City Commission Packet 06-22-2021

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      C I TY OF M US K EG O N
        CITY COMMISSION MEETING
              JUNE 22, 2021 @ 5:30 P.M.
     MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS
    933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, MI 49440
                REMOTE MEETING


                                    AGENDA

□      CALL TO ORDER:
□      ROLL CALL:
□      HONORS/AWARDS/PRESENTATIONS:
□      PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:
□      CONSENT AGENDA:
    A. Approval of Minutes        City Clerk
    B. Irish Flag at Hackley Park       City Clerk
    C. Community Relations Committee Recommendations                 City Clerk
    D. Sale – 243 Monroe Avenue         Planning
    E. MDOT Agreement for Musketawa Trail Connector Public Works
    F. City of Muskegon/Muskegon Public Schools Cost Sharing Agreement
       Public Works
    G. Traffic Control Order – Isabella & Oak Grove            Traffic/Engineering
    H. Traffic Control Order – 2-Hour Parking            Traffic/Engineering
    I. Michigan & Franklin Change Order #002             Public Works
    J. Peck Street Change Order #002            Public Works
    K. Equipment Purchase – Hoist       DPW/Equipment
    L. Fire Barn Museum Exhibit         Public Safety
    M. Request for Approvals – AgeWell Services          CNS
    N. Assessing Contract – Muskegon County              City Manager
    O. 4th Quarter Budget Reforecast Finance
    P. 1747 7th Street Rezoning Planning

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□      PUBLIC HEARINGS:
    A. Drinking Water Project Plan                Public Works
    B. Harbor 31 Viridian Shores Housing Development Neighborhood Enterprise
       Zone Hearing on Resolution     Economic Development
□      UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
□      NEW BUSINESS:
    A. Alley Vacation – Holbrook/Huizenga Planning
    B. Amendment to Harbour Towne PUD                      Planning
    C. YEP Partnership           Public Works
    D. Special Event Fee Waiver – Rebel Road                         Public Works
    E. Special Event Fee Waiver – Health West                        Public Works
    F. Muskegon Social Equity Program Grants                         Planning
□      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.
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►      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:
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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 8, 2021               Title: Approval of Minutes

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

Brief Summary: To approve the minutes of the June 7, 2021 Worksession and the June 8, 2021
Regular 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.




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Commission Action:
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON
                          CITY COMMISSION WORKSESSION

                                   Monday, June 7, 2021
                                        5:30 p.m.
                                   REMOTE MEETING



                                         MINUTES

2021-54

Present: Mayor Gawron (Muskegon, MI), Vice Mayor Hood (Muskegon, MI),
Commissioners Rinsema-Sybenga (Muskegon, MI), Emory (Muskegon, MI), Johnson
(Muskegon, MI), Ramsey (Muskegon, MI), and German (Muskegon, MI)


Access for All – CNS Department
A new program for the City of Muskegon called “Access for All,” a training program that
places people who successfully complete the program into apprenticeships with the
trades. We have a potential opportunity to bring this program to Muskegon, but I would
require funding from multiple sources to make it viable for now and for the long term.
Potential success for All who are interested in having Access to trade positions to be a
strong catalyst for job creation for youths in our Muskegon Country.

Currently, this program is showing success on the east side of the state through a
variety of funding resources: Ford Foundation, Kresge Foundation and Untied Way of
Southeast Michigan.

This could be an annual allocation but the first class will begin in the fall of 2022 but the
selection of attendees will take place this fall/winter. Classes consist of 25 verified high
school students or youth 18-22 years of age seeking opportunity for higher education in
several building Trades: Excavation, Electrical, Plumbing, Mechanical, and Building.

Discussion took place regarding Access for All with information being presented by
Oneata Bailey, Community and Neighborhood Services Director. The Commission looks
forward to seeing progress with this initiative.

Transmittal of 2021-2022 Proposed Budget

        Recommended-FY2021-22-Budget-Mtg-5-25-21.pdf (muskegon-mi.gov)
At this time staff is transmitting to the City Commission the proposed budget for fiscal
year 2021-22 which starts July 1, 2021. An electronic version of the budget has been
distributed to Commissioners. Additionally, the budget is available for inspection on the
City’s website and at the City Clerk’s office.

An overview of the proposed budget was reviewed at the May 25, 2021 regular
Commission meeting and Commissioners were encouraged to send their questions to
the finance department in the weeks between then and now. The June 7, 2021 work
session is an opportunity for further discussion and inquiry. A public hearing on the
budget will be held at the regular Commission meeting on June 8, 2021. City ordinance
requires that the budget be adopted by the Commission on or before the second
Commission meeting in June.

Discussion took place, there will be a public hearing on the budget at the June 8, 2021
regular meeting. The Commission may adopt the budget at the next meeting (June 8,
2021) or at the June 22, 2021 meeting. The budget must be adopted on or before June
25, 2021 according to state law.

GARE Presentation – LeighAnn Mikesell
Staff will present information on the Government Alliance on Race and Equity and our
participation in the Ottawa County learning Community of Practice.

The Government Alliance on Race and Equity is a national network of government
working to achieve racial equity and advance opportunities for all. We know that racial
inequities exist across all indicators for success, and government played a central role
in the creation and maintenance of racial inequity. GARE was developed to help
governments be intentional, to strategically intervene with the goal of transforming our
society.
Ottawa County has invited us to participate in a learning community of practice where
we commit to achieving racial equity through the power of our institution and work in
partnership with other communities.

No public comments were received.

The City Commission Worksession meeting adjourned at 7:12 p.m.

                                         Respectfully Submitted,



                                         Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk
     C I TY OF M US K EG O N
        CITY COMMISSION MEETING
               JUNE 8, 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, June 8, 2021.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
Present:    Mayor Stephen J. Gawron (Muskegon, MI), Vice Mayor Eric Hood
(Muskegon, MI), Commissioners Ken Johnson – arrived at 5:33 p.m. (Muskegon,
MI), Dan Rinsema-Sybenga (Muskegon, MI), Willie German, Jr. (Muskegon, MI),
Teresa Emory (Muskegon, MI), and Michael Ramsey (Muskegon, MI), City
Manager Frank Peterson, City Attorney John Schrier, and City Clerk Ann Meisch.
PUBLIC COMMENT ON AN AGENDA ITEM:               No public comments were received.
2021-55      CONSENT AGENDA:
   A. Approval of Minutes        City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the May 25, 2021 Regular
Meeting.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the minutes.
   B. Lakeshore Art Festival Grant      City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City of Muskegon is in the process of pursuant a
grant from the Michigan Council for Art and Cultural Affairs (MCACA) in the
amount of $25,000 to support the 2022 Lakeshore Art Festival. Grant funds will
support artists’ fees (performers and artists), art supplies for the interactive art
activities, and marketing efforts to attract a diverse audience. Per the grant
requirements, the funs will be matched 1:1 from the Festival budget through
sponsorship dollars.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To approve the submission of the grant


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application to MCACA.
   D. 9th Street – Engineering Services Agreement Amendment #001
      Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval of Amendment #001 to the
Engineering Services Agreement with Fleis & VandenBrink related to the
engineering services provided on the 9th Street sewer upgrade project.
Staff is requesting approval of an amendment to the Engineering Services
Agreement with Fleis & VandenBrink in the amount of $39,736.50. This request is
due to a number of changed conditions and additional work that staff
requested of F & V above and beyond the original scope of work. The original
ESA was signed in 2018 in the amount of $203,520.
The amendment covers additional work required by staff and various other
agencies to obtain additional survey and permits that were not fully anticipated
within the original project proposal. Additionally, several items of work became
more complex between the original estimate and the final construction resulting
in additional construction inspection time required to complete the oversight.
The project as a whole was originally budgeted for $2,217,530 which included a
construction contract value of $1,878,869.50 plus engineering and other
expenses as well as a 6% ($125,520.57) contingency. The project construction
contract finished at $1,913,824.24, leaving a remaining contingency of
$90,565.83. With the proposed adjustment to the ESA the project is still below the
overall target budget.
Staff is recommending approval of the Engineering Services Agreement
Amendment.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:          $39,736.50
AMOUNT BUDGETED:           $90,565.83 = Remaining Contingency
FUND OR ACCOUNT:           590-91852
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Authorize staff to approve Amendment #001 in
the amount of $39,736.50 to the Engineering Services Agreement with Fleis &
VandenBrink.
   G. Musketawa Trail Streetlight Locations               Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking authorization to relocate seven (7)
streetlights within the Port City Industrial Park to facilitate construction of the
Musketawa Trail Connector Project.
Final design and alignment of the Musketawa Trail Connector project required
relocation of several streetlights along Black Creek Drive, Latimer Drive and Port
City Boulevard within the Industrial Park. The work is done by Consumers Energy
through contract, however the cost of the relocations is the city’s responsibility.

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Funding for this request is included in the proposed budget for project number
202-99118-5346 within the 21/22 fiscal year.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $35,048.00          AMOUNT BUDGETED:          $650,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         202-99118
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Authorize staff to contract with Consumers
Energy in the amount of $35,048 for the relocation of the streetlights along Black
Creek Drive, Latimer Drive and Port City Boulevard as necessary for the
construction of the Musketawa Trail Connector.
Motion by Commissioner Johnson, second by Commissioner Ramsey, to
approve the consent agenda as presented, minus item C, E, and F.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood,
           and Ramsey
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-56     REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA:
   C. Lakeside 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 Muskegon Lakeside Social District.
With the establishment of the Muskegon Lakeside 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 resolution is
for Wonderland Distilling Co., 1989 Lakeshore Drive Suite B and Lakeside Food
and Spirits, Inc, dba Marine Tap Room, 1983 Lakeshore Drive. Both are seeking a
Social District permit from the state and seeking City Commission recommended
approval. The lakeside Social District plan contains up to five 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
Muskegon Lakeside Social District and to direct the City Clerk to certify the City
Commission action with MLCC.
Motion by Commissioner Emory, second by Commissioner Johnson, to approve
the resolution recommending Michigan Liquor Control Commission approval of
Social District permits in the Muskegon Lakeside Social District and to direct the
City Clerk to certify the City Commission action with MLCC.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey,

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            and German
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   E. McCrea Field Basketball Court          Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking authorization to award a contract in the
amount of $43,265.00 to Ryerson Brothers Excavating for removal and
replacement of the existing basketball court at McCrea Field.
Staff solicited bids for replacement of the McCrea Field basketball court via an
RFP process. The low bidder was Ryerson Brothers Excavating. Staff is further
recommending that we accept the alternate bid presented for the colored
concrete court.
The proposed court will be constructed of concrete, similar to the courts at
Seyferth Park, the alternate bidding process will utilize several different
colorations of concrete to contract the out-of-bounds, three point, and foul line
areas which will require less maintenance to maintain as opposed to paint in the
long run.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $43,265.00   AMOUNT BUDGETED:              $50,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         101-70751    (With CDBG Reimbursement)
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Authorize staff to contract with Ryerson Brothers
Excavating in the amount of $43,265.00 for the construction of a new basketball
court at McCrea Field.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to authorize staff to contract with Ryerson Brothers Excavating in the amount of
$43,265.00 for the construction of a new basketball court at McCrea Field.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, and
           Rinsema-Sybenga
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   F. Filtration Plant Communications Tower            Public Works – Filtration
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorize staff to award the contract for procurement
of the communications tower at the Water Filtration Plant.
The City Commission approved the purchase of the Water Filtration Plant
Communication Tower at its meeting on February 9, 2021. The original quote for
tower materials was $84,618.00, and staff requested a total of $93,079.80 (an
additional 10%) to account for any fluctuations in material pricing and shipping.
The project manager (Maralat Communications) recommended to not
purchase the tower until all regulatory requirements were completed.

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Unfortunately, this process took longer than anticipated. The process is now
complete, and staff is ready to purchase the tower.
Staff received an updated quote from Valmont Industries for $94,050.00. Since
this is $970.20 more than approved in February, staff is requesting the approval
of the purchase of the communications tower for the updated amount.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $94,050.00   AMOUNT BUDGETED:         $300,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         591-92034-5346
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Authorize staff to approve the contract with
Valmont Industries for the procurement of the communications tower in the
amount of $94,050.00
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to authorize staff to approve the contract with Valmont Industries for the
procurement of the communications tower in the amount of $94,050.00
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-
           Sybenga, and Emory
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-57     PUBLIC HEARINGS:
   A. Transmittal of 2021-2022 Proposed Budget Finance
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At this time, staff is transmitting to the City Commission
the proposed budget for fiscal year 2021-22 which starts July 1, 2021. Electronic
versions of the budget have been distributed to Commissioners. Additionally, the
budget is available for inspection on the City’s website and at the City Clerk’s
office.
An overview of the proposed budget was reviewed at the May 25, 2021 regular
Commission meeting and Commissioners were encouraged to send their
questions to the finance department in the weeks between then and now. The
June 7, 2021 work session presented an opportunity for further discussion and
inquiry. A public hearing on the budget is being held at the regular Commission
meeting on June 8, 2021. City ordinance requires that the budget be adopted
by the Commission on or before the second Commission meeting in June.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Approval of the proposed budget for fiscal year
2021-22.
      Recommended-FY2021-22-Budget-Mtg-5-25-21.pdf (muskegon-mi.gov)

PUBLIC HEARING COMMENCED:             No public comments were received.
Motion by Vice Mayor Hood, second by Commissioner Ramsey, to close the
public hearing and approve the proposed budget for fiscal year 2021-22.

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ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory,
           and Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-58     NEW BUSINESS:
   A. Mercy Health Arena Roof Lease          Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking authorization to enter into a lease
agreement with New Energy Equity to install a solar array on the roof of the
Mercy health Arena.
This topic was previously discussed at the July 2020 work session meeting, and
again at a meeting in April 27th to recommend a property tax exemption for the
site.
Staff has worked with Charthouse Energy and New Energy Equity, along with
separate expert legal counsel from Miller, Canfield, Paddock and Stone to
prepare the necessary documents to facilitate the installation and operation of
a solar array on the roof of the Mercy Health Arena. This installation as designed
should recognize substantial energy savings over the life of the system.
This document allows for the lease of the roof space to New Energy Equity and
have been reviewed and accepted by city retained legal counsel to be in the
best interest of the city.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Approve the Rooftop System Site Lease
Agreement and authorize the City Manager to sign the agreement contingent
upon approval of the personal property tax exemption by the state tax
commission.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to
approve the Rooftop System Site Lease Agreement and authorize the City
Manager to sign the agreement contingent upon approval of the personal
property tax exemption by the state tax commission.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson,
           and Gawron
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   B. Mercy Health Arena Power Purchase Agreement Public Works
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking authorization to enter into a Power
Purchase Agreement with New Energy Equity to install a solar array on the roof
of the Mercy Health Arena.
This topic was previously discussed at the July 2020 work session meeting, and

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again at a meeting on April 27, 2021 to recommend a property tax exemption
for the site.
Staff has worked with Charthouse Energy and New Energy Equity, along with
separate expert legal counsel from Miller Canfield, Paddock and Stone to
prepare the necessary documents to facilitate the installation and operation of
a solar array on the roof of the Mercy health Arena. The installation as designed
should recognize substantial energy savings over the life of the system.
This document outlines the policies and rates the City will pay to purchase the
generated solar power.
There are no up-front costs to the city related to the installation of the solar
array.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         Approve the Power Purchase Agreement and
authorize the City Manager to sign the agreement contingent upon approval of
the personal property tax exemption by the state tax commission.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to
approve the Power Purchase Agreement and authorize the City Manager to sign
the agreement contingent upon approval of the personal property tax
exemption by the state tax commission.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson,
           Gawron, and Hood
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
   C. Request for Proposal Approvals – YEP Programs        Community &
      Neighborhood Services
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: There is a request of proposal from sub-recipients to
provide funds to Youth Empowerment Project (YEP) for work and educational
experiences throughout the year. Bethan Housing Ministries dba Community
enCompass: YEP Program - $20,000.00
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $20,000      AMOUNT BUDGETED:           $20,000
FUND OR ACCOUNT:          CDBG – 2019
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:       To approve the Agreements with Bethany
Housing Ministries dba Community enCompass.
*Commissioner Ramsey disclosed a conflict of interest and did not vote on this
item. The City Charter requires a unanimous vote of the remaining members to
pass a motion where a conflict of interest is noted.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to
approve the Agreements with Bethany Housing Ministries dba Community


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enCompass.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, and
           Hood
           Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
PUBLIC COMMENT:         No public comments were received.
ADJOURNMENT:      The City Commission meeting adjourned at 6:30 p.m.


                                   Respectfully Submitted,




                                   Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk




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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                Title: Irish Flag at Hackley Park

Submitted By: Ann Meisch                              Department: City Clerk

Brief Summary: Michigan Irish is seeking permission to fly the Irish Flag under the U.S. Flag on
September 18, 2021 at Hackley Park when they hold their event “Hackley Hooley”.




Detailed Summary:




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 request to fly the Irish Flag at Hackley Park on September
18, 2021




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Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021              Title: Community Relations Committee
                                                    Recommendations

Submitted By: Ann Marie Meisch                      Department: Clerk

Brief Summary: To accept the resignation of a member from the Historic District Commission.

Detailed Summary: To accept the resignation of a member of the Historic District Commission as
follows:
-Resignation-Karen Panozzo-Historic District Commission-Term Expires 01/31/2022



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 concur with the recommendation of the Community Relations
Committee and approve the resignation of Karen Panozzo from the Historic District Commission.

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Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                Title: Sale – 243 Monroe Ave.

Submitted By: Hope Griffith                           Department: Planning Department

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the City-owned home at 243 Monroe Ave.
to Phillip McPherson & Richard Vanderputte-McPherson.

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 243 Monroe Ave.
be sold to Phillip McPherson & Richard Vanderputte-McPherson at a cost of $182,900.




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 243 Monroe Ave,
as described in the attached purchase agreement and to have the Mayor and Clerk sign the deed.



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                                                         WEST MICHIGAN REGIONAL PURCHASE AGREEMENT
                                                                                                                                                               #          PA-243
         DATE:                         05/21/2021                    ,                       (time)                                           MLS #      71021016988

         SELLING OFFICE:                    Keller Williams Lakeshore            BROKER LIC.#:        6505353908           REALTOR® PHONE:                616-403-5109

         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:                                Bradley Fuzak                 Email:         brad@fuzakgroup.com             Lic.#:            6506046664

             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)
                                                                         243 Monroe Ave ave, 243, Muskegon, MI 49441
             with the following legal description and tax parcel ID numbers:
             Unit 243, Midtown 2 Condominium, a Condominium according to the Master Deed recorded in Liber 4242, Page 355, as amended, in the Office of
              the Muskegon County Register of Deeds, and designated as Muskegon County Condominium Subdivision Plan No. 214, together with rights in
                                general common elements and limited common elements as set forth in said Master Deed, and amended
             PP#                                                                         24205379000330                                                                               .
           The following paragraph applies only if the Premises include unplatted land:
           Seller agrees to grant Buyer at closing the right to make (insert number)                     division(s) under Section 108(2), (3), and
           (4) of the Michigan Land Division Act. (If no number is inserted, the right to make divisions under the sections referenced above stays
           with any remainder of the parent parcel retained by Seller. If a number is inserted, Seller retains all available divisions in excess of the
           number stated; however, Seller and/or REALTOR® do not warrant that the number of divisions stated is actually available.) If this sale
           will create a new division, Seller’s obligations under this Agreement are contingent on Seller’s receipt of municipal approval on or
           before                                  , of the proposed division to create the Premises.
        6. Purchase Price: Buyer offers to buy the Property for the sum of $                182,900.00
                                                  one hundred eighty-two thousand nine hundred                                             U.S. Dollars
        7. Seller Concessions, if any:

        8. Terms: The Terms of Purchase will be as indicated by “X” below: (Other unmarked terms of purchase do not apply.)
           SOURCE OF FUNDS TO CLOSE: Buyer represents that the funds necessary to close this transaction on the terms specified below
           are currently available to Buyer in cash or an equally liquid equivalent.
             If the Property’s value stated in an appraisal obtained by Buyer or Buyer’s lender is less than the Purchase Price, Buyer shall within
             three (3) days after receipt of the appraisal: 1) renegotiate with the Seller, 2) terminate the transaction, in which case Buyer shall
             receive a refund of Buyer’s Earnest Money Deposit, or 3) proceed to close the transaction at the agreed Purchase Price.
                   CASH. The full Purchase Price upon execution and delivery of Warranty Deed. Buyer Agrees to provide Buyer Agent/Dual Agent
                   verification of funds within five (5) days after the Effective Date, and consents to the disclosure of such information to Seller and/or
                   Seller’s Agent. If verification of funds is not received within 5 days after the Effective Date, Seller may terminate this Agreement
                   at any time before verification of funds is received by giving written notice to Buyer. Any appraisal required by Buyer shall be
                   arranged and paid for by Buyer within ten (10) days after the Effective Date of this Agreement.
                   NEW MORTGAGE. The full Purchase Price upon execution and delivery of Warranty Deed, contingent upon Buyer’s ability to
                   obtain a          Conventional          type        30       (year) mortgage in the amount of       95     % of the Purchase Price
                   bearing interest at a rate not to exceed        3.6     % 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                       11738 Apple Dr., Nunica, MI 49448
                                                         on or before              07/14/2021              . 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:
                                                                            All appliances as viewed on 5/21/21.




              but does not include:


                                                    243 Monroe Ave ave, 243, Muskegon, MI 49441                                                 05/21/2021
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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:

         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:

        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
                       07/14/2021           . 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.


                                                    243 Monroe Ave ave, 243, Muskegon, MI 49441                                                 05/21/2021
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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                            5:00 PM                      (time) on
                         05/21/2021              (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 $                  2,000
            shall be submitted to                                     Keller Williams Realty                               (insert name of broker, title
            company, other) within 72 hours of the Effective Date of this Agreement, and shall be applied against the Purchase Price. If the Earnest
            Money Deposit is not received within 72 hours of the Effective Date or is returned for insufficient funds, Seller may terminate this
            Agreement until such time as the Earnest Money Deposit is received. If Seller terminates this Agreement under this provision, Seller
            waives any claim to the Earnest Money Deposit. If the sale is not closed due to a failure to satisfy a contingency for a reason other
            than the fault of Buyer, the Earnest Money Deposit shall be refunded to Buyer. If the sale is not closed as provided in this Agreement
            and Buyer and Seller do not agree to the disposition of the Earnest Money Deposit, then Buyer and Seller agree that the Broker holding
            the Earnest Money Deposit may notify Buyer and Seller, in writing, of Broker’s intended disposition of the Earnest Money Deposit. If
            Buyer and Seller do not object to such disposition in writing within fifteen (15) days after the date of Broker’s notice, they will be deemed
            to have agreed to Broker’s proposed disposition; if either Buyer or Seller object and no mutually agreeable disposition can be
            negotiated, Broker may deposit the funds by interpleader with a court of proper jurisdiction or await further actions by Buyer and Seller.
            In the event of litigation involving the deposit, in whole or in part, either the Seller or the Buyer that is not the prevailing party, as
            determined by the court, will reimburse the other for reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses incurred in connection with the litigation,
            and will reimburse the Broker for any reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses incurred in connection with any interpleader action
            instituted. If the entity holding the Earnest Money Deposit is not the Broker, then to the extent that the terms of any escrow agreement
            conflict with this paragraph, then the terms and conditions of the escrow agreement shall control.
        24. Professional Advice: Broker hereby advises Buyer and Seller to seek legal, tax, environmental and other appropriate professional
            advice relating to this transaction. Broker does not make any representations or warranties with respect to the advisability of, or the
            legal effect of this transaction. Buyer further acknowledges that REALTOR® above named in the Agreement hereby recommends to
            Buyer that an attorney be retained by Buyer to pass upon the marketability of the title and to ascertain that the required details of the
            sale are adhered to before the transaction is consummated. Buyer agrees that Buyer is not relying on any representation or statement
            made by Seller or any real estate salesperson (whether intentionally or negligently) regarding any aspect of the Property or this sale
            transaction, except as may be expressly set forth in this Agreement, a written amendment to this Agreement, or a disclosure statement
            separately signed by Seller.
        25. Disclosure of Information: Buyer and Seller acknowledge and agree that the Purchase Price, terms, and other details with respect
            to this transaction (when closed) are not confidential, will be disclosed to REALTORS® who participate in the applicable Multiple Listing
            Service, and may otherwise be used and/or published by that Multiple Listing Service in the ordinary course of its business.
        26. Other Provisions:
                     Buyer elects to upgrade countertops to granite, per review and acceptance of builder options and pricing.

                 Buyer to have exclusive right to purchase for 10 days from the date of this contract being fully executed, and a 48 hr. first
                   right of refusal thereafter, while they work to get their current property under contract with a buyer, per section "9.
                                                                        Contingencies".




         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.

                                                    243 Monroe Ave ave, 243, Muskegon, MI 49441                                                 05/21/2021
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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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                                                                                                              Phillip McPherson
              Buyer 1 Address                                                                             X                                               05/21/21 12:03 PM EDT
                                                                                                                                                          VL5W-U7QS-3MF0-OZMJ      Buyer
              Buyer 1 Phone: (Res.)                                 (Bus.)                                                      Phillip McPherson
                                                                                                                                      Philip McPherson
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              Buyer 2 Address                                                                             X Richard Vanderputte-McPherson                     05/21/21 12:49 PM
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              Buyer 2 Phone: (Res.)                                 (Bus.)                                                     Richard Vanderputte-McPherson
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        31. Seller’s Response: The above offer is approved:                     As written.       As written except:

              Buyer must use transnation tile.

              The seller is conveying by way of Covenant Deed and will only provide a Basic Owner’s Policy.




             Counteroffer, if any, expires              05/21/2021               , at        9pm          (time). Seller has the right to withdraw this
             counteroffer and to accept other offers until Seller or Seller’s Agent has received notice of Buyer’s acceptance.
        32. Certification of Previous Disclosure Statement: Seller certifies to Buyer that the Property is currently in the same condition as
            disclosed in the Seller’s Disclosure Statement dated                            (check one): Yes No. Seller agrees to inform Buyer
            in writing of any changes in the content of the disclosure statement prior to closing.
        33. Notice to Seller: Seller understands that consummation of the sale or transfer of the Property described in this Agreement will not
            relieve Seller of any liability that Seller may have under the mortgages to which the Property is subject, unless otherwise agreed to by
            the lender or required by law or regulation. Buyer and Seller are advised that a Notice to Seller & Buyer of Underlying Mortgage form
            is available from the respective agents via the West Michigan REALTOR® Boards.
       34. Listing Office Address:                                255 W Western Ave                                  Listing Broker License #                        6506015435
             Listing Agent Name:                              Mariana Murillo VanDam                                  Listing Agent License #

        35. Seller’s Approval and Acknowledgment: Seller approves the terms of this Agreement and acknowledges receipt of a copy. If Seller’s
            response occurs after Buyer’s offer expires, then Seller’s response is considered a counteroffer and Buyer’s acceptance is required
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            X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):
                                                Frank Peterson                                                                05/21/21 3:21 PM EDT
                                                                                                                              XC2X-GOWY-CI1M-6CEK

                                                Frank Peterson                                                    Is Seller a U.S. Citizen?       Yes        No*
                                Print name as you want it to appear on documents.

             X (Seller’s Signature, Date, Time):
                                                 Hope Griffith                                                    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.
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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22nd, 2021              Title: MDOT Agreement for Musketawa Trail
                                                      Connector

Submitted By: Leo Evans                               Department: Public Works

Brief Summary: Staff is requesting approval of the contract with MDOT for the construction of the
Musketawa Trail Connector and approval of the resolution authorizing the Mayor and Clerk to sign
the contract.

Detailed Summary: This is the standard contract governing projects that are constructed using
federal funds through MDOT. The estimated cost for the project construction is $518,6023.35 with
$181,024.00 of that being federal surface transportation funding, $315,000.00 being MDNR
Recreational Trails Funding and the remainder being funded through the Cities Major Street
Budget in the 21/22 Budget year.


Work on this trail is expected to commence in August and take approximately 8 weeks to
complete.

Amount Requested: $ 0                               Amount Budgeted: $ 0

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

Recommended Motion:
Approve the attached contract and resolution and authorize the mayor and clerk to sign both.

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 __________

RESOLUTION FOR APPROVAL OF A CONTRACT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY OF
MUSKEGON FOR HOT MIX ASPHALT, NON-MOTORIZED TRAIL
CONSTRUCTION ALONG BLACK CREEK ROAD, LATIMER ROAD AND PORT
CITY BOULEVARD FROM SOUTH OF OLTHOFF DRIVE TO KEATING AVENUE.

Moved by Commissioner ________________ and supported by Commissioner
______________ the following Resolution be adopted:

WHEREAS, entry by the City of Muskegon into Contract no. 21-5202 between the
Michigan Department of Transportation and the City of Muskegon for the
construction of a non-motorized trail to connect the Laketon Trail and the
Musketawa Trail within the City is in the best interests of the City of Muskegon.

RESOLVED, that entry by the City into Contract Agreement Number 21-5202 be and
the same is hereby authorized and approved and the Mayor and Clerk are
authorized to execute said contract for and on behalf of the City of Muskegon.



Adopted this 22nd day of June, 2021.

                                        BY

                                             Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor

                                        ATTEST

                                             Ann Meisch, City Clerk

                                CERTIFICATION

This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission, held on
June 22nd, 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, City Clerk
NRT, TAP                                                         DA
                                                   Control Section       NRT 61000
                                                   Job Number            208592CON
                                                   Project               21A0562
                                                   CFDA No.              20.205 (Highway
                                                                         Research Planning &
                                                                         Construction)
                                                   Contract No.          21-5202


                                           PART I


       THIS CONTRACT, consisting of PART I and PART II (Standard Agreement
Provisions), is made by and between the MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF
TRANSPORTATION, hereinafter referred to as the "DEPARTMENT"; and the CITY OF
MUSKEGON, a Michigan municipal corporation, hereinafter referred to as the "REQUESTING
PARTY"; for the purpose of fixing the rights and obligations of the parties in agreeing to the
following improvements, in Muskegon, Michigan, hereinafter referred to as the "PROJECT" and
estimated in detail on EXHIBIT "I", dated May 26, 2021, attached hereto and made a part hereof:

       PART A – FEDERAL PARTICIPATION
       Hot mix asphalt, non-motorized trail and timber boardwalk construction along Black
       Creek Road, Latimer Drive and Port City Boulevard from south of Olthoff Drive to
       Keating Avenue; and all together with necessary related work.

       PART B – NO FEDERAL PARTICIPATION
       Underground sprinkler system restoration along the limits as described in Part A; and all
       together with necessary related work.

       WITNESSETH:

       WHEREAS, pursuant to Federal law, monies have been provided for the performance of
transportation enhancement activities; and

        WHEREAS, it has been determined that the PROJECT qualifies for such funding by
virtue of its direct relationship with the intermodal transportation system; and

      WHEREAS, the reference "FHWA" in PART I and PART II refers to the United States
Department of Transportation, Federal Highway Administration; and

        WHEREAS, the PROJECT, or portions of the PROJECT, at the request of the
REQUESTING PARTY, are being programmed with the FHWA, for implementation with the
use of Federal Funds under the following Federal program(s) or funding:

                        RECREATIONAL TRAILS PROGRAM
                    TRANSPORTATION ALTERNATIVES PROGRAM
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        WHEREAS, the parties hereto have reached an understanding with each other regarding
the performance of the PROJECT work and desire to set forth this understanding in the form of a
written contract.

        NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the premises and of the mutual undertakings of
the parties and in conformity with applicable law, it is agreed:

        1.      The parties hereto shall undertake and complete the PROJECT in accordance with
the terms of this contract.

        2.     The term "PROJECT COST", as herein used, is hereby defined as the cost of the
physical construction necessary for the completion of the PROJECT, including any other costs
incurred by the DEPARTMENT as a result of this contract, except construction engineering and
inspection.

       No charges will be made by the DEPARTMENT to the PROJECT for any inspection
work or construction engineering.

       The costs incurred by the REQUESTING PARTY for preliminary engineering,
construction engineering, construction materials testing, inspection, and right-of-way are
excluded from the PROJECT COST as defined by this contract.

        The Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy (EGLE) has
informed the DEPARTMENT that it adopted new administrative rules (R 325.10101, et. seq.)
which prohibit any governmental agency from connecting and/or reconnecting lead and/or
galvanized service lines to existing and/or new water main. Questions regarding these
administrative rules should be directed to EGLE. The cost associated with replacement of any
lead and/or galvanized service lines, including but not limited to contractor claims, will be the
sole responsibility of the REQUESTING PARTY.

       3.      The DEPARTMENT is authorized by the REQUESTING PARTY to administer
on behalf of the REQUESTING PARTY all phases of the PROJECT including advertising and
awarding the construction contract for the PROJECT or portions of the PROJECT. Such
administration shall be in accordance with PART II, Section II of this contract.

      Any items of the PROJECT COST incurred by the DEPARTMENT may be charged to
the PROJECT.

       4.     The REQUESTING PARTY, under the terms of this contract, shall:

              A.      At no cost to the PROJECT

                      (1)    Design or cause to be designed the plans for the PROJECT.




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                     (2)     Appoint a project engineer who shall be in responsible charge of
                             the PROJECT and ensure that the plans and specifications are
                             followed.

                     (3)     Perform or cause to be performed the construction engineering,
                             construction materials testing, and inspection services necessary
                             for the completion of the PROJECT.

              B.     At least 10 days prior to any ceremony to be held in connection with the
                     PROJECT, notify the DEPARTMENT.

              C.     When issuing any news release or promotional material regarding the
                     PROJECT, give the DEPARTMENT and FHWA credit for participation
                     in the PROJECT and provide a copy of such material to the
                     DEPARTMENT.

        The REQUESTING PARTY will furnish the DEPARTMENT proposed timing
sequences for trunkline signals that, if any, are being made part of the improvement. No timing
adjustments shall be made by the REQUESTING PARTY at any trunkline intersection, without
prior issuances by the DEPARTMENT of Standard Traffic Signal Timing Permits.

       5.     The PROJECT COST shall be met in accordance with the following:

              PART A
              The PART A portion of the PROJECT COST shall be met in part by contributions
              by the Federal Government. Federal Recreational Trails Program Funds in
              combination with Federal Transportation Alternatives Program Funds shall be
              applied to the eligible items of the PROJECT COST up to the lesser of: (1)
              $496,024, or (2) an amount such that 88 percent, the Federal participation ratio for
              Federal Transportation Alternatives Program Funds combined with Federal
              Recreational Trails Program Funds, is not exceeded at the time of the award of the
              construction contract with Federal Transportation Alternatives Program Funds
              limited to $181,024 and Federal Recreational Trails Program Funds limited to
              $315,000. The balance of the PROJECT COST, after deduction of Federal Funds,
              shall be charged to and paid by the REQUESTING PARTY in the manner and at
              the times hereinafter set forth.

              PART B
              The PART B portion of the PROJECT COST is not eligible for Federal
              participation and shall be charged to and paid 100 percent by the REQUESTING
              PARTY in the manner and at the times hereinafter set forth.

       Any items of PROJECT COST not reimbursed by Federal Funds shall be the sole
responsibility of the REQUESTING PARTY.

       6.     No working capital deposit will be required for this PROJECT.

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       In order to fulfill the obligations assumed by the REQUESTING PARTY under the
provisions of this contract, the REQUESTING PARTY shall make prompt payments of its share
of the PROJECT COST upon receipt of progress billings from the DEPARTMENT as herein
provided. All payments will be made within 30 days of receipt of billings from the
DEPARTMENT. Billings to the REQUESTING PARTY will be based upon the REQUESTING
PARTY'S share of the actual costs incurred less Federal Funds earned as the PROJECT
progresses.

        7.      It is understood that the REQUESTING PARTY is responsible for the facilities
constructed as the PROJECT and that said facilities may require special or unusual operation
and/or maintenance. The REQUESTING PARTY certifies, by execution of this contract, that
upon completion of construction and at no cost to the PROJECT or the DEPARTMENT, it will
properly maintain or provide for the maintenance and operation of the PROJECT, making ample
provisions each year for the performance of such maintenance work as may be required. Upon
completion of the PROJECT, the REQUESTING PARTY shall accept the facilities constructed
as built to specifications within the construction contract documents.

        On projects involving the mobility for bicyclists, the REQUESTING PARTY will enact
no ordinances or regulations prohibiting the use of bicycles on the facility hereinbefore described
as the PROJECT and will amend any existing restrictive ordinances in this regard so as to allow
use of this facility by bicycles. No motorized vehicles shall be permitted on such facility
constructed as the PROJECT except those for maintenance or emergency assistance purposes, or
mobility for persons with disabilities.

        On projects involving the restoration of historic facilities, the REQUESTING PARTY
agrees that the project will not be awarded until the owner of such facilities has an Historic
Preservation Covenant, which includes an Historic Preservation Easement, or an Historic
Preservation Agreement, as appropriate, with the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office in
accordance with 1995 PA 60 for the purpose of ensuring that the historic property will be
preserved. The REQUESTING PARTY also agrees that such facilities shall be maintained and
repaired by the REQUESTING PARTY or owner, as applicable, at no cost to the
DEPARTMENT or the PROJECT, in such a manner as to preserve the historical integrity of
features, materials, appearance, workmanship, and environment.

        On projects which include landscaping, the DEPARTMENT, at PROJECT COST, agrees
to perform or cause to be performed, the watering and cultivating necessary to properly establish
the plantings for a period of two growing seasons, in general conformance with Section
815.03(L) of the DEPARTMENT'S Standard Specifications for Construction.                      The
REQUESTING PARTY shall maintain all plantings following completion of said period of
establishment.

         Failure of the REQUESTING PARTY to fulfill its responsibilities as outlined herein may
disqualify the REQUESTING PARTY from future Federal aid participation in Transportation
Alternatives Program projects or in other projects on roads or streets for which it has
maintenance responsibility. Federal aid may be withheld until such time as deficiencies in
regulations have been corrected, and the improvements constructed as the PROJECT are brought
to a satisfactory condition of maintenance.
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        8.      The performance of the entire PROJECT under this contract, whether Federally
funded or not, will be subject to the provisions and requirements of PART II that are applicable
to a Federally funded project.

       In the event of any discrepancies between PART I and PART II of this contract, the
provisions of PART I shall prevail.

       Buy America Requirements (23 CFR 635.410) shall apply to the PROJECT and will be
adhered to, as applicable, by the parties hereto.

        9.       The REQUESTING PARTY certifies that it is not aware if and has no reason to
believe that the property on which the work is to be performed under this agreement is a facility,
as defined by the Michigan Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act [(NREPA), PA
451, 1994, as amended 2012]; MCL 324.20101(1)(s). The REQUESTING PARTY also
certifies that it is not a liable party pursuant to either Part 201 or Part 213 of NREPA, MCL
324.20126 et seq. and MCL 324.21323a et seq. The REQUESTING PARTY is a local unit of
government that has acquired or will acquire property for the use of either a transportation
corridor or public right-of-way and was not responsible for any activities causing a release or
threat of release of any hazardous materials at or on the property. The REQUESTING PARTY
is not a person who is liable for response activity costs, pursuant to MCL 324.20101 (vv) and
(ww).

        10.    If, subsequent to execution of this contract, previously unknown hazardous
substances are discovered within the PROJECT limits, which require environmental remediation
pursuant to either state or federal law, the REQUESTING PARTY, in addition to reporting that
fact to the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, shall immediately
notify the DEPARTMENT, both orally and in writing of such discovery. The DEPARTMENT
shall consult with the REQUESTING PARTY to determine if it is willing to pay for the cost of
remediation and, with the FHWA, to determine the eligibility, for reimbursement, of the
remediation costs. The REQUESTING PARTY shall be charged for and shall pay all costs
associated with such remediation, including all delay costs of the contractor for the PROJECT, in
the event that remediation and delay costs are not deemed eligible by the FHWA. If the
REQUESTING PARTY refuses to participate in the cost of remediation, the DEPARTMENT
shall terminate the PROJECT. The parties agree that any costs or damages that the
DEPARTMENT incurs as a result of such termination shall be considered a PROJECT COST.

        11.     If federal and/or state funds administered by the DEPARTMENT are used to pay
the cost of remediating any hazardous substances discovered after the execution of this contract
and if there is a reasonable likelihood of recovery, the REQUESTING PARTY, in cooperation
with the Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy and the
DEPARTMENT, shall make a diligent effort to recover such costs from all other possible
entities. If recovery is made, the DEPARTMENT shall be reimbursed from such recovery for
the proportionate share of the amount paid by the FHWA and/or the DEPARTMENT and the
DEPARTMENT shall credit such sums to the appropriate funding source.


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      12.     The DEPARTMENT'S sole reason for entering into this contract is to enable the
REQUESTING PARTY to obtain and use funds provided by the Federal Highway
Administration pursuant to Title 23 of the United States Code.

        Any and all approvals of, reviews of, and recommendations regarding contracts,
agreements, permits, plans, specifications, or documents, of any nature, or any inspections of
work by the DEPARTMENT or its agents pursuant to the terms of this contract are done to assist
the REQUESTING PARTY in meeting program guidelines in order to qualify for available
funds. Such approvals, reviews, inspections, and recommendations by the DEPARTMENT shall
not relieve the REQUESTING PARTY of its ultimate control and shall not be construed as a
warranty of their propriety or that the DEPARTMENT is assuming any liability, control, or
jurisdiction.

        The providing of recommendations or advice by the DEPARTMENT or its agents does
not relieve the REQUESTING PARTY and the local agencies, as applicable of their exclusive
jurisdiction of any of their highways and responsibility under MCL 691.1402 et seq., as
amended.

     When providing approvals, reviews and recommendations under this contract, the
DEPARTMENT or its agents is performing a governmental function, as that term is defined in
MCL 691.1401 et seq., as amended, which is incidental to the completion of the PROJECT.

       Upon completion of the PROJECT, the REQUESTING PARTY shall accept the facilities
constructed as built to specifications within the contract documents. It is understood that the
REQUESTING PARTY shall own the facilities and shall operate and maintain the facilities in
accordance with applicable law.

       13.     The DEPARTMENT, by executing this contract, and rendering services pursuant
to this contract, has not and does not assume jurisdiction of any REQUESTING PARTY
highway for purposes of MCL 691.1402 et seq., as amended. Exclusive jurisdiction of such
highway for the purposes of MCL 691.1402 et seq., as amended, rests with the REQUESTING
PARTY and other local agencies having respective jurisdiction.

        14.    The REQUESTING PARTY shall approve all of the plans and specifications to
be used on the PROJECT and shall be deemed to have approved all changes to the plans and
specifications when put into effect. It is agreed that ultimate responsibility and control over the
PROJECT rests with the REQUESTING PARTY and local agencies, as applicable.

        15.     The REQUESTING PARTY agrees that the costs reported to the DEPARTMENT
for this contract will represent only those items that are properly chargeable in accordance with
this contract. The REQUESTING PARTY also certifies that it has read the contract terms and
has made itself aware of the applicable laws, regulations, and terms of this contract that apply to
the reporting of costs incurred under the terms of this contract.

        16.     Each party to this contract will remain responsible for any and all claims arising
out of its own acts and/or omissions during the performance of the contract, as provided by this
contract or by law. In addition, this is not intended to increase or decrease either party’s liability
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for or immunity from tort claims. This contract is also not intended to nor will it be interpreted
as giving either party a right of indemnification, either by contract or by law, for claims arising
out of the performance of this contract.

        17.    The parties shall promptly provide comprehensive assistance and cooperation in
defending and resolving any claims brought against the DEPARTMENT by the contractor,
vendors or suppliers as a result of the DEPARTMENT'S award of the construction contract for
the PROJECT. Costs incurred by the DEPARTMENT in defending or resolving such claims
shall be considered PROJECT COSTS.

       18.     The DEPARTMENT shall require the contractor who is awarded the contract for
the construction of the PROJECT to provide insurance in the amounts specified and in
accordance with the DEPARTMENT'S current Standard Specifications for Construction and to:

               A.     Maintain bodily injury and property damage insurance for the duration of
                      the PROJECT.

               B.     Provide owner's protective liability insurance naming as insureds the State
                      of Michigan, the Michigan State Transportation Commission, the
                      DEPARTMENT and its officials, agents and employees, the
                      REQUESTING PARTY and any other county, county road commission,
                      or municipality in whose jurisdiction the PROJECT is located, and their
                      employees, for the duration of the PROJECT and to provide, upon request,
                      copies of certificates of insurance to the insureds. It is understood that the
                      DEPARTMENT does not assume either ownership of any portion of the
                      PROJECT or jurisdiction of any REQUESTING PARTY highway as a
                      result of being named as an insured on the owner's protective liability
                      insurance policy.

               C.     Comply with the requirements of notice of cancellation and reduction of
                      insurance set forth in the current standard specifications for construction
                      and to provide, upon request, copies of notices and reports prepared to
                      those insured.




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        19.        This contract shall become binding on the parties hereto and of full force and
effect upon the signing thereof by the duly authorized officials for the parties hereto and upon the
adoption of the necessary resolutions approving said contract and authorizing the signatures
thereto of the respective officials of the REQUESTING PARTY, a certified copy of which
resolution shall be attached to this contract.

        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this contract to be executed as
written below.


CITY OF MUSKEGON                                     MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT
                                                     OF TRANSPORTATION



By___________________________                        By
 Title:                                                   Department Director MDOT

By
 Title:
                                                              REVIEWED
                                                              By Larry Doyle at 8:45 am, 6/4/21




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                                                                                May 26, 2021


                                         EXHIBIT I

                            CONTROL SECTION           NRT 61000
                            JOB NUMBER                208592CON
                            PROJECT                   21A0(562)



                                    ESTIMATED COST

CONTRACTED WORK

                                                  PART A         PART B        TOTAL
       Estimated Cost                             $547,600       $ 10,000      $557,600




                                  COST PARTICIPATION

GRAND TOTAL ESTIMATED COST                        $547,600       $ 10,000      $557,600
Less Federal Funds *                              $481,888       $      0      $481,888
BALANCE (REQUESTING PARTY’S SHARE)                $ 65,712       $ 10,000      $ 75,712


*Federal Funds for the PROJECT are limited to an amount as described in Section 5.

NO DEPOSIT




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                       Agenda Item Review Form
                        Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22nd, 2021                 Title: City of Muskegon / Muskegon Public
                                                         Schools Cost Sharing Agreement

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                  Department: Public Works

Brief Summary: Staff is requesting approval of a cost sharing agreement with Muskegon Public
Schools related to completion of several utility relocations required to facilitate construction of the
MPS High School and MPS Middle School capital projects.

Detailed Summary: Staff has worked with Muskegon Public Schools to identify several city owned
utility lines that required relocation to allow for capital projects to take place at the Muskegon High
School Campus as well as the proposed Muskegon Middle School Campus.


At the High School campus there are existing active sanitary sewer line and an existing active
storm sewer line located in the vacated Jefferson Street ROW north of Southern Avenue that
require removal and rerouting to allow for work at the high school site.


At the proposed Middle School campus there is an existing active storm sewer line located in the
vacated Clinton Avenue ROW south of Dale Avenue that requires rerouting to allow for planned
work at the middle school site.


Staff worked with MPS and our Engineers (Prein & Newhof) to develop a solution that could be
constructed in conjunction with the ongoing work on Peck Street to eliminate the utility conflicts
and allow for the MPS projects to continue without interruption. The total cost for this work is
estimated at $571,627.01 ($505,127.01 Construction Contract + $66,500 Engineering). Of that
total Muskegon Public Schools is responsible for $468,980.36 and the City of Muskegon would be
responsible for $102,646.65 due to staff recommending an alternative routing at the High School
site that better fits in with the long term management of the utility system.


MPS has also reviewed this document and is agreeable to the terms.


A change order to incorporate this work into the Peck Street project will be prepared at a later date
and brought for consideration by this board as it relates to adding this work into the ongoing project
via a change order.

Amount Requested: $ 0                                  Amount Budgeted: $ 0
Fund(s) or Account(s): 590/591-92010                Fund(s) or Account(s): 590/591-92010

Recommended Motion:
Approve the attached letter of understanding and exhibits outlining the cost sharing agreement and
authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign.

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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
Affirmative Action
(231)724-6703
FAX (231)722-1214

Assessor/
Equalization Co.
(231)724-6386
FAX (231)724-1129

Cemetery/Forestry
(231)724-6783
FAX (231)724-4188

City Manager
(231)724-6724
FAX (231)722-1214                              Letter of Understanding Between
Clerk
(231)724-6705                        The City of Muskegon & Muskegon Public Schools
FAX (231)724-4178

Comm. & Neigh.
                      Muskegon Public Schools is undertaking a number of capital projects on their campuses throughout
Services              the city. Two of those projects (High School and Middle School) require the relocation of existing
(231)724-6717
FAX (231)726-2501     City of Muskegon utility facilities to allow for construction.
Computer Info.
Technology
                      Muskegon Public Schools and the City of Muskegon acknowledge that the relocation of these lines is
(231)724-4126         necessary to complete the planned upgrades. Further, Muskegon Public Schools and the City of
FAX (231)722-4301
                      Muskegon acknowledge that the expense to relocate these lines in the most cost effective manner
Engineering
(231)724-6707         possible is the financial responsibility of Muskegon Public Schools. Lastly, Muskegon Public
FAX (231)727-6904     Schools and the City of Muskegon acknowledge that the designs presented by Muskegon Public
Finance               Schools and included as Exhibit A and Exhibit B represent the most cost effective manner of
(231)724-6713
FAX (231)726-2325     accomplishing the needed relocations.
Fire Department
(231)724-6795
FAX (231)724-6985
                      The City of Muskegon agrees to the following:
Human Resources
Co. (Civil Service)
(231)724-6442            •   To incorporate additional work into the ongoing Peck Street project (92010) outlined in the
FAX (231)724-6840            attached Exhibit E (Final Plans) that will eliminate the utility conflicts on both the middle
Income Tax                   school and high school sites during the 2021 construction season.
(231)724-6770
FAX (231)724-6768

Mayor’s Office           •   To incorporate the work into the ongoing Peck Street project in accordance with the city
(231)724-6701                purchasing policy via a change order with the total amount as outlined in the attached Exhibit
FAX (231)722-1214
                             F (Estimated Construction Costs).
Planning/Zoning
(231)724-6702
FAX (231)724-6790
                         •   To accept and amendment to the Engineering Services Agreement with Prein & Newhof to
Police Department            complete the engineering for this additional work as outlined in Exhibit G (Engineering
(231)724-6750
FAX (231)722-5140            Amendment).
Public Works
(231)724-4100
FAX (231)722-4188
                         •   To finance the cost of the work, and upon completion to invoice Muskegon Public Schools for
                             their reasonable portion of the actual cost of the completed work.
SafeBuilt
(Inspections)
(231)724-6715
FAX (231)728-4371        •   To keep Muskegon Public Schools updated of the project status and allow for feedback and
Treasurer
                             comment from Muskegon Public Schools during the project progress.
(231)724-6720
FAX (231)724-6768
                         •   To fully vacate any remaining utility rights held by the City of Muskegon that were required
Water Billing
(231)724-6718
                             for lines to be abandoned as shown in Exhibit C (High School) and Exhibit D (Middle
FAX (231)724-6768            School).
Water Filtration
(231)724-4106
FAX (231)755-5290            City of Muskegon, 933 Terrace Street, P.O. Box 536, Muskegon, MI 49443-0536
                                                    http://www.shorelinecity.com
Muskegon Public Schools agrees to the following:
   •   To turn over control of the utility relocation projects to the City of Muskegon.

   •   To reimburse the City of Muskegon for the actual cost of the work upon completion of the work and final
       invoicing from the City. Muskegon Public Schools will not be responsible to reimburse for the additional block
       of Sanitary Sewer work on Southern between Sanford and Peck as this option was selected by the City as
       preferred over the original design presented by MPS.

   •   To accept as private utilities under Muskegon Public Schools ownership any utility lines remaining in service
       within the vacated utility easements and right-of-ways. These lines are shown approximately in Exhibit C and
       Exhibit D.



                                             City of Muskegon


                                             BY

                                                Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor

                                             ATTEST

                                                Ann Meisch, City Clerk


                                             Muskegon Public Schools


                                             BY

                                                Bill O’Brien, President – Board of Education

                                             ATTEST

                                                Lynnette Marks, Secretary – Board of Education




                        City of Muskegon, 933 Terrace Street, P.O. Box 536, Muskegon, MI 49443-0536
                                               http://www.shorelinecity.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  4 East Fulton Street, Suite 200 242 East Kalamazoo Avenue, Suite 200



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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  Grand Rapids, Michigan 49503 Kalamazoo, Michigan 49007-5828
                                                                                            PROPOSED BUILDING
                                                                                               FFE = 626.80




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                                                                                                                                    632
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING ADDITIONS &
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    628




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     EXISTING BUILDING
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        FFE = 629.17




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       RENOVATIONS
                                                                                                                                                                                          627




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       PROJECT TITLE
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                                                                    EXISTING BUILDING
                                                                       FFE = 627.30




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                                                                                                                                                    PROPOSED BUILDING
                                                                                                                                                        15,115 SFT




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Muskegon, Michigan
                                                                                                                                                       FFE = 627.30

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           REMOVE EX. SANITARY SEWER




                                                                                                                                          REMOVE EX. STORM PIPE




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        OWNER
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       GRADING, DRAINAGE & SESC PLAN
            EX. SAN MH




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      February 5, 2021
            RIM = 626.95                                           REMOVE EX. 8" SANITARY
            N 10" INV = 617.25                                   SEWER & REPLACE WITH 15"
            S 10" INV = 617.25
            E 10" INV = 617.35
                                                                 SANITARY SEWER @ 0.16%±

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                EX. STM MH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                RIM = 626.00
                                                                                                                                                   PROP. STM MH                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          Project Manager
                                                                                                                                                    RIM = 626.01±
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                N 8" INV = 619.70
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                S 8" INV = 619.70                                                                                        REBECCA PAGE, P.E.              MUSKEGON PUBLIC
                                                                                                                                                  S 8" INV = 619.51
                                                                                                                                                W 24" INV = 619.51
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            PROP. SAN MH                                                                                                                 SCHOOLS



                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   66' R.O.W. LINE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            RIM = 626.13
                                                                                                                                                E 20" INV = 620.27                                                                                                                                                                          S 10" INV = 618.10                                                                           Drawn by
        PLACE:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         80 W. SOUTHERN AVE




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             DATE
        2'Ø STORM MH                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        E 10" INV = 618.10                                                                           COLLIN DEPREKEL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            W 15" INV = 618.00
        RIM = 626.90±                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    HEI Project Number              MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN 49442
        SW 12" INV = 618.69           REMOVE EX. 18"/20" STORM                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      EX. STM MH
                                                                                                      PROP. STM MH
        E 12" INV = 618.69
      EX. STM MH
      RIM = 626.87
                                  SEWER & REPLACE WITH 432 LF
                                 OF 36" STORM SEWER @ 0.22%±
                                                                                                       RIM = 626.01±
                                                                                                 NW 12" INV = EX INV                                                                                                                                                                                                  EX. SAN MH
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      RIM = 626.13
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    RIM = 626.12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    N 6" INV = 620.67 (TOP WTMN)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    S 6" INV = 620.67 (TOP WTMN)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           20-09-010PT. OF BLOCKS 395, 400, 403, 404, 421, 422
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON, MUSKEGON CO., MI.
                                                                                                 SW 12" INV = EX INV                                                                                                                                                                                                                                S 12" INV = 622.02
      N 12" INV = 621.77                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              N 10" INV = 618.10            E 24" INV = 620.62                                                                    The Surveyor's /
      W 24" INV = 618.57                                                                           E 24" INV = 619.32                                                                                                                                                                                                 S 10" INV = 618.10            W 24" INV = 620.62                                                                    Engineer's liability for any
      E 24" INV = 618.67                                                                          W 24" INV = 619.32                                                                                                                                                                                                  E 10" INV = 618.10                                                                                                  and all claims, including
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      W 10" INV = 618.10




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REPLACE W/ 6' Ø STORM MH




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RIM = 626.87                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              professional services,
N 12" INV = 621.77                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        negligence, gross
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W 36" INV = 618.57                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        misconduct, warranties or
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          misrepresentations shall                      Holland, Michigan 49423-3766
E 36" INV = 618.57
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          be deemed limited to an                        www.hollandengineering.com
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          amount no greater than                     T 616-392-5938 F 616-392-2116
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          the service fee.
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                                                                               STRM-7
                                                                               RIM 626.67
                                                                               SW 12" CONC 622.27
                                                                               NE 12" CONC 621.21
                                                                               N 36" CONC. 614.99
                                                                               SE 36" CONC 614.99


                        PLACE 732+/- LF OF 36"
                                                      PLACE 535+/- LF OF 36"     STRM-8
                        STORM SEWER @ 0.27%                                      RIM 625.84
                                                      STORM SEWER @ 0.28%        SW 10" CONC 619.04
                                                                                 NW 36" CONC. 614.69
                                                                                 S 36" CONC 614.66




                                                     CB-15
                                                     RIM 625.61
STRM-1                                               E 6" PVC 619.84
RIM 625.58                                           NW 8" CLAY 617.61
NE 8" PVC 623.58                                     SE 36" PLASTIC 616.59
E 10" CONC. 622.93                                   N/SW 36" CONC. 614.05
S 10" CONC 623.03    36" STM INV 613.00+/-
E 36" CONC. 612.80
W 36" CONC. 612.88




                     36" STM INV 613.47+/-       STRM-3
                                                 RIM 625.57
                                                 NE 8" CLAY 621.11
                                                 E 12" CONC 618.67
                                                 W/NE 36" CONC. 613.77
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Sent:                             Tuesday, May 4, 2021 5:02 PM
To:                               Tyler DeNooyer
Cc:                               Matthew R. Hulst; Brad Kreider
Subject:                          Hand Chipping Duct Bank pricing


Good evening Tyler,
We have come up with a price for the unexpected duct bank requiring hand chipping and salvaging the live phone line.
That price is $10.63/LF. Our quantity for that work is 489 LF. Please let me know if you have any questions. Thank you




              Adam Khodl, Project Manager
              Kamminga and Roodvoets Inc.
              Phone: (616)949-0800 Ext. 140
              Cell: (616)-437-6764
                               Fax: (616) 949-1894




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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date:     6/22/2021                Title: Equipment Purchase

Submitted By:     Joe Buckingham                      Department: DPW/Equipment


Brief Summary:

The Equipment Division is requesting permission to purchase one (1) Set of Rotary Post
Hoists from American Hoist and Lube, the lowest qualified bidder. This hoist is used for lifting
our heavy trucks for service.




Detailed Summary:




Amount Requested: $39,265.59                        Amount Budgeted: $39,265.59

Fund(s) or Account(s): Equipment fund               Fund(s) or Account(s): 661-60932-5720

Recommended Motion:       Authorize staff to move forward with purchase.




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Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.
For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                Title: Fire Barn Museum Exhibit

Submitted By: Jeffrey Lewis                           Department: Public Safety

Brief Summary: Renewal of Yearly Long-term loan of the 1923 LaFrance Fire Engine and attached
equipment in the Fire Barn Museum Exhibit



Detailed Summary: Renewal of Yearly Long-term loan for Fire Barn Museum Exhibit holding the
1923 LaFrance Fire Engine and attached equipment. Renewal due June 30, 2021 expiring on
June 30, 2022. Lakeshore Museum Center agrees to provide insurance coverage, (see attached).




Amount Requested: $0                                 Amount Budgeted:$0

Fund(s) or Account(s): $0                            Fund(s) or Account(s):$0

Recommended Motion: Approval of renewing the loan of the 1923 LaFrance Fire Engine and
attached equipment for the upcoming year, expiring June 30, 2022 with the Lakeshore Museum
Center agreeing to provide insurance coverage.

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Police Dept. ☐
Fire Dept. ☐
IT Dept. ☐


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                                  Loan Agreement
                                                        Incoming Loan for Exhibit
                                                                     Loan# 41



Name: City of Muskegon
Phone: 231-724-6955
Address: 980 Jefferson Street
City, State Zip: Muskegon MI 49443                              Email: jeff.lewis@shorelinecity.com
Start Date: Renewal 6-30-2021                                   End Date: Yearly review and renewal on
                                                                6-30-2022
For Use in: Fire Barn Museum Exhibit

The objects listed below and on any attached sheets are on loan subject to the conditions printed on the
reverse.
Detailed description of items:

Long-term Loan for Fire Barn Museum Exhibit

1923 LaFrance Fire Engine and attached equipment



See reverse for terms and conditions.

Insurance Coverage     Lakeshore Museum Center agrees to provide insurance coverage, see attached
documentation.

The object(s) described above have been received by the Lakeshore Museum Center as a loan for exhibit, subject
to the conditions on the reverse of this form. I acknowledge that I have read and agree to the conditions
accompanying this form and certify that I have the authority to enter into this loan agreement.

Lender Signature: _________________________________________________ Date: ____________________

                                                                         6/3/2021
LMC Representative: ______________________________________________ Date: ____________________

Returned to Lender:
I acknowledge that the object(s) described above have been returned in satisfactory condition and hereby release
the Lakeshore Museum Center from any further responsibility for their care.

Lender Signature: _________________________________________________ Date: ____________________

LMC Representative: ______________________________________________ Date: ____________________

                         Lakeshore Museum Center, 430 West Clay Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49440
Phone 231.722.0278 • Fax 231.728.4119 • Email: info@lakeshoremuseum.org • www.lakeshoremuseum.org
                                      Loan Terms and Conditions
                                       Incoming Loan for Exhibit
           Special Terms and Conditions – 1923 LaFrance Fire Engine, Lender City of Muskegon
Care and Preservation
    1. The Lakeshore Museum Center (LMC) agrees to exercise reasonable care of the truck and will do what is reasonably
    necessary to preserve it in as good a condition as when received – with the exception of deterioration due to age and wear and
    tear due to approved use of truck for education and special event hands on use, and general maintenance.
    2. City of Muskegon agrees to allow the LMC to keep the truck in operating condition and maintain or replace any
    components, including tires, brakes or other mechanical systems, as well as clean the truck. The City of Muskegon allows the
    LMC to do whatever maintenance is necessary to keep the truck operational without approval. However, the LMC is under no
    obligation to keep the truck in working condition or complete general maintenance, but will do so only as LMC budget allows.
    3. City of Muskegon and Fire Department agree that the truck is available for hands on interaction with the public under
    the supervision of LMC staff – including but not limited to allowing the public to site in the driver’s seat, stand on running
    boards and other surfaces available for such use in normal operating conditions. Members of the public will not be allowed to
    operate the truck or be in physical contact with it while in motion.
    4. City of Muskegon agrees that LMC staff or approved contractors may drive the truck – including but not limited to
    community events, parades, educational programming, and while performing general maintenance.
    5. City of Muskegon and/or Fire Department personnel will cooperate to start engine or move vehicle outside of LMC Fire
    Barn Museum property for special events or the facilitate City of Muskegon/Fire Department maintenance activities. LMC
    requests a 30 day notice if possible before these activities occur.
    6.   In the event of damage to the objects while on loan, LMC will notify the Lender as soon as possible.
    7. City of Muskegon/Fire Department personnel are welcome during business hours or at some other mutually agreed upon
    time to come onto Museum premises to service the truck, and if desired by both parties, to keep it in operating condition.
    8. Any expense associated with keeping the truck in operating condition or any other work on truck, is the responsibility of
    the party who is pursing the maintenance.

Insurance
1. LMC agrees to insure under its contents insurance policy for an amount not less than $40,000. LMC shall have no liability for
   destruction or diminution in value of the truck above and beyond the insurance coverage.

Ownership and Lender Contact Information
1. Lender is responsible for updating address and contact information with LMC for the duration of the loan.
2. LMC may periodically renew the loan to keep current with responsible parties within City of Muskegon and Fire Department
   Management.

Return of Loans
1. LMC will arrange for return of Loaned objects within 30 days of the End Date indicated on this Loan form.
2. Loans left unclaimed more than one year from the End Date will be considered an unrestricted gift to the Lakeshore Museum
   Center and will be disposed of according to LMC policies. Lenders are referred to the Michigan Disposition of Property Act
   and the Uniform Unclaimed Property Act as relevant statutes.
3. LMC is not required to exhibit any loaned object. If an object is not selected for exhibit LMC will arrange to return objects to
   Lender.


Credit and Photography of Loaned Objects
1. LMC may photograph objects and the photographs may be reproduced for exhibit materials, publicity materials and relevant
   publications. The Lender may be identified in publications or exhibit material unless he/she requests anonymity.
2. Loaned objects may be photographed by the general public while on exhibit unless prohibited in writing by the Lender.
                       Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                 Title: Assessing Contract – Muskegon County

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                           Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: Approval of the Assessing Services Contract with Muskegon County.

Detailed Summary: Muskegon County has been providing assessing services to the city for a
number of years. The current contract expired last month. The new contract does carry a cost
increase, but the costs are in line with what other communities are spending on this service. The
budget approved earlier this month estimated the costs for this service at $353,308. The new cost
of $413,348 represents a $60,040 increase (17%).

Amount Requested: $413,348                            Amount Budgeted: $353,308

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

Recommended Motion: Amend FY 2021-22 GL Number 101-30209-5300 to $413,348 to cover the
updated assessing costs, and approve the Assessing Services Agreement with Muskegon County and
authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign.

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Police Dept.        Fire Dept.       IT Dept.


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                  AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                   AND
                  MUSKEGON COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS


THIS AGREEMENT, entered into as of the 1st day of July 2021, between the City of Muskegon,
a municipal corporation, by its City Commission, hereinafter referred to as “The Municipality”,
and the County of Muskegon, by its Board of Commissioners, hereinafter referred to as “The
County”, is as follows:

                                            PURPOSE

The purpose of this Agreement is to provide for a property assessment administration program to
be administered by the County Equalization Director, or designated representative, which will
list, appraise, and maintain a complete set of records for all real and personal property, subject to
ad valorem taxation, specific taxes, and in-lieu-of tax agreements within the Corporate limits of
The Municipality pursuant to Public Act No. 160 of 1972.

                                 TERM AND TERMINATION

This agreement shall commence July 1, 2021, and terminate June 30, 2026, provided that either
party may terminate the Agreement on June 30 of each year upon ninety (90) days prior written
notice. The notice shall be sent by certified mail to the County Equalization Director if
terminated by The Municipality. The notice shall be sent by certified mail to the City Manager if
terminated by the County.

I.   The County agrees to perform the following services and provide the materials set forth
     herein:

     A. Scope of Service - To classify and appraise, according to the constitution and laws
        of the State of Michigan, each parcel of real property which lies within the confines
        of The Municipality, and to process all assessable personal property that is in such
        Municipality, and use the methods prescribed by the Michigan State Tax
        Commission. The Equalization Department will provide an assessment roll that will
        equal the tentative State Equalized Values for each classification of property. The
        final factor will be determined by the action of The Municipality’s Board of Review
        and the process of state equalization as determined by the State Tax Commission.

     B. Qualified Staff - All County employees engaged in the performance of this
        Agreement shall be professional in manner and appearance and be trained in
        property appraisal techniques. The assessor shall be certified by the State Tax
        Commission, as required for The Municipality’s size and State Equalized Value.

     C. Equipment and Supplies - The County will provide all equipment and supplies
        needed for the routine performance of its duties without additional expenses, except
        as otherwise set forth herein.
D. Maps and Records - The Municipality shall provide current land use maps, zoning
   maps, street/centerline maps, plats, topographical maps, sewer and water maps, and
   shall make available any records or data which may be of use in making the
   appraisal, without cost to the County. The County has implemented a GIS system in
   which mapping data is maintained. The GIS system is addressed in sub-point “M”
   of this agreement.

E. Appraisal Manuals/Schedules - The current Michigan State Tax Commission
   Assessor’s Manuals shall be the cost schedules used in the appraisal of all
   properties. All cost schedules shall be indexed to reflect current costs as of Tax
   Day.

F. Record Cards - The County will maintain the master file at a specified location.
   The master file shall become the property of The Municipality when delivered.

G. Public Relations - Both parties recognize that good public relations are vital to the
   success of the assessment administration program. During the term of this
   Agreement, County employees shall endeavor to promote understanding and
   amicable relations with all members of the public. County staff will be assigned by
   the Equalization Director.

H. Property Owner Notification and Official Statements - It shall be the
   responsibility of the County to notify all property owners annually of assessed and
   taxable values, as provided by law, whether values increase or decrease, as well as
   distribute personal property statements and other official forms.

I. Assessment Roll - The County shall prepare the assessment roll and certify the
   same for The Municipality in a timely manner.

J. Board of Review - County staff will advise and assist The Municipality’s Board of
   Review in preparing for, conducting, and implementing any changes resulting from
   the required meetings of the Board.

K. Appeals - The County Equalization Director, or designated representative, shall
   represent The Municipality in all property assessment appeals and in proceedings
   before the Tax Tribunal concerning properties under this Agreement. The
   Municipality shall designate and provide the legal services for such appeals or
   proceedings; however, costs or expenses which may be incurred by the County in
   employing additional counsel, expert appraisers, or performing extraordinary
   specific appraisal work in connection with such appeals, proceedings, or other
   functions shall be paid by The Municipality provided that the Equalization Director
   seeks and obtains approval from The Municipality prior to incurring such costs or
   expenses. Additionally, should either party terminate this agreement, the County, or
   designated representative, shall represent The Municipality in all property
   assessment appeals and in proceedings filed during the existence of this agreement.




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   The fee shall be $100.00 per hour for preparation, appearance, and travel after
   termination of the agreement.

L. Computerized Appraisals and Information Technology – The County will
   provide staff, equipment, and the BS&A Assessing software to maintain electronic
   property records using a computer assisted mass appraisal system. Assessment
   administration, including digital photography and sketching, as well as general
   business application software shall be prescribed by the County. All property
   information shall adhere to the requirements of the County Wide Area Network and
   its specifications. The records will be utilized for annual valuation updates. The
   County may request the assistance of designated staff of The Municipality to
   determine proper neighborhoods for market value determinations. The County will
   ensure that the assessment records reflect the property’s true cash value, assessed
   valuation, and taxable valuation to be utilized for any property tax calculations in
   conformance with applicable General Property Tax Law requirements. The
   computer assisted mass appraisal system and its attributes shall become the
   property of The Municipality upon termination of this agreement.

   Additionally, the County and The Municipality shall participate in an electronic
   building permit system that will transfer such data to the computer aided assessment
   administration system without modification or hesitation. The system and its
   attributes shall be determined by the County.

M. Geographical Information Systems – The County and The Municipality may
   implement a geographical information system. An independent formal mutual
   agreement will govern this function.

N. Special Assessments- Special assessment benefit analysis, roll preparation,
   processing, and related reports will be provided by the County when formally
   requested. The fee shall be $100.00 per hour.

O. Records Maintenance and Access – The County agrees to maintain records with
   the most current information the County has available.

           1. All changes in property ownership will be recorded in the assessment records
           within 30 days of being filed with the Muskegon County Register of Deeds unless
           incomplete property documentation prevents timely recording. In these cases, the
           Equalization Department will strive to get complete, accurate ownership
           information recorded as quickly as practical.

           2. City staff will be afforded full access to assessment records (including
           photographs).

P. Pursuant to Public Act 453 of 1976, neither party shall discriminate against an
   employee or applicant for employment with respect to hire, tenure, terms,
   conditions or privileges of employment, or a matter directly or indirectly related to
   employment, because of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, weight, or


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       marital status. Breach of this covenant may be regarded as a material breach of the
       contract.

II. The County will perform all the above services for The Municipality, subject to costs and
    expenses set forth, under the terms and conditions below:

     A. Annual Fees - For each year of this agreement the annual fee shall be calculated
        in the following manner: The initial period shall be from July 1, 2021, to June
        30, 2022, and the fee shall be $413,348. The base Annual Fee of $413,348 shall
        be subject to a 2 percent (2%) increase effective July 1, 2022, and annually on
        this date for every year thereafter.

         This annual fee does not include the cost associated with a full re-inspection. A
         re-inspection fee can be negotiated between the County Equalization Director
         and if staff field reviews determine this to be necessary. Additionally, this re-
         inspection may be required by the State following an Audit of Minimum
         Assessing Requirements (AMAR).

     B. Payments - The Municipality shall remit the annual fee in equal quarterly
        payments commencing July 1 of each year of this agreement.

     C. Relationship of the Parties – The parties acknowledge that the agreement
        between the County and The Municipality is one of an independent contractor.
        Neither of the parties should represent that an employment relationship is created
        or exists with regard to the employees of the other. This independent contractor
        relationship shall be given its full scope and intent including without limitation
        as it pertains to liability, wages, benefits, and taxation.

III. Miscellaneous

     A. Section Headings – The headings of the sections shall be solely for convenience
        of reference and shall not affect the meaning, construction, or effect hereof.

     B. Severability – If any one or more of the provisions contained herein shall for any
        reason be held to be invalid, illegal, or unenforceable in any respect, then such
        provision or provisions shall be deemed severable from the remaining provisions
        hereof, and such invalidity, illegality, or unenforceability shall not affect any
        other provision hereof, and this Agreement shall be construed as if such invalid,
        illegal, or unenforceable provision had never been contained herein.

     C. Entire Agreement and Amendment – In conjunction with matters considered
        herein, this Agreement contains the entire understanding and agreement of the
        parties and there have been no promises, representations, agreements, warranties,
        or undertakings by any of the parties, either oral or written, of any character or
        nature hereafter binding except as set forth herein. This Agreement may be
        altered, amended, or modified only by an instrument in writing, executed by the



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   parties to this Agreement, and by no other means. Each party waives their future
   right to claim, contest, or assert that this Agreement was modified, canceled,
   superseded, or changed by any oral agreements, course of conduct, waiver, or
   estoppel.

D. Successors and Assigns – All representations, covenants and warranties set forth
   in this Agreement by or on behalf of, or for the benefit of any or all of the parties
   hereto, shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of such party, it successors
   and assigns.

E. Terms and Conditions – The terms and conditions used in this Agreement shall
   be given their common and ordinary definition and will not be construed against
   either party.

F. Execution of Counterparts – This Agreement may be executed in any number
   of counterparts and each such counterparts shall for all purposes be deemed to be
   an original; and all such counterparts, or as many of them as the parties shall
   preserve undestroyed, shall together constitute one and the same instrument.




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                      ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS


City of Muskegon:            By:
                                    Stephen Gawron
                             Its:   Mayor

                             By:
                                    Ann Marie Meisch
                             Its:   City Clerk

                             Approved as to Form:

                             ____________________________________
                             John C. Schrier, City Attorney




County of Muskegon:          By: ________________________________
                                    Robert Scolnik
                             Its:   Chairman Board of Commissioners

                             By: ________________________________
                                   Nancy A. Waters
                             Its:  County Clerk

                             Approved as to Form:

                             ____________________________________
                             Michael D. Homier, Corporate Counsel




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                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                 Title: 4th Quarter Budget Reforecast

Submitted By: Ken Grant                                Department: Finance

Brief Summary: At this time staff is asking for approval of the 4th Quarter Budget Reforecast for the
FY2020-21 budget year.



Detailed Summary: Staff has prepared the 4th Quarter Budget Reforecast a memo outlining some
of the highlights is attached.




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

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the 4th Quarter FY2020-21 Budget Reforecast as presented.



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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
Memo
 To:     City Commissioners
 From:   Finance Director
 Date:   6/16/2021
 Re:     FY2020-21 4th Quarter Budget Reforecast



 Highlights of 4th Quarter Budget Reforecast:

 General Fund

 Income Tax collections have been better than projected for the 4th Quarter. The Income Tax Revenue
 has been adjusted up to $8,650,000. Income tax revenue projections were originally budgeted for
 $7,750,000 this year. We expected a drastic decrease in revenue due to the pandemic. Despite the
 4th Quarter adjustment, Income Tax Revenue will be down approximately $500,000 from the previous
 fiscal year. Income Tax Penalty & Interest revenue has been adjusted up another $20,000 based on
 collections thru mid-June.

 The Contributions Department budget has been increased by $152,490. Last month the Commission
 approved a $100,000 contribution towards the YMCA Child Care Services. We are requesting a $25,000
 contribution towards the DEI Taskforce and a $25,000 contribution towards the Hubert Massey Mural for
 the fourth quarter.

 Debt Service expenses have been increased to reflect the interest paid to our 2020 Capital Improvement
 Bonds.

 The transfer to the Mercy Health Arena Fund has been increased from $650,000 to $700,000 to reflect
 additional costs.

 Mercy Health Arena Fund.

 Mercy Health will receive an additional $50,000 transfer from the General Fund.

 For Expenditures $30,000 will go to Contractual Services and $20,000 will go to supplies.




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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      JUNE 30, 2020   JUNE 30, 2021       2020-21
                    AND                                                 ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY     ORIGINAL      AMENDED          ACTUAL         ACTUAL         4th QUARTER
            BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                   DESCRIPTION                                    BUDGET         BUDGET         EXPENSES        EXPENSE        REFORECAST

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
101-00000-4100                      PROPERTY TAX                         5,264,060     5,460,339     5,668,983     5,660,071       5,460,339       5,056,874       5,660,071
101-00000-4102                      IN LIEU OF TAX                         133,642       132,023        84,587        84,587         132,023             -            84,587
101-00000-4103                      IFT/CFT TAX                            106,297       128,212        76,468        76,468         128,212         200,546          76,468
101-00000-4104                      PROPERTY TAX SANITATION              1,564,050     1,618,369     1,686,077     1,678,946       1,618,369       1,505,689       1,678,946
101-00000-4140                      INCOME TAX                           8,691,673     9,137,714     7,750,000     7,750,000       9,137,714       9,002,587       8,650,000
101-00000-4161                      SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                    340,016       294,908       211,000       211,000         294,908         234,366         211,000
101-00000-4202                      BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS             52,345        42,520        75,000        42,000          42,520          41,485          42,000
101-00000-4203                      LIQUOR LICENSES & TAX REBATE            49,877        46,412        45,000        45,000          46,412          44,223          45,000
101-00000-4204                      CABLE TV LICENSES OR FEES              380,343       361,405       370,000       370,000         361,405         280,574         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          76,615          69,885          80,000
101-00000-4208                      BUILDING PERMITS                       933,745       911,057     1,100,000       705,000         911,057         659,709         705,000
101-00000-4209                      ELECTRICAL PERMITS                     169,690       172,531       196,000       196,000         172,531         186,065         196,000
101-00000-4210                      PLUMBING PERMITS                       102,101       103,139        95,000        95,000         103,139          94,841          95,000
101-00000-4211                      HEATING PERMITS                        137,826       144,730       143,500       143,500         144,730         130,875         143,500
101-00000-4213                      RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION           350,760       335,448       381,000       350,000         335,448         346,395         350,000
101-00000-4215                      CNS INSPECTIONS                            735           350                                         350             -
101-00000-4217                      SHORT TERM RENTALS                         -           4,390        9,000          3,000           4,390          21,010           3,000
101-00000-4221                      VACANT BUILDING FEE                     72,665        60,570       40,000          3,500          60,570           6,100           3,500
101-00000-4224                      TEMPORARY LIQUOR LICENSE                 5,590         3,145        5,000          5,000           3,145             980           5,000
101-00000-4230                      MARIHUANA FACILITIES LICENSE           115,700       143,300       90,000        100,000         143,300         177,000         100,000
101-00000-4300                      FEDERAL GRANTS                          57,894       147,191       40,000      1,646,586         147,191       1,606,542       1,646,586
101-00000-4400                      STATE GRANTS                            31,675        16,174       26,000        116,004          16,174         131,223         116,004
101-00000-4405                      STATE REPLACEMENT REV FOR PPT          831,164       897,416      750,000        825,000         897,416         902,501         825,000
101-00000-4502                      STATE SALES TAX CONSTITUTIONAL       2,844,903     3,336,275    2,929,011      3,146,075       3,336,275       2,326,138       3,146,075
101-00000-4503                      STATE CVTRS/EVIP PAYMENTS            1,426,535       781,660    1,201,807      1,201,807         781,660         781,660       1,201,807
101-00000-4601                      CITY SERVICE FOR ENTERPRISE FUNDS      482,292       482,292      482,290        482,290         482,292         442,101         482,290
101-00000-4603                      TAX COLLECTION FEE                     340,217       350,742      327,000        327,000         350,742         328,629         327,000
101-00000-4604                      GARBAGE COLLECTION                      49,671        49,763       41,000         49,000          49,763          28,638          49,000
101-00000-4606                      ADMINISTRATION FEES                    310,000       310,000      310,000        310,000         310,000         284,167         310,000
101-00000-4607                      REIMBURSEMENT ELECTIONS                 13,455        50,142          -              -            50,142              75             -
101-00000-4608                      INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION             1,114,735     1,066,967    1,302,797      1,302,797       1,066,967       1,172,041       1,302,797
101-00000-4609                      PROCUREMENT CARD REBATE                 50,381        57,361       48,000         48,000          57,361          63,880          48,000
101-00000-4611                      SPECIAL EVENTS REIMBURSEMENT            26,505        61,625       15,000            -            61,625         (37,804)            -
101-00000-4612                      CEMETERY SALE OF LOTS                   30,259        28,440       25,000         30,000          28,440          41,030          30,000
101-00000-4613                      HARBOR TOWN DOCKOMINIUMS                   -             -            -                              -
101-00000-4614                      REIMBURSEMENT LOT CLEAN UP                 461           -          2,000         2,000              -              -              2,000
101-00000-4615                      POLICE DEPARTMENT INCOME               113,244        98,926      105,500       105,500           98,926        101,770          105,500
101-00000-4617                      FIRE DEPARTMENT INCOME                   3,006           811        3,500         6,500              811          5,822            6,500
101-00000-4619                      MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                17,436        21,286       22,000        22,000           21,286          7,761           22,000
101-00000-4620                      FIRE PROTECTION-STATE PROP              81,766       173,718      173,718       119,574          173,718        119,574          119,574
101-00000-4621                      ZONING & ENCROACHMENT FEES              13,970        12,155       15,000        18,000           12,155         16,380           18,000
101-00000-4622                      MISC. CLERK FEES                         5,432         1,329        5,000           750            1,329          1,382              750
101-00000-4623                      TOWNSHIP ELECCTRICAL INSPECTIONS           -             -                                           -
101-00000-4624                      TAX ABATEMENT APPLICATION FEES           3,802         8,890        6,000         1,000            8,890          1,435            1,000
101-00000-4625                      MISC. TREAS. FEES                       69,964        49,722       55,000        12,000           49,722         16,075           12,000
101-00000-4631                      REIMBURSEMENT SCHOOL OFFICER            22,802        16,962       23,500        23,500           16,962         21,503           23,500
101-00000-4633                      OBSOLETE PROPERTY FEES                   4,000         2,000          -             -              2,000            -                -
101-00000-4634                      PASSPORTS                               82,662        63,520       40,000         2,000           63,520          4,200            2,000
101-00000-4635                      START UP CHARGE/REFUSE                   6,771         6,327        7,000         8,000            6,327         10,069            8,000
101-00000-4636                      REFUSE BAG & BULK SALES                 33,516        23,497       30,000        30,000           23,497         32,908           30,000
101-00000-4637                      APPLIANCE STICKER                           75            75          100           100               75             29              100
101-00000-4638                      MISC. SALES CHARGE/REFUSE              159,010       257,044      318,000       318,000          257,044        302,252          318,000
101-00000-4642                      LIEN LOOK UPS                           14,325        17,455       12,000        12,000           17,455         16,400           12,000
101-00000-4643                      SOCCER                                     200           -            -             -                -                               -
101-00000-4644                      DOWNTOWN PARKING                           -           1,650          -              50            1,650            800               50
101-00000-4648                      FALSE ALARM FEES/POLICE                 10,365         6,780        7,000         7,000            6,780          5,625            7,000
101-00000-4649                      CEMETERY-MISC. INCOME                   14,547        16,383       16,000        25,000           16,383         33,214           25,000
101-00000-4650                      DOWNTOWN SOCIAL DISTRICT                   -             -            -           4,231              -            5,681            4,231
101-00000-4651                      REIMBURSEMENT LOT MOWING                 1,067           124        5,000         5,000              124            -              5,000
101-00000-4652                      MUSK HEIGHTS ZONING                     10,465         5,670       11,000         9,000            5,670          6,055            9,000
101-00000-4654                      FIRE RESPONSE FEE                       11,500           870        6,000         6,000              870          7,480            6,000
101-00000-4655                      PAID BEACH PARKING                                   146,821      200,000       500,000          146,821        423,273          500,000
101-00000-4656                      SITE PLAN REVIEW                         6,900         7,600        6,500         6,000            7,600          8,700            6,000
101-00000-4657                      COLUMBARIUM NICHE                          900           -            -             900              -              900              900
101-00000-4658                      IMPOUND FEES                            39,470        38,293       37,000        40,000           38,293         43,392           40,000
101-00000-4659                      CODE ENFORCEMENT LABOR                  30,323        25,990       30,000        30,000           25,990         24,504           30,000
101-00000-4660                      MISC RECREATION INCOME                  10,829         6,984        4,500        13,500            6,984         13,350           13,500
101-00000-4661                      LEASE GREAT LAKES NAVAL MEMORIAL           -             -         15,000           -                -              -                -
101-00000-4665                      LEASE BILLBOARDS                         6,800         6,800        6,800         6,800            6,800          2,000            6,800
101-00000-4666                      SNOW PLOWING -DOWNTOWN BID              68,500        48,500       68,750        68,750           48,500         24,050           68,750
101-00000-4669                      SMITH RYERSON                           13,643         5,302       12,000         6,000            5,302          9,818            6,000
101-00000-4670                      PICNIC SHELTER                          19,322         4,877       22,000        10,000            4,877         11,543           10,000
101-00000-4671                      MCGRAFT PARK                            96,084        44,637       97,000        55,000           44,637         46,448           55,000
101-00000-4672                      SAFEBUILT LOT MOWING                     5,108         1,685        5,000         6,000            1,685          5,536            6,000
101-00000-4673                      RENTAL - CENTRAL DISPATCH               45,292        56,772       54,000        96,319           56,772         92,481           96,319
101-00000-4674                      RENTAL - CITY HALL                      15,000        24,783       15,000        15,000           24,783         29,060           15,000
101-00000-4676                      SAFEBUILT - TRASH PICKUP                 3,938         2,702        2,500         4,000            2,702          3,799            4,000
101-00000-4677                      RENT                                       -             -          6,000           -                -              -                -
101-00000-4678                      PLANNING DEPT ENFORCEMENT                  100           -          1,000           -                -              -                -
101-00000-4679                      CODE ENFORCEMENT ADMIN                  26,191        27,179       30,000        30,000           27,179         22,571           30,000
101-00000-4690                      KITCHEN 242 RENTAL                         -             400          -             -                400            -                -
101-00000-4701                      INCOME TAX-PENALTY & INTEREST          207,424       201,614      200,000       260,000          201,614        277,358          280,000
101-00000-4702                      DELINQUENT FEES                         16,790        18,123       20,000        20,000           18,123         14,613           20,000
101-00000-4704                      PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES                 7,681         7,991        5,000        11,000            7,991         11,264           11,000
101-00000-4706                      LATE FEE ON INVOICES OVER 45 DAYS        3,835         3,015        6,000         6,000            3,015          4,090            6,000
101-00000-4708                      LATE FEE ON RENTAL REGISTRATION         13,995        13,233        7,500         7,500           13,233         13,930            7,500
101-00000-4751                      CIVIL INFRACTIONS                       30,776        21,978       15,000        15,000           21,978         16,267           15,000
101-00000-4754                      TRAFFIC FINES & FEES                    57,782        76,543       55,000       140,000           76,543        144,618          140,000
101-00000-4755                      COURT FEES                             137,732        83,061      120,000        90,000           83,061         85,289           90,000
101-00000-4758                      CRITICAL DUNE FEES                       1,100        15,700          -           3,000           15,700          3,700            3,000
                                                                  BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                     GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                  GL NUMBER                                                                 2018-19        2019-20           2020-21      2020-21       JUNE 30, 2020      JUNE 30, 2021       2020-21
                      AND                                                                   ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY         ORIGINAL     AMENDED           ACTUAL            ACTUAL         4th QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                               DESCRIPTION                                               BUDGET        BUDGET          EXPENSES           EXPENSE        REFORECAST
101-00000-4800                                   MISC. & SUNDRY                                 26,751          6,284           12,000        12,000           6,284              8,095           12,000
101-00000-4802                                   REIMB:DEMOS AND BOARD-UPS                      79,956          6,941           45,000        45,000           6,941             10,997           45,000
101-00000-4803                                   CDBG PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENTS                   252,901        475,892          503,967       416,984         475,892                -            416,984
101-00000-4805                                   CONTRIBUTIONS                                   2,046          4,075           20,000         8,000           4,075             43,203            8,000
101-00000-4806                                   BIKE/PROPERTY AUCTIONS-POLICE                     -           28,818            1,000         1,000          28,818                385            1,000
101-00000-4811                                   FISHERMANS LANDING REIMBURSEMENT                  -           24,842           17,500        17,500          24,842             23,706           17,500
101-00000-4814                                   PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS                            3,856            219           14,500         1,000             219                 10            1,000
101-00000-4816                                   MARIHUANA STREETSCAPING DONATIONS                                                            57,000                             58,225           57,000
101-00000-4818                                   RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                            5,829          4,555            1,000         2,500            4,555             2,997            2,500
101-00000-4820                                   LOCAL MARIHUANA SOCIAL EQUITY DONATIONS                                                       2,500                              1,250            2,500
101-00000-4821                                   CONTRIBUTIONS/GRANTS                              -           17,327              -         433,580          17,327            433,580          433,580
101-00000-4823                                   CONTRIBUTIONS - DISC GOLF COURSE IMPROVE          -              825              -           2,300             825              2,300            2,300
101-00000-4825                                   CONTRIBUTIONS - VETERAN'S PARK MAINT              -           16,811           18,500        18,500          16,811             12,904           18,500
101-00000-4828                                   DONATION - POLICE DEPT                          3,420            -                -             -               -                                   -
101-00000-4829                                   COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GRANT - MCGRAFT PAR        9,892          9,982           10,000        10,000           9,982              10,144          10,000
101-00000-4841                                   GRANT: COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                    15,000            -                -          25,534             -                   -            25,534
101-00000-4902                                   OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE                162,000        180,000          175,000       200,000         180,000                 -           200,000
101-00000-4903                                   OP. TRANS FROM DEBT SERVICE                    40,000         40,000           50,000        50,000          40,000              45,833          50,000
101-00000-4904                                   OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                 5,989            -                -         225,000             -                               225,000
101-00000-4961                                   BOND PROCEEDS                                     -              -                -       5,983,399             -             7,068,674       5,983,399
101-00000-4970                                   INTEREST INCOME                               108,155        153,092          100,000       100,000         153,092              93,074         100,000
101-00000-4971                                   GAIN ON INVESTMENT                            344,122        193,005              -        (100,000)        193,005             (94,621)       (100,000)
101-00000-4980                                   SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                              -              -                -             -               -                                   -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                                    28,754,049     29,653,430       28,477,855    36,773,402      29,653,430         35,898,628       37,693,402

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                    28,754,049     29,653,430       28,477,855    36,773,402      29,653,430         35,898,628       37,693,402


EXPENDITURES
Dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                            72,017         76,738           77,042       77,000            76,738             72,670          77,000
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                          434          9,539              600          150             9,539              9,671          10,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            7,216            416            1,000          500               416              1,366           1,500
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                                  3,561          3,580            4,000        5,500             3,580              4,947           5,500
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 5,665          3,626            3,000          600             3,626                648             600
 Totals for dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION                                                        88,892         93,898           85,642       83,750            93,898             89,302          94,600

Dept 10102 - CITY PROMOTIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                        9,113          8,393            8,000         8,000            8,393              6,808           8,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           72,473         83,916           50,000        50,000           83,916             48,213          50,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                                    304            100              -             -                100                 55             -
 Totals for dept 10102 - CITY PROMOTIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS                                     81,890         92,409           58,000        58,000           92,409             55,076          58,000

Dept 10145 - CITY ATTORNEY
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                          -              945              -            -                945                959              -
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          345,538        372,974          380,000      380,000          372,974            366,194          380,000
 Totals for dept 10145 - CITY ATTORNEY                                                         345,538        373,919          380,000      380,000          373,919            367,153          380,000

Dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                           353,450        402,026          412,310      400,000          402,026            377,847          400,000
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                        4,452          5,256            4,500        4,500            5,256              4,921            5,500
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           16,336         13,455           15,000       15,000           13,455             10,259           13,500
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                                  5,581          8,952            9,000        5,000            8,952              5,147            6,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   -            2,850            1,200        2,600            2,850              2,620            2,800
 Totals for dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER                                                          379,819        432,538          442,010      427,100          432,538            400,793          427,800

Dept 10875 - CONTRIBUTIONS
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                               -           84,897              -            -             84,897                -                -
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          384,968        301,882          425,363      415,510          301,882            442,923          568,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                                    -              -                -            -                -                  -                -
 Totals for dept 10875 - CONTRIBUTIONS                                                         384,968        386,779          425,363      415,510          386,779            442,923          568,000

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

Dept 20215 - CITY CLERK
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                           437,884        513,996          532,396      508,500          513,996            469,142          508,500
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                       46,571         70,665           55,410       52,000           70,665             47,215           52,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           45,716         30,395           22,321       20,000           30,395              9,068           20,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                                  6,638          3,401           10,175        3,500            3,401              2,396            3,500
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 5,439          3,282            2,500        1,500            3,282              1,021            1,500
 Totals for dept 20215 - CITY CLERK                                                            542,248        621,739          622,802      585,500          621,739            528,842          585,500

Dept 20220 - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (formerly CIVIL SERVICE)
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                            58,350         78,045           83,437       77,600           78,045             72,345           77,600
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                        2,253            366            1,000          500              366                313              500
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          118,895        133,652          130,000      150,000          133,652            123,033          150,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                                 15,778         10,582           10,000        6,000           10,582              5,531            6,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   -              -                -          2,000              -                  -              2,000
 Totals for dept 20220 - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS                                                    195,275        222,645          224,437      236,100          222,645            201,221          236,100

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

Dept 30202 - FINANCE ADMINSTRATION
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                           471,394        497,850          554,541      519,000          497,850            466,557          519,000
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                        2,570          7,033            4,000        3,000            7,033              2,589            3,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           95,770         77,157           76,294       95,000           77,157            105,952          120,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                                    930            121              706          -                121                  8              -
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   141          5,601            5,000        5,000            5,601              5,177            5,000
 Totals for dept 30202 - FINANCE ADMINSTRATION                                                 570,805        587,761          640,541      622,000          587,761            580,283          647,000
                                                                BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                   GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                  GL NUMBER                                                       2018-19        2019-20         2020-21       2020-21      JUNE 30, 2020   JUNE 30, 2021      2020-21
                      AND                                                         ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL      AMENDED          ACTUAL         ACTUAL        4th QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                              DESCRIPTION                                    BUDGET         BUDGET         EXPENSES        EXPENSE       REFORECAST

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                            SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                             2,267,000             -         2,009,896      2,267,000
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                              -              -           -       2,267,000             -         2,009,896      2,267,000

Dept 30205 - INCOME TAX
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                 262,850        243,103        289,720       273,837         243,103         250,829         273,837
5200                                             SUPPLIES                             11,650         14,160         13,500        14,000          14,160          13,852          14,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 84,372        103,250         91,000        95,000         103,250         104,848         120,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                          512            513          1,000         1,000             513              45           1,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       3,210          2,948          5,000         5,000           2,948           4,308           5,000
 Totals for dept 30205 - INCOME TAX                                                  362,595        363,974        400,220       388,837         363,974         373,882         413,837

Dept 30209 - CITY ASSESSOR
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                   1,988          2,520          4,000         4,000           2,520           1,069           4,000
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                -              226            -             -               226              39             -
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                333,771        255,412        345,000       345,000         255,412         347,646         345,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                          219             80            -             -                80             -               -
 Totals for dept 30209 - CITY ASSESSOR                                               335,977        258,238        349,000       349,000         258,238         348,753         349,000

Dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION
5100                                            SALARIES & BENEFITS                  376,186        422,268        423,926       431,963         422,268         399,156         431,963
5200                                            SUPPLIES                                 133          1,248          1,000         1,000           1,248             906           1,000
5300                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  32,422         44,128         34,000        34,000          44,128          40,852          44,000
5400                                            OTHER EXPENSES                         2,789            868         12,000         1,000             868             860           1,000
5700                                            CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      138,987         67,441         60,000        60,000          67,441          34,663          50,000
 Totals for dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION                          550,516        535,954        530,926       527,963         535,954         476,437         527,963

Dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                 391,308        417,573        441,223       441,377         417,573         380,854         441,377
5200                                             SUPPLIES                             71,090         69,755         80,000        80,000          69,755          65,201          80,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 97,390         99,666        100,000       110,000          99,666         110,861         111,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                        1,326            550          2,000         2,000             550             893           2,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         348          1,634          2,600         3,000           1,634           2,864           3,000
 Totals for dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER                                              561,463        589,178        625,823       636,377         589,178         560,673         637,377

Dept 30805 - L C WALKER ADMINISTRATION
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 13,510         23,654             -             -            23,654          13,386
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         -              -               -             -               -               -
5900                                             OTHER FINANCING USES                    -              -               -             -               -               -
 Totals for dept 30805 - L C WALKER ADMINISTRATION                                    13,510         23,654             -             -            23,654          13,386            -

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

Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    750            750            -             -               750             750             -
5900                                             OTHER FINANCING USES                230,101        450,061        445,100       445,100         450,061         541,914         545,000
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                                230,851        450,811        445,100       445,100         450,811         542,664         545,000

Dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
5900                                            OTHER FINANCING USES               1,121,486      1,492,500        740,000      1,505,000       1,492,500        408,008       1,555,000
 Totals for dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS                                  1,121,486      1,492,500        740,000      1,505,000       1,492,500        408,008       1,555,000

Dept 40301 - POLICE DEPARTMENT
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS               8,773,682      9,234,308      9,612,485      8,493,263      9,234,308        8,012,542      8,493,263
5200                                             SUPPLIES                             87,822        122,765         95,000        140,000        122,765          141,540        145,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                956,037        988,267      1,001,205      1,001,205        988,267        1,002,180      1,003,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                       37,764         19,583         24,000         20,000         19,583           11,074         20,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      10,501         80,737         34,000         34,000         80,737           28,171         34,000
 Totals for dept 40301 - POLICE DEPARTMENT                                         9,865,805     10,445,659     10,766,690      9,688,468     10,445,659        9,195,506      9,695,263

Dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES
101-40333-5350                                   POLICE INVESTIGATIONS                       -              -           -             -               -               -
 Totals for dept 40333 - POLICE DRUG FORFEITURES                                             -              -           -             -               -               -              -

Dept 50336 - FIRE DEPARTMENT
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS               3,516,367      3,805,443       2,862,645     2,600,500       3,805,443       2,199,066      2,600,500
5200                                             SUPPLIES                            220,595        277,979         164,200       168,000         277,979         171,141        175,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                141,520        133,856         205,715       205,715         133,856         118,235        205,715
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                       15,264          5,599          22,400        22,400           5,599          10,229         22,400
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      22,039         63,472          30,800       120,000          63,472         111,479        120,000
 Totals for dept 50336 - FIRE DEPARTMENT                                           3,915,785      4,286,349       3,285,760     3,116,615       4,286,349       2,610,150      3,123,615

Dept 50338 - NEW CENTRAL FIRE STATION
5200                                              SUPPLIES                               -              -              -             -                -             3,267            -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                73,263         67,524         75,000        75,000           67,524          59,250         75,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        -              -              -             -                                               -
 Totals for dept 50338 - NEW CENTRAL FIRE STATION                                     73,263         67,524         75,000        75,000           67,524          62,517         75,000

Dept 50387 - BUILDING CODE INSPECTIONS AND ENFORCEMENT
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                 167,963        168,764         178,210       163,815         168,764         147,180        163,815
5200                                             SUPPLIES                             14,874         19,137          20,000        20,000          19,137           9,546         20,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              2,041,765      1,808,797       2,151,050     1,800,000       1,808,797       1,429,399      1,800,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                          145             22             100           100              22             -              100
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         -              -               -             -               -                              -
 Totals for dept 50387 - CODE INSPECTIONS AND ENFORCEMENT                          2,224,747      1,996,720       2,349,360     1,983,915       1,996,720       1,586,124      1,983,915

Dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                  50,431         79,304         78,652        80,000          79,304          74,740          80,000
5200                                             SUPPLIES                             18,705         26,582         29,700        29,700          26,582          16,704          29,700
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                187,145        157,936        165,550       165,550         157,936         147,983         165,550
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                          -              142            500           500             142             -               500
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      60,587         45,424         21,000        40,000          45,424          28,875          40,000
 Totals for dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE                                       316,868        309,388        295,402       315,750         309,388         268,302         315,750

Dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE
                                                                  BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                     GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                  GL NUMBER                                                         2018-19          2019-20         2020-21       2020-21      JUNE 30, 2020   JUNE 30, 2021       2020-21
                      AND                                                           ACTIVITY         ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL      AMENDED          ACTUAL         ACTUAL         4th QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                DESCRIPTION                                      BUDGET         BUDGET         EXPENSES        EXPENSE        REFORECAST
5100                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                      35,053           25,321         37,939        37,542           25,321          28,506          37,542
5200                                           SUPPLIES                                 13,422           15,599          8,600        10,100           15,599           7,300          10,100
5300                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     24,741           40,129         45,000        38,000           40,129          44,574          50,000
 Totals for dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE                                          73,216           81,049         91,539        85,642           81,049          80,380          97,642

Dept 60448 - STREET LIGHTING
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 -                -              -             -                                                -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 551,818          390,116        350,000       350,000         390,116         327,263          350,000
 Totals for dept 60448 - STREET LIGHTING                                               551,818          390,116        350,000       350,000         390,116         327,263          350,000

Dept 60523 - SANITATION
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                   43,718           43,066          37,799        37,262          43,066          31,512          37,262
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 307              -               -             -               -                               -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               2,063,521        2,172,962       2,230,000     2,230,000       2,172,962       1,758,831       2,230,000
 Totals for dept 60523 - SANITATION                                                  2,107,545        2,216,029       2,267,799     2,267,262       2,216,029       1,790,343       2,267,262

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

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

Dept 70276 - CEMETERIES
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                   85,902          127,486        192,964       164,000         127,486         141,094          164,000
5200                                              SUPPLIES                               9,999           11,603         11,550        14,050          11,603          11,657           14,050
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 323,226          248,546        274,883       274,883         248,546         129,119          274,883
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                           229              481            500           500             481             298              500
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       20,775           41,751         19,000        19,000          41,751          19,121           20,000
 Totals for dept 70276 - CEMETERIES                                                    440,130          429,867        498,897       472,433         429,867         301,289          473,433

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

Dept 70585 - PARKING OPERATIONS
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                      -             12,141             -         10,000           12,141          12,866          14,000
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 -                244             -            200              244             236             200
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   2,393           17,532             -         72,000           17,532          66,464          72,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          -                606             -                             606              17
 Totals for dept 70585 - PARKING OPERATIONS                                              2,393           30,524             -         82,200           30,524          79,583          86,200

Dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                          -                -           -             -               -               -               -
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                     -                -           -             -               -               -               -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -                -           -             -               -               639             -
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -                -           -             -               -               -               -
 Totals for dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT                                                       -                -           -             -               -               639             -

Dept 70751 - PARKS MAINTENANCE
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                  606,774          723,674         712,937       640,500         723,674         625,437         640,500
5200                                              SUPPLIES                             161,874          139,958         162,515       154,841         139,958         119,734         154,841
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 866,264          859,656         867,148       915,063         859,656         642,848         915,063
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                           672            1,192           1,400         1,000           1,192             364           1,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       40,639          148,963          88,600        88,600         148,963          29,008          88,600
 Totals for dept 70751 - PARKS MAINTENANCE                                           1,676,222        1,873,443       1,832,600     1,800,004       1,873,443       1,417,392       1,800,004

Dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                   52,478            3,599         23,075        23,075            3,599         26,193           28,000
5200                                              SUPPLIES                               8,821              131          2,900         5,000              131          6,735            7,500
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  72,274           14,558         47,000        44,600           14,558         36,436           44,600
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          -                -           50,000        50,000              -           38,266           50,000
 Totals for dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK                                                 133,573           18,288        122,975       122,675           18,288        107,630          130,100

Dept 70771 - FORESTRY
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                     -            -               -            -                -               616             -
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                      92          656             -          5,000              656             536           1,000
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -            -               -         50,000              -            54,975          60,000
 Totals for dept 70771 - FORESTRY                                                               92          656             -         55,000              656          56,127          61,000

Dept 70775 - GENERAL RECREATION
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 -                -               -             -               -               -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  12,050            1,928             -             -             1,928             (39)
 Totals for dept 70775 - GENERAL RECREATION                                             12,050            1,928             -             -             1,928             (39)            -

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

Dept 70863 -FAMERS & FLEA MARKET
5100                                            SALARIES & BENEFITS                        139              170             -             -               170              82
5200                                            SUPPLIES                                   -                -               -             -               -
5300                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        72               34             -             -                34              17
5400                                            OTHER EXPENSES                             -                -               -             -               -
5700                                            CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            -                -               -             -               -
 Totals for dept 70863 - FARMERS AND FLEA MARKET                                           210              204             -             -               204              99             -

Dept 80387 - NEIGHBORHOOD & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
5100                                        SALARIES & BENEFITS                                -            -               -             -               -
5200                                        SUPPLIES                                           -            -               -             -               -
5300                                        CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               -          7,226             -             -             7,226              62
5400                                        OTHER EXPENSES                                     -            187             -             -               187
                                                                     BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                        GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                  GL NUMBER                                                            2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21      JUNE 30, 2020    JUNE 30, 2021       2020-21
                      AND                                                              ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL          ACTUAL         4th QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                  DESCRIPTION                                     BUDGET          BUDGET         EXPENSES         EXPENSE        REFORECAST
5700                                           CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    -          -              -               -               -
 Totals for dept 80387 - NEIGHBORHOOD & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES                                     -        7,413            -               -             7,413               62             -

Dept 80400 - PLANNING
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                      293,098        330,621        318,682        339,000         330,621          317,198          339,000
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                   3,796          8,267          4,525          9,100           8,267           25,184           30,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      55,665         29,593         74,050         55,000          29,593           73,821           80,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                             6,426         16,843         23,000         16,000          16,843           12,667           16,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           17,693         19,643         21,000         15,000          19,643           12,809           15,000
 Totals for dept 80400 - PLANNING                                                         376,679        404,968        441,257        434,100         404,968          441,680          480,000

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                                                                                        -              6,059
5200                                             SUPPLIES                                   3,796                -          -              -                               3,468             -
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       2,394                -       50,000         50,000              -             29,349          50,000
 Totals for dept 91116 - ADA PROJECT 2011-2012                                              6,190                -       50,000         50,000              -             38,877          50,000

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

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

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

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

Dept 91827 - IMPROVEMENT AT SMITH RYERSON
5300                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        7,284        117,123            -               -          117,123               -               -
 Totals for dept 91827 - IMPROVEMENT AT SMITH RYERSON                                       7,284        117,123            -               -          117,123               -               -

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

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

DEPT 92019 - CITY HALL LED, BOILER, AND MISC
5300                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          -          -              -              -                -             19,358             -
5700                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                               -       11,660            -           35,000           11,660              280          35,000
 Totals for dept 92019 - CITY HALL LED, BOILER, AND MISC                                          -       11,660            -           35,000           11,660           19,638          35,000

Dept 92025 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2019
5700                                            CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   -        3,966                -           -              3,966              -               -
 Totals for dept 92025 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2019                                                 -        3,966            -               -             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                                                                       -                -           128,730              -
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  -              -              -      433,580               -           222,254         433,580
 Totals for dept 92042 - CTCL ELECTION GRANT                                                      -              -          -          433,580              -           409,432          433,580

Dept 92043 - AAMODT PARK PLAYGROUND/PAVILLON
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             -              -              -      130,000               -            96,439         130,000
 Totals for dept 92043 - AAMODT PARK                                                              -              -          -          130,000              -             96,439         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                              -              -              -       655,026              -            55,026         655,026
 Totals for dept 92047 - CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT BONDS 2020                                           -              -          -          655,026              -             55,026         655,026

Dept 92048 - CENTRAL DISPATCH PROJECT
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 -              -              -     2,500,000              -          2,346,087       2,500,000
 Totals for dept 92048 - CENTRAL DISPATCH PROJECT                                                 -              -          -         2,500,000             -          2,346,087       2,500,000

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

Dept 92050 - JAG GRANT 2020
                                                               BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                  GENERAL FUND FY2021-22 BUDGET
                  GL NUMBER                                                      2018-19          2019-20            2020-21          2020-21        JUNE 30, 2020    JUNE 30, 2021       2020-21
                      AND                                                        ACTIVITY         ACTIVITY          ORIGINAL         AMENDED            ACTUAL          ACTUAL         4th QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                             DESCRIPTION                                         BUDGET            BUDGET           EXPENSES         EXPENSE        REFORECAST
5300                                           LEGAL FEES                                   -                -                 -           17,866               -              5,000           17,866
 Totals for dept 92050 - JAG GRANT 2020                                                     -                -               -            17,866               -              5,000           17,866

Dept 92101 - POLICE BODY CAMERAS
5300                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -                -                 -          490,000               -           227,967          490,000
 Totals for dept 92101 - POLICE BODY CAMERAS                                                -                -               -           490,000               -           227,967          490,000

Dept 92105 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2020
5300                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        -                -                 -           22,189               -            18,225           22,189
 Totals for dept 92105 - MENTAL HEALTH BALANCE 2020                                         -                -               -            22,189               -             18,225           22,189

Dept 92106 - BEACH STREET EXPANDED PARKING
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -                -                 -           30,000               -            29,226           30,000
 Totals for dept 92106 - BEACH STREET EXPANDED PARKING                                      -                -               -            30,000               -             29,226           30,000

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

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

Dept 99152 - DOJ JAG GRANT MUSKEGON HEIGHTS
5300                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 14,929                  -               -            12,290                -            12,515           12,290
 Totals for dept 99152 - DOJ JAG GRANT MUSKEGON HEIGHTS                              14,929                  -               -            12,290               -             12,515           12,290

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                             28,643,929.83    30,258,785.74      28,871,143.00    37,006,217.00    30,258,786.18    31,722,408.92    37,461,277.00



NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 101                                              110,119         (605,356)          (393,288)        (232,815)        (605,357)      4,176,219           232,125
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                           6,687,516        6,797,635          6,192,279        6,192,279        6,797,635       6,192,279         6,192,279
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                              6,797,635        6,192,279          5,798,992        5,959,464        6,192,279      10,368,498         6,424,404
                                BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                  ADDITIONAL DETAIL GENERAL FUND


                                                                                                            Original Budget                                                                   4th Quarter 
                          Agency            Actual FY2018‐19                 Actual 2019                         FY2020‐21                               Actual 6/15/21                        Reforecast
Muskegon Area Transit (MATS)                                    99,512                      99,512                     99,513                                             95,612                          130,979
Neighborhood Association Grants                               125,947                       66,684                   150,000                                            126,890                           150,000
YMCA                                                                        ‐                                                             ‐                             100,000                           100,000
Boys & Girls Club                                               30,000                      80,000                   100,000                                              77,681                            77,681
Muskegon Public Schools Youth Recreation                        20,000                      20,000                     20,000                                             20,000                            20,000
Port City Football                                                5,000                       5,000                        5,000                                                     ‐                                 ‐
Muskegon Area First                                             45,660                      10,000                                 ‐                                                 ‐                                 ‐
Veterans Memorial Day Costs                                     10,163                        5,335                        7,000                                                     ‐                        7,000
Downtown Muskegon Now                                           37,500                                  ‐                                 ‐                                          ‐                                 ‐
West Michigan Lake Hawks                                          5,400                       4,500                        4,500                                                     ‐                                 ‐
Lakeside Business District                                        2,500                                 ‐                        2,500                                      3,750                             5,000
Latinos Working for the Future                                                                1,000                        1,000                                                     ‐                                 ‐
community Encompass 3rd Street Mural                                                          6,000                        6,000                                                     ‐                        6,000
Cogic Community Center                                                                           250                           250                                                   ‐                            250
211 Service                                                       2,500                       2,500                        2,500                                            2,500                             2,500
Harmony Park ‐ Rotary                                                                                                                                                     10,000                            10,000
Muskegon Museum of Art Expansion                                                                                                        25,000                                            
Community Foundation DEI Taskforce                                                                                                                                                                          25,000
Public Art Hubert Massey Mural                                                                                                                                                                              25,000
MLK Diversity Program                                                                       1,100                        1,100                               ‐                                                1,100
Muskegon Area Loabor Management (MALMC)                                     ‐                                            1,000                               ‐                                                1,000
Black Business Expo                                                                                                                                      2,490                                                2,490
Steelhead Scuplture                                                                                                               ‐                      4,000                                                4,000
Support to Outside Agencies                                   384,182                   301,881                   425,363                  442,923                                                        568,000




                                                                                                                     Original Budget                       Actual Thru                       3rd Quarter 
                      Fund                    Actual 2018‐19                      Actual 2019‐20                         2020‐21                           3/31/2021                         Reforecast
Major Street Fund                                             250,000                                           ‐
Local Street Fund                                                           ‐                     250,000                             100,000                                                             100,000
Farmers Market Fund                                             35,000                              45,000                              55,000                                                            105,000
Mercy Health Arena Fund                                       475,000                             800,000                             235,000                                                             700,000
LDFA Debt Service Fund ( Smartzone)                           360,000                             360,000                             350,000                  111,275                                    350,000
DDA Debt Service Fund                                                       ‐                                                                       ‐                               ‐                                  ‐
Public Improvement Fund                                                                                                                                                                                     50,000
Tree Replacement Fund                                                                                 7,500
State Grants Fund                                                                                   10,000
Community Development Block Grant Fund
Public Service Building                                                                                                                                                                                   200,000
Engineering Services Fund                                                   ‐                     20,000                                 ‐                                                                  50,000
General Insurance Fund
                                                          1,120,000               1,492,500                   740,000                  111,275               1,555,000
BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 4TH QUARTER REFORECAST 2020-21 BUDGET
                                

                            GL NUMBER                                                            2018-19        2019-20         2020-21        2020-21       March 31 2020       March 31 2021          2020-21
                                AND                                                              ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL       AMENDED          ACTUAL              ACTUAL            4th QUARTER
                      BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                              DESCRIPTION                                           BUDGET          BUDGET          EXPENSE            EXPENSES           REFORECAST
Fund 254 - MERCY HEALTH ARENA

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
254-00000-4400                                             STATE GRANT                                    -              -              -           40,000                -                   -                 -
254-00000-4610                                             ANNEX REVENUE                             69,620         69,552         70,000           60,000           19,824              (6,607)                -
254-00000-4619                                             MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                  38,608         10,949         10,000            1,000            3,949                 239               250
254-00000-4639                                             RAD DADS                                  89,808        142,683         50,000          100,000           25,000              15,000           145,000
254-00000-4640                                             TICKET SURCHARGE                               -         31,589         35,000            7,500           31,589               2,229             7,500
254-00000-4643                                             VIP COMPENSATION                                         10,054          7,500            1,500            5,703                   -                 -
254-00000-4646                                             CONCESSIONS FOOD                              90         74,207         85,000           25,000           70,035              14,397            35,000
254-00000-4647                                             MERCHANDISE - ARENA                       40,197         22,945         42,000            4,000           22,454                   -             1,500
254-00000-4651                                             REIMBURSEMENT                                330          3,112              -                -            3,112             (59,810)                -
254-00000-4665                                             ADVERTISING REVENUE                       62,000        106,000        124,000          124,000            6,000               6,000           106,000
254-00000-4666                                             PARKING LOT RENTAL - WESTERN AVENUE       21,360         24,103         24,000            4,000           24,103               5,005            10,000
254-00000-4667                                             PARKING LOT RENTAL                        17,663         10,902         12,000           12,000           10,902                 335               500
254-00000-4677                                             RENT                                     259,325        143,976        215,000          202,278           94,500              70,780           133,226
254-00000-4691                                             ARENA EVENT REVENUE                      104,660        179,191        230,000           25,000          178,909              30,866            90,000
254-00000-4692                                             ARENA MAINTENANCE CHARGE                       -            762              -                -              142                   -
254-00000-4695                                             SHOP RENTAL                                  702              -          1,000                -                -                   -                  -
254-00000-4696                                             CONCESSION NON ALCHOLIC                  220,197         49,138         60,000           22,000           48,678               6,404             18,000
254-00000-4697                                             ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE                       204,799        119,539        180,000           30,000          117,469              18,934             40,000
254-00000-4698                                             FLOOR/ICE HOCKEY RENTAL                  175,797        190,825        170,000          190,000          135,746             165,023            200,000
254-00000-4699                                             THIRD PARTY SALES/FOOD HUB                     -         40,010         45,000            3,000           40,010                   -                  -
254-00000-4800                                             MISC. & SUNDRY                             3,305          5,978          4,000            4,000            5,184               5,515              5,700
254-00000-4801                                             CASH OVER/SHORT                                9                             -                -                                                       -
254-00000-4802                                             REIMB: SERVICES RENDERED                   1,500         10,665              -           15,000            9,750              11,900             11,900
254-00000-4805                                             CONTRIBUTIONS                              4,100          6,250              -                -            6,250               4,868                  -
254-00000-4808                                             SALE OF PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT                 -                             -                -                                                       -
254-00000-4901                                             OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND              476,486        800,000        235,000          550,000                   -                   -         700,000
254-00000-4904                                             OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                -                             -                -                                                  40,000
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          1,544,576

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                          1,790,556      2,052,428      1,599,500        1,420,278          859,310             291,077          1,544,576


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70805 - MERCY HEALTH ARENA
5100                                                       SALARIES AND BENEFITS                     66,081        164,833        196,843          385,881          128,968             227,344            385,881
5200                                                       SUPPLIES                                 354,884        301,725        225,000          225,000          285,089             179,667            245,000
5300                                                       CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   1,310,152      1,322,263      1,090,000          670,000        1,179,947             457,564            700,000
5400                                                       OTHER EXPENSES                                 -          9,420              -           20,750            2,180              34,810             35,000
5700                                                       CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           74,579        246,686         50,000          100,000          182,370             164,673            125,000
 Totals for dept 70805 - L C WALKER ARENA                                                         1,805,697      2,044,927      1,561,843        1,401,631        1,778,554           1,064,058          1,490,881

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

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

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

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                1,805,697      2,047,522      1,561,843        1,412,561        1,778,554           1,079,879          1,501,811

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 254                                                             (15,141)         4,906         37,657           7,717          (919,244)           (788,802)           42,765
 BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                              43,252         28,112         33,018          33,018            33,018              33,018            28,112
 ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                 28,112         33,018         70,675          40,735          (886,226)           (755,784)           70,877
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 4/22/21                      Title: Rezoning of 1747 7th St

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                            Department: Planning

Brief Summary: Request to rezone the property at 1747 7th St from I-2, General Industrial to B-4,
General Business, by Muskegon Rescue Mission.



Detailed Summary: The Planning Commission unanimously voted in favor of recommending
approval of the rezoning to the City Commission.



Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the request to rezone the property at



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 Excerpt

SUMMARY

  1. The property measures 1.2 acres and has frontage on 7th St and Park St.
  2. The Muskegon Rescue Mission is requesting a rezoning to B-4, General Business, in order to develop the
     property as a center for social services, childcare and training.
  3. The property is adjacent to the Rescue Missions shelter at 400 W Laketon Ave.
  4. 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




                                                Aerial Map
                                               CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                          MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                                                  ORDINANCE NO.


   An ordinance to amend the zoning map of the City to provide for a zone change for 1747 7th St from I-2, General
                                      Industrial to B-4, General Business



THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:


The zoning map of the City of Muskegon is hereby amended to change the zoning for 1747 7th St from I-2, General
Industrial to B-4, General Business.
CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 PART OF BLKS 450 460 & LARCH AVE VAC COM AT NE COR
BLK 460 TH N 45.95 FT TH W 186.7 FT TH N 64.3 FT TH W 13.25 FT TH N 2.15 FT TH W 148.72 FT TO W LINE
BLK 450 AT A PT 303.27 FT S OF NW COR SAID BLK TH S TO N LINE GT R/W TH SELY ALONG SAID R/W TO
E LINE BLK 460 TH N TO BEG



This ordinance adopted:

Ayes:

Nayes:

Adoption Date:

Effective Date:

First Reading:

Second Reading:



                                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                             By: __________________________

                                                              Ann Meisch, MMC

                                                              City Clerk
                               CERTIFICATE (Rezoning 1747 7th from I-2 to B-4)

The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon County, Michigan, does hereby
certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the City Commission on the 22nd day of June, at which meeting a quorum was
present and remained throughout, and that the original of said ordinance is on file in the records of the City of
Muskegon. I further certify that the meeting was conducted and public notice was given pursuant to and in full
compliance with the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Public Acts of Michigan No. 33 of 2006, and that minutes were kept
and will be or have been made available as required thereby.



DATED: ___________________, 2021       ________________________________

Ann Meisch, MMC

Clerk, City of Muskegon




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

                                                                 NOTICE OF ADOPTION



Please take notice that on June 22, 2021, the City Commission of the City of Muskegon adopted an ordinance
amending the zoning map to provide for the change of zoning for 1747 7th from I-2 to B-4:

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 PART OF BLKS 450 460 & LARCH AVE VAC COM AT NE COR
BLK 460 TH N 45.95 FT TH W 186.7 FT TH N 64.3 FT TH W 13.25 FT TH N 2.15 FT TH W 148.72 FT TO W LINE
BLK 450 AT A PT 303.27 FT S OF NW COR SAID BLK TH S TO N LINE GT R/W TH SELY ALONG SAID R/W TO
E LINE BLK 460 TH N TO BEG

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



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



Published ____________________, 2021                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON



By ___________________________

Ann Meisch, MMC

City Clerk



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PUBLISH ONCE WITHIN TEN (10) DAYS OF FINAL PASSAGE.


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

Commission Meeting Date: June 22nd, 2021                Title: Public Hearing – Drinking Water
                                                        Project Plan

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                 Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:
To host a public hearing relative to the updated City of Muskegon Project Plan for Drinking Water
upgrades. The plan highlights the next few years of improvement projects.


Detailed Summary:
Staff contracted with Prein & Newhof to complete a required update to our previous project plan which
is required to maintain eligibility for Drinking Water Revolving Fund (SRF) financing and grants. These
programs are used to finance a relatively large portion of our water and sewer work in recent years
including projects on Peck Street and Amity Avenue that are currently underway.

This plan represents and update to the previously published 2019 plan which includes a continuation
of many of the project identified in that plan, as well as a shift in future focus to include substantial
investments towards lead service line replacements within the city.

The project plan is currently available on the City website for review.

Prein & Newhof will offer a short presentation of the project plan and public comment on the plan is
encouraged.


Amount Requested: $0                                   Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion:
Close the Public Hearing, approve the drinking water system project plan, and authorize the Mayor
and Clerk to sign a resolution in support of the plan.

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For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                   A RESOLUTION ADOPTING A FINAL PROJECT PLAN
                      FOR WATER SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS AND
               DESIGNATING AN AUTHORIZED PROJECT REPRESENTATIVE



WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon recognizes the need to make improvements to its existing water
supply and distribution system; and

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon authorized Prein&Newhof to prepare a Project Plan, which
recommends improvements to provide a more reliable and resilient water supply and distribution system
including replacement of aging or undersized water mains, replacement of lead service lines, which can
cause elevated lead concentrations in homes, and replacement or rehabilitation of aging components of the
Water Filtration Plant and pumping stations; and

WHEREAS, said Project Plan was presented at a Public Hearing held on June 22, 2021 and all public
comments at the hearing or written comments submitted during the public comment period have been
considered and addressed.


NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City of Muskegon formally adopts said Project Plan
and agrees to implement the selected FY 2022 projects based on the selected alternatives for those
projects.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Director of Public Works, a position currently held by Leo
Evans, is designated as the authorized representative for all activities associated with the project
referenced above, including the submittal of said Project Plan as the first step in applying to the State of
Michigan for a Drinking Water Revolving Fund Loan to assist in the implementation of the selected
alternative.

Yeas:

Nays:

I certify that the above Resolution was adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon on June
22, 2021.


BY:     Ann Meisch, City Clerk


        ______________________________________________________________________________
        Signature                                           Date




                                                                                        (EQP 3530 REV 01/2015)
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 6/22/2021                    Title: Harbor 31 Viridian Shores Housing
                                                      Development Neighborhood Enterprise Zone
                                                      Hearing and Resolution

Submitted By: Jake Eckholm                            Department: Economic Development

Brief Summary: The development team at Harbor 31 has requested that the City of Muskegon
create a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone around certain parcels at the Harbor 31development site
intended for owner-occupied housing units.

Detailed Summary:
The developers have planned a multi-phase, multi-use buildout for the Harbor 31 site which
includes single family detached residential as well as owner-occupied townhomes. In order to
make these homes marketable due to the large amount of environmental mitigation required, the
developer has requested that an NEZ district be created so that future buyers can request
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone certificates for their respective home builds. The process laid out in
the attached resolution will comply with Public Act 147 of 1992 (NEZ Act) so that the City properly
notices taxing jurisdictions and holds the required public hearing in the time frames as stipulated.
The hearing has been properly noticed and taxing jurisdictions duly informed. The hearing tonight
and subsequent resolution, if passed, will create a district wherein owners of lots may request NEZ
certificates as incentive for new residential construction.

Amount Requested: $0                                 Amount Budgeted: N/A

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

Recommended Motion: Motion to approve the Resolution creating the Neighborhood Enterprise
Zone for the Viridian Shores Development at Harbor 31 as presented.



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Commission Action:
                                   City of Muskegon
                               Muskegon County, Michigan


                            RESOLUTION NO. __________


A Resolution approving a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone at Harbor 31

The City Commission of the City of Muskegon hereby resolves:

1. Public Act 147 of the Michigan Public Acts of 1992, MCL 207.771, et seq., the
   Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Act, provides for the establishment of Neighborhood
   Enterprise Zones exemption from ad valorem property taxes and levy of a specific
   property tax in lieu thereof on structures which qualify for certificates under the Act.

2. The City of Muskegon meets all the criteria set forth in Section 2 (d) (i) of the Act
   and therefore meets the distress criteria of the Act.

3. The City Commission hereby finds that the designation of areas within the City’s
   Neighborhood Enterprise Zones is consistent with the Master Plan of the City and
   with the City’s Neighborhood Preservation and Economic Development Goals.

4. The City has adopted a statement of its goals, objectives and policies relative to the
   maintenance, preservation, improvement, and development of housing for all persons
   regardless of income level living within the proposed Neighborhood Enterprise
   Zones.

5. That the City Commission desires to take advantage of the Neighborhood Enterprise
   Zone Act and recognizes the requirement that the designations of Neighborhood
   Enterprise Zones be approved by resolution adopted by it. Further the City
   recognizes and acknowledges that public notice and a prior public hearing have been
   accomplished.

6. The City Commission has adopted an amendment to its Housing Maintenance Code
   requiring that no sale of a property subject to a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone
   certificate may be finalized until compliance with local construction or safety codes
   has been accomplished.

NOW THERFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the following area is approved as a
Neighborhood Enterprise Zone for new facilities as defined within the Neighborhood
Enterprise Zone Act, and as allowed in accordance with section 3 (2) of the Act:

       [The description for the new facility zone are attached as     Exhibit        A]
This resolution passed.


Ayes___________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

Nays___________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________
________________________________________________________________________

                                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                 By___________________________
                                                       Ann Meisch, City Clerk




CERTIFICATE

       This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission, held on
___________, 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, City Clerk




                                   EXHIBIT A
(Site Plan Attached)
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                Title: Alley Vacation – Holbrook/Huizenga

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                            Department: Planning

Brief Summary: Request to vacate the alley north of Holbrook Ave and east of Huizenga St, by
Newkirk Electric Associates.




Detailed Summary: The Planning Commission unanimously recommended vacation of the alley as
requested with the condition that the applicant screen the existing storage areas with a wooden
privacy fence and remove all barbed wire.




Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To (approve/deny) the request to vacate the alley north of Holbrook Ave
and east of Huizenga St.



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Commission Action:
                                        Planning Commission Excerpt

SUMMARY

  1. This alley exists only on paper and does not function for traffic.
  2. The applicant owns both properties that are separated by the alley.
  3. The applicant is requesting to vacate the alley in order to expand outdoor operations.
  4. The area is zoned for industrial and is part of the Medendorp Industrial Park.
  5. Some of the outdoor storage areas are causing blight, visible from Laketon Ave, Roberts St and Keating
     Ave.
                                                 Aerial Map




STAFF RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends approval of the request, contingent upon the applicant screening storage areas with a wooden
privacy fence. It also appears that barbed wire, which is not allowed, has been installed on some of the newer
fences.
                                      CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                   RESOLUTION No.______________

                           RESOLUTION TO VACATE A PUBLIC ALLEY


WHEREAS, a petition has been received to vacate the alley north of Holbrook Ave and east of Huizenga
St; and
WHEREAS, the Planning Commission held a public hearing on June 10, 2021 to consider the petition and
subsequently recommended the vacation; and
WHEREAS, due notice had been given of said hearing as well as the June 22, 2021 City Commission
meeting to consider the recommendation of the Planning Commission;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the City Commission deems it advisable for the public
interest to vacate the alley north of Holbrook Ave and east of Huizenga St; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the City Commission does hereby declare the said alley vacated and
discontinued provided, however, that this action on the part of the City Commission shall not operate so
as to conflict with any fire access or the utility rights heretofore acquired by the City or by any public
service utility in the City of Muskegon, operating in, over and upon said portion of street hereby vacated,
and it is hereby expressly declared that any such rights shall remain in full force and effect;
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that after any maintenance and repair by the City, the city shall restore
the disturbed area to the grade and paving in existence at the time of vacation. The City shall not be
responsible to replace special planting, landscaping, fences or any structure. No structure shall be placed
in the vacated street which, in the sole judgment of the City, will interfere with the repair or maintenance
of utilities in the easement, public or private.
Adopted this 22nd day of June 2021.


       Ayes:


       Nays:


       Absent:


                                              By:
                                                    Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor



                                              Attest:
                                                     Ann Meisch, MMC, City Clerk
             CERTIFICATE (Vacation of the alley north of Holbrook Ave and east of Huizenga St)


I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the City
Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan, at a regular meeting held on June
22, 2021.




                                                     ______________________________
                                                     Ann Meisch, MMC
                                                     Clerk, City of Muskegon
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 6/22/21                      Title: Amendment to Harbour Towne PUD

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                            Department: Planning

Brief Summary: Request for an amendment to the Harbour Towne Planned Unit Development to
allow for a storage container to be placed at 3505 Marina View Point (Dockers).




Detailed Summary: A motion to recommend denial of the request was passed by the Planning
Commission by a 5-2 vote.

Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: Request for an amendment to the Harbour Towne Planned Unit
Development to allow for a storage container to be placed at 3505 Marina View Point.

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Commission Action:
                                 PLANNING COMMISSION EXCERPT


Hearing, Case 2021-18: Request for an amendment to the Harbour Towne Planned Unit Development to allow for
a storage container to be placed at 3505 Marina View Point (Dockers).
SUMMARY
   1. The property is part of the Harbour Towne Planned Unit Development (PUD).
   2. A storage building was not part of the original PUD, so it requires an amendment to the PUD.
   3. The container is currently located on site and was being used temporarily during construction. The
      applicant is now in need for permanent storage for the restaurant facility. The applicant is proposing to
      paint the container and add murals to it as well.
   4. The container is larger than 200 sf (320 sf), so the Inspections Department would require a building permit
      for it to become a permanent structure.
   5. Notice was sent to applicants within 300 feet of the property. At the time of this writing, staff had received
      one comment from Chris and Beth Cok, 1466 W Harbour Towne Cir who are opposed to a container and
      would prefer similar construction materials as used in the restaurant building.
   6. Please see the enclosed site plan and rendering.


                             Current Picture of Container. Trailer to be Removed.
                                       CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                       RESOLUTION #2021-
               RESOLUTION TO AMEND THE PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT FOR
                                 HARBOUR TOWNE

WHEREAS, a petition to amend the Planned Unit Development at 3505 Marina Point View 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 proposed amendment is to allow a storage container to be placed at Dockers Restaurant, 3505
Marina Point View; and

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the amendment to the final Planned Unit Development is hereby
approved.

Adopted this 22nd day of June 2021

       Ayes:

       Nays:

       Absent:

                                              By:
                                                    Stephen J. Gawron
                                                    Mayor

                                              Attest:
                                                        Ann Meisch
                                                        Clerk, City of Muskegon
                                           CERTIFICATE
                             (Amendment to PUD at 3505 Marina Point View)

         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 22nd day of June,
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
Case 2021-18: 3505 Marina View Point
I am a condo owner at 3710 Channel View Point. My driveway and entrance to my condo is in full view of the parking lot for
Dockers. We have been facing this very green container for the last few years at the east end of the parking lot along with the
garbage bins that are rarely kept up or clean.

I have no problem with a storage unit placed there, but should be hidden by fence or some barrier that would be representative of
the buildings around it so that we don’t have to look at the mess that’s there now every time we come home or leave my
condo. Dockers is open approximately 4 months a year. The containers and garbage area is in full view for 12 months a year. It
seems to me that the city would be very concerned about the looks that all people coming in and leaving the restaurant (4 months)
as well as all residents on Channel View Point (12 months) and Marina View Point (12 months) have to endure. Now this area is an
eyesore and it’s the 1st thing people see when coming into the establishment and/or our condos.

We need to keep the lakefront property in the best shape possible for all visitors coming to our city whether neighbors or
visitors. There is only one Lake Shore. Please make this area a pleasing site rather than the mess it looks now.

Thank you

Ken Bandstra



Dear Mike,


We are writing this letter to share the perspective of Harbour Towne Condominium Association (HTCA) related to the recent petition
for an amendment (Case# 2021-18) to the Lakeshore Recreational Planned Unit Development by Dockers Restaurant to allow a
shipping container to be placed at 3505 Marina View Point. Our Association is not taking a specific position on this petition,
however we are requesting that certain stipulations be included in any and all future amendments.


Those stipulations include the following:

        Any permanent structures have an exterior appearance consistent with the color and architecture of the existing Harbour
         Towne structures surrounding Dockers Restaurant.
        Permanent structures be maintained and landscaped to enhance the appearance of the surrounding area.
        Dumpster lids and the gates of the trash enclosure be kept closed to prevent nuisance animal related issues and street view
         visibility.
        Outdoor storage of used, seasonal or other nonbusiness related items such as truck toppers, old tables and chairs be
         prohibited.
        Adequate parking spaces be aligned to the restaurant’s capacity limits to allow for all patrons to park in designated parking
         spots and not on landscaped or dune scaped areas.

HTCA spends considerable monies each year to maintain the appearance of our buildings and surrounding landscape. The natural
look of our community and our location continues to keep us one of the most desired condominium communities on the lakeshore.
We continue to attract new residents and returning residents to the City of Muskegon. Having a seasonal restaurant within a short
walk of our homes is a positive attribute of our community and we support Dockers Restaurant’s continued success. We are asking
for the City of Muskegon and the Planning Commission to include the above stipulations as part of all future amendments to the
Harbour Towne LR-PUD to maintain the appearance and desirability of our development.


Sincerely,

Harbour Towne Condominium Association Board of Directors

Barb Vukits

President
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22nd, 2021               Title: YEP Partnership

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:
Staff is seeking authorization to enter into an agreement with Community Encompass through their
YEP (Youth Empowerment Program) to provide seasonal staffing services within the City.

Detailed Summary:
Staff has struggled to hire an adequate number of seasonal staff to provide the expected level of
services throughout the city. Staff anticipated a need to hire approximately 30-35 seasonal workers
within DPW to provide services primarily within the Parks and Cemetery Departments throughout the
peak tourist seasons in 2021. To date we have been able to fill approximately 15 of those vacancies
through our current contractual relationship with GoodTemps.

As such staff reached out to Community Encompass to see if there would be a possibility through the
YEP program for Community Encompass to provide crew(s) of workers that could be utilized to
perform seasonal duties that would normally be provided through GoodTemps staff.

Community Encompass was able to meet that commitment as outlined in the attached agreement
which would see approximately 10-12 kids employed through Community Encompass working for the
City of Muskegon in a seasonal capacity. Workers in this program are generally high school aged
students that do not meet the age requirements to be employed for the city through GoodTemps.

The employees in these positions would be assigned to light duties including mowing, weed whipping,
trash collection within the social district, bathroom cleaning, and other low-risk duties that would not
involve the use of heavy equipment or the operation of City vehicles. YEP Crews would consist of 3-4
workers and a crew supervisor. The crew supervisor would be responsible to work in partnership with
City DPW staff to identify and prioritize tasks throughout the work week.

Community Encompass would invoice the city for the labor expenses + markup in the same manner
that is done by GoodTemps.

Community Encompass will provide supervision and transportation for the workers. City will provide
equipment and supplies for use by the crews.

The cost of this program is already contained within the Contractual Services line items of multiple city
budgets and would not represent a cost increase to the city rather the cost would be deferred away
from expenses related to employing staff through GoodTemps. If fully utilized staff estimates the value
of this contract at approximately $100,000.
City staff supports this partnership as a way to help us achieve our proper staffing levels for the
summer season and maintain the expected level of service within the City. This program can also
serve as an introduction for students in the YEP program to learn about potential career paths within
the City and help us address the longer term systemic issues we have obtaining qualified applicants
for many of our positions.


Amount Requested: $100,000                           Amount Budgeted: $100,000

Fund(s) or Account(s):                               Fund(s) or Account(s):
101-70276/70751-5346                                 101-70276/70751-5346
(Cemeteries & Parks)                                 (Cemeteries & Parks)

Recommended Motion:
Authorize staff to enter into the attached agreement with Community Encompass to provide seasonal workers
through their YEP program.


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Commission Action:
                            CITY OF MUSKEGON
                     CONTRACT FOR TEMPORARY STAFFING
                                SERVICES

        This Agreement is effective on the 1st day of June 2021upon execution between
City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal corporation, of 933 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, MI 49443 (“City”) and Community enCompass, of 1105 Terrace Street,
Muskegon, MI 49444 (“Contractor”) with reference to the following facts:

                                            Background

    A.        City requested to have Community enCompass partner with the Public Works
              Department to maintain the parks and cemeteries throughout the city, but
              primarily within the McLaughlin and Nelson neighborhoods.

    B.        Contractor agreed to provide 10-15 youth with 1 supervisor per team of
              4-5 students. to support the public works department in maintaining the
              parks and cemeteries.

NOW, THEREFORE, for valuable consideration, the receipt and adequacy of
which is hereby acknowledged, the parties agree as follows:

This Agreement constitutes the Agreement between the parties and is the sole document
involved in providing the services listed.

In the event that there are inconsistencies within the Agreement, the Contractor shall
immediately notify the City, in writing, for a determination, interpretation,
clarification and/or prioritization of the inconsistencies.

         1.    Services. Contractor shall provide the following services

                         . Mowing and Trimming at the following locations:
                        a. City to list property names or a description of the area boundaries for   Formatted: Indent: Left: 1.36", Hanging: 0.2",
                           the workto be determined locations within the City, but primarily         Numbered + Level: 3 + Numbering Style: a, b, c, … +
                           focused within the Nelson and McLaughlin neighborhoods.                   Start at: 1 + Alignment: Left + Aligned at: -0.43" +
                                                                                                     Indent at: 0.07", Tab stops: 1.56", Left + Not at 1.58"
                                                                                                     Formatted: Font color: Red
                        •b.         Other additional light maintenance and cleaning services as
                              mutually agreed upon, but similar in nature to work performed by
                              City Seasonal Staff.

                        a.c.     During the months of June – August, the contractor will
                           provide up to 36 hours of labor per week per employee. During
Community enCompass Temporary Staffing Service
Agreement 6/1/21 – 10/31/21
                          September and October, the contractor will provide a reduced
                          workforce to support leaf disposal. The employees are students and
                          will not have as much availability in the fall.


        2.     Equipment. The City shall supply all the lawn and safety equipment
mandated for employees while on assignment with the City. Examples of this equipment
includes lawn mowers, gas for the lawn mowers, trimmers, line for the string trimers, rakes
as well as any maintenance required on the equipment

       3.     Expenses. Contractor shall be responsible to pay for all expenses
incurred by Contractor related to the performance of its duties under this Agreement.

       4.     Contract Billing. City agrees to pay Contractor, in full consideration for
the complete performance of Contractor’s obligations under this Agreement:

         a.      Youth will be paid at a rate of $12/hour
         b.      Supervisors will be paid at a rate of $15/hour
         c.      For all positions, contractor will bill a markup of 37.5% to cover taxes,
                 insurance and administrative costs.

        5.     Payment. Contractor shall submit detailed invoices on a weekly basis for
the prior week’s services. Payments according to this agreement are invoiced and paid on a
weekly basis. Requests for payment shall be submitted on a detailed invoice to the City
weekly for the previous week. The City agrees that payment shall be due on NET 14 day
terms.

      6.     Specific Reservations. City reserves the right to discontinue its use of
temporary employees from contractor as it determines appropriate.

       7.      Terms and Termination. This Agreement shall be effective beginning June
1, 2021on the date of execution, and shall remain in full force and at the same terms through
October 31, 2021, with an option to renew for an additional term, if mutually agreed upon by
both parties as memorialized in a written and signed agreement.

         8.      Commencement and Damages.

             a.      Commencement. Contractor shall commence performance under
this Agreement upon its execution.

       The City shall notify Contractor of any violation of the Agreement. It shall be the
duty of Contractor to remedy a Contractor violation.

       Failure to perform pursuant to this Agreement for a period in excess of five (5)
consecutive scheduled, working days, or failure for a similar period, to perform in the
manner required, and provided such failure is not a result of war, insurrection, riots, or acts
of God, the City may, at its option and after written notice to Contractor, utilize any or all of
Contractor’s equipment used in performance of this Agreement until such time the matter is
Community enCompass Temporary Staffing Service
Agreement 6/1/21 – 10/31/21
resolved and the Contractor is performing under the terms of the Agreement.

               b.      Appeal. The City’s determination regarding damages shall be final
and binding on both parties, unless appealed, in writing to the City Manager or his
designee within ten (10) working days after notice. The City Manager or his designee
shall grant Contractor an informal hearing upon such request. The decision of the City
Manager shall be final and binding.

9.       Insurance and Indemnity.

                 a.      City Insurance Requirement. The contractor, and any and all of
their subcontractors, shall not commence work under this contract until they have obtained
the insurance required under this paragraph, and shall keep such insurance in force during
the entire life of this contract. All coverage shall be with insurance companies licensed and
admitted to do business in the State of Michigan and acceptable to City of Muskegon. The
requirements below should not be interpreted to limit the liability of the Contractor. All
deductibles and SIRs are the responsibility of the Contractor.

              b.      Worker’s Compensation Insurance, including Employers’
Liability Coverage, in accordance with all applicable statutes of the State of Michigan.

               c.      Commercial General Liability Insurance on an “Occurrence Basis”
with limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence and aggregate. Coverage
shall include the following extensions: (A) Contractual Liability; (B) Products and
Completed Operations; (C) Independent Contractors Coverage; (D) Broad Form
General Liability Extensions or equivalent, if not already included; (E) Deletion of all
Explosion, Collapse, and Underground (XCU) Exclusions, if applicable.

                d.     Automobile Liability, including Michigan No-Fault Coverages, with
limits of liability not less than $1,000,000 per occurrence combined single limit for
Bodily Injury, and Property Damage. Coverage shall include all owned vehicles, all
non-owned vehicles, and all hired vehicles.
                e.     Additional Insured: Commercial General Liability and Automobile
Liability, as described above, shall include an endorsement stating the following shall be
Additional Insureds: The City of Muskegon, all elected and appointed officials, all
employees and volunteers, agents, all boards, commissions, and/or authorities and board
members, including employees and volunteers thereof. It is understood and agreed by naming
the City of Muskegon as additional insured, coverage afforded is considered to be primary
and any other insurance the City of Muskegon may have in effect shall be considered
secondary and/or excess.

               f.     Cancellation    Notice:   Worker’s      Compensation    Insurance,
Commercial General Liability Insurance, and Automobile Liability Insurance, as described
above, shall be endorsed to state the following: It is understood and agreed Thirty (30)
days, Ten (10) days for non-payment of premium, Advance Written Notice of Cancellation,
Non-Renewal, Reduction, and/or Material Change shall be sent to: (City of Muskegon,
FINANCE & ADMINISTRATIVE SERVICES DIRECTOR, 933 Terrace St, PO Box 536,
Community enCompass Temporary Staffing Service
Agreement 6/1/21 – 10/31/21
Muskegon, Michigan 49443-0536).

                g.     Proof of Insurance Coverage. Contractor shall provide the City
at the time the contracts are returned for execution, certificates and policies endorsing the
City as additional insured as listed below:

                          i.       Two (2) copies of Certificates of Insurance for
                                   Workers’ Compensation Insurance, if applicable;

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

                          iii.     If so requested, Certified Copies of all policies mentioned
                                   above will be furnished.

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

        10.    Income Tax Withholding. Contractor shall withhold income taxes from
each employee, and pay such tax in accordance with the City of Muskegon Income Tax
Ordinance and all applicable laws associated with that ordinance. Contractor shall require
the same from each subcontractor, consultant or vendor used in the performance of his
duties and obligations in this Agreement. City reserves the right to withhold payments
otherwise due to Contractor to assure compliance with this Agreement or to cure such
noncompliance.

         11.     General Provisions.

                a.     Notices. Any notice that either party may give or is required to give
under this Agreement shall be in writing, specify the position, department and location
assigned, and, if mailed, shall be effective on the day it is delivered to the other party at the
other party’s address set forth in this Agreement or at any other address that the other party
provides in writing. Notices given in person are effective on the day they are given.

                 b.     Governing Law. This Agreement is executed in accordance with,
shall be governed by, and construed and interpreted in accordance with, the laws of the
State of Michigan.
                 c.     Assignment or Delegation. Neither party shall assign all nor any
portion of its rights nor obligations contained in this Agreement without express prior
written approval of the other party, which approval may be withheld in the other party’s
sole discretion.

                d.      Entire Agreement. This Agreement and the documents specified in
section 1 shall constitute the entire agreement, and shall supersede any other Agreements,
written or oral, that may have been made or entered into, by, and between the parties with
respect to the subject matter of this Agreement, and shall not be modified or amended except
in a subsequent writing signed by the party against whom enforcement is sought.
Community enCompass Temporary Staffing Service
Agreement 6/1/21 – 10/31/21
                e.     Binding Effect. This Agreement shall be binding upon, and to the
benefit of, and be enforceable by, the parties and their respective legal representatives,
permitted successors, and assigns.

              f.       Waiver. City may waive all or any portion of damages
without prejudicing its rights under this Agreement.


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

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

             i.       Survival. All representations, warranties, and covenants in
this Agreement shall survive the signing of this Agreement.

       City and Contractor have executed this Agreement on the date written next to their
signatures to be effective according to the term(s) stated in this document.

                                                 City-

          Date:                 ,2021            CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                 By:
                                                   Stephen P. Gawron
                                                   Mayor

                                                 And:
                                                     Ann Marie Meisch, MMC
                                                      City Clerk

                                                 Contractor-

          Date:                 ,2021            By:
                                                       Kimi George
                                                       Executive Director
                                                       Community enCompass




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                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                  Title: Special Event Fee Waiver-Rebel Road

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                 Department: Public Works

Brief Summary: Child Abuse Council is seeking a Special Event Fee Waiver for Rebel Road on
July 16-18, 2021.

Detailed Summary: Rebel Road is moving to Hackley Park this year. They are asking their City
fees be waived for 2021. Gathering an estimated cost for their event is difficult as it has multiple
variables and their special event application has “possibly” written next to some equipment
requests. The minimum estimated cost of their event is $9,700 ($1500 Hackley Park use fee for 3
days, $7,200 in Police Staff time (4 officers, $60/hr, total of 30 hours), and at least $1,000 in DPW
fees (estimated costs for barricades and hydrant use; would be different if picnic tables are used.))


Due to Rebel Road not being on Hackley Park this year and the likelihood of motorcycles still
parking on Western Ave, City staff will still need to: close Western Ave from Jefferson to 7th,
provide Police Staff, extra Social District security personnel, portable restrooms, picnic tables,
extra trash cans, staff to empty trash cans, rent a dumpster, etc. The estimated cost of the closing
and maintenance of Western Ave is $27,590 ($16,200 in Police Staff time (9 officers, $60/hr, 30
hours), $1,140 in extra security personnel (2 staff members, $19/hr, 30 hours), $2,500 for portable
restrooms, $7,000 in DPW fees (barricading streets, moving picnic tables, 2 staff members during
the event to handle trash), and $750 for dumpster rental and emptying during the event. Staff has
increasing the social district sticker cost for this event and charging food trucks to be able to park
on Western Ave to help the restaurants with the volume. This being the first year with the social
district, we are unable to determine an estimated revenue at this time.

Amount Requested:                                     Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the request in part from the Child Abuse Council and waive up
to $5,000 in Special Event Fees for Rebel Road.

Check if the following Departments need to approve the item first:
Police Dept.
Fire Dept.
IT Dept.
For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: June 22, 2021                 Title: Special Event Fee Waiver-Health West

Submitted By: Leo Evans                                Department: Public Works

Brief Summary: Health West is seeking a Special Event Fee Waiver for their free community
health and wellness resource fair on August 19, 2021.



Detailed Summary: Health West is holding a free community health and wellness resource fair
that includes a pre-packed lunch, exhibitor booths, live music, kids’ activities, and giveaways. They
are asking their City fees be waived for 2021. Based on the needs of their event, the estimated
cost of their event is $600 ($500 Hackley Park user fee and $100 application fee.)



Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: Approve/approve in part/deny the request from Health West to waive $600
in special event fees for their health and wellness resource fair.

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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 6/22/21                      Title: Muskegon Social Equity Program
                                                      Grants/Loans

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                            Department: Planning

Brief Summary: Request to approve the proposed grants/loans as part of the Muskegon Social
Equity Program




Detailed Summary:



Amount Requested:                                    Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the proposed grants/loans as part of the Muskegon Social
Equity Program




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


For City Clerk Use Only:
Commission Action:
                                                  MSEP
                                               Grants/Loans

Educational/Training Scholarship

Eligibility: Applicants must be residents of the City and have had a previous low-level marihuana
conviction to be eligible.

Applicants may receive up to $5,000 in educational scholarships. The educational costs (i.e. tuition, job
skills training) will be paid with grant funds upon completion of courses/training. Applicants must have
filed a Free Application Federal Student Aid and received eligible federal aid, this scholarship will cover
any remaining balance. The applicant must pass the course to be eligible for reimbursement.

Business Start-Up Grant

Eligibility: Applicants must have had a previous low-level marihuana conviction to be eligible.

Applicants may receive up to $5,000 in assistance towards soft costs (i.e. business plan development,
architecture fees, engineered drawings, formative business documents, business training courses, etc.)
associated with opening a business in the City. The grant will be paid by reimbursement after the
applicant provides receipt of payment for the soft costs.

Business Loan

Eligibility: Applicants must be residents of the City and have had a previous low-level marihuana
conviction to be eligible.

Applicants may receive interest-free gap loans up to $25,000 to supplement traditional financing with a
third party. All loans must be paid back within 60 months.

Marihuana Equipment Grant

Eligibility: Applicants must have had a previous low-level marihuana conviction or be designated as a
social equity applicant by the State of Michigan to be eligible.

Applicants may receive up to $10,000 in assistance towards equipment (i.e. growing equipment, office
needs) necessary to operate a marihuana facility in the City. The grant will be paid by reimbursement
after the applicant provides receipt of payment for the equipment and after the equipment is installed
in an approved marihuana location.

Marihuana License Grant

Eligibility: Applicants must be residents of the City and designated as a social equity applicant by the
State of Michigan.

Applicants may receive up to $10,000 in assistance for the fees associated with obtaining a local or state
marihuana license. For local application fees, a credit will be given to the applicant, waiving the $5,000
application fee (fee waived for first year only). For State license fees, the grant will be paid by
reimbursement after the applicant provides receipt of payment for the State application fee.
* To be designated as a social equity applicant by the State of Michigan, an individual must meet one of
the following criteria:
    •   Residency – Residency in a disproportionately impacted community for at least 5 cumulative
        years within the past 10 years.
    •   Marihuana Conviction – Conviction of a marihuana related offense.
    •   Caregiver Status – Registration as a primary caregiver under the Michigan Medical Marihuana
        Act.
                                     Muskegon Social Equity Program
                                       Grant & Loan Application

                                             Contact Information
 Applicant Name:

 Address:

 Phone Number:                                          Email:


Select one of the following programs and provide the information requested.

                                   Educational/Training Scholarship
 Describe your previous low-level marihuana conviction (including date of conviction):


 Name of College/University/Training Program:

 Course/Training Title              Credit          Cost of Tuition       Begin Date     End Date
                                    Hours




                                      Total Cost:
                         Amount of Federal Aid:
            Total Cost after Federal Aid applied:


                                       Business Start-Up Grant
 Describe your previous low-level marihuana conviction (including date of conviction):


 Describe your proposed business (including proposed location):




 Describe the soft costs associated with opening your proposed business for which you seek to be
 reimbursed.
 Item:                                               Cost:




                                          Total Cost:
                                      Business Start-Up Loan
Describe your previous low-level marihuana conviction (including date of conviction):


Describe your proposed business (including proposed location):




Amount of Loan Requested (not to exceed $25,000):

Duration of Loan Requested (not to exceed 60 months):

Describe the need for funding and how the loan will be used:


This loan must be used in conjunction with traditional financing. Describe what other methods of
financing are being used to fund the project.




                                      Marihuana Equipment Grant
Describe your previous low-level marihuana conviction (including date of conviction) or provide your
designation as a social equity applicant by the State of Michigan:


Describe your proposed business (including proposed location):




Grant Amount Requested (not to exceed $10,000):

Describe the need for funding and how the grant will be used:


Equipment Item:                                      Cost




                                       Total Cost:
                                       Marihuana License Grant
Describe your previous low-level marihuana conviction (including date of conviction) or provide your
designation as a social equity applicant by the State of Michigan:


Describe your proposed business (including proposed location):




Grant Amount Requested (not to exceed $10,000):

Describe the need for funding and how the grant will be used:

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