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      CITY OF MUSKEGON
        CITY COMMISSION MEETING
         JANUARY 26, 2021 @ 5:30 P.M.
     MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS
    933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, MI 49440
                REMOTE MEETING


                                 AGENDA

□      CALL TO ORDER:
□      ROLL CALL:
□      HONORS/AWARDS/PRESENTATIONS:
□      PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:
□      CONSENT AGENDA:
    A. Approval of Minutes     City Clerk
    B. Deficit Elimination Plan – Public Improvement Fund         Finance
    C. Deficit Elimination Plan – Sewer Fund Finance
    D. Sale – 275 Mason Avenue       City Manager
    E. Annex Lease Extension – Mercy Health             City Manager
    F. Environmental Work – Former Farmers Market Site City Manager
    G. Management Agreement – Watermark                 City Manager
    H. City Hall Building HVAC Controls       Public Works
    I. Social District Permit Recommendation            Economic Development
□      PUBLIC HEARINGS:
□      UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
    A. Amendment to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District – 965 W Western,
       920 Washington Ave, and 1330 Division St Planning – 2nd Reading
    B. Amendment to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District – 420 Harvey
       Street (2) Planning – 2nd Reading
    C. Housing Commission Ordinance Amendment                Development Services –
       2nd Reading

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□      NEW BUSINESS:
    A. Amendment to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District – 885 E Apple
       Avenue   Planning
    B. Harris Option – Ovals              City Manager – REMOVED PER STAFF REQUEST
    C. Community Relations Committee – Planning Commission Appointment
       City Clerk
□      ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
□      PUBLIC COMMENT:
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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021          Title: Approval of Minutes

Submitted By: Ann Marie Meisch, MMC                Department: City Clerk

Brief Summary: To approve the minutes of the January 11, 2021 Worksession and January 12,
2021 Regular City Commission Meetings.




Detailed Summary: N/A




Amount Requested: N/A                            Amount Budgeted: N/A

Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A                       Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A

Recommended Motion: To approve the minutes.




For City Clerk Use Only:


Commission Action:
     CITY OF MUSKEGON
       CITY COMMISSION MEETING
          JANAURY 12, 2021 @ 5:30 P.M.
   MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS
  933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, MI 49440
              REMOTE MEETING


                               MINUTES

The Regular Commission Meeting of the City of Muskegon was held
electronically with the Vice Mayor and Commissioners participating via Zoom –
a remote conferencing service, Clerk staff present at 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, MI at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, December 8, 2020.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGUAR COMMISSION MEETING:
Present:     Vice Mayor Eric Hood (Muskegon, MI) Commissioners Ken Johnson
(Muskegon, MI), Dan Rinsema-Sybenga (Muskegon, MI), Willie German, Jr.
(Muskegon, MI), Teresa Emory (Muskegon, MI), and Michael Ramsey (Muskegon,
MI-arrived at 6:35 p.m.), City Manager Frank Peterson, City Attorney John
Schrier, and City Clerk Ann Meisch.
Absent:    Mayor Stephen J. Gawron
2021-02    HONORS/AWARDS/PRESENTATIONS:
  A. Lead Grant Summary      Community & Neighborhood Services
Sharonda Carson, Community Development Specialist in the Community &
Neighborhood Services Department, provided a summary of the Lead Safe
Muskegon Program and the $880,000 grant awarded for services in the County
of Muskegon. Approximately $730,000 has been spent to remediate 26 homes to
date, with the average remediation cost being around $30,000.
PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:         Public comments were received.
2021-03    CONSENT AGENDA:
  A. Approval of Minutes     City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the December 7, 2020
Worksession and December 8, 2020 Regular City Commission Meetings.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To approve the minutes.


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   C. Western Market Rent      City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The DMDC has indicated now that the Renaissance
period has ended, they need to charge rent to cover the taxes and insurance
on the property where Western Market currently sits. The tax bill for the property
taxes last year were approximately $8,150. The DMDC has indicated they would
like to charge the City $5,000 per year beginning with 2019. They have invoiced
the City $10,000 for 2019 and 2020.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $10,000      AMOUNT BUDGETED:           $0
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         General Fund
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize staff to pay 2019 and 2020 rent in the
amount of $10,000 and the annual fee of $5,000 going forward beginning 2021.
   D. Electricity Upgrade at Western Market         City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Our electrician has indicated that we need to upgrade
our power at the chalets to accommodate vendor needs. We have received a
quote to install a new 100 amp weather proof service. The power source is
approximately 300 feet away that the condo association behind the chalets is
allowing us to continue to use.
The power that was originally installed was not intended to support heaters and
air conditioners. We quickly learned it was necessary to allow both depending
on the season but we are using more power than the system was designed for.
We also have business interested in joining us in 2021 and, if approved by the
committee, they need additional power beyond the two outlets currently
offered. With this proposal, we could accommodate a business with this need
now and in the future.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $6,500             AMOUNT BUDGETED:          $0
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         General Fund
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To authorize the City Clerk to hire Lakeshore
Electric to upgrade the electricity at Western Market for a cost of $6,500.
   E. Special Event Fees       City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting those events held in 2019 ONLY be
allowed a 50 % discount up to the amount of their 2019 invoice for DPW
Services, to waive their application fee this year, and allow the City Manager
and Public Safety Director to evaluate policing services actually provided after
each event and determine if a discount may be given. This waiver/reduction of
fees does not apply to new events or events that did not take place in 2019 or
events that are not paid up-to-date with previous events.

The City recognizes that our established events in Muskegon have been seriously
impacted this past year and some may not be back. Several staff members met

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with many leaders of such events to listen to their needs. Staff then met to
develop ideas how we may assist understanding staff is also running with less
resources. Staff’s recommendation is to allow a 50% discount for DPW services
(ex. If the invoice for 2019 services was $4,000, the discount can be as much as
$2,000. If their 2021 invoice is $5,000, they receive a $2,000 discount). Police
Department services are different because they are actual costs that the City
does incur. The Public Safety Director has indicated he is willing to evaluate the
services needed, if the even had a well thought out plan for safety that was
implemented and followed the guidelines set by the police department. Larger
events are required to have a meeting with staff to cover such details. These
changes are only suggested for 2021.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To authorize staff to reduce 2021 fees for DPW
services for special events up to 50% based on the fees billed in 2019, to waive
the application fee, and allow the City Manager and Public Safety Director to
evaluate each event after it has occurred and determine a discount. Any
discounts/waiver of fees apply only to events held in 2019 who wish to continue
in 2021.

   F. Non-Union PT and LT Wage Matrix       EEO & Employee Relations
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The 2021 wage matrix will not have any changes this
year other than the change to the minimum wage.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Approve the minimum wage change to the non-
union part time limited term wage matrix for 2021.
   G. Extension of Temporary Employment Services Agreement            EEO &
      Employment Relations
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve a one-year contract extension with
GoodTemps Temporary Staffing Services, Inc. for temporary and seasonal
employment services. The current agreement expired on December 31, 2020.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve the agreement with GoodTemps
Temporary Staffing Services, Inc. and authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign
the agreement extension.
   I. Transmittal of 06/30/2020 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report
      Finance
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City’s June 30, 2020 Comprehensive Annual
Financial Report (CAFR) will be distributed to the City Commissioners via email
and hard copy. The CAFR will also be available on the City’s website. The CAFR
includes the annual independent auditor’s report as required by state law. At
this time the CAFR is being formally transmitted to the City Commission. The
CAFR has been prepared in accordance with all current Governmental


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Accounting Standards Board (GASB) pronouncements and also includes the
single audit of federal grants received by the City.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To accept the June 30, 2020 CAFR and authorize
staff to transmit the CAFR to appropriate federal, state, and private agencies.

   J. Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Certificate – Chart House Energy – name
      change to Chart House Energy Opportunity Fund, LLC Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to amend the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation
Certificate at 825 W. Western Avenue for Chart House Energy to recognize their
name change to Chart House Energy Opportunity Fund, LLC.
The Certificate was issued for 10 years on October 23, 2018. The original
resolution states that “the applicant shall have twenty-four (24) months to
complete the rehabilitation. It shall be completed by October 23, 2020, or two
years after the Certificate is issued, whichever occurs later.” The Certificate has
not been issued by the State yet because of ownership/title issues, which have
not been cleared. The State of Michigan will process the application and issue
the certificate once the local unit of government provides and amended
resolution. The applicant is now proposing to commence construction
immediately and finish by October 1, 2021. The Certificate would expire on its
originally planned date of December 31, 2028.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve the request to amend the Obsolete
Property Rehabilitation Certificate at 825 W Western Avenue for Chart House
Energy to recognize their name change to Chart House Energy Opportunity
Fund, LLC.
   K. Alley Vacation – Art Museum      Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to vacate a portion of the alley between Clay
Street and Webster Avenue between 2nd Street and 3rd Street by the Muskegon
Museum of Art. The Planning Commission unanimously recommended vacation
of the alley as requested.
STAFF RECOMMENDTION:          To approve the request to vacate a portion of
the alley between Clay Street and Webster Avenue between 2nd Street and 3rd
Street, by the Muskegon Museum of Art.
   L. Sale – 219 Merrill Avenue        City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned
home at 219 Merrill to Vontrese Clanton. The City constructed this house as part
of the phase two of our infill housing program. Our contract to construct the
home was $197,464. We also anticipated $11,844 in sales commissions. The
accepted purchase price is $185,000, and the incurred sales commissions are
$11,100. The City will also contribute $5,500 toward closing costs. Note: In

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November, the City Commission authorized a sale to another buyer at a
$190,000 purchase price with a similar commitment toward closing costs, but
that buyer chose not to complete the transaction.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale
of 219 Merrill Avenue, as described in the purchase agreement.
   M. Sale – 275 Mason Avenue           City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned
home at 275 Mason to Alex Riensma. The City constructed the house as part of
the phase two of our infill housing program. Our contract to construct the home
was $197,464. We also anticipated $11,844 in sales commissions. The accepted
purchase rice is $180,000, and the incurred sales commissions are $10,800. The
City will not contribute funds toward closing costs.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale
of 275 Mason Avenue, as described in the purchase agreement.
   N. Sale – 346 Mason Avenue           City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned
home at 346 Mason to Christopher and Morgan Lawson. The City constructed
this house as part of the phase two of our infill housing program. Our contract to
construct the home was $197,464. We also anticipated $11,844 in sales
commissions. The accepted purchase price is $179,900, and the incurred sales
commissions are $10,800. The City will not contribute toward closing costs.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale
of 346 Mason Avenue, as described in the purchase agreement.
   P. Marshall Street Elevated Tank Painting          Public Works – Filtration
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to contract with Dixon
Engineering for professional services related to painting and repairing the
Marshall Street elevated tank.
Staff has worked with Dixon Engineering on a proposal for professional services
to oversee the design, bidding, construction, and post-construction phases of
the Marshall Street elevated tank project. Dixon engineering has extensive
knowledge of the city’s elevated water tanks and has managed many of our
past elevated tank projects and inspections.
Located in the Jackson Hill neighborhood, the Marshall Street tank is highly
visible from the Moses J. Jones Parkway. The exterior tank coating continues to
chalk, fade, and lose its gloss. More importantly, the exterior and interior
coatings are beyond their expected lifetimes, and a 2019 inspection found
coating deterioration with spot failures and topcoat delamination.
The largest part of this project will include repairs to the interior coating of the
tank and a complete overcoat of the tank exterior. Additionally, the cathodic

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protection system that prevents corrosion of the tank has failed and needs to be
repaired. Other minor modifications will take place on the tank to bring it into
compliance with safety standards and drinking water regulations.
Dixon engineering will prepare design plans for the project and assist the city in
soliciting bids from contractors to perform the work. Bids for the contractors will
be brought back to the commission for consideration after they are received.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $49,750       AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $325,000
FUND OUR ACCOUNT:         591-92035
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            Authorize staff to contract with Dixon Engineering
in the amount of $49,750 for professional services to oversee the painting and
repairs of the Marshall Street elevation tank.
   R. Police Cruiser Replacement        Equipment
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Equipment Division is requesting permission to
purchase three Chevy Tahoes from Berger Chevrolet, the State Mi-Deal contract
holder. The price of this vehicle is $38,836.00 each for a total price of $116,508.00
coming from the Equipment budget.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $116,508.00        AMOUNT BUDGETED:           $120,000.00
FUND OR ACCOUNT:          Equipment
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Authorize staff to move forward with purchase.
   T. Paid Parking Policy – Development Services          Development Services
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff are seeking approval of a policy to formalize paid
parking within the city.
At the request of the City Manager, the Parking Committee has developed a
Paid Parking Policy based on a review of the implementation, operation, and
enforcement of the first summer of paid parking at our beaches. This policy
addresses paid parking at the city owned beaches and launches and
standardizes practices for selling and distributing passes, communicating with
the public, and enforcement. The committee includes representatives from
Public Safety, Public Works, Finance, and Development Services.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve the Paid Parking Policy.
   V. Sale – 352 Mason Avenue           City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned
home at 352 Mason to Ian McDowell. The city constructed this house as part of
the phase two of our infill housing program. Our contract to construct the home
was $197,464. We also anticipated $11,844 in sales commissions. The accepted
purchase price is $189,000, and the incurred sales commissions are $11,394. The
City will not contribute funds toward closing costs.


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STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale
of 352 Mason Avenue, as described in the purchase agreement.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson,
to approve the consent agenda as presented, minus items B, H, O, Q, S, U, and
W.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Emory, Johnson, Hood, German, and Rinsema-Sybenga
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-04      ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA:
   B. FY2020-21 Sewer Rate Adjustment        Finance
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: As the FY2019-20 Comprehensive Annual Financial
Report was finalized it became evident that the Sewer Fund was in a $3.5 Million
deficit. This deficit will require an immediate rate increase of 20% effective
January 1, 2021.

In FY 2018-19 the Sewer fund had a $979,425 operating loss and in FY2019-20 had
an operating loss of $1,435,021. These losses were directly related to the high
water level and infiltration into our system and have created a deficit of
$3,595,965 in the Sewer Fund.

During the calendar year 2019 the City billed about 1.7 million units of sewage
usage which equals 1,271,600,000 gallons, in the same period the county
treated and billed us for 2,090,510,000 gallons. This means we are paying to treat
1.64 gallons for every gallon we bill. From FY2018-19 to FY2019-20 our costs to the
County for treatment increased 19.5% however during the same period of time
our revenues increased only 2.2%

The sewer rate has increased by 5% in each of the last two fiscal years and as
you recall staff had proposed an 8% increase for the current fiscal year however
the Commission only approved a 5% increase. At this time staff is proposing a
20% increase. For the current fiscal year this increase is expected to generate
an additional $900,000 in revenue. For the current year we are hopeful that the
increase will create an operational surplus and lower the deficit in the Sewer,
however there will still be a deficit in the sewer fund for the current fiscal year.
We are hopeful the deficit will go away in FY21-22.

I have attached an updated budget reforecast that only includes the
operational budget for the current fiscal year for the Sewer Fund. Unfortunately,
our usage is down which is why the revenue reforecast increase is less than
$900,000. The 2nd Quarter Budget Reforecast will be presented to the
Commission at the first meeting in February.

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STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the resolution to adjust the FY2020-21
Sewer Rate by 20%.
Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the resolution to adjust the FY2020-21 Sewer Rate by 20%
      Amendment: Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner
      Emory, to place a moratorium on the waiving of sewer connection fees so
      long as long the sewer fund has an operating deficit and is in debt to other
      funds.
      ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
Vote on Original Motion:
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Hood, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, and Emory
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   H. Vinyl Siding Installer Contracts for FY 2020   CNS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To authorize Community and Neighborhood Services to
enter a new contract with JR Tucker Construction, Badgerows Contracting, and
Maintenance Unlimited to install vinyl siding at an agreed price of $65.00 (Sixty-
five dollars) per building square for the Residential Façade Program’s 2020 fiscal
year. Bids for Contractor Procurement was posted in September 2020.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:          N/A   AMOUNT BUDGETED:          $105,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT: Residential Façade allocation category of the Community
Development Block Grant. CDBG 2018, 2019, 2020 Budgets.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To enter agreements with 3 contractors to
perform Residential Façade projects to expedite a long waiting list.
Motion by Commissioner Emory, second by Commissioner Johnson, to enter into
agreements with 3 contractors to perform Residential Façade projects to
expedite a long waiting list.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   O. Convention Center Agreements           City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval of an updated Convention


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Center Naming Rights and Sponsorship Agreement with VanDyk Mortgage
Corporation.
In December, the City Commission approved a naming rights agreement with
VanDyk Mortgage. As we worked toward formal implementation, a number of
issues came to our attention. The items were easy to correct, but both sides felt
the cleanest way to correct the agreement was to resubmit it in its entirety for
commission approval. Changes of note are as follows:
   1. The costs for VanDyk remain unchanged, with the exception of the rent
      payment for the month of January 2021. Because signage installation is
      not predicted to take longer than expected, we mutually agreed that
      their monthly payments should begin January 1. Rent payments will begin
      once all exterior signage is installed.
   2. Mortgage-related advertising and marketing is heavily regulated to
      ensure fair and non-discriminatory lending practices. Accordingly, we
      needed to make significant changes to industry exclusivity language,
      marketing language, trademark usage language, and other language
      that gave the city permission to use the VanDyk Mortgage name on
      promotional materials. The changes provide more input from VanDyk’s
      legal team throughout the process to insure compliance.
   3. We recharacterized the future partnership with VanDyk because they
      cannot be our preferred vendor for the same reasons listed in #2, but
      instead, they should be listed as a strategic partner. All marketing needs
      to be clear that buyers may use their lender of choice.
   4. We cleaned up the liability language specific to liability claims. Parkland,
      as the operator, will need to hold VanDyk harmless. The City will agree to
      work to have VanDyk released from those types of suits in the event they
      happen, with the understanding that the City cannot legally indemnify
      VanDyk or any other entity. We also increased Parkland’s insurance
      requirements to account for this.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:      Approve the Naming Rights and Sponsorship
Agreement with VanDyk Mortgage and authorize the City Manager to sign the
agreements.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson,
to approve the Naming Rights and Sponsorship Agreement with VanDyk
Mortgage and authorize the City Manager to sign with agreement of the City
Attorney and without substantive changes.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and Hood
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES


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   Q. As – Needed Forestry Services Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize the award of the As-Needed Forestry Services
to CHOP Tree Service in the not to exceed amount of $50,000.
Staff solicited bids for as-needed forestry services. The bid was posted publicly
on our website and hosted elsewhere along with bid packets being mailed to
several area tree firms. Only one bid was received at the designated time with a
second bid received late and rejected.
The Bid Sheet for CHOP is included in the attachment. The bid sheet was
reviewed and found to be a reasonable bid and is recommended for approval
by staff. The bid received late that was rejected was higher than the accepted
bid. This project was included in the most recent 20-21 budget reforecast.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $50,000      AMOUNT BUDGETED:         $50,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         101-70771-5346
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Approve the award of the as-needed forestry
services contract to CHOP Tree Service for the not to exceed amount of $50,000.
Motion by Commissioner Emory, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, to
approve the award of the as-needed forestry services contract to CHOP Tree
Service for the not-to-exceed amount of $50,000.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and Hood
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   S. PILOT Village at Jackson Hill   Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to amend the PILOT at the Village of Jackson
Hill, by General Capital. General Capital (“GCG”) is under contract to purchase
the Village at Jackson Hill, a 40-unit senior tax credit apartment complex
constructed about 15 years ago at 557 McLaren Avenue. GCG intends to apply
to MSHDA for 9% tax credits to rehabilitate the project. In order for the project
receive a high enough score to be competitive to receive an allocation of
credits, they are asking that the City consider adopting a new PILOT for the
program. The existing 4% PILOT terminates in 2027 and MSHDA requires a PILOT
with a longer term to receive the PILOT points.
If successful in receiving a tax credit award, GCG intends to rehabilitate the
project. They anticipate spending approximately $48,000 per unit in hard
construction costs. The rehabilitation will include creating visitable and truly
handicap accessible units. In addition, if successful in receiving an award of the
credits the Area Median Income (“AMI”) unit mix of the project will expand.
Currently, the project has 2 60% AMI units 18 45% AMI units and 20 40% AMI units.

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With a new tax credit award, the unit AMI mix will shift to 5 units at 30% AMI, 5
units at 40% AMI, 1 unit at 50% AMI, 16 units at 40% AMI and 13 units at 80% AMI.
With the change in unit mix the gross potential rental revenue at the project will
increase from approximately $260,000 to $330,000. This increase will happen over
time, as the current tenants will not be displaced. Rents will increase in the same
manner they have in the past. As new tenants take occupancy, the rents will
increase to the new AMI limits.
The current owners are paying a 4% PILOT and it expires in 2027. GCG is
requesting to extend the PILOT 25 years (until 2046) and is willing to adjust the
PILOT payments to include a municipal services fee.
In addition, it also appears that a corner of one of the buildings encroaches
onto City ROW. The applicant is seeking an encroachment easement that will
help with any liability with the building location.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To approve the amended PILOT, including the
Municipal Services Agreement. Also, to approve the encroachment easement.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Emory, to approve
the amended PILOT, including the Municipal Services Agreement, Also, to
approve the encroachment easement.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, and
           Johnson
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   U. Changes to the Fee Schedule for Paid Parking at Beaches
      Development Services
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff are seeking approval of a change to the fees for
parking at city beaches.
      Daily rate Monday through Thursday - $7
      Daily rate Friday through Sunday - $10
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve the daily rates for paid parking at city
owned beaches.
Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the daily rates for paid parking at city owned beaches.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, Rinsema-Sybenga, and Emory
             Nays: German
MOTION PASSES



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   W. Community Relations Committee Recommendations           City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To accept the resignation, reappointments, and
appointments for various community relations committees, boards, authorities,
and commissions as follows:
   •   Resignation – Mary Jamieson from the Board of Review, Citizen position,
       term expiring 01/31/2022
   •   Board of Review
          o Reappoint Jane Clingman-Scott and Ralph Burr
          o Appoint David Mendendorp and Pamela Smith
   •   Business Improvement District
          o Appoint Andy Maciejewski, Dan Castle, and Jaime Charron
   •   Citizen’s Police Review Board
          o Reappoint Ron Hayward, Robert Roundtree, Faye Redmond,
            Rozelia Patino, William Muhammad, and Ann Craig
   •   Civil Service
          o Reappoint David Wendtland
   •   Community Development Block Grant/Citizen’s District Council
       (CDBG/CDC)
          o Reappoint Jeremy Lenertz
          o Appoint Paul Kurdziel, Perry Dennie, Jennifer Ross, and Ationza Smith
   •   Construction Code Board of Appeals
          o Reappoint Wade VandenBosch and Lane Bensten
          o Appoint Joshua Ohst
   •   Downtown Development Authority
          o Reappoint Don Kalisz and Mike Johnson
   •   Election Commission
          o Reappoint Betty Ivory
   •   Equal Opportunity Committee
          o Appoint Bennie Chambers and Tonya Pell
   •   Farmers Market Advisory Board
          o Reappoint John Zandstra, Woody VanBlargan, and Kim Martens
   •   Historic District Commission
          o Reappoint Steven Radtke
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         o Appoint David Gregersen
  •   Housing Code Board of Appeals
         o Reappoint Randy Mackie and Kirk Kolberg
  •   Housing Commission
         o Appointed by City Manager – Barry Williams
  •   Income Tax Board of Review
         o Appoint Patrick Kiely
  •   Lakeside Business Improvement District
         o Reappoint Mark Flermoen and Dick Ghezzi
  •   Local Development Finance Authority
         o Reappoint Kevin Ricco
         o Appoint Virginia Taylor
  •   Local Officer’s Compensation Commission
         o Appoint Michael Hughes
  •   Planning Commission
         o Reappoint Joe Doyle and Tim Michalski
  •   Zoning Board of Appeals
         o Reappoint William Bowman
         o Appoint Jill Montgomery Keast and Michele Ribesky
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:      To concur with the recommendation of the
Community Relations Committee and approve the resignation, reappointments,
and appointments.
  1) Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner
     German, to concur with the recommendations of the Community Relations
     Committee and approve the resignation, reappointments, and
     appointments for all except the Equal Opportunity Committee.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and
           Hood
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
  2) Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Emory, to
     appoint Pell, Chambers, and Buchanan to the Equal Opportunity
     Committee.


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ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Hood, and
           Ramsey
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-05     PUBLIC HEARINGS:
   A. Lakeside BID Special Assessment Roll Public Hearing and Resolution
      Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Lakeside BID Board has voted to petition the City
Commission to establish a Special Assessment District inclusive of all commercial
parcels in the BID in order to raise funds for public maintenance and
improvements. Tonight, a duly posted and noticed public hearing will take
place to hear comment on the Special Assessment Tax Roll.
The Lakeside Business Improvement District Board has recommended a special
assessment amount to fund BID improvements in the Lakeside Corridor for a
period of 3 years, with potential to renew the assessment at the end of the term
depending on the amount of TIF capture by their desired Corridor Improvement
Authority. The attachments to this cover sheet reflect the costs per square foot
of every address in the BID, as well as a map outlining the BID district approved
by the Commission last year. Also attached is the resolution certifying the
assessment and adding it to the roll. The total anticipated capture of this
assessment is approximately $22,000.00, which will be used by the BID Board to
provide for winter maintenance of sidewalks, plowing, landscaping
maintenance, and marketing materials for the district. A separate assessment bill
will be sent to all affected properties this year, and in subsequent years this
assessment will be included on winter tax bills. Frosty Cove was removed from
the District
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the Resolution adding the Lakeside
BID Special Assessment to the tax rolls for a period of three years as presented.
PUBLIC HEARING COMMENCED:
Mike Galivin – 590 W. Western - does Lakeside BID include former Sappi
Property? Answer is no.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson,
to close the public hearing and approve the resolution adding the Lakeside BID
Special Assessment to the tax rolls for a period of three years, as presented.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Hood, Ramsey, and
           German
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES

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2021-06     NEW BUSINESS:
   A. Amendment to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District – 965 W Western,
      920 Washington Ave, and 1330 Division St Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning
ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for
Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W Western
Avenue, 920 Washington Avenue and 1330 Division Street by P & G Holdings,
LLC.
After discussing at the Planning Commission meeting, the applicant agreed that
they did not need to include 1330 Division Street as part of the request. A motion
to request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the
marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for Growing, Processing and
Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W Western Avenue and 920 Washington
Avenue be recommended to the City Commission for approval. The motion was
amended to include a recommendation that the approval be reviewed in 24
months to allow staff or the Planning Commission to consider revocation of the
zoning approval if the condo development had not proceeded as stated. The
motion was approved by a 6-3 vote.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the request to amend Section 2331
of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay district to
allow for Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W
Western Avenue and 920 Washington Avenue by P & G Holdings, LLC.
Motion by Vice Mayor Hood, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, to
approve the request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand
the marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for Growing, Processing and
Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W Western Avenue and 920 Washington
Avenue by P & G Holdings, LLC.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Hood, and Ramsey
            Nays: German and Johnson
MOTION PASSES
*SECOND READING REQUIRED
   B. Amendment to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District – 420 Harvey
      Street (1) Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning
ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for
microbusiness, designated consumption establishment and event license types
at 420 S Harvey Street, by Michigan Canna House, LLC.
This case was tabled at the October Planning Commission. It was brought back
to the Planning Commission in December. A motion to approve the request

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failed by a 2-7 vote.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve the request to amend Section 2331
of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overly district to
allow for microbusiness, designated consumption establishment use and event
license types at 420 S Harvey Street, by Michigan Canna House, LLC.
Motion by Commissioner Ramsey, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to
expand the marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for microbusiness,
designated consumption establishment use and event license types at 420 S.
Harvey Street, by Michigan Canna House, LLC.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: None
             Nays: Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Hood, and Ramsey
MOTION FAILS
   C. Amendment to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District – 420 Harvey
      Street (2) Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning
ordinance to include 420 Harvey Street in the marihuana facilities overlay district
and allow class B grower, processor, retailer, designated consumption
establishment and marihuana special events license types, by Michigan Canna
House, LLC.
While the applicant’s first case was tabled by the Planning Commission, they
decided to apply for another amendment that would allow them additional
license types (Class B Grower, Processor, Retailer) instead of microbusiness.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the request to amend Section 2331
of the zoning ordinance to include 420 Harvey Street in the marihuana facilities
overlay district and allow class B grower, processor, retailer, designated
consumption establishment and marihuana special events license types, by
Michigan Canna House, LLC.
Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Ramsey, to
approve the request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to include
420 S. Harvey Street in the marihuana facilities overlay district and allow Class B
grower, processor, retailer, designated consumption establishment, and
marihuana special events license types by Michigan Canna House, LLC.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Emory, Johnson, Hood, Ramsey, and Rinsema-Sybenga
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
*SECOND READING REQUIRED


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   D. Hartford Terrace Development Agreement Development Services
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval of the development
agreement and associated PILOT and municipal services agreements with the
Muskegon Housing Commission.
The proposed agreement is based on Low Income housing Tax Credits being
awarded by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority for work at
Hartford Terrace. If the LIHTC is not awarded by March 31, 2022, the agreement
is voided. The proposed PILOT rate is 2% of contract rents with a municipal
services fee of an additional 2% of contract rents. The city can expect to more
than double the annual payment received from this development.
Hartford Terrace serves some of the most vulnerable of our city’s population,
including elderly, persons with disabilities, and those making 30% or less of the
area median income. The developer is planning to invest $18,000,000 into the
property including major building systems, elevators, apartment interiors,
common areas, windows, and sitework. Ten of the existing 160 apartments are
currently accessible, and the renovation will add another 6 accessible units.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To approve the development agreement and
associated PILOT and municipal services fee agreements with the Muskegon
Housing Commission.
Motion by Commissioner Ramsey, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the development agreement and associated PILOT and municipal
services fee agreements with the Muskegon Housing Commission.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Hood, Ramsey, Rinsema-Sybenga, and Emory
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   E. Housing Commission Ordinance Amendment             Development Services
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff are seeking approval of an amendment to
Chapter 18, Article IV of the Code of Ordinances in coordination with the
Hartford Terrace development agreement.
The Muskegon Housing Commission proposes to rehabilitate Hartford Terrace
Apartments through HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration program. This
program allows private capital to be raised for rehabilitation of low-income
housing projects. The calculation of Payments In Lieu Of Taxes for this program
differs from the typical public housing program, and changes to the city’s
ordinance for housing commission owned properties requires a change to
accommodate the development.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To amend and adopt Chapter 18, Article IV,
Section 83 and approve the resolution for Muskegon Housing Commission.


                                         Page 17 of 19
Motion by Commissioner Ramsey, second by Commissioner Johnson, to amend
and adopt Chapter 18, Article IV, Section 83 and approve the resolution from
Muskegon Housing Commission.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
*SECOND READING REQUIRED
   G. Amendment to the PUD at Harbor 31 Planning (F & G order switched at
      Commission meeting)
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to amend the final Planned Unit Development
at 600 Shoreline Drive (Harbor 31), by Harbor 31, LLC.
Staff consulted with the attorneys at Miller Canfield regarding the public
boardwalk issue. It does not appear that Condominium documents make the
Boardwalk Easement available for public use. If the easement had a public use
component, the Master Deed would have had to state that expressly. The
Master Deed does suggest that tenants of the units, guests, employees, and
invitees are permitted to use the easement. Since the developer owns most of
the land in the condo agreement, it appears that guests of future developments
will be able to access the entire boardwalk.
Also, the developer proposes to develop the entire shoreline with boat slips. Units
A, B, H and I have what appear to be identical riparian rights under Riparian
easements recorded in 2006, which grant each unit owner the right to use the
entire lakeshore “to the same extent as if the Benefitted Parcel was adjacent to
the Lake,” including for the installation of permanent docks and marinas. The
land area described as falling with the easement area, however, is the
”Common Areas” of the condominium project, an apparent (though not
certain) reference to the General Common Elements, which consist of the
Boardwalk Easement running along the shoreline and the Walkway Easement
between units H and I. Unless Units A, B, H and I are all owned by the developer
of the marina, the developer’s right to develop beyond the shoreline running
parallel to units owned by the developer appears to be an open question.
A motion was made to request to amend the final Planned Unit Development at
600 Shoreline Drive be recommended for approval to the City Commission, with
the following conditions as listed in the staff recommendation: 1) that public
easements for access to the existing boardwalk and new waterfront gathering
space shall be recorded with the Register of Deeds before any building permits
are issued, and 2) each separate use/building needs to individually obtain site
plan approval. Any variation from the PUD, in terms of use or building
placement, is acceptable as long as it meets the underlying zoning (FBC,
Mainstreet Waterfront) requirements. The motion was unanimously approved.

                                         Page 18 of 19
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the amendments to the Planned Unit
Development as requested.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson,
to approve the amendments to the Planned Unit Development as requested.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   F. Street Vacation – Harbor 31    Planning (F & G order switched at
      Commission meeting)
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to vacate a portion of Viridian Drive, east of
Terrace Street, by Harbor 31, LLC. The Planning Commission unanimously
recommended vacation of the alley as requested.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the request to vacate a portion of
Viridian Drive, east of Terrace Street, by Harbor 31.
Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the request to vacate a portion of Viridian Drive, east of Terrace
Street, by Harbor 31.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Ramsey, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and Hood
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
PUBLIC COMMENT:          Public comments were received.
ADJOURNMENT:      The City Commission meeting adjourned at 9:55 p.m.


                                           Respectfully Submitted,




                                           Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk




                                        Page 19 of 19
                        CITY OF MUSKEGON
                  CITY COMMISSION WORKSESSION
                      Monday, January 11, 2021
                              5:30 pm
                     City Commission Chambers
                          REMOTE MEETING

                                 MINUTES

2021-01

Present: Vice Mayor Hood (Muskegon, MI), Commissioners Rinsema-
Sybenga (Muskegon, MI), Emory (Muskegon, MI), Johnson (Muskegon,
MI), Ramsey (arrived at 6:00 p.m. – Muskegon, MI), and German
(Muskegon, MI).

Absent: Mayor Gawron


2020 CAFR Presentation – Eric VanDop from Brickley DeLong
The City’s June 30, 2020 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR)
will be distributed to the City Commissioners via email and hard copy. The
CAFR will also be available on the City’s website. The CAFR includes the
annual independent auditor’s report as required by state law. At this time
the CAFR is being formally transmitted to the City Commission. The CAFR
has been prepared in accordance with all current Governmental Accounting
Standards Board (GASB) pronouncements and also includes the single
audit of federal grants received by the City.

Eric VanDop from Brickley DeLong presented highlights from the 2020
audit to the City Commission. Discussion took place and Commissioner
comments were received.

This item will appear on the agenda for consideration at the regular
meeting on Tuesday, January 12, 2021.

FY2020-21 Sewer Rate Adjustment - Finance
As the FY2019-20 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report was finalized it
became evident that the Sewer Fund was in a $3.5 Million deficit. This
deficit will require an immediate rate increase of 20% effective January 1`,
2021.

In FY 2018-19 the Sewer fund had a $979,425 operating loss and in
FY2019-20 had an operating loss of $1,435,021. These losses were
directly related to the high water level and infiltration into our system and
have created a deficit of $3,595,965 in the Sewer Fund.

During the calendar year 2019 the City billed about 1.7 million units of
sewage usage which equals 1,271,600,000 gallons, in the same period the
county treated and billed us for 2,090,510,000 gallons. This means we are
paying to treat 1.64 gallons for every gallon we bill. From FY2018-19 to
FY2019-20 our costs to the County for treatment increased 19.5% however
during the same period of time our revenues increased only 2.2%

The sewer rate has increased by 5% in each of the last two fiscal years and
as you recall staff had proposed an 8% increase for the current fiscal year
however the Commission only approved a 5% increase. At this time staff is
proposing a 20% increase. For the current fiscal year this increase is
expected to generate an additional $900,000 in revenue. For the current
year we are hopeful that the increase will create an operational surplus and
lower the deficit in the Sewer, however there will still be a deficit in the
sewer fund for the current fiscal year. We are hopeful the deficit will go
away in FY21-22.

I have attached an updated budget reforecast that only includes the
operational budget for the current fiscal year for the Sewer Fund.
Unfortunately, our usage is down which is why the revenue reforecast
increase is less than $900,000. The 2nd Quarter Budget Reforecast will be
presented to the Commission at the first meeting in February.

Discussion took place regarding the increase in sewer usage and the
sewer rate resolution will be on the agenda for consideration on Tuesday,
January 12, 2021.

Special Event Fees for 2021 – City Clerk
Staff is requesting those events held in 2019 ONLY be allowed a 50 %
discount up to the amount of their 2019 invoice for DPW Services, to waive
their application fee this year, and allow the City Manager and Public
Safety Director to evaluate policing services actually provided after each
event and determine if a discount may be given. This waiver/reduction of
fees does not apply to new events or events that did not take place in 2019
or events that are not paid up-to-date with previous events.

The City recognizes that our established events in Muskegon have been
seriously impacted this past year and some may not be back. Several staff
members met with many leaders of such events to listen to their needs.
Staff then met to develop ideas how we may assist understanding staff is
also running with less resources. Staff’s recommendation is to allow a 50%
discount for DPW services (ex. If the invoice for 2019 services was $4,000,
the discount can be as much as $2,000. If their 2021 invoice is $5,000, they
receive a $2,000 discount). Police Department services are different
because they are actual costs that the City does incur. The Public Safety
Director has indicated he is willing to evaluate the services needed, if the
even had a well thought out plan for safety that was implemented and
followed the guidelines set by the police department. Larger events are
required to have a meeting with staff to cover such details. These changes
are only suggested for 2021.

Discussion took place regarding this item and it will appear on the agenda
for the regular meeting scheduled for January 12, 2021.

Public Comments – Public Comments were received.

The Worksession Meeting adjourned at 7:40 p.m.


                                   Respectfully Submitted,



                                   Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021                Title: Deficit Elimination Plan – Public
                                                         Improvement Fund

Submitted By: Beth Lewis                                 Department: Finance

Brief Summary: To approve the resolution and direct staff to submit the Deficit Elimination Plan for
the Public Improvement Fund to the State of Michigan.

Detailed Summary: At June 30, 2020 the Public Improvement Fund was in a deficit of $1,601,331.
Act 275 of the Public Acts of 1980 requires the City to formulate a deficit elimination plan and file it
with the Michigan Department of Treasury. The deficit elimination plan and resolution for the
Public Improvement Fund is attached.



Amount Requested: na                                   Amount Budgeted: na

Fund(s) or Account(s):                                 Fund(s) or Account(s):

Recommended Motion: To approve the deficit elimination resolution for the Public Improvement
Fund.

Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
DEFICIT ELIMINATION PLAN
City of Muskegon
State ID Number 61-2020
Public Improvement Fund
January 18, 2021

At June 30, 2020 the City of Muskegon Public Improvement Fund had a deficit balance of $1,601,331.
This deficit was caused by the City’s Midtown Square II Housing Development project. This project
involves the building of 6 single family homes along with 10 townhouse style homes. The project was
financed by a note from Fifth Third Bank. As invoices are paid to the developer the City draws down on
funds from Fifth Third Bank. When posting these transactions in our accounting system the developer
invoices are posted as expenditures and the Fifth Third funds are being recorded as Note Payable. No
revenue is being posted until a home sells. As of June 30, 2020 no homes at been sold. Thus causing the
defict in this fund. In FY2020-21 and beyond revenue will be posted as the homes sell. As of this date
the City has closed and received the funds on two homes with purchase agreements and closings set up
for 3 other homes. The City believes by the end of FY2021-22 all the homes will be sold and the fund
will no longer be in a deficit.

Located on the next page is a table showing the Revenue and Expenditures for FY2019-20 and proposed
budget for FY2020-21 and FY2021-22.
                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
                       MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                        RESOLUTION NO.______________

WHEREAS City of Muskegon’s Public Improvement Fund had a $1,601,331 deficit fund
balance on June 30, 2020; and

WHEREAS, Act 275 of the Public Acts of 1980 requires that a Deficit Elimination Plan
be formulated by the local unit of government and filed with the Michigan Department of
Treasury:

NOW THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED that the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon adopts the following as the City of Muskegon’s Public Improvement Fund
Deficit Elimination Plan.
Adopted this _______day of January 2021



                                    By:__________________________________
                                      Stephen J. Gawron
                                      Its Mayor

                                    By:__________________________________
                                      Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                      Its Clerk




                                  CERTIFICATION

This resolution was adopted at a regular meeting of the City commission, held on January
26, 2021. The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to Open Meetings Act of
the State of Michigan, Act 267 of the Public Acts of 1967.

                                            CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                            By: ________________________________
                                                   Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                                   City Clerk
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2020              Title: Deficit Elimination Plan – Sewer Fund

Submitted By: Beth Lewis                               Department: Finance

Brief Summary: To approve the Deficit Elimination plan and resolution for the Sewer Fund and
direct staff to submit plan to the State of Michigan.

Detailed Summary: At June 30, 2020 the Sewer Fund had a $3,595,965 deficit unrestricted net
position. Act 275 of Public Acts of 1980 requires the City to formulate a deficit elimination plan and
submit it to the Michigan Department of Treasury. The deficit elimination plan and resolution for
the Sewer Fund are attached.

Amount Requested: na                                  Amount Budgeted: na

Fund(s) or Account(s):                                Fund(s) or Account(s):

Recommended Motion: To approve the deficit elimination resolution for the Sewer Fund.

Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
DEFICIT ELIMINATION PLAN
City of Muskegon
State ID Number 61-2020
Sewer Fund
January 19, 2021

At June 30, 2020 the City of Muskegon Sewer Fund had a deficit unrestricted net position of $3,595,965.
The City has been running an operations deficit for several years in the Sewer Fund. This deficit was in
part created by high water levels on our local lakes which caused infiltration into our system. We
recently calculated that in calendar year 2019 for each unit of usage that we billed for we paid the
County to treat 1.64 units.

The Staff proposed an immediate 20% rate increase. The City Commission concurred and approved the
rate increase on January 12, 2021 with an effective date of January 1, 2021. Staff is hopeful that at June
30, 2021 the fund has an operations surplus.

Staff usually proposes rate change in conjunction with the proposed new fiscal year budget. At that
time staff will evaluate and propose an additional rate increase for FY21-22. The City of Muskegon is
committed to maintaining an operational surplus to bring down and then eliminate the deficit. The City
will have a better time table for elimination of this deficit after June 30, 2021.
                           CITY OF MUSKEGON
                       MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                        RESOLUTION NO.______________

WHEREAS City of Muskegon’s Sewer Fund had a $3,595,965 unrestricted net position
deficit balance on June 30, 2020; and

WHEREAS, Act 275 of the Public Acts of 1980 requires that a Deficit Elimination Plan
be formulated by the local unit of government and filed with the Michigan Department of
Treasury:

NOW THEREFORE, IT IS RESOLVED that the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon adopts the following as the City of Muskegon’s Sewer Fund Deficit
Elimination Plan:
Adopted this _______day of January 2021


                                    By:__________________________________
                                      Stephen J. Gawron
                                      Its Mayor

                                    By:__________________________________
                                      Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                      Its Clerk




                                  CERTIFICATION

This resolution was adopted at a regular meeting of the City commission, held on January
26, 2021. The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to Open Meetings Act of
the State of Michigan, Act 267 of the Public Acts of 1967.

                                            CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                            By: ________________________________
                                                   Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                                   City Clerk
                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: January 12, 2021                 Title: Sale – 275 Mason Ave

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                              Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned home at 275 Mason to Chad
Huisman and Alyssa Hamelin

Detailed Summary: The city constructed this house as part of the phase two of our infill housing program.
Our contract to construct the home was $197,464. We also anticipated $11,844 in sales commissions. The
accepted purchase price is $189,900, and the incurred sales commissions are $10,800. The City will
contribute $5,0000 toward closing costs.

Amount Requested: None at this time                     Amount Budgeted: $0

Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A                              Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A

Recommended Motion: Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale of 275 Mason Ave, as described
in the purchase agreement.

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Police Dept.        Fire Dept.       IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
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                                                         WEST MICHIGAN REGIONAL PURCHASE AGREEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                         #
         DATE:                       01/17/2021                     ,                            (time)                                           MLS #                  20048054

         SELLING OFFICE:                        Greenridge Realty                  BROKER LIC.#:          6505179283           REALTOR® PHONE:                       616-427-6879

         LISTING OFFICE:                    West Urban Realty LLC                 REALTOR® PHONE:                    616-874-7085

        1. Effective Date: This Agreement is effective on the date of Seller's acceptance of Buyer's offer or Buyer's acceptance of any
            counteroffer, as the case may be, and this date shall hereafter be referred to as the "Effective Date". Further, any reference to "days"
            in this Agreement refers to calendar days. The first calendar day begins at 12:01 a.m. on the day after the Effective Date. Any reference
            to "time" refers to local time.
         2. Agency Disclosure: The Undersigned Buyer and Seller each acknowledge that they have read and signed the Disclosure Regarding
             Real Estate Agency Relationships. The selling licensee is acting as (check one):
                  Agent/Subagent of Seller             Buyer’s Agent          Dual Agent (with written, informed consent of both Buyer and Seller)
                  Transaction Coordinator
              Primary Selling Agent Name:                               Kelly Stein-Lloyd                  Email:        klloydhomes@gmail.com                 Lic.#:        6501402294

             Alternate Selling Agent Name:                  David Oom                  Email:       doom@greenridge.com         Lic.#:   6505179283
         3. Seller’s Disclosure Statement: (This paragraph applies to sales of one-to-four family residential units.)
                 Buyer has received the Seller’s Disclosure Statement, dated            11/13/2020        . Seller certifies to Buyer that the Property
                 is currently in the same condition as Seller previously disclosed in that statement. Seller agrees to inform Buyer in writing of any
                 changes in the content of the disclosure statement.
                 Buyer has not received the Seller’s Disclosure Statement. Buyer may terminate this Agreement, in writing, any time prior to receipt
                 of the Seller’s Disclosure Statement. Once Buyer has received the Seller’s Disclosure Statement, Buyer may terminate this
                 Agreement, in writing, within 72 hours of receipt if the disclosure was received in person, or within 120 hours if received by
                 registered mail. Exceptions:
                 Seller is exempt from the requirements of the Seller Disclosure Act.
        4. Lead-Based Paint Addendum: Transactions involving homes built prior to 1978 require a written disclosure which is hereby attached
            and will be an integral part of this Agreement.
        5. Property Description: Buyer offers to buy the property located in the         City    Village Township of               Muskegon           ,
            County of                  Muskegon                , Michigan, commonly known as (insert mailing address: street/city/state/zip code)
                                                                              275 Mason ave, Muskegon, MI 49441
             with the following legal description and tax parcel ID numbers:
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            PP#                                                                             6124205391000300                                                                                  .
           The following paragraph applies only if the Premises include unplatted land:
           Seller agrees to grant Buyer at closing the right to make (insert number)                     division(s) under Section 108(2), (3), and
           (4) of the Michigan Land Division Act. (If no number is inserted, the right to make divisions under the sections referenced above stays
           with any remainder of the parent parcel retained by Seller. If a number is inserted, Seller retains all available divisions in excess of the
           number stated; however, Seller and/or REALTOR® do not warrant that the number of divisions stated is actually available.) If this sale
           will create a new division, Seller’s obligations under this Agreement are contingent on Seller’s receipt of municipal approval on or
           before                                  , of the proposed division to create the Premises.
        6. Purchase Price: Buyer offers to buy the Property for the sum of $                 182,000
                                                          one hundred eighty-two thousand                                                  U.S. Dollars
        7. Seller Concessions, if any:                                    Seller to pay $5000 towards buyer's closing cost, fees, and/or other expenses.


        8. Terms: The Terms of Purchase will be as indicated by “X” below: (Other unmarked terms of purchase do not apply.)
           SOURCE OF FUNDS TO CLOSE: Buyer represents that the funds necessary to close this transaction on the terms specified below
           are currently available to Buyer in cash or an equally liquid equivalent.
            If the Property’s value stated in an appraisal obtained by Buyer or Buyer’s lender is less than the Purchase Price, Buyer shall within
            three (3) days after receipt of the appraisal: 1) renegotiate with the Seller, 2) terminate the transaction, in which case Buyer shall
            receive a refund of Buyer’s Earnest Money Deposit, or 3) proceed to close the transaction at the agreed Purchase Price.
                  CASH. The full Purchase Price upon execution and delivery of Warranty Deed. Buyer Agrees to provide Buyer Agent/Dual Agent
                  verification of funds within five (5) days after the Effective Date, and consents to the disclosure of such information to Seller and/or
                  Seller’s Agent. If verification of funds is not received within 5 days after the Effective Date, Seller may terminate this Agreement
                  at any time before verification of funds is received by giving written notice to Buyer. Any appraisal required by Buyer shall be
                  arranged and paid for by Buyer within ten (10) days after the Effective Date of this Agreement.
                  NEW MORTGAGE. The full Purchase Price upon execution and delivery of Warranty Deed, contingent upon Buyer’s ability to
                  obtain a           MSHDA FHA            type        30       (year) mortgage in the amount of     96.5    % of the Purchase Price
                  bearing interest at a rate not to exceed         4      % per annum (rate at time of loan application), on or before the date the sale is
                  to be closed. Buyer agrees to apply for a mortgage loan, and pay all fees and costs customarily charged by Buyer’s lender to
                  process the application, within 3 business days after the Effective Date, not to impair Buyers’ credit after the date such loan if
                  offered.      Seller    Buyer will agree to pay an amount not to exceed $             150        representing repairs required as a
                  condition of financing. Buyer         agrees       does not agree to authorize Buyer’s Agent/Dual Agent to obtain information from
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                  Buyer’s lender regarding Buyer’s financing, and consents to the disclosure of this information to Seller and/or Seller’s Agent.
                  Exceptions:

                   SELLER FINANCING (check one of the following):                  CONTRACT or                         PURCHASE MONEY MORTGAGE
                  In the case of Seller financing, Buyer agrees to provide Seller with a credit report within 72 hours after the Effective Date. If the
                  credit report is unacceptable to Seller, Seller shall have the right to terminate this offer within 48 hours of Seller’s receipt, or if
                  Buyer fails to provide said credit report to Seller within the time frame allotted, Seller shall have the right to terminate this offer
                  within 48 hours. Seller is advised to seek professional advice regarding the credit report.
                  $                           upon execution and delivery of a
                  form (name or type of form and revision date), a copy of which is attached, wherein the balance of $
                  will be payable in monthly installments of $                            or more including interest at                    % per annum,
                  interest to start on date of closing, and first payment to become due thirty (30) days after date of closing. The entire unpaid balance
                  will become due and payable                            months after closing. Any appraisal required by Buyer shall be arranged and
                  paid for by Buyer within ten (10) days after the Effective Date of this Agreement. Exceptions:


                   EQUITY (check one of the following):        Formal Assumption or        Informal Assumption
                   Upon execution and delivery of:       Warranty Deed subject to existing mortgage OR             Assignment of Vendee Interest
                   in Land Contract, Buyer to pay the difference (approximately $                             ) between the Purchase Price above
                   provided and the unpaid balance (approximately $                             ) upon said mortgage or land contract, which Buyer
                   agrees to assume and pay. Buyer agrees to reimburse Seller for accumulated funds held in escrow, if any, for payment of future
                   taxes and insurance premiums, etc. Any appraisal required by Buyer shall be arranged and paid for by Buyer within ten
                   (10) days after the Effective Date of this Agreement. Exceptions:

                   OTHER:


         9. Contingencies: Buyer’s obligation to consummate this transaction (check one):
                   IS NOT CONTINGENT - is not contingent upon the sale or exchange of any other property by Buyer.
                   IS CONTINGENT UPON CLOSING - is contingent upon closing of an existing sale or exchange of Buyer’s property located at:

                   A copy of Buyer’s agreement to sell or exchange that property is being delivered to Seller along with this offer. If the existing sale
                   or exchange terminates for any reason, Buyer will immediately notify Seller, and either party may terminate this Agreement in
                   writing, within 3 days of Buyer’s notice to Seller. If either party terminates, Buyer shall receive a refund of any applicable Earnest
                   Money Deposit.
                   IS CONTINGENT UPON THE SALE AND CLOSING - is contingent upon the execution of a binding agreement and the closing
                   of a sale or exchange of Buyer’s property located at
                                                         on or before                                      . Seller will have the right to continue to
                   market Seller’s Property until Buyer enters into a binding agreement to sell or exchange Buyer’s property and delivers a copy
                   thereof to Seller. During such marketing period, Seller may enter into a binding contract for sale to another purchaser on such
                   price and terms as the Seller deems appropriate. In such event, this Agreement will automatically terminate, Buyer will be notified
                   promptly, and Buyer’s Earnest Money Deposit will be refunded. Exceptions:

         10. Fixtures & Improvements: The following is not intended to be an all-inclusive list of items included with the Property. All
             improvements and appurtenances are included in the Purchase Price, if now in or on the Property, unless rented, including the
             following: all buildings; landscaping; attached smart home devices; attached security systems; lighting fixtures and their shades and
             bulbs; ceiling fans; hardware for draperies and curtains; window shades and blinds; built-in kitchen appliances, including garbage
             disposal and drop-in ranges; wall to wall carpeting, if attached; all attached mirrors; all attached TV mounting brackets; all attached
             shelving; attached work benches; stationary laundry tubs; water softener; water heater; incinerator; sump pump; water pump and
             pressure tank; heating and air conditioning equipment (window units excluded); attached humidifiers; heating units, including add-on
             heating stoves and heating stoves connected by flue pipe; fireplace screens, inserts, and grates; fireplace doors, if attached; liquid
             heating and cooking fuel tanks; TV antenna and complete rotor equipment; satellite dish and necessary accessories and complete
             rotor equipment; all support equipment for inground pools; screens and storm windows and doors; awnings; installed basketball
             backboard, pole and goal; mailbox; flagpole(s); fencing, invisible inground fencing and all related equipment, including collars;
             detached storage buildings; underground sprinkling, including the pump; installed outdoor grills; all plantings and bulbs; garage door
             opener and control(s); and any and all items and fixtures permanently affixed to the Property; and also includes:
                 Appliances:Dishwasher; Garbage Disposal; Microwave; Oven; Range; Refrigerator Additional Items:Ceiling Fans; Garage Door Opener; Home
                                                                      Warranty; Laminate Floor



              but does not include:

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         11. Heating and Cooking Fuels: Liquid heating and cooking fuels in tanks are included in the sale and will transfer to Buyer at time of
             possession unless usage is metered (in which case it is not included in the sale). Sellers are responsible for maintaining heating and
             cooking liquid fuels at an operational level and shall not permit fuels to fall below 10% in the tank(s) at the time of possession, except
             that the tank(s) may be empty only if now empty. Further, Seller is precluded from removing fuel from tank(s) other than what is
             expended through normal use. Exceptions:

         12. Assessments (choose one):
             If the Property is subject to any assessments,
                 Seller shall pay the entire balance of any such assessments that are due and payable on or before the day of closing (regardless
                 of any installment arrangements), except for any fees that are required to connect to public utilities.
                 Seller shall pay all installments of such assessments that become due and payable on or before day of closing. Buyer shall assume
                 and pay all other installments of such assessments.
         13. Property Taxes: Seller will be responsible for any taxes billed prior to those addressed below. Buyer will be responsible for all
             taxes billed after those addressed below.
              Buyer is also advised that the state equalized value of the Property, principal residence exemption information and other real property
              tax information is available from the appropriate local assessor’s office. Buyer should not assume that Buyer’s future tax bills on the
              Property will be the same as Seller’s present tax bills. Under Michigan law, real property tax obligations can change significantly when
              property is transferred.
                 No proration.           (Choose one):
                        Buyer                Seller    will pay taxes billed summer                                (year);
                        Buyer                Seller    will pay taxes billed winter                                (year);
                 Calendar Year Proration (all taxes billed or to be billed in the year of the closing). Calendar year tax levies will be estimated, if
                 necessary, using the taxable value and the millage rate(s) in effect on the day of closing, broken down to a per diem tax payment
                 and prorated to the date of closing with Seller paying for January 1 through the day before closing.
                 Fiscal Year Proration - Taxes will be prorated as though they are paid in (choose one):         advance.          arrears.
                 Fiscal Year will be assumed to cover a 12-month period from date billed, and taxes will be prorated to the date of closing. Fiscal
                 year tax levies will be estimated, if necessary, using the taxable value and millage rate(s) in effect on the day of closing, broken
                 down to a per diem tax payment and prorated to the date of closing with Seller paying through the day before closing. Exceptions:

         14. Well/Septic: Within ten (10) days after the Effective Date, Seller will arrange for, at Seller’s expense, an inspection of the primary well
             used for human consumption (including a water quality test for coliform bacteria and nitrates) and septic systems in use on the
             Property. The inspection will be performed by a qualified inspector in a manner that meets county (or other local governmental
             authority, if applicable) protocol. Seller will also follow any governmental rules regarding pumping of tanks.
             Where no county or government protocol is in place, Seller will arrange for, at Seller’s expense, well and septic inspections (as
             referenced above) by a qualified inspector, Seller will have tanks pumped, unless a qualified inspector determines, in writing, that
             pumping is not necessary.
              If any report discloses a condition unsatisfactory to Buyer, or doesn’t meet county standards that are a condition of sale, Buyer may,
              within three (3) days after Buyer has received the report, by written notice to Seller, either terminate this Agreement and receive a
              refund of Buyer’s Earnest Money Deposit, or make a written proposal to Seller to correct those unsatisfactory conditions. If Buyer fails
              to make a written proposal within the above referenced time period, then Buyer will be deemed to have accepted the well/septic as-
              is. Seller will respond in writing within three (3) days to Buyer’s request. If Seller fails to respond or to arrive at a mutually agreeable
              resolution within three (3) days after Seller’s receipt of Buyer’s proposal, Buyer will have three (3) days to provide written notice of
              termination of this Agreement and receive a refund of any applicable Earnest Money Deposit. If Buyer fails to terminate the contract,
              Buyer will proceed to closing according to the terms and conditions of this Agreement. Exceptions:
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         15. Inspections & Investigations:
              Inspections: Buyer, or someone selected by Buyer, has the right to inspect the buildings, premises, components and systems, at
              Buyer’s expense. Any damage, misuse, abuse, or neglect of any portion of the Property or premises as a result of inspections will be
              Buyer’s responsibility and expense. In the event of VA financing, Seller will pay for the inspection for termites and other wood
              destroying insects.
              Investigations: It is Buyer’s responsibility to investigate (i) whether the Property complies with applicable codes and local ordinances
              and whether the Property is zoned for Buyer’s intended use; (ii) whether Buyer can obtain a homeowner’s insurance policy for the
              Property at price and terms acceptable to Buyer; (iii) and whether or not the Property is in a flood zone.
              All inspections and investigations will be completed within ten (10) days after the Effective Date. If the results of Buyer’s inspections
              and investigations are not acceptable to Buyer, Buyer may, within the above referenced period, by written notice to Seller, either
              terminate this Agreement and receive a refund of Buyer’s Earnest Money Deposit, or make a written proposal to Seller to correct
              those unsatisfactory conditions. If Buyer fails to make a written proposal within the above referenced time period, then Buyer will be
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            deemed to have accepted the Property as-is. Seller may negotiate with Buyer, or by written notice to Buyer, accept Buyer’s proposal
            or terminate this Agreement. If Seller fails to respond, or to arrive at a mutually agreeable resolution within three (3) days after Seller’s
            receipt of Buyer’s proposal, Buyer shall have three (3) days to provide written notice of termination of this Agreement and receive a
            refund of any applicable Earnest Money Deposit. If Buyer fails to terminate this Agreement within said three (3) day period, Buyer will
            be deemed to accept the Inspections & Investigations and will proceed to closing according to the terms and conditions of this
            Agreement.
                Buyer has waived all rights under this Inspections & Investigations paragraph.
        16. Municipal Compliances: Seller will arrange and pay for current certificates of occupancy, sidewalk compliance, and smoke detector
            ordinances, if applicable.
        17. Title Insurance: Seller agrees to convey marketable title to the Property subject to conditions, limitations, reservation of oil, gas and
            other mineral rights, existing zoning ordinances, and building and use restrictions and easements of record. An expanded coverage
            ALTA Homeowner’s Policy of Title Insurance in the amount of the Purchase Price shall be ordered by Seller and furnished to Buyer at
            Seller’s expense, and a commitment to issue a policy insuring marketable title vested in Buyer, including a real estate tax status
            report, will be made available to Buyer within ten (10) days after the Effective Date. If Buyer so chooses, or if an expanded policy is
            not applicable, then a standard ALTA Owners’ Policy of Title Insurance shall be provided.
             If Buyer objects to any conditions, Buyer may, within three (3) days of receipt of the Title Commitment, by written notice to Seller,
             either terminate this Agreement and receive a refund of Buyer’s Earnest Money Deposit, or make a written proposal to Seller to correct
             those unsatisfactory conditions. If Buyer fails to make a written proposal within the above referenced time period, then Buyer will be
             deemed to have accepted the Title Commitment as-is. Seller may negotiate with Buyer, or by written notice to Buyer, accept Buyer’s
             proposal or terminate this Agreement. If Seller fails to respond, or to arrive at a mutually agreeable resolution within three (3) days
             after Seller’s receipt of Buyer’s proposal, Buyer shall have three (3) days to provide written notice of termination of this Agreement and
             shall receive a refund of any applicable Earnest Money Deposit. If Buyer fails to terminate this Agreement within said three (3) day
             period, Buyer will be deemed to accept the Title Commitment as-is and will proceed to closing according to the terms and conditions
             of this Agreement. Exceptions:

        18. Property Survey: Broker advises that Buyer should have a survey performed to satisfy Buyer as to the boundaries of the Property
            and the location of improvements thereon.
                 Buyer or     Seller (check one) shall within ten (10) days of the Effective Date, order, at their expense, a boundary survey with iron
              corner stakes showing the location of the boundaries, improvements and easements in connection with the Property. Upon receipt of
              the survey, Buyer will have three (3) days to review the survey. If the survey shows any condition, in Buyer’s sole discretion, which
              would interfere with Buyer’s intended use of the Property, the marketability of the title, or zoning non-compliance, then Buyer may,
              within said three (3) day period, terminate this Agreement, in writing, and Buyer will receive a full refund of Buyer’s Earnest Money
              Deposit.
                No survey. Buyer has waived all rights under this paragraph.
             When closing occurs, Buyer shall be deemed to have accepted the boundaries of the Property and the location of such improvements
             thereon. Exceptions:

        19. Home Protection Plan: Buyer and Seller have been informed that home protection plans may be available. Such plans may provide
            additional protection and benefit to the parties. Exceptions:
                                                                         As listed on MSL Listing Card
        20. Prorations: Rent; association dues/fees, if any; insurance, if assigned; interest on any existing land contract, mortgage or lien
            assumed by Buyer; will all be adjusted to the date of closing.
        21. Closing: If agreeable to Buyer and Seller, the sale will be closed as soon as closing documents are ready, but not later than
                       02/23/2021           . An additional period of fifteen (15) days will be allowed for closing to accommodate the
            correction of title defects or survey problems which can be readily corrected, or for delays in obtaining any lender required
            inspections/repairs. During this additional period, the closing will be held within 5 days after all parties have been notified that all
            necessary documents have been prepared. Buyer and Seller will each pay their title company closing fee, if applicable, except in the
            case of VA financing where Seller will pay the entire closing fee. Exceptions:

        22. Possession: Seller will maintain the Property in its present condition until the completion of the closing of the sale. Possession to be
            delivered to Buyer, subject to rights of present tenants, if any.
                 At the completion of the closing of the sale.
                 At                   a.m.   p.m. on the                    day after completion of the closing of the sale, during which time Seller
            will have the privilege to occupy the Property and hereby agrees to pay Buyer $                                          as an occupancy
            fee for this period payable at closing, WITHOUT PRORATION. Payment shall be made in the form of cash or certified funds.
            If Seller fails to deliver possession to Buyer on the agreed date, Seller shall become a tenant at sufferance and shall pay to Buyer as
            liquidated damages $                     per day plus all of the Buyer’s actual reasonable attorney's fees incurred in removing the Seller
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             If Seller occupies the Property after closing, Seller will pay all utilities during such occupancy. Buyer will maintain the structure and
             mechanical systems at the Property. However, any repairs or replacements necessitated by Seller’s misuse, abuse, or neglect of any
             portion of the Property will be Seller’s responsibility and expense.
             On the agreed delivery date, Seller shall deliver the Property free of trash and debris and in broom-clean condition, shall remove all
             personal property (unless otherwise stated in this or an additional written agreement), shall make arrangements for final payment on
             all utilities, and shall deliver all keys to Buyer. Exceptions:

        23. Earnest Money Deposit: For valuable consideration, Buyer gives Seller until                              12 pm                      (time) on
                     January 18, 2021            (date), to deliver the written acceptance of this offer and agrees that this offer, when accepted by
            Seller, will constitute a binding Agreement between Buyer and Seller. An Earnest Money Deposit in the amount of $ 1000 to be mailed hours
                                                                                                                                                      within 24

            shall be submitted to                                 Greenridge Realty, Caledonia                             (insert name of broker, title
            company, other) within 72 hours of the Effective Date of this Agreement, and shall be applied against the Purchase Price. If the Earnest
            Money Deposit is not received within 72 hours of the Effective Date or is returned for insufficient funds, Seller may terminate this
            Agreement until such time as the Earnest Money Deposit is received. If Seller terminates this Agreement under this provision, Seller
            waives any claim to the Earnest Money Deposit. If the sale is not closed due to a failure to satisfy a contingency for a reason other
            than the fault of Buyer, the Earnest Money Deposit shall be refunded to Buyer. If the sale is not closed as provided in this Agreement
            and Buyer and Seller do not agree to the disposition of the Earnest Money Deposit, then Buyer and Seller agree that the Broker holding
            the Earnest Money Deposit may notify Buyer and Seller, in writing, of Broker’s intended disposition of the Earnest Money Deposit. If
            Buyer and Seller do not object to such disposition in writing within fifteen (15) days after the date of Broker’s notice, they will be deemed
            to have agreed to Broker’s proposed disposition; if either Buyer or Seller object and no mutually agreeable disposition can be
            negotiated, Broker may deposit the funds by interpleader with a court of proper jurisdiction or await further actions by Buyer and Seller.
            In the event of litigation involving the deposit, in whole or in part, either the Seller or the Buyer that is not the prevailing party, as
            determined by the court, will reimburse the other for reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses incurred in connection with the litigation,
            and will reimburse the Broker for any reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses incurred in connection with any interpleader action
            instituted. If the entity holding the Earnest Money Deposit is not the Broker, then to the extent that the terms of any escrow agreement
            conflict with this paragraph, then the terms and conditions of the escrow agreement shall control.
        24. Professional Advice: Broker hereby advises Buyer and Seller to seek legal, tax, environmental and other appropriate professional
            advice relating to this transaction. Broker does not make any representations or warranties with respect to the advisability of, or the
            legal effect of this transaction. Buyer further acknowledges that REALTOR® above named in the Agreement hereby recommends to
            Buyer that an attorney be retained by Buyer to pass upon the marketability of the title and to ascertain that the required details of the
            sale are adhered to before the transaction is consummated. Buyer agrees that Buyer is not relying on any representation or statement
            made by Seller or any real estate salesperson (whether intentionally or negligently) regarding any aspect of the Property or this sale
            transaction, except as may be expressly set forth in this Agreement, a written amendment to this Agreement, or a disclosure statement
            separately signed by Seller.
        25. Disclosure of Information: Buyer and Seller acknowledge and agree that the Purchase Price, terms, and other details with respect
            to this transaction (when closed) are not confidential, will be disclosed to REALTORS® who participate in the applicable Multiple Listing
            Service, and may otherwise be used and/or published by that Multiple Listing Service in the ordinary course of its business.
        26. Other Provisions:

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        27. Mergers and Integrations: This Agreement is the final expression of the complete agreement of Buyer and Seller, and there are no
            oral agreements existing between Buyer and Seller relating to this transaction. This Agreement may be amended only in writing signed
            by Buyer and Seller and attached to this Agreement.
        28. Fax/Electronic Distribution and Electronic Signatures: Buyer and Seller agree that any signed copy of this Agreement, and any
            amendments or addendums related to this transaction, transmitted by facsimile or other electronic means shall be competent evidence
            of its contents to the same effect as an original signed copy. Buyer and Seller further agree that an electronic signature is the legal
            equivalent of a manual or handwritten signature, and consent to use of electronic signatures. Buyer and Seller agree that any notice(s)
            required or permitted under this Agreement may also be transmitted by facsimile or other electronic means.
        29. Wire Fraud: Seller and Buyer are advised that wire fraud is an increasingly common problem. If you receive any electronic
            communication directing you to transfer funds or provide nonpublic personal information (such as social security numbers, drivers’
            license numbers, wire instructions, bank account numbers, etc.), even if that electronic communication appears to be from the
            Broker, Title Company, or Lender, DO NOT reply until you have verified the authenticity of the email by direct communication with
            Broker, Title Company, or Lender. DO NOT use telephone numbers provided in the email. Such requests may be part of a scheme
            to steal funds or use your identity.

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        30. Buyer’s Approval and Acknowledgment: Buyer approves the terms of this offer and acknowledges receipt of a copy of this offer.
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                                                                                                                       Chad Huisman                               01/17/21 4:26 PM EST
             Buyer 1 Address                                                                                      X                                               YFEV-IYB5-WNIJ-ZTUQ    Buyer
             Buyer 1 Phone: (Res.)                                (Bus.)                                                                       Chad Huisman
                                                                                                                               Print name as you want it to appear on documents.
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             Buyer 2 Address                                                                                      X Alyssa Hamelin                                01/17/21 4:31 PM EST
                                                                                                                                                                  XYAA-WCJS-DJYX-GUIU    Buyer
             Buyer 2 Phone: (Res.)                                (Bus.)                                                                       Alyssa Hamelin
                                                                                                                               Print name as you want it to appear on documents.


        31. Seller’s Response: The above offer is approved:                    As written.               As written except:

              Sale Price to be $190000. Seller will pay $5000 concessions.




                                                01/19/2021                              9pm
            Counteroffer, if any, expires                                       , at                     (time). Seller has the right to withdraw this
            counteroffer and to accept other offers until Seller or Seller’s Agent has received notice of Buyer’s acceptance.
        32. Certification of Previous Disclosure Statement: Seller certifies to Buyer that the Property is currently in the same condition as
            disclosed in the Seller’s Disclosure Statement dated                            (check one): Yes No. Seller agrees to inform Buyer
            in writing of any changes in the content of the disclosure statement prior to closing.
        33. Notice to Seller: Seller understands that consummation of the sale or transfer of the Property described in this Agreement will not
            relieve Seller of any liability that Seller may have under the mortgages to which the Property is subject, unless otherwise agreed to by
            the lender or required by law or regulation. Buyer and Seller are advised that a Notice to Seller & Buyer of Underlying Mortgage form
            is available from the respective agents via the West Michigan REALTOR® Boards.
       34. Listing Office Address:                                                                                           Listing Broker License #
            Listing Agent Name:                            Mariana Murillo VanDam/Brent Cox                                   Listing Agent License #

        35. Seller’s Approval and Acknowledgment: Seller approves the terms of this Agreement and acknowledges receipt of a copy. If Seller’s
            response occurs after Buyer’s offer expires, then Seller’s response is considered a counteroffer and Buyer’s acceptance is required
            below.
                                                Frank Peterson
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            X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):
                                                                                                                          Is Seller a U.S. Citizen?      Yes      No*
                               Print name as you want it to appear on documents.

            X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):
                                                                                                                          Is Seller a U.S. Citizen?      Yes      No*
                                Print name as you want it to appear on documents.
            Seller’s Address:                                                               Seller’s Phone (Res.)                                        (Bus)
                            * If Seller(s) is not a U.S. Citizen, there may be tax implications and Buyer and Seller are advised to seek professional advice.

        36. Buyer’s Receipt/Acceptance: Buyer acknowledges receipt of Seller’s response to Buyer’s offer. In the event Seller’s response
            constitutes a counteroffer, Buyer accepts said counteroffer. All other terms and conditions in the offer remain unchanged.
                                                               Chad Huisman
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        37. Seller’s Receipt: Seller acknowledges receipt of Buyer’s acceptance of counter offer.
                                             Frank              Peterson
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                                                                              24 SUBD:CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT (OF 1903) SEC/TWN/RNG/MER:SEC 05
                           275 Mason ave, Muskegon, MI 49441                    TWN 9N RNG 17W CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 3 BLK 391

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                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021                 Title: Annex Lease Extension – Mercy Health

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                              Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization extend the lease agreement with Mercy Health at the
Arena Annex Building for one additional year.

Detailed Summary: Mercy Health currently leases space for a sports rehabilitation and physical therapy
office. Mercy Health has occupied the space for five years. The city assumed the lease in 2018 when Ima
Jam, Inc. terminated their master lease with the City. Mercy is seeking to extend their lease for an
additional year. The lease agreement, in combination with a licensing agreement allowing Mercy staff to
train patients in the facility, generates between $50,000 and $75,000 annually for the facility.

Amount Requested: None at this time                     Amount Budgeted: $0

Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A                              Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A

Recommended Motion: Approve the lease extension and authorize the City Manager to sign

Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.        Fire Dept.       IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
     FIRST AMENDMENT TO TENANT LEASE AGREEMENT
         This First Amendment to Tenant Lease Agreement (the “Amendment”) is made and entered into
as of this ____ day of January 2021 (such date, the “Effective Date”), by and between City of Muskegon,
a Michigan municipal corporation whose address is 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49443
(“Landlord”), and Mercy Health Partners, a Michigan nonprofit corporation, whose address is 200
Jefferson SE, Grand Rapids, Michigan, Attention: Real Estate (“Tenant”).

                                                 RECITALS:

         A.      Imajam, Inc. as Landlord and Mercy Health Partners as Tenant entered in that certain
Sublease Agreement, dated December 21, 2015 as assigned to City of Muskegon as Landlord by that certain
Assignment of Lease dated September 1, 2018 (together the "Lease"), regarding the lease by Landlord to
Tenant of certain 1,155 useable square foot Premises located in the building having a common address of
955 4th Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49440, as such Premises is more particularly described in the Lease.

         B.      Landlord and Tenant acknowledge that a lease amendment must have a term length of a
not less than one (1) year.

         C.       Landlord and Tenant desire to modify the Lease, as hereinafter set forth.

                                                AGREEMENTS:

        NOW, THEREFORE, for good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which
is hereby acknowledged, Landlord and Tenant agree as follows:

           1. Extension of Term. The term of this Lease is hereby extended as follows: for one (1) year
through January 31, 2022. Tenant has four (4) successive options to extend the term of this Lease for
additional periods of one (1) year each (individually an “Extension Period,” and collectively “Extension
Periods), each such Extension Period to begin, respectively, upon the expiration of the term of this Lease
as it may have been extended, and the same terms and conditions as set forth in this Lease will apply to
each such Extension Period.

            2. Landlord Disclosure. Landlord hereby represents and warrants to Tenant that, in Exhibit
1 attached hereto and incorporated herein by reference, Landlord has fully and completely disclosed to
Tenant whether any physician or immediate family member of a physician has an ownership interest in
Landlord and, if so, the full name and address of any such physician(s) and any such immediate family
member(s) and their relationship to such physician(s), as such terms are defined, from time to time, by the
physician self-referral law commonly referred to as the Stark Law. Within ten (10) days following any
occurrence that causes Landlord's disclosure in Exhibit 1 to become inaccurate, Landlord shall provide to
Tenant notice of such change, which such notice shall identify any such changes and contain the information
required under this Section 2.

              3. Miscellaneous.

                 a.       All capitalized terms not defined in this Amendment shall have the same meaning
         ascribed to those terms in this Lease.

                 b.       Except as specifically modified hereby, the Lease shall continue in full force and
         effect and is hereby ratified and confirmed as amended by this Amendment. In the event of any


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         conflict between the terms of this Amendment and the terms of the Lease, the terms of this
         Amendment shall govern and control.

                  c.       This Amendment may be executed in one or more counterparts by the different
         parties to this Amendment, each of which shall be deemed an original, and all of which together
         shall constitute one and the same document. Signatures to this Amendment that are transmitted via
         facsimile, electronically, or by PDF shall be deemed to constitute original signatures.

              4. Authority. Landlord and Tenant each hereby represents to the other that it is an entity duly
formed and validly existing and in good standing under the laws of its State of organization and qualified to do
business in the state in which the Premises are located, and that the execution this Amendment will not result
in or constitute a default or event that would be, or with notice or the lapse of time would be, a default, breach,
or violation of the organizational instruments governing it or any agreement or any order or decree of any court
or other governmental authority to which it is a party or to which it is subject, and that the individuals executing
this Amendment on its behalf have the authority to do so.

         IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have executed this Amendment as of the day and
year first above written.


                                                [END OF TEXT]




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       SIGNATURE PAGE TO AMENDMENT TO TENANT LEASE AGREEMENT

                                                BY AND BETWEEN

                                    City of Muskegon, AS LANDLORD

                                                     AND

                                  Mercy Health Partners, AS TENANT




                                                       LANDLORD:

                                                       City of Muskegon
                                                       a Michigan municipal corporation




                                                       By: __________________________________
                                                           Frank Peterson
                                                           City Manager




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       SIGNATURE PAGE TO AMENDMENT TO TENANT LEASE AGREEMENT

                                                BY AND BETWEEN

                                    City of Muskegon, AS LANDLORD

                                                     AND

                                  Mercy Health Partners, AS TENANT


                                                       TENANT:

                                                       Mercy Health Partners
                                                       A Michigan nonprofit corporation




                                                       Its Chief Financial Officer




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                                                EXHIBIT 1

                         DISCLOSURE OF PHYSICIAN AND PHYSICIAN
                          IMMEDIATE FAMILY MEMBER INTERESTS

None




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                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021               Title: Environmental Work – Former
                                                        Farmers Market Site

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                            Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: Staff is seeking approval to hire Soils and Structures to provide geotechnical
investigation services at the former farmers markets site.

Detailed Summary. This site was originally included in a city pilot program to build a mix of housing
types to attract residents at various income levels. The original plan called for 53+ rental units –
some single-family structures and some multi-family structures. In an effort to meet the community’s
goal of focusing on single family houses in lieu of duplexes and multiplexes, the proposed program
has been scaled back to include a total of 21 single family houses and no duplexes or multiplexes.
As part of this change, we are focusing greater attention on the soil quality of the remaining building
sites before moving forward with the project. Staff has received pricing from two well-qualified
environmental service providers that have significant history working on the site. The lowest
responsible bidder was Soils and Structures at $15,890.00. The work will be qualified for
reimbursement in the scattered site brownfield program.



Amount Requested: $15,890.00                          Amount Budgeted: $0

Fund(s) or Account(s): Brownfield                     Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A

Recommended Motion: Approve the expense of $15,890 to complete geotechnical investigation
services at the former farmers market site.
August 28, 2020



City of Muskegon
933 Terrace Street
Muskegon, Michigan 49440

Attention:            Mr. Frank Peterson

Regarding:            Market Square Muskegon
                      Geotechnical Investigation
                      Muskegon, Michigan

Dear Mr. Peterson:

Soils & Structures, Inc. is pleased to present a quotation for geotechnical engineering services for the above
referenced project.

Geotechnical Services
A total of twenty two (22) test borings are proposed to evaluate the underlying soil conditions for the
development of the proposed Market Square Muskegon located at the former Farmer’s Market site in
Muskegon, Michigan. Tentatively, test boring depths of twenty (20.0) feet is proposed for a total of four
hundred forty (440.0) feet of drilling and testing. The test boring locations are anticipated to be accessible.

Soil borings will be backfilled with cuttings and/or bentonite chips. Soil borings performed in asphalt or
concrete will be patched with appropriate material. Excess cuttings will be disposed on site. We assume no
other restoration will be necessary.

Laboratory tests will be performed, as appropriate, on representative samples of the soil. The anticipated
laboratory tests include classification, water content, and sieve tests.

The report will be prepared by a registered geotechnical engineer and will include the following information.

        A description of the tests performed
        Discussion of the surface and subsurface conditions including groundwater conditions
        Recommendations for site and pad preparation
        Recommendations for foundations formed / earth formed / foam formed
        Provide foundation designs for i1440 and v2260 plans
        Recommendations for quality control testing
            Quotation
            The proposed fees for the above scope of services are:

                  Mobilization of Drill Rig                                                $         950.00
                  Drilling, Sampling, & Testing per ASTM D 1586
                   - Initial 440.0 feet of drilling                                         $       6,820.00
                   - Added drilling per foot                                                $          15.50
                  Engineering Letter & Foundation Designs                                  $       5,000.00
                  Field Engineering & Miss Dig                                             $         550.00
                  Laboratory Testing                                                       $       2,570.00

            Total                                                                           $    15,890.00

Based on the above scope of services the estimated cost of the investigation is Fifteen Thousand Eight
Hundred Ninety Dollars ($ 15,890.00).

Soils & Structures will contact Miss Dig utility locate service to identify any public utilities in the vicinity prior
to mobilizing to the site. The owner is responsible for locating their private utilities. We request that you
coordinate with the owner to locate any private utilities on site that are not part of the Miss Dig system.
Soils & Structures will not be responsible for damage to unmarked private utilities.

If requested Soils & Structures will contract ground penetrating radar (GPR) service for an additional cost
not included in the proposal, to locate private utilities.

We look forward to being of service to you. Please contact our office with any questions you may have.

Sincerely,
Soils & Structures, Inc.



Jon K. Erickson
Director of Field Operations
JKE/je
                     CONFIRMATION OF AND AGREEMENT FOR THE PROVISION OF
                               LIMITED PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
                                      (Notice of Furnishing)

 Design Professional             Soils & Structures, Inc.         Client:      City of Muskegon
 Firm:                           6480 Grand Haven Road                         933 Terrace Street
                                 Muskegon, Michigan 49441                      Muskegon, Michigan 49440

 Agreement Date:                 August 28, 2020

 Project Name:                   Market Square Muskegon

 Project Location:               Muskegon, Michigan

 Scope and Limit of Services:
                                        Soil Borings & Engineering Report including Foundation Designs




 Fee Arrangement:           Work to be invoiced according to the proposal dated August 28, 2020.

          ESTIMATED COST OF TESTING = $ 15,890.00

 Special Conditions: None

 Prepared By:

 David W. Hohmeyer, P.E. / President                            The Terms and Conditions form is part of the
 (printed name/title)                                           Agreement

 Offered By:                                                    Accepted By**:

 Soils & Structures, Inc.
 (Professional Firm)                                            (Client/Company)

 Jon K. Erickson / Director of Field Operations
 (printed name/title)                                           (printed name/title)



                                       8/28/20
 (signature)                           (date)                   (signature)              (date)


**Due to time constraints imposed on Soils & Structures, Inc. to begin or complete portions of the work this
agreement is assumed to be accepted without a signature based on verbal instructions to proceed with the
work. The agreement is also assumed to have been accepted based acceptance of the work product and its
use for design, financing, permits and /or construction. Terms and Conditions may be negotiated prior to
submission or use of the work product.




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                                              TERMS and CONDITIONS

   Project:     Market Square Muskegon                                    Agreement Date:         August 28, 2020

The Firm shall perform the services outlined in this agreement for the stated fee arrangement.

Site Access:
Unless otherwise stated, the Firm will have access to the site for activities necessary for the performance of the services.
The Firm will take precautions to minimize damage due to these activities, but have not included in the fee the cost of
restoration of any resulting damage.

Dispute Resolution:
Any claims or disputes made during design, construction or post-construction between the Client and Firm shall be
submitted to binding arbitration in accordance with the Construction Industry rules of the American Arbitration
Association and any arbitration award so granted shall be specifically enforced by any Circuit Court in Michigan. Client
and Firm agree to include a similar arbitration agreement with all contracts, subcontractors, sub-consultants, suppliers or
fabricators, thereby providing for binding arbitration as the primary method for dispute resolution between all parties.

Billings & Payments:
Invoices for the Firm’s services shall be submitted, at the Firm’s option, either upon completion of such services or on a
monthly basis. Invoices shall be payable within 15 days after client’s receipt from its client’s payment for the firm’s
services. If the invoice has not been paid within 15 days of when payment is due, the Firm may, without waiving any claim
or right against the Client, and without liability whatsoever to the Client, terminate the performance of the service.
Retainers shall be credited on the final invoice.

Late Payments:
Accounts unpaid 30 days after the invoice date may be subject to a monthly service charge of 1.5% (or the legal rate) on
the then unpaid balance. In the event any portion or all of an account remains unpaid 90 days after billing, the Client shall
pay all costs of collection, including reasonable attorney’s fees.

Indemnification:
The Firm shall, to the fullest extent permitted by law, indemnify and hold harmless the Client, his or her officers, directors,
employees, agents and sub-consultants from and against all damage, liability and cost, including reasonable attorney’s
fees and defense costs, arising out of the negligent performance by any of the parties previously named of the services
under this agreement.

Certification, Guarantees and Warranties:
The Firm shall not be required to execute any document that would result in their certifying, guaranteeing or warranting
the existence of conditions whose existence the Firm cannot ascertain.

Limitation of Liability:
 In recognition of the relative risks, rewards and benefits of the project to both the Client and the Firm, the risks have been
allocated such that the Client agrees that, to the fullest extent permitted by law, the Firm’s total liability to the Client for
any and all injuries, claims, losses, expenses, damages or claim expenses arising out of this agreement from any cause or
causes, shall not exceed the lesser of 10 x Soils & Structure’s fee or $10,000. Such causes include, but are not limited
to; the Firm’s negligence, errors, omissions, strict liability, breach of contract or breach of warranty.

Termination of Services:
This agreement may be terminated by the Client or the Firm should the other fail to perform its obligations hereunder. In
the event of termination, the Client shall pay the Firm for all services rendered to the date of termination, all reimbursable
expenses, and reimbursable termination expenses.

Ownership of Documents:
All documents produced by the Firm under this agreement shall be the property of the Client.

Insurance:
During the performance of its services, the Firm shall maintain Commercial General Liability insurance, Automobile
Liability Insurance, and Workers Compensation insurance with the limits set out of the certificate of Insurance attached
hereto.

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                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021                 Title: Management Agreement- Watermark

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                              Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: City Staff is proposing the attached development agreement with the developers of the
Watermark Center.

Detailed Summary: The developer is seeking to add additional marijuana-related uses to the three-parcel
development site. The goal of addition the marijuana uses is to attract an anchor tenant for the industrial
components of the building and leverage funding for the renovation of the mixed-use residential portions
of the property. Staff feels that this is the best opportunity to ensure redevelopment of the site. The
proposed development agreement sets timelines for redevelopment of the site, standards for job creation,
and minimums for investment value. The project is expected to generate a $40 Million investment and
save the structures from further decline. The City will have the ability to impose a consent special
assessment on the property in the event that the develop fails to meet the terms of the agreement.

Amount Requested: N/A                                    Amount Budgeted: $0

Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A                               Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A

Recommended Motion: Authorize the City Manager sign the development agreement.

Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.        Fire Dept.       IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                            DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT
                              WATERMARK CENTER


       THIS DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is made on ________________,
2021, by and between the CITY OF MUSKEGON, a municipal corporation, whose address is 933
Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49441 ("City") and P&G HOLDINGS NY, LLC, a New York
limited liability company, whose address is 3811 13th Avenue, Brooklyn, New York 11218
("Company").

                                          Recitals:

      A.     The City has established a Marijuana Overlay District. The Company desires to
             expand the overlay district to include 965 West Western Avenue, 920 Washington
             Avenue, and 1330 Division Street (collectively, the “Property”), with the expanded
             area to be known as the “Watermark Center Marijuana Overlay District.”
      B.     The Company seeks to develop property within the Watermark Center Marijuana
             Overlay District. The City deems this Agreement to constitute a necessary element
             in the City's determination regarding the creation of the Watermark Center
             Marijuana Overlay District.
      C.     The Company intends to develop the Property by constructing or renovate multiple
             buildings to accommodate marijuana growing, processing, and provisioning, as
             well as other non-marijuana retail spaces and approximately 150 market rate
             residential units. The Company understands that the City relies upon the assurances
             of the Company in this Agreement as an inducement to develop the Property as
             described herein.

    NOW THEREFORE THE PARTIES, INCORPORATING THE ABOVE RECITALS,
AGREE:

      1.     DOCUMENTS ATTACHED. Included in this Agreement are the following
documents which have been collected and relied upon by the parties:

             1.1    Exhibit A containing a detailed Site Plan for this project.

             1.2    Exhibit B containing a Consent Special Assessment for this project.

       2.       COMPANY AGREEMENT. The Company agrees to the following commitments
which it shall perform in a timely and reasonably acceptable manner:

             2.1    Execution of the Consent Special Assessment attached as Exhibit B,
      simultaneously with execution of this Agreement, and delivery of both to the City.

             2.2   Construction or renovation of buildings as indicated in Exhibit A subject to
      review and modification by the City Planning Commission or City Commission. The



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      design and landscaping of the site shall be subject to the approval of the City and in
      compliance with the City’s Marijuana Overlay District requirements.

             2.3    The completion of new investment after January 1, 2021 in the amount of
      approximately Twenty-Five to Thirty Million Dollars ($25,000,000 to $30,000,000) (the
      "Investment Objective") by no later than April 30, 2024.

              2.4     The completion of new creation or cause to create at least fifty (50) new
      jobs at the Property after January 1, 2021 (the "Employment Objective") by no later than
      April 30, 2024. This number will include the transfer of jobs from other municipalities.
      Transferred jobs from another location in the City will be counted, but limited to one
      transferred job within the City per one newly created job.

              2.5    The construction of approximately One-Hundred Fifty (150) new market
      rate housing units (the “Housing Objective”) no later than April 30, 2024, subject to any
      revisions approved under Section 2.2 above.

             2.6     Cooperation with City representatives to supply all requested and required
      documentation necessary in the City's reasonable judgment to determine compliance with
      the undertakings set forth in this Agreement and its attachments.

              2.7    The Company shall take all required precautions to avoid the release of any
      hazardous substance in violation of any environmental law on its premises, and shall report
      any releases to the appropriate authority in a timely and complete manner as required by
      law, providing copies of said documentation to the City. Subject to its rights to contest any
      proposed orders and actions, the Company shall comply with all orders and actions of any
      governmental agency having authority.

             2.8     During the Term of this Agreement, the Company shall use best efforts to
      maintain the improvements at the Property in a manner that will minimize physical or
      functional obsolescence.

        3.     CITY AGREEMENT. The City agrees to the following commitments which it
shall perform in a timely and reasonably acceptable manner:

             3.1     Release of the Consent Special Assessment attached as Exhibit B following
      the expiration of the Term of the Agreement.

              3.2    Support by way of expediting reviews and consideration for any necessary
      site plan modifications required to be reviewed by the City Planning Commission or City
      Commission.

              3.3    Support by way of expediting all necessary and applicable permitting of the
      project.




                                               2
        4.     EVENTS OF DEFAULT. The following actions or failures to comply, subject to
events of force majeure, shall be considered events of default by the Company or City unless
otherwise waived by the parties or cured within thirty (30) days after receipt of written notice from
the notifying party of such act or failure to comply, and after any appeals thereafter have been
exhausted.

                4.1    Company or City’s failure to meet one or more of the commitments set forth
       above.

               4.2    Company’s failure to redevelop the Property in accordance with the Site
       Plan attached as Exhibit A, subject to any approved modifications pursuant to Section 2.2.

              4.3    Company’s failure to deliver to the City the documentation and reporting
       reasonably required.

              4.4     City’s failure to expedite reviews and consideration for Site Plan
       modifications.

               4.5     Company’s failure to satisfy the Investment Objective, or the Employment
       Objective, or the Housing Objective, or expend the funds on improvements as represented
       in the attachments within the timelines outlined herein.

               4.6     During the Term of this Agreement, Company’s closing, or substantial
       closing, of operations within the Watermark Center Marijuana Overlay District. Without
       limitation, closing includes removing operations to a location or locations outside the City,
       abandonment of the buildings, or other actions which result in a substantial loss of
       residents, jobs, or production in the Watermark Center Marijuana Overlay District.

                4.7    The bankruptcy or insolvency of the Company.

               4.8     Subject to the Company's right to contest any taxes or special assessments,
       the failure to pay any taxes other than those exempted by formal action of the Muskegon
       City Commission, and the failure to timely pay any special assessments levied on the
       Company's property after levy or final appeal.

               4.9     The City’s failure to release the Consent Special Assessment following
       expiration of the Term of this Agreement.

       5.       REMEDIES ON DEFAULT.

               5.1     Company. In the event of a default by Company as specified in Section 4
       above and after investigation of the facts and a public hearing, if appropriate, the Company
       agrees that the City may impose a Consent Special Assessment, as attached as Exhibit B,
       on the Property equal to $150,000. The Exhibit B will be executed at the same time as this
       Agreement and recorded against the Property but will not be imposed unless there is a
       default by the Company.



                                                 3
               5.2     City. In the event of a default by City as specified in Section 3 above and
       after investigation of the facts and a public hearing, if appropriate, the City agrees to release
       the Consent Special Assessment, as attached as Exhibit B, on the Property.

        6.     Term. This Agreement shall become effective upon the full execution and expire
forty-eight (48) months after the formal creation and authorization of the Watermark Center
Marijuana Overlay District.

        7.     Governing Law. This Agreement shall be construed and enforced in accordance
with the Laws of the State of Michigan applicable to contracts made and to be performed within
the State of Michigan.

      8.      Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in one or more counterparts.
Notwithstanding such execution all such counterparts shall constitute one and the same
Agreement.

        9.     Benefit. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the
respective parties, their successors and personal representatives. Except as so provided, there is
no third-party beneficiary intended upon the execution of this Agreement.

      10.     Effective Date. This Agreement shall be effective on the date this Development
Agreement is fully executed.

        11.     Invalidity. In the event any provision of this agreement is declared invalid by a
court or tribunal having competent jurisdiction, the remainder of the agreement shall remain in full
force and effect.

                                               CITY OF MUSKEGON,
                                               a municipal corporation


                                               By
                                                    Stephen Gawron, Mayor


                                               and
                                                     Ann Meisch, MMC, Clerk


                                               Dated: _____________, 2004


                                               P&G HOLDINGS NY, LLC
                                               a New York limited liability company




                                                    4
By
         Moses Gross, Its Manager



Dated: ______________, 2021




     5
                                                                                              DRAFT
                                                                                             01/26/2021


                                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                          SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL


                            P & G Holdings NY, LLC Special Assessment District

        The undersigned, pursuant to the direction of the City Commission, and based upon the
request and consent of P & G Holdings NY, LLC, hereby levies a special assessment on the
property described in Schedule A attached hereto, commonly referred to as the Watermark
Buildings, formerly the Shaw Walker Bui8lding. The following properties are hereby assessed
for the said costs:

OWNER                                                                PROPERTY NO.                  ASSESSMENT
                                                                                                      (Total)


       Payment of the Special Assessment. The Special Assessment shall become due and
payable if P & G Holdings NY, LLC fails to comply with its obligations pursuant to the
Development Agreement between it and the City, executed on or about January ____, 2021.

        Acceleration. The entire balance of the assessment shall become due and payable upon
the City declaring a Default of the Development Agreement between it and the City, executed on
or about January ____, 2021, with interest to accrue thereafter at the amount set by the City’s
Charter.

       Deposit and Investment of Assessment Payments. Assessment payment(s) received shall
be held and used by the City in such funds as it may so choose.

                                                      Certification
                                                    Board of Assessors

       Donna VanderVries, Assessor for the City of Muskegon, does hereby certify that a
majority of the Board of Assessors has met and approved the above special assessment roll.

                                                                     ____________________________
                                                                     Donna VanderVries, Assessor
                                                                     City of Muskegon

                                                        Certification




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       The above special assessment roll was confirmed on __________, 2021, at a regular
meeting held at the City Hall. 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.

Date: ____________, 2021                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                                     By___________________________
                                                                       Ann Marie Meisch, Its Clerk


                                               Endorsement and Warrant

        The above special assessment roll was confirmed on _____________, 2021, and is
hereby endorsed. Warrant is hereby issued to the City Treasurer to collect same in accordance
with its terms.

Date: _______ ____, 2021                                             CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                                     By____________________________
                                                                       Stephen Gawron, Its Mayor


                                            Consent to Special Assessment

       The Special Assessment approved by the City Commission for the City of Muskegon is
being done based upon the request of P & G Holdings NY, LLC, owner of all property described
in Schedule A.


                                                                     By_____________________________
                                                                       __________________________
                                                                       Its ________________________




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                                                     SCHEDULE "A"

                                                   Property Description




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WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN



                                                                                                                           The former Shaw Walker Furniture Factory
                                                                                                                           is now the Watermark Center. Situated on
                                                                                                                           approximately 23 acres and built in 1912,
                                                                                                                           the Watermark is a million square-feet,
                                                                                                                           mixed-use development in Muskegon,
                                                                                                                           Michigan.

                                     WEST W
                                                           ESTERN
                                                                    AVENUE
    FRANKLIN STREET




                                                                             DIVISION STREET




                                                                                                            HENRY STREET
                         MICHIGAN AVENUE
                                           HUDSON STREET




                      WASHINGTON AVENUE                                                        WASHINGTON AVENUE



                                                                                                                                                   THE SITE
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN



                                                                                                                           In 2017, sections of the property that
                                                                                                                           were not salvageable were demolished.
                                                                                                                           The demolition included the abatement of
                                                                                                                           such hazards as asbestos and lead, in
                                                                                                                           order to make the remainder of the site a
                                                                                                                           safe environment. These areas will make
                                                                                                                           way for some of the development
                                     WEST W                                                                                project’s future phases.
                                                           ESTERN
                                                                    AVENUE
    FRANKLIN STREET




                                                                             DIVISION STREET




                                                                                                            HENRY STREET
                         MICHIGAN AVENUE
                                           HUDSON STREET




                      WASHINGTON AVENUE                                                        WASHINGTON AVENUE



                                                                                                                                              DEMOLITION
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
PHASE 1 - COMPLETE - WATERMARK LOFT CONDOMINIUMS
53 market-rate residential 1, 2, & 3 bedroom units. Two Commercial spaces occupied by Watermark Offices
and The Coffee Factory. The Watermark Lofts represent a $12 million investment.


                                                                                                                                                        The Watermark Lofts are market rate
                                                                                                                                                        residential condominium units. All 53
                                                                                                                                                        units are currently occupied with a waiting
                                                                                                                                                        list. The Watermark Lofts feature grand,
                                                                                                                                                        interior columns, 8' wall to wall windows,
                                                                                                                                                        12' ceilings, hardwood floors and open
                                                                                                                                                        floor plans.
                                                 WEST W
                                                                         ESTERN
                                                                                  AVENUE
           FRANKLIN STREET




                                                                                                          DIVISION STREET




                                                                                                                                         HENRY STREET
                                MICHIGAN AVENUE
                                                         HUDSON STREET




                                                                             1


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                                                                                                                                                               WATERMARK LOFTS
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
PHASE 2 - COMPLETE - WATERMARK 920 EVENT AND CONFERENCE CENTER
Watermark 920 represents a $1.2 million investment in the property.



                                                                                                                                                Watermark 920 is an event venue
                                                                                                                                                specializing in private events, weddings,
                                                                                                                                                fundraisers, concerts and corporate
                                                                                                                                                events. We are currently booking in
                                                                                                                                                excess of 100 major events a year.


                                                 WEST W
                                                                          ESTERN
                                                                                   AVENUE
           FRANKLIN STREET




                                                                                            DIVISION STREET




                                                                                                                           HENRY STREET
                                MICHIGAN AVENUE
                                                          HUDSON STREET




                                                                                      2


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                                                                                                                                          WATERMARK 920 EVENT CENTER
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
The Coffee Factory represents another $150,000 investment in the project.




                                                                                                                                         Housed in the Watermark Lofts, The
                                                                                                                                         Coffee Factory proudly represents and
                                                                                                                                         serves MadCap Coffee alongside a
                                                                                                                                         scrumptious menu of specialty drinks,
                                                                                                                                         baked goods and house made deli items.


                                                 WEST W
                                                                         ESTERN
                                                                                  AVENUE
           FRANKLIN STREET




                                                                                           DIVISION STREET




                                                                                                                          HENRY STREET
                                MICHIGAN AVENUE
                                                         HUDSON STREET




                                                                             1


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                                                                                                                                             THE COFFEE FACTORY
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
PHASE 3, 4, 5 - FUTURE DEVELOPMENT


                                                                                                                            The future phases of the project will bring
                                                                                                                            the remainder of Watermark Living to
                                                                                                                            fruition. Buildings 3, 4, and 5 have been
                                                                                                                            earmarked to complete our vision.

                                                                                                                            The Southern and Northern portions of
                                                                                                                            Building 3 will be, approximately, another
                                      WEST W                                                                                one-hundred units on floors three through
                                                            ESTERN
                                                                     AVENUE                                                 five with additional retail amenities on the
                                                                                                                            first two floors. The completion of Building
                                                                                                                            3 provides for a beautifully manicured
                                                                                                                            courtyard space that will be exclusive for
                                                                                                                            the Watermark Living residents to enjoy.

                                                                                                                            Building 4 is Watermark Living’s “Hub”.
     FRANKLIN STREET




                                                                                                                            The Hub will be the connection point
                                                                       4




                                                                              DIVISION STREET
                                                               5                                                            between Buildings 3 and 5 and will contain




                                                                                                             HENRY STREET
                                                                                                                            many of the exclusive communal amenities
                                                                                                                            we will be offering to the residents of
                          MICHIGAN AVENUE                                                                                   Watermark Living. The first floor will be
                                                                                                                            reserved for retail while the upper three
                                            HUDSON STREET




                                                                                                                            floors accommodate a communal living
                                                                        3                                                   experience complete with a game room,
                                                                                                                            library, theater and a gathering/meeting
                                                                                                                            area, followed by a rooftop lounge with
                                                                                                                            gorgeous views of Muskegon Lake.

                                                                                                                            Building 5 rounds out the balance of the
                                                                                                                            Watermark Living residences. Floors two
                                                                                                                            through five will be solely for residential
                       WASHINGTON AVENUE                                                        WASHINGTON AVENUE           units.




                                                                                                                                  WATERMARK LIVING
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
PHASE 3


                       BUILDING 3
                       TYPICAL FLOORPLAN




                          WATERMARK LIVING
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
PHASE 3


                       BUILDING 3
                       NORTH ELEVATION




                          WATERMARK LIVING
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
PHASE 3


                       BUILDING 3
                       1ST FLOOR - COMMERCIAL




                          WATERMARK LIVING
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
PHASE 6


                                                                                                                           BUILDING 6
                                                                                                                           In 2005, Tikun Olam was born as a philan-
                                                                                                                           thropic venture for Israeli cancer patients
                                                                                                                           and PTSD sufferers to experience the
                                                                                                                           benefits of cannabis. in 2015, Tikun
                                     WEST W                                                                                brought their brand to the US markets and
                                                           ESTERN                                                          in 2020 targeted Watermark as a possible
                                                                    AVENUE                                                 site.
                                                            6                                                              Learn more about Tikun Olam here:
                                                                                                                           www.tikunolam.com
    FRANKLIN STREET




                                                                             DIVISION STREET




                                                                                                            HENRY STREET
                         MICHIGAN AVENUE
                                           HUDSON STREET




                      WASHINGTON AVENUE                                                        WASHINGTON AVENUE



                                                                                                                                              TIKUN OLAM
WATERMARK MASTERPLAN
CONTACT INFORMATION


                                        New York Office
                                     Moses Gross, CEO
                                           ANM Group
                                    3811 13th Avenue
                                   Brooklyn NY 11218
                                   Tel: 888-750-6100
                                Direct: 718-907-4100
                             moses@anmrealestate.com
                                   www.anmgroup.com

                                          Michigan Office
                                  Sarah Sass, President
                                     Watermark Center
                       930 Washington Avenue Suite 1A
                                  Muskegon, MI 49441
                             Tel: 231-727-0805x4206
                                    Cell: 231-736-4467
                          sarah@watermarkcenter.com
                           www.watermark center.com
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: January 26th, 2021             Title: City Hall Building HVAC Controls

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                 Department: Public Works

Brief Summary: Authorize staff to approve a contract with Smart Building Services (SBS) to
replace and upgrade the failing City Hall HVAC control system.

Detailed Summary:
The existing heating and cooling control system for City Hall is old, obsolete, and becoming unreliable.
Parts are no longer readily available for it and it does not allow newer technologies to be utilized, like
texting and emailing alarms.

Three proposals were collected by staff for a budgeted upgrade to the system. The proposal from SBS
though not the low bidder is being recommended by staff as the best value system. The proposal from
SBS includes open source software, and a non-proprietary control system, which is preferred by staff.
In addition the SBS proposal includes the work to apply for and work on the City’s behave for rebates
from DTE and Consumers Energy. The SBS proposal also includes training and warranty allocations
not mentioned in the other proposals.

In addition SBS included Alternate #1, which includes a Smart Energy Management System (EMS)
Server. This server could be used in the future as a central location for monitoring and controlling other
city owned buildings allowing for further improvements. Staff is also recommending acceptance of the
Alternate bid item.

Base Bid Quotes were received as follows:

Smart Building Services:    $39,764.00 – REBATE ($21,482) = NET $18,282
Johnson Controls:           $32,379.00 – REBATE ($17,610) = NET $14,769
Control Resource            $84,400.00 – REBATE ($21,400) = NET $63,000


Amount Requested: $ 42,264.00                         Amount Budgeted: $60,000

Fund(s) or Account(s): 101-92019-5346                 Fund(s) or Account(s): 101-92019-5346

Recommended Motion:
Authorize staff to approve the proposal from SBS inclusive of Alternate #001 for removal, purchase
and installation of new HVAC control system for City Hall building, provided that no contract will be
signed or paid until SBS has secured applicable rebates from Consumers Energy and DTE Energy
on behalf of the City.
Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                                                                    (616) 784-2227
                                                                                Fax (616) 785-7900
                                                                                 5800 Safety Drive
                                                                                 Belmont, MI 49306
   Your Tridium Open Systems, Honeywell & Johnson Controls Solutions Provider
                       Exclusively Commercial & Industrial
January 13, 2021                                                   Quote#2020-0113


Attn: Terry Spyke
Muskegon City Hall
933 Terrace St
Muskegon, MI 49440

Project: Remove existing JCI Metasys system and replace with nonproprietary controls
Replacement of the existing proprietary controls system. The current system is a Johnson
Controls Metasys system. Control Resource plans to replace the existing controls with a non-
proprietary Honeywell Spyder controls system. The new system will consist of a JACE that will
supervise the field controllers and provide remote and local access to the system and
graphics.

The intention of this project is to provide the City of Muskegon with the ability to control
all their HVAC equipment from any web enable device. The new system will be HTML5 based so
that the operator will be able to access the system from a computer, tablet, or phone without
additional applications. A floor plan will be developed from the existing building drawings.
From the floor plan the user will have the ability to drill down to each unitary piece of
equipment and adjust setpoints. The JACE also allows for future expansion into other building
systems such as lighting and card key access.

In addition, there are rebates available from the local utility providers. Assuming the gas
provider is DTE and the electrical provider is Consumers Energy the approximate combined
rebate for a failed BMS system is $0.368/sqft. The approximate sqft of City Hall 58,736 sqft.
The total possible incentive for this project is $21,614.00. This is subject to review by the
utilities. Control Resource will assist with the completion of all necessary paperwork.

Assumptions and/or Exceptions:
  1. Customer will assist in providing an IT drop to the JACE for web-based access.

  2.   Our price assumes existing wiring, actuators, sensors, variable frequency drives, and
       valves are good working order. We are planning to re-use. If any are found to be
       inoperable, a replacement will be quoted as an extra to this project.


       Our price for this project is:                              $84,400.00
       Utility incentives for this project:                        $21,614.00

       Total cost after rebate:                                    $62,786.00

Thank you for the opportunity to be of assistance.   Feel free to call with any questions or
concerns.

Respectfully,

Kurt Charles
Mobile # 616-970-5315
Email: kcharles@hurstind.com
                                                                                  (616) 784-2227
                                                                              Fax (616) 785-7900
                                                                               5800 Safety Drive
                                                                               Belmont, MI 49306
  Your Tridium Open Systems, Honeywell & Johnson Controls Solutions Provider
                      Exclusively Commercial & Industrial

Project: Demand Control Ventilation (Voluntary Alternate)
When Control Resource looks at adding or updating controls, we look for ways the customer can
save energy. One easy solution is Demand Control Ventilation. The basic idea here is to bring
in less fresh air to the building in times of lower occupancy. Control Resource would monitor
the RA for CO2 levels. High levels suggest that there are more people breathing in the space.
So, on an increase in CO2 more outdoor air is introduced to the building. When CO2 is low the
outdoor air damper is closed reducing the energy required to heat or cool the incoming air.

For this project there is also incentive available from the utilities based on the sqft of the
building. In this case the combined incentive for DCV is $0.06/sqft. Using the approximate
sqft of the building 58,736 sqft the incentive would be $3,524.00. The utilities will only pay
up to 75% of the total project cost.

     Our price for this project is:                               $2,700.00
     Utility incentives for this project (only pay up to 75%):    $2,025.00

     Total cost after rebate:                                     $675.00
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 1-26-2021                    Title: Social District Permit recommendation

Submitted By: Dave Alexander                          Department: Economic Development

Brief Summary: The City Commission must recommend approval of the Michigan Liquor Control
Commission permits of participating licensed establishments in the Downtown Muskegon Social
District.

Detailed Summary: With the establishment of the Downtown Muskegon Social District,
participating licensed establishments must receive a Social District permit from the Michigan Liquor
Control Commission. The MLCC must first receive a recommendation for approval from the City
Commission before granting the permits. You handled the initial eight such requests at your Aug.
25 and Sept. 8 meetings and added others as they have been since. The attached resolution is for
the city’s Muskegon Farmers Market and Mercy Health Arena which are also seeking a Social
District permit from the state and seeking City Commission recommended approval. The Social
District plan identifies 22 potential participating licensees within the district. Other licensed
establishments may file a Social District permit application in the future.

Amount Requested: None                               Amount Budgeted:

Fund(s) or Account(s):                               Fund(s) or Account(s):

Recommended Motion: To approve the resolution recommending Michigan Liquor Control
Commission approval of Social District permits in the Downtown Muskegon Social District and to
direct the City Clerk to certify the City Commission action with the MLCC.

Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
      RESOLUTION RECOMMENDING DOWNTOWN MUSKEGON SOCIAL DISTRICT

                               PERMIT APPLICATON APPROVAL

                                        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 virtually and at Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace,
Muskegon, MI 49440 on the 26th day of January, 2021 at 5:30 p.m., prevailing Eastern Time.

PRESENT:

ABSENT:

       The following preamble and resolution were offered by Commissioner
___________________ and supported by Commissioner __________________.

       WHEREAS, in accordance with Public Act 124 of 2020 on the establishment of Social
Districts within a Michigan city; and
       WHEREAS, COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented economic disruption
worldwide and within our local business community; and

       WHEREAS, restaurants and bars, which have been key contributors to the historic
redevelopment of Downtown Muskegon, have been and will continue to be hard hit by the
economic impact of the pandemic; and

       WHEREAS, increasing availability of outdoor spaces for dining and drinking will help
downtown and its businesses recover; and

       WHEREAS, Public Act 124 of 2020 empowers local governments like the City of
Muskegon to enhance its downtowns with Social Districts and accompanying Common Areas
where purchasers may consume and possess alcoholic beverages sold by multiple qualified
Michigan Liquor Commission licensees who obtain Social District Permits; and

       WHEREAS, the City Commission has designated a Downtown Muskegon Social District
and Common Area, and
       WHEREAS, the city has received requests from multiple qualified licensees to
recommend approval of their Social District Permit applications by the Michigan Liquor Control
Commission, and

       WHEREAS, the licensed establishments are contiguous to the Common Area within the
Social District, and

       WHEREAS, the City Commission desires to recommend approval of the Social District
Permit applications,

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

       1. The Social District Permit Applications from the following licensees are
           recommended by the City Commission to consideration and approval by the
           Michigan Liquor Control Commission:
           a. Muskegon Farmer’s Market, 242 W. Western Ave, Muskegon, MI 49440.
           b. Mercy Health Arena, 470 W. Western, Muskegon, MI 49440

       2. The City Clerk is authorized and directed to provide each applicant with a certification
of this action in the form specified by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission.



       AYES:



       NAYS:



       RESOLUTION DECLARED APPROVED.



                                                          Stephen J Gawron, Mayor




                                                          Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk
        I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted by
the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, State of Michigan, at a
regular meeting held on Jan. 26, 2021 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, in addition to Public Act 228 of 2020, and that the
minutes of said meeting were kept and will be or have been made available as required by said
Acts.




                                                           Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk
                         Agenda Item Review Form
                          Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021               Title: Amendment to the Marihuana
                                                        Facilities Overlay District – 965 W Western
                                                        Ave, 920 Washington Ave and 1330 Division
                                                        St – 2nd Reading

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                              Department: Planning


Brief Summary: Request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana
facilities overlay district to allow for Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W
Western Ave, 920 Washington Ave and 1330 Division St by P & G Holdings, LLC.

Detailed Summary: After discussing at the Planning Commission meeting, the applicant agreed
that they did not need to include 1330 Division St as part of the request.
A motion that that request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the
marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license
types at 965 W Western Ave and 920 Washington Ave be recommended to the City Commission
for approval. The motion was amended to include a recommendation that the approval be
reviewed in 24 months to allow staff or the Planning Commission to consider revocation of the
zoning approval if the condo development had not proceeded as stated. The motion was
approved by a 6-3 vote.

Amount Requested:                                     Amount Budgeted:

Fund(s) or Account(s):                                Fund(s) or Account(s):

Recommended Motion: To approve the request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to
expand the marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for Growing, Processing and
Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W Western Ave and 920 Washington Ave by P & G
Holdings, LLC.
                                        Planning Commission Excerpt

Case 2020-20: Request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay
district to allow for MMFLA and MRMTA Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W Western
Ave, 920 Washington Ave and 1330 Division St by P & G Holdings, LLC.

SUMMARY

   1. This case was tabled in November. The public hearing was closed.
   2. The property at 920 Washington Ave was recently approved as part of the marihuana facilities overlay district
      for retail/provisioning license types.
   3. The property owner would now like to expand the types of marihuana licenses allowed on site, which also
      includes 965 W Western Ave and 1330 Division St.
   4. This request would allow all growing licenses types, processing licenses and provisioning/retail licenses at 965
      W Western, 920 Washington Ave and 1330 Division St.
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Aerial Map
                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                   MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                                          ORDINANCE NO._____


An ordinance to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay district
to allow for Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W Western Ave and 920
Washington Ave.
THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:

965 W Western Ave and 920 Washington Ave will be added to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District as a
location allowed for Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license types.
CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 BLK 468 AND PT OF BLK 467 VAC ALLEY IN BLK 468 PART OF
FORMER C & O RAILROAD R/W IN BLK 467 & 468 AND VAC HUDSON ST BET BLK 467 AND 468 AND ALL
BEING DESC AS BEG AT THE SW COR OF SAID BLK 468 TH N 00D 19M 25S W 351.64 FT ALG E R/W LN
OF FRANKLIN ST TH N 89D 58M 00S E 278.5 FT ALG THE S R/W LN OF WESTERN AVE TH S 82D 42M 42S
E 284.66 FT ALG SD R/W LN TH S 07D 28M 33S W 75.55 FT ALG THE WLY LN & EXTENSION TH'OF OF A 5
STORY BRICK BLDG TH S 82D 30M 04S E 112.12 FT ALG SD BLDG LN & THE EXTENSION TH'OF TH S
09D 23M 07S W 9.68 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH S 83D 24M 04S E 13.72 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH N 00D 30M
04S E 8.71 FT TH S 00D 30M 20S W 24.63 FT TH S 88D 25M 41S E 8.72 FTALG SD BLDG LN TH S 01D 34M
19S W 0.30 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH S 88D 25M 41S E 0.40 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH S 00D 42M 58S W
29.45 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH N 88D 25M 41S W 8.43 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH S 00D 42M 58S W 57.92 FT
ALG SD BLDG LN TH S 88D 38M 32S E 12.93 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH S 02D 11M 01S W 21.28 FT ALG SD
BLDG LN TH N 87D 48M 59S W 28.01 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH S 02D 23M 08S W 85.09 FT ALG E SIDE OF
A 4 IN WALL TH N 87D 51M 37S W 111.67 FT ALG SLY SIDE OF SD 5 STY B

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 PT OF BLKS 467 AND 468 AND ENTIRE BLK 474 TOGETHER
WITH PT OF THE C & O RR R/W IN SD BLK 467 VAC MICHIGAN AVE BET SD BLKS 467 & 474 THE 2 VAC
ALLEYS IN SD BLK 474 DESC AS BEG ON THE N R/W LN OF MICHIGAN AVE AT A POINT BEING N 89D
48M 11S E 549.04 FT FROM THE SW COR OF SD BLK 468 TH N 02D 11M 01S E 7.87 FT TH S 87D 51M 37S
E 111.67 FT ALG SLY LN OF A 5 STY BLDG TH N 02D 23M 08S E 85.09 FT ALG E SIDE OF A 4 IN WALL TH
S 87D 48M 59S E 28.01 FT ALG NLY LN OF SD 5 STY BLDG TH N 02D 11M 01S E 21.28 FT ALG SD BLDG
TH N 88D 38M 32S W 12.93 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH N 00D 42M 58S E 57.92 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH S88D
25M 41S E 8.43 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH N 88D 25M 41S W 0.40 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH N 01D 34M 19S E
0.30 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH N 88D 25M 41S W 8.72 FT ALG SD BLDG LN TH N 00D 30M 20S E 24.63 FT
TH N 82D 30M 04S W 8.71 FT TH S 00D 30M 20S W 9.53 FT TH N 83D 24M 04S W 13.72 FT ALG SD 5 STY
BLDG LN TH N 09D 23M 07S E 9.68 FT ALG SD 5 STY BLDG LN TH N 82D 30M 04S W 112.12 FT ALG SD
BLDG LN & THE EXTENSION TH'OF TH N 07D 28M 33S E 75.55 FT ALG SD BLDG LN & THE EXTENSION
TH'OF TH S 82D 42M 42S E 474.11 FT ALG THE SLY R/W LN OF WESTERN AVE

This ordinance adopted:

Ayes:______________________________________________________________

Nayes:_____________________________________________________________

Adoption Date:
Effective Date:

First Reading:

Second Reading:

                  CITY OF MUSKEGON

                  By: _________________________________
                         Ann Meisch, MMC, City Clerk
                                         CERTIFICATE

       The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan, does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an
ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the
City Commission on the 26th day of January 2021, at which meeting a quorum was present and
remained throughout, and that the original of said ordinance is on file in the records of the City
of Muskegon. I further certify that the meeting was conducted and public notice was given
pursuant to and in full compliance with the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Public Acts of
Michigan No. 33 of 2006, and that minutes were kept and will be or have been made available as
required thereby.


DATED: ___________________, 2020.            __________________________________________
                                             Ann Meisch, MMC
                                             Clerk, City of Muskegon




Publish:       Notice of Adoption to be published once within ten (10) days of final adoption.
                                               CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                               NOTICE OF ADOPTION

Please take notice that on January 26, 2021, the City Commission of the City of Muskegon adopted an
ordinance to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay
district to allow for Growing, Processing and Provisioning/Retail license types at 965 W Western Ave and
920 Washington Ave.


Copies of the ordinance may be viewed and purchased at reasonable cost at the Office of the City Clerk
in the City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, during regular business hours.

This ordinance amendment is effective ten days from the date of this publication.


Published ____________________, 2021.                          CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                               By _________________________________
                                                                        Ann Meisch, MMC
                                                                        City Clerk


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Account No. 101-80400-5354
                         Agenda Item Review Form
                          Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021              Title: Amendment to the Marihuana
                                                       Facilities Overlay District – 420 S Harvey St
                                                       (2) – 2nd Reading

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                             Department: Planning

Brief Summary: Request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to include 420 Harvey St
in the marihuana facilities overlay district and allow class B grower, processor, retailer, designated
consumption establishment and marihuana special events license types, by Michigan
CannaHouse, LLC.



Detailed Summary: While the applicant’s first case was tabled by the Planning Commission, they
decided to apply for another amendment that would allow them additional license types (Class B
Grower, Processor, Retailer) instead of microbusiness.

Amount Requested:                                     Amount Budgeted:

Fund(s) or Account(s):                                Fund(s) or Account(s):

Recommended Motion: To approve the request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to
include 420 Harvey St in the marihuana facilities overlay district and allow class B grower,
processor, retailer, designated consumption establishment and marihuana special events license
types, by Michigan CannaHouse, LLC.



Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.


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Commission Action:
                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                   MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                                         ORDINANCE NO._____


An ordinance to amend the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District to include 420 S Harvey St as a location
allowed for class B grower, processor, retailer, designated consumption establishment and marihuana special
events license types.

THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:

420 S Harvey St will be added to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District as a location allowed for class B
grower, processor, retailer, designated consumption establishment and marihuana special events license types.
CITY OF MUSKEGON W 436 FT OF N 436 FT OF SW 1/4 OF NW 1/4 SEC 22 T10N R16W EXC N 33 FT & W
33 FT FOR ROAD (DESCR FOR ASSESSMENTS - DEED CLAIMS ONLY N 400 FT)


This ordinance adopted:

Ayes:______________________________________________________________

Nayes:_____________________________________________________________

Adoption Date:

Effective Date:

First Reading:

Second Reading:

                                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                    By: _________________________________
                                                           Ann Meisch, MMC, City Clerk
                                         CERTIFICATE

       The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan, does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an
ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the
City Commission on the 26th day of January 2021, at which meeting a quorum was present and
remained throughout, and that the original of said ordinance is on file in the records of the City
of Muskegon. I further certify that the meeting was conducted and public notice was given
pursuant to and in full compliance with the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Public Acts of
Michigan No. 33 of 2006, and that minutes were kept and will be or have been made available as
required thereby.


DATED: ___________________, 2020.            __________________________________________
                                             Ann Meisch, MMC
                                             Clerk, City of Muskegon




Publish:       Notice of Adoption to be published once within ten (10) days of final adoption.
                                               CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                               NOTICE OF ADOPTION

Please take notice that on January 26, 2021, the City Commission of the City of Muskegon adopted an
ordinance to amend the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District to include 420 S Harvey St as a location
allowed for class B grower, processor, retailer, designated consumption establishment and marihuana
special events license types license types.
Copies of the ordinance may be viewed and purchased at reasonable cost at the Office of the City Clerk
in the City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, during regular business hours.

This ordinance amendment is effective ten days from the date of this publication.


Published ____________________, 2021.                          CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                               By _________________________________
                                                                        Ann Meisch, MMC
                                                                        City Clerk


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Account No. 101-80400-5354
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 1/26/2021                    Title: Housing Commission Ordinance
                                                      Amendment – 2nd Reading

Submitted By: LeighAnn Mikesell                       Department: Development Services

Brief Summary:
Staff are seeking approval of an amendment to Chapter 18, Article IV of the Code of Ordinances in
coordination with the Hartford Terrace development agreement.

Detailed Summary:
The Muskegon Housing Commission proposes to rehabilitate Hartford Terrace Apartments through
HUD’s Rental Assistance Demonstration program. This program allows private capital to be raised
for rehabilitation of low income housing projects. The calculation of Payments In Lieu Of Taxes for
this program differs from the typical public housing program, and changes to the city’s ordinance
for housing commission owned properties requires a change to accommodate the development.

Amount Requested: None                               Amount Budgeted: N/A

Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A                           Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A

Recommended Motion: To amend and adopt Chapter 18, Article IV, Section 83 for Muskegon
Housing Commission.

Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.


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Commission Action:
                             CITY OF MUSKEGON
                         MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN
                             ORDINANCE NO. ____



THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:


     1. Chapter 18, Article IV of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Muskegon,
        Michigan, Section 18-83 is amended by adding subpart (d) to read as follows:

     Section 18-83. Payment of annual service fee in lieu of taxes; amount.

        ***

         (d)     Upon the awarding of approximately $1,440,000.00 in low income
     housing tax credits by the Michigan State Housing Development Authority to the
     Muskegon Housing Commission and/or Hartford Terrace Limited Dividend Housing
     Association Limited Partnership, of which the Muskegon Housing Commission is the
     sole member of its General Partner, the annual shelter rents attributable to Hartford
     Terrace, located at 1080 Hartford Street in the City of Muskegon, shall no longer be
     included in “annual shelter rents” required above and in lieu shall be required to make
     a payment in lieu of taxes pursuant to Muskegon Code Section 82-46, et. seq., of 2%
     of the “contract rents” less “utilities” and a municipal service fee of 2% of “contract
     rents” less “utilities”. If the award from the Michigan State Housing Development
     Authority does not occur by March 31, 2022, Muskegon Code Section 18-83(d) shall
     become automatically rescinded, with no further action by the City Commission.


2.      This Ordinance is to become effective ten (10) days after adoption.


Ayes:

Nays:

First Reading:

Second Reading:




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                                   CERTIFICATE

       The undersigned, being the duly qualified Clerk of the City of Muskegon,
Muskegon County, Michigan, does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and
complete copy of an ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the City Commission on the 26th day of January,
2021, at which meeting a quorum was present and remained throughout, and that the
meeting was conducted and public notice was given pursuant to and in full compliance
with Act No. 267, Public Acts of Michigan of 1976, as amended, and that minutes were
kept and will be or have been made available as required thereby.

Date:_______________________, 2021


                                    ________________________________
                                    Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                    City Clerk


Publish:      Notice of Adoption to be published once within ten (10) days of final
adoption.




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                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                     NOTICE OF ADOPTION

TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED


       Please take notice that on January 26, 2021, the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon amended Chapter 18, Article IV of the Muskegon City Code, summarized as
follows:

                 1.    Section 18-83(d) is added to exclude the Muskegon Housing
         Commission’s Hartford Terrace from calculating the annual service fee paid by
         the Muskegon Housing Commission upon an award of low income tax credits and
         to pay a payment in lieu of taxes and a municipal service fee pursuant to
         Muskegon Code Section 82-46, et.

       Copies of the ordinance may be viewed and purchased at reasonable cost at the
Office of the City Clerk in the City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan,
during regular business hours.

       This ordinance amendment is effective ten (10) days from the date of this
publication.

Published: _________________, 2021                             CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                               By________________________
                                                                 Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                                                 City Clerk

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                         Agenda Item Review Form
                          Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 19, 2021               Title: Amendment to the Marihuana
                                                        Facilities Overlay District – 885 E Apple Ave

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                              Department: Planning


Brief Summary: Request to amend section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to include 885 E Apple Ave in
the marihuana facilities overlay district, by Khi Guy.

Detailed Summary: A motion was made that that request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning
ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for Retail license types at 885
E Apple Ave be recommended to the City Commission for approval. The motion passed by a 5-1
vote.

Amount Requested:                                     Amount Budgeted:

Fund(s) or Account(s):                                Fund(s) or Account(s):

Recommended Motion: To approve the request to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to
expand the marihuana facilities overlay district to allow for retail and provisioning license types at
885 E Apple Ave.
                                         Planning Commission Excerpt


Hearing, Case 2021-02: Request to amend section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to include 885 E Apple Ave in the
marihuana facilities overlay district, by Khi Guy.

SUMMARY

   1. The applicant is requesting to amend the Marihuana Facilities ordinance to be included into the overlay
      district. They are seeking approval to be allowed to have a retail license type.
   2. This property was recently denied inclusion into the overlay district as a staff requested initiative. This
      request is from the property owner and potential business partner.
   3. Please see the maps below depicting the current overlay districts.
   4. Notice was sent to everyone within 300 feet of this property.



                                              Original Overlay District
Expanded Overlay Districts
Zoning Map




Aerial Map
                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                   MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                                          ORDINANCE NO._____


An ordinance to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay district
to allow for Provisioning/Retail license types at 885 E Apple Ave.
THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:

885 E Apple Ave will be added to the Marihuana Facilities Overlay District as a location allowed for
Provisioning/Retail license types.
CITY OF MUSKEGON EASTGATE ADD LOTS 39-42 INCLUSIVE

This ordinance adopted:

Ayes:______________________________________________________________

Nayes:_____________________________________________________________

Adoption Date:

Effective Date:

First Reading:

Second Reading:

                                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                    By: _________________________________
                                                           Ann Meisch, MMC, City Clerk
                                         CERTIFICATE

       The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan, does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an
ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the
City Commission on the 26th day of January 2021, at which meeting a quorum was present and
remained throughout, and that the original of said ordinance is on file in the records of the City
of Muskegon. I further certify that the meeting was conducted and public notice was given
pursuant to and in full compliance with the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Public Acts of
Michigan No. 33 of 2006, and that minutes were kept and will be or have been made available as
required thereby.


DATED: ___________________, 2020.            __________________________________________
                                             Ann Meisch, MMC
                                             Clerk, City of Muskegon




Publish:       Notice of Adoption to be published once within ten (10) days of final adoption.
                                               CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                               NOTICE OF ADOPTION

Please take notice that on January 26, 2021, the City Commission of the City of Muskegon adopted an
ordinance to amend Section 2331 of the zoning ordinance to expand the marihuana facilities overlay
district to allow for Provisioning/Retail license types at 885 E Apple Ave.


Copies of the ordinance may be viewed and purchased at reasonable cost at the Office of the City Clerk
in the City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan, during regular business hours.

This ordinance amendment is effective ten days from the date of this publication.


Published ____________________, 2021.                          CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                               By _________________________________
                                                                        Ann Meisch, MMC
                                                                        City Clerk


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Account No. 101-80400-5354
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: January 26, 2021            Title: Community Relations Committee -
                                                     Planning Commission Appointment

Submitted By: Ann Marie Meisch                       Department: Clerk

Brief Summary: To select and appoint a new member to the Planning Commission.
Interested in serving on the Planning Commission:
   •   Michael Haueisen*
   •   Bryan Pereira
   •   William Snyder
   •   Corey Bickford
   •   Michael Hughes*
   •   Christopher Carskadon
   •   David Mendendorp*
   •   Jane Clingman Scott*
   •   Roberta King
   •   Destinee Keener
Willing to serve on any board:
   •   Brianna MacPherson
   •   Deondrea Cooper
   •   Faye Redmond*
   •   Johna Willis
   •   Shundrice Brown
*Already serves on a board.

Amount Requested: N/A                               Amount Budgeted: N/A

Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A                          Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A

Recommended Motion: To appoint (name) to the Planning Commission.

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