfy any unpaid late fees, dishonored check fees and any other fees owed by
Buyer; b) to pay for any insurance premiums, taxes or special assessments that Buyer has failed


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to maintain; c) to outstanding legal fees and/or court costs legally chargeable to Buyer; d)
interest due; e) principal.

        5.      Possession. The Buyer shall receive possession, subject to the Lease, of the
Premises on the date of this Contract and shall be entitled to retain possession only so long as
there is no default by Buyer in carrying out the terms and conditions of this Contract.

        6.      Waste. The Buyer shall at all times maintain the Premises in the same condition
as it was in on the date of giving possession, reasonable wear and tear excepted, and the Buyer
shall not commit or suffer any other person to commit waste or, without the consent of the City
in writing, remove, change or demolish the improvements on the Premises in a way which may
diminish City’s security. Buyer shall be permitted to make improvements to the Premises.

        7.      Taxes. The Buyer shall pay all taxes and special assessments upon the Premises
which shall become due and payable after the date of this Contract before they become subject to
penalties, and shall produce evidence of the payment to the City on demand.

        8.      Insurance. The Buyer shall obtain and keep in force liability coverage insurance
in the name of the City covering the Premises with a loss payable clause or other endorsement
making the proceeds payable to the City and Buyer as their respective interests may appear, with
insurers satisfactory to the City in an amount not less than the insurable value of the Premises,
and shall deliver copies of the insurance policies to the City with premium paid.

        9.       Disposition of Insurance Proceeds. In case of loss or damage as a result of
which insurance proceeds are available in an amount sufficient to repair the Premises, Buyer has
the right to elect to use the insurance proceeds to repair. In order to elect to exercise the right,
Buyer must give City written notice of the election within 60 days of the loss or damage. If
election is made, the insurance proceeds shall be used for that purpose. In the event the
insurance proceeds are not sufficient to repair the Premises, Buyer may elect to use the proceeds
to repair or rebuild by giving written notice of the election within 60 days of the loss or damage,
and along with the notice, deposit with City an amount sufficient to provide for full payment of
the repair. If the election, and deposit if required, are not timely made, the insurance proceeds
shall be applied on this Contract. If the insurance proceeds exceed the amount required for
repairing, the excess shall be applied first toward the satisfaction of any existing defaults under
the terms of this Contract, and then as a prepayment upon the principal balance owing, without
penalty, notwithstanding any other provision to the contrary. The prepayment shall not defer the
time for payment of any remaining payments required under paragraph 2. Any surplus of
proceeds in excess of the balance owing on this Contract, shall be paid to Buyer.

       10.     Insurance and/or Tax Default. In case of failure of the Buyer to obtain,
maintain, or deliver policies of insurance or to pay taxes or special assessments payable by the
Buyer, the City may:

              a.      Pay the insurance premiums, taxes or special assessments and add them to
       the unpaid balance on the contract, or

              b.      Pay the insurance premiums, taxes or special assessments and treat
       Buyer’s failure to pay them as a default, or


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              c.      Not pay the insurance premiums, taxes or special assessments and treat
       Buyer’s failure to pay them as a default.

       11.     Enforcement on Default. If the Buyer shall fail to perform any of the covenants
or conditions contained in this Contract on or before the date on which the performance is
required, the City may:

               a.      give the Buyer a written notice specifying the default and informing the
       Buyer that if the default continues for a period of 60 days after the date of the default that
       the City will without further notice declare the entire balance due and payable, and
       proceed according to the common law or the statutes of the State of Michigan; or

               b.       not declare the entire balance due and payable, and proceed according to
       the statutes of the State of Michigan including, but not limited to, the right of City to
       declare a forfeiture in consequence of the nonpayment of any money required to be paid
       under the Contract or any other breach of the Contract, but in the event the City elects to
       proceed under this sub-paragraph the City shall give the Buyer a written notice of
       forfeiture specifying the default which has occurred and shall give the Buyer a period of
       fifteen days after service of the notice of forfeiture to cure the default.

       12.    Assignment. Either party may assign, sell, or convey an interest in this Contract,
but shall immediately give written notice to the other party of the action, which notice shall give
the name and address of the new party. No assignment, sale, or conveyance, shall release the
Buyer from obligations under the provisions of this Contract unless City releases the Buyer in
writing.

       13.    Buyer’s Acceptance of Title and Premises. The Buyer acknowledges having
been previously advised to request an attorney at law to examine a policy of title insurance or
binder covering the Premises, dated _____________________ ___, 2009, by LandAmerica
Transnation Title, commitment number __________________, and agrees to accept as
merchantable the title now disclosed thereby.

        14.     Conveyance. Upon full, final payment of principal and interest of this Contract
within the time and the manner required by this Contract, together with all other sums chargeable
against the Buyer, and upon full performance of the covenants and agreements of the Buyer, the
City shall convey the Premises to the Buyer or the Buyer’s legal representative, successors, or
assigns by quitclaim deed, subject to easements and restrictions of record and free from all other
encumbrances except those, if any, as shall have been expressly assumed by the Buyer, including
the existing lease, and except those, if any, as shall then have arisen through the acts of
negligence of the Buyer or others holding through the Buyer. Buyer shall be responsible for the
payment of the real estate transfer taxes due at the time of the delivery of the quitclaim deed.

        15.     Service of Notices. All notices and other deliveries required under this
Agreement shall be made and given to the appropriate party, or the office of the party, at the
address set forth above or at such other address as may hereafter be specified by such parties by
written notice from time to time. Notices shall be effective on the date of receipt, if given by
hand, express delivery or recognized courier service. Notices given by certified mail shall be



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deemed effective three business days after the date of deposit in an authorized postal facility, as
shown by its receipt for certified mail. Either party may designate a telephone number to be used
for fax notices to such party, in which event any notice transmitted to such number shall be
effective on the date shown in the printed confirmation of such transmission, free of error,
generated by the sender’s machine.

        16.    Time of Essence. It is expressly understood and agreed that time shall be deemed
of the essence of this Contract. Failure of the City to exercise any right hereunder upon default
of the Buyer shall not constitute a waiver of any such rights and shall not prevent the City from
exercising any rights upon subsequent default.

      17.     Termination. The term of this Contract shall terminate upon the date the last
payment is due as set forth in paragraph 2 unless it shall sooner be terminated by its terms.

        18.     Binding Effect. The covenants and agreements of this Contract shall bind the
heirs, assigns, and successors of the respective parties.

        19.     Effective Date. The parties have signed this Contract in duplicate and it shall be
effective as of the day and year first above written.


CITY:                                             BUYER:

THE CITY OF MUSKEGON                              297 CLAY CONDOMINIUM OWNERS
                                                  ASSOCIATION

By:_________________________________
Name: Stephen Warmington                          By: ______________________________
Title: Mayor                                      Name:
Dated: __________________, 2009                   Title:
                                                  Dated: __________________, 2009

By: ______________________________
Name: Ann Marie Becker, MMC
Title: Clerk
Dated: __________________, 2009




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   Exhibit A
Legal Description
     Exhibit B
Easement Agreement
                                             EASEMENT AGREEMENT


       This Easement Agreement is made _____________________ ___, 2009, between 297
Clay Condominium Owners Association (“Association”), a Michigan nonprofit corporation, of
PO Box 282, Muskegon, Michigan 49443 with permission of the City of Muskegon, a Michigan
municipal corporation, of 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49440 (“City”) as Grantor
and the City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal corporation, of 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon,
Michigan 49440 (“Grantee”) as follows:

                                                         Background

      A.      City owns certain real estate located in the City of Muskegon, Muskegon County,
Michigan, specifically described on the attached Exhibit A (“Premises”).

          B.        Association desires to purchase Premises pursuant to a land contract from City.

        C.       City desires to sell the Premises to Association, but wishes to retain an easement
for the purpose of constructing, installing, maintaining, repairing, reconstructing and servicing
public utilities on, over, under and across a portion of the Premises, specifically described on the
attached Exhibit B (“Easement Property”).

       D.      Association, as land contract vendee, with the consent of the City, as land contract
vendor, collectively desire to grant the City as Grantee an easement on, over, under, across and
through a portion of the Premises for Grantee's desired purposes.

       In consideration of the mutual promises of the parties set forth in this Agreement
and other valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of which are acknowledged, the
parties agree as follows:

       1.     Grant of Easement. In consideration of payment by Grantee to Association in
the amount of $1.00 and other valuable consideration, Association grants to Grantee on
exclusive easement on, over, under, across and through the Easement Property (the “Easement”).

         2.     Purpose. The Easement will be used by Grantee for purposes of constructing,
installing, maintaining, repairing, reconstructing and servicing public utilities.


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        3.     Structures. No permanent or temporary structures of any kind shall be erected in
the easement granted by this conveyance, and Association shall take no action to interfere with
Grantee's activities or facilities in the easement. Association retains all of its other respective
property rights in the easement property, including, but not limited to, the right to utilize the
property, except as limited herein. The paving of any portion of the easement shall not constitute
either a permanent or temporary "structure" within the meaning of this agreement.

        4.      Warranty of Parties. The parties warrant that they have the right and authority
to enter into this Easement Agreement.

        5.     Repair. On completion of the construction, maintenance, replacement or repairs,
the Grantee will restore the easement property to a similar condition as it was prior to such
construction, maintenance, replacement or repairs without cost to Association. The Grantee
shall use reasonable care to protect landscaping and any paved roadway and shall restore to
grade all lawn areas and repave with like quality material any paved areas in the easementway,
damaged by the Grantee's exercise of its rights under the easement.

       6.     Binding Effect. This Easement Agreement shall bind the parties, and their
successors and assigns.

      7.    Recording. The parties shall record this Easement Agreement with the
Muskegon County Register of Deeds, and Grantee shall pay all recording costs.

       8.     Michigan Law. This Easement Agreement shall be construed and enforced in
accordance with the laws of the State of Michigan applicable to contracts made and to be
performed within the State of Michigan.

        9.      Entire Agreement. This Easement Agreement and the attached exhibit constitute
the entire agreement as to this matter between the parties and supersedes all prior agreements
and understandings, both written and oral, with respect to the subject matter hereof.

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          This Easement Agreement was entered into on the date set forth above.

                                                             297 Clay Condominium Owners Association, a
                                                             Michigan nonprofit corporation

                                                             By: ______________________________________
                                                             Its: President

                                                             With permission of:
                                                             City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal
                                                             corporation

                                                             By: ______________________________________
                                                                 Stephen J. Warmington, Mayor

                                                             By: ______________________________________
                                                                 Ann Marie Becker, MMC, Clerk


                                                             GRANTEE:
                                                             City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal
                                                             corporation

                                                             By: ______________________________________
                                                                 Stephen J. Warmington, Mayor

                                                             By: ______________________________________
                                                                 Ann Marie Becker, MMC, Clerk



STATE OF MICHIGAN
COUNTY OF MUSKEGON
       On _________________ ___, 2009, before me, a notary public, personally appeared
_________________________________, President of 297 Clay Condominium Owners
Association, a Michigan nonprofit corporation, who acknowledged the execution of the within
instrument on behalf of 297 Clay Condominium Owners Association.

                                                                       ____________________________________
                                                                       _____________________, Notary Public
                                                                       Muskegon County, Michigan
                                                                       My Comm. Expires: ___________________
                                                                       Acting in Muskegon County, Michigan



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STATE OF MICHIGAN
COUNTY OF MUSKEGON
        On _______________________ ___, 2009, before me a notary public, personally
appeared Stephen J. Warmington, Mayor, and Ann Marie Becker, MMC, Clerk, of the City
of Muskegon, a Michigan Municipal Corporation, who acknowledged the above instrument on
behalf of the City of Muskegon.

                                                                       ___________________________________
                                                                       _____________________, Notary Public
                                                                       Muskegon County, Michigan
                                                                       My Comm. Expires: ___________________
                                                                       Acting in Muskegon County, Michigan



PREPARED BY AND WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO:
John C. Schrier
PARMENTER O'TOOLE, P.O. Box 786, Muskegon, MI 49443-0786




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                                                     Exhibit A
                                            Legal Description of Premises




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                                                    Exhibit B
                                     Legal Description of Easement Property




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                              MEMORANDUM OF LAND CONTRACT

       This Memorandum of Land Contract made this ____ day of ___________________, 2009, by
and between the City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal corporation, with offices located at
933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, 49440 (“City”) and 297 Clay Condominium Owners
Association, a Michigan nonprofit corporation, of PO Box 282, Muskegon, Michigan 49443
(“Buyer”).

        1.        In consideration of the sum of money to be paid by Buyer to City and of the covenants to
be performed by Buyer as set forth in a certain land contract of even date (“Land Contract”), City has
agreed to sell to Buyer land commonly known as 274 W. Webster, in the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan and described as (“Premises”):

        See Exhibit A

      All of the terms, covenants and conditions contained in the Land Contract are incorporated in this
Memorandum by reference with like effect as if set forth in this Memorandum verbatim.

       2.      Buyer, in consideration of the covenants made by City in the Land Contract has agreed to
purchase from City the Premises and to pay therefor to City the sum of money set forth in the Land
Contract.

        3.      The purpose of this Memorandum is to give notice of the existence of the Land Contract
to purchase and sell the Premises and the rights of the parties under the Land Contract.

        4.   This instrument is exempt from state and county transfer taxes pursuant to
MCL 207.526(o) and MCL 207.505(m).

        The parties have executed this Memorandum on the date set forth above.

*Signatures appear on the next page.
CITY:                                              BUYER:

THE CITY OF MUSKEGON                               297 CLAY CONDOMINIUM OWNERS
                                                   ASSOCIATION

By:_________________________________
Name: Stephen Warmington                           By: ______________________________
Title: Mayor                                       Name:
Dated: __________________, 2009                    Title: President
                                                   Dated: __________________, 2009

By: ______________________________
Name: Ann Marie Becker, MMC
Title: Clerk
Dated: __________________, 2009

STATE OF MICHIGAN)
COUNTY OF MUSKEGON)

       On this ____ day of __________________, 2009, before me, a notary public in and for said
County, personally appeared Stephen Warmington and Ann Marie Becker, the Mayor and City
Clerk, respectively, of the City of Muskegon, a municipal corporation, on behalf of the City.

                                                      ____________________________________
                                                                              , Notary Public
                                                      Muskegon County, Michigan
                                                      My Commission Expires:
                                                      Acting in the County of Muskegon
STATE OF MICHIGAN)
COUNTY OF MUSKEGON)

       On this ____ day of __________________, 2009, before me, a notary public in and for said
County, personally appeared __________________________________________, President, on behalf of
297 Clay Condominium Owners Association, a Michigan nonprofit corporation.


                                                      ____________________________________
                                                                              , Notary Public
                                                      Muskegon County, Michigan
                                                      My Commission Expires:
                                                      Acting in the County of Muskegon
Prepared by and when recorded return to:
Parmenter O’Toole
By: John C. Schrier
P.O. Box 786
Muskegon, MI 49443-0786
   Exhibit A
Legal Description
                           AGENDA ITEM NO. ___________________

                CITY COMMISSION MEETING __________________________




TO:          Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:        Bryon L. Mazade, City Manager

DATE:        March 25, 2009

RE:          Collective Bargaining Agreement with Service Employees International Union
             (SEIU) Local 517M, Unit 2, for Years 2009 - 2011



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To approve the tentative agreements with SEIU Local 517M, Unit 2, for years 2009 - 2011.




FINANCIAL IMPACT:
Information provided separately.




BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None.




STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To approve the tentative agreements and authorize the Mayor and Clerk to execute the
agreement.




COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
None.




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