City Commission Packet 07-08-2003

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                 CITY OF MUSKEGON
                 CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                                 JULY 8, 2003
          CITY        COMMISSION              CHAMBERS@ 5:30                P.M.


                                       AGENDA

o CALL TO ORDER:
o PRAYER:
o PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
D   ROLL CALL:
o HONORS AND AWARDS:
o   PRESENTATIONS:
o   CONSENT AGENDA:
                 a. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
                 b. Road Salt Procurement Authorization. PUBLIC WORKS
                 c. Housing Commission Appointment. CITY MANAGER
                 d. Selection of Siding Supplier for Fiscal Year 2003-2004. COMMUNITY
                    & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
                 e. Approval of Rehabilitation Contract for 503 Octavious - Jackson
                    Hill Urban Renewal Project #1 (WGIRTT}.         COMMUNITY &
                      NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
                 f.   Approval of Title Contract for 2003-2004 Fiscal Year. COMMUNITY
                      & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
                 g. Selection   of   Siding    Contractors   for   Fiscal   Year   2003-2004.
                      COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
o PUBLIC HEARINGS:
o   COMMUNICATIONS:
o   CITY MANAGER'S REPORT:
o UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
o   NEW BUSINESS:
                 a. Mexican Consulate Identification Cards - Matricula Consular.
                      AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
                       b. Set Public Hearing for Amendments to Brownfield Plan - Gillespie
                          Development: Loft Properties, LLC and Parmenter O'Toole.
                          PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                      c. Second Quarter 2003 Budget Reforecast. FINANCE
                      d. Liquor License Request - Star 4, Inc. CITY CLERK
                      e. Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
                           to Demolish the Following: INSPECTIONS
                                     1. 1112 Willia ms
                                    2. 412 Muskegon
                                    3. 1177 Kenneth
                                    4. 345 E. Forest
                                    5. 1246 Fifth
                                    6. 85 Hartford
                                    7. 1087 W. Grand
                                    8. 723 Amity
•   ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
•   PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
•   Reminder: Individuals who would like to address the City Commission shall do the following:
•   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 JO minutes if previously registered with City Clerk.)
•   ADJOURNMENT:
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ATTEND THE MEETING UPON TWENTY FOUR HOUR NOTICE TO THE CITY OF MUSKEGON. PLEASE CONTACT GAIL A. KUNDINGER,
CITY CLERK, 933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, Ml 49440 OR BY CALLING (231) 724-6705 OR TDD: (231) 724-4172.
Date:     July 8, 2003
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:     Gail A. Kundinger, City Clerk
RE:      Approval of Minutes




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the Regular
Commission Meeting that was held on Tuesday, June 24, 2003.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
                CITY OF MUSKEGON
                 CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                               JULY 8, 2003
           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 5:30pm, Tuesday, July 8, 2003.
   Mayor Warmington opened the meeting with a prayer from Pastor Sarah Johnson from
Word of Truth Outreach, after which members of the City Commission and members of the
public joined in reciting the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
   Present: Mayor Stephen Warmington, Vice Mayor Karen Buie; Commissioners Stephen
Gawron, William Larson, Robert Schweifler, Clara Shepherd and Lawrence Spataro; City
Assistant Manager Lee Slaughter, City Attorney John Schrier and City Deputy Clerk Linda
Potter.
2003-54 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, June 24, 2003.
   FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
  BUDGET ACTION REQURED: None
  STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
               b. Road Salt Procurement Authorization. PUBLIC WORKS
  SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize road salt procurement for the 2003/2004 winter
  season through the State of Michigan Extended Purchasing Program.
  FINANCIAL IMPACT: Per ton price yet to be determined; average winter usage of 4,318
  tons at the 2002/2003 extended price of $25.08/ton totals $108,295.
  BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None; expense budgeted for through public works.
  STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve.
               c. Housing Commission Appointment. CITY MANAGER
  SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To remove Stanley Hussey from the Housing Commission for lack
  of attendance and to appoint Ms. Bobbie Jones to the Housing Commission as the
  resident commissioner.
  FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the request.
              d. Selection of Siding Supplier for Fiscal Year 2003-2004. COMMUNITY
                 & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve Community and Neighborhood Services department
selection of the vinyl siding supplier for fiscal year 2003-2004. After reviewing all bids,
the department selected the lowest bid by Premier Building Supplies located at 2151 5.
Harvey, Muskegon for the price of $39.20 (thirty-nine dollars and twenty cents) per
square for white and $40.34 (forty dollars and thirty-four cents) per square for color.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Funding will be allocated from the 2003-04 siding fund.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the request.
             e. Approval of Rehabilitation Contract for 503 Octavious - Jackson Hill
                 Urban Renewal Project #1 (WGIRTT). COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD
                 SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the contract with Lewis Johnson, 16076 Bonita,
Grand Haven, Ml for the completion of the rehabilitation of the City owned home at 503
Octavious for $75,900 the low bid submitted under Jackson Hill Urban Renewal Project
#1 (WGIRTT)
After the rehabilitation is completed the totally rehabilitated structure will be sold to a
qualified family as an owner-occupied home continuing the City's neighborhood
revitalization efforts.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Funding for this project will be taken from the City's 2002 HOME
funds.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve Community and Neighborhood Services request.
             f. Approval of Title Contract for 2003-2004 Fiscal Year. COMMUNITY &
                NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve a contract with LandAmerica Transnation Title
Insurance Co, 570 Seminole, Norton Shores for title work. LandAmerica Transnation
submitted the lone bid of $70.00 per title search.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Funding for cost will come from the 2004 HOME Administration and
CDBG Inspection allotment.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve CNS request.
             g. Selection of Siding Contractors for           Fiscal   Year   2003-2004.
                COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve Community and Neighborhood Services to sign
contracts with Fredricks Construction, 1940 Commerce, Muskegon, Cutting Edge
   Construction, 975 Washington, Muskegon, and Top Notch Construction, 4750 Jensen,
   Fruitport Township to install vinyl siding at an agreed price of $65.00 (sixty-five dollars)
   per square for the siding program 2003-2004 fiscal year.
   FINANCIAL IMPACT: Funding will be disbursed from the 2003-2004 CDBG Siding fund.
   BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
   STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve request.
                h. FIRST READING: Ordinance amending Section 92-33 of the Code of
                   Ordinances concerning changes in the Vehicle Code POLICE
                   DEPARTMENT
   SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To amend Section 92-33, subsection 8.26 of the Code of
   Ordinances Limitation on parking or standing of certain commercial vehicles.
   FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
   BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
   STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of amendment.
                i. Accept Resignations and Make Appointments to Various Boards and
                   Committees COMMUNITY RELATIONS
  SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To accept the resignation of Chip Sawyer and Kathy Jackson
  from the Downtown Development Authority and appoint Luis Suarez to the Equal
  Opportunity Committee and Scott Medema to the Downtown Development Authority.
   FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
  BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
  STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To accept resignations and make the appointments.
  Motion by Vice Mayor Buie, second by Commissioner Gawron to approve the Consent
  Agenda as read.
  ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro,         Warmington,     Buie,   Gawron,    Larson,    Schweifler,
             Shepherd
                Nays: None
  MOTION PASSED
2003-55 NEW BUSINESS:
REQUESTED TO MOVE ITEM D. TO BEGINNING OF NEW BUSINESS.
                d. Liquor License Request - Star 4, Inc. CITY CLERK
  SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Liquor Control Commission seeks local recommendation on
  a request from Star 4, Inc. to add a New Entertainment Permit (golf simulator) to their
  Class C-SDM licensed business.
  FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
  BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Pending final inspection, all departments are recommending
approval with the exception of Planning which is recommending denial due to expanding
non-conforming use.
Motion by Commissioner Larson, second by Commissioner Schweifler to approve
request Star 4, Inc. to add a New Entertainment Permit (golf simulator) to their
Class C-SDM licensed business pending final inspection.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Warmington,        Buie,   Gawron,     Larson,   Schweifler,     Shepherd,
           Spataro
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSED
             a. Mexican Consulate      Identification    Cards    -   Matricula   Consular.
                AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To adopt the resolution recognizing the Matricula Consular as a
form of identification in dealing between the public and City government.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Shepherd to approve the
resolution recognizing the Matricula Consular as a form of identification in dealings
between the public and City government.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Buie,       Gawron,     Larson,   Schweifler,        Shepherd,    Spataro,
           Warmington
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSED
             b. Set Public Hearing for Amendments to Brownfield Plan - Gillespie
                Development; Loft Properties, LLC and Parmenter O'Toole.
                PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the resolution setting a public hearing for
amendments to the Brownfield Plan. The amendments are for the inclusion of property
owned by lakefront LLC, which will be sold to Gillespie Development Loft Properties,
LLC and leased to Parmenter O'Toole. The property is located within Edison Landing.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: There is no direct financial impact in setting the public hearing,
although the development of the offices, condominiums and retail space, proposed by
the owner/developers of the Edison Landing site, will add to the tax base of the City of
Muskegon.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the resolution and authorize the Mayor and Clerk
to sign the resolution.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Brownfield Redevelpment Authority will meet on
July 7, 2003 to consider approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments and recommend
the approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments to the Muskegon City Commission. In
addition, the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority will consider recommending that the
Muskegon City Commisison set a public hearing on the Plan Amendments for August 12,
2003.
Motion by Commissioner Larson, second by Commissioner Schweifler to approve the
resolution setting a public hearing for amendments to the Brownfield Plan.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Larson, Schweifler, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington,
           Buie
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSED
             c. Second Quarter 2003 Budget Reforecast. FINANCE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At this time staff is transmitting the Second Quarter 2003
Budget Reforecast which outlines proposed changes to the original budget that have
come about as result of changes in policy priorities, labor contracts, updated economic
conditions, or other factors. For the next meeting, an action item will be placed on the
agenda for adoption of the second quarter budget reforecast together with any
additional changes deemed necessary by Commissioners.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: General fund revenues continue to deteriorate. The estimate for
City income tax revenues has been reduced by $200,000 and the shortfall in state
shared revenues, when compared to the original budget, currently stands at $515,220.
We have included in the 2nd Quarter Reforecast the projected use of another $500,000
in budget stabilization fund reserves. General fund expenditures are projected to be
$257,257 more than originally budgeted primarily due to large capital projects that
were anticipated to be completed in 2002 when the 2003 budget was prepared.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: Self-explanatory.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The City Commission should review the Reforecast to ensure
it reflects their policy initiatives. At the next City Commission meeting, staff will
request formal approval of the Reforecast and related budget amendments.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Shepherd to approve the
Second Quarter 2003 Budget Reforecast.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Larson,      Schweifler,   Shepherd,   Spataro,   Warmington,    Buie,
           Gawron
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSED
             e.   Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order to
                  Demolish the Following: INSPECTIONS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur with the
findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structures located at 1112 Williams,
412 Muskegon, 1177 Kenneth, 345 E. Forest, 1246 Fifth, 85 Hartford, 1087 W.
Grand, and 723 Amity, are unsafe, substandard, public nuisances and that they be
demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested that administration be
directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structures and that the Mayor and City
Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a contract for demolition with the lowest
responsible bidder.
                1 . 112 Williams St.
CASE 3 & PROJECT ADDRESS: #02-45, 1112 Williams, Muskegon, Ml
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on Williams between Isabella and
Catherine. It is owned by Randy Farber.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 9/6/02 and
an interior inspection was conducted 10/23 /02. A Notice and Order to repair was issued
11 /25/02. The owner submitted a time frame for repairs which was presented to the
HBA on 2/6/03.       The HBA accepted the timeframe, but declared the structure
substandard with a 120 day delay in forwarding to CC to allow the owner time to
complete the repairs.
OWNER CONTACT: The owner contacted the Inspection office about pulling a permit to
complete the repairs, but disagreed with the value determined by the Director. He
refused to pay the fee and has not contacted the office since.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $14,200
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $18,000
                2. 412 Muskegon Ave.
CASE# & PROJECT ADDRESS: 01-034, 412 W. Muskegon Ave.
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located in the Nelson Neighborhood on
Muskegon Avenue between Fifth and Sixth Streets. It is owned by Brian Cunningham.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 6/29/01.
A Notice and Order to repair or demolish was issued 7 /23/01. On 9/6/01 the HBA
granted 90 days to complete all repairs or demolish the structure. No repairs have been
done and no permits have been pulled. One June 3, 2003 the HDC deemed the
structure unsafe and concurred with the HBA to demolish.
OWNER CONTACT: There has been no contact since the HBA meeting.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $13,400
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $8,000 plus the cost of interior repairs.
                3 1177 Kenneth
CASE# & PROJECT ADDRESS: #02-93, 1177 Kenneth, Muskegon, Ml
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on Kenneth between Holt and
Maple. It is owned by U.S. Bank.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 12/9/02
and an interior inspection was scheduled for 12/18/02. It was not conducted because
of no one appearing to open the dwelling. A notice and order to repair was issued
2/21 /03. On 4/3/03 Chris West appeared before the HBA and stated he was letting the
property go back to the bank because of past problems with tenants trashing the house.
The HBA declared the house substandard on that date.
OWNER CONTACT: None
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $14,100
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $8,000
                4. 345 E. Forest
CASE# ft PROJECT ADDRESS: #02-63, 345 E. Forest, Muskegon, Ml
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on E. Forest between Pine and
Smith St. It is owned by Absalon Lamarr White.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 9/11 /02
and a Notice and Order to repair was issued 11 /25/02. The owner appeared before the
HBA on 2/6/03 and stated he wanted to save the structure. The HBA declared it on
that date, but the Director of Inspections stated he would work with the owner in the
time frame specified within the dangerous building process. An interior inspection was
conducted 3/17 /03 and the owner was granted 90 days to complete the repairs.
Permits were to be pulled by 4/15/03. There has been no contact from the owner since
417103 and no permits have been pulled.
OWNER CONTACT: There has been no contact from the owner since 4/7 /03 and no
permits have been pulled.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $15,300
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $10,000
                5. 1246 Fifth St.
CASE# ft PROJECT ADDRESS: #02-90, 1246 Fifth St., Muskegon, Ml
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on Fifth Street between Monroe
and Merrill St. It was owned by Chuck Wishart, but has gone back to a bank.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 11 /22/02
and an interior inspection was conducted 1/23/03. A notice and order to repair was
issued 2/27 /03. On 4/03/03 no one appeared to represent the case and the HBA
declared the structure substandard.
OWNER CONTACT: There has been no contact from the owner.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $19,400
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $8,000
                 6. 85 Hartford
CASE# & PROJECT ADDRESS: #85 Hartford, Muskegon, Ml
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on Hartford between Pine and
Terrace and is owned by James Bauer.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 2/19/03
and a Notice and Order to repair was issued 3/5/03. Mr. Bauer telephoned the
Inspection office on 4/30/03 and stated he intended to repair the house and would be
applying for rental rehab through CNS. On 5/1 /03 the HBA declared the structure a
public nuisance, substandard, and dangerous building. As of 6/10/03 Mr. Bauer has not
applied for rental rehab.
OWNER CONTACT: Mr. Bauer telephoned the Inspection Office on 4/30/03 and stated he
intended to repair the house and would be applying for rental rehab through CNS. As of
6/10/03 Mr. Bauer has not applied.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $18,400
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $4,000 and cost of interior repairs.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Gawron to concur with
the Housing Board of Appeals to demolish the following structures and to direct
administration to obtain bids for the demolitions and that the Mayor and City Clerk
be authorized to sign the contract.
1 . 1112 Williams
2. 412 Muskegon
3. 1177 Kenneth
4. 345 E. Forest
5. 1246 Fifth
6. 85 Hartford
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Schweifler, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Buie, Gawron,
           Larson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSED
                7. 1087 W. Grand
CASE# Et PROJECT ADDRESS: #00-56 - 1087 W. Grand, Muskegon, Ml
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on W. Grand, between Barclay and
Franklin. It is owned by Brenda and Larry Davis.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 7/20/00
because of a fire. In October 2000 the HBA tabled the case for 60 days and the case
was again tabled in January 2001. The owners have had problems with their contractors
and have filed a formal complaint to the state. There have been numerous progress
inspections and all permits have been pulled. The case was again brought before the
HBA in February 2003 and tabled 4 months before forwarding to commission.
OWNER CONTACT: There has been much contact between the owners, contractors and
Inspection staff and director.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: General Funds
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $26,600
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $30,000
Motion by Commissioner Larson, second by Vice Mayor Buie to table item for 90 days
and to have Inspections keep the City Commission updated on progress of work done
on home.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Shepherd, Warmington, Buie, Larson
            Nays: Spataro, Gawron, Schweifler
MOTION PASSED
                8. 723 Amity
CASE# Et PROJECT ADDRESS: #02-89 - 723 Amity, Muskegon, Ml
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on Amity between Kenneth and
Holt. It was owned by Lisa Brandel, but has gone back to the state.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on 11 /27 /02
and an interior inspection was conducted 1 /7 /03. A notice and order to repair was
issued 1/8/03 to Lisa Brandel and copied to Celena Levelston, who thought she was
purchasing the home from Ms. Brandel. Ms. Levelston was ordered to evacuate the
premises 1 /8/03 because of dangerous conditions. On 3/6/03 the HBA declared the
structure a public nuisance, substandard, and dangerous building.
OWNER CONTACT: Ms. Levelston has been in contact with the Director of Inspections,
but has been unable to proceed with any repairs due to her inability to prove
ownership.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STATE EQUALIZED VALUE: $21,400
    ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $30,000
    STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decisi on to
    demolish.
    Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Shepherd to concur with
    the Housing Board of Appeals to demolish 723 Amity and to direct administration to
    obtain bids for the demolition of the structure and have the Mayor and City Clerk to
    sign the contract.
    ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro,      Warmington,    Buie,   Gawron,   Larson,   Schweifler,
               Shepherd
                Nays: None
    MOTION PASSED
    The Regular Commission Meeting for the City of Muskegon was adjourned at 7:01 PM.
                                             Respectfully submitted,




                                             Gail Kundinger, MMC
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                               AGENDA ITEM NO. .:i..oo 3-S-L\        '-o)
                 CITY COMMISSION MEETING _ __ _ _ __



TO:            Honorable Mayor and City Commission

FROM:          Department of Public Works

DATE:          June 27, 2003

SUBJECT:       Road Salt Procurement Authorization



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
Authorize road salt procurement for the 2003/2004 winter season through the State of Michigan
Extended Purchasing Program.



FINANCIAL IMPACT:
Per ton price yet to be determined; average winter usage of 4,318 tons at the 2002/2003 extended
price of $25.08/ton totals $108,295.



BUDGET ACTION REOUillED:
None; expense budgeted for through public works.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Approve.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
 Afnrmative Action
 (231 )724-6703
 FAX: (231)722-1214

 Assessor/E<1ualizatio11
 (231)724-6708
 FAX: (231 )726-5181

 Cemetery Department
 (231)724-6783
 FAX: (23 1)726-5617

 Cit y Manager
 (23 1)724- 6724
 FAX: (231)722-1214

Civil Service
(231)724-6716
FAX: (231)724-4405

Clerk
(231 )724-6705
FAX: (231)724-41 78

Community and
                                                                                'tyManager
  Neigh. Services
(231 )724-6717
FAX: (231 )726-250 I

Computer Info.
                                                      . . , Pu lie Works Director
  Systems                  Re:       Road Salt Procurement Authorization
(231 )724-6744
FAX: (231)722-4301

Engineering Oepl.
(231 )724-6707
FAX: (231)727-6904         An average of 4,318 tons of road salt were used each of the past
Finance Dept.              three winters. Based on the lowest 2002/2003 solicited bid of
(231 )724- 6713
FAX: (23 1)724-6768
                           $35.95/ton from Morton Salt Company, the cost would have been
                           $155,232. Under the State of Michigan Extended Purchasing
Fi.-c Department
(23 1)724-6792
                           Program's price of $25.08/ton, the cost would have been
FAX: (231)724-6985         $108,295, and a $46,937 savings.
Income Tax
(231 )724-6770
FAX: (231)724-6768
                           I request authorization to procure road salt for the 2003/2004
                           winter season through the state's program. we will indicate a
Ins p ection Services
(231 )724-6715
                           quantity of s,ooo tons, of which we will be committed to purchase
FAX: (231)728-4371         3,650 tons at a yet-to be determined extended price. Should we
Leisure Scr\'ices          experience a particularly harsh winter, the contractor agrees to
(231 )724- 6704            furnish up to a maximum of 5,850 tons.
FAX: (231)724-1196

Mayor's Office
(231)724-6701
                           pmb
FAX: (231)722-1214

Planning/Zoning
(231)724-6702
FAX: (231)724-6790

Police Deptartment
(231 )724-6750
FAX: (231)722-5140

Public Works Dept.
(231)724-4100
FAX: (231)722-4 188

Treasurer's Office
(23 l )724-6 720
FAX: (231)724-6768

Water BIiiing Dept.
                           (cl/Bids/Rock Salt 2003 ... )
(231 )724-6718
FAX: (231)724-6768

Water Filtrnlion
(231 )724-4 I 06
FAX: (231)755-5290
                           Department of Public Works & Utilities, 1350 E. Keating Street, Muskegon, MI 49441
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                                     AGENDA ITEM NO.   ;;;i_o   o ~-S t{ ~ )
                              CITY COMMISSION MEETING               7/8/03


TO:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:         Bryon L. Mazade, City Manager

DATE:         June 30, 2003

RE:           Housing Commission Appointment


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

To remove Stanley Hussey from the Housing Commission for lack of attendance and to appoint
Ms. Bobbie Jones to the Housing Commission as the resident commissioner.



FINANCIAL IMPACT:

None.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

To approve this request.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None.




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                                                                                           email: mhc1823@aol.com

           April 25, 2003


           Bryan Mazade, City Manager
           CITY OF MUSKEGON
           933 Terrace
           Muskegon Michigan 49442

                  Subject: Resident Commissioner

          Dear Mr. Mazade:

                 Please be advised that this letter is written on behalf of the Board of
          Commissioners of the Muskegon Housing Commission. We are all concerned
          about the commitment of Stanley Hussey as it pertains to his service on the
          Board. The agency changed their scheduled meeting times to accommodate
          him. In spite of that change, he has only attended one commission meeting
          since his appointment to the Board. We therefore recommend he be replaced.

                    Staff of the Muskegon Housing Commission has a resident of Hartford
          Terrace Apartments, Ms. Bobbie Jones, who it feels would be more capable of
          fulfilling the role of a resident commissioner.

                Your prompt attention to this letter is requested. Thank you in advance for
          your consideration.


          Sincerely,


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         Edward Horne
         Board Chairperson


         cc:     Housing Commissioners



         REPLACEMENT.He
         Commission Meeting Date:             July 8, 2003



Date:       July 2, 2003
To:         Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:       Community and Neighborhood Services
            Department
RE:         Selection of Siding Supplier for fiscal year 2003 -
            2004


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve Community and Neighborhood
Services department selection of the vinyl siding supplier for fiscal year
2003 - 2004. After reviewing all bids, the department selected the
lowest bid by Premier Building Supplies located at 2151 S. Harvey -
Muskegon for the price of $39.20 (thirty-nine dollars and twenty cents)
per square for white and $40.34 (forty dollars and thirty-four cents) per
square for color.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: Funding will be allocated from the 2003 - 2004
Siding fund.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None required at this time



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the request



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None
Suppliers Applicants

1. Premier Building Products Inc.
   2151 Harvey
   Muskegon, MI
2. ABC Supply Co Inc.
   123 W. Sherman Blvd.
   Muskegon, MI
3. Lowe's Home Center
   2035 E. Sherman Blvd.
   Muskegon, MI
4. 84 Lumber Co.
   7577 W. 48 th
   Fremont, MI
5. Thompson Builders Co.
   2472 Pennsylvania
   N. Muskegon, MI
6. Eikenhout Inc.
   346 Wealthy S.W.
   Grand Rapids, MI
Premier Bldg. Prod.
Materials                           Price
Siding                23.5 sq.     $947.99
Coreboard             23.5 sq.     $268.37
Tyvek                 23.5 sq.     $148.05
J Channels                  36      $89.28
Outside Corners              8      $66.16
Inside Corners               3      $15.54
Utility Trim               28       $74.20
F Channels                 24       $94.80
Soffit                     24      $148.08
Coil Stock                   5     $226.70
Starter strips              19      $25.46
Nails                      13       $10.14
Tubes Caulk                  7      $27.65
Trim Nail                    7      $26.25
Recess J-Block               1       $5.40
Electric J-Block             3       $8.64
Vents                        3      $49.20
Total                            $2,231.91
ABC Supply Company lncorp.
Materials                                    Price
Siding                       23.5 sq.         $985.83
Coreboard                    23.5 sq.         $270.25
Tyvek                        23.5 sq.         $209.15
J Channels                         36          $90.00
Outside Corners                     8          $76.00
Inside Corners                      3          $13.50
Utility Trim                      28           $77.00
F Channels                        24           $73.20
Soffit                            24          $150.00
Coil Stock                          5         $233.20
Starter strips                     19          $30.40
Nails                              13            $9.10
Tubes Caulk                         7          $19.25
Trim Nail                           7          $32.13
Recess J-Block                      1            $3.50
Electric J-Block                    3          $10.50
Vents                               3          $71.40
Total                                       $2,354.41
                                        Limited colors
Lowe's Company Inc.
Materials                         Price
Siding                23.5 sq. $1,567.92
Coreboard             23.5 sq.   $193.41
Tyvek                 23.5 sq.   $252.63
J Channels                  36   $107.28
Outside Corners              8    $91.04
Inside Corners               3    $21.78
Utility Trim               28    $109.76
F Channels                 24    $131.28
Soffit                     24    $196.32
Coil Stock                   5 $303.80
Starter strips              19    $67.83
Nails                       13     $8.32
Tubes Caulk                  7     $7.91
Trim Nail                    7    $51.59
Recess J-Block               1     $5.74
Electric J-Block             3    $14.88
Vents                        3    $80.82
Total                          $3,212.31
Eikenhout Inc.
Materials                      Price
Siding             23.5 sq. $1,158.08
Core board         23.5 sq.   $634.50
Tyvek              23.5 sq. $1,492.25
J Channels              36    $102.96
Outside Corners           8    $73.92
Inside Corners            3    $17.55
Utility Trim            28     $92.40
F Channels              24     $91.92
Soffit                  24     $70.08
Coil Stock                5   $242.00
Starter strips           19    $39.71
Nails                    13     $7.67
Tubes Caulk               7    $26.25
Trim Nail                 7    $41.65
Recess J-Block            1     $5.25
Electric J-Block          3    $14.40
Vents                     3    $84.00
Total                       $4,194.59
84 Lumber Co.
Materials                          Price
Siding             23.5 sq.       $1,010.27
Coreboard          23.5 sq.         $282.00
Tyvek              23.5 sq.       $3,054.77
J Channels               36          $80.64
Outside Corners           8          $63.92
Inside Corners            3          $17.97
Utility Trim            28           $66.92
F Channels              24           $59.76
Soffit                  24          $167.76
Coil Stock                5         $224.95
Starter strips           19          $35.91
Nails                    13          $51.61
Tubes Caulk               7            $6.93
Trim Nail                 7          $12.53
Recess J-Block            1            $4.49
Electric J-Block          3          $10.47
Vents                     3          $74.97
Total                             $5,225.87
                              Limited colors
Thompson Builders Co.
Materials                              Price
Siding                  23.5 sq.      $1,344.91
Core board              23.5 sq.
Tyvek                   23.5 sq.
J Channels                    36        $96.84
Outside Corners                8        $73.84
Inside Corners                 3        $18.93
Utility Trim                 28         $86.24
F Channels                   24         $92.40
Soffit                       24        $221.52
Coil Stock                     5       $298.10
Starter strips                19
Nails                         13
Tubes Caulk                    7
Trim Nail                      7
Recess J-Block                 1
Electric J-Block               3
Vents                          3
Total
                                   Not complete
           Commission Meeting Date:               July 8, 2003




Date:       July 1, 2003
To:          Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:        Community and Neighborhood Services
             Department
RE:         Approval of Rehabilitation contract for 503
            Octavious - Jackson Hill Urban Renewal Project
            #1 (WGIRTT)


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the contract with Lewis
Johnson, 16076 Bonita, Grand Haven, Ml for the completion of the
rehabilitation of the City owned home at 503 Octavious for $75,900 the
low bid submitted under Jackson Hill Urban Renewal Project #1
(WGIRTT)
After the rehabilitation is completed the totally rehabilitated structure will
be sold to a qualified family as an owner-occupied home continuing the
City's neighborhood revitalization efforts.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Funding for this project will be taken from the
City's 2002 HOME funds.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:                  To    approve      Community       and
Neighborhood Services request.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None needed
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Date:      July 1, 2003
To:        Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:      Community and Neighborhood Services
           Department
RE:        Approval of title Contract for 2003-2004 fiscal
           year


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve a contract with LandAmercia
Transnation Title Insurance Co, 570 Seminole, Norton Shores for title
work. LandAmerica Transnation submitted the lone bid of $70.00 per
title search.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: Funding for cost will come from the 2004 HOME
Administration and CDBG Inspection allotment.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve CNS request



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None needed
June 10, 2003


City Clerk's Office
Muskegon City Hall
933 Te1race Street
Muskegon,MI49440

Dear City Clerk:

Pursuant to your letter of May 31, 2003, LandAmercia Transnation Title Insurance
Company submits the following proposed bid.

LandAmerica Transnation proposes to use the fonn that is currently being used by the
City of Muskegon Inspection Department to set forth the information required by the
Department of Community & Neighborhood Services. (A copy is attached for your
review.) Your department will complete the top portion of the fmm to submit to
LandAmercia Transnation for completion. LandAmerica Transnation will examine the
records of the Muskegon County Register of Deeds as to the property described on the
fom1. LandAmerica Transnation will complete the fom1, furnishing to the City the Liber,
page and date of the last recorded deed showing the name and address of the grantor and
grantee; open liens and mortgages, which will include land contracts, State and Federal
tax liens; assignments; divorce liens; bankruptcy and fixture filings, the date through
which we examined the records; and the name of the person who did the title search.
Further, the search will include a copy of all recorded listed documents. Turnaround time
of said searches will be 4 to 5 business days.

The cost for the title search will be $70.00 Your department will be billed directly and
payment would be expected within 60 days after receipt of the report.

On properties which you require title insurance, the premium will be determined by the
attached rate schedule. The premium is determined by the value of the property.
Example: Sales price $52,000.00, cash sale, the premium would be $352.00 per the rate
chart. Should the transaction cancel for any reason, a cancellation fee in the amount of
$190.00 will be charged. Should title insurance be requested on the same prope1iy within
1 year of the cancellation, the $190.00 payment of the cancellation fee will be credited
against the new premium. Should the new transaction cancel, no additional cancellation
fee will be charged. Turnaround time of commitments will be 4 to 5 business days.
A schedule of our closing fees is attached for your review. The party who pays the
closing fee is detennined by the purchase agreement. In general, the buyer and seller
usually split the closing fee 50/50. Using the example of the cash sale above, the standard
closing fee would be $200.00

The request can be faxed, picked up or E-mailed. Our fax number is 739-0932 or our
E-mail address is tntseminole@landam.com. Completed search(s) will be delivered to
your office.

Thank you for the opp01tunity of allowing us to work with you. We hope to continue
doing business with you in the future.

Best regards,

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DATE:          July 8, 2003

TO:            Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:          Ken James, Affirmative Action Director

RE:            Mexican Consulate Identification Cards
               Matricula Consular


Summary of Request:

        To adopt the attached resolution recognizing the Matricula Consular as a form of
identification in dealings between the public and City government.

Financial Impact:

        None

Budget Action:

        None

Staff Recommendation:

        Staff recommends approval

Committee Recommendation:

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                                   CITY OF Ml.JSKEGON
                                 Resolution No.2003-55 (a)

                      MATRICULA CONSULAR IDENTIFICATION CARDS

Whereas, in cities across the nation, and in municipalities across the State of Michigan,
including the City of Muskegon, the Mexican Consulate issues identification cards kno~ as
"Matricula Consular" to Mexican nationals residing in the United States for at least six months,
who submit a birth certificate, proper photo identification, fingerprints, and

Whereas, because of the growing Hispanic population in and around Muskegon, the Mayor and
the City Commissioners deem it in the best interest to permit the "Matricula Consular" to be used
as a form of identification in dealings between the public and City government, and

Whereas, it is believed that many Mexican immigrants are fearful or reluctant to report they
have been a victim of crime to local police because they lack proper identification, and many
communities in Michigan and across the nation in addition to banking institutions permit the use
of the "Matricula Consular" as an accepted form of identification;

Now Therefore, Be It Resolved That: the City of Muskegon acknowledges the 'Matricula
Consular" as a form of identification of its possessor, provided that:

       a. This resolution shall not obviate or otherwise affect any State, or Federal requirement
          that a person provide or obtain different or proper identification;
       b. This resolution shall not apply in circumstances in which the City would be unable to
          comply with a condition imposed by a funding source which would cause the City to
          lose funds from that source;
       c. This resolution is not intended to compel how individuals, businesses, or other
          governmental entities use or receive the identification card.
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Adopted this 8 day ofJuly, 2003 .

       Ayes: Buie, Gawron, Larson, Schweifler, Shepherd, Spataro. Warmington

       Nays:        None

       Absent:        None
                                     CERTIFICATION
                                Resolution No. 2003-55 (a)


This resolution was adopted at a regular meeting of the City Commission, held on July 8, 2003.
The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to the Open Meetings Act of the State of
Michigan, Act 267 of the Public Acts of 1976.

                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON




                                            Gail A Kundinger, MMC, City Cler
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              Commission Meeting Date: July 8, 2003




Date:         June 27, 2003
To:           Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:         Planning & Economic Development Department                          06(
RE:           Set Public Hearing for Amendments to Brownfield
              Plan- Gillespie Development, Loft Properties, LLC
              and Parmenter O'Toole


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the attached resolution setting a public
hearing for amendments to the Brownfield Plan. The amendments are for the
inclusion of property owned by Lakefront LLC, which will be sold to Gillespie
Development, Loft Properties, LLC and leased to Parmenter O'Toole. The property
is located within Edison Landing.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: There is no direct financial impact in setting the public hearing,
although the development of the offices, condominiums and retail space, proposed
by the owner/developers of the Edison Landing site, will add to the tax base of the
City of Muskegon.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.

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

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Brownfield Redevelopment Authority will
meet on July 7, 2003 to consider approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments and
recommend the approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments to the Muskegon City
Commission. In addition, the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority will consider
recommending that the Muskegon City Commission set a public hearing on the Plan
Amendments for August 12, 2003.
                                     2003-55 (b)
                RESOLUTION NOTIFYING TAXING UNITS
              AND CALLING PUBLIC HEARING REGARDING
     APPROVAL OF AMENDMENTS TO THE BROWNFIELD PLAN OF THE
     CITY OF MUSKEGON BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY




                                     City of Muskegon
                               County of Muskegon, Michigan


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

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

the 8th day of July, 2003, at 5:30 o'clock p.m., prevailing Eastern Time.

PRESENT:

Members       Gawron, Larson, Schweifler, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington,
              Buie
Buie

ABSENT:        Members

       None

       The    following   preamble   and   resolution   were   offered      by   Member

~L=a~r~s~o=n~_ _ _ _ and supported by Member Schweifler

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

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

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

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

established the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the

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

prepared and approved three Brownfield Plan Amendments and

          WHEREAS, the Authority has forwarded the Brownfield Plan Amendments

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

and

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

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

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

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

Commission is required to provide notice and a reasonable opportunity to the taxing

jurisdictions levying taxes subject to capture to express their views and

recommendations regarding the Brownfield Plan Amendments.

          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

          1.    The City Commission hereby acknowledges receipt of the Brownfield

Plan Amendments from the Authority and directs the City Clerk to send a copy of

the proposed Brownfield Plan Amendmentsto the governing body of each taxing

jurisdiction in the City, notifying them of the City Commission's intention to consider

approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments [after the public hearing described

below].

       2.       A public hearing is hereby called on the 12th day of August, 2003 at

5:30 p.m., prevailing Eastern Time, in the City Hall to consider adoption by the City

Commission of a resolution approving the Brownfield Plan Amendments.
        3.    The City Clerk shall cause notice of said public hearing to be

published in the Muskegon Chronicle, a newspaper of general circulation in the

City, twice before the public hearing. The first publication of the notice shall be not

less than 20 days or more than 40 days before the date set for the public hearing.

The notice shall be published as a display advertisement prominent in size.

        4.    The notice of the hearing shall be in substantially the following form:



                              CITY OF MUSKEGON
                    COUNTY OF MUSKEGON, STATE OF MICHIGAN


       PUBLIC HEARING ON THREE BROWNFIELD PLAN AMENDMENTS OF THE
         CITY OF MUSKEGON BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


TO ALL INTERESTED PERSONS IN THE CITY OF MUSKEGON:

       PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that the Muskegon City Commission of the City of
Muskegon, Michigan, will hold a public hearing on Tuesday, the 12th day of August,
2003, at 5:30 p.m., prevailing Eastern Time in the City Hall located at 933 Terrace
Street, Muskegon, Michigan, to consider the adoption of a resolution approving
three Brownfield Plan Amendments for the City of Muskegon Brownfield
Redevelopment Authority pursuant to Act 381 of the Public Acts of Michigan of
1996, as amended.

       The properties to which the proposed Brownfield Plan Amendment applies
are:

              Gillespie Development: Lots J, K, L and M of the
              Muskegon SmartZone, also a site condominium known
              as Edison Landing
              Muskegon, Michigan

              Loft Properties, LLC: Lots A and B of the Muskegon
              Smartzone, a site condominium known as Edison
              Landing
              Muskegon, Michigan
             Parmenter O'Toole:   Unit H of the Muskegon
             SmartZone, a site condominium know as Edison
             Landing
             Muskegon, Michigan

Copies of the proposed Brownfield Plan Amendments are on file at the office of the
City Clerk for inspection during regular business hours.

      At the public hearing, all interested persons desiring to address the City
Commission shall be afforded an opportunity to be heard in regard to the approval
of the Brownfield Plan Amendments for the City of Muskegon Brownfield
Redevelopment Authority. All aspects of the Brownfield Plan Amendments will be
open for discussion at the public hearing.

      FURTHER INFORMATION may be obtained from the City Clerk.

     This notice is given by order of the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon, Michigan.


                                          L D-~
                                          ityClerk                    ~
         5.    All resolutions and parts of resolutions insofar as they conflict with

the provisions of this resolution be and the same hereby are rescinded.

A YES:        Members

 Gawron, Larson, Schweifler, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Buie .




NAYS:         Members



RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.
       I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution

adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon,

State of Michigan, at a regular meeting held on July 8, 2003, and that said meeting

was conducted and public notice of said meeting was given pursuant to and in full

compliance with the Open Meetings Act, being Act 267, Public Acts of Michigan,

1976, as amended, and that the minutes of said meeting were kept and will be or

have been made available as required by said Act.



                                            tla;iQ. ~~ .
                                            ityClerk                    F
            CITY OF MUSKEGON
   BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

         BROWNFIELD PLAN AMENDMENT

Original Plan Approved by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield
Redevelopment Authority on February 23, 1998.

Original Plan Approved by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on
April 14, 1998.


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on August 10, 1998

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on August 11, 1998


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on June 13, 2000.

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on July 11, 2000.


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on April 15, 2003.

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on May 27, 2003.


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on July 7, 2003.

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on August 12, 2003.
            CITY OF MUSKEGON
   BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

         BROWNFIELD PLAN AMENDMENT

Original Plan Approved by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield
Redevelopment Authority on February 23, 1998.

Original Plan Approved by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on
April 14, 1998.


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on August 10, 1998

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on August 11, 1998


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on June 13, 2000.

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on July 11, 2000.


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on April 15, 2003.

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on May 27, 2003.


Amended by the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment
Authority on _ _ _ _ _ _ .

Amended by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on _ _ _ __
                     City of Muskegon Brownfield Plan Amendment
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                       CITY OF MUSKEGON
              BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
                       BROWNFIELD PLAN

                                     INDEX




I.     INTRODUCTION
II.    GENERAL PROVISIONS

       A.   Costs of the Brownfield Plan
       B.   Maximum Amount of Indebtedness
       C.   Duration of the Brownfield Plan
       D.   Displacement/Relocation of Individuals on
            Eligible Properties
       E.   Local Site Remediation Revolving Fund

Ill.   SITE SPECIFIC PROVISIONS

       A.   Kirksey/Anaconda Property (Approved 4/14/98)

       B.   Dilesco Corporation Property (Approved 8/11/98)

       C.   Beacon Recycling (Approved 7/11/00)

       D.   Verplank Dock Company (Approved 5/27/03)

       E.   Gillespie Development Property (Approved _ _ _ __)

       F.   Loft Properties, LLC Property (Approved _ _ __,

       G.   Parmenter O'Toole Property (Approved _ _ _ _ __,
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I. INTRODUCTION

In order to promote the revitalization of commercial, industrial, and residential
properties within the boundaries of the City of Muskegon (the "City"), the City
established the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the
"Authority") pursuant to Act 381, Public Acts of Michigan, as amended ("Act
381"), and a resolution adopted by the Muskegon City Commission on February
10,1998.

The major purpose of this Brownfield Plan ("Plan") is to promote the
redevelopment of eligible properties within the City that are impacted by the
presence of hazardous substances in concentrations that exceed Michigan's Part
201 Generic Cleanup Criteria Criteria ("facilities') or that have been determined
to be Functionally Obsolete or Blighted. Inclusion of property within this Plan can
facilitate financing of environmental response activities, infrastructure
improvements, demolition, lead or asbestos abatement, and site preparation
activities at eligible properties; and may also provide tax incentives to eligible
taxpayers willing to invest in revitalization of eligible properties. By facilitating
redevelopment of underutilized eligible properties, the Plan is intended to
promote economic growth fro the benefit of the residents of the City and all taxing
units located within and benefited by the Authority.

This plan is intended to be a living document, which can be amended as
necessary to achieve the purposes of Act 381. It is specifically anticipated that
properties will be continually added to the Plan as new projects are identified.
The Plan contains general provisions applicable to each site included in the Plan,
as well as property-specific information for each project. The applicable Sections
of Act 381 are noted throughout the Plan for reference purposes.

This Brownfield Plan contains the information required by Section 13(1) of Act
381, as amended. Additional information is available from the City Manager.
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II. GENERAL PROVISIONS

A. Costs of the Brownfield Plan (Section 13(1 )(a))

         Any site-specific costs of implementing this Plan are described in the site-
specific section of the Plan. Site-specific sources of funding may include tax
increment financing revenue generated from new development on eligible
brownfield properties, state and federal grant or loan funds, and/or private
parties. Where private parties finance the costs of eligible activities under the
Plan, tax increment revenues may be used to reimburse the private parties. The
initial costs related to preparation of the Brownfield Plan were funded by the
City's general fund. Subsequent amendments to the Plan are funded by the
person requesting inclusion of a project in the Plan.

         The Authority intends to pay for administrative costs and all of the things
necessary or convenient to achieve the objectives and purposes of the Authority
including, but not limited to:
    i)      the cost of financial tracking and auditing the funds of the Authority,
    ii)     costs for amending and/or updating this Plan, including legal fees, and
    iii)    costs for Plan implementation
with any eligible tax increment revenues collected pursuant to the Plan.
However, at this time, there are no properties included in this plan that will utilize
tax increment financing and therefore there are currently no tax increment
revenues to pay for these costs. As noted above, most costs related to the
preparation of Plan amendments are borne by the person requesting inclusion of
a project within the Plan.

B. Method for Financing Costs of Plan (Section 13(1)(d) and (e)))

The Authority does not intend at this time to incur debt, such as through the
issuance of bonds or other financing mechanisms. In the future, the City or
Brownfield Authority may incur some debt on a site-specific basis. Please refer
to the site-specific section of this Plan for details on any debt to be incurred by
the City or Authority. When a property proposed for inclusion in the Plan is in an
area where tax increment financing is a viable option, the Authority intends to
enter into Development Agreements with the property owners/developers of a
properties included in the Plan to reimburse them for the costs of eligible
activities undertaken pursuant to this Plan. Financing arrangements will be
specified in the Development Agreement, and also identified in the Site Specific
section of the Plan.
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C. Duration of the Brownfield Plan (Section 13(1)(f))

        The Plan, as it applies to a specific eligible property, shall be effective up
to five (5) years after the year in which the total amount of any tax increment
revenue captured is equal to the total costs of eligible activities attributable to the
specific eligible property, or thirty (30) years from the date of approval of the Plan
as it relates to an individual site, whichever is less. The total costs of eligible
activities include the cost of principal and interest on any note or obligation
issued by the Authority to pay for the costs of eligible activities, the reasonable
costs of a work plan or remedial action plan, the actual costs of the Michigan
Department of Environmental Quality's or Michigan Economic Growth Authority's
review of the work plan or remedial action plan, and implementation of the
eligible activities.

D. Displacement/Relocation of Individuals on Eligible Properties
   (Section 13(1)i, j,k,I))

        At this time, eligible properties identified in this Plan do not contain
residences, nor are there any current plans or intentions by the City for
identifying eligible properties that will require the relocation of residences.
Therefore the provisions of Section 13(1)(i-l) are not applicable at this time.

E. Local Site Remediation Revolving Fund (Section 8; Section 13(1)(m))

         At the time this Plan includes a property for which taxes will be captured
through the increment financing authority provided by Act 381, it is the Authority's
intent to establish a Local Site Remediation Revolving Fund ("Fund"). The Fund
will consist of tax increment revenues that exceed the costs of eligible activities
incurred on an eligible property, as specified in Section 13(5) of Act 381. Section
13(5) authorizes the capture of tax increment revenue from an eligible property
for up to 5 years after the time that capture is required for the purposes of paying
the costs of eligible activities identified in the Plan. It is the intention of the
Authority to continue to capture tax increment revenues for 5 years after eligible
activities are funded from those properties identified for tax capture in the Plan.
The amount of school operating taxes captured for the Revolving Fund will be
limited to the amount of school operating taxes captured for eligible activities
under this Plan. It may also include funds appropriated or otherwise made
available from public or private sources.

The Revolving Fund may be used to reimburse the Authority, the City, and
private parties for the costs of eligible activities at eligible properties and other
costs as permitted by Act 381. It may also be used for eligible activities on
eligible properties for which there is no ability to capture tax increment revenues.
The establishment of this Revolving Fund will provide additional flexibility to the
Authority in facilitating redevelopment of brownfield properties by providing
another     source      of   financing     for     necessary      eligible  activities.
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SITE SPECIFIC PROVISIONS


E.     Gillespie Development

Eligibility and Project Summary (Sec. 13(1)(h))

Gillespie Development intends to acquire Lots J, K, L, and M of the Muskegon
SmartZone, a site condominium known as Edison Landing located in downtown
Muskegon ("Gillespie Property"). A Legal Description and map of the Gillespie
Property is included in Attachment E-1.

A Baseline Environmental Assessment and Due Care compliance analysis
conducted pursuant to Part 201 of Michigan's Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act is currently being prepared for the Gillespie
Property on behalf of Muskegon Lake, L.L.C. through Muskegon's CMI
Brownfield Redevelopment Grant. The Property is also part of the "facility"
addressed by a Remedial Action Plan (RAP) prepared on behalf of TDY
Industries for the former Continental Motors/Teledyne site. The BEA and RAP
both conclude that the property is a "facility" pursuant to Part 201, and is
therefore an eligible property pursuant to Act 381. This eligible property includes
all personal property.

The planned Gillespie project spans 4 (four) lots on the 16-lot Edison Landing
project. Called "The MarketPlace at Edison Landing", the development will
include residential, commercial, retail, and office uses. Current plans envision 50
residential units, 4-5 restaurants/bistros, banks, an art studio, day spa/salons, a
gym, and offices. Pending completion of the Shoreline Drive extension,
Gillespie intends to initiate site preparation in Fall 2003. Based on the estimated
square footage to be constructed (46,800 ft 2 residential, 33,400 ft 2 commercial),
Gillespie estimates that approximately 266 new jobs will be created by this
project. These positions will be concentrated in the restaurants and bank; a
smaller number of positions will be created by the tenants in the main
commercial buildings. Current estimates indicate that this project will involve
over $1 0 million in private investment.

Eligible Activities, Financing, Cost of Plan (Sec. 13(1)(a),(b),(c),(d),(g))

Eligible activities that have been conducted on the property include additional
response activities through implementation of a RAP; and preparation of a
Baseline Environmental Assessment and Section 7a (Due Care) Compliance
Analysis. Future eligible activities would likely be related to Due Care response
activities, which may be funded by the CMI Brownfield Grant. Therefore, there
are no eligible costs proposed to be financed with tax increment revenues.
Further, the property is in the LDFA District thereby making brownfield tax
increment financing unavailable. As such, there are no costs to the City of
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Muskegon or its taxing jurisdictions as a result of the Gillespie Property being
included in this Plan.

Single Business Tax Credit

The Gillespie Property is included in the Plan to enable "qualified taxpayers" as
defined by Act 228 of 1975, as amended, to avail themselves of eligibility for a
credit against their Michigan single business tax liability for "eligible investments"
as defined by P.A. 228. "Eligible investments" include demolition, construction,
restoration, alteration, renovation, or improvement of buildings or site
improvements on eligible property and the addition of machinery, equipment, and
fixtures to eligible properly after the effective date of this Plan Amendment.

Effective Date of Inclusion in Brownfield Plan

The Gillespie Property was added to this Plan on _ _ _ _ _2003.
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        ATTACHMENT E-1

   SITE MAP, LEGAL DESCRIPTION
GILLESPIE DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY
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        •·····A··          30,000.          Residential                                                              Sale Pending
             B           · 30,000           Residential                                                              Sale Pending
             C             25,000            Grand Valley State University                                           SOLD
             D             40,000 · ..       Office                                                                  $500,000
         . E               40,000            Office                                                                  $500,000
             F             · 6,500           Retail & Restaurant                                                     $195,000
             G              18,500.          Retail & Restaurant                                                     $525,000
             H             20,000            Parmenter O'Toole                                                       SOLD
             (i            20,000            Office                                                                  $600,000
             J             22,000 .·         Retail, Office & Residential                                            Sale Pending

         -   K
             L
                     .   ·•·22,000
                         ····4,500
                                             Retail, Office & Residential
                                             Retail, Office & Residential
                                                                                                                     Sale Pending
                                                                                                                     Sale Pending
            M                4,500 ·         Residential                                                             Sale Pending
            N.              14,000           Retail & Restaurant                                                     $750,000
            0                                Residential (condominiums)                                              $1,190,000
             p              3,000          · Convenience Store / Gasoline                                            $495,000
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THE

In the spring of 2001, Muskegon Joined an elite group of 11 Michigan                 is expected to exceed 20,000 vehicles per day. This will make Shoreline Drive
communities receiving a SmartZone designation from the State of Michigan.            Muskegon's main roadway, a gateway to downtown Muskegon and Muskegon
The Muskegon Lakeshore SmartZone, called Edison Landing, is a Joint                  Lake. ·            .
venture between the private and public sector to re-develop a critical piece of
Do'{llnto~n Muskegon's _shoreline. as a l'!lixed-use de'!elopment that mcl~des       Par/icipation in Ediso!l Lan_ding is SUP.Port!ld. by the aggressive use. of
res1dent1al, commercial, retall, off1ce/commerc1al and recreational                  business development incentives. Each site within the SmartZone is qualified
components.                                                                          to be designated as a "Brownfield," which translates into a time-limited
                                                                                     opportuni!Y- to receive a Single Business Tax Credit equal to 10% of the
Featuring 34 acres of land with Muskegon Lake on one side and new                    purchasers eligible investment at the site. Commercial businesses locating
Business 31 on the other, Edison Landing presents a unique development             . within this Enterprise Community Zone before the end of 2004 are eligible to
opportunity. The developer, Lakefront Development, LLC, has divided this             receive a substantial five-year tax abatement. In addition, Michigan law
parcel into 16 site condominium units ranging from 0.8 to over 6 acres. One of      ·provides for 12-year, 50% property tax abatements for certain high-tech
the parcels will house the new home of Parmenter O'Toole, the largest law            research and development, offices and engineering buildings located within
firm along the lakeshore. On another parcel, Grand Valley State University           the_ SmartZone. Finally, because of the City's status as an Enterprise
will operate an energy-related research and development facility and a - · Community, commercial construction projects of up to $3 million may be
business incubator closely linked to its business and engineering schools. The       financed with tax-exempt revenue bonds. As part of a Local Development
remaining sites are available for construction of buildings with uses consistent     Finance Authority1 nearly all of the property tax revenue generated from this
with the Planned Unit Development already approved by the City of - SmartZone must oe                      utilized on the site
Muskegon. The master deed and Bylaws of the site condominium will provide
for many open areas, including the waterfront, which will allow for access from      Locating in Edison Landing offers additional benefits: This is the only
both land and water. The condominium association will maintain strict control        waterfront SmartZone and tfle only SmartZone with direct access to Lake
over both the uses and architectural design of each of the buildings to be           Michigan. In addition Edison Landing is on a major traffic route in a
constructed, ensuring a harmonious look for Muskegon's new downtown.                 Metropolitan Statistical Area with one of tfle highest growth rates in the United
                                                                                 .   States and a population of our MSA exceeding one million people.
It is easy to look at the site and see just the beautiful waterfront but the
impact and importance of Shoreline Drive is significant. The Michigan              · It has been decades since the Muskegon lakeshore could be developed.
Department of Transportation has approved the redirection of existing traffic . Now1 Edison Landing offers developers the first opportunity in generations to
from Webster and Muskegon Avenues to the new Shoreline Drive.,_ wli1ch will          buila along the beautiful Muskegon Lake shoreline, they can do so with the
be designated as Business U.S. 31. Once completed, Shoreline urive traffic - added benefits of new Business 31 and the SmartZone.




                                                                                                            SmartZond"' ia a service mark of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
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                          LEGAL DESCRIPTION
                   GILLESPIE DEVELOPMENT PROPERTY


The land is situated in the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, State of
Michigan and described as follows:

Units J, K, L, and M, Muskegon Lakeshore Smart Zone, a Site Condominium,
according to the Master Deed dated October 10, 2002, recorded October 11,
2002 in Uber 3503. Page 491, Muskegon County Records, and designated as
Muskegon County Condominium Subdivision Plan No. 100, together with the
rights in general common elements and limited common elements as set forth in
the above Master Deed and as described in Act 59 of the Public Acts of 1978, as
amended.
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SITE SPECIFIC PROVISIONS


F.     Loft Properties, LLC

Eligibility and Project Summary (Sec. 13(1)(h))

Loft Properties, LLC intends to acquire Lots A and B of the Muskegon Lakeshore
SmartZone, a site condominium known as Edison Landing located in downtown
Muskegon ("Loft Property"). A legal Description and map of the Loft Property is
included in Attachment F-1.

Several eligible activities have been conducted on the Loft Property. A Baseline
Environmental Assessment (BEA) and Due Care compliance analysis pursuant
to Part 201 of Michigan's Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act
were conducted on the Property to facilitate its acquisition by Lakefront
Development LLC. A BEA will also be prepared on behalf of Loft Properties, LLC
prior to acquisition. The Property is also part of the "facility" addressed by a
Remedial Action Plan (RAP) prepared on behalf of TOY Industries for the former
Continental Motors/Teledyne site. The BEA and the RAP both conclude that the
Property is a "facility" pursuant to Part 201, and is therefore an eligible properly
pursuant to Act 381. This eligible properly includes all personal property.

Loft Properties, LLC intends to construct a 72-unit residential condominium
development on Lots A and B of Edison Landing. It is estimated that 10 new jobs
would be created by this development, with a capital investment of approximately
$10 million. After completion of the Shoreline Drive East extension (estimated
Fall 2003), the project timetable calls for 4 phases of the project to be
constructed over a 5-year period.

Eligible Activities, Financing, Cost of Plan (Sec. 13(1)(a),(b},(c),(d},(g))

Eligible activities that have been conducted on the Property include preparation
of a Baseline Environmental Assessment and Section ?a (Due Care) Compliance
Analysis, and implementation of additional response activities as part of a RAP.
Future eligible activities on the Property will include preparation of a BEA on
behalf of Loft Properties LLC, and Due Care response activities, which may be
funded by the Muskegon CMI Brownfield Grant. Therefore, there are no eligible
costs proposed to be financed with tax increment revenues. Further, the
Property is in the LDFA District thereby making brownfield tax increment
financing unavailable. As such, there are no costs to the City of Muskegon or its
taxing jurisdictions as a result of the Loft Properties, LLC Property being included
in this Plan.
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Single Business Tax Credit

The Loft Property is included in the Plan to enable "qualified taxpayers" as
defined by Act 228 of 1975, as amended, to avail themselves of eligibility for a
credit against their Michigan single business tax liability for "eligible investments"
as defined by P.A. 228. "Eligible investments" include demolition, construction,
restoration, alteration, renovation, or improvement of buildings or site
improvements on eligible property and the addition of machinery, equipment, and
fixtures to eligible property after the effective date of this Plan Amendment.

Effective Date of Inclusion in Brownfield Plan

The Loft Properties, LLC Property was added to this Plan on _ _ _ _ _2003.
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   ATTACHMENT F-1
 Site Map, Legal Description
Loft Properties, LLC Property
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                UNIT       SQUARE FT.                         USE                  ·., _ • -:· i"•~"l!i!'lf~o~•,· ,, ;•
                 A ·.,:.:•.30,000•·                    Residential                                            Sale Pendin~
                 Bi: ''30,000                          Residential                                            Sale Pendin~
                         · 25,000 :,                   Grand Valley State University                          SOLD
                        - 40,000 -                     Office                                                 $500,000
                            40,000 ·-                  Office ·                                               $500,000
                             6,500                     Retail & Restaurant                                    $195,000
                          -18,_500 ---                 Retail & Restaurant                                    $525,000
                 Hi      -- 20,000                     Parmenter O'Toole                                      SOLD

                 "
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                            20,000
                            22,000
                                                       Office
                                                       Retail, Office & Residential
                                                                                                              $600,000
                                                                                                              Sale Pending
                 K       -- 22,000                     Retail, Office & Residential                           Sale Pendin.9.
                 L           4,500                     Retail, Office & Residential                           Sale Pendin.9.
                 M           4,500                     Residential                                            Sale Pendin.9.
                 N          14,000                     Retail & Restaurant                                    $750,000
                 0                                     Residential (condominiums)                             $1,190,000
                 p           3,000                     Convenience Store I Gasoline                           $495,000
                       All prices subject to change without notice. Contact broker for current prices
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             O"   ji'~ 'o,~R lif~'tJ   N I
  THE

  In the spring of 2001, Muskegonjoined an elite group of 11 Michigan                 is expected to exceed 20,000 vehicles per day. This will make Shoreline Drive
  communities receiving a Smar!Zone designation from the State of Michigan.           Muskegon's main roadway, a gateway to downtown Muskegon and Muskegon
  The Muskegon Lakeshore Smar!Zone, called Edison Landing, is a Joint                 Lake.
  venture between the private and public sector to re-develop a critical piece of
  Downtown Muskegon's shoreline as a mixed-use development that includes           · Participation in Edison Landing is su!)ported by the aggressive use of
  residential, commercial, retail, office/commercial and recreational                business development incentives. Each site within the Smar!Zone is qualified
  components.                                                                        to be designated as a 'Brownfield," which translates into a time-limited
                                                                                     opportunitv to receive a Single Business Tax Credit equal to 10% of the
  Featuring 34 acres of land with Muskegon Lake on one side and new ·· purchaser's eligible investment at the site. Commercial businesses locating
  Business 31 on the other, Edison Landing presents a unique development . · within this Enterprise Community Zone before the end of 2004 are eligible to
  opportunity. The developer, Lakefront Development, LLC, has divided this           receive a substantial five-year tax abatement. In addition, Michigan law
  parcel into 16 site condominium units ranging from 0.8 to over 6 acres. One of     provides for 12-year, 50% property tax abatements for certain high-tech
  the parcels will house the new home of Parmenter O'Toole, the largest law, .. research and development, offices and engineering buildings located within
  firm along the lakeshore. On another parcel, Grand Valley State University         the Smar!Zone. Finally, because of the City's status as an Enterprise
  will operate an energy-related research and development facility and a             Community, commercial construction projects of up to $3 million may be
  business incubator closely linked to its business and engineering schools. The     financed with tax-exempt revenue bonds. As part of a Local Development
  remaining sites are available for construction of buildings with uses consistent . Finance Authority, nearly all of the property tax revenue generated from this
  with the Planned Unit Development already approved by the City of · Smar!Zone must be utilized on the site
  Muskegon. The master deed and Bylaws of the site condominium will provide
  for many open areas, including the waterfront, which will allow for access from    Locating in Edison Landing offers additional benefits: This is the only
  both land and water. The conaominium association will maintain strict control      waterfront Smar!Zone and tfle only Smar!Zone with direct access to Lake
  over both the uses and architectural design of each of the buildings to be         Michigan. In addition Edison Landing is on a major traffic route in a
  constructed, ensuring a harmonious look for Muskegon's new downtown.               Metropolitan Statistical Area with one of tfle highest growth rates in the United
                                                                                     States and a population of our MSA exceeding one million people.
  It is easy to look at the site and see just the beautiful waterfront,. but the
  impact and imQortance of Shoreline Drive is significant. The Michigan              It has been decades since the Muskegon lakeshore could be developed.
  Department of Transportation has approved the reairection of existing traffic . Now, Edison Landing offers developers the first opportunity in generations to
  from Webster and Muskegon Avenues to the new Shoreline Drive wli1ch will           buila along the beautiful Muskegon Lake shoreline, they can do so with the
  be designated as Business U.S. 31. Once completed, Shoreline Drive traffic         added benefits of new Business 31 and the Smar!Zone.




                                                                                                            SmartZone"" ia a service mark of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
                       City of Muskegon Brownfield Plan Amendment
                                        July 2003


                          LEGAL DESCRIPTION
                    LOFT PROPERTIES, LLC PROPERTY


The land is situated in the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, State of
Michigan and described as follows:

Units A & B, Muskegon Lakeshore Smart Zone, a Site Condominium, according
to the Master Deed dated October 10, 2002, recorded October 11, 2002 in Liber
3503. Page 491, Muskegon County Records, and designated as Muskegon
County Condominium Subdivision Plan No. 100, together with the rights in
general common elements and limited common elements as set forth in the
above Master Deed and as described in Act 59 of the Public Acts of 1978, as
amended and together with those riparian rights appurtenant to Unit A and B
owned by Seller as determined by survey.
                         City of Muskegon Brownfield Plan Amendment
                                          July 2003


SITE SPECIFIC PROVISIONS


G.     Parmenter O'Toole

Eligibility and Project Summary (Sec. 13(1 )(h})

Parmenter O'Toole intends to lease Unit Hof the Muskegon SmartZone, a site
condominium known as Edison Landing located in downtown Muskegon
("Parmenter Property") from an entity that will be owned by the shareholders of
Parmenter OToole. A Legal Description and map of the Parmenter Property is
included in Attachment G-1.

Several eligible activities have been conducted on the Parmenter Property. A
Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA) and Due Care compliance analysis
pursuant to Part 201 of Michigan's Natural Resources and Environmental
Protection Act were conducted on the Parmenter Property to facilitate its
acquisition by Lakefront Development LLC. A BEA will also be prepared on
behalf of Parmenter O'Toole prior to execution of its lease. The Parmenter
Property is also part of the "facility" addressed by a Remedial Action Plan (RAP)
prepared on behalf of TOY Industries for the former Continental Motors/Teledyne
site. The BEA and the RAP both conclude that the Parmenter Property is a
"facility" pursuant to Part 201, and is therefore an eligible property pursuant to
Act 381. This eligible property includes all personal property.

The planned Parmenter project involves the construction of the law offices of
Parmenter O'Toole. The building will contain approximately 20,000 square feet
of office space. Pending completion of the Shoreline Drive extension and the
infrastructure improvements within Edison Landing, Parmenter intends to initiate
site preparation in Fall 2003. Parmenter currently employs 38 FTE's, which will
relocate from their current Apple Ave. location to the Edison Landing site.
Parmenter also estimates that it will employ an extra four (4) to eight (8) people
following the relocation to its new offices. These positions will include attorneys,
paralegals, legal secretaries, administrative personnel and support staff. Current
estimates indicate that this project will involve over $4 million in private
investment.

Eligible Activities, Financing, Cost of Plan (Sec. 13(1)(a),(b),(c),(d),(g))

Eligible activities that have been conducted on the Parmenter Property include
preparation of a Baseline Environmental Assessment and Section 7a (Due Care)
Compliance Analysis, and implementation of additional response activities as
part of a RAP. Future eligible activities on the Parmenter Property will include
preparation of a BEA on behalf of Parmenter O'Toole and Due Care response
activities, which may be funded by the CMI Brownfield Grant. Therefore, there
are no eligible costs proposed to be financed with tax increment revenues.
                         City of Muskegon Brownfield Plan Amendment
                                          July 2003


Further, the Property is in the LDFA District thereby making brownfield tax
increment financing unavailable. As such, there are no costs to the City of
Muskegon or its taxing jurisdictions as a result of the Parmenter Property being
included in this Plan.

Single Business Tax Credit

The Parmenter Property is included in the Plan to enable "qualified taxpayers" as
defined by Act 228 of 1975, as amended, to avail themselves of eligibility for a
credit against their Michigan single business tax liability for "eligible investments"
as defined by P.A. 228. "Eligible investments" include demolition, construction,
restoration, alteration, renovation, or improvement of buildings or site
improvements on eligible property and the addition of machinery, equipment, and
fixtures to eligible property after the effective date of this Plan Amendment.

Effective Date of Inclusion in Brownfield Plan

The Parmenter Property was added to this Plan on _ _ _ _ _2003.
City of Muskegon Brownfield Plan Amendment .
                 July 2003




  ATTACHMENT G-1
Site Map, Legal Description
    Parmenter Property
                                                                                                             ----------




UNIT               SQUARE FT.                   USE        . · ,. • ·' '.· '   /INIDAEOEEEl!ijiiG'~J'j(" .
             ,;._30,000.···•···            Residential ·.                          Sale Pending
       ,- i,••:,:3Cl;OOO•'                 Residential                             Sale Pending
                :25;0.00-·            · -· GrandValley State University            SOLD
                  . 40,000              Office                                     $500,000
                 '40,000               _Office                                     $500,000
                    . 6,500              Retail & Restaurant                       $195,000
i,G·':-•-•: 1:.- · 18,500              - Retail & Restaurant                       $525,000
 :.,H i:i - . 20,000 - -               .· Parmenter O'Toole                        SOLD
               > 20,000 - ·               Office                                   $600,000
                    22,000            . Retail, Office & Residential               Sale Pending
             •. "22,000 ·                 Retail, Office & Residential             Sale Pending
                       ·•4,500'           Retail, Office &Residential •            Sale Pending
                         4,500 .-         Residential                              Sale Pending
                        14,000            Retail & Restaurant                      $750,000
                                      · · Residential (condominiums)               $1,190,000
  R                     s,ooo······       Convenience Store / Gasoline             $495,000
  ) / All prices subject to change without notice. Contact broker for current prices
  "   "•.-",'y   -••
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THE

In the spring of 2001, Muskegon joined an elite grouJ) of 11 Michigan               is expected to exceed 20,000 vehicles per day. This will make Shoreline Drive
communities receiving a SmartZone designation from the State of Michigan.           Muskegon's main roadway, a gateway to downtown Muskegon and Muskegon
The Muskegon Lakeshore SmartZone, called Edison Landing, is a Joint                 Lake.
venture between the private and public sector to re-develop a critical piece of
Downtown Muskegon's shoreline as a mixed-use development that includes . Participation in Edison Landing is SUJ)ported by the aggressive use of
residential, commercial, retail, office/commercial and recreational· · business development incentives. Each site within !he Smaftzone is qualified
components.                                                                         to .be. designated as a "Brownfield," which translates into a time-limited
                                                                                    opportunity to receive a Single Business Tax Credit equal to 10% of the
Featuring 34 acres of land with Muskegon Lake on one side and new · purchaser's eligible investment at the site. Commercial businesses locating
Business 31 on the other, Edison Landing presents a unique development              within this Enterprise Community Zone before the end of 2004 are eligible to
opportunity. The developer, Lakefront Development, LLC, has divided this . . receive a substantial five-year tax abatement. In addition, Michigan law
parcel into 16 site condominium units ranging from 0.8 to over 6 acres, One of.     provides for 12-year, 50% property tax abatements for certain high-tech
the parcels will house the new home of Parmenter O'Toole, the largest law.>· ·research and developmentboffices and engineering buildings located within
firm along the lakeshore. On another parcel, Grand Valley State University          the SmartZone. Finally, ecause of the City's status as an Enterprise
will. oper~te an energy-re!ated rellearch_ and develoP.men) facility and a i Qommunity, commercial construction projects of up to $3 million may be
business incubator closely linked to its business and engineering schools,The ..·· ·financed with tax-exempt revenue bonds. As part of a Local Development
remaining sites are available for construction of buildings with uses consistent    Finance Authorityb nearly all of the property tax revenue generated from this
with the Planned Unit Development already approved by the City of                   SmartZone must a.utilized on the site
Muskegon. The master deed and Bylaws of the site condominium will provide             · .                                                  ·
for many open areas, including the waterfront, which will allow for access from · Locating. in Edison Landing offers additional benefits: This is the only
both land and water. The conaominium association will maintain strict control      .waterfront SmartZone and !fie only SmartZone with direct access to Lake
over both the usell and archit~ctural design of each of the buildings to· be.       Michigaf!. In a9d!tion Edisc;m Landing is. on a major traffic, route i~ a
constructed, ensuring a harmonious look for Muskegon's new downtown. .• ·           Metropolitan Stat1st1c.al Area with one of !lie. highest gr~wth rates in the Urnted
   .                      . .             .              .                  .       States and a population of our MSA exceeding one m1ll1on people.
It 1s easy to look at the site and see 1ust the beautiful waterfront but the ·
impact and imJ:>ortance of Shoreline Drive is significant. The Michigan • It has been .decades since the Muskegon lakeshore could be developed.
Department of Transportation has approved the reairection of existing traffic       Now, Edison Landing offers developers the first opportunity in generations to
from Webster and Muskegon Avenues to the new Shoreline Drive.,_ wn1ch will          buila along the beautiful Muskegon Lake shoreline, they can do so with the
be designated as Business U.S. 31. Once completed, Shoreline urive traffic · added benefits of new Business 31 and the SmartZone.




                                                                                                            SmartZonEf"' ia a service mark of the Michigan Economic Development Corporation.
                       City of Muskegon Brownfield Plan Amendment
                                       July 2003


                         LEGAL DESCRIPTION
                     PARMENTER O'TOOLE PROPERTY


The land is situated in the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, State of
Michigan and described as follows:

Unit H, Muskegon Lakeshore Smart Zone, a Site Condominium, according to the
Master Deed dated October 10, 2002, recorded October 11, 2002 in Uber 3503.
Page 491, Muskegon County Records, and designated as Muskegon County
Condominium Subdivision Plan No. 100, together with the rights in general
common elements and limited common elements as set forth in the above
Master Deed and as described in Act 59 of the Public Acts of 1978, as amended.
 Date:       July 8, 2003
                                                            ;i_oo 3 - S--S- c.. \
 To:      Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners                                    )

 From: Finance Director
 RE:      Second Quarter 2003 Budget Reforecast



 SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At this time staff is transmitting the               Second Quarter
 2003 Budget Reforecast which outlines proposed changes to the original budget that have
 come about _as result of changes in policy priorities, labor contracts, updated economic
 conditions, or other factors. For the next meeting, an action item will be placed on the
 agenda for adoption of the second quarter budget reforecast together with any additional
 changes deemed necessary by Commissioners.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: General fund revenues continue to deteriorate. The estimate for
city income tax revenues has been reduced by $200,000 and the shortfall in state shared
revenues, when compared to the original budget, currently stands at $515,220. We have
                   nd
included in the 2 Quarter Reforecast the projected use of another $500,000 in budget
stabilization fund reserves. General fund expenditures are projected to be $257,257 more
than originally budgeted primarily due to large capital projects that were anticipated to be
completed in 2002 when the 2003 budget was prepared.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:                    Self-explanatory.

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

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:                            There is no committee recommendation at
this time.




9/18/97




                                                ']
                  CITY OF MUSKEGON
                    GENERAL FUND


                 HISTORICAL SUMMARY


                   Revenues &   Expenditures &     Fund Balance
       Year        Transfers In  Transfers Out      at Year-End
      1992 $       11,297,076 $    11,282,444 $      1,538,372
      1993         13,990,266      13,231,208        2,297,430
      1994         15,301,973      15,572,689        2,026,714
      1995         16,633,179      16,337,586        2,322,307
      1996         17,666,214     18,018,159         1,970,362
      1997         20,437,646     20,358,321         2,049,687
      1998         21,643,855     21,634,467         2,059,075
      1999         21,451,681     22,011,881         1,498,875
      2000         23,685,516     22,232,657         2,951,734
      2001         23,446,611     23,235,978         3,162,367
      2002         23,617,163     23,971,534         2,807,996




               Fiscal 2003 Budget Summary

FUND BALANCE AT START OF YEAR                                     $    2 807 996
MEANS OF FINANCING:
           Taxes                                    13,116,693        55.4%
           Licenses and Permits                      1,079,024         4.6%
           Federal Grants                              152,131         0.6%
           State Grants                                 52,635         0.2%
           State Shared Revenue                      5,035,082        21.3%
           Other Charges                             2,025,378        8.6%
           Interest & Rentals                          244,600         1.0%
           Fines and Fees                              441,200         1.9%
           Other Revenue                               337,000        1.4%
           Other Financing Sources                   1,200,000        5.1%
                                                    23,683,743        100.0%



ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS:
          Customer Value Added Activities           17,610,584        73.0%
          Business Value Added Activities            4,227,801        17.5%
          Fixed Budget Items                         2 277 500        9.4%
                                                    24,115,885        100.0%

ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE AT END OF YEAR                             $   2 375 854
     OPERATING SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                  $    (432,142)

     TARGET FUND BALANCE (10% PRIOR YEAR EXPENDITURES)            $   2,397,153

     ESTIMATED EXCESS (SHORTFALL)    vs. TARGET                   $     (21,300)




                                        2
    City of Muskegon
    Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 1st Quarter - General Fund
    General Fund Revenue Summary By Source


                                                                                                                                                                    % Change
                                                                                          Original Budget      Actual Through    Revised Estimate Change From       From 2002
                                                      Actual 2001         Actual 2002         Estimate 2003        May 2003            2003       20D2 Original      Original
    Available Fund Balance - BOY                  $      2,951,734    $      3,162,367    $       2,744,079    $     2,807,996   $     2,807,996    $    63,917

    Taxes
    City income tax                               $       6,820,171   $      6,692,609    $       6,650,000    $     2,907,684   $     6,450,000    $   {200,000)    -3.01%
    Property taxes - general                              3,940,343          4,221,258            4,281,332          4,000,442         4,281,332                     0.00%
    Property taxes - sanitation                           1,670,955          1,788,871            1,833,822          1,532.436         1,833,822                      0.00%
     Property taxes - pass-through from LDFA II                                270,337              120,000                              120,000                      0.00%
     Industrial facilities taxes                           353,742             388,718              341,539                              341,539                     0.00%
     Payments in lieu of taxes                            75,758                73,191               80,000                               80,000                     0.00%
     Delinguent chargeback collected                      17,514                30,056               10,000            {19,663}           10,000                     0.00%
                                                  _$_12,878,483       $     13,465,040    $      13,316,693    $     8,420,899 $      13,116,693    $   {200,000)    -1.50%

    Licenses and permits
     Business licenses                            $          31,239   $         31,525    $          34,500    $        18,395   $        34,500    $                0.00%
     Liquor licenses                                         36,427             35,542               37,500              8,573            37,500                     0.00%
     Cable TV franchise fees                                204,820            258,425              265,000                              265,000                      0.00%
w    Telecom franchise fees (Act 48)                                                                 27,483             32,024            32,024           4,541     16.52%
     Housing licenses                                        66,126             64,565               75,000             38,440            75,000                     0.00%
     Rental property registration                                                                                        2,905             4,000           4,000     0.00%
     Burial permits                                          98,735            103,636              100,000             42,142           100,000                      0.00%
     Building permits                                       333,798            365,561              300,000            125,813           300,000                      0.00%
     Electrical permits                                     127,055             87,788              100,000             79,127           100,000                      0.00%
     Plumbing permits                                        48,863             66,741               50,000             22.897            50,000                      0.00%
     Heating permits                                         65,495             56,222               80,000             62,780            80,000                      0.00%
     Franchise fees                                                                                                                                                   0.00%
     Police gun registration                                  2,040               1,230                  800               530             1.000             200     25.00%
                                                  $       1,014,598   $       1,071,235   $        1,070,283   $       433,626   $     1,079,024    $      8,741      0&,2%

    Federal grants
     Federal o~erational grant                    $         417,925   $         278,308   $           80,000   $        54,730   $       152,131 $    72,131          90.16%
                                                  $         417,925   s         278,308   $           80,000   $        54,730   $       152,131_$_ _ 72_,_131        90.16%

    State grants
     Act 302 police training grant                $                   $                   $           16,000   $                  $       16,000 $                    0.00%
     State o~erationa! grant                                 17,569              11,316               36,635             1,101            36,635                      0.00%
                                                  $          17,569   $          11,316   $           52,635   $         1.101    $       52,635_$_                   0.00%

    State shared revenue
     State sales tax                              $       5,748,523   $       5,353,987   $        5,550,302   $       573,683    $     5,035,082   $   [515,220)     -9.28%
                                                  $       5,748,523   $       5,353,987   $        5,550,302   $       573,683    $     5,035,082   $   {515,220)     -9.28%
       City of Muskegon
       Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 1st Quarter - General Fund
       General Fund Revenue Summary By Source


                                                                                                                                                              % Change
                                                                                         Original Budget   Actual Through   Revised Estimate Change From      From 2002
                                                       Actual 2001        Actual 2002    Estimate 2003       May 2003             2003       2002 Original     Original
       Other charges for sales and services
       Tax administration fees                     $        232,349   $        258,323   $      258,000    $            9   $      258,000    $                0.00%
       Utility administration fees                          175,215            174,965          183,439            76,433          183,439                     0.00%
       Reimbursement for elections                           20,534             24,455           12,000               292            26,000        14,000     116.67%
       Indirect cost reimbursement                          908,256            892,080          974,894           406,206          974,894                     0.00%
       Site-plan review fee                                     895              1,086            1,000               220            1,000                     0.00%
       Sale of cemetery lots                                 25,275             14,988           18,000            12,120            18,000                    0.00%
       Sale of columbarium niches
                                                                                                                                                                0.00%
       Police miscellaneous                                  48,873             74,044           65,000            23,202           65,000                      0.00%
       Police impound fees                                   37,781             51,225           40,000            23,155           40,000                      0.00%
       Landlord's alert fee                                   1,630              2,630                                315              315             315      0.00%
       Fire protection.state property                        82,087             42,052           85,000                             42,000         (43,000)   ~50.59%
       Zoning fees                                           13,915             13,955           10,000             5,450           10,000                      0.00%
       Clerk fees                                             1,391              2,738            2,230             1,165            2,230                      0.00%
       Clerk • passport fees                                                                      3,500               270            3,500                      0.00%
       Tax abatement application fees                         4,944              1,423            1,000             5,570           10,000          9,000     900.00%
       Treasurer fees                                        33,708             40,635           25,000             3,384
-I'>                                                                                                                                25,000                      0.00%
       False alann fees                                      18,806             17,738           10,000               255           10,000                      0.00%
       Miscellaneous cemetery income                         24,118             25,569           21,000             8,235           21,000                      0.00%
       Housing commission reimbursement
                                                                                                                                                                0.00%
       Senior transit program fees                            7,986              7,376             8,000            1,761             8,000                     0.00%
       Fire miscellaneous                                     9,012              3,858           15,000               296            15,000                     0.00%
       Sanitation stickers                                   42,355             51,081           "42,000           16,219            42,000                     0.00%
       Lot cleanup fees                                      74,584            134,156           70,000            58,838            70,000                     0.00%
       Reimbursements for mowing and demolitions             75,099            129,421           70,000            51,386            70,000                     0.00%
       Recreation erogram fees                              133,183            127,558          130,000            72,862           130,000                     0.00%
                                                   $      1,971,996   $      2,091,356   $    2,045,063    $      767,643   $     2,025,378   $   {19,685}     ·0.96%

       Interest and rental income
       Interest                                    $        331,923   $        181,931   $      150,000 $         (27,533) $       110,000    $   (40,000)    ·26.67%
       Flea market                                           22,157             27,526           27,000             2,229           27,000                     0.00%
       Farmers market                                        26,475             27,783           23,000             1,250           23,000                     0.00%
       City right of way rental                               6,400              6,400            4,400             4,400            4,400                     0.00%
       Parking ramp rentals                                  22,069             24,991            5,000             2,658            5,000                     0.00%
       McGraft park rentals                                  53,758             37,697           54,000             3,190           43,000        (11,000)    ·20.37%
       Other eark rentals                                    28,081             26,232           32,200            12,876           32,200                     0.00%
                                                   $        490,863   $        332,560   $      295~                 {930) $       244,600    $   {51,000)    •17.25%
      City of Muskegon
      Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 1st Quarter - General Fund
      General Fund Revenue Summary By Source


                                                                                                                                                        % Change
                                                                                    Original Budget   Actual Through   Revised Estimate Change From     From 2002
                                                 Actual 2001         Actual 2002    Estimate 2003       May 2003             2003       2002 Original    Original
      Fines and fees
      Income tax~ penalty and interest       $         95,916    $        166,621   $       90,000    $      444,523   $       175,000   $    85,000     94.44%
      Late fees on current taxes                       27,220              18,006           25,000            16,293            25,000                   0.00%
      Interest on late invoices                           730                 589            1,200                90             1,200                   0.00%
      Property transfer affidavit fines                 1,900                                                                                            0.00%
      Parking fines                                    74,056              61,957           80,000            36,590           80,000                    0.00%
      Court fin~s__                                   150,735             146,141          160,000            63,522          160,000                    0.00%
                                             $        350,557    $        393,314   $      356,200    $      561,018   $      441,200    $    85,000     23.86%

      Other revenue
      Sale of land and assets                $                   $                  $        3,000    $                $         3,000   $               0.00%
      Police sale and auction proceeds                   3,706              3,089            4,000             1,139             4,000                   0.00%
      CDBG program reimbursements                     322,587             372,492          250,000                            250,000                    0.00%
      Contributions                                    33,592              31,619           11,000             8,105           31,000         20,000    181.82%
      Muskegon County Community Foundation                                 13,521            7,000             8,000           33,000         26,000    371.43%
      Miscellaneous reimbursements                                                           1,000                              1,000                    0.00%
'-"   Miscellaneous and sund!Y                         17,755              18,341           15,000             4,795           15,000                    0.00%
                                             $        377,640    $        439,062   $      291,000    $       22,039   $      337,000    $    46,000     15.81%

      Other financing sources
      Operating transfers in
       Cemetery Perpetual Care               $         67,373    $         56,961   $       70,000    $       23,418            70,000
                                                                                                                       $                 $               0.00%
       Criminal Forfeitures Fund                       60,000                               75,000                              75,000                   0.00%
       Police Training Fund                            31,142              22,281                                                                        0.00%
       ODA for Administration                          10,000              10,000           10,000             4,167            10,000                   0.00%
       Reese Playfreld Fund                             4,333              76,746                                                                        0.00%
       RLF for Administration                           5,000               5,000            5,000             2,083             5,000                   0.00%
       Budget Stabilization Fund                                                           500,000                           1,000,000       500,000    100.00%
       Special Assessment Fund                                                              40,000                              40,000                   0.00%
       Hackley Park Improvement Fund
                                                                                                                                                         0.00%
       Hacklei'. Park Memorial Fund                       609               9,997                                                                        0.00%
                                             $        178,457    $        180,985   $      700,000    $       29,668   $     1,200,000   $   500,000    71,43%

      Total general fund revenues and
      other sources                          $     23,446,611    $     23,617,163   $   23,757,776    $   10,863,477   $    23,683,743   $   fZ4.033l    -0.31%
              City of Muskegon
              Quarterly Budget Reforecast. 2003 1st Quarter• General Fund
              General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                               Actual As                                            % Change
                                                                                              Original Budget Actual Through     %of           Revised           Change From        From 2002
                                                           Actual 2001         Actual 2002    Estimate 2003     May2003        Revised      Estimate 2003        2002 Original       Revised
               I. Customer Value Added Activities

      40301 Police Department
      5100       Salaries & Benefits                  $       5,803,534    $      5,848,623   $    6,324,535   $   2,448,313        39% $      6,324,535     $                         0.00%
      5200       Operating Supplies                             154,660             148,091          150,000          40,888        27%          150,000                               0.00%
      5300       Contractual Services                           951,902             981,682          902,000         402,446        45%          902,000                               0.00%
      5400       Other Expenses                                  54,675              73,558           28,000           7,257        26%           28,000                               0.00%
      5700       Capital Outlays                                 87,593             125,512           24,310           6,124        25%           24,310                               0.00%
      5900       Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                               0.00%
                                                       $      7 052,364    $      7177 466    $    7 428 845   $   2 905 028        39% $       7 428 845    $                         0.00%
                                                       $      7,052,364    $      7,177,466   $    7,428,845   $   2,905,028        39% $       7,428,845    $                      _____Q,Q9%

      50336 Fire Department
      5100       Salaries & Benefits                   $      2,930,180    $      2,964,455   $    2,947,103   $   1,290,700        44% $       2,947,103    $                         0.00%
      5200       Operating Supplies                              92,307             105,122          100,000          42,236        42%           100,000                              0.00%
      5300       Contractual Services                           149,605             165,970          150,000         132,761        89%           150,000                              0.00%
      5400       Other Expenses                                  12,785              20,731           20,000           6,304        32%            20,000                              0.00%
      5700       Capital Outlays                                 32,714              57,570           27,469          51,634        52%            99,600                72,131       262.59%
      5900       Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                               0.00%
CT)                                                    $      3,217 591    $      3,313,848   $    3 244 572   $   1 523,635        46% $       3,316.703    $           72131         2.22%


      50387 Fire Safety Inspections
      5100       Salaries & Benefits                   $        579,330    $        693,916   $      782,418   $     313,157         40% $        782,418    $                          0.00%
      5200       Operating Supplies                              25,077              22,393           25,500           7,145         28%           25,5-00                              0.00%
      5300       Contractual Services                           232,848             266,610          260,606          45,235         17%          260,606                               0.00%
      5400       Other Expenses                                   8,109              11,903           10,000           6,470         65%           10,000                               0.00%
      5700       Capital Outlays                                 15,215              11,536            3,000           1,337         45%            3,000                               0.00%
      5900       Other_ Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                               0.00%
                                                       $        860,579    $      1,006 358   $    1 081,524   $     373 344         35% $      1 081 524    $                          0.00%
                                                       $      4 078 170    $      4,320,206   $    4,326,096   $   1,896,979         43% $      4,398 227    $       __7~1_31       ____!,__§_7%



      60523 General Sanitation
      5100       Salaries & Benefits                   $         67,901    $         67,465   $       78,067   $      28,262         36% $         78,067    $                         0.00%
      5200       Operating Supplies                               1,006                 344              900           3,356         96%            3,500                 2,600       288.89%
      5300       Contractual Services                         1,351,420           1,406,612        1,432,282         356,995         25%        1,442,282                10,000        0.70%
      5400       Other Expenses                                      83                 794              300                          0%              300                               0.00%
      5700       Capital Outlays                                 24,847              44,725           25,660                          0%           41,399                15,739        61.34%
      5900       Other Financin Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                               0.00%
                                                       $       1445257     $      1 519 940    $   1537209     $     388 613         25% $      1 565 548    $           28 339         1.84%
      60528 Recycling
      5100      Salaries & Benefits                    $                                       $               $                      NIA $                  $                          0.00%
      5200      Operating Supplies                                                                                                    NIA                                               0.00%
      5300      Contractual Services                            257,926             218,067          260,000          54,600         22%          250,000                (10,000)       -3.85%
      5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                        NIA                                               0.00%
      5700      Cap'1tal Outlays                                   3,305                               1,500                          0%            3,250                  1,750       116.67%
      5900   _ _Other Financin Uses                                                                                                   NIA                                                0.00%
                                                       _$_ _261,231        $        218,067    $     261,500   $      54,600         22% $        253,250        $        {8,250}       -3.15%
                City of Muskegon
                Quarterly Budget Reforecast • 2003 1st Quarter• General Fund
                General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                 Actual As                                          % Change
                                                                                                Original Budget Actual Through     %of           Revised          Change From       From 2002
                                                             Actual 2001         Actual 2002    Estimate 2003     May2003        Revised     Estimate 2003        2002 Original      Revised
      60550 Stormwater Management
      5100        Salaries & Benefits                    $                   $          7,372   $      20,000    $                     0% $         20,000    $                       0.00%
      5200        Operating Supplies                                                                    4,450                          0%            4,450                            0.00%
      5300        Contractual Services                                                 16,352          28,000           2,084          7%           28,000                            0.00%
      5400        Other Expenses                                                                          600                          0%              600                            0.00%
      5700        Capital Outlays                                                                       2,500                          0%            2,500                            0.00%
      5900        Other Financin Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                            0.00%
                                                         $                   $         23,724   $      55 550    $      2,084          4%    $      5?550     $                       0.00°,'!,
      60448 Streetlighting
      5100
      5200
                  Salaries & Benefits
                  Operating Supplies
                                                         $         11 ;387
                                                                             •         12,983
                                                                                                •                •        854         43%
                                                                                                                                       NIA
                                                                                                                                             $       2,000
                                                                                                                                                              •            2,000      0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                      0.00%
      5300        Contractual Services                            504,551            505,079          515,000         211,766         41%          515,000                            0.00%
      5400        Other Expenses                                                                                                       NIA                                            0.00%
      5700        Gapita1 Outlays                                                       4,350           5,000           3,850        128%             3,000               (2,000)    -40.00%
      5900        Other F"1nancin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                            0.00%
                                                         $        515,938    $        522,412   $     520,000    !    216 470         42% $         520,000   $                       0.00%
      60707 Senior Citizen Transit
      5100
      5200
                   Salaries & Benefits
                   Operating Supplies
                                                         •         44,925    $         44,863
                                                                                                •      47,833    $     16,996         36% $
                                                                                                                                       NIA
                                                                                                                                                     47,833   $                       0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                      0.00%
      5300         Contractual Services                             7,100              10,140           ·7,540           4,290        57%             7,540                           0.00%
-.J   5400         Other Expenses                                                                                                      NIA                                            0.00%
      5700         Capital Outlays                                                                                                     NIA                                            0.00%
      5900         Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                            0.00%
                                                         $         52 025    $         55 003   $      55 373    $     21 286         38% $          55,373   $                       0.00%
      60446 Community Event Support
      5100       Salaries & Benefits                      $        77,841    $         31,192   $      76,972    $       4,100          5% $         76,972   $                         0.00%
      5200       Operating Supplies                                 1,971               1,524           2,000             531          27%            2,000                             0.00%
      5300       Contractual Services                              31,071              11,004          15,000             701           5%           15,000                             0.00%
      5400        Other Expenses                                                                                                        NIA                                             0.00%
      5700        Capita! Outlays                                                                                                       NIA                                             0.00%
      §.@00   _ _ Qther Financing Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                             0.00%
                                                          $       110 883    $         43 720   $       93 972   $      5.332           6% $         93 972   $                     ____Q,Q_Q_%
                                                         •      2.385 334    $      2 382 866
                                                                                                •    2,523 604
                                                                                                                 •    688 385          27% $      2,543,693
                                                                                                                                                              •           20,089

      70751 Parks Maintenance
      5100
      5200
      5300
                   Salaries & Benefits
                   Operating Supplies
                   Contractual Services
                                                          $       470,749
                                                                  240,998
                                                                  596,720
                                                                             $        476,360
                                                                                      150,285
                                                                                      601,199
                                                                                                •     552,349
                                                                                                      180,000
                                                                                                      500,000
                                                                                                                 $     200,145
                                                                                                                        25,663
                                                                                                                       143,336
                                                                                                                                       36% $
                                                                                                                                       14%
                                                                                                                                       28%
                                                                                                                                                    552,349
                                                                                                                                                    180,000
                                                                                                                                                    515,000
                                                                                                                                                              $

                                                                                                                                                                          15,000
                                                                                                                                                                                       0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                       0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                       3.00%
      5400         Other Expenses                                   2,905               2,548           2,000                           0%            2,000                            0.00%
      5700         Gapital Outlays                                 75,959             152,224          52,929           36,628         69%           52,929                            0.00%
      5900         Other Financin Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                            0.00%
                                                          $      1,387 331   $      1382616     $    1 287,278   $     405 772         31% $      1 302 278   $           15 000       1.17%
      70757 Mc Graft Park Maintenance
      5100         Salaries & Benefits                    $         5,030    $          6,059    $      18,005   $       1,935         11% $         18,005   $                        0.00%
      5200         Operating Supplies                               4,918               4,135            4,031           1,503         37%            4,031                            0.00%
      5300         Contractual Services                            42,488              30,762           24,000           7,976         33%           24,000                            0.00%
      5400         Other Expenses                                     238                  56              200                          0%              200                            0.00%
      5700         Capital Outlays                                     65                                7,800              39          1%            7,800                            0.00%
      5900         Other Finari_c;ing Uses                                                                                              NIA                                            0.00%
                                                          $         52,739   $         41,012
                                                                                                 •      54,036   !      11,453         21% $         54,036
                                                                                                                                                              •                        0.00%
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast • 2003 1st Quarter• General Fund
            General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                            Actual As                                         % Change
                                                                                           Original Budget Actual Through     %of         Revised           Change From       From 2002
                                                         Actual 2001        Actual 2002    Estimate 2003     May2003        Revised     Estimate 2003       2002 Original      Revised
     70775 General & Inner City Recreation
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       283,433    $       281,055    $     341,290   $      74,461         22% $       341,290    $                      0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                              51,416             58,590           55,386          22,344         42%          52,886                (2,500)    -4.51%
     5300     Contractual Services                           135,564            137,912           97,823          37,329         38%          97,823                           0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                   9,252             10,375            4,350           4,026         93%           4,350                           0.00%
     5700     Capita! Outlays                                    383                                               2,072         83%           2,500                2,500       0.00%
     5900     Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                           0.00%
                                                     $       480,048    $       487,932    $     498 849   $     140 232         28% $       498 849    $                      0.00%
     70276 Cemeteries Maintenance
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $       185,819    $       188,401    $     196,834   $      84,116         43% $       196,834    $                      0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                              21,908             22,607           20,000           2,576         13%          20,000                           0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                           263,671            258,681          255,000          31,029         12%         255,000                           0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                   1,199              1,121            1,000             175         18%           1,000                           0.00%
     5700     Gapita! Outlays                                 33,975             14,626           33,165          28,145         85%          33,165                           0.00%
     5900     Other Financing Uses                                                                                                NIA                                          0.00%
                                                     $       506.572    $       485 436    $     505 999   $     146,041         29% $       505 999    $                      0.00%
     70585 Parking Operations
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         13,439
     5200
     5300
              Operating Supplies
              Contractual Services
                                                                2,476
                                                               32,854
                                                                        '         14,831
                                                                                   1,032
                                                                                  40,972
                                                                                           $      14,549
                                                                                                   3,000
                                                                                                  28,802
                                                                                                           $       9,028
                                                                                                                   1,110
                                                                                                                  51,271
                                                                                                                                 62% $
                                                                                                                                 37%
                                                                                                                                 68%
                                                                                                                                              14,549
                                                                                                                                               3,000
                                                                                                                                              75,000
                                                                                                                                                        $

                                                                                                                                                                   46,198
                                                                                                                                                                                0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                               160.40%
co   5400     Other Expenses                                                                                                      NIA                                           0.00%
     5700     Gapital Outlays                                                      4,503                                          NIA                                           0.00%
     5900     Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                           0.00%
                                                     $         48 769   $         61338    $      46,351   $      61,409         66% $        92 549    $          46,198      99.67%
     70771 Forestry
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         86,584   $         84,297   $     111,664   $      52,513         47% $       111,664    $                      0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                9,831              6,024           7,800           6,133         79%           7,800                           0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                             14,244             13,864          17,000          13,623         80%          17,000                           0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                    1,309                394           1,500             844         56%           1,500                           0.00%
     5700     capital Outlays                                   2,101              2,844           4,359           2,060         47%           4,359                           0.00%
     5900     Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                          0.00%
                                                     $        114,069   $        107,423   $     142,323   $      75,173         53% $       142 323    $                      0.00%
     70863 Farmers' Market & Flea Market
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $         28,023   $         29,241   $      34,258   $       7,863         23% $        34,258    $                       0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                  860              1,644           1,000                          0%           1,000                            0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                             19,175             14,292           7,230           2,160         30%           7,230                            0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                                                                                      NIA                                           0.00%
     5700     Capital Outlays                                                                                                     NIA                                           0.00%
     5900     Other Fin~_ncin Uses                                                                                                N/A                                           0.00%
                                                     $         48 058   $         45177    $      42,488   $      10,023         24% $         42.488   $                       0.00%
                                                     $      2,637,586   $      2,610,934   $   2,577,324   $     850,103         32% $      2,638,522   $          61198        2.37%

     80799 Weed and Seed Program
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                    $                  $                  $               $                      NIA $                 $                       0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                                                                                  NIA                                           0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                                                                                                NIA                                           0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                                                                                      N/A                                           0.00%
     5700     Gapital Outlays                                                                                                     NIA                                           0.00%
     5900     Qtl'ler_Financing Uses                                                                                              NIA                                           0.00%
                                                     $                  $                  $               $                      N/A $                 $                       0.00°&
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 1st Quarter - General Fund
            General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                            Actual As                                         % Change
                                                                                                           Original Budget Actual Through     %of          Revised            Change From     From 2002
                                                                         Actual 2001        Actual 2002    Estimate 2003     May2003        Revised     Estimate 2003         2002 Original    Revised
     80387 Environmental Services
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                                    $       179,865    $       173,926    $     201,491    $     75,615         38% $        201,491     $                    0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                               9,023             12,389           11,000           3,115         28%           11,000                          0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                                           244,510            300,582          194,806          47,167         24%          194,806                          0.00%
     5400     other Expenses                                                   1,633              1,505             2,000            189          9%            2,000                          0.00%
     5700     capital outlays                                                  6,556             16,123           . 4,000          3,165         79%            4,000                          0.00%
     5900     Qtb...e.r Financing Uses                                                                                                            NIA                                          0.00%
                                                                     $       441,587    $       504,525    $     413,297    $    129,251         31% $        413 297     $                    0.00%
                                                                     $       441,587    $       504,525    $     413,297    $    129,251         31% $        413,297     $                    0.00%

(D
     10875 Other - Contributions to Outside Agencies
             Muskegon Area Transit (MATS}                            $         80,163   $         80,163
             Neighborhood Association Grants
             Muskegon Area First (MAF)
                                                                               34,063             35,975
                                                                                                  46,066
                                                                                                           '      80,500
                                                                                                                  36,000
                                                                                                                  42,000
                                                                                                                            $     20,041
                                                                                                                                  26,482
                                                                                                                                  21,000
                                                                                                                                                        $       80,500
                                                                                                                                                                36,000
                                                                                                                                                                42,000
                                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
             Veterans Memorial Day Costs                                        7,535              8,070           8,500                                         8,500                         0.00%
             WMSRDC - Muskegon Area Plan (MAP)                                  6,151              6,151                                                                                       0.00%
             Institute for Healing Racism                                       3,000              4,000           3,000            3,000                        3,000                         0.00%
             MLK Diversity Program                                                                                 1,000            1,000                        1,000                         0.00%
             Muskegon Area Labor Management (MALMC)                             1,000              1,000           1,000                                         1,000                         0.00%
             Sister Cities' Youth Travel                                        1,000
                                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
             Muskegon County and Humane Society- Feral Cat Control                                14,157          16,000            1,250                       16,000                         0.00%
             Other
                                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
            Contribu_tjons To Outside Agencies                       $        132,912   $       195 582    $     188 1000   $     72,773         39% $         188,000    $                    0.00%
                                                                     $        132 912   $       195 582    $     188 000    $     72,773         39% $         188 000    $                    0.00%


            Total Customer Value Added Activities                    $     16,727,953   $    17,191,579    $   17,457,166   $   6,542,519        37% $      17,610,58_4   $         153,418    0.88%
            As a Percent of Total General Fund
            Expen~!ures                                                         72.0%              71.7%           73.2%           72.9%                         73.0%
             City of Muskegon
             Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 20031st Quarter - General Fund
             General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                             Actual As                                       % Change
                                                                                            Original Budget Actual Through     % of         Revised          Change From     From 2002
                                                          Actual 2001        Actual 2002    Estimate 2003     May 2003       Revised     Estimate 2003       2002 Original    Revised
             II. Business Value Added Activities

    10101 City Commission
    5100       Salaries & Benefits                    $         56.483   $         60,555   $      62,793   $      24,016         38% $        62,793    $                    0.00%
    5200       Operating Supplies                               12,288            12,538           16,000             445          3%          16,000                         0.00%
    5300       Contractual Services                             36,894            48,510           41,964          12,538         30%          41,964                         0.00%
    5400       Other Expenses                                    7,631             9,758           11,000           3,491         32%          11,000                         0.00%
    5700       capital Outlays                                                       528                                           NIA                                        0.00%
    5900       Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                        0.00%
                                                      $        113,296   $       131 889    $     131 757   $      40490          31% $       131 757    $                    0.00%
    10102 City Promotions & Public Relations
    5100       Salaries & Benefits                    $                  $                  $               $                      NIA $                 $                    0.00%
    5200       Operating Supplies                                                                  10,000           1,192         12%          10,000
~                                                                                                                                                                             0.00%
0   5300       Contractual Services                             24,563             26,499          35,572           8,707         24%          35,572                         0.00%
    5400       Other Expenses                                                           8                                          NIA                                        0.00%
    5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                     NIA                                        0.00%
    5900       Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                        0.00%
                                                      $         24,563   $         26.507   $      45,572   $       9,899         22% $        45.572    $                    0.00%
    10172 City Manager
    5100       Salaries & Benefits                    $        168,180   $        173,154   $     189,451   $      75,893         40% $       189,451    $                     0.00%
    5200       Operating Supplies                                1,651              1,683           2,750             479         17%           2,750                          0.00%
    5300       Contractual Services                              2,055              2,563           3,750             985         26%           3,750                          0.00%
    5400       Other Expenses                                    2,149              3,037           2,750             997         36%           2,750                          0.00%
    5700       Capital Outlays                                                        102           1,500                          0%           1,500                          0.00%
    5900       Other Financin Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                         0.00%
                                                      $        174,035   $        180 539   $     200 201   $      78,354         39% $       200 201    $                     0.00%
    10145 City Attorney
    5100       Salaries & Benefits                    $                  $                  $               $                      N/A $                 $                     0.00%
    5200       Operating Supplies                                 833                869            1,000                          0%           1,000                          0.00%
    5300       Contractual Services                           457,739            449,721          423,201         161,128         38%         423,201                          0.00%
    5400       Other Expenses                                                                                                      NIA                                         0.00%
    5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                     NIA                                         0.00%
    59_QQ_     Oth~r_E]mmcing Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                         0.00%
                                                      $       458,572    $       450,590    $     424,201   $     161,128         38% $       424,201    $                     0.00%
                                                      $       770466     $       789,525    $     801,731   $     289 871         36% $       801,731    $                     0.00')i
           City of Muskegon
           Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 1st Quarter - General Fund
           General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                             Actual As                                        % Change
                                                                                            Original Budget Actual Through    %of           Revised          Change From      From 2002
                                                         Actual 2001        Actual 2002     Estimate 2003      May 2003      Revised     Estimate 2003       2002 Original     Revised
    20173 Administration
    5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $        120,324   $       129,504     $     136,911   $      57,072         42% $       136,911    $                     0.00%
    5200     Operating Supplies                                 1,784             2,050             2,500             259         10%           2,500                          0.00%
    5300     Contractual Services                              15,734             16,255           20,973           1,348          6%          20,973                          0.00%
    5400     Other Expenses                                     7,230              5,415           ·8,000           1,424         18%           8,000                          0.00%
    5700     Capital Outlays                                    1,632                 73            2,000             977         49%           2,000                          0.00%
    5900     Other Financin Uses                                                                                                   NIA                                         0.00%
                                                     $        146,704   $       153,297     $     170 384   $      61,080         36% $       170 384    $                     0.09%
    20228 Affirmative Action
    5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $         72,256   $        84,810     $      92,465   $      36,156         39% $        92,465    $                     0.00%
    5200     Operating Supplies                                 1,713               757             2,672             226          8%           2,672                          0.00%
    5300     Contractual Services                               1,759             1,356             1,872             210         11%           1,872                          0.00%
    5400     Other Expenses                                     2,913             4,187             4,803           1,130         24%           4,803                          0.00%
    5700     Capita! Outlays                                      649               723                                            NIA                                         0.00%
    5900     Other Flnancin Uses                                                                                                   NIA                                         0.00%
                                                     $         79 290   $        91,833     $     101,812
                                                                                                            '      37722
~                                                                                                                                 37% $       101 812
~
    20744 Julia Hackley Internships
    5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $         10,692   $          8,885    $       7,000   $                      0% $         7,000
                                                                                                                                                         '
                                                                                                                                                         $
                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%

                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
    5200     Operating Supplies                                                                        10                          0%              10                          0.00%
    5300     Contractual Services
                                                                                                                                   NIA                                         0.00%
    5400     Other Expenses                                        20                                                              NIA                                         0.00%
    5700     Capital Outlays                                                                                                       NIA                                         0.00%
    5900     Other Financing Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                         0.00%
                                                     $         10712    $          8,885    $       7,010   $                      0% $         7.010    $                     0.00%
    20215 City Clerk & Elections
    5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $       208,602    $       234,459     $     245,398   $      85,627         34% $       252,498    $            7,100     2.89%
    5200     Operating Supplies                               35,327             45,977            20,300           7,195         26%          27,245                 6,945    34.21%
    5300     Contractual Services                             31,458             62,596            41,000          15,684         38%          41,000                           0.00%
    5400     Other Expenses                                    7,136              5,437             3,000           1,913         64%           3,000                          0.00%
    5700     Capital Outlays                                   5,199              5,813             2,000              49          2%           2,000                           0.00%
    5900     Other Financing Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                          0.00%
                                                     $       287,722    $       354.282     $     311,698   $     110,468         34% $       325,743    $          14,045     4.51%
    20220 Civil Service
    5100      Salaries & Benefits                    $        132,405   $       160,513     $     172,583   $      71,882         42% $       172,583    $               0.00%
    5200      Operating Supplies                               17,111            15,396            10,950           5,037         46%          10,950                    0.00%
    5300      Contractual Services                             22,799            22,138            23,200           9,508         41%          23,200                    0.00%
    5400      Other Expenses                                   12,336             9,108             6,000             746         12%           6,000                    0.00%
    5700      Capital Outlays                                   8,600             1,129             1,278                          0%           1,278                    0.00%
    5900     .Q!b~.r: Financin Uses                                                                                                NIA                                   0.00%
                                                     $       193,251    $       208,284     $     214011    $      87,173         41% $       214,011    $               0.00%
                                                     $       717 679    $       81!;,,581   $     804,915   $     296,443         36% $       818,960
                                                                                                                                                         '          14~.74%
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 1st Quarter - General Fund
            General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                             Actual As                                         % Change
                                                                                            Original Budget Actual Through     %of         Revised           Change From       From 2002
                                                          Actual 2001        Actual 2002    Estimate 2003       May2003      Revised     Estimate 2003       2002 Original      Revised

     30202 Finance Administration
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $       267,254    $       280,785    $     300,307   $      128,111        43% $       300,307    $                      0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                9,554              6,663            6,600           3,162         48%           6,600                           0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                              99,977           115,025           87,050          59,162         68%          86,450                  (600)     -0,69%
     5400     Other Expenses                                     2,348              3,935           2,538             176         35%             500                (2,038)    -80.30%
     5700     Capital Outlays                                    2,085              4,730                           1,938        100%            1,938               1,938      0.00%
     5900     Other Financin Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                          0,00%
                                                      $       381,218    $       411,138    $     396,495   $      192 549        49% $       395,795    $             (700}    -0,18%_
     30209 Assessing Services
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $          6,759   $          6,093   $       7,620   $        5,461        72% $         7,620    $                      0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                                                                                   NIA                                          0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                            367,367            390,926          398,051           99,006        25%         398,051                           0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                       45                 60              100               80        80%             100                           0.00%
     5700     Capital Outlays                                                                                                      NIA                                          0.00%
     5900     Other Financln Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                          0.00%
                                                      $        374 171   $       397 079    $     405 771   $      104 547        26% $       405 771    $                      0.00%
     30205 Income Tax Administration
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $        213,846   $       194,487    $     227,024   $       94,731        42% $       227,024    $                      0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                24,678            21,941           24.800            9,696        39%          24,800                           0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                              34,092            49,928           40,263           13,473        33%          40,263
~                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                     1,648             1,410            1,000              159        16%           1,000                           0.00%
""   5700     Capita! Outlays                                      206             5,807            2,000            1,437        72%           2,000                           0.00%
     5900     Other Financing Uses                                                                                                 NIA                                          0.00%
                                                      $        274,470   $       273,573    $     295 087   $      119,496        40% $       295,087    $                      0.00%
     30253 City Treasurer
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $        236,759   $       272,839    $     295,645   $      118,562        40% $       295,645    $                       0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                35,489            32,865           32,232           13,046        40%          32,232                            0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                              49,210            43,750           33,500           24,926        74%          33,500                            0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                       900             2,933            1,500              439        29%           1,500                            0,00%
     5700     Capita! Outlays                                    4,281            12,653            4,000            1,497        37%           4,000                            0.00%
     5900     Other Financin Uses                                                                                                  NIA                                           0.00%
                                                      $        326 639   $       365 040    $     366 877   $      158,470        43% $       366877     $                       0.00%
     30248 Information Systems Administration
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $        182,403   $       235,640    $     259,055   $      108,094        42% $       259,055    $                      0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                 2.024             2,345            4,700              112         2%           4,700                           0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                              72,769            66,905           53,249            6,492        12%          53,249                            0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                    12,457             8,049            9,000            6,268        70%           9,000                           0.00%
     5700     Capita! Outlays                                   53,828            37,893           26,497           10,338        39%          26,497                            0.00%
     5900     Other Financ[ng__!J_~eL                                                                                              NIA                                          0.00%
                                                      $        323,481   $        350,832   $     352,501   $      131,304        37% $        352,501   $                      0.00%
                                                      $      1.679,979   $      1,797,662   $   1 816,731   $      706,366        39% $      1,816,031   $             {700)    -0.04%

     60265 City Hall Maintenance
     5100     Salaries & Benefits                     $         64.853   $        66,138    $      65,153   $       28,530        44% $        65,153    $                       0.00%
     5200     Operating Supplies                                12,457            15,693           14.850            5,933        40%           14,850                           0.00%
     5300     Contractual Services                             214,595           203,498          190,000           71,641        38%         190,000                            0.00%
     5400     Other Expenses                                       598                                500                          0%             500                            0.00%
     5700     Capital Outlays                                      253             12,500           8,477              329         4%           8,477                            0.00%
     ~!)9     Other Finar::i_c;_i_Qg_Uses                                                                                          NIA                                           0.00%
                                                      $        292 756   $       297 829    $     278 980   $      106433         38% $       278 980    $                       0.00%
                                                      $        292 756   $       297,829    $     278,980   $      106 433        38% $       278 980    $                       0.00½_
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast • 2003 1st Quarter • General Fund
            General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                         Actual As                                          % Change
                                                                                                        Original Budget Actual Through     %of          Revised           Change From       From 2002
                                                                     Actual 2001         Actual 2002    Estimate 2003         May 200~ ~ s e d        Estimate 2003       2002 Original      Revised

    80400 Planning, Zoning and Economic Development
    5100      Salaries & Benefits                                $       387,005     $       393,435    $     437,835     $      172,048       39% $       437,835    $                      0.00%
    5200      Operating Supplies                                          19,455              12,765            14,000             5,111       37%          14,000                           0.00%
    5300      Contractual Services                                        87,314              44,078            50,300            15,887       32%          50,300                           0.00%
    5400      Other Expenses                                               9,751              10,293             6,964             2,780       40%           6,964                           0.00%
    5700      Capital Outlays                                              3,644               6,239             3,000               126        4%           3,000                           0.00%
    59QO      Other Financin Uses                                                                                                               N/A                                          0.00%
                                                                 $        507 169    $       466,810    s      512 099    $      195,952       38% $       512,099    $                      0.00%
                                                                 $        507,169    $       466 810    $      512 099    $      195 952       38% $       512 099    $                      0.00%

            Total Business Value Added Activities                $      3,968,049    $      4,168,407   $    4,214,456    $_ 1,595,06_5_ _     38°~ - 4,227~_                 __
                                                                                                                                                                               13,345         0.32%
            As a Percent of Total General Fund
            Expenditures                                                    17.1%               17.4%            17.7%             17.8%                      17.5%

            II. Fixed Budget Items

    30999 Transfers To Other Funds
              Major Street Fund                                  $                   $        100,000   $                 $                     NIA $                 $                       0.00%
              Local Street Fund                                           820,000             850,000          700,000           273,889       44%          620,000              (80,000)    -11.43%
              Budget Stabilization Fund                                   250,000                                                               NIA                                           0.00%
~             LC. Walker Arena Fund (Operating Subsidy)                   301,000             271,837          260,000           108,333       42%          260,000                           0.00%
w             Public Improvement Fund (Fire Equipment Reserve)            150,000             150,000          150.000            62,500       42%          150,000                           0.00%
              State Grants Fund (Grant Matches)                                               105,000                                           N/A                                           0.00%
              MOD State Rehab Loan Fund                                                                                                         NIA                                           0.00%
              T!FA Debt Service Fund                                                                                                            N/A                                            0.00%
              Tree Re lacement                                                                                                                  N/A                                            0.00%
                                                                 $      1,521,000    $      1.476,837   $    11110.000    $      444 722       43% $      1,030,000   $          (80 000)     -7.21°4_

    30851   General Insurance                                    $        236.222    $        281,887   $      365,000    $      344.601       98% $        350,000   $          (15,000)     -4.11%
    30906   Debt Retirement                                               375,101             216,860          212,006              4,831       2%          220,000                7,994      3.77%
    10891   Contingency and Bad Debt Expense                              268,110             495,550          400,000            (57,240)     -14%         400,000                           0.00%
    90000   Major Capital Improvements                                    139,543             140,414           85,000            103,989      37%          277,500              192,500     226.47%
            Total Fixed-Budget Items                             $      2,539,976    $      2,611,548    $    2,172,006   $       840,903      37% $      2,277,500   $          105,494      4.86%
            As a Percent of Total General Fund
            Expenditures                                                     10.9%              10.9%              9.1%              9.4%                      9.4%


              Total General Fund                                 $     23,235,978    $     23,971,534    $   23.843,628   $     8.978,487      37% $ 24,115,885       $          272,257      1.14%




            Recap: Total General Fund By Expenditure Object
    5100      Salaries & Benefits                                $     12,895,861    $     13,226,336    $ 14,246.608     $     5,614.241      39% $ 14,255.708       $             9,100     0.06%
    5200      Operating Supplies                                          790,815             705,722         728,431             208,493      28%      735,476                    7,045      0.97%
    5300      Contractual Services                                      6,991,218           7,496,547       7,092,034           2,405,598      34%    7,137,632                   45,598      0.64%
    5400      Other Expenses                                              159,350             186.615         127,105              44,868      36%      125,067                   (2,038)     -1.60%
    5700      Capital Outlays                                             502,633             662,617         327,444             255,734      42%      612,002                  284,558      86,90%
    _?900     All Other Financing Uses                                  1,896,101           1,693,697       1,322,006             449,553      36%    1,250,000                  {72,006)     -5.45%
              Total General Fund                                 $     23,235,97~    $     23,971,534    $ 23,843,628     $     8,978.487      37% $ 24,115,885       $          272,257       1.14%
              City of Muskegon
              Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                         % Change
                                                                                                  Original Budget    Actual Through Actual As % Revised Estimate       Change From       From 2003
                                                          Actual 2001         Actual 2002         Estimate 2003        May2003      of Revised        2003             2003 Original      Original                          Comments

      202     Major Streets and State Trunklines Fund
              Available Fund Balance· BOY
                                                      •       2,989,718
                                                                          •       2,361.992
                                                                                              •         1.607,931    $    1,622,095
                                                                                                                                                •      1,622,095
                                                                                                                                                                   '          14,164

              Revenues
               Special assessments                              228,652             324,200
               Federal grants
               State grants
                                                      $
                                                              3,331,781
                                                                186.000
                                                                          $
                                                                                  3,487,352
                                                                                     91,973
                                                                                              $           200,000
                                                                                                          656,000
                                                                                                       10,950,000
                                                                                                                     $

                                                                                                                           352,047
                                                                                                                                                $        200,000
                                                                                                                                                         584,000
                                                                                                                                                      11,650,000
                                                                                                                                                                   '         (72,000)
                                                                                                                                                                             700,000
                                                                                                                                                                                           0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                          -10.98%
                                                                                                                                                                                           6.39%
                                                                                                                                                                                                     STP GRANTS (LINCOLN AND CRESTON PROJECTS)
                                                                                                                                                                                                     SHORELINE DRIVE GRANTS
               State shared revenve                           2,513,944           2,582,023             2,675,215          619,954                     2,675,215                           0.00%
               Interest income                                  159,976              95,702               100,000           32,520                      100,000                            0.00%
               Operating transfers in                                               100,000                                                                                                0.00%
               Other                                            283.125           2.635118                320,288             5592                       320,288                           0.00%
                                                      $       6 703,478   S       9,316,368            14,901.503
~

+'-   60900   Operating Expenditures
                                                                                              '                      '    1.010.113
                                                                                                                                                '     15 529,503   $         628,000       4.21%



      $100
      '200
      ssoo
                Salaries & Benefits
                Operating Supplies
                Contractual Services
                                                      $         596,655
                                                                195,361
                                                                894,483
                                                                          '         608.476
                                                                                    194,806
                                                                                    976J)42
                                                                                              '           905,439
                                                                                                          209,200
                                                                                                          831,651
                                                                                                                     $     319,540
                                                                                                                            91,355
                                                                                                                           491;J70
                                                                                                                                       '"
                                                                                                                                       '4%
                                                                                                                                       59%
                                                                                                                                                $       905.439
                                                                                                                                                        209,200
                                                                                                                                                        831,651
                                                                                                                                                                   $                      0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                          0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                          0.00%
      5400      Ol!ler Expenses                                   5,589               6,082                  ,,ooo                     24%                4,000                           0.00%
      5700      Capital Outla~                                    1,6'5                                                        ""       >VA                                               0.00%
      $900      01/ler Financi,:ig Uses                         610,523           3,059.793               640,413                       0%               940.413             300,000      46.84%     DEBT SERVICE; $300.0000 TRANSFER TO LOCAL STREETS
                                                              2 304,246   $       4,845.201
                                                                                              •         2 590,703    $     903 329     '1%      $      2,890.703   $         300,000      11.58%

      90000   Project Expend"rtures
      $200       Operating Supplies                                                           s                                                                    s
                                                                                                                     '                  NIA
                                                      $                   $                                                                     $                                          0,00%
      5300      Contractual Services                          5,026,958           5,211.064            13,670.000          519.540      '%            13.447,000             {223,000)    •1.63%     SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
      5'00      Ca Ital Cutia                                                                                                           NIA                                                0.00%
                                                                          s                                                             ,%
                                                              5.026.958
                                                              7,331.204   $
                                                                                  5,211 064
                                                                                 10.056.265   '
                                                                                              $
                                                                                                       13.670,000
                                                                                                       16,260,703
                                                                                                                     's     519.540
                                                                                                                          1,422,869     9%
                                                                                                                                                ''    13.447 000
                                                                                                                                                      16,337,703
                                                                                                                                                                   $         (223 000)    -163%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0.47%

              Available Fund Ba_lantli:___:_E:i;Tt.   _$___2,361.992
                                                                          '       1,622.095
                                                                                              '           248,731
                                                                                                                     •    1,209,339             $        813,895   $          565,164
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                             %Change
                                                                                       Original Budget    Actual Through Actual As% Revised Estimate       Change From       from 2003
                                               Actual 2001         Actual 2002         Estimate 2003        May2003      ofRev;sed        2003             2003 Original      Original                           Comments

    203     Local Streets Fund
                                                                                                          s       9,701             s                  s
            Available Fund Balanee - BOY

            Revenues
                                           $         122,966
                                                               '         156,747   $            87,279                                        9,701               (77,578)


             Special assessments                                                   s           100,000    s
                                                                                                                                    '
                                           $         120,108   $         143$45                                                             100,000    $                       0.00%
             Federal grants                                                                                                                 270,000              270,000       0.00%       EDA FOR SEAWAY INDUSTRIAL PARK
             State grants                             24,000                                   100,000                                                           (100,000)   -100.00%      SHORELINE DRIVE GRANTS
             State shared revenue                    645,381             638.602               654,351          171,810                     654,351                            0.00%
             Interest income                          12,845              14,516                10,000              37'                       10,000                           0.00%
             Operating transfers in                  820,000           1,050,000               700,000          273,689                      920.000             220,000      31.43%       GENERAL FUND TRANSFER: $300,000 FROM MAJOR ST
                                                                                                20,000                                        20,000
~
             Other
                                           s             "'
                                                   1 623 098   $             '"'
                                                                       1,847769    $         1 584 351    $
                                                                                                                    '53
                                                                                                                446.423             s      1.974.351   $         390.00Q
                                                                                                                                                                              0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                              24.6?%

=   60900
    S,00
            Operating Expenditures
              Salanes & Benefits           s         431,139   s         546.438   $           443,157    $     214.703     48%     $        443.157   $                       0.00%
    $200      Operating Suppl;es                     112.034             115.491                93,500           62,575     "%                93,500                           0.00%
    5300      Contractual Services                   508,360             705,199               571,529          274,233     48%              571,529                           0.00%
    S400      Other Expenses                           1,695               1,769                 1,000               60      6%                ,.ooo                           0.00%
    5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                               N
                                                         85,494
                                                                  >
                                                                              85,SOO   '                      •                           $                 $                    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
              Charges for services
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
              Interest income
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
              Operating transfers in
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
              Other
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
~

0)                                             '         85<9'    $           85,980
                                                                                       '                      $
                                                                                                                                          •                 $                    0.00o/,_,

     60900   Operating Expenditures
     5100      Salaries & Benefits             $                  $                    $                      $                 NIA       $                 $                    0.00%
     5200      Operating Supplies                                                                                               NIA                                              0.00%
     5300      Contractual Services                      85,494               85,494                                            NIA                                              0.00%
     5'00      Other E.,,;penses                                                                                                NIA                                              0.00%
     5700      Capital OuUays                                                                                                   NIA                                              0.00%
     ~         Other Financi!J9 Uses                                                                                            NIA                                              0.00%
                                                                  $           85.494   $
     90000   Project Expenditures
                                                         85 ' "
                                                                                                              '                 NIA       $                 $                    0.00%

     5200      Operating Supplies              $                  $
     5300      Contractual Services
                                                                                       '                      '                 NIA
                                                                                                                                NIA
                                                                                                                                          $                 $                    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%

                                               '
                                               $         85""     '
                                                                  $
                                                                             85 ' "
                                                                                       $

                                                                                       's                     ''                NIA
                                                                                                                                NIA
                                                                                                                                          $
                                                                                                                                          •
                                                                                                                                                            s                    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
             Available F~od Balance. EQ'!_ _
                                               '                  $_
                                                                                '"                            '                           $                 1
                City of Muskegon
                Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                  % Change
                                                                                            Original Budget    Actual Through Actual As% Revised Estimate       Change From       From 2003
                                                    Actual 2001         Actual 2002         Estimate 2003         May2003      of Revised      2003             2003 Original      Original                        Comments

        254     LC. Walker Arena Fund
                AvaUab!e Fund Balance. BOY      $           3,861   s          19,133   $            36 327    s      34,476             $        34.476    $          (1,851)

                Revenues
                 Special assessments            s                   s                   $                      $                         $                  $                      0.00%
                 State grants                                                                                                                                                      0.00%
                 State shared revenue                                                                                                                                              0.00%
                 Charges for services                     561,449             623,382               590,000          310,694                     590,000                           0.00%
                 Interest income                                                                        soo               76                         500                           0.00%
                 Operating transfers in                   301,000             271.837               260,000          108,333                      260,000                          0.00%      GENERAL FUND TRANSFER- OPERATJNG SUBSIDY
                 Other                                        520                 371                 5 000            1,749                       5,000                            0.00%
                                                $         862,969   $         895,590   $           855,500    $     420,852             $       855 500    s                       0.00%
~
____,
        70805   Operating Expendltures
        5100      Salaries & Benefits           $          11,543   s          11,942   $            12,692    $       5,448     43%     $         12,692   $                       0.00%
        5200      Operating Supplies                                                                                             NIA                                                0,00%
        5300      Contractual Services                    835,912             863,565               861,389          477,514     55%              861,389                           0.00%
        5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                 NIA                                                0.00%
                                                                                                                                 NIA
        5700
        5900
                  Capital Outla%
                  Other Financin Uses
                                                $
                                                              '"
                                                          847.697   $
                                                                                4.740

                                                                              680,247   s           874.081    $     482 962
                                                                                                                                 NIA
                                                                                                                                 55%     s        874 081   $
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%

        90000   Project E,,;pendltures
                                                                    s                                                                                       s
        ,,oo
        ,200      Opera~ng Supplies
                  Contractual Services
                                                $                                       $
                                                                                                               's
                                                                                                                                 NIA
                                                                                                                                 NIA
                                                                                                                                          $                                         0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%
                                                s                   s                   $                                        NIA      $                 $                       0.00%
                                                s                                                              $     482,962                      874,081

                Avaltab!e Fund~a1ance.    EQr   $
                                                          847,697

                                                           19,133
                                                                    '
                                                                    $
                                                                              880,247

                                                                               34,476
                                                                                        $

                                                                                        $
                                                                                                    874 081

                                                                                                      17,746   $      !27,634)
                                                                                                                                 55%      $

                                                                                                                                          $        15,895   $           {1.851)
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%
             City of Muskegon
             Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                  % Change
                                                                                          Original Budget    Actual Through Actual As % Revised Estimate         Change From      From 2003
                                                 Actual 2001          Actual 2002         Estimate 2003          May 2003       of Revised        2003           2003 OrigiMI      Original                         Comments

     403     Sidewalk Improvement Fund
             Available Fund Balance. BOY     s         613.738    $         (95,006) $            530,382    $       (55,002)                $      !55,002! $        (585,384)

             Revenues
              Special assessments            $         239,318    $        408,133    $           500,000    $                               s      500,000     s                  0.00%
              Federal grants                                                                                                                                                       0.00%
              State shared revenue                                                                                                                                                 0,00%
              Charges for services                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
              Interest income                           60,374               54,434                 2,000             3,794                           6,000              4,000     200.00%
              Operating transfers in                                        195,201               100,000                                           100,000                         0.00%
              Other                                                                                                1 578,010                       1 578,010         1 578,010      0.00%     PROPOSED ISSUANCE OF SIDEWALK ASSESSMENT BONDS
                                             $         299,692    s         657.768   $           602,000 $        1,581,804                 s     2,184 010    s    1,582 010     262.79%
~
             Operating Expenditures
co   30906
     5100
     5200
               Salaries & Benefits
                Operating Supplies
                                             $
                                                                  •                   $                      $                     NIA
                                                                                                                                    NIA
                                                                                                                                             $                  $                   0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%
     5300       Contractual Services                                                                                   1P13        '1%                   2;00            2,500      0.00%
     5'00       Other Expenses                                                                                                     NIA                                              0.00%
     5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                    NIA                                              0.00%
     5900       Other Financing Use§                   373.443              245,122               378.345            124,367       33%              378,345                         0.00%     DEBT SERVICE
                                             s         373,443    $         245,122   $           376,345    s       125 380       33%       $      380,845     $        2,500      0.66%

     90000   Project Expenditures
     5200       Operating Supplies           s                    $                   s                      s                      NIA      $                  $                   0.00%
     5300       Contractual Services                   622.656              372,642               700,000            113,542       '6%               700,000                        0.00%     SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
     5'00       Other Expenses                          12,337                                                                      NIA                                             0.00%
     §900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                NIA                                             0.00%
                                                                  s                   s                                            rn%                          $
                                             $
                                             $
                                                       634993
                                                      1,006,436   s
                                                                            372 642
                                                                            617,764 $
                                                                                                   700000
                                                                                                 1,078,345
                                                                                                             $
                                                                                                             $
                                                                                                                     113542
                                                                                                                     238 922       22%       's     700 000
                                                                                                                                                   1,080,845
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.23%

             AV.iilab-!e Fund Balance. EOY   $          (95,006) S           !55,002) $             54,037   $     1,287,880
                                                                                                                                             •     1,048.163    s      994,12_6
              City of Muskegon
              Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                   % Change
                                                                                         Origilli!t Budget   Actual Through Actual As% Revised Estimate          Change From       From 2003
                                                 Actuat2001          Actual 2002         Estimate 2003         May2003       of Revised      2003                2003 Orig;n.al     Original                         Comments

      404     Public Improvement Fund
                                             '                   '                   '                                                 '
                                                                                                1,250,898
                                                                                                             '
              Ava/lable Fund Balance. BOY             421.441            1,564,898                                 985,797                     985,797       $         (265,101)

              Revenues
               Special assessments
                                                                                     '
                                                                                                                                                                                    0.00%
              PropertytaiA
                                                                                                                               NIA
                                                                                                                                0%
                                                                                                                                       $

                                                                                                                                                 60,()()()
                                                                                                                                                             '                       0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                     0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                     0.00%
      5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                 NIA                                                   0.00%
      5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                NIA                                                   0.00%
      5900      Other Financin Uses                                                                                            NIA                                                   0.00%
                                                                            60,350                  60,000                    __
                                                                                                                               0%__ $                        $                       0.00%
                                             '                                       '                       '
                                                                 $                                                                               60 ()()()

      90000   Project Expenditures
                                                                                                                                NIA
      5200
      S300
      5'00
                Operatjng Supplies
                Contractual Services
                Other Expenses
                                             '          53,375
                                                                 $
                                                                            70,011   '                       '                  NIA
                                                                                                                                NIA
                                                                                                                                       '
                                                                                                                                                             $                       0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                     0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                     0.00%
      -~00      Ca11ital Cutia~                       593,174              793.961                375 000           24.240      e%              375,000                              0.00%     SEE ·BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
                                                                                                  375,000           24,240                      375,000      $
                                                      646,549
                                                      646,549
                                                                 $

                                                                 '
                                                                           863.972
                                                                           924.322   '
                                                                                     $            435 000    '
                                                                                                             $      24.240
                                                                                                                                '%
                                                                                                                                '%      ''      435 000
                                                                                                                                                                                     0.00'%
                                                                                                                                                                                     0.00%_

                                                                                                 1,083,898        1,085,020                     926,797      $         (157,101)
              Available Fund Salanee • EOY   $       1,564,898
                                                                 '         985.797   $                       $                          $
             City of Muskegon
             Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                              % Change
                                                                                         Original Budget   Actual Through Actual As% Revised Estimate         Change From     From 2003
                                                 Actual2001          Actual 2002         Estimate 2003         May2D0J    of Revised       2003               2003 Original    Original                        _Comments

     474     Coastal Zone Management Fund
             Available Fund Balance - BOY    s          2,627    $                   $                     $                           s                ___e
             Revenues
              Special assessments            $                   $                   s                     s                           $                  s                    0.00%
              State grants                                                                                                                                                      0.00%
              Federal grants                           23,480                                                                                                                   0.00%
              Sales of Property                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
              Interest income                                                                                                                                                   0.00%
              Operating transfers in                   20,853                  701                                                                                              0.00%     LOCAL MATCH FROM GOLF COURSE FUND
              Other                                                                                                                                                             0.00%
                                             s
N
C,   30936   Operating Expenditures
                                                       44 JJJ
                                                                 '             701   $                     $                           $                  $                     0.00%


     5100      Salaries & Benefits           s                   $                   $                     $                 NIA       $                  $                     0.00%
     5200       Operating Supplies                                                                                           NIA                                                000%
     5300       contractual Services                                                                                         NIA                                                0.00%
     5400       Other Expenses                                                                                               NIA                                                0.00%
     5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                              NIA                                                0.00%
     5900       Other Financin Uses                                                                                          NIA                                                0.00%
                                             $                   $                   s                     s                 NIA       s                  s                     0.00%

     90000   Project Expenditures
     5200      Operating Supplies            $                   s                   $                     s                 NIA       $                  s                     0.00%
     5300       Contractual Services                    46,960                 701                                           NIA                                                0.00%
     5700       Cae;tat Ou~~                                                                                                 NIA                                                0.00%     SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
                                             s          46960 $
                                             s          46.960
                                                                 '
                                                                               701
                                                                               701   '
                                                                                     $
                                                                                                           $
                                                                                                           $
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                                       $
                                                                                                                                       $
                                                                                                                                                          $                     0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                0.00%

             Availab~ __Fund Ba[~nce • EOY
                 City of Muskegon
                 Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                % Change
                                                                                           Original Budget   Actual Through Actual As% Revised Estimate         Change from     From2003
                                                   Actl.lal2001        Actual 2002         Estimate 2003         May2003       of Revised       2003            2003 Original    Original                         Comments
    482          State Grants Fund
                 Available Fund Balance. BOY   $                   $                   $        ----,
                 Revenues
                  Special assessments
                  State grants
                  Federal grants
                                               $
                                                         363,056
                                                         406,614
                                                                   '        984,837
                                                                                       $
                                                                                                 2.628,434   '      111,557
                                                                                                                                            $
                                                                                                                                                3,392,434
                                                                                                                                                            $
                                                                                                                                                                      764,000
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 29.07%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                  Sales of Property
                                                                                                                                                                                 0,00%
                  lnterest income
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                  o,~
                  Operating transfers in                 693,281            110,612
                                                                             10,000
                                                                                                   220,000
                                                                                                                     25,000
                                                                                                                                                  220,000
                                                                                                                                                   25,000              25,000
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                            LOCAL MATCHES
                                               $       1 462,951   $       1105,449    $         2 848 434   s      136,557                 $   3 637.434   $         789,000    27.79%_
N
~   30936        Operating Expenditures
    5100           Salaries & Benefits
    5200
    5300
                   Operating Supplies
                    Contractual Services
                                               $
                                                                   '                   $                     $                    NIA
                                                                                                                                  NIA
                                                                                                                                  NIA
                                                                                                                                            $               $                    0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
    5'00            Other Expenses                                                                                                NIA                                            0.00%
    5700            Capita! OuUays                                                                                                NIA                                            0.00%
    _5900           Other FinanciQg Uses                                                                                          NIA                                            0.00%
                                                                                                             s                    NIA       $               s                    0.00%
    90000        Project Expenditures
    5200
    5300
                    Operating Supplies         $                   $                   $                     s                     NIA      $               $                    0.00%
                    Contractual Services               1,283,344           1.099,837                                               NIA                                           0.00%
    5700    --      Capitill Outlays                     179.607               5 612             2.848,434          435,048       '2%           3,637.434             789,000    27.70%     SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
                                                       1,462,951
                                                       1.462 951
                                                                   s
                                                                   s
                                                                           1105.449
                                                                           1,105.449
                                                                                       $         2 848.434   s
                                                                                                             s
                                                                                                                    435 048       12%
                                                                                                                                            •   3637 434    s         789,000    27.70%

                                                                                       '         2,848.434          435,048       12%
                                                                                                                                            '   3,637.434                        27.70%
                 AvaUable Fund Balance. EOY
                                               •                   ~
                                                                                       •                     s     (?98.491)                $               !
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast • 2003 2nd Quarter • Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                                % Change
                                                                                           Original Budget    Actual Through Actual As% Revised Estimate       Change From      From 2003
                                                  Actual 2001          Actual 2002         Estimate 2003        May2003       of Revised      2003             2003 Original     Original                         Comments
    594     Marina & Launch Ramp Fund
            Available Cash Balance. BOY      s            2.292 $             66,148   s           -(54,874) $     (183,560)            $       (183,560) $         (128,686)
            Revenues
             Special assessments             s                     s                   s                      $                         $                  $                     0.00%
             State grants                               159,150               37,352               160,000                                      160,000                          0.00%      GRANTS FOR DREDGING AND ELECTRICAL WORK
             State shared revenue
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
             Charges for services                       292,144             276,736                26{),000         146,890                     260,000                          0.00%
             Interest income                              1.544                 600                                                                                              0.00%
             Operating transfers in
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
             Other                                        2,128                 575                250,000                                      250000                           0.00%      !NTERFUND LOAN FOR LOCAL GRANT MATCH
                                                        454,966    $        315,263    s           670,000    $     146890              $       670000     $                     0.00%
N   70756   Operating Expenditures
N   5100       Salaries & Benefits           $           92.244 $            106,934 $             126,550    $      33,264     26%     $       126,550    $                     0.00%
    5'00        Operating Supplies                        7,942               13,030                13,300              797      S%              13,300                          0.00%
    5300        Contractual Services                    127,477              107,812               113,142           37,673     33%             113,142                          0,00%
    5'00        Other Expenses                              545                1,020                 1,500                       0%               1,500                          0.00%
    5700        Capita! Ou~ays                              561                                                        841      84%               1,000                1,000     0.00%
    5900        Other Financing Uses                                                                                            WA                                               0.00%
                Other Cash Uses (e.g. Debt
            PrinCif!al)                                  (5,126)            (20,980)                                            N/A                                              0.00%
                                             $          223.643    s        207 816    s           254 492    $      72.57S     28%     $       25S 492    $           1 000     0.39%
    90000   Project Expenditures
    5200
    5300
              Operating Supplies             $                     s                   s                      $                 NIA     $                  $                     0,00%
              Contractual Services                      167,467             357,155                320,000           98."'7     31%             320,000                          0.00%      SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTSW FOR DETAIL
    5700      Ca ital Cutia
                                                                                                                                N/A
                                             $
                                              •         167.467
                                                        391110
                                                                   s
                                                                   s
                                                                            357 155
                                                                            564 971
                                                                                       s
                                                                                       s
                                                                                                   320 000
                                                                                                   574 492
                                                                                                              •
                                                                                                              $
                                                                                                                     98,967
                                                                                                                    171 542
                                                                                                                                31%
                                                                                                                                30%
                                                                                                                                        $
                                                                                                                                        $
                                                                                                                                                320,000
                                                                                                                                                575 492
                                                                                                                                                           $
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                 0.17%
            Av~ilable Cash Balan~_:_EOY      ,_          66.148    $        (183,560) S             40,634    $    (208,212)            s        (89,052) S         (129,686)
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 2nd Quarter - Other Funds
                                                                                                                                                                             % Change
                                                                                       Original Budget   Actual Through Actual As% Revise,j Estimate       Change From       From 2003
                                                 Actual2001           Actual 2002      Estimate 2003       May2003       of Revised      2003              2003 Orig1ria!_    Original                         Comments
    584     Municipal Golf Course Fund
                                                     1,151,296 $            492,650                      s     498,322              s
                                                                                      '
            Available Cash Balance. BOY                                                        414,650                                      498,322    $           83,672

            Revenues
                                            '
             Spec·1al ;;issessments                                                                                                 s
             State grants
             State shared revenue
                                            $                    $
                                                                                      '                  '                                             '                       0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
             Charges for se1Vices                                                                                                                                              0.00%
             interest income                           55.488                11,985              2,500           3,225                        5,000                 2,500     100.00%
             Operating transfers in                                                                                                                                            0.00%
             ~-----                                                                                                                                                            0.00%
                                                                 s                               2500            3,225

N   70542   Operating Expenditures
                                                       55,488                11,985
                                                                                      '                  '                          '          5 000
                                                                                                                                                       '             2 500    100.00%



w                                                                                                                                                      $
    5100
    5200
    5300
              Salaries & Benefits
               Operabng Supplies
               Contractual Services
                                            '                    $                    $
                                                                                                         '                  NIA
                                                                                                                            NIA
                                                                                                                            NIA
                                                                                                                                    '
                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
                                                                                                                                                                               0.00%
    5400       Other El    5100      Salaries & Benefits           $         446,604    s         406,279    $           414.424   $     179,961     '3%      $       414.424    $                      0.00%
       5200       Operating Supplies                     649,641              523,881                463,840         237,920     5'%              463,840                           0.00%
       5300       Contractual Services                   459,869              449,607                552.786         302,282     55%              552,786                           0.00%
       5'00       Other Elrnn111"'"''"'"'rn                                 , . . _ , _ , . . , ~ _ _ _____:_;:,:::                       150,000                           ~::,:::                                                                     ,

                                                                                                          ~hatel         ,       160,000,
                                                                                                                                 160,000                            7,000 r                           7,000                     i                       SpeciatAssessmentFa1led
                                                                                                          3hatel         I      220,000 I                         300,000                           410,000                   ·1          Reconstl'\JClion - Added lnterse®n -_ u-,-'"-,-C-O-ncr~t;-
                                                                                                          3hatel            I           230,000 I                  300,000                          300,000                     I                             Reconstruction _ _ _ _ _           --1
             -+--~~~---------- ---------+----'_h1ate!                                                                      _L           340,000
                                                                                                                                        340,000 I                  200,000
                                                                                                                                                                   200,000                        200,000                       I                             Reconstruction
        ~91()35                I state's   Job (M-46 & Exit Ramp@ US 31 and Sherman)                 ·· -·                                40,00~                    40,000                         30,000
                                                                                                             1atel                     8,500,000 I               8,500,000 I                    8,500,000 ;                          New Construction - Funded by SB.BO million Build Michigan Fund
                                                                                                                                  3 , o : ~ - ~ ~ ·3,0:~:.~~~ -1                               -~~~~~           :                                      F~dby $_~:05 million Build Michigan Fu~d---
         sou::,9 1:s~dewalks - Handicap Ramps
                                                                                                         .,ate I
                                                                                                    Al-s ..____                       . . __ :.f=      ..                         t="" .                        J_ _ _ _ _ _
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Resurfacing -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
        ------,-I                                                                                                                 13.s10,ooo . 1           _______
                                                                                                                                                  13,3s1,ooo          ,.,__       '                  ----,I
                                                                                                                                                                                               13,441,000

                                                                               -----------+----~----~----~------i---------
         203 Local Streets
    !------'90075
            Thompson, Plum to Edgewater (990')                                                       AI-Shatel __          T-            100,000 ·,                                                                                                     Spectal Assessment Failed

            Edgewater, Thompson to Wilcox
         90074                                                                                       AI-Shatel
                                                                                                                                          8~
                                                                                                                                                                     s.oo~        I                   5,000 i                                           Special Asse~~ent F~iled ___
            Clifford, Miner to Lakeshore Drive
         91022                                                                                       AI-Shatel                            80,000      80,00_9_                                       80,UUll                                                  Reconstn;ction
                                                                                                                                                 --------                             j
                                                                                                                                                                                          -                                                                                    ----
    f-~0071 Mann. Moon and Torrent from lakeshore Drive to Harrison                                  AI-Shatel                           200,000     200,000                                        200,000 ·                                            Torrent Will Not Be oone
      99020 Seaway-Hackley Industrial                                                                AI-Shatel                                       450,000                                        450,000                                      2002 Carryover. Funded 60% by EDA Grant
      96059 Sidewalks - Handicap Ramps                                                               AI-Shatel                            50,000      50,000                                         50,000 ;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ----
                                                                                                                                         510,000                   785,000                --
                                                                                                                                                                                                    1s·s.ooo        I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          - - · - - - ----·-- ---.-- ---
    Cit~of Muskegon
    Quarterly Budget Reforecast - 2003 1_st Q_u_a_rt_e-+r;_________

    tudg~e~-C"J}ital lmprovement~-------+- - - - - ~ - - - - - f - - -
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                                                                                                                                        2003 PROJECTS                                                                                          · - - ------ --~-----1
        403 Sidewalks                                                                             '
    t~~?._9 i        266'2 Sidewalk                R.E!placemeni Program                                    AI-Shatel                      700,000
                                                                                                                                                      I

                                                                                                                                                      i              700,000
                                                                                                                                                                                    '

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                      and/or electrician, prior lo the above-stated time-frame, I will do so.

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                  955 West Broadway
                  Muskegon, MI 49441
                                                Title Search
                                                                                        Case No.: 100120880
                                                                                                July 18, 2001

1.   Beginning Date: 5/21/92, at 8:00 A.M.

     Please See Attached Liber 1628, Page 111, Muskegon County Records, for Legal Description:

2.   We have searched the records in the office of the Register of Deeds for Muskegon County, Michigan covering the
     subject property, and find the following conveyances and undischarged encumbrances, from said beginning date to
     6/12/2001, at 8:00 A.M.

                                                   Documents
                       Deeds:                                                         Mortgages:
                Liber 1628, Page 111           Liber 3157, Page 52                Liber 1966, Page 338
                                                                                  Liber 2009, Page 157

                                                        Taxes:
                           Possible Sidewalk Assessment in the year 2001.

                           Proof of payment of invoice fees, due and payable to the
                           City of Muskegon Treasurer in the amount of$537.64.

                           Proof of payment of delinquent water/sewer usage bill, due
                           and payable to the City of Muskegon Treasurer in the
                           amount of$103.00, if paid by July 31, 2001.

                           1998 taxes SOLD TO STATE. Amount necessary to
                           redeem is $397.08 through August.

                           Payment of the 1999 delinquent taxes, due and
                           payable to the Muskegon County Treasurer in the
                           amount of$817.97, if paid by July 31, 2001.

                           Payment of the 2000 delinquent taxes, due and
                           payable to the Muskegon County Treasurer in the
                           amount of$539.25, if paid by July 31, 2001.

                           Note:
                           Permanent Parcel No.: 6 l-24-205-337-001 l-10.
                           2001 State Equalized Value: $12,700.00.
                           2001 Taxable Value: $7,970.00.
                           Homestead Property.

3    We find no United States Internal Revenue Liens recorded in the office of the Register of Deeds of Muskegon
     County, Michigan, against:

     Nadine Cunningham
4.   No search has been made for any instrument, however designated, which has been filed as a financing statement
     pursuant to the Uniform Commercial Code.

5.   No search has been made of the records of the Circuit, Probate or other Courts, or of any record other than those in
     the office of the Register of Deeds.

6.   Under this form of search this company is not an insurer of above title, nor does it guarantee the title or any
     evidence of title thereto.

7.   Note: In consideration of the fact that the above information is to be used for reference purposes only and not
     relied upon as evidence of title, it is furnished at a reduced rate and this Company's liability is limited to the amount
     paid for this information.                                                                                ✓-


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                NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION


DATE June 25, 2003


       412 W. Muskegon Ave.

       (Address of Property)


TO:    All owners and interested parties:


       Brian Cunningham, 412 W. Muskegon, Muskegon, Ml 49441
       (Other interested parties)



On June 5, 2003 the Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals made a determination that
the subject property is sub-standard, a public nuisance and a dangerous building under
the City Code and ordered that it be repaired or demolished.

The City Commission will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 8, 2003 to consider the
above decision of the Housing Board of Appeals. You may appear at this hearing at
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 8, 2003, at the Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, Michigan, with counsel, if you desire, to present any relevant evidence and
arguments concerning the decision to demolish the above structures.



                                     CITY OF MUSKEGON INSPECTIONS DEPT.
                                     F ~ HfUSJN~-SP';_ffD ).F,APf E~LS
                                            ,{crGu:t-vj JJ'D-~ ' ✓ ~
                                     By_--+----------------
                                     Robert'B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




O:\INSPECTIONS\GRABINSKI_LORRAINE\WORD\CC MEETINGS\STANDARD FORMS\NOTICE OF CITY COMMISSION
HEARING.DOC
                                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                      Inspections Services
                                                      Department




Memo
To:          PIONEER RESTORATION
             ATTN: DEB

From:        Lorraine

CC:          Acct.#101-50387-5357

Date:        May 16, 2003

Re:          REQUEST FOR BOARD UP



PLEASE BOARD THE FOLLOWING PROPERTIES:

ADDRESS                 LOCATION TO BOARD/SECURE

412 W. Muskegon         Secure doors w/screws & window on NE side & any broken



Please call 724-6715 if you have any questions.

THANKS!




• Page 1
  Affirmath·e Action
  231/724-6703
  FAX/722-1214

  Assessor
  231/724-6708
  FAX1726-5181

  Cemetery
  231/724-6783
  FAX/726-5617

  CMISen'ice
  231/724-6716
  FAX/724-4405

 Clerk                 May 7. 2003
 23 J/724-6705
 FAX/724-4178
                       Brian Cunningham
 Comm. & Neigh.
     Sen-Ices
                       412 W. Muskegon Ave.
 231/724-6717          Muskegon. Ml 49441
 F AX/726-250 I

 Engineering           Dear Property Owner:
 231/724-6707
 FAX/727-6904

 Finance
                       Subject:               Board-up: 412 W. Muskegon. Muskegon. MI
 231/724-6713
 FAX/724-6768
                       The structure owned by you at the subject address has recently been found to be
 Fire Dept.            dangerous because it is unsecured. Unsecured structures are not only an invitation to
 23 I /724-6792
 FAX/724-6985          children. but also to vagrants. vandals. and others who would use them for illegal
 Income Tu.
                       purposes.
 231/724-6770
 FAX/724-6768
                       To combat this. City building regulations require that windows. doors. or other openings
 Info, Systems         on vacant structures be kept intact and securely locked or neatly boarded up in order to
 231/724-6744
 FAX1722-4301          prevent entrance by unauthorized persons. Boarding must be done with exterior grade
Leisure Service
                       plywood at least½ inch thick which is painted to blend with the colors of the
231 /724-6704          building so as to be as inconspicuous as possible.
FAX/724--IJ96

Manager's Office       Please note. however. that under City ordinance a property may not remain boarded up
231/724-6724
FAX1722-1214           for longer than I 80 consecutive days.
Mayor's Office
231/724-6701           As a dangerous building. your structure(s) must be secured within ten (I 0) days of the
FAX/72 2-1214
                       date of this notice. If the building is not secured within this time frame. the City of
Inspection Services    Muskegon will take action to have it secured and the cost assessed against the property.
231/724-6715
FAX1726-2501           Any unpaid invoices could be sent to a collection agency and may affect your credit
                       rating if not paid.
Planning/Zoning
23 I /724-6702
F AX/724-6790
                       If you have any questions concerning this matter. plea:
Police Dept.           724-6715.
231/724-6750
FAX1722-5140

Public Works
231/724-4100
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FAX1722-4188

Treasurer              Robert B. Grabinski
231/724-6720
FAX/724-6768
                       Director of lnspcction Scn·ices
                                                                                                                  Here

Water BIiiing Depl,
231/724-67]8
FAX/724-6768

Weter Filtration
23 l /724-4106
FAX./755-5290
                    CERTIFICATE OF APPROPRIATENESS




                                   Wes!- Michigan's SJ1oreline (,1ty


Pursuant to Section 11-30 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Muskegon, the Historic
District Commission hereby issues this Certificate of Appropriateness authorizing
commencement of exterior work within the Houston Historic District as described below:


                                    412 W. Muskegon


             The Historic District Commission agrees with the Housing Board
             of Appeals and deems the structure located at 412 West Muskegon
             Avenue to be a hazard to public health and safety pursuant to HDC
             guidelines.




Approval by the Commission was granted under the assumption that all work will meet
minimum Code requirements. No other work or any variation in work thereof approved 1s
permitted under this certificate without the prior consent oftht}•Commission.


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      HDC Member
              CITY OF MUSKEGON HISTORICAL DISTRICT COMMITTEE

                                    NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: May 16, 2003

Address of the Property:      412 W. Muskegon



TO:    Brian Cunningham, 412 Muskegon, Muskegon, Ml 49440
       [Name & Address of Owner]

       None
       Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties)



       Please take notice that on Tuesday, June 3, 2003, the City of Muskegon
Historical District Committee will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Ml at
 4:00 o'clock P.M. and at the said hearing consider whether or not the subject
structure should be determined to be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and
demolished.

      The reason for this hearing is that you have not complied with the Order to
Repair issued 7/23/01.

      At the hearing on Tuesday, June 3, 2003 , at 4:00 o'clock p.m., at the
Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and
present any relevant evidence to the Historical District Committee and have counsel of
your choice present, if you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be
allowed or ordered demolished.




                                      CIT~USKEGON IND~4°~~~¥~~~PARTMENT,
                                      FO~ T ~ r ; J ~ ~ I T T E E
                                      By         .

                                           Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




0 IINSPECTIONSIGRABINSKI_LORRAINEIWORDINOTICE OF HOC HEARING DOC
Inci'dent Report             MUSKEGON POLI CE DEPARTME NT               2003 - 009307 - I
 Incident No      I Date & Time Rept         Orrense: 55000
 2003-009307-I       05/04/2003    13:34     HEALTH AND SAFETY
 Occurred From:         Occurred Until:       Incident Location
 05/04/2003 13:34 I 05/04/2003 13: 34        412 W MUSKEGON AV
 Current Disp I Disposed To                  Municipality           District
 CLOSED            CLOSED     FENWICK        MUSKEGON               111
 Disposition Date         Juveniles Only?    TTY Sent?      Cance ued? I TTY numoer
 05/04/2003                     NO               NO      I
 Photos? I Consent?         Affidavit?       Optional Date/Time
   NO            NO             NO              I I        00,00
 Officer Assignea                            Investigating Officer
 10531 GEIGER, JEFFREY DAVID
      Name/Annress/Phone                               I Description
 p    NO PERSONS
       Description/Name/Comments      IMake/Monel/Statl     Serial No./Qtv/Va1ue
      NO PROPERTY
      Status/Plate Type/VIN         I Reo/EVJ.d/Value1 Description
      NO VEHICLES
        Cateqorv                         I  Description
      NO M.O. INFORMATION


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rpt revt.c 1.41             Date Printea: 05/16/2003                           Page   1
Continued                 MUSKEGON POLICE DEPARTMENT             2003-009307-I
 Incident No   I Date & Time Rept      I Offense: 55000
 2003-009307-I    05/04/2003   13:34     HEALTH AND SAFETY
 N   TAKEN FROM WORDPERFECT DOCUMENT 2003009307.001
 A     I was advised by Ofc Stier that the house at 412 W Muskegon has
 R been condemned by the city of Muskegon. Ofc Stier took a report
 R (MUPD OCA 03-9114) which stated that there was possible drug
 A activity going on
 T     I checked on the house today and found the rear door unlocked
 I and also a window on the n/e side of the house was open. I entered
 V the house and did not locate anyone inside at the time. It appears
 E to me that the house is being lived in by someone as there were
    makeshift beds and tables in the rooms . I did notice that there is
    no electric service to the house. There were candles on the table
    being used for lights
       Forward copy of report to Inspections to the house can be
    boarded up .
       Clear NO further action                          J.Geiger #40




rpt_revt.c 1.41          Date Printed: 05/16/2003                      Page   2
I nci'd en t Reoort            MU sKEGON POLI CE DEPARTMENT                 2 003 - 009114 - I
  Inciaent No         IDate & Time Rept          Ottense: 98007
 2003-009114-I        05/02/2003      08:50      SUSPICIOUS SITUATIONS
 Occurred From:          Occurred Until:         Incident Location
 05/02/2003 08:50             I
                         05/02/2003 08:50        412 W MUSKEGON AV
 Current Disp     I Disposed To                  Municipality           District
 CLOSED             CLOSED      BRIDE            MUSKEGON               111
 Disposition Date
 05/02/2003
                            Juveniles Only?
                                   NO
                                                 TTY Sent?
                                                    NO
                                                              Cancellea?
                                                               J               I
                                                                               TTY number
 Photos?   I   Consent?       Affidavit?         Optional Date/Time
    NO             NO              NO              I I       00,00
 Officer Assigned                                Investigating Officer
 10742 STIER, KEVIN LEWIS
       Name1Annress1Pnone                                   Descriotion
 p     SHEPHERD, CLARA MARIE                                Born 01/11/1937          FEMALE
 E     408 MONROE                                           Hgt.   0' 0 II            BLACK
 R     MUSKEGON                 MI 49442                    Wgt.    0            NON-HISP
 s     ( 231) 725-8130                                      Hair           Eves
 0     COMPLAINT      98007               SUSPICIOUS SITUATIONS
 N     05/02/2003         I
        Description/Name/Comments        1MaJce/Moae11Stat1   Seria.L No./Qtv/Value
      NO PROPERTY
       Status/P.Late Tvoe/VIN          I Rea1Evin1Va.Lue1 Description
      NO VEHICLES
          Cateaorv                          I  Descriotion
      NO M.O. INFORMATION

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rpt_revt.c 1.41                   Date Printed: 05/16/2003                          Page   1
Continued                 MUSKEGON POLICE DEPARTMENT             2O03-OO9114-I
 Incident No    I Date & Time Rept     I Ottense: 98007
 2O03-O09114-I    05/02/2003   08:50     SUSPICIOUS SITUATIONS
 N   TAKEN FROM WORDPERFECT DOCUMENT 2003009114.001
 A INITIAL CONTACT: On 5/2/03, I attended the City of Muskegon's
 R Housing Board of Appeals meeting.    City commissioner, CLARA
 R SHEPHERD, was in attendance.
 A
 T SHEPHERD'S STATEMENT:   She has noticed a lot of drug activity ac
 I 412 W. Muskegon. According to her, and the Housing Board of
 V Appeals staff, 412 W. Muskegon has been condemned by the City of
 E  Muskegon. Ap~arently, peo~le are still getting into the house and
    using it for illegal activities.
         Someone has taken down the condemnation notices on the house.
    The Housing Board of Appeals stated they would put new notices up
    and check on getting the house secured. They request officers
    check on the property and take appropriate action depending on what
    they find.
    DISPOSITION:  I made the neighborhood officer (Ofc. Geiger) aware
    of the complaint. Reguest this be read at patrol briefing for
    patrol check information. CLEAR - K. STIER #64




rpt revt.c 1.41          Date Printed: 05/16/2003                    Page   2
I nc1'd en t Reoor t               MUSKEGON POLICE DEPARTMENT                2002 - 028135 - I
  Inciaent No            Date & Time Rept          Offense: 99008
  2OO2-O28135-I      I  11/22/2002       22:50     GENERAL ASSISTANCE
  Occurred From:           Occurred Until:         Incident Location
  11/22/2002 22:50           I
                           11/22/2002 22:50        412 MUSKEGON
  Current Disp   I    Disposed To                  Municipality          District
                                                                         111
  CLOSED              CLOSED        BRIDE          MUSKEGON
  Disposition Date             Juveniles OnTy?     TTY Sent?   ICance .led?    I
                                                                               TTY numoer
  11/23/2002                          NO              NO
  Photos?  I     Consent?        Affidavit?        Optional Date/Time
                                                   11/22/2002 22:52
    NO               NO               NO
  Officer Assigned                                 Investigating Officer
  10606 KLINGEL, MARK A
       Name/Aaaress/Phone                                     Description
  p    CUNNINGHAM, BRIAN                                      Born 08/09/1962          MALE
  E    412 MUSEKEGON AVE                                      Hgt.  6' 0"             BLACK
  R    MUSKEGON                     MI 49441                  Wgt. 165            NON-HISP
  s     ( 231)     -       ( 2 31)  726-4098                  Hair BLK       Eves  BRO
  0    VICTIM            I
                        99008                GENERAL ASSISTANCE
 N     11/22/2002
          Descriotion/Name/Comments         1Make/Model7Statl   Serial No. /Qtv /Value
       NO PROPERTY
       Status/Plate Type/VIN              I RenlEvi~/Value1 Descriµtion
       NO VEHICLES
           Cateqorv                            I  Descrintion
       NO M.O. INFORMATION

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CcDtinued                  MUSKEGON POLICE DEPARTMENT            2002-028135-I
 Incident No    I Date & Time Rept     I Offense: 99008
 2002-028135-I     11/22/2002   22:50     GENERAL ASSISTANCE
 N   TAKEN FROM WORDPERFECT DOCUMENT 2002028135.001
 A
 R        On 11-22-02 around 22:52 hours I was dispatched to 412 West
 R  Muskegon reference a check well being.
 A
T         Upon my arrival I could hear a male screaming inside the
 I   house. I could not really understand what the male subject was
V    saying. There was no lights on inside the house.   I asked the
E    subject who was later identified as BRIAN CUNNINGHAM how I get into
     the house. BRIAN screamed kick the door in. The door was already
     broken, so I was able to put my hand through a hole in the front
     door to unlocked it.
          I o~ened the front door of 412 West Muskegon and found a black
     male laying by the front door. BRIAN stated that he was having a
     diabetic reaction.  Fire and ambulance arrived as soon as I gained
     entry into 412 West Muskegon. The paramedics immediately began to
     treat BRIAN.
          I could not see any signs of alcohol or drugs in the house.
     The ambulance transported BRIAN to Hackley Hospital.
          Upon my arrival the emergency room doctor stated that they
     were going to keep BRIAN for observation.
     DISPOSITION:
                    I then cleared the scene.
     MARK KLINGEL #30




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                             CITY OF MUSKEGON
                CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS


                         ORDER TO REPAIR OR DEMOLISH




Date of Order:       January 7, 2002

Address of the property:    412 Muskegon

Description of the structure: E ½ Lot 11. Blk 337



To:    Brian Cunningham, 412 Muskegon Ave. Muskegon. Ml 49441
       (Name & Address of Owner)
                                               th
       AAA Mortgage & Financial 3643-A 28 St. SE. Grand Rapids. Ml 49512
       (Names and Addresses of Other Interested Parties)
            '   ,
       Muskegon County Treasuer, P.O. Box 177. Muskegon. Ml 49443



                            OPPORTUNITY TO REPAIR


The Housing Board of Appeals of the City of Muskegon has found that the above
structures are dangerous or substandard buildings and a public nuisance. However.
it is determined that the buildings are repairable, provided that permits are applied
for and repairs performed in a timely manner. Therefore. it is ordered that th@ owner
or interested parties shall apply for permits required, commence the repairs of the
conditions found in the inspection report attached to this order, and call for final
inspections when repairs are complete. There is to be no one occupying the
structure until completion of repairs. All said repairs shall be accomplished in the
time limited by the permits issued relevant to the said repairs, and physical repair
must be commenced within the said 30 days of obtaining those permits.

If the repairs are not completed within 90 days this case will be forwarded to the City
Commission for their concurrence to demolish the structure.




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                    FAILURE TO COMPLY - DEMOLITION ORDER

                    TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CITY COMMISSION

In the event the owners or interested parties fail to apply for all permits required to
effectuate the said repairs or fail to commence physical repairs as ordered and
complete all repairs within 90 days, then the above order of the Housing Board of
Appeals shall constitute an order to demolish the said structures.

In such case, the Director of Inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon
City Commission, in 90 days, this order and the record in this case to seek
concurrence by the City Commission with the decision of this board for demolition,
and further, to give notice to the owner and interested parties of the date and time
when this matter shall be considered by the City Commission.



                                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                           HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS


            '   ,

                                                   Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
         CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS

                                    NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: December 21, 200 l

Address of the Property:      412 Muskegon Ave, Muskegon MI

Description of the Structure: E ½ Lot 11, Blk 337


TO:    Brian Cunningham. 412 W. Muskegon Ave. Muskegon. MI 49441
       [Name & Address of Owner]

       AAA Mortgage & Financial Corp. 3643-A 28 th St. SE Grand Rapids. MI 49512
       Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]


       Muskegon County Treasurer. P.O. Box 177. Muskegon. MI 49443

               , ,
        Please take notice that on Thursday, January 3, 2002 , the City ofMuskegou Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace. Muskegon. MI at 5:30 o'clock p.m,
and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be determined to
be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished. or repaired.

       The reason for this hearing is to review the progress on the stated property as required in
the order to repair issued 9/10/01.

       At the hearing on Thursday. January 3. 2002 • at 5:30 o'clock p.m., at the Muskegon
City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any relevant
evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice present, if you desire,
to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or ordered demolished.




                                      By_---1------------------
                                       Robert B. Grabinski, Director ofinspections




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                         CITY OF MUSKEGON
            CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS


                       ORDER TO REPAIR OR DEMOLISH




Date of Order:       September 10, 2001

Address of the property:    412 W. Muskegon

Description of the structure:     E ½ Lot 11, Blk 337

To:    Brian Cunningham, 412 W. Muskegon Ave. Muskegon, Ml 49441
       (Name & Address of Owner)
                                                   th
       AM Mortgage & Financial Corp. 3643-A 28 ST. SE Grand Rapids, Ml
       49512

       Musk13gon County Treasurer, P.O. Box 177, Muskegon, Ml 49443
       (Names and Addresses of Other Interested Parties)


                           OPPORTUNITY TO REPAIR



The Housing Board of Appeals of the City of Muskegon has found that the above
structures are dangerous or substandard buildings and a public nuisance.
However, it is determined that the buildings are repairable, provided that permits
are applied for and repairs performed in a timely fashion. Therefore, it is ordered
that the owner or interested parties shall apply for all permits required to
accomplish the repairs of the conditions found in the inspection report attached to
this order and complete all safety & fire hazard repairs within 90 days All said
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repairs shall be accomplished in the time limited by the permits issued relevant to
the said repairs, and physical repair must be commenced within the said 30 days
of obtaining those permits.




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                 FAILURE TO COMPLY - DEMOLITION ORDER

                 TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CITY COMMISSION

In the event the owners or interested parties fail to apply for all permits required
to effectuate the said repairs or fail to commence physical repair within 90 days,
then the above order of the Housing Board of Appeals shall constitute an order to
demolish the said structures.

In such case, the Director of Inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon
City Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by
the City Commission with the decision of this board for demolition, and further, to
give notice to the owner and interested parties of the date and time when this
matter shall be considered by the City Commission .




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                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
         CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS

                                    NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: August 21, 200 I

Address of the Property:       412 W. Muskegon, Muskegon, Michigan

Description of the Structure: E ½ Lot 11, Blk 337

TO:    Nadine Cunningham, 412 W. Mtrskegon Ave. Muskegon, MI 49441
       [Name & Address of Owner]

       AAA Mortgage & Financial Corp. 3643-A 28 th St. SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49512
       Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]

       Muskegon County Treasurer/Jan Koens, P.O. Box 177, Muskegon, MI 49443



        Please !aJ.0CL=•.;,.---·-=-·..,:,.-..-r.c=..-..n=~.::.~
                 Parcel #61-


                               Signature section on following page
                                           Page 1 of2
                NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION


DATE: June 25, 2003


       1177 Kenneth

       (Address of Property)


TO:    All owners and interested parties:


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       US Bank Ntl. Association, 101 5 St. East, St. Paul, MN 55101
       (Other interested parties)

       Chris/Catherine West, 5451 Heights Ravenna Rd. Fruitport, Ml 49415-8641

On April 3, 2003 the Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals made a determination that
the subject property is sub-standard, a public nuisance and a dangerous building under
the City Code and ordered that it be repaired or demolished.

The City Commission will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 8 1 2003 to consider the
above decision of the Housing Board of Appeals. You may appear at this hearing at
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 8, 2003, at the Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, Michigan, with counsel, if you desire, to present any relevant evidence and
arguments concerning the decision to demolish the above structures.



                                     CITY OF MUSKEGON INSPECTIONS DEPT.
                                     FO~r.HOUSING BO~~D JF ~pt~LS

                                                /M_?i IL.1~,~
                                      By_ _ _ _ _ _ , e - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
                                      Robert . Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS



Date:          April 7, 2003

        To:    Chris/Catherine West, 5451 Heights Ravenna Rd. Fruitport, Ml 49415-
               8641
               Owners Name & Address

               US Bank National Association, 101 5th St. East, St. Paul, MN 55101
               Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties



                           ORDER TO DEMOLISH STRUCTURE



       The Housing Board of Appeals, having received evidence at a scheduled and
noticed meeting held on Thursday, Apri 3, 2003 does hereby order that the following
structure(s) located at 1177 Kenneth, Muskegon, Michigan, shall be demolished for the
reason that the said structure or structures are found, based upon the evidence before
the Board of Appeals, to be dangerous, substandard and a public nuisance.

The owners or persons interested shall apply for the required permits to demolish the
structure(s) within 30 days from the final determination to concur and demolish, if it is
made by the City Commission. Demolition shall be accomplished no later than 60 days
after a concurrence by the City Commission.

       The director of inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon City
Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the City
Commission with the decision of this board, and further to give notice to the owner and
interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall be considered by the City
Commission. This order is not final until concurred with by the City Commission.




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                   NOTICE TO OWNER AND INTERESTED PARTIES

Please take notice that this decision of the Housing Board of Appeals will be presented
to the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on the date and at a time to be noticed
to you by the Director of Inspections. You are hereby notified that you will have an
opportunity to appear before the said City Commission at that time and to present any
and all evidence or matters relevant to the issue of demolition or repair of the said
structures. This order of the Housing Board of Appeals is not final, but will become final
if and when the City Commission has considered the record and this order, and has
concurred.

         The City Commission may concur with this order, or disapprove or modify the
order.



                                            FOR THE HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS:
                                            ~i


                                            Robe
                                                                        .
                                                                            l .       .
                                                     B. Grabinski: Director of Inspections
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                             CITY OF MUSKEGON
                CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS

                                   NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: March 21, 2003

Address of the Property:     1177 Kenneth


TO:    Chris/Catherine West, 5451 Heights Ravenna Rd, Fruitport, Ml 49415-8641
       [Name & Address of Owner]

       US Bank National Assoc. 101 5th St.East, St. Paul, MN 55101
       [Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]




Please take notice that on Thursday, April 3, 2003 , the City of Muskegon Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Ml at 5:30 o"clock
p.m., and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be
determined to be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished, or
repaired.

The reason for this hearing is that you have not complied with the Notice and Order
issued 2/21/03.

At the hearing on Thursday, April 3, 2003 , at 5:30 o'clock p.m., at the Muskegon City
Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or
ordered demolished.




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                                  CITY OF MUSKEGON

      NOTICE AND ORDER TO REPAIR OR REMOVE (DEMOLISH) A STRUCTURE

DATE          February 21, 2003

Address of the Property:    1177 Kenneth




TO:     Chris/Catherine West, 5451 Heights Ravenna Rd. Fruitport, Ml 49415-8641
        [Name & Address of Owner]

        US Bank National Assoc. 101 5TH St.East St. Paul MN 55101
        Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]




        The Building Inspection Department of the City of Muskegon has determined that
the structures above described are dangerous, substandard, and constitute a nuisance
in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

       You are hereby notified that the City will proceed to demolish or cause the
demolition and removal of the said structure unless you accomplish the actions
indicated below within the time limits indicated (only one to be checked):

        1. ~X_ _ _ Obtain the issuance of all permits required to accomplish the repair
                   of the structure defects listed in the attached schedule within
                   30 days of this notice. All repairs shall be accomplished within the
                   times set forth in the permits. All work must be physically
                  commenced within 30 days of the date of this notice.

        2. _ __      Obtain the issuance of the appropriate permit for the demolition of
                     structures within 30 days, and accomplish the demolition thereof
                     within 60 days of this notice.




      The conditions which cause the said structures to be dangerous, substandard
and a nuisance are listed in the attached schedule.
                                 FAILURE TO COMPLY

       After 30 days from mailing this notice, if you have not complied with this notice, a
hearing will be scheduled before the City of Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals for
the purpose of enforcing this notice and order and instituting City action to remove the
structure. You will receive notice of that hearing. You may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire. You will have the opportunity to show cause why the structure
shall not be ordered demolished.


                             SCHEDULE OF CONDITIONS

       The following conditions are present at the structure at 1177 Kenneth,
Muskegon, Michigan, and cause said structure to be a dangerous or substandard
building and a public nuisance.

      Please see the attached inspection report


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                                   Robe t B, Grabinski, Director of Inspections
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON

                       NOTICE FOR INTERIOR INSPECTION



DATE:        December 18, 2002

Address of Property:                1177 Kenneth




TO:          Chris/Catherine West, 5451 Heights Ravenna Rd, Fruitport, Ml 49415-8641
             [Name & Address of Owner]

             None
             (Interested Parties)



The Inspection Services Depaiiment of the City of Muskegon has preliminarily
determined that the structures described above are dangerous, substandard, and
constitute a nuisance in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

We intend to inspect the interior of the building(s). Please be present to allow an
interior inspection of the above described propetiies on Wednesday, January 8, 2003
at 3:00 P.M. Failure to appear and allow the inspection will result in this office
seeking a search warrant to conduct the inspection.


                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON INSPECTION SERVICES
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                                            Rol:\ert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections
                               CITY OF MUSKEGON

                DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT

                                     1177 Kenneth

                                        12/9/02


Inspection noted:

I.     An interior inspection is required by all trade inspectors (plumbing, mechanical,
       electrical and building) before any permits or certificates of occupancy will be
       issued.
2.     Replace roof covering and complete proper flashing.
3.     Repair and/or replace missing and/or damaged siding.
4.     Separation between garage and residence is required.
5.     Handrails are to be replaced per code on front steps.
6.     Replace missing/broken doors.
7.     Repair or replace window and door frames.
8.     Garage roof must meet snow load requirements per code.
9.     All electrical, plumbing. and mechanical work must be performed by licensed
       contractors after appropriate permits are obtained from City of Muskegon.
       Inspection Services.
I 0.   Building repairs require approved permit issued by City of Muskegon Inspection
       Services.

For information contact Inspection Services at 231-724-6715.


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
4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.



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   oll call vote was taken:

                                        EXCUSED:            ABSENT:




Jerr ever
C a Shepherd
 he motion carried.

Case #02-93 - 1177 Kenneth - Chris & Catherine West, Fruitport, Ml

Mr. West was present for the meeting. He stated he fixed the house after he
purchased it and sold it on a land contract. The buyer destroyed the house and
Mr. West got it back for non-payment. He doesn't intend to fix it again and is
letting it go back to the mortgage company.

Staff Recommendation: Declare this building substandard, a public nuisance,
and dangerous building and forward to city commission for their concurrence.

A motion was made by Nick Kroes and seconded by Clara Shepherd to accept
staff recommendation.

A roll call vote was taken:

AYES:                  NAYES:           EXCUSED:            ABSENT:

Greg Borgman
Randy Mackie
Jon Rolewicz
John Warner
Nick Kroes
Jerry Bever
Clara Shepherd

The motion carried.



Ms. Lizner was          nt for the meeting.                gave a history on the
case and passed pictures o

Staff Recommendation·      are this building substan a ,        lie nuisance,
                    g and forward to city commission for their co       ence.

A mo· was made by Jon Rolewicz a.rd.seconded by John Warner to accept
    recommendation.             ., 016
DATE:               June 30, 2003

TO:                 Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:               Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspection Services

RE:                 Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
                    to Demolish . Dangerous Building Case#: 02-63 Address: 345 E.
                    Forest


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
345 E. Forest 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: #02-63, 345 E. Forest, Muskegon, Ml

Location and ownership: This structure is located on E. Forest between Pine
and Smith St. It is owned by Absalon Lamarr White.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
9/11/02 and A notice and order to repair was issued 11/25/03. The owner
appeared before the HBA on 2/6/03 and stated he wanted to save the structure.
The HBA declared it on that date, but the Director of Inspections stated he would
work with the owner in the time frame specified within the dangerous building
process. An interior inspection was conducted 3/17/03 and the owner was
granted 90 days to complete the repairs. Permits were to be pulled by 4/15/03.
There has been no contact from the owner since 4/7/03 and no permits have
been pulled.

Owner Contact:     There has been no contact from the owner since 4/7/03 and
no permits have been pulled.

Financial Impact:             CDBG

Budget action required:                  None

State Equalized value:                   $15,300

Estimated cost to repair:                $10,000

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to
demolish.

City Commission Recommendation: The commission will consider this item at it's
meeting Tuesday, July 8, 200.2.

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                              FROM CITY ASSESSOR'S RECORDS


OWNER:                            Absalon White

PROPERTY:                         345 E. Forest

PARCEL NO:                        24-205-294-0012-10

DESCRIPTION:                      E ½ Lot 12 Blk 294


                       FROM RECORDS OF TRANSNATION TITLE


LIBER:                            1587

PAGE:                             311

DATE OF DEED:                     January 29, 1991

GRANTOR NAME & ADDRESS: Wayne J. Charles aka Wayne Jack Charles
and Josephine Charles aka Josephine Mary Charles aka Josephine M. Charles,
808 Clark, Muskegon, MI 49443

GRANTEE NAME & ADDRESS: Doyce L. Davis and Absalon Lamarr White,
345 E. Forest, Muskegon, MI 49442

LIENS OR MORTGAGES: 3346/668; 3346/669

TODAY'S DATE:                    September 24, 2002

EFFECTIVE DATE: August 30, 2002 at 8:00 AM

Abstractedby:               ~
                      TRANSNATIO TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY
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The above information is to be used for reference purposes only and not to be relied upon as evidence of title and/or
encumbrances. Accordingly, said information is furnished at a reduced rate, and the Company's liability shall in no event
exceed the amount paid for said information, should evidence of title and/or encumbrances be desired, application for title
insurance should be placed with Transnation Title Insurance Company.
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                 NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION


 DATE: June 25, 2003


        345 E. Forest

        (Address of Property)


TO:     All owners and interested parties:

        Absalon Lamarr White. 3468 Northlake Dr. Grand Rapids. Ml 49525

        Saxon Mortgage Inc. C/0 Meritech Legal Dept. Donna Pridy, Foreclosure Spvs.
        4708 Mercantile Dr. North Fort Worth TX 76137
        (Other interested parties)



On February 6. 2003 the Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals made a determination
that the subject property is sub-standard, a public nuisance and a dangerous building
under the City Code and ordered that it be repaired or demolished.

The City Commission will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 8 1 2003 to consider the
above decision of the Housing Board of Appeals. You may appear at this hearing at
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 8, 2003, at the Muskegon City Hall. 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, Michigan, with counsel, if you desire, to present any relevant evidence and
arguments concerning the decision to demolish the above structures.



                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON INSPECTIONS DEPT.
                                      FO~~OUSING~ARD OF APPEALS

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                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
                4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.


                                                                                                )-d-0-03
                                                                                              DATE



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                REPORTSISTANDARD FORMS\345 E.Forest.doc
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON

                     DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT

                                    345 E. Forest
                                       3/17/03
                              (INTERIOR INSPECTION)



 Inspection noted:

 I.    Replace broken light in basement.
2.     Kitchen not served by outlet.
3.     Stove and refrigerator currents not grounded.
4.     Furnace not grounded.
5.     Tuck point all foundation wall openings. Damp proof block section.
6.     Repair rafter damage - sheathing damage & shingles.
7.     Chimney needs replacement.
8.     Chimney liner needs to be replaced.
9.     All handrail, guardrails must be to code.
I 0.   Double basement (trimmer) opening at stairwell.
11.    Add column post - stabilize & treated.
12.    Repair all wall & ceiling damage.
13.    Replace worn stair treads.
14.    Furnace needs to be certified safe.
15.    Water heater needs to be certified safe.




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
4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.



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REPORTS\STANDARD FORMS\345 E.Forest.doc
                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS



Date:          February 7, 2003

        To:    Absalon White, 3468 Northlake Dr, Grand Rapids, Ml 49525
               Owners Name & Address

               Saxon Mortgage Inc. C/O Meritech Legal Dept. Donna Pridy, Foreclosure
               Spvs, 4708 Mercantile Dr. North, Fort Worth, TX 76137
               Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties



                           ORDER TO DEMOLISH STRUCTURE

        The Housing Board of Appeals, having received evidence at a scheduled and
noticed meeting held on Thursday, February 6, 2003 does hereby order that the
following structure(s) located at 345 E. Forest,_Muskegon, Michigan, shall be
demolished for the reason that the said structure or structures are found, based upon
the evidence before the Board of Appeals, to be dangerous, substandard and a public
nuisance.

The owners or persons interested shall apply for the required permits to demolish the
structure(s) within 30 days from the final determination to concur and demolish, if it is
made by the City Commission. Demolition shall be accomplished no later than 60 days
after a concurrence by the City Commission.

       The director of inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon City
Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the City
Commission with the decision of this board, and further to give notice to the owner and
interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall be considered by the City
Commission. This order is not final until concurred with by the City Commission.




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                    NOTICE TO OWNER AND INTERESTED PARTIES

Please take notice that this decision of the Housing Board of Appeals will be presented
to the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on the date and at a time to be noticed
to you by the Director of Inspections. You are hereby notified that you will have an
opportunity to appear before the said City Commission at that time and to present any
and all evidence or matters relevant to the issue of demolition or repair of the said
structures. This order of the Housing Board of Appeals is not final, but will become final
if and when the City Commission has considered the record and this order, and has
concurred.

         The City Commission may concur with this order, or disapprove or modify the
order.




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                                                  H US!f'JG-BOARD OF. APP. EALS:
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                                             Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                              CITY OF MUSKEGON
                 CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS

                                    NOTICE OF HEARING

 Date: January 23, 2003

Address of the Property:      345' £. Forest

TO:     Absalon White, 3468 Northlake Dr, Grand Rapids, Ml 49525
        [Name & Address of Owner]

        Saxon Mortgage, Inc. C/O Meritech Legal Dept. Donna Pridy, Foreclosure Spvs.
        4708 Mercantile Dr. North Fort Worth TX 76137
        [Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]




Please take notice that on Thursday, February 6, 2003 , the City of Muskegon Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Ml at 5:30 o'clock
p.m., and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be
determined to be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished, or
repaired.

The reason for this hearing is that you have not complied with the Notice and Order to
repair or demolish issued 11/25/02.

At the hearing on Thursday, February 6, 2003, at 5:30 o'clock p.m., at the Muskegon
City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or
ordered demolished.


                              Ci_J.:t.,QF MUSK{a.GON INSPECTION DEPARTMENT,

                             :: B ~             vJ )l~~A~~-       8,f;.RD OF APPEALS

                             Rob rt B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                                  CITY OF MUSKEGON

      NOTICE AND ORDER TO REPAIR OR REMOVE (DEMOLISH) A STRUCTURE

 DATE:        November 25, -2002

Address of the Property:    345 E. Forest




TO:      Absalon White, 3468 Northlake Dr. Grand Rapids, Ml 49525
         [Name & Address of Owner]

         Homeowners Loan Corp. 4501 Circle -75 Parkway Suite F6300, Atlanta, GA
         30339
         Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]




        The Building Inspection Department of the City of Muskegon has determined that
the structures above described are dangerous, substandard. and constitute a nuisance
in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

       You are hereby notified that the City will proceed to demolish or cause the
demolition and removal of the said structure unless you accomplish the actions
indicated below within the time limits indicated (only one to be checked):

       1. ~X_ _ _ Obtain the issuance of all permits required to accomplish the repair
                  of the structure defects listed in the attached schedule within
                  30 days of this notice. All repairs shall be accomplished within the
                 times set forth in the permits. All work must be physically
                 commenced within 30 days of the date of this notice.

       2. _ __      Obtain the issuance of the appropriate permit for the demolition of
                    structures within 30 days, and accomplish the demolition thereof
                    within 60 days of this notice.



      The conditions which cause the said structures to be dangerous. substandard
and a nuisance are listed in the attached schedule.
                                 FAILURE TO COMPLY

       After 30 days from mailing this notice, if you have not complied with this notice, a
hearing will be scheduled before the City of Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals for
the purpose of enforcing this notice and order and instituting City action to remove the
structure. You will receive notice of that hearing. You may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire. You will have the opportunity to show cause why the structure
shall not be ordered demolished.


                             SCHEDULE OF CONDITIONS

       The following conditions are present at the structure at 345 E. Forest,
Muskegon, Michigan, and cause said structure to be a dangerous or substandard
building and a public nuisance.

       Please see the attached inspection report




                                   Robe\i B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON

                       NOTICE FOR INTERIOR INSPECTION



DATE:        September 27, 2002

Address of Prope1iy:                345 E. Forest



TO:         Absalon White, 3468 Northlake Dr. Grand Rapids, Ml 49525
             [Name & Address of Owner]

             Homeowners Loan Corp. 4501 Circle 75 Parkway, Suite F6300, Atlanta. GA 30339
             (Interested Parties)




The Inspection Services Department of the City of Muskegon has preliminarily
determined that the structures described above are dangerous, substandard, and
constitute a nuisance in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

We intend to inspect the interior of the building(s). Please be present to allow an
interior inspection of the above described prope1iies on Thursday, October 30, 2002
at 1:30 P.M. Failure to appear and allow the inspection will result in this office
seeking a search warrant to conduct the inspection.




                                             Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON

                 DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT

                                     345 E. Forest

                                         9/JJ/02


Inspection noted:

I.     An interior inspection is required by all trade inspectors (plumbing. mechanical.
       electrical and building) before any permits or certificates of occupancy will be
       issued.

2.     Structural damage evident. Structural engineer to investigate and provide owner
       with requirements to repair.

3.     Chimney damaged.

4.     No utilities.




BASED UPON MY RECENT INSPECTION OF THE ABOVE PROPERTY, I HA VE
DETERMINED THAT THE STRUCTURE MEETS THE DEFINITION OF A
DANGEROUS AND/OR SUBSTANDARD BUILDING AS SET FORTH IN SECTION



1xr~1t1:t-
ROBERT B. GRABINSKI, DIRECTOR OF INSPECTIONS                               DATE




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Forest.doc
      .,ued                MUSKEGON POLICE DEPARTMENT               2002-006578-I
    _ictent No
  .u02-006578-I
                    I
                    Date & Time Rept
                   03/31/2002   22:44
                                       I  Orrense: 98007
                                          SUSPICIOUS SITUATIONS
 N    TAKEN FROM WORDPERFECT DOCUMENT 2002006578.001
 A 31 March 2002
 R 2159 hrs.
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 A   NATURE:
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 I        ABANDONED HOUSE - VACANT
 V
 E   LOCATION:
          345 E Forest
          City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, State of Michigan
     INFORMATION:
           Officers were investi$ating a home invasion complaint in the
     1600 block of Smith St. which is right around the corner from the
     com~lainant's house. The neighbors stated that there is nobody
     living in 345 E. Forest and noticed a light on in the house.
           Officers checked the house and found that the rear door lock
     does not work and access could be gained by anybody. There was a
     bathroom light on in the house. Officers did a building search of
     the house and found nobody inside the house. There were some items
     of property inside the house but it was unknown if the items were
     taken in the B & Eat 1634 Smith (02-6577). The victim in that
     complaint was uncooperative.
     DISPOSITION:
          I spoke to the property owner, Absalon White. He stated that
     he rented the house out but the tenant was supposed to have secured
     the rear door and taken their property out of the house. Mr. White
     stated to me that he would be coming down to secure the rear door.
     COPY TO COPS FOR INFO ON PUBLIC NUISANCE (ABANDONED HOUSE).
     CLEAR
     CLOSED
     J BAKER #11




rpt revt. c 1. 41         Date Printed: 03/31/2002                      Page   2
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Incident Report
 Inciaent No
 2002-006578-I
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                   I
                           MUSKEGON POLICE DEPARTMENT
                    Date & Time Rept
                   03/31/2002     22:44
                   I Occurrea Until:
                                          Orrense: 98007
                                          SUSPICIOUS SITUATIONS
                                          Inciaent Location
                                                                   2002-006578-I


 03/31/2002 22:44     03/31/2002 22:44    345 E FOREST AV
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               I Disposea To
                 CLOSED      ROESLER
                                          Municipality
                                          MUSKEGON
                                                               District
                                                               114
 Disposition Date
 03/31/2002
                        Juveniles Only?
                               NO
                                          TTYN sent?
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 Photos? j Consent?       Atfiaavit?      Optional Date/Time
   NO           NO             NO           /   /     00:00
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 10436 BAKER, JON DOUGLAS JR
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     OFFENSE: OPEN         Open Building
     =CAD TIMES: 22:44;22:44;00:00;22:44;
     Name/A<1<1ress/Phone                            Descriotion
 p   WHITE, ABSALu~ LAMAR                            Born 06/13/1972       MALE
 E   345 E FOREST AV                                 Hgt.  6' 0"         BLACK
 R   MUSKEGON              MI 49442                  Wgt. 175         NON-HISP
 s   (616) 361-7019 (616) 706-5500                   Hair BLK     Eves BRO
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                    98007           SUSPICIOUS SITUATIONS
 N   03/31/2002
      Description/Name/Comments   IMaKe/Mode1/Statl Serial No./Qtv/Value
     NO PROPERTY
     Status/Plate Tvoe/VIN      I ReatEvir11va1ue1 Descriotion
     NO VEHICLES
       Cateqorv                      I   Description
     NO M.O. INFORMATION




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HBA Minutes 2/6/03




Case #02-63 - 345 E. Forest - Absalon Lamarr White, Grand Rapids, Ml

Mr. White was present for the meeting and stated he doesn't understand why the
structure is dangerous. Mr. Grabinski stated he needs a structural engineer and
asked how much time he would like to complete repairs. Mr. White stated he
doesn't have an answer. Mr. Borgman asked if it is in foreclosure and Mr. White
stated yes it is. Mr. White did not show up for the interior inspection that was
scheduled and Pete Vanderlaan, the housing inspector, turned it in for dangerous
building because he got nowhere with Mr. White completing repairs. Mr. White
stated this was his mother's house and he wants to keep it. Clara Shepherd
stated she understands his attachment to the house, but it's in foreclosure and
Mr. White has no financial backing to do any repairs.

Mr. Grabinski explained the process if the structure is declared and what his
options are if he wants to proceed with repairs.

Staff Recommendation: Declare this building substandard, a public nuisance,
and dangerous building and forward to city commission for their concurrence.

A motion was made by Randy Mackie and seconded by Jerry Bever to accept
staff recommendation.

A roll call vote was taken:

AYES:                  NAYES:                  EXCUSED:               ABSENT:

Greg Borgman                                   Nick Kroes
Randy Mackie
Jon Rolewicz
John Warner
Clara Shepherd
Jerry Bever

The motion carried.


           -065 - 1891 Hoyt - Brent Foltynewicz

Mr. Foltynewicz was pre                    .-!!!'Fit this case. He stated he recently
purchased the house an                                 it. Mr. Grabinski stated a timeline of
repairs is require,ct..,,~'lle is a little concerne              a couple of previous projects
and how I              ey took to complete. Mr. Foltynewicz s                     s a couple
   ntJ..d!Jllf'ior repairs and can do the foundation tuck pointing in the spring.




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                     Exit Realty of Muskegon
                           86 Seaway Dr
                      Muskegon, MI 49444
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                       Exit Realty of Muskegon                           'FsoanllL_gjiifl Hillman for Ronald Harris
                       86 Seaway Drive                                             Fidelity National
                       M1.1Skegon, Ml 49444                                        Asset Management Solutions
                       Attn: Carol Zaagman                                         15661 Redhill Ave,, Suite 110
                                                                                   Tustin, CA 92780
                       REO#SAX118924
                       Former Mortgagor: Absalon                                   P: (949) 221-3362
                       White                                                       F: (949) 221-3355
                       345 East Forest Ave
                       Muskegon, Ml 49442
           Re:                                                            Date: March 31, 2003
                       Foreclosure date: 3/28/2003

           Phone: (231) 830-3950                                          Pages17

           Fax:        (231) 737-9677                                     CC:        File
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           l. Within 24 hours or assign111ent, you must notify Fidelity National Asset
              Management Solutions, whether the property is occupied or vacant by completing the
              Occupancy Status Report & faxing it back. Please inclutk the signed Referral
              Agreement and completed Mobile Home Form.

           2. If the propertY is occupied, you will be requested to coordinate our Cash-For-Keys
              ProgJ"am with the occupant. Please contact our Eviction Department by calling (800)
              430-3320 and asking for Tonya Willis @ EXT. 840. They will provide you with
              additional instroctions on how to proceed. Once the property is vacant, I will be
              nolified by the Eviction Department and we will be working on the marketing of the
              asset.

           3. When the property is vacant"**, have the property re-keyed. secured. transfer
              utilities. have the yard cleaned-up/cut back/all debris removed. have the interior of !he
              property completely removed of all trash & cleaned The property is also to be
              Winterized (not to exceed $] 25) as soon as necessaryH! All these items are
              considered "initial maintenance items". You have approval to sp•nd up to $750 for
              these items. Contact you asset manager immediately if additional funds are needed.
              All initial maintenance items MUST be completed PRIOR to listing the propeny. The
              BPO is due within 7- l O days of the property becoming vacanL You will now need to
              download the forms from our website at www.fnams.com - You should then e-mail
              the BPO & the photos to the appropriate asset manger listed below.

           ...If you are in a stak where tliere is s Redcmptioo/Rlltilication/Con6rmation Period DO
                 NOT proceed with the BPO/ Trashout without the Asllet Managtr's Approval.
             Please review all instructions & call Asset Manager with any questions or concerns.
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        March 3 l, 2003

        Exit Realty of Muskegon
        86 Seaway Drive
        Muskegon, Ml 49444
        Attn: Carol Zaagman

        Re:      345 East Forest Ave, Muskegon, MI 49442
                 REO # SAXl 18924

        Dear Carol:

        Fidelity National Asset Management Solutions is 1he managing agent given the
        responsibility for the disposition oflhe above-mentioned property. Please use this Jetter
        as your authorization to act on our behalf and have the utilities activated and the propeny
        re-keyed and secured. This would include hiring a locksmith, working with a
        security/alarm company, turning on the water, electricity, gas (if needed} and any other
        items that you deem necessary for the proper maintenance of the property.

        The first order of business is to determine occupancy of the property and when it has
        been found to be vacant, to immediately secure the premises. To note, we have found
        I.hat the marketing period for vacant properties is greatly reduced if the property has
        activated utilities; they show better to perspective buyers and can be cleaned on a
        periodic basis.

        Please have the yard wad:: done as soon as possible and place the property on a
        maintenance program so that it will get mowed on a regular basis, as needed. We would
        also like to have the maintenance people water the lawn after it is mowed. Please be sw:e
        and take "before" and "after" photos for any maintenance items completed.

       The interior of the home should be trasbed out and cleaned as well. Please order these
       services immediately. You are not to exceed $750 total for any of these items without
       further au1horiz.a1ion.

       Thank you in advance for your assistance and if you have any questions please call me at
       (866) 268-7005 toll-free or (949) 221-3362 direct.




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DATE:               June 30, 2003

TO:                  Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:                Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspection Services

RE:                 Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
                    to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case#: 02-90 Address: 1246
                    Fifth


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
1246 Fifth 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: #02-90, 1246 Fifth St. , Muskegon, Ml

Location and ownership: This structure is located on Fifth Street between
Monroe and Merrill St. It was owned by Chuck Wishart, but has gone back to a
bank.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
11/22/02 and an interior inspection was conducted 1/23/03. A notice and order
to repair was issued 2/27/03. On 4/3/03 no one appeared to represent the case
and the HBA declared the structure substandard.

Owner Contact:                 There has been no contact from the owner.

Financial Impact:              CDBG

Budget action required:                   None

State Equalized value:                   $19,400

Estimated cost to repair:                $8,000

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to
demolish.

City Commission Recommendation: The commission will consider this item at it's
meeting Tuesday, July 8, 2001.




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 City of Muskegon




                              FROM CITY ASSESSOR'S RECORDS


 OWNER:                           Bankers Trust

PROPERTY:                         1246 Fifth

PARCEL NO:                        24-205-378-0006-00

DESCRIPTION:                      N 46 ft. Lot 6 Blk 378

                       FROM RECORDS OF TRANSNATION TITLE


LIBER:                            1681

PAGE:                             421

DATE OF DEED:                     February 24, 1993

GRANTOR NAME & ADDRESS: William S. Boeschenstein, a single man,
3450 Third Ave., #301, San Diego, CA

GRANTEE NAME & ADDRESS: Daniel J. Heller and Mary K. Heller,
husband and wife, Route 1, Box 181, Hesperia, MI 49412

LIENS OR MORTGAGES: 1960/304; 2064/804; 3417/409; 3486/868

TODAY'S DATE:                    December 23, 2002

EFFECTIVE DATE: October 23, 2002 at 8:00 AM

Abstracted by:              ~             ~
                      TRANSNATIONTTLE INSURANCE COMP ANY
                                                            a-
l11c above information is to be used for reference purposes only and not to be relied upon as evidence of title and/or
encumbrances. Accordingly, said infom1ation is furnished at a reduced rate, and the Company's liability shall in no event
exceed the amount paid for said infonnation, should evidence of title and/or encumbrances be desired, application for title
insurance should be placed with Transnation Title Insurance Company.
                      WARRANTY DEED
                      STATUTORY FORM
                      FOR INDIVIDUALS
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              KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRJ!°SENTS: That
                                                                                Williams. Boeschenstein, a single man
              whoscstrcetnumb~ranilpo st officcaddrmis                      3450 Third Avenue,                          #301, San Diego, California
              Convry s                    nnd Wur:int s                    10   Daniel J. Heller, and \·1ife 1 Mary K. Heller
              whosesucctnumbcrandpostofflceaddmsis                          Route 1, Box 181, Hesperia, Michigan
              lhe following described p1l'mi~~         :iillllllcd   in the City                          01Muskegon                                 County     or   Muskegon
              and Slulc of Michigan. IU•Wit:

                                             The North 46 feet of Lot 6, Block 378, Revised
                                  Plat of 1903) City of Muskegon, as recorded in Liber 3 of
                                  Plats, page 71.

                                  This deed is given pursuant to a land contract between
                                  the parties dated July 12, 19K4.
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              mbjcrt 10     Easements and Restrictions                                         of     Record.



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                NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION


DATE: June 25, 2003


       1246 Fifth

       (Address of Property)


TO:    All owners and interested parties:


       Bankers Trust, 909 Hidden Ridge Dr. Suite 200, Irving, TX 75038
       (Other interested parties)



On April 3, 2003 the Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals made a determination that
the subject property is sub-standard, a public nuisance and a dangerous building under
the City Code and ordered that it be repaired or demolished.

The City Commission will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 8, 2003 to consider the
above decision of the Housing Board of Appeals. You may appear at this hearing at
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 8, 2003, at the Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, Michigan, with counsel, if you desire, to present any relevant evidence and
arguments concerning the decision to demolish the above structures.



                                     CITY OF MUSKEGON INSPECTIONS DEPT.
                                     FOR~~oysIN,G ~qARStOF A:P~LS

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To Whom It May Concern:

I no longer have an interest in 1246 Fifth St. Muskegon, Ml. The bank has taken
it back.




                                              Aprn21 /2003
                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
         CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS



Date:          April 7, 2003

        To:    Chuck Wishart, 1210 Amity Apt. 1, Muskegon, Ml 49442
               Owners Name & Address

               Bankers Trust, 909 Hidden Ridge Dr. Suite 200, Irving, TX 75038
               Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties



                           ORDER TO DEMOLISH STRUCTURE



       The Housing Board of Appeals, having received evidence at a scheduled and
noticed meeting held on Thursday, Apri 3, 2003 does hereby order that the following
structure(s) located at 1246 Fifth, Muskegon, Michigan, shall be demolished for the
reason that the said structure or structures are found, based upon the evidence before
the Board of Appeals, to be dangerous, substandard and a public nuisance.

The owners or persons interested shall apply for the required permits to demolish the
structure(s) within 30 days from the final determination to concur and demolish, if it is
made by the City Commission. Demolition shall be accomplished no later than 60 days
after a concurrence by the City Commission.

       The director of inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon City
Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the City
Commission with the decision of this board, and further to give notice to the owner and
interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall be considered by the City
Commission. This order is not final until concurred with by the City Commission.




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                    NOTICE TO OWNER AND INTERESTED PARTIES

Please take notice that this decision of the Housing Board of Appeals will be presented
to the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on the date and at a time to be noticed
to you by the Director of Inspections. You are hereby notified that you will have an
opportunity to appear before the said City Commission at that time and to present any
and all evidence or matters relevant to the issue of demolition or repair of the said
structures. This order of the Housing Board of Appeals is not final, but will become final
if and when the City Commission has considered the record and this order, and has
concurred.

         The City Commission may concur with this order, or disapprove or modify the
order.




                                             RobE(rt B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                              CITY OF MUSKEGON
                 CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS

                                     NOTICE OF HEARING

 Date: March 21, 2003

Address of the Property:       1246 Fifth


TO:     Bankers Trust, 909 Hidden Ridge Dr. Suite 200, Irving, TX 75038
        (Name & Address of Owner]

        Chuck Wishart, 1210 Amity Apt. 1, Muskegon, Ml 49442
        [Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]




Please take notice that on Thursday, April 3, 2003 , the City of Muskegon Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Ml at 5:30 o'clock
p.m., and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be
determined to be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished, or
repaired.

The reason for this hearing is that you have not complied with the Notice and Order
issued 2/27/03.

At the hearing on Thursday, April 3, 2003, at 5:30 o'clock p.m., at the Muskegon City
Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or
ordered demolished.




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                              CIJY---B-R MUSKEGON INSPECTION DEPARTMENT,
                                                                             OF APPEALS

                              Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON

      NOTICE AND ORDER TO REPAIR OR REMOVE (DEMOLISH) A STRUCTURE

DATE:          February 27, 2003

Address of the Property:       1246 FIFTH ST.




TO:     Bankers Trust Co. 909 Hidden Ridge Dr. Suite 200, Irving, TX 75038
        [Name & Address of Owner]

        None
        (Interested Parties)




        The Building Inspection Department of the City of Muskegon has determined that
the structures above described are dangerous, substandard, and constitute a nuisance
in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

       You are hereby notified that the City will proceed to demolish or cause the
demolition and removal of the said structure unless you accomplish the actions
indicated below within the time limits indicated (only one to be checked):

       1.   -~x~_    Obtain the issuance of all permits required to accomplish the repair
                     of the structure defects listed in the attached schedule within
                     30 days of this notice. All repairs shall be accomplished within the
                     times set forth in the permits. All work must be physically
                     commenced within 30 days of the date of this notice.

       2. _ __       Obtain the issuance of the appropriate pen
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                     structures within 30 days, and accomplish
                     within 60 days of this notice.                \
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The conditions which cause the said structures to be dangerou:          C)\__ \_5 d
nuisance are listed in the attached schedule.
                                 FAILURE TO COMPLY

After 30 days from mailing this notice, if you have not complied with this notice, a
hearing will be scheduled before the City of Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals for
the purpose of enforcing this notice and order and instituting City action to remove the
structure. You will receive notice of that hearing. You may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire. You will have the opportunity to show cause why the structure
shall not be ordered demolished.


                             SCHEDULE OF CONDITIONS

The following conditions are present at the structure at 1246 Fifth, Muskegon,
Michigan, and cause said structure to be a dangerous or substandard building and a
public nuisance.

      Please see the attached inspection report




                                  Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections
                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON

                     DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT

                                           1246 Fifth
                                    (INTERIOR INSPECTION)
                                                1/23/03


 Inspection noted:

 1.      Gravity furnaces have been repaired or altered. Repair of alteration needs to be
         reviewed and ccrtilied safe by a mechanical contractor.
2.       Duct work has been wrapped with non listed wrap.
3.       Cockroach infested.
4.       Return duct needs repair.
5.       Need to install header over basement stairs
6.       Frame in basement window on north side needs to be replaced.
7.       Basement door needs repair; threshold and casing.
8.       Front steps need treads, stabilize and install footings or piers.
9.       Guardrail, stairs, handrails must meet MRC 200 requirements.
10.      Decking on the front porch must be treating; decking OSB is exposed.
11.      Wall fixtures are improperly installed.
12.      Fixtures are incomplete.
13.      Light fixture is hanging through drop ceiling.
14.      Upper apt. light fixtures are improperly installed.




BASED UPON MY RECENT INSPECTION OF THE ABOVE PROPERTY. 1 HA VE
DETERMINED THAT THE STRUCTURE MEETS THE DEFINITION OF A
DANGEROUS AND/OR SUBSTANDARD BUILDING AS SET FORTH IN SECTION
4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.




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                           NOTICE FOR INTERIOR INSPECTION



    DATE:        December 18, 2002

    Address of Prope11y:               1246 Fifth




    TO:          Bankers Trust Co, 909 Hidden Ridge Dr. Suite 200, Irving, TX 75038
                 [Name & Address of Owner]

                None
                (Interested Pai1ies)



    The Inspection Services Department of the City of Muskegon has preliminarily
    determined that the structures described above are dangerous, substandard, and
    constitute a nuisance in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

    We intend to inspect the interior of the building(s). Please be present to allow an
    interior inspection of the above described properties on Thursday, January 23, 2003
    at 9:30 A.M. Failure to appear and allow the inspection will result in this office
    seeking a search warrant to conduct the inspection.


                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON INSPECTIONS

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                                                    Robert B. Grabinski, Director oflnspections




'
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON

                 DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT

                                       1246 Fifth

                                         11122/02


 Inspection noted:

 1.     An interior inspection is required by all trade inspectors (plumbing,
        mechanical, electrical and building) before any permits or certificates of
        occupancy will be issued.

2.      Roof covering need to be replaced.

3.      Siding needs to be repaired or replaced.

4.     Window frames need to be repaired.

5.      Front porch decking, soffit, handrail, guardrail need repair/replacement.

6.      Foundation requires repair.

7.     Screens need to be repaired/replaced.

8.     All electrical, plumbing and mechanical work is to be completed by
       licensed contractors after a permit is issued.




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 4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.



                                                                  I I . · ,~l .) '~' ,,-
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                        NAYES:                              ABSENT:




DANGEROUS BUILDING NEW CASES:

Case# 02-90 -1246 Fifth - Bankers Trust (Chuck Wishart)

No one was present to represent this case. Bob Grabinski gave a history on the
structure and stated the property has gone back to the bank. There has been no
contact from them.

Staff Recommendation: Declare this building substandard, a public nuisance,
and dangerous building and forward to city commission for their concurrence.

A motion was made by Clara Shepherd and seconded by Randy Mackie to
accept staff recommendation.

A roll call vote was taken:

AYES:                   NAYES:          EXCUSED:            ABSENT:

Greg Borgman
Randy Mackie
Jon Rolewicz
John Warner
Nick Kroes
Jerry Bever
Clara Shepherd

The motion carried.




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DATE:               June 30, 2003                                        ;too'3 · S'S - )    lo .
TO:                 Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:               Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspection Services

RE:                Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
                   to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case#: 03-12 Address: 85
                   Hartford


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 85
Hartford 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: #85 Hartford, Muskegon, Ml

Location and ownership: This structure is located on Hartford between Pine and
Terrace and is owned by James Bauer.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
2/19/03 and A notice and order to repair was issued 3/5/03. Mr. Bauer
telephoned the Inspection office on 4/30/03 and stated he intended to repair the
house and would be applying for rental rehab through CNS. On 5/1/03 the HBA
declared the structure a public nuisance, substandard, and dangerous building.
As of 6/10/03 Mr. Bauer has not applied for rental rehab.

Owner Contact:      Mr. Bauer telephoned the Inspection office on 4/30/03 and
stated he intended to repair the house and would be applying for rental rehab
through CNS. As of 6/10/03 Mr. Bauer has not applied.

Financial Impact:             CDBG

Budget action required:                 None

State Equalized value:                  $18,400

Estimated cost to repair:               $4,000 and the cost of interior repairs

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to
demolish.

City Commission Recommendation: The commission will consider th is item at it's
meeting Tuesday, July 8, 2001.



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                             FROM CITY ASSESSOR'S RECORDS


OWNER:                           James Bauer

PROPERTY:                        85 Hartford

PARCEL NO:                       24-205-226-0010-00

DESCRIPTION:                     Blk 226 Wly 51 ft. Lot 10


                       FROM RECORDS OF TRANSNA TION TITLE


LIBER:                            1190

PAGE:                             7731

DATE OF DEED:                    July 12, 1980

GRANTOR NAME & ADDRESS: Winifred M. Moran, 2101 Barckley Ave.
Apt. 215, Muskegon, MI

GRANTEE NAME & ADDRESS: Winifred M. Moran and Virginia M. Wright,
2101 Barckley Ave. Apt. 215, Muskegon, MI

LIENS OR MORTGAGES: None

TODAY'S DATE:                    February 21, 2003

EFFECTIVE DATE: January 28, 2003 at 8:00 AM

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                      TRANSNATlONTILEINSURANCECOMPANY
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encumbrances. Accordingly, said information is furnished at a reduced rate, and the Company's liability shall in no event
exceed the amount paid for said infonnation, should evidence of title and/or encumbrances be desired, application for title
insurance should be placed with Transnation Title Insurance Company,
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                NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION


DATE: June 25, 2003


        85 Hartford

        (Address of Property)


TO:    All owners and interested parties:

       James Bauer, 1396 Pine St., Muskegon, Ml 49441

       None
       (Other interested parties)



On May 1. 2003 the Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals made a determination that
the subject property is sub-standard, a public nuisance and a dangerous building under
the City Code and ordered that it be repaired or demolished.

The City Commission will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 8 1 2003 to consider the
above decision of the Housing Board of Appeals. You may appear at this hearing at
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday. July 8, 2003, at the Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, Michigan, with counsel, if you desire, to present any relevant evidence and
arguments concerning the decision to demolish the above structures.



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                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
         CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS



Date:          May 2, 2003

        To:    James Bauer, 1396 Pine St. Muskegon, Ml 49441
               Owners Name & Address

               None
               Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties



                           ORDER TO DEMOLISH STRUCTURE



       The Housing Board of Appeals, having received evidence at a scheduled and
noticed meeting held on Thursday, May 1, 2003 does hereby order that the following
structure(s) located at 85 Hartford; Muskegon, Michigan, shall be demolished for the
reason that the said structure or structures are found, based upon the evidence before
the Board of Appeals, to be dangerous, substandard and a public nuisance.

The owners or persons interested shall apply for the required permits to demolish the
structure(s) within 30 days from the final determination to concur and demolish, if it is
made by the City Commission. Demolition shall be accomplished no later than 60 days
after a concurrence by the City Commission.

       The director of inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon City
Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the City
Commission with the decision of this board, and further to give notice to the owner and
interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall be considered by the City
Commission. This order is not final until concurred with by the City Commission.




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                    NOTICE TO OWNER AND INTERESTED PARTIES

Please take notice that this decision of the Housing Board of Appeals will be presented
to the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on the date and at a time to be noticed
to you by the Director of Inspections. You are hereby notified that you will have an
opportunity to appear before the said City Commission at that time and to present any
and all evidence or matters relevant to the issue of demolition or repair of the said
structures. This order of the Housing Board of Appeals is not final, but will become final
if and when the City Commission has considered the record and this order, and has
concurred.

         The City Commission may concur with this order, or disapprove or modify the
order.




                                           JµGzJ:J;~EALS
                                            Rob,ert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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April 30, 2003


RE: 85 HARTFORD

Owner, James Bauer, called the office and stated he will be applying for rental
rehab within 2 weeks. He has contacted their office and found out what he
needs to do, which is have a clear title, pay all back taxes, and show intent. He
stated he paid his taxes, but has a problem with the title that should be
straightened out within 2 weeks (someone signed in the wrong space).

He stated his intention is to repair and keep the house as a rental. Oneata from
CNS, stated that she has not had a conversation with Mr. Bauer. She did mail
him the paperwork 2 weeks ago to apply for rental rehab, but has not received it
back from him.

He will not be able to attend the meeting.
                              CITY OF MUSKEGON
                 CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS

                                    NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: April 18, 2003

Address of the Property:      85 Hartford


TO:    James Bauer, 1396 Pine St., Muskegon, Ml 49441
       [Name & Address of Owner)

       None
       [Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties)




Please take notice that on Thursday, May 1, 2003 , the City of Muskegon Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Ml at 5:30 o'clock
p.m., and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be
determined to be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished, or
repaired.

The reason for this hearing is that you have not complied with the Notice and Order to
repair or demolish issued 3/5/03.

At the hearing on Thursday, May 1, 2003, at 5:30 o"clock p.m., at the Muskegon City
Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or
ordered demolished.


                             piTYOF MUSKEGON IN.. SP\=~Jl,9tl DEPARTMENT,
                             ON ~~)~~~E ~0~~RD OF APPEALS
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                              By  ll
                              Rob~rt B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                                                                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON

      NOTICE AND ORDER TO REPAIR OR REMOVE (DEMOLISH) A STRUCTURE

DATE:                       March 5, 2003

Address of the Property:                                         85 Hartford




TO:     James Bauer. 1396 Pine St. Muskegon. Ml 49441                                                                                                                                                                                                        c:Jf
        [Name & Address of Owner]                                                                                                                                                                                                  -fl\~>'- , J
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        (Interested Parties)




        The Building Inspection Department of the City of Muskegon has determined that
the structures above described are dangerous, substandard. and constitute a nuisance
in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

       You are hereby notified that the City will proceed to demolish or cause the
demolition and removal of the said structure unless you accomplish the actions
indicated below within the time limits indicated (only one to be checked):

        1.               X                   Obtain the issuance of all permits required to accomplish the repair
                                             of the structure defects listed in the attached schedule within
                                             30 days of this notice. All repairs shall be accomplished within the
                                             times set forth in the permits. All work must be physically
                                             commenced within 30 days of the date of this notice.

        2. - - -                             Obtain the issuance of the appropriate permit for the demolition of
                                             structures within 30 days, and accomplish the demolition thereof
                                             within 60 days of this notice.



The conditions which cause the said structures to be dangerous. substandard and a
nuisance are listed in the attached schedule.
                                 FAILURE TO COMPLY

After 30 days from mailing this notice, if you have not complied with this notice, a
hearing will be scheduled before the City of Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals for
the purpose of enforcing this notice and order and instituting City action to remove the
structure. You will receive notice of that hearing. You may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire. You will have the opportunity to show cause why the structure
shall not be ordered demolished.


                             SCHEDULE OF CONDITIONS

The following conditions are present at the structure at 85 Hartford. Muskegon,
Michigan, and cause said structure to be a dangerous or substandard building and a
public nuisance.

      Please see the attached inspection report


                    CITY OF   MUSKFGON INSPEFT~f\/ D,l;PAAT(vlEt_,
                                      \ K/.;; '---~,~- ·.. . . .. ..
                                  Robert~- Grabinski, Director of Inspections
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON

                 DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT

                                        85 Hamilton

                                           2/19/03


Inspection noted:

I.     Building continually unsecure.

2.     All building permits are expired.

3.     No utilities.

4.     A complete interior inspection by building, electrical, and plumbing/mechanical
       inspectors is required. No permits will be issued until these inspections occur.

5.     All electrical, plumbing, and mechanical work must be completed by licensed
       contractors after permits are approved.




BASED UPON MY RECENT INSPECTION OF THE ABOVE PROPERTY, I HA VE
DETERMINED THAT THE STRUCTURE MEETS THE DEFINITION OF A
DANGEROUS AND/OR SUBSTANDARD BUILDING AS SET FORTH IN SECTION
4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CO°'E.


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Robert B. Grabinski, Director oflnspections                       DATE




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1-IBA Minutes 5/1/03


Case #03-12 - 85 Hartford, James Bauer, 1396 Pine St.

No one was present to represent this case. Mr. Bauer called the office and
stated he is applying for rental rehab and intends to repair the structure. CNS
has not received any application yet. Don LaBrenz stated this structure is a
constant problem with being open and vacant.

Staff Recommendation: Declare this building substandard, a public nuisance,
and dangerous building and forward to city commission for their concurrence.

A motion was made by Randy Mackie and seconded by Jon Rolewicz to accept
staff recommendation.

A roll call vote was taken:

AYES                   NAYES:              EXCUSED:             ABSENT:

Greg Borgman
Randy Mackie
Jon Rolewicz
John Warner
Nick Kroes
Jerry Bever
Clara Shepherd

The motion carried.

C   e #03-14 - 267 Merrill (Garage) - Ida Mae Wilcher same address

No one          esent to represent this structure. Officer Stier state
this address is      ·tely a drug and gambling house.

Staff Recommendation: Dec
and dangerous building and forwa


staff recommendation and ad

A roll call vote was ta

AYES                                       EXCUSED              ABSENT:




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DATE:                June 30, 2003
                                                                                   ;)_oo3- £Se)     1·
TO:                  Honorable Mayor and Commissioners

FROM:                Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspection Services

RE:                  Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
                     to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case#: 00-56 Address: 1087
                     W. Grand


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
1087 W. Grand 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: #00-56 - 1087 W. Grand, Muskegon, Ml

Location and ownership: This structure is located on W. Grand between
Barclay and Franklin. It is owned by Brenda and Larry Davis.

Staff Correspondence: A dangerous building inspection was conducted on
7/20/00 because of a fire. In October 2000 the HBA tabled the case for 60 days
and the case was again tabled in January 2001. The owners have had problems
with their contractors and have filed a formal comp laint to the state. There have
been numerous progress inspections and all permits have been pulled. The
case was again brought before the HBA in February 2003 and tabled 4 months
before forwarding to commission.

Owner Contact:      There has been much contact between the owners,
contractors and Inspection staff and director.

Financial Impact:               General Funds

Budget action required :                   None

State Equalized value:                     $26,600

Estimated cost to repair:                  $30,000

Staff Recommendation: To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to
demolish.

City Commission Recommendation: The commission will consider this item at it's
meeting Tuesday, July 8, 2003.



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For The Inspection Dept.                               197531
City of Muskegon
                     FROM CITY ASSESSOR'S RECORDS

OWNER              Brenda Aubrey, PO Box 63, Muskegon, MI 49443-0063
PROPERTY           1087 W. Grand
PLATE#             00-07257
DESCRIPTION        Lot 7 and South 16 1/2 feet of Grand Avenue abutting
                   same, Block 484
              FROM RECORDS OF TRANSNATION TITLE COMPANY
LIBER:      1853
PAGE:       733
DATE OF DEED:      September 13, 1995
GRANTOR:    C. Maxine Veeder
GRANTEE:    Brenda Aubrey
LIENS OR MORTGAGES:       None
DATE:    March 31, 1997 at 8:00 AM
                                      /

ABSTRACTED BY:
                     /1       -r111
                 '-i:J@µ,f.J_, 6/;2
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                                    (/fr,;,,lf
TRANSNATION TITLErSURANCECOMP~
The above information is to be used for reference purposes only and
not to be relied upon as evidence of title and/or encumbrances.
Accordingly, said information is furnished at a reduced rate, and
the Company's liability shall in no event exceed the amount paid for
said information, should evidence of title and/or encumbrances be
desired, application for title insurance should be placed with
Transnation Title Insurance Company.
                                                                                     File Number - 197531


                      TRANSNATION TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY

                                          TAX REPORT
                          Affecting land in Muskegon County, Michigan
                                     described as follows:

       Lot 7 and the South 16 1/2 feet of Grand Avenue abutting same, Block 4B4,
       Revised Plat (of 1903) of the City of Muskegon, as recorded in Liber 3 of
       Plats, Page 71. Muskegon County Records.

Permanent Property No. 00-07257
An examination of the records for the period of fifteen years prior to the date hereof shows no Taxes or
Special Improvement Assessments unpaid, sold, subject to redemption or deeded, except as specified below.
This report includes information obtained from the records in the office of the Treasurers of Muskegon County
and of the City of Muskegon after said information has been received by the Treasurer in the form of an
assessment roll. This report also includes, but without any representation by Transnation Title Insurance
Company as to the accuracy thereof, information obtained from Village and Township Treasurers, and from
Treasurers of Cities other than the City of Muskegon, Inheritance or Estate Taxes and Federal Tax Liens, if
any, are not included in this report.


CITY OR VILLAGE TAXES
             No 1996 Summer tax.
STATE AND COUNTY TAXES
          1995 Winter tax due in the amount of $150.79. if paid by May 31, 1997.
          A partial payment in the amount of $412.83 was made.
          1996 Winter tax due in the amount of $556.87, if paid by May 31, 1997.
SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS
             None.
TAX SALES
             State Equalized Value $15,400.00.
             Taxable Value $14,392.00.
             Tax Code No. 30-25-406-004.
             NOTE:     Homestead filed.


  MEMBER OF MICHIGAN LAND TITLE ASSOCIATION AND AMERICAN LAND TITLE ASSOCIATION
Form No. M867.6
(Previous No. T814)
City of Muskegon Property Information                                                    Page I of 1


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     Owners Name               DAVIS LARRY/BRENDA
     Property Address          1087 W GRAND AVE
                               MUSKEGON MI 49441
     Owners Address            PO BOX 63
                               MUSKEGON MI 49443-0063
     Property Number           24-205-484-0007-00
     Map Number                24-30-25-406-004
     Class                     401
     Neighborhood              R12.
     Legal Desc                CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 BLK 484 LOT 7 & S 16 1/2 FT 0
                               GRAND AVE ABUTTING SAME


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                 NOTICE OF HEARING BEFORE THE CITY COMMISSION


 DATE: June 25, 2003


         1087 W. Grand

        (Address of Property)


 TO:    All owners and interested parties:

        Larry & Brenda Davis, P.O. Box 63, Muskegon, Ml 49443-0063

        None
        (Other interested parties)



On February 6, 2003 the Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals made a determination
that the subject property is sub-standard. a public nuisance and a dangerous building
under the City Code and ordered that it be repaired or demolished.

The City Commission will hold a hearing on Tuesday, July 8, 2003 to consider the
above decision of the Housing Board of Appeals. You may appear at this hearing at
5:30 p.m. on Tuesday, July 8, 2003, at the Muskegon City Hall. 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, Michigan. with counsel, if you desire. to present any relevant evidence and
arguments concerning the decision to demolish the above structures.



                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON INSPECTIONS DEPT.
                                      FO~~OUSING BOARD OF APPEALS
                                          .      )JL~J         .~
                                      By      io1.x:J:__
                                                    VJ )JAcl(,-r4tg_•
                                      Robert rGrabinski, Director of Inspections




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                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS



Date:          February 7, 2003

        To:    Larry & Brenda Davis, P.O. Box 63, Muskegon, Ml 49443-0063
               Owners Name & Address

               None
               Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties



                           ORDER TO DEMOLISH STRUCTURE

       The Housing Board of Appeals, having received evidence at a scheduled and
noticed meeting held on Thursday, February 6, 2003 does hereby order that the
following structure(s) located at 1087 W. Grand,..Muskegon, Michigan. shall be
demolished for the reason that the said structure or structures are found, based upon
the evidence before the Board of Appeals, to be dangerous, substandard and a public
nuisance.

The owners or persons interested shall apply for the required permits to demolish the
structure(s) within 30 days from the final determination to concur and demolish, if it is
made by the City Commission. Demolition shall be accomplished no later than 60 days
after a concurrence by the City Commission.

       The director of inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon City
Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the City
Commission with the decision of this board, and further to give notice to the owner and
interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall be considered by the City
Commission. This order is not final until concurred with by the City Commission.

There will be a 4 month delay in forwarding this case to the City Commission to
allow you time to complete all repairs and schedule final inspections; provided
you call within 14 days of the date of this letter to schedule an inspection on the
front of the structure.




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                     NOTICE TO OWNER AND INTERESTED PARTIES

 Please take notice that this decision of the Housing Board of Appeals will be presented
 to the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on the date and at a time to be noticed
 to you by the Director of Inspections. You are hereby notified that you will have an
 opportunity to appear before the said City Commission at that time and to present any
 and all evidence or matters relevant to the issue of demolition or repair of the said
 structures. This order of the Housing Board of Appeals is not final, but will become final
 if and when the City Commission has considered the record and this order, and has
 concurred.

         The City Commission may concur with this order, or disapprove or modify the
order.




                                             {:ti~ ilJ:.EALS
                                             Rob~rt B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                               CITY OF MUSKEGON
                  CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS

                                     NOTICE OF HEARING

 Date: January 23, 2003

Address of the Property:       1087 W. Grand


TO:     Larry & Brenda Davis, P.O. Box 63, Muskegon, Ml 49443-0063
        [Name & Address of Owner]

        None
        [Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]




Please take notice that on Thursday, February 6, 2003 , the City of Muskegon Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Ml at 5:30 o'clock
p.m., and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be
determined to be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished, or
repaired.

The reason for this hearing is to review the status of the repairs on this property.

At the hearing on Thursday, February 6, 2003 , at 5:30 o'clock p.m., at the Muskegon
City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or
ordered demolished.




                              Robert B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON

                     DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT
                                     2-5-02
                                 1087 \V. Grand
                            (INTERIOR INSPECTION)



 Inspection noted:

 l.     Frame headers to code.

7       Stairs to code·· opening.

3.      Show - design on connecting addition to home.

4.      Rebuild soffit.

5.      Show support design for back section of home on blocks.

6.      Mechanical rough in north half of house is approved.

7.      No plumbing in house.

8.     Water service and sewer need to be found and brought into building and be in
       working condition.




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
4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.




HENR'i FALT          OWSKI, BUILDING INSPECTOR                    DATE




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                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
              CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS


                         ORDER TO REPAIR OR DEMOLISH




Date of Order:        November 5, 2001

Address of the property:     1087 W. Grand

Description of the structure: Lot 7 & S 16 ½ ft. of Grand Ave abutting same Blk 484

To:    Larry & Brenda Davis, P.O. Box 63. Muskegon. Ml 49443
       (Name & Address of Owner)



       None
       (Names and Addresses of Other Interested Parties)


                             OPPORTUNITY TO REPAIR



The Housing Board of Appeals of the City of Muskegon has found that the above
structures are dangerous or substandard buildings and a public nuisance. However.
it is determined that the buildings are repairable. provided that permits are applied
for and repairs performed in a timely fashion. Therefore, it is ordered that the owner
or interested parties shall apply for all permits required and accomplish the repairs of
the conditions found in the inspection report attached to this order within 60 days 0

All said repairs shall be accomplished in the time limited by the permits issued
relevant to the said repairs. and physical repair must be commenced within the said
30 days of obtaining those permits.




                                           2
                  FAILURE TO COMPLY - DEMOLITION ORDER

                 TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CITY COMMISSION

In the event the owners or interested parties fail to apply for all permits required to
effectuate the said repairs or fail to complete physical repair within 60 days, then the
above order of the Housing Board of Appeals shall constitute an order to demolish
the said structures.

In such case, the Director of Inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon
City Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the
City Commission with the decision of this board for demolition, and further, to give
notice to the owner and interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall
be considered by the City Commission.

                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                          HOUSING BOA DO             PPEALS


                                                 rt Grabinski, Director of Inspections




                                           -''
                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON

                     DANGEROUS BUILDING INSPECTION REPORT

                                      1087 \V. Grand I O - z C\ -o )
                                 (INTERIOR INSPECTION)



 Inspection noted:

  I.     Complete fire blocking.

 2.      Floor joists upper are incomplete.

 3.      Header ceiling joists over stairs.

 4.      Foundation support needed for step footing old home to new.

 5.      Charge Orchard Hills Plumbing inspection fee. At this time we have no plumbing
         permit and existing work does not pass inspection.

 6.     No plumbing or mechanical permits. Duct, water piping, A/C Mike McKellips &
        Sons.

 7.     Called Dave Smith DPW to alert of open - water running out of 8" clay tile.

8.      Before clay tile can be plugged owner needs to have a contractor verify what the
        pipe is draining and from where.




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 SECT JON
4-23 OF THE MUSKEGON CITY CODE.




                TNOWSKI, BUILDING INSPECT R                            DATE




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                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS

                                       NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: October I 8, 2001

Address of the Property:         1087 W. Grand Ave .. Muskegon MI

Description of the Structure: Lot 7 & S 16 ½ft.of Grand Ave abutting same Blk 484


TO:     Larry & Brenda Davis. P.O. Box 63. Muskegon. MI 49443
        [Name & Address of Owner]

         one
        Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]


        Please take notice that on Thursday. November 1, 2001 , the City of Muskegon Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 TetTace. Muskegon, Ml at 5:30 o'clock p.m,
and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be determined to
be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished, or repaired.

        The reason for this hearing is that you have not complied with the Notice and Order to
Repair or Demolish a Structure issued by the City of Muskegon Building Inspection Department
011 8/18/00.


       At the hearing on Thursday, November I , 2001 , at 5:30 o'clock p.m., at the
Muskegon City Hall, 933 Te1rnce Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice present, if
you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or ordered demolished.




                                                   B. Grabinski, Fire Marshal/Inspection Services




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                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
              CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS


                           ORDER TO REPAIR OR DEMOLISH


Date of Order:                   January 8, 2001

Address of the property:         1087 W Grand Ave., Muskegon MI

Description of the structure:    Lot 7 & S 16 ½ Ft of Grand Ave abutting same Blk 484

To:     Larrv & Brenda Davis, PO Box 63, Muskegon MI 49443
        Name of o~·ner and address

        None Known
        Name of other interested panies
Cc:     Joe Watson, 3286 S Riverwood, Twin Lake MI 49457

                                OPPORTUNITY TO REPAIR


         The Housing Board of Appeals of the City of Muskegon has found that the above
structures are dangerous or substandard buildings and a public nuisance. However, it is
determined that the buildings are repairable, provided that permits are applied for and
repairs performed in a timely fashion. Therefore, it is ordered that the owner or interested
parties shall apply for all permits required to accomplish the repairs of the conditions found
in the schedule and record attached to this order within six months from the date of this
order. All repairs shall be accomplished in the time limited by the permits issued relevant to
the said repairs, ancl physical repair must be commenced within the said 30 days.




                                              2
                  FAILURE TO COMPLY - DEMOLITION ORDER

                TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE CITY COMMISSION

        In the event the owners or interested partied fail to apply for all permits required to
effectuate the said repairs or fail to commence physical repair within 30 days, then the above
order of the Housing Board of Appeals shall constitute an order to demolish the said
structures.

       In such case, the Director of Inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon
City Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the City
Conmussion with the decision of this board for demolition, and further, to give notice to the
owner and interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall be considered by the
City Comnussion.




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     :!:Jl:714-6716
     FA\,'724-U05
                                   October 16, 2000
    Clerk
    231172+-6705
    FAX1724-4178

    Comm. & i'ielgh.               Larry/Brenda Davis
       Senkes
    231/724-6717
                                   PO BOX 63
    FAX1726-2501                   Muskegon Ml 49443
    Engineering
    231/724-6707
    FAX/727-6904
                                   Re:    Dangerous Building Case # 00-58 - 1087 W Grand Ave., Muskegon Ml
    Finance
    23 J/724-671 J
                                                     MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS
    FAX/724-6768

    Fire Dept,                                               FINDING OF FACTS AND ORDER
    231/724-6792
    f A)(/724-6985

    Income Tax
    231/724-6770
                                   The following action was taken at a session of the Muskegon Housing Board of
    FAX/724-6768                   Appeals held at the Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Michigan on
    Info. Systems                  October 5, 2000. The Inspection Services Department of the City of Muskegon,
    231/724-6744                   having inspected the building structure, located upon the property described as
    FAX/722-4301
                                   Lot 7 & S. 16 ½ft.of Grand Ave abutting same Blk 484, also known as, 1087
    Leisure Sen-Ice
    231/724-6704
                                   W Grand Ave., found the conditions listed on the attached pages exist and that
    FAX/724--1196                  these conditions are hazardous as defined in Section 4-23 of the Code of
    Manager's Office
                                   Ordinances.
    231/724-67'.H
    FAX1722-1214
                                   The Board has ordered to table the case for 60 days to allow time for completion
    Mayor's Office
    231/724-6701
                                   of the repairs. The case will be reviewed at the meeting on January 4, 2001 if
    FAX/722-1214                   the repairs are not completed and inspected.
    l nspectlon Services
    2311724-6715                   Please contact the Inspection Services Dept. at (231) 724-6715 with any
    FAX1726-2501
                                   questions or concerns.
    Planning/Zoning
    231/724-6702
    FAX/724-6790                   Sincerely,


                                   JJ~+rlil~-
    Police Dept.
    231/724-6750
    F A,'\'./722-5140

    Public Works                   ~db~~rabinski
    231/724-4100
    FAX/722-4188                   Fire Marshal/Inspection Services Dept.
    Treasurer
    231/724-6720
    FAX/724-6768

    Water BIiiing Dept.
    231/724-6718
    •~7~68
-    .-:~~
    Water Filtration
    231/724-4I06
    FAX1755-5290


                                           City of Muskegon, 933 Terrace Street, P.O. Box 536, ~luskegon, ~II 49-143-0536
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                                                                                                       COjJp
 Chi! Sen·ke
 231/7::!4-67l6
 FAX/724-t.405                                          West \Uchlgan's Shoreline City
                                                                                                              ,   '
 Clerk
 231/724-6705
 FAX/7U--H78                                              CITY OF MUSKEGON
 Comm. & Neigh.
   SerY!ces
 231.'724-6717
                                                  NOTICE OF HEARING ON
 FAX/726-2501                                DANGEROUS AND UNSAFE CONDITIONS
 Engineering                                    HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS
 231/724-6707
 FAX1727-6904

 finance
 23 I/724-6 713
 FAX/724-6768         September 25, 2000
 Fire Dept.
 231/724-6792
 FAX/724-6985
                      Larry/Brenda Davis
 Income Tax           POBOX63
 231/724-6770
 FAX/724-6768         Muskegon MI 49443-0063
Info, Systems
lJl/724-6744          Dear Property Owner:
FAX/722-4301

Leisure SerYlce       SUBJECT:       Dangerous Building Case #00-58 - I 087 W Grand Ave., Muskegon MI
231/724--6704
fAXJ724-1196
                      PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a hearing before the Housing Board of Appeals for the City
:'\tanager's Office
231/724-6724          of Muskegon will be held on Thursday, October 5, 2000 at 5:30 P.M. in the Muskegon
FAX1722-1214          City Hall Commission Chambers on the first floor. Said hearing will be for the purpose of
Mayor's Office        determining whether the structure should be demo Ii shed or otherwise made safe,
231/724-6701
FAX/722-1214
                      Officials from the Inspection Services Department have inspected the structure and it is
Jnspecllon Services
231/724-6715
                      alleged that it has defects as listed on the attached page(s),
FAX/726-2501

Planning/Zoning       The defects are violations of Section 4-23 of the Muskegon City Code, which defines
231/724-6702          dangerous buildings.
FAX/724-6790

Police Dept,
231/724-6750
                      At the hearing, the Inspection Services Department will present testimony regarding the
FAX1722-5140          alleged defects. You are advised that you or your representative may cross examine the
Public Works
                      City's witnesses and you may present testimony in your own behalf and call witnesses in
231/724-4!00          your own behalf. We encourage you to attend the meeting since it is always better if
FAX/722-4188
                      someone is available to answer any questions the Board may have.
Treasurer
231/724-6720
F AX/724-6768         Inspection Services
Water Billing Dept.
                      City of Muskegon
231l724-6718
FAX/724-6768

Water Filtration
2.ll/724-4106
F A.xnSS..5290


                              City of Muskegon, 933 Terrace Street, P.O, Box 536, l\luskcgon, MI 49443-0536
    -\ffirmarlw A-:tlon
    2JJ,'.'24-670J
    FAX/71'.1-1214                                      MUSKEGON
    Assessor
    2J 11724--6708
    FAX/726-5181

    Cemerery
    231/724-6783
    FAX/726-5617

    Civil Service
    231/724-6716
    F AX/724-4405                                       West Michigan's Shoreline City
    Clerk
    23In24-6705
    FAX1724-4178                                             NOTICE AND ORDER
    Comm. & Neigh.
       Services           August 18, 2000
    231/724-6717
    FAX/726-2501

    Engineering
    231/724-6707
,   FAX/727-6904
                          Lany & Brenda Davis
    Finance
    231/724-6713
                          PO BOX 63
    FAX/724--6768         Muskegon MI 49443
    Fire Dept.
    231/724-6792          Dear Property Owner:
    FAX/724-6985

    Income Tax            Subject:       1087 W Grand Ave., Muskegon Ml
    231/724-6770
    FAX/724-6768                         Lot 7 & S 16 ½ ft of Grand Ave abutting same B lk 484
    Info. Systems
    231/724-6744          The City of Muskegon Building Official has recently inspected the subject property and has
    FAX/722-4301
                          found the buildings to be dangerous as defined under Section 4-23 of the Muskegon City
    Lelsure Service
    231/724-6704
                          Code.
    FAX1724-1196

    Manager's Office
                          As a result of this finding, you are hereby ordered to REPAIR or DEMOLISH the
    231/724-6724          structures within thirty (30) days.
    FAX/722-1214

    Mayor's Office        [fyou elect to repair the structures, you must secure all required pem1its and physically
    231/724-6701
    FAX./722-1214         commence the work within thirty (30) days from the date of this order.
    Inspection Sen:lces
    231/724-6715          Should you have any questions concerning this matter, please do not hesitate to contact our
    FAX1726-2501
                          Building Official, Jerry McIntyre at 724-6715.
    Planning/Zoning
    231/724-6702
    FAX/724-6790          Sincerely yours,
    Polite Dept.
    231/724-6750
    FAX/722-5140

    Public Works          R bert B. Grabinski
    231/724-4100
    FAX/722-4188          Fire Marshal/Inspection Services
    Treasurer
    13In24-6720
    F AX/724-6768

    Water BIIUng Dept.
    231/724-6718
    FAX/724-6768

    Water FIitration
    231/724-4106
    FAX/755-5290


                              City of Muskegon, 933 Terrace Street, P.O. Box 536, '1uskegon, l\11 49443-0536
                                                               Lily OT Muskegon
I Dated /f/ -c3 I                                             933Terrace St. P.O. Box 536
                                                              Muskegon, Ml 49443-0536
                                                                                                                                            PermH #


                                                                   (231 )724-6758
 I JOB LOCATION
 Job Address
  \C'>s',          l \ ·, __ (.:.___   IC\,,,/                                       Has a building permit been issued for this project?
                                                                                         YES    n      NO          nNOT REQUIRED                      n
 Ntme of Owner/Agent        h ·,,. f \7irtJ O,         f)n \) -, >                   Owner Address
                                                                                                                                                     ~
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 II. CONTRACTOR /HOMEOWNER INFORMATION                                        7   ..:}... d-- - '-\ g-'-l ·7
                                                                                                               \ - 0.           PJe x: r"                     L\ q \.\ LL3
 ~ Contractor
   Homeowner
                    I   Name                                                                          License Number                             ExplratlOn Date

 Address(Street & Name)                                          IClty                                State
                                                                                                                    Ml                           Zip Code

 Telephone Number           Federal employer JD Number (or reason for exemption)                      MESC Employer Number (or reason for exemptf-On}
 (    \                           I
 Workers Compensation Insurance Carrier (or reason for exemption}                                     Contractor Information              rr-gbcrrNI. ldrk    tb,   Chy     of
                                                                                                      Mushgon      YES              D                 NO      D
 Ill. TYPE OF JOB
 Class of work (check all Iha! apply)
                               D
       NEW BUILDING                                  ADDITION                 D               ALTERATION                 D                        REPAIR
                                                                                                                                                                    •
       RESIDENTIAL
 Description of work
                                                     COMMERCIAL               D              INDUSTRIAL                  D                        OTHER

                                        J-,1
 IV. FE E SC HEDU LE - Enter the number of .items beina mstalle d.                   ultiply by !he uni! price for the tolal fee
                                FEE    #ITEMS        TOTAL                                                                          FEE              #ITEMS         TOTAL
 Base Fee INon-refu.ndablel              S35.09           )       ·,1,~
                                                                                           Air Ilaadlers/Hut \\'httls
 Huttn2                                                                                    Undn Hl,lff CFM                           S20.00
 Resldentbl (includes duct &
 oioin11)
 Gu/OU ba.ral • & Nt•lpmnt Ne,
                                         S58.00
                                                                  so                       Over Hl,000 CFM
                                                                                           Commercial Hoods
                                                                                           But Recovery U• la or Thru-
                                                                                                                                     S,8.00
                                                                                                                                     S15.00
                                         SJ0.00                   ,-::, ri.                                                          Sl0.00
 and/or conversion or reolacement                                                          thr-w • II ru coils
 Water Beater.                           Sl0.00                    110                     UnltVentJlaton:                           SI0.00
 Flne/vr-at D • moen                      SS.00                                            Unit HHters Hermhlal 1111.lu)             SI5,00
 Solld fuel eqalpmnt complete            SJG.H                                             Bat.k & KJtchen Ed • ad                       S5.IM
 Gu Fire Pl.aces                         S20.00                                            Duct S.18 per     rt.   Min $25.00        S.10 ft
 Chimney, Factory Built                                                                    Plplag lndudH proctu,lleating,
 llnslalled SenarateM                    S25.0G
                                                                                           boiler • ncl refrfger•tion Unes          S.05    rt
 Rut Pump(residenti.al                                                                         S.05 oer ft. Min $25.00
                                         SJ0.00
 llut Pumps(commerciaL Pipe not
                                                                                           Resl1unnt Hood                            $15.00
                                         S30.&0
 included                                                                                 Gu Piping
                                                                                                                                    S20,00
 Boller                                                                                   Testing for new stnkc
                                         S3-0.00
                                                                                          Gu Piping (ueh opealng)
                                                                                               (new insttlla1io11)                    SS.00
 Humidifier                              S10.00
                                                                                          Fire S uppression/P rotecllon
 Air condillonin2 & Refrieeration                                                                                                   S.75 e.a
                                                                                          Sprinkler S.75 ea~b Min S25.00
 Re-sldentlal A/C                        S30.00                                            lnsp«tlons {additloaal            .,
 Evapor • tor CoU1                       SJ0.00                                            rciMpedion or final)                     SJS.00
                                                                                                                                                                   3     C'.,
 Rdri&eratioa (Split systems)            S30.oe                                           Sped.al/Safety ln!pectlon                 SS0.00
 Chiller                                 S30.0e                                           lotpcction to turn on gu
                                                                                          (Flat fee)                                $25.00
 Cooling Towers                          SJo.oe                                           Hourly Rate                               SS0.00

 Comprenor                                                                                Plan Revirw Fee                            1s-;.

 Rooftop Htg/AC Combo                    ......
                                         S30.00                                           Other

                                                                                          Rrc            I   App. By               Total Fee          Ip CoO
 V. HOMEOW!'iER AFFIDAVIT
                                                                                                                             I                        I l
 I hearb)' certify thr mechukal work de-tcrlbN1 ou 011 permit applkatfoD. s)ull be Install~ by myielf ln my own home which I am llvine or am •boat t 1
 oceapy. AU work shall be Installed In accordance with the meehanlc•l cO      '75)                      oower
                                                                                                                                          .1,25.00

Signs (units)                          S: I0.00                                                     Plan Review Fee                       25%
Signs (letter)                         S:15.00                                                      Other

Sign~ (Neon - Each 25 fl)

•·f.'eders -Bus ducts per 50 0)
                                         S:2.00

                                         $9.00
                                                                                                                                   ITOTAL FEES                 1.2 7. oo
                                                                                                                                                                    '   -
                                                                                                                                                                    I f".::i . - _,,}
Mobile home park site

Recrealional vehicle park site
                                         $9.00
                                         S8.00
                                                                                                l~DBY                        APPROVED FOR ISSUE BY
                                                                                                                                                              I     3   S' ' '-':7
                                                                                                              l
V. HOMEOWNER AFFIDAVIT
I hcarby certify the electrical work described on this permit application shall be installed by myself in my own home wh.ich [am.living or am abClut to occupy. All
work shall be installed in accordance wilh the electrical code and shall not be enclosed, covered up, or put into operation until it has been inspc:cte4 and approved
by the Electrical Inspector. I will cooperate with the electrical inspector and assume responsibility lo arrange all nec~sary inspecti,ons.
YL APPLICANT SIGNATURE
Section 2Ja or the state ,·,,11~r1·11,·1i,,1, ,·,,,f1• acl of 1972, 1972 PA 230, MCL 125.1523a, prohibits a person from conspiring lo circuniVent U,e: licen1inf:
requirements or this slate relating fo persons who are to perform work on a residential building or a residential structure. Viol at on or mction 23a are
subjected to ci"\'il fines."
Signature of Licensee or Homeowncr(Homeowncr                                                                                            Date .,1  / C.1
signature indicates compliance with Section V)            /I                                                                                 e,<-    /-·~
                                                                                                                                                                              E3/02
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                                                            933Terraoe St. P.O. Box 536
                                                             Muskegon, Ml 49443-0536
                                                                 (231)724-6758




TelephoneNl.lnl>er
(    )
Wodun ~ - • lnanancecanter (or,_, lor-11plo11)                                                           ~ialilnnolionreginen,dwid,llleCilyofMmbpi
                                                                                                           Yl!S       •    NO                        D
IR. TYPE Of JOB
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       NEW llllllllllG

                                D
                                                     .ADDITION
                                                     co.
                                                                         •n                    ALTERATION                                            REPAIR
                                                                                                                                                                 •
 RE8IDElfflAL
~ol-
                                                               Rc:W.                   D      INIIUSTRIAL                                            ontER       D
                 rn:s...-tci.!I L,sh+                       Fi X f-u r-e5 + Ch.ct( ci:5                                                                                    ',
IV. FEE SCHEDULE - Enter the number of ll8ms be""' inslaled. Mufliply by the unit price for the total fee.
                                      Fl!I!      lll1!MS        TOTAL                                                                       Fl!I!    fll1!MS     TOTAL
Bae Fee (NOllffllDdablc)             $3S.OO                      .35                       KVA&BPeadiaptoZt                                 $9.00




                                                                                           -...........-
Senk,,Sllbpud,dlu&eof
----tn21t•---                        $15.00                                                KVA&BPeadi2I to50                                SIS.OD
O....ffl ..............              $20.00                                                KVA&BPeadi2l tt50                                $18.00
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                                     $23.00                                                                                                 $75.00
Onr IN . . , ..... Utt lllllp        $30.00                                                lllrealualllo:ltdmca                             100.00
o..r uoo Amp en o.i,
                                                                                           I!....,,
                                     SS0.00
Clttulb each                         SS.00         to            so                        c ..   1n11
                                                                                                         T-penlate                    ...    SB.OD

                                                                                                                                            S4S.OO
Liplhl&f1nvaper2S                    $9.00                         '-1                     c..dllltorc,ea..... Ollly                        $4S.OO
Dlslnrulttt                          $8.00                                                ~-llC,-~:,,,. 1K                                  US.OD
Ek
 INSPECTOR: ldentif)· each item the consumer has listed on the Statement of Complaint (i.e. I, 2, 3), inspect the building project and ocume if the items are workmanship
 or code violations. If they are not workmanship or c0de violations. check the box marked "No Violation." You may be aJkedto teJtijj> to your atements at an admi11istrath1e
 hearing if the Department pursues aformal compfai11t against tfte builder or mailltena11ce and alteratio11 contractor Attach additional sheets if necessary
    Enter items identified in the Statement of Complaint. Indicate the nature of the complaint, location and                                Work-                Section Number of                    Code Used: State,            No
                          whl'thcr ii is a workmanship or code violation, or no violation.                                                  manship               Code Violation                       UDC, BOCA or             Violation
                                                                                                                                 "-
                                                                                                                                             ( ) ....                                                  CABO& year                  ....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ( )

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16. Have you contacted the above named person or company in writing about your complaint?                                                               •    Yes                 R       No
     lfyes, what was the result?,_ _:hc.._.,...1i..ii~J_,__:_½,:=,..)'-'__,-,___\_,_'\,.;CwH..Li-')_::•--e"'--~-'A""_."'o-'w;\+l.='-PC;V,;c,.2_ _::Mc.u.:0-!!-1=1cn"",.______;;'->;c._.!'_,;_ _ _ __
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17. What do you want the person or company named above to do to resolve the complain_t?__,(-'""''-+I' --"''~"'---'-c~·:""u,"--'2--'' -'-'-' -'-c'-' '-'---"---=/---
                                                                                                                                                    1
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18_ Did you tile a claim with any other agency, or start civil or criminal action?                                                                  ,J,(     Yes                 •       No
     If yes, where?                                   S                         '      0                                  Case Number
                                                                                                                                                -----------------
     What is the current status of that claim?,_--'--~'-"".:;;,._~-~~::x:s._.:::_~-\-..IQSob''------------------


19. Identify financial losses, if any (Itemize on a separate sheet of paper):

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   Pagr 2 or 2

   20. DETAILS OF YOUR COMPLAINT. Briefly explain your complaint. Itemize your concerns numerically (I, 2, 3, etc.). Attach
   additional sheets, if necessary, to clearly document the violations you believe have occurred.


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 21. Attach copies of the following documents to support your{omplaint. Include any claim, policy, contract or other pertinent information.
 Failure to do so will cause unnecessary delays. Check below which documents you have enclosed.

  ,z(Building Contract                                        •  Building Inspection Report. This is                           ~ame, Address and Phone Number of
                                                              required to verity workmanship problems                           Attorney              ·
   ,P("Contract for Services                                   Q'....AII changes and amendments to the                           ~nceled checks, Receipts • Please
                                                             /cOTltract                                                          copy both sides of check to show
                                                                                                                                 endorsement by payee.

 You may be asked to provide other documents at a later date to support your complaint (i.e. photos, closing statement, plans, etc.). Do Not
 Send At This Time. However, you may want to save these, in case they are needed in the future.

   I give my permission for the release of all relevant information and records to the Department of Consumer & Industry Services for its
   use in the review ofmy complaint.                                                                            ~-,.,-
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This fonn is authorized by PA 368 of I978, PA 299 of 1980, PA 251 of 1968, PA 199 of 1962, PA
225 of 1966, PA 295 of 1972, PA 255 of 1986, PA 132 of 1982, PA 87 of 1855, and PA 12 of 1869,
each as amended. ft is designed lo assist you in outlining a complaint completely and concisely, but
there is no penalty for failing to submit it.           ·
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     Owners Name                 STATE OF MICHIGAN
     Property Address 723 AMITY AVE
                                 MUSKEGON MI 49442
     Owners Address              430 WEST ALLEGAN FIRST FLOOR
                                 LANSING MI 48922
     Property Number 24-205-051-0004-00

     Map Number                  24-31-20-479-021
     Class                       704
     Neighborhood                R01.
     Legal Desc                  CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 44 FT OF N 165 FT OF LOT 4
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• For The Inspection Department                                                            File #: 423266
  City of Muskegon



                                FROM CITY ASSESSOR'S RECORDS


  OWNER:                           Lisa brandel

  PROPERTY:                        723 Amity

  PARCELNO:                        24-205-051-0004-00

  DESCRIPTION:                     W 44 feet of North 165 feet of Lot 4 Blk 51


                        FROM RECORDS OF TRANSNATION TITLE


  LIBER:                          2301

  PAGE:                            765

  DATE OF DEED:                               October 4, 1999

  GRANTOR NAME & ADDRESS: Edward Virgil Brandel; 236 W. Southern
  Ave., Muskegon, MI 49441

  GRANTEE NAME & ADDRESS:                                Lisa Leona Brandel; 1924 Maryland St.,
  Muskegon,Mi49441

  LIENS OR MORTGAGES: 1962/478 Mortgage; 2191/971
                                               ,· Assignment of
  Mortgage

  TODAY'S DATE:                   November 25, 2002

  EFFECTIVE DAT                              October 14, 2002 at 8:00 AM
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                       TRANSNATION TITLE INSURANCE COMPANY
 The above infom1ation is to be used for reference purposes only and not to be relied upon as evidence of title and/or
 encumbrances. Accordingly, said information is furnished at a reduced rate, and the Company's liability shall in no event
 exceed the amount paid for said infonnation, should evidence of title and/or encumbrances be desired, application for title
 insurance should be placed with Transnation Title Insurance Company.
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                                                          QUIT CIAIM DEED

                 The Grantor, Edward Virgil Brandel, husband of Lisa Leona Brandel, whose
                 address Is: 236 W. Southern Ave., Muskegon, Ml 49441

                 QUIT CIA/MS TO:

                 Llsa Leona Brandel, individually, whose address is:              I 924 Maryland St.,
                 Muskegon, Ml 49441

                 the following described premises situated in the City of Muskegon, County of
                 Muskegon and State of Michigan, viz:
                                       111EWIBT 44FEET OF THE NORTH 165 FEET OF LOT4,
                                       BLOCK 51, REVISED PIAT (OF 1903) OF THE CITY OF
                                       MUSKEGON, AS RECORDED IN UBER 3 01' PIATS
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                 For the Sum of:           $1.00.

                 this Deed is exempt from taxation pursuant to MCLA 207.505, Sec 5: MSA
                 7.456(5)(1) and MCL 207,526 Section 6(i).

                 subject to Easement, Use, Building and other restrictions of record, if any,
                 If the land being conveyed is unplatted, the following is deemed to be included:
                 "This property may be located within the vicinity of farmland or a farm
                 operation. Generally accepted agricultural and management practices which
                 may generate noise, dust, odors1 and other associated conditions may be used
                 and are protected by the Michigan right to farm act. 11

                    Dated this 4th day of           October       A.O., 1999.


                 SIGNED 1'THE PRESb"NCE OF:                                     SIGNED BY:



                    Wanda Shannon
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                                     By_~---------------
                                     Robert El. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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HEARING.DOC
                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
         CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING (BUILDING) BOARD OF APPEALS



Date:          March 7, 2003

        To:    Lisa Brandel, 1924 Maryland, Muskegon, Ml 49441
               Owners Name & Address

               IMC Mortgage Co, 5901 E. Fowler, Tampa, FL 33617
               Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties




                           ORDER TO DEMOLISH STRUCTURE

       The Housing Board of Appeals, having received evidence at a scheduled and
noticed meeting held on Thursday, March 6, 2003 does hereby order that the following
structure(s) located at 723 Amity, Muskegon, Michigan, shall be demolished for the
reason that the said structure or structures are found, based upon the evidence before
the Board of Appeals, to be dangerous, substandard and a public nuisance.

The owners or persons interested shall apply for the required permits to demolish the
structure(s) within 30 days from the final determination to concur and demolish, if it is
made by the City Commission. Demolition shall be accomplished no later than 60 days
after a concurrence by the City Commission.

       The director of inspections is ordered to place before the Muskegon City
Commission this order and the record in this case to seek concurrence by the City
Commission with the decision of this board, and further to give notice to the owner and
interested parties of the date and time when this matter shall be considered by the City
Commission. This order is not final until concurred with by the City Commission.




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                    NOTICE TO OWNER AND INTERESTED PARTIES

Please take notice that this decision of the Housing Board of Appeals will be presented
to the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on the date and at a time to be noticed
to you by the Director of Inspections. You are hereby notified that you will have an
opportunity to appear before the said City Commission at that time and to present any
and all evidence or matters relevant to the issue of demolition or repair of the said
structures. This order of the Housing Board of Appeals is not final, but will become final
if and when the City Commission has considered the record and this order, and has
concurred.

         The City Commission may concur with this order, or disapprove or modify the
order.




                                            RobJrt B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                             CITY OF MUSKEGON
                CITY OF MUSKEGON HOUSING BOARD OF APPEALS

                                   NOTICE OF HEARING

Date: February 21, 2003

Address of the Property:     723 Amity

TO:   Lisa Brandel, 1924 Maryland, Muskegon, Ml 49441
      [Name & Address of Owner]

      IMC Mortgage Co. 5901 E. Fowler, Tampa, FL 33617
      [Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]




Please take notice that on Thursday, March 6, 2003 , the City of Muskegon Housing
Board of Appeals will hold a hearing at 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Ml at 5:30 o'clock
p.m., and at the said hearing consider whether or not the following structure should be
determined to be dangerous, substandard and a nuisance, and demolished, or
repaired.

The reason for this hearing is that you have not complied with the Notice and Order to
Repair or Demolish issued 1/8/03.

At the hearing on Thursday, March 6, 2003, at 5:30 o'clock p.m., at the Muskegon City
Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, you may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire, to show cause why the structure should not be allowed or
ordered demolished.


                             CIT~~~~Ei~N IN~ J"~;:pN DEPARTMENT,
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                             ON B E H b , U ~ ~ ~ ? F APPEALS
                             By       11...
                             Robert   f3.   Grabinski, Director of Inspections




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                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON

      NOTICE AND ORDER TO REPAIR OR REMOVE (DEMOLISH) A STRUCTURE

DATE:         January 8, 2003

Address of the Property:    723 Amity



TO:     Lisa Brandel, 1924 Maryland, Muskegon, Ml 49441
        [Name & Address of Owner]

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        Names & Addresses of Other Interested Parties]



        The Building Inspection Department of the City of Muskegon has determined that
the structures above described are dangerous, substandard, and constitute a nuisance
in violation of the Dangerous Buildings Ordinance of the City.

       You are hereby notified that the City will proceed to demolish or cause the
demolition and removal of the said structure unless you accomplish the actions
indicated below within the time limits indicated (only one to be checked):

        1. ~X_ _ _ Obtain the issuance of all permits required to accomplish the repair
                   of the structure defects listed in the attached schedule within
                   30 days of this notice. All repairs shall be accomplished within the
                   times set forth in the permits. All work must be physically
                   commenced within 30 days of the date of this notice.

        2. _ __      Obtain the issuance of the appropriate permit for the demolition of
                     structures within 30 days, and accomplish the demolition thereof
                     within 60 days of this notice.



      The conditions which cause the said structures to be dangerous, substandard
and a nuisance are listed in the attached schedule.
                                 FAILURE TO COMPLY

       After 30 days from mailing this notice, if you have not complied with this notice, a
hearing will be scheduled before the City of Muskegon Housing Board of Appeals for
the purpose of enforcing this notice and order and instituting City action to remove the
structure. You will receive notice of that hearing. You may appear and present any
relevant evidence to the Housing Board of Appeals and have counsel of your choice
present, if you desire. You will have the opportunity to show cause why the structure
shall not be ordered demolished.


                             SCHEDULE OF CONDITIONS

       The following conditions are present at the structure at 723 Amity, Muskegon,
Michigan, and cause said structure to be a dangerous or substandard building and a
public nuisance.

      Please see the attached inspection report



                                   qa~~'.ARTMENT
                                   Robeft B. Grabinski, Director of Inspections
 January 8, 2003

 Celena Levelston, Occupant
 723 Amity
 Muskegon, Ml 49442

 Lisa L. Brandel, Owner
 1924 Maryland
 Muskegon, Ml 49441

 RE:    Dangerous Conditions at 723 Amity

 Dear Owner & Occupant:

 I have reviewed the inspection reports for 723 Amity, which was inspected on
 January 7, 2003. This interior inspection was conducted as part of the
 dangerous building process.

 Of high importance is the probable catastrophic failure of the electrical system. It
 is likely that this system will fail in the very near future resulting in a fire. This fire
 could well result in injury and/or death to the occupants. This is compounded by
 the lack of working smoke detectors within the structure.

 For these reasons stated above this office is demanding the immediate
 evacuation of the structure located at 723 Amity.

 This office will contact Consumers Energy to have the electrical system
 disconnected on January 9, 2003. Once vacated the owner will be responsible
 for making all necessary repairs.

 This office can make calls to various social agencies, if requested, in an effort to
 assist in relocation. Please contact our office at 724-6715 if this assistance is
 desired.



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