City Commission Packet 03-24-2009

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  CITY OF MUSKEGON
   CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                   MARCH 24, 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. Traffic Department Materials and Services 2009. PUBLIC WORKS
  C. Aggregates, Highway Maintenance Materials and Concrete. PUBLIC
     WORKS
  D. Budgeted Vehicle Replacement – Two Ford F-450s. PUBLIC WORKS
  E. Budgeted Vehicle Replacement – One Ford F-350 and Two Ford F-350
     4X4. PUBLIC WORKS
  F. Request to Apply for a Grant for McGraft Park Building. CITY CLERK
  G. Resolution Regarding Spending of Stimulus Funds. CITY MANAGER
  H. Clearwell Valve Replacement. WATER FILTRATION
  I. Maintenance Agreement/Rite-Way Plumbing and Heating.            PUBLIC
     SAFETY
  J. Purchase of 519 Orchard and 525 Orchard.              COMMUNITY &
     NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
  K. Sanitary Pump Station at Hartshorn Marina. PUBLIC WORKS/MARINA
PUBLIC HEARINGS:
COMMUNICATIONS:
CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:
   UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
       A. Padlock Ordinance – 287 McLaughlin. CITY MANAGER
       B. Recommendation for Annual Renewal of Liquor Licenses – Cuti’s Sports
          Bar & Grill, Muskegon Recreational Club, and City Café. CITY CLERK
       C. Recommendation for Denial of Liquor License Renewal for H&J Dollar.
          CITY CLERK
   NEW BUSINESS:
       A. 2009-2010 CDBG/HOME Partnership Program Allocations. COMMUNITY
          & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
       B. Approval of Loan in the Amount of $30,000 to Great Lakes Die Cast.
          PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
       C. Request to Revoke the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Exemption
          Certificate at 585 W. Clay. PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
       D. Consideration              of    Bids      for    Merrill      Avenue,         Seventh        to   Sixth.
          ENGINEERING
       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)
                 312 Cross Ave. – Garage (Area 11)
                 724 E. Isabella Ave. (Area 11)
                 642 McLaughlin Ave. – Home and Garage
                 1505 Lakeshore Dr. – Garage
       F. Presentation by Kathy Evans – Proposed Shoreline Habitat Restoration
          and Public Access Improvements Projects.
   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:     March 24, 2009
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:     Ann Marie Becker, City Clerk
RE:       Approval of Minutes




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.
                                         City of Muskegon
                                   City Commission Worksession
                                          March 9, 2009
                                    City Commission Chambers
                                              5:30 PM

                                            MINUTES

2009-20
Present: Commissioners Warmington, Wierengo, Shepherd, Wisneski, Gawron, Carter, and
Spataro.
Absent: None.

Muskegon Public School Bond Issue. Colin Armstrong
Colin Armstrong presented a proposal in which Muskegon Public Schools is asking for a 5.7 mill
for a bond proposal to purchase computers, upkeep on the school buildings, as well as other
improvements. A special election will be held on May 5, 2009.

Muskegon Summer Celebration Payment Plan Request. City Manager
Joe Austin and Tim Achterhof presented a letter requesting approval of a payment plan for
Muskegon Summer Celebration indicating even though ticket sales were large last year, artists’
fees have increased dramatically.

Bryon Mazade disclosed that he is chairman of the Muskegon Summer Celebration board.

Mayor Warmington disclosed that he is chairman of Muskegon Bike Time board and find they
are in a similar position.

Moved by Commissioner Shepherd, supported by Commissioner Spataro to approve
Muskegon Summer Celebration’s request for a payment plan of city fees incurred in 2008
that will include a $20,000 payment by June 1, 2009 and the remainder of the balance by
September 30, 2009.

                                                                       ROLL CALL VOTE:

Ayes: Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, and Wierengo.
Nays: None.

                                                                       MOTION PASSES.

Charter Amendments. City Manager
City Commissioners have been asked to consider possible charter amendments. A list of
possible charter changes are as follows:

Changes in the city’s fiscal year to align with the federal, state, and county fiscal years.
Change from winter to summer tax collections.

Eliminate the August Primary for City Commissioners.

Modify or eliminate the city’s civil service system.

A reduction in the number of days that the Board of Review holds session to better align with the
session of other local units.

A release of certain properties from the “Charter Park” restriction.

Commissioners asked that a plan be presented that would take the place of the current civil
service system if it is replaced.

Mr. Mazade will provide a list of charter parks to the City Commissioners.

This item will be placed on the April worksession for consideration.

2009-2010 Healthcare Program. Finance
Mr. Tim Paul, Finance Director, presented the proposed 2009-2010 healthcare program. Citing
rising costs, several changes are being recommended to the current program. It is hoped that the
changes will keep premiums at approximately the same rate for 2009-2010.

Any Other Business.
Public participation was accepted.

Adjournment
Motion by Commissioner Carter, seconded by Commissioner Shepherd to adjourn at 6:30
p.m.

                                                                       MOTION PASSES



                                                             ________________________
                                                              Ann Marie Becker, MMC
                                                                   City Clerk
     CITY OF MUSKEGON
       CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                      MARCH 10, 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 10, 2009.
Mayor Warmington opened the meeting with a prayer from George Monroe
from the Evanston Avenue Baptist Church 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 Lawrence Spataro, Sue Wierengo, Steve Wisneski, Chris Carter,
and Clara Shepherd (arrived at 5:35), City Manager Bryon Mazade, City
Attorney John Schrier, and City Clerk Ann Marie Becker.
2009-21 HONORS AND AWARDS:
     A. Outstanding Citizenship Awards.
Commissioner Wierengo presented Outstanding Citizenship Awards to Justin
Brownlee, Jane Buthker and Bernadette Young.
2009-22 CONSENT AGENDA:
     A. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the Regular Commission
Meeting that was held on Tuesday, February 24th, and the Goal Setting Session
that was held on Thursday, February 19th.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
     B. 2009/2010 Goals. CITY MANAGER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the proposed 2009/2010 City goals as
discussed at the City Commission goal setting session on February 19, 2009.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Varies, depending on each goal.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the list of proposed goals.
      C. Control System Software Configuration to Terminal Services.      WATER
         FILTRATION
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To enter into an agreement with our consultant, Tetra
Tech, for programming and software configuration for terminal services at the
Water Filtration Plant.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The cost for this service is $9,800.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None, this project is included in the 2009 budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends the Mayor and Commission
endorse the proposal from Tetra Tech for programming and software
configuration for terminal services at the Water Filtration Plant.
      D. Contract Extension Agreement – One Year Street Sweeping Contract
         for 2009. PUBLIC WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To enter into a one-year contractual agreement with
TRI-US SERVICES, INC. to provide street sweeping services for 2009.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: $148,981.60 cost for one-year contract. Funds to cover all
expenses are budgeted. Trunkline expenses are reimbursed by State funding.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None; monies appropriated in Highway and State
trunkline budgets.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve request to contract out service for one-
year extension as specified in previous contract.
      E. Memorandum of Understanding – Muskegon Public Schools. PUBLIC
         SAFETY
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Director of Public Safety is requesting approval to
sign a Memorandum of Understanding with the Muskegon Public Schools for a
Safe Schools/Healthy Students Project. This is a collaborative effort between the
Muskegon Public Schools, Muskegon County Community Mental Health, the
Family Division of the 14th Circuit Court, the State of Michigan Department of
Human Services and our police department. By signing this agreement, the
department agrees to assist the school district in providing leadership, support
and resources to achieve the project priority of implementing a community-
wide plan designed to create safe school environments.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the agreement.
      F. Contractual Agreement – Michigan Department of State.            PUBLIC
         SAFETY
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Director of Public Safety is requesting approval to
enter into an agreement with the Michigan Department of State whereby the
Department of State will provide driver, vehicle, and related information to the
City. The purpose for entering into this agreement is to assist code enforcers with
obtaining accurate information to meet district court requirements when
completing civil infraction citations.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the agreement.
      I. Engineering Services (Design & Inspection) for Smith Ryerson Park.
         ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize staff to enter into an engineering services
agreement with Sidock Group out of Muskegon to provide design and
construction management to improve/upgrade Smith Ryerson Park as required
by the MDNR’s grant for a not to exceed fee of $49,438.50.
Sidock is being recommended after review and evaluation of proposals from
eleven qualified consulting firms. While all proposals were worthy, staff’s
recommendation focused on experience of the project team on similar
projects; reasonableness of the proposed fee and associated hours; scope of
services to be provided as well as statement of understanding.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:      $49,438.50 plus an additional 5% of in-house project
management.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time as this project was budgeted for in
the 2009 CIP.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to enter into an engineering services
agreement with Sidock Group.
      J. Amend the Uniform Agreement with Arrow Uniform. PUBLIC WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize staff to amend the contract with Arrow
Uniform to suspend the cleaning service they provide for the shop towels and
mats for the period between March 11, 2009, until February 28, 2010, and to
extend their contract for the aforementioned services until the end of
December 2012 instead of August 2012.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Minimal; the shop towels and mats are just changing from
Arrow Uniform to Model Coverall for most of 2009 to satisfy previous contract on
the advice of the City Attorney.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to amend the contract with Arrow
Uniform.
      K. Grant Applications for Safety Funds. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize staff to submit the following projects for
possible Safety Funds in 2010:
      1. Intersection of Laketon & Henry to improve skid resistance at $200,000
         total cost of which $50,000 is the local match.
      2. Upgrade the traffic signals to box span on Laketon @ Hoyt, Getty and
         Roberts for an estimated total cost of $240,000 of which $60,000 is the
         local match.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: A local match of $110,000 (25%) will be required for all
projects and will be budgeted for in 2010.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time; should either or both be
approved for grants, they will be listed in the 2010 budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to submit the application(s).
      L. Maintenance Agreement with Trane for City Hall Chiller. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize staff to enter into a five-year service
agreement with Trane starting May 1, 2009, and ending April 30, 2014, to perform
scheduled maintenance such as annual maintenance, operating inspection, oil
analysis, condenser wash and vibration analysis on the chiller at City Hall. The
five year fee structure is: First year $2,197; second year $2,263; third year $2,263;
fourth year $2,330; and the fifth year $2,330 for a total contract price of $11,383.
Trane is being recommended since they are the soul source for the brand of
chiller at City Hall.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The total value of the contract of $11,383.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to enter into a five-year maintenance
contract with Trane starting May 1, 2009, and ending April 30, 2014.
      M. Consideration of Bids for Hackley Avenue, Hudson to Seaway.
         ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Award the Hackley Street project, H-1560 & W-712, to
Felco Contractors out of Muskegon since they were the lowest responsible
bidder with a total bid price of $240,235.50.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The construction cost of $240,235.50 plus engineering cost
which is estimated at an additional 15%.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Award the contract to Felco Contractors.
      N. Consideration of Bids for Wood Street, Isabella to Apple. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Award the Wood Street project, H-1651 & W-716, to
Felco Contractors out of Muskegon since they were the lowest responsible
bidder with a total bid price of $116,954.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The construction cost of $116,954 plus engineering cost
which is estimated at an additional 15%.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time, however, the first quarter forecast
for 2009 will be modified to add the cost for the watermain replacement.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Award the contract to Felco Contractors.
     O. Accept Resignation and        Make    Appointments   to   Boards   and
        Committees. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To accept the resignation of Clement Coulombe from
the Land Reutilization Committee and appoint Chet Kordecki; appoint
Muhammad Hakeem to the CDBG-Citizen’s District Council; Catherine Lindland
Young to Public Relations; and Leroy Lockhart to the Equal Opportunity
Committee.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.
Motion by Commissioner Carter, second by Commissioner Wierengo to approve
the Consent Agenda as read minus items G and H.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter,
           and Gawron
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2009-23 ITEMS REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA:
      G. Liquor License Transfer Request for Kwik-Way Mart, 45 E. Muskegon
         Avenue. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:         The Liquor Control Commission is seeking local
recommendation on a request from Almajeed, Inc., to transfer ownership of the
2008 SDD and SDM Licensed Business located at 45 E. Muskegon Avenue from
Betak Enterprises III, Inc.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: All departments are recommending approval.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to approve
the liquor license transfer request for Kwik-Way Mart at 45 E. Muskegon from
Betak Enterprises III, Inc., to Almajeed, Inc.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron,
           and Shepherd
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      H. Gaming License Request – West Michigan Veterans, Inc. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: West Michigan Veterans, Inc. is requesting a resolution
recognizing them as a non-profit organization operating in the City for the
purpose of obtaining a Gaming License. They have been recognized as a
501(c)(3) organization by the State.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to approve
the Gaming License request from West Michigan Veterans, Inc.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd,
           and Spataro
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2009-24 PUBLIC HEARINGS:
      A. Recommendation for Annual Renewal of Liquor Licenses. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To adopt a resolution recommending non-renewal of
those liquor license establishments who are in violation of Section 50-146 and 50-
147 of the Code of Ordinances for the City of Muskegon. These establishments
have been found to be in non-compliance with the City Code of Ordinances
and renewal of their liquor licenses should not be recommended by the City
Commission. If any of these establishments come into compliance by March 23,
2009, they will be removed from this resolution, and recommendation for their
renewal will be forwarded to the Liquor Control Commission.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Adoption of the resolution.
The Public Hearing opened to hear and consider any comments from the
public. Comments were heard from Bill Grimm, 4572 W. Giles, representing
Muskegon Recreational Club.
Motion by Commissioner Carter, second by Commissioner Spataro to close the
Public Hearing and approve the recommendation for denial of the renewal of
the liquor license for Elk’s Charity Lodge, City Café, Clay Avenue Cellars, Cuti’s
Sports Bar & Grill, Muskegon Family Foods, Muskegon Recreational Club, and
Wesco Inc.
Motion amended by Commissioner Carter, and second amended by
Commissioner Spataro to exclude City Café, Cuti’s Sports Bar & Grill, and
Muskegon Recreational Club until the March 24, 2009, Commission Meeting.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, and
           Warmington
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSED
2009-25 NEW BUSINESS:
      A. Approval of the 2009-2010           Action   Plan.     COMMUNITY       &
         NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the 2009-2010 Action Plan for the City of
Muskegon Community Development Block Grant/HOME Partnership Program
activity. If the Action Plan is approved, the Community and Neighborhood
Services office will continue the comment period of the Action Plan as
amended if needed until April 17, 2009.
On or after April 17, 2009, the Community and Neighborhood Services office will
deliver the Action Plan to the United States Department of Housing and Urban
Development as required in order to request the Release of Funds for the 2009-
2010 fiscal year. The final allocation amounts approved by the Action Plan will
be amended to the document.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:    Action Plan establishes the 2009-2010 Community
Development Block Grant and HOME budgets.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time, budget established by Action
Plan.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the Action Plan as is or as to be
amended by the Commissions final decision.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Commission received both the Citizen
District Council and the Administration recommendations.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Carter to approve
the 2009-2010 Action Plan.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Wisneski, Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington,
           and Wierengo
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      B. 2009-2010 CDBG/HOME and City Preliminary Decision. COMMUNITY &
         NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: CDBG/HOME 2009-2010 recommendation, submitted
by both the administration and the Citizen’s District Council during the public
hearing held at the last meeting on February 24, 2009.
In reference to the 2009-2010 CDBG/HOME allocation funding which is
designated to be $984,207 and $290,049 respectively, excluding any program
income and reprogrammed funding.
The Commission is being asked to make their preliminary decision on what items
should be funded and at what amounts. The City Commission will be asked to
make their final decision on March 24, 2009.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The 2009-2010 allocations will be based on the City
Commission final decision.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Was given to the Commission prior to the Public
Hearing.
Motion by Vice Mayor Gawron, second by Commissioner Shepherd to base the
preliminary decision based on the recommendation by the Citizen’s District
Council for the 2009-2010 CDBG/HOME funds pending our final decision on
March 24, 2009.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Carter, Gawron, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo,
           and Wisneski
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      C. Seasonal and Temporary Services Provider Contract. CIVIL SERVICE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At the February 24, 2009, City Commission meeting, staff
requested and received approval to enter into contract negotiations with
GoodTemps Temporary Staffing Services. Negotiations with GoodTemps have
not been productive in cost reduction.
As a result, staff is working with another bidder in an effort to obtain a more cost-
effective contract with terms agreeable to the City.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The 2009 projected seasonal and temporary services cost is
approximately $700,000.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:         The 2009 budget allowed for the financial
resources.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff requests to update the City Commission on this
matter prior to the March 10 meeting.
Motion by Vice Mayor Gawron, second by Commissioner Wierengo to award
the 2009-2011 temporary and seasonal services provider contract to Beacon
Services.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes:     Gawron, Shepherd,      Spataro,   Warmington,   Wierengo,
           Wisneski, and Carter
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      D. Padlock Ordinance – 287 McLaughlin. CITY MANAGER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:         To approve initiating the process to consider
padlocking the residence at 287 McLaughlin, pursuant to City Ordinance 26-263
(Padlock Ordinance) and the request of the City’s Public Safety Director. It is
also requested that the City Commission delegate the responsibility for the
hearing required by City Ordinance to a hearing officer and that the City
Manager be authorized to appoint such hearing officer.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Costs associated with holding the hearing required by City
ordinance.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve initiation of the process to consider
padlocking the residence at 287 McLaughlin, delegate the hearing requirement
to a hearing officer, and authorize the City Manager to appoint the hearing
officer.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Shepherd to table
any action on enforcing the Padlock Ordinance regarding 287 McLaughlin until
the March 24, 2009, City Commission Meeting.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter,
           and Gawron
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      E. 2009-2010 Healthcare Program. FINANCE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: It is time to renew the City’s healthcare coverage for
the 2009-10 plan year. Healthcare costs continue to rise. Renewal rates for the
City’s current healthcare program initially came in at $930.99/employee/month,
11.5% higher than the current rate ($835.19). After going through a bid process
and exploring alternatives, staff recommends renewing coverage through
Priority Health, but making several program changes to control costs.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Current year cost of the healthcare program is $2,365,258.
Renewing the program “as is” would cost $2,636,564 in the coming year. With
implementation of the proposed changes, we estimate annualized costs to be
$2,392,554.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. Employee and retiree healthcare
costs are included in the 2009 budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize staff to execute documents with Priority
Health implementing the changes outlined in the memorandum.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Gawron to adopt the
recommended changes to the Priority Health healthcare coverage plan.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro, Warmington, Wierengo, Wisneski, Carter, Gawron,
           and Shepherd
           Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Comments were heard from the public.
ADJOURNMENT: The City Commission Meeting adjourned at 6:37 p.m.


                                        Respectfully submitted,




                                        Ann Marie Becker, MMC
                                        City Clerk
                           Agenda Item No. _________
              City Commission Meeting _________________

Date:           March 24, 2009
To:            Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:          Department of Public Works
Re:            Traffic Department Materials and Services 2009



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 ….…………………………………….$1,100.00                        approx.
Sign posts …………………………………………$4,000.00                          approx.
Ready Made Signs ……………………………….$2,000.00                       approx.
Centerline painting………………………………$17,000.00                     approx.


                                                   Total $24,100.00

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

Note, 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.
                                                                      City of Muskegon
                                                                      Traffic Department




Memo
 To :     Bob Kuhn
 From : John Dumouchel

 Cc:      Doug Sayles
 Date :   3-24-09
 Re :     Sign Materials & Services: Annual Contract



 Again this year we are requesting permission to bid jointly for our sign materials and services with the
 Muskegon County Road Commission as we have done the last eighteen years. They are getting ready to go out
 for bids on the following items and thus we do not have any actual quotes for 2009.
 For sign blanks:
                    2004              2005                  2006                  2007                  2008
  sign blanks       $1.56/sq. ft.     $1.85/sq. ft.         $2.20/sq.ft.          2.30/sq. ft.          2.41/sq. ft.


 For sign posts:
                      2004                2005                 2006                   2007                  2008
  2# x11'posts        $9.24/ea.           $10.10/ea.           $10.42/ea.             12.65/ea.             15.12/ea.
  3# x12'posts        $15.12/ea.          $16.53/ea.           $17.05/ea.             20.52/ea.             20.50/ea.




 For sheeting: Our standard has always been 3M sheeting, they are the only bid usually received by MCRC,
 they like us, use 3M sheeting exclusively, however we recently purchased our 3M roller, as did MCRC, and no
 longer have to buy a minimum order to keep the roller they originally gave to us to maintain the warranty on
 their sheeting. Other competitive sources are also bided out.

 Finished Signs: Most screened finished signs were purchased through competitive venders, but MCRC
 started to purchase these signs in the bid system several years for a considerable savings. We have purchased
 most signs this way the last five years and will continue to do so when purchasing in quantities.

 Centerline painting: In 1997 M&M Pavement Marking, Inc. was awarded the bid and has been awarded the
 contract every year since at the same unit prices until 2004 when a 6% increase incurred to cover rising fuel
 and material costs. These cost increased again in 2006 as much as 27%. MCRC went out for bids and as
 anticipated there were substantial increases in the three bids received but remained with M&M as they were the
 low bidder. Some years are also affected by our own engineering projects where some centerline painting is
 contracted to a different painter when the road project is finished.

  2004                    2005                2006                  2007                  2008
  $10,006 (M&M)           $11,666 (M&M)       $14,719 (M&M)         $15,382.51            $15752.94
                               AGENDA ITEM NO. __________

                    CITY COMMISSION MEETING ________________


TO:           Honorable Mayor and City Commission
FROM:         Department of Public Works
DATE:         March 24, 2009
SUBJECT:      Aggregates, Highway Maintenance Materials and Concrete

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.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:


COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
To:           The City Commission Through The City Manager
From:         Robert H. Kuhn, Director of Public Works
Date:         March 24, 2009
Subject:      2009 Aggregates, Highway Maintenance Materials, and Concrete


Requests for bids to provide road maintenance materials were solicited in The Chronicle and from vendors
on file. It is recommended that the vendor in bold print supply Public Works with product as needed in
2009. Funds have been appropriated for these purchases.

500 ton H1 & H2 Limestone Chip Blend ($17.50 in 2008; $494.34)

Verplank Trucking Co.        PO Box 8, Ferrysburg, MI 49409                    $16.50 per ton, delivered
Yellow Rose Transport        3531 Busch Dr., Grandville, MI 49418              $16.80 per ton, delivered


9,000 ton Road Slag 22-A Natural ($11.25 in 2008; $28,251.07)

Verplank Trucking Co.        PO Box 8, Ferrysburg, MI 49409                    $11.27 per ton, delivered
Yellow Rose Transport        3531 Busch Dr., Grandville, MI 49418              $11.82 per ton, delivered


500 tons Sylvax Patching Materials – UPM-CP-7, or ASTM Specification C-136 #9 or Statite CP-6,
or similar product ($82.00 in 2008; $25,405.20)

Asphalt Paving, Inc. 1000 E. Sherman Boulevard, Muskegon MI 49444-0190         $90.00 per ton, delivered
Rieth-Riley Construction Co. 867 Egypt Valley, Ada MI 49301                    $120.00 per ton, delivered

50,000 pounds Crack Sealant (block form) ($0.36 in 2008; $60,196.76)

ASI Manufacturing, LLC       1805 Industrial Park Dr., Grand Haven, MI 49417   $0.52 per pound, delivered


200 ton Bituminous Asphalt 4:12, Base ($49.00 in 2008; $899.62)

Asphalt Paving, Inc. 1000 E. Sherman Boulevard, Muskegon MI 49444-0190         $62.00 per ton, picked up
Rieth-Riley Construction Co.         724 E. Washington, Zeeland, MI            $54.00 per ton, picked up

       Note: Bid award based upon location. Requires approximately 2 hours travel time, keeping
       one/two employees unavailable during this time. Also do not have the equipment needed to keep
       the asphalt hot from Zeeland to Muskegon.
2009 Aggregates, Highway Maintenance Materials, and Concrete
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March 24, 2009

1,000 ton Bituminous Asphalt 4:12, Top ($50.00 in 2008; $54,525.24)

Asphalt Paving, Inc. 1000 E. Sherman Boulevard, Muskegon MI 49444-0190              $63.00 per ton, picked up
Rieth-Riley Construction Co.         724 E. Washington, Zeeland, MI                 $54.00 per ton, picked up


85,000 gallons Calcium Chloride 38% (road brine) ($0.42 in 2008; $20,051.61)

Great Lakes Chloride                  1012 E. Freesoil, Free Soil, MI 49660         $0.47 per gallon, spread
Great Lakes Chloride                  1012 E. Freesoil, Free Soil, MI 49660         $0.42 per gallon, storage


15,000 gallons Calcium Chloride 32% (winter salting) ($0.35 in 2008; $0.00)

Great Lakes Chloride                  1012 E. Freesoil, Free Soil, MI 49660         $0.41 per gallon, storage


500 yards Screened Top Soil ($10.00 in 2008; $2,875.95)

Verplank Trucking Co.                 PO Box 8, Ferrysburg, MI 49409         $9.13 per cubic yard, delivered
Felco Contractors, Inc.               856 Pulaski Ave., Muskegon, MI 49441   $10.00 per cubic yard, delivered
Yellow Rose Transport                 3531 Busch Dr., Grandville, MI 49418   $10.00 per ton, delivered


500 ton 2NS Sand ($6.45 in 2008; $6,027.41)

Yellow Rose Transport                 3531 Busch Dr., Grandville, MI 49418          $6.40 per ton, delivered
Verplank Trucking Co.                 PO Box 8, Ferrysburg, MI 49409                $6.75 per ton, delivered


Concrete mix as needed (7 Sack Mix $81.00* in 2008, $32,519.25)

Port City Redi-Mix                                           $81.00 per cubic yard, 7 Sack Mix, delivered
1780 Sheridan Road, Muskegon, MI 49442

Consumers Concrete                                           $91.00 per cubic yard, 7 Sack Mix, delivered
4400 E. Evanston Avenue, Muskegon MI 49442

*The 7-sack mix is the most commonly used product. It should be noted that concrete purchases may
include several miscellaneous charges, including, but not limited to, hot water, chloride, small loads,
second drops, winter price, and extra unload time. Purchases will be made from recommended bidder,
contingent upon product availability, timely deliveries, and prices as quoted.


LAA (L/Docs/Bids/2009 Agg…Comm Ltr)
Date:     03/24/09
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:     DPW
RE:       Budgeted Vehicle Replacement




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Approval to purchase two 2009 Ford F-450s.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: $44,678.00


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve purchase from Vanderhyde Ford.
Memorandum

To:   Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From: DPW
Date: 03/24/09
Re: Budgeted Vehicle Replacement



   The Equipment Division has scheduled the replacement of two of our
small dump trucks for this year. These vehicles are used for a variety of
activities including plowing alleys, many construction projects, and leaf
pick up. These trucks will be replacing 1997 model year trucks.

   We have requested prices from area dealers as well as the statewide
purchasing contracts. Attached is a summary of the bids.


    In accordance with established purchasing policy, we are requesting
permission to purchase two 2009 Ford F-450 trucks from Vanderhyde
Ford




                                                                            1
                                 Equipment Purchase - 2009

                    Macomb County Great Lakes Ford        Fremont Ford       Vanderhyde Ford
                    3942 W. Lansing 2469 E. Apple Ave      7148 W. 48th            345 N. Main
Type of Vehicle      Perry Mi 48872 Muskegon Mi 49442   Fremont Mi. 49412    Cedar Springs Mi. 49319

2 F-450 Pickup Trucks   $22,482.00        $23,310.00            $22,391.00               $22,339.00




Total                   $44,964.00        $46,620.00            $44,782.00               $44,678.00
Date:     03/24/09
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:     DPW
RE:       Budgeted Vehicle Replacement




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Approval to purchase one 2009 Ford F-350 and
two Ford F-350 4X4.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: $56,119.00


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve purchase from Vanderhyde Ford.
Memorandum

To:   Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From: DPW
Date: 03/24/09
Re: Budgeted Vehicle Replacement



   The Equipment Division has scheduled the replacement of three of
our one ton construction trucks for this year. One of the four wheel drive
trucks will be used in the Cemetery for hauling material and plowing
snow. The other four wheel drive will be used by the Water Department
for lift station maintenance. The two wheel drive will be used by the
Traffic Division for sign repair and maintenance.

   We have requested prices from area dealers as well as the statewide
purchasing contracts. Attached is a summary of the bids.


    In accordance with established purchasing policy, we are requesting
permission to purchase one 2009 Ford F-350 and two F-350 4X4 trucks
from Vanderhyde Ford




                                                                             1
                                 Equipment Purchase - 2009

                    Macomb County Great Lakes Ford        Fremont Ford          Vanderhyde Ford
                    3942 W. Lansing 2469 E. Apple Ave      7148 W. 48th            345 N. Main
Type of Vehicle      Perry Mi 48872 Muskegon Mi 49442   Fremont Mi. 49412    Cedar Springs Mi. 49319

2 F-350 4X4 truck       $19,430.00        $20,182.00            $19,543.00               $19,212.00
1 F-350 truck           $17,865.00        $18,823.00            $17,739.00               $17,695.00



Total                   $56,725.00        $59,187.00            $56,825.00               $56,119.00
                             AGENDA ITEM NO. ______________

                   CITY COMMISSION MEETING ____________________



TO:         Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:       Bryon L. Mazade, City Manager

DATE:       March 17, 2009

RE:         Resolution Regarding Spending of Stimulus Funds



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 attached resolution.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
None.




pb\AGENDA\RESOLUTION RE SPENDING STIMULUS FUNDS 031709
Date:      March 24, 2009
To:        Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:      Water Filtration
RE:        Clearwell valve replacement



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 $47,900.00 including $3000.00 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.
                                 MEMORANDUM

                                      3/17/09

TO:          M. AL-SHATEL, DEPUTY DIRECTOR

FROM:        R. VENEKLASEN, WATER FILTRATION

RE:          CLEARWELL EFFLUENT VALVE REPLACEMENT


BACKGROUND
The Plant clearwells are used for finished, potable, water storage. There are two
separate clearwells with each divided into two halves for a total of four sections.
Each section has a nominal capacity of 1.5 million gallons. The original, 1937
clearwell sections have an effluent (water flows out) pipe incorporating an
isolation valve prior to joining together. The piping serves as the supply for the
pumps that pump water to the City’s distribution network.


CONDITION
One of the two effluent valves has broken in the open position. This condition
does not allow isolation of this section of the clearwell. Both of the valves used
to isolate the 1937 clearwell sections are the original installation. The
replacement of these valves was originally part of the 2008 capitol improvements
plans. The valve replacement project was deferred until 2009 due to the
unanticipated high cost of the magnetic flow meter project. The project was
budgeted at a cost of $65,000.00.


COST PROPOSALS/BIDS
The specifications for the clearwell valve replacement were developed early this
year. The project includes replacement of the original isolation valves and the
valve vault steel hatch door with an aluminum unit. The valve operators will
receive extension shafts and guides so the valves can be operated without the
need for staff to enter a confined space.
The invitation to bid on this project was advertised in the local newspaper and the
Builders Exchange. Responses were received from four firms; three of which
have previously performed similar work at the Water Filtration Plant. The
responses are as follows:

FIRM                                                   COST
Franklin Holwerda Company                              $47,900.00
2509 29th Street, SW
Wyoming, MI 49519

Jackson-Merkey Contractors, Inc.                       $52,740.00
555 E. Western Avenue
Muskegon, MI 49442-1039

Muskegon Valve Company                                 $58,260.00
1596 Creston
Muskegon, MI 49442

Pressures & Pipes, Inc.                                $92,950.00
5575 Davis Road
Muskegon, MI 49441


HISTORY
As previously indicated; three of the firms bidding on this project have performed
work at the City’s Water Filtration Plant. They all performed the work
satisfactorily and in many circumstances exceeded expectations.


RECOMMENDATION
Based on the City’s experience and having submitted the lowest responsible bid;
it is my recommendation that the Mayor and City Commission authorize staff to
enter into contract with Franklin Holwerda Company for the Clearwell Valve
Replacement Project at the Water Filtration Plant.
           CITY OF MUSKEGON WATER FILTRATION PLANT
               24” CLEARWELL VALVE REPLACEMENT

                          SCOPE OF SERVICES

•   Remove Two (2) existing 24” gate valves. Existing wall pipes to remain.

•   Install two (2) new 24” Pratt MDT operated butterfly valves with SS stems
    to extend to existing upper concrete vault slab.

•   Install valve stem access (buffalo box) as necessary.

•   Provide valve key to operate valves.

•   Remove existing access hatch.

•   Install replacement aluminum access hatch.

•   Perform all concrete demo and replacement work necessary to install
    replacement access hatch and valve stem installation.

•   Cut off existing poured in place steel ladder rungs.

•   Anchor existing aluminum ladder to vault wall.

•   Clearwell to be drained by City.

•   Temporary pumping inside vault to be performed by contractor.

•   All labor, materials, and equipment are to be provided by contractor.

                            QUALIFICATIONS
•   Work is in confined space and must follow City requirements to meet
    MIOSHA and OSHA standards.

•   Bidders must have performed similar work for the City or are to submit
    three examples of similar work and contacts for references.

                              SPECIFICATIONS
•   Valves – H. Prate Co., Groundhog 150B w/BSN, 304 SS ext. stems and
    guides. Valve on north side to include straight stem with new floorbox
    installed in existing concrete deck. Valve on south side to include u-joints
    to offset stem for hatch/ladder access clearance with new floor box.

•   Hatch to be Bilco 60” X 60” Type JD-4AL Aluminum.
                            CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                               Tuesday, March 24, 2009



TO:            Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:          Anthony L. Kleibecker
               Director of Public Safety

DATE:          March 18, 2009

SUBJECT:       Maintenance Agreement/Rite-Way Plumbing and Heating

SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

The Director of Public Safety requests that the Commission consider the attached 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.
Date:       3/19/2009

To:         Honorable Mayor and City Commission

From:       DPW / Marina

RE:         Sanitary Pump Station at Hartshorn 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.
Date:             March 24, 2009
To:               Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:             Engineering
RE:               Consideration of Bids for:
                  Merrill Ave., Seventh St. to Sixth Street (H-1649, W- 715 & S-643)




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 (see attached bid tabulation). 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, however, the first quarter reforecast will include revised numbers from those
that were originally budgeted to account for the higher prices than original 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.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:




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                                                                                          H-1649, S-643, W-715 MERRILL AVE. SEVENTH ST. to SIXTH ST.                                                                                                        1 OF 3

                                                                                                            BID PROPOSAL 03/03/09
                                                      CONTRACTOR                                WADEL STABILIZATION, INC.   BRENNER EXCAVATING      JACKSON-MERKEY                MILBOCKER & SONS           FELCO CONTRACTORS            DAN HOE EXCAVATING
                                                          ADDRESS            ENGINEER'S           2500 N. OCEANA DR.          2841 132ND AVE.      555 W. WESTERN AVE.               1256 29TH ST.             874 PULASKI AVE.            13664 ROCKY'S RD.
                                                        CITY/ST/ZIP           ESTIMATE              HART, MI 49420           HOPKINS, MI 49328     MUSKEGON, MI 49441             ALLEGAN, MI 49010          MUSKEGON, MI 49441            HOLLAND, MI 49424
                        ITEM OF WORK                  UNIT      QTY UNIT PRICE     TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE     UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE    UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE    UNIT PRICE   TOTAL PRICE
1    ADJUST MANHOLE CASTING                           EACH       2.0    $400.00    $     800.00 $   410.00 $     820.00 $  470.00   $     940.00 $   345.00    $     690.00   $    415.00   $     830.00   $   250.00    $     500.00   $   325.00   $     650.00
2    AGG. BASE COURSE 22A @ 6" C.I.P.                 S.YD.    1935.0     $5.00    $   9,675.00 $     5.90 $ 11,416.50 $     5.10   $   9,868.50 $     5.50    $ 10,642.50    $      5.70   $ 11,029.50    $      4.90   $   9,481.50   $     7.00   $ 13,545.00
3    BENDS D.C.I.8" M.J. 45 DEG.                      EACH      14.0    $300.00    $   4,200.00 $   300.73 $ 4,210.22 $    275.00   $   3,850.00 $   300.00    $ 4,200.00     $    260.00   $   3,640.00   $   205.00    $   2,870.00   $   325.00   $   4,550.00
4    BITUMINOUS LEVELING 3C @ 165#/S.Y.                TON      176.0    $60.00    $  10,560.00 $    68.10 $ 11,985.60 $    72.25   $  12,716.00 $    71.50    $ 12,584.00    $     68.10   $ 11,985.60    $     70.00   $ 12,320.00    $    70.00   $ 12,320.00
5    BORROW FILL                                       C.Y.     85.0      $5.00    $     425.00 $    12.00 $ 1,020.00 $      6.25   $     531.25 $     6.50    $     552.50   $     12.00   $   1,020.00   $      8.00   $     680.00   $     8.50   $     722.50
6    BITUMINOUS TOP MIX 4C @ 165#/S.Y.                 TON      176.0    $65.00    $  11,440.00 $    74.90 $ 13,182.40 $    79.50   $  13,992.00 $    78.65    $ 13,842.40    $     74.90   $ 13,182.40    $     75.90   $ 13,358.40    $    75.00   $ 13,200.00
7    CATCH BASIN CASTING EAST JORDAN #7045 OR EQUAL   EACH       6.0    $550.00    $   3,300.00 $   600.00 $ 3,600.00 $    700.00   $   4,200.00 $   430.00    $ 2,580.00     $    570.00   $   3,420.00   $   705.00    $   4,230.00   $   550.00   $   3,300.00
8    CLEAN 54 INCH STORM SEWER PIPE                   L.FT.     445.0    $10.00    $   4,450.00 $    22.50 $ 10,012.50 $    22.50   $  10,012.50 $    36.30    $ 16,153.50    $     20.50   $   9,122.50   $     25.00   $ 11,125.00    $    20.50   $   9,122.50
9    CLEAN AND GROUT JOINTS IN 54" STORM SEWER PIPE   EACH      115.0   $100.00    $  11,500.00 $   634.00 $ 72,910.00 $   320.00   $  36,800.00 $   525.00    $ 60,375.00    $    745.00   $ 85,675.00    $   750.00    $ 86,250.00    $   745.00   $ 85,675.00
10   CATCH BASIN FLAT TOP                             EACH       6.0  $1,300.00    $   7,800.00 $   375.00 $ 2,250.00 $ 1,255.00    $   7,530.00 $   925.00    $ 5,550.00     $ 1,300.00    $   7,800.00   $ 1,075.00    $   6,450.00   $ 1,800.00   $ 10,800.00
11   CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER STD. DETAIL I             L.FT.     960.0    $10.00    $   9,600.00 $    11.30 $ 10,848.00 $    11.20   $  10,752.00 $    11.00    $ 10,560.00    $      9.30   $   8,928.00   $     11.00   $ 10,560.00    $    11.00   $ 10,560.00
12   CONCRETE PAVEMENT 6"                             S.YD.     253.0    $35.00    $   8,855.00 $    29.80 $ 7,539.40 $     30.70   $   7,767.10 $    28.00    $ 7,084.00     $     25.30   $   6,400.90   $     25.00   $   6,325.00   $    28.00   $   7,084.00
13   CONCRETE APPROACH, 6", STANDARD                  S.YD.     71.0     $35.00    $   2,485.00 $    29.35 $ 2,083.85 $     30.00   $   2,130.00 $    28.00    $ 1,988.00     $     24.85   $   1,764.35   $     27.00   $   1,917.00   $    30.00   $   2,130.00
14   CONC. SIDEWALK 4"                                S.FT.    1328.0     $2.50    $   3,320.00 $     2.60 $ 3,452.80 $      2.65   $   3,519.20 $     3.75    $ 4,980.00     $      2.10   $   2,788.80   $      5.50   $   7,304.00   $     6.25   $   8,300.00
15   CONC. SIDEWALK 6"                                S.FT.     105.0     $5.00    $     525.00 $     3.05 $     320.25 $    3.10   $     325.50 $     4.25    $     446.25   $      2.55   $     267.75   $      4.00   $     420.00   $     8.00   $     840.00
16   CONC. SIDEWALK ADA RAMP                          S.FT.     460.0     $5.00    $   2,300.00 $     9.50 $ 4,370.00 $      9.00   $   4,140.00 $     9.00    $ 4,140.00     $      8.00   $   3,680.00   $      8.00   $   3,680.00   $     6.00   $   2,760.00
17   CORP. STOP 1" MUELLER #15000 OR EQUAL            EACH      14.0    $300.00    $   4,200.00 $   400.00 $ 5,600.00 $    184.00   $   2,576.00 $   200.00    $ 2,800.00     $    300.00   $   4,200.00   $   110.00    $   1,540.00   $   140.00   $   1,960.00
18   EXCAVATION                                        C.Y.     116.0    $10.00    $   1,160.00 $    10.00 $ 1,160.00 $      8.00   $     928.00 $     4.10    $     475.60   $     35.00   $   4,060.00   $     17.00   $   1,972.00   $    55.00   $   6,380.00
19   CURB STOP 1" MUELLER #15150 W/BOX OR EQUAL       EACH      11.0    $200.00    $   2,200.00 $   300.00 $ 3,300.00 $    250.00   $   2,750.00 $   280.00    $ 3,080.00     $    390.00   $   4,290.00   $   145.00    $   1,595.00   $   250.00   $   2,750.00
20   EROSION CONTROL, INLET PROTECTION, FABRIC DROP   EACH       8.0    $150.00    $   1,200.00 $   125.00 $ 1,000.00 $    100.00   $     800.00 $   105.00    $     840.00   $     95.00   $     760.00   $   250.00    $   2,000.00   $   200.00   $   1,600.00
21   HYDRANT STD.                                     EACH       1.0  $2,000.00    $   2,000.00 $ 2,350.00 $ 2,350.00 $ 2,365.00    $   2,365.00 $ 1,910.00    $ 1,910.00     $ 2,030.00    $   2,030.00   $ 2,300.00    $   2,300.00   $ 3,000.00   $   3,000.00
22   MAN HOLE CASTING, E.J. #1045 OR EQUAL            EACH       5.0    $450.00    $   2,250.00 $   625.00 $ 3,125.00 $    565.00   $   2,825.00 $   305.00    $ 1,525.00     $    700.00   $   3,500.00   $   500.00    $   2,500.00   $   500.00   $   2,500.00
23   MAN HOLE STD. 4' I.D. 0' TO 10' DEEP             EACH       1.0  $2,000.00    $   2,000.00 $ 1,350.00 $ 1,350.00 $ 1,890.00    $   1,890.00 $ 1,480.00    $ 1,480.00     $ 2,500.00    $   2,500.00   $ 1,200.00    $   1,200.00   $ 2,200.00   $   2,200.00
24   REDUCER D.C.I. 8" TO 4" M.J.                     EACH       1.0     $325.00   $     325.00 $   245.00 $     245.00 $  225.00   $     225.00 $   250.00    $     250.00   $    210.00   $     210.00   $   175.00    $     175.00   $   275.00   $     275.00
25   REDUCER D.C.I. 8" TO 6" M.J.                     EACH       3.0    $350.00    $   1,050.00 $   252.00 $     756.00 $  235.00   $     705.00 $   250.00    $     750.00   $    220.00   $     660.00   $   180.00    $     540.00   $   200.00   $     600.00
26   REMOVING CATCH BASIN                             EACH       5.0    $350.00    $   1,750.00 $   450.00 $ 2,250.00 $    263.00   $   1,315.00 $   275.00    $ 1,375.00     $    270.00   $   1,350.00   $   500.00    $   2,500.00   $   100.00   $     500.00
27   REMOVING CONC. RETAINING WALL                     L FT     309.0    $15.00    $   4,635.00 $     3.00 $     927.00 $   16.00   $   4,944.00 $     2.60    $     803.40   $     11.00   $   3,399.00   $      4.00   $   1,236.00   $     4.00   $   1,236.00
28   REMOVING CONC. DRIVE APPROACH                    S.YD.     55.0      $8.00    $     440.00 $     4.50 $     247.50 $    5.85   $     321.75 $     6.75    $     371.25   $      2.60   $     143.00   $     16.00   $     880.00   $     5.00   $     275.00
29   REMOVING CONCRETE SIDEWALK                       S. FT.   1993.0     $2.00    $   3,986.00 $     1.00 $ 1,993.00 $      0.50   $     996.50 $     0.55    $ 1,096.15     $      0.50   $     996.50   $      3.00   $   5,979.00   $     0.75   $   1,494.75
30   REMOVING MANHOLE                                 EACH        4      $450.00   $   1,800.00 $   350.00 $ 1,400.00 $    260.00   $   1,040.00 $   275.00    $ 1,100.00     $    270.00   $   1,080.00   $   500.00    $   2,000.00   $   150.00   $     600.00
31   REMOVING STUMPS 37" OR LARGER                    EACH        1      $300.00   $     300.00 $   500.00 $     500.00 $  320.00   $     320.00 $   400.00    $     400.00   $    270.00   $     270.00   $ 1,200.00    $   1,200.00   $   275.00   $     275.00
32   REMOVING PAVEMENT                                S.YD.    2033.0      $5.00   $  10,165.00 $     6.00 $ 12,198.00 $     2.20   $   4,472.60 $     2.75    $ 5,590.75     $      3.35   $   6,810.55   $      3.00   $   6,099.00   $     2.00   $   4,066.00
33   REMOVING TREES 13" TO 24"                        EACH        1      $700.00   $     700.00 $   850.00 $     850.00 $  395.00   $     395.00 $   290.00    $     290.00   $    750.00   $     750.00   $ 1,200.00    $   1,200.00   $   500.00   $     500.00
34   SANITARY SEWER 8" SDR 35                          L FT     453.0    $35.00    $  15,855.00 $    26.50 $ 12,004.50 $    30.25   $  13,703.25 $    22.50    $ 10,192.50    $     28.00   $ 12,684.00    $     18.00   $   8,154.00   $    18.00   $   8,154.00
35   SANITARY SEWER SERVICE 6" SDR 35                  L FT     461.0    $30.00    $  13,830.00 $    24.00 $ 11,064.00 $    27.00   $  12,447.00 $    20.50    $ 9,450.50     $     18.00   $   8,298.00   $     16.00   $   7,376.00   $    17.00   $   7,837.00
36   SIDEWALK RAMP DETECT. WARN. RETROFIT             S.FT.     40.0     $30.00    $   1,200.00 $    15.00 $     600.00 $    9.00   $     360.00 $    55.00    $ 2,200.00     $     30.00   $   1,200.00   $     25.00   $   1,000.00   $    30.00   $   1,200.00
37   SANITARY SEWER WYE 8" x 6" SDR 35                EACH      14.0    $250.00    $   3,500.00 $   150.00 $ 2,100.00 $    170.00   $   2,380.00 $    75.00    $ 1,050.00     $    300.00   $   4,200.00   $   125.00    $   1,750.00   $   200.00   $   2,800.00
38   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 4" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $580.00    $     580.00 $   750.00 $     750.00 $  165.00   $     165.00 $   170.00    $     170.00   $ 1,290.00    $   1,290.00   $   275.00    $     275.00   $   250.00   $     250.00
39   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 6" M.J.                       EACH       3.0    $600.00    $   1,800.00 $   750.00 $ 2,250.00 $    203.00   $     609.00 $   220.00    $     660.00   $ 1,330.00    $   3,990.00   $   305.00    $     915.00   $   250.00   $     750.00
40   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 8" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $600.00    $     600.00 $   750.00 $     750.00 $  280.00   $     280.00 $   305.00    $     305.00   $ 1,400.00    $   1,400.00   $   375.00    $     375.00   $   325.00   $     325.00
41   STORM SEWER 10" S.D.R 35                          L FT     187.0    $40.00    $   7,480.00 $    24.00 $ 4,488.00 $     23.50   $   4,394.50 $    29.00    $ 5,423.00     $     22.00   $   4,114.00   $     20.00   $   3,740.00   $    22.00   $   4,114.00
42   STORM SEWER 12" S.D.R 35                          L FT      20      $45.00    $     900.00 $    35.00 $     700.00 $   25.00   $     500.00 $    34.00    $     680.00   $     34.00   $     680.00   $     22.00   $     440.00   $    25.00   $     500.00
43   TEE D.C.I. 8"x 8"x 8" M.J.                       EACH       3.0    $400.00    $   1,200.00 $   450.00 $ 1,350.00 $    412.00   $   1,236.00 $   400.00    $ 1,200.00     $    400.00   $   1,200.00   $   475.00    $   1,425.00   $   425.00   $   1,275.00
44   TEE D.C.I. 8"x 8"x 6" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $600.00    $     600.00 $   420.00 $     420.00 $  386.00   $     386.00 $   400.00    $     400.00   $    360.00   $     360.00   $   450.00    $     450.00   $   400.00   $     400.00
45   TERRACE GRADING                                   L FT     517.0    $10.00    $   5,170.00 $     6.00 $ 3,102.00 $      5.75   $   2,972.75 $     3.65    $ 1,887.05     $      5.00   $   2,585.00   $      7.00   $   3,619.00   $     6.50   $   3,360.50
46   TRAFFIC CONTROL                                  LUMP       1.0   $5,000.00   $   5,000.00 $ 5,500.00 $ 5,500.00 $ 11,075.00   $  11,075.00 $ 2,200.00    $ 2,200.00     $ 21,000.00   $ 21,000.00    $ 2,200.00    $   2,200.00   $ 2,100.00   $   2,100.00
47   VALVE 6" GATE M.J. W / BOX                       EACH       1.0     $750.00   $     750.00 $ 1,250.00 $ 1,250.00 $    860.00   $     860.00 $   705.00    $     705.00   $    740.00   $     740.00   $   725.00    $     725.00   $   675.00   $     675.00
48   VALVE 8" GATE M.J. W / BOX                       EACH       7.0     $800.00   $   5,600.00 $ 1,350.00 $ 9,450.00 $ 1,182.00    $   8,274.00 $   890.00    $ 6,230.00     $    970.00   $   6,790.00   $   870.00    $   6,090.00   $   850.00   $   5,950.00
49   WATERMAIN 4" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.      6.0      $60.00   $     360.00 $    50.00 $     300.00 $   39.00   $     234.00 $    38.00    $     228.00   $     75.00   $     450.00   $     28.00   $     168.00   $   120.00   $     720.00
50   WATERMAIN 6" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.     20.0      $60.00   $   1,200.00 $    40.00 $     800.00 $   30.25   $     605.00 $    39.75    $     795.00   $     35.00   $     700.00   $     29.00   $     580.00   $    60.00   $   1,200.00
51   WATERMAIN 8" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.     644.0     $35.00   $  22,540.00 $    29.90 $ 19,255.60 $    30.20   $  19,448.80 $    40.05    $ 25,792.20    $     40.00   $ 25,760.00    $     22.00   $ 14,168.00    $    40.00   $ 25,760.00
52   WATER METER PIT COMPLETE                         EACH       1.0     $500.00   $     500.00 $   550.00 $     550.00 $  545.00   $     545.00 $   530.00    $     530.00   $    800.00   $     800.00   $   500.00    $     500.00   $   850.00   $     850.00
53   WATER SERVICE 1" TYPE "K" COPPER                 L.FT.     424.0     $20.00   $   8,480.00 $     7.00 $ 2,968.00 $     12.70   $   5,384.80 $    16.50    $ 6,996.00     $     14.70   $   6,232.80   $      9.00   $   3,816.00   $    12.00   $   5,088.00
                                                                         TOTAL     $ 228,541.00            $ 278,925.12             $ 243,803.00 SEE QTY       $ 257,599.55                 $ 313,017.65   CALC ERR      $ 270,152.90                $ 289,079.25
                                                                                          H-1649, S-643, W-715 MERRILL AVE. SEVENTH ST. to SIXTH ST.                                                                                                        2 OF 3
                                                                                                            BID PROPOSAL 03/03/09
                                                      CONTRACTOR                                 SCHIPPERS EXCAVATING     BULTEMA BROTHERS        WYOMING EXCAVATORS          RON MEYER & ASSOC. EXC.             C & D HUGHES            HALLACK CONTRACTING
                                                          ADDRESS            ENGINEER'S          9829 LAKE MICHIGAN DR    7744 S. DIVISION AVE.      9580 3 MILE RD                1357 76TH AVE.               3097 LANSING RD.             4223 W POLK RD
                                                        CITY/ST/ZIP           ESTIMATE            WEST OLIVE, MI 49460   GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49548      ADA, MI 49301               ZEELAND, MI 49464            CHARLOTTE, MI 48113            HART, MI 49420
                        ITEM OF WORK                  UNIT      QTY UNIT PRICE     TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE     UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE    UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE    UNIT PRICE   TOTAL PRICE
1    ADJUST MANHOLE CASTING                           EACH       2.0    $400.00    $     800.00 $   400.00 $     800.00 $  341.48   $     682.96 $   737.00    $ 1,474.00     $   325.00    $     650.00   $    500.00   $   1,000.00   $   250.00   $     500.00
2    AGG. BASE COURSE 22A @ 6" C.I.P.                 S.YD.    1935.0     $5.00    $   9,675.00 $     6.25 $ 12,093.75 $     7.15   $  13,835.25 $    11.00    $ 21,285.00    $      5.00   $   9,675.00   $      6.00   $ 11,610.00    $     6.50   $ 12,577.50
3    BENDS D.C.I.8" M.J. 45 DEG.                      EACH      14.0    $300.00    $   4,200.00 $   300.00 $ 4,200.00 $    319.86   $   4,478.04 $   535.00    $ 7,490.00     $   300.00    $   4,200.00   $    280.00   $   3,920.00   $   325.00   $   4,550.00
4    BITUMINOUS LEVELING 3C @ 165#/S.Y.                TON      176.0    $60.00    $  10,560.00 $    82.00 $ 14,432.00 $    79.95   $  14,071.20 $    75.00    $ 13,200.00    $     70.00   $ 12,320.00    $     68.10   $ 11,985.60    $    68.10   $ 11,985.60
5    BORROW FILL                                       C.Y.     85.0      $5.00    $     425.00 $    12.00 $ 1,020.00 $      7.94   $     674.90 $     7.50    $     637.50   $      7.50   $     637.50   $      5.00   $     425.00   $    10.00   $     850.00
6    BITUMINOUS TOP MIX 4C @ 165#/S.Y.                 TON      176.0    $65.00    $  11,440.00 $    89.00 $ 15,664.00 $    85.90   $  15,118.40 $    90.00    $ 15,840.00    $     76.00   $ 13,376.00    $     74.90   $ 13,182.40    $    74.90   $ 13,182.40
7    CATCH BASIN CASTING EAST JORDAN #7045 OR EQUAL   EACH       6.0    $550.00    $   3,300.00 $   650.00 $ 3,900.00 $    576.60   $   3,459.60 $   418.00    $ 2,508.00     $   600.00    $   3,600.00   $    600.00   $   3,600.00   $   550.00   $   3,300.00
8    CLEAN 54 INCH STORM SEWER PIPE                   L.FT.     445.0    $10.00    $   4,450.00 $    10.00 $ 4,450.00 $     22.47   $   9,999.15 $    23.00    $ 10,235.00    $     13.50   $   6,007.50   $     20.50   $   9,122.50   $    12.00   $   5,340.00
9    CLEAN AND GROUT JOINTS IN 54" STORM SEWER PIPE   EACH      115.0   $100.00    $  11,500.00 $   150.00 $ 17,250.00 $   745.00   $  85,675.00 $   350.00    $ 40,250.00    $   400.00    $ 46,000.00    $    745.00   $ 85,675.00    $    50.00   $   5,750.00
10   CATCH BASIN FLAT TOP                             EACH       6.0  $1,300.00    $   7,800.00 $ 1,100.00 $ 6,600.00 $    489.91   $   2,939.46 $   275.00    $ 1,650.00     $   800.00    $   4,800.00   $    450.00   $   2,700.00   $ 1,100.00   $   6,600.00
11   CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER STD. DETAIL I             L.FT.     960.0    $10.00    $   9,600.00 $     9.60 $ 9,216.00 $     23.06   $  22,137.60 $    13.00    $ 12,480.00    $     12.00   $ 11,520.00    $      9.75   $   9,360.00   $    10.75   $ 10,320.00
12   CONCRETE PAVEMENT 6"                             S.YD.     253.0    $35.00    $   8,855.00 $    24.40 $ 6,173.20 $     29.70   $   7,514.10 $    26.00    $ 6,578.00     $     31.00   $   7,843.00   $     29.70   $   7,514.10   $    32.00   $   8,096.00
13   CONCRETE APPROACH, 6", STANDARD                  S.YD.     71.0     $35.00    $   2,485.00 $    24.40 $ 1,732.40 $     49.44   $   3,510.24 $    26.00    $ 1,846.00     $     31.00   $   2,201.00   $     29.70   $   2,108.70   $    32.00   $   2,272.00
14   CONC. SIDEWALK 4"                                S.FT.    1328.0     $2.50    $   3,320.00 $     5.60 $ 7,436.80 $      2.49   $   3,306.72 $     6.00    $ 7,968.00     $      2.35   $   3,120.80   $      2.25   $   2,988.00   $     2.50   $   3,320.00
15   CONC. SIDEWALK 6"                                S.FT.     105.0     $5.00    $     525.00 $     3.00 $     315.00 $    3.54   $     371.70 $     3.00    $     315.00   $      3.50   $     367.50   $      3.30   $     346.50   $     4.00   $     420.00
16   CONC. SIDEWALK ADA RAMP                          S.FT.     460.0     $5.00    $   2,300.00 $    12.00 $ 5,520.00 $      8.81   $   4,052.60 $     8.00    $ 3,680.00     $      6.75   $   3,105.00   $      6.50   $   2,990.00   $     7.00   $   3,220.00
17   CORP. STOP 1" MUELLER #15000 OR EQUAL            EACH      14.0    $300.00    $   4,200.00 $   170.00 $ 2,380.00 $    139.75   $   1,956.50 $   200.50    $ 2,807.00     $   170.00    $   2,380.00   $    200.00   $   2,800.00   $   100.00   $   1,400.00
18   EXCAVATION                                        C.Y.     116.0    $10.00    $   1,160.00 $    10.00 $ 1,160.00 $      9.20   $   1,067.20 $     9.00    $ 1,044.00     $     10.00   $   1,160.00   $      8.00   $     928.00   $     8.00   $     928.00
19   CURB STOP 1" MUELLER #15150 W/BOX OR EQUAL       EACH      11.0    $200.00    $   2,200.00 $   275.00 $ 3,025.00 $    272.09   $   2,992.99 $   282.00    $ 3,102.00     $   200.00    $   2,200.00   $    200.00   $   2,200.00   $   200.00   $   2,200.00
20   EROSION CONTROL, INLET PROTECTION, FABRIC DROP   EACH       8.0    $150.00    $   1,200.00 $   100.00 $     800.00 $  136.22   $   1,089.76 $   115.50    $     924.00   $   140.00    $   1,120.00   $     84.00   $     672.00   $    85.00   $     680.00
21   HYDRANT STD.                                     EACH       1.0  $2,000.00    $   2,000.00 $ 1,850.00 $ 1,850.00 $ 2,450.68    $   2,450.68 $ 2,068.00    $ 2,068.00     $ 1,950.00    $   1,950.00   $ 2,200.00    $   2,200.00   $ 3,000.00   $   3,000.00
22   MAN HOLE CASTING, E.J. #1045 OR EQUAL            EACH       5.0    $450.00    $   2,250.00 $   500.00 $ 2,500.00 $    405.95   $   2,029.75 $   308.00    $ 1,540.00     $   620.00    $   3,100.00   $    600.00   $   3,000.00   $   500.00   $   2,500.00
23   MAN HOLE STD. 4' I.D. 0' TO 10' DEEP             EACH       1.0  $2,000.00    $   2,000.00 $ 1,600.00 $ 1,600.00 $ 2,610.31    $   2,610.31 $ 2,970.00    $ 2,970.00     $ 1,600.00    $   1,600.00   $ 1,400.00    $   1,400.00   $ 1,550.00   $   1,550.00
24   REDUCER D.C.I. 8" TO 4" M.J.                     EACH       1.0     $325.00   $     325.00 $   250.00 $     250.00 $  276.93   $     276.93 $   380.00    $     380.00   $   250.00    $     250.00   $    250.00   $     250.00   $   275.00   $     275.00
25   REDUCER D.C.I. 8" TO 6" M.J.                     EACH       3.0    $350.00    $   1,050.00 $   260.00 $     780.00 $  264.86   $     794.58 $   390.00    $ 1,170.00     $   260.00    $     780.00   $    300.00   $     900.00   $   285.00   $     855.00
26   REMOVING CATCH BASIN                             EACH       5.0    $350.00    $   1,750.00 $   250.00 $ 1,250.00 $    399.33   $   1,996.65 $   330.00    $ 1,650.00     $   500.00    $   2,500.00   $    250.00   $   1,250.00   $   275.00   $   1,375.00
27   REMOVING CONC. RETAINING WALL                     L FT     309.0    $15.00    $   4,635.00 $     6.00 $ 1,854.00 $      1.52   $     469.68 $    20.00    $ 6,180.00     $     11.70   $   3,615.30   $      5.00   $   1,545.00   $    15.00   $   4,635.00
28   REMOVING CONC. DRIVE APPROACH                    S.YD.     55.0      $8.00    $     440.00 $    20.00 $ 1,100.00 $      0.66   $      36.30 $     7.00    $     385.00   $     11.70   $     643.50   $      6.00   $     330.00   $     5.00   $     275.00
29   REMOVING CONCRETE SIDEWALK                       S. FT.   1993.0     $2.00    $   3,986.00 $     4.00 $ 7,972.00 $      0.15   $     298.95 $     3.00    $ 5,979.00     $      1.30   $   2,590.90   $      1.30   $   2,590.90   $     3.50   $   6,975.50
30   REMOVING MANHOLE                                 EACH        4      $450.00   $   1,800.00 $   350.00 $ 1,400.00 $    262.67   $   1,050.68 $   330.00    $ 1,320.00     $   700.00    $   2,800.00   $    300.00   $   1,200.00   $   300.00   $   1,200.00
31   REMOVING STUMPS 37" OR LARGER                    EACH        1      $300.00   $     300.00 $   300.00 $     300.00 $  800.00   $     800.00 $   440.00    $     440.00   $   400.00    $     400.00   $ 1,500.00    $   1,500.00   $   400.00   $     400.00
32   REMOVING PAVEMENT                                S.YD.    2033.0      $5.00   $  10,165.00 $     4.00 $ 8,132.00 $      3.36   $   6,830.88 $     5.00    $ 10,165.00    $      2.60   $   5,285.80   $      6.00   $ 12,198.00    $     2.25   $   4,574.25
33   REMOVING TREES 13" TO 24"                        EACH        1      $700.00   $     700.00 $   550.00 $     550.00 $  600.00   $     600.00 $ 1,650.00    $ 1,650.00     $   500.00    $     500.00   $ 1,000.00    $   1,000.00   $   750.00   $     750.00
34   SANITARY SEWER 8" SDR 35                          L FT     453.0    $35.00    $  15,855.00 $    40.00 $ 18,120.00 $    83.79   $  37,956.87 $    82.00    $ 37,146.00    $     51.00   $ 23,103.00    $     45.00   $ 20,385.00    $    37.50   $ 16,987.50
35   SANITARY SEWER SERVICE 6" SDR 35                  L FT     461.0    $30.00    $  13,830.00 $    35.00 $ 16,135.00 $    52.61   $  24,253.21 $    63.00    $ 29,043.00    $     30.00   $ 13,830.00    $     43.00   $ 19,823.00    $    37.50   $ 17,287.50
36   SIDEWALK RAMP DETECT. WARN. RETROFIT             S.FT.     40.0     $30.00    $   1,200.00 $    60.00 $ 2,400.00 $      6.50   $     260.00 $     7.50    $     300.00   $      7.00   $     280.00   $      6.50   $     260.00   $     7.00   $     280.00
37   SANITARY SEWER WYE 8" x 6" SDR 35                EACH      14.0    $250.00    $   3,500.00 $   100.00 $ 1,400.00 $    125.18   $   1,752.52 $   350.00    $ 4,900.00     $   150.00    $   2,100.00   $    100.00   $   1,400.00   $   150.00   $   2,100.00
38   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 4" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $580.00    $     580.00 $   300.00 $     300.00 $  234.62   $     234.62 $   827.00    $     827.00   $   300.00    $     300.00   $    150.00   $     150.00   $   375.00   $     375.00
39   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 6" M.J.                       EACH       3.0    $600.00    $   1,800.00 $   340.00 $ 1,020.00 $    287.75   $     863.25 $   880.00    $ 2,640.00     $   350.00    $   1,050.00   $    200.00   $     600.00   $   425.00   $   1,275.00
40   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 8" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $600.00    $     600.00 $   400.00 $     400.00 $  668.34   $     668.34 $ 1,151.00    $ 1,151.00     $   400.00    $     400.00   $    200.00   $     200.00   $   490.00   $     490.00
41   STORM SEWER 10" S.D.R 35                          L FT     187.0    $40.00    $   7,480.00 $    23.00 $ 4,301.00 $     24.90   $   4,656.30 $    70.00    $ 13,090.00    $     24.00   $   4,488.00   $     39.00   $   7,293.00   $    22.00   $   4,114.00
42   STORM SEWER 12" S.D.R 35                          L FT      20      $45.00    $     900.00 $    27.00 $     540.00 $   27.93   $     558.60 $    65.00    $ 1,300.00     $     30.00   $     600.00   $     45.00   $     900.00   $    26.00   $     520.00
43   TEE D.C.I. 8"x 8"x 8" M.J.                       EACH       3.0    $400.00    $   1,200.00 $   450.00 $ 1,350.00 $    455.85   $   1,367.55 $   585.50    $ 1,756.50     $   500.00    $   1,500.00   $    550.00   $   1,650.00   $   475.00   $   1,425.00
44   TEE D.C.I. 8"x 8"x 6" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $600.00    $     600.00 $   425.00 $     425.00 $  421.78   $     421.78 $   574.50    $     574.50   $   475.00    $     475.00   $    350.00   $     350.00   $   450.00   $     450.00
45   TERRACE GRADING                                   L FT     517.0    $10.00    $   5,170.00 $     9.00 $ 4,653.00 $      2.71   $   1,401.07 $    15.00    $ 7,755.00     $     10.00   $   5,170.00   $      9.50   $   4,911.50   $    30.00   $ 15,510.00
46   TRAFFIC CONTROL                                  LUMP       1.0   $5,000.00   $   5,000.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 4,000.00 $ 3,100.00    $   3,100.00 $ 2,310.00    $ 2,310.00     $ 6,000.00    $   6,000.00   $ 10,000.00   $ 10,000.00    $ 4,000.00   $   4,000.00
47   VALVE 6" GATE M.J. W / BOX                       EACH       1.0     $750.00   $     750.00 $   750.00 $     750.00 $  870.34   $     870.34 $   800.00    $     800.00   $   700.00    $     700.00   $    800.00   $     800.00   $   640.00   $     640.00
48   VALVE 8" GATE M.J. W / BOX                       EACH       7.0     $800.00   $   5,600.00 $ 1,000.00 $ 7,000.00 $ 1,149.32    $   8,045.24 $ 1,014.50    $ 7,101.50     $   950.00    $   6,650.00   $ 1,000.00    $   7,000.00   $   785.00   $   5,495.00
49   WATERMAIN 4" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.      6.0      $60.00   $     360.00 $    33.00 $     198.00 $   35.21   $     211.26 $   100.00    $     600.00   $     61.00   $     366.00   $     60.00   $     360.00   $    30.00   $     180.00
50   WATERMAIN 6" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.     20.0      $60.00   $   1,200.00 $    35.00 $     700.00 $   37.05   $     741.00 $    83.00    $ 1,660.00     $     41.00   $     820.00   $     65.00   $   1,300.00   $    30.00   $     600.00
51   WATERMAIN 8" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.     644.0     $35.00   $  22,540.00 $    38.00 $ 24,472.00 $    50.28   $  32,380.32 $    80.00    $ 51,520.00    $     46.00   $ 29,624.00    $     70.00   $ 45,080.00    $    32.90   $ 21,187.60
52   WATER METER PIT COMPLETE                         EACH       1.0     $500.00   $     500.00 $   880.00 $     880.00 $  944.93   $     944.93 $ 1,683.00    $ 1,683.00     $   500.00    $     500.00   $ 2,300.00    $   2,300.00   $   500.00   $     500.00
53   WATER SERVICE 1" TYPE "K" COPPER                 L.FT.     424.0     $20.00   $   8,480.00 $    14.00 $ 5,936.00 $     19.48   $   8,259.52 $    55.00    $ 23,320.00    $     18.00   $   7,632.00   $     35.00   $ 14,840.00    $    18.50   $   7,844.00
                                                                         TOTAL     $ 228,541.00 WRG BP     $ 242,686.15 CALC ERR    $ 348,125.48               $ 380,688.00   CALC ERR      $ 267,886.80                 $ 344,094.20   WRG BP       $ 227,116.85
                                                                                          H-1649, S-643, W-715 MERRILL AVE. SEVENTH ST. to SIXTH ST.                            3 OF 3
                                                                                                            BID PROPOSAL 03/03/09
                                                      CONTRACTOR                                 KAMMINGA & ROODVOETS     LODESTAR CONSTRUCTION      NAGEL CONSTRUCTION
                                                          ADDRESS            ENGINEER'S            3435 BROADMOOR SE        333 NORTH PARK NW             PO BOX 10
                                                        CITY/ST/ZIP           ESTIMATE           GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49512    GRAND RAPIDS, MI 49544    MOLINE, MI 49335-0010
                        ITEM OF WORK                  UNIT      QTY UNIT PRICE     TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE      TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE    TOTAL PRICE
1    ADJUST MANHOLE CASTING                           EACH       2.0    $400.00    $     800.00 $    475.00 $     950.00 $   350.00   $     700.00 $   400.00    $     800.00
2    AGG. BASE COURSE 22A @ 6" C.I.P.                 S.YD.    1935.0     $5.00    $   9,675.00 $      5.50 $ 10,642.50 $      5.75   $  11,126.25 $     5.50    $ 10,642.50
3    BENDS D.C.I.8" M.J. 45 DEG.                      EACH      14.0    $300.00    $   4,200.00 $    375.00 $ 5,250.00 $     350.00   $   4,900.00 $   270.00    $ 3,780.00
4    BITUMINOUS LEVELING 3C @ 165#/S.Y.                TON      176.0    $60.00    $  10,560.00 $     68.10 $ 11,985.60 $     70.00   $  12,320.00 $    68.25    $ 12,012.00
5    BORROW FILL                                       C.Y.     85.0      $5.00    $     425.00 $      1.50 $     127.50 $    12.00   $   1,020.00 $     8.00    $     680.00
6    BITUMINOUS TOP MIX 4C @ 165#/S.Y.                 TON      176.0    $65.00    $  11,440.00 $     74.90 $ 13,182.40 $     75.50   $  13,288.00 $    75.00    $ 13,200.00
7    CATCH BASIN CASTING EAST JORDAN #7045 OR EQUAL   EACH       6.0    $550.00    $   3,300.00 $    750.00 $ 4,500.00 $     725.00   $   4,350.00 $   600.00    $ 3,600.00
8    CLEAN 54 INCH STORM SEWER PIPE                   L.FT.     445.0    $10.00    $   4,450.00 $     25.00 $ 11,125.00 $     25.00   $  11,125.00 $    21.00    $ 9,345.00
9    CLEAN AND GROUT JOINTS IN 54" STORM SEWER PIPE   EACH      115.0   $100.00    $  11,500.00 $    650.00 $ 74,750.00 $    775.00   $  89,125.00 $   745.00    $ 85,675.00
10   CATCH BASIN FLAT TOP                             EACH       6.0  $1,300.00    $   7,800.00 $ 1,650.00 $ 9,900.00 $      800.00   $   4,800.00 $   800.00    $ 4,800.00
11   CONCRETE CURB & GUTTER STD. DETAIL I             L.FT.     960.0    $10.00    $   9,600.00 $     14.00 $ 13,440.00 $     10.25   $   9,840.00 $     9.50    $ 9,120.00
12   CONCRETE PAVEMENT 6"                             S.YD.     253.0    $35.00    $   8,855.00 $     32.00 $ 8,096.00 $      32.00   $   8,096.00 $    25.50    $ 6,451.50
13   CONCRETE APPROACH, 6", STANDARD                  S.YD.     71.0     $35.00    $   2,485.00 $     32.00 $ 2,272.00 $      32.00   $   2,272.00 $    25.00    $ 1,775.00
14   CONC. SIDEWALK 4"                                S.FT.    1328.0     $2.50    $   3,320.00 $      2.50 $ 3,320.00 $       2.75   $   3,652.00 $     2.25    $ 2,988.00
15   CONC. SIDEWALK 6"                                S.FT.     105.0     $5.00    $     525.00 $      3.50 $     367.50 $     3.75   $     393.75 $     2.60    $     273.00
16   CONC. SIDEWALK ADA RAMP                          S.FT.     460.0     $5.00    $   2,300.00 $      4.00 $ 1,840.00 $      10.00   $   4,600.00 $     8.00    $ 3,680.00
17   CORP. STOP 1" MUELLER #15000 OR EQUAL            EACH      14.0    $300.00    $   4,200.00 $    200.00 $ 2,800.00 $     175.00   $   2,450.00 $   125.00    $ 1,750.00
18   EXCAVATION                                        C.Y.     116.0    $10.00    $   1,160.00 $      8.00 $     928.00 $    30.00   $   3,480.00 $     6.50    $     754.00
19   CURB STOP 1" MUELLER #15150 W/BOX OR EQUAL       EACH      11.0    $200.00    $   2,200.00 $    350.00 $ 3,850.00 $     275.00   $   3,025.00 $   250.00    $ 2,750.00
20   EROSION CONTROL, INLET PROTECTION, FABRIC DROP   EACH       8.0    $150.00    $   1,200.00 $    100.00 $     800.00 $   125.00   $   1,000.00 $   115.00    $     920.00
21   HYDRANT STD.                                     EACH       1.0  $2,000.00    $   2,000.00 $ 1,600.00 $ 1,600.00 $ 2,000.00      $   2,000.00 $ 2,500.00    $ 2,500.00
22   MAN HOLE CASTING, E.J. #1045 OR EQUAL            EACH       5.0    $450.00    $   2,250.00 $    250.00 $ 1,250.00 $     625.00   $   3,125.00 $   500.00    $ 2,500.00
23   MAN HOLE STD. 4' I.D. 0' TO 10' DEEP             EACH       1.0  $2,000.00    $   2,000.00 $ 1,300.00 $ 1,300.00 $ 1,300.00      $   1,300.00 $   800.00    $     800.00
24   REDUCER D.C.I. 8" TO 4" M.J.                     EACH       1.0     $325.00   $     325.00 $    275.00 $     275.00 $   150.00   $     150.00 $   255.00    $     255.00
25   REDUCER D.C.I. 8" TO 6" M.J.                     EACH       3.0    $350.00    $   1,050.00 $    300.00 $     900.00 $   150.00   $     450.00 $   395.00    $ 1,185.00
26   REMOVING CATCH BASIN                             EACH       5.0    $350.00    $   1,750.00 $    300.00 $ 1,500.00 $     350.00   $   1,750.00 $   100.00    $     500.00
27   REMOVING CONC. RETAINING WALL                     L FT     309.0    $15.00    $   4,635.00 $      9.00 $ 2,781.00 $       5.00   $   1,545.00 $     6.00    $ 1,854.00
28   REMOVING CONC. DRIVE APPROACH                    S.YD.     55.0      $8.00    $     440.00 $      5.00 $     275.00 $    10.00   $     550.00 $     3.50    $     192.50
29   REMOVING CONCRETE SIDEWALK                       S. FT.   1993.0     $2.00    $   3,986.00 $      0.75 $ 1,494.75 $       1.25   $   2,491.25 $     2.50    $ 4,982.50
30   REMOVING MANHOLE                                 EACH        4      $450.00   $   1,800.00 $    300.00 $ 1,200.00 $     350.00   $   1,400.00 $   100.00    $     400.00
31   REMOVING STUMPS 37" OR LARGER                    EACH        1      $300.00   $     300.00 $    350.00 $     350.00 $   550.00   $     550.00 $   400.00    $     400.00
32   REMOVING PAVEMENT                                S.YD.    2033.0      $5.00   $  10,165.00 $      3.50 $ 7,115.50 $       1.25   $   2,541.25 $     4.00    $ 8,132.00
33   REMOVING TREES 13" TO 24"                        EACH        1      $700.00   $     700.00 $    500.00 $     500.00 $   550.00   $     550.00 $   700.00    $     700.00
34   SANITARY SEWER 8" SDR 35                          L FT     453.0    $35.00    $  15,855.00 $     30.00 $ 13,590.00 $     75.00   $  33,975.00 $    30.00    $ 13,590.00
35   SANITARY SEWER SERVICE 6" SDR 35                  L FT     461.0    $30.00    $  13,830.00 $     30.00 $ 13,830.00 $     65.00   $  29,965.00 $    22.00    $ 10,142.00
36   SIDEWALK RAMP DETECT. WARN. RETROFIT             S.FT.     40.0     $30.00    $   1,200.00 $     40.00 $ 1,600.00 $      35.00   $   1,400.00 $    25.00    $ 1,000.00
37   SANITARY SEWER WYE 8" x 6" SDR 35                EACH      14.0    $250.00    $   3,500.00 $    275.00 $ 3,850.00 $     125.00   $   1,750.00 $   150.00    $ 2,100.00
38   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 4" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $580.00    $     580.00 $    550.00 $     550.00 $ 1,400.00   $   1,400.00 $   350.00    $     350.00
39   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 6" M.J.                       EACH       3.0    $600.00    $   1,800.00 $    600.00 $ 1,800.00 $ 1,500.00     $   4,500.00 $   400.00    $ 1,200.00
40   SLEEVE LONG D.C.I. 8" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $600.00    $     600.00 $    650.00 $     650.00 $ 1,675.00   $   1,675.00 $   510.00    $     510.00
41   STORM SEWER 10" S.D.R 35                          L FT     187.0    $40.00    $   7,480.00 $     32.00 $ 5,984.00 $      50.00   $   9,350.00 $    28.00    $ 5,236.00
42   STORM SEWER 12" S.D.R 35                          L FT      20      $45.00    $     900.00 $     36.00 $     720.00 $    60.00   $   1,200.00 $    31.00    $     620.00
43   TEE D.C.I. 8"x 8"x 8" M.J.                       EACH       3.0    $400.00    $   1,200.00 $    475.00 $ 1,425.00 $     450.00   $   1,350.00 $   385.00    $ 1,155.00
44   TEE D.C.I. 8"x 8"x 6" M.J.                       EACH       1.0    $600.00    $     600.00 $    450.00 $     450.00 $   425.00   $     425.00 $   365.00    $     365.00
45   TERRACE GRADING                                   L FT     517.0    $10.00    $   5,170.00 $      4.00 $ 2,068.00 $      10.00   $   5,170.00 $     8.00    $ 4,136.00
46   TRAFFIC CONTROL                                  LUMP       1.0   $5,000.00   $   5,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 15,000.00 $ 5,500.00    $   5,500.00 $ 2,100.00    $ 2,100.00
47   VALVE 6" GATE M.J. W / BOX                       EACH       1.0     $750.00   $     750.00 $    800.00 $     800.00 $   625.00   $     625.00 $   690.00    $     690.00
48   VALVE 8" GATE M.J. W / BOX                       EACH       7.0     $800.00   $   5,600.00 $    950.00 $ 6,650.00 $     775.00   $   5,425.00 $   880.00    $ 6,160.00
49   WATERMAIN 4" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.      6.0      $60.00   $     360.00 $     57.00 $     342.00 $   125.00   $     750.00 $    55.00    $     330.00
50   WATERMAIN 6" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.     20.0      $60.00   $   1,200.00 $     40.00 $     800.00 $    75.00   $   1,500.00 $    56.00    $ 1,120.00
51   WATERMAIN 8" D.C.I. CL.52                        L.FT.     644.0     $35.00   $  22,540.00 $     42.00 $ 27,048.00 $     60.00   $  38,640.00 $    50.00    $ 32,200.00
52   WATER METER PIT COMPLETE                         EACH       1.0     $500.00   $     500.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 2,000.00 $ 1,000.00      $   1,000.00 $   500.00    $     500.00
53   WATER SERVICE 1" TYPE "K" COPPER                 L.FT.     424.0     $20.00   $   8,480.00 $     38.00 $ 16,112.00 $     40.00   $  16,960.00 $    21.00    $ 8,904.00
                                                                         TOTAL     $ 228,541.00             $ 315,936.75 WRG BP       $ 372,525.50               $ 291,805.00
DATE:         03/17/2009

TO:           Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:         Mark Kincaid, Deputy Director of Public Safety

RE:           Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
              to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case #: EN080073


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur
with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure located at
1035 PINE ST Area 11b is unsafe, substandard, a public nuisance and that it
be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested that administration
be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure and that the Mayor
and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a contract for demolition
with the lowest responsible bidder.

Case# & Project Address: # EN080073 – 1035 Pine St

Location and ownership: This structure is located on Pine Street between
Hartford and Concord Streets and is owned by Dessie Spoelman.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
03/14/08. The Notice and Order to Repair was issued on 03/28/08. On 08/07/08
the HBA tabled case until October 2008. On 10/02/08 declared the structure
substandard and dangerous.

Owner Contact: The owner’s son was present for both HBA meetings stating
Historic Committee was interested in taking possession and moving the
structure. There has been no information on the sale or any permits to move
structure.

Financial Impact: CDBG Funds

Budget action required: None

State Equalized value:      $25,100 (Entire property)

Estimated cost to repair: $15,000 (Exterior Only)

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision
to demolish.
                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON
     933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 537, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231) 724-6715
                       DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION
                                 REPORT
                                        Monday, March 24, 2008

Enforcement # EN080073          Property Address 1035 PINE ST
Parcel #24-205-221-0008-00      Owner SPOELMAN DESSIE M

Inspector: Henry Faltinowski

Date completed: 03/14/08

DEFICENCIES:

 Uncorrected
1. House boarded chimney needs to be repaired, roof covering needs to be
replaced.
2. Front porch roof rotted.
3. Front porch footing failing.
4. Back porch footing failing.
5. Soffits and fascia need repairs.
6. Garage roof needs to be replaced.
7. Garage wall bowed.




Request interior inspection by all trades, electrical, mechanical and
plumbing. Please contact Inspection Services with any questions or to
schedule an inspection at 933 Terrace St., Muskegon, MI 49440 (231) 724
6758.

Based upon my recent inspection of the above property I determined that the
structure meets the definition of a Dangerous Building and/or Substandard
Building as set forth in Section 10-61 of the Muskegon City Code.

_____________________________                         _______________
Henry Faltinowski, Building Inspector                      Date
                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON
       933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 536, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231)724-6715
         DANGEROUS BUILDING INTERIOR INSPECTION REPORT


                                       1035 PINE ST
                                         01/16/2009

Inspection noted:

 Uncorrected
1. House to be rewired to code.
2. Electric service to be replaced to code.
3. Smoke alarms to be installed to code.
4. Repair all ceiling,wall & floor coverings.
5. Repair all damaged windows and doors.
6. Need vac breaker per hose spigot.
7. Pressure test gas lines.
8. Inspect & certify furnace, water heater & chimney.
9. Inspect & repair all house plumbing.
10. Insure building sewer & water service are in good shape.
11. Need mixing valve on tub (all).
12. Need kitchen sink.
13. Provide heat & return air in house.
14. All plumbing & mechanical to conform with 2006 code.



BASED UPON MY RECENT INSPECTION OF THE ABOVE PROPERTY, I HAVE
DETERMINED THAT THE STRUCTURE MEETS THE DEFINITION OF A
DANGEROUS AND/OR SUBSTANDARD BUILDING AS SET FORTH IN SECTION
10-61 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.



HENRY FALTINOWSKI, BUILDING INSPECTOR                                    DATE
DATE:         03/17/2009

TO:           Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:         Mark Kincaid, Deputy Director of Public Safety

RE:           Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
              to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case #: EN080128


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur
with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure located at
521 LEONARD AVE Area 11 is unsafe, substandard, a public nuisance and that
it be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested that administration
be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure and that the Mayor
and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a contract for demolition
with the lowest responsible bidder.

Case# & Project Address: # EN080128 – 521 Leonard

Location and ownership: This structure is located on Leonard between Langley
and Marshall Streets; ownership is a land contract between Vista Ciudad LLC
and Daylan Barnard.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
06/03/08. The Notice and Order to Repair was issued on 06/04/08. An interior
inspection was conducted 07/08/08. On 09/04/08 the HBA declared the structure
substandard, a public nuisance and dangerous building.

Owner Contact: No one was present for the HBA meeting dated 09/04/08. The
owner submitted timeline that was disapproved 11/06/08. Updated timeline was
submitted12/11/08. No permits have been issued.

Financial Impact: CDBG Funds

Budget action required: None

State Equalized value:      $17,900 (Entire property)

Estimated cost to repair: $15,000 Home & Garage

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision
to demolish.
                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON
       933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 536, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231)724-6715
          DANGEROUS BUILDING INTERIOR INSPECTION REPORT


                                   521 LEONARD AVE
                                        07/08/2008

Inspection noted:


 Uncorrected
1. Front bedroom plugs have reverse polarity.
2. Wire garage to code.
3. Wire switch box behind door to garage properly.
4. Ceiling fans to have rated boxes.
5. One breaker is oversized.
6. Branch circuit breakers not to be ahead of main breaker.
7. Insure boxes @ all light fixtures.
8. Install smoke alarms to code.
9. Replace cut beam
10. Tuck point foundation/block wall gaps.
11. Smoke alarms to hardwire/battery backup.
12. Call when garage is cleaned up to check sill and bottom plate conditions.
13. Inspect & insure plumbing works.
14. Pressure test gas line.
15. Need vac breakers on hose spigot.
16. Need scald free faucet for tub/shower; replace strap bath lavatory.
17. Clean ductwork.
18. Inspect & certify water service & sewer.
19. Provide return air to habital spaces.
20. Need bath vent fan.
21. Support water piping & gas.
22. Need hammer arrestor for laundry.
23. Straighten out dryer vent.
24. Inspect & certify water heater, furnace, & chimney.
25. Need T & P drain for water heater.
26. Remove asbestos.
27. All plumbing & mechanical to conform 2006 code.


BASED UPON MY RECENT INSPECTION OF THE ABOVE PROPERTY, I HAVE
DETERMINED THAT THE STRUCTURE MEETS THE DEFINITION OF A
DANGEROUS AND/OR SUBSTANDARD BUILDING AS SET FORTH IN SECTION
10-61 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.
HENRY FALTINOWSKI, BUILDING INSPECTOR   DATE
                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON
     933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 537, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231) 724-6715
                       DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION
                                 REPORT
                                        Wednesday, June 4, 2008

Enforcement # EN080128          Property Address 521 LEONARD AVE
Parcel #24-205-010-0008-00      Owner BARNARD DAYLAN J

Inspector: Henry Faltinowski

Date completed: 06/03/2008

DEFICENCIES: Home & Garage

 Uncorrected
1. Repair front porch roof to code rotted soffit - fascia, sagging rafters.
2. Repair foundation walls- Provide repairs for basement windows and
foundation vents.
3. Repair all damaged siding.
4. Repair roof covering and roof flashing to MRC 2003 Code.
5. Garage roof collapsing - remove or rebuild to MRC code 2003
requirements.
6. Request provide interior by trade inspectors.



Request interior inspection by all trades, electrical, mechanical and
plumbing. Please contact Inspection Services with any questions or to
schedule an inspection at 933 Terrace St., Muskegon, MI 49440 (231) 724
6758.

Based upon my recent inspection of the above property I determined that the
structure meets the definition of a Dangerous Building and/or Substandard
Building as set forth in Section 10-61 of the Muskegon City Code.

_____________________________                         _______________
Henry Faltinowski, Building Inspector                      Date
DATE:        03/16/2009

TO:          Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:        Mark Kincaid, Deputy Director of Public Safety

RE:          Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
             to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case #: EN070250


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur
with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure located at
312 CROSS AVE (Garage) Area 11 is unsafe, substandard, a public nuisance
and that it be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested that
administration be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure and
that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a contract
for demolition with the lowest responsible bidder.

Case# & Project Address: # EN070250 – 312 Cross (Garage)

Location and ownership: This structure is located on Cross St between Yuba
and Seaway Dr and is owned by William Reed.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
11/26/07. The Notice and Order to Repair was issued on 11/30/07. Case came
before HBA 02/07/08 and was tabled until May 2008 meeting with owner to
obtain appropriate permits and complete repairs. On 05/01/08 the HBA declared
the structure substandard and dangerous with delay going to City Commission
until July 2008.

Owner Contact: Mr. Reed was present for both HBA meetings dated 02/07/08
and 05/01/08 respectively. A permit was issued 07/15/08 and expired 09/01/08.
A final inspection was scheduled 12/08/08 but items were found that needed to
be addressed. No final inspection has been scheduled since that date.

Financial Impact: CDBG Funds

Budget action required: None

State Equalized value:     $24,300 (Entire property)

Estimated cost to repair: $2,500

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision
to demolish.
                                        CITY OF MUSKEGON
     933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 537, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231) 724-6715
                          DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION
                                    REPORT
                                        Thursday, November 29, 2007

Enforcement # EN070250          Property Address 312 CROSS AVE (Garage Only)
Parcel #24-205-130-0007-10      Owner REED WILLIAM S

Inspector: Henry Faltinowski

Date completed: 11/29/2007

DEFICENCIES:

 Uncorrected
1. Garage door has large sag in rafter system - repair or replace.
2. Deteriorating roof covering replace.
3. Missing fascia and soffit on garage.
4. Missing garage doors - replace.
5. Scrape and paint all exterior wood.
6. Repair any loose or damaged siding.
7. All repairs must be completed to MRC 2003 standards.



Request interior inspection by all trades, electrical, mechanical and plumbing.
Please contact Inspection Services with any questions or to schedule an
inspection at 933 Terrace St., Muskegon, MI 49440 (231) 724 6758.

Based upon my recent inspection of the above property I determined that the
structure meets the definition of a Dangerous Building and/or Substandard Building as
set forth in Section 10-61 of the Muskegon City Code.

_____________________________                         _______________
Henry Faltinowski, Building Inspector                      Date
DATE:        03/17/2009

TO:          Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:        Mark Kincaid, Deputy Director of Public Safety

RE:          Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
             to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case #: EN080272


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur
with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure located at
724 E ISABELLA AVE Area 11 is unsafe, substandard, a public nuisance and
that it be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested that
administration be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure and
that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a contract
for demolition with the lowest responsible bidder.

Case# & Project Address: # EN080272 – 724 E. Isabella

Location and ownership: This structure is located on Isabella between Kenneth
and Holt Streets and is owned by Big Star Holdings LLC.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
11/13/08. The Notice and Order to Repair was issued on 11/19/08. On 01/08/09
the HBA declared the structure substandard and dangerous.

Owner Contact: No one was present for the HBA meeting dated 12/06/07. All
notices sent certified mail have returned unclaimed. No permits have been
issued and no inspections scheduled.

Financial Impact: CDBG Funds

Budget action required: None

State Equalized value:     $17,600 (Entire property)

Estimated cost to repair: $6,000 (Exterior only)

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision
to demolish.
                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON
     933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 537, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231) 724-6715
                       DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION
                                 REPORT
                                  Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Enforcement # EN080272          Property Address 724 E ISABELLA AVE
Parcel #24-205-063-0002-70               Owner BIG STAR HOLDINGS LLC

Inspector: Henry Faltinowski

Date completed: 11/13/2008

DEFICENCIES:

Uncorrected
1. Replace damage roof covering, and any damaged rafters and sheathing.
2. Repair exterior stairs - steps foundation on porch.
3. Repair all damaged siding.
4. Replace rotting basement window sills.
5. Request interior inspection by trade inspectors.




Request interior inspection by all trades, electrical, mechanical and
plumbing. Please contact Inspection Services with any questions or to
schedule an inspection at 933 Terrace St., Muskegon, MI 49440 (231) 724
6758.

Based upon my recent inspection of the above property I determined that the
structure meets the definition of a Dangerous Building and/or Substandard
Building as set forth in Section 10-61 of the Muskegon City Code.

_____________________________                        _______________
Henry Faltinowski, Building Inspector                     Date
DATE:         03/17/2009

TO:           Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:         Mark Kincaid, Deputy Director of Public Safety

RE:           Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
              to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case #: EN080273


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur
with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure located at
642 MCLAUGHLIN AVE (Home & Garage) is unsafe, substandard, a public
nuisance and that it be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested
that administration be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure
and that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a
contract for demolition with the lowest responsible bidder.

Case# & Project Address: # EN080273 – 642 McLaughlin

Location and ownership: This structure is located on McLaughlin between
Kenneth and Maple Streets and is owned by Mary Phillips/Marvin Black, 941
Butterworth St SW, Grand Rapids, MI 49504.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
11/18/08. The Notice and Order to Repair was issued on 11/19/08. On 01/08/09
the HBA declared the structure substandard and dangerous.

Owner Contact: No one was present for the HBA meeting dated 01/08/09. A
letter was received in December 2008 from Mary Phillips stating she was
relocating to Grand Rapids from New Orleans, LA as she was a victim of
Hurricane Katrina. She indicated intention was to restore the structure but due to
financial problems and surgery of co-owner would not be able to start on home
immediately, no timeline was provided.

Financial Impact: CDBG Funds

Budget action required: None

State Equalized value:      $23,300 (Entire property)

Estimated cost to repair: $5,000 (Exterior only)

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision
to demolish.
                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON
     933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 537, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231) 724-6715
                       DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION
                                 REPORT
                                  Wednesday, November 19, 2008

Enforcement # EN080273          Property Address 642 MCLAUGHLIN AVE
Parcel #24-205-082-0012-00      Owner PHILLIPS MARY/BLACK MARVIN

Inspector: Henry Faltinowski

Date completed: 11/18/08

DEFICENCIES: HOME & GARAGE

 Uncorrected
1. Home is boarded partially back door open.
2. Replace missing damaged siding.
3. Repair foundation wall, missing mortar blocks out of alignment, open
crawl space area.
4. Paint and graffitti on home and garage.
5. Interior wall and floor damage.
6. Inspection by trade inspectors requested for interior.



Request interior inspection by all trades, electrical, mechanical and
plumbing. Please contact Inspection Services with any questions or to
schedule an inspection at 933 Terrace St., Muskegon, MI 49440 (231) 724
6758.

Based upon my recent inspection of the above property I determined that the
structure meets the definition of a Dangerous Building and/or Substandard
Building as set forth in Section 10-61 of the Muskegon City Code.

_____________________________                        _______________
Henry Faltinowski, Building Inspector                     Date
DATE:        03/17/2009

TO:          Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:        Mark Kincaid, Deputy Director of Public Safety

RE:          Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
             to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case #: EN080259


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur
with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure located at
1505 LAKESHORE DR (Garage) is unsafe, substandard, a public nuisance and
that it be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested that
administration be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure and
that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a contract
for demolition with the lowest responsible bidder.

Case# & Project Address: # EN080259 – 1505 Lakeshore Dr. (Garage)

Location and ownership: This structure is located on Lakeshore Dr. between
Schuyler and Greeley Streets and is owned by HSBC Mortgage Services, Inc.,
636 Grand Regency Blvd., Brandon, FL 33510.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
10/28/08. The Notice and Order to Repair was issued on 10/30/08. On 01/08/09
the HBA declared the structure substandard and dangerous.

Owner Contact: No one was present for the HBA meeting dated 01/08/09. No
permits have been issued, no inspections scheduled and no owner contact.

Financial Impact: CDBG Funds

Budget action required: None

State Equalized value:     $55,100 (Entire property)

Estimated cost to repair: $2,000

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision
to demolish.
                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
     933 Terrace St., P.O. Box 537, Muskegon, MI 49443 (231) 724-6715
                       DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT
                                           Thursday, October 30, 2008

Enforcement # EN080259 Property Address 1505 LAKESHORE DR (Garage Only)
Parcel #24-205-526-0006-00 Owner HSBC MORTGAGE SERVICES INC

Inspector: Henry Faltinowski

Date completed: 10/28/2008

DEFICENCIES:

 Uncorrected
1. Replace damage roofing blue tarp hanging off roof of garage.
2. Large amount of debris around structure - clean up debris and schedule interior
inspection.



Request interior inspection by all trades, electrical, mechanical and plumbing. Please
contact Inspection Services with any questions or to schedule an inspection at 933
Terrace St., Muskegon, MI 49440 (231) 724 6758.

Based upon my recent inspection of the above property I determined that the structure meets
the definition of a Dangerous Building and/or Substandard Building as set forth in Section 10-
61 of the Muskegon City Code.

_____________________________                          _______________
Henry Faltinowski, Building Inspector                       Date

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