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      CITY OF MUSKEGON
        CITY COMMISSION MEETING
               MAY 11, 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:
    A. Parkland Center Presentation Jon Rooks
□      PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:
□      CONSENT AGENDA:
    A. Approval of Minutes        City Clerk
    B. Carlisle’s Lease – Arena City Manager
    C. Social District Permit Recommendation                Economic Development
    D. Request for Proposal Approvals          Community & Neighborhood Services
    E. Sale of Vacant Lot – 1210 Morgan           Planning
    F. Updated User Fees for Parks Department               Finance
    G. 3rd Quarter Budget Reforecast Finance
    H. County Water System Easement               Public Works
    I. Port City Industrial Park – Engineering              Public Works
    J. Port City Industrial Park – Forestry       Public Works
    K. Spring Street – Change Order #003          Public Works
    L. 425 Agreement Business Park North Removal                  Economic Development
    M. Finance Director Appointment City Manager
    N. Sale – 246 Monroe Avenue          City Manager
    O. Purchase of Truck for Elections City Clerk

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    P. Sale – 235 Monroe                  City Manager
    Q. Sale – 244 Monroe                  City Manager
□      PUBLIC HEARINGS:
    A. 5-Year Regional Consolidated Plan/Annual Action Plan Hearing
       Community & Neighborhood Services
□      UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
    A. Reconsider Community enCompass Development Agreement
       Amendment      Commissioner German
    B. Community enCompass Development Agreement Amendment
       Economic Development
□      NEW BUSINESS:
    A. Farmers Market – Waiver of Fees for Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of
       Commerce City Clerk
    B. Resolution to Place Charter Amendment on the November 2, 2021 Ballot
       City Clerk
□      ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
□      PUBLIC COMMENT:
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►      (Speaker representing a group may be allowed 10 minutes if previously registered with City Clerk.)

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□      ADJOURNMENT:
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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                 Title: Approval of Minutes

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

Brief Summary: To approve the minutes of the April 20, 2021 Special Meeting and the April 27,
2021Regular City Commission meeting.




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:
                                         MINUTES
                                  CITY OF MUSKEGON
                      SPECIAL CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                        Tuesday, April 20, 2021 – 5:30 p.m.
      Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49440
                        Commission Chambers
2021-Eval
Present: Mayor Gawron, Vice Mayor Hood, Commissioners German, Rinsema-Sybenga,
Johnson, Emory, and Ramsey.
Absent: None.

Public Comments received.

Closed Session – City Manager Evaluation
Frank Peterson, City Manager, requested to go into closed session to discuss his evaluation.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson to go into
closed session to discuss the City Manager’s evaluation.
ROLL CALL:     AYES: Rinsema-Sybenga, Johnson, Hood, Gawron, Ramsey, and German
               NAYS: None.
               Absent: Commissioner Emory.
                                                                  MOTION PASSES
Open Session
Motion by Commissioner Ramsey, seconded by Commissioner Emory to return into open
session.
ROLL CALL:     AYES: Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, and Rinsema-
               Sybenga.
               NAYS: None.
                                                                  MOTION PASSES
The Special Meeting adjourned at 7:37 p.m.
                                                    Respectfully Submitted,


                                                    Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk
     CITY OF MUSKEGON
       CITY COMMISSION MEETING
            APRIL 27, 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 Mayor, 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, April 27 2021.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
Present:     Mayor Stephen J. Gawron (Muskegon, MI), Vice Mayor Eric Hood
(Grand Rapids, 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), City Manager Frank
Peterson, City Attorney John Schrier, and City Clerk Ann Meisch.
HONORS/AWARDS/PRESENTATIONS:
   A. Home Rehab Good News           Development Services/CNS
Staff is sharing good new of another completed home rehab by Community
and Neighborhood Services. The home was acquired through tax foreclosure,
we invested approximately $135,000, and the home is appraised at $125,000. An
offer was received the same day the house was listed, and staff is working
through the closing process.
PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:          Public comments were received.
2021-38     CONSENT AGENDA:
   A. Approval of Minutes     City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the April 12, 2021
Worksession meeting and the April 13, 2021 Regular City Commission meeting.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To approve the minutes.
   B. Fireworks Display Permit for City of Muskegon     City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Melrose Pyrotechnics, Inc. is requesting approval of a

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fireworks display permit for July 3, 2021 in downtown Muskegon. The fire Marshall
will inspect the fireworks on the day of the event.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve the fireworks permit contingent on
inspection of the fireworks and approval of insurance.
   C. Request to Fly the Norwegian Flag       City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Sons of Norway are requesting permission to fly the
Norwegian Flag at City Hall on Constitution Day (Independence Day) which is
Monday, May 17, 2021.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the request.
   D. Temporary Extension of Service Area for Smash Wine Bar             City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval from the Commission to write a
letter to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission to allow for the temporary
extension of the service area (approved in 2020) for Smash Wine Bar to be
extended until November 30, 2021.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To approve the request to temporarily extend the
outdoor service area for Smash Wine Bar.
   E. Downtown Muskegon Social District Plan and Map Amendments
      Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Requesting approval of an updated Muskegon
Downtown Social District plan and map, removing the CIO Hall, 490 W. Western
Avenue from the district.
The Muskegon City Commission approved the Downtown Muskegon Social
District in August. The social district law does not allow non-profit, special event
beer licenses in the district if the district is operating. Staff and commission do not
want to shut down the social district for special events. Port City CIO Building
Association, a non-profit of union users of the building at 490 W. Western, has
requested to be removed from the Muskegon Social District. The building does
not have a permanent liquor license. The commission needs to approve an
amended social district plan, a new social district map and an accompanying
resolution.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          I move to approve an amended Muskegon
Downtown Social District plan and map in conjunction with a resolution
removing 490 W. Western Avenue from the district.
   F. Social District Permit Recommendation           Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City Commission must recommend approval of the
Michigan Liquor Control Commission permits of participating licensed
establishments in the Downtown Muskegon Social District. With the establishment
of the Downtown Muskegon Social District, participating licensed establishments

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must first 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 August 25 and September 8 meetings and subsequently
approved 17 establishments. The attached resolution is for a second location for
Burl & Sprig (former Boar’s Belly) which is 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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         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.
   G. Harbor 31 Viridian Shores Housing Development Neighborhood Enterprise
      Zone Resolution of Intent Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The development team at Harbor 31 has requested
that the City of Muskegon create a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone around
certain parcels at the Harbor 31 development site intended for owner-occupied
housing units.
The developers have planned a multi-phase, multi-use buildout for the Harbor 31
site which includes single family detached residential as well as owner-occupied
townhomes. In order to make these homes marketable due to the large amount
of environmental mitigation required, the developer has requested that an NEZ
district be created so that future buyers can request Neighborhood Enterprise
Zone certificates for their respective home builds. The process laid out in the
attached resolution will comply with Public Act 147 of 1992 (NEZ Act) so that the
City properly notices taxing jurisdictions and holds the required public hearing in
the time frames as stipulated. Keep in mind that simply creating the NEZ district
does not provide any owners with a tax abatement, only the ability to request
one from the city in the future, which will require commission approval.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To approve the Resolution of Intent to create a
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone as presented.
   H. Lakeshore Drive Settlement Fund Conveyance             Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Lakeside Business Improvement District has been
working with the Department of Public Works through their staff liaison for some
time to settle some issues with the Lakeshore Drive Improvement Project. The
following details a proposed arrangement to satisfy all parties concerned.
The Lakeside Business District and several residents have voiced concerns about
what they perceive to be substandard work by contractor Jackson-Merkey. This
includes some small flatwork concrete issues, poor landscaping in public areas,

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and other punch list items. Recently, the Department of Public Works has
received some settlement dollars from the contractor due to these and other
deficiencies in the project. DPW and the Economic Development Department
advocate conveying $35,000 of these funds to the Lakeside BID in a one-time
payment to allow them to take the lead on repairing landscaping, streetscape
features, and to defray future labor and material costs to DPW for things like
snow removal on sidewalks and other maintenance. This would be in addition to
the approximately $22,000 that the BID is set to collect from their first special
assessment collection and would set them up well to do their stated work plan. It
would also keep money in Lakeside that was recovered by the City for
improperly completed work by one of our contractors. The city stewards the BID
funds, making this in effect a fund transfer.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $35,000             AMOUNT BUDGETED:        N/A
FUND OR ACCOUT:           Contract Settlement with Jackson-Merkey
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve the conveyance of $35,000 to the
Lakeside BID as presented.
   I. Consumers Energy Easement Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to approve the
easement requested by Consumers Energy at 1651 Beach Street.
Consumers Energy needs to replace a failing electric cable that provides
electric service to The Deck along with the city owned charging station at Pere
Marquette Park. In addition to this work Consumers Energy is proposing to
relocate the electric transformer for The Deck that is currently nearing the end of
it service life. All new cables will be underground with pad mounted transformers
located above ground. The proposed easement is outlined in the attachment.
The easement language has been reviewed and accepted by legal counsel.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize staff to approve the easement to
Consumers Energy for 1651 Beach Street.
   J. Water Filtration Plant & Harvey Pump Station Building Repairs   Public
      Works – Filtration
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to contract with
multiple contractors for building repairs and upgrades at the Water Filtration
Plant and Harvey Pump Station.
Staff has been working since 2019 to create a plan to address a number of
problems that have developed in the buildings at the Water Filtration Plant and
the Harvey Pump Station.
Four major projects will occur at the Water Filtration Plant:
   •   The roofs on two buildings will be replaced. A 2018 assessment found
       these two roofs to have failed, and they currently leak during rain storms

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       and snow melt.
   •   Over 100 windows will be replaced on five buildings. These windows have
       experienced seal failures. Lintels that have corroded and have become a
       major source of leaks will be replaced.
   •   Masonry repairs will occur on five buildings where brickwork is cracked,
       pulling away from the buildings, or in need of tuck pointing. New control
       joints will be created where necessary. Damaged limestone will be
       repaired.
   •   Excessive condensation will be addressed with ventilation upgrades in
       three buildings. The intake and exhaust of the dehumidification system will
       be modified to bring it to code.
Five major projects will occur at the Harvey Pump Station:
   •   The roof on the pump station building will be replaced. A 2018 assessment
       found this roof to have failed.
   •   The windows of the pump station building will be replaced. Some of the
       current windows can no longer be opened, creating ventilation issues in
       the summer. Others do not close completely, creating heating issues in
       the winter.
   •   The original plumbing for the floor drains has corroded away and will be
       replaced.
   •   The 5.0 million gallon in-ground reservoir will have a membrane placed
       over its cap. This will require sand and top soil to be removed from the top,
       roofing material to be installed, and the sand and topsoil to be put back
       in place with new grass. This project has been recommended by the
       state.
   •   New fencing will be installed around the perimeter of the pump station
       and reservoir property.
Staff is requesting the following bids be approved:
Contractor                      Project                         Cost
CS Erickson                     Electrical                      $67,720
DHE Mechanical                  Mechanical & Plumping           $119,400
Ostrander                       Roofing                         $832,674
Ram Construction                Masonry & Restoration           $382,415
Grand Valley Glass              Glass & Aluminum                $208,575
Accurate Excavators             Earthwork                       $183,500
Boerman Fence                   Fencing                         $48,345

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Total Bids                                                      $1,842,629
Staff is requesting a maximum of $530,178 for an owner’s allowance to cover
permits, general construction costs, owner-project specific allowances,
owner/construction contingency, inspections & testings as well as consulting
costs. This cost was estimated by Construction Simplified, the firm that is working
as the owner’s allowance Rep for this project. The construction management
portion of the owner’s allowance          was not put out for bids. Construction
Simplified has worked with the City on other projects and has added value to
this project with their expertise in construction project management, in
particular, overseeing the multiple contractors and the two locations that are a
part of this project. The total cost of this project, which includes the owner’s
allowance and the bids listed above, will be $2,380,007.
The project will be funded by location, as the WMRWA will contribute the costs
of the repairs at the plant, but not at the pumping station. The amount
requested that was not budgeted will be addressed in the FY 21-22 budget. The
project will start in FY20-21 and continue in FY 21-22. The breakdown is estimated
as follows:
                                      FY 20-21            FY 21-22
Water Filtration Pump (92008)         $300,000            $1,272,804
Harvey Pump Station (92007)           $213,250            $593,953
AMOUNT REQUESTED:               $2,380,007   AMOUNT BUDGETED:          $2,000,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT: 591-92007        $807,203                             $1,040,000
                      591-92008    $1,572,773                          $960,000
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Authorize staff to contract with CS Erickson. DHE
Mechanical, Ostrander, Ram Construction, Grand Valley Glass, Accurate
Excavators, and Boerman Fence for total amount of $1,842,629 with an included
owner’s allowance of $530,178 to perform building repairs and upgrades at the
Water Filtration Plant and Harvey Pump Station.
   K. Marshall Street Water Tower Painting Public Works – Filtration
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to contract with
Fedewa, Inc. for painting and modifying the Marshall Street water tower.
The Marshall Street water tower is located in the Jackson Hill neighborhood and
highly visible from the Moses J. Jones Parkway. The tower’s exterior and interior
coatings are beyond their expected lifetimes, and a 2019 inspection found the
coatings to be deteriorating and delaminating. The exterior tower coating
continues to chalk, fade, and lose its gloss.
The project will involve a complete overcoat of the tower exterior and also
includes repairs to the interior coating. Additionally, the cathodic protection

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system that prevents corrosion of the structure has failed and will be replaced.
Other modifications will take place to bring the tower into compliance with
current safety standards and drinking water regulations. The artwork on the
tower will be changed to the Muskegon Public Schools symbol with the phrase
Big Red Nation.
Staff continues to work alongside Dixon Engineering to oversee the design,
bidding, construction, and post-construction phases of this project. Dixon has
extensive knowledge of the city’s water towers and has managed many of our
past water tower projects and inspections. Nine proposals were received for
painting and modifying the water tower. Dixon has evaluated the bids and
recommends the lowest bid of $265,699.00 from Fedewa, Inc.
The project is budgeted as part of the FY 20-21 budget. The project is scheduled
to begin in September, so funds will be carried over to the budget for FY 21-22.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $265,699.00         AMOUNT BUDGETED:          $325,000.00
FUND OR ACCOUNT:          591-92035           FUND OR ACCOUNT:          591-92035
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Authorize staff to contract with Fedewa, Inc. in
the amount of $265,699.00 to paint and modify the Marshall Street water tower.
   L. Hartshorn Marina Engineering Services          Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to hire Abonmarche to
provide engineering services related to previously identified facility
improvements needed at Hartshorn Marina.
Staff worked directly with Abonmarche to develop a proposed scope of work
based upon the Engineering Study that was prepared by Abonmarche related
to necessary facility improvements at Hartshorn Marina. Staff and the
Commission have previously pursued MDNR grants to help fund the project but
were unsuccessful and did not see a path forward utilizing MDNR (or other)
grants for the project, as such staff is recommending that the project be
pursued with ARPA funds or through a Bond Sale to expedite the necessary
upgrades to the facility.
The project work will include needed repairs to the marina, and does not
include any clubhouse or pool items that have been the point of previous
discussions. Improvements will focus largely on dock replacement, electrical
upgrades, and other associated items to serve the existing use of the site. The
intention is to design the project over the summer and construct in the Fall of
2021/Spring of 2022 to have the upgrades in place before the 2022 Season.
The proposal as presented in the packet requires minor revisions.
Staff worked directly with Abonmarche to prepare this proposal rather than
soliciting proposals based on their prior familiarity with the site obtained during
the preparation of the Engineering Study. Their proposed costs were reviewed

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and appear reasonable based on an approximately $2.0M scope.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $230,600     AMOUNT BUDGETED:          $2,500,000
                                       20/21 - $30,000
                                       21/22 - $2,470,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:          594-TBD-5346
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Authorize staff to hire Abonmarche to provide
Engineering Services related to facility improvements at Hartshorn Marina.
   M. Hartshorn Marina – Fencing       Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting permission to enter into a contract
with Affordable Fence to install fencing at Hartshorn Marina.
The Department of Public Works is requesting permission to enter into a contract
with Affordable Fence for fence purchase, installation and walkthrough gates,
per their proposal. Cost for the purchase and installation of fence is $30,700.62,
plus $3,738 for 3 walk-through gates.
Staff solicited bids for the work and Affordable Fence provides the overall low
price when including the proposed cost of the gates.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $34,438.62         AMOUNT BUDGETED:           $0
FUND OR ACCOUNT:          594-70756          FUND OR ACCOUNT:           594-70756
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize staff to enter into a contract for
fence/gate purchase and installation with Affordable Fence at Hartshorn
Marina.
   O. Roberts Street – TEDF Application      Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to apply for State of
Michigan FY2023 Transportation Economic Development Category F Grant for a
project to resurface Roberts Street from Sherman Boulevard north to Laketon
Avenue.
MDOT is requesting applications for FY2023 projects in the Transportation
Economic Development Category F program. Staff reviewed the program
requirements and feels that Roberts Street is a good fit for the targeted criteria.
The project is estimated to cost $900,000. Staff is proposing to request the
maximum grant amount and provide matching funds or $525,000 towards the
project. In addition, the City will be responsible to pay for Engineering on the
project which is estimated to cost an additional $50,000. If selected these funds
would be allocated from the Major Street budget in FY22-23.
A formal resolution of support is not required for TEDF – Category F applications.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $575,000           AMOUNT BUDGETED:           $575,000

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FUND OR ACCOUT: 202-TBD-5346/5355
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize staff to apply for the Category F grant
through the MDOT Transportation Economic Development program for Roberts
Street between Sherman Boulevard and Laketon Avenue.
   P. Railroad Mural – Resolution of Support        Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting Commission approval of the
resolution for the application of the murals onto the railroad bridge over Seaway
Drive.
MDOT and FHWA (Federal Highway Administration) are requiring that the
governing bodies of Muskegon and Norton Shores adopt a formal resolution of
support for the installation of the murals on the railroad overpasses.
The MDOT/FHWA Permit and the Railroad Permit are the last two items needed
to finalize the proceeding of the work. Assuming approval of both items we are
on track to be ready for the muralists to start on the City of Muskegon bridge in
mid-May.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Approve the resolution of support and authorize
the Mayor and Clerk to sign.
   Q. Railroad Mural – ROE (Right of Entry) Agreement     Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting Commission approval and
authorization for staff to execute the Right of Entry (ROE) agreement with the
railroad to allow for painting of the murals on the railroad bridge over Seaway
Drive between Hackley Avenue and Laketon Avenue.
Staff has worked to secure the railroad agreement which must be reviewed and
accepted by the City prior to work commending. Counsel has reviewed the
agreement and has no concerns. Finance has reviewed the agreement and
MMRMA can provide the necessary coverage.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Authorize staff to sign off on the Right of Entry
Agreement with the railroad for the installation of the murals.
Motion by Commissioner Ramsey, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the consent agenda as presented, minus item N, R, and S.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory,
           and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-39     REMOVED FROM CONSENT:
   N. H92037 Monroe, Third to Fourth and H92046 Alley Improvements           Public
      Works

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SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize the award of the H92037 Monroe, Third to
Fourth and H92046 Alley Improvements contract to the low bidder, Jackson
Merkey Contracting along with approving the noted project contingency.
Staff solicited bids for reconstruction of Monroe Street, from Third to Fourth, and
for Alley Improvements behind Frauenthal and MCC.
Bids received are as follows:
   •   $338,262.85 – Jackson Merkey
   •   $420,376.00 – Wadel Stabilization
The project would be constructed during the 2021-22 construction season.
Design Engineering work is already completed and funded within the 20-21
budget adjusted on upcoming 3rd Quarter Reforecast. The entirety of this
request will be included in the 21-22 proposed budget along with an allowance
for Engineering Services during construction.
Bids were opened prior to the adoption and approval of the updated
purchasing policy so the old policy was use to that point. Going forward, in
particular for any change orders, staff will be utilizing the new purchasing policy.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $369,000             AMOUNT BUDGETED:        $419,000
$338,262.85 – Construction Contract            20/21 - $30,000
$30,737.15 – Contingency                       21/22 - $389,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:                       20-21 / 21-22
                          203-92037    $15,000/$50,000
                          591-92037    $5,000 / $120,000
                          591-60555    $0 / $40,000
                          203-92046    $10,000 / $150,000
                          590-92046    $0 / $29,000
                          Total: $419,000
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Approve the award of the H92037 Monroe, Third
to Fourth and H92046 Alley Improvements contract to the low bidder, Jackson
Merkey Contracting and approve the budgeted project contingency.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Johnson, to
approve the award of the H92037 Monroe, Third to Fourth and H92046 Alley
Improvements contract to the low bidder, Jackson Merkey Contracting and
approve the budgeted project contingency.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson,
           and Gawron


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            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   R. Smith Ryerson eSports    Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting permission to move forward with a
proposal to construct and outfit an eSports gaming center in an unused room at
Smith-Ryerson Park.
Staff is seeking approval to expend up to $20,000 to convert an unused room at
the Smith-Ryerson Community Center into an eSports Gaming Center. The
gaming center would be available for use on a TBD rental basis and will be
offered to community partners that are interested in utilizing the site to host
community-based programming.
Staff is proposing to fund the allocation from within the existing Parks budget,
with no modification to the overall budget. Though no specific allocation was
originally budgeted for this project a number of budget items have come up
short allowing for this project to be completed without the requirement for
additional allocations.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $20,000      AMOUNT BUDGETED:         $0
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         101-70751-5346
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Authorize staff to proceed with the proposal to
construct and outfit an eSports gaming center at Smith-Ryerson Park.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to authorize staff to proceed with a proposal to construct and outfit an eSports
gaming center at Smith-Ryerson Park.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson,
           Gawron, and Hood
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   S. Sale of the Property Formerly Known as 1251 8th Street   Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to execute the purchase agreement to sell the
property formerly known as 1251 8th (now 14 separate parcels) to West Urban
Properties LLC for the development of 14 single-family homes.
The City Commission authorized the City Manager to negotiate a purchase
agreement at the March 7, 2018 Commission meeting.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the request to execute the purchase
agreement for the sale of the property formerly known as 1251 8th Street.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Ramsey, to
approve the request to execute the purchase agreement for the sale of the

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property formerly known as 1251 8th Street.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood,
           and Ramsey
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-40     PUBLIC HEARINGS:
   A. Exemption of New Personal Property-MH Solar LLC           Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Pursuant to Public Act 328 of 1998, as amended, MH
Solar LLC, has requested an exemption of new personal property for the
equipment to be installed as part of the solar project at the arena. The City will
forgo 100% of the personal property taxes on the equipment installed at the
arena for the length of the abatement. Staff recommends an abatement length
of 25 years.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the request for an exemption of new
personal property pursuant to Public Act 328 of 1998.
PUBLIC HEARING COMMENCED:             No public comments were received.
Motion by Commissioner Vice Mayor Hood, second by Commissioner Rinsema-
Sybenga, to close the public hearing and approve the request for an exemption
of new personal property pursuant to Public Act 328 of 1998.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey,
           and German
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-41     UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
   A. Lot Sales Hudson/Dowd Tabled from 4/13/2021         Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request to sell the properties at 2172 Dowd Street, 2182
Dowd Street, 2169 Hudson Street, and 2171 Hudson Street to Urban Ventures of
West Michigan, LLC for the construction of eight (8) duplexes.
The city-owned lot sale policy states that the buyer is to pay 75% of the true cash
value of the lots ($22,950), but that it will be reimbursed upon issuance of
certificate of occupancy for all eight units.
The policy also states that since they are building more than 3 units within 18
months, 100% of the water/sewer hook-up fees may be waived.
The water/sewer lines in this area need to be extended 230 feet to provide
service to these lots. Staff estimates these costs to be around $10,000. Staff
recommends charging the buyer half of this expense.

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STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To approve the request to sell the properties at
2172 Dowd Street, 2182 Dowd Street, 2169 Hudson Street, and 2171 Hudson
Street to Urban Ventures of West Michigan, LLC.
Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to vacate first and second motions from the April 13, 2021 meeting and to
approve the request to sell the properties at 2172 Dowd Street, 2182 Dowd Street,
2169 Hudson Street, and 2171 Hudson Street to Urban Ventures of West Michigan,
LLC.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Gawron, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga
            Nays: Emory
            Absent: Hood
MOTION PASSES
2021-42     NEW BUSINESS:
   A. Parking Revenue – Park Upgrades       Mayor’s Office
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval to redirect the beach parking
revenue away from the proposal for expanded parking lot at Pere Marquette
Park.
The City Commission previously approved $798,070.71 to improve parking and
pedestrian access to Pere Marquette Park. Additionally, staff solicited a change
order from the contractor to upgrade the proposed asphalt walking/biking path
to concrete to address citizen concern about hot asphalt; that change order
would have increased the project budget to approximately $1 Million.
After hearing significant community concern about the improvements and
resulting complications in adding this work to the County Contract staff fees that
the project would be a better fit in a subsequent funding cycle as a standalone
city project. In the meantime, to ensure that the parking receipts are expended
as originally intended, staff is recommending that the original planned
investment of $1M be redirected and deployed during 2021 to other parks within
the City.
In 2019, staff presented a citywide plan to invest in 15+ parks, including both
Beukema Park and Reese Playfield. To that end, staff is requesting that the
Commission authorize staff to develop a proposal for $900,000 worth of
improvements to Reese and Beukema Parks during the 20-21 and 21-22 Fiscal
Years utilizing the Beach Parking revenue proceeds.
Staff is also requesting that the Commission authorize staff to develop a proposal
to expend approximately $100,000 to convert the original project scope at PM
Park into a standalone project and proceed with obtaining the necessary
permits. Also, to contract with Consumers Energy to complete utility relocations
at the park for improved site lines, and to complete the previously identified tree

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plantings at PM Park to allow for the trees to become established and be more
substantial by the time the project is pursued at a later date.
Staff can be prepared to present a preliminary proposal for Reese and
Beukema at the May work session, an updated proposal for PM Park items
would likely be ready for consideration at the June work session.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $1,000,000          AMOUNT BUDGETED:         $0
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         101-92106
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Rescind the prior approval of Bulletin #3 pricing
on the Beach Street project in partnership with Muskegon County and direct
staff to develop a proposal for $900,000 of improvements at Beukema Park and
Reese Playfield and to develop a proposal for advancement of the
improvements at Pere Marquette Park as a standalone City project.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Ramsey,
to rescind the prior approval of Bulletin #3 pricing on the Beach Street project in
partnership with Muskegon County and direct staff to develop a proposal for
$900,000 of improvements at Beukema Park and Reese Playfield and to develop
a proposal for advancement of the improvements at Pere Marquette Park as a
standalone City Project.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-
           Sybenga, and Emory
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   B. Special Event Fee Waiver – Americorps Senior Volunteers Recognition
      Event City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Catholic Charities West Michigan/Americorp is seeking
a Special Event Fee Waiver for their volunteer recognition event on June 4, 2021.
Americorps wants to recognize their volunteers with a small event at Hackley
Park. They wat to reserve Hackley Park and all of the picnic tables in the park for
their event. They are asking their City fees be waived for 2021. Based on the
needs of their event, their fees will total $600 ($500 Hackley Park use fee and
$100 application fee).
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To approve/approve in part/deny the request
from Catholic Charities West Michigan/Americorp to waive the $600 in special
event fees for the Senior Volunteers Recognition event in 2021.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Emory, to
approve the request from Catholic Charities West Michigan/Americorp to waive
the $600 in special event fees for the Senior Volunteers Recognition event in
2021.


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ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, and
           Johnson
            Nays: None
            Absent: German
MOTION PASSES
   C. Community EnCompass Development Agreement Amendment
      Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The lot at 1259 Sanford has been removed from the
agreement, and an alternative city owned lot will take its place to be
determined by city staff.
The Muskegon County Land Bank elected to not execute the purchase
agreement for 1259 Sanford that was previously approved. The process for
materials and the homes keeps increasing on the manufacturer side and we
need to execute the development agreement soon, so staff is recommending
that the agreement be amended with language to add a third city owned lot
that will be determined during project implementation. The city has many lots
still available in the McLaughlin and Jackson Hill neighborhoods that would suit
the single-family housing design, but we have not cleared title on a specific one
to add to this agreement as of yet. Approving the development agreement
amendment and giving staff latitude will help ensure that we complete these
affordable homes in this building season, deliver the most units possible within
the budget, and also keep the project on track financially by allowing us to
move forward with the unit purchases before we are exposed to further material
price increases.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the amended development
agreement as presented.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to
approve the amendment to the development agreement as presented.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and Gawron
            Nays: German
*Commissioner Ramsey disclosed a conflict of interest and did not vote on this
item. The City Charter requires a unanimous vote of the remaining members to
pass a motion where a conflict of interest is noted.
MOTION FAILS
ANY OTHER BUSINESS:      Comments were received by Mayor Gawron.
PUBLIC COMMENT:          Public comments were received.
ADJOURNMENT:      The City Commission meeting adjourned at 8:07 p.m.


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   Respectfully Submitted,




   Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk




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                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                      Title: Arena Lease – Carlisle’s

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                               Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: Seeking approval of the proposed lease with Carlisle’s at the Mercy Health Arena.

Detailed Summary: Nearly two years ago, the City Commission approved Carlisle’s response to an RFP
seeking restaurant operator for the Arena. Following a number of delays, including issues with the City’s
liquor license and the COVID-19 Pandemic, the ownership group is ready to move forward. As part of the
lease, the ownership group is obligated to cover the upfront cost of construction and receive a credit
toward rent payments to recover their expenses. The base rental rate is $12.50 per square foot. Initial
designs estimate the square footage of Carlisle’s to be 3,500 square feet, resulting in a $3,125 base
monthly rent. In addition, Carlisle’s will pay a CAM Fee equal to $1,750 per month, and certain fees during
USHL hockey games, professional indoor soccer games, and professional football games. These funds will
be used by the City to meet any obligations to the three existing sports teams that serve as our anchor
tenants. Total gross rent is expected to equal $77,500 annually for the first five-year term. Carlisle’s can
recoup their construction expenses at a rate of $7.00 per month for each $1,000 spent. Initial estimates for
construction were $350,000. We capped the reimbursable expenses at $500,000.


Note: Exhibit A is being finalized by the City Attorney’s office. This exhibit is a management agreement
between the DDA and Carlisle’s that will give the restaurant authorization to operate under the DDA’s
liquor license. Additionally, the pricing in Exhibit C will need to be updated.

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 and authorize the Authorize the Mayor and Clerk 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:
                                   Lease Agreement

        THIS LEASE AGREEMENT (“Agreement”) is among:

     City of Muskegon
     a Michigan municipal corporation
     933 Terrace St.
     Muskegon, MI 49440
      (“City of Muskegon”), and

     Carlisle’s Goods & Leisure, LLC
     a Michigan limited liability company
     14716 Leonard Rd.
     Spring Lake, MI 49456
     (“Carlisle”)

     City of Muskegon
     Downtown Development Authority
     380 W. Western Ave., Suite 202
     Muskegon, Michigan 49440
     (“DDA”)

                                        RECITALS

A.      The City of Muskegon owns the Mercy Health Arena and Conference Center
        located at 470 W. Western Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan 49440 (“Arena”). The
        City of Muskegon is responsible for operation, maintenance and improvements for
        the Arena.

B.      The City of Muskegon has the authority to authorize use of portions of the Arena
        on an exclusive and non-exclusive basis.

C.      The DDA is in the process of applying for a Class C liquor license (“DDA License”)
        from the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (“MLCC”) to provide for the sale and
        consumption of alcoholic beverages, including, concessions, bar and bar service
        throughout the Arena (collectively the “License”).

D.      The DDA is willing to enter into the Participating Management Agreement attached
        to this Agreement as Exhibit A with Carlisle (“Participating Management
        Agreement”) pursuant to Michigan Liquor Control Code, Administrative Rule
        436.1041 to permit Carlisle to operate a restaurant with the sale of alcoholic
        beverages within the Leased Premises (defined below), subject to and only upon
        the approval of the MLCC.




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E.   According to the terms and conditions of this Agreement, the City of Muskegon is
     willing to lease to Carlisle, and Carlisle desires to lease from the City of Muskegon
     space within the Arena depicted on Exhibit B (“Leased Premises”) for the operation
     of a restaurant and bar business commonly known as “Carlisle’s Goods & Leisure”.

In consideration of the premises and the mutual promises set forth herein, the
parties agree as follows:

1.   CARLISLE PARTICIPATING AGREEMENT. In connection with this Agreement,
     the parties agree to act in good faith and to utilize their reasonable efforts to make
     application to the MLCC for the Participating Management Agreement. The parties
     acknowledge that this Agreement is contingent upon and shall only become
     effective upon approval of the MLCC of the DDA License and the Participating
     Management Agreement.

2.   USE AND MANAGEMENT OF LEASED PREMISES. Subject to all laws,
     ordinances, regulations and agreements between the City of Muskegon and third
     parties, Carlisle will have the right to use and manage the Leased Premises only
     as a restaurant/bar and no other use without the express prior written consent of
     the City of Muskegon.

3.   TERM. This Agreement shall become effective upon execution with the
     contingencies provided for herein. The initial term of this Agreement shall be for a
     period of five (5) years, which intial term shall commence on the same date as the
     last of the following events to occur (“Commencement Date”): (i) the date the
     MLCC approves the DDA License and the Participating Management Agreement;
     (ii) the date a certificate of occupancy is issued by the City of Muskegon; and (iii)
     the date a license is issued by the Muskegon County Department of Health The
     Payment of rent shall commence on the first day of the month following such
     approval (“Rent Commencement Date”). In addition, Carlisle shall have six
     additional five (5) year options to renew this Agreement, provided (a) that Carlisle
     is or has not been in any material default of this Agreement at any time during the
     initial term or any option term, (b) the restaurant/bar operated by Carlisle has been
     in continuous operation at all times prior to each option term and (c) Carlisle
     provides written notice of its exercise of each option to renew to the City of
     Muskegon not less than 180 days prior to the last day of the intitial term and any
     renewal term.

4.   CONSTRUCTION AND IMPROVEMENTS; USAGE. Carlisle, at its sole cost and
     expense, will undertake construction of the Leased Premises improvements
     substantially in accordance with the plans, specifications and costs identified and
     attached hereto as Exhibit C. Carlisle agrees to proceed in good faith and in a
     reasonable manner in order to complete the work and obtain all regulatory
     approvals. Construction expenses incurred by Carlisle, up to $500,000, will be
     credited to Carlisle’s rent payments at a rate of $7.00 per month for each $1,000.00
     of construction costs expended.


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5.   CARLISLE’S COMPENSATION. The consideration for the management and
     operation of the Leased Premises by Carlisle is described in the Participating
     Management Agreement.

6.   RENT. On the Rent Commencement Date and on the same day of each month
     thereafter, Carlisle shall pay rent to the City of Muskegon in an amount equal to
     $12.50 per square foot of usable indoor space as shown on Exhibit B (which
     amount equates to $3,125 monthly). In the event Carlisle properly exercises any
     option to renew this Agreement, the amount of rent for the following five year term
     shall increase as follows:

           a.     Option #1            $14.50/sf
           b.     Option #2            $16.00/sf
           c.     Option #3            $17.00/sf
           d.     Option #4            $18.00/sf
           e.     Option #5            $19.00/sf
           f.     Option #6            $20.00/sf

     The square footage calculation shall be based on indoor square footage that is
     fully controled by Carlisle on the concourse level only.

7.   TEMPORARY INCREASE IN RENT. The amount of rent shall increase when there
     are USHL hockey, football, and soccer games which take place in the Arena. The
     amount of rent shall be increased and adjusted in the amount of $500 per hockey
     event day and $400 per football and soccer event day and shall be paid with the
     payment of the following month’s rent. For example, if during the term of the
     Agreement there are five hockey events and two football events at the Arena
     during the month of January, Carlise’s rent for the month of February would be
     increased by $3,300 ($500 x five hockey events ($2,500) + $400 x two football
     events ($800) = $3,300). Carlisle shall have no further obligation to provide
     financial support or sponsorship to any team or event leasing space in the Mercy
     Health Arena. If Carlisle can reasonably demonstrate that events held in the arena
     have a negative impact on gross sales, Carlisle shall not be obligated to provide
     the temoprary rent increase for any such event.

8.   CONTRIBUTION TO OVERHEAD AND MAINTENANCE. Carlisle shall also pay
     to the City of Muskegon a contribution for overhead common utilities and
     maintenance an amount equal to $1,750.00 per month.

9.   UTILITY COSTS. City shall pay all charges for gas, electricity, water, and power.
     Carlisle shall pay all charges for telephone, cable television and internet service
     used, rendered or supplied upon or in connection with the Leased Premises. City
     shall have discretion to set the level of cable service provided within the Leased
     Premesis; Carsiles may request that the City upgrade such services, with the



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      additonal associated costs added to Carlisle’s contribution to overhead and
      maintenance as outlined in Section 8 of this agreement.

10.   ASSIGNMENT. Carlisle shall not assign this Agreement without prior written
      consent of the City of Muskegon. Such approval and consent shall be in the sole
      discretion of the City of Muskegon and shall be subject to the rules and regulations
      of the MLCC. The City of Muskegon may freely assign this Agreement without
      consent by Carlisle.

11.   OBLIGATIONS OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON. The City of Muskegon shall
      furnish “janitorial services” for the exterior of the building and in lobby areas and
      restrooms used by the public, except for those areas used and managed by
      Carlisle. The City of Muskegon agrees to maintain in satisfactory working order as
      determined by the City of Muskegon, all public ways and structures of the Arena,
      including plate glass, roof, and outer walls and heating, electrical and plumbing
      supply sites, air conditioning and hot water supply units. The City of Muskegon
      agrees to allow use of its dumpsters by Carlisle, and the cost of such service is
      included in Carlisle’s contribution to overhead and maintenance as described in
      Section 8 of this Agreement. The City of Muskegon agrees to be responsible for
      any structural repairs, replacements or changes in the Arena which affect the
      Leased Premises for its intended purpose as determined by the City of Muskegon.

12.   OBLIGATIONS OF CARLISLE. Carlisle agrees that it will pay all expenses in
      connection with the use and management of the Leased Premises and fixtures,
      including, but not limited to, all rights and privileges granted, including all metered
      utility services (e.g. electrical, water and sewer service) and all taxes, permits,
      fees, license fees and assessments lawfully levied or assessed upon Carlisle’s
      personal property or upon its use or possession of the Leased Premises and
      fixtures. Carlisle agrees to secure all permits and licenses required related to its
      use of the Leased Premises, including any other metered utility services provided
      to the Leased Premises.

      Carlisle agrees that it will at all times maintain the Leased Premises and fixtures in
      a neat, clean, safe, sanitary and orderly condition, and shall provide janitorial
      services with respect thereto. Carlisle shall provide for the sanitary handling and
      disposal of trash and other refuse from its operation in a manner satisfactory to the
      City of Muskegon.

      Carlisle will make no structural changes or additions to the Leased Premises
      without first obtaining written approval from the City of Muskegon.

      Carlisle agrees to provide and pay for any and all decorations to the Leased
      Premises. Carlisle shall provide the following services from the Leased Premises
      at all times during the term of this Agreement at its sole cost and expense:




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         a.     Carlisle shall furnish, at its expense, all service equipment of every sort
         (such as silverware, linen, glassware, crockery, utensils, pots and pans, and
         additional equipment), which may be required for use in Carlisle’s operation and
         which is not already presently located in the Leased Premises.

         b.     Carlisle shall undertake to comply with all MLCC rules and shall not allow
         entertainment nor allow anyone to enter the Arena with any beverage.

         c.     Carlisle shall cooperate with the City of Muskegon and the DDA in securing
         all permits and licenses required by any public agency, including the DDA License
         and Participating Management Agreement.

         d.     Carlisle shall carry workers compensation insurance in the amounts
         required by state law for all employees hired by Carlisle to work in the Leased
         Premises.
13.      ORDINANCES AND STATUTES. Carlisle shall comply with all statutes,
         ordinances and requirements of all municipal, state and federal authorities now in
         force or which may be in force, pertaining to the Leased Premises, occasioned by
         or affecting the use thereof by Carlisle. The commencement or pendency of any
         state or federal court abatement proceeding affecting the use of the Leased
         Premises shall, at the option of the City of Muskegon, be deemed a breach hereof.
14.      MAINTENANCE, REPAIRS, ALTERATIONS. Carlisle shall, at its expense and at
         all times, maintain the Leased Premises in good and safe condition, including plate
         glass, electrical wiring, plumbing and heating installations. Carlisle shall also
         maintain in good condition such portions adjacent to the Arena within the Leased
         Premises, such as sidewalks, driveways, lawns and shrubbery.
15.      ENTRY AND INSPECTION. Carlisle shall permit the City of Muskegon or the City
         of Muskegon’s agents to enter upon the Leased Premises at reasonable times for
         the purpose of performing maintenance and making repairs and replacement in
         any case where the City of Muskegon is obligated, and in any other case where
         the City of Muskegon determined that it was necessary to do so in order to
         preserve the structural safety of the Leased Premises or Arena to correct any
         condition likely to cause injuries or damages to persons or property.
      16. DAMAGE OR DESTRUCTION OF PREMISES. If by reason of any cause, other
          than caused by Carlisle, its employees, customers or agents, the Leased Premises
          is damaged to such an extent that the Leased Premises is unusable in whole, then
          the City of Muskegon shall repair the structural and mechanical portions of the
          Leased Premises and Carlisle shall repair the interior portion of the Leased
          Premises, including all equipment and fixtures.
17.      RISK OF LOSS. During the term of this Agreement, and any extension or
         renewal thereof, the risk of loss with respect to all risks insurable under a fire and
         extended coverage insurance policy meeting the requirements of the laws of the
         State of Michigan, together with the risk of loss with respect to all uninsurable

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      losses to the Leased Premises which are subject to the control or prevention by
      Carlisle, shall rest upon Carlisle.

18.   SUBROGATION. Carlisle, its officers, agents or employees shall not be liable for
      damage to the Leased Premises or for interruption of rent resulting from any of
      the perils covered by fire and extended coverage insurance and the City of
      Muskegon agrees not to sue for such damage. The City of Muskegon, its officers,
      agents or employees shall not be liable for damage to the property or business of
      Carlisle in or on the Leased Premises resulting from any of the perils covered if
      such insurance were in force, and Carlisle agrees not to sue for such damage.

19.   INSURANCE. On or before the Commencement Date, Carlisle, at its expense,
      shall maintain (a) general liability insurance with minimum coverage in the amount
      of $1,000,000.00 per occurrence and $5,000,000.00 in the aggregate and (b)
      casualty insurance with minimum coverage in the amount of $1,000,000.00.
      Carlisle shall provide the City of Muskegon and the DDA with a Certificate of
      Insurance showing the City of Muskegon and DDA as additional insureds. The
      Certificate shall provide for a thirty (30) day written notice to the City of Muskegon
      and DDA in the event of cancellation or material change of coverage. The parties
      agree to notify the other parties in writing as soon as practicable of any claim,
      demand or action arising out of an occurrence covered, and to cooperate with each
      other in the investigation and defense of such claim. Carlisle shall also be
      responsible for a portion of the cost of the liquor liability insurance purchased by
      the City of Muskegon for the Arena. Carlisle agrees that the amount of the liquor
      liability premium equal to the percent that Carlisle’s alcohol sales bear to total sales
      under the License during the measured period of time shall be added to the rent
      on an estimated prorated basis, with any necessary adjustments being made
      within 30 days after the end of a calendar quarter.
20.   SIGNS. All signage shall be in conformance with existing signage agreements and
      all applicable laws, ordinances and statutes and Carlisle shall not place any sign
      on or in the Arena without the prior written consent of the City of Muskegon which
      consent shall not unreasonably be withheld or delayed.
21.   ABANDONMENT OF PREMISES. If Carlisle shall abandon or vacate the Leased
      Premises, or be dispossessed by process of law, or otherwise, the City of
      Muskegon shall have the right to terminate this Agreement. In such event, any
      personal property belonging to Carlisle left within the Leased Premises shall be
      deemed to be abandoned, and the City of Muskegon shall be permitted to dispose
      of such personal property as it deems appropriate.
22.   INSOLVENCY. In the event a receiver is appointed to take over the Carlisle’s
      business, and such receivership is not dismissed within sixty (60) days or in the
      event that the Carlisle makes a general assignment for the benefit of creditors, or
      Carlisle takes any action under any insolvency or bankruptcy act, the same shall
      constitute breach of this Agreement by Carlisle.



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23.   TERMINATION OF AGREEMENT. Subject to the provisions in Paragraph 25, The
      City of Muskegon, at its option, may terminate this Agreement in its entirety upon
      the happening of any one or more of the following events:

      a.     If any expenses, fees, charges, and/or other money payments for which
      Carlisle is financially responsible to pay to the City of Muskegon, the DDA or
      MLCC, shall be unpaid 10 days from the date that they become due;

      b.     If Carlisle abandons the Leased Premises for a period of 30 days at any
      one time, except when such abandonment and cessation is due to fire, earthquake,
      governmental action or default by the City of Muskegon;

      c.     If Carlisle shall use or permit the use of the Leased Premises at any time
      for any purpose for which the use was not authorized by this Agreement or by a
      subsequent written agreement between the parties; or,

      d.    If Carlisle shall use or permit the use of the Leased Premises in violation of
      any law, rule or regulation to which Carlisle had agreed in this Agreement to
      conform after written notice and opportunity to cure.

24.   REMEDIES OF OWNER ON DEFAULT. In the event of any material breach of
      this Agreement by Carlisle, the City of Muskegon may, at its option, terminate this
      Agreement and recover from Carlisle all rent due for the remaining months of the
      initial term or any renewal term for which Carlisle opted to exercise.

      The City of Muskegon may, in the alternative, continue this Agreement in effect.
      For so long as the City of Muskegon does not terminate Carlisle’s right to use and
      management of the Leased Premises, the City of Muskegon may enforce all of its
      rights and remedies under this Agreement, including the right to recover rent and
      all other monetary obligations of Carlisle under this Agreement. The City of
      Muskegon may at any time thereafter, elect to terminate this Agreement. Nothing
      contained herein shall be deemed to limit any other rights or remedies which the
      City of Muskegon may have.

25.   RIGHT TO CURE. In addition to the rights herein before set forth, Carlisle shall
      have the right to contest any allegation of material breach in the appropriate court
      in Muskegon County, Michigan. In the event of an adjudication of a material default
      of this Agreement by such court, the relief shall provide that Carlisle shall have 10
      days from the date of such adjudication to cure the default.

26.   RESERVATION OF RIGHTS BY THE CITY OF MUSKEGON.

      a.    The City of Muskegon reserves the right to further develop or improve the
      Arena as it sees fits, regardless of the desires or view of Carlisle.




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      b.    The City of Muskegon reserves the right to adopt, from time to time,
      reasonable rules and regulations for the operation of the Arena which are not
      inconsistent with the provisions of this Agreement. Carlisle and its agents,
      employees, invitees, and licenses shall comply with all those rules and regulations.

27.   SURRENDER AND HOLDING OVER. Carlisle agrees that at the expiration or
      termination of this Agreement, it will quit and surrender the Leased Premises in
      good state and condition, reasonable wear and tear excepted, and also excepting
      damage arising from acts, events or conditions beyond the control of Carlisle, and
      that Carlisle shall forthwith remove all equipment trade fixtures and personal
      property belonging to it. Carlisle shall give the City of Muskegon the first right of
      refusal to purchase any equipment or trade fixtures purchased by Carlisle. Carlisle
      further agrees that all structures and improvements on the Leased Premises and
      all fixtures in Exhibit C are the property of the City of Muskegon, shall remain upon
      the Leased Premises, and shall be in good usable order and condition, with
      allowance for reasonable wear and tear and damage by the elements, and also
      excepting damage arising from acts, events and conditions beyond the control of
      Carlisle. The City of Muskegon shall have the right upon such expiration or
      termination to enter upon and take possession of such property.

28.   GENERAL PROVISIONS.

      a.     Governing Law. This Agreement is executed in accordance with, shall be
      governed by, and construed and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the
      State of Michigan.

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

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

      d.     Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, and each
      set of duly delivered identical counterparts which includes all signatories shall be
      deemed to be one original document.

      e.      Full Execution. This Agreement requires the signature of both parties.
      Until fully executed, on a single copy or in counterparts, this Agreement is of no
      binding force or effect and if not fully executed, this Agreement is void.




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

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

       h.      Assignment or Delegation. Carlisle shall not assign all or any portion of
       its rights and obligations contained in this Agreement without the express prior
       written approval of the City of Muskegon, which approval may be withheld in the
       sole discretion of the City of Muskegon.

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

       j.     Terms. Nouns and pronouns will be deemed to refer to the masculine,
       feminine, neuter, singular and plural, as the identity of the person or persons, firm
       or corporation may in the context require.
       k.     Electronic Signatures. The parties have agreed that electronic copies of
       the signed Agreement shall constitute a valid, enforceable agreement.

       l.      No Joint Venture. Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed as to
create a joint venture, partnership or any busness relationship other than landlord and
tenant.

       m.     Notices. All notices, approvals, consents and other communications
required under this Agreement shall be in writing and shall be deemed given: (i) when
delivered in person; (ii) when sent by fax or email: (iii) when sent by a nationally-
recognized receipted overnight delivery service with delivery fees prepaid; or (iv) when
sent by United States first-class, registered, or certified mail, postage prepaid. The
notice shall be effective immediately upon personal delivery or upon transmission of the
fax or email; one day after depositing with a nationally recognized overnight delivery
service; and five days after sending by first class, registered, or certified mail.

Notices shall be sent to the parties as follows:

       To: City of Muskegon
       933 Terrace Street
       Muskegon, MI 49440
       Attn: Frank Peterson
       Email: frank.peterson@shorelinecity.com

       w/copy to

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Parmenter O'Toole
601 Terrace Street
Muskegon, Michigan 49440
Attn: John Schrier
Email: john@parmenterlaw.com

To DDA
380 West Western Avenue Suite 202
Muskegon, MI 49440
Attn: ___________________________
Email: ___________________________

To: Carlisle
14716 Leonard Road
Spring Lake, MI 49456
Attn: ___________________________
Email: ___________________________

          {Signatures appear on the following three pages.}

THE CITY OF MUSKEGON


By:    ________________________
Name: Stephen J. Gawron
Title: Mayor
Date: ____________________, 2021


By:    ________________________
Name: Ann Meisch
Title: Clerk
Date: ____________________, 2021




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THE CITY OF MUSKEGON
Downtown Development Authority

By:    ________________________
Name: Martha Bottomly
Title: Chair
Date: ____________________, 2021




                              11
CARLISLE’S GOODS & LEISURE, LLC


By:    ________________________
Name:
Title: Member
Date:_________________, 2021




                              12
            Exhibit A

Participating Management Agreement




                13
   Exhibit B

Leased Premises




      14
                Exhibit C

Carlisle Plans, Specifications and Fixtures

                (attached)




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                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5-11-2021                     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 subsequently approved 18 establishments. The attached resolution is
for a second location for Pigeon Hill Brewing Company LLC at 441 W. Western (the former night
club/bowling alley) and for Pines Bar LLC, 149 Shoreline Dr. Suite B (Hot Rod Harley-Davidson’s
new liquor license). Both are seeking a Social District permit from the state and seeking City
Commission recommended approval. The Social District plan contains now 24 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:
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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 at Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace, Muskegon, MI 49440
and virtually online on the city’s Facebook page on the 11th day of May, 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. Pines Bar, LLC at Shoreline Drive, Suite B (Hot Rod Harley-Davidson).
           b. Pigeon Hill Brewing Company, LLC, at 441 W. Western.

       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 May 11, 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 and that the minutes of said meeting were kept and will
be or have been made available as required by said Act.




                                                          Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk
                                                          Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
                                                                                                                                                                      Business ID:
                                                                     Liquor Control Commission (MLCC)
                                                              Toll-Free: 866-813-0011 - www.michigan.gov/lcc                                                          Request ID:

                                                                                                                                                                                             (For MLCC Use Only)

                                                                         Social District Permit Application
Part 1 - Licensee Information
Individuals, please state your legal name. Corporations or Limited Liability Companies, please state your name as it appears on your Articles of Incorporation / Organization.
                           Pigeon Hill Brewing Company, LLC
Licensee name:

                    441 W. Western Ave.
Address:

           Muskegon                                                                              MI                                                        49440
City:                                                                               State:                                                Zip Code:

                         Michael A. Brower                                              616.566.6664                                                    michael@pigeonhillbrew.com
Contact Name:                                                            Phone:                                                           Email:


Part 2 - Required Documents & Fees

          Local Governmental Unit Approval
          Approval from the local governmental unit (city council, township board, village council) is required to be submitted with this application
          (See page 2 for approval form)

                                                                                                                                                                       Leave Blank - MLCC Use Only
                                                                                                            TOTAL DUE:
         $70.00 Inspection Fee (MLCC Fee Code 4036)

         $250.00 Social District Permit Fee (MLCC Fee Code 4081)                            Make checks payable to State of Michigan



Part 3 - Signature of Licensee
Under administrative rule R 436.1003, the licensee shall comply with all state and local building, plumbing, zoning, sanitation, and health
laws, rules, and ordinances as determined by the state and local law enforcements officials who have jurisdiction over the licensee.
Approval of this application by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission does not waive any of these requirements. The licensee must
obtain all other required state and local licenses, permits, and approvals for this business before using this permit for the sale of alcoholic
liquor on the licensed premises.

I certify that the information contained in this form is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief. I agree to comply with all
requirements of the Michigan Liquor Control Code and Administrative Rules. I also understand that providing false or fraudulent
information is a violation of the Liquor Control Code pursuant to MCL 436.2003.

The person signing this form has demonstrated that they have authorization to do so and have attached appropriate documentation as
proof.
 Pigeon Hill Brewing Company, LLC
 By Michael A. Brower, Manager & Member
                  Print Name of Licensee & Title                                                          Signature of Licensee                                                                  Date

                                                            Please return this completed form and fees to:
                                                                 Michigan Liquor Control Commission
                                                          Mailing address: P.O. Box 30005, Lansing, MI 48909
                                              Hand deliveries: Constitution Hall - 525 W. Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48933
                                                 Overnight deliveries: 2407 N. Grand River Avenue, Lansing, MI 48906
                                                         Fax with Credit Card Authorization to: 517-284-8557




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                                                         Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs                                                      Business ID:
                                                                    Liquor Control Commission (MLCC)
                                                             Toll Free: 866-813-0011 • www.michigan.gov/lcc                                                           Request ID:
                                                                                                                                                                                               (For MLCC use only)


                                                Local Governmental Unit Approval For Social District Permit

Instructions for Governing Body of Local Governmental Unit:
A qualified licensee that wishes to apply for a Social District Permit must first obtain approval from the governing body of the local governmental unit where the
licensee is located and for which the local governmental unit has designated a social district with a commons area that is clearly marked and shared by and
contiguous to the licensed premises of at least two (2) qualified licensees, pursuant to MCL 436.1551. Complete this resolution or provide a resolution, along with
certification from the clerk or adopted minutes from the meeting at which this request was considered.


   At a                                                        meeting of the                                               City of Muskegon                                               council/board
                   (regular or special)                                                                                (name of city, township, or village)


   called to order by                                                                                             on                                               at
                                                                                                                                        (date)                                          (time)
   the following resolution was offered:

   Moved by                                                                                       and supported by

   that the application from Pigeon Hill Brewing Company, LLC
                                                                              (name of licensee - if a corporation or limited liability company, please state the company name)


   for a Social District Permit is                                                                                            by this body for consideration for approval by the
                                                                   (recommended/not recommended)
   Michigan Liquor Control Commission.

   If not recommended, state the reason:

                                                                                                    Vote

                                                                                             Yeas:
                                                                                            Nays:
                                                                                           Absent:

   I hereby certify that the foregoing is true and is a complete copy of the resolution offered and adopted by the
                                                                                                                                                                                (name of city, township, or village)
   council/board at a                                                                            meeting held on
                                                  (regular or special)                                                                           (date)



   I further certify that the licensed premises of the aforementioned licensee are contiguous to the commons area designated by the
   council/board as part of a social district pursuant to MCL 436.1551.




                  Print Name of Clerk                                                                     Signature of Clerk                                                                   Date


Under Article IV, Section 40, of the Constitution of Michigan (1963), the Commission shall exercise complete control of the alcoholic beverage traffic
within this state, including the retail sales thereof, subject to statutory limitations. Further, the Commission shall have the sole right, power, and duty to
control the alcoholic beverage traffic and traffic in other alcoholic liquor within this state, including the licensure of businesses and individuals.




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                                                          Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
                                                                                                                                                                      Business ID:
                                                                     Liquor Control Commission (MLCC)
                                                              Toll-Free: 866-813-0011 - www.michigan.gov/lcc                                                          Request ID:

                                                                                                                                                                                             (For MLCC Use Only)

                                                                         Social District Permit Application
Part 1 - Licensee Information
Individuals, please state your legal name. Corporations or Limited Liability Companies, please state your name as it appears on your Articles of Incorporation / Organization.

Licensee name:            Pines Bar, LLC

Address:           149 Shoreline Dr., Suite B

City: Muskegon                                                                      State: MI                                             Zip Code: 49440

Contact Name: Scott Campbell                                             Phone: 231-578-9853                                              Email:        scampbell@themyautogroup.com


Part 2 - Required Documents & Fees

          Local Governmental Unit Approval
          Approval from the local governmental unit (city council, township board, village council) is required to be submitted with this application
          (See page 2 for approval form)

                                                                                                                                                                       Leave Blank - MLCC Use Only
                                                                                                            TOTAL DUE:
         $70.00 Inspection Fee (MLCC Fee Code 4036)

         $250.00 Social District Permit Fee (MLCC Fee Code 4081)                            Make checks payable to State of Michigan



Part 3 - Signature of Licensee
Under administrative rule R 436.1003, the licensee shall comply with all state and local building, plumbing, zoning, sanitation, and health
laws, rules, and ordinances as determined by the state and local law enforcements officials who have jurisdiction over the licensee.
Approval of this application by the Michigan Liquor Control Commission does not waive any of these requirements. The licensee must
obtain all other required state and local licenses, permits, and approvals for this business before using this permit for the sale of alcoholic
liquor on the licensed premises.

I certify that the information contained in this form is true and accurate to the best of my knowledge and belief. I agree to comply with all
requirements of the Michigan Liquor Control Code and Administrative Rules. I also understand that providing false or fraudulent
information is a violation of the Liquor Control Code pursuant to MCL 436.2003.

The person signing this form has demonstrated that they have authorization to do so and have attached appropriate documentation as
proof.

Scott Campbell, Member

                  Print Name of Licensee & Title                                                          Signature of Licensee                                                                  Date

                                                            Please return this completed form and fees to:
                                                                 Michigan Liquor Control Commission
                                                          Mailing address: P.O. Box 30005, Lansing, MI 48909
                                              Hand deliveries: Constitution Hall - 525 W. Allegan Street, Lansing, MI 48933
                                                 Overnight deliveries: 2407 N. Grand River Avenue, Lansing, MI 48906
                                                         Fax with Credit Card Authorization to: 517-284-8557




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                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                  Title: Sale of vacant lot-1210 Morgan

Submitted By: Hope Griffith                            Department: Planning Department

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned vacant lot at 1210 Morgan
Avenue to Edward S. Pierce Jr. of 1311 Adams Avenue.

Detailed Summary: The City has owned this property for many years (there is no sale information
on this property). The adjacent property owner would like to buy this property to construct a single-
family home on it within 18 months of closing. Mr. Pierce offered $4,000.00 plus costs associated
with the closing and registering of the deed. The policy is to sell the property at 75% of the True
Cash Value (TCV) which would be $4,875.00 ($6,500 (TCV) @ 75%).




Amount Requested: None.                               Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion: Authorize the City Mayor and Clerk to sign the Purchase Agreement and
deed and to allow Staff to complete the property sale.



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For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                           QUIT-CLAIM DEED

KNOW ALL MEN BY THESE PRESENTS: That the CITY OF MUSKEGON, a Michigan Municipal
Corporation, of 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49440,

QUIT CLAIMS to EDWARD S. PIERCE JR, a married man, of 1311 Adams Ave., Muskegon,
Michigan, 49442,

the following described premises situated in the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, State of
Michigan, to wit:

        CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL PLAT NO. 4 LOT 737.
        Also known as: 1210 Morgan Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan 49442
        Parcel # 24-613-000-0737-00

for the sum of Four Thousand Dollars ($4,000.00)

PROVIDED, HOWEBER, Grantee, or its assigns, shall complete construction of one (1) single family
home on the premises herein conveyed within eighteen (18) months after the date hereof. In default of
such construction, title to the premises shall revert to the City of Muskegon free and clear of any claim of
Grantee or its assigns. In addition, the City of Muskegon may retain the consideration for this conveyance
free and clear of any claim of Grantee or its assigns. Buyer shall remove only those trees necessary for
construction of the home and driveway. "Complete construction" means: (1) issuance of a residential
building permit by the City of Muskegon; and, (2) in the sole opinion of the City of Muskegon's Director
of Inspections, substantial completion of the dwelling described in the said building permit. In the event
of reversion of title of the above-described premises, improvements made thereon shall become the
property of Grantor. Provided, further, that Grantee covenants that the parcel described above shall be
improved with not more than one (1) single family home, and it shall be occupied after the City issues a
certificate of occupancy. These covenants and conditions shall run with the land.

Subject to easement, use, building, and other restrictions of record, if any

This deed is exempt from real estate transfer tax pursuant to the provisions of MCLA 207.505(h)(i) and
MCLA 207.526 Sec. 6(h)(i).

Dated this ____ day of May, 2021.

Signed in the presence of:                                         CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                                   By___________________________
                                                                   Stephen J. Gawron, Its Mayor

                                                                   and___________________________
                                                                   Ann Marie Meisch, MMC, Clerk
STATE OF MICHIGAN
COUNTY OF MUSKEGON

      Signed and sworn to before me in Muskegon County, Michigan, on May ___, 2021, by
STEPHEN J. GAWRON and ANN MARIE MEISCH, MMC, the Mayor and Clerk, respectively, of the
CITY OF MUSKEGON, a municipal corporation, on behalf of the City.

                                                           _______________________________________
PREPARED BY: Hope Griffith                                 _______________________, Notary Public
City of Muskegon                                           Acting in the County of _________________,
933 Terrace St Rm 202                                      __________________________County, MI
Muskegon, MI 49440                                         My Comm. Expires: ___________________
Telephone: (231) 724-6760

WHEN RECORDED RETURN TO: GRANTEE                           SEND SUBSEQUENT TAX BILLS TO: GRANTEE
                         REAL ESTATE PURCHASE AGREEMENT


        THIS AGREEMENT is made May ____, 2021, by and between the CITY OF
MUSKEGON, a Municipal Corporation, of 933 Terrace St., Muskegon, Michigan 49440
("Seller"), and EDWARD S. PIERCE JR., a married man, of 1311 Adams Ave., Muskegon, MI
49441 ("Buyer").

        1.      General Agreement and Description of Premises. Seller agrees to sell, and
Buyer agrees to buy, marketable record title of real estate, and all improvements thereon, with all
beneficial easements, and with all of Seller's right, title and interest in all adjoining public ways,
the real property located in the City of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan ("Premises"),
and specifically described as:

       1210 Morgan Ave. Parcel # 24-613-000-0737-00:
       CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL PLAT NO. 4 LOT 737.

Subject to the reservations, restrictions, and easements of record, provided said reservations,
restrictions and easements of record are acceptable to Buyer upon disclosure and review of the
same, and subject to any governmental inspections required by law.

        2.     Purchase Price and Manner of Payment. The purchase price for the Premises
shall be Four Thousand no/100 Dollars ($4,000.00), payable in cash or wire transfer to
Transnation Title Insurance Company.

       3.      Taxes and Assessments. All taxes and assessments that are due and payable at
the time of Closing shall be paid by Seller prior to or at Closing. All taxes and special
assessments that become due and payable after Closing shall be the responsibility of Buyer.

        4.      Title Insurance. Seller agrees to deliver to the Buyer, ten (10) days prior to
closing, a commitment for title insurance, issued by Transnation Title Insurance Company, for an
amount not less than the purchase price stated in this Agreement, guaranteeing title on the
conditions required herein. In the event the reservations, restrictions or easements of record
disclosed by said title commitment is, in the sole discretion of Buyer, deemed unreasonable,
Seller shall have forty-five (45) days from the date Seller is notified in writing of such
unreasonableness of restriction and such unmarketability of title, to remedy such objections. If
Seller resolves such restrictions and remedies the title (by obtaining satisfactory title insurance or
otherwise) within the time specified, Buyer agrees to complete this sale as herein provided,
within ten (10) days of written notification thereof. If Seller fails to resolve such restrictions or
remedy the title within the time above specified or fails to obtain satisfactory title insurance, this
Agreement will be terminated at Buyer's option. The premium for the owner's title policy shall
be paid by Seller.

        5.      Covenant to Construct Improvements and Use. Buyer acknowledges that, as
part of the consideration inuring to the City, Buyer covenants and agrees to construct a single-
family home on the premises herein conveyed within eighteen (18) months after the date of
closing. In default of such construction, title to the premises shall revert to the City of Muskegon
free and clear of any claim of Grantee or its assigns. In addition, the City of Muskegon may
retain the consideration for this conveyance free and clear of any claim of Grantee or its assigns.
"Complete construction" means: (1) issuance of all residential building permits by the City of
Muskegon; and, (2) in the sole opinion of the City of Muskegon's Director of Inspections,
substantial completion of the residential development described in the said building permits. In
the event of reversion of title of the above-described premises, improvements made thereon shall
become the property of Grantor, without any compensation or credit to the Buyer. These
covenants and conditions shall run with the land.

        6.      Survey. Buyer at its own expense may obtain a survey of the Premises, and
Buyer or its surveyor or other agents may enter the Premises for that purpose prior to Closing. If
no survey is obtained, Buyer agrees that Buyer is relying solely upon Buyer's own judgment as to
the location, boundaries and area of the Premises and improvements thereon without regard to
any representations that may have been made by Seller or any other person. In the event that a
survey by a registered land surveyor made prior to closing discloses an encroachment or
substantial variation from the presumed land boundaries or area, Seller shall have the option of
effecting a remedy within thirty (30) days after disclosure, or tendering Buyer's deposit in full
termination of this Purchase Agreement and paying the cost of such survey. Buyer may elect to
purchase the Premises subject to said encroachment or variation.

     7.    Condition of Premises and Examination by Buyer. NO IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF HABITABILITY, QUALITY, CONDITION, FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER IMPLIED WARRANTIES SHALL OPERATE
BETWEEN SELLER AND BUYER, AND BUYER EXPRESSLY WAIVES ANY AND ALL
SUCH IMPLIED WARRANTIES. BUYER UNDERSTANDS AND AGREES THAT THE
PREMISES ARE TAKEN "AS IS," SUBJECT TO THE EXPRESS COVENANTS,
CONDITIONS AND/OR EXPRESS WARRANTIES CONTAINED IN THIS PURCHASE
AGREEMENT. BUYER FURTHER SAYS THAT HE HAS PERSONALLY INSPECTED
THE PREMISES AND IS SATISFIED WITH THE CONDITION OF THE LAND, AND THE
BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON, AND THAT THE PROPERTY IS BEING
PURCHASED AS A RESULT OF SUCH INSPECTION AND INVESTIGATION AND NOT
DUE TO ANY REPRESENTATIONS MADE BY OR ON BEHALF OF SELLER. SELLER
KNOWS OF NO HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES OR CONTAMINATION, AND BUYER
WAIVES ANY CLAIM AGAINST SELLER IN THE EVENT SUCH STUBSTANCES ARE
FOUND.

       8.     Closing. The closing date of this sale shall be held 90 days from City
Commission approval of the sale, more specifically on or before August 11, 2021 ("Closing").
The Closing shall be conducted at Transnation Title Insurance Company, 570 Seminole Rd. Ste
102, Muskegon, Michigan 49444. If necessary, the parties shall execute an IRS closing report at
the Closing.

       9.      Delivery of Deed. Seller shall execute and deliver a quit claim deed to Buyer at
Closing for the Premises.
       10.     Affidavit of Title. At the Closing, Seller shall deliver to Buyer an executed
Affidavit of Title.

        11.    Date of Possession. Possession of Premises is to be delivered to Buyer by Seller
on the date of Closing.

       12.     Costs. Seller shall be responsible to pay the Michigan transfer tax, if any, in the
amount required by law. In addition, Seller shall be responsible to pay for the recording of any
instrument that must be recorded to clear title to the Premises, to the extent required by this
Agreement.

               Buyer shall pay for the cost of recording the deed to be delivered at Closing.

               Seller and Buyer shall split the closing costs.

       13.     General Provisions.

             a.     Paragraph Headings. The paragraph headings are inserted in this
       Agreement only for convenience.

                b.    Pronouns. When applicable, pronouns and relative words shall be read as
       plural, feminine or neuter.

              c.     Merger. It is understood and agreed that all understandings and
       agreements previously made between Buyer and Seller are merged into this Agreement,
       which alone fully and completely expresses the agreement of the parties.

              d.      Governing Law. This Agreement shall be interpreted and enforced
       pursuant to the laws of the State of Michigan.

              e.      Successors. All terms and conditions of this Agreement shall be binding
       upon the parties, their successors and assigns.

               f.      Severability. In case any one or more of the provisions contained in this
       Agreement shall for any reason be held to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any
       respect, such invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability shall not affect any other provision
       of this Agreement, and this Agreement shall be construed as if such invalid, illegal, or
       unenforceable provision(s) had never been contained herein.

              g.      Survival of Representations and Warranties. The representations,
       warranties, covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement and in any instrument
       provided for herein shall survive the Closing and continue in full force and effect after
       the consummation of this purchase and sale.

              h.      Modification of the Agreement. This Agreement shall not be amended
       except by a writing signed by Seller and Buyer.
       The parties have executed this Real Estate Purchase Agreement the day and year first
above written.

WITNESSES:                                     SELLER: CITY OF MUSKEGON


_______________________________                By_____________________________________
                                               Stephen Gawron, Its Mayor


_______________________________                By ____________________________________
                                               Ann Marie Meisch, MMC, Its Clerk


                                               BUYER:


_______________________________                By_____________________________________
                                               Edward S. Pierce Jr.
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021               Title: 2021 User Fee Update

Submitted By: Kenneth Grant                         Department: Finance

Brief Summary: Additional user fees from the Parks and Cemetery departments that to have be
incorporated into the Master Fee Resolution that is attached for your consideration.




Key Updates : (See Highlighted Items on the Spreadsheet for all of the changes )
   •   DPW Parks- various Channel and Picnic Shelter Rental
   •   DPW Parks- Hackley Park & Harbour Towne Special Events
   •   Cemetery- Headstone Setting Fee


Amount Requested:                                  Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: Approval of the additional user fees from the Parks and Cemetery
departments to be incorporated into the 2021 Master Fee Resolution




For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                                                             CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                                2021 USER FEES
                    CEMETERIES SERVICE HEADSTONE SETTING
 58   CEMETERIES                                                 EACH                               75.00                                                                  *NEW FEE*
                    FEE
                    EXCLUSIVE USE OF HACKLEY PK FOR SPECIAL
133   DPW (PARKS)                                               PER DAY                  125.00    500.00                                                                  300.00%
                    EVENTS
                    EXCLUSIVE USE OF HACKLEY PK FOR SPECIAL
134   DPW (PARKS)                                              PER HOUR                            100.00                                                                  *NEW FEE*
                    EVENTS
                    EXCLUSIVE USE OF PERE MARQUETTE LARGE
135   DPW (PARKS)                                               PER DAY                  125.00    250.00           EACH VEHICLE MUST HAVE BEACH PARKING PASS              100.00%
                    OVAL FOR SPECIAL EVENTS
                    EXCLUSIVE USE OF HARBOUR TOWNE BEACH
136   DPW (PARKS)                                               PER DAY                           1,500.00                                                                 *NEW FEE*
                    FOR SPECIAL EVENTS
139   DPW (PARKS)   PARK BUILDING USE                         PER SESSION                          175.00    11AM-7PM RENTAL ($50 REFUNDABLE FOR CLEANING DEPOSIT)         *NEW FEE*

141   DPW (PARKS)   PARK BUILDING USE                         PER SESSION                125.00    125.00    9-3 or 4-11 SESSIONS (+$50 REFUNDABLE FOR CLEANING DEPOSIT)
148   DPW (PARKS)   CHANNEL SHELTER RENTAL                      PER DAY                  150.00     50.00                            9am-11pm                              -66.67%
149   DPW (PARKS)   CHANNEL SHELTER RENTAL                    EACH SESSION                75.00     25.00                                                                  -66.67%
150   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                     EACH SESSION               100.00     30.00                   Kruse#4 & Margaret Drake Elliot                -70.00%
151   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                     EACH SESSION               100.00    100.00                             Seyferth Park
152   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                       PER DAY                  200.00     75.00           Kruse#4 & Margaret Drake Elliot from 9am-11pm          -62.50%
153   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                       PER DAY                  200.00    175.00                             Seyferth Park                        -12.50%
154   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                     EACH SESSION                75.00     25.00                   Kruse 1, 2 and 3 from 9am-11pm                 -66.67%
155   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                     EACH SESSION                75.00     75.00                              Beachwood
156   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                     EACH SESSION                50.00     50.00                     Campbell and Smith Ryerson
157   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                       PER DAY                  100.00     75.00                     Campbell and Smith Ryerson                   -25.00%
158   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                       PER DAY                  150.00     50.00                 For Kruse 1, 2 and 3 from 9am-11pm               -66.67%
159   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                       PER DAY                  150.00    125.00                        Beachwood 9am-11pm                        -16.67%
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                  Title: 3rd Quarter Budget Reforecast

Submitted By: Beth Lewis                               Department: Finance

Brief Summary: At this time staff is asking for approval of the 3rd Quarter Budget Reforecast for the
FY2020-21 budget year.



Detailed Summary: Staff has prepared the 3rd Quarter Budget Reforecast a memo outlining some
of the highlights is attached.




Amount Requested: n/a                                Amount Budgeted: n/a

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the 3rd Quarter FY2020-21 Budget Reforecast as presented.



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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
Memo
 To:     City Commissioners
 From:   Finance Director
 Date:   5/3/2021
 Re:     FY2020-21 3rd Quarter Budget Reforecast



 Highlights of 3rd Quarter Budget Reforecast:

 General Fund

 No Change to the Income Tax budget number at this time. The collections through April are about
 $200,000 below the same time last year however refunds are much higher. Income Tax Penalty &
 Interest was adjusted up based on collections. A fourth quarter reforecast may be necessary as we get
 closer to June. At this time I am optimistic that the Income Tax collections will end up higher than
 projected.

 Federal Grant Revenue was adjusted down for the lower than expected Public Safety Payroll
 Reimbursement from the States CARES Act monies.

 State Grant Revenue was adjusted up after receiving $112,000 from the States Marihuana collections.

 Costs centers were added and labeled for 2020 Capital Improvement Bond projects and Parking
 Operations expenses for the Paid Beach parking.

 Revenue account numbers were added for Marihuana Streetscaping and Social Justice donations and
 the Social District.

 We are expecting our first payment under the American Rescue Plan Act in the first part of May. We are
 expecting to use $225,000 as Revenue Replacement to balance the General Fund deficit. This amount
 could change depending on Income Tax collections.

 The Public Service Building Fund and the Engineering Service Fund will both need a General Fund
 transfer to prevent a deficit. The Public Service Building rent will be increased for next year to prevent a
 deficit.

 The transfer to the Mercy Health Arena Fund has been increased from $550,000 to $650,000




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State Grants Fund

Next fiscal year this fund will be renamed to Federal and State Grants fund. Our ARPA monies will be
put in this fund. For the 3rd Quarter Reforecast we are showing the first half payment.

Sewer Fund

The December – March water treatment billings from the County have dropped dramatically from this
time last year which caused decrease in our budgeted amount from $6,600,000 to $5,300,000 this
combined with the 20% rate increase that was approved in January will give us an operating surplus for
this year. More than likely we will still need to do a deficit elimination plan for FY2020-21.




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                                                   BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                         GENERAL FUND 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
    GL NUMBER                                               2018-19       2019-20         2020-21       2020-21      MARCH 31, 2020    MARCH 31, 2021       2020-21
        AND                                                 ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL      AMENDED          ACTUAL            ACTUAL         3RD QUARTER
BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                    DESCRIPTION                                     BUDGET         BUDGET         EXPENSES          EXPENSE          REFORECAST

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
101-00000-4100          PROPERTY TAX                         5,264,060      5,460,339      5,668,983     5,660,071        4,793,186         5,061,233        5,660,071
101-00000-4102          IN LIEU OF TAX                         133,642        132,023         84,587        84,587              -                 -             84,587
101-00000-4103          IFT/CFT TAX                            106,297        128,212         76,468        76,468              -                 -             76,468
101-00000-4104          PROPERTY TAX SANITATION              1,564,050      1,618,369      1,686,077     1,678,946        1,425,416         1,505,689        1,678,946
101-00000-4140          INCOME TAX                           8,691,673      9,137,714      7,750,000     7,750,000        6,900,683         6,634,618        7,750,000
101-00000-4161          SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                    340,016        294,908        211,000       211,000           59,114           222,490          211,000
101-00000-4202          BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS             52,345         42,520         75,000        75,000           34,705            13,400           42,000
101-00000-4203          LIQUOR LICENSES & TAX REBATE            49,877         46,412         45,000        45,000           46,412            44,223           45,000
101-00000-4204          CABLE TV LICENSES OR FEES              380,343        361,405        370,000       370,000          180,581           187,132          370,000
101-00000-4205          HOUSING LICENSES                          (840)           -              -             -                -                (325)             -
101-00000-4206          INSPECTION FEE                             -            1,759            -             -              1,759              (794)             -
101-00000-4207          CEMETERY-BURIAL PERMITS                 68,275         76,615         80,000        80,000           56,035            51,360           80,000
101-00000-4208          BUILDING PERMITS                       933,745        911,057      1,100,000       705,000          695,818           474,864          705,000
101-00000-4209          ELECTRICAL PERMITS                     169,690        172,531        196,000       196,000          142,042           139,234          196,000
101-00000-4210          PLUMBING PERMITS                       102,101        103,139         95,000        95,000           79,503            65,230           95,000
101-00000-4211          HEATING PERMITS                        137,826        144,730        143,500       143,500          104,660           103,818          143,500
101-00000-4213          RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION           350,760        335,448        381,000       335,000          285,038           285,355          350,000
101-00000-4215          CNS INSPECTIONS                            735            350                                           350               -
101-00000-4217          SHORT TERM RENTALS                         -            4,390          9,000         9,000            1,260            16,180            3,000
101-00000-4221          VACANT BUILDING FEE                     72,665         60,570         40,000         6,000           55,070             2,600            3,500
101-00000-4224          TEMPORARY LIQUOR LICENSE                 5,590          3,145          5,000         5,000            3,145               225            5,000
101-00000-4230          MARIHUANA FACILITIES LICENSE           115,700        143,300         90,000       160,000           92,800            82,000          100,000
101-00000-4300          FEDERAL GRANTS                          57,894        147,191         40,000     1,704,281           42,765         1,266,092        1,646,586
101-00000-4400          STATE GRANTS                            31,675         16,174         26,000        26,000           11,074           171,082          116,004
101-00000-4405          STATE REPLACEMENT REV FOR PPT          831,164        897,416        750,000       750,000          491,278           461,484          825,000
101-00000-4502          STATE SALES TAX CONSTITUTIONAL       2,844,903      3,336,275      2,929,011     3,146,075        1,698,614         1,778,677        3,146,075
101-00000-4503          STATE CVTRS/EVIP PAYMENTS            1,426,535        781,660      1,201,807     1,201,807          586,245           586,245        1,201,807
101-00000-4601          CITY SERVICE FOR ENTERPRISE FUNDS      482,292        482,292        482,290       482,290          361,719           361,719          482,290
101-00000-4603          TAX COLLECTION FEE                     340,217        350,742        327,000       327,000          312,649           328,629          327,000
101-00000-4604          GARBAGE COLLECTION                      49,671         49,763         41,000        41,000           18,089            19,389           49,000
101-00000-4606          ADMINISTRATION FEES                    310,000        310,000        310,000       310,000          232,500           232,500          310,000
101-00000-4607          REIMBURSEMENT ELECTIONS                 13,455         50,142            -             -                  50                75             -
101-00000-4608          INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION             1,114,735      1,066,967      1,302,797     1,302,797          800,225           958,942        1,302,797
101-00000-4609          PROCUREMENT CARD REBATE                 50,381         57,361         48,000        48,000              -                 -             48,000
101-00000-4611          SPECIAL EVENTS REIMBURSEMENT            26,505         61,625         15,000         5,000           16,753           (37,804)             -
101-00000-4612          CEMETERY SALE OF LOTS                   30,259         28,440         25,000        25,000           18,900            26,705           30,000
101-00000-4613          HARBOR TOWN DOCKOMINIUMS                   -              -              -             -
101-00000-4614          REIMBURSEMENT LOT CLEAN UP                 461            -            2,000         2,000             -                  -              2,000
101-00000-4615          POLICE DEPARTMENT INCOME               113,244         98,926        105,500       105,500          88,877             76,849          105,500
101-00000-4617          FIRE DEPARTMENT INCOME                   3,006            811          3,500         6,500             311              7,230            6,500
101-00000-4619          MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                17,436         21,286         22,000        22,000          18,461              6,086           22,000
101-00000-4620          FIRE PROTECTION-STATE PROP              81,766        173,718        173,718       173,718         173,718            119,574          119,574
101-00000-4621          ZONING & ENCROACHMENT FEES              13,970         12,155         15,000        20,000          10,085             13,310           18,000
101-00000-4622          MISC. CLERK FEES                         5,432          1,329          5,000         5,000           1,246                696              750
101-00000-4623          TOWNSHIP ELECCTRICAL INSPECTIONS           -              -
101-00000-4624          TAX ABATEMENT APPLICATION FEES           3,802          8,890          6,000         5,000           3,890                855            1,000
101-00000-4625          MISC. TREAS. FEES                       69,964         49,722         55,000        30,000          25,718             10,134           12,000
101-00000-4631          REIMBURSEMENT SCHOOL OFFICER            22,802         16,962         23,500        23,500          15,657             18,815           23,500
101-00000-4633          OBSOLETE PROPERTY FEES                   4,000          2,000            -             -             2,000                -                -
101-00000-4634          PASSPORTS                               82,662         63,520         40,000        40,000          63,520              1,900            2,000
101-00000-4635          START UP CHARGE/REFUSE                   6,771          6,327          7,000         7,000           3,962              7,590            8,000
101-00000-4636          REFUSE BAG & BULK SALES                 33,516         23,497         30,000        30,000          23,497             22,944           30,000
101-00000-4637          APPLIANCE STICKER                            75             75           100           100              75                  29             100
101-00000-4638          MISC. SALES CHARGE/REFUSE              159,010        257,044        318,000       318,000         190,376            245,997          318,000
101-00000-4642          LIEN LOOK UPS                           14,325         17,455         12,000        12,000          11,505             10,780           12,000
101-00000-4643          SOCCER                                     200            -              -             -                                                   -
101-00000-4644          DOWNTOWN PARKING                           -            1,650            -             -             1,550                  50               50
101-00000-4648          FALSE ALARM FEES/POLICE                 10,365          6,780          7,000         7,000           5,460              5,370            7,000
101-00000-4649          CEMETERY-MISC. INCOME                   14,547         16,383         16,000        16,000          10,559             21,499           25,000
101-00000-4650          DOWNTOWN SOCIAL DISTRICT                   -              -              -             -               -                3,481            4,231
101-00000-4651          REIMBURSEMENT LOT MOWING                 1,067            124          5,000         5,000             124                -              5,000
101-00000-4652          MUSK HEIGHTS ZONING                     10,465          5,670         11,000        11,000           5,670              6,055            9,000
101-00000-4654          FIRE RESPONSE FEE                       11,500            870          6,000         6,000             870              4,480            6,000
101-00000-4655          PAID BEACH PARKING                                    146,821        200,000       480,000             -              320,481          500,000
101-00000-4656          SITE PLAN REVIEW                         6,900          7,600          6,500         5,000           7,200              4,500            6,000
101-00000-4657          COLUMBARIUM NICHE                          900            -              -             -               -                  900              900
101-00000-4658          IMPOUND FEES                            39,470         38,293         37,000        37,000          33,013             33,332           40,000
101-00000-4659          CODE ENFORCEMENT LABOR                  30,323         25,990         30,000        30,000          22,251             21,640           30,000
101-00000-4660          MISC RECREATION INCOME                  10,829          6,984          4,500         4,500           7,254             13,300           13,500
101-00000-4661          LEASE GREAT LAKES NAVAL MEMORIAL           -              -           15,000        15,000             -                  -                -
101-00000-4665          LEASE BILLBOARDS                         6,800          6,800          6,800         6,800           4,800                -              6,800
101-00000-4666          SNOW PLOWING -DOWNTOWN BID              68,500         48,500         68,750        68,750          48,500             24,050           68,750
101-00000-4669          SMITH RYERSON                           13,643          5,302         12,000        12,000          11,139              1,598            6,000
101-00000-4670          PICNIC SHELTER                          19,322          4,877         22,000        22,000          12,194              2,379           10,000
101-00000-4671          MCGRAFT PARK                            96,084         44,637         97,000        97,000          52,617             41,577           55,000
101-00000-4672          SAFEBUILT LOT MOWING                     5,108          1,685          5,000         5,000           1,284              5,367            6,000
101-00000-4673          RENTAL - CENTRAL DISPATCH               45,292         56,772         54,000        54,000          33,857             67,724           96,319
101-00000-4674          RENTAL - CITY HALL                      15,000         24,783         15,000        15,000          16,949             22,008           15,000
101-00000-4676          SAFEBUILT - TRASH PICKUP                 3,938          2,702          2,500         2,500           1,569              3,407            4,000
101-00000-4677          RENT                                       -              -            6,000         6,000             -                  -                -
101-00000-4678          PLANNING DEPT ENFORCEMENT                  100            -            1,000         1,000             -                  -                -
101-00000-4679          CODE ENFORCEMENT ADMIN                  26,191         27,179         30,000        30,000          24,964             20,606           30,000
101-00000-4690          KITCHEN 242 RENTAL                         -              400            -             -               400                -                -
101-00000-4701          INCOME TAX-PENALTY & INTEREST          207,424        201,614        200,000       200,000         157,635            211,895          260,000
101-00000-4702          DELINQUENT FEES                         16,790         18,123         20,000        20,000          17,366             14,613           20,000
101-00000-4704          PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES                 7,681          7,991          5,000         5,000           7,996              8,968           11,000
101-00000-4706          LATE FEE ON INVOICES OVER 45 DAYS        3,835          3,015          6,000         6,000           2,405              3,710            6,000
101-00000-4708          LATE FEE ON RENTAL REGISTRATION         13,995         13,233          7,500         7,500          12,118              7,865            7,500
101-00000-4751          CIVIL INFRACTIONS                       30,776         21,978         15,000        15,000          19,095             12,067           15,000
101-00000-4754          TRAFFIC FINES & FEES                    57,782         76,543         55,000       135,000          62,538            127,532          140,000
101-00000-4755          COURT FEES                             137,732         83,061        120,000       120,000          56,989             59,607           90,000
101-00000-4758          CRITICAL DUNE FEES                       1,100         15,700            -           3,000          15,700              2,600            3,000
101-00000-4800          MISC. & SUNDRY                          26,751          6,284         12,000        12,000           3,728              7,615           12,000
101-00000-4802          REIMB:DEMOS AND BOARD-UPS               79,956          6,941         45,000        45,000             495             10,997           45,000
101-00000-4803          CDBG PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENTS            252,901        475,892        503,967       577,000         254,166                -            416,984
101-00000-4805          CONTRIBUTIONS                            2,046          4,075         20,000        20,000           6,160              3,665            8,000
101-00000-4806          BIKE/PROPERTY AUCTIONS-POLICE              -           28,818          1,000         1,000             -                  385            1,000
101-00000-4811          FISHERMANS LANDING REIMBURSEMENT           -           24,842         17,500        17,500          24,842             23,706           17,500
101-00000-4814           PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS                            3,856          219          14,500       14,500           219             10          1,000
101-00000-4816           MARIHUANA STREETSCAPING DONATIONS                                                           -             -           35,000         57,000
101-00000-4818           RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                            5,829         4,555           1,000       1,000         4,280          2,425          2,500
101-00000-4820           MARIHUANA SOCIAL EQUITY                                                                                   -            1,250          2,500
101-00000-4821           CONTRIBUTIONS/GRANTS                              -          17,327             -        433,580       17,327        433,580        433,580
101-00000-4823           CONTRIBUTIONS - DISC GOLF COURSE IMPROVE          -             825             -            -            825          2,300          2,300
101-00000-4825           CONTRIBUTIONS - VETERAN'S PARK MAINT              -          16,811          18,500       18,500       16,811         12,904         18,500
101-00000-4828           DONATION - POLICE DEPT                          3,420           -               -            -                                          -
101-00000-4829           COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GRANT - MCGRAFT PAR        9,892         9,982          10,000       10,000        9,982          10,144        10,000
101-00000-4841           GRANT: COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                    15,000           -               -         25,534          -            25,534        25,534
101-00000-4902           OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE                162,000       180,000         175,000      175,000          -               -         200,000
101-00000-4903           OP. TRANS FROM DEBT SERVICE                    40,000        40,000          50,000       50,000       30,000          37,500        50,000
101-00000-4904           OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                 5,989           -               -            -                                      225,000    ARPA
101-00000-4961           BOND PROCEEDS                                     -             -               -            -           -          7,068,674     5,983,399
101-00000-4970           INTEREST INCOME                               108,155       153,092         100,000      100,000     107,300           66,674       100,000
101-00000-4971           GAIN ON INVESTMENT                            344,122       193,005             -            -       113,804          (68,663)     (100,000)
101-00000-4980           SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                              -             -               -            -                                          -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                            28,754,049    29,653,430      28,477,855   30,803,804   21,425,339      30,331,416    36,773,402

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                            28,754,049    29,653,430      28,477,855   30,803,804   21,425,339      30,331,416    36,773,402


EXPENDITURES
Dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                            72,017        76,738         77,042       76,188        56,913          58,225       77,000
5200                     SUPPLIES                                          434         9,539            600          600            85              85          150
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            7,216           416          1,000        1,000           355             162          500
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                  3,561         3,580          4,000        4,000         3,362           4,947        5,500
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 5,665         3,626          3,000        3,000         3,128             528          600
 Totals for dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION                                88,892        93,898         85,642       84,788        63,843          63,947       83,750

Dept 10102 - CITY PROMOTIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS
5200                     SUPPLIES                                        9,113         8,393          8,000        8,000         6,117           6,238        8,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           72,473        83,916         50,000       50,000        78,802          22,311       50,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                    304           100            -            -             100              55          -
 Totals for dept 10102 - CITY PROMOTIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS             81,890        92,409         58,000       58,000        85,019          28,604       58,000

Dept 10145 - CITY ATTORNEY
5200                     SUPPLIES                                         -             945             -            -            -               -             -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         345,538       372,974         380,000      380,000      286,977         305,887       380,000
 Totals for dept 10145 - CITY ATTORNEY                                345,538       373,919         380,000      380,000      286,977         305,887       380,000

Dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                          353,450       402,026         412,310      403,539      310,646         304,977       400,000
5200                     SUPPLIES                                       4,452         5,256           4,500        4,500        3,840           3,519         4,500
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          16,336        13,455          15,000       15,000       10,454           8,678        15,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                 5,581         8,952           9,000        9,000        8,799           2,713         5,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  -           2,850           1,200        1,200        2,850           2,589         2,600
 Totals for dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER                                 379,819       432,538         442,010      433,239      336,588         322,476       427,100

Dept 10875 - CONTRIBUTIONS
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                              -          84,897             -            -         84,897             -             -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         384,968       301,882         425,363      441,863      221,912         321,383       415,510
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                   -             -               -            -            -               -             -
 Totals for dept 10875 - CONTRIBUTIONS                                384,968       386,779         425,363      441,863      306,809         321,383       415,510

Dept 10891 - CONTINGENCY
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                (10,326)       31,272        100,000      100,000           -               -        100,000
 Totals for dept 10891 - CONTINGENCY                                   (10,326)       31,272        100,000      100,000           -               -        100,000

Dept 20215 - CITY CLERK
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                          437,884       513,996         532,396      526,708      400,178         391,069       508,500
5200                     SUPPLIES                                      46,571        70,665          55,410       55,410       38,997          42,134        52,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          45,716        30,395          22,321       22,321       24,609           6,096        20,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                 6,638         3,401          10,175       10,175        3,191           1,071         3,500
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                5,439         3,282           2,500        2,500        3,282             926         1,500
 Totals for dept 20215 - CITY CLERK                                   542,248       621,739         622,802      617,114      470,257         441,296       585,500

Dept 20220 - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (formerly CIVIL SERVICE)
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                           58,350        78,045          83,437       82,575       60,810          58,876        77,600
5200                     SUPPLIES                                       2,253           366           1,000        1,000          147             313           500
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         118,895       133,652         130,000      130,000      101,705          51,564       150,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                15,778        10,582          10,000       10,000       10,582           5,231         6,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  -             -               -            -            -               -           2,000
 Totals for dept 20220 - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS                           195,275       222,645         224,437      223,575      173,244         115,983       236,100

Dept 20228 - AFFIRMATIVE ACTION
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                               -             -               -            -            -               -
5200                     SUPPLIES                                          -             -               -            -            -               -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              -             -               -            -            -               -
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                  1,750               22          -            -                22          -
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                     28          -               -            -            -               -
 Totals for dept 20228 - AFFIRMATIVE ACTION                              1,778               22          -            -                22          -             -

Dept 30202 - FINANCE ADMINSTRATION
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                          471,394       497,850         554,541      525,641      376,234         382,622       519,000
5200                     SUPPLIES                                       2,570         7,033           4,000        4,000        6,435           1,865         3,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          95,770        77,157          76,294       76,294       63,347          87,492        95,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                   930           121             706          706           79             -             -
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  141         5,601           5,000        5,000        4,808               80        5,000
 Totals for dept 30202 - FINANCE ADMINSTRATION                        570,805       587,761         640,541      611,641      450,904         472,060       622,000

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                    2,267,000          -         1,443,159     2,267,000
 Totals for dept 30205 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                            -             -               -      2,267,000          -         1,443,159     2,267,000

Dept 30205 - INCOME TAX
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                          262,850       243,103         289,720      282,886      177,461         194,260       273,837
5200                     SUPPLIES                                      11,650        14,160          13,500       13,500       10,871          11,358        14,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          84,372       103,250          91,000       91,000       66,022          65,666        95,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                                   512           513           1,000        1,000          499              45         1,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                3,210         2,948           5,000        5,000        2,948           4,308         5,000
 Totals for dept 30205 - INCOME TAX                                   362,595       363,974         400,220      393,386      257,800         275,636       388,837

Dept 30209 - CITY ASSESSOR
5100                   SALARIES & BENEFITS                              1,988         2,520           4,000        4,000        2,520             858         4,000
5200                   SUPPLIES                                           -             226             -            -            226               39          -
5300                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           333,771       255,412         345,000      345,000      170,515         261,294       345,000
5400                   OTHER EXPENSES                                     219            80             -            -             80             -             -
 Totals for dept 30209 - CITY ASSESSOR                         335,977      258,238       349,000     349,000     173,341     262,190      349,000

Dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                   376,186      422,268       423,926     404,920     326,668     321,815      431,963
5200                     SUPPLIES                                  133        1,248         1,000       1,000         987         847        1,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   32,422       44,128        34,000      34,000      26,604      27,804       34,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                          2,789          868        12,000      12,000         744         860        1,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       138,987       67,441        60,000      60,000      31,213      28,341       60,000
 Totals for dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION    550,516      535,954       530,926     511,920     386,217     379,668      527,963

Dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                   391,308      417,573       441,223     440,101     316,868     327,392      441,377
5200                     SUPPLIES                               71,090       69,755        80,000      80,000      48,306      47,344       80,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   97,390       99,666       100,000     100,000      71,029      76,176      110,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                          1,326          550         2,000       2,000         550         398        2,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           348        1,634         2,600       2,600       1,634       2,864        3,000
 Totals for dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER                        561,463      589,178       625,823     624,701     438,387     454,174      636,377

Dept 30805 - L C WALKER ADMINISTRATION
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   13,510        23,654           -           -        6,583          -
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           -             -             -           -          -            -
5900                     OTHER FINANCING USES                      -             -             -           -          -            -
 Totals for dept 30805 - L C WALKER ADMINISTRATION              13,510        23,654           -           -        6,583          -            -

Dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  292,037      340,189       360,000     360,000      35,000        3,943     363,180
 Totals for dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES                    292,037      340,189       360,000     360,000      35,000        3,943     363,180

Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      750          750           -           -           750         -            -
5900                     OTHER FINANCING USES                  230,101      450,061       445,100     445,100     450,048     541,892      445,100
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                          230,851      450,811       445,100     445,100     450,798     541,892      445,100

Dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
5900                     OTHER FINANCING USES                 1,121,486    1,492,500      740,000    1,105,000    270,000     333,825     1,505,000
 Totals for dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS             1,121,486    1,492,500      740,000    1,105,000    270,000     333,825     1,505,000

Dept 40301 - POLICE DEPARTMENT
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                  8,773,682    9,234,308     9,612,485   8,176,350   6,843,609   6,444,883    8,493,263
5200                     SUPPLIES                                87,822      122,765        95,000      95,000      75,421     129,016      140,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   956,037      988,267     1,001,205   1,001,205     752,264     797,884    1,001,205
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                          37,764       19,583        24,000      24,000      18,190       5,656       20,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         10,501       80,737        34,000      34,000      30,804      22,561       34,000
 Totals for dept 40301 - POLICE DEPARTMENT                    9,865,805   10,445,659    10,766,690   9,330,555   7,720,289   7,400,000    9,688,468

Dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES
101-40333-5350           POLICE INVESTIGATIONS                      -            -             -           -           -        (2,935)
 Totals for dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES                    -            -             -           -           -        (2,935)         -

Dept 50336 - FIRE DEPARTMENT
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                  3,516,367    3,805,443    2,862,645    2,752,324   2,332,347   1,737,781    2,600,500
5200                     SUPPLIES                               220,595      277,979      164,200      164,200     181,334     131,470      168,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   141,520      133,856      205,715      205,715     915,884      65,595      205,715
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                          15,264        5,599       22,400       22,400       5,542       6,065       22,400
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         22,039       63,472       30,800      100,000      60,702     112,534      120,000
 Totals for dept 50336 - FIRE DEPARTMENT                      3,915,785    4,286,349    3,285,760    3,244,639   3,495,810   2,053,445    3,116,615

Dept 50338 - NEW CENTRAL FIRE STATION
5200                     SUPPLIES                                  -             -            -           -           -         3,267          -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   73,263        67,524       75,000      75,000      49,733      37,242       75,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           -             -            -           -                                    -
 Totals for dept 50338 - NEW CENTRAL FIRE STATION               73,263        67,524       75,000      75,000      49,733      40,510       75,000

Dept 50387 - BUILDING CODE INSPECTIONS AND ENFORCEMENT
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                    167,963      168,764      178,210      176,128     135,261     114,619      163,815
5200                     SUPPLIES                                14,874       19,137       20,000       20,000      16,597       7,336       20,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 2,041,765    1,808,797    2,151,050    2,151,050   1,282,726   1,144,666    1,800,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                             145            22         100          100          22         -            100
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            -            -            -            -                                    -
 Totals for dept 50387 - CODE INSPECTIONS AND ENFORCEMENT     2,224,747    1,996,720    2,349,360    2,347,278   1,434,606   1,266,621    1,983,915

Dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                    50,431       79,304        78,652      77,655      60,666      60,006       80,000
5200                     SUPPLIES                               18,705       26,582        29,700      29,700      23,904      14,469       29,700
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  187,145      157,936       165,550     165,550     115,716     109,217      165,550
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                            -            142           500         500         142         -            500
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        60,587       45,424        21,000      40,000      41,570      20,937       40,000
 Totals for dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE                 316,868      309,388       295,402     313,405     241,999     204,629      315,750

Dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                    35,053        25,321       37,939      37,542      21,386      20,901       37,542
5200                     SUPPLIES                               13,422        15,599        8,600       8,600       4,534       7,256       10,100
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   24,741        40,129       45,000      45,000      33,159      25,079       38,000
 Totals for dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE                  73,216        81,049       91,539      91,142      59,079      53,236       85,642

Dept 60448 - STREET LIGHTING
5200                     SUPPLIES                                  -            -             -           -                                    -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  551,818      390,116       350,000     350,000     290,276     268,015      350,000
 Totals for dept 60448 - STREET LIGHTING                       551,818      390,116       350,000     350,000     290,276     268,015      350,000

Dept 60523 - SANITATION
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                     43,718       43,066       37,799       37,262     27,572      21,135        37,262
5200                     SUPPLIES                                   307          -            -            -                                    -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 2,063,521    2,172,962    2,230,000    2,230,000   1,075,872   1,299,280    2,230,000
 Totals for dept 60523 - SANITATION                           2,107,545    2,216,029    2,267,799    2,267,262   1,103,444   1,320,415    2,267,262

Dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    4,000        13,340       14,000      14,000      13,340        4,000      14,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                            -                          -           -                                    -
 Totals for dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT                  4,000        13,340       14,000      14,000      13,340        4,000      14,000

Dept 60707 - SENIOR CITIZEN TRANSIT
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                        -            -             -           -           -           -
 Totals for dept 60707 - SENIOR CITIZEN TRANSIT                     -            -             -           -           -           -            -

Dept 70276 - CEMETERIES
5100                  SALARIES & BENEFITS                       85,902      127,486       192,964     188,170      72,200     121,425      164,000
5200                  SUPPLIES                                   9,999       11,603        11,550      11,550       5,873       7,361       14,050
5300                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     323,226      248,546       274,883     274,883     220,544     114,623      274,883
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                              229            481         500         500         481         -              500
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          20,775         41,751      19,000      19,000      32,520       3,563         19,000
 Totals for dept 70276 - CEMETERIES                              440,130        429,867     498,897     494,103     331,619     246,973        472,433

Dept 70357 - GRAFFITI REMOVAL
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                          -              -           -           -           -           -              -
5200                     SUPPLIES                                     -              -           -           -           -           -              -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -              -           -           -           -           -              -
 Totals for dept 70357 - GRAFFITI REMOVAL                             -              -           -           -           -           -              -

Dept 70585 - PARKING OPERATIONS
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                         -           12,141         -           -           592       9,358         10,000
5200                     SUPPLIES                                    -              244         -           -           -           161            200
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      2,393         17,532         -           -         1,875      65,311         72,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -              606         -           -           -            17
 Totals for dept 70585 - PARKING OPERATIONS                        2,393         30,524         -           -         2,467      74,848         82,200

Dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                          -              -          -           -            -           -             -
5200                     SUPPLIES                                     -              -          -           -            -           -             -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -              -          -           -            -           -             -
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -              -          -           -            -           -             -
 Totals for dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT                              -              -          -           -            -           -             -

Dept 70751 - PARKS MAINTENANCE
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                      606,774        723,674     712,937     695,835     575,529     472,972        640,500
5200                     SUPPLIES                                 161,874        139,958     162,515     162,515     126,182      65,597        154,841
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     866,264        859,656     867,148     837,148     713,349     482,104        915,063
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                               672          1,192       1,400       1,400       1,192         309          1,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           40,639        148,963      88,600      88,600      80,500      24,781         88,600
 Totals for dept 70751 - PARKS MAINTENANCE                      1,676,222      1,873,443   1,832,600   1,785,498   1,496,752   1,045,763      1,800,004

Dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                      52,478          3,599      23,075      23,075       3,599       8,877         23,075
5200                     SUPPLIES                                  8,821            131       2,900       5,000         -         4,100          5,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     72,274         14,558      47,000      47,000      11,605      30,545         44,600
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -              -        50,000      50,000         -        15,735         50,000
 Totals for dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK                           133,573         18,288     122,975     125,075      15,204      59,257        122,675

Dept 70771 - FORESTRY
5200                     SUPPLIES                                         92        656          -        5,000         656         398          5,000
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -             -            -       50,000         -        16,823         50,000
 Totals for dept 70771 - FORESTRY                                         92        656          -       55,000         656      17,221         55,000

Dept 70775 - GENERAL RECREATION
5200                     SUPPLIES                                    -              -           -           -           -           -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     12,050          1,928         -           -         1,928         -
 Totals for dept 70775 - GENERAL RECREATION                       12,050          1,928         -           -         1,928         -               -

Dept 70805 - MERCY ARENA
5200                     SUPPLIES                                     -             -            -           -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -             396          -           -           -        (2,588)
5700                     BUILDING REPAIR                              -             -            -           -
 Totals for dept 70805 - MERCY ARENA                                  -             396          -           -           -        (2,588)           -

Dept 70863 -FAMERS & FLEA MARKET
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                         139            170         -           -
5200                     SUPPLIES                                    -              -           -           -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          72             34        -           -
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                              -              -           -           -
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -              -           -           -
 Totals for dept 70863 - FARMERS AND FLEA MARKET                     210            204         -           -           -           -              -

Dept 80387 - NEIGHBORHOOD & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                         -              -           -           -
5200                     SUPPLIES                                    -              -           -           -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -            7,226         -           -         5,310              33
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                              -              187         -           -
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -              -           -           -
 Totals for dept 80387 - NEIGHBORHOOD & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES        -            7,413         -           -         5,310             33         -

Dept 80400 - PLANNING
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                     293,098        330,621     318,682     313,025     231,545     252,825        339,000
5200                     SUPPLIES                                  3,796          8,267       4,525      10,354       2,864       6,663          9,100
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     55,665         29,593      74,050      77,990      23,559      38,349         55,000
5400                     OTHER EXPENSES                            6,426         16,843      23,000      13,740      14,451      12,078         16,000
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          17,693         19,643      21,000      21,000      19,302      11,789         15,000
 Totals for dept 80400 - PLANNING                                376,679        404,968     441,257     436,109     291,721     321,704        434,100

Dept 80699 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -              720         -           -           720         -              -
 Totals for dept 80699 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                        -              720         -           -           720         -              -

Dept 91116 - ADA PROJECT 2011-2012
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                             -          816
5200                     SUPPLIES                                  3,796            -           -           -                                      -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      2,394            -        50,000      50,000         -        26,809         50,000
 Totals for dept 91116 - ADA PROJECT 2011-2012                     6,190            -        50,000      50,000         -        27,625         50,000

Dept 91120 - VOIP PHONE SYSTEM
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -              -          -           -           -           -              -
 Totals for dept 91120 - VOIP PHONE SYSTEM                            -              -          -           -           -           -              -

Dept 91412 - CITY HALL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -              -          -           -           -           -              -
 Totals for dept 91412 - CITY HALL REPLACEMENT WINDOWS                -              -          -           -           -           -              -

Dept 91505 - MARSH FIELD BLEACHERS
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -              -          -           -           -           -              -
 Totals for dept 91505 - MARSH FIELD BLEACHERS                        -              -          -           -           -           -              -

Dept 91508 - LED CONVERSION DOWNTOWN
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    514,089        636,001         -           -           -           -              -
 Totals for dept 91508 - LED CONVERSION DOWNTOWN                 514,089        636,001         -           -           -           -              -

Dept 91512 - KRUSE PARK BOARDWALK REPAIRS
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -              -          -           -           -           -              -
 Totals for dept 91512 - KRUSE PARK BOARDWALK REPAIRS                 -              -          -           -           -           -              -
Dept 91701 - PARKING LOT@JEFFERSON/WESTERN
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91701 - PARKING LOT@JEFFERSON/WESTERN                  -         -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91703 - ROOF@ LC WALKER ARENA
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91703 - ROOF@ LC WALKER ARENA                          -         -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91704 - CITY HALL BUILDING WASH
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91704 - CITY HALL BUILDING WASH                        -         -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91705 - ACTIVE.NET
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91705 - ACTIVE.NET                                     -         -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91709 - TELEPHONE SYSTEM UPGRADE
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                -         -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91709 - TELEPHONE SYSTEM UPGRADE                       -         -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91721 - IMAGINE MUSKEGON LAKE
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91721 - IMAGINE MUSKEGON LAKE                          -         -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91805 - CITY HALL ROOF REPAIR 2018
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             25,518       -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91805 - CITY HALL ROOF REPAIR 2018                  25,518       -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91814 - MCGRAFT PARK - RESURFACING PARKING LOT A
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       128,389       -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91814 - MCGRAFT PARK - RESURFACING PARKING LOT A   128,389       -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91816 - IRRIGATION SYSTEMS , CITY HALL AND OTHER
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        21,248       -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91816 - IRRIGATION SYSTEMS , CITY HALL AND OTHER    21,248       -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91818 - GIS FOR LAKESIDE
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91818 - GIS FOR LAKESIDE                               -         -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91827 - IMPROVEMENT AT SMITH RYERSON
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         7,284   117,123   -       -     116,059         -            -
 Totals for dept 91818 - GIS FOR LAKESIDE                             7,284   117,123   -       -     116,059         -            -

Dept 91829 - ROOF REPLACEMENT MAUSOLEUM
5300                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        102,561       -     -       -         -           -            -
 Totals for dept 91829- ROOF REPLACEMENT MAUSOLEUM                  102,561       -     -       -         -           -            -

Dept 91921 - CITY HALL BOILERS, LED LIGHTING & BATHROOM UPGRADES
5300                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             -       6,420   -       -         -           -            -
Dept 91921 - CITY HALL BOILERS, LED LIGHTING & BATHROOM UPGRADES        -       6,420   -       -         -           -            -

Dept 92012 - LAKESHORE TRAIL REPAIRS
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -      11,195   -       -       6,801          -           -
 Totals for dept 92012 - LAKESHORE TRAIL REPAIRS                        -      11,195   -       -       6,801         -            -

DEPT 92019 - CITY HALL LED, BOILER, AND MISC
5700                     CAPITOL OUTLAYS                                -      11,660   -    60,000     9,544         280      35,000
 Totals for dept 92019 - CITY HALL LED, BOILER, AND MISC                -      11,660   -    60,000     9,544         280      35,000

Dept 92025 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2019
5700                     CAPITOL OUTLAYS                                -       3,966   -       -         -            -            -
 Totals for dept 92025 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2019                       -       3,966   -       -         -           -            -

Dept 92038 - NEW DOOR SYSTEM AT CITY HALL
5700                     CAPITOL OUTLAYS                                -         -     -    14,000       -        13,824       14,000
 Totals for dept 92038 - NEW DOOR SYSTEM AT CITY HALL                   -         -     -    14,000       -       13,824       14,000

Dept 92041 - BEACHWOOD/BLUFFTON BIKE RACK
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -    25,534       -        25,435       25,534
 Totals for dept 92042 - CTCL ELECTION GRANT                            -         -     -    25,534       -       25,435       25,534

Dept 92042 - CTCL ELECTION GRANT
5100                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                    -         -        52,784          -
5200                     SUPPLIES                                                               -         -         5,665          -
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                   -         -       129,160          -
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                -         -     -   433,580       -       201,010      433,580
 Totals for dept 92042 - CTCL ELECTION GRANT                            -         -     -   433,580       -      388,619      433,580

Dept 92043 - AAMODT PARK PLAYGROUND/PAVILLON
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -   130,000       -        34,762      130,000
 Totals for dept 92043 - AAMODT PARK                                    -         -     -   130,000       -       34,762      130,000

Dept 92045 - MAUSOLEUM
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -    30,258       -        28,793       30,258
 Totals for dept 92045 - MAUSOLEUM                                      -         -     -    30,258       -       28,793       30,258

Dept 92047 - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS 2020
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -        55,026      655,026
 Totals for dept 92047 - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS 2020                 -         -     -       -         -       55,026      655,026

Dept 92048 - CENTRAL DISPATCH PROJECT
5700                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                -         -     -       -         -      1,696,286    2,500,000
 Totals for dept 92048 - CENTRAL DISPATCH PROJECT                       -         -     -       -         -     1,696,286    2,500,000

Dept 92049 - ARENA ROOF HVAC PAYOFF
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -      2,073,373    2,073,373
 Totals for dept 92049 - ARENA ROOF HVAC PAYOFF                         -         -     -       -         -     2,073,373    2,073,373

Dept 92050 - JAG GRANT 2020
5300                     LEGAL FEES                                     -         -     -       -         -         5,000       17,866
 Totals for dept 92050 - JAG GRANT 2020                                 -         -     -       -         -         5,000      17,866

Dept 92101 - POLICE BODY CAMERAS
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -         -     -       -         -       225,175      490,000
 Totals for dept 92101 - POLICE BODY CAMERAS                            -         -     -       -         -      225,175      490,000

Dept 92105 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2020
5300                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             -         -     -       -         -        13,822       22,189
 Totals for dept 92105 - MENTAL HEALTH BALANCE 2020                 -               -                -                -               -           13,822          22,189

Dept 92106 - BEACH STREET EXPANDED PARKING
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -               -                -                -               -            11,530          30,000
 Totals for dept 92106 - BEACH STREET EXPANDED PARKING              -               -                -                -               -           11,530          30,000

Dept 92108 - SCBA REPLACEMENT
5700                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -               -                -                -               -           233,620         233,620
 Totals for dept 92108 - SCBA REPLACMENT                            -               -                -                -               -          233,620         233,620

Dept 94027
5300                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -               360              -                -               -               -               -
 Totals for dept 94027                                              -              360               -                -               -               -               -

Dept 99152 - DOJ JAG GRANT MUSKEGON HEIGHTS
5300                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   14,929              -                -                -               -            12,290         12,290
 Totals for dept 99152 - DOJ JAG GRANT MUSKEGON HEIGHTS         14,929              -                -                -               -           12,290          12,290

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                        28,643,929.83   30,258,785.74    28,871,143.00    30,678,765.00   20,879,145.43   24,749,108.50   36,772,597.00




NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 101                         110,119        (605,356)        (393,288)         125,039         546,194       5,582,308             805
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                       6,687,516       6,797,635        6,192,279        6,192,279       6,797,635       6,192,279       6,192,279
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                          6,797,635       6,192,279        5,798,992        6,317,319       7,343,829      11,774,587       6,193,084
                              BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                ADDITIONAL DETAIL GENERAL FUND

                                                                               Original Budget                   3rd Quarter
                   Agency                Actual FY2018-19    Actual 2019         FY2020-21      Actual 3/31/21   Reforecast
Muskegon Area Transit (MATS)                      99,512              99,512             99,513         95,612          130,979
Neighborhood Association Grants                  125,947              66,684            150,000       127,840           150,000
YMCA                                                    -                                     -              -                 -
Boys & Girls Club                                 30,000             80,000             100,000         77,681           77,681
Muskegon Public Schools Youth Recreation          20,000             20,000              20,000              -           20,000
Port City Football                                 5,000              5,000               5,000              -                 -
Muskegon Area First                               45,660             10,000                   -              -                 -
Veterans Memorial Day Costs                       10,163              5,335               7,000              -            7,000
Downtown Muskegon Now                             37,500                  -                   -              -                 -
West Michigan Lake Hawks                           5,400              4,500               4,500              -                 -
Lakeside Business District                         2,500                  -               2,500          3,750            5,000
Latinos Working for the Future                                        1,000               1,000              -                 -
community Encompass 3rd Street Mural                                  6,000               6,000              -            6,000
Cogic Community Center                                                  250                 250              -               250
211 Service                                        2,500              2,500               2,500          2,500            2,500
Harmony Park - Rotary                                                                                   10,000           10,000
Muskegon Museum of Art Expansion                                                         25,000
MLK Diversity Program                                                  1,100              1,100              -            1,100
Muskegon Area Loabor Management (MALM                   -                                 1,000              -            1,000
Steelhead Scuplture                                                                           -          4,000            4,000
Support to Outside Agencies                      384,182            301,881             425,363       321,383           415,510




                                                                               Original Budget   Actual Thru     3rd Quarter
                 Fund                    Actual 2018-19     Actual 2019-20         2020-21       3/31/2021       Reforecast
Major Street Fund                               250,000                   -
Local Street Fund                                      -            250,000            100,000                          100,000
Farmers Market Fund                              35,000              45,000             55,000                          105,000
Mercy Health Arena Fund                         475,000             800,000            235,000                          650,000
LDFA Debt Service Fund ( Smartzone)             360,000             360,000            350,000       111,275            350,000
DDA Debt Service Fund                                  -                                     -             -                  -
Public Improvement Fund                                                                                                  50,000
Tree Replacement Fund                                                 7,500
State Grants Fund                                                    10,000
Community Development Block Grant Fund
Public Service Building                                                                                                 200,000
Engineering Services Fund                              -             20,000                  -                           50,000
General Insurance Fund
                                               1,120,000           1,492,500           740,000       111,275          1,505,000
                                                                           BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                           STREET FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                            


                              GL NUMBER                                                                2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       MARCH 31, 2020 MARCH 31, 2021    2020-21     2021-22
                                  AND                                                                  ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED           ACTUAL         ACTUAL      3RD QUARTER RECOMMENDED
                          BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                            DESCRIPTION                                               BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSES       EXPENSE       REFORECAST    BUDGET

Fund 202 - MAJOR STREETS

Estimated Revenues
Dept 00000
 202-00000-4161                                                SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                          2,848                               -             -                                           -             -
 202-00000-4300                                                FEDERAL GRANTS                             627,218     1,049,653           385,824       400,586                                           -     1,109,848
 202-00000-4400                                                STATE GRANTS                                     -                         715,586       315,000                                           -       315,000
 202-00000-4501                                                STATE RECEIPTS                                   -     3,924,117                 -             -                                           -             -
 202-00000-4531                                                STATE RECEIPT MAJORS                     4,312,885             -         4,280,000     4,280,000        2,412,558     2,529,354    4,280,000     4,350,000
 202-00000-4532                                                STATE RECEIPT TRUNKLINE                          -        80,056           196,000       196,000                                     196,000       216,000
 202-00000-4535                                                LRP LOCAL ROADS PROGRAM                     79,927                               -             -           46,700       39,982             -             -
 202-00000-4651                                                REIMBURSEMENT                                    -                               -             -                                           -             -
 202-00000-4800                                                MISC. & SUNDRY                              89,821        55,016                 -             -           46,239       19,822             -             -
 202-00000-4802                                                REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                     21,582        18,001                 -             -                                           -             -
 202-00000-4805                                                CONTRIBUTIONS                                    -                               -             -                                           -             -
 202-00000-4901                                                OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                      -                               -             -                                           -             -
 202-00000-4904                                                OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL FUND                                                              715,222                                     715,222
 202-00000-4970                                                INTEREST INCOME                             15,485         9,664            10,000        10,000            7,699        4,379        10,000             -
 202-00000-4973                                                INTEREST ON ASSESSMENTS                        142                               -             -                                           -             -
 Total Dept 00000                                                                                       5,149,908     5,136,508         5,587,410     5,916,808        2,513,196     2,593,536    5,201,222     5,990,848

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                5,149,908     5,136,508         5,587,410     5,916,808        2,513,196     2,593,536    5,201,222     5,990,848


Estimated Expenditures

 EXPENDITURES
 5100                                                          SALARIES & BENEFITS                        527,751       544,513           645,735      645,735           397,952      361,272      645,735       645,735
 5200                                                          SUPPLIES                                   235,291       256,372           271,000      271,000           202,098      144,458      271,000       272,000
 5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       621,160       685,946           954,180      954,180           507,315      389,710      954,180       990,906
 5400                                                          OTHER EXPENSES                                 755         1,592             2,000        2,000             1,592           95        2,000         2,000
5700                                                           CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  -             -
 5900                                                          OTHER FINANCING USES                       233,273       231,873                 -             -          225,129       226,854            -             -
  Totals for all 60000's Departments                                                                    1,618,230     1,720,295         1,872,915     1,872,915        1,334,086     1,122,389    1,872,915     1,910,641

Dept 90000
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -              -        243,021      175,000                                      20,000              -
Total Dept 90011                                                                                                  -              -        243,021      175,000                 -             -      20,000              -

Dept 91013
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -        858                  -              -            858                                         -
Total Dept 91013                                                                                                  -        858                  -              -            858              -            -             -

Dept 91411 - US31BR. W SHERMAN TO SHORELINE DR
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -        620                  -              -            620                                         -
Total Dept 91411 - US31BR. W SHERMAN TO SHORELINE DR                                                              -        620                  -              -            620              -            -             -

 Dept 91509 - LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      972,558                 -              -              -                                                        -
 Total Dept 91509 - LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON                                         715,222     972,558                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -

 Dept 91605 - TRAFFIC STUDIES
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        92,768         2,787                 -              -           2,787             -                          -
 Total Dept 91605 - TRAFFIC STUDIES                                                                        92,768         2,787                 -              -           2,787             -            -             -

 Dept 91702 - BLACK CREEK - SHERMAN TO LATIMER
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      665,926                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -
 Total Dept 91702 - BLACK CREEK - SHERMAN TO LATIMER                                                     665,926                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -

Dept 91711 - LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     1,289,057     3,194,193                 -      405,807         2,287,271       10,548      250,000              -
Total Dept 91711 - LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON                                                   1,289,057     3,194,193                 -      405,807         2,287,271       10,548      250,000              -

 Dept 91724 - FRANKLIN, WESTERN MI FRANKLIN TO LSD
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -      14,486                 -              -          11,826             -                          -
 Total Dept 91724 - FRANKLIN, WESTERN MI FRANKLIN TO LSD                                                          -      14,486                 -              -          11,826             -            -             -

 Dept 91725 - LAKESHORE, BEACH WILCOX TO WATERWORKS
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        19,240       346,031                 -       50,000            19,656       46,366       50,000              -
 Total Dept 91725 - LAKESHORE, BEACH WILCOX TO WATERWORKS                                                  19,240       346,031                 -       50,000            19,656       46,366       50,000              -

 Dept 91821 - 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES
5200                                                           SUPPLIES                                      493                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      362,193                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -
 Total Dept 91821 - 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES                                             362,685                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -

 Dept 91831 - REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      413,720                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -
 Total Dept 91831 - REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                                             413,720                 -              -              -               -             -            -             -

 Dept 91842 - SHERIDAN & OTLHOFF
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        40,773        10,178                 -      715,222             5,830      715,222      715,222              -
 Total Dept 91842 - SHERIDAN & OTLHOFF                                                                     40,773        10,178                 -      715,222             5,830      715,222      715,222              -

 Dept 91843 - THIRD ST, MUSKEGON TO MERRILL
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        96,302                -              -              -         457,564             -            -             -
 Total Dept 91843 - THIRD ST, MUSKEGON TO MERRILL                                                          96,302                -              -              -         457,564             -            -             -

 Dept 91844 - 1ST STREET, SOUTH END BETWEEN CLAY & WES
5200                                                           SUPPLIES                                         -           990                 -              -
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         1,161       480,560                 -              -                                                        -
 Total Dept 91844 - 1ST STREET, SOUTH END BETWEEN CLAY & WES                                                1,161       481,550                 -              -               -             -            -             -

Dept 91851 - SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -              -                     123,021                 -       67,508      123,021
 Totals for dept 91852 - 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                                                                 -              -              -      123,021                 -       67,508      123,021

Dept 91852 - 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -              -          2,110        2,110                                       2,110              -
 Totals for dept 91852 - 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                                                                 -              -          2,110        2,110                 -             -       2,110              -

Dept 91856 - PECK & SANFORD
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        24,827                               -              -               -       26,001       50,000              -
Total Dept 91856 - PECK & SANFORD                                                                          24,827                -              -              -               -       26,001       50,000              -
                                                                           BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                           STREET FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                          


                           GL NUMBER                                                     2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       MARCH 31, 2020 MARCH 31, 2021    2020-21     2021-22
                               AND                                                       ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED           ACTUAL         ACTUAL      3RD QUARTER RECOMMENDED
                       BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                              DESCRIPTION                                  BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSES       EXPENSE       REFORECAST    BUDGET

Dept 91858 - MUSKEGON & WEBSTER RESTRIPING
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           24,827                               -              -                                                        -
Total Dept 91858 - MUSKEGON & WEBSTER RESTRIPING                                             24,827                -              -              -                -            -            -             -

 Dept 91859 - PECK & SANFORD 2 WAY CONVERSION
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           48,435       215,775                 -              -         198,574             -                          -
 Total Dept 91859 - PECK & SANFORD 2 WAY CONVERSION                                          48,435       215,775                 -              -         198,574             -            -             -

 Dept 91905 - LAKETON/LAKESHORE TRAIL CONNECTOR
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           14,673         1,606                 -              -           1,606             -                          -
 Total Dept 91905 - LAKETON/LAKESHORE TRAIL CONNECTOR                                        14,673         1,606                 -              -           1,606             -            -             -

Dept 91914 - SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -          61                 -          948                  -         948          948
Total Dept 91914 - SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING                                                        -          61                 -          948                  -         948          948

Dept 91917 - BEACH ST. - WILCOX TO SIMSPON
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -      49,577           400,000      400,000            47,969      333,911      400,000              -
Total Dept 91917 - BEACH ST. - WILCOX TO SIMSPON                                                    -      49,577           400,000      400,000            47,969      333,911      400,000              -

Dept 92002 - PECK ST. - APPLE TO STRONG
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -      19,448           800,000       25,000            13,755       30,647       40,000              -
Total Dept 92002 - PECK ST. - APPLE TO STRONG                                                       -      19,448           800,000       25,000            13,755       30,647       40,000              -

Dept 92003 - MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN FROM WESTERN TO LSD
5300                                                          ENGINEERING SERVICES             761         18,590           600,000      800,000            18,590       43,478      800,000              -
Total Dept 92003 -MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN FROM WESTERN TO LSD                                      761         18,590           600,000      800,000            18,590       43,478      800,000              -

Dept 92004 - TERRACE; APPLE TO SEAWAY
5300                                                          ENGINEERING SERVICES                  -              -              -       35,000                  -      11,876       35,000              -
Total Dept 92004 -TERRACE; APPLE TO SEAWAY                                                          -              -              -       35,000                  -      11,876       35,000              -

Dept 92012 - LAKESHORE TRAIL EROSION
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -        250,000      300,000                  -      10,574      300,000              -
Total Dept 92012 -LAKESHORE TRAIL EROSION                                                           -              -        250,000      300,000                  -      10,574      300,000              -

Dept 92014 - ADA SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -       1,350                 -              -           1,163             -                          -
Total Dept 92014 - ADA SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT                                                         -       1,350                 -              -           1,163             -            -             -

Dept 92032 - ROBERTS; BARNEY TO LAKETON
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -              -        1,623                  -       1,623        1,623
Total Dept 92032 - ROBERTS; BARNEY TO LAKETON                                                       -              -              -        1,623                  -       1,623        1,623              -

Dept 92033 - TERRACE; APPLE TO MUSKEGON REPAINT
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -              -       14,434                  -      14,434       14,434
Total Dept 92033 - TERRACE; APPLE TO MUSKEGON REPAINT                                               -              -              -       14,434                  -      14,434       14,434

Dept 92036 - HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -              -       35,000                  -      27,250       35,000
Total Dept 92036 - HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD                                                               -              -              -       35,000                  -      27,250       35,000              -

Dept 92037 - MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -              -
Total Dept 92037 - MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                               -              -              -              -                -            -            -

Dept 92046 - FRAUENTAL ALLEY
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -              -              -
Total Dept 92046 - FRAUENTUAL ALLEY                                                                 -              -              -              -                -            -            -

Dept 92102 - WOOD STREET, APPLE TO MARQUETTE AVE
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -              -              -
Total Dept 92102 - WOOD STREET, APPLE TO MARQUETTE AVE                                              -              -              -              -                -            -            -

Dept 96021 - BRIDGE INSPECTION
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -        270                  -        2,000               270        1,175        2,000              -
Total Dept 96021 - BRIDGE INSPECTION                                                                -        270                  -        2,000               270        1,175        2,000              -

Dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -        566                  -              -             566             -                          -
Total Dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING                                                                     -        566                  -              -             566             -            -             -

Dept 99118 - MUSKETAWA TRAIL CONNECTOR 1B (KEATING TO
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -      46,932           800,000      800,000            40,544       39,776       50,000              -
Total Dept 99118 - MUSKETAWA TRAIL CONNECTOR 1B (KEATING TO                                         -      46,932           800,000      800,000            40,544       39,776       50,000              -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                        5,685,942     6,125,173         4,968,046     5,758,080        4,443,534     2,503,725    4,762,273     1,910,641

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 202                                                    (536,033)     (988,665)          619,364       158,728        (1,930,338)      89,811      438,949     4,080,207
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                  3,793,456     3,257,423         2,268,758     2,268,758         3,257,423    2,268,758    2,268,758     2,427,486
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                     3,257,423     2,268,758         2,888,122     2,427,486         1,327,084    2,358,569    2,707,707     6,507,693
                                                                            BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                            STREET FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                           


                            GL NUMBER                                                           2018-19        2019-20         2020-21         2020-21       MARCH 31, 2020 MARCH 31, 2021    2020-21     2021-22
                                AND                                                             ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL        AMENDED           ACTUAL         ACTUAL      3RD QUARTER RECOMMENDED
                        BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                              DESCRIPTION                                        BUDGET           BUDGET          EXPENSES       EXPENSE       REFORECAST    BUDGET



Fund 203 - LOCAL STREETS

Revenues
Dept 00000
203-00000-4161                                                 SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                 207,275                               -              -                                           -             -
203-00000-4216                                                 TELECOM FRANCHISE FEES              161,076       178,153           160,000        160,000                -             -      175,000       175,000
203-00000-4300                                                 FEDERAL GRANTS                            -                               -              -                                           -             -
203-00000-4533                                                 STATE RECEIPT LOCAL               1,028,963     1,075,616         1,190,000      1,190,000          654,397      683,501     1,190,000     1,200,000
203-00000-4535                                                 LRP LOCAL ROADS PROGRAM              22,310        22,308            20,000         20,000           13,013       19,626        25,000        25,000
203-00000-4800                                                 MISC. & SUNDRY                          834           380             1,000         60,000              380       41,416        60,000        50,000
203-00000-4802                                                 REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED              18,863         5,298            15,000         15,000            5,298            -             -         5,000
203-00000-4803                                                 CDBG PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENTS          22,467                               -              -                                           -             -
203-00000-4900                                                 OPERATING TRANSFERS IN                    -             -           100,000        100,000                -             -      100,000       100,000
203-00000-4901                                                 OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND         250,000       250,000                 -              -                                           -             -
203-00000-4902                                                 OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE            -                               -              -                                           -             -
203-00000-4970                                                 INTEREST INCOME                       3,925         3,287             3,500          3,500            2,547         2,372        3,500             -
203-00000-4973                                                 INTEREST ON ASSESSMENTS                 290                               -              -                                           -             -
Total Dept 00000                                                                                 1,716,002     1,535,042         1,489,500      1,548,500          675,634      746,915     1,553,500     1,555,000

TOTAL REVENUES                                                                                   1,716,002     1,535,042         1,489,500      1,548,500          675,634      746,915     1,553,500     1,555,000


 EXPENDITURES
5100                                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                 658,212       641,595           752,397        752,397          530,746      448,171       752,397       752,397
5200                                                           SUPPLIES                            112,915       123,392           138,000        138,000           36,168       75,600       138,000       138,000
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                632,185       577,533           720,000        720,000          481,100      364,786       720,000       814,062
5400                                                           OTHER EXPENSES                          150           860             2,500          2,500              860          330         2,500         2,500
5700                                                           CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           -             -                 -              -                -          704             -             -
 5900                                                          OTHER FINANCING USES                      -             -                 -              -                                           -             -
 Total Expenditures                                                                              1,403,462     1,343,380         1,612,897      1,612,897        1,048,874      889,591     1,612,897     1,706,959

Dept 91819 - FIRST STREET RECONSTRUCTION
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  1,110                -              -               -                                                        -
Total Dept 91819 - FIRST STREET RECONSTRUCTION                                                       1,110                -              -               -               -             -            -             -

Dept 91821 - 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 53,480                -              -               -                                                        -
Total Dept 91821 - 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES                                         53,480                -              -               -               -             -            -             -

 Dept 91822 - FOREST AVE, PECK STREET TO CLINTON STREE
5200                                                           SUPPLIES                                482                -              -               -                                                        -
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 23,683                -              -               -                                                        -
 Total Dept 91822 - FOREST AVE, PECK STREET TO CLINTON STREE                                        24,165                -              -               -               -             -            -             -

 Dept 91841 - MARSH & WALTON
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               209,328          4,074                 -               -           4,074             -                          -
 Total Dept 91841 - MARSH & WALTON                                                                209,328          4,074                 -               -           4,074             -            -             -

Dept 91854 - BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -      57,503            42,061        57,449                 -       81,243       81,243              -
 Totals for dept 91854 - BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                                               -      57,503            42,061        57,449                 -       81,243       81,243              -

Dept 92037 - MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -              -              -        20,000                 -       11,850       15,000              -
 Totals for dept 92037-MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                                  -              -              -        20,000                 -       11,850       15,000              -

Dept 92046-3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -              -              -        80,000                 -         6,868      10,000              -
 Totals for dept 92046-3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                                                        -              -              -        80,000                 -         6,868      10,000              -


 Dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               209,328           913                  -               -            913              -                          -
 Total Dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING                                                                  209,328           913                  -               -            913              -            -             -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                               1,900,872     1,405,870         1,654,958      1,770,346        1,053,861      989,553     1,719,140     1,706,959

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 203                                                           (184,870)      129,172          (165,458)      (221,846)        (378,227)     (242,637)    (165,640)     (151,959)
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                           914,487       729,617           858,789        858,789          729,617       858,789      858,789       636,943
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                              729,617       858,789           693,331        636,943          351,390       616,152      693,149       484,984
                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                  

                                GL NUMBER                                                     2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       March 31 2020       March 31 2021          2020-21
                                    AND                                                       ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL              ACTUAL            3rd QUARTER
                            BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                          DESCRIPTION                                      BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE            EXPENSES           REFORECAST

252 - FARMERS MARKET AND KITCHEN 242

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
 252-00000-4300                                               FEDERAL GRANTS                          -              -               -               -                    -                                  -
 252-00000-4400                                               STATE GRANTS                            -              -               -               -                                                       -
 252-00000-4663                                               FLEA MARKET AT FARMERS MARKET      21,986         15,826          21,931          14,000            13,799              7,674             14,000
 252-00000-4664                                               FARMERS MARKET INCOME              88,385         66,353          93,000          80,000            44,465             48,035             80,000
 252-00000-4677                                               RENT
 252-00000-4680                                               ADVERTISING REVENUE                     -              -               -               -                                                       -
 252-00000-4690                                               KITCHEN 242 RENTAL                 19,535         13,695          10,000          15,000            13,238             12,473             15,000
 252-00000-4693                                               FARMERS MARKET EVENT RENTAL         4,226          2,716           2,000               -             2,716              1,500              1,500
 252-00000-4694                                               FARMERS MARKET EBT FEES             3,498          3,476           5,000           5,000             2,478              4,135              5,000
 252-00000-4696                                               RETRO MARKET RENTAL FEES            1,608            888           1,500           1,500               888                  -                  -
 252-00000-4697                                               ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES
 252-00000-4699                                               FOOD HUB                           10,233          2,554               -               -             2,554                      -              -
 252-00000-4800                                               MISC. & SUNDRY                          -              -               -               -                                                       -
 252-00000-4805                                               CONTRIBUTIONS                       5,268          1,500           3,500           1,500            1,500               1,064              1,500
 252-00000-4814                                               PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS               (2,204)           348               -               -              348                 209                210
 252-00000-4840                                               FRIENDS OF THE MARKET               5,746          5,285           6,000           5,000            3,340                 378              5,000
 252-00000-4845                                               FUNDRAISING REVENUE                53,378         38,250           5,000               -           38,250                   -                  -
 252-00000-4901                                               OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND        35,000         45,000          55,000         105,000                -                   -            105,000
 252-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                       207            280             200             170              239                 161                170
  Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                       246,866        196,170         203,131         227,170          123,814              75,628            227,380

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                        246,866        196,170         203,131         227,170          123,814              75,628            227,380

 Dept 70856 - WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS
5200                                                          SUPPLIES                                -                 -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               17,305                 -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
  Totals for dept 70856 - WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS                                                 17,305                 -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

EXPENDITURES
Dept 70863 - FARMERS & FLEA MARKET
5100                                                          SALARIES & BENEFITS                57,323         58,765          75,522          66,522           45,172              30,546             66,522
5200                                                          SUPPLIES                           30,234         26,971          12,400          12,400           24,322               2,941             12,400
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              160,099        102,900         105,781         101,031           82,423              51,380            101,031
5400                                                          OTHER EXPENSES                        915          1,632           2,000               -            1,632                 275                  -
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    16,733          7,454           6,000          32,000            3,362              13,135             32,000
 Totals for dept 70863 - FARMERS & FLEA MARKET                                                  265,303        197,723         201,703         211,953          156,912              98,278            211,953

Dept 70867 - FDA GRANT FARMERS MARKET
5100                                                          SALARIES & BENEFITS                        -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
 Totals for dept 70867 - FDA GRANT FARMERS MARKET                                                        -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                              265,303        197,723         201,703         211,953          156,912              98,278            211,953

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 252                                                          (18,437)        (1,553)         1,428          15,217           (33,098)            (22,649)           15,427
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                          24,663          6,226          4,672           4,672             4,672               4,672             6,226
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                              6,226          4,672          6,100          19,889           (28,426)            (17,977)           21,653
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                   SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                               GL NUMBER                                                           2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       March 31 2020       March 31 2021          2020-21
                                   AND                                                             ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL              ACTUAL            3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                           DESCRIPTION                                           BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE            EXPENSES           REFORECAST

Fund 254 - MERCY HEALTH ARENA

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
254-00000-4400                                               STATE GRANT                                   -              -               -          40,000                -                   -                  -
254-00000-4610                                               ANNEX REVENUE                            69,620         69,552          70,000          60,000           19,824              (6,607)                 -
254-00000-4619                                               MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                 38,608         10,949          10,000           1,000            3,949                 239                250
254-00000-4639                                               RAD DADS                                 89,808        142,683          50,000         100,000           25,000              15,000            145,000
254-00000-4640                                               TICKET SURCHARGE                              -         31,589          35,000           7,500           31,589               2,229              7,500
254-00000-4643                                               VIP COMPENSATION                                        10,054           7,500           1,500            5,703                   -                  -
254-00000-4646                                               CONCESSIONS FOOD                              90        74,207          85,000          25,000           70,035              14,397             35,000
254-00000-4647                                               MERCHANDISE - ARENA                       40,197        22,945          42,000           4,000           22,454                   -              1,500
254-00000-4651                                               REIMBURSEMENT                                330         3,112               -               -            3,112             (59,810)                 -
254-00000-4665                                               ADVERTISING REVENUE                       62,000       106,000         124,000         124,000            6,000               6,000            106,000
254-00000-4666                                               PARKING LOT RENTAL - WESTERN AVENUE       21,360        24,103          24,000           4,000           24,103               5,005             10,000
254-00000-4667                                               PARKING LOT RENTAL                        17,663        10,902          12,000          12,000           10,902                 335                500
254-00000-4677                                               RENT                                     259,325       143,976         215,000         202,278           94,500              70,780            133,226
254-00000-4691                                               ARENA EVENT REVENUE                      104,660       179,191         230,000          25,000          178,909              30,866             90,000
254-00000-4692                                               ARENA MAINTENANCE CHARGE                       -           762               -               -              142                   -
254-00000-4695                                               SHOP RENTAL                                  702             -           1,000               -                -                   -                   -
254-00000-4696                                               CONCESSION NON ALCHOLIC                  220,197        49,138          60,000          22,000           48,678               6,404              18,000
254-00000-4697                                               ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE                       204,799       119,539         180,000          30,000          117,469              18,934              40,000
254-00000-4698                                               FLOOR/ICE HOCKEY RENTAL                  175,797       190,825         170,000         190,000          135,746             165,023             200,000
254-00000-4699                                               THIRD PARTY SALES/FOOD HUB                     -        40,010          45,000           3,000           40,010                   -                   -
254-00000-4800                                               MISC. & SUNDRY                             3,305         5,978           4,000           4,000            5,184               5,515               5,700
254-00000-4801                                               CASH OVER/SHORT                                9                             -               -                                                        -
254-00000-4802                                               REIMB: SERVICES RENDERED                   1,500        10,665               -          15,000             9,750             11,900              11,900
254-00000-4805                                               CONTRIBUTIONS                              4,100         6,250               -               -             6,250              4,868                   -
254-00000-4808                                               SALE OF PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT                 -                             -               -                                                        -
254-00000-4901                                               OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND              476,486       800,000         235,000         550,000                    -                   -         650,000
254-00000-4904                                               OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                -                             -               -                                                        -
254-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                                -                             -               -                                                        -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                            1,790,556      2,052,428      1,599,500       1,420,278          859,310             291,077           1,454,576

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                            1,790,556      2,052,428      1,599,500       1,420,278          859,310             291,077           1,454,576


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70805 - MERCY HEALTH ARENA
5100                                                         SALARIES AND BENEFITS                     66,081        164,833        196,843         385,881           128,968             227,344            385,881
5200                                                         SUPPLIES                                 354,884        301,725        225,000         225,000           285,089             179,667            225,000
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   1,310,152      1,322,263      1,090,000         670,000         1,179,947             457,564            670,000
5400                                                         OTHER EXPENSES                                 -          9,420              -          20,750             2,180              34,810             35,000
5700                                                         CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           74,579        246,686         50,000         100,000           182,370             164,673            125,000
 Totals for dept 70805 - L C WALKER ARENA                                                           1,805,697      2,044,927      1,561,843       1,401,631         1,778,554           1,064,058          1,440,881

Dept 90135 - ANNEX REPAIR
5700                                                         CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  -              -              -              -
 Totals for dept 90135 - ANNEX REPAIR                                                                         -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

 Dept 92039 - LOCKER ROOM IMPROVEMENTS ARENA
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             -              -                       10,930                               15,821             10,930
  Totals for dept 92039 - LOCKER ROOM IMPROVEMENTS ARENA                                                      -              -              -        10,930                    -          15,821             10,930

 Dept 93015
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             -       2,595
  Totals for dept 93015                                                                                       -       2,595                 -              -                   -                   -                 -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                  1,805,697      2,047,522      1,561,843       1,412,561         1,778,554           1,079,879          1,451,811

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 254                                                               (15,141)        4,906          37,657           7,717          (919,244)           (788,802)            2,765
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                               43,252        28,112          33,018          33,018            33,018              33,018            28,112
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                  28,112        33,018          70,675          40,735          (886,226)           (755,784)           30,877
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                   SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                               GL NUMBER                                                   2018-19       2019-20        2020-21        2020-21       March 31 2020     March 31 2021          2020-21
                                   AND                                                     ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY      ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL            ACTUAL            3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                           DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE          EXPENSES           REFORECAST

Fund 264 - CRIMINAL FORFEITURES

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
264-00000-4804                                               CRIMINAL FORFEITURES/POLICE      26,458                        1,000           1,000                -                 -              7,407
264-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                     200            60            400             400               47                26                 40
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                      26,658            60          1,400           1,400               47                26              7,447

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                      26,658            60          1,400           1,400               47                26              7,447


EXPENDITURES
Dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES
5700                                                         CAPITAL OUTLAYS                  36,665        24,809                -              -           24,809                                      -
 Totals for dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES                                              36,665        24,809                -              -           24,809                    -                 -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                            36,665        24,809                -              -           24,809                    -                 -

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 264                                                       (10,007)      (24,749)        1,400           1,400           (24,762)              26              7,447
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                       45,146        35,139        10,390          10,390            10,390           10,390             10,390
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                          35,139        10,390        11,790          11,790           (14,372)          10,416             17,837
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                   SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                    

                               GL NUMBER                                                   2018-19     2019-20       2020-21      2020-21      March 31 2020     March 31 2021       2020-21
                                   AND                                                     ACTIVITY    ACTIVITY     ORIGINAL     AMENDED         ACTUAL            ACTUAL         3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                          DESCRIPTION                               BUDGET        BUDGET         EXPENSE          EXPENSES        REFORECAST

Fund 285 - TREE REPLACEMENT

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
285-00000-4400                                               STATE GRANTS                          -                         -             -                -            3,000           3,000
285-00000-4800                                               MISC. & SUNDRY                        -       2,500             -             -            2,500           14,300               -
285-00000-4802                                               REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED               -                         -             -                                                 -
285-00000-4805                                               CONTRIBUTIONS                    10,000       4,803         5,000        14,800            4,803             1,963         14,800
285-00000-4901                                               OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                   7,500
285-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                       5           2             -             -                2               11               -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                      10,005      14,805         5,000        14,800            7,305           19,274          17,800

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                      10,005      14,805         5,000        14,800            7,305           19,274          17,800


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70771 - FORESTRY
5100                                                         SALARIES & BENEFITS                   -                         -             -                                                 -
5200                                                         SUPPLIES                          9,437      15,707         5,000        14,800           12,441             6,113         14,800
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -                         -             -                                                 -
 Totals for dept 70771 - FORESTRY                                                              9,437      15,707         5,000        14,800           12,441             6,113         14,800

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                             9,437      15,707         5,000        14,800           12,441             6,113         14,800

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 285                                                          568        (901)            -             -           (5,136)          13,161           3,000
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                       1,351       1,919         1,017         1,017            1,017            1,017           1,919
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                          1,919       1,017         1,017         1,017           (4,119)          14,179           4,919
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                   SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                               GL NUMBER                                                   2018-19       2019-20        2020-21       2020-21       March 31 2020     March 31 2021        2020-21
                                   AND                                                     ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY      ORIGINAL      AMENDED          ACTUAL            ACTUAL          3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                          DESCRIPTION                                  BUDGET         BUDGET          EXPENSE          EXPENSES         REFORECAST

Fund 290 - LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FIN AUTH 3

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
290-00000-4100                                               PROPERTY TAX                     97,583        98,643         99,624         99,624            98,743           99,568           99,624
290-00000-4809                                               REIMBURSEMENT STATE               2,871         3,311          3,000          3,000             3,311            3,348            3,348
290-00000-4841                                               GRANT: COMMUNITY FOUNDATION           -                            -              -                                                   -
290-00000-4901                                               OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND     360,000       360,000        350,000        350,000          270,000           333,825          350,000
290-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                      55            96            100            100               89               110              100
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                     460,509       462,049        452,724        452,724          372,142           436,851          453,072

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                     460,509       462,049        452,724        452,724          372,142           436,851          453,072


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -                            -              -
5900                                                         OTHER FINANCING USES            230,341       218,806        445,100        445,100          153,504            19,154          445,100
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                        230,341       218,806        445,100        445,100          153,504            19,154          445,100

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                           230,341       218,806        445,100        445,100          153,504            19,154          445,100

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 290                                                       230,168       243,244         7,624          7,624           218,638           417,698            7,972
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                     (876,114)     (645,946)     (402,702)      (402,702)         (402,702)         (402,702)        (402,702)
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                        (645,946)     (402,702)     (395,078)      (395,078)         (184,064)           14,995         (394,730)
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                   SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                               GL NUMBER                                                  2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       March 31 2020       March 31 2021          2020-21
                                   AND                                                    ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL              ACTUAL            3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                            DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE            EXPENSES           REFORECAST

Fund 294 - BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY (PIGEON HILL)

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
294-00000-4100                                               PROPERTY TAX                                     6,771                               -            6,177             19,466             19,466
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                             -        6,771                -              -            6,177             19,466             19,466

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                             -        6,771                -              -            6,177             19,466             19,466


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70810 - PIGEON HILL BROWNFIELD
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    -        6,771                -              -            6,771                700             19,466
 Totals for Dept 70810 - PIGEON HILL BROWNFIELD                                                      -        6,771                -              -            6,771                700             19,466

Dept 70808 - MAREC BUILDING
5900                                                         OTHER FINANCING USES                    -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
 Totals for dept 70808 - MAREC BUILDING                                                              -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                   -        6,771                -              -            6,771                700             19,466
                                                                                                                                                                                      -
NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 294                                                              -              -              -              -             (594)            18,767                     -
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                             -              -              -              -                -                  -                     -
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                -              -              -              -             (594)            18,767                     -

Fund 295 - BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY (BETTEN)

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
295-00000-4100                                               PROPERTY TAX                   134,828        138,401         140,094         140,094          138,504             140,000            140,094
295-00000-4809                                               REIMBURSEMENT STATE              4,362          6,822           6,500           6,500            6,822               7,442              6,500
295-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                     30             44             100             100               40                   1                100
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                    139,220        145,267         146,694         146,694          145,366             147,443            146,694

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                    139,220        145,267         146,694         146,694          145,366             147,443            146,694


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 -                              -               -                                                       -
5900                                                         OTHER FINANCING USES            30,813         26,659          30,813          30,813            26,659             11,730             30,813
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                        30,813         26,659          30,813          30,813            26,659             11,730             30,813

Dept 70808 - MAREC BUILDING
5900                                                         OTHER FINANCING USES                    -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
 Totals for dept 70808 - MAREC BUILDING                                                              -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                           30,813         26,659          30,813          30,813            26,659              11,730            30,813
                                                                                                                                                                                       -
NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 295                                                      108,408        118,608        115,881         115,881           118,707             135,713            115,881
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                    (945,395)      (836,988)      (718,380)       (718,380)         (718,380)           (718,380)          (718,380)
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                       (836,988)      (718,380)      (602,499)       (602,499)         (599,673)           (582,666)          (602,499)
                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                               GL NUMBER                                                 2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       March 31 2020       March 31 2021          2020-21
                                   AND                                                   ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL              ACTUAL            3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                           DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE            EXPENSES           REFORECAST

Fund 296 - BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY (FORMER MALL SITE)

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
296-00000-4100                                                PROPERTY TAX                 163,340        168,248         167,041         167,041          168,369             226,762            226,762
296-00000-4809                                                REIMBURSEMENT STATE            5,022          8,418           8,400           8,400            8,418               8,824              8,824
296-00000-4970                                                INTEREST INCOME                  261            382              70              70              178                  42                 70
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                   168,623        177,048         175,511         175,511          176,965             235,628            235,656

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                   168,623        177,048         175,511         175,511          176,965             235,628            235,656


EXPENDITURES
Fund 296 - BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY (FORMER MALL SITE)
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
 Totals for dept                                                                                    -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

Dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
5900                                                          OTHER FINANCING USES         162,000        180,000         175,000         175,000                                        -        175,000
 Totals for dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS                                          162,000        180,000         175,000         175,000                    -                   -        175,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                         162,000        180,000         175,000         175,000                    -                   -        175,000

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 296                                                      6,623         (2,952)            511             511          176,965             235,628             60,656
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                     9,444         16,066          13,114          13,114           13,114              13,114             16,066
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                       16,066         13,114          13,625          13,625          190,079             248,743             76,722
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                   SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                               GL NUMBER                                                2018-19     2019-20      2020-21      2020-21      March 31 2020    March 31 2021      2020-21
                                   AND                                                  ACTIVITY    ACTIVITY    ORIGINAL     AMENDED         ACTUAL           ACTUAL        3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                          DESCRIPTION                           BUDGET        BUDGET         EXPENSE         EXPENSES       REFORECAST

Fund 298 - BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY TERRACE POINT

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
298-00000-4100                                               PROPERTY TAX                 209,676     281,642      394,135       394,135         281,662          374,644        374,644
298-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                  541         391            -             -             199               53             60
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                  210,217     282,033      394,135       394,135         281,861          374,697        374,704

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                  210,217     282,033      394,135       394,135         281,861          374,697        374,704


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70809 - TERRACE POINT LANDING
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         205,552     274,776      225,000       225,000           13,373          20,239        368,285
 Totals for dept 70809 - TERRACE POINT LANDING                                            205,552     274,776      225,000       225,000           13,373          20,239        368,285

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                        205,552     274,776      225,000       225,000           13,373          20,239        368,285

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 298                                                     4,665       7,257      169,135       169,135         268,488          354,458          6,419
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                   11,050      15,715       22,972        22,972          22,972           22,972         22,972
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                      15,715      22,972      192,107       192,107         291,459          377,430         29,391
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                   SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                               GL NUMBER                                                      2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       March 31 2020       March 31 2021          2020-21
                                   AND                                                        ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL              ACTUAL            3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                           DESCRIPTION                                      BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE            EXPENSES           REFORECAST

Fund 257 - BUDGET STABILIZATION

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
257-00000-4901                                               OP TRANSFER TO GENERAL FUND                 -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
257-00000-4902                                               OP TRANSFER TO SPECIAL REVENUE              -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                                 -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                 -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70001-BUDGET STABILIZATION
5900                                                         OTHER FINANCING                             -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -
 Totals for dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES                                                         -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                       -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 257                                                                -              -              -               -                 -                   -                  -
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                       1,700,000      1,700,000      1,700,000       1,700,000         1,700,000           1,700,000          1,700,000
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                          1,700,000      1,700,000      1,700,000       1,700,000         1,700,000           1,700,000          1,700,000
                                            BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                         FINANCING AUTHORITIES 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                   

                               GL NUMBER                                                       2018-19        2019-20          2020-21        2020-21       Mar 31, 2020    Mar 31, 2021      2020-21
                                   AND                                                         ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY        ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL           ACTUAL       3RD QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                       DESCRIPTION                                            BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE         EXPENSES       REFORECAST

394 - DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
394-00000-4100                                          PROPERTY TAX                            1,085,354        924,457         489,958        490,931          924,513        490,931        490,931
394-00000-4161                                          SPECIAL ASSESSMENT                              -              -         110,000        112,653                -              -              -
394-00000-4691                                          EVENT REVENUE                                                                           161,750                           4,563         96,200
394-00000-4809                                          REIMBURSEMENT STATE                               -                              -            -                                              -
394-00000-4845                                          FUNDRAISING REVENUE                                        2,000                          5,000            2,000           5,000         5,000
394-00000-4846                                          SPONSORSHIP REVENUE                                                                      82,000                                         70,000
394-00000-4847                                          LAKESHORE ART                                                                                                              9,800
394-00000-4902                                          OP. TRANS FROM SERVICE REVENUE                                                           50,000                -          50,000       112,653
394-00000-4903                                          OP. TRANS FROM DEBT SERVICE                     -                              -              -                                              -
394-00000-4904                                          OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS FUND            -        134,072               -              -                                              -
394-00000-4970                                          INTEREST INCOME                               549            280             100            100              192              5            100
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                        1,085,903      1,060,809         600,058        902,434          926,705        560,299        774,884

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                        1,085,903      1,060,809         600,058        902,434          926,705        560,299        774,884

 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              -       14,050                 -              -          6,618           9,478             -
5400                                                    CONFERENCE, TRAINING, ETC.
 5900                                                   OTHER FINANCING USES                        5,077              -         349,073        208,051          600,000        208,051        208,051
  Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                              5,077         14,050         349,073        208,051          606,618        217,529        208,051

Dept 30999 - TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS
5900                                                    OTHER FINANCING USES                    1,000,000                                -              -                                            -
 Totals for dept 30999 - TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS                                                1,000,000                 -              -              -              -               -             -

 Dept 70778 - LAKESHORE ART FESTIVAL
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              -               -              -      159,279                -          22,445       159,279
  Totals for dept 70778 - LAKESHORE ART FESTIVAL                                                          -               -              -      159,279                -          22,445       159,279

Dept 70803 -DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
5100                                                    SALARIES AND BENEFITS                          -          92,930          98,800         98,800           66,657          66,843        98,800
5200                                                    SUPPLIES                                     853           3,683           1,500          1,500            1,070             814         1,500
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -          24,216         150,000        152,238           24,163           2,524       152,238
5400                                                    OTHER EXPENSES                                 -
5900                                                    OTHER FINANCING USES                           -                               -              -                                              -
 Totals for dept 70803 - DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT                                                        853         120,830         250,300        252,538           91,890          70,180       252,538

 Dept 70863 - FARMERS & FLEA MARKET
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              -               -              -              -             39               -             -
  Totals for dept 70863 - FARMERS & FLEA MARKET                                                           -               -              -              -             39               -             -

 Dept 70780- TASTE OF MUSKEGON
5200                                                    SUPPLIES                                          -               -              -            -                -             559           600
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              -              39              -       65,375                -           1,633         2,000
  Totals for dept 70780 - TASTE OF MUSKEGON                                                               -              39              -       65,375                -           2,192         2,600

Dept 80699 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5900                                                    OTHER FINANCING USES                        5,000                 -              -              -              -           5,493             -
 Totals for dept 80699 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                                                       5,000                 -              -              -              -           5,493             -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                              1,010,930        134,919         599,373        685,243          698,546        317,839        622,468

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 394                                                            74,973        925,890             685        217,191          228,159        242,459        152,416
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                         (994,516)      (919,543)          6,347          6,347         (919,543)         6,347          6,347
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                            (919,543)         6,347           7,032        223,538         (691,384)       248,806        158,763
                                           BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                        FINANCING AUTHORITIES 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                 

                           GL NUMBER                                               2018-19      2019-20       2020-21       2020-21      Mar 31, 2020   Mar 31, 2021      2020-21
                               AND                                                 ACTIVITY     ACTIVITY     ORIGINAL      AMENDED        ACTUAL          ACTUAL       3RD QUARTER
                       BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                         DESCRIPTION                             BUDGET         BUDGET        EXPENSE        EXPENSES       REFORECAST

305 - TAX INCREMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
305-00000-4100                                         PROPERTY TAX                    37,658       35,383       42,206        42,206          35,435         42,184        42,206
305-00000-4809                                         REIMBURSEMENT STATE              7,170        7,270        7,000         7,000           7,270          9,744         7,000
305-00000-4970                                         INTEREST INCOME                     40           54            -             -              28             19             -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                               44,868       42,707       49,206        49,206          42,733         51,947        49,206

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                               44,868       42,707       49,206        49,206          42,733         51,947        49,206


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5900                                                   OTHER FINANCING USES            40,000       40,000       50,000        50,000          30,000         37,500        50,000
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                  40,000       40,000       50,000        50,000          30,000         37,500        50,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                     40,000       40,000       50,000        50,000          30,000         37,500        50,000

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 305                                                 4,868        2,707         (794)         (794)         12,733         14,447          (794)
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                 8,313       13,181       15,888        15,888          13,181         15,888        15,888
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                   13,181       15,888       15,094        15,094          25,914         30,335        15,094
                                                               BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                               CAPITAL FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                           

                                    GL NUMBER                                                               2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       Mar 31, 2020       Mar 31, 2021          2020-21
                                        AND                                                                 ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL              ACTUAL           3RD QUARTER
                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                     BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE            EXPENSES           REFORECAST

FUND 404 - PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT FUND
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
 404-00000-4300                                                         FEDERAL GRANTS                                 -                     150,000          22,000               -                  -                  -
 404-00000-4400                                                         STATE GRANTS                                          220,700                                              -
 404-00000-4651                                                         REIMBURSEMENT                         348,104         404,424      1,900,000         400,000               -             14,345            315,000
 404-00000-4652                                                         SALES & SERVICES                                       14,428                                              -                  -
 404-00000-4656                                                         SALES PROCEEDS                               -            316              -           25,000            316             25,357             26,000
 404-00000-4677                                                         RENT                                    33,154          7,996         20,000           20,000          2,233             11,222             32,225
 404-00000-4800                                                         MISC. & SUNDRY                               -             39              -                -             39                  -                  -
 404-00000-4805                                                         CONTRIBUTIONS                           14,500        294,300        100,000          100,000        175,800            184,684            185,000
 404-00000-4808                                                         SALE OF LAND                         1,205,887        447,902        750,000        3,250,000        445,421          1,849,075          2,800,000
 404-00000-4845                                                         FUNDRAISING REVENUE                     86,933         22,229              -                -         19,948              5,000                  -
 404-00000-4846                                                         SPONSORSHIP REVENUE                     11,250        101,747              -           10,000         24,391                  -   .
 404-00000-4847                                                         150TH ANNIVERSARY REVENUE               26,999        262,055              -                -        262,055                  -                  -
 404-00000-4901                                                         OP. TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND                                                                                                              50,000
 404-00000-4904                                                         OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL FUND                  -        881,860              -               -        2,023,864                 -                  -
 404-00000-4903                                                         OP. TRANS FROM DEBT SERVICE FUNDS    1,000,000              -        215,000         218,051                -           208,051            218,051
 404-00000-4961                                                         BOND PROCEEDS                                       2,417,390                                               -                 -
 404-00000-4970                                                         INTEREST INCOME                          2,776            569            500              500             569                 -                500
 404-00000-4971                                                         GAIN ON INVESTMENT                       3,213          8,968              -                -                                 -                  -
  Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                                    2,732,816      5,084,920      3,135,500        4,045,551       2,954,636         2,297,734          3,626,776

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                     2,732,816      5,084,920      3,135,500        4,045,551      2,954,636          2,297,734          3,626,776



 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 00000
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     1,006            149        226,000         456,385             149                  -                  -
  Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                                        1,006            149        226,000         456,385             149                  -                  -

 Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -                             -              -                                                    -
5900                                                                    OTHER FINANCING USES                           -                             -              -            894                  -                  -
  Totals for dept 30906-DEBT SERVICE                                                                                   -              -              -              -            894                  -                  -

 Dept 30936 - PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT ADMINISTRATION
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -                             -              -                                 -                  -
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                -                             -              -                                 -                  -
  Totals for dept 30936 - PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT ADMINISTRATION                                                            -              -              -              -                  -              -                  -

 Dept 70856 - WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS
5200                                                                    SUPPLIES                                    -             210                -              -            210                290              1,585
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   17,305          13,024                -              -         10,319             19,170             28,538
  Totals for dept 70856 - WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS                                                               17,305          13,234                -              -         10,529             19,460             30,123

 Dept 80699 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   28,705                 -              -              -                  -        103,508            185,000
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        42,900                                -              -                                 -                  -
  Totals for dept 80699 - ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                                                                 71,605                 -              -              -                  -        103,508            185,000

 Dept 91501 - NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING PROJECT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     2,361                               -              -                                 -                  -
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            127                               -              -                                 -                  -
  Totals for dept 91501 - NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING PROJECT                                                           2,488                -              -              -                  -              -                  -

 Dept 91504 - CLAY AVE, JEFFERSON TO 1ST
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      378             445                -              -            352                  -                  -
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -                                -              -                                 -                  -
  Totals for dept 91504 - CLAY AVE, JEFFERSON TO 1ST                                                              378             445                -              -            352                  -                  -

 Dept 91602 - ARENA ANNEX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                -       15,000                -              -         15,000             18,000             18,000
  Totals for dept 91602 - ARENA ANNEX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT                                                              -       15,000                -              -         15,000             18,000             18,000

 Dept 91608 - IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS DONE BY DPW
5100                                                                    SALARIES & BENEFITS                       221             549                -              -            549              2,372                  -
5200                                                                    SUPPLIES                                    -           7,671                -              -          7,124              6,856                  -
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -           1,916                -              -            257              2,466                  -
  Totals for dept 91608 - IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS DONE BY DPW                                                        221          10,136                -              -          7,930             11,694             13,000

 Dept 91612 - POP UP SHOPS
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     1,290            240                -              -            240              7,976                  -
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          3,084          3,463                -              -            850                137                  -
  Totals for dept 91612 - POP UP SHOPS                                                                           4,374          3,703                -              -          1,090              8,113             12,000

 Dept 91701 - PARKING LOT@JEFFERSON/WESTERN
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   30,841                                -              -                                 -                  -
  Totals for dept 91701 - PARKING LOT@JEFFERSON/WESTERN                                                        30,841                 -              -              -                  -              -                  -

 Dept 91712 - IMPROVEMENTS AT LC WALKER INCLUDING RAD
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  181,166                 -              -              -                  -             -                   -
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                               -              -              -                  -           462                   -
  Totals for dept 91712 - IMPROVEMENTS AT LC WALKER INCLUDING RAD                                             181,166                 -              -              -                  -           462                   -

 Dept 91720 - TASTE OF MUSKEGON
5200                                                                    SUPPLIES                               18,849           2,308                -              -          2,052                  -                  -
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   79,352          14,707                -              -         14,010                  -                  -
5400                                                                    OTHER EXPENSES                          3,411           1,009                -              -          1,009                  -                  -
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -                                -              -                                 -                  -
  Totals for dept 91720 - TASTE OF MUSKEGON                                                                   101,611          18,025                -              -         17,071                  -                  -

 Dept 91723 - REHAB HOUSE ON SECOND STREET
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                -              -              -              -                  -          1,240                  -
  Totals for dept 91723 - REHAB HOUSE ON SECOND STREET                                                                 -              -              -              -                  -          1,240                  -

 Dept 91726 - CITY HALL UPGRADES
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -               -              -               -               -              9,327                  -
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        61,151          16,283        200,000         295,246          16,283            296,916            310,000
  Totals for dept 91726 - CITY HALL UPGRADES                                                                   61,151          16,283        200,000         295,246          16,283            306,243            310,000
                                                                BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                CAPITAL FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                              

                                    GL NUMBER                                                    2018-19        2019-20          2020-21        2020-21         Mar 31, 2020       Mar 31, 2021       2020-21
                                        AND                                                      ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY        ORIGINAL       AMENDED           ACTUAL              ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER
                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                           BUDGET          BUDGET           EXPENSE            EXPENSES        REFORECAST
 Dept 91801 - CONVENTION CENTER
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES      817,567                  -              -                -       1,142,004                 -               -
  Totals for dept 91801 - CONVENTION CENTER                                                        817,567                  -              -                -       1,142,004                 -               -

 Dept 91802 - REHAB 1078 SECOND STREET
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                        -                                 -                -                                 -               -
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES       58,126           8,717                 -                -          4,069                  -               -
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS            45,098           3,311                 -                -              -                  -               -
  Totals for dept 91802 - REHAB 1078 SECOND STREET                                                 103,224          12,028                 -                -          4,069                  -               -

 Dept 91804 - MIDTOWN SQUARE PHASE II
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -                              -                -                                 -               -
  Totals for dept 91804 - MIDTOWN SQUARE PHASE II                                                           -               -              -                -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91808 - LC WALKER GENERAL WORK (HEATING/COOLING/
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES      296,814          46,525                 -                -         46,525                  -               -
  Totals for dept 91808 - LC WALKER GENERAL WORK (HEATING/COOLING/                                 296,814          46,525                 -                -         46,525                  -               -

 Dept 91810 - REHAB 1531 BEIDLER
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                        -                                 -                -                                 -               -
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          124                                 -                -                                 -               -
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                 -                                 -                -                                 -               -
  Totals for dept 91810 - REHAB 1531 BEIDLER                                                           124                  -              -                -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91811 - 1639 FIFTH STREET
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                        -                                 -                -                                 -               -
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          666             105                 -                -            105                  -               -
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                               351                 -                -            351                  -               -
  Totals for dept 91811 - 1639 FIFTH STREET                                                            666             456                 -                -            456                  -               -

 Dept 91812 - REHAB 1067 GRAND
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                    3,480                                 -                -                                 -               -
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES       85,368          52,485                 -                -         52,485                  -               -
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS            49,388          22,870                 -                -         22,870                  -               -
  Totals for dept 91812 - REHAB 1067 GRAND                                                         138,236          75,355                 -                -         75,355                  -               -

 Dept 91813 - REHAB 1290 WOOD
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                         -                                -                -                                -                -
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         2,325            904                 -                -            330               169                -
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS              3,244            440                 -                -            252               170                -
  Totals for dept 91813 - REHAB 1290 WOOD                                                             5,569          1,345                 -                -            582               339                -

 Dept 91815 - REHAB 248 MASON
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                         -                                -                -                                -                -
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         2,892            280                 -                -            177               171                -
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS              1,192                                -                -                                -                -
  Totals for dept 91815 - REHAB 248 MASON                                                             4,084            280                 -                -            177               171                -

 Dept 91820 - PM PARK RECRESTIONAL IMPROVEMENTS
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES      489,552                 32              -                -                  -              -               -
  Totals for dept 91820 - PM PARK RECREATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS                                        489,552                 32              -                -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91823 - REHAB 1188 4TH
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES       65,347          84,232                 -              800         81,247                992               -
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS           102,189          52,239                 -                -         48,017             (1,014)              -
  Totals for dept 91823 - REHAB 1188 4TH                                                           167,535         136,470                 -              800        129,265                (22)              -

 Dept 91824 - 880 1ST STREET
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES       38,542           7,584                 -                -          6,343              4,024           4,024
  Totals for dept 91824 - 880 1ST STREET                                                            38,542           7,584                 -                -          6,343              4,024           4,024

 Dept 91832 - COMMERICAL DEMO
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES      186,924                                 -                -                                 -               -
  Totals for dept 91832 - COMMERICAL DEMO                                                          186,924                  -              -                -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91839 - LC WALKER IMPROVEMENTS (DDA)
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES      793,558         957,487                 -                -        912,550                  -               -
  Totals for dept 91839- LC WALKER IMPROVEMENTS (DDA)                                              793,558         957,487                 -                -        912,550                  -               -

 Dept 91840- PUBLIC RELATIONS
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         4,677          4,260                 -                -          4,260                  -               -
  Totals for dept 91840- PUBLIC RELATIONS                                                             4,677          4,260                 -                -          4,260                  -               -

 Dept 91901 - SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                        -          29,269                 -                -         29,269                  -               -
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES       39,720         482,620                 -                -        482,620                  -               -
  Totals for dept 91901 - SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION                                              39,720         511,889                 -                -        511,889                  -               -

 Dept 91902 - LC WALKER ROOF,HVAC,DEHUMIDIFICATION SYS
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES       70,830       2,409,751         381,324         208,051           192,306              3,610         208,051
5900                                                                     OTHER FINANCING USES                      391,972                                                 -            173,019
  Total for dept 91902 - LC WALKER ROOF,HVAC,DEHUMIDIFICATION SYS                                   70,830       2,801,723         381,324         208,051           192,306            176,629         208,051

 Dept 91904 - 1457 7TH REHAB
5200                                                                     SUPPLIES                                    2,167                                                48
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         7,555         30,997          20,000          55,153            18,090             31,864          55,250
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS              2,343         14,200               -               -             8,442             23,323               -
 Total Dept 91904 - 1457 7TH REHAB                                                                    9,898         47,364          20,000          55,153            26,580             55,187          55,250

 Dept 91906 - SKATE PARK RELOCATION
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         1,548            176                 -                -                  -              -               -
 Total Dept 91906 - SKATE PARK RELOCATION                                                             1,548            176                 -                -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91907 - BARK PARK IMPROVEMENTS
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         3,861          4,670                 -                -                  -              -               -
 Total Dept 91907 - BARK PARK IMPROVEMENTS                                                            3,861          4,670                 -                -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91909 - REHAB 1192 PINE
5300                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         7,172         35,161         100,000         370,000            27,097            109,886         310,000
5700                                                                     CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             2,005                                               207             65,611
 Total Dept 91909 - REHAB 1192 PINE                                                                   7,172         37,166         100,000         370,000            27,304            175,498         310,000
                                                              BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                              CAPITAL FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                           

                                   GL NUMBER                                                   2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       Mar 31, 2020       Mar 31, 2021      2020-21
                                       AND                                                     ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL              ACTUAL       3RD QUARTER
                               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                         BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE            EXPENSES       REFORECAST
 Dept 91914 - SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -              -              -        68,385                   -         71,885         71,885
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -              -              -             -                   -              -              -
 Total Dept 91914 SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING                                                               -              -              -        68,385                   -         71,885         71,885

 Dept 91915 - MCLAUGHLIN PARK
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -        6,885                -              -          6,885                  -              -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -          405                -              -            405                  -              -
 Total Dept 91915 - MCLAUGHLIN PARK                                                                       -        7,290                -              -          7,290                  -              -

 Dept 91919 - 1713 7TH STREET
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -       18,050                -              -         18,050               500               -
 Total Dept 91919 - 1713 7TH STREET                                                                       -       18,050                -              -         18,050               500               -

 Dept 91920 - CITY HALL ELEVATOR
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -       79,711                -              -         79,711                  -              -
 Total Dept 91920 - CITY HALL ELEVATOR                                                                    -       79,711                -              -         79,711                  -              -

 Dept 91923 - SCATTERED HOUSING PROJECT
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -    1,475,547      1,500,000        1,500,000        591,086          1,436,170      1,500,000
5900                                                                   OTHER FINANCING USES                        6,590                                          1,773             13,004
  Totals for dept 91923 - SCATTERED HOUSING PROJECT                                                       -    1,482,137      1,500,000        1,500,000        592,859          1,449,174      1,500,000

 Dept 91924 - REHAB 580 CATHERINE
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -       63,562                -        10,000          53,095              9,825         11,661
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -       24,074                -             -          16,974              1,836              -
  Totals for dept 91924 - REHAB 580 CATHERINE                                                             -       87,635                -        10,000          70,069             11,661         11,661

 Dept 92011 - REHAB 1095 3RD
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -                           -                -              -                  -              -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -        3,222        250,000                -          3,222                  -              -
  Totals for dept 92011 - REHAB 1095 3RD                                                                  -        3,222        250,000                -          3,222                  -              -

 Dept 92016 - ST MARY'S PARKING LOT
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -       16,524                -              -         16,025                  -              -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -            -                -              -              -                  -              -
  Totals for dept 92016 - ST MARY'S PARKING LOT                                                           -       16,524                -              -         16,025                  -              -

 Dept 92017 - MERCY HEALTH ARENA SIGN
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            32,946                -        52,359          32,946             59,315         59,315
  Totals for dept 92017 - MERCY HEALTH ARENA SIGN                                                         -       32,946                -        52,359          32,946             59,315         59,315

 Dept 92021- MERCY HEALTH ARENA PROJECTS
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -                             -              -                                 -              -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -       78,929                -              -         29,284                  -              -
  Totals for dept 92021- MERCY HEALTH ARENA PROJECTS                                                      -       78,929                -              -         29,284                  -              -

 Dept 92022- CORONAVIRUS ECONOMIC RELIEF
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -          865                -              -        190,149              1,005              -
5400                                                                   OTHER EXPENSES                             33,360                                            132
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -            -                -              -                                 -              -
  Totals for dept 92022- CORONAVIRUS ECONOMIC RELIEF                                                      -       34,225                -              -        190,281              1,005              -

 Dept 92024- MARSH FIELD GARAGE
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -       22,749         37,000          58,346               -             43,202         69,423
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    -        1,439              -               -           1,000             26,221              -
  Totals for dept 92024- MARSH FIELD GARAGE                                                               -       24,188         37,000          58,346           1,000             69,423         69,423

 Dept 92026 - PAID PARKING KIOSK & COIN MACHINE
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      153,870                                                  -          9,778         40,116
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             4,967                                                  -
  Totals for dept 92026 - PAID PARKING KIOSK & COIN MACHINE                                               -      158,837                -              -                  -          9,778         40,116

 Dept 92028 - CLERKS OFFICE REDESIGN
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        2,060                -        22,000                   -         11,726              -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             2,358                                                  -            717
  Totals for dept 92028 - CLERKS OFFICE REDESIGN                                                          -        4,417                -        22,000                   -         12,443              -

 Dept 92029 - PM BATHHOUSE DISPLAY
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        4,607                          4,607                   -          4,607          4,607
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS
  Totals for dept 92029 - PM BATHHOUSE DISPLAY                                                            -        4,607                -         4,607                   -          4,607          4,607

 Dept 92030 - FEMA ELIGIBLE COVID19 EXPENSES
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       22,000                                                  -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS
  Totals for dept 92030 - FEMA ELIGIBLE COVID19 EXPENSES                                                  -       22,000                -              -                  -              -              -

 Dept 92031 - ELECTRIC CHARGING STATION
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       37,960                                                  -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS
  Totals for dept 92031 - ELECTRIC CHARGING STATION                                                       -       37,960                -              -                  -              -              -

 Dept 96040 - PERE MARQUETTE
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              -                                                -              -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS
  Totals for dept 96040 PERE MARQUETTE                                                                    -              -              -              -                  -              -              -

 Dept 96051 - FIRE EQUIPMENT
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -                             -              -                                 -              -
  Totals for dept 96051 - FIRE EQUIPMENT                                                                  -              -              -              -                  -              -              -

 Dept 96053
5400                                                                   OTHER EXPENSES                     -              -              -              -                  -              -              -
 404-96053-5471                                                        BAD DEBTS                          -                             -              -                                 -              -
  Totals for dept 96053 -                                                                                 -              -              -              -                  -              -              -

 Dept 96054 - PROPERTY ACQUISITION
5100                                                                   SALARIES & BENEFITS           247           5,235                -              -          5,235              3,994              -
5300                                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES        6,182           6,367                -              -          6,367              4,691              -
5700                                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS            13,572          18,780                -              -         18,780             11,508              -
                                                      BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                      CAPITAL FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                           

                                  GL NUMBER                                            2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21        Mar 31, 2020       Mar 31, 2021       2020-21
                                      AND                                              ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL              ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER
                              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                  BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE            EXPENSES        REFORECAST
 Totals for dept 96054 - PROPERTY ACQUISITION                                             20,001          30,381                -              -          30,381             20,193          24,000

 Dept 96059 - SIDEWALK PROGRAM
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               -                             -              -                                  -                -
 Total for dept 96059 - SIDEWALK PROGRAM                                                          -              -              -              -                   -              -                -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                      3,672,248      6,844,844      2,714,324        3,101,332       4,220,079          2,590,529       2,926,455

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 404                                                  (939,432)     (1,759,924)       421,176         944,219       (1,265,443)         (292,795)         700,321
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                1,098,023         158,591     (1,601,332)     (1,601,332)         158,591        (1,601,332)      (1,601,332)
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                    158,591       (1,601,332)    (1,180,156)       (657,113)      (1,106,852)       (1,894,127)       (901,011)
                                                               BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                               CAPITAL FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                          

                                    GL NUMBER                                                               2018-19        2019-20          2020-21        2020-21       Mar 31, 2020       Mar 31, 2021       2020-21
                                        AND                                                                 ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY        ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL              ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER
                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                      BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE            EXPENSES        REFORECAST



Fund 482 - STATE GRANTS
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
482-00000-4300                                                          FEDERAL GRANTS                          77,287                                -              -                                 -      12,400,000
482-00000-4400                                                          STATE GRANTS                         2,032,776      2,092,084                 -      1,819,847       1,053,378         1,069,430       2,169,115
482-00000-4805                                                          CONTRIBUTIONS                                -                                -              -                                 -               -
482-00000-4901                                                          OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                            10,000                                                -
482-00000-4970                                                          INTEREST INCOME                              -              -           1,200            1,200               -                 -               -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                                     2,110,063      2,102,084           1,200        1,821,047       1,053,378         1,069,430      14,569,115

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                     2,110,063      2,102,084           1,200        1,821,047      1,053,378          1,069,430      14,569,115



 Dept 91507 - EPA GRANT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   77,287                                 -              -                                 -               -
  Totals for dept 91507 - EPA GRANT                                                                            77,287                  -              -              -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91514 - PLACEMAKING GRANT
5200                                                                    SUPPLIES                                       -                              -              -                                 -               -
 482-91514-5231                                                         MICELLANEOUS MATERIALS & SUPPLIES              -                              -              -                                 -               -
  Totals for dept 91514 - PLACEMAKING GRANT                                                                            -               -              -              -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91714 - DEMO SMOKE STACKS WINDWARD PT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -                              -              -                                 -               -
  Totals for dept 91714 - DEMO SMOKE STACKS WINDWARD PT                                                                -               -              -              -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91803 - MSHDA BLIGHT GRANT 2018
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  129,559                                 -              -                  -              -               -
  Totals for dept 91803 - MSHDA BLIGHT GRANT 2018                                                             129,559                  -              -              -                  -              -               -

 Dept 91808 - LC WALKER GENERAL WORK (HEATING/COOLING/
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                          24                                           15                 19
  Totals for dept 91808 - LC WALKER GENERAL WORK (HEATING/COOLING/                                                     -              24              -              -             15                 19               -

 Dept 91908 - MDOC PROPERTY
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    25,727        466,564                 -        150,000        466,564            235,757         285,757
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      1,734,869                                -              -                                 -               -
5900                                                                    OTHER FINANCING USES                     5,989                                -      1,669,847                                 -         715,222
 Total Dept 91908 - MDOC PROPERTY                                                                            1,766,585        466,564                 -      1,819,847        466,564            235,757       1,000,979

 Dept 91913 - WINDWARD POINTE GRANT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  136,632       1,523,337                 -              -        989,904          1,168,136       1,168,136
 Total Dept 91913 - WINDWARD POINTE GRANT                                                                     136,632       1,523,337                 -              -        989,904          1,168,136       1,168,136

 Dept 91925 - RENEW MICHIGAN GRANT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -       38,685                 -              -         38,685              4,733           4,733
 Total Dept 91925 - RENEW MICHIGAN GRANT                                                                               -       38,685                 -              -         38,685              4,733           4,733

 Dept 92044 - EGLE GRANT 122 W MUSKEGON
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -               -              -              -                  -          3,214           6,214
 Total Dept 92044 - EGLE GRANT 122 W MUSKEGON                                                                          -               -              -              -                  -          3,214           6,214



 Dept 98140 - ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION BETTEN
5900                                                                    OTHER FINANCING USES                        -                                 -              -                                 -               -
 482-98140-5952                                                         INTEREST EXPENSE - LOAN                   780             394                 -              -            394                  -               -
 482-98140-5962                                                         PRINCIPAL EXP - LOAN                   19,313          19,699                 -              -         19,699                  -               -
  Totals for dept 98140 - ENVIRONMENTAL REMEDIATION BETTEN                                                     20,093          20,093                 -              -         20,093                  -               -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                           2,130,156      2,048,703                 -      1,819,847      1,515,261          1,411,860       2,180,062

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 482                                                                        (20,093)        53,380           1,200           1,200         (461,884)         (342,430)     12,389,053
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                        50,400         30,307          83,687          83,687           30,307            83,687          83,687
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                           30,307         83,687          84,887          84,887         (431,577)         (258,743)     12,472,740
                                                                       BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                 ENTERPRISE FUNDS 2020-21 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                   

                               GL NUMBER                                                           2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21     Mar 31, 2020     Mar 31, 2021          2020-21
                                   AND                                                             ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED       ACTUAL            ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                    DESCRIPTION                                  BUDGET          BUDGET       EXPENSE          EXPENSES          REFORECAST

590 - SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
590-00000-4400                                                          STATE GRANTS                        -                             -              -                                                  -
590-00000-4605                                                          METERED SALES               7,876,584     8,121,564       9,205,875      9,432,670      5,608,523         5,813,928         8,700,000
590-00000-4619                                                          MISC. SALES AND SERVICES       51,250       134,393         120,000        120,000        112,793            40,300            50,000
590-00000-4704                                                          PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES      160,576       125,199         160,000        145,000        125,350           118,562           145,000
590-00000-4800                                                          MISC. & SUNDRY                  2,173             -           2,000          2,000              -             3,590             4,000
590-00000-4802                                                          REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED         8,246         9,445           7,000          7,000          6,678             7,258             8,000
590-00000-4818                                                          RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                -                             -              -                                                  -
590-00000-4961                                                          BOND PROCEEDS                       -             -       5,675,000      5,675,000              -                 -         5,675,000
590-00000-4970                                                          INTEREST INCOME                 6,865         1,209           6,800          1,200          1,209                 -             1,200
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                            8,105,694     8,391,810      15,176,675     15,382,870      5,854,554         5,983,638        14,583,200

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                            8,105,694     8,391,810      15,176,675     15,382,870      5,854,554         5,983,638        14,583,200

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                                   SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                         74,609             -              53,714           74,609
 Totals for dept 30205 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                           -             -               -          74,609             -              53,714           74,609


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30548 - BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         495,523        476,958        508,522        508,522        298,784            340,713          508,522
5400                                                                    OTHER EXPENSES                     -              -          7,500          7,500              -                  -            7,500
5900                                                                    OTHER FINANCING USES         459,110        526,670         57,500         57,500        348,806              4,094           57,500
 Totals for dept 30548 - BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER                                            954,633      1,003,628        573,522        573,522        647,590            344,808          573,522

Dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -       4,137                 -            -          4,137                    -              -
 Totals for dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT                                                               -       4,137                 -            -          4,137                    -              -

Dept 60557 - MUSKEGON CO. WASTEWATER TREATMENT
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES        6,587,735     6,978,294       6,600,000      6,600,000      4,498,000         3,623,145         5,300,000
 Totals for dept 60557 - MUSKEGON CO. WASTEWATER TREATMENT                                          6,587,735     6,978,294       6,600,000      6,600,000      4,498,000         3,623,145         5,300,000

Dept 60559 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE
5100                                                                    SALARIES & BENEFITS           839,559     1,038,763         838,519        828,385        635,504           620,926           828,385
5200                                                                    SUPPLIES                      100,237       110,572         116,450        116,450         76,268            83,072           116,450
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          566,138       676,611         555,815        555,815        553,104           358,488           565,610
5400                                                                    OTHER EXPENSES                 36,245        12,543          33,000         33,000          3,903            39,280            39,280
5700                                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    30         3,548          18,100         46,100          1,609            32,257            46,100
 Totals for dept 60559 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE                                                  1,542,209     1,842,037       1,561,884      1,579,750      1,270,389         1,134,022         1,595,825

Dept 91325 - STORM & WASTE WATER ASSET MGMT - SAW GRA
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91325 - STORM & WASTE WATER ASSET MGMT - SAW GRA                                             -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91509 - LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             492                                -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91509 - LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON                                                492                 -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91609 - HARTFORD, PINE & DIANA WATER MAIN UPGRAD
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91609 - HARTFORD, PINE & DIANA WATER MAIN UPGRAD                                             -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91806 - BEIDLER & MADISON S2 PROJECTS
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         112,147                                -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91806 - BEIDLER & MADISON S2 PROJECT                                                112,147                 -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91826 - SRF SEWER UPGRADES
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -       5,971                 -        2,500          2,828             1,352             2,500
 Totals for dept 91826 - SRF SEWER UPGRADES                                                                   -       5,971                 -        2,500          2,828             1,352             2,500

Dept 91828 -LIFT STATION REPAIRS/UPGRADES
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -      30,443                 -            -                -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 91828 - LIFT STATION REPAIRS/UPGRADES                                                        -      30,443                 -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91830 -SRF PROJECT 2018
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           2,005         39,847                 -            -         83,347                    -              -
 Totals for dept 91830 - SRF PROJECT 2018                                                              2,005         39,847                 -            -         83,347                    -              -

Dept 91831 -REMEMBRANCE DRIV EXTENSION
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         152,964                                -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91831 - REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                                    152,964                 -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91849 - LIFT STATION REPAIRS/ UPGRADES 18-19
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          17,126                                -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91849 - LIFT STATIONI REPAIRS/ UPGRADES 18-19                                        17,126                 -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91850 - BOURDON & ADDISON ALLEY SEWER
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           8,895           599          99,000         99,000            599             59,217           99,000
 Totals for dept 91850 - BOURDON & ADDISON ALLEY SEWER                                                 8,895           599          99,000         99,000            599             59,217           99,000

Dept 91851 - SPRING STREET TRUCK SEWER
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          84,148         25,532       2,257,288      2,251,756         18,454           892,198         2,251,756
 Totals for dept 91851 - SPRING STREET TRUCK SEWER                                                    84,148         25,532       2,257,288      2,251,756         18,454           892,198         2,251,756

Dept 91852 - 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         115,078      1,228,865        212,753       1,266,643       316,703            964,549         1,266,643
 Totals for dept 91852 - 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                                                    115,078      1,228,865        212,753       1,266,643       316,703            964,549         1,266,643

Dept 91853 - GETTY LIFT STATION FORCEMAIN
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           9,869           736            9,000        89,264            736             70,999           89,264
 Totals for dept 91853 - GETTY LIFT STATION FORCEMAIN                                                  9,869           736            9,000        89,264            736             70,999           89,264

Dept 91854 - BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         246,033      2,235,601       2,088,116      2,971,563         45,354         2,532,305         2,971,563
 Totals for dept 91854 - BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                                         246,033      2,235,601       2,088,116      2,971,563         45,354         2,532,305         2,971,563

Dept 91855 - GLENSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD
5300                                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          61,010         47,704       1,010,260       968,556           5,399           941,719          968,556
                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                              ENTERPRISE FUNDS 2020-21 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                     

                                GL NUMBER                                                       2018-19        2019-20         2020-21       2020-21      Mar 31, 2020    Mar 31, 2021          2020-21
                                    AND                                                         ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL      AMENDED        ACTUAL           ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER
                            BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                 DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET         BUDGET        EXPENSE         EXPENSES          REFORECAST
 Totals for dept 91855 - GLENSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD                                                     61,010         47,704       1,010,260      968,556            5,399          941,719          968,556

Dept 91856 - PECK & SANDFORD
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           99,402       338,067        670,449      1,002,832          10,240          966,582         1,002,832
 Totals for dept 91856 - PECK & SANDFORD                                                            99,402       338,067        670,449      1,002,832          10,240          966,582         1,002,832

Dept 91857 - INDUSTRIAL PARK/ MERCY SANITARY SEWER STU
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            9,809                             -             -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91857 - INDUSTRIAL PARK/ MERCY SANITARY SEWER STU                                   9,809                -            -             -               -                   -              -

Dept 92003 - MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -                      50,000        50,000                                             50,000
 Totals for dept 92003 - MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN                                                               -              -       50,000        50,000               -                   -         50,000

Dept 92009 -AMITY ST - FORK TO GETTY
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -     177,151       1,500,000     1,500,000          54,975           38,891         1,500,000
 Totals for dept 92009 - AMITY ST - FORK TO GETTY                                                          -     177,151       1,500,000     1,500,000          54,975           38,891         1,500,000

Dept 92010 - PECK ST - LAKETON TO MERRILL
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -     110,609        800,000       800,000           55,799           21,078          800,000
 Totals for dept 92010 - PECK ST - LAKETON TO MERRILL                                                      -     110,609        800,000       800,000           55,799           21,078          800,000

 Dept 92018 - LIFT REPAIRS APPLE/HARBOURTOWNE
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          40,608                                       40,608                   -
 5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    -                                            -                   -
  Totals Dept 92018 - LIFT REPAIRS APPLE/HARBOURTOWNE                                                      -       40,608              -             -          40,608                   -              -

 Dept 92027 - 2020-21 DWRF AND SRF
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           1,149                                            -           58,198
 5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    -                                            -                -
  Totals Dept 92027 - 2020-21 DWRF AND SRF                                                                 -        1,149              -             -               -           58,198                 -

 Dept 92046 - 3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                       25,000               -                   -              -
  Totals Dept 92046 - 3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                                                         -              -            -        25,000               -                   -              -

 Dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            256                                          125                    -
 5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   -                                            -                    -
  Totals Dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING                                                                         -         256               -             -            125                    -              -

 Dept SANFORD (APPLE TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -            -             -               -                   -              -
 5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -            -             -               -                   -              -
  Totals for SANFORD (APPLE TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED                                                         -              -            -             -               -                   -              -

 Dept - GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2 UNASSIGNED
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -            -             -               -                   -              -
 5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -            -             -               -                   -              -
  Totals for GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2 UNASSIGNED                                                               -              -            -             -               -                   -              -

Dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5100                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                 -          5,971              -             -               -                   -              -
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS              (919,684)    (4,283,137)             -             -         (16,333)                  -              -
 Totals for dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                              (919,684)    (4,277,166)             -             -         (16,333)                  -              -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                               9,083,871      9,834,067     17,432,272    19,854,995       7,038,950       11,702,777        18,546,070

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 590                                                           (978,177)    (1,442,257)    (2,255,597)   (4,472,125)     (1,184,396)      (5,719,140)       (3,962,870)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                        12,771,208     11,793,031     10,350,774    10,350,774      11,793,031       10,350,774        10,350,774
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                           11,793,031     10,350,774      8,095,177     5,878,649      10,608,635        4,631,635         6,387,904
                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                              ENTERPRISE FUNDS 2020-21 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                   

                                GL NUMBER                                                            2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21     Mar 31, 2020     Mar 31, 2021          2020-21
                                    AND                                                              ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED       ACTUAL            ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER
                            BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                DESCRIPTION                                       BUDGET          BUDGET       EXPENSE          EXPENSES          REFORECAST

Fund 591 - WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
591-00000-4400                                                       STATE GRANTS                       510,533        94,462               -              -         94,462                 -                 -
591-00000-4605                                                       METERED SALES                    3,189,084     3,177,356       3,521,000      3,521,000      2,224,515         2,830,034         4,000,000
591-00000-4616                                                       WHOLESALE WATER                  4,123,236     4,624,428       5,244,400      5,244,400      3,255,550         3,285,840         4,200,000
591-00000-4618                                                       LEAD REPLACEMENT FEE                                   -         780,000        750,000              -                 -                 -
591-00000-4619                                                       MISC. SALES AND SERVICES           101,881       181,004         170,000        170,000        152,423            57,860            70,000
591-00000-4652                                                       TOWNSHIP MAINTENANCE CONTRACT      233,934        69,627         200,000        200,000         39,733            35,679            44,000
591-00000-4661                                                       LEASE/RENTAL                       191,609       175,251         180,000        180,000         56,960           117,666           180,000
591-00000-4704                                                       PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES            62,884        47,954          64,000         64,000         48,054            59,347            75,000
591-00000-4800                                                       MISC. & SUNDRY                      12,511                        10,000         10,000          6,359             6,662            10,000
591-00000-4802                                                       REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED             31,844         8,335          30,000         30,000         23,298            16,283            20,000
591-00000-4805                                                       CONTRIBUTIONS                            -        29,385               -              -              -                 -                 -
591-00000-4818                                                       RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                     -                             -              -                                                  -
591-00000-4961                                                       LOAN PROCEEDS                            -                             -              -                                                  -
591-00000-4970                                                       INTEREST INCOME                     14,897         6,757          15,000         15,000          4,826             4,362             6,000
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                              8,472,413     8,414,562      10,214,400     10,184,400      5,906,180         6,413,732         8,605,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                              8,472,413     8,414,562      10,214,400     10,184,400      5,906,180         6,413,732         8,605,000

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                                SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                             147,769             -             106,385          147,769
 Totals for dept 30205 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                             -             -               -         147,769             -             106,385          147,769

EXPENDITURES
Dept 30548 - BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             1,007,771       989,718       1,027,845      1,027,845        666,899           761,476         1,027,845
5400                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                           -          (263)         10,000         10,000              -                 -            10,000
5900                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES             2,001,768     2,006,516         885,925        885,925      1,512,667           105,165           885,925
 Totals for dept 30548 - BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER                                             3,009,539     2,995,971       1,923,770      1,923,770      2,179,566           866,641         1,923,770

Dept 60555 - LEAD SERVICE LINE
5100                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                            150,000                 -         107,814          150,000
5200                                                                 SUPPLIES                                                                        50,000                 -          62,812           80,000
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                           550,000                 -         205,267          520,000
5400                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS
 Totals for dept 60555 - LEAD SERVICE LINE                                                                      -              -              -     750,000                 -         375,893          750,000

Dept 60558 - WATER SUPPLY & FILTRATION
5100                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS              1,117,180     1,399,837       1,093,151      1,079,629        831,670           798,271         1,079,629   new position
5200                                                                 SUPPLIES                           365,837       324,098         367,900        367,900        198,571           180,727           324,000
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               794,683       750,614       1,001,383      1,001,383        575,074           535,100           750,000
5400                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                       3,138        11,396           6,500          6,500          3,358             7,210             9,000
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                     68,862       173,297         170,500        170,500        113,616           150,499           180,000
 Totals for dept 60558 - WATER SUPPLY & FILTRATION                                                    2,349,699     2,659,242       2,639,434      2,625,912      1,722,288         1,671,806         2,342,629

Dept 60559 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE
5100                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS              1,314,957     1,684,366       1,407,449      1,390,812      1,051,139           956,233         1,290,850
5200                                                                 SUPPLIES                           267,622       290,082         295,450        295,450        210,848           192,076           292,560
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               507,751       549,329         615,744        615,744        432,525           305,064           531,544
5400                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                     107,987       136,314         150,000        150,000         87,619            96,590           180,000
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      8,767        16,843          18,000         18,000         15,692            31,370            44,000
 Totals for dept 60559 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE                                                    2,207,084     2,676,935       2,486,643      2,470,006      1,797,824         1,581,333         2,338,954

Dept 60660 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE-TWP
5100                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                46,455         33,801         48,630         48,165          32,041            13,925           48,165
5200                                                                 SUPPLIES                            7,317          2,074                                         2,074             1,624            1,800
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               50,408         41,898         43,000         43,000          35,516            24,914           40,000
5400                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                          -
 Totals for dept 60660 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE-TWP                                                 104,181         77,774         91,630         91,165          69,631            40,463           89,965

Dept 90000
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -              -              -            -                -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 90000 -                                                                                        -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91509 - LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               23,073                                -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91509 - LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON                                               23,073                 -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91609 - HARTFORD, PINE & DIANA WATER MAIN UPGRAD
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -              -              -            -                -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 91609 - HARTFORD, PINE & DIANA WATER MAIN UPGRAD                                               -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91706 - ALLEY BLOCK 616 WATERMAIN UPGRADE
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -              -              -            -                -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 91706 - ALLEY BLOCK 616 WATERMAIN UPGRADE                                                      -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91708 - MADISON, KEATING TO HOLBROOK WATERMAIN U
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -              -              -            -                -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 91708 - MADISON, KEATING TO HOLBROOK WATERMAIN U                                               -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91710 - WATER ASSET MANAGEMENT
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  585                                -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91710 - WATER ASSET MANAGEMENT                                                            585                 -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91711 - LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES             1,235,433       880,313                 -      19,687        787,204              1,851          150,000
 Totals for dept 91711 - LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON                                           1,235,433       880,313                 -      19,687        787,204              1,851          150,000

Dept 91718 - VEHICLE BASE READING UNIT
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            -              -              -            -                -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 91718 - VEHICLE BASE READING UNIT                                                              -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91722 - DEVELOP ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -              -              -            -                -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 91722 - DEVELOP ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN                                                          -              -              -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91813 - REHAB 1290 WOOD
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                8,633                                -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91813 - REHAB 1290 WOOD                                                                 8,633                 -              -            -                -                  -              -
                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                              ENTERPRISE FUNDS 2020-21 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                     

                                 GL NUMBER                                                     2018-19        2019-20         2020-21     2020-21     Mar 31, 2020     Mar 31, 2021          2020-21
                                     AND                                                       ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL    AMENDED       ACTUAL            ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER
                             BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                               DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET       BUDGET       EXPENSE          EXPENSES          REFORECAST

Dept 91825 - PLC UPGRADES AT FILTRATION
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES        145,444         13,680              -            -         13,680                    -              -
 Totals for dept 91825 - PLC UPGRADES AT FILTRATION                                              145,444         13,680              -            -         13,680                    -              -

Dept 91831 - REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES        105,480                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91831 - REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                                105,480                 -           -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91838 - POLIT GRANT - WATER SYSTEM INVENTORY
5200                                                                 SUPPLIES                          -                             -            -                                                  -
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES        517,223         61,495              -            -         61,035                    -              -
 Totals for dept 91838 - PILOT GRANT WATER SYSTEM INVENTORY                                      517,223         61,495              -            -         61,035                    -              -

Dept 91843 - 3RD ST.
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 -     331,691              -            -       318,120                     -              -
 Totals for dept 91843 - 3RD ST.                                                                          -     331,691              -            -       318,120                     -              -

Dept 91845 - SCAD MIGRATION PROJECT
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -       8,135              -            -          2,794                    -              -
 Totals for dept 91845 - SCAD MIGRATION PROJECT                                                           -       8,135              -            -          2,794                    -              -

Dept 91846 - FILTRATION PLANT WELLS
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS             664,930                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91846 - FILTRATION PLANT WELLS                                                  664,930                 -           -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91847 - FRUITPORT GENERATOR TIE-IN
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS               6,461         71,149              -            -         10,800                    -              -
 Totals for dept 91847 - FRUITPORT GENERATOR TIE-IN                                                6,461         71,149              -            -         10,800                    -              -

Dept 91848 - OLD FILTER GALLERY ROOF
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS             239,687                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91848 - OLD FILTER GALLERY ROOF                                                 239,687                 -           -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91851 - SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER REROUTE
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          8,248                     1,001,020    1,001,020                -         679,838         1,001,020
 Totals for dept 91851 - SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER REROUTE                                         8,248                 -   1,001,020    1,001,020                -         679,838         1,001,020

Dept 91854 - BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 -     415,664        409,650     608,462                 -         451,492          608,462
 Totals for dept 91854 - BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                                              -     415,664        409,650     608,462                 -         451,492          608,462

Dept 91855 - WESTWOOD/GLENSIDE
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 -              -     443,758     438,105                 -         354,445          438,105
 Totals for dept 91854 -WESTWOOD/GLENSIDE                                                                 -              -     443,758     438,105                 -         354,445          438,105

Dept 91856 - JEFFERSON/STRONG
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 -       4,068         37,297      70,527                 -          45,184           70,527
 Totals for dept 91856 - JEFFERSON/STRONG                                                                 -       4,068         37,297      70,527                 -          45,184           70,527

Dept 91903 - DWRF PROJECT PLANS SECOND CHANCE
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         25,059         19,528              -            -         49,153                    -              -
 Totals for dept 91903 - DWRF PROJECT PLANS SECOND CHANCE                                         25,059         19,528              -            -         49,153                    -              -

Dept 91910 - RAPID MIXER
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS              22,865                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91910 - RAPID MIXER                                                              22,865                 -           -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91911 - MARSH & WALTON PROJECT
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         33,865                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91911 -MARSH & WALTON PROJECT                                                    33,865                 -           -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91912 - BUBBLER PANELS
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS              62,239                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91912 - BUBBLER PANELS                                                           62,239                 -           -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91916 - FENCE REPLACEMENT WATER TANKS
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         62,948                             -            -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91916 - FENCE REPLACEMENT WATER TANKS                                            62,948                 -           -            -                -                  -              -

Dept 91917 - BEACH ST.
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 -      25,472        600,000     700,000          23,338           197,875          700,000
 Totals for dept 91917 - BEACH ST.                                                                        -      25,472        600,000     700,000          23,338           197,875          700,000

Dept 91918 - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE FILTRATION 19
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -       4,236              -       5,000           4,236                    -              -
 Totals for dept 91918 - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE FILTRATION 19                                                 -       4,236              -       5,000           4,236                    -              -

Dept 92002 - PECK STREET - APPLE TO STRONG
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -       4,146        300,000     300,000            289              4,158            5,000
 Totals for dept 92002 - PECK STREET - APPLE TO STRONG                                                    -       4,146        300,000     300,000            289              4,158            5,000

Dept 92003 - MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -              -      50,000      50,000                 -                  -        50,000
 Totals for dept 92003 - MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN                                                              -              -      50,000      50,000                 -                  -        50,000

Dept 92005- COMMUNICATIONS TOWERS
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -      61,969              -            -         61,969                    -              -
 Totals for dept 92005 - COMMUNICATIONS TOWERS                                                            -      61,969              -            -         61,969                    -              -

Dept 92007- HARVEY RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -      23,894      1,040,000    1,040,000          4,314                    -      1,040,000
 Totals for dept 92007- HARVEY RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS                                                     -      23,894      1,040,000    1,040,000          4,314                    -      1,040,000

Dept 92008- FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -      11,651        960,000     960,000           4,071             4,740          960,000
 Totals for dept 92008- FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS                                                -      11,651        960,000     960,000           4,071             4,740          960,000

 Dept 92009- AMITY ST-FORK TO GETTY
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         5,653      1,250,000    1,250,000            -              24,534         1,250,000
 5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -           -              -            -                -               -                 -
  Totals for dept 92009- AMITY ST-FORK TO GETTY                                                           -       5,653      1,250,000    1,250,000                -          24,534         1,250,000

Dept 92010- PECK STREET (MERRILL TO LAKETON)
                                                                 BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                           ENTERPRISE FUNDS 2020-21 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                   

                                GL NUMBER                                                    2018-19        2019-20         2020-21       2020-21      Mar 31, 2020     Mar 31, 2021          2020-21
                                    AND                                                      ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL      AMENDED        ACTUAL            ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER
                            BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                              DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET         BUDGET        EXPENSE          EXPENSES          REFORECAST
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         39,348        700,000       700,000              -                 -            700,000
 5700                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -           -              -             -                  -                  -             -
  Totals for dept 92009- AMITY ST-FORK TO GETTY                                                         -      39,348        700,000       700,000                  -                  -       700,000

 Dept 92027 - 2020-21 DWRF AND SRF
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          1,103                                           -              54,597
 5700                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   -                                               -               -
  Totals for dept 92027 - 2020-21 DWRF AND SRF                                                          -       1,103               -             -                 -          54,597                 -


 Dept 92037- MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                   100,000.00             -               3,032             5,000
                                                                                                                       -                                            -               -
 Totals for dept 92037 - MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                             -              -            -      100,000                  -           3,032             5,000

Dept - (APPLE TO LAKESHORE)UNASSIGNED
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -       25,000        25,000                 -                  -              -
 Totals for dept - APPLE TO LAKESORE                                                                    -              -       25,000        25,000                 -                  -              -

Dept - HOUSTON(9TH TO 3RD)UNASSIGNED
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -       25,000        25,000                 -                  -              -
 Totals for dept - HOUSTON (9TH TO 3RD)                                                                 -              -       25,000        25,000                 -                  -              -

Dept - GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2 UNASSIGNED
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -            -             -                 -                  -              -
 Totals for dept - GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2                                                                 -              -            -             -                 -                  -              -

Dept - WATER SERVICE REPLACEMENT UNASSIGNED
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -     750,000         60,555                 -                  -              -
 Totals for dept - WATER SERVICE REPLACEMENT UNASSIGNED                                                 -              -     750,000         60,555                 -                  -              -

Dept 92034 - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA UNASSIGN
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -           -             -                  -          44,324                -
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -     500,000       500,000                  -          10,002          500,000
 Totals for dept 92034 - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA UNASSIGN                                                -              -     500,000       500,000                  -          54,326          500,000

Dept - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA INELIGIBLE
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                         17,462
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -     405,000       405,000                  -          11,374          405,000
 Totals for dept - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA UNASSIGN                                                      -              -     405,000       405,000                  -          28,836          405,000

Dept 96060 - RECORD MAINTENANCE AND UPDATING
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -              -            -             -                 -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 96060 - RECORD MAINTENANCE AND UPDATING                                                -              -            -             -                 -                  -              -

Dept 98125
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -              -            -             -                 -                 49              -
 Totals for dept 98125                                                                                  -              -            -             -                 -                 49              -

Dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           3,202          9,959               -        10,000           8,740            12,749           13,000
 Totals for dept 99012 - GIS TRAINING                                                            3,202          9,959               -        10,000           8,740            12,749           13,000

Dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5100                                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                 -                             -             -                                                   -
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS            (3,161,588)    (2,022,777)             -             -                 -                  -              -
 Totals for dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                         (3,161,588)    (2,022,777)             -             -                 -                  -              -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                            7,674,290     8,380,297      15,638,202    16,276,978       7,119,051         6,560,229        15,489,201    -

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 591                                                         798,123         34,265     (5,423,802)   (6,092,578)     (1,212,871)         (146,497)       (6,884,201)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                     30,049,056     30,847,179     30,881,444    30,881,444      30,847,179        30,881,444        30,881,444
  ENDING ENDING NET POSITION                                                                 30,847,179     30,881,444     25,457,642    24,788,866      29,634,308        30,734,947        23,997,243
                                                                 BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                           ENTERPRISE FUNDS 2020-21 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                  

                               GL NUMBER                                                     2018-19        2019-20         2020-21      2020-21      Mar 31, 2020    Mar 31, 2021          2020-21
                                   AND                                                       ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL     AMENDED        ACTUAL           ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER
                           BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                               DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET        BUDGET        EXPENSE         EXPENSES          REFORECAST

Fund 594 - MARINA AND LAUNCH RAMP

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
594-00000-4300                                                    FEDERAL GRANTS                        -                          -            -                                                  -
594-00000-4400                                                    STATE GRANTS                                         -                   27,500                -           33,794           33,794
594-00000-4609                                                    ICE SALES                      1,448                             -            -                                                  -
594-00000-4618                                                    DRY STORAGE                        -                             -            -                                                  -
594-00000-4626                                                    LARGE BASIN FEES             163,462         (6,419)       220,000      150,000           (5,669)               -          170,000
594-00000-4627                                                    SMALL BASIN FEES              26,562         (1,480)             -            -           (1,480)            (530)               -
594-00000-4628                                                    MOORING FEES                  14,610          1,477              -            -            1,177            5,833                -
594-00000-4629                                                    TRANSIENT FEES                18,334         12,243              -            -           11,873                -                -
594-00000-4630                                                    LAUNCH RAMP                   72,002         66,922              -       60,000           55,487           38,025           60,000
594-00000-4677                                                    RENT                               -                             -            -                                                  -
594-00000-4678                                                    HARBOURTOWNE SLIP RENTAL           -                             -            -                                                  -
594-00000-4754                                                    TRAFFIC FINES & FEES               -                             -            -                                                  -
594-00000-4800                                                    MISC. & SUNDRY                   684          1,005              -            -            1,915                -                -
594-00000-4802                                                    REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED        1,261            910              -            -                -                -                -
594-00000-4970                                                    INTEREST INCOME                2,301          1,215          2,500        2,500            1,044               42            2,500
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                       300,663         75,874        222,500      240,000           64,348           77,165          266,294

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                       300,663         75,874        222,500      240,000          64,348            77,165          266,294



EXPENDITURES
Dept 70756 - MUNICIPAL MARINA
5100                                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS           41,388         53,673         44,964       44,964          41,093            22,215           44,964
5200                                                              SUPPLIES                      26,353         20,709         18,700       18,700          17,339             1,100           18,700
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         231,327        295,726        235,794      135,000         230,847           110,772          193,919
5400                                                              OTHER EXPENSES                   218            410          5,000        5,000             410                 -              500
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS               15,580         37,076         26,300      126,300          30,742            92,083          130,500
5900                                                              OTHER FINANCING USES         106,040        106,040              -            -          79,530                 -                -
 Totals for dept 70756 - MUNICIPAL MARINA                                                      420,906        513,633        330,758      329,964         399,961           226,171          388,583

Dept 70759 - LAUNCH RAMPS
5100                                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                 -         6,491          3,000        3,000            2,677            7,555            9,000
5200                                                              SUPPLIES                        1,449           934          1,500        1,500              277            2,412            3,700
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            7,231         7,265          7,000        7,000            2,786            7,099            9,500
 Totals for dept 70759 - LAUNCH RAMPS                                                             8,680        14,690         11,500       11,500            5,740           17,066           22,200

Dept 90028
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -                          -             -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 90028 -                                                                                -              -           -             -               -                   -              -

Dept 91809 - DOCKS & BUILDING UPGRADE MARINA
5300                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          33,904                             -             -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 91809 - DOCKS & BUILDING UPGRADE MARINA                                        33,904                 -           -             -               -                   -              -

Dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5100                                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                 -                            -             -                                                  -
5700                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS               (33,904)                           -             -                                                  -
 Totals for dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                            (33,904)               -           -             -               -                   -              -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                             429,586        528,323        342,258      341,464         405,701           243,237          410,783

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 594                                                        (128,923)     (452,449)      (119,758)     (101,464)       (341,354)        (166,073)         (144,489)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                      1,665,799     1,536,876      1,084,426     1,084,426       1,536,876        1,084,426         1,084,426
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                         1,536,876     1,084,426        964,668       982,962       1,195,522          918,354           939,937
                                                                     BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                   INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                         
                       GL NUMBER                                                                 2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       MAR 31, 2020 MAR 31, 2021       2020-21
                           AND                                                                   ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL        ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER
                   BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                           DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE      EXPENSES        REFORECAST

642- PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
642-00000-4677                                               RENT                                 1,049,134     1,049,134       1,105,619       1,105,619        786,850       829,214        1,105,619
642-00000-4800                                               MISC. & SUNDRY                             520                             -               -                                             -
642-00000-4901                                               OP. TRANSFER FROM GF                                                                                                               200,000
642-00000-4970                                               INTEREST INCOME                          3,046         2,788               -               -          2,170           910                -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                          1,052,700     1,051,922       1,105,619       1,105,619        789,020       830,124        1,305,619

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                          1,052,700     1,051,922       1,105,619       1,105,619        789,020      830,124         1,305,619

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                         SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                  147,769            -         227,807         316,424
 Totals for dept 30205 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                         -             -               -           147,769            -         227,807         316,424

EXPENDITURES
Dept 60442 - PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING
5100                                                         SALARIES & BENEFITS                    787,599     1,049,688         695,422         687,379        571,148       438,780         588,000
5200                                                         SUPPLIES                                26,780        58,406          38,900          38,900         38,620        32,125          38,900
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   300,762       304,014         309,883         309,883        190,621       215,314         309,883
5400                                                         OTHER EXPENSES                             229            65           3,000           3,000             65             -           3,000
5700                                                         CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         52,998        38,624          54,000          54,000         33,023        30,236          54,000
5900                                                         OTHER FINANCING USES                    45,139        43,170               -               -         32,397             -               -
 Totals for dept 60442 - PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING                                                  1,213,507     1,493,967       1,101,205       1,093,162        865,875       716,454         993,783

Dept 60895 - INVENTORY
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -           290                 -              -           290             -                  -
5400                                                         OTHER EXPENSES                          (9,981)       (6,608)                -              -        (4,246)      (95,682)                 -
 Totals for dept 60895 - INVENTORY                                                                   (9,981)       (6,318)                -              -        (3,957)      (95,682)                 -

Dept 90113 - PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING ROOF
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -     108,881                 -              -        48,000             -                  -
 Totals for dept 90113 - PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING PARKING LOT                                                -     108,881                 -              -        48,000             -                  -

Dept 97019
5300                                                         CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     4,060                               -              -                                              -
 Totals for dept 97019                                                                                4,060                -              -              -               -           -                  -

 Dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5700                                                         CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                     (108,881)                                               -           -
  Totals for dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                                       -    (108,881)                -              -               -           -                  -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                1,207,586     1,487,648       1,101,205       1,240,931        909,918      848,579         1,310,207

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 642                                                            (154,886)     (435,727)         4,414         (135,312)      (120,898)      (18,455)         (4,588)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                            778,114       623,228        187,501          187,501        623,228       187,501         187,501
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                               623,228       187,501        191,915           52,189        502,330       169,046         182,913
                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                  INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                        
                       GL NUMBER                                                                   2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       MAR 31, 2020 MAR 31, 2021       2020-21
                           AND                                                                     ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL        ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER
                   BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                          DESCRIPTION                                    BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE      EXPENSES        REFORECAST

Fund 643 - ENGINEERING SERVICES

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
643-00000-4200                                              LICENSE AND PERMIT MISC.                    3,728           315              -                -            315           215               -
643-00000-4653                                              ENGINEERING FEES                           25,279        30,138         35,000           35,000         27,834        19,128          35,000
643-00000-4680                                              INTERDEPT.ENGINEERING FEES                403,437       276,605        450,000          450,000        169,494       242,227         460,000
643-00000-4901                                              OPERATING TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND            -        20,000              -                -              -             -          50,000
643-00000-4970                                              INTEREST INCOME                               212           125             50               50            125             3              50
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                              432,655       327,183        485,050          485,050        197,768       261,573         545,050

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                              432,655       327,183        485,050          485,050        197,768      261,573          545,050



Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                        SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                      43,442                       31,275          43,442
 Totals for dept 30205 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                           -             -               -            43,442            -          31,275          43,442

 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 60447 - ENGINEERING
 5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS                       298,170       301,415        335,055          332,333        202,835       218,501         332,333
 5200                                                       SUPPLIES                                    8,121         7,929          5,350            5,350          7,603         1,620           2,000
 5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       64,829        81,396        129,461          129,461         59,240        90,662         129,461
 5400                                                       OTHER EXPENSES                              1,212           533          5,000            5,000            891         2,242           2,500
 5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            19,889        43,413         17,000           17,000         43,413        13,836          15,000
5900                                                        OTHER FINANCING USES                                      2,291                                          1,666             -
  Totals for dept 60447 - ENGINEERING                                                                 392,221       436,977        491,866          489,144        315,647       326,861         481,294

Dept 91607 - RP DAWES, GREENWICH TO BROADWAY
5300                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                               -              -               -           -                  -
 Totals for dept 91607 - RP DAWES, GREENWICH TO BROADWAY                                                      -              -              -              -               -           -                  -

Dept 91611 - RP WESTLAND, BROADWAY TO SUMMIT
5300                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                               -              -               -           -                  -
 Totals for dept 91611 - RP WESTLAND, BROADWAY TO SUMMIT                                                      -              -              -              -               -           -                  -

 Dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5700                                                        CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                         (24,991)                                       (24,991)            -
  Totals for dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                                         -     (24,991)                -              -       (24,991)            -                  -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                    392,221       411,986        491,866          532,586        290,656      358,136          524,736

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 643                                                                40,434       (84,803)         (6,816)        (47,536)       (92,888)      (96,563)          20,314
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                               30,513        70,947         (13,856)        (13,856)        70,947       (13,856)         (13,856)
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                                  70,947       (13,856)        (20,672)        (61,392)       (21,941)     (110,419)           6,458
                                                                   BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                       
                       GL NUMBER                                                               2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       MAR 31, 2020 MAR 31, 2021      2020-21
                           AND                                                                 ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL        ACTUAL       3RD QUARTER
                   BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                         DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE      EXPENSES       REFORECAST

Fund 661 - EQUIPMENT

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
661-00000-4652                                             SALES & SERVICE                              -                             -               -                                            -
661-00000-4654                                             METERED SALES-FUEL                      15,276        15,684          13,500          13,500         13,412         6,561           8,000
661-00000-4662                                             EQUIPMENT RENTAL BY DEPTS.           2,665,596     2,364,948       2,800,000       2,800,000      1,910,429     1,648,603       2,200,000
661-00000-4800                                             MISC. & SUNDRY                          17,642        58,245          45,000          45,000         46,156        11,337          15,000
661-00000-4802                                             REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                 18,233        10,790          17,000          17,000          9,548         1,818           2,500
661-00000-4902                                             OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE               -                             -               -                                            -
661-00000-4970                                             INTEREST INCOME                         14,793        13,180          16,500          16,500         12,133         6,157           7,500
661-00000-4980                                             SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                   163,012             -          15,000          15,000              -             -          30,000
661-00000-4990                                             GAIN ON SALE OF FIXED ASSETS           (35,486)       (8,161)              -               -         (8,161)            -               -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                        2,859,065     2,454,686       2,907,000       2,907,000      1,983,517     1,674,475       2,263,000

Dept 60932
661-60932-4990                                             GAIN ON SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                   -              -              -              -               -           -                 -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                                  -              -              -              -               -           -                 -

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                        2,859,065     2,454,686       2,907,000       2,907,000      1,983,517     1,674,475       2,263,000

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                   52,837            -          38,039         52,837
 Totals for dept 30205 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                       -             -               -            52,837            -          38,039         52,837

EXPENDITURES
Dept 60932 - EQUIPMENT SERVICES
5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS                    606,794       708,229         565,749         559,359        396,984       345,920         473,900
5200                                                       SUPPLIES                               885,626       674,460         889,500         889,500        521,195       389,390         891,077
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   711,235       710,303         824,045         824,045        463,587       531,520         808,095
5400                                                       OTHER EXPENSES                           1,392         1,649           3,000           3,000          1,649           345             500
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      1,103,472       400,428         903,000         854,000        396,053       167,959         669,000
5900                                                       OTHER FINANCING USES                   404,483       478,465               -               -        353,925             -               -
 Totals for dept 60932 - EQUIPMENT SERVICES                                                     3,713,002     2,973,534       3,185,294       3,129,904      2,133,392     1,435,134       2,842,572

Dept 97026
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          6,181                               -              -                                             -
 Totals for dept 97026                                                                              6,181                -              -              -               -           -                 -

Dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       (941,398)     (408,839)                -              -      (408,839)            -                 -
 Totals for dept 99999 - FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                             (941,398)     (408,839)                -              -      (408,839)            -                 -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                              2,777,784     2,564,695       3,185,294       3,182,741      1,724,553     1,473,173       2,895,409

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 661                                                            81,281      (110,009)       (278,294)       (275,741)       258,964       201,302        (632,409)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                        2,667,132     2,748,413       2,638,404       2,638,404      2,748,413     2,638,404       2,638,404
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                           2,748,413     2,638,404       2,360,110       2,362,663      3,007,377     2,839,707       2,005,995
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                       INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 3RD QUARTER REFORECAST
                                              
                       GL NUMBER                                                             2018-19       2019-20      2020-21      2020-21      MAR 31, 2020 MAR 31, 2021       2020-21
                           AND                                                               ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY    ORIGINAL     AMENDED        ACTUAL        ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER
                   BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                           DESCRIPTION                                         BUDGET        BUDGET        EXPENSE      EXPENSES        REFORECAST

Fund 677 - GENERAL INSURANCE

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
677-00000-4600                                    INTERDEPT. CHARGES                                  -            -    3,300,000     3,300,000             -             -        3,300,000
677-00000-4651                                    REIMBURSEMENT                                  12,967       24,777            -             -        22,646         6,381                -
677-00000-4652                                    REIMBURSEMENT RETIREE HEALTHCARE            1,314,785    2,058,692    1,200,000     1,200,000       564,342         8,076        1,200,000
677-00000-4681                                    INTERDEPT.CHARGES:HEALTH INS.               2,476,551    2,455,176            -             -     1,898,249     1,799,356                -
677-00000-4682                                    INTERDEPT.CHARGES:DENTAL INS.                 198,504      207,612            -             -       159,444       157,788                -
677-00000-4683                                    INTERDEPT.CHARGES:LIFE INS.                    41,339       43,996            -             -        33,830        34,271                -
677-00000-4685                                    INTERDEPT.CHARGES:VISION                            -                         -             -                                            -
677-00000-4686                                    INTERDEPT.CHARGES:DISABILITY                   42,210       44,597            -             -        34,353        33,909                -
677-00000-4687                                    INTERDEPT.CHGS:WORKMEN'S COMP.                446,937      437,088            -             -       342,304       336,089                -
677-00000-4688                                    INTERDEPT.CHGS:UNEMPLOYMENT                     1,390        1,422            -             -         1,386         1,334                -
677-00000-4800                                    MISC. & SUNDRY                                      -                         -             -                                            -
677-00000-4805                                    CONTRIBUTIONS                                       -                         -             -                                            -
677-00000-4807                                    COBRA RECEIPTS                                  2,892                         -             -                                            -
677-00000-4827                                    CONTRIBUTIONS FROM EMPLOYEE - HEALTHCARE      403,268      398,277      409,000       409,000       311,624       300,293          409,000
677-00000-4970                                    INTEREST INCOME                                12,030       10,980       20,000        20,000        10,980         7,005           20,000
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                      4,952,872    5,682,617    4,929,000     4,929,000     3,379,159     2,684,504        4,929,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                      4,952,872    5,682,617    4,929,000     4,929,000     3,379,159     2,684,504        4,929,000



EXPENDITURES
Dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                           238,609      252,968       51,448        50,873        36,319        47,931           66,000
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                           53                         -             -                                            -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        5,015,816    5,303,242    4,800,000     4,800,000     4,150,283     3,127,801        4,800,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                 24,501       17,157       25,000        25,000        16,460        21,884           25,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    38                     1,000         1,000                                        1,000
 Totals for dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES                                                   5,279,016    5,573,368    4,877,448     4,876,873     4,203,062     3,197,616        4,892,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                            5,279,016    5,573,368    4,877,448     4,876,873     4,203,062     3,197,616        4,892,000

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 677                                                        (326,144)     109,250       51,552        52,127      (823,902)     (513,112)          37,000
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                      2,039,779    1,713,635    1,822,885     1,822,885     1,713,635     1,822,885        1,822,885
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                         1,713,635    1,822,885    1,874,437     1,875,012       889,733     1,309,772        1,859,885
                                                                      BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                         MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FY 2020-21 BUDGET 3rd QUARTER REFORECAST
GL FUND CLASSIFICATION                                                                                                          Mar 31, 2021            Mar 31, 2020         2020-21 3RD
   AND DEPARTMENT                                           DESCRIPTION                                   RESPONSIBILITY          ACTUAL                  ACTUAL              QUARTER                             COMMENTS
       NUMBER                                                                                                                  EXPENDITURES            EXPENDITURES          REFORECAST


         101             GENERAL FUND
        91116            ADA COMPLIANCE, VARIOUS LOCATIONS                                                    EVANS                     27,625                                      50,000                   FEDERAL AGREEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                                                CONVERT STREET LIGHTS TO LED - moved back to FY21-
        91508            STREET LIGHTS CONVERSION TO LED, CONSUMERS                                           EVANS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      22
        91805            CITY HALL ROOF REPAIR                                                                EVANS
        91814            MCGRAFT PARK, PARKING LOT                                                            EVANS
        91816            IRRIGATION SYSTEMS, CITY HALL AND POSSIBLE OTHER LOCATIONS SUCH AS BIKE TRAILS       EVANS
        91827            DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT AT FOOTBALL FIELD, SMITH RYERSON                                EVANS                                            116,059                                 PONDING PROBLEM, CDBG FUNDING
        91829            ROOF REPLACEMENT MAUSOLEUM                                                           EVANS                                                                                          PERPETUAL CARE FUND
        91921            CITY HALL KITCHEN REMODEL                                                            EVANS
        92012            LAKESHORE TRAIL REPAIRS                                                                                                                 6,801
        92016            BEACH STREET EXPANDED PARKING                                                                                  11,530

        92019            CITY HALL LED LIGHTS, BOILER AND BATHROOM UPGRADES                               MIKESELL/EVANS                  280                    9,544              35,000                  CITY HALL HVAC & SUMPS
        92038            NEW DOOR SYSTEM AT CITY HALL                                                                                   13,824                                       14,000
        92041            BEACHWOOD/BLUFFTON BIKE RACK                                                         EVANS                     25,435                                       25,534
        92042            CTCL ELECTION GRANT                                                                 MEISCH                    388,619                                      433,580
        92043            AAMODT PARK PLAYGROUD PAVILLON                                                       EVANS                     34,762                                      130,000
        92045            MAUSOLEUM                                                                           EVANS                      28,793                                       30,258
        92047            2020 CAPITAL IMP BONDS                                                              B LEWIS                    55,026                                      600,000                  2020 CAPITAL IMP BOND
        92048            CENTRAL DISPATCH                                                                    J LEWIS                 1,696,286                                    3,600,000                  2020 CAPITAL IMP BOND
        92049            ARENA ROOF HVAC PAYOFF                                                              B LEWIS                 2,073,373                                    2,073,373                  2020 CAPITAL IMP BOND
        92101            POLICE BODY CAMERAS                                                                 J LEWIS                   225,175                                      490,000                  2020 CAPITAL IMP BOND
                         IMPROVEMENTS AT CENTRAL FIRE STATION                                                J LEWIS                                                                265,000                  2020 CAPITAL IMP BOND
        92106            PERE MARQUETTE BEACH PARKING UPGRADE                                                EVANS                                                                   30,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                                        $         4,580,727     $           132,405   $        7,776,745


         202             MAJOR STREETS
        90000            SHORELINE @4TH CONVENTION CENTER                                                     EVANS                          -                                              -
        90000            RICHARDS PARK DRIVE                                                                  EVANS                     25,000                                              -
        91509            LAKETON AVE. GETTY TO CRESTON                                                        EVANS
        91605            TRAFFIC STUDIES                                                                      EVANS                                              2,787
        91702            BLACK CREEK - SHERMAN TO LATIMER                                                     EVANS
                                                                                                                                                                                                PRELIMINARY DESIGN IN REFORECAST, REMAINDER OF
        91711            LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON                                                   EVANS                     10,548               2,287,271             405,807        DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION IN FY 18-19, ACT 51
                                                                                                                                                                                                          INCREASED FUNDING FOR 2018
        91724            FRANKLIN, WESTERN TO LAKESHORE DR.                                                   EVANS                                             11,826
                                                                                                                                                                                                   CONSTRUCTION IN 19-20 WITH $250,000 CMAQ
        91725            LAKESHORE, BEACH WILCOX TO WATERWORKS                                                EVANS                     46,366                  19,656              50,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    GRANT
        91821            2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES                                             EVANS
        91831            REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                                             EVANS

                                                                                                                                                                                                TEDF -WAS NOT AWARDED. PROJECT WILL CONTINUE
        91842            SHERIDAN & OTLHOFF                                                                   EVANS                    715,222                   5,830             715,222
                                                                                                                                                                                                   WITH STATE GRANT MONIES FROM THE MDOC
        91843            THIRD ST, MUSKEGON TO MERRILL                                                        EVANS                                            457,564                                           CDBG FUNDING
        91844             1ST STREET, SOUTH END BETWEEN CLAY & WES                                            EVANS
        91851            SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER                                                            EVANS                     67,508                                     123,021
        91852            9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                                                             EVANS                                                                  2,110
        91856            JEFFERSON & STRONG                                                                   EVANS                     26,001                                      50,000
        91858            MUSKEGON & WEBSTER RESTRIPPING                                                       EVANS
        91859            PECK & SANFORD 2 WAY CONVERSION                                                      EVANS                                            198,574
        91905            LAKETON/LAKESHORE TRAIL CONNECTOR                                                    EVANS                                              1,606                                           $60,000 CMAQ
        91914            SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING                                                            EVANS                        948                                         948
        91917            BEACH ST. - WILCOX TO SIMSPON                                                        EVANS                    333,911                  47,969             400,000                   PARTNER WITH COUNTY
        92002            PECK ST. - APPLE TO STRONG                                                           EVANS                     30,647                  13,755              40,000
        92003            MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN FROM WESTERN TO LSD                                              EVANS                     43,478                  18,590             800,000
        92004            TERRACE; APPLE TO SEAWAY                                                             EVANS                      9,153                                      35,000
        92010            PECK ST LAKETON TO MERRILL                                                           EVANS                                                                 20,000                        ENGINEERING
        92012            LAKESHORE TRAIL EROSION                                                              EVANS                     10,574                                     300,000                 REAPIR DUE TO HIGH WATER
        92014            ADA SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT                                                             EVANS                                              1,163
        92032            ROBERTS; BARNEY TO LAKETON                                                           EVANS                      1,623                                       1,623
        92033            TERRACE; APPLE TO MUSKEGON REPAINT                                                   EVANS                     14,434                                      14,343                    DESIGN ONLY FY 21-22
        92036            HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD                                                                   EVANS                     27,250                                      35,000                    DESIGN ONLY FY 21-22
        92037            MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                                   EVANS                                                                                              MOVED TO 203
        92046            3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                                                         EVANS                                                                                              MOVED TO 203
        92102            WOOD STREET, APPLE TO MARQUETTE AVE                                                  EVANS
        96021            BRIDGE INSPECTION                                                                    EVANS                      1,175                     270                2,000
        99118            MUSKETAWA TRAIL CONNECTOR 1B                                                         EVANS                     39,776                  40,544               50,000                       ENGINEERING
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                                        $         1,403,614     $         3,107,404   $        3,045,074

         203             LOCAL STREETS
        91819            FIRST STREET RECONSTUCTION
        91821            2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES                                             EVANS
        91822            FOREST AVE, PECK STREET TO CLINTON STREET
        91841            MARSH AND WALTON                                                                     EVANS                                              4,074                                         PAVE GRAVEL ROAD
        91854            BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                                                  EVANS                     73,366                                      73,666          INELIGIBLE SRF COST (PAVE GRAVEL ROAD)
        92037            MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                                   EVANS                     11,850                                      25,000
        92046            FRAUENTHAL ALLEY                                                                     EVANS                      6,868                                      10,000                        ENGINEERING

                         FUND TOTAL                                                                                        $            85,216     $             4,074   $         108,666

         264             CRIMINAL FORFEITURE FUND
        40333            LEXIPOL                                                                             J. LEWIS                          -                                            -                     RENEWAL
        40333            POWER DMS SOFTWARE                                                                  J LEWIS                                                                        -               RECORDS MANAGEMENT
        40333            MACP ACCREDITATION                                                                  J LEWIS                                                                        -
        40333            L3 DASH CAM AND BACKEND SOLUTION UPGRADE                                            J. LEWIS                                                                       -
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                                        $               -       $               -     $              -

         404             PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT FUND
        91501            NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING PROGRAM                                                       PETERSON
        91504            CLAY AVE, JEFFERSON TO 1ST                                                                                                                352
        91602            ARENA ANNEX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS -                                                 PETERSON                    18,000                  15,000
        91712            IMPROVEMENTS AT LC WALKER INCLUDING RAD DADS                                                                      462
        91726            CITY HALL UPGRADES, CARPET, FURNITURE                                               MIKESELL                  306,243                  16,283             310,000                  2ND FLOOR RENOVATIONS
        91801            CONVENTION CENTER                                                                                                                   1,142,004
        91802            REHAB HOUSE 1078 SECOND STREET                                                     PETERSON                                             4,069
        91808            L.C. WALKER ARENA GENERAL WORK (HEATING/COOLING/STRUCTURE)                         PETERSON                                            46,525
        91810            REHAB HOUSE 1531 BEIDLER STREET                                                    PETERSON
        91812            REHAB HOUSE 1067 GRAND AVE                                                         PETERSON                                            75,355
        91813            REHAB 1290 WOOD                                                                    PETERSON                      339                      582
                                                                       BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                          MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FY 2020-21 BUDGET 3rd QUARTER REFORECAST
GL FUND CLASSIFICATION                                                                                     Mar 31, 2021           Mar 31, 2020         2020-21 3RD
   AND DEPARTMENT                                            DESCRIPTION             RESPONSIBILITY          ACTUAL                 ACTUAL              QUARTER                            COMMENTS
       NUMBER                                                                                             EXPENDITURES           EXPENDITURES          REFORECAST
        91815            REHAB HOUSE 248 MASON STREET                                  PETERSON                      171                    177
        91820            PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AT P.M.                                  MIKESELL
        91823            REHAB 1188 4TH STREET                                         PETERSON                       (22)               129,265                 800
        91824            880 1ST STREET                                                                             4,024                  6,343
        91832            COMMECIAL/INDUSTRIAL DEMOLITIONS                               J. LEWIS
                                                                                                                                                                          COMPLETION ON WORK STARTED IN FY2018-19 AND
        91839            L C WALKER IMPROVEMENTS 18-19                                                                                   912,550
                                                                                                                                                                                     BATHROOM REMODELS
        91901            SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION                                                                                    511,889
        91902            LC WALKER ROOF,HVAC,DEHUMIDIFICATION SYSTEM                   PETERSON                   176,629                192,306             208,051
        91904            REHAB 1457 7TH STREET                                         PETERSON                    55,187                 26,580              55,250
        91909            REHAB 1192 PINE STREET                                        PETERSON                   175,498                 27,304             310,000
        91914            SEAWAY BRIDGE PAINTING                                          EVANS                     71,885                                     71,885
        91920            CITY HALL ELEVATOR                                              EVANS                                            79,711
        91923            SCATTERED HOUSING PROJECT                                     PETERSON                 1,449,174                592,859            1,500,000
        91924            REHAB 580 CATHERINE                                           PETERON                     11,661                 70,069               11,661
        92011            REHAB 1095 3RD                                                                                                    3,222
                                                                                                                                                                         DESIGN FY19-20 CONSTRUCTION FY 20-21 FROM SALE
        92016            ST MARY'S PARKING LOT                                           EVANS                                            16,025
                                                                                                                                                                                    OF CITY HALL PARKING LOT
        92017            MERCY HEALTH ARENA SIGN                                        MAURER                     59,315                 32,946              59,315
        92021            MERCY HEALTH ARENA PROJECTS                                                                                      29,284
        92022            CORONAVIRUS ECONOMIC RELIEF                                                                1,005                190,281
        92024            MARSH FIELD GARAGE                                              EVANS                     69,423                  1,000              69,423
        92026            PAID PARKING KIOSK & COIN MACHINE                              FRANZAK                     9,778                                     40,116
        92028            CLERKS OFFICE REDESIGN                                          MEISCH                    12,443                                     22,000
        92029            PM BATHHOUSE DISPLAY                                            EVANS                      4,607                                      4,607

        92030            FEMA ELIGIBLE COVID19 EXPENSES

        92031            ELECTRIC CHARGING STATION
                                                                                                                                                                         MDNR GRANT APP FOR IMPROVEMENTS MATCH FROM
                         CAMPBELL FIELD - MDNR GRANT                                     EVANS                                                                       -
                                                                                                                                                                                          ROYAL GLEN
                         SCBA REPLACEMENT GRANT                                         J LEWIS                                                                     -
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                   $         2,425,821    $         4,121,980   $        2,663,108


         482             STATE GRANTS FUND
        91507            EPA/BROWNFIELD GRANT                                           MIKESELL
        91908            MDOC PROPERTY                                               MIKESELL/WILLS               235,757                466,564            1,000,979                   $4 MILLION GRANT
        91803            MSHDA BLIGHT GRANT 2018
        91913            WINDWARD POINTE GRANT                                                                  1,068,136                989,904            1,168,136
        91925            RENEW MICHIGAN GRANT                                                                       4,733                 38,685
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                   $         1,308,626    $         1,495,153   $        2,169,115

         590             SEWER
        91806            BEIDLER & MADISON S2 PROJECTS                                   EVANS                                                                               DELETED S-2 PROJECT - BIEDLER & MADISON
        91826            SRF SEWER UPGRADES                                                                         1,352                  2,828                2,500
        91828            LIFT STATIONS REPAIRS/UPGRADES
                                                                                                                                                                            COMPLETION OF S2 RECOMMENDED PROJECTS
        91830            SRF PROJECTS 2018                                               EVANS                                            83,347
                                                                                                                                                                                         (INSITUFORM)
        91831            REMEMBRANCE DRIVE UPGRADES                                    MIKESELL
                                                                                                                                                                         REPAIRS TO APPLE AVE./INDUSTRIAL/HARBOUR TOWN
        91849            LIFT STATION REPAIRS/ UPGRADES 18-19                          MIKESELL
                                                                                                                                                                                             STATIONS
       91850             SRF (2019) BOURDON & ADDISON ALLEY                              EVANS                     59,217                    599               99,000       CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN FY19-20 SRF PROJECT
       91851             SRF (2019)SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER                             EVANS                    892,198                 18,454            2,251,756       CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN FY19-20 SRF PROJECT
       91852             SRF (2019) 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                             EVANS                    964,549                316,703            1,266,643       CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN FY19-20 SRF PROJECT
       91853             SRF (2019) GETTY LIFT STATION REPAIR                            EVANS                     70,999                    736               89,264       CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN FY19-20 SRF PROJECT
       91854             SRF (2019) BEIDLER TRUCK SEWER                                  EVANS                  2,532,305                 45,354            2,971,563      CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN FY19-20 SRF PROJECT
       91855             SRF (2019) GLENSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD - PHASE 1                      EVANS                    941,719                  5,399              968,556      CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN FY19-20 SRF PROJECT
       91856             SRF(2019) PECK & SANFORD - PHASE 1                              EVANS                    966,582                 10,240            1,002,832       CONSTRUCTION BEGINS IN FY19-20 SRF PROJECT
       92003             MICHIGAN AND FRANKLIN                                           EVANS                                                                 50,000             SEWER PART OF STREET PROJECT
       92009             AMITY -FORK TO GETTY                                            EVANS                     38,891                 54,975            1,500,000        DESIGN AND PARTIAL CONSTRUCTION FY20-21
       92010             PECK ST - LAKETON TO MERRILL                                    EVANS                     21,078                 55,799              800,000        DESIGN AND PARTIAL CONSTRUCTION FY20-21
       92018             LIFT REPAIRS APPLE/HARBOURTOWNE                                                                                  40,608
     UNASSIGNED          GLENSIDE SRF - PHASE 2                                          EVANS                                                                              DESIGN FY21 SRF/DWRF -REMOVED until FY22
     UNASSIGNED          SANFORD STREET - APPLE TO LAKETON                               EVANS                                                                              DESIGN FY 21 SRF/DWRF - REMOVED until FY22
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                   $         6,488,890    $           635,041   $       11,002,114


         591             WATER
        91509            LAKETON, GETTY TO CRESTON                                       EVANS
        91710            WATER ASSET MANAGEMENT
        91711            LAKESHORE DRIVE WATERMAIN, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON                 EVANS                      1,851                787,204              19,687                CARRYOVER FROM FY18-19
        91813            REHAB 1290 WOOD
        91825            PLC UPGRADES                                                MUNGARWADI                                           13,680
        91831            REMEMBERANCE DR. EXTENSION
        91838            POLIT GRANT - WATER SYSTEM INVENTORY                          EVANS                                              61,035
        91843            3RD STREET PROJECT                                            EVANS                                             318,120
        91845            SCAD MIGRATION PROJECT PLC                                  MUNGARWADI                                            2,794                            INSTRUMENTATION UPGRADE, CONTINUATION
        91846            REPAIR & ADD MEMBRANE TO 4 OF 4 CLEAR WELLS @ PLANT         MUNGARWADI
        91847            FRUITPORT GENERATOR TIE-IN WITH EMERGENCY GENERATOR         MUNGARWADI                                           10,800                         DESIGN ONLY IN 2018-19 PROJECT MOVED TO 2019-20
        91848            OLD FILTER GALLERY ROOF, REHAB-WALLS AND WINDOWS            MUNGARWADI
        91851            SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER REROUTE                             EVANS                      679,838                                   1,001,020
                                                                                                                                                                           PARTIAL DESIGN & 60% CONSTRUCTION FY19-20
        91854            BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                             EVANS                    451,492
                                                                                                                                                             608,462                    BALANCE FY20-21
        91855            GLENSIDE SRF - PHASE1                                           EVANS                    354,445                                    438,105                 CONSTRUCTION FY 20-21
                                                                                                                                                                           PARTIAL DESIGN & 60% CONSTRUCTION FY19-20
        91856            JEFFERSON/STRONG                                                EVAN                      45,184
                                                                                                                                                              70,527                    BALANCE FY20-21
       91903             DWRF PROJECTS 2019                                            EVANS                                              49,153                                   DWRF DWRF BONDING COSTS
       91910             REPLACE RAPID MIXER (EASTSIDE)                              MUNGARWADI
       91911             MARSH AND WALTON
       91912             BUBBLER PANELS                                                EVANS
       91916             FENCE AT ROBERTS, MARSHALL & NIMS TANKS                       EVANS
       91917             BEACH STREET                                                  EVANS                      197,875                 23,338             700,000                PARTNER WITH THE COUNTY
       91918             ELECTRICAL UPGRADE AT FILTRATION PLANT                      MUNGARWADI                                            4,236               5,000
       92002             PECK ST - APPLE TO STRONG                                     EVANS                        4,158                    289             300,000
       92003             MICHIGAN AND FRANKLIN                                         EVANS                                                                  50,000                     FY21 SRF/DWRF
       92005             COMMUNICATIONS TOWER                                        MUNGARWADI                                           61,969
       92007             HARVEY RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS                               MUNGARWADI                                            4,314            1,040,000                   DESIGN IN FY19-20
       92008             FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS 3,6,11                   MUNGARWADI                     4,740                  4,071              960,000                   DESIGN IN FY19-20
       92009             AMITY ST - FORK TO GETTY                                                                  24,534                                   1,250,000                FY20 SRF/DWRF PROJECT
       92010             PECK ST - MERRILL TO LAKETON                                    EVANS                                                                700,000                FY20 SRF/DWRF PROJECT
       92037             MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                              EVANS                      3,032                                     100,000
       99012             GIS UPDATE AND MAINTENANCE                                      EVANS                     12,749                  8,740               10,000         COUNTY LICENSING & MAP MAINTENANCE
     UNASSIGNED          APPLE TO LAKESHORE                                              EVANS                                                                 25,000             DESIGN ONLY FY21-22 FED AID
                                                                      BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                         MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FY 2020-21 BUDGET 3rd QUARTER REFORECAST
GL FUND CLASSIFICATION                                                                                    Mar 31, 2021          Mar 31, 2020         2020-21 3RD
   AND DEPARTMENT                                          DESCRIPTION              RESPONSIBILITY          ACTUAL                ACTUAL              QUARTER                             COMMENTS
       NUMBER                                                                                            EXPENDITURES          EXPENDITURES          REFORECAST
     UNASSIGNED          HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD                                             EVANS                                                               25,000             DESIGN ONLY FY 21-22 CITY PROJECT
     UNASSIGNED          WATER SERVICE REPLACEMENT UNASSIGNED                           EVANS                                                               60,555
     UNASSIGNED          GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2                                           EVANS                                                                                    REMOVED until FY22
                                                                                                                                                                      COMBINATION - HYPOCHLORITE LINES, RAPID
        92034            WATER FILTRATION PLANT -WMRWA UNASSIGNED                   MUNGARWADI                    54,326                                   500,000   MIXER,GENERATOR, COMMUNICATION TOWER,
                                                                                                                                                                                  RELIABILITY STUDY
                                                                                                                                                                   COMBINATION - HARVEY PUMP #2 REPAIR, MARSHALL
     UNASSIGNED          WATER FILTRATION PLANT - WMRWA NOT ELIGIBLE                MUNGARWADI                    28,836                                   405,000
                                                                                                                                                                                   TANK PAINTING
                         HARVEY PUMP REPAIR, # 2                                    MUNGARWADI                                                                                REPAIR OF SECOND PUMP.
                                                                                                                                                                     REPLACE ROTTED HANGERS AND DRAIN LINES -
                         HARVEY SUMP AND DRAINS REPAIR                              MUNGARWADI
                                                                                                                                                                            MOVING PROJECT TO 2019-20
                         REPLACE CHEMICAL FEED LINES - HYPOCHLORITE                 MUNGARWADI                                                                              MOVING PROJECT TO 2019-20
                         REPLACE TANK LINER - HYPOCHLORITE TANK                     MUNGARWADI
                         TITRATOR, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT                             MUNGARWADI
                         PECK STREET - APPLE TO MERRILL                               EVANS                                                                                        STATE FY21 FED AID PROJECT
                         RELIABILITY STUDY                                          MUNGARWADI
                         DEWATERING TRAILER & EQUIPMENT                               EVANS
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                  $         1,863,061   $         1,349,743   $        8,268,356

         594             MARINA
        91809            DOCKS & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS (OFFICE, BATHROOM)               EVANS                                                                                     ONLY ENGINEERING IN 2018
                                                                                                                                                                          REQUESTED GRANT AND PARTIAL MATCH ($1.4M
                         T DOCK REPLACEMENT PROJECT                                     EVANS
                                                                                                                                                                                          PROJECT)
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                  $               -     $               -     $              -

         642             PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING
        90113            PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING ROOF                                   EVANS                                           48,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                  $               -     $            48,000   $              -


         643             ENGINEERING SERVICES
                         INTERGOVERNMENTAL ENGINEERING WORK                           MIKESELL
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                  $               -     $               -     $              -


         661             EQUIPMENT FUND
    5720/Quantity        NON-VEHICULAR EQUIPMENT:
         1               TRAILER                                                      MIKESELL                                                                      -
         1               SALT BOX                                                     MIKESELL                                                                      -
         1               CONCRETE BREAKER                                             MIKESELL                                                                      -
                         TRACKLESS                                                    MIKESELL
                                                                                                                                                                        ADD $67,200 FOR TRACKLESS. AUDITERS MOVED THE
                         VARIOUS SMALL EQUIPMENT                                      MIKESELL                                                              60,000      TRACKLESS PURCHASE FROM LAST YEARS BUDGET TO
                                                                                                                                                                         THIS YEARS BUDGET. TOTAL SHOULD BE $127,200.
          1              RIDING MOWER/ SNOW BLOWER                                    MIKESELL
                         DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                                            $               -     $               -     $          60,000

         5746            COMMUNICATIONS EQUIPMENT:
                         COMMUNICATION EQUIPMENT                                        EVANS                                                               60,000
                         RECORDING EQUIPMENT UPGRADE                                    EVANS                                                                    -
                         CRUISER DVR UPGRADE                                            EVANS                                                                    -
                         DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                                            $               -     $               -     $          60,000

         5730            VEHICLES:
          7              POLICE CRUISERS / TAHOES                                       EVANS                                                               40,000
          1              F350 WATER                                                     EVANS                                                               42,000
          1              1 TON FLATBED HIGHWAY                                          EVANS                                                               42,000
          1              1 TON FLATBED TRAFFIC                                          EVANS                                                               35,000
          1              1/2 TON CARGO VAN FILTRATION                                   EVANS                                                               26,000
          1              FORD RANGE 4X4 FIRE MARSHALL                                   EVANS
          2              DETECTIVE CARS                                                 EVANS                                                                    -
          3              1/2 TON PICKUP TRUCK                                           EVANS                                                                    -
          1              COLORADO - CITY ENGINEERING                                    EVANS                                                                    -
          1              PLOW TRUCK                                                     EVANS                                                                    -
          1              BACKHOE                                                        EVANS                                                                    -
          2              CITY HALL CARS                                                 EVANS                                                                    -
          4              POLICE CRUISERS / TAHOES                                       EVANS                                                              117,000                  3 POLICE CRUISERS/TAHOES
          2              POLICE ADMIN VEHICLES                                          EVANS                                                               51,000                   1 POLICE ADMIN VEHICLE
          2               3/4 TON 4X4 PICKUPS PARKS                                     EVANS                                                               33,000                1 3/4 TON 4X4 PICKUP - PARKS
          1              HIGH RANGERS                                                   EVANS                                                              105,000                       1 HIGH RANGER
          2              3/4 TON TRUCK FOR WATER- 2X4                                   EVANS                                                               33,000             1 3/4 TON 4X2 PICKUP - WATER DEPT
          1              1 TON 4X4 DUMP TRUCK                                           EVANS                                                               45,000
          1              BACKHOE                                                        EVANS
          1              PLOW TRUCK                                                     EVANS                                                              165,000
                         DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                                            $               -     $               -     $         734,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                  $              -      $              -      $         854,000

                                                                                                                                                                        * POLICE CRUISERS CHANGED TO SUVS AS THE CHEVY
                                               MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECT TOTAL                           $ 18,155,956          $ 10,893,801          $ 35,887,178           IMPALA POLICE UNIT IS BEING DISCONTIUED BY
                                                                                                                                                                        GENERAL MOTORS.
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11th, 2021                Title: County Water System Easement

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:
Staff is requesting authorization to approve the easement requested by Muskegon County on Parcel
61-24-205-734-0001-00 (Margaret Drake Elliot Park)


Detailed Summary:
Muskegon County has finalized their route and accepted bids for the second phase of their water main
project to construct a new water main from the Muskegon Water Filtration Plant under the Muskegon
Channel and connect into the Northside Water System.

Muskegon County has an existing agreement in place which allows for the placement of their utilities
within the public Right-of-Way however the project to cross the channel will require that a section of
the water main be placed underneath Margaret Drake Elliot Park which requires the city to issue an
easement for this place.

The construction will have minimal impact on the park as the line under the channel will be placed by
means of horizontal directional drilling. This method requires impact to the ground surface only in two
relatively small areas one near the split at Beach Street and the other in the parking lot of the
Bathhouse at Muskegon State Park.

This easement grants the county the right to have their water main placed below Margaret Drake Elliot
Park and is necessary to complete their water system loop which benefits the entire system that is
served by the City of Muskegon Water Filtration Plant.

The proposed easement is outlined in the attachment.

The easement language has been reviewed and accepted by legal counsel.


Amount Requested: $0                                 Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion:
Authorize the easement to Muskegon County and for the Mayor and Clerk to sign the easement.
Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.
For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                           WATER SYSTEM EASEMENT

        THIS INDENTURE, made and entered into this     day of
2021, by and between CITY OF MUSKEGON, whose address is 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI
49440, , hereinafter referred to as "Grantor," and MUSKEGON COUNTY, a Michigan municipal
corporation, whose address is 990 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49442, hereinafter referred to as
"County";

                                                WITNESSETH:
        For and in consideration of the sum of One Dollar ($1.00), paid to Grantor, the receipt of which is
hereby acknowledged, Grantor does hereby grant unto County, its successors and assigns, an exclusive
perpetual and permanent easement and right of way, under, through and across a certain piece or parcel of
land situated in the City of Muskegon, in the County of Muskegon and STATE OF MICHIGAN, the
piece or parcel of land being owned by Grantor in fee simple and described as follows:
BURDEN PARCEL'S
61-24-205-734-0001-00
CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 ENTIRE BLK 734 ENTIRE BLK 738 AND
ENTIRE BLK 739 EXC NLY 408.83 FT OF WLY 500 FT OF BLK 739 (EXC IS FOR US COAST
GUARD STATION) ALSO EXC THAT PT OF BLK 739 DESC AS PROJECT THE N LINE INDIANA
AVE SWLY TO WLY LINE WLY BEACH STREET OVAL TO POB WHICH POB IS 30 FT S OF
NELY PROJECTED S LINE OF EXISTING PAVILION BUILDING TH NWLY 180 FT M/L ALG
WLY LINE OF WLY BEACH STREET OVAL TO A PT 50 FT N OF NELY PROJECTED N LINE OF
EXISTING PAVILION BUILDING TH SWLY AND AT RT ANG TO WLY LINE OF WLY BEACH
STREET OVAL 105 FT AND 50 FT WLY OF PROJECTED W LINE OF EXISTING PAVILION
BUILDING TH SELY AND PAR TO WLY LINE OF WLY BEACH STREET OVAL 180 FT TH
NELY 105 FT TO POB BEING A RECTANGULAR PARCEL 105 FT BY 180 FT (2ND EXC IS
LOCATION OF RESTURANT PARCEL ON PERE MARQUETTE PARK)
50-FOOT WIDE PERMANENT WATER MAIN EASEMENT
A 50-FOOT WIDE STRIP OF LAND LOCATED IN THE WEST HALF OF SECTION 21 AND ALSO
IN GOVERNMENT LOT 8 OF SECTION 28, TOWN 10 NORTH, RANGE 17 WEST, CITY OF
MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI. ITS CENTERLINE BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
DESCRIBED AS:
COMMENCING AT THE SOUTH QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 21; THENCE ALONG
THE SOUTH LINE OF SECTION 21 NORTH 88 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 05 SECONDS WEST, A
DISTANCE OF 2125.30 FEET TO POINT “A”; THENCE SOUTH 21 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 44
SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 2715.84 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE
CENTERLINE OF A 50-FOOT WIDE WATER MAIN EASEMENT. SAID POINT OF BEGINNING
BEING LOCATED ON THE SOUTH LINE OF THE MUSKEGON CHANNEL; THENCE CONTINUE
SOUTH 21 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 44 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 591.97 FEET TO A
POINT ON THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY (VARIABLE WIDTH) OF BEACH STREET AND
BEING THE POINT OF ENDING OF SAID CENTERLINE.
SAID EASEMENT TO BE CENTERED ON THE AS-CONSTRUCTED LOCATION OF THE WATER
MAIN.

      This Easement is exempt from ad valorem transfer tax by reason of MCL 207.526, and
MCL 207.505.

         The easement and right of way granted herein shall be for the purpose of the construction,
installation, maintenance, repair, replacement, reinstallation, removal, operation, and inspection of said
water line and accessories, running under, through and across the above-described Easement Description.

        The easement and right of way granted herein shall include the right to enter upon sufficient land
of Grantor adjacent to the Easement Description ("Adjacent Land") as is reasonably required for the
construction, installation, maintenance, repair, replacement, reinstallation, removal, operation and
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inspection of said water line. In exercising its rights to enter Adjacent Land, County shall conduct its
activities in a manner that will minimize its presence on land outside of the easement and right of way.
Each time it enters the Adjacent Land, County shall, at its sole expense, restore it to the condition it was
in immediately prior to entry.

        TERM: Said easement and right of way under, through and across the above-described Easement
Description, for the use and benefit of County, its successors and assigns, shall be perpetual until County
ceases to use such water system.

        AUTHORITY: To the best of Grantor’s knowledge, Grantor is the owner and it has the right and
authority to grant this easement as above-described or owns the lands covered by the Easement
Description. Grantee relies on its own investigation only as to Grantor’s ability to grant this easement.

         RESTORATION: The easement and right of way shall include, but not be limited to, County's
right to enter upon the Easement Description at such times as it deems necessary to construct, maintain,
repair, replace, remove, reinstall, and inspect its water main across, through and under the above-
described Easement Description, together with the right to excavate a trench or ditch for the location of
said water line. County shall have the further right to remove trees, brush, undergrowth and other
obstructions situated upon the above-described Easement interfering with the location, construction,
maintenance, repair, replacement, removal, reinstallation, and inspection of said water main. As a
consideration for the County to have the right to construct and install said water line, County shall be
obligated, at its sole expense (i) to fill, compact to 95% density, and grade to ground level the trench or
ditch occupied by said water line and (ii) to restore the drives, parking areas, shrubs, grass and anything
else to the condition it was immediately prior to entry. County does further covenant and agree that in the
event it shall become necessary, at any time, to enter upon the above-described Easement Description for
the purpose of construction, installation, maintenance, repair, replacement, reinstallation, removal,
operation, and inspection of said water line, County shall, at its sole expense, return said piece or parcel
of land to the same condition it was in immediately prior to entry.


        INDEMNIFICATION: Grantor agrees that they will provide prior notification to the Grantee
before constructing any permanent structure within the easement and allow adequate time to assess the
impacts of any proposed structure and identify solutions for maintaining water main functionality.

          The Grantor has caused these presents to be signed the day and year first above written.




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                                                                 Sign here:


                                                                 Print here:



                                                                 Sign here:


                                                                 Print here:


                                                             Address:          City of Muskegon
                                                                               933 Terrace Street
                                                                               Muskegon, MI 49440


             STATE OF MICHIGAN
             COUNTY OF



                             On this          day of                       , 2021, before me, a Notary Public, in and
              for said County, personally appeared                                                          , to me
              known to be the same persons described in and who executed the within instrument, who each
              acknowledged the same to be their own free act and deed.



                                                             Sign here:

                                                             Print here:

                                                             Notary Public
                                                                                 County, Michigan

                                                             My Commission Expires:



             Prepared By:                                        Return to:

             DLZ Michigan, Inc.                                  Muskegon County Department of Public Works
             950 W. Norton Avenue                                131 E. Apple Avenue, 4th Floor
             Suite 207                                           Muskegon, MI 49442
             Muskegon, MI 49441




86083:00007:5432650-1




               1847088900 Water System Easement 02-01-2021
                  50-FOOT WIDE PERMANENT
              WATER MAIN EASEMENT ROUTE SURVEY




                                                                                                                                                      21
                                                                                                                                      NORTH AND SOUTH
                                                                                                                                      LINE OF SECTION
                                     PT "A"
                                     N 638562.04
    184.80'                          E 12597247.38
                                                                              SOUTH LINE OF SECTION 21
                                        GOV'T. "6"
              329.70'
                                                                                              2125.30' (M)
                                                                              N88°00'05"W 2454.99' (M)


          BATH HOUSE
                                                                                                      POINT OF COMMENCEMENT.
                                                                                                       SOUTH QUARTER CORNER
                                                                                                          FOUND ALUMINUM CAP
    MEANDER CORNER 006                                                                                           STAMPED "F9".
    FOUND CUT CROSS PER                                                                                  SECTION 21, T10N, R17W
    REMON L.3864 P.315                                                                                    PER REMON L.3833 P.34
    SECTION 21, T10N, R17W
                                                                                                 "MUSKEGON
                                                                                                 STATE PARK"
                                                                                                      PIN#
                                                                                              61-24-205-758-0001-00
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                                                                                        NOTE:
                                                                                        BEARINGS, DISTANCES AND COORDINATES BASED ON
PIN #61-24-205-758-0001-00 ALSO KNOW AS CITY OF                                         MICHIGAN STATE PLANE COORDINATE SYSTEM, SOUTH
MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 ENTIRE BLKS 758,                                          ZONE, INTERNATIONAL FOOT, 2011 ADJUSTMENT YEAR.
759 & 760 EX PART USED BY US GOVERNMENT                                                                                  SCALE: 1" = 400'

Section 21 & 28 Town 10 North Range 17 West, Laketon Township, & City of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan

                                                                              Muskegon County
                                    INNOVATIVE IDEAS                          Department of Public Works                       JOB NO.       1847-0889-00

                                    EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN                        131 E Apple Avenue                               DATE ISSUED
                                                                              Muskegon, Michigan 49442
                                    UNMATCHED CLIENT SERVICE                                                                   01/14/2021
                                                           DESIGN:                               CHECKED:         DRAWN:
                                                                               TWW               TWW              DLZ          SHEET NO.                   1 OF 2
                                        DESCRIPTIONS
      BURDEN PARCEL'S

      61-24-205-734-0001-00

      CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 ENTIRE BLK 734 ENTIRE BLK 738 AND ENTIRE BLK 739 EXC NLY 408.83 FT OF WLY 500
      FT OF BLK 739 (EXC IS FOR US COAST GUARD STATION) ALSO EXC THAT PT OF BLK 739 DESC AS PROJECT THE N LINE INDIANA AVE
      SWLY TO WLY LINE WLY BEACH STREET OVAL TO POB WHICH POB IS 30 FT S OF NELY PROJECTED S LINE OF EXISTING PAVILION
      BUILDING TH NWLY 180 FT M/L ALG WLY LINE OF WLY BEACH STREET OVAL TO A PT 50 FT N OF NELY PROJECTED N LINE OF
      EXISTING PAVILION BUILDING TH SWLY AND AT RT ANG TO WLY LINE OF WLY BEACH STREET OVAL 105 FT AND 50 FT WLY OF
      PROJECTED W LINE OF EXISTING PAVILION BUILDING TH SELY AND PAR TO WLY LINE OF WLY BEACH STREET OVAL 180 FT TH
      NELY 105 FT TO POB BEING A RECTANGULAR PARCEL 105 FT BY 180 FT (2ND EXC IS LOCATION OF RESTURANT PARCEL ON PERE
      MARQUETTE PARK)


      PROPOSED 50-FOOT WIDE PERMANENT WATER MAIN EASEMENT

      A 50-FOOT WIDE STRIP OF LAND LOCATED IN THE WEST HALF OF SECTION 21 AND ALSO IN GOVERNMENT LOT 8 OF SECTION 28,
      TOWN 10 NORTH, RANGE 17 WEST, CITY OF MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MI. ITS CENTERLINE BEING MORE PARTICULARLY
      DESCRIBED AS:

      COMMENCING AT THE SOUTH QUARTER CORNER OF SAID SECTION 21; THENCE ALONG THE SOUTH LINE OF
      SECTION 21 NORTH 88 DEGREES 00 MINUTES 05 SECONDS WEST, A DISTANCE OF 2125.30 FEET TO POINT “A”; THENCE
      SOUTH 21 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 44 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 2715.84 TO THE POINT OF BEGINNING OF THE CENTERLINE
      OF A 50-FOOT WIDE WATER MAIN EASEMENT. SAID POINT OF BEGINNING BEING LOCATED ON THE SOUTH LINE OF THE
      MUSKEGON CHANNEL; THENCE CONTINUE SOUTH 21 DEGREES 56 MINUTES 44 SECONDS EAST, A DISTANCE OF 591.97 FEET TO
      A POINT ON THE NORTHERLY RIGHT-OF-WAY (VARIABLE WIDTH) OF BEACH STREET AND BEING THE POINT OF ENDING OF SAID
      CENTERLINE.

      SAID EASEMENT TO BE CENTERED ON THE AS-CONSTRUCTED LOCATION OF THE WATER MAIN.




               THIS DOCUMENT IS PROVIDED TO THE BEST OF THE SURVEYOR'S KNOWLEDGE, INFORMATION AND BELIEF.




               _________________________________
               TIMOTHY W. WEIR P.S. NO. 50457




Section 21 & 28 Town 10 North Range 17 West, Laketon Township, & City of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan

                                                               Muskegon County
                                   INNOVATIVE IDEAS            Department of Public Works               JOB NO.      1847-0889-00

                                   EXCEPTIONAL DESIGN          131 E Apple Avenue                       DATE ISSUED
                                                               Muskegon, Michigan 49442
                                   UNMATCHED CLIENT SERVICE                                             01/14/2021
                                                          DESIGN:             CHECKED:      DRAWN:
                                                                TWW           TWW           DLZ         SHEET NO.       2 of 2
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11th, 2021                  Title: PC Industrial Park - Engineering

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                  Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:
Staff is requesting authorization to approve the Professional Services Agreement with HRC, Inc. to
provide comprehensive engineering services for an expansion of the road and utility network within the
Port City Industrial Park at the former MDOC Property.


Detailed Summary:
Staff solicited proposals from Engineering Firms to provide comprehensive engineering services
related to an extension of Olthoff Drive and the public utilities within the Port City Industrial Park to
provide improved access and utility services to the former MDOC property which will be required by
any future users of the site.

Staff scored the proposals utilizing a Qualifications Based Selection criteria to ensure we were
selecting the best partner for this important project. After the preliminary scoring was completed
showing HRC as the leading firm staff negotiated the attached priced proposal for consideration.

The objective for the project is to complete survey and forestry (separate item) this spring, design and
bidding over the summer and construction in the fall of 2021. The remainder of the state grant funds
(Approximately $790,755) will be utilized to fulfill these items of work.

HRC has provided prior engineering services for the City of Muskegon in the form of design
engineering services for the Musketawa Trail Connector project that will be constructed later this year
within the Port City Industrial Park.

Amount Requested: $114,400.00                          Amount Budgeted: $790,755.00

Fund(s) or Account(s): 482-91908                       Fund(s) or Account(s): 482-91908

Recommended Motion:
Authorize staff to sign the professional services agreement with HRC, Inc. to provide Engineering Services
for the expansion of the road and utility system into the form MDOC property within the Port City Industrial
Park.


Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.
For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                     CITY OF MUSKEGON


                    REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS



PROJECT NAME:               Industrial Park Roadway Expansion

DATE OF ISSUANCE:           Monday, March 22nd 2021

DATE PROPOSAL DUE:          Tuesday, April 13th 2021

ISSUING OFFICE:             City of Muskegon
                            Department of Public Works
                            c/o – Leo Evans
                            1350 East Keating Avenue
                            Muskegon, MI 49442
                            Tel. (231) 724-6920




                              1
                                                        TABLE OF CONTENTS

PROPOSAL & AWARD ............................................................................................................... 3
INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS .................................................................................................. 4
SPECIFIC PROJECT INFORMATION..................................................................................... 6
CONTENTS OF PROPOSAL ...................................................................................................... 8
EVALUATION .............................................................................................................................. 9
INSURANCE REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................. 10
ATTACHMENTS A, B, & C



Note: Should any of the pages or documents listed above be missing from your packet, or if you
have any questions regarding this RFP, please contact Leo Evans at the City of Muskegon via
(231) 724-6920 or via E-mail at Leo.Evans@shorelinecity.com




                                                                          2
                                    PROPOSAL & AWARD

The undersigned having become thoroughly familiar with and understanding of all the proposal
documents attached hereto, agrees to provide the services as specified herein, for the total fees as
stipulated herein, subject to negotiation.

I hereby state that all of the information I have provided is true, accurate and complete. I hereby
state that I have authority to submit this proposal which will become a binding contract if
accepted by the City of Muskegon.

I hereby state that I have read, understand and agree to be bound by all of the terms of this
proposal document.

Signature       _____________________________ Title          ________________________

Print Name      ____________________________          Date   ________________________

Firm Name

Address




Telephone No.

E-Mail

Fax No.




                                                 3
                               INSTRUCTIONS TO BIDDERS


PROPOSALS

All proposals must be submitted following the proposal format supplied by the City of
Muskegon in this document and shall be subject to all requirements of this document.

The City may consider as irregular any proposal in which there is an alteration of or departure
from the format stated in the documents, and at its option may reject the same.

Each bidder will include in their proposal a listing of any proposed sub-consultant/contractor and
the name and address of each which may be involved in the project.

Before executing any subcontract, the successful firm shall submit the name and experience of
any proposed subcontractor for prior approval.



SUBMITTAL OF PROPOSALS

Three (3) copies of the proposal documents shall be submitted in a sealed envelope to:

                                       City of Muskegon
                                         Clerk’s Office
                                       933 Terrace Street
                                      Muskegon, MI 49440
The envelope shall be clearly marked on the exterior denoting the name of the firm submitting
the proposal and the name of the particular RFP for which the proposal is offered.

The proposals shall be submitted no later than 2:00 PM, April 13th 2021 at which time all
proposals will be opened, and bids read aloud.



AWARD / REJECTION OF PROPOSALS

The City reserves the right to reject any and all proposals and to waive any irregularity in
proposals received whenever such rejection or waiver is in the best interest of the City. The
bidder to whom the award is made will be notified at the earliest possible date. All bidders
submitting proposals will be notified when the award is made.

Award will follow the current purchasing policies and any other applicable guidelines for the
City of Muskegon.

The Award will not be completed until confirmed and recommended by the City Commission.


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CITY RESPONSIBILITIES

The City of Muskegon will provide information as to the City’s requirements for the project and
make available pertinent information which may be useful in the project work.

The City will designate a person to act as the City’s Project Manager with respect to the work to
be performed. Such person will have the authority to transmit instructions, receive information,
interpret and define the City’s policies and decisions with respect to elements pertinent to the
project.

The City will examine all studies, reports, estimates, proposal, and other documents prepared by
the bidder and render in writing, if necessary, decisions pertinent thereto within a reasonable
time.

The City will direct the consultant in writing to begin the work on each phase of the project upon
receipt of written evidence from the firm of the appropriateness of such action.

The City will direct the bidder in writing to furnish any special services, sub-consultants and/or
extra work that may be required on the project upon receipt of written evidence from the firm
detailing as to cost, time schedule, and reason for such special service or extra work.




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                           SPECIFIC PROJECT INFORMATION


INTRODUCTION TO PROJECT

The City of Muskegon is seeking proposals from interested consulting engineers to provide full
survey, design and construction project services related to expansion of the existing road network
within the Port City Industrial Park.

The City of Muskegon has acquired through purchase a large addition to the industrial park and
is seeking to construct an access road to service the new addition to the park. The City of
Muskegon has appropriated a maximum of $750,000 towards completion of the access road
project.

Work by the selected engineer will include the following:

   •   Survey of the entirety of the site to establish site features, topography and boundaries
   •   Geotechnical or other investigations as needed to support design
   •   Design of an access road in accordance with City Standards along the approximate route
   •   Design of utility service for the site both public and coordination with private utilities
   •   Development and refinement of conceptual layouts for streets and utilities
   •   Development of complete plans and specifications for the access route and public utilities
   •   Obtaining any necessary permits for the project
   •   Assistance in solicitation of bids for the construction of the access road and utilities
   •   Oversight and administration of the construction contract on behalf of the city
   •   Prepare final property boundaries including remaining parcels, road right-of-way and any
       utility easements for the entire site.

Several supporting documents are included and attachments to this RFP to help in the
development of proposals and for use during the later project phases:

   •   Attachment A – Aerial Map of Site Showing Utility Location
   •   Attachment B – Utility As-Builts for the vicinity
   •   Attachment C – Approximate Route of Access Road

Additional Design Considerations:

   •   Consideration will also need to be given to private utilities and their means of serving the
       future site. Engineer shall be responsible to coordinate and account for private utility
       needs in the project design.
   •   The city will be undertaking a separate project to have the site largely cleared of trees
       prior to the construction project.
   •   The southern portion of the project is owned by the City but is located within Fruitport
       Charter Township.



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City of Muskegon will host site meetings upon request to answer questions and review the
project site. Requests submitted to Leo Evans via email (Leo.Evans@shorelinecity.com) prior to
Monday, April 5th 2021 will be accommodated prior to the bid opening. Requests received after
that date will be accommodated pending staff availability.

Subcontractors, if any, shall be approved by the Project Manager prior to acceptance on this
contract and shall bound by these specifications. It is the responsibility and duty of the
contractor to verify that the subcontractor meets all conditions. The contractor shall furnish any
subcontractor’s proof of insurance meeting city requirements.

Construction shall be per applicable industry and City of Muskegon standards and shall comply
with all applicable City of Muskegon policies and procedures.

Project Schedule is as follows:

    •   RFP Issued .................................................................March 22 nd, 2021
    •   RFP Due .....................................................................April 13 th, 2021
    •   Staff Scoring ..............................................................April 14 th – April 16th, 2021
    •   Price Negotiations ......................................................April 19th – April 20th, 2021
    •   Staff Recommendation to Commission .....................April 27th, 2021
    •   Survey ........................................................................May 2021
    •   Design / Permitting ....................................................June/July 2021
    •   Bidding .......................................................................August 2021
    •   Construction ...............................................................September/October 2021

Due to funding constraints attached to the project there is little availability for flexibility in the
schedule and firms unable to maintain the schedule are advised to not provide a proposal.




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                         CONTENTS OF PROPOSAL SUBMITTAL


At a minimum, each proposal shall include the following items:

QUALIFICATIONS OF TEAM

Include a brief narrative description of the key members of the team and the roles they will play
in the successful implementation of this project. Highlight similar past experiences, and
technical competence as it relates to the specific project details and previously completed
projects. Include any key members of sub consultants within the narrative and description.
Provide resumes for key members, and an organizational chart specific to the project.



UNDERSTANDING OF SERVICES

Include a narrative description of your plan for accomplishing the project. Provide a timeline for
the project including key milestones to be met and identify dates for completion of project
deliverables. Identify critical areas of the project and your plan for addressing the critical needs.


LOCATION OF FIRM

Identify the location of firms that will complete the work. Score will be based on providing
preference to local services. Maximum scores will be awarded for work completed entirely
within the corporate limits of the city of Muskegon, with reduced scores awarded proportionately
based on the proximity to the city of Muskegon.

ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The firm may also include any additional information and/or comments believed to be pertinent
but not specifically requested elsewhere in the document.

Proposals narratives should be limited to 5 pages, not inclusive of any graphics and/or resumes.




                                         EVALUATION



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The project will be awarded based on a Qualifications Based Selection (QBS) to the firm(s) that
provide a proposal that is most responsive to meeting both the needs of the project and the City
of Muskegon.

Proposals will be scored in three categories, by a scoring team composed of staff from the City
of Muskegon:

   •   Qualifications of Team – 60% of Total Score

   •   Understanding of Service – 35% of Total Score

   •   Location of Firm – 5% of Total Score

Qualifications of Team will be scored based on the experience, technical competence, and
related past experience of the project team. Include an organizational chart. Describe the roles
of the key members of the team as it relates to the successful completion of the project. Include
key members of sub consultants and what roles will be completed by those sub consultants.
Provide resumes for all key members. Up to three (3) references may be provided for use at the
discretion of the scoring team.

Understanding of Service shall be scored based on the information provided in the proposal that
details the understanding of the processes and milestones throughout the project to ensure that
the project is completed successfully. Include relevant technical competence in the project areas,
and past experience completing projects of similar scope.

Location of Firm will be based on location of the firm’s office where project work will be
completed. A maximum score will be awarded for firms completing work within the corporate
limits of the city of Muskegon. Reduced scores will be awarded to firms proportional to their
distance from the city of Muskegon.




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                              INSURANCE REQUIRMENTS

The Bidder will be required to comply with the following insurance and indemnity requirements
BEFORE ANY AGREEMENTS CAN BE EXECUTED:

   a. Hold Harmless Agreements: To the fullest extent permitted by law, Consultant agrees to
      defend, pay on behalf of, indemnify, and hold harmless the City, its elected and appointed
      officials, employees, volunteers and others working on behalf of the City against any and
      all claims, demands, suits, or loss, including any costs connected therewith, and for any
      damages which may be asserted, claimed or recovered against or from the City, its
      elected and appointed officials, employees, volunteers, or others working on behalf of the
      City, by reason of personal injury, including bodily injury and death, property damage,
      including loss of use thereof, and/or the effects of or release of toxic and/or hazardous
      material which arises out of or is in any way connected or associated with this contract.
      The obligation to defend and hold harmless extends to Consultant’s employees, agents,
      subcontractors, assigns and successors.

   b. Consultant Insurance Requirements: Consultant shall not commence work under this
      contract until obtaining the insurance required under this paragraph. All coverage shall
      be with insurance companies licensed and admitted to do business in the State of
      Michigan and Best Rated A VIII. All coverage shall be with insurance carriers
      acceptable to the City.
                      .
   c. Workers' Compensation Insurance: The Consultant shall procure and maintain during the
      life of this contract, Workers' Compensation Insurance, including Employer's Liability
      coverage, in accordance with all applicable Statutes of the State of Michigan.

   d. General Liability Insurance: The Consultant shall procure and maintain during the life of
      this contract, commercial General Liability Insurance on an "Occurrence Basis" with
      limits of liability not less than $500,000 per occurrence and/or aggregate combined single
      limit, Personal Injury, Bodily Injury and Property Damage. Coverage shall include the
      following extensions: (a) Contractual Liability; (b) Products and Completed Operations;
      (c) Independent Contractor's Coverage; (d) Broad Form General Liability Extensions or
      equivalent.

   e. Motor Vehicle Liability: The Consultant shall procure and maintain during the life of
      this contract Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance, including Michigan no-fault coverage,
      with limits of liability of not less than $500,000 per occurrence or combined single limit
      Bodily Injury and Property Damage. Coverage shall include all owned vehicles, all non-
      owned vehicles and all hired vehicles.




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f. Professional Liability Insurance: The Consultant shall procure and maintain during the
   life of this contract and during the performance of all services Professional Liability
   Insurance covering all performances from the beginning of the consultant's services on a
   "claims made basis" and shall maintain coverage from commencement of this contract
   until six (6) months following completion of the consultant's work with limits of liability
   not less than $500,000 per claim.

g. Additional Insured: Commercial General Liability and Motor Vehicle Liability
   Insurance, as described above, shall include an endorsement stating the following shall be
   "Additional Insured": The CITY OF MUSKEGON, all elected and appointed officials,
   all employees and volunteers, all boards, commissions and/or authorities and board
   members, including employees and volunteers thereof.

h. Cancellation Notice: Workers' Compensation Insurance, General Liability Insurance,
   Motor Vehicle Liability Insurance, and Professional Liability Insurance, as described
   above, shall include an endorsement stating the following: "It is understood and agreed
   that Thirty (30) Days Advance Written Notice of Cancellation, Non-Renewal, Reduction
   and/or Material Change shall be sent to: CITY OF MUSKEGON ENGINEERING
   DEPARTMENT.

i. Proof of Insurance Coverage: The Consultant shall provide the City at the time the
   contracts are returned by him for execution, certificates and policies as listed below:

   1. Two (2) copies of Certificate of Insurance for Workers' Compensation Insurance

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

   3. Two (2) copies of Certificate of Insurance for Vehicle Liability Insurance

   4. Two (2) copies of Certificate of Insurance for Professional Liability Insurance

   5. If so requested, certified copies of all policies mentioned above will be furnished.

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




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Attachment C: Approximate Route of Access Road
                                                                                Date: 3/22/2021
                                                                           Aerial Imaging: 2019

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Sent:                              Monday, May 3, 2021 10:12 AM
To:                                Leo Evans
Subject:                           Bid results


Habitat management of Michigan was the high bid on the log sale. Their bid was $22,750. There will be additional
revenue when they produce the Firewood , Hardwood scrag and small sawlogs. I would estimate additional revenue of
five to $8000.
My commission of 14% would be deducted from the total sale proceeds.
This bid is contingent upon the fact that he does the land clearing which I think will make a lot of sense and save the city
of Muskegon a lot of money.
I sent bids to at least five other sawmills and did not get any other response because of the short harvest window.
In my opinion you got a very good price on the timber and it makes a lot of sense to move forward with the proposal.
all I will need from you is the name that you want on the contract Thanks Randy

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                      680 S. Maple Island Rd, Muskegon, MI 49442 231 670-3004

                                                                                          April 26, 2021

City of Muskegon
Industrial Park Land Clear
Leo Evans
231-750-6369
Leo.evans@shorelinecity.com


Habitat Management of Michigan will cut and chip the designated trees within the clearing limits.
Property lines and clearing limits are the responsibility of the property developer.

Habitat Management of Michigan will also dig and grind the stumps within the clearing limits.

Habitat Management of Michigan will also remove all chips and grindings from the site.

Cost is $4,500.00/ per acre

Habitat Management of Michigan will purchase all of the small logs and firewood from the cleared site.

Habitat Management of Michigan will pay:

Small logs $25.00 per cord

Firewood $7.00 per cord



Agreed to by Property Developer:

___________________________________________________ Date:________________________
Leo Evans- City of Muskegon Representative



Agreed to by Habitat Management of Michigan:

____________________________________________________ Date:________________________
Eric Pratt
Habitat Management of Michigan
680 S. Maple Island Rd
Muskegon, MI 49442
231 670-3004
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11th, 2021                Title: Spring Street – Change Order #003

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:
Staff is seeking approval of Change Order #003 to the Spring Street Construction Project (590/591-
91851) with Jackson-Merkey Contractors and also for approval of Amendment #003 to the associated
Engineering Services Agreement with ENG, Inc.

Detailed Summary:
Staff worked with ENG, Inc. and Jackson-Merkey Contractors to identify a potential extension of the
project limits on Yuba Street from Eastern Avenue towards Giddings Avenue that would address a
particularly poor section of pavement in Yuba Street. Work on the adjacent section of Yuba Street was
completed last fall as a part of the larger Spring Street sewer upgrades though the worst section of
Yuba Street was not done at that time since it was not required of the sewer project.

Several other small projects have fallen off from the Local Streets budget combined with reduction in
expenses for maintenance on the local system as a results of COVID furloughs and a relatively light
winter. Additionally staff has been able to direct revenue from the sale of salvaged aggregates at the
former MDOC prison site into the local street fund creating additional revenue. These factors have all
combined to allow us enough flexibility within the local streets budget to recommend adding this
additional work on Yuba Street be incorporated into the current contract.

Work will include removal of the pavement for an additional ~700 FT of the worst section of Yuba
Street, repair of the existing curb and gutter, and placement of new asphalt. The total cost of this
change order is estimated at $148,609.25 which will push the project above the staff approval
thresholds for Change Orders outlined in the purchasing policy.

In addition to the change order with Jackson-Merkey staff is also requesting approval of an
amendment to the Engineering Services Agreement with ENG, Inc. in the amount of $60,180.00. This
is partially due to the additional work on Yuba Street and partially due to scope creep from the original
ESA that was established in 2018. The circumstances are very similar to the ESA Amendment we
approved with Prein & Newhof at the April 13th, 2021 meeting. The total engineering contract value
pending approval of this amendment is $300,405 which represents a total of 9% of the Construction
contract value which is a very good rate. The average engineering cost is typically 12%+.

The Change Order and $12,000 of the ESA Amendment are not eligible for inclusion with the
SRF/DWRF Bonding Programs and will be budgeted in the local street fund (203). The remaining
$48,180.00 of the ESA Amendment would likely be eligible for inclusion with the SRF/DWRF Bonding
Program and would fall within the already budgeted 6% Contingency on the $3M project.
Staff is recommending approval of both the change order with JMC and the Engineering Services
Agreement Amendment with ENG, Inc..


Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:
$160,609.25 (203-91851)                              $160,000.00 (203-91851) – 3rd Quarter RF
$48,180.00 (590/591-91851)                           $191,224.99 (590/591-91851) - Contingency

Fund(s) or Account(s): 203/590/591-91851             Fund(s) or Account(s): 203/590/591-91851

Recommended Motion:
Authorize staff to approve Change Order #003 to Project 91851 in the amount of $148,609.25 for the
extension of paving on Yuba Street and authorize staff to approve Amendment #003 in the amount of
$60,180.00 to the Engineering Services Agreement with ENG, Inc.


Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.
For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
 City of Muskegon                                                                                                                Change Order
 SRF Project No. 5675-01                                                                                                       Section 00900.3
 DWRF Project No. 7449-01
 Eng. Project No. 18051.00
                                                                SECTION 00900.3

                                                                CHANGE ORDER
                                                                                                                         No.            3


DATE OF ISSUANCE                      April 30, 2021                        EFFECTIVE DATE                                30-Apr-21


OWNER     City of Muskegon
CONTRACTOR              Jackson-Merkey Contractors, Inc.
Contract: 18051.00, Muskegon - SRF Project 4 & 10 Implementation
Project:
OWNER's Contract No.                                                  ENGINEER's Contract No.                                                 18051
ENGINEER Eng., Inc.

You are directed to make the following changes in the Contract Documents:
Description:
Increase existing contract quantities and add additional items and quantities per the attached Yuba Street Extension - Quantity Spreadsheet

Reason for Change Order:
Work extended to include portion of Yuba Street north of existing project limits.

Attachments: (List documents supporting change)



          CHANGE IN CONTRACT PRICE:                                                       CHANGE IN CONTRACT TIMES:
                                                                            Original Contract Times:
Original Contract Price                                                     Substantial Completion:
                      $3,075,529.30                                         Ready for final payment
                                                                                                      (days or dates)

Net Increase (Decrease) from previous Change Orders                         Net change from previous Change Orders No.______ To No:______
No. 1         To: 2                                                         Substantial Completion:
                $ (5,350.44)                                                Ready for final payment:
                                                                                                           (days)
                                                                            Contract Times prior to this Change Order:
Contract Price prior to this Change Order:                                  Substantial Completion:
                 $3,070,178.86                                              Ready for final payment:
                                                                                                           (days or dates)
                                                                            Net increase (decrease) this Change Order:
Net increase (decrease) of this Change Order:                               Substantial Completion:
                $ 148,609.25                                                Ready for final payment:
                                                                                                           (days)
                                                                            Contract Times with all approved Change Orders:
Contract Price with all approved Change Orders:                             Substantial Completion:
$               $3,218,788.11                                               Ready for final payment:
                                                                                                           (days or dates)

RECOMMENDED:                                      APPROVED:                                       ACCEPTED:

By:                                               By:                                             By:
ENGINEER (Authorized Signature)                   OWNER (Authorized Signature)                    CONTRACTOR (Authorized Signature)


Date:                                             Date:                                           Date:

                                                                END OF SECTION



                                                                  00900.3 - 1
MUSKEGON - SRF PROJECT 4 & 10 IMPLEMENTATION: CHANGE ORDER #3
YUBA STREET EXTENSION - QUANTITY SPREADSHEET
                                                                             EST
                         ITEM DESCRIPTION                            UNIT           UNIT PRICE AMOUNT
                                                                            QUANT
Mobilization, Yuba                                                 LS             1   $3,200.00   $3,200.00
Dr Structure, Rem                                                  Ea             2     $785.00   $1,570.00
Sewer, Rem, Less than 24 inch                                      Ft            30      $23.00    $690.00
Curb and Gutter, Rem                                               Ft           600       $4.75   $2,850.00
Pavt, Rem, Modified                                                Syd         2700       $3.00   $8,100.00
Machine Grading, Yuba                                              Sta            8   $1,275.00 $10,200.00
Erosion Control, Inlet Protection, Fabric Drop                     Ea             4     $130.00    $520.00
Erosion Control, Silt Fence                                        Ft           200       $3.00    $600.00
Subbase, CIP, Yuba                                                 Cyd          865      $12.00 $10,380.00
Aggregate Base, 5 inch                                             Syd          280       $6.50   $1,820.00
Aggregate Base, 10 inch                                            Syd          900      $10.75   $9,675.00
Sewer, Cl A, 12 inch, Tr Det B                                     Ft            65      $50.00   $3,250.00
Dr Structure Cover, Adj, Case 1                                    Ea             5     $620.00   $3,100.00
Dr Structure, 48 inch dia                                          Ea             2   $2,255.00   $4,510.00
Dr Structure, Temp Lowering                                        Ea             5     $425.00   $2,125.00
Dr Structure Cover, Modified, Yuba                                 Ea             2     $526.00   $1,052.00
HMA Approach                                                       Ton           60     $130.00   $7,800.00
HMA, 13A                                                           Ton          565      $99.60 $56,274.00
Curb and Gutter, Conc, Det F4, Yuba                                Ft           835      $19.95 $16,658.25
Sign, Type III, Erect, Salv                                        Ea             1     $150.00    $150.00
Sign, Type III, Rem                                                Ea             1     $150.00    $150.00
Pavt Mrkg, Waterborne, 4 inch, Yellow                              Ft           160       $0.50      $80.00
Pavt Mrkg, Waterborne, 2nd Application, 4 inch, Yellow             Ft           160       $0.50      $80.00
Barricade, Type III, High Intensity, Double Sided, Lighted, Furn   Ea             6     $120.00    $720.00
Barricade, Type III, High Intensity, Double Sided, Lighted, Oper   Ea             6       $5.00      $30.00
Plastic Drum, High Intensity, Furn                                 Ea            20      $29.00    $580.00
Plastic Drum, High Intensity, Oper                                 Ea            20       $1.00      $20.00
Sign, Type B, Temp, Prismatic, Furn                                Sft          125       $4.00    $500.00
Sign, Type B, Temp, Prismatic, Oper                                Sft          125       $1.00    $125.00
Turf Establishment, Performance                                    Syd          450       $4.00   $1,800.00
                                                                             TOTAL              $148,609.25

Denotes modified unit price
                                                         4063 Grand Oak Drive      16930 Robbins Road
                     With offices in Lansing             Suite A109                Suite 105
                          and Grand Haven                Lansing, MI 48911         Grand Haven, MI 49417
                              engdot.com                 517.887.1100              616.743.7070




May 4, 2021


Mr. Leo Evans, PE, Director
Department of Public Works
City of Muskegon
1350 Keating Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49442

               RE:     Contract Amendment No. 3, FY 2019
                       SRF/DWRF Project Implementation
                       Spring Street Sewer Re-Route

Dear Mr. Evans:

As we discussed, this letter is a request for a contract amendment to include additional design and
construction engineering services for the referenced project. The additional scope of work includes
design and construction engineering to extend the roadway improvements on Yuba Street
approximately 750 feet further north of our current project limit near Eastern Avenue.          The
amendment also includes additional construction engineering for the increased timeframe to
complete the original work on the Spring Street and the Bourdon alley sewer projects which are still
on-going.

Yuba Street Improvements Extension:

The Yuba Street improvements would consist of removing the existing pavement, spot curb and
gutter repairs, machine grading to repair the vertical profile deficiencies, drainage improvements,
and HMA paving. We anticipate this work will be done concurrently or immediately following the
work on Spring Street and we anticipate a 4-week construction duration.

Based on this understanding of the additional scope of services we anticipate the following costs:

       Design Phase:             $4,500
       Construction Phase:       $7,500

Spring Street Construction Phase:

Our original proposal for the Spring Street and Bourdon alley sewer was prepared in October 2018
prior to any design work being completed and based upon an assumed 22-week construction
duration. The construction inspection, administration, and engineering supervision hours were
based upon the 22-week timeframe. The additional construction duration has occurred primarily due
to the reasons listed below:

   •   Additional water main (utilizing DWRF funds) and sidewalk work on Spring Street being
       added to the construction contract.
   •   Difficulty of construction in Spring Street between Clay and Webster due to existing utilities,
       poor soils, and soil and groundwater contamination that must be adequately treated.
   •   Modification of sanitary sewer crossing across Shoreline Drive from bore and jack to open
       cut construction (which saved significant costs on the construction end)
   •   The work has spanned across two construction seasons.



                                                                    It’s who we are and what we do.
The construction contractor, Jackson-Merkey (JMC), also had multiple crews working during the
September to October 2020 portion of the project and at multiple sites which required more than one
construction observer to be on-site to cover all the critical work being completed.

Construction of the original project resumed on March 23 with approximately $1.3 million dollars of
the JMC construction contract remaining. We anticipate 8 additional weeks of construction
timeframe from our original proposal with the following breakdown of additional fees:

        Construction Inspection (55 hrs/wk):        $35,200
        Construction Staking:                       $ 1,940
        Construction Administration (8 hrs/wk):     $ 6,080
        Engineering Supervision (4 hrs/wk):         $ 4,960

Summary:

The following summarizes the additional fees requested:

        Yuba Street Improvements Extension:         $12,000
        Spring Street Construction Phase:           $48,180

        Total Additional:                           $60,180

The contract amendment, if approved, would adjust our contract amount from $240,225 to $300,405.
This is approximately 9% of the construction cost.

Thank you for your consideration of this request. If this request meets with your approval, please
sign and date it where indicated below to authorize the contract amendment, and return it to our
office.

Sincerely,

Eng., Inc.



Ryan C. McEnhill, PE
President




Proposed Contract Amendment accepted by the City of Muskegon:



Authorized Signature                                 Date



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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5/11/2021                  Title: 425 Agreement Business Park North
                                                    Removal

Submitted By: Jake Eckholm                          Department: Economic Development

Brief Summary: The department has gotten signatures on the purchase agreement for 902 Pine in
exchange for disposition of the 425 Agreement at Business Park North. The attached resolution is
to that end, per Commission instruction by motion.

Detailed Summary:
The attached resolution removes the City of Muskegon from the 425 Shared Jurisdiction
Agreement between Muskegon County, Dalton Township, and ourselves. The resolution is
contingent on the approval of similar documents from both other parties.



Amount Requested: 0                                Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: A motion to approve the resolution as presented.



For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON

                       COUNTY OF MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN

       At a regular meeting of the City of Muskegon City Commission, held on the ___

day of May, 2021, at 5:30 p.m.

PRESENT:

ABSENT:

       The following preamble and resolution was offered by                      and

supported by                 .

                                  RESOLUTION NO.

  RESOLUTION TO TERMINATE THE CONTRACT FOR CONDITIONAL
TRANSFER OF JURISDICTION BETWEEN DALTON TOWNSHIP AND THE
CITY OF MUSKEGON AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
       COUNTY OF MUSKEGON AND THE CITY OF MUSKEGON


       WHEREAS, Dalton Township and the City of Muskegon entered into a Contract

for Conditional Transfer of Jurisdiction (“Contract”) pursuant to Public Act 425 of 1985

on September 24, 2002;

       WHEREAS, the County of Muskegon and the City of Muskegon entered into a

Development Agreement City of Muskegon Renaissance Zone (“Development

Agreement”) as part of the Conditional Transfer of Jurisdiction referenced above in

October of 2002; and

       WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon hereby determines that the purpose of the

Economic Development Project upon which that Contract and Development Agreement

were based was not achieved, and will not in the future be achieved, by the Contract and

Development Agreement as a result of the expiration of the Renaissance Zone tax credit,
and that the Development Agreement and Contract have become an obstacle to

development of the transferred area; and

          WHEREAS, Dalton Township, the County of Muskegon and the City of Muskegon

desire the termination of said Contract and the Development Agreement and the City of

Muskegon approves of the termination of the Contract and Development Agreement; and

          WHEREAS, Dalton Township, the County of Muskegon and the City of Muskegon

desire the termination to take effect immediately upon the approval of all three parties; and

          WHEREAS, Dalton Township and the City of Muskegon both desire the

transferred area to return to Dalton and its jurisdiction with no cost of infrastructure

installed or financed, and no liability for debt service or indebtedness being owed by

Dalton;

          NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City of Muskegon City

Commission approves the termination of the Contract for Conditional Transfer of

Jurisdiction between Dalton Township and the City of Muskegon dated September 24,

2002 and the Development Agreement City of Muskegon Renaissance Zone between the

County of Muskegon and City of Muskegon executed in October of 2002; and

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City of Muskegon City Commission

approves the termination of the Contract and Development Agreement immediately upon

approval of all three parties with the transferred area returning to Dalton, with no cost of

infrastructure installed or financed, and no liability for debt service or indebtedness being

owed by the City of Muskegon; and




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       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Mayor and Clerk are hereby authorized

and directed to sign an appropriate agreement with Dalton Township and the County of

Muskegon terminating the Contract and the Development Agreement on the terms

expressed in this Resolution.

       AYES:

        NAYS:

RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.


                                              Ann Marie Meisch
                                              City of Muskegon City Clerk

STATE OF MICHIGAN  )
                   ) ss.
COUNTY OF MUSKEGON )

       I, the undersigned, the duly qualified Clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan (the “City”) do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete
copy of a resolution adopted by the Township at a regular meeting held on May ____,
2021, the original of which is on file in my office. Public notice of said meeting was given
pursuant to and in compliance with Act No. 267, Public Acts of Michigan, 1976, as
amended.

       IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereto affixed my official signature this ____
day of May 2021.


                                              Ann Marie Meisch, Clerk
                                              City of Muskegon




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                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                     Title: Finance Director Appointment

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                              Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: Staff is recommending the appointment of Ken Grant to the position of Finance Director,
effective May 31, 2021.

Detailed Summary: Current Finance Director Beth Lewis announced her retirement effective May 31, 2021.
The Finance Director position was advertised in an open and competitive manner. All applicants that met
the minimum standards were invited to participate in the oral examinations. The exam was administered
by the County Human Resources Department in the same manner as all other oral examinations at the City
of Muskegon. A three-person panel consisting of Beth Lewis, Dwana Thompson, and Frank Peterson scored
the applicants. Ken Grant was identified as the top candidate and was provided a conditional offer of
employment pending City Commission approval.

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: Appoint Ken Grant as Finance Director effective May 31, 2021.

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                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                     Title: Sale – 246 Monroe Ave

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                              Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned home at 246 Monroe to Andrea
Riegler.

Detailed Summary: The city constructed this townhouse as part of the phase two of our infill housing
program. Our contract to construct the home was $164,470. We also anticipated $11,512 in sales
commissions. The accepted purchase price is $174,900, and the incurred sales commissions are $12,775.
After receipt of the initial purchase agreement, an addendum was provided to increase the sales price by
$29,879 and obligate the builder to finish the living space in the basement level. Staff is recommending
that the purchase agreement and addendum be approved, and 246 Monroe be sold to Andrea Riegler at a
cost of $204,779.

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 249 Monroe Ave, as described
in the attached purchase agreement and addendum.

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                                                         WEST MICHIGAN REGIONAL PURCHASE AGREEMENT
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         DATE:                          04/24/2021                 ,                         (time)                                       MLS #                  21007237

         SELLING OFFICE:                          West Urban Realty            BROKER LIC.#:                                REALTOR® PHONE:                     616 874 7085

         LISTING OFFICE:                             RE/MAX West               REALTOR® PHONE:                     231 733-1236

        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:                              Reggie Balcom                   Email:            remaxreggie@gmail.com          Lic.#:

             Alternate Selling Agent Name:                                             Email:                                   Lic.#:
         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                              . 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:                                            New Construction
                 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)
                                                                        246 Monroe Avenue, 3, Muskegon, MI 49440
             with the following legal description and tax parcel ID numbers:
              Legal: Unit 246, Midtown Condominium, a Condominium according to the Master Deed recorded in Liber 4242, Page 355, as amended,
              in the Office of the Muskegon County Register of Deeds, and designated as Muskegon County Condominium Subdivision Plan No. 214,
                  together with rights in general common elements and limited common elements as set forth in said Master Deed, and amended
             PP#                                                                       24-205-367-0009-20                                                                               .
           The following paragraph applies only if the Premises include unplatted land:
           Seller agrees to grant Buyer at closing the right to make (insert number)          N/A        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 $                174900.00
                                                 one hundred seventy-four thousand nine hundred                                            U.S. Dollars
        7. Seller Concessions, if any:                                                                           NONE


        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          conventional          type        30       (year) mortgage in the amount of       95     % of the Purchase Price
                   bearing interest at a rate not to exceed       TBD      % 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        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 $              N/A        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:
                                                                          refrigerator, stove, microwave and dishwasher




              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:

         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:                                 Buyer side to close at Lakeshore/Transtaion Title


         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:

         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
                        05/31/2021           . 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
             from the Property.


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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                             10 a,m.                     (time) on
                          04/25/2021             (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 $                1000.00
             shall be submitted to                                   Premier Lakeshore Title                                 (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:

                                 Buyer to have 10 days after offer acceptance to review condo bylaws and all pertinent information.
                                                             Buyers financing through Huntington Bank, Holly Engel.




         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.

                                                         246 Monroe Avenue, 3, Muskegon, MI 49440                                            04/24/2021
                                                 Subject Property Address/Description                                                          Date                 Time
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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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              Buyer 1 Phone: (Res.)                                     (Bus.)                                                             Andrea Riegler
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              Buyer 2 Address                                                                               X                                                                        Buyer
              Buyer 2 Phone: (Res.)                                     (Bus.)
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        31. Seller’s Response: The above offer is approved:                        As written.      As written except:




             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                                  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
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            X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):
                                                Frank Peterson                                                                 04/24/21 7:00 PM EDT
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                                                 Frank Peterson                                                         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.
             X (Buyer’s Signature, Date, Time):

             X (Buyer’s Signature, Date, Time):

        37. Seller’s Receipt: Seller acknowledges receipt of Buyer’s acceptance of counter offer.
             X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):

             X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):



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                              Re/Max West                                         231-730-5225

                              West Urban Realty



                                     One                          05/24/2021

                   246 Monroe Avenue



                  Sale Price to be increased $29,879 to a final amount of $204,779. This new price will include a
                  finished lower level, bedroom, living area and full bathroom, finishes will be the same or similar to
                  what is currently completed.
                  The amount of $29,879 will be held in escrow at closing and to be released to Dusendang Homes
                  upon construction completion. Commission to agents will paid only on initial listing saleprice not
                  on upgrades.




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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                 Title: Purchase of a Truck for Elections

Submitted By: Ann Meisch                              Department: City Clerk

Brief Summary: DPW has located a 2011 GMC Sierra for a total of $19,500 for the City Clerk’s
Office.

Detailed Summary: The City Clerk’s Office has grant monies left to purchase a vehicle to pull the
Muskegon Votes trailer. My Auto Imports has a 2011 GMC Sierra 1500 SLE with 50,000 miles on it
for $19,500 out the door.

Amount Requested: $19,500                            Amount Budgeted: Election Grant Funds

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

Recommended Motion: To authorize staff to purchase the vehicle in the amount of $19,500.

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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                     Title: Sale – 235 Monroe Ave

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                              Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned home at 235 Monroe to Tammy
and Dave Whynot.

Detailed Summary: The city constructed this townhouse as part of the phase two of our infill housing
program. Our contract to construct the home was $164,470. We also anticipated $11,512 in sales
commissions. The accepted purchase price is $182,900, and the incurred sales commissions are $12,803.
Staff is recommending that the purchase agreement be approved, and 235 Monroe be sold at a cost of
$182,900 to Tammy and Dave Whynot.

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 235 Monroe Ave, as described
in the attached purchase agreement.

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


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Commission Action:
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                                                         WEST MICHIGAN REGIONAL PURCHASE AGREEMENT
                                                                                                                                                       #         1
         DATE:                         05/09/2021                ,                      (time)                              MLS #

         SELLING OFFICE:                       West Urban Realty LLC        BROKER LIC.#:        6506015435   REALTOR® PHONE:                    616-366-2459

         LISTING OFFICE:                      West Urban Realty LLC        REALTOR® PHONE:

        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:                      Mariana Murillo VanDam            Email: mariana@westurbanrealtymi.c Lic.#:                 6506015435

             Alternate Selling Agent Name:                                             Email:                                   Lic.#:
         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                              . 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:                                       new construction warranty.
                 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)
                                                                       235 Monroe Ave, Muskegon, MI 49441
             with the following legal description and tax parcel ID numbers:
                 Unit 235, Midtown 2 Condominium, a Condominium according to the Master Deed recorded in Liber 4242,
                Page 355, as amended, in the Office of the Muskegon County Register of Deeds, and designated as Muskegon
             PP#                                                                 24-205-379-0003-10                                                                         .
           The following paragraph applies only if the Premises include unplatted land:
           Seller agrees to grant Buyer at closing the right to make (insert number)          na         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 $                 182,900
                                                  one hundred eighty-two thousand nine hundred                                             U.S. Dollars
        7. Seller Concessions, if any:                                                                 none


        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                                type                 (year) mortgage in the amount of              % of the Purchase Price
                   bearing interest at a rate not to exceed                % 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                    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 $                         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:
                    bridge loan
                   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:
                builder to replace electric range to a gas range. Builder to spray foam in the upper plat area in the basement.


              but does not include:


                                                         235 Monroe Ave, Muskegon, MI 49441                                   05/09/2021
                                                 Subject Property Address/Description                                           Date                 Time
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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:

         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:                            Transnation Title is the title company for buyer and seller.


        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:

         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
                       06/11/2021           . 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
             from the Property.


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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                              5pm                        (time) on
                         05/10/2021             (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
            shall be submitted to                                      Transnation Title                                   (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:
            all kitchen appliance to remain, except the exchange out of the electrical range to a gas range.




         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.

              Buyer 1 Address                            488 Horton St, Muskegon, MI 49445               X                                                               Buyer
              Buyer 1 Phone: (Res.)                 231-206-9811      (Bus.)
                                                                                                                 Print name as you want it to appear on documents.

              Buyer 2 Address                                                                            X                                                               Buyer
              Buyer 2 Phone: (Res.)                                   (Bus.)
                                                                                                                 Print name as you want it to appear on documents.


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




             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:                        255 W Western Ave, Muskegon, MI 49440                 Listing Broker License #
             Listing Agent Name:                                Mariana Murillo VanDam                          Listing Agent License #                       6506015435

        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
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                                                Frank Peterson                                                                05/10/21 9:04 AM EDT
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                                                Frank Peterson                                                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.
             X (Buyer’s Signature, Date, Time):

             X (Buyer’s Signature, Date, Time):

        37. Seller’s Receipt: Seller acknowledges receipt of Buyer’s acceptance of counter offer.
             X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):

             X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):



                                                         235 Monroe Ave, Muskegon, MI 49441                                               05/09/2021
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                           Agenda Item Review Form
                           Muskegon City Commission
Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                     Title: Sale – 244 Monroe Ave

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                              Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned home at 244 Monroe to
Michael and Darci Banks.

Detailed Summary: The city constructed this townhouse as part of the phase two of our infill housing
program. Our contract to construct the home was $164,470. We also anticipated $11,512 in sales
commissions. The accepted purchase price is $174,900, and the incurred sales commissions are $12,775.
Staff is recommending that the purchase agreement be approved, and 244 Monroe be sold to Michael and
Darci Banks at a cost of $174,900.

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 244 Monroe Ave, as described
in the attached purchase agreement.

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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                 Title: 5 year Regional Consolidated
                                                      Plan/Annual Action Plan Hearing

Submitted By: Oneata Bailey                           Department: Community and Neighborhood
                                                      Services

Brief Summary: The cities of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights and Norton Shores are preparing a 5-
year Regional Consolidated Plan along with a municipal Annual Action Plan for 2021. This
document will present strategies and prioritization of programs that will assist our community
residents through CDBG and HOME HUD allocations.



Detailed Summary: See attached Regional Consolidated/Annual Action Plans synopsis sheet.



Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:

Fund(s) or Account(s):CDBG - $974,379.00             Fund(s) or Account(s):HOME - $336,456.00

Recommended Motion:
To allow the public to comment and respond to the proposed 5-year Regional Consolidated Plan
and Annual Action Plan 2021.



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5 Year (2021-2015) Regional Consolidated Plan and 2021 Annual Action Plan SYNOPSIS

The city of Muskegon is in partnership with the cities of Muskegon Heights and Norton Shores to submit
a Regional Consolidated Plan covering strategies and priorities for each of our distinct communities. As
a result of our Needs Assessment, the Consolidated Plan will cover our individual, city Annual Action
Plans which are expected to begin July 1, 2021.

Specific goals listed are collective outcome indicators to meet the needs of our citizens;
Rental Rehab

Home Repairs

Senior Assistance

Code Enforcement

Improved Neighborhoods

Homebuyer Assistance/Education

Acquisition Development Resale

Demolition

Fair Housing

Legal Services

Neighborhood Policing/Fire Safety

Public Facilities

Public Services

Youth Opportunities

Streets

Direct Financial Assistance to Homebuyers

Homelessness/Shelter Assistance

Businesses

HIV/AIDS Housing

Jobs Created/Job Training

Mental Health/Health Services

Person with Disabilities/Special Needs

Food Assistance



Please note that italicized goals above are new services identified to address some current struggles
facing our community converging crises: COVID-19, Economic, Climate Change and Racial Equity. The
emphasis is to provide relief to citizens affected and to develop a move toward a complete recovery.
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 05/11/2021                 Title: Motion to Reconsider Community
                                                    enCompass Development Agreement
                                                    Amendment

Submitted By: Commissioner German                   Department:

Brief Summary: Commissioner German is requesting possible reconsideration of the request for d
the Community enCompass Development Agreement Amendment

Detailed Summary: At the April 27, 2021 meeting there was a “Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-
Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to approve the amendment to the development agreement
as presented.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Rinsmea-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and Gawron
             Nays: German
*Commissioner Ramsey disclosed a conflict of interest and did not vote on this item. The City
Charter requires a unanimous vote of the remaining members to pass a motion where a conflict of
interest is noted.
MOTION FAILS

Amount Requested:                                  Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion:
To reconsider the motion to approve the amendment to the development agreement with
Community enCompass.




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Commission Action:
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5/11/2021                   Title: Community enCompass Development
                                                     Agreement Amendment

Submitted By: Jake Eckholm                           Department: Economic Development

Brief Summary: The lot at 1259 Sanford has been removed from the agreement, and an alternative
city owned lot will take its place to be determined by city staff.

Detailed Summary: The Muskegon County Land Bank elected to not execute the purchase
agreement for 1259 Sanford that was previously approved. The prices for materials and the homes
keeps increasing on the manufacturer side and we need to execute the development agreement
soon, so staff is recommending that the agreement be amended with language to add a third city
owned lot that will be determined during project implementation. The city has many lots still
available in the McLaughlin neighborhood in proximity to the other two lots that would suit the
single family housing design, but we have not cleared title on a specific one to add to this
agreement as of yet. Approving the development agreement amendment and giving staff latitude
will help ensure that we complete these affordable homes in this building season, deliver the most
units possible within the budget, and also keep the project on track financially by allowing us to
move forward with the unit purchases before we are exposed to further material price increases.

Amount Requested: $0                                Amount Budgeted: N/A

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

Recommended Motion: Motion to approve the amended development agreement as presented.



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                         RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT

         This Agreement is effective on __________________, 2020 (“Effective Date”) between
Community encompass, of 19 Hartford Ave, Muskegon, MI 49442_ (“Builder”) and
THE CITY OF MUSKEGON of 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49440 (“Owner”) with reference to
the following facts:

                                              Background

         Builder and Owner (individually, a “Party” or collectively, “Parties”) agree that Builder shall
construct three (3) single family residences (the “Residences”) for Owner on the terms and conditions set
forth in this Agreement and in the general conditions attached as Exhibit A (“General Conditions”).

        The parties agree as follows:

        1. Building Site. Owner owns the building site located on the real estate located at
    180 Houston Street, 1141 Jefferson Street, and 1259 Sanford Street a residential lot to be determined
    by Owner, and legally described on Exhibit B (the “Property”). Owner has agreed to hire Builder to
    build the Residences on the Property.

        2. The Residences. Builder shall build the Residence in accordance with the plans and
    specifications attached as Exhibit C (the “Plans”).

       3. Price. The price for constructing the Residences shall be Five Hundred-Seventy Thousand
    Dollars ($570,000) (“Price”).

        4. Estimated Completion Date. Builder shall commence construction of the Residence within
    30 days from the Effective Date (“Commencement Date”). Builder shall complete the Residence
    within _20_ weeks of the Commencement Date (“Completion Date”).

         5. General Conditions. Owner and Builder agree to all of the General Conditions attached to
    this Agreement as Exhibit A.


                                                         Builder –______________


                                                         By:      ________________________________
                                                         Name:    ________________________________
                                                         Title:   ________________________________
                                                         Date:    ________________________________


                                                         Owner –THE CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                         By:      ________________________________
                                                         Name:    ________________________________
                                                         Title:   ________________________________
                                                         Date:    ________________________________
                                              EXHIBIT A

                                     GENERAL CONDITIONS

    1. Payment of the Price. The Price shall be paid in accordance with the following schedule
(“Payment Schedule”):

           a.   Foundation installed..............................….... 20% of the Price
           b.   Mechanicals installed..........................….... 40% of the Price
           c.   Certificate of Occupancy..................…....... 30% of the Price
           d.   Completion of Punch List Items………….. 10% of the Price

        2. Costs Included in Price. Unless excluded by Section 3 or adjusted as set forth in
   Sections 4 or 5, the Price is fixed and includes all cost of labor and materials purchased, including
   all sales taxes incurred by Builder, for complete construction of the Residence. Price is not based
   on allowances or estimates of costs for items to be added to the Residence. The Price includes:

           a.   A security system;
           b.   A driveway
           c.   Curb cut (Builder may use existing curb cut unless damaged);
           d.   Sod/seed over the entire front, back and side yards;
           e.   A street tree;
           f.   A small landscape package along each side of the Residence with street frontage;
           g.   Edging and mulch;


       3. Costs Excluded From Price. Owner shall be responsible for each of the following items
   and the cost of each item shall be excluded from the Price and the sole responsibility of Owner:

           a. Lot Lines. Prior to the Commencement Date Owner shall own the Property with new
           lot lines established as depicted on the Site Plan.

           b. Site Preparation. Prior to the Commencement Date, Owner will prepare the Property
           for construction of the Residence, including the removal of the following:

                    i.        existing fences;
                    ii.       community garden;
                    iii.      existing sidewalks; and,
                    iv.       debris.

           c. Water and Sewer Leads. Owner will provide water and sewer leads to the Residence.

           d. Permit and Connection Fees. Owner shall be responsible for any municipal permits,
           connection fees, tap fees or assessments, including sewer and water connection fees.

           e. Site Variance. Any abnormal site conditions discovered during excavation will be
           communicated to Owner along with an estimated cost to proceed with construction.
           Examples include such items as buried debris, bad soils, or rear yard drainage constraints.
           Any additional site work required will be corrected by Owner unless Owner authorizes
           Builder to correct any site variance issues in writing and the appropriate Change Order is
           fully executed.


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            f. Damaged Curb Cuts. Any damaged curb cuts will either be approved for use or
            removed by Owner.

            g. Irrigation. Irrigation can be added for $3,000, provided the appropriate Change Order
            is fully executed.

            h. Future Security System Service Fees. Ongoing monitoring service fees will be the
            responsibility of Owner or subsequent owner.

    4. Modifications/Extras. No modifications to the Plans (“Modifications”) or requests for
additional construction (“Extras”), the cost of which exceed $200, shall be binding upon either party,
unless the Modifications or Extras are set forth on a written Change Order that is signed by Builder
and Owner in substantially the form as attached Exhibit E (“Change Order”). The Change Order must
provide a detailed description of the Modifications or Extras and the cost or credit to be charged. In
those instances where a Change Order increases or decreases the Price by more than $200 (“Adjusted
Price”), the Adjusted Price shall be paid according to the remaining portion of the Payment Schedule.

    5. Minor Modifications. Builder and Owner may from time to time agree on minor
modifications, the cost for which is less than $200 (“Minor Modifications”). Minor Modifications
may only be made by agreement between Builder and Owner, provided such agreement need not be
in writing. The cost or credit for Minor Modifications shall be added to or credited against the Price
and paid according to the remaining portion of the Payment Schedule.

     6. Payments, Sworn Statement and Lien Waivers. Payments required by the Payment
Schedule shall be made within 10 days of Builder’s invoice by Owner to Transnation Title Insurance
Company of 570 Seminole, Muskegon, Michigan 49441(the “Title Company”). Builder will deliver
to the Title Company a sworn statement showing all amounts due for labor and materials furnished in
connection with construction of the Residence or other improvements to the Property through the date
of Builder’s invoice together with waivers of lien showing all amounts from any previous draw have
been paid in full. The Title Company shall pay Builder per the Payment Schedule within 2 business
days of approval by the Title Company of the last sworn statement provided proper partial
unconditional waivers of lien from Builder and for each supplier and sub-contractor to whom
payment has been made are received and approved by the Title Company.

     7. Possession. Owner shall be entitled to possession of the Residence upon payment of the Price
in full.

    8. Extension of Dates. Any date may be extended by agreement of the Builder and Owner and
the Commencement Date and the Completion Date may be extended as a result of circumstances
beyond the control of Builder, including, but not limited to, delays caused by suppliers or
subcontractors, delays for utility hook-ups, Acts of God, labor disputes, governmental inspections,
regulations, or permit processes, material back orders, Owner’s requests for Change Orders, fire,
injury or disability to Builder, or weather.

    9. Builder's Warranties. Builder shall complete the Residence and all improvements on the
Property timely and in a first class manner. All building materials used in the construction of the
Residence shall be new. Builder guarantees its workmanship for a period of 12 months from the date
of sale or lease of the Residence to a party other than Owner or 24 months from the date of the
Certificate of Occupancy, whichever first occurs (“Warranty Period”). This warranty is fully
transferable by Owner and may be assigned to a 3rd party. Within the Warranty Period, Builder may
replace, at its option, any materials incorporated into the Residence which are defective. To make a
claim under this warranty, Owner or its successor must give Builder written notice of any such defect

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in the workmanship and/or materials promptly upon discovery and not later than expiration of the
Warranty Period. This warranty does not apply to workmanship or materials requiring repair or
replacement because of normal wear and tear, natural settling or mold. Builder shall turn over and
transfer to Owner all manufacturers’ warranties that are delivered directly to Builder by the
manufacturer at the time of final payment by Owner. In addition to this warranty between Builder and
Owner and successors of Owner, Builder shall also provide to Owner and successors of Owner at no
cost to Owner the Ten Year Warranty for New Homes provided by Residential Warranty Company,
LLC attached as Exhibit F (“Long Term Warranty”). Nothing in the Long Term Warranty shall limit
the scope of the warranties provided by Builder to Owner or its successors.

     10. Owner's Warranties. Owner covenants and warrants that Owner owns the Property in fee
simple, free and clear of all liens, except for those encumbrances specifically set forth on Exhibit G.
Owner shall provide evidence satisfactory to Builder, such as a commitment for title insurance issued
by the Title Company, which indicates such ownership. Owner shall locate the exact location of the
Residence on the Property. All corners of the Property and the Residence shall be clearly marked
with surveyor stakes. Owner covenants and agrees that such location is in compliance with all
applicable federal, state, and local rules and regulations, including, but not limited to, building
restrictions, set-back requirements and zoning ordinances.

    11. License. Builder is a residential builder and a residential maintenance and alteration
contractor and is required to be licensed under article 24 of Act 299 of the Public Acts of 1980, as
amended, being sections 339.2401 to 399.2412 of the Michigan Compiled Laws. An electrician is
required to be licensed under Act No. 217 of the Public Acts of 1956, as amended, being sections
338.881 to 338.892 of the Michigan Compiled Laws. A Plumber is required to be licensed under Act
No. 266 of the Public Acts of 1929, as amended, being sections 338.901 to 338.917 of the Michigan
Compiled Laws. Builder is licensed by the State of Michigan as a licensed Michigan Contractor and
maintains its license in good standing. Builder's License number is 2101131848 respectively.

    12. Laws, Ordinances and Regulations. In connection with the construction of the Residence,
Builder shall meet and comply with all applicable laws, ordinances, and regulations.

    13. Notice of Commencement. Owner shall deliver a Notice of Commencement in accordance
with the Michigan Construction Lien Act within ten days of the Effective Date.

     14. Risk of Loss. Until a Certificate of Occupancy is issued for the Residence the risk of loss for
the Residence lies solely with Builder. Provided, Owner shall be solely responsible for building
materials on Property and Owner shall reimburse Builder for the cost of building materials vandalized
or stolen from the Property.

    15. Insurance. Builder shall procure and maintain an “all risk” insurance policy and shall name
Owner as an additional named insured. Builder shall maintain a policy of builder's insurance fully
insuring the Residence from the date construction commences until the date of substantial
completion. Owner may also maintain a policy of insurance on their interest in the Residence. Builder
shall also carry public liability insurance with coverage limits not less than $1,000,000 single-limit
coverage and worker's compensation insurance in an amount not less than the statutory minimum.
Such policies shall name Owner as an additional named insured. Builder shall provide Owner with
evidence of such insurance upon request. Owner and Builder waive all rights against each other for
damages caused by fire or other perils to the extent covered by insurance provided under this
paragraph.

    16. Diligent Pursuit. Builder shall diligently pursue its obligations under this Agreement.


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     17. Default. If either Party believes that the other Party has failed to comply with this
Agreement (“Default”), the non-defaulting Party shall provide the Defaulting Party not less than 10
days written notice of such non-compliance, a list of the non-defaulting Party’s specific complaints,
and a reasonable time within which the defaulting Party shall cure the Default (“Default Notice”). If
the defaulting Party fails to cure the Default within the period of time specified in the Default Notice,
the non-defaulting Party may pursue any and all remedies available, including specific performance
in that there may not be an adequate remedy at law. In addition, Owner may replace Builder with
another party to complete construction and may deduct from the Price any amount paid by Owner to
such third party to complete construction in accordance with the Plans. In the event either Party takes
any action to enforce this Agreement, the prevailing Party shall reimburse the other Party for all
expenses incurred by the prevailing Party, including attorney fees.

    18. Cross Default. Contemporaneously with the execution of this Agreement, Owner and
Builder are entering into ____similar agreements for the construction of homes similar to the
Residence on each of the ______ lots depicted on the Site Plan (“Other Agreements”). Owner and
Builder agree that a default of this Agreement or any of the Other Agreements shall constitute a
default of all Other Agreements and this Agreement.

    19. Dispute Resolution. Any claim or demand of either party arising out of this Agreement,
including without limitation, claims of fraud, misrepresentation, warranty or negligence and that
exceeds $5,500 in value shall be submitted to binding arbitration. The parties shall attempt to agree
on a mutually agreeable independent arbitrator. If the parties are unable to mutually agree on an
arbitrator, and arbitrator shall be selected in accordance with the rules of the American Arbitration
Association. The arbitration shall be conducted in accordance with the rules of the American
Arbitration Association, Home Construction Arbitration Rules and Mediation Procedures. A Circuit
Court judgment may render judgment upon the award made pursuant to this Agreement. This
Agreement is specifically made subject to and incorporates the provisions of the Michigan Arbitration
Act, MCL 600.5001 et seq. The cost of such arbitration shall be divided equally between both
parties. Neither Party shall be required to submit to arbitration any claim or demand of a value less
than $5,500.

    20. Miscellaneous.

            a. Authority to Bind Owner. No approval, agreement or consent and no document
    signed in connection with this Agreement shall be binding on Owner unless made, given or
    signed by Frank Peterson or Jake Eckholm.

            b. Applicable Law. This Agreement is executed in, shall be governed by, and construed
    and interpreted in accordance with the laws of the State of Michigan.

            c. Entire Agreement. This writing shall constitute the entire Agreement, and shall
    supersede any other Agreements, written or oral, that may have been made or entered into by the
    parties with respect to the subject matter hereof, and shall not be modified or amended, except in
    a subsequent writing signed by the party against whom enforcement thereof is sought.

            d. Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding upon, inure to the benefit of, and be
    enforceable by the parties and their respective legal representatives, successors, assigns, officers,
    directors, employees, agents, heirs, executors, and administrators.

             e. Full Execution. This Agreement requires the signature of both parties. Until fully
    executed on a single copy or in counterparts, this Agreement is of no binding force or effect, and
    if not fully executed, this Agreement is void.

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

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

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

        i. No Discrimination. Discrimination on the basis of religion, race, creed, color,
national origin, age, sex, marital status, or handicapped condition by either party in respect to the
construction of the Residence is prohibited.

        j. Assignment or Delegation. Neither Builder nor Owner may assign all or any part of
this Agreement. Provided, that Builder may delegate all or any part of its obligations to perform
the services under this Agreement, to any persons or entities that Builder, in its sole discretion,
deems appropriate, including sub-contractors. Such delegation shall be at the sole expense of
Builder unless otherwise provided.

         k. Notices. Any notices required or permitted to be given under this Agreement must be
in writing and sent to the address shown below (or such subsequent address as may be designated
by either party in writing) by certified mail, return receipt requested and postage prepaid, a
recognized courier service (Federal Express, UPS, or DHL), or by email with confirmation of
delivery received. The notice will be effective upon receipt.

To Builder:

                 19 Hartford Ave,
                 Muskegon, MI 49442
                 Attn: Kimi George
                 Phone: 231-728-3117
                 E-mail: Kimi@communityencompass.org

To Owner:
                 City of Muskegon
                 933 Terrace Street
                 P.O. Box 536
                 Muskegon, MI 49443-0536
                 Attn: Jake Eckholm
                 Phone: 231-724-6780
                 Fax: 231-722-1214
                 E-mail: jake.eckholm@shorelinecity.com




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With a contemporaneous copy to:

                Parmenter O'Toole
                601 Terrace Street
                P.O. Box 786
                Muskegon, Michigan 49443-0786
                Attn: John Schrier
                Phone: 231-722-5401
                Fax: 231-722-5501
                Email: john@parmenterlaw.com

          l. Time is of the Essence. Builder and Owner acknowledge and agree that the time
related provisions set forth herein are critical and essential terms of this Agreement and that time
is of the essence with regard to the transactions contemplated in this Agreement. Failure to
strictly comply with the time related provisions of this Agreement will be considered a breach of
the entire Agreement.

        m. Pronouns. For convenience, Owner has been referred to this Agreement sometimes in
the singular and at other times in the plural.

        n. Notice of Sale or Lease. Upon the sale or lease of the Residence by Owner to a third
party, Owner shall provide notice to Builder of such sale or lease and provide builder with all
contact information for the buyer/tenant, including a phone number and an email address.




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                                 EXHIBIT B

                             LEGAL DESCRIPTION


PIN: 61-24-205-352-0008-00
Address: 180 HOUSTON AVE
MUSKEGON, MI 49440

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 8 BLK 352




PIN: 61-24-205-364-0008-10
Address: 1141 JEFFERSON ST
MUSKEGON, MI 49440

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 68 FT LOT 8 BLK 364




PIN: 61-24-205-384-0007-20
Address: 1259 SANFORD ST
MUSKEGON, MI 49441

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 42 2/3 FT OF E 94 FT LOT 7 BLK 384
                              EXHIBIT C

                      PLANS AND SPECIFICATIONS

*FORMAL SITE PLANS SUBMITTED TO PLANNING DEPARTMENT*
                              EXHIBIT D

                             SITE PLAN


*FORMAL SITE PLAN SUBMITTED TO PLANNING DEPARTMENT*
                                              EXHIBIT E

                                         CHANGE ORDERS

        Owner has requested, and Builder agrees to the following Modifications to the Plans with the
cost/credit set forth below:

  MODIFICATION                       COST                        CREDIT             ADJUSTED PRICE




                                                        Builder -

                                                        By:      ________________________________
                                                        Name:    ________________________________
                                                        Title:   ________________________________
                                                        Date:    ________________________________

                                                        Owner – THE CITYOF MUSKEGON

                                                        By:      ________________________________
                                                        Name:    ________________________________
                                                        Title:   ________________________________
                                                        Date:    ________________________________
     EXHIBIT F

LONG TERM WARRANTY
       EXHIBIT G

PERMITTED ENCUMBRANCES
   __________________________________


RESIDENTIAL CONSTRUCTION AGREEMENT




                 OWNER


       THE CITY OF MUSKEGON

                BUILDER


        COMMUNITY ENCOMPASS
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5/11/2021                   Title: Farmers Market – Waiver of Fees for
                                                     Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of
                                                     Commerce

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

Brief Summary: The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber is hosting their Interns on Deck Event on
Thursday, June 3, 2021 and is requesting use of the Farmers Market building for attendee check-in
and for a brief presentation.




Detailed Summary: The Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber expects 30-40 people to attend the Interns
on Deck event and are requesting use of the Farmers Market as a place for the attendees to check
in and to give a brief presentation. They will then do a bus tour and use the Farmers Market as an
ending location to pass out goody bags. The fee for rental is $250 for 4 hours.




Amount Requested:                                   Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To waive fees and allow the Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber to use the
Farmers Market on Thursday, June 3, 2021 for their Interns on Deck event.




For City Clerk Use Only:


Commission Action:
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 11, 2021                Title: Resolution to Place Charter
                                                     Amendment on the November 2, 2021 ballot

Submitted By: Ann Meisch                             Department: City Clerk

Brief Summary: A resolution is being proposed to amend the City Charter by changing all gender
specific terminology to gender neutral terms and to correct a cite to the 1908 Michigan
Constitution. The resolution is to place the following language upon the August 3, 2021 ballot.
                PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO MUSKEGON CITY CHARTER
The City of Muskegon Charter would be amended to make it clear that the Charter applies equally
to all persons, regardless of gender, and make the Charter gender neutral.


Shall the City of Muskegon be amended to make it gender neutral?




Detailed Summary:




Amount Requested:                                   Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the resolution to place a question on the November 2, 2021
ballot to amend the City of Muskegon City Charter by changing all gender specific terminology to
gender neutral terms and to correct a cite to the 1908 Michigan Constitution.

For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
March 10, 2021



Ms. Ann Marie Meisch
City Clerk
City of Muskegon
933 Terrace Street
Muskegon, MI 49442

Re:    City of Muskegon Proposed Charter Amendment: Gender Neutral

Dear Ms. Meisch:

We have been asked to draft a Charter Amendment making the Charter “gender
neutral”. We would amend 26 sections of the Charter in order to make the Charter
gender neutral. We have reviewed the proposed changes informally with the Michigan
Attorney General’s office.

In addition, we would correct Chapter VIII, Section 3. After adoption by the electorate,
we would ask the City Clerk’s office to request the Municipal Code Corporation, the
entity which publishes the City‘s Code, to delete the phrase “Section 21 of Article 10 of
the State Constitution of Michigan [1904]” and replace it with the phrase “1963 Michigan
Constitution Article VII, Section 21”. The Municipal Code Corporation should include an
“Editor’s Note” of the change.

Enclosed please find the Resolution we are proposing, along with a complete copy of
the City’s current Charter and proposed Charter.

If you could please have this matter presented to the City Commission at your
convenience, it would be appreciated.

Very truly yours,

/S/

John C. Schrier
Partner

         Direct P: (231) 722-5401
         Direct F: (231) 722-5501
         Email: john@parmenterlaw.com

Enclosures

C:     Frank Peterson (without enclosures)
                                         CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                       RESOLUTION NO.______

         A Resolution of the City of Muskegon City Commission to amend the City of Muskegon
City Charter by changing all gender specific terminology to gender neutral terms and to correct a
cite to the 1908 Michigan Constitution, as appropriate and indicated in the context.

The City Commission of the City of Muskegon resolves the following amendment to the
City Charter shall, upon approval of the Governor, be submitted to the Electors of the City
in accordance with the Home Rule Cities Act of the State of Michigan.

                                    Proposed Charter Amendment

                                            City of Muskegon

Amend the City of Muskegon Charter to make it gender neutral and to correct a cite in
Muskegon City Charter, Chapter VII, Section 3 from “Section 21 of Article 10 of the State
Constitution of Michigan [1904]” to “1963 Michigan Constitution Article VII, Section 21”.
Exhibit A shows the Charter as currently written with redlined additions and deletions showing
the proposed language if adopted. Exhibit B is a clean copy of the proposed Charter showing
exactly how the proposed Charter would read if the proposal is adopted. The gender neutral
Amendments would apply to:

                Chapter II, Section 9
                Chapter III, Sections 4, 11
                Chapter IV, Section 2, 3
                Chapter V, Section 1,6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, and 13
                Chapter VIII, Section 8
                Chapter X, Section 4
                Chapter XIII, Sections 11, 17, 25, 27
                Chapter XV, Sections 1, 4, 5, 10, 12, 14


       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the following language be placed upon the ballot at
the November 2, 2021 election in accordance with the Home Rule Cities Act:

                PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO MUSKEGON CITY CHARTER

                The City of Muskegon Charter would be amended to make it clear that the
                Charter applies equally to all persons, regardless of gender, and make the Charter
                gender neutral.

                Shall the City of Muskegon be amended to make it gender neutral?




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       BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the proposed charter amendment, as adopted by the
City Commission on ______________, 2021 be published in the Muskegon Chronicle, and a
reasonable number of copies made available to the public before the said election.

This resolution adopted:

AYES: Commissioners

NAYES:

ABSENT:

                                                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                                   By___________________________
                                                                   Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk

STATE OF MICHIGAN
COUNTY OF MUSKEGON

       I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted at a
meeting of the city commission of the City of Muskegon, Michigan, held on the ____ day of
______________, 2021 and that the minutes of the meeting are on file in the office of the City
Clerk and are available to the public. Public notice of the meeting was given pursuant to and in
compliance with Act 267, Public Acts of Michigan, 1976.

                                                                   ______________________________
                                                                   Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk




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