City Commission Packet 05-25-2021

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      CITY OF MUSKEGON
        CITY COMMISSION MEETING
               MAY 25, 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. 2021-2022 Budget Presentation Only – Finance will present information
       regarding the proposed 2021-2022.
       Q & A will take place at the June 7, 2021 Worksession Meeting.
□      PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:
□      CONSENT AGENDA:
    A. Approval of Minutes      City Clerk
    B. 2021-2022 MML Membership Dues           City Clerk
    C. Request for Authorization to Sign       Planning & Economic Development
    D. Campbell Field Site Grading    Public Works
    E. Concession Agreement – TASTEE BBQ-N-CHICKEN                 Public Works
    F. Sale – 304 Mason Avenue        Planning
    G. Muskegon Lakeside Social District Plan and Map Approval           Economic
       Development
    H. Downtown Muskegon Social District Permit Recommendation Economic
       Development
    I. Traffic Control Order    Traffic/Engineering
□      PUBLIC HEARINGS:
    A. Public Hearing on Harbor 31 LLC (Viridian Shores) Redevelopment
       Brownfield Plan, 105 Viridian Drive   Economic Development
    B. Public Hearing - Final PUD for 151 N Causeway          Planning
    C. Public Hearing – Sewer Project Plan     Public Works

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    D. Public Hearing - Request for Industrial Development District from Camcar
       Plastics    Economic Development
□      UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
□      NEW BUSINESS:
    A. Resolution Establishing Industrial Development District at 1732 Glade Street
       Economic Development
□      ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
□      PUBLIC COMMENT:
►      Reminder: Individuals who would like to address the City Commission shall do the following:
►      Fill out a request to speak form attached to the agenda or located in the back of the room.
►      Submit the form to the City Clerk.
►      Be recognized by the Chair.
►      Step forward to the microphone.
►      State name and address.
►      Limit of 3 minutes to address the Commission.
►      (Speaker representing a group may be allowed 10 minutes if previously registered with City Clerk.)

□      CLOSED SESSION:
□      ADJOURNMENT:
ADA POLICY: THE CITY OF MUSKEGON WILL PROVIDE NECESSARY AUXILIARY AIDS AND SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS
WHO WANT TO ATTEND THE MEETING UPON TWENTY-FOUR HOUR NOTICE TO THE CITY OF MUSKEGON. PLEASE
CONTACT ANN MARIE MEISCH, CITY CLERK, 933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, MI 49440 OR BY CALLING (231) 724-
6705 OR TTY/TDD DIAL 7-1-1-22 TO REQUEST A REPRESENTATIVE TO DIAL (231) 724-6705.




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                               City of Muskegon
                     Recommended FY2021-22 Budget
                               Table of Contents

General Fund…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..2

General Fund Support to Outside Agencies and Transfers……………………………………………………………………….7

Street Funds…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….8

Special Revenue Funds…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..11

Debt Service Funds………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………..20

Capital Funds…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………22

Enterprise Funds……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………26

Internal Service Funds……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………32

Capital Projects………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………36

Budgeted Positions………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 39

5 Year Forecast………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………41




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                                                      BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                         GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                 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

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      5,938,754
101-00000-4102                       IN LIEU OF TAX                         133,642          132,023        84,587        84,587             -               -            84,587        132,022
101-00000-4103                       IFT/CFT TAX                            106,297          128,212        76,468        76,468             -               -            76,468        200,000
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      1,767,000
101-00000-4140                       INCOME TAX                           8,691,673        9,137,714     7,750,000     7,750,000       6,900,683       6,634,618       8,250,000      9,100,000
101-00000-4161                       SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                    340,016          294,908       211,000       211,000          59,114         222,490         211,000        211,000
101-00000-4202                       BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS             52,345           42,520        75,000        75,000          34,705          13,400          42,000         43,000
101-00000-4203                       LIQUOR LICENSES & TAX REBATE            49,877           46,412        45,000        45,000          46,412          44,223          45,000         45,000
101-00000-4204                       CABLE TV LICENSES OR FEES              380,343          361,405       370,000       370,000         180,581         187,132         370,000        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         80,000
101-00000-4208                       BUILDING PERMITS                       933,745          911,057     1,100,000       705,000         695,818         474,864         705,000        800,000
101-00000-4209                       ELECTRICAL PERMITS                     169,690          172,531       196,000       196,000         142,042         139,234         196,000        201,000
101-00000-4210                       PLUMBING PERMITS                       102,101          103,139        95,000        95,000          79,503          65,230          95,000         98,000
101-00000-4211                       HEATING PERMITS                        137,826          144,730       143,500       143,500         104,660         103,818         143,500        146,000
101-00000-4213                       RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION           350,760          335,448       381,000       335,000         285,038         285,355         350,000        380,000
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         10,000
101-00000-4221                       VACANT BUILDING FEE                     72,665           60,570        40,000         6,000          55,070           2,600           3,500          3,500
101-00000-4224                       TEMPORARY LIQUOR LICENSE                 5,590            3,145         5,000         5,000           3,145             225           5,000          5,000
101-00000-4230                       MARIHUANA FACILITIES LICENSE           115,700          143,300        90,000       160,000          92,800          82,000         100,000        102,500
101-00000-4300                       FEDERAL GRANTS                          57,894          147,191        40,000     1,704,281          42,765       1,266,092       1,646,586        333,344
101-00000-4400                       STATE GRANTS                            31,675           16,174        26,000        26,000          11,074         171,082         116,004        124,000
101-00000-4405                       STATE REPLACEMENT REV FOR PPT          831,164          897,416       750,000       750,000         491,278         461,484         825,000        800,000
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      3,203,063
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      1,195,945
101-00000-4601                       CITY SERVICE FOR ENTERPRISE FUNDS      482,292          482,292       482,290       482,290         361,719         361,719         482,290        530,519
101-00000-4603                       TAX COLLECTION FEE                     340,217          350,742       327,000       327,000         312,649         328,629         327,000        327,000
101-00000-4604                       GARBAGE COLLECTION                      49,671           49,763        41,000        41,000          18,089          19,389          49,000         49,000
101-00000-4606                       ADMINISTRATION FEES                    310,000          310,000       310,000       310,000         232,500         232,500         310,000        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      1,481,624
101-00000-4609                       PROCUREMENT CARD REBATE                 50,381           57,361        48,000        48,000             -               -            48,000         60,000
101-00000-4611                       SPECIAL EVENTS REIMBURSEMENT            26,505           61,625        15,000         5,000          16,753         (37,804)            -           50,000
101-00000-4612                       CEMETERY SALE OF LOTS                   30,259           28,440        25,000        25,000          18,900          26,705          30,000         30,000
101-00000-4613                       HARBOR TOWN DOCKOMINIUMS                   -                -             -             -
101-00000-4614                       REIMBURSEMENT LOT CLEAN UP                 461              -           2,000         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         106,500
101-00000-4617                       FIRE DEPARTMENT INCOME                   3,006              811         3,500         6,500             311          7,230           6,500           4,000
101-00000-4619                       MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                17,436           21,286        22,000        22,000          18,461          6,086          22,000          22,000
101-00000-4620                       FIRE PROTECTION-STATE PROP              81,766          173,718       173,718       173,718         173,718        119,574         119,574         119,574
101-00000-4621                       ZONING & ENCROACHMENT FEES              13,970           12,155        15,000        20,000          10,085         13,310          18,000          17,300
101-00000-4622                       MISC. CLERK FEES                         5,432            1,329         5,000         5,000           1,246            696             750           2,000
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          14,400
101-00000-4625                       MISC. TREAS. FEES                       69,964           49,722        55,000       30,000           25,718         10,134          12,000          30,000
101-00000-4631                       REIMBURSEMENT SCHOOL OFFICER            22,802           16,962        23,500       23,500           15,657         18,815          23,500          24,200
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          40,000
101-00000-4635                       START UP CHARGE/REFUSE                   6,771            6,327         7,000        7,000            3,962          7,590           8,000           7,000
101-00000-4636                       REFUSE BAG & BULK SALES                 33,516           23,497        30,000       30,000           23,497         22,944          30,000          30,000
101-00000-4637                       APPLIANCE STICKER                            75               75          100          100               75              29            100             100
101-00000-4638                       MISC. SALES CHARGE/REFUSE              159,010          257,044       318,000      318,000          190,376        245,997         318,000         318,000
101-00000-4642                       LIEN LOOK UPS                           14,325           17,455        12,000       12,000           11,505         10,780          12,000          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           7,000
101-00000-4649                       CEMETERY-MISC. INCOME                   14,547           16,383        16,000       16,000           10,559         21,499          25,000          16,000
101-00000-4650                       DOWNTOWN SOCIAL DISTRICT                   -                -             -            -                -            3,481           4,231          36,750
101-00000-4651                       REIMBURSEMENT LOT MOWING                 1,067              124         5,000        5,000              124            -             5,000           5,000
101-00000-4652                       MUSK HEIGHTS ZONING                     10,465            5,670        11,000       11,000            5,670          6,055           9,000          15,000
101-00000-4654                       FIRE RESPONSE FEE                       11,500              870         6,000        6,000              870          4,480           6,000          10,000
101-00000-4655                       PAID BEACH PARKING                                      146,821       200,000      480,000              -          320,481         500,000         500,000
101-00000-4656                       SITE PLAN REVIEW                         6,900            7,600         6,500        5,000            7,200          4,500           6,000           5,800
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          40,000
101-00000-4659                       CODE ENFORCEMENT LABOR                  30,323           25,990        30,000       30,000           22,251         21,640          30,000          30,000
101-00000-4660                       MISC RECREATION INCOME                  10,829            6,984         4,500        4,500            7,254         13,300          13,500           8,000
101-00000-4661                       LEASE GREAT LAKES NAVAL MEMORIAL           -                -          15,000       15,000              -              -               -            15,000
101-00000-4665                       LEASE BILLBOARDS                         6,800            6,800         6,800        6,800            4,800            -             6,800           6,800
101-00000-4666                       SNOW PLOWING -DOWNTOWN BID              68,500           48,500        68,750       68,750           48,500         24,050          68,750          68,750
101-00000-4669                       SMITH RYERSON                           13,643            5,302        12,000       12,000           11,139          1,598           6,000          12,000
101-00000-4670                       PICNIC SHELTER                          19,322            4,877        22,000       22,000           12,194          2,379          10,000          22,000
101-00000-4671                       MCGRAFT PARK                            96,084           44,637        97,000       97,000           52,617         41,577          55,000          97,000
101-00000-4672                       SAFEBUILT LOT MOWING                     5,108            1,685         5,000        5,000            1,284          5,367           6,000           5,000
101-00000-4673                       RENTAL - CENTRAL DISPATCH               45,292           56,772        54,000       54,000           33,857         67,724          96,319         480,708
101-00000-4674                       RENTAL - CITY HALL                      15,000           24,783        15,000       15,000           16,949         22,008          15,000          15,000
101-00000-4676                       SAFEBUILT - TRASH PICKUP                 3,938            2,702         2,500        2,500            1,569          3,407           4,000           2,500
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          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         200,000
101-00000-4702                       DELINQUENT FEES                         16,790           18,123        20,000       20,000           17,366         14,613          20,000          20,000
101-00000-4704                       PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES                 7,681            7,991         5,000        5,000            7,996          8,968          11,000           5,000
101-00000-4706                       LATE FEE ON INVOICES OVER 45 DAYS        3,835            3,015         6,000        6,000            2,405          3,710           6,000           6,000
101-00000-4708                       LATE FEE ON RENTAL REGISTRATION         13,995           13,233         7,500        7,500           12,118          7,865           7,500           7,500
101-00000-4751                       CIVIL INFRACTIONS                       30,776           21,978        15,000       15,000           19,095         12,067          15,000          15,000
101-00000-4754                       TRAFFIC FINES & FEES                    57,782           76,543        55,000      135,000           62,538        127,532         140,000         135,000
101-00000-4755                       COURT FEES                             137,732           83,061       120,000      120,000           56,989         59,607          90,000         120,000
101-00000-4758                       CRITICAL DUNE FEES                       1,100           15,700           -          3,000           15,700          2,600           3,000           2,200




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                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                       GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                   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
101-00000-4800                                    MISC. & SUNDRY                                 26,751             6,284          12,000       12,000            3,728          7,615           12,000           12,000
101-00000-4802                                    REIMB:DEMOS AND BOARD-UPS                      79,956             6,941          45,000       45,000              495         10,997           45,000           45,000
101-00000-4803                                    CDBG PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENTS                   252,901           475,892         503,967      577,000          254,166            -            516,984          393,910
101-00000-4805                                    CONTRIBUTIONS                                   2,046             4,075          20,000       20,000            6,160          3,665            8,000           20,000
101-00000-4806                                    BIKE/PROPERTY AUCTIONS-POLICE                     -              28,818           1,000        1,000              -              385            1,000            1,000
101-00000-4811                                    FISHERMANS LANDING REIMBURSEMENT                  -              24,842          17,500       17,500           24,842         23,706           17,500           17,500
101-00000-4814                                    PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS                            3,856               219          14,500       14,500              219              10           1,000           14,500
101-00000-4816                                    MARIHUANA STREETSCAPING DONATIONS                                                                -                -           35,000           57,000           30,000
101-00000-4818                                    RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                            5,829             4,555           1,000        1,000            4,280          2,425            2,500            1,000
101-00000-4820                                    LOCAL MARIHUANA SOCIAL EQUITY DONATIONS                                                                           -            1,250            2,500           12,000
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           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           10,000
101-00000-4841                                    GRANT: COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                    15,000               -               -          25,534             -            25,534          25,534           25,534
101-00000-4902                                    OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE                162,000           180,000         175,000       175,000             -               -           200,000          275,000
101-00000-4903                                    OP. TRANS FROM DEBT SERVICE                    40,000            40,000          50,000        50,000          30,000          37,500          50,000          180,000
101-00000-4904                                    OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                 5,989               -               -             -                                               -            900,000
101-00000-4961                                    BOND PROCEEDS                                     -                 -               -             -               -         7,068,674       5,983,399        1,085,275
101-00000-4970                                    INTEREST INCOME                               108,155           153,092         100,000       100,000         107,300          66,674         100,000          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      37,148,402       33,956,572

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                     28,754,049        29,653,430      28,477,855   30,803,804       21,425,339      30,331,416      37,148,402      33,956,572


EXPENDITURES
Dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                            72,017            76,738          77,042       76,188           56,913          58,225          77,000          78,623
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                          434             9,539             600          600               85              85             150             600
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            7,216               416           1,000        1,000              355             162             500           1,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                  3,561             3,580           4,000        4,000            3,362           4,947           5,500           4,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 5,665             3,626           3,000        3,000            3,128             528             600           3,000
 Totals for dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION                                                         88,892            93,898          85,642       84,788           63,843          63,947          83,750          87,223

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          76,200
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          76,200

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

Dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                           353,450           402,026         412,310      403,539          310,646        304,977         400,000          490,550
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                        4,452             5,256           4,500        4,500            3,840          3,519           4,500            4,500
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           16,336            13,455          15,000       15,000           10,454          8,678          15,000           15,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                  5,581             8,952           9,000        9,000            8,799          2,713           5,000           17,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   -               2,850           1,200        1,200            2,850          2,589           2,600            2,500
 Totals for dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER                                                           379,819           432,538         442,010      433,239          336,588        322,476         427,100          529,550

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         515,510          405,329
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                    -                 -               -            -                -              -               -                -
 Totals for dept 10875 - CONTRIBUTIONS                                                          384,968           386,779         425,363      441,863          306,809        321,383         515,510          405,329

Dept 10891 - CONTINGENCY
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                (10,326)           31,272         100,000      100,000              -               -            50,000          50,000
 Totals for dept 10891 - CONTINGENCY                                                            (10,326)           31,272         100,000      100,000              -               -            50,000          50,000

Dept 20215 - CITY CLERK
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                           437,884           513,996         532,396      526,708          400,178        391,069         508,500          548,900
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                       46,571            70,665          55,410       55,410           38,997         42,134          52,000           76,510
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           45,716            30,395          22,321       22,321           24,609          6,096          20,000           49,520
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                  6,638             3,401          10,175       10,175            3,191          1,071           3,500           10,800
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 5,439             3,282           2,500        2,500            3,282            926           1,500            2,500
 Totals for dept 20215 - CITY CLERK                                                             542,248           621,739         622,802      617,114          470,257        441,296         585,500          688,230

Dept 20220 - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (formerly CIVIL SERVICE)
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                           58,350            78,045          83,437       82,575           60,810         58,876          77,600           90,545
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                       2,253               366           1,000        1,000              147            313             500            1,000
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         118,895           133,652         130,000      130,000          101,705         51,564         150,000          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          241,545

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          549,600
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                        2,570             7,033           4,000        4,000            6,435          1,865           3,000            3,500
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           95,770            77,157          76,294       76,294           63,347         87,492          95,000           85,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                    930               121             706          706               79            -               -                750
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   141             5,601           5,000        5,000            4,808              80          5,000            5,000
 Totals for dept 30202 - FINANCE ADMINSTRATION                                                  570,805           587,761         640,541      611,641          450,904        472,060         622,000          643,850

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                         2,267,000             -         1,443,159       2,267,000        2,908,506
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                     -                 -               -       2,267,000             -         1,443,159       2,267,000        2,908,506

Dept 30205 - INCOME TAX
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                           262,850           243,103         289,720      282,886          177,461        194,260         273,837          303,753
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                       11,650            14,160          13,500       13,500           10,871         11,358          14,000           14,000
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           84,372           103,250          91,000       91,000           66,022         65,666          95,000           91,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                    512
                                                                                                           3          513           1,000        1,000              499             45           1,000            1,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 3,210             2,948           5,000        5,000            2,948          4,308           5,000            5,000
                                                                     BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                        GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                  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
 Totals for dept 30205 - INCOME TAX                                                      362,595          363,974       400,220      393,386          257,800        275,636         388,837         414,753

Dept 30209 - CITY ASSESSOR
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                     1,988            2,520         4,000        4,000            2,520            858           4,000           2,600
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                  -                226           -            -                226              39            -               -
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  333,771          255,412       345,000      345,000          170,515        261,294         345,000         353,308
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         355,908

Dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                     376,186          422,268       423,926      404,920          326,668        321,815         431,963         440,571
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                    133            1,248         1,000        1,000              987            847           1,000           1,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     32,422           44,128        34,000       34,000           26,604         27,804          34,000          34,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                            2,789              868        12,000       12,000              744            860           1,000          15,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         138,987           67,441        60,000       60,000           31,213         28,341          60,000          60,000
 Totals for dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION                              550,516          535,954       530,926      511,920          386,217        379,668         527,963         550,571

Dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                   391,308          417,573       441,223      440,101          316,868        327,392         441,377         452,227
5200                                               SUPPLIES                               71,090           69,755        80,000       80,000           48,306         47,344          80,000          80,000
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   97,390           99,666       100,000      100,000           71,029         76,176         110,000         110,000
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                          1,326              550         2,000        2,000              550            398           2,000           2,000
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           348            1,634         2,600        2,600            1,634          2,864           3,000           3,000
 Totals for dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER                                                  561,463          589,178       625,823      624,701          438,387        454,174         636,377         647,227

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         389,881
 Totals for dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES                                              292,037          340,189       360,000      360,000           35,000          3,943         363,180         389,881

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        1,082,000
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                    230,851          450,811       445,100      445,100          450,798        541,892         445,100        1,082,000

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       1,115,000
 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       1,115,000

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       9,026,919
5200                                               SUPPLIES                               87,822          122,765        95,000        95,000          75,421         129,016         140,000         122,900
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  956,037          988,267     1,001,205     1,001,205         752,264         797,884       1,001,205       1,005,850
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                         37,764           19,583        24,000        24,000          18,190           5,656          20,000          16,000
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        10,501           80,737        34,000        34,000          30,804          22,561          34,000          63,200
 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      10,234,869

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       2,678,515
5200                                               SUPPLIES                              220,595          277,979       164,200       164,200         181,334         131,470         168,000         169,300
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  141,520          133,856       205,715       205,715         915,884          65,595         205,715         183,811
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                         15,264            5,599        22,400        22,400           5,542           6,065          22,400          25,000
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        22,039           63,472        30,800       100,000          60,702         112,534         120,000          32,400
 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       3,089,026

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          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          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         184,745
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                14,874           19,137        20,000        20,000          16,597           7,336          20,000          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       1,800,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                             145                22          100           100              22             -               100           3,000
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       2,007,745

Dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                    50,431           79,304        78,652       77,655           60,666         60,006          80,000          78,820
5200                                               SUPPLIES                               18,705           26,582        29,700       29,700           23,904         14,469          29,700          30,000
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  187,145          157,936       165,550      165,550          115,716        109,217         165,550         174,391
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                            -                142           500          500              142            -               500             500
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        60,587           45,424        21,000       40,000           41,570         20,937          40,000          42,000
 Totals for dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE                                           316,868          309,388       295,402      313,405          241,999        204,629         315,750         325,711

Dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE
5100                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                        35,053           25,321        37,939       37,542           21,386         20,901          37,542          38,500
5200                                           SUPPLIES                                   13,422           15,599         8,600        8,600            4,534          7,256          10,100           8,600
5300                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       24,741           40,129        45,000       45,000           33,159         25,079          38,000          45,000
 Totals for dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE                                            73,216           81,049        91,539       91,142           59,079         53,236          85,642          92,100

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

Dept 60523 - SANITATION
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                    43,718           43,066        37,799        37,262          27,572         21,135           37,262          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       2,000,000
 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       2,037,262

Dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
5300                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         4,000           13,340        14,000       14,000           13,340          4,000          14,000          14,000
5400                                          OTHER EXPENSES                                 -     4                        -            -                                               -               -
 Totals for dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT                                            4,000           13,340        14,000       14,000           13,340          4,000          14,000          14,000
                                                                      BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                         GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                   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 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         188,170
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                 9,999              11,603        11,550       11,550            5,873          7,361            14,050          16,050
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   323,226             248,546       274,883      274,883          220,544        114,623           274,883         247,682
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                             229                 481           500          500              481            -                 500             500
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         20,775              41,751        19,000       19,000           32,520          3,563            19,000          21,000
 Totals for dept 70276 - CEMETERIES                                                       440,130             429,867       498,897      494,103          331,619        246,973           472,433         473,402

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             800
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     2,393              17,532           -            -              1,875         65,311            72,000          44,800
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            -                   606           -            -                -               17
 Totals for dept 70585 - PARKING OPERATIONS                                                 2,393              30,524           -            -              2,467         74,848            82,200          45,600

Dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                        -                   -             -            -                -               -                -
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                   -                   -             -            -                -               -                -            12,000
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -                   -             -            -                -               -                -             9,750
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            -                   -             -            -                -               -                -            15,000
 Totals for dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT                                                      -                   -             -            -                -               -                -            36,750

Dept 70751 - PARKS MAINTENANCE
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                    606,774             723,674       712,937       695,835         575,529         472,972           640,500        695,835
5200                                               SUPPLIES                               161,874             139,958       162,515       162,515         126,182          65,597           154,841        178,089
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   866,264             859,656       867,148       837,148         713,349         482,104           915,063        926,592
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                             672               1,192         1,400         1,400           1,192             309             1,000          1,000
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         40,639             148,963        88,600        88,600          80,500          24,781            88,600         98,000
 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      1,899,516

Dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                     52,478               3,599        23,075       23,075            3,599          8,877            23,075          23,075
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                 8,821                 131         2,900        5,000              -            4,100             5,000           4,000
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    72,274              14,558        47,000       47,000           11,605         30,545            44,600          46,000
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            -                   -          50,000       50,000              -           15,735            50,000          50,000
 Totals for dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK                                                    133,573              18,288       122,975      125,075           15,204         59,257           122,675         123,075

Dept 70771 - FORESTRY
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                       92              656           -          5,000             656             398             5,000           5,000
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -                   -             -         50,000             -            16,823            50,000          75,000
 Totals for dept 70771 - FORESTRY                                                                 92              656           -         55,000             656          17,221            55,000          80,000

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                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            -                   -             -             -
 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         403,400
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                 3,796               8,267         4,525       10,354            2,864          6,663             9,100          13,700
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    55,665              29,593        74,050       77,990           23,559         38,349            55,000         103,000
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                           6,426              16,843        23,000       13,740           14,451         12,078            16,000          15,000
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         17,693              19,643        21,000       21,000           19,302         11,789            15,000          21,000
 Totals for dept 80400 - PLANNING                                                         376,679             404,968       441,257      436,109          291,721        321,704           434,100         556,100

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         200,000
 Totals for dept 91116 - ADA PROJECT 2011-2012                                              6,190                 -          50,000       50,000              -           27,625            50,000         200,000

Dept 91508 - LED CONVERSION DOWNTOWN
5300                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       514,089             636,001           -            -                -              -                 -           479,588
 Totals for dept 91508 - LED CONVERSION DOWNTOWN                                          514,089             636,001           -            -                -              -                 -           479,588

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                                                  5
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    128,389                 -             -             -               -               -                 -              -
 Totals for dept 91814 - MCGRAFT PARK - RESURFACING PARKING LOT A                         128,389                 -             -             -               -               -                 -              -
                                                                       BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                          GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                   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 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 91827 - IMPROVEMENT AT SMITH RYERSON
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         7,284              117,123               -                -           116,059             -                -
 Totals for dept 91827 - IMPROVEMENT AT SMITH RYERSON                                         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                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -                11,660               -            60,000            9,544             280          35,000            50,000
 Totals for dept 92019 - CITY HALL LED, BOILER, AND MISC                                         -                11,660               -            60,000            9,544             280          35,000            50,000

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

Dept 92038 - NEW DOOR SYSTEM AT CITY HALL
5700                                              CAPITAL 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 92041 - BEACHWOOD/BLUFFTON BIKE RACK                                            -                    -                -            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        1,100,000
 Totals for dept 92048 - CENTRAL DISPATCH PROJECT                                                -                    -                -                -               -         1,696,286        2,500,000        1,100,000

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   24,982,728.36    37,056,217.00    33,835,517.00




NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 101                                                      110,119             (605,356)        (393,288)         125,039         546,194       5,348,688           92,185          121,055
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                    6,687,516            6,797,635        6,192,279        6,192,279       6,797,635       6,192,279        6,192,279        6,284,464
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                       6,797,635            6,192,279        5,798,992        6,317,319       7,343,829      11,540,967        6,284,464        6,405,519




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                                           BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                             ADDITIONAL DETAIL GENERAL FUND

                                                                                                                                                 FY2021-22
                                                                                      Original Budget                          3rd Quarter     Recommended
                           Agency               Actual FY2018-19     Actual 2019        FY2020-21           Actual 3/31/21     Reforecast         Budget
Muskegon Area Transit (MATS)                              99,512             99,512             99,513               95,612          130,979          130,979
Neighborhood Association Grants                          125,947             66,684            150,000              127,840          150,000          150,000
YMCA                                                           -                                      -                    -         100,000                -
Boys & Girls Club                                         30,000            80,000             100,000               77,681           77,681           80,000
Muskegon Public Schools Youth Recreation                  20,000            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            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            2,500
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              250
211 Service                                                2,500             2,500               2,500                2,500            2,500            2,500
Harmony Park - Rotary                                                                                                10,000           10,000           10,000
Muskegon Museum of Art Expansion                                                               25,000
MLK Diversity Program                                                         1,100             1,100                     -            1,100            1,100
Muskegon Area Loabor Management (MALMC)                         -                               1,000                     -            1,000            1,000
Steelhead Scuplture                                                                                 -                 4,000            4,000                -
Support to Outside Agencies                              384,182           301,881            425,363               321,383          515,510          405,329




                                                                                                                                                 FY2021-22
                                                                                      Original Budget        Actual Thru       3rd Quarter     Recommended
                          Fund                   Actual 2018-19     Actual 2019-20        2020-21            3/31/2021         Reforecast         Budget
Major Street Fund                                        250,000                 -
Local Street Fund                                               -          250,000            100,000                                100,000          100,000
Farmers Market Fund                                       35,000            45,000             55,000                                105,000           75,000
Mercy Health Arena Fund                                  475,000           800,000            235,000                                650,000          350,000
LDFA Debt Service Fund ( Smartzone)                      360,000           360,000            350,000               111,275          350,000          200,000
DDA Debt Service Fund                                           -                                   -                     -                -                -
Public Improvement Fund                                                                                                               50,000           50,000
Tree Replacement Fund                                                        7,500
State Grants Fund                                                           10,000
Community Development Block Grant Fund
Public Service Building                                                                                                              200,000          300,000
Engineering Services Fund                                       -           20,000                      -                             50,000           40,000
General Insurance Fund
                                                       1,120,000          1,492,500           740,000               111,275        1,505,000        1,115,000




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                                                                       BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                        STREET FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

                             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         5,000
 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     5,995,848

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                5,149,908     5,136,508         5,587,410     5,916,808        2,513,196     2,593,536    5,201,222     5,995,848


Estimated Expenditures

EXPENDITURES
5100                                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                        527,751       544,513           645,735      645,735           397,952      361,272      554,000       579,580
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    1,781,180     1,844,486

Dept 90000
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -              -        243,021      175,000                                     175,000             -
5700                                                           CAPITAL OUTLAY                                     -              -              -            -                                           -       455,000
Total Dept 90000                                                                                                  -              -        243,021      175,000                 -             -     175,000       455,000

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             -                         -
5700                                                           CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  -             -                 -              -               -             -                    50,000
 Total Dept 91605 - TRAFFIC STUDIES                                                                        92,768         2,787                 -              -           2,787             -            -       50,000

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

 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 91851 - SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER                                                                -              -              -      123,021                 -       67,508      123,021

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

Dept 91856 - PECK & SANFORD




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                                                                       BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                        STREET FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

                            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
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES          24,827                               -              -                -      26,001                           -
Total Dept 91856 - PECK & SANFORD                                                           24,827                -              -              -                -      26,001             -             -

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       25,000             -
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAY                       -           -                 -            -                 -            -            -       650,000
Total Dept 92002 - PECK ST. - APPLE TO STRONG                                                      -      19,448           800,000       25,000            13,755       30,647       25,000       650,000

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              -
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                                     1,043,000
Total Dept 92004 -TERRACE; APPLE TO SEAWAY                                                         -              -              -       35,000                  -      11,876       35,000      1,043,000

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
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAY                       -              -              -            -                  -           -            -       700,000
Total Dept 92036 - HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD                                                              -              -              -       35,000                  -      27,250       35,000       700,000

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                 -              -              -              -
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAY                       -              -              -              -                                                 500,000
Total Dept 92102 - WOOD STREET, APPLE TO MARQUETTE AVE                                             -              -              -              -                -            -            -      500,000

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      800,000             -
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAY                       -           -                 -            -                 -            -            -       650,000
Total Dept 99118 - MUSKETAWA TRAIL CONNECTOR 1B (KEATING TO                                        -      46,932           800,000      800,000            40,544       39,776      800,000       650,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                       5,685,942     6,125,173         4,968,046     5,758,080        4,443,534     2,503,725    5,664,235     5,892,486

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 202                                                   (536,033)     (988,665)          619,364       158,728        (1,930,338)      89,811     (463,013)      103,362
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                 3,793,456     3,257,423         2,268,758     2,268,758         3,257,423    2,268,758    2,268,758     1,805,745
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                    3,257,423     2,268,758         2,888,122     2,427,486         1,327,084    2,358,569    1,805,745     1,909,107




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                                                                         STREET FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

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

Dept 92037 - MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -              -              -        20,000                 -       11,850       20,000        50,000
 Totals for dept 92037-MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                                  -              -              -        20,000                 -       11,850       20,000        50,000

Dept 92046-3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION
5300                                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -              -              -        80,000                 -         6,868      80,000             -
5700                                                           CAPITAL OUTLAY                              -              -              -             -                 -             -           -       150,000
 Totals for dept 92046-3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                                                        -              -              -        80,000                 -         6,868      80,000       150,000


 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     1,770,346     1,906,959

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 203                                                           (184,870)      129,172          (165,458)      (221,846)        (378,227)     (242,637)    (216,846)     (351,959)
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                           914,487       729,617           858,789        858,789          729,617       858,789      858,789       641,943
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                              729,617       858,789           693,331        636,943          351,390       616,152      641,943       289,984




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                                     SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                 

                                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          EXPENSE             EXPENSES          REFORECAST           BUDGET

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            15,000
 252-00000-4664                                         FARMERS MARKET INCOME              88,385         66,353          93,000          80,000           44,465              48,035             80,000            90,000
 252-00000-4677                                         RENT                                                                                                                                                        32,225
 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            15,000
 252-00000-4693                                         FARMERS MARKET EVENT RENTAL         4,226          2,716           2,000               -            2,716               1,500                  -             2,000
 252-00000-4694                                         FARMERS MARKET EBT FEES             3,498          3,476           5,000           5,000            2,478               4,135              5,000             4,500
 252-00000-4696                                         RETRO MARKET RENTAL FEES            1,608            888           1,500           1,500              888                   -              1,500                 -
 252-00000-4697                                         ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES                                                                                                                                          5,000
 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             1,500
 252-00000-4814                                         PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS               (2,204)           348               -               -              348                 209                210             1,000
 252-00000-4840                                         FRIENDS OF THE MARKET               5,746          5,285           6,000           5,000            3,340                 378              5,000             6,000
 252-00000-4845                                         FUNDRAISING REVENUE                53,378         38,250           5,000               -           38,250                   -                  -            23,000
 252-00000-4901                                         OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND        35,000         45,000          55,000         105,000                -                   -            105,000            75,000
 252-00000-4970                                         INTEREST INCOME                       207            280             200             170              239                 161                170               200
  Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                 246,866        196,170         203,131         227,170          123,814              75,628            227,380           270,425

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                  246,866        196,170        203,131         227,170           123,814              75,628            227,380           270,425

 Dept 70856 - WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS
5200                                                    SUPPLIES                                -                 -              -              -                   -                   -                 -          4,300
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               17,305                 -              -              -                   -                   -                 -         23,438
  Totals for dept 70856 - WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS                                           17,305                 -              -              -                   -                   -                 -         27,738

EXPENDITURES
Dept 70863 - FARMERS & FLEA MARKET
5100                                                    SALARIES & BENEFITS                57,323         58,765          75,522          66,522           45,172              30,546             66,522            64,400
5200                                                    SUPPLIES                           30,234         26,971          12,400          12,400           24,322               2,941             12,400            38,600
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              160,099        102,900         105,781         101,031           82,423              51,380            101,031           148,769
5400                                                    OTHER EXPENSES                        915          1,632           2,000               -            1,632                 275                  -             4,000
5700                                                    CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    16,733          7,454           6,000          32,000            3,362              13,135             32,000            12,500
 Totals for dept 70863 - FARMERS & FLEA MARKET                                            265,303        197,723         201,703         211,953          156,912              98,278            211,953           268,269

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

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                        282,608        197,723        201,703         211,953           156,912              98,278            211,953           296,007

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 252                                                    (35,742)        (1,553)         1,428          15,217           (33,098)            (22,649)            15,427          (25,582)
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                     24,663        (11,079)       (12,633)        (12,633)          (11,079)            (12,633)           (12,633)           2,794
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                       (11,079)       (12,633)       (11,205)          2,584           (44,177)            (35,282)             2,794          (22,788)




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                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                

                               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          EXPENSE             EXPENSES          REFORECAST           BUDGET

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)                 -             70,000
254-00000-4619                                             MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                 38,608         10,949          10,000           1,000            3,949                 239                250             10,500
254-00000-4639                                             RAD DADS                                 89,808        142,683          50,000         100,000           25,000              15,000            145,000            100,000
254-00000-4640                                             TICKET SURCHARGE                              -         31,589          35,000           7,500           31,589               2,229              7,500             32,000
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            124,000
254-00000-4666                                             PARKING LOT RENTAL - WESTERN AVENUE       21,360        24,103          24,000           4,000           24,103               5,005             10,000             24,000
254-00000-4667                                             PARKING LOT RENTAL                        17,663        10,902          12,000          12,000           10,902                 335                500             12,000
254-00000-4677                                             RENT                                     259,325       143,976         215,000         202,278           94,500              70,780            133,226            172,767
254-00000-4691                                             ARENA EVENT REVENUE                      104,660       179,191         230,000          25,000          178,909              30,866             90,000            230,000
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           100,000
254-00000-4698                                             FLOOR/ICE HOCKEY RENTAL                  175,797       190,825         170,000         190,000          135,746             165,023             200,000           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             5,000
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                   -             4,500
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           350,000
254-00000-4904                                             OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                -                             -               -                                                   40,000           679,203
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           1,494,576         2,113,970

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                         1,790,556      2,052,428       1,599,500       1,420,278          859,310             291,077           1,494,576         2,113,970


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70805 - MERCY HEALTH ARENA
5100                                                       SALARIES AND BENEFITS                     66,081        164,833        196,843         385,881           128,968             227,344            385,881           403,805
5200                                                       SUPPLIES                                 354,884        301,725        225,000         225,000           285,089             179,667            225,000           225,000
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   1,310,152      1,322,263      1,090,000         670,000         1,179,947             457,564            670,000         1,000,000
5400                                                       OTHER EXPENSES                                 -          9,420              -          20,750             2,180              34,810             35,000            20,000
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           74,579        246,686         50,000         100,000           182,370             164,673            125,000            75,000
 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         1,723,805

Dept 90000- UNASSIGNED CAPITAL
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  -              -              -              -                                                                  125,000
 Totals for dept 90000 - UNASSIGNED CAPITAL                                                                 -              -              -              -                   -                   -                 -        125,000

 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         1,848,805

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 254                                                             (15,141)        4,906          37,657           7,717          (919,244)           (788,802)           42,765           265,165
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                              43,252        28,112          33,018          33,018            28,112              33,018            33,018            75,783
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                 28,112        33,018          70,675          40,735          (891,132)           (755,784)           75,783           340,948




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                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                

                               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          EXPENSE           EXPENSES          REFORECAST           BUDGET

Fund 264 - CRIMINAL FORFEITURES

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
264-00000-4804                                         CRIMINAL FORFEITURES/POLICE      26,458                        1,000           1,000                -                 -              7,407             5,000
264-00000-4970                                         INTEREST INCOME                     200            60            400             400               47                26                 40                20
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                26,658            60          1,400           1,400               47                26              7,447             5,020

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                26,658            60         1,400           1,400                47                26              7,447             5,020


EXPENDITURES
Dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES
5700                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                  36,665        24,809                -              -          24,809                                       -         12,000
 Totals for dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES                                        36,665        24,809                -              -          24,809                     -                 -         12,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                      36,665        24,809                -              -          24,809                     -                 -         12,000

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 264                                                 (10,007)      (24,749)        1,400           1,400           (24,762)              26              7,447            (6,980)
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                  45,146        35,139        10,390          10,390            35,139           10,390             10,390            17,837
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                     35,139        10,390        11,790          11,790            10,377           10,416             17,837            10,857




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                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                

                               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         EXPENSE           EXPENSES      REFORECAST        BUDGET

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          5,000
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          5,000

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


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

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

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            1,919            1,017          1,017          4,017
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                     1,919       1,017         1,017         1,017           (3,218)          14,179          4,017          4,017




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                               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          EXPENSE           EXPENSES        REFORECAST          BUDGET

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           86,574
290-00000-4809                                             REIMBURSEMENT STATE               2,871         3,311          3,000          3,000            3,311             3,348            3,348            3,000
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          200,000
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          289,574

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                   460,509       462,049       452,724        452,724           372,142           436,851          453,072          289,574


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          282,300
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                      230,341       218,806        445,100        445,100          153,504            19,154          445,100          282,300

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                         230,341       218,806       445,100        445,100           153,504            19,154          445,100          282,300

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 290                                                     230,168       243,244         7,624          7,624           218,638           417,698            7,972            7,274
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                    (876,114)     (645,946)     (402,702)      (402,702)         (645,946)         (402,702)        (402,702)        (394,730)
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                       (645,946)     (402,702)     (395,078)      (395,078)         (427,308)           14,995         (394,730)        (387,456)




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                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                        SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                

                               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          EXPENSE             EXPENSES          REFORECAST           BUDGET

Fund 294 - BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY (PIGEON HILL)

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
294-00000-4100                                             PROPERTY TAX                                     6,771                               -            6,177             19,466             19,466            19,558
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                           -        6,771                -              -            6,177             19,466             19,466            19,558

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                           -       6,771                 -              -           6,177              19,466             19,466            19,558


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70810 - PIGEON HILL BROWNFIELD
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    -        6,771                -              -            6,771                700             19,466            19,558
 Totals for Dept 70810 - PIGEON HILL BROWNFIELD                                                    -        6,771                -              -            6,771                700             19,466            19,558

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

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                 -       6,771                 -              -           6,771                 700             19,466            19,558
                                                                                                                                                                                    -
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           141,746
295-00000-4809                                             REIMBURSEMENT STATE              4,362          6,822           6,500           6,500            6,822               7,442              6,500             7,400
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           149,146

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                  139,220        145,267        146,694         146,694           145,366             147,443            146,694           149,146


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            21,000
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                      30,813         26,659          30,813          30,813           26,659              11,730             30,813            21,000

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            21,000
                                                                                                                                                                                     -
NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 295                                                    108,408        118,608        115,881         115,881           118,707             135,713            115,881           128,146
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                   (945,395)      (836,988)      (718,380)       (718,380)         (836,988)           (718,380)          (718,380)         (602,499)
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                      (836,988)      (718,380)      (602,499)       (602,499)         (718,281)           (582,666)          (602,499)         (474,353)




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                                     BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                

                               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          EXPENSE             EXPENSES          REFORECAST           BUDGET

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           235,268
296-00000-4809                                         REIMBURSEMENT STATE             5,022          8,418           8,400           8,400            8,418               8,824              8,824             8,500
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           243,768

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                             168,623        177,048        175,511         175,511           176,965             235,628            235,656           243,768


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           275,000
 Totals for dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS                                    162,000        180,000         175,000         175,000                    -                   -        175,000           275,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                   162,000        180,000        175,000         175,000                     -                   -        175,000           275,000

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 296                                                6,623         (2,952)            511             511          176,965             235,628             60,656           (31,232)
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                9,444         16,066          13,114          13,114           16,066              13,114             13,114            73,770
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                  16,066         13,114          13,625          13,625          193,031             248,743             73,770            42,538




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                                     BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                

                               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         EXPENSE         EXPENSES      REFORECAST        BUDGET

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        457,701
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        457,701

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                            210,217     282,033     394,135       394,135          281,861         374,697        374,704        457,701


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70809 - TERRACE POINT LANDING
5300                                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         205,552     274,776      225,000       225,000          13,373          20,239        368,285        457,701
 Totals for dept 70809 - TERRACE POINT LANDING                                      205,552     274,776      225,000       225,000          13,373          20,239        368,285        457,701

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                  205,552     274,776     225,000       225,000           13,373          20,239        368,285        457,701

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          15,715          22,972         22,972         29,391
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                 15,715      22,972      192,107       192,107         284,203         377,430         29,391         29,391




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                                     BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                    SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET
                                

                               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          EXPENSE             EXPENSES          REFORECAST           BUDGET

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         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         1,700,000




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                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                       FINANCING AUTHORITIES FY2021-22 BUDGET

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

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        310,287
394-00000-4161                                      SPECIAL ASSESSMENT                              -              -         110,000        112,653                -              -              -              -
394-00000-4691                                      EVENT REVENUE                                                                           161,750                           4,563         96,200        161,750   65550 Taste of Muskegon
394-00000-4809                                      REIMBURSEMENT STATE                               -                              -            -                                              -              -
394-00000-4845                                      FUNDRAISING REVENUE                                         2,000                         5,000            2,000           5,000         5,000          5,000   Cookie Crawl
394-00000-4846                                      SPONSORSHIP REVENUE                                                                      82,000                                         70,000         87,000   12000 Taste of Muskegon
394-00000-4847                                      LAKESHORE ART                                                                                                              9,800
394-00000-4902                                      OP. TRANS FROM SERVICE REVENUE                                                           50,000                -          50,000       112,653        112,000
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        676,037

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                    1,085,903       1,060,809        600,058        902,434          926,705        560,299        774,884        676,037

 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        130,000
  Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                          5,077         14,050         349,073        208,051          606,618        217,529        208,051        130,000

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        159,279
  Totals for dept 70778 - LAKESHORE ART FESTIVAL                                                      -               -              -      159,279                -          22,445       159,279        159,279

Dept 70803 -DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
5100                                                SALARIES AND BENEFITS                          -          92,930          98,800         98,800           66,657          66,843        98,800         95,500
5200                                                SUPPLIES                                     853           3,683           1,500          1,500            1,070             814         1,500          1,500
5300                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -          24,216         150,000        152,238           24,163           2,524       152,238        156,000
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        253,000

 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         65,375
  Totals for dept 70780 - TASTE OF MUSKEGON                                                           -              39              -       65,375                -           2,192         2,600         65,375

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        607,654

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 394                                                        74,973         925,890            685        217,191          228,159        242,459        152,416         68,383
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                     (994,516)       (919,543)         6,347          6,347         (919,543)         6,347          6,347        158,763
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                        (919,543)          6,347          7,032        223,538         (691,384)       248,806        158,763        227,146




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                                   BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                      FINANCING AUTHORITIES FY2021-22 BUDGET

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

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          42,805
305-00000-4809                                     REIMBURSEMENT STATE              7,170        7,270        7,000         7,000           7,270          9,744         7,000           9,500
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          52,305

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                           44,868       42,707       49,206        49,206          42,733         51,947        49,206          52,305


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

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

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 305                                             4,868        2,707         (794)         (794)         12,733         14,447          (794)          2,305
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                            8,313       13,181       15,888        15,888          13,181         15,888        15,888          15,094
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                              13,181       15,888       15,094        15,094          25,914         30,335        15,094          17,399




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                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                        CAPITAL FUNDS FY2021-22 BUDGET

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

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          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         250,000
 404-00000-4808                                                      SALE OF LAND                        1,205,887         447,902        750,000         3,250,000        445,421      1,849,075      2,800,000       1,000,000
 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          50,000   From GF for Kiosks
 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       1,615,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                 2,732,816       5,084,920       3,135,500        4,045,551      2,954,636      2,297,734      3,626,776       1,615,000



 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 00000
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    1,006            149         226,000          456,385             149              -               -        150,000
  Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                                    1,006            149         226,000          456,385             149              -               -        150,000

 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                -   Patronicity
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          18,000
  Totals for dept 91602 - ARENA ANNEX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT                                                           -       15,000                 -              -         15,000        18,000          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          13,000          15,000
  Totals for dept 91608 - IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS DONE BY DPW                                                     221          10,136                 -              -          7,930        11,694          13,000          15,000

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

 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                -

 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              -               -              -




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                                          CAPITAL FUNDS FY2021-22 BUDGET

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


 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         60,000
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         60,000

 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




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                                       CAPITAL FUNDS FY2021-22 BUDGET

                                   GL NUMBER                                      2018-19        2019-20          2020-21        2020-21        Mar 31, 2020     Mar 31, 2021       2020-21         2021-22
                                       AND                                        ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY        ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL            ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER     RECOMMENDED
                               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                              BUDGET         BUDGET          EXPENSE          EXPENSES        REFORECAST        BUDGET
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          24,000           25,000
  Totals for dept 96054 - PROPERTY ACQUISITION                                       20,001          30,381                 -              -          30,381          20,193          24,000           25,000

 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         275,000

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 404                                            (939,432)     (1,759,924)        421,176          944,219       (1,265,443)       (292,795)        700,321       1,340,000
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                          1,098,023         158,591      (1,601,332)      (1,601,332)         158,591      (1,601,332)     (1,601,332)       (901,011)
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                               158,591      (1,601,332)     (1,180,156)        (657,113)      (1,106,852)     (1,894,127)       (901,011)        438,989




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                                          CAPITAL FUNDS FY2021-22 BUDGET

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



Fund 482 - STATE AND FEDERAL GRANTS
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
482-00000-4300                                                       FEDERAL GRANTS                         77,287                                 -              -                              -      12,400,000     10,481,894
482-00000-4400                                                       STATE GRANTS                        2,032,776       2,092,084                 -      1,819,847      1,053,378       1,069,430       2,169,115      1,965,872
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     12,447,766

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                 2,110,063       2,102,084          1,200         1,821,047      1,053,378       1,069,430      14,569,115     12,447,766

 Dept 80699- ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5900                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES                           -                              -              -                              -               -      1,579,203   GF $900,000 and Arena Fund $679203
  Totals for dept 91507 - EPA GRANT                                                                                 -              -               -              -              -               -               -      1,579,203

 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                                 -              -                             -                -        765,872
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        765,872

 Dept 91913 - WINDWARD POINTE GRANT
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  136,632       1,523,337                 -              -        989,904       1,168,136       1,168,136      1,200,000
 Total Dept 91913 - WINDWARD POINTE GRANT                                                                  136,632       1,523,337                 -              -        989,904       1,168,136       1,168,136      1,200,000

 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      3,545,075

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 482                                                                     (20,093)        53,380          1,200            1,200        (461,884)       (342,430)     12,389,053      8,902,691
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                     50,400         30,307         83,687           83,687          30,307          83,687          83,687     12,472,740
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                        30,307         83,687         84,887           84,887        (431,577)       (258,743)     12,472,740     21,375,431




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                                                                     BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                     ENTERPRISE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

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

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      9,400,000
590-00000-4619                                                       MISC. SALES AND SERVICES      51,250         134,393         120,000        120,000        112,793            40,300            50,000         75,000
590-00000-4704                                                       PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES     160,576         125,199         160,000        145,000        125,350           118,562           145,000        160,000
590-00000-4800                                                       MISC. & SUNDRY                 2,173               -           2,000          2,000              -             3,590             4,000          2,000
590-00000-4802                                                       REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED        8,246           9,445           7,000          7,000          6,678             7,258             8,000          8,000
590-00000-4818                                                       RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT               -                               -              -                                                  -              -
590-00000-4961                                                       BOND PROCEEDS                      -               -       5,675,000      5,675,000              -                 -         5,675,000      4,600,000
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     14,245,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                        8,105,694       8,391,810      15,176,675     15,382,870      5,854,554         5,983,638        14,583,200     14,245,000

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                         74,609                 -          53,714           74,609         96,826
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                       -               -               -          74,609             -              53,714           74,609         96,826


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30548 - BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         495,523         476,958        508,522        508,522        298,784            340,713          508,522        522,026
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        403,700
 Totals for dept 30548 - BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER                                         954,633       1,003,628        573,522        573,522        647,590            344,808          573,522        925,726

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      6,000,000
 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      6,000,000

Dept 60559 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE
5100                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS          839,559       1,038,763         838,519        828,385        635,504           620,926           828,385        918,675
5200                                                                 SUPPLIES                     100,237         110,572         116,450        116,450         76,268            83,072           116,450        116,450
5300                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         566,138         676,611         555,815        555,815        553,104           358,488           565,610        764,510
5400                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                36,245          12,543          33,000         33,000          3,903            39,280            39,280         33,000
5700                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                   30           3,548          18,100         46,100          1,609            32,257            46,100         19,100
 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      1,851,735

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                  -            -                -                  -              -       150,000
 Totals for dept 91828 - LIFT STATION REPAIRS/UPGRADES                                                     -      30,443                  -            -                -                  -              -       150,000

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               -
 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                  -              -            -                -                  -              -              -




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                                                        BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                        ENTERPRISE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

                                GL NUMBER                                          2018-19         2019-20        2020-21       2020-21      Mar 31, 2020    Mar 31, 2021          2020-21         2021-22
                                    AND                                            ACTIVITY        ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL     AMENDED        ACTUAL           ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER     RECOMMENDED
                            BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                    DESCRIPTION                                  BUDGET        BUDGET        EXPENSE         EXPENSES          REFORECAST         BUDGET
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       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       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         800,000
 Totals for dept 92010 - PECK ST - LAKETON TO MERRILL                                         -     110,609         800,000      800,000          55,799            21,078          800,000         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                -                   -        25,000          29,000
  Totals Dept 92046 - 3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                                            -               -            -      25,000                -                   -        25,000          29,000

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

 Dept SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -            -            -               -                   -              -              -
 5700                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -            -               -                   -              -        150,000
  Totals for SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED                                          -               -            -            -               -                   -              -        150,000

 Dept - GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2 UNASSIGNED
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -            -            -               -                   -              -              -
 5700                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -            -               -                   -              -         75,000
  Totals for GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2 UNASSIGNED                                                  -               -            -            -               -                   -              -         75,000

 JEFFERSON STREET UNASSIGNED
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -            -            -               -                   -              -              -
 5700                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -            -               -                   -              -         25,000
  Totals for JEFFERSON STREET UNASSIGNED                                                      -               -            -            -               -                   -              -         25,000

 MUSKEGON MUSEUM OF ART-ALLEY VACATION UNASSIGNED
5300                                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -            -            -               -                   -              -              -
 5700                                                   CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -            -               -                   -              -        140,000
  MUSKEGON MUSEUM OF ART-ALLEY VACATION UNASSIGNED                                            -               -            -            -               -                   -              -        140,000

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        18,571,070      11,743,287

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 590                                              (978,177)    (1,442,257) (2,255,597)      (4,472,125)    (1,184,396)       (5,719,140)       (3,987,870)      2,501,713
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                           12,771,208     11,793,031 10,350,774        10,350,774     11,793,031        10,350,774        10,350,774       6,362,904
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                              11,793,031     10,350,774   8,095,177        5,878,649     10,608,635         4,631,635         6,362,904       8,864,617




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                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                    ENTERPRISE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

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

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      3,380,000
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      4,600,000
591-00000-4618                                                      LEAD REPLACEMENT FEE                                    -         780,000        750,000              -                 -                 -        750,000
591-00000-4619                                                      MISC. SALES AND SERVICES          101,881         181,004         170,000        170,000        152,423            57,860            70,000        170,000
591-00000-4652                                                      TOWNSHIP MAINTENANCE CONTRACT     233,934          69,627         200,000        200,000         39,733            35,679            44,000        200,000
591-00000-4661                                                      LEASE/RENTAL                      191,609         175,251         180,000        180,000         56,960           117,666           180,000        180,000
591-00000-4704                                                      PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES           62,884          47,954          64,000         64,000         48,054            59,347            75,000         75,000
591-00000-4800                                                      MISC. & SUNDRY                     12,511                          10,000         10,000          6,359             6,662            10,000         10,000
591-00000-4802                                                      REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED            31,844          8,335           30,000         30,000         23,298            16,283            20,000         20,000
591-00000-4805                                                      CONTRIBUTIONS                           -         29,385                -              -              -                 -                 -              -
591-00000-4818                                                      RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                    -                               -              -                                                  -              -
591-00000-4961                                                      BOND PROCEEDS                           -                               -              -                                                  -      4,425,000
591-00000-4970                                                      INTEREST INCOME                    14,897           6,757          15,000         15,000          4,826             4,362             6,000          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     13,816,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                            8,472,413       8,414,562      10,214,400     10,184,400      5,906,180         6,413,732         8,605,000     13,816,000

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                                SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                             147,769             -             106,385          147,769        189,928
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                           -               -               -         147,769             -             106,385          147,769        189,928

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      1,212,891 see notes
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      1,181,261
 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      2,394,152

Dept 60555 - LEAD SERVICE LINE
5100                                                                SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                             150,000                 -         107,814          150,000        150,000
5200                                                                SUPPLIES                                                                         50,000                 -          62,812           80,000         80,000
5300                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                            550,000                 -         205,267          520,000        520,000
5400                                                                OTHER EXPENSES
5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS
 Totals for dept 60555 - LEAD SERVICE LINE                                                                     -               -              -     750,000                 -         375,893          750,000        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      1,201,614   new position
5200                                                                SUPPLIES                          365,837         324,098         367,900        367,900        198,571           180,727           324,000        367,900
5300                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              794,683         750,614       1,001,383      1,001,383        575,074           535,100           750,000      1,001,383
5400                                                                OTHER EXPENSES                      3,138          11,396           6,500          6,500          3,358             7,210             9,000          6,500
5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                    68,862         173,297         170,500        170,500        113,616           150,499           180,000        170,500
 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      2,747,897

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      1,390,812
5200                                                                SUPPLIES                          267,622         290,082         295,450        295,450        210,848           192,076           292,560        295,450
5300                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              507,751         549,329         615,744        615,744        432,525           305,064           531,544        927,365
5400                                                                OTHER EXPENSES                    107,987         136,314         150,000        150,000         87,619            96,590           180,000        180,000
5700                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                     8,767          16,843          18,000         18,000         15,692            31,370            44,000         24,000
 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      2,817,627

Dept 60660 - WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE-TWP
5100                                                                SALARIES & BENEFITS                46,455         33,801          48,630         48,165         32,041             13,925           48,165         48,165
5200                                                                SUPPLIES                            7,317          2,074                                         2,074              1,624            1,800          1,800
5300                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               50,408         41,898          43,000         43,000         35,516             24,914           40,000         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         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           19,687               -
 Totals for dept 91711 - LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON                                         1,235,433        880,313                  -      19,687        787,204              1,851           19,687               -

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                  -              -            -                -                  -              -              -

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 91828 - LIFT STATION REPAIRS
5300                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -               -              -            -                -                  -              -              -
 Totals for dept 91828 - LIFT STATION REPAIRS                                                                  -               -              -            -                -                  -              -              -

Dept 91831 - REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION




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                                                              ENTERPRISE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

                                 GL NUMBER                                              2018-19         2019-20        2020-21      2020-21    Mar 31, 2020     Mar 31, 2021          2020-21        2021-22
                                     AND                                                ACTIVITY        ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL    AMENDED      ACTUAL            ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER    RECOMMENDED
                             BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                        DESCRIPTION                                  BUDGET       BUDGET      EXPENSE          EXPENSES          REFORECAST        BUDGET
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES        105,480                              -           -                                                  -              -
 Totals for dept 91831 - REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                         105,480                  -           -           -                -                  -              -              -

Dept 91838 - PILOT 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 91855-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                     -         5,000               -
 Totals for dept 91918 - ELECTRICAL UPGRADE FILTRATION 19                                          -       4,236               -       5,000         4,236                     -         5,000               -

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

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       900,000
 Totals for dept 92007- HARVEY RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS                                              -      23,894       1,040,000   1,040,000         4,314                     -      1,040,000       900,000

Dept 92008- FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -      11,651        960,000      960,000         4,071              4,740          960,000       1,275,000
 Totals for dept 92008- FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS                                         -      11,651        960,000      960,000         4,071              4,740          960,000       1,275,000

Dept 92009- AMITY ST-FORK TO GETTY                                                                                                                                                                           -
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         5,653       1,250,000   1,250,000            -              24,534         1,250,000      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      1,250,000

Dept 92010- PECK STREET (MERRILL TO LAKETON)
5300                                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        39,348        700,000      700,000            -                 -            700,000        700,000
5700                                                          CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -           -              -            -                -                  -             -              -
 Totals for dept 92010- PECK ST (MERRIL TO LAKETON)                                                -      39,348        700,000      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                -           3,032          100,000        120,000
                                                                                                                   -                                        -               -
 Totals for dept 92037 - MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                        -               -           -     100,000                -           3,032          100,000        120,000

Dept - TERRACE ST (APPLE TO LAKESHORE)UNASSIGNED




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                                                           ENTERPRISE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

                                GL NUMBER                                             2018-19         2019-20        2020-21        2020-21      Mar 31, 2020   Mar 31, 2021          2020-21         2021-22
                                    AND                                               ACTIVITY        ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL      AMENDED        ACTUAL          ACTUAL           3rd QUARTER     RECOMMENDED
                            BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                       DESCRIPTION                                  BUDGET         BUDGET        EXPENSE        EXPENSES          REFORECAST         BUDGET
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -       25,000        25,000               -                  -         25,000        400,000
 Totals for dept - APPLE TO LAKESORE                                                             -               -       25,000        25,000               -                  -         25,000        400,000

Dept - HOUSTON(9TH TO 3RD)UNASSIGNED
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -       25,000        25,000               -                  -         25,000       1,000,000
 Totals for dept - HOUSTON (9TH TO 3RD)                                                          -               -       25,000        25,000               -                  -         25,000       1,000,000

Dept - GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2 UNASSIGNED
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -             -               -                  -              -         75,000
 Totals for dept - GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2                                                          -               -            -             -               -                  -              -         75,000

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

Dept 92034 - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA UNASSIGN
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -           -             -                -          44,324                -               -
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -     500,000       500,000                -          10,002          500,000         707,000
 Totals for dept 92034 - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA UNASSIGN                                         -               -     500,000       500,000                -          54,326          500,000         707,000

Dept - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA INELIGIBLE
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                        17,462
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -     405,000       405,000                -          11,374          405,000         808,949
 Totals for dept - WATER FILTRATION-WMRWA UNASSIGN                                               -               -     405,000       405,000                -          28,836          405,000         808,949

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 SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -            -             -               -                  -              -              -
 5700                                                      CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -             -               -                  -              -        100,000
  Totals for SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED                                             -               -            -             -               -                  -              -        100,000

 Dept MORTON UNASSIGNED
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -            -             -               -                  -              -              -
 5700                                                      CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -             -               -                  -              -         75,000
  Totals for SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED                                             -               -            -             -               -                  -              -         75,000

 Dept EDWATER UNASSIGNED
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  -               -            -             -               -                  -              -              -
 5700                                                      CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -               -            -             -               -                  -              -         50,000
  Totals for SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED                                             -               -            -             -               -                  -              -         50,000

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

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        15,861,443      16,750,518    -

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 591                                                  798,123         34,265      (5,423,802)   (6,092,578)    (1,212,871)        (146,497)       (7,256,443)     (2,934,518)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                              30,049,056     30,847,179      30,881,444    30,881,444     30,847,179       30,881,444        30,881,444      23,625,001
  ENDING ENDING NET POSITION                                                          30,847,179     30,881,444      25,457,642    24,788,866     29,634,308       30,734,947        23,625,001      20,690,482




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                                                           ENTERPRISE FUNDS FY 2021-22 BUDGET

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

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         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                -          15,000
594-00000-4629                                             TRANSIENT FEES                18,334         12,243              -             -         11,873                 -                -          25,000
594-00000-4630                                             LAUNCH RAMP                   72,002         66,922              -        60,000         55,487            38,025           60,000          75,000
594-00000-4677                                             RENT                               -                             -             -                                                 -               -
594-00000-4678                                             HARBOURTOWNE SLIP RENTAL           -                             -             -                                                 -               -
594-00000-4754                                             TRAFFIC FINES & FEES               -                             -             -                                                 -           2,500
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              50
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                300,663         75,874        222,500       240,000         64,348            77,165          266,294         287,550

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                300,663         75,874        222,500       240,000         64,348            77,165          266,294         287,550



EXPENDITURES
Dept 70756 - MUNICIPAL MARINA
5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS           41,388         53,673         44,964        44,964         41,093            22,215           44,964          32,000
5200                                                       SUPPLIES                      26,353         20,709         18,700        18,700         17,339             1,100           18,700          18,700
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES         231,327        295,726        235,794       135,000        230,847           110,772          193,919         300,000
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         101,300
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         452,000

Dept 70759 - LAUNCH RAMPS
5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS                -          6,491          3,000         3,000           2,677            7,555            9,000           6,000
5200                                                       SUPPLIES                       1,449            934          1,500         1,500             277            2,412            3,700           3,700
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           7,231          7,265          7,000         7,000           2,786            7,099            9,500          10,500
 Totals for dept 70759 - LAUNCH RAMPS                                                     8,680         14,690         11,500        11,500           5,740           17,066           22,200          20,200

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         472,200

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 594                                                (128,923)       (452,449)      (119,758)    (101,464)       (341,354)        (166,073)         (144,489)       (184,650)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                              1,665,799       1,536,876      1,084,426    1,084,426       1,536,876        1,084,426         1,084,426         939,937
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                 1,536,876       1,084,426        964,668      982,962       1,195,522          918,354           939,937         755,287




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

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         1,324,874
642-00000-4800                                              MISC. & SUNDRY                             520                             -               -                                             -                 -
642-00000-4901                                              OP. TRANSFER FROM GF                                                                                                               200,000           300,000
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         1,624,874

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                         1,052,700     1,051,922       1,105,619       1,105,619        789,020      830,124         1,305,619         1,624,874

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                        SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                  147,769            -        227,807          316,424           405,925
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                        -             -               -           147,769            -        227,807          316,424           405,925

EXPENDITURES
Dept 60442 - PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING
5100                                                        SALARIES & BENEFITS                    787,599     1,049,688         695,422         687,379        571,148      438,780          588,000            770,000
5200                                                        SUPPLIES                                26,780        58,406          38,900          38,900         38,620       32,125           38,900             49,900
5300                                                        CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   300,762       304,014         309,883         309,883        190,621      215,314          309,883            372,187
5400                                                        OTHER EXPENSES                             229            65           3,000           3,000             65            -            3,000              3,000
5700                                                        CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         52,998        38,624          54,000          54,000         33,023       30,236           54,000            179,900
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          1,374,987

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         1,780,912

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 642                                                           (154,886)     (435,727)         4,414         (135,312)      (120,898)     (18,455)          (4,588)          (156,038)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                           778,114       623,228        187,501          187,501        623,228      187,501          187,501            182,501
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                              623,228       187,501        191,915           52,189        502,330      169,046          182,913             26,463




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                                                                 INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS FY2021-22 BUDGET
                                                        
                      GL NUMBER                                                                    2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       MAR 31, 2020 MAR 31, 2021       2020-21           2021-22
                          AND                                                                      ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL        ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER       RECOMMENDED
                  BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                           DESCRIPTION                                    BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE      EXPENSES        REFORECAST          BUDGET

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            50,000
643-00000-4680                                              INTERDEPT.ENGINEERING FEES                403,437       276,605        450,000          450,000        169,494      242,227          460,000           500,000
643-00000-4901                                              OPERATING TRANSFER FROM GENERAL FUND            -        20,000              -                -              -            -           50,000            40,000
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           590,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                              432,655       327,183        485,050          485,050        197,768      261,573          545,050           590,000


Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                        SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                      43,442                      31,275           43,442            55,861
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                           -             -               -            43,442            -         31,275           43,442            55,861

 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 60447 - ENGINEERING
 5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS                       298,170       301,415        335,055          332,333        202,835      218,501          332,333           345,700
 5200                                                       SUPPLIES                                    8,121         7,929          5,350            5,350          7,603        1,620            2,000             5,350
 5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       64,829        81,396        129,461          129,461         59,240       90,662          129,461           146,285
 5400                                                       OTHER EXPENSES                              1,212           533          5,000            5,000            891        2,242            2,500             5,000
 5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            19,889        43,413         17,000           17,000         43,413       13,836           15,000            20,000
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           522,335

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           578,196

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 643                                                                40,434       (84,803)         (6,816)        (47,536)       (92,888)      (96,563)          20,314           11,804
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                               30,513        70,947         (13,856)        (13,856)        70,947       (13,856)         (13,856)           6,458
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                                  70,947       (13,856)        (20,672)        (61,392)       (21,941)     (110,419)           6,458           18,262




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                                                                INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS FY2021-22 BUDGET
                                                       
                      GL NUMBER                                                                2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       MAR 31, 2020 MAR 31, 2021      2020-21           2021-22
                          AND                                                                  ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED         ACTUAL        ACTUAL       3RD QUARTER       RECOMMENDED
                  BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                          DESCRIPTION                                 BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSE      EXPENSES       REFORECAST          BUDGET

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            10,000
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         3,328,300
661-00000-4800                                             MISC. & SUNDRY                          17,642        58,245          45,000          45,000         46,156        11,337          15,000            20,000
661-00000-4802                                             REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                 18,233        10,790          17,000          17,000          9,548         1,818           2,500            10,000
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             7,500
661-00000-4980                                             SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                   163,012             -          15,000          15,000              -             -          30,000            20,000
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         3,395,800

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         3,395,800

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                                  52,837             -         38,039          52,837            67,033
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                       -             -               -           52,837             -         38,039          52,837            67,033

EXPENDITURES
Dept 60932 - EQUIPMENT SERVICES
5100                                                       SALARIES & BENEFITS                    606,794       708,229         565,749         559,359        396,984       345,920         473,900           598,265
5200                                                       SUPPLIES                               885,626       674,460         889,500         889,500        521,195       389,390         891,077           915,500
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   711,235       710,303         824,045         824,045        463,587       531,520         808,095           857,581
5400                                                       OTHER EXPENSES                           1,392         1,649           3,000           3,000          1,649           345             500             3,000
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      1,103,472       400,428         903,000         854,000        396,053       167,959         669,000           985,000
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         3,359,346

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         3,426,379

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 661                                                            81,281      (110,009)       (278,294)       (275,741)       258,964       201,302        (632,409)          (30,579)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                        2,667,132     2,748,413       2,638,404       2,638,404      2,748,413     2,638,404       2,638,404         2,362,663
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                           2,748,413     2,638,404       2,360,110       2,362,663      3,007,377     2,839,707       2,005,995         2,332,084




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                                                      INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS FY2021-22 BUDGET
                                              
                      GL NUMBER                                                              2018-19       2019-20      2020-21      2020-21      MAR 31, 2020 MAR 31, 2021       2020-21         2021-22
                          AND                                                                ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY    ORIGINAL     AMENDED        ACTUAL        ACTUAL        3RD QUARTER     RECOMMENDED
                  BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                           DESCRIPTION                                          BUDGET        BUDGET        EXPENSE      EXPENSES        REFORECAST        BUDGET

Fund 677 - GENERAL INSURANCE

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
677-00000-4600                                    INTERDEPT. CHARGES                                  -            -    3,300,000     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       1,500,000
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         375,000
677-00000-4970                                    INTEREST INCOME                                12,030       10,980       20,000        20,000        10,980         7,005           20,000          10,000
 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       5,185,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                      4,952,872    5,682,617    4,929,000     4,929,000     3,379,159     2,684,504        4,929,000       5,185,000


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                           238,609      252,968       51,448        50,873        36,319       47,931            66,000          70,415
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       5,200,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                 24,501       17,157       25,000        25,000        16,460        21,884           25,000          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       5,295,415

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                            5,279,016    5,573,368    4,877,448     4,876,873     4,203,062     3,197,616        4,892,000       5,295,415

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 677                                                        (326,144)     109,250       51,552        52,127      (823,902)     (513,112)          37,000        (110,415)
  BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                      2,039,779    1,713,635    1,822,885     1,822,885     1,713,635     1,822,885        1,822,885       1,875,012
  ENDING NET POSITION                                                                         1,713,635    1,822,885    1,874,437     1,875,012       889,733     1,309,772        1,859,885       1,764,597




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                                                                               MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FY 2020-21 BUDGET
GL FUND CLASSIFICATION                                                                                         Mar 31, 2021            Mar 31, 2020           2020-21 3RD               2021-22
                                                                                       2020-21 AMENDED
   AND DEPARTMENT                          DESCRIPTION                RESPONSIBILITY                             ACTUAL                  ACTUAL                QUARTER               RECOMMENDED                            COMMENTS
                                                                                           BUDGET
       NUMBER                                                                                                 EXPENDITURES            EXPENDITURES            REFORECAST                BUDGET


         101             GENERAL FUND
                                                                                                                                                                                                       Downtown walkability improvements in snowmelt at
        91116            ADA COMPLIANCE, VARIOUS LOCATIONS                EVANS                  50,000                27,625                                        50,000                200,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Frauenthal and MCC
        91508            STREET LIGHTS CONVERSION TO LED,                  EVANS                                                                                                           479,588          Special Assessment Funded through GF
        91805            CITY HALL ROOF REPAIR                             EVANS
        91814            MCGRAFT PARK, PARKING LOT                         EVANS
        91816            IRRIGATION SYSTEMS, CITY HALL AND POSSIBLE OTHER LOCATIONS
                                                                           EVANS SUCH AS BIKE TRAILS
                         DRAINAGE IMPROVEMENT AT FOOTBALL FIELD,
        91827                                                               EVANS                                                             116,059
                         SMITH RYERSON
        91829            ROOF REPLACEMENT MAUSOLEUM                         EVANS
        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             60,000                  280                    9,544                35,000                 50,000

        92038            NEW DOOR SYSTEM AT CITY HALL                                           14,000                 13,824                                         14,000
        92041            BEACHWOOD/BLUFFTON BIKE RACK                     EVANS                 25,534                 25,435                                         25,534
        92042            CTCL ELECTION GRANT                             MEISCH                433,580                388,619                                        433,580
        92043            AAMODT PARK PLAYGROUD PAVILLON                   EVANS                130,000                 34,762                                        130,000
        92045            MAUSOLEUM                                       EVANS                  30,258                 28,793                                         30,258
                         SCBA REPLACEMENT                                J LEWIS                                      233,620                         -              233,620
        92047            2020 CAPITAL IMP BONDS                          B LEWIS                600,000                55,026                                        600,000
        92048            CENTRAL DISPATCH                                J LEWIS              3,600,000             1,696,286                                      2,500,000              1,100,000
        92049            ARENA ROOF HVAC PAYOFF                          B LEWIS              2,073,373             2,073,373                                      2,073,373
        92101            POLICE BODY CAMERAS                             J LEWIS                500,000               225,175                                        490,000
                         IMPROVEMENTS AT CENTRAL FIRE STATION            J LEWIS                                                                                           -
        92106            PERE MARQUETTE BEACH PARKING UPGRADE             EVANS                 300,000                                                               30,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $      7,816,745   $         4,814,347     $           132,405     $        6,645,365     $        1,829,588


         202             MAJOR STREETS
        90000            SHORELINE @4TH CONVENTION CENTER                 EVANS                 150,000                     -                                                -
        90000            RICHARDS PARK DRIVE                              EVANS                  25,000                25,000                                                -
        91509            LAKETON AVE. GETTY TO CRESTON                    EVANS
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Converting Shoreline Drive from boulevard into 2-lane / 2-
        91605            TRAFFIC STUDIES                                  EVANS                                                                 2,787                                       50,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                          way. Explore concepts and provide framework
        91702            BLACK CREEK - SHERMAN TO LATIMER                 EVANS
        91711            LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON               EVANS                 405,807                10,548               2,287,271               250,000
        91724            FRANKLIN, WESTERN TO LAKESHORE DR.               EVANS                                                                11,826
        91725            LAKESHORE, BEACH WILCOX TO WATERWORKS            EVANS                  50,000                46,366                  19,656                50,000
        91821            2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES         EVANS
        91831            REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                         EVANS
        91842            SHERIDAN & OTLHOFF                               EVANS                 715,222               715,222                   5,830               715,222
        91843            THIRD ST, MUSKEGON TO MERRILL                    EVANS                                                               457,564
        91844             1ST STREET, SOUTH END BETWEEN CLAY & WES        EVANS
        91851            SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER                        EVANS                 123,021                67,508                                       123,021
        91852            9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                         EVANS                   2,110                                                               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
        91914            SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING                        EVANS                     948                   948                                           948
        91917            BEACH ST. - WILCOX TO SIMSPON                    EVANS                 400,000               333,911                  47,969               400,000
        92002            PECK ST. - APPLE TO STRONG                       EVANS                  25,000                30,647                  13,755                40,000                650,000          State FY21 Fed Aid Project ($385,824 Fed)
        92003            MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN FROM WESTERN TO LSD          EVANS                 800,000                43,478                  18,590               800,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                      FY22 Fed Aid. Reconfigure boulevard into 2-lane / 2-way
        92004            TERRACE; APPLE TO SEAWAY                         EVANS                  35,000                 9,153                                        35,000               1,043,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     street with public plaza
        92010            PECK ST LAKETON TO MERRILL                       EVANS                                                                                      20,000                200,000
        92012            LAKESHORE TRAIL EROSION                          EVANS                 300,000                10,574                                       300,000
        92014            ADA SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT                         EVANS                                                                 1,163
        92032            ROBERTS; BARNEY TO LAKETON                       EVANS                   1,623                 1,623                                         1,623
        92033            TERRACE; APPLE TO MUSKEGON REPAINT               EVANS                  14,343                14,434                                        14,343
                                                                                                                                                                                                        FY22-23 City Funded Project for Road/Water/Sewer
        92036            HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD                               EVANS                  35,000                27,250                                        35,000                700,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Upgrades
        92037            MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                               EVANS
        92046            3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                     EVANS
        92102            WOOD STREET, APPLE TO MARQUETTE AVE              EVANS                                                                                                            500,000         Pair with Concentrated Lead Service Line Work
                         MUSKEGON MUSEUM OF ART ALLEY VACATION            EVANS                                                                                                             90,000
        96021            BRIDGE INSPECTION                                EVANS                   2,000                 1,175                    270                  2,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Design Only, FY23 Federal Aid Project (Possibly Combine
                         PECK STREET (KEATING TO LAKETON)                 EVANS                                                                                                             50,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Funding into 1 Project)
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Design Only, FY23 Federal Aid Project (Possibly Combine
                         SHERMAN BLVD (GLENSIDE TO SEAWAY)                EVANS                                                                                                            100,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Funding into 1 Project)
                         ROADWAY ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN                    EVANS                                                                                                              15,000      State mandated AM Plan Development for Streets
        99118            MUSKETAWA TRAIL CONNECTOR 1B                     EVANS                 800,000                39,776                  40,544                 50,000                650,000        MDNR Grant $315K / MDOT Grant $400,586
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $      3,885,074   $         1,403,614     $         3,107,404     $        2,889,267     $        4,048,000


         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
        91854            BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                              EVANS                  57,449                73,366                                        81,243
        92037            MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                               EVANS                  25,000                11,850                                        25,000                 50,000
        92046            FRAUENTHAL ALLEY                                 EVANS                  80,000                 6,868                                        10,000                150,000

                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $       162,449    $            85,216     $             4,074     $         116,243      $         200,000

         254             MERCY HEALTH ARENA
                         ZAMBONI                                     VANDERMOLEN                                                                                                           125,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                                                                                                              $         125,000

         264             CRIMINAL FORFEITURE FUND
        40333            LEXIPOL                                         J. LEWIS                17,614                       -                                              -
        40333            POWER DMS SOFTWARE                              J LEWIS                  8,100                                                                      -
        40333            MACP ACCREDITATION                              J LEWIS                  2,600                                                                      -
        40333            CELLIBRITE CELL PHONE ANALYZER                  J. LEWIS                     -                                                                      -              12,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $         28,314   $               -       $               -       $              -       $          12,000


         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




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                                                                               MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FY 2020-21 BUDGET
GL FUND CLASSIFICATION                                                                                         Mar 31, 2021           Mar 31, 2020         2020-21 3RD               2021-22
                                                                                       2020-21 AMENDED
   AND DEPARTMENT                         DESCRIPTION                 RESPONSIBILITY                             ACTUAL                 ACTUAL              QUARTER               RECOMMENDED                           COMMENTS
                                                                                           BUDGET
       NUMBER                                                                                                 EXPENDITURES           EXPENDITURES          REFORECAST                BUDGET

                         IMPROVEMENTS AT LC WALKER INCLUDING RAD
        91712                                                                                                            462
                         DADS
        91726            CITY HALL UPGRADES, CARPET, FURNITURE          MIKESELL               295,246                306,243                 16,283             310,000
        91801            CONVENTION CENTER                                                                                                 1,142,004
        91802            REHAB HOUSE 1078 SECOND STREET                 PETERSON                                                               4,069
                         L.C. WALKER ARENA GENERAL WORK
        91808                                                           PETERSON                                                              46,525
                         (HEATING/COOLING/STRUCTURE)
        91810            REHAB HOUSE 1531 BEIDLER STREET                PETERSON
        91812            REHAB HOUSE 1067 GRAND AVE                     PETERSON                                                              75,355
        91813            REHAB 1290 WOOD                                PETERSON                                         339                     582
        91815            REHAB HOUSE 248 MASON STREET                   PETERSON                                         171                     177
        91820            PLAYGROUND EQUIPMENT AT P.M.                   MIKESELL
        91823            REHAB 1188 4TH STREET                          PETERSON                   800                    (22)               129,265                   -
        91824            880 1ST STREET                                                                                 4,024                  6,343               4,024
        91839            L C WALKER IMPROVEMENTS 18-19                                                                                       912,550
        91901            SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION                                                                                        511,889
        91902            LC WALKER ROOF,HVAC,DEHUMIDIFICATION SYSTEM    PETERSON               208,051                176,629                192,306             208,051
        91904            REHAB 1457 7TH STREET                          PETERSON                40,000                 55,187                 26,580              40,000
        91909            REHAB 1192 PINE STREET                         PETERSON               370,000                175,498                 27,304             310,000                 60,000
        91914            SEAWAY BRIDGE PAINTING                           EVANS                 68,385                 71,885                                     71,885
        91920            CITY HALL ELEVATOR                               EVANS                                                               79,711
        91923            SCATTERED HOUSING PROJECT                      PETERSON              1,500,000             1,449,174                592,859            1,500,000
        91924            REHAB 580 CATHERINE                            PETERON                  10,000                11,661                 70,069               11,661
        92011            REHAB 1095 3RD                                                                                                        3,222
        92016            ST MARY'S PARKING LOT                            EVANS                                                               16,025
        92017            MERCY HEALTH ARENA SIGN                         MAURER                 52,359                 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                 58,346                 69,423                  1,000              69,423
        92026            PAID PARKING KIOSK & COIN MACHINE               FRANZAK                                        9,778                                     48,000
        92028            CLERKS OFFICE REDESIGN                           MEISCH                22,000                 12,443                                     22,000
        92029            PM BATHHOUSE DISPLAY                             EVANS                  4,607                  4,607                                      4,607

        92030            FEMA ELIGIBLE COVID19 EXPENSES

        92031            ELECTRIC CHARGING STATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                   MDNR Grant not awarded, proceeding with smaller scale
        92110            CAMPBELL FIELD                                   EVANS                306,000                                                                    -             150,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                        project utilising PILOT contribution dollars
                         SCBA REPLACEMENT GRANT                          J LEWIS                232,000                                                                 -
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $      3,167,794   $         2,425,821    $         4,121,980   $        2,658,966     $         210,000


         482             STATE GRANTS FUND
        91507            EPA/BROWNFIELD GRANT                            MIKESELL
        91908            MDOC PROPERTY                                MIKESELL/WILLS          1,819,847               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                                                    $      1,819,847   $         1,308,626    $         1,495,153   $        2,169,115     $              -                               0

         590             SEWER
          0              BEIDLER & MADISON S2 PROJECTS                    EVANS
        91826            SRF SEWER UPGRADES                                                       2,500                 1,352                  2,828               2,500
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Various year to year based on immediate unplanned for
        91828            LIFT STATIONS REPAIRS/UPGRADES                                                                                                           50,000                150,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            needs
        91830            SRF PROJECTS 2018                               EVANS                                                                83,347
        91831            REMEMBRANCE DRIVE UPGRADES                     MIKESELL
        91849            LIFT STATION REPAIRS/ UPGRADES 18-19           MIKESELL
        91850            SRF (2019) BOURDON & ADDISON ALLEY              EVANS                   99,000                59,217                    599               99,000
        91851            SRF (2019)SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER             EVANS                2,251,756               892,198                 18,454            2,251,756
        91852            SRF (2019) 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE             EVANS                1,266,643               964,549                316,703            1,266,643
        91853            SRF (2019) GETTY LIFT STATION REPAIR            EVANS                   89,264                70,999                    736               89,264
        91854            SRF (2019) BEIDLER TRUCK SEWER                  EVANS                2,971,563             2,532,305                 45,354            2,971,563
        91855            SRF (2019) GLENSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD - PHASE 1      EVANS                  968,556               941,719                  5,399              968,556
        91856            SRF(2019) PECK & SANFORD - PHASE 1              EVANS                1,002,832               966,582                 10,240            1,002,832
        92003            MICHIGAN AND FRANKLIN                           EVANS                   50,000                                                            50,000
        92004            TERRACE ST APPLE TO LAKESHORE                   EVANS                                                                                                           100,000
        92009            AMITY -FORK TO GETTY                            EVANS                1,500,000                38,891                 54,975            1,500,000              1,500,000        FY20 SRF/DWRF Project - 50% Construction
        92010            PECK ST - LAKETON TO MERRILL                    EVANS                  800,000                21,078                 55,799              800,000                800,000        FY20 SRF/DWRF Project - 50% Construction
        92018            LIFT REPAIRS APPLE/HARBOURTOWNE                                                                                      40,608
        92046            FRAUENTHAL ALLEY                                 EVANS                                                                                                          29,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                 FY22 SRF/DWRF Project - ~$500K of Sewer Funds are
     UNASSIGNED          GLENSIDE SRF - PHASE 2                           EVANS                                                                                                          75,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     ineligible for bonding
                                                                                                                                                                                                  FY22 SRF/DWRF Additional Road Funding Needed for
     UNASSIGNED          SANFORD STREET - MERRILL TO LAKETON              EVANS                                                                                                         150,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                           Merrill to Apple section at some point
                                                                                                                                                                                                    Project design to accommodate MHS Expansion by
     UNASSIGNED          JEFFERSON STREET                                 EVANS                                                                                                          25,000  rerouting utilities. MHS contributing small portion to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              cost.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Relocate existing storm and sanitary from alley to make way
     UNASSIGNED          MUSKEGON MUSEUM OF ART - ALLEY VACATION                                                                                                                        140,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      for MMA Expansion
     UNASSIGNED          SANFORD STREET - APPLE TO LAKETON                EVANS
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $     11,002,114   $         6,488,890    $           635,041   $              -       $        2,969,000


         591             WATER
        91509            LAKETON, GETTY TO CRESTON                       EVANS
        91710            WATER ASSET MANAGEMENT
                         LAKESHORE DRIVE WATERMAIN, MCCRACKEN TO
        91711                                                            EVANS                  19,687                  1,851                787,204             150,000
                         LAKETON
        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
        91846            REPAIR & ADD MEMBRANE TO 4 OF 4 CLEAR WELLS @MUNGARWADI
                                                                       PLANT
        91847            FRUITPORT GENERATOR TIE-IN WITH EMERGENCY GENERATOR
                                                                      MUNGARWADI                                                              10,800
        91848            OLD FILTER GALLERY ROOF, REHAB-WALLS AND WINDOWS
                                                                      MUNGARWADI
        91851            SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER REROUTE               EVANS                1,001,020               679,838                                   1,001,020
        91854            BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                             EVANS                  608,462               451,492                                     608,462
        91855            GLENSIDE SRF - PHASE1                           EVANS                  438,105               354,445                                     438,105
        91856            JEFFERSON/STRONG                                 EVAN                   70,527                45,184                                      70,527
        91903            DWRF PROJECTS 2019                              EVANS                                                                49,153
        91917            BEACH STREET                                    EVANS                 700,000                197,875                 23,338             700,000
        91918            ELECTRICAL UPGRADE AT FILTRATION PLANT         BUTHKER                  5,000                                         4,236                   -
        92002            PECK ST - APPLE TO STRONG                       EVANS                 300,000                  4,158                    289               5,000                300,000
        92003            MICHIGAN AND FRANKLIN                           EVANS                  50,000                                                            50,000




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                                                                               MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECTS FY 2020-21 BUDGET
GL FUND CLASSIFICATION                                                                                           Mar 31, 2021          Mar 31, 2020         2020-21 3RD               2021-22
                                                                                       2020-21 AMENDED
   AND DEPARTMENT                       DESCRIPTION                   RESPONSIBILITY                               ACTUAL                ACTUAL              QUARTER               RECOMMENDED                            COMMENTS
                                                                                           BUDGET
       NUMBER                                                                                                   EXPENDITURES          EXPENDITURES          REFORECAST                BUDGET
        92005            COMMUNICATIONS TOWER                           BUTHKER                                                                61,969
        92007            HARVEY RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS                  BUTHKER               1,040,000                                         4,314            1,040,000               900,000               Carryover Project - Started in 20-21

        92008            FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS 3,6,11      BUTHKER                960,000                    4,740                 4,071             960,000               1,275,000              Carryover Project - Started in 20-21

       92009             AMITY ST - FORK TO GETTY                                             1,250,000                  24,534                                  1,250,000              1,250,000          FY20 SRF/DWRF Project - 50% Construction
       92010             PECK ST - MERRILL TO LAKETON                     EVANS                 700,000                                                            700,000                700,000          FY20 SRF/DWRF Project - 50% Construction
       92037             MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                               EVANS                 100,000                   3,032                                      5,000                120,000         Water main upgrades to connect 3rd and 4th
       99012             GIS UPDATE AND MAINTENANCE                       EVANS                  10,000                  12,749                 8,740               10,000
       92004             TERRACE ST APPLE TO LAKESHORE                    EVANS                  25,000                                                                  -                400,000
       92036             HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD                               EVANS                  25,000                                                                  -              1,000,000
     UNASSIGNED          SANFORD ST MERRILL TO LAKETON                    EVANS                       -                                                                  -                100,000
     UNASSIGNED          GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2                             EVANS                                                                                                            75,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                      Intake Inspection ($75K), Clearwell Inspection ($50K),
                                                                                                                                                                                                         Roofing ($150K), High Service #2 Valve ($20K),
                         WATER FILTRATION PLANT -WMRWA                                                                                                                                              Hypochlorite Pumps ($75K), FRP Tank Inspections ($15K),
        92034                                                           BUTHKER                500,000                   54,326                                   500,000                707,000
                         UNASSIGNED                                                                                                                                                                 Recycle #2 VFD ($25K), Fencing & Gate ($30K), Clearwell
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Drainage ($10K), Reliability Study ($40K), Comm Tower
                                                                                                                                                                                                             ($175K), Hypochlorite Pipelines ($134K)

                         WATER FILTRATION PLANT - WMRWA NOT                                                                                                                                         Harvey Inspection ($50K), Roberts Tank Coating ($400K),
     UNASSIGNED                                                         BUTHKER                405,000                   28,836                                   405,000                808,949
                         ELIGIBLE                                                                                                                                                                      Harvey Pump #1 ($50K), Marshall Tank ($308,949)
                         HARVEY PUMP REPAIR, # 2                        BUTHKER
                         HARVEY SUMP AND DRAINS REPAIR                  BUTHKER
                         REPLACE CHEMICAL FEED LINES - HYPOCHLORITE     BUTHKER
                         REPLACE TANK LINER - HYPOCHLORITE TANK         BUTHKER
                         TITRATOR, LABORATORY EQUIPMENT                 BUTHKER
                         PECK STREET - APPLE TO MERRILL                  EVANS
                         RELIABILITY STUDY                              BUTHKER
                         MORTON AVENUE (LINCOLN TO DENMARK)              EVANS                                                                                                            75,000                          FY22 DWRF
                         EDGEWATER (WILCOX TO ARLINGTON)                 EVANS                                                                                                            50,000                          FY22 DWRF
                         DEWATERING TRAILER & EQUIPMENT                  EVANS
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $      8,207,801     $         1,863,061   $         1,349,743   $        7,893,114     $        7,760,949


         594             MARINA
        91809            DOCKS & BUILDING IMPROVEMENTS (OFFICE, BATHROOM)
                                                                        EVANS
                                                                                                                                                                                                    MDNR Grant Application for $600K Improvements. Match
                         GRAND TRUNK-MDEGLE CZM GRANT PROJECT             EVANS                                                                                                          100,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                          from GF
                         T DOCK REPLACEMENT PROJECT                       EVANS                                                                                                         2,470,000     Requested Grant and Partial Match ($1.4M Project)
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $            -       $               -     $               -     $              -       $        2,570,000


         642             PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING
        90113            PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING ROOF                     EVANS                                                                48,000                                    150,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $            -       $               -     $            48,000   $              -       $         150,000


         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
                         VARIOUS SMALL EQUIPMENT                        MIKESELL                60,000                                                             60,000                 60,000
                         MINI EXCAVATOR                                                                                                                                                   85,000
          1              RIDING MOWER/ SNOW BLOWER                      MIKESELL
                         DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                              $        60,000      $               -     $               -     $          60,000      $         145,000

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

         5730            VEHICLES:
          3              POLICE CRUISERS / TAHOES                         EVANS                 40,000                                                                  -                117,000
                         F350 WATER                                       EVANS                 42,000                                                             40,000
          2              1 TON FLATBED HIGHWAY                            EVANS                 42,000                                                                  -                 84,000
          1              1 TON FLATBED TRAFFIC                            EVANS                 35,000                                                                  -                 42,000
                         1/2 TON CARGO VAN FILTRATION                     EVANS                 26,000                                                             35,000
                         FORD RANGE 4X4 FIRE MARSHALL                     EVANS
                         DETECTIVE CARS                                   EVANS                      -                                                                  -
                         1/2 TON SUPERVISOR TRUCKS                        EVANS                      -                                                                  -                 80,000
                         COLORADO - CITY ENGINEERING                      EVANS                      -                                                                  -
                         PLOW TRUCK                                       EVANS                      -                                                                  -
                         BACKHOE                                          EVANS                      -                                                                  -
                         CITY HALL CARS                                   EVANS                      -                                                                  -
                         POLICE CRUISERS / TAHOES                         EVANS                117,000                                                            117,000
          3              POLICE ADMIN VEHICLES                            EVANS                 51,000                                                             51,000                 85,000
          2               3/4 TON 4X4 PICKUPS PARKS                       EVANS                 33,000                                                             33,000                 75,000
                         HIGH RANGERS                                     EVANS                105,000                                                            105,000
          4              3/4 TON TRUCK FOR WATER- 2X4                     EVANS                 33,000                                                             33,000                132,000
                         1 TON 4X4 DUMP TRUCK                             EVANS                 45,000                                                             45,000
                         BACKHOE                                          EVANS
                         PAVER                                            EVANS                                                                                    90,000
          1              PLOW TRUCK                                       EVANS                165,000                                                                  -                165,000
                         DEPARTMENT TOTAL                                              $       734,000      $               -     $               -     $         549,000      $         780,000
                         FUND TOTAL                                                    $      854,000       $              -      $              -      $         669,000      $         985,000

                                                                                                                                                                                                    * POLICE CRUISERS CHANGED TO SUVS AS THE CHEVY
                            MAJOR CAPITAL PROJECT TOTAL                                $ 36,944,138         $ 18,389,576          $ 10,893,801          $ 23,041,070           $ 20,734,537         IMPALA POLICE UNIT IS BEING DISCONTIUED BY GENERAL
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                                                                                                    BUDGETED POSITIONS                     BUDGETED POSITIONS
                                                                                                AUTHORIZED      TOTAL BY    TOTAL BY    AUTHORIZED      TOTAL BY    TOTAL BY
                   BUDGETARY ACCOUNT                        POSITION TITLE             FUND      POSITIONS    DEPARTMENT     FUND        POSITIONS    DEPARTMENT     FUND       CHANGE

CEMETERIES (101-70276)                  Leisure Services Maintenance Worker III          101              2                                       2
CEMETERIES (101-70276)                  Highway Supervisor                               101           0.25          2.25                      0.25          2.25                    0

CITY CLERK & ELECTIONS (101-20215)      City Clerk                                       101              1                                       1
CITY CLERK & ELECTIONS (101-20215)      Administrative Secretary                         101              0                                       0
CITY CLERK & ELECTIONS (101-20215)      Event Coordinator                                101            1.8                                     1.8
CITY CLERK & ELECTIONS (101-20215)      Customer Service Rep II                          101              1                                       2
CITY CLERK & ELECTIONS (101-20215)      Deputy City Clerk                                101              1           4.8                         1           5.8                    1

CITY COMMISSION (101-10101)             Executive Assistant to City Manager              101           0.25          0.25                      0.25          0.25                    0

CITY HALL MAINTENANCE (101-60265)       Building Maintenance Worker                      101              1                                      1
CITY HALL MAINTENANCE (101-60265)       Customer Service Rep II                          101           0.05          1.05                                      1                  -0.05

CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE (101-10172)       City Manager                                     101             1                                        1
CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE (101-10172)       Assistant City Manager                           101                                                   0.55
CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE (101-10172)       Special Projects Coordinator                     101              1                                       1
CITY MANAGER'S OFFICE (101-10172)       Executive Assistant to City Manager              101           0.75          2.75                      0.75           3.3                  0.55

CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE (101-30253)     Customer Service Rep II                          101            3.5                                     3.5
CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE (101-30253)     Treasury Services Supervisor                     101              1                                       1
CITY TREASURER'S OFFICE (101-30253)     City Treasurer                                   101              1           5.5                       0.8           5.3                  -0.2

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (101-20220)          EEO/Employee Relations Director                   101           0.6           0.6                       0.6           0.6                    0

BUILDING CODE INSPECTIONS (101-50387)   Code Coordinator                                 101             1                                       1
BUILDING CODE INSPECTIONS (101-50387)   Code Compliance Inspector Inspector              101             1             2                         1             2                     0

FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION (101-30202)    Finance Analyst                                  101            0.7                                     0.7
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION (101-30202)    Management Assistant                             101           0.75                                       1
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION (101-30202)    Assistant Finance Director                       101              1                                       1
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATION (101-30202)    Finance and Administrative Services Director     101              1          3.45                         1           3.7                  0.25

FIRE (101-50336)                        Firefighter                                      101             12                                      12
FIRE (101-50336)                        Director of Public Safety                        101              0                                       0
FIRE (101-50336)                        Fire Lieutenant                                  101              9                                       9
FIRE (101-50336)                        Fire Battalion Chief                             101              3                                       3
FIRE (101-50336)                        Fire Marshal                                     101              1                                       1
FIRE (101-50336)                        Deputy Director of Fire                          101              1                                       1
FIRE (101-50336)                        Fire Inspector                                   101                                                    0.5
FIRE (101-50336)                        Fire Captain                                     101             0                                        0
FIRE (101-50336)                        Fire Mechanic (Assistant)                        101             3            29                          3          29.5                   0.5

INCOME TAX ADMINISTRATION (101-30205)   Customer Service Rep II                          101            2.5                                     2.5
INCOME TAX ADMINISTRATION (101-30205)   Income Tax Administrator                         101              0                                     0.2
INCOME TAX ADMINISTRATION (101-30205)   Income Tax Auditor                               101              1           3.5                         1           3.7                   0.2

INFORMATION SYSTEMS (101-30248)         Information Systems Director                     101              1                                       1
INFORMATION SYSTEMS (101-30248)         Network Administrator                            101              1                                       1
INFORMATION SYSTEMS (101-30248)         Technology Support Specialist                    101            1.5                                     1.5
INFORMATION SYSTEMS (101-30248)         Network Technician                               101              0           3.5                         0           3.5                    0

PARKS (101-70751)                       Horticultist                                     101              1                                       1
PARKS (101-70751)                       Leisure Services Maintenance Worker II           101              6                                       6
PARKS (101-70751)                       Leisure Services Maintenance Worker I            101              2                                       2
PARKS (101-70751)                       Parks Supervisor                                 101           0.85                                    0.85
PARKS (101-70751)                       Superintendent of Public Works                   101           0.05           9.9                      0.05           9.9                    0

MC GRAFT PARK MAINTENANCE (101-70757)   Parks Supervisor                                 101           0.15          0.15                      0.15          0.15                    0

PLANNING (101-80400)                    Economic Development Director                    101           0.25                                    0.25
PLANNING (101-80400)                    Planning Director                                101           0.25                                    0.25
PLANNING (101-80400)                    Director of Development Services                 101           0.25                                    0.25
PLANNING (101-80400)                    Administrative Assistant                         101              1                                       1
PLANNING (101-80400)                    Director Strategic Iniatives                     101           0.25                                    0.25
PLANNING (101-80400)                    Planner I                                        101              1                                       1
PLANNING (101-80400)                    Planner II                                       101              0                                       1
PLANNING (101-80400)                    Code Compliance Inspector                        101              0            3                          0            4                     1

POLICE (101-40301)                      Police Officer                                   101             63                                     62
POLICE (101-40301)                      Police Sergeant                                  101              8                                      9
POLICE (101-40301)                      Customer Service Rep II                          101              5                                      5
POLICE (101-40301)                      Police Lieutenant                                101              4                                      5
POLICE (101-40301)                      Police Captain                                   101              3                                      3
POLICE (101-40301)                      Police Records Supervisor                        101              1                                      1
POLICE (101-40301)                      Administrative Aide/Office Manager               101              1                                      1
POLICE (101-40301)                      Parking Officer                                  101              2                                      3
POLICE (101-40301)                      Director of Public Safety                        101              1                                      1
POLICE (101-40301)                      Police Community Coordinator                     101              1           89                         1            91                     2

SANITATION (101-60523)                  Equipment Supervisor                             101            0.2           0.2       160.9           0.2           0.2      166.15      5.25

MVH-MAJOR STREETS (202-60440)           Equipment Operator                               202              8                                       8
MVH-MAJOR STREETS (202-60440)           Superintendent of Public Works                   202           0.45                                    0.45
MVH-MAJOR STREETS (202-60440)           Leisure Services Maintenance Worker III          202              1                                       1
MVH-MAJOR STREETS (202-60440)           General Laborer                                                                                           1
MVH-MAJOR STREETS (202-60440)           Traffic Sign Fabricator                          202              2                                       2
MVH-MAJOR STREETS (202-60440)           Highway Supervisor                               202           0.75          12.2        12.2          0.75          13.2        13.2        1

MVH-LOCAL STREETS (203-60440)           Equipment Operator                               203              5                                       5
MVH-LOCAL STREETS (203-60440)           Highway Supervisor                               203           0.75                                    0.75
MVH-LOCAL STREETS (203-60440)           Superintendent of Public Works                   203           0.45                                    0.45
MVH-LOCAL STREETS (203-60440)           Leisure Services Maintenance Worker III          203              1           7.2         7.2             1           7.2         7.2        0




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                                                                                                           2020-21                                   2021-22
                                                                                                      BUDGETED POSITIONS                        BUDGETED POSITIONS
                                                                                                  AUTHORIZED      TOTAL BY    TOTAL BY       AUTHORIZED      TOTAL BY    TOTAL BY
               BUDGETARY ACCOUNT                                  POSITION TITLE          FUND     POSITIONS    DEPARTMENT     FUND           POSITIONS    DEPARTMENT     FUND           CHANGE
FARMERS MARKET (252-70863)                   Administrative Assistant/Event Coordinator     252           0.2                                        0.2
FARMERS MARKET (252-70863)                   Market Manager                                 252             1           1.2         1.2              0.5           0.7         0.7          -0.5

MERCY ARENA (254-70805)                      Box Office & Events Coordinator                254            1                                          0
MERCY ARENA (254-70805)                      Arena Director                                 254                                                       1
MERCY ARENA (254-70805)                      Director of Tenant Relations                   254                                                       1
MERCY ARENA (254-70805)                      Arena Maintenance Worker                       254             2                                         4
MERCY ARENA (254-70805)                      Management Assistant                           254          0.25          3.25        3.25               0             6           6           2.75

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (394-70803)   Business Development Manager                   394            1             1               1            1             1           1             0

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (472-80712)            Customer Service Rep II                        472            1
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (472-80712)            Grants Program Coordinator                     472                                                        1
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (472-80712)            Finance Analyst                                472           0.3                                        0.3
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (472-80691)            Community Development Specialist               472             2                                          3
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT (472-80691)            Community Services Director                    472             1           4.3         4.3                1           5.3         5.3            1

SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Municipal Services Director                    590          0.25                                       0.25
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Planning Manager                               590          0.25                                       0.25
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Economic Development Director                  590          0.25                                       0.25
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Dir of Strategic Iniatives                     590          0.25                                       0.25
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Assistant City Manager                         590                                                     0.15
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Water/Sewer Maintenance Worker                 590             7                                          7
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Public Utilities Supervisor                    590             1                                          1
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Superintendent of Public Utilities             590           0.4                                        0.4
SEWER MAINTENANCE (590-60559)                Equipment Operator                             590           1.4          10.8        10.8              1.4         10.95       10.95          0.15

WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Municipal Services Director                    591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Planning Manager                               591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Economic Development Director                  591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Dir of Strategic Iniatives                     591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Assistant City Manager                         591                                                     0.15
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Water Plant Operator                           591            7                                           8
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Chief Operator                                 591            1                                           1
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Water Filtration Maintenance Operator          591            1                                           1
WATER FILTRATION (591-60558)                 Water Filtration Plant Superintendent          591            1            11                             1         12.15                      1.15

WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Municipal Services Director                    591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Planning Manager                               591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Economic Development Director                  591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Dir of Strategic Iniatives                     591          0.25                                       0.25
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Assistant City Manager                         591                                                     0.15
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Water/Sewer Maintenance Worker                 591             9                                          9
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Superintendent of Public Utilities             591          0.35                                       0.35
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         General Laborer                                591                                                        2
WATER MAINTENANCE - CITY (591-60559)         Equipment Operator                             591           1.4                                        1.4
WATER MAINTENANCE - TWP (591-60660)          Water/Sewer Supervisor                         591             1         12.75       23.75                1          14.9       27.05          2.15

HARTSHORN MARINA FUND (594-70756)            Highway Supervisor                             594          0.25                                       0.25
HARTSHORN MARINA FUND (594-70756)            Superintendent of Public Works                 594          0.05           0.3         0.3             0.05           0.3         0.3            0

PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING (642-60442)          Inventory/Stock Clerk                          642             1                                          1
PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING (642-60442)          Public Services Director                       642          0.75                                       0.75
PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING (642-60442)          Administrative Services Supervisor             642             1                                          1
PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING (642-60442)          Customer Service Rep II                        642             5                                          5
PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING (642-60442)          Building Maintenance Worker                    642             1          8.75        8.75                1          8.75        8.75            0

ENGINEERING (643-60447)                      Civil Engineer                                 643            2                                          2
ENGINEERING (643-60447)                      Engineering Aide I                             643            1                                          0
ENGINEERING (643-60447)                      GIS Technician                                 643                                                       1
ENGINEERING (643-60447)                      Customer Service Rep II                        643          0.95
ENGINEERING (643-60447)                      Public Services Director                       643          0.25                                       0.25
ENGINEERING (643-60447)                      Asst City Engineer                             643             1           5.2         5.2                1          4.25        4.25         -0.95

EQUIPMENT (661-60932)                        Mechanic                                       661             5                                          5
EQUIPMENT (661-60932)                        Electronics Technician                         661             0                                          0
EQUIPMENT (661-60932)                        Equipment Operator                             661           0.2                                        0.2
EQUIPMENT (661-60932)                        Equipment Supervisor                           661           0.8                                        0.8
EQUIPMENT (661-60932)                        Superintendent of Public Utilities             661          0.25          6.25        6.25             0.25          6.25        6.25            0

EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (677-30851)               EEO/Employee Relations Director                677           0.4           0.4         0.4              0.4           0.4         0.4            0

                                             GRAND TOTALS                                               245.5         245.5      245.25            257.5         257.5       257.5   0       12




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                                                                                                                  Five Year Fiscal Forecast
                                                                                                                    City of Muskegon - General Fund
                                                    FY22                                      Estimated Annual Percentage Change                                                                  FY23               FY24              FY25                FY26             FY27
                                               Proposed Budget                     Year 1         Year 2       Year 3      Year 4   Year 5                                                       Estimate           Estimate          Estimate            Estimate         Estimate
REVENUES                                                                                                                                             REVENUES

Property Taxes                                   $    7,705,754                          3%                3%        2%        2%       2%           Property Taxes                          $    7,936,927     $   8,175,034    $     8,338,535     $     8,505,306   $ 8,675,412
State Revenue Sharing                            $    4,399,008                          2%                1%        1%        1%       1%           State Revenue Sharing                   $    4,486,988     $   4,531,858    $     4,577,177     $     4,622,948   $ 4,669,178
Income Tax                                       $    9,100,000                          3%                3%        2%        2%       2%           Income Tax                              $    9,373,000     $   9,654,190    $     9,847,274     $    10,044,219   $ 10,245,104
Fines & Fees                                     $      428,500                          0%                1%        0%        1%       0%           Fines & Fees                            $      428,500     $     432,785    $       432,785     $       437,113   $    437,113
Licenses & Permits                               $    2,284,000                          5%                2%        2%        2%       2%           Licenses & Permits                      $    2,398,200     $   2,446,164    $     2,495,087     $     2,544,989   $ 2,595,889
Interest Income                                  $      100,000                          0%                0%        0%        0%       2%           Interest Income                         $      100,000     $     100,000    $       100,000     $       100,000   $    102,000
Grant Revenues                                   $    1,128,672                          0%                0%        0%        0%       0%           Grant Revenues                          $    1,128,672     $   1,128,672    $     1,128,672     $     1,128,672   $ 1,128,672
Other Revenues                                   $    8,810,638                        -20%                1%        1%        1%       1%           Other Revenues                          $    7,048,510     $   7,118,996    $     7,190,185     $     7,262,087   $ 7,334,708

Total Revenues                                   $ 33,956,572                                                                                        Total Revenues                          $ 32,900,797       $ 33,587,699     $ 34,109,715        $ 34,645,335      $ 35,188,075


EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                         EXPENDITURES

Salaries & Benefits                              $   19,221,116                          2%                2%        2%        2%       2%           Salaries & Benefits                     $ 19,605,538       $ 19,997,649     $ 20,397,602        $ 20,805,554      $ 21,221,665
Operating Supplies                               $      763,549                          0%                1%        0%        1%       0%           Operating Supplies                      $    763,549       $    771,184     $    771,184        $    778,896      $    778,896
Contractual Services                             $    9,513,821                          1%                1%        1%        1%       1%           Contractual Services                    $ 9,608,959        $ 9,705,049      $ 9,802,099         $ 9,900,120       $ 9,999,121
Other Expenditures                               $      126,550                          1%                1%        1%        1%       1%           Other Expenditures                      $    127,816       $    129,094     $    130,385        $    131,688      $    133,005
Special                                          $          -                            0%                0%        0%        0%       0%           Special                                 $        -         $        -       $        -          $        -        $        -
Property & Liability Insurance                   $      389,881                          1%                1%        1%        1%       1%           Property & Liability Insurance          $    393,780       $    397,718     $    401,695        $    405,712      $    409,769
Contingency                                      $       50,000                          0%                0%        0%        0%       0%           Contingency                             $     50,000       $     50,000     $     50,000        $     50,000      $     50,000
Capital Outlays                                  $    1,573,600                        -65%                0%        0%        0%       0%           Capital Outlays                         $    550,760       $    550,760     $    550,760        $    550,760      $    550,760
Debt Service                                     $    1,082,000                          1%                1%        1%        1%       1%           Debt Service                            $ 1,092,820        $ 1,103,748      $ 1,114,786         $ 1,125,934       $ 1,137,193
Transfers to Other Funds                         $    1,115,000                        -25%                0%       -5%        0%       0%           Transfers to Other Funds                $    836,250       $    836,250     $    794,438        $    794,438      $    794,438

Total Expenditures                               $ 33,835,517                                                                                        Total Expenditures                      $ 33,029,472       $ 33,541,452     $ 34,012,948        $ 34,543,102      $ 35,074,848


Net Revenues (Expenditures)                      $     121,055                                                                                       Net Revenues (Expenditures)             $     (128,675) $         46,247    $        96,767     $      102,233    $       113,228


Ending Fund Balance                              $    6,327,461                                                                                      Ending Fund Balance                     $    6,198,786     $ 6,245,033      $     6,341,800     $     6,444,033   $      6,557,261



                                                              Comments on Key Forecast Assumptions                                                                                                    FY2022-FY27
                                                                                                                                                     40,000,000
Property Taxes - assumes property values will continue to grow as they have or the last couple of years.
State Shared Revenues - assumes slight growth as the state ecomomy continues to move along.                                                          35,000,000
Income Tax - assumes increases as job market is strong and the addition of downtown residental housing .
Other Revenues - FY22 Other Revenues are inflated due to bond proceeds
                                                                                                                                                     30,000,000


Salaries & Benefits - assumes very modest wage increases but growing increases in pensionand retiree health care costs.                              25,000,000
Capital Outlays - FY22 has bond funded capital so assumes a decrease for year 1 and flat in years 2-5
Transfers - FY22 has transfer to the Public Service Bldg Fund and Engineering Fund which should not happen in year 1. .                              20,000,000


                                                                        SUMMARY
                                                                                                                                                     15,000,000


                                                                                                                                                     10,000,000


                                                                                                                                                      5,000,000
The City currently has healthy general fund balance and budget stabilization reserve. State shared revenues seemed to have stabilized with slight
growth. Our Property tax values have seem strong increases the last couple of years and we are seeing residential building grow especially in our
downtown. On the expenditure side it is assumed that the mix of general fund operations remains stable. It is assumed that wage growth can be                 -
kept at modest levels; however, significant cost pressures are anticipated from pension and/or healthcare. With a slow and steady growth in Income                    FY22            FY23               FY24                  FY25                FY26                FY27
Tax and Property Taxes and modest increases in Salaries and Benefits we are forecasting a stable fund balance.
                                                                                                                                                                                      REVENUES       EXPENDITURES        Ending Fund Balance




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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 25, 2021              Title: Approval of Minutes

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

Brief Summary: To approve the minutes of the May 10, 2021 Worksession, May 11, 2021 Regular
Meeting, and May 17, 2021 Special 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:
                               CITY OF MUSKEGON
                         CITY COMMISSION WORKSESSION

                                 Monday, May 10, 2021
                                      5:30 p.m.
                                  REMOTE MEETING

                                       MINUTES

2021-43

Present: Mayor Gawron, Vice Mayor Hood, Commissioners Rinsema-Sybenga (left at
5:57 p.m.), Emory, Johnson, Ramsey, and German


Presentation on Adelaide Pointe Development – Economic
Development
The Economic Development Department has been working with the new owners of the
acreage at the end of West Western Avenue in Nims adjacent to Fricanos and
Hartshorn Marina concerning their redevelopment, and they are ready to present their
concept to the City Commission to keep you informed and in anticipation of future
necessary public/private partnership.

The new ownership of the acreage has dubbed the development concept “Adelaide
Pointe” which will feature mixed use including boat storage, marina space, In/Out rack
boat storage, restaurant space, commercial/retail, and up to 300 housing units. The
department has been working with the developer on several priorities from our end,
namely safeguarding existing and adding additional public access to the waterfront,
ensuring a development product that will bring value added to nearby uses and
neighbors, and negotiating what if any incentives the staff would recommend. This
development is unique as they are requesting site control of a portion of our municipal
marina and also to cross an existing bike trail, so we felt it imperative that the
Commission be brought up to speed now that we feel we have negotiated favorable
conditions for a development agreement. Additionally, the developer wishes to ensure
reasonable support from the commission before proceeding with further costs on the
planning and development of the concept.

Representatives were present on Zoom with the Commission to give an overview of this
project to the Commission.

Proposed Lakeside Social District – Economic Development
Two establishments with liquor licenses in Lakeside have approached the city with a
request to create a Lakeside Social District as the city has for downtown Muskegon.
Staff seeks City Commission work session input.
The requests come from Wonderland Distillery and Marine Tap Room but the proposed
district also includes the Lakeshore Tavern, which has not reopened since a COVID
shut down. An outline of the Lakeside Social District with proposed district boundaries
and the potential to expand the district to the east upon request of commercial property
owners is provided. Staff needs City Commission input and direction. If commissioners
want to establish a Lakeside Social District, the needed plan, map and resolution can be
put on the May 25 City Commission agenda for consideration. If approved, it would be
filed with the Michigan Liquor Control Commission. The next two weeks gives the
establishments and staff time to distribute the plan and get feedback from Lakeside
businesses, property owners and residents.

This will appear on the agenda for consideration at the May 25, 2021 City Commission
Meeting.

Carlisle’s Arena Lease – City Manager
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.

This item will appear on the agenda for consideration at the May 11, 2021 Regular City
Commission meeting.

Reese & Beukema Parks Plan – Department of Public Works
Leo Evans, Department of Public Works Director, presented information to the
Commission regarding proposed plans for investments at Reese and Beukema Parks.
The proposed outcomes are largely drawn from the 2019 works that was done to
identify capital needs throughout the entirety of the City park system.

Commission Meetings at Farmers Market/Meeting Efficiency
Discussion – Commissioner Ramsey
Discussion took place regarding the length of commission meetings, the number of
items on the commission agendas, and the potential of having in person meetings off-
site as well as when in-person meetings would resume. Some commissioners indicated
they did not feel safe meeting in person at this time.
American Rescue Plan Act Overview – City Manager
City Manager, Frank Peterson, presented information on the American Rescue Plan Act
The topics covered included anticipated Muskegon Receipts, Understood Uses, Interim
Rules, GFOA Recommendations, Additional Guidance, a Recent CNS Community
Survey, Revenue Replacement, Assistance to Households, Neighborhood
Empowerment, Neighborhood Parks, Regional Partnerships Opportunities, Boys/Girls
Club and Muskegon Museum of Art, Frauenthal Center and MCC Block, Assistance to
Tourism Industry, Convention Center, Hartshorn Marina, Downtown Related
Improvements, Shoreline Park and the Waterfront, Public/Private Partnerships, and
Historic Properties. Discussion took place regarding the American Rescue Plan Act.

Public Comment
Public comments were received.

Adjournment
The Worksession meeting adjourned at 9:20 p.m.


                                            Respectfully Submitted,



                                            Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk
     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


                                 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, May 11, 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), Acting City Manager
LeighAnn Mikesell, City Attorney John Schrier, and City Clerk Ann Meisch.
HONORS/AWARDS/PRESENTATIONS:
   A. Convention Center Presentation       Jon Rooks, owner of Parkland
      Properties and private business partner in the Muskegon Convention
      Center provided an update on the VanDyke Mortgage Convention
      Center with photos and descriptions of amenities. The first event, Home
      and Garden Show, was recently held and was deemed a success!
PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:
2021-44     CONSENT AGENDA:
   A. Approval of Minutes     City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the April 20, 2021 Special
Meeting and the April 27, 2021 Regular City Commission meeting.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To approve the minutes.
   B. Carlisle’s Lease – Arena City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval of the proposed lease with
Carlisle’s at the Mercy Health Arena. Nearly two years ago, the City Commission

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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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Approve the lease and authorize the Mayor and
Clerk to sign.
   C. 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
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. 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 Drive, 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.
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.


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   E. Sale of Vacant Lot – 1210 Morgan      Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: 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. 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%).
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:     Authorize the City Mayor and Clerk to sign the
Purchase Agreement and deed and to allow staff to complete the property
sale.
   F. Updated User Fees for Parks Department        Finance
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Additional user fees from the Parks and Cemetery
departments that have to be incorporated into the Master Fee Resolution.
Key Updates: (See highlighted items on the spreadsheet for all changes)
   •   DPW Parks – various Channel and Picnic Shelter Rental
   •   DPW Parks – Hackley Park & Harbour Towne Special Events
   •   Cemetery-Headstone Setting Fee
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:      Approval of the additional user fees from the
Parks and Cemetery departments to be incorporated into the 2021 Master Fee
Resolution.
   G. 3rd Quarter Budget Reforecast Finance
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At this time staff is asking for approval of the 3rd Quarter
Budget Reforecast for the FY 2020-2021 budget year. A memo outlining some of
the highlights is included.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the 3rd Quarter FY2020-2021 Budget
Reforecast as presented.
   H. County Water System Easement          Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to approve the
easement requested by Muskegon County on Parcel 61-24-205-734-001-00
(Margaret Drake Elliot Park).
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

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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 an accepted by legal
counsel.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Authorize the easement to Muskegon County
and for the Mayor and Clerk to sign the easement.
   I. Port City Industrial Park – Engineering        Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: 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.
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 Qualification 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              AMOUNT BUDGETED:        $790,755


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FUND OR ACCOUNT:          482-91908             FUND OR ACCOUNT:         482-91908
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            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 former MDOC property within the Port City
Industrial Park.
   J. Port City Industrial Park – Forestry      Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval of the bids for forestry work
from Habitat Management of Michigan to provide forestry services at the former
MDOC property in the Port City Industrial Park.
Staff worked with Professional Forester (Randy Kuipers) to mark timber and solicit
bids for the harvest of timber and land clearing work on the former MDOC
properties within the Port City Industrial Park. This was done in an effort to
prepare the site for future development while utilizing the remainder of our state
grant funds that are dedicated to the site. Mr. Kuipers is a professional forester
whom provides forestry services for the Muskegon County Wastwater in
managing their forests.
Mr. Kuipers reviewed the site, marked the timber on the site and solicited bids
from timber harvesting firms for the wood on the site. In addition, Mr. Kuipers
assisted us in obtaining a bid for the land clearing work on the site which
includes removal of the non-marketable timber, stumps and any other small
clearing work.
The result of these solicitations was that Habitat Management of Michigan
provided the best bid for both services with their bids contingent upon being
hired for both operations.
   •   Habitat Management – Marketable Timber Bid = $22,750.00 (Revenue)
   •   Habitat Management – Land Clearing Contract = $4,500/Acre (Expense)
       and will generate revenue to partially offset that cost via the sale of Small
       Logs ($25/Cord) and Firewood ($7/Cord). This land clearing contract is
       expected to be a net expense to the City of approximately $35,000 -
       $40,000 depending on the value of the small logs and firewood from the
       site and the final footprint of the clearing operation.
In addition to the above contracts Mr. Kuipers would be paid a net of 14% of the
total timber sale proceeds (~$3,900 - $4,600). This percentage was checked
against work at Muskegon County Wastewater and found to be identical to
contracts paid there.
The net cost to the city for all forestry work and Mr. Kuiper’s services is estimated
at approximately $25,000 depending on several variables.
Sealed bids were not received at the Clerk’s Office for this work, as it is
traditional for the hired forester to solicit and obtain bids and represent the client

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from a fiduciary standpoint. This represents a deviation from the current
purchasing policy but was done in an effort to follow industry standards.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $25,000      AMOUNT BUDGETED:         $790,755
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         482-91908    FUND OR ACCOUNT:         482-91908
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Authorize staff to accept the bids from Habitat
Management of Michigan to harvest the marketable timber and to complete
the land clearing at the former MDOC site within the Port City Industrial Park and
to authorize payment to Mr. Kuipers for his forestry services in the amount of 14%
of the net timber sale proceeds.
   L. 425 Agreement Business Park North Removal          Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: 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 resolution is to that end, per Commission instruction by
motion. 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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          To approve the resolution as presented.
   M. Finance Director Appointment City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is recommending the appointment of Ken Grant
to the position of Finance Director, effective May 31, 2021.
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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Appoint Ken Grant as Finance Director effective
May 31, 2021.
   N. Sale – 246 Monroe Avenue        City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned
home at 246 Monroe to Andrea Riegler.
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

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$174,900, and the incurred sales commissions are $12,775. After receipt of the
initial purchase agreement, and 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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:       Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale
of 246 Monroe Avenue, as described in the purchase agreement and
addendum.
   O. Purchase of Truck for Elections City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: DPW has located a 2011 GMC Sierra for a total of
$19,500 for the City Clerk’s Office. 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
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           To authorize staff to purchase the vehicle in the
amount of $19,500
   P. Sale – 235 Monroe         City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned
home at 235 Monroe to Tammy and Dave Whynot. 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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:       Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale
of 235 Monroe Avenue as described in the attached purchased agreement.
   Q. Sale – 244 Monroe         City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned
at 244 Monroe to Michael and Darci Banks. 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 is 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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:       Authorize the City Manager to complete the sale
of 244 Monroe Avenue as described in the attached purchase agreement.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Emory, to

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approve the consent agenda as presented, minus item D and K.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory,
           and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-45     REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA:
   D. Request for Proposal Approvals      Community & Neighborhood Services
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: There are requests of proposals from sub-recipients to
provide Child Care Services and Financial assistance for children from low-
income households, and provide youth with work and educational experiences
throughout the year.
Muskegon YMCA: Child Care services and financial assistance - $100,000
Community enCompass: YEP Youth Program - $20,000
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $120,000          AMOUNT BUDGETED:          $120,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         CDBG-CV 2020
                         CDBG 2019
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:   To approve the agreements with Muskegon
YMCA and Community enCompasss.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to
approve the agreement with Muskegon YMCA only.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson
           Hood, and Gawron
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   K. Spring Street – Change Order #003    Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: 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.
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 through
the worst section of Yuba Street was not done at that time since it was not
required of the sewer project.

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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
result 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 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 OR ACCOUNT:          203/590/591-91851
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           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.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the agreement with Muskegon YMCA.


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ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson,
           Gawron, and Hood
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-46     PUBLIC HEARINGS:
   A. 5-Year Regional Consolidated Plan/Annual Action Plan Hearing
      Community & Neighborhood Services
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: 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.
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         CDBG - $974,379.00
                         HOME - $336,456.00
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To allow the public to comment and respond to
the proposed 5-year Regional Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan 2021.
PUBLIC HEARING COMMENCED:            No public comments were received.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner German,
to close the public hearing and allow public comment and respond to the
proposed 5-year Regional Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan 2021
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron Hood,
           and Ramsey
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-47     UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
   A. Reconsider Community enCompass Development Agreement
      Amendment      Commissioner German
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Commissioner German is requesting possible
reconsideration of the request for the Community enCompass Development
Agreement Amendment. 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, 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

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pass a motion where a conflict of interest is noted. MOTION FAILS
RECOMMENDED MOTION: To reconsider the motion to approve the amendment
to the development agreement with Community enCompass.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to reconsider the motion to approve the amendment to the development
agreement with Community enCompass.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, German
            Nays: None
Commissioner Ramsey did not vote due to a conflict of interest.
MOTION PASSES
   B. Community enCompass Development Agreement Amendment
      Economic Development
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The lot of 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 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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Motion 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 with Community
enCompass as presented.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, German, and Rinsema-
           Sybenga
            Nays: None
Commissioner Ramsey did not vote due to a conflict of interest.

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MOTION PASSES


2020-48     NEW BUSINESS:
   A. Farmers Market – Waiver of Fees for Muskegon Lakeshore Chamber of
      Commerce City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: 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.
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.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:       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.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Ramsey,
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.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, Rinsema-Sybenga, and
           Emory
            Nays: German
MOTION PASSES
   B. Resolution to Place Charter Amendment on the November 2, 2021 Ballot
      City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: 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 November 2, 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 Charter be amended to make it gender neutral?
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          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

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a cite to the 1908 Michigan Constitution.
Motion by Commissioner Emory, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, 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.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory,
           and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
ANY OTHER BUSINESS:    Commissioner German asked for an update from Chief
Lewis regarding an occurrence from the past weekend. Commissioner Johnson
requested an update on how federal grant money will be spent.
PUBLIC COMMENT:          No public comments were received.
ADJOURNMENT:      The City Commission meeting adjourned at 7:02 p.m.


                                            Respectfully Submitted,




                                            Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk




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                                     MINUTES

                       CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY COMMISION – ELECTRONIC SPECIAL MEETING
                 Monday, May 17, 2021 @ 1:00 P.M.
2021-49

Present: Mayor Gawron, Vice Mayor Hood, Commissioners Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory,
Johnson, and German

Absent: Commissioner Ramsey

Sale – 237 Monroe
City staff is seeking authorization to sell the city-owned home at 237 Monroe to David
Whynot. 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 $177,900,
and the incurred sales commissions are $12,453. Staff is recommending that the
purchase agreement be approved, and 237 Monroe be sold at a cost of $177,900 to
Dave Whynot.

Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson,
to authorize the City Manager to complete the sale of 237 Monroe Avenue as
described in the purchase agreement.

   ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and
              Gawron
              Nays: None
   MOTION PASSES

Public Comment - No public comments were received.

Adjourn - The City Commission meeting adjourned at 1:10 p.m.
                                               Respectfully Submitted,



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

Commission Meeting Date: May 25, 2021              Title: 2021-2022 MML Membership Dues

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

Brief Summary: Approval to pay the 2021-2022 MML dues in the amount of $10,545.00. This is an
increase of $146.



Detailed Summary:


Financial Impact:
MML Dues: $9,586.00
Legal Defense Fund: $959.00
Total: $10,545.00




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 payment of dues to the Michigan Municipal League in the
amount of $10,545.00.




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Ms. Ann Marie Meisch
City Clerk
Muskegon



Dear Ms. Ann Marie Meisch,

On behalf of the Michigan Municipal League, we hope you and your fellow civil servants are doing well as you
continue providing essential services during this unchartered time. The COVID-19 pandemic has caused physical illness
of residents and employees, mental anguish and isolation, economic loss, and uncertainty about the future. Like you,
we have experienced these deeply troubling concerns while also striving to be an essential resource for our
constituents-that includes you and the family of communities in Michigan.

Over the past year, we hope you’ve found value in our Coronavirus resource page accessible at mml.org. While the
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Supporting your stewardship of this funding is a top priority of ours for the coming years. That support extends
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That’s why the League Board of Trustees comprised of municipal leadership from across the state have worked very
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                                                  MICHIGAN MUNICIPAL LEAGUE
                                                 MEMBERSHIP RENEWAL INVOICE
                                                             2021 - 2022



  Muskegon
                                                                                                                      ID: 347
  Date: 05/01/2021

  Membership Period: 07/01/2021 - 06/30/2022



                                                              Current Balance

                           * MML Dues                                9,586.00
                 ** Legal Defense Fund                                 959.00
                                                                  $10,545.00


              Total Due by July 01, 2021:
                      $10,545.00



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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 25, 2021                 Title: Request for Authorization to Sign

Submitted By: Hope Griffith                           Department: Planning & Economic
                                                      Development

Brief Summary: Request to authorize Hope Griffith to sign documents on behalf of the City
regarding City owned property disposition.

Detailed Summary: Request to authorize Hope Griffith from the Planning Department to sign
purchase agreements and closing documents for property transactions on behalf of the City.




Amount Requested: None.                              Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion: Staff recommends approval to authorize and for the Mayor and Clerk to
sign the resolution.



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Commission Action:
                                 Resolution 2021-______



RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING HOPE GRIFFITH TO SIGN OFF ON ALL PURCHASE
AGREEMENTS AND CLOSING DOCUMENTS FOR PROPERTY TRANSACTION ON
BEHALF OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON.


Adopted this 25th day of May 2021.

                                       By: ____________________________________

                                           Stephen J. Gawron, Its Mayor

                                       Attest: __________________________________

                                           Ann Meisch, Its City Clerk




                                      Certification

       This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission, held on May 25,
2021. The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to the Open Meetings Act of the
State of Michigan, Act 267 of the Public Acts of 1976.

                                       CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                       By: ____________________________________

                                               Ann Meisch, Its City Clerk




5/25/2021
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 25, 2021                    Title: Campbell Field Site Grading

Submitted By: Joel Brookens                              Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:
Authorize the award of the RFP – Campbell Field Site contract to the low bidder, Terra Contractors
including Alternate #001.


Detailed Summary:
Staff solicited bids for site preparation and rehabilitation of the baseball fields located at Campbell
Field per the attachments.

Bids received are as follows:                                 Alternate #1
   • $77,900.00 – Terra Contractors                           $17,500.00
   • $84,595.00 – Accurate Excavators                         $17,200.00
   • $192,000.00 – TJM Services                               $42,000.00

Alternate #001 includes installation of sidewalk along the Barclay Street frontage of the park.

This project proposes to utilize funding generated from the PILOT agreement with Royale Glen
Townhouses.

The RFP was posted prior to the updated purchasing policy as such the old purchasing policy was
utilized for this document. Terra Contracting is located within the City of Muskegon, they do not
propose to utilize prevailing wages on this project.

The project would be constructed during the summer of 2021.


Amount Requested: $95,400.00                           Amount Budgeted: $156,000

Fund(s) or Account(s):                                 Fund(s) or Account(s):
404-TBD                                                404-TBD


Recommended Motion:
Approve the award of the Campbell Field Site Prep contract to the low bidder, Terra Contracting
with the Alternate #1 selected.
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Commission Action:
                                          BID TABULATION

Project: RFP - Campbell Field Site Prep

Bid opening Date: Tuesday, May 11, 2021; 2:00 pm




Bidders:                                            Base bid      Alternate #1



Terra Contractors, Muskegon                         $77,900.00    $17,500.00



Accurate Excavators, Muskegon                       $84,595.00    $17,200.00



TJM Services, Allegan                               $192,000.00   $42,000.00
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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5/25/2021                    Title: Concession Agreement –
                                                      TASTEE BBQ-N-CHICKEN

Submitted By: Doug Sayles/Leo Evans                   Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:

Staff is requesting permission to enter into a 1-year Contractual Concession Agreement, with Keith
Carter of TASTEE BBQ-N-CHICKEN, at Pere Marquette Park, for the 2021 season.


Detailed Summary:
The Department of Public Works is requesting permission to enter into a 1-year Contractual
Concession Agreement, for 2021, with Keith Carter of TASTEE BBQ-N-CHICKEN, for a
Concession at Pere Marquette Park, as outline in their proposal. The business will be operating a
mobile food truck, per their proposal. Commission is $1,000.00 and 5% gross receipts annually.

Amount Requested: $0                                 Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion: Authorize staff to enter into a 1-year Contractual Concession Agreement
with Keith Carter of TASTEE BBQ-N-CHICKEN, at Pere Marquette Park for the 2021 season.

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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 25, 2021                 Title: Sale – 304 Mason Ave.

Submitted By: Hope Griffith                           Department: Planning Department

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the City-owned home at 304 Mason to
Branden M. Goller.

Detailed Summary: The city constructed this house as part of the phase two of our infill housing
program. Staff is recommending that the purchase agreement be approved, and 304 Mason Ave.
be sold to Branden M. Goller at a cost of $189,900.




Amount Requested: None.                              Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion: Authorize the Code Coordinator to complete the sale of 304 Mason Ave,
as described in the attached purchase agreement and to have the Mayor and Clerk sign the deed.



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Commission Action:
                                               COVENANT DEED
         THIS INDENTURE, made May 25, 2021, between the City of Muskegon, a municipal corporation whose
 address is 933 Terrace, Muskegon, Michigan 49440 (Grantor") and Branden M. Goller, whose address is 425 N. Martin
 Luther King Jr. Blvd., Lansing, Michigan 48915 ("Grantee").

        That Grantor, for and in consideration of the sum of $189,900.00 to it in hand paid by Grantee, the receipt
whereof is hereby confessed and acknowledged, does by these presents grant, bargain, sell, convey, release, alien and
confirm onto Grantee and to his/her/their heirs and/or assigns, FOREVER, certain parcel of land in the City of
Muskegon, County of Muskegon and State of Michigan, described as follows:

 The Southeasterly 70 feet of Lot 7, Block 388, Revised Plat (of 1903) of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
 County, Michigan, as recorded in Liber 3 of Plats, Page 71.

 Parcel Identification No. 61-24-205-388-0007-10,
 Commonly known as: 304 Mason Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49441

 State Exempt by MCL 207.526 Section (6(h)(i))
 County Exempt by Act 327 PA 1968 Section (5(h)(i))

          Together with all and singular the hereditaments and appurtenances thereunto belonging or in anywise
 appertaining, to HAVE AND TO HOLD the said Premises unto Grantee and his/her/their heirs and/or assigns to the
 sole and only proper use, benefit and behalf of Grantee, his/her/their heirs and/or assigns, FOREVER, and Grantor
 covenants and agrees to and with Grantee that Grantor has not heretofore done, committed, or wittingly or willingly
 suffered to be done or committed, any act, matter or thing whatsoever whereby the Premises hereby granted, or any
 part thereof, is, are or shall be charged or encumbered in title, estate or otherwise.

          The covenants herein shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the respective heirs, successors and
 legal representatives of Grantors and Grantee.

          Where applicable, pronouns and relative words used herein shall be read as plural, feminine or neuter.
        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, Grantor has caused this instrument to be executed as of the day and year first above
 written.
 Signed and Sealed:

 The City of Muskegon, a Municipal corporation

                                                                _______________________________
 By Stephen J. Gawron, Its Mayor                                By Ann Marie Meisch, Its Clerk




 STATE OF MICHIGAN                                )
                                                  )ss
 COUNTY OF Muskegon                               )

 The foregoing instrument was acknowledged before me on May 25, 2021, by Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor
 and Ann Marie Meisch, Clerk of the City of Muskegon, a municipal corporation.



 Notary Signature:______________________________
 Notary Name Printed:
 Notary Public                   County, Michigan
 Acting in          County
 My term expires:

 File No.: 348229LKR                                                            Return to: Branden M.
 Instrument Drafted By:      Mariana Murillo VanDam                             Goller
 West Urban Realty                                                              304 Mason Avenue
 255 W. Western Ave.                                                            Muskegon, MI 49441
 Muskegon, MI 49440
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                                                         WEST MICHIGAN REGIONAL PURCHASE AGREEMENT
                                                                                                                                                              #
         DATE:                       04/03/2021                    ,                           (time)                                  MLS #                 21005692

         SELLING OFFICE:            Coldwell Banker Woodland Schmidt              BROKER LIC.#:         6505346469       REALTOR® PHONE:                     616-212-8044

         LISTING OFFICE:                       West Urban Realty                 REALTOR® PHONE:                   616-366-2459

        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:                               Cindy Grodus                    Email: cindy.grodus@cbgreatlakes.com Lic.#:               6501410476

             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:
                 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)
                                                                             304 Mason Ave, Muskegon, MI 49441
             with the following legal description and tax parcel ID numbers:
                    Parcel B: The SE 70 ft of lot 7 of block 388 City of Muskegon, 1903 revised plat, part of section 19,T10N, R16W, City of Muskegon,
                                                                         Muskegon County, Michigan

            PP#                                                                         24-205-388-0007-10                                                                         .
           The following paragraph applies only if the Premises include unplatted land:
           Seller agrees to grant Buyer at closing the right to make (insert number)         100%        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 $                $189,900
                                                  one hundred eighty-nine thousand nine hundred                                            U.S. Dollars
        7. Seller Concessions, if any:                                 Seller to contribute $5000 toward buyer's closing costs, pre-paids and escrow, etc.


        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      100     % of the Purchase Price
                  bearing interest at a rate not to exceed        3.5     % 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 $                         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:
                                               Dishwasher; Microwave; GAS Range (See #26 in PA) ; Refrigerator
                                                              Garage Door Opener; Home Warranty


              but does not include:


                                                         304 Mason Ave, Muskegon, MI 49441                                             04/03/2021
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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:
                                                                                         N/A
         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 title and closing with Chicago 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
                       05/14/2021           . 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                             7:00pm                       (time) on
                         04/04/2021             (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                                        CBWS - Trust                                      (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:
                      Gas range and gas line installation during the construction process to be included in the purchase price.




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

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        30. Buyer’s Approval and Acknowledgment: Buyer approves the terms of this offer and acknowledges receipt of a copy of this offer.
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             Buyer 1 Address                425 N Martin Luther King Jr Blvd, Lansing, MI 48915        X   Branden M Goller                               04/10/21 9:10 PM EDT
                                                                                                                                                                                 Buyer
                                                                                                                                                          GMCU-7GB5-UUKQ-YTUP

             Buyer 1 Phone: (Res.)                616-550-0681      (Bus.)                                                      Branden M Goller
                                                                                                                 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:                                                                              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
            below.                                                                          dotloop verified

            X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):       Frank Peterson                        04/11/21 4:25 PM
                                                                                            EDT
                                                                                            KPIJ-CBLJ-DQYI-I5K9
                                                                                                             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.
                                                                                                             dotloop verified
            X (Buyer’s Signature, Date, Time):                      Branden M Goller                         04/13/21 7:53 PM EDT
                                                                                                             PGM6-HIN7-E6SV-4E30


            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):                              Frank Peterson
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                                                                                                                         UQKD-I6KO-BAP1-WFCI

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                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5-25-2021                      Title: Muskegon Lakeside Social District plan
                                                        & map approval

Submitted By: Dave Alexander                            Department: Economic Development

Brief Summary: With state enabling legislation for Social Districts, city staff is proposing a second
Muskegon Social District in the Lakeside Business District for approval of a plan and district map
and filing them with the Michigan Liquor Control Commission.

Detailed Summary: Public Act 124 of 2020 allows cities to create Social Districts and within them
Common Areas where alcoholic beverages from participating licensed establishments can be
possessed and consumed outside of the establishments’ service areas. A Downtown Muskegon
Social District was approved in August 2020 and has created fun and new energy in the
downtown, while assisting participating restaurants and bars to expand business during COVID-19
restrictions. Lakeside Business District establishments have requested the City Commission adopt
a second, smaller Social District in Lakeside. The Lakeside district would be managed by the city’s
business development manager in conjunction with a number of city departments. The plan
addresses a year-round, seven-day-a-week Social District in terms of marked boundaries, hours of
operation, enforcement, security, design of a cup sticker, sanitation, marketing and entertainment.
Since the May 10 work session, the draft plan and accompanying map have been developed. The
district would include three establishments. Two non-profit social clubs are included along with the
Safe Harbor Great Lakes Marina in the common area to provide flexibility of future optional
participation. Staff has brought together a working group of participating establishment
representatives to agree to the funding model of downtown with a 35-cent sticker per cup charge
that would pay for all of the city’s cost in implementing and managing the district. A resolution
supporting the Muskegon Lakeside Social District plan and accompanying district map is attached.
If approved, the resolution, plan and map will be sent to the Michigan Liquor Control Commission,
operational details set and implementation begun. Participating licensee permit recommendation
approvals will come to the City Commission in separate items if the district is approved.

Amount Requested: none                                Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the Muskegon Lakeside Social District and Map and direct the
clerk and mayor to file it with the Michigan Liquor Control Commission and authorize staff to
implement.

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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
           RESOLUTION APPROVING MUSKEGON LAKESIDE SOCIAL DISTRICT

                                        PLAN AND MAP

                                        City of Muskegon

                                 County of Muskegon, Michigan



        Minutes of a Regular Meeting of the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of
Muskegon, Michigan (the “City”), held virtually, live on the city’s FaceBook page per the
governor’s COVID-19 executive order on open meetings, on the 25th 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 Muskegon’s Lakeside Business District, 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
Lakeside and its businesses recover; and

        WHEREAS, Public Act 124 of 2020 empowers local governments like the City of
Muskegon to enhance its business districts 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 received requests to designate a Lakeside Social
District; and
       WHEREAS, the City Commission has considered the potential impact of the requested
Social District on the public health, safety and welfare of the city; and

       WHEREAS, the City Commission desires to designate a Muskegon Lakeside Social
District with Common Area,

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

       1. The following Muskegon Lakeside Social District containing a Common Area is
           designated described in the attached plan and map, and
       2. That the Common Area within the Social District, the City Manager, or his designee,
           is authorized to make minor and reasonable adjustments to the Common Area to
           safeguard public health, safety and welfare, and
       3. That the Social District and Common Area have at least two qualified, participating
           and permitted Liquor Control Commission licensees, and
       4. That the signage placed to clearly define and mark the limits of the Common Area
           shown in the plan and on the Muskegon Lakeside Social District map, and
       5. The management and maintenance of the Social District and Common Area shall be
           conducted by city staff in accordance with the operational details in the plan, and
       6. That the Social District and Common Area shall be maintained in a manner that
           protects the health and safety of the city, and
       7. That, if the Muskegon Lakeside Social District and Common Area are deemed to be
           a public health and safety concern, a public hearing revoking the plan will be held
           before the City Commission in accordance with Act. 124 of 2020.

       Be it Further Resolved that the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute
all documents necessary to file the Muskegon Lakeside Social District plan and map with 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 25, 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, as amended and modified by the governor’s COVID-19
executive order 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
                   Muskegon Lakeside Social District Plan

Introduction:
The City of Muskegon seeks to take advantage of Michigan Public Act 124 of 2020 signed in to
law on July 1, 2020. This is enabling legislation that would allow Michigan municipalities to
establish Social Districts that allows for “common areas” where two or more contiguous
licensed establishments (bars, distilleries, breweries, restaurants and tasting rooms) could sell
alcoholic beverages in special cups to be taken into the area for consumption. Muskegon city
administration through a collaboration of all City Hall departments designated in August 2020 a
Muskegon Downtown Social District and the policies, parameters and management of this new
community development tool. A second Social District in the City will serve the establishments
in the Lakeside Business District. A Muskegon Lakeside Social District Plan has been shared with
Lakeside businesses and residents. This Muskegon Lakeside Social District Plan will be
presented to the Muskegon City Commission for approval and sent on to the Michigan Liquor
Control Commission for state concurrence.
Management:
The Muskegon Lakeside Social District would be created and managed by the city through its
economic development department and business development manager. The district
management and operations would be assisted by the city’s public safety, public works, clerk
and finance departments.
District boundaries:
The Muskegon Lakeside Social District would have a common area along Lakeshore Drive from
Addison Street to Moon Street. (map attached)
The Muskegon Lakeside Social District includes properties on the southside of Lakeshore Drive
from Addison to Moon and on the northside of Lakeshore Drive from Moon up to but not
including the The Lakeside Emporium.
Streets in the Social Districts would remain open to traffic and for parking, unless parking
spaces are given to outdoor dining. The district is being proposed with the expectation of
certain properties being developed that would include future businesses with liquor licenses
that might expand the common area. In the future, the district maybe extended west of Moon
Street along Lakeshore Drive to accommodate future growth and development.
Potential participating license holders:
Muskegon Lakeside Social District – The Marine Tap Room, Lakeshore Tavern, Wonderland
Distilling Co., Muskegon Recreation Club and the Lakeside Veterans Club.
Participating license holders would be asked to sign a Social District agreement with the city,
which must approve social district permits issued by the MLCC. This allows a license holder to
sell alcoholic beverages in special district cups in its service area to be taken into the common
area for consumption.
Non-alcohol businesses within the district:
There are businesses which could be in the common area and allow for Social District beverages
to be brought into those places of business. Examples would be retail outlets such as Art Cats
Gallery, BananaDog Tea, Level 6, Lakeside Landing, Bellasimi Boutique among others.
Operations:
The Muskegon Lakeside Social Districts would operate year round. Operations would be seven
days a week. The common areas would be open from 11 a.m. until 11 p.m. Before 11 a.m. and
after 11 p.m., Social District beverages would not be able to be possessed nor consumed in the
common areas. After hours, consumption of alcoholic beverages would have to be contained
within the license holders’ service areas.
It is the intent of city administration to begin implementing the Muskegon Lakeside Social
Districts in the summer of 2021, if possible.
District designation and marking:
The boundaries of the Muskegon Lakeside Social Districts would be clearly designated and
marked with signs and graphics on streets and sidewalks. The signs could be accompanied by a
trash receptacle for customers to dispose of used district cups as they exit the district.
Social District financing:
The Muskegon Lakeside Social District established, implemented and managed by the City of
Muskegon must generate enough revenue to cover its costs. Like the Muskegon Downtown
Social District, a surcharge on beverages purchased for possession and consumption in the
common areas though an upcharge on stickers purchased through the city for establishments’
own cups. Participating establishments could handle the surcharge however they choose within
their product price structure. Revenues would pay for initial implementation such as signs and
trash receptacles and ongoing costs such as the stickers, security-enforcement, sanitation,
marketing-promotion and entertainment.
Social District logo and beverage containers:
The Muskegon Lakeside Social Districts should have a name for branding and marketing
purposes but must have a unique logo for use on the non-glass district beverage cups of no
more than 16 ounces. The clear plastic cups must also have a logo or name identifying the
establishment. Muskegon Lakeside Social District cups may not be reused, must remain in the
establishment where they were purchased or in the common area and may not be taken into
an establishment that did not sell the beverage.
Muskegon Lakeside Social District may explore the use of cups that can be recycled or
composted.
Security-enforcement:
Security and enforcement in the Muskegon Lakeside Social Districts would be provided by the
Muskegon Police Department. The Muskegon Lakeside Social District may hire certified private
security personnel to assist within the district.
Insurance:
The city would insure its management and operation of the Muskegon Lakeside Social District
through its municipal umbrella insurance policy. Participating license holders would be left to
secure their own liability insurance as they deem necessary.
Sanitation:
The Muskegon Public Works Department with heavy assistance from participating
establishments would provide sanitation within the district including trash removal, litter pick
up on a daily basis and deployment of portable toilets, if needed. Each participating license
holder would be required to have a city provided trash receptacle outside of its entrances for
the disposal of district cups and empty those receptacles when needed. The city would
maintain its current Lakeside trash receptacles and could expand the number in areas where
establishments are not available to assist.
Marketing and promotion:
The Muskegon Lakeside Social District should have a branded name for marketing purposes and
a unique logo. Marketing would be done through traditional free media and paid advertising
along with extensive social media. The district needs its own Facebook page, other social media
accounts and website, through the Lakeside District Association and/or the Lakeside Business
Improvement District/Lakeside Corridor Improvement Authority.
Entertainment/food trucks:
The Muskegon Lakeside Social District has the opportunity to provide entertainment on a
regular basis and food trucks when warranted. The district includes common areas that can
include a small community pocket park and a private parking lot, both on Lakeshore Drive. The
district could also coordinate and promote individual establishments wanting to feature musical
entertainment. Finally, food trucks could be introduced to drive visitors into the district and
create a street-fair atmosphere when deemed necessary.
Festivals/special events:
The state’s Social District law does not allow special event liquor licenses to participate in a
Social District. The Muskegon Lakeside Social District will not be closed down due to a non-
profit “beer tent” but ongoing coordination and collaboration with Lakeside events and
festivals would be needed.
     Lakeside Social District

1   Wonderland Distilling Co.
2   Marine Tap Room
3   Lakeshore Tavern
4   Lakeside Veterans Club
5   Muskegon Recreation Club




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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5-25-2021                    Title: Social District Permit recommendation

Submitted By: Dave Alexander                          Department: Economic Development

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

Detailed Summary: With the establishment of the Downtown Muskegon Social District,
participating licensed establishments must receive a Social District permit from the Michigan Liquor
Control Commission. The MLCC must first receive a recommendation for approval from the City
Commission before granting the permits. You handled the initial eight such requests at your Aug.
25 and Sept. 8 meetings and added others as they have been since. The attached resolution is for
Muskegon Brewing Co. LLC, d/b/a No Name Saloon, which is seeking a Social District permit from
the state and seeking City Commission recommended approval. The Social District plan identifies
22 potential participating licensees within the district. Other licensed establishments may file a
Social District permit application in the future.

Amount Requested: None                               Amount Budgeted:

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

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

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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 virtually and at Muskegon City Hall, 933 Terrace,
Muskegon, MI 49440 on the 25th 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. Muskegon Brewing Co. LLC, d/b/a No Name Saloon, 609 W. Western Ave,
                Muskegon, MI 49440.
           b.

       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 25, 2021 and that said meeting was conducted and public notice of
said meeting was given pursuant to and in full compliance with the Open Meetings Act, being
Act 267, Public Acts of Michigan, 1976, in addition to Public Act 228 of 2020, and that the
minutes of said meeting were kept and will be or have been made available as required by said
Acts.




                                                           Ann Marie Meisch, City Clerk
                                                            Michigan Department of Licensing and Regulatory Affairs
                                                                       Liquor Control Commission (MLCCJ
                                                                                                                                                           Business ID:   Q &.q l,S7
                                                               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.




Address:

City:

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Part 2 - Required Documents & Fees

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

                                                                                                                                                           Leave Blank- MLCC Use Only
   D     $70.00 Inspection Fee           {MLCCFeecode4036)
                                                                                                                    TOTAL DUE:


   D     $250.00 Socia I District Permit Fee IMLCCFee Code4081)                                   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                                                      h ization to do so and have attached appropriate documentation as
proof.
                                                                                                                                                       •
                                                                                                                                                                              Date

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




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                       o This to certify that this esJ�ll!inment .is ,treensed � . t(W §!!!le cifbeer, wine, and spirits for the consumption on the
                         premises and has th. em,1m�. r of bljlrs il'ld�ted at wh.ic·?. �er/wlnetand s�irits are to be sold to customers, served to
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                         customers, or c o n . � e d by customers, and has a!so Raid lhe•requ1rEid statutll)ry f�e.
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     ADDl:r:IO·N·ALBAR PERMIT     ;   · ··     Authorized by Administrative R.,ule R 436.1023(3)

                                                 THIS IS NOT A.LJCENSE
BUSINESS ID: 0269657                                                          PERMIT#:
MUSKEGON BREWJ;NG CO.,                                                        20-2954 -1

                                                                              LICENSE#:
                                                                              Class C , L-000435941
NO NAME SALOON                                                                MUSKEGON BREWING co., L L f            d




609 W WES1ERN AVE,
MUSKEGON ' MI 49440-1026''"
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           This Permit l!xpires �n The Same Date As "The License Expires

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                                              2020 :.2021
                         Agenda Item Review Form
                          Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: May 25, 2021                 Title: Traffic Control Order

Submitted By: Doug Sayles/Leo Evans                   Department: Traffic/Engineering

Brief Summary: Approval of Traffic Control Order #68-(2021) for the installation of a “Stop Sign” on
the Southwest corner of 4th Street at Western Avenue.




Detailed Summary: To approve the submitted Traffic Control Order, #68-(2021) and authorize staff
to install a “Stop Sign” on the Southwest corner of 4th Street at Western Avenue. This location is
currently unregulated as the exit from the Convention Center.




Amount Requested: None                               Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the installation of a “Stop Sign” at the Southwest corner of 4th
Street at Western Avenue, per the submitted Traffic Control Order #68-(2021).




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Commission Action:
                               City of Muskegon
                             Traffic Control Order
                                 No. 68-(2021)

The following regulatory sign(s) shall be Installed/Removed at/from the location(s) specified
below under location in accordance with the Michigan Manual of Uniform Traffic Control.

Device/Regulatory Sign(s) to be Installed/Removed: Installation of a “Stop Sign” at the
Southwest corner of 4th Street at Western Avenue

Location: Southwest corner of 4th Street @ Western Avenue at the exit from the Convention
Center.

Recommendation:
            ________________________________ Date: ______/______/______
                 Director of Public Works

               ________________________________ Date: ______/______/______
                     Police Chief

              ________________________________ Date: ______/______/______
                     City Manager

Commission Approval (required for Permanent TCO only):


              ______                 __________ Date:       _____/_____/___ __
                         Commission Action #

Installation/removal

       Date assigned:   _____/_____/_____          By: ___________________________
                                                              Traffic Supervisor

       Date completed: _____/_____/_____           By: ___________________________
                                                         Traffic Department Employee
Temporary; does not require Commission Action, good for 90-days from
Installation/Removal Date.

Permanent; requires Commission Action
                         Agenda Item Review Form
                          Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5-25-2021                             Title: Public Hearing on Harbor 31 LLC (Viridian
                                                               Shores) Redevelopment Brownfield Plan, 150
                                                               Viridian Drive

Submitted By: Peter Wills                                      Department: Economic Development


Brief Summary: To hold a public hearing on the request for a Brownfield Plan Amendment for Harbor 31 LLC
(Viridian Shores) and to consider the attached resolution.

Detailed Summary: Harbor 31 LLC proposes a Brownfield Amendment for its first phase of the Viridian
Shores at Harbor 31 residential development on 3.5 acres at 150 Viridian Drive, site of the former Teledyne
Continental Motors industrial facility. Plans for the $15.2 million initial investment for redevelopment activities
include the construction of 33 two-story residential homes (including a combination of 15 single-family free-
standing homes and 18 multifamily duplex style homes). Development is expected to start in Spring 2021
and continue through 2023. Future project phases include the construction of a 118-unit senior living
community, a 134-unit Boardwalk Flats market-rate apartment building, a 44,000 square foot retail and 120-
unit apartment complex, a four-story 107 room hotel, a retail boat sales and on-demand boat storage facility
and a 100 slip marina with eight dedicated shopper docks. The project is expected to have a significant
economic impact to the area through the creation of over 1,200 construction-related jobs along with nearly
550 FTE (full-time equivalent) jobs.
The initial plan includes $4.018M in eligible costs. It is a local-only property tax capture plan, although
through statute the plan is eligible for $76,900 for eligible environmental costs captured by state educational
millage through EGLE. The local only EGLE eligible costs are $782,000 and include $600,000 for due care
and $80,000 for response activities. Local only MSF eligible costs are $3.159M and include $40,000
demolition, $60,000 asbestos abatement, $380,000 site preparation and $730,000 for infrastructure
improvements. The initial capture for phase one is estimated at $1.81M over the 26 years. Capture of tax
increment revenues for Developer reimbursement is anticipated to commence in 2025 (after the sunset of
the Smart Zone tax abatement for the property) and end in 2047, a total of 26 years. This Plan Amendment
assumes approximately five years of additional capture of tax increment revenues (following Developer
reimbursement) for deposit into a Local Brownfield Revolving Fund, if available. There is a 15 percent
contingency in the plan. A request for 5% interest is included for all accrued and unreimbursed eligible
activities on a yearly basis. There is an annual $10,000 administrative fee paid to the BRA. The BRA
approved the Harbor 31 LLC Brownfield Amendment at its May 11, 2021 meeting.

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


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


Recommended Motion: To close the public hearing and approve the Brownfield Plan Amendment for Harbor
31 LLC (Viridian Shores) at 150 Viridian Drive with the attached resolution, authorizing the Mayor and City
Clerk to sign.

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For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                         City of Muskegon
                                Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
                               County of Muskegon, State of Michigan

             RESOLUTION APPROVING REVISED BROWNFIELD PLAN AMENDMENT

                         Viridian Shores at Harbor 31 Redevelopment Project


       Minutes of a regular meeting of the Board of the City of Muskegon Brownfield

Redevelopment Authority, County of Muskegon, State of Michigan, held on the 11th day of May

2021 at 10:30 a.m., prevailing Eastern Time.

       PRESENT:          Members M. Bottomley (Muskegon Ml), B. Hastings (Muskegon Ml.), M.

Kleaveland (Muskegon Ml.), M. Johnson Sr. (Norton Shores), H. Systema (Muskegon Ml.),

J. Wallace Jr. (Muskegon Ml.), F. Peterson (Muskegon Ml.), F. DePung (Muskegon Ml.), S. Black

(Muskegon Ml.), D. Kalisz (Muskegon Ml.)


       ABSENT:           Members D. Pollock, J. Riegler, J. Moore


       The following preamble and resolution were offered by Member M. Kleaveland, and

supported by Member H. Sytsema.

       WHEREAS, a Brownfield Plan has been adopted pursuant to Act 381, Public Acts of

Michigan, 1996, as amended ("Act 381"), a copy of which is on file with the Secretary of the City of

Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the "Authority"); and

       WHEREAS, the Authority is authorized to approve amendments to the Brownfield Plan and

recommends the Amendment to add eligible properties within the Viridian Shores at Harbor 31

Redevelopment Project for approval to the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, State of

Michigan (the "City").


       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS:

        1.     Approval of Brownfield Plan.       The Board hereby adopts and approves the
Brownfield Plan Amendment for the Viridian Shores at Harbor 31 Redevelopment Project

and recommends the approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendments by the Muskegon City

Commission.

2.      Public Hearing. The Board hereby requests city personnel to provide a notice of

Public Hearing on the proposed Brownfield Plan Amendments, and further requests that

such hearing notice be provided to all taxing jurisdictions. Notice of the time and place of

the hearing shall be given pursuant to Act 267, Public Acts of Michigan, 1976, as amended

("Open Meetings Act").

3.      Deliver Resolution and Brownfield Plan to City.        The Chair of the Authority is

directed to deliver a certified copy of this resolution and the Brownfield Plan Amendments to

the City Clerk.

4.      Disclaimer.   By adoption of this resolution and approval of the Brownfield Plan

Amendments, the Authority assumes no obligation or liability to the owner, developer or

lessor of the Eligible Property for any loss or damage that may result to such persons from

the adoption of this resolution and Brownfield Plan Amendments.

5.      Work Plan Transmittal. The Chair of the Authority shall be authorized to transmit to

the Michigan Strategic Fund, the Michigan Economic Development Corporation and/or the

Michigan Department of Environmental Quality, on behalf of the Authority, a final Act 381

Work Plan that has been reviewed and approved by the Authority.

6.      Repealer. All resolutions and parts of resolution in conflict with the provisions of this

resolution are hereby repealed or amended to the extent of such conflict.

AYES: M. Bottomley, B. Hastings, M. Kleaveland, M. Johnson Sr., H. Systema, J. Wallace
Jr., F. Peterson, F. DePung, S. Black, D. Kalisz

NAYS:     None




                                         -2-
RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.


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                                     Martha Bottomley, Chair
                                     City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority




I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the Board

of the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority, 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.




                                     Ma ha Bottomley, Chair
                                     City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority




                                                -3-
            RESOLUTION APPROVING THE BROWNFIELD PLAN AMENDMENT

                               Harbor 31 LLC 150 Viridian Drive

                   (Viridian Shores at Harbor 31 Redevelopment Project)

                                        City of Muskegon

                                County of Muskegon, Michigan

                                           2021-52(A)
       Minutes of a Regular Meeting of the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of
Muskegon, Michigan (the “City”), virtually on the City of Muskegon’s Facebook Page on the 25th
day of May, 2021 at 5:30 p.m., prevailing Eastern Time.

PRESENT:       Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, and German

ABSENT:        None

       The following preamble and resolution were offered by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga
and supported by Commissioner Emory.

       WHEREAS, in accordance with the provisions of Act 381, Public Acts of Michigan, 1996,
as amended (“Act 381”), the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the
“Authority”) has prepared and approved a Brownfield Plan Amendment to add Harbor 31 LLC,
150 Viridian Drive; and

       WHEREAS, the Authority has forwarded the Brownfield Plan Amendment to the City
Commission requesting its approval of the Brownfield Plan Amendment; and

       WHEREAS, the City Commission has provided notice and a reasonable opportunity to
the taxing jurisdictions levying taxes subject to capture to express their views and
recommendations regarding the Brownfield Plan Amendment, as required by Act 381; and

       WHEREAS, not less than 10 days has passed since the City Commission provided
notice of the proposed Brownfield Plan to the taxing units; and

       WHEREAS, the City Commission held a public hearing on the proposed Brownfield Plan
on May 25, 2021.

       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:
       1. That the Brownfield Plan constitutes a public purpose under Act 381.
       2. That the Brownfield Plan meets all the requirements of Section 13(1) of Act 381.
       3. That the proposed method of financing the costs of the eligible activities, as identified
          in the Brownfield Plan and defined in Act 381, is feasible and the Authority has the
          authority to arrange the financing.
       4. That the costs of the eligible activities proposed in the Brownfield Plan are
          reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of Act 381.
       5. That the amount of captured taxable value estimated to result from the adoption of
          the Brownfield Plan is reasonable.
       6. That the Brownfield Plan in the form presented is approved and is effective
          immediately.
       7. That all resolutions or parts of resolutions in conflict herewith shall be and the same
          are hereby rescinded.

       Be it Further Resolved that the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to execute
all documents necessary or appropriate to implement the provisions of the Brownfield Plan.



       AYES: Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, and Gawron

       NAYS: None

       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 virtual meeting held on May 25, 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, as amended, and altered under Michigan
Governor’s Executive Order 2020-75 (COVID-19) 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
City of Muskegon
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority

Brownfield Plan Amendment for the
Viridian Shores at Harbor 31
150 Viridian Drive
Muskegon, Michigan


Approved by the City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
Approved by the City of Muskegon Board of Commissioners




Prepared with the assistance of:
Fishbeck
1515 Arboretum Drive SE
Grand Rapids, Michigan 49546
616-464-3876
Table of Contents                                                                                                                           Fishbeck | Page i


1.0    Introduction..................................................................................................................................................1
       1.1     Proposed Redevelopment and Future Use for the Eligible Property ..............................................1
       1.2     Eligible Property Information ..........................................................................................................1

2.0    Information Required by Section 13(2) of the Statute .................................................................................2
       2.1    Description of Costs to Be Paid for With Tax Increment Revenues.................................................2
       2.2    Summary of Eligible Activities .........................................................................................................4
       2.3    Estimate of Captured Taxable Value and Tax Increment Revenues ................................................4
       2.4    Maximum Amount of Note or Bonded Indebtedness .....................................................................5
       2.5    Duration of Brownfield Plan ............................................................................................................5
       2.6    Estimated Impact of Tax Increment Financing on Revenues of Taxing Jurisdiction ........................5
       2.7    Legal Description, Property Map, Statement of Qualifying Characteristics and Personal Property5
       2.8    Estimates of Residents and Displacement of Individuals/Families..................................................5
       2.9    Plan for Relocation of Displaced Persons ........................................................................................5
       2.10   Provisions for Relocation Costs .......................................................................................................5
       2.11   Strategy for Compliance with Michigan’s Relocation Assistance Law.............................................6
       2.12   Other Material that the Authority or Governing Body Considers Pertinent ...................................6

List of Figures
Figure 1 – Location Map
Figure 2 – Site Layout Map

List of Tables
Table 2 – Tax Increment Revenue Capture
Table 3 – Tax Increment Revenue Reimbursement Allocation

List of Attachments
Attachment A       Brownfield Plan Amendment Resolution(s)
Attachment B       Conceptual Renderings
Attachment C       Environmental Data Tables and Map
Attachment D       Reimbursement Agreement
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1.0              Introduction
The City of Muskegon Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the “Authority” or MBRA) was established by the City
of Muskegon pursuant to the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Michigan Public Act 381 of 1996, as
amended (“Act 381”). The primary purpose of Act 381 is to encourage the redevelopment of eligible property by
providing economic development incentives through tax increment financing for certain eligible properties.
This Brownfield Plan Amendment (“Plan Amendment”) serves as an amendment to the City of Muskegon’s
existing Brownfield Plan, allowing inclusion of the eligible property described in Sections 1.1 and 1.2 below.
Incorporation of eligible property into the City’s Brownfield Plan permits the use of tax increment financing to
reimburse Viridian Land Shores Co, LLC (“Developer”) for the cost of eligible activities required to redevelop the
eligible property. See Attachment A for copies of Plan Amendment resolutions.

1.1              Proposed Redevelopment and Future Use for the Eligible Property
The Developer is proposing to redevelop a portion of the former Continental Motors industrial site located at 105
Viridian Drive, Muskegon, Michigan (the “Property”). Proposed redevelopment activities include the construction
of 33 two-story residential homes (including a combination of 15 single-family free-standing homes and 18 multi-
family duplex style homes) with options for rooftop seating overlooking Muskegon Lake (the “Project”). The
Project will create a walkable community that provides access to Muskegon Lake, greenspace areas, and
downtown Muskegon. Sustainable development concepts are proposed throughout the Project including green
building techniques and low-impact development stormwater management. Total private investment, not
including property acquisition, is approximately $15,200,000. The development will create approximately 10-20
new jobs (office and maintenance). Project renderings are provided as Attachment B.
The development is expected to start in Spring 2021 and continue through 2023.

1.2              Eligible Property Information
The 3.5-acre Property is located in downtown Muskegon along the south shore of Muskegon Lake. The Property
has been historically utilized for industrial purposes dated back to the 1800s. Based on a recent Phase II
Environmental Site Assessment (ESA) completed in 2021 and historical environmental investigations conducted
over the past 25 years, these past industrial uses have resulted in widespread contamination across the Property.
Known contaminants in the soil with concentrations exceeding Michigan Department of Environment, Great
Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) Part 201 Generic Residential Cleanup Criteria (GRCC) include heavy metals and volatile
organic compound (VOCs). Groundwater contaminants with concentrations identified above Part 201 GRCC
consist of VOCs.
The Developer is not a liable party and completed a Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA) in accordance with
Part 201 of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protect Act, 1995 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
Given the known contamination, the Property is a “facility” pursuant to Part 201 of NREPA. As such, it is
considered an “eligible property” as defined by the Michigan Redevelopment Financing Act, Act 381 of 1996.
Maps depicting the location and layout of the Property are attached as Figures 1 and 2. Environmental data
tables are provided in Attachment C.




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2.0              Information Required by Section 13(2) of the Statute
2.1              Description of Costs to Be Paid for With Tax Increment Revenues
Act 381 provides pre-approval for certain activities that have been conducted at the Property. Additional activities
require BRA approval for reimbursement from local, school operating, and state education taxes. Tax increment
revenues will be used to reimburse the Developer for the following eligible activities.
Tables 1a, 1b and 1c below provide an eligible activity cost summary for the Project.


                                               Table 1a-Summary of Eligible Activity Costs
                                                           EGLE Eligible Activities                               Estimated Cost
Department Specific Activities
      Site Assessment and BEA Activities                                                                                    $11,200
      Due Care Planning                                                                                                     $30,000
      Documentation of Due Care Compliance                                                                                  $12,000
      Health and Safety Plan/Soil Management Plan                                                                            $3,700
                                                                             EGLE Eligible Activities Sub-Total             $56,900
      Brownfield Plan Amendment/Act 381 Work Plan Preparation                                                               $15,000
      Brownfield Plan Amendment Implementation                                                                               $5,000
                                                                     EGLE ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES TOTAL COST                    $76,900



                                               Table 1b-Summary of Eligible Activity Costs
                                           Local Only EGLE Eligible Activities                                    Estimated Cost
      Due Care (Sub-Total)                                                                                                 $600,000
            Volatilization to Indoor Air Mitigation                                                                        $360,000
            Engineered Barriers                                                                                            $100,000
            Dewatering                                                                                                     $140,000
       Response Activities (Sub-Total)                                                                                      $80,000
            Contaminated Soil/Fill Material Removal, Disposal and Oversight                                                 $80,000
                                                             Local Only EGLE Eligible Activities Sub-Total                 $680,000
      Contingency (15%)                                                                                                    $102,000
                                                     Local Only EGLE ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES TOTAL COST                        $782,000




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                                               Table 1c-Summary of Eligible Activity Costs
                                           Local Only MSF Eligible Activities                                 Estimated Cost
     Demolition (Sub-Total)                                                                                             $40,000
     Asbestos Abatement (Sub-Total)                                                                                     $60,000
     Infrastructure Improvement (Sub-Total)                                                                            $730,000
           Urban Stormwater Management System                                                                          $121,000
           Electric                                                                                                    $136,000
           Landscaping                                                                                                  $90,000
            Utility Connection Fees                                                                                     $35,000
            Signage                                                                                                     $15,000
            Concrete and Asphalt                                                                                       $191,000
            Water and Sanitary Sewer Mains                                                                             $142,000
       Site Preparation (Sub-Total)                                                                                    $380,000
            Clearing and Grubbing                                                                                        $5,000
            Geotechnical Engineering & Investigation                                                                    $90,000
            Grading and Land Balancing                                                                                  $65,000
            Engineered Fill Import and Placement                                                                       $100,000
            Temporary Erosion Control, Fencing and Security                                                             $55,000
            Relocation of Utilities                                                                                     $65,000
                                                               Local only MSF Eligible Activities Sub-Total          $1,210,000
      Contingency (15%)                                                                                                $181,500
      Brownfield Plan Amendment/Act 381 Work Plan Preparation                                                           $15,000
      Brownfield Plan Amendment Implementation                                                                           $6,500
      Interest (5%)*                                                                                                 $1,746,180
                                                   LOCAL ONLY MSF ELIGIBLE ACTIVITIES TOTAL COST                     $3,159,180
           *Interest calculated yearly based on eligible activity costs accrued
Total EGLE and local only MSF eligible activities costs is $4,018,080.




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2.2              Summary of Eligible Activities
Eligible activities as defined by Act 381 and included in this Plan Amendment consist of the following:
Pre-Approved Department Specific Activities: These activities are permitted to occur prior to Plan Amendment
approval. Preparation of a Phase I ESA, BEA and due care documents are necessary to protect the new Property
owner/Developer from liability for environmental contamination. Additional due care assessment and/or planning
activities are anticipated, including but not limited to preparation of a soil management plan and health and
safety plan. Pre-approved activities can be reimbursed from state school and local tax increment revenues.
Due Care Activities: Due care activities will include implementation of vapor intrusion mitigation systems, as
applicable, to prevent unacceptable exposures to potential indoor air inhalation concerns. Engineered barriers
will be utilized to protect against direct contact concerns related to known contamination. During construction
activities, dewatering is anticipated. Contaminated groundwater will be properly managed to comply with due
care. Due care costs will include environmental consultant oversight and management.
Asbestos Abatement: An asbestos wrapped pipe was identified on the property during assessment activities and
will need to be properly abated prior to redevelopment activities.
Demolition: Select Site demolition will be necessary to facilitate safe redevelopment and reuse of the Property.
Infrastructure Improvements: Infrastructure improvements include urban stormwater management, electric
utilities, landscaping, utility connection fees, signage, concrete and asphalt pavement and water and sanitary sewer
main upgrades. Costs will include oversight, management, and professional fees associated with these activities.
Site Preparation: Site preparation is expected to include clearing and grubbing, geotechnical engineering, grading
and land-balancing, engineered fill import and placement, temporary erosion control, fencing and security and
relocation of utilities. Costs will include oversight, management, and professional fees associated with these
activities.
Contingency: A 15% is included for all eligible activities not already completed to accommodate unexpected
conditions encountered during the project.
Plan Amendment and Act 381 Work Plan (if necessary) Preparation: This Plan Amendment was required for
authorization of reimbursement to the Developer from tax increment revenues under Public Act 381 of 1996, as
amended. An Act 381 Work Plan may be prepared in the future.
Interest: 5% interest is included for all accrued and unreimbursed eligible activity on a yearly basis.


2.3              Estimate of Captured Taxable Value and Tax Increment Revenues
For the purposes of this Plan Amendment, the taxable value base year is 2021. The 2021 taxable value of the
eligible property is $400,000. After completion of the development, the taxable value is estimated at $7,433,369.
This Plan Amendment assumes a 1.5% annual increase in the taxable value of the eligible property. Initial capture
is anticipated to begin in 2025 (after the sunset of the Smart Zone tax abatement for the property).
The estimated captured taxable value for the redevelopment by year and in aggregate for each taxing jurisdiction
is depicted in tabular form (Table 2: Tax Increment Revenue Capture). Actual taxable values and tax increment
revenues may vary year to year based on economic and market conditions, tax incentives, building additions, and
property improvements, among other factors.
A summary of the estimated reimbursement schedule by year and in aggregate is presented as Table 3: Tax
Increment Revenue Reimbursement Allocation.


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Method of Financing and Description of Advances Made by the Municipality
The cost of the eligible activities included in this Plan Amendment will be paid for by the Developer. The
Developer will seek reimbursement for eligible activity costs through capture of available local and state (as
applicable) tax increment revenues as permitted by Act 381. Refer to Attachment D for a copy of the
Reimbursement Agreement.

2.4              Maximum Amount of Note or Bonded Indebtedness
Bonds will not be issued for this Project.

2.5              Duration of Brownfield Plan
Capture of tax increment revenues for Developer reimbursement is anticipated to commence in 2025 and end in
2047, a total of 26 years. This Plan Amendment assumes approximately five years of additional capture of tax
increment revenues (following Developer reimbursement) for deposit into a Local Brownfield Revolving Fund, if
available.

2.6              Estimated Impact of Tax Increment Financing on Revenues of Taxing
                 Jurisdiction
The estimated amount of tax increment revenues to be captured for this redevelopment from each taxing
jurisdiction by year and in aggregate is presented in Tables 2 and 3.

2.7              Legal Description, Property Map, Statement of Qualifying Characteristics and
                 Personal Property
          The legal description is as follows:

           150 Viridian Drive
           CITY OF MUSKEGON LAKESHORE SMARTZONE SITE CONDOMINIUM UNIT A 3RD AMENDMENT TO
           MASTER DEED L4189/P164 MASTER DEED RECORDED L3505/P491 SUBJ TO ELECTRIC ESMNT L3591/P578
           SBJT TO ELECTRIC ESMNT L3630/P646 SBJT TO UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC LN ESMNT L3719/P211 SBJT TO
           UNDERGROUND ELECTRIC LN ESMNT L3728/P997
          The Property layout is depicted on Figure 2.
          The Property is considered an “eligible property” as defined by Act 381 because the Property is a facility
           pursuant to Part 201. Facility verification is included in Attachment C.
          New personal property added to the Property is included as part of the Eligible Property to the extent it is
           taxable.

2.8              Estimates of Residents and Displacement of Individuals/Families
No residents or families will be displaced because of the Project.

2.9              Plan for Relocation of Displaced Persons
Not applicable.

2.10             Provisions for Relocation Costs
Not applicable.



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2.11             Strategy for Compliance with Michigan’s Relocation Assistance Law
Not applicable.

2.12             Other Material that the Authority or Governing Body Considers Pertinent
The Project will significantly improve the Muskegon Lake shoreline through revitalization of Property once used
for industrial purposes. The new condominium units are part of a larger developer that will increase the City’s tax
base, bring new permanent residences to the City of Muskegon, create new jobs and increase the local
workforce.




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Tax Increment Revenue Capture
Table 2 - Estimate of Total Incremental Taxes Available for Capture                                                                                                                                                          1 of 3
Viridian Shores, Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan




                 Estimated Taxable Value (TV) Increase Rate: 1.5%

                                                    Plan Year             1          2           3                      4            5              6              7               8              9          10          11
                                                Calendar Year           2021       2022        2023                   2024         2025           2026           2027            2028           2029        2030        2031
                                           Base Taxable Value       $    400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $              400,000 $ 400,000      $   400,000   $     400,000   $     400,000   $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000
                                            Estimated New TV        $          - $ 3,042,320 $ 5,279,880 $            7,323,516 $ 7,433,369    $ 7,544,869   $   7,658,042   $   7,772,913   $ 7,889,507 $ 8,007,849 $ 8,127,967
                  Incremental Difference (New TV - Base TV)1        $       -       $   2,642,320 $    4,879,880 $    6,923,516 $ 7,033,369 $ 7,144,869 $        7,258,042 $     7,372,913 $ 7,489,507 $ 7,607,849 $ 7,727,967

School Capture                            Millage Rate
State Education Tax (SET)                       6.00000             $       -       $     15,854 $       29,279 $       41,541 $      42,200 $      42,869 $       43,548 $        44,237 $       44,937 $      45,647 $      46,368
School Operating Tax                           17.98380             $       -       $     47,519 $       87,759 $      124,511 $     126,487 $     128,492 $      130,527 $       132,593 $      134,690 $     136,818 $     138,978
                          School Total         23.9838              $       -       $     63,373 $      117,038 $      166,052 $     168,687 $     171,361 $      174,075 $       176,830 $      179,627 $     182,465 $     185,346

Local Capture                             Millage Rate
County Museum                                   0.32200             $           -   $        851   $      1,571   $      2,229   $     2,265   $     2,301   $      2,337    $      2,374    $     2,412   $     2,450   $     2,488
County Veterans                                 0.07150             $           -   $        189   $        349   $        495   $       503   $       511   $        519    $        527    $       535   $       544   $       553
Senior Citzens Services                         0.49990             $           -   $      1,321   $      2,439   $      3,461   $     3,516   $     3,572   $      3,628    $      3,686    $     3,744   $     3,803   $     3,863
Central Dispatch                                0.29999             $           -   $        793   $      1,464   $      2,077   $     2,110   $     2,143   $      2,177    $      2,212    $     2,247   $     2,282   $     2,318
Community College                               2.20340             $           -   $      5,822   $     10,752   $     15,255   $    15,497   $    15,743   $     15,992    $     16,245    $    16,502   $    16,763   $    17,028
M.A.I.S.D                                       4.75410             $           -   $     12,562   $     23,199   $     32,915   $    33,437   $    33,967   $     34,505    $     35,052    $    35,606   $    36,168   $    36,740
City Operating                                 10.07540             $           -   $     26,622   $     49,167   $     69,757   $    70,864   $    71,987   $     73,128    $     74,285    $    75,460   $    76,652   $    77,862
City Sanitation                                 2.99790             $           -   $      7,921   $     14,629   $     20,756   $    21,085   $    21,420   $     21,759    $     22,103    $    22,453   $    22,808   $    23,168
Hackley Library                                 2.39970             $           -   $      6,341   $     11,710   $     16,614   $    16,878   $    17,146   $     17,417    $     17,693    $    17,973   $    18,257   $    18,545
MPS Sinking                                     0.99810             $           -   $      2,637   $      4,871   $      6,910   $     7,020   $     7,131   $      7,244    $      7,359    $     7,475   $     7,593   $     7,713
County Operating                                5.69780             $           -   $     15,055   $     27,805   $     39,449   $    40,075   $    40,710   $     41,355    $     42,009    $    42,674   $    43,348   $    44,032
                            Local Total        30.3198              $       -       $     80,115   $    147,957   $    209,920   $   213,250   $   216,631   $    220,062    $    223,545    $   227,080   $   230,668   $   234,310

Non-Capturable Millages                   Millage Rate
Community College Debt                          0.34000             $           -   $        898   $      1,659   $      2,354   $     2,391   $     2,429   $      2,468    $      2,507    $     2,546   $     2,587   $     2,628
Hackley Debt                                    0.45320             $           -   $      1,197   $      2,212   $      3,138   $     3,188   $     3,238   $      3,289    $      3,341    $     3,394   $     3,448   $     3,502
MPS Debt - 1995                                 3.86000             $           -   $     10,199   $     18,836   $     26,725   $    27,149   $    27,579   $     28,016    $     28,459    $    28,909   $    29,366   $    29,830
MPS Debt - 2009                                 3.50000             $           -   $      9,248   $     17,080   $     24,232   $    24,617   $    25,007   $     25,403    $     25,805    $    26,213   $    26,627   $    27,048
         Total Non-Capturable Taxes             8.1532              $       -       $     21,543   $     39,787   $     56,449   $    57,344   $    58,254   $     59,176    $     60,113    $    61,063   $    62,028   $    63,008



1
Assumes 1% annual increase for inflation
    Total Tax Increment Revenue (TIR) Available for Capture         $           - $      143,487 $      264,995 $      375,972 $     381,937 $     387,992 $      394,138 $       400,376 $      406,707 $     413,134 $     419,656


Note-
For the purpose of Table 2 the new taxable value is estimated based on 40% of a total overal investment of $19,000,000 divided over the three years estimated for construction of the project




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                 Estimated Taxable Value (TV) Increase Rate:

                                                    Plan Year    12          13          14          15          16          17          18          19          20          21          22
                                                Calendar Year   2032        2033        2034        2035        2036        2037        2038        2039        2040        2041        2042
                                           Base Taxable Value $  400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000 $   400,000
                                            Estimated New TV $ 8,249,886 $ 8,373,635 $ 8,499,239 $ 8,626,728 $ 8,756,129 $ 8,887,471 $ 9,020,783 $ 9,156,095 $ 9,293,436 $ 9,432,838 $ 9,574,330
                  Incremental Difference (New TV - Base TV)1 $ 7,849,886 $ 7,973,635 $ 8,099,239 $ 8,226,728 $ 8,356,129 $ 8,487,471 $ 8,620,783 $ 8,756,095 $ 8,893,436 $ 9,032,838 $ 9,174,330

School Capture                            Millage Rate
State Education Tax (SET)                       6.00000        $    47,099 $      47,842 $      48,595 $      49,360 $      50,137 $      50,925 $      51,725 $      52,537 $      53,361 $      54,197 $      55,046
School Operating Tax                           17.98380        $   141,171 $     143,396 $     145,655 $     147,948 $     150,275 $     152,637 $     155,034 $     157,468 $     159,938 $     162,445 $     164,989
                          School Total         23.9838         $   188,270 $     191,238 $     194,251 $     197,308 $     200,412 $     203,562 $     206,759 $     210,004 $     213,298 $     216,642 $     220,035

Local Capture                             Millage Rate
County Museum                                   0.32200        $     2,528   $     2,568   $     2,608   $     2,649   $     2,691   $     2,733   $     2,776   $     2,819   $     2,864   $     2,909   $     2,954
County Veterans                                 0.07150        $       561   $       570   $       579   $       588   $       597   $       607   $       616   $       626   $       636   $       646   $       656
Senior Citzens Services                         0.49990        $     3,924   $     3,986   $     4,049   $     4,113   $     4,177   $     4,243   $     4,310   $     4,377   $     4,446   $     4,516   $     4,586
Central Dispatch                                0.29999        $     2,355   $     2,392   $     2,430   $     2,468   $     2,507   $     2,546   $     2,586   $     2,627   $     2,668   $     2,710   $     2,752
Community College                               2.20340        $    17,296   $    17,569   $    17,846   $    18,127   $    18,412   $    18,701   $    18,995   $    19,293   $    19,596   $    19,903   $    20,215
M.A.I.S.D                                       4.75410        $    37,319   $    37,907   $    38,505   $    39,111   $    39,726   $    40,350   $    40,984   $    41,627   $    42,280   $    42,943   $    43,616
City Operating                                 10.07540        $    79,091   $    80,338   $    81,603   $    82,888   $    84,191   $    85,515   $    86,858   $    88,221   $    89,605   $    91,009   $    92,435
City Sanitation                                 2.99790        $    23,533   $    23,904   $    24,281   $    24,663   $    25,051   $    25,445   $    25,844   $    26,250   $    26,662   $    27,080   $    27,504
Hackley Library                                 2.39970        $    18,837   $    19,134   $    19,436   $    19,742   $    20,052   $    20,367   $    20,687   $    21,012   $    21,342   $    21,676   $    22,016
MPS Sinking                                     0.99810        $     7,835   $     7,958   $     8,084   $     8,211   $     8,340   $     8,471   $     8,604   $     8,739   $     8,877   $     9,016   $     9,157
County Operating                                5.69780        $    44,727   $    45,432   $    46,148   $    46,874   $    47,612   $    48,360   $    49,119   $    49,890   $    50,673   $    51,467   $    52,273
                            Local Total        30.3198         $   238,007   $   241,759   $   245,567   $   249,433   $   253,356   $   257,338   $   261,380   $   265,483   $   269,647   $   273,874   $   278,164

Non-Capturable Millages                   Millage Rate
Community College Debt                          0.34000        $     2,669   $     2,711   $     2,754   $     2,797   $     2,841   $     2,886   $     2,931   $     2,977   $     3,024   $     3,071   $     3,119
Hackley Debt                                    0.45320        $     3,558   $     3,614   $     3,671   $     3,728   $     3,787   $     3,847   $     3,907   $     3,968   $     4,031   $     4,094   $     4,158
MPS Debt - 1995                                 3.86000        $    30,301   $    30,778   $    31,263   $    31,755   $    32,255   $    32,762   $    33,276   $    33,799   $    34,329   $    34,867   $    35,413
MPS Debt - 2009                                 3.50000        $    27,475   $    27,908   $    28,347   $    28,794   $    29,246   $    29,706   $    30,173   $    30,646   $    31,127   $    31,615   $    32,110
         Total Non-Capturable Taxes             8.1532         $    64,002   $    65,011   $    66,035   $    67,074   $    68,129   $    69,200   $    70,287   $    71,390   $    72,510   $    73,647   $    74,800



1
Assumes 1% annual increase for inflation
    Total Tax Increment Revenue (TIR) Available for Capture $      426,277 $     432,997 $     439,818 $     446,741 $     453,768 $     460,900 $     468,139 $     475,487 $     482,946 $     490,516 $     498,199


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                 Estimated Taxable Value (TV) Increase Rate:

                                                    Plan Year    23          24                 25             26             27            TOTAL
                                                Calendar Year   2043        2044               2045           2046           2047
                                           Base Taxable Value $  400,000 $   400,000       $    400,000   $    400,000   $    400,000   $           -
                                            Estimated New TV $ 9,717,945 $ 9,863,714       $ 10,011,670   $ 10,161,845   $ 10,314,273   $           -
                  Incremental Difference (New TV - Base TV)1 $ 9,317,945 $ 9,463,714 $ 9,611,670 $ 9,761,845 $ 9,914,273                $           -

School Capture                            Millage Rate
State Education Tax (SET)                       6.00000        $    55,908 $      56,782 $      57,670 $       58,571 $       59,486 $ 1,245,721
School Operating Tax                           17.98380        $   167,572 $     170,194 $     172,854 $      175,555 $      178,296 $ 3,733,801
                          School Total         23.9838         $   223,480 $     226,976 $     230,524 $      234,126 $      237,782 $ 4,979,522

Local Capture                             Millage Rate
County Museum                                   0.32200        $     3,000   $     3,047   $     3,095    $     3,143    $     3,192    $    66,854
County Veterans                                 0.07150        $       666   $       677   $       687    $       698    $       709    $    14,845
Senior Citzens Services                         0.49990        $     4,658   $     4,731   $     4,805    $     4,880    $     4,956    $ 103,789
Central Dispatch                                0.29999        $     2,795   $     2,839   $     2,883    $     2,928    $     2,974    $    62,284
Community College                               2.20340        $    20,531   $    20,852   $    21,178    $    21,509    $    21,845    $ 457,470
M.A.I.S.D                                       4.75410        $    44,298   $    44,991   $    45,695    $    46,409    $    47,133    $ 987,047
City Operating                                 10.07540        $    93,882   $    95,351   $    96,841    $    98,354    $    99,890    $ 2,091,857
City Sanitation                                 2.99790        $    27,934   $    28,371   $    28,815    $    29,265    $    29,722    $ 622,425
Hackley Library                                 2.39970        $    22,360   $    22,710   $    23,065    $    23,425    $    23,791    $ 498,226
MPS Sinking                                     0.99810        $     9,300   $     9,446   $     9,593    $     9,743    $     9,895    $ 207,226
County Operating                                5.69780        $    53,092   $    53,922   $    54,765    $    55,621    $    56,490    $ 1,182,979
                            Local Total        30.3198         $   282,518   $   286,938   $   291,424    $   295,977    $   300,599    $ 6,295,002

Non-Capturable Millages                   Millage Rate
Community College Debt                          0.34000        $     3,168   $     3,218   $     3,268    $     3,319    $     3,371    $    70,591
Hackley Debt                                    0.45320        $     4,223   $     4,289   $     4,356    $     4,424    $     4,493    $    94,093
MPS Debt - 1995                                 3.86000        $    35,967   $    36,530   $    37,101    $    37,681    $    38,269    $ 801,414
MPS Debt - 2009                                 3.50000        $    32,613   $    33,123   $    33,641    $    34,166    $    34,700    $ 726,671
         Total Non-Capturable Taxes             8.1532         $    75,971   $    77,160   $    78,366    $    79,590    $    80,833    $ 1,692,769



1
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    Total Tax Increment Revenue (TIR) Available for Capture $      505,998 $     513,914 $     521,948 $      530,103 $      538,381 $ 11,274,525


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                 Table 3
Tax Increment Revenue Reimbursement Allocation
Table 3 - Estimate of Total Incremental Taxes Available for Reimbursement                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1 of 2
Viridian Shores, Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan




                                                                  Developer
                                                                   Maximum           School &
                                                                Reimbursement       Local Taxes
                                                                     State          $     38,450
                                                                     Local              3,979,630                                       Estimated Years of Capture: 26 years (including 5 years of LBRF capture)
                                                                     TOTAL          $ 4,018,080
                                                                      EGLE              N/A
                                                                      MSF               N/A

                                                                                                        2021               2022             2023            2024            2025            2026            2027            2028            2029          2030          2031          2032          2033         2034         2035         2036
Total State Incremental Revenue                                                                     $              -   $      63,373 $       117,038 $        166,052 $      168,687 $       171,361 $       174,075 $        176,830 $      179,627 $     182,465 $     185,346 $     188,270 $     191,238 $    194,251 $    197,308 $    200,412
State Brownfield Redevelopment Fund (50% of SET)                                                    $              -                                                  $       21,100
State TIR Available for Reimbursement                                                               $              -   $       63,373 $      117,038 $        166,052 $      147,587 $       171,361 $       174,075 $       176,830 $      179,627 $     182,465 $     185,346 $     188,270 $     191,238 $    194,251 $    197,308 $    200,412

Total Local Incremental Revenue                                                                     $              -   $       80,115   $    147,957    $    209,920    $    213,250    $    216,631    $    220,062    $    223,545    $   227,080   $   230,668   $   234,310   $   238,007   $   241,759 $    245,567 $    249,433 $    253,356
BRA Administrative Fee                                                                              $              -   $          500   $     10,000    $     10,000    $     10,000    $     10,000    $     10,000    $     10,000    $    10,000   $    10,000   $    10,000   $    10,000   $    10,000 $     10,000 $     10,000 $     10,000
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone (NEZ) Tax Abatement                                                    $              -   $       40,057   $     73,978    $    104,960    $    106,625    $    108,315    $    110,031    $    111,773    $   113,540   $   115,334   $   117,155   $   119,003   $   120,879
Local TIR Available for Reimbursement                                                               $              -   $       39,557   $     63,978    $     94,960    $     96,625    $     98,315    $    100,031    $    213,545    $   217,080   $   220,668   $   224,310   $   228,007   $   231,759 $    235,567 $    239,433 $    243,356

Total State & Local TIR Available                                                                   $              -   $       102,930 $     181,017 $       261,012 $       244,212 $       269,677 $       274,107 $       390,376 $      396,707 $     403,134 $     409,656 $     416,277 $     422,997 $    429,818 $    436,741 $    443,768

                                                                   Beginning
DEVELOPER                                                           Balance
Developer Reimbursement Balance                                $                -                   $              -   $   1,818,567 $ 2,132,318 $          2,461,755 $     2,580,998 $     2,568,220 $     2,593,401 $     2,618,039 $ 2,524,719 $ 2,423,021 $ 2,312,471 $ 2,192,570 $ 2,062,792 $ 1,922,585 $ 1,771,369 $ 1,608,533




Environmental Eligible Costs                                   $          76,900                    $              -   $       76,900   $     76,900    $     76,900    $     76,900
   State Tax Reimbursement                                     $          38,450                    $          -       $          -     $        -      $        -      $     38,450
   Local Tax Reimbursement                                     $          38,450                    $          -       $          -     $        -      $        -      $     38,450
   Total Environmental Reimbursement Balance                                                        $              -   $       76,900   $     76,900    $     76,900    $          -

Local Only Eligible Costs                                      $       2,195,000                    $              -   $   1,741,667    $   2,055,418   $   2,384,855   $   2,504,098   $   2,568,220   $   2,593,401   $   2,618,039   $ 2,524,719 $ 2,423,021     $ 2,312,471 $ 2,192,570     $ 2,062,792 $ 1,922,585   $ 1,771,369 $ 1,608,533
   Local Tax Reimbursement                                     $       3,941,180                    $              -   $           -    $           -   $           -   $      58,175   $      98,315   $     100,031   $     213,545   $   217,080 $   220,668     $   224,310 $   228,007     $   231,759 $   235,567   $   239,433 $   243,356
   Interest (5%)                                               $       1,746,180                    $              -   $      87,084    $     102,771   $     119,243   $     122,297   $     123,496   $     124,669   $     120,225   $   115,382 $   110,118     $   104,409 $    98,229     $    91,552 $    84,351   $    76,597 $    68,259
   Total Non Environmental Reimbursement Balance                                                                       $   1,828,751    $   2,158,189   $   2,504,098   $   2,568,220   $   2,593,401   $   2,618,039   $   2,524,719   $ 2,423,021 $ 2,312,471     $ 2,192,570 $ 2,062,792     $ 1,922,585 $ 1,771,369   $ 1,608,533 $ 1,433,436

Total Annual Developer Reimbursement                           $       4,018,080                    $              -   $            -   $           -   $           -   $    135,075 $        98,315 $       100,031 $       213,545 $      217,080 $     220,668 $     224,310 $     228,007 $     231,759 $    235,567 $    239,433 $    243,356



LOCAL BROWNFIELD REVOLVING FUND
LBRF Deposits *
     State Tax Capture                                           $           38,450
     Local Tax Capture                                           $        1,322,408
     Total LBRF Capture                                          $        1,360,858
 * Up to five years of capture for LBRF Deposits after eligible activities are reimbursed. May be taken from Local TIR only.




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Table 3 - Estimate of Total Incremental Taxes Available for Reimbursement                                                                                                                                                                                                            2 of 2
Viridian Shores, Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan




                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Estimated Developer Capture           $   4,018,080
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               BRA Administrative Fee                $    250,500
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               State Brownfield Redevelopment Fund   $     49,054
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Local Brownfield Revolving Fund       $   1,360,858




                                                          2037            2038       2039      2040      2041                         2042          2043         2044         2045         2046         2047       TOTAL
Total State Incremental Revenue                  $         203,562 $       206,759 $ 210,004 $ 213,298 $ 216,642 $                     220,035 $     223,480 $    226,976 $    230,524 $    234,126 $    237,782 $ 4,979,522
State Brownfield Redevelopment Fund (50% of SET)                                                                                               $      27,954                                                     $    49,054
State TIR Available for Reimbursement            $         203,562 $        206,759 $     210,004 $      213,298 $      216,642 $      220,035 $     195,526 $   226,976 $    230,524 $    234,126 $     237,782 $ 4,930,469

Total Local Incremental Revenue                  $         257,338 $        261,380 $     265,483 $      269,647 $      273,874 $     278,164 $     282,518 $    286,938 $    291,424 $    295,977 $    300,599 $ 6,295,002
BRA Administrative Fee                           $          10,000 $         10,000 $      10,000 $       10,000 $       10,000 $      10,000 $      10,000 $     10,000 $     10,000 $     10,000 $     10,000 $   250,500
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone (NEZ) Tax Abatement                                                                                                                                                                $ 1,241,652
Local TIR Available for Reimbursement            $         247,338 $        251,380 $     255,483 $      259,647 $      263,874 $     268,164 $     272,518 $    276,938 $    281,424 $    285,977 $    290,599 $ 5,500,535

Total State & Local TIR Available                     $    450,900 $        458,139 $     465,487 $      472,946 $      480,516 $     488,199 $     468,044 $    503,914 $    511,948 $    520,103 $    528,381 $ 10,431,004


DEVELOPER
Developer Reimbursement Balance                       $ 1,433,436 $       1,245,403 $ 1,043,725 $        827,655 $      596,409 $     349,162 $      85,048




Environmental Eligible Costs
   State Tax Reimbursement                                                                                                                                                                                       $    38,450
   Local Tax Reimbursement                                                                                                                                                                                       $    38,450
   Total Environmental Reimbursement Balance                                                                                                                                                                     $       -

Local Only Eligible Costs                      $ 1,433,436 $              1,245,403   $ 1,043,725 $      827,655    $   596,409   $   349,162   $    85,048
   Local Tax Reimbursement                     $   247,338 $                251,380   $ 255,483 $        259,647    $   263,874   $   268,164   $    85,048                                                      $ 3,941,180
   Interest (5%)                               $    59,305 $                 49,702   $    39,413 $       28,401    $    16,627   $     4,050   $         -                                                      $ 1,746,180
   Total Non Environmental Reimbursement Balance
                                               $ 1,245,403 $              1,043,725   $ 827,655 $        596,409    $   349,162   $    85,048   $         -

Total Annual Developer Reimbursement                  $    247,338 $        251,380 $     255,483 $      259,647 $      263,874 $     268,164 $      85,048                                                      $ 4,018,080



LOCAL BROWNFIELD REVOLVING FUND
LBRF Deposits *
     State Tax Capture                                                                                                                          $    38,450                                                     $    38,450
     Local Tax Capture                                                                                                                          $   187,470 $    276,938 $    281,424 $    285,977 $    290,599 $ 1,322,408
     Total LBRF Capture                                                                                                                                                                                         $ 1,360,858
 * Up to five years of capture for LBRF Deposits after eligible activities are reimbursed. May be taken from Local TIR only.




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                                                                                                                                                                                                      CLEANUP CRITERIA COMPARISON FOR SOILS
                                                                                                                                                                                                             UNIT A ‐ VIRIDIAN SHORES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                150 VIRIDIAN DRIVE
                                                                                                                                                                                                      MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN




                                                                                                          1,2,4‐Trimethylbenzene



                                                                                                                                       1,3,5‐Trimethylbenzene
                                                                              1,1,1‐Trichloroethane




                                                                                                                                                                   2‐Methylnaphthalene
           Unit A ‐ Viridian Shores (RESIDENTIAL)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Tetrachloroethylene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Methylene Chloride
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Hexachloroethane




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Isopropylbenzene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Trichloroethylene
 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Polynuclear Aromatic 




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             n‐Propylbenzene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          n‐Butylbenzene
              Hydrocarbons (PNAs), and Metals




                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Ethylbenzene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Naphthalene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Other VOCs
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Benzene
                                                                                                                                                                                            Acetone




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Toluene
                              (µg/Kg)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Xylenes
          Chemical Abstract Service Number (CAS#)                          71556                       95636                        108678                       91576                    67641           71432        100414                67721                  98828                        75092                  91203           104518             103651               127184                   108883        79016                 1330207     Various

        Sample ID             Sample Date Sample Depth (bgs)                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  VOCs

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Soil Pile Samples
           EX‐1                    2021           Soil Pile West            < 50                         750                          190                        2,000                    < 1000           300          < 200                  310                  < 300                         < 250                  < 400           1,000               220                 1,500                    < 50          270                  2,400         ND
           EX‐2                    2021          Soil Pile Center           < 50                         240                         < 160                        450                     < 1000            93          < 200                  120                  < 300                         < 250                  < 400           < 330              < 100                 390                     < 50          < 50                   600         ND
           EX‐3                    2021            Soil Pile East            61                          940                          250                        1,600                    < 1000           360          < 200                  400                  < 300                         < 250                  < 370           1,100               270                 2,100                    < 50          120                  3,000         ND
           HAB‐1                   2009                 3‐4'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐               ‐               ‐                      ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                   ‐                ‐                  ‐          NA
           HAB‐2                   2009                 2‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐               ‐               ‐                      ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                   ‐                ‐                  ‐          NA
           HAB‐3                   2009                 1‐2'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐               ‐               ‐                      ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                   ‐                ‐                  ‐          NA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Historic Site Soil Samples
            B‐1                    2006               0.5‐1.5'               250                         190                           67                         320                      ND               ND           51                         ‐                 ND                         2,200                    210                ‐               ND                         ‐                  160          < 71                   360         ND
            B‐2                    2006                 2‐3'                 ND                          490                          180                        1,400                     570             140           ND                         ‐                210                         1,300                   890                 ‐               ND                         ‐                  400         < 110                   920         ND
            B‐3                    2006               1.5‐2.5'               240                       1,200                          370                        2,200                     ND               ND           280                        ‐                320                           ND                   1,300                ‐               340                        ‐                  510          200                  1,900         ND
            B‐4                    2006                3‐4.5'                ND                          ND                           ND                          ND                       ND               ND           ND                         ‐                 ND                           ND                    < 210               ‐               ND                         ‐                  ND          < 110                   ND          ND
            B‐8                    2006                 4‐5'                 ND                        1,100                          300                        1,600                     ND              370           350                        ‐                130                           ND                   2,100                ‐               170                        ‐                 2,800         < 37                 4,100         ND
            B‐9                    2006                 2‐3'                 ND                          330                           84                         680                      ND               73           110                        ‐                 ND                          250                     630                ‐               ND                         ‐                  520          < 47                   890         ND
           B‐10                    2006                 5‐6'                 ND                          ND                           ND                          140                      ND               ND           ND                         ‐                 ND                          290                    < 72                ‐               ND                         ‐                  73           < 39                   ND          ND
            E‐22                   1994                 1‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐              ND           ND                         ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                  ND                ‐                 ND          NA
            E‐23                   1994                 1‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐              ND           ND                         ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                  ND                ‐                 ND          NA
            E‐24                   1994                 1‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐              ND           ND                         ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                  ND                ‐                 ND          NA
            F‐22                   1994                 1‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐              ND           ND                         ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                  ND                ‐                 ND          NA
           G‐24                    1994               2.5‐4.5'                     ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐               ‐               ‐                      ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                   ‐                ‐                  ‐          NA
           G‐26                    1994                 1‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐              ND           ND                         ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                  ND                ‐                 ND          NA
           G‐26                    1998                 1‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐               ‐               ‐                      ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                   ‐                ‐                  ‐          NA
          G‐26.1                   2001                 1‐3'                       ‐                           ‐                            ‐                          ‐                     ‐               ‐               ‐                      ‐                     ‐                            ‐                     ‐               ‐                   ‐                      ‐                   ‐                ‐                  ‐          NA

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         EGLE Residential Vapor Intrusion Screening Levels (VIAP 2020)
        Soil Residential Screening Levels (2020 VIAP) /                
         Site Specific EGLE (Confirmed October 2017)                         450                         150                          100                        1,700                   2.60E+05           1.7           12                 3.2 (M)                  3.8                          130                    67              550               1,800                 6.2                     3,700         0.33                   280            ‐

                                                                                                      MDEQ‐RRD Operational Memorandum No. 1: Part 201 Cleanup Criteria, December 30, 2013; Revised June 25, 2018.  Attachment 1: Soil Tables 2 and 3 Residential and Non‐Residential Part 201 Generic 
                                                                                                                                                                               Cleanup Criteria and Screening Levels
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Residential (µg/Kg)
Statewide Default Background Levels                                          NA                          NA                           NA                          NA                       NA               NA           NA                    NA                     NA                           NA                     NA              NA                 NA                    NA                      NA            NA                    NA          NA
Drinking Water Protection (DWP)                                             4,000                       2,100                        1,800                       57,000                   15,000            100         1,500                  430                  91,000                         100                   35,000          1,600              1,600                 100                     16,000         100                  5,600      Various
Groundwater Surface Water Interface Protection (GSIP)                       1,800                        570                         1,100                       4,200                    34,000         4,000 (X)       360                1,800 (X)                3,200                      30,000 (X)                730              ID                 ID                1,200 (X)                 5,400       4,000 (X)                980       Various
Ambient Air Infinite Source Volatile Soil Inhalation (VSI)                3.80E+06                    2.10E+07                      1.60E+07                    1.50E+06                 1.30E+08         13,000      7.20E+05               5.50e5                1.70E+06                     2.10E+05                3.00E+05           ID                 ID                1.70E+05                 2.80E+06      11,000                4.60E+07    Various
Ambient Air Particulate Soil Inhalation (PSI)                             6.70E+10                    8.20E+10                      8.20E+10                    6.70E+08                 3.90E+11        3.80E+08     1.00E+10               2.30e8                5.80E+09                     6.60E+09                2.00E+08        2.00E+09            1.E+09              2.70E+09                 2.70E+10     1.30E+08               2.90E+11    Various
Direct Contact (DC)                                                       5.0E+8 (C)                  3.2E+7 (C)                   3.2E+7 (C)                   8.10E+06                 2.30E+07        1.80E+05     2.2E+7 (C)             2.30e5                2.80E+07                     1.30E+06                1.60E+07        2.50E+06            3.E+06             2.0E+5 (C)                5.0E+07     1.1E+5 (DD)             4.10E+08    Various
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Non‐Residential (µg/Kg)
Drinking Water Protection (DWP)                                             4,000                       2,100                        1,800                      1.70E+05                  42,000            100         1,500                 1,200                2.60E+05                        100                  1.00E+05         4,600              4,600                 100                     16,000         100                  5,600      Various
Groundwater Surface Water Interface Protection (GSIP)                       1,800                        570                         1,100                       4,200                    34,000         4,000 (X)       360                 1,800 (X)               3,200                       30,000                   730              ID                 ID                1,200 (X)                 5,400       4,000 (X)                980       Various
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      6.60E+5 
Direct Contact (DC)                                                   1.0E+9 (C,D)  1.00E+08                                       1.00E+8 (C)                  2.60E+07                 7.30E+07        8.4E+5 (C)   7.1E+7 (C)            7.30E+05               8.0E+7 (C)                   5.80E+06                5.20E+07        8.00E+06           8.00E+06            9.30E+5 (C)               1.60E+08                            1.00E+09    Various
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       (C DD)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Screening Levels (µg/Kg)
Soil Saturation Concentration Screening Levels (Csat)                     4.60E+05                    1.10E+05                       94,000                       NA                     1.10E+08        4.00E+05     1.40E+05                 NVL                 3.90E+05                     2.30E+06                  NA            1.00E+07           1.00E+07              88,000                  250,000      5.00E+05               150,000     Various

      ND   Not Detected above laboratory Method Detection Limit
            (MDL) or Minimum Quantitative Level (MQL)
   NA / ‐   Not analyzed or Not Available
NLV / NLL Not Likely to Volatilize / Not Likely to Leach
       ID  Insufficient Data
   µg/Kg   micrograms per Kilogram or parts per billion
      bgs   Below Grade Surface (feet)
     Bold   Exceeds Part 201 Cleanup Criteria
              Identified Part 201 Cleanup Criteria exceeded

              Exceeds EGLE VIAP Screening Levels
                                                                                                                                                            TABLE 1 (Page 2 of 3)
                                                                                                                                                   CLEANUP CRITERIA COMPARISON FOR SOILS
                                                                                                                                                          UNIT A ‐ VIRIDIAN SHORES
                                                                                                                                                             150 VIRIDIAN DRIVE
                                                                                                                                                   MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Dibenzo(a,h)anthracene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Indeno(1,2,3‐cd)pyrene
                                                                                                                                                       Benzo(b)fluoranthene




                                                                                                                                                                                                          Benzo(k)fluoranthene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             2‐Methylnaphthalene
           Unit A ‐ Viridian Shores (RESIDENTIAL)




                                                                                                                                                                                Benzo(g,h,i)perylene
                                                                                                           Benzo(a)anthracene
 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Polynuclear Aromatic 




                                                                                                                                  Benzo(a)pyrene
                                                                         Acenaphthene
              Hydrocarbons (PNAs), and Metals




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Phenanthrene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Fluoranthene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Naphthalene
                                                                                           Anthracene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Other PNAs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   Chrysene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Fluorene
                             (µg/Kg)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Pyrene
          Chemical Abstract Service Number (CAS#)                      83329            120127           56553                  50328               205992                    191242                    207089                   218019               53703                      206440            86737        193395                     91576                   91203           85018            129000      Various

        Sample ID            Sample Date Sample Depth (bgs)                                                                                                                                                                                            PNAs

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Soil Pile Samples
           EX‐1                   2021          Soil Pile West              ‐                ‐                 ‐                     ‐                      ‐                        ‐                         ‐                     ‐                        ‐                       ‐                ‐               ‐                          ‐                    ‐                ‐               ‐         NA
           EX‐2                   2021          Soil Pile Center            ‐                ‐                 ‐                     ‐                      ‐                        ‐                         ‐                     ‐                        ‐                       ‐                ‐               ‐                          ‐                    ‐                ‐               ‐         NA
           EX‐3                   2021           Soil Pile East             ‐                ‐                 ‐                     ‐                      ‐                        ‐                         ‐                     ‐                        ‐                       ‐                ‐               ‐                          ‐                    ‐                ‐               ‐         NA
          HAB‐1                   2009                3‐4'                  ‐             84              290                     250                 47                        65                       170                       330                        ‐                    500                 ‐          61                        1,100                    670             820              520         ND
          HAB‐2                   2009                2‐3'                  ‐             490             ND                      ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                       ND                         ‐                    950                 ‐         ND                         3,200                   980            2,500              ND          ND
          HAB‐3                   2009                1‐2'                  ‐             110             240                     210                 330                       53                        79                       290                        ‐                    480                 ‐          51                        1,200                    670            1,100             650         ND
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         Historic Site Soil Samples
            B‐1                   2006              0.5‐1.5'             ND               ND              ND                      ND                 3,100                      ND                        ND                      4,300                 ND                        3,400             ND           ND                        8,500                   < 1400          13,000            3,300        ND
            B‐2                   2006                2‐3'               ND               ND              ND                      ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                       ND                   ND                         ND               ND           ND                         3,100                  < 1300          4,300              ND          ND
            B‐3                   2006              1.5‐2.5'             ND              1,100            ND                      ND                 2,200                      ND                        ND                      2,400                 ND                        2,300             ND           ND                        7,700                   < 1300          9,600             2,500        ND
            B‐4                   2006               3‐4.5'              ND               ND              ND                      ND                  90                        ND                        83                       ND                   ND                         ND               ND           ND                          ND                     < 47             66               ND          ND
            B‐8                   2006                4‐5'             2,200             6,900          15,000                  10,000               10,000                    6,700                    9,200                    17,000               2,400                      41,000            2,700        5,900                       3,700                  5,600           32,000            3,100        ND
            B‐9                   2006                2‐3'               ND               ND              ND                      ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                       ND                   ND                         ND               ND           ND                          ND                     < 58             ND               ND          ND
           B‐10                   2006                5‐6'               ND               ND              ND                      ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                       ND                   ND                         ND               ND           ND                          ND                    < 1300           1,100             ND          ND
           E‐22                   1994                1‐3'               ND               ND              ND                      ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                       ND                   ND                         ND               ND           ND                               ‐                  490             480              ND          ND
           E‐23                   1994                1‐3'               ND               ND              ND                      ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                       710                  ND                         ND               ND           ND                               ‐                 < 330            ND               ND          ND
           E‐24                   1994                1‐3'              800              1,100           1,600                    ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                      1,300                 ND                        2,100            1,500         ND                               ‐                27,000          11,000            2,600        ND
           F‐22                   1994                1‐3'               ND               ND              ND                      ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                       ND                   ND                         ND               ND           ND                               ‐                 < 330            ND               ND          ND
           G‐24                   1994              2.5‐4.5'                ‐                ‐                 ‐                     ‐                      ‐                        ‐                         ‐                     ‐                        ‐                       ‐                ‐                ‐                         ‐                    ‐                ‐               ‐         NA
           G‐26                   1994                1‐3'               ND               ND             1,200                    ND                  ND                        ND                        ND                      1,300                 ND                         590              ND           ND                               ‐                 < 330            ND              1,500        ND
           G‐26                   1998                1‐3'                  ‐                ‐                 ‐                     ‐                      ‐                        ‐                         ‐                     ‐                        ‐                       ‐                ‐                ‐                         ‐                    ‐                ‐               ‐         NA
          G‐26.1                  2001                1‐3'                  ‐                ‐                 ‐                     ‐                      ‐                        ‐                         ‐                     ‐                        ‐                       ‐                ‐                ‐                         ‐                    ‐                ‐               ‐         NA

                                                                                                                                                                                                       EGLE Residential Vapor Intrusion Screening Levels (VIAP 2020)
        Soil Residential Screening Levels (2020 VIAP) /                
         Site Specific EGLE (Confirmed October 2017)                    2.00E+05        1.30E+07        1.60E+05                      ‐                      ‐                        ‐                         ‐                    ‐                        ‐                       ‐           4.70E+05              ‐                   1,700                    67             1,700           2.50E+07         ‐

                                                                                        MDEQ‐RRD Operational Memorandum No. 1: Part 201 Cleanup Criteria , December 30, 2013; Revised June 25, 2018.  Attachment 1: Soil Tables 2 and 3 Residential and Non‐Residential Part 201 
                                                                                                                                                           Generic Cleanup Criteria and Screening Levels
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Residential (µg/Kg)
Statewide Default Background Levels                                      NA               NA              NA                      NA                  NA                        NA                        NA                       NA                   NA                         NA               NA           NA                          NA                      NA              NA               NA          NA
Drinking Water Protection (DWP)                                       3.00E+05           41,000           NLL                     NLL                 NLL                       NLL                       NLL                      NLL                  NLL                      7.30E+05         3.90E+05       NLL                        57,000                  35,000          56,000          4.80E+05    Various
Groundwater Surface Water Interface Protection (GSIP)                   8,700              ID             NLL                     NLL                 NLL                       NLL                       NLL                      NLL                  NLL                       5,500            5,300         NLL                        4,200                    730            2,100              ID       Various
Ambient Air Infinite Source Volatile Soil Inhalation (VSI)            8.10E+07          1.40E+09          NLV                     NLV                   ID                      NLV                       NLV                       ID                  NLV                      7.40E+08         1.30E+08       NLV                       1.50E+06                3.00E+05        1.60E+05         6.50E+08    Various
Ambient Air Particulate Soil Inhalation (PSI)                         1.40E+10          6.70E+10            ID                  1.50E+06                ID                    8.00E+08                     ID                       ID                   ID                      9.30E+09         9.30E+09         ID                      6.70E+08                2.00E+08        6.70E+06         6.70E+09    Various
Direct Contact (DC)                                                   4.10E+07          2.30E+08         20,000                  2,000               20,000                   2.50E+06                 2.00E+05                  2.00E+06              2,000                     4.60E+07         2.70E+07      20,000                     8.10E+06                1.60E+07        1.60E+06         2.90E+07    Various
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Non‐Residential (µg/Kg)
Drinking Water Protection (DWP)                                       8.80E+05           41,000           NLL                     NLL                 NLL                       NLL                       NLL                      NLL                  NLL                      7.30E+05         8.90E+05       NLL                       1.70E+05                1.00E+05        1.60E+05         4.80E+05    Various
Groundwater Surface Water Interface Protection (GSIP)                   8,700              ID             NLL                     NLL                 NLL                       NLL                       NLL                      NLL                  NLL                       5,500            5,300         NLL                        4,200                    730            2,100              ID       Various
Direct Contact (DC)                                                   1.30E+08          7.30E+08         80,000                  8,000               80,000                   7.00E+06                 8.00E+05                  8.00E+06              8,000                     1.30E+08         8.70E+07      80,000                     2.60E+07                5.20E+07        5.20E+06         8.40E+07    Various
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Screening Levels (µg/Kg)
Soil Saturation Concentration Screening Levels (Csat)                    NA               NA              NA                      NA                  NA                        NA                        NA                       NA                   NA                         NA               NA           NA                          NA                      NA              NA               NA        Various

      ND   Not Detected above laboratory Method Detection 
            (MDL) or Minimum Quantitative Level (MQL)
   NA / ‐   Not analyzed or Not Available
NLV / NLL Not Likely to Volatilize / Not Likely to Leach
       ID  Insufficient Data
   µg/Kg   micrograms per Kilogram or parts per billion
      bgs   Below Grade Surface (feet)
     Bold   Exceeds Part 201 Cleanup Criteria
              Identified Part 201 Cleanup Criteria exceeded

              Exceeds EGLE VIAP Screening Levels
                                                                                                                           TABLE 1 (Page 3 of 3)
                                                                                                                  CLEANUP CRITERIA COMPARISON FOR SOILS
                                                                                                                         UNIT A ‐ VIRIDIAN SHORES
                                                                                                                            150 VIRIDIAN DRIVE
                                                                                                                  MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN



           Unit A ‐ Viridian Shores (RESIDENTIAL)
 Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Polynuclear Aromatic 
              Hydrocarbons (PNAs), and Metals




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Manganese
                                                                                                                                    Chromium
                                                                             Antimony




                                                                                                                     Cadmium




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Beryllium
                                                                                                                                                                                                        Selenium
                                                                                                                                                                                            Mercury
                              (µg/Kg)




                                                                                          Arsenic




                                                                                                        Barium




                                                                                                                                                     Copper




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Nickel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Silver
                                                                                                                                                                        Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Zinc
          Chemical Abstract Service Number (CAS#)                         7440360       7440382      744393       7440439       16065831          7440508           7439921             7439976       7782492      7440224        7440666      7440417         7439965        7440020

        Sample ID             Sample Date Sample Depth (bgs)                                                                                                                   Metals

                                                                                                                                                                      Soil Pile Samples
           EX‐1                    2021           Soil Pile West               ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
           EX‐2                    2021          Soil Pile Center              ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
           EX‐3                    2021            Soil Pile East              ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
           HAB‐1                   2009                 3‐4'                   ‐        27,000       93,000         800               ‐           88,000             48,000                280         1,500           80          66,000           ‐          220,000            ‐
           HAB‐2                   2009                 2‐3'                   ‐        33,000       140,000       3,400              ‐           350,000          3,200,000               93          1,400          260         910,000           ‐         1,100,000           ‐
           HAB‐3                   2009                 1‐2'                   ‐        30,000       72,000         390               ‐            21,000            28,000                 39         2,000          ND           30,000           ‐          110,000            ‐
                                                                                                                                                                Historic Site Soil Samples
            B‐1                    2006               0.5‐1.5'                 ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
            B‐2                    2006                 2‐3'                   ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
            B‐3                    2006               1.5‐2.5'                 ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
            B‐4                    2006                3‐4.5'                  ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
            B‐8                    2006                 4‐5'                   ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
            B‐9                    2006                 2‐3'                   ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
           B‐10                    2006                 5‐6'                   ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
            E‐22                   1994                 1‐3'                ND          50,000           ‐          ND            7,600            14,000             9,700               <100         1,600            ‐          3,400          ND                ‐          3,100
            E‐23                   1994                 1‐3'                   ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
            E‐24                   1994                 1‐3'                ND           6,400           ‐           71           4,600            12,000            17,000               <100         1,300            ‐          4,500          ND                ‐          8,800
            F‐22                   1994                 1‐3'                ND          26,000           ‐           52           2,600            2,800              1,600               <100          ND              ‐          4,200          ND                ‐            ND
           G‐24                    1994               2.5‐4.5'            15,000        18,000           ‐         3,900        250,000           990,000           290,000               <100          ND              ‐         270,000         ND                ‐         270,000
           G‐26                    1994                 1‐3'                ND           7,500           ‐         2,700         76,000           150,000           100,000               <100          790             ‐         150,000        290                ‐         96,000
           G‐26                    1998                 1‐3'                   ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐          21,000               ‐                  ‐                   ‐            ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐
          G‐26.1                   2001                 1‐3'                   ‐           ‐             ‐            ‐               ‐            6,000                 ‐                   ‐          ND              ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐          6,000

                                                                                                                                                EGLE Residential Vapor Intrusion Screening Levels (VIAP 2020)
        Soil Residential Screening Levels (2020 VIAP) /                
         Site Specific EGLE (Confirmed October 2017)                           ‐            ‐            ‐             ‐              ‐               ‐                  ‐               22 (M)           ‐             ‐             ‐             ‐               ‐             ‐

                                                                                                    MDEQ‐RRD Operational Memorandum No. 1: Part 201 Cleanup Criteria, 2013; Revised June 25, 2018.  Attachment 1: Soil Tables 2 and 3 Residential and Non‐Residential Part 
                                                                                                                                                          201 Generic Cleanup Criteria and Screening Levels
                                                                                                                                                                     Residential (µg/Kg)
Statewide Default Background Levels                                          NA          5,800        75,000       1,200       18,000 (total)      32,000            21,000                130          410          1,000         47,000         NA           4.40E+05        20,000
Drinking Water Protection (DWP)                                             4,300        4,600       1.30E+06      6,000          30,000          5.80E+06          7.00E+05              1,700        4,000         4,500        2,400,000    5.10E+04          1,000         51,000
Groundwater Surface Water Interface Protection (GSIP)                     94,000(X)      4,600      440,000 (G)   3,600 (G)        3,300         75,000 (G)       5.10E+6  (G,X)        50 (M); 1.2     400        100 (M); 27   170,000 (G)   85,000 (G)     56,000 (G,X)    76,000 (G)
Ambient Air Infinite Source Volatile Soil Inhalation (VSI)                  NLV           NLV          NLV          NLV            NLV              NLV                NLV                52,000        NLV           NLV           NLV           NLV             NLV            NLV
Ambient Air Particulate Soil Inhalation (PSI)                             1.30E+07      7.20E+05     3.30E+08     1.70E+06       2.60E+05         1.30E+08          1.00E+08            2.00E+07      1.30E+08      6.70E+06         ID        1.30E+06        3.30E+06       1.30E+07
Direct Contact (DC)                                                       1.80E+05       7,600       3.70E+07     5.50E+05       2.50E+06         2.00E+07          4.00E+05            1.60E+05      2.60E+06      2.50E+06      1.7E+08      4.10E+05        2.50E+07       4.00E+07
                                                                                                                                                                  Non‐Residential (µg/Kg)
Drinking Water Protection (DWP)                                             4,300        4,600       1.30E+06      6,000          30,000          5.80E+06          7.00E+05              1,700        4,000         13,000       5,000,000    5.10E+04          1,000         51,000
Groundwater Surface Water Interface Protection (GSIP)                     94,000(X)      4,600           (G)      3,600 (G)        3,300         75,000 (G)             (G,X)           50 (M); 1.2     400        100 (M); 27   170,000 (G)      (G)         56,000 (G,X)    76,000 (G)
Direct Contact (DC)                                                       6.70E+05       37,000      1.30E+08     2.10E+06       9.20E+06         7.30E+07         9.0E+5 (DD)          5.80E+05      9.60E+06      9.00E+06     630,000,000   1.60E+06        9.00E+07       1.50E+08

                                                                                                                                                                   Screening Levels (µg/Kg)
Soil Saturation Concentration Screening Levels (Csat)                        NA           NA            NA          NA              NA               NA                NA                   NA          NA             NA            NA           NA              NA             NA

      ND   Not Detected above laboratory Method Detection 
            (MDL) or Minimum Quantitative Level (MQL)
   NA / ‐   Not analyzed or Not Available
NLV / NLL Not Likely to Volatilize / Not Likely to Leach
       ID  Insufficient Data
   µg/Kg   micrograms per Kilogram or parts per billion
      bgs   Below Grade Surface (feet)
     Bold   Exceeds Part 201 Cleanup Criteria
              Identified Part 201 Cleanup Criteria exceeded

              Exceeds EGLE VIAP Screening Levels
                                                                                              TABLE 2 (Page 1 of 2)
                                                                                CLEANUP CRITERIA COMPARISON FOR GROUNDWATER
                                                                                            UNIT A - VIRIDIAN SHORES
                                                                                               150 VIRIDIAN DRIVE
                                                                                    MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1,2,4‐Trimethylbenzene



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1,3,5‐Trimethylbenzene
                                                                                                 2‐Methylnaphthalene




                                                                                                                                                                Tetrachloroethylene
                                                                                                                          Methylene Chloride
             Unit A ‐ Viridian Shores (RESIDENTIAL)




                                                                                                                                                                                                             Trichloroethylene
   Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Polynuclear Aromatic 




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Vinyl chloride
                                                                                 Ethylbenzene




                                                                                                                                                Naphthalene
               Hydrocarbons (PNAs), and Metals




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Other VOCs
                              (µg/L)




                                                                     Benzene




                                                                                                                                                                                             Toluene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Xylenes
             Chemical Abstract Service Number (CAS#)               71432       100414           91576                  75092                   91203          127184                       108883       79016                    95636                     108678                     75014              1330207     Various

   Sample ID           Sample Date           Screen Depth (bgs)                                                                                                                              VOCs

                                                                                                                                                               Recent Groundwater Samples
   MW‐106s               12/8/20                   1.7‐6.7'         < 1          < 1                  ‐                        ‐                   ‐                 ‐                       < 1                  ‐               < 1                        < 1                            ‐              < 3         NA
   MW‐118s               12/8/20                   3.5‐8.5'         < 1          < 1                  ‐                        ‐                   ‐                 ‐                       < 1                  ‐               < 1                        < 1                            ‐              < 3         NA
   MW‐118s               1/21/21                   3.5‐8.5'            ‐            ‐                 ‐                  < 5                    < 5                  ‐                         ‐             < 1                        ‐                          ‐                        ‐                ‐         NA
   MW‐118d               12/8/20                   49‐54'              ‐            ‐                 ‐                        ‐                   ‐                 ‐                         ‐                  ‐                     ‐                          ‐                        ‐                ‐         NA
   MW‐119s               12/8/20                    6‐11'           < 1          < 1                  ‐                        ‐                   ‐                 ‐                       < 1                  ‐               < 1                        < 1                            ‐              < 3         NA
                                                                                                                                                               Historic Groundwater Samples
      B‐1                  2006                     < 10'           ND           ND              ND                      ND                     ND              ND                           ND              ND                   ND                         ND                        ND                  ND          ND
      B‐2                  2006                     < 10'           ND           ND              ND                      ND                     ND              ND                           ND              ND                   ND                         ND                        ND                  ND          ND
      B‐3                  2006                     < 10'           ND           ND              ND                      ND                     ND              ND                           ND              ND                   ND                         ND                        ND                  ND          ND
      B‐4                  2006                     < 10'           ND           ND              ND                      ND                     ND              ND                           ND              ND                   ND                         ND                        ND                  ND          ND
      B‐8                  2006                     < 10'           ND           ND              ND                      ND                     ND              ND                           ND              ND                   42                         ND                        ND                  ND          ND
      B‐9                  2006                     < 10'           ND           ND              ND                      ND                     ND              ND                           ND              ND                   ND                         ND                        ND                  ND          ND
      B‐10                 2006                     < 10'           ND           ND              ND                      ND                     ND              ND                           ND              ND                   ND                         ND                        ND                  ND          ND

                                                                                                                                                  EGLE Residential Vapor Intrusion Screening Levels (VIAP 2020)
   Groundwater Residential Shallow (< 10 ft bgs) (2020 VIAP)
                                                                    1.0          2.8             66                       79                    4.2             1.5                         300         0.073                     25                         18                       0.12                 75        Various



                                                                  MDEQ‐RRD Operational Memorandum No. 1: Part 201 Cleanup Criteria , December 30, 2013; Revised June 25, 2018.  Attachment 1: Groundwater Table 1 
                                                                                   Residential and Non‐residential Part 201 Generic Cleanup Criteria and Screening Levels and Part 213 Tier 1 RBSLs


                                                                                                                                                                                        Residential (µg/L)
Residential Drinking Water (DW)                                    5.0 (A)      74 (E)           260                    5.0 (A)                 520           5.0 (A)                      790 (E)       5.0 (A)                 63 (E)                     72 (E)                    2.0 (A)              280       Various

Groundwater Surface Water Interface (GSI)                          200 (X)       18              19                    1,500 (X)                11             60 (X)                        270        200 (X)                   17                         45                       13 (X)               41        Various

                                                                                                                                                                                      Non‐Residential (µg/L)
Non‐Residential Drinking Water (DW)                                5.0 (A)      74 (E)           750                    5.0 (A)                1,500          5.0 (A)                      790 (E)       5.0 (A)                 63 (E)                     72 (E)                    2.0 (A)              280       Various

Groundwater Surface Water Interface (GSI)                          200 (X)       18              19                    1,500 (X)                11             60 (X)                        270        200 (X)                   17                         45                       13 (X)               41        Various


      ND   Not Detected above the laboratory Method Detection
             Limit (MDL) or Minimum Quantitative Level (MQL)
    NA / ‐   Not analyzed or Not Available
     NVL No value listed
     µg/L   micrograms per Liter or parts per billion
      bgs   Below Grade Surface (feet)
     Bold   Exceeds Cleanup Criteria
            Cleanup Criteria exceeded
              Exceeds EGLE VIAP Screening Levels
                                                                                TABLE 2 (Page 2 of 2)
                                                                  CLEANUP CRITERIA COMPARISON FOR GROUNDWATER
                                                                              UNIT A - VIRIDIAN SHORES
                                                                                 150 VIRIDIAN DRIVE
                                                                      MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN




             Unit A ‐ Viridian Shores (RESIDENTIAL)
   Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs), Polynuclear Aromatic 
               Hydrocarbons (PNAs), and Metals




                                                                                     Cadmium
                              (µg/L)




                                                                                                                                                                    Selenium
                                                                                                                                    Mercury
                                                                                                  Copper




                                                                                                                                                                                             Metals
                                                                                                                                                         Nickel
                                                                        PNAs




                                                                                                                     Lead




                                                                                                                                                                                  Zinc
             Chemical Abstract Service Number (CAS#)                 Various     7440439       7440508           7439921         Varies            7440020        7782492      7440666     Various

   Sample ID           Sample Date           Screen Depth (bgs)       PNAs                                                                    Metals

                                                                                                                             Recent Groundwater Samples
   MW‐106s               12/8/20                   1.7‐6.7'            ND           < 1          < 5                < 5           < 0.2                 6.0         < 5          < 10        NA
   MW‐118s               12/8/20                   3.5‐8.5'            ND           < 2          < 5                  ‐           < 0.2                 < 3         < 5          < 10        NA
   MW‐118s               1/21/21                   3.5‐8.5'            NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
   MW‐118d               12/8/20                   49‐54'              NA           < 2          < 5                  ‐           < 0.2                 < 5         < 1          < 10        NA
   MW‐119s               12/8/20                    6‐11'              ND              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
                                                                                                                             Historic Groundwater Samples
      B‐1                  2006                     < 10'              NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
      B‐2                  2006                     < 10'              NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
      B‐3                  2006                     < 10'              NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
      B‐4                  2006                     < 10'              NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
      B‐8                  2006                     < 10'              NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
      B‐9                  2006                     < 10'              NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA
      B‐10                 2006                     < 10'              NA              ‐           ‐                  ‐               ‐                   ‐           ‐            ‐         NA

                                                                                                           EGLE Residential Vapor Intrusion Screening Levels (VIAP 2020)
   Groundwater Residential Shallow (< 10 ft bgs) (2020 VIAP)
                                                                     Various           ‐           ‐                  ‐           0.088                   ‐           ‐            ‐       Various


                                                                                MDEQ‐RRD Operational Memorandum No. 1: Part 201 Cleanup Criteria , December 30, 2013; Revised June 
                                                                                25, 2018.  Attachment 1: Groundwater Table 1 Residential and Non‐residential Part 201 Generic Cleanup 
                                                                                                         Criteria and Screening Levels and Part 213 Tier 1 RBSLs

                                                                                                                                  Residential (µg/L)
Residential Drinking Water (DW)                                       Various      5.0 (A)     1,000 (E)           4.0 (L)        2.0 (A)              100 (A)     50 (A)        2400      Various

Groundwater Surface Water Interface (GSI)                             Various     3.6 (G,X)     15 (G)            41 (G,X)        0.0013               90 (G)       5.0         200 (G)    Various

                                                                                                                                Non‐Residential (µg/L)
Non‐Residential Drinking Water (DW)                                   Various      5.0 (A)     1,000 (E)           4.0 (L)        2.0 (A)              100 (A)     50 (A)      5,000 (E)   Various

Groundwater Surface Water Interface (GSI)                             Various     3.6 (G,X)     15 (G)            41 (G,X)        0.0013               90 (G)       5.0         200 (G)    Various


      ND   Not Detected above the laboratory Method Detection
             Limit (MDL) or Minimum Quantitative Level (MQL)
    NA / ‐   Not analyzed or Not Available
     NVL No value listed
     µg/L   micrograms per Liter or parts per billion
      bgs   Below Grade Surface (feet)
     Bold   Exceeds Cleanup Criteria
            Cleanup Criteria exceeded
              Exceeds EGLE VIAP Screening Levels
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Table 11 - Groundwater Data Summary (2015-2020) - Volatile Organic Compounds
Former Teledyne Continental Motors Site
Muskegon, Michigan
                                                     1,2,4-                1,3,5-                                                                                      Xylenes,
Monitoring               Collection    Field                                                                Benzene          Ethylbenzene          Toluene
                                              Trimethylbenzene       Trimethylbenzene                                                                                   Total
Location                   Date     Duplicate
                                                   [95-63-6]             [108-67-8]                        [71-43-2]          [100-41-4]          [108-88-3]         [1330-20-7]
                         11/17/15                          100                     36                            53                 4.1                 3.3                230
MW-102RS
                         02/17/16                         offsite
                                                            12                    6.4                           6.2                   1U                  1U                31
                         07/01/20                         0.55 J                    1U                           61                   1U                  1U              0.31 J
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                           18                   1U                  1U              0.33 J
                         11/17/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/18/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-106S
                         07/01/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/17/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/17/16                         offsite
                                                             1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-107S                  07/02/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20        X                   1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/16/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-109S                  02/18/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         07/02/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/16/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-110S                  02/17/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         07/01/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/17/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/18/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-112RS
                         07/02/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/16/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/17/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-116S
                         07/01/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/17/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/18/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-118S
                         07/01/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/17/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                1.2                  3U
                         02/18/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                2.1                  3U
MW-119S
                         07/01/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/16/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/18/16
                                                         offsite
                                                             1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-120S
                         07/02/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/16/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/16/15        X                   1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/17/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
MW-121S
                         02/17/16        X                   1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         07/01/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         07/01/20        X                   1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/16/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         11/17/15                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         02/17/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
Trip Blank               02/18/16                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         07/01/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         07/02/20                            1 U                    1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                         12/08/20                            1U                     1U                            1U                  1U                  1U                 3U
                 (1)
Residential DWC                                      63 (E)                72 (E)                             5.0               74 (E)              790 (E)            280 (E)
                     (1)
Nonresidential DWC                                   63 (E)                72 (E)                             5.0               74 (E)              790 (E)            280 (E)
             (1)
GSI Criteria                                          17                    45                              200 (X)              18                  270                  49
Results expressed in µg/L.
Bolded values exceed an applicable criterion.
Data Qualifiers:
U       Not detected
Footnotes/Abbreviations:
(1)
   Part 201 Groundwater Generic Cleanup Criteria/Part 213 Tier 1 Risk-based Screening Levels, January 10, 2018 (GSI Criteria Updated June 25, 2018).
(E)      Aesthetic drinking water value. Notice of aesthetic impact may be employed as an institutional control if concentration exceeds the aesthetic DWC but not the health-based
         DW value.
(X)      Criterion not protective for surface water used as a drinking water source.
DWC drinking water criterion
GSI      groundwater surface water interface



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Table 12 - Groundwater Data Summary (2015-2020) - Polynuclear Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Former Teledyne Continental Motors Site
Muskegon, Michigan




                                                                                                                 Acenaphthylen
                                                                                      Acenaphthene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Phenanthrene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Indeno(1,2,3-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Fluoranthene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         fluoranthene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       fluoranthene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Naphthalene
                                                          naphthalene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dibenzo(a,h)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Benzo(g,h,i)
                                                                                                                                               Anthracene




                                                                                                                                                                         anthracene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                anthracene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        [205-99-2]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       [191-24-2]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      [207-08-9]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                [218-01-9]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      [129-00-0]
                                                                                                                                 [208-96-8]




                                                                                                                                                            [120-12-7]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            [206-44-0]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  [193-39-5]
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     Chrysene
                                                                                                                                                                                      [56-55-3)
                                                                        [91-57-6]




                                                                                                     [83-32-9]




                                                                                                                                                                                                             [50-32-8]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               [53-70-3]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      [86-73-7]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               [92-20-3]




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               [85-01-8]
                                                           2-Methyl




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           Fluorene
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Benzo(b)
                                                                                                                                                                          Benzo(a)




                                                                                                                                                                                                  Benzo(a)




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         perylene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Benzo(k)
                                                                                                                                                                                                   pyrene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     pyrene




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Pyrene
Monitoring                Collection        Field




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       cd)
                                                                                                                       e
Location                    Date          Duplicate


                          11/17/15                           13                        5.4 J                       0.50          J            0.45          J                2.5      U              2.5     U                2.5 U                         2.5 U                           2.5 U                     2.5       U                     5U                      2.5           U               1.2 J                           5U                    1.3 J                         1.2 J                          12     U
                          02/17/16
                                                           offsite
                                                            1.3 J                    0.80 J                       0.081          J            0.10          J                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                   0.091            J             0.24 J                            2U                  0.16 J                         0.21 J                       0.17      J
MW-102RS
                          07/01/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                      0.046      J
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                   0.044 J                       0.029          J            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                      0.042      J
                          11/17/15                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
                          02/18/16                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
MW-106S
                          07/01/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/17/15                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
                          02/17/16
                                                         offsite
                                                               5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
MW-107S                   07/02/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                   0.049            J             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                      0.085      J
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U             0.065       J            0.17      U             0.040 J                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                   0.065            J             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                      0.093      J
                          12/08/20             X           0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                      0.044      J
                          11/16/15                             5U                      1.3 J                           5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U             0.22 J                            2U                  0.11 J                            2U                            5     U
MW-109S                   02/18/16                        0.040 J                    0.97 J                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U             0.11 J                            2U                 0.050 J                            2U                            5     U
                          07/02/20                         0.17 U                    0.92                          0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U            0.088 J                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/16/15                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
MW-110S                   02/17/16                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
                          07/01/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/17/15                            12 U                     12 U                           12         U              12          U                2.5      U              2.5     U                2.5 U                         2.5 U                           2.5 U                     2.5       U                     5U                      2.5           U                12 U                           5U                     12 U                           5U                           12     U
                          02/18/16                            12 U                     12 U                           12         U              12          U                2.5      U              2.5     U                2.5 U                         2.5 U                           2.5 U                     2.5       U                     5U                      2.5           U                12 U                           5U                     12 U                           5U                           12     U
MW-112RS
                          07/02/20                         0.17 U                    0.41                          0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.13 J                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                      0.065      J
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                    0.14 J                       0.034          J            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U            0.043 J                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/16/15                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
                          02/17/16                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
MW-116S
                          07/01/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/17/15                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
                          02/18/16                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
MW-118S
                          07/01/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                 0.042 J                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/17/15                            62 U                     1.8 J                       0.76          J              62          U                2.8      J              1.8     J                1.8 J                          12 U                           2.0 J                     2.8       J                    25 U                     2.5           J               1.5 J                         25 U                    1.3 J                          25 U                         3.3     J
                          02/18/16                            62 U                     62 U                           62         U              62          U                12       U              12      U                12 U                           12 U                           12 U                       12       U                    25 U                     12            U                62 U                         25 U                     62 U                          25 U                          62     U
MW-119S
                          07/01/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/16/15                             5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
                          02/18/16
                                                         offsite
                                                               5U                        5U                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                      5U                            2U                            5     U
MW-120S
                          07/02/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          12/08/20                         0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          11/16/15                             5U                    0.33 J                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                 0.080 J                       0.070 J                            5     U
                          11/16/15             X               5U                    0.37 J                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                 0.080 J                            2U                            5     U
                          02/17/16                             5U                    0.38 J                            5         U               5          U             0.060       J           0.050      J                  1U                            1U                         0.060 J                   0.070        J                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                 0.070 J                       0.050 J                            5     U
MW-121S
                          02/17/16             X               5U                    0.35 J                            5         U               5          U                  1      U                1     U                  1U                            1U                              1U                        1       U                     2U                        1           U                 5U                            2U                 0.070 J                            2U                            5     U
                          07/01/20                         0.17 U                    0.50                         0.028          J            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                        0.17 U                          0.17 U                    0.17        U                 0.17 U                    0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
                          07/01/20             X           0.17 U                    0.17 U                        0.17          U            0.17          U              0.17       U            0.17      U              0.17 U                         0.17 U                         0.17 U                    0.17        U                  0.17 U                   0.17            U             0.17 U                        0.17 U                  0.17 U                         0.17 U                       0.17      U
Residential DWC (1)                                         260                      1,300                           52                        43                           2.1                     5.0                  1.5 (AA)                    1.0 (M); 0.26                  1.0 (M); 0.80                    1.6                     2.0 (M); 0.21                   210                           880                    2.0 (M); 0.022                 520                            52                           140
Nonresidential DWC (1)                                      750                      3,800                          150                        43                           8.5                     5.0                  1.5 (AA)                    1.0 (M); 0.26                  1.0 (M); 0.80                    1.6                     2.0 (M); 0.85                   210                          2,000                   2.0 (M); 0.022                1,500                          150                           140
GSI Criteria (1)                                             19                       38                             ID                        ID                           ID                      ID                      ID                            ID                              NA                          ID                          ID                         1.6                            12                          ID                        11                       2.0 (M); 1.7                       ID
Results expressed in µg/L.
Bolded values exceed an applicable criterion.
Data Qualifiers:
U - Not detected
J - Estimated value
Footnotes/Abbreviations:
(1)
  Part 201 Groundwater Generic Cleanup Criteria/Part 213 Tier 1 Risk-based Screening Levels, January 10, 2018 (GSI Criteria Updated June 25, 2018).
(M) - Criterion is below the target detection limit; criterion defaults to detection limit (first value is criterion, second value is the risk based or solubility value)
DWC - drinking water criterion
GSI - groundwater surface water interface
ID - Insufficient data to develop criterion.
NA - not available



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Table 13 - Groundwater Data Summary (2015-2020) - Metals and Cyanide
Former Teledyne Continental Motors Site
Muskegon, Michigan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Zinc,           Zinc,
Monitoring Location                                 Collection              Field               Antimony   Arsenic (B)   Barium (B)    Cadmium (B)   Copper (B)     Lead (B)     Mercury (B)   Nickel (B)    Selenium (B)                                 Cyanide (4)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Dissolved (B)     Total (B)
(Receiving Surface Water)                             Date                Duplicate
                                                                                             [7440-36-0]   [7440-38-2]   [7440-39-3]   [7440-43-9]   [7440-50-8]   [7439-92-1]   [7439-97-6]   [7440-02-0]   [7782-49-2]    [7440-66-6]     [7440-66-6]   [57-12-5]
                                                    11/17/15                                         --          --             --          2.4             4U            3U          0.2 U         20 U          5.9               --             50 U        --
                                                    02/18/16                                         --          --             --          1.1             4U            3U          0.2 U         20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
MW-106S
                                                    04/07/16                                         --          --             --            --            --            --            --            --            5U              --              --         --
(Muskegon Lake)
                                                    07/01/20                                         --          --             --         0.25 J           4U            3U         0.18 J         7.7             5U              --             10 U        --
                                                    12/08/20                                         --          --             --         0.56 J           5U            5U          0.2 U         6.0             5U              --             10 U        --
                                                    11/17/15
                                                                                             offsite --          --             --            1U            --            --            --          20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
MW-107D                                             02/18/16                                         --          --             --            1U            --            --            --          20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
(Muskegon Lake)                                     07/01/20                                         --          --             --         0.28 J           --            --            --          1.7 J           5U              --           980           --
                                                    12/08/20                                         --          --             --            2U            --            --            --            5U         0.89 J             --           500           --
                                                    11/17/15                                         --          --           100             1U            --            --            --          20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
                                                    02/17/16                                         --          --           100 U           1U            --            --            --          20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
MW-107S
                                                    07/02/20                                         --          --           350             2U            --            --            --          12           0.55 J             --           380           --
(Muskegon Lake)
                                                    12/08/20                                         --          --           330             2U            --            --            --          2.0 J        0.52 J             --            5.9 J        --
                                                    12/08/20                    X                    --          --           330             2U            --            --            --          2.3 J        0.51 J             --            6.6 J        --
                                                    11/16/15                                         --           --            --            --            --            --            --            --            --              --              --          5U
MW-109D                                             02/17/16                                         --           --            --            --            --            --            --            --            --              --              --          5U
(Ryerson Creek)                                     03/23/17                                         --           --          190             --            --            --            --            --            --              --              --         --
                                                    07/02/20                                         --           --            --            --            --            --            --            --            --              --              --          4U
                                                    11/16/15                                         --          --           710             --            --            3U            --            --            --              --              --          5U
MW-109S                                             02/18/16                                         --          --           760             --            --            3U            --            --            --              --              --          5U
(Ryerson Creek)                                     03/23/17                                         --          --           650             --            --            --            --            --            --              --              --         --
                                                    07/02/20                                         --          --           380             --            --            5U            --            --            --              --              --          4U
                                                    11/16/15                                         --           5U            --            --            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             50 U        --
MW-110S                                             02/17/16                                         --           5U            --            --            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             50 U        --
(Ryerson Creek)                                     03/23/17                                         --           --          210             --            --            --            --            --            --              --              --         --
                                                    07/01/20                                         --         9.3             --            --            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             10 U        --
                                                    11/17/15                                         --          --           350             1U            4U            3U            --          20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
MW-112RS                                            02/18/16                                         --          --           300             1U            4U            3U            --          20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
(Muskegon Lake)                                     07/02/20                                         --          --           420             2U            5U            5U            --            5U            5U              --            7.0 J        --
                                                    12/08/20                                         --          --           520             2U            5U            5U            --            5U            5U              --             10 U        --
                                                    11/16/15                                         2U          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             50 U        --
MW-116D                                             02/17/16                                         2U          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             50 U        --
(Ryerson Creek                                      07/01/20                                         5U          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             10 U        --
                                                    12/08/20                                         5U          --             --            2U            5U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             10 U        --
                                                    11/16/15                                         2U          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --           150           --
                                                    02/17/16                                         2U          --             --            1U          4.8             --          0.2 U           --            5U              --           230           --
                                                    04/07/16                                         --          --             --            --            --            --            --            --            --              --           320           --
MW-116S
                                                    05/25/16                                         --          --             --            --            --            --            --            --            --           290             300           --
(Ryerson Creek)
                                                    03/23/17                                         --          --           200             --            --            --            --            --            --              --              --         --
                                                    07/01/20                                         5U          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --            7.1 J        --
                                                    12/08/20                                         5U          --             --            2U            5U            --          0.2 U           --            5U              --             10 U        --
                                                    11/17/15                                         --          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U         20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
MW-118D                                             02/18/16                                         --          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U         20 U            5U              --             50 U        --
(Muskegon Lake)                                     07/01/20                                         --          --             --            1U            4U            --          0.2 U           5U            5U              --             14 J        --
                                                    12/08/20                                         --          --             --            2U            5U            --          0.2 U           5U         0.56 J             --             10 U        --




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Table 13 - Groundwater Data Summary (2015-2020) - Metals and Cyanide
Former Teledyne Continental Motors Site
Muskegon, Michigan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Zinc,           Zinc,
Monitoring Location                                 Collection              Field               Antimony   Arsenic (B)     Barium (B)      Cadmium (B)   Copper (B)     Lead (B)     Mercury (B)   Nickel (B)    Selenium (B)                                 Cyanide (4)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Dissolved (B)     Total (B)
(Receiving Surface Water)                             Date                Duplicate
                                                                                             [7440-36-0]   [7440-38-2]    [7440-39-3]      [7440-43-9]   [7440-50-8]   [7439-92-1]   [7439-97-6]   [7440-02-0]   [7782-49-2]    [7440-66-6]     [7440-66-6]   [57-12-5]
                                                    11/17/15                                         --           --              --               1U            4U            --         0.2 U          20 U            5U             --             50 U         --
MW-118S                                             02/18/16                                         --           --              --               1U            4U            --         0.2 U          20 U            5U             --             50 U         --
(Muskegon Lake)                                     07/01/20                                         --           --              --               1U            4U            --         0.2 U         2.2 J        0.64 J             --            4.9 J         --
                                                    12/08/20                                         --           --              --               2U            5U            --         0.2 U         2.0 J            5U             --             10 U         --
                                                    11/16/15                                         --           --            120                --           --             --         0.2 U           --            --              --              --           5U
                                                                                             offsite
                                                    02/18/16                                         --           --            200                --           --             --         0.2 U           --            --              --              --           5U
MW-120S
                                                    03/23/17                                         --           --            340                --           --             --           --            --            --              --              --          --
(Muskegon Lake)
                                                    07/02/20                                         --           --            160                --           --             5U           --            --            --              --              --           4U
                                                    12/08/20                                         --           --            190                --           --             --         0.2 U           --            --              --              --           2U
                                                    11/16/15                                         --           --         1,200                 1U            4U            --         0.2 U          20 U            5U             --             50 U          5U
                                                    11/16/15                    X                    --           --         1,200                 1U            4U            --         0.2 U          20 U            5U             --             50 U          5U
                                                    02/17/16                                         --           --         1,000                 1U            4U            --         0.2 U          20 U            5U             --             50 U          5U
                                                    02/17/16                    X                    --           --         1,000                 1U            4U            --         0.2 U          20 U            5U             --             50 U       7.3
MW-121S
                                                    04/07/16                                         --           --             --                --           --             --           --            --            --              --              --           5U
(Ryerson Creek)
                                                    03/23/17                                         --           --         1,100                 --           --             --           --            --            --              --              --          --
                                                    03/23/17                    X                    --           --         1,000                 --           --             --           --            --            --              --              --          --
                                                    07/01/20                                         --           --         6,800                 1U            4U            --         0.2 U           5U             5U             --             10 U          4U
                                                    07/01/20                    X                    --           --         6,600                 1U            4U            --         0.2 U           5U             5U             --            6.8 J          2U
                          (1)
Residential DWC                                                                                   6.0          10            2,000             5.0         1,000 (E)      4.0 (L)        2.0           100           50            2,400           2,400        200
GSI Criteria (Muskegon Lake) (1)                                                                130 (X)        10            870 (G)         3.6 (G,X)      15 (G)       41 (G,X)     0.0013 (3)      90 (G)         5.0           200 (G)         200 (G)       5.2
GSI Criteria (Ryerson Creek) (1)                                                                130 (X)        10        4,800/5,800 (2)     4.2 (G,X)      18 (G)       48 (G,X)     0.0013 (3)     110 (G)         5.0           240 (G)         240 (G)       5.2
Results expressed in µg/L; total metals concentrations unless otherwise noted.
Bolded values exceed an applicable criterion.
Data Qualifiers:
U      Not detected
Footnotes/Abbreviations:
(1)
    Part 201 Groundwater Generic Cleanup Criteria/Part 213 Tier 1 Risk-based Screening Levels, January 10, 2018 (GSI Criteria Updated June 25, 2018).
(2)
    Values represent chronic/acute mixing zone-based criteria per mixing zone determination dated December 11, 2018.
(3)
    Criterion is applicable only if action level of 0.2 µg/L is exceeded.
(4)
    Amenable cyanide results are reported for 2015 through 2017 monitoring events; available cyanide results are reported for 2020 sampling event.
(B)       Background, as defined in R 299.5701(b), may be substituted if higher than the calculated criterion.
(E)       Aesthetic drinking water value. Notice of aesthetic impact may be employed as an institutional control if concentration exceeds the aesthetic DWC but not the health-based DW value.
(G)       Criterion dependent on receiving surface water hardness; On 11/16/15, Muskegon Lake water hardness was measured at 190 mg/L, Ryerson Creek water hardness was measured at 232 mg/L. MW-106S, MW-107S, MW-107D, MW-112RS, MW-118S, MW-118D,
          and MW-120S should be evaluated against the GSI criteria calculated with the Muskegon Lake water hardness of 190 mg/L. MW-109S, MW-109D, MW-110S, MW-116S, MW-116D, and 121S should be evaluated against the GSI criteria calculated with the Ryerson
          Creek water hardness of 232 mg/L.
(L)       Concentrations up to the State action level of 15 µg/L may still allow for drinking water use if soil concentrations are below 400 mg/Kg.
(X)       Criterion not protective for surface water used as a drinking water source.
DWC drinking water criterion
GSI       groundwater surface water interface
ID        Insufficient data to develop criterion.
NA        not available




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         Attachment C
Resolutions Approving the Brownfield Plan
              Amendment
 Attachment D
Reimbursement Agreement
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 5/25/21                      Title: Final PUD for 151 N Causeway

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                            Department: Planning

Brief Summary: Request for final Planned Unit Development approval at 151 N Causeway for the
redevelopment of the former power plant site for new bulk materials storage for shipping, by
Verplank Family Holding Company.




Detailed Summary: The plans include a new 10,000 sf storage/office building. Please see the
enclosed site plan.

Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the final Planned Unit Development approval at 151 N
Causeway for the redevelopment of the former power plant site for new bulk materials storage for
shipping, with the following conditions:
   1. The raised drain field must not impede drainage from the bike path or impact the use of that
      facility in any way.
   2. There must be at least two foot of clearance along the edge of the paved trail, free of any
      obstructions.
   3. The applicant must also receive a stormwater permit from the Muskegon County Drain
      Commissioners office.

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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                    PLANNING COMMISSION STAFF REPORT EXCERPT
                                              May 13, 2021


Hearing, Case 2021-10: Request for Final Planned Unit Development approval at 151 N Causeway for
the redevelopment of the former power plant site for new bulk materials storage for shipping, by Verplank
Family Holding Company.

SUMMARY

   1. The property is zoned Waterfront Industrial PUD (WI-PUD). Please see the enclosed ordinance,
      which states that the intent of this district is to require planned unit developments for all projects
      to ensure a mix of port uses that enhances the industrial economic base of the city.
   2. The project is located at the former Consumers Energy power plant.
   3. The applicant is proposing to construct a new 10,000 sf bulk materials storage building for shipping
      operations.
   4. The master plan indicates that all shipping activities should be moved to the east end of the lake.
   5. The development will occur within 500 feet of the lake, so the applicant is required to obtain a
      stormwater permit from the Muskegon County Drain Commissioners office. The applicant has
      already applied for the permit, but has not received an answer yet.
   6. The Public Works Director has indicated that the drain filed location is directly adjacent to the
      bike path. The raised drain field must not impede drainage from the bike path or impact the use
      of that facility in any way. In addition to any potential drainage impacts we need to maintain at
      least two foot of clearance along the edge of the paved trail, free of any obstructions.
   7. Notice was sent to applicants within 300 feet of the property. At the time of this writing, staff had
      not received any comments from the public.
                                              Zoning Map
                                       CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                       RESOLUTION #2021-
          RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE FINAL PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT FOR
                                 151 N CAUSEWAY


WHEREAS, a petition to amend the Planned Unit Development at 151 N Causeway has been received; and,

WHEREAS, proper notice was given by mail and publication and public hearings were held by the City
Planning Commission and by the City Commission to consider said petition, during which all interested persons
were given an opportunity to be heard in accordance with provisions of the Zoning Ordinance and State Law;
and

WHEREAS, the Planning Commission and staff have recommended approval of the Final Planned Unit
Development and associated site plan with the following conditions: 1) The raised drain field must not impede
drainage from the bike path or impact the use of that facility in any way. 2) There must be at least two
foot of clearance along the edge of the paved trail, free of any obstructions. 3) The applicant must also
receive a stormwater permit from the Muskegon County Drain Commissioners office. Any variation from
the site plan in terms building placement is acceptable as long as it meets the underlying zoning
requirements; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the recommendation by staff and the Planning Commission be
accepted and the amendment to the final Planned Unit Development is hereby approved.

Adopted this 25th day of 2021

       Ayes:

       Nays:

       Absent:

                                              By:
                                                    Stephen J. Gawron
                                                    Mayor

                                              Attest:
                                                        Ann Meisch
                                                        Clerk, City of Muskegon
                                             CERTIFICATE
                                    (Final PUD at 600 151 N Causeway)

         The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan,
does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the City
Commission of the City of Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the City Commission on the 25th day of January,
2021, at which meeting a quorum was present and remained throughout, and that the original of said ordinance
is on file in the records of the City of Muskegon. I further certify that the meeting was conducted and public
notice was given pursuant to and in full compliance with Act No. 267, Public Acts of Michigan of 1976, as
amended, and that minutes were kept and will be or have been made available as required thereby.

DATED: ___________________, 2021.              _______________________________________
                                               Ann Meisch
                                               Clerk, City of Muskegon
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               VERPLANK PORT FACILITY, LLC
      ORDINARY HIGH WATER OR WETLAND                                                                                  S PA
                   75 FEET (PRINCIPLE STRUCTURES ONLY)                                                  MOS
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                                                                                                                                                        FILE NUMBER 215199, DRAWING NUMBER SG-22396
 NOTE, SETBACK MEASUREMENT: ALL REQURED SETBACKS SHALL BE                                                                                               SHEETS 1 THROUGH 4, REVISION G DATED 04/12/2017




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 49445
 MEASURED FROM THE RIGHT-OF-WAY LINE TO THE NEAREST POINT
 OF THE DETERMINED DRIP LINE OF BUILDINGS
                                                            MUSKEGON LAKE
 MAXIMUM LOT COVERAGE:                                                         SITE
     BUILDING: 75%
     PAVEMENT:25%                                                              LOCATION
                                                                                                                                                                                         TOPOGRAPHIC




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    151 N CAUSEWAY
 HEIGHT LIMIT:




                                                                                                                                                US-31
     3 STORIES OR 50 FEET                                                                                                                                                               SURVEY LEGEND
                                                                                                      MARQUETTE AVENUE                                                            -- Section Corner              E   -- Electric Meter

                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Found Survey Marker     CO      -- Sanitary Cleanout

                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Set Survey Marker               -- Culvert

                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Control Point                   -- Hydrant




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Plans are preliminary & incomplete until ISSUED FOR CONSTRUCTION.
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                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Utility Pole                    -- Gas Valve
                                                                                                                                                                                                             WV
                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Light Pole                      -- Water Valve

                                                                            LOCATION MAP NOT TO SCALE                                                                             -- Guy Anchor                      -- Gas Line Marker

                                                                                                                                                                             FP   -- Flag Pole                       -- Fiberoptic Line Marker




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            Issued for:
                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Post                            -- Water Line Marker

                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Sign                            -- Deciduous Tree




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      04/16/2021 ISSUED FOR BID
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            04/12/2021 PROGRESS SET
                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Monitor Well                    -- Coniferous Tree




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              PRELIMINARY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Description
                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Soil Boring                     -- Bush
                                                                                                                                                                             S    -- Sanitary Manhole                -- Tree Stump
                                                                                                                                                                             T    -- Telephne Manhole                 -- Wetland (per aerial survey,




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              21/03/23
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         not delineated in field)
                                                                                                                                                                             E    -- Electric Manhole




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Date
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- Concrete
                                                                                                                                                                             W    -- Water manhole
               DESCRIPTION                                                                                                                                                        -- Unknown Manhole                  -- Gravel
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Project Manager
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                RYAN T. YSSELDYKE, P.E.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Vertical Datum                                                                                  Horz. Datum
                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Round Catchbasin                                                                                                                                                         MI. ST. PL. C. S.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                NAVD88                                                                                        SOUTH ZONE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- Asphalt
                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Square Catchbasin                                                         Drawn by

  FOR BOUNDARY DESCRIPTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      MARK BROOKHOUSE
                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Curb Catchbasin                  -- Drainfield                            Checked by                                                                                              Date
  SEE WILLIAMS AND WORKS ALTA/ACSM SURVEY
  FILE NUMBER 215199, DRAWING NUMBER SG-22396
                                                                                                                                                                             T    -- Telephone Pedestal                                                         Survey                                       N/A                                                       N/A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- Building
  SHEETS 1 THROUGH 4, REVISION G DATED 04/12/2017                                                                                                                            E    -- Electric Box                                                               Civil                                        .                                                         .
                                                                                                            R
                                                                                                                                                                             U    -- Utility Box (unknown)                                                      Struc.                                       .                                                         .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- Proposed Easement (as noted)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                L. A.                                        .                                                         .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               HEI Project Number
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- Proposed Access Easement
                                                                                             Know what's below.                                                                                                                                                                        21-02-036A
                                                                                               Callbefore you dig.                                                                                                    -- Approx. Ordinary High Water Mark      Sheet Title
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (Elevation 581.5', IGLD1985)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         (581.9', NAVD88)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    COVER
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- 138 kV Line                                                                SHEET
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- 46 kV Line
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               Sheet No.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  G-100A
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      -- CE Property Line
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            APPROX. LOCATION OF
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            CENTERLINE OF SEWER




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           PROVIDED) L.1044 P.774




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    549 Ottawa Ave NW Grand Rapids, MI 49503
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    616.224.1500 phone http://williams-works.com
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              FOUND IRON PIPE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              CENTER, SECTION 17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              T10N, R16W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  EASEMENT RESERVATION AREA #1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 EXISTING & FUTURE ELECTRIC LINES,                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     LEGEND
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    UTILITY LINES, GAS PIPELINES,
                                                                                                           M.E.T.C. EASEMENTIO FOR STEEL




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              S4
                                                                                                                                 N LINE 100a,                                                                                                         COMMUNICATION LINES,
                                                                                                           TOWER TRANSMISS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         -- Section Corner              E   -- Electric Meter




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Found Survey Marker        CO   -- Sanitary Cleanout




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                                                                                                                               = 350.04'




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                4
                                                                                                           RAD = 204.49' LEN                                                                                                                                                                                                            RIGHT-OF-WAY                                            '                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  -- Set Survey Marker               -- Culvert
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               1
                                                                                                           CHORD
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Control Point                   -- Hydrant

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Utility Pole                    -- Gas Valve

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Light Pole                      -- Water Valve

                                                                           N08°19'57"E                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             -- Guy Anchor                      -- Gas Line Marker
                                                                           16.85'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              FP   -- Flag Pole                       -- Fiberoptic Line Marker

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Post                            -- Water Line Marker
                                                                                                 33.5'
                                                                                                 GATE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Sign                            -- Deciduous Tree
                                                                   N86°31'17"E 37.21'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Monitor Well                    -- Coniferous Tree
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Soil Boring                     -- Bush




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              PAINTSTRIPE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              NO PARKING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Sanitary Manhole                -- Tree Stump
                                                                                                                                    COBB SUBSTATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Telephne Manhole                 -- Wetland (per aerial survey,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          not delineated in field)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Electric Manhole
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       -- Concrete
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Water manhole
                                                                                                                                                             STEEL
                                                                                                                                 M.E.T.C. EASEMENT FOR E 100a,                                                                                                                                                                                                    STEPS
                                                                                                                                         TRAN SM  ISS ION  LIN
                                                                                                                                 TOWER                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             -- Unknown Manhole
                                                                                                                                                           SF-19224                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    -- Gravel
                                                                                                                                 SHOWN PER C.E. DWG.
                                                                                                                                      ER 34 13 , PA GE  1.
                                                                                                                                 & LIB                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             -- Round Catchbasin
      LADDER                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           -- Asphalt
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Square Catchbasin
                                                                                                                                              EASEMENT RESERVATION AREA #2
                                                                                                                                               EXISTING & FUTURE SUBSTATION,
               N02°54'03"W 593.72'




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   -- Curb Catchbasin                  -- Drainfield
                                                                                                                                             ELECTRIC LINES, UTILITY LINES, GAS
                                                                                                                                             PIPELINES, COMMUNICATION LINES,
                                          OVERHEAD PIPES




                                                                                                                                                INGRESS/ EGRESS, GRADING, &
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              T    -- Telephone Pedestal
                                                                                                                                                          DRAINAGE                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     -- Building
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              E    -- Electric Box
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              U    -- Utility Box (unknown)            -- Approx. Ordinary High Water Mark
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (Elevation 581.5', IGLD1985)
                                                    CATWALK




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      UNRECORDED LEASE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (581.9', NAVD88)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      RIGHTS OF INGRESS/EGRESS                                                                                                                                                                         -- 138 kV Line
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      LEGAL DESCRIPTION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      GRANTED TO VERPLANK DOCK CO.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      DOC. # MI00000000725 & B.C.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      COBB EMPLOYEES' CLUB
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       -- 46 kV Line
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      That part of Section 17, Township 10 North, Range 16 West,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Muskegon County, Michigan, described as:                                                         -- CE Property Line
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    ±20.9'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Commencing at a rebar found at the South 1/4 corner of said




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN
                             LADDER




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    HIGH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Section 17; thence North 02°35'44" East 2658.13 feet along
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      the North-South 1/4 line of said Section 17 to an iron pipe




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      PART OF THE W 1/2 OF SECTION 17 T10N, R16W
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      found at the center of said Section; thence North 02°36'12"
                                                                                         A/C                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          East 250.63 feet along said North-South 1/4 line; thence North
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      87°23'48" West 1887.21 feet to a point on the Southwesterly
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        TANK                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          right-of-way line of M-120 (650' wide) for THE PLACE OF
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        PIPE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      BEGINNING OF THIS DESCRIPTION; thence South 40°26'45"
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      East 964.46 feet along said right-of-way line to a point on the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      580                                             Westerly right-of-way line of CSX Railroad (100' wide); thence




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 FORSITE DEVELOPMENT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      South 13°05'15" West 919.33 feet along said right-of-way
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ±174' HIGH                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    line; thence North 59°28'13" West 486.83 feet to a point
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OVERHEAD                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      known as "POINT A"; thence continuing North 59°28'13" West
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        STRUCTURE                                                                                                                   ±22.9'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    HIGH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ±24 feet to the water's edge of an Intake Channel; thence




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         N02°35'44"E 2658.13'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         VENT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   ±20.9'                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Northerly, Westerly, and Southwesterly ±1000 feet along the




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      MAP OF SURVEY OF



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   AS PREPARED FOR
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   HIGH                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               perimeter of said Intake Channel; thence North 30°18'08" West
                                                                                                                                                                                                                         PIPE                         HOPPER                              ±650'                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ±29 feet to a point known as "POINT B"; thence North
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        SMOKESTACK
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      30°18'08" West 118.81 feet; thence North 02°54'03" West
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      593.72 feet; thence North 86°31'17" East 37.21 feet;
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    GAS                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               thence North 08°19'57" East 16.85 feet; thence Northerly and
                                                              OVERHEAD CONVEYOR                                                                                                                                     PIPING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      Easterly 350.04 feet along a 204.49 foot radius curve to the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      right, chord bearing and distance North 53°47'40" East,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      308.84 feet; thence North 59°21'25" East 492.01 feet to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            EASEMENT FOR PUBLIC                                                                                                                                                                                                       the place of beginning.
                                                                             OVERHEAD PIPES                                                                                         N73
                                                                                                                                                                                       °15'2
                                      N3 118




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            PATHWAY L.4132 P.32
                                                                CATWALK                                                                                                                     4"W
                                                                                                                                                                                                575
                                        0°1 .81




                                                                                                      7'                                                                                           .00'          GATE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      The Intermediate Traverse Line for the Intake Channel is
                                                                                                   8.7
                                           8'0 '




                                                                                                 23                                                                                                              VALVES                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               described as follows: Commencing at aforedescribed "POINT A";
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                                                                                S5                                                                                                                                                                                                                          DRAIN PIPES                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               238.77 feet to "POINT B" for the place of ending of this
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                EASEMENT RESERVATION AREA #1                                                                                                                                                                                          Intermediate Traverse Line.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   That part of Sections 17 & 18, Township 10 North, Range 16 West, Muskegon County, Michigan, described as:
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Commencing at a rebar found at the South 1/4 corner of said Section 17; thence North 02°35'44" East 2658.13 feet along the North-South 1/4 line of said Section 17
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  to an iron pipe found at the center of said Section; thence North 02°36'12" East 250.63 feet along said North-South 1/4 line; thence North 87°23'48" West 1887.21




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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Westerly right-of-way line of CSX Railroad (100' wide); thence South 13°05'15" West 919.33 feet along said right-of-way line; thence North 59°28'13" West 486.83
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  for THE PLACE OF BEGINNING OF THIS DESCRIPTION; thence South 30°18'08" East ±29 feet to the water's edge of an Intake Channel; thence Southwesterly ±1680
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  feet along the perimeter of said Intake Channel to the shoreline of Muskegon Lake; thence Northerly, Northeasterly, Southwesterly, and Northwesterly ±4100 feet along
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  said shoreline to the centerline of Cedar Creek; thence Northeasterly ±230 feet along said Creek centerline; thence South 82°37'29" East ±320 feet to a point known
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  as "POINT G"; thence continuing South 82°37'29" East 466.38 feet; thence South 83°23'31" East 340.84 feet; thence South 83°23'31" East 108.40 feet; thence
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  South 65°15'09" East 109.14 feet; thence South 37°56'32" East 161.52 feet; thence South 26°42'34" East 356.38 feet; thence South 35°19'24" East 279.43
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  feet; thence North 62°52'23" East 91.17 feet; thence North 13°17'50" West 81.07 feet; thence North 86°31'17" East 30.35 feet; thence South 02°54'03" East
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  593.72 feet; thence South 30°18'08" East 118.81 feet to the place of beginning.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   E                              The Intermediate Traverse Line for the Intake Channel, Muskegon Lake, and Cedar Creek is described as: Commencing at aforedescribed "POINT B"; thence South                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  S1/4 CORNER
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