City Commission Packet 11-23-2021

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         CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY COMMISSION MEETING
          NOVEMBER 23, 2021 @ 5:30 P.M.
     MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS
    933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, MI 49440


                                    AGENDA

□        CALL TO ORDER:
□        PRAYER:
□        PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
□        ROLL CALL:
□        HONORS, AWARDS, AND PRESENTATIONS:
    A. Years of Service Award/Recognition
    B.   2021 Lead Program Success
□        PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS:
□        CONSENT AGENDA:
    A. Approval of Minutes        City Clerk
    B.   DDA/BRA Board Resignation       City Clerk
    C. First Quarter Budget Reforecast          Finance
    D. Extension of the CDBG Program Administration Agreement between
       Norton Shores and City of Muskegon for Fiscal Year 2021 CNS
    E.   Brownfield Development & Reimbursement Agreement, Adelaide Pointe
         QOZB, LLC (Adelaide Pointe Project) 1148 and 1204 West Western Avenue
         Economic Development
    F.    Brownfield Development & Reimbursement Agreement, Viridian Land
         Shores Co, LLC (Viridian Shores at Harbor 31 Redevelopment Project), 150
         Viridian Drive      Economic Development
    G. Brownfield Development & Reimbursement Agreement, Ryerson Creek
       Land Co, LLC (Trilogy Senior Housing Redevelopment Project), 60 Viridian
       Drive Economic Development
    H. MMRMA Settlement Agreement               EEO & Employee Relations

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    I.     Bridge Bundle #1 – Removal of Ottawa Bridge                           Public Works
    J.     Sale – 434 Abbey Street Planning
    K. Approve the re-assignment of Building Contract for 769 Catawba Avenue
       CNS
    L.     880 First Street Development and Purchase Agreement Economic
          Development
    M. Project Capital Contributions                  City Manager
    N. Environmental Work – Former Farmers Market Site City Manager
□        PUBLIC HEARINGS:
□ UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
    A. Amendment to Lakeside Form Based Code – Marihuana Facilities
       Planning – 2ND READING
□ NEW BUSINESS:
    A. 2022 POLC Contract                     City Manager
    B.     1183 Terrace Street – Purchase City Manager
□ ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
□ PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS:
►          Reminder: Individuals who would like to address the City Commission shall do the following:
►          Fill out a request to speak form attached to the agenda or located in the back of the room.
►          Submit the form to the City Clerk.
►          Be recognized by the Chair.
►          Step forward to the microphone.
►          State name and address.
►          Limit of 3 minutes to address the Commission.
►          (Speaker representing a group may be allowed 10 minutes if previously registered with City Clerk.)

□ CLOSED SESSION:
□ ADJOURNMENT:
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CONTACT ANN MARIE MEISCH, CITY CLERK, 933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, MI 49440 OR BY CALLING (231) 724-
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                               2021
           SERVICE AWARD RECIPIENTS


25 Years   Joseph Buckingham
           Wyatt Eggleton
           Dennis Lord
           Robert Lukos
           Timothy Malotke
           Keith Stratton
20 Years   Timothy Titus

15 Years   Nicholas Hibbard
           Gayle Hubsel
           Keith McMillan
           Bryan Prindle
           Lucas Ricco
10 Years   Max Beegle
           Joshua Parmer         Congratulations and
5 Years    Matthew Beerman
           Daniel Dennis
                                     Thank You!
           Michael Edens
           Timothy Harvey
           Jillian Hernandez        We congratulate, and
           Jacob Mouw              thank each of you with
           Daniel Oleniczak
           Melissa Potter        deepest gratitude for your
           Samantha Pulos           distinguished service,
                                 loyalty, and dedication to
                                  the Citizens and Staff of
                                    the City of Muskegon
         Lead Safe Muskegon
   #1 in Michigan for Lead Abatement

 Community and Neighborhood Services couldn’t
have accomplished this monumental goal without:



     Sharonda Carson             Michael Jacobson &
      Ashley Briggs               Michigan DHHS

      Stevie Parcell           Grey Space Construction

   Finance Department          Maintenance Unlimited

Department of Public Works        Shields Plumbing

 Public Health—Muskegon        Delta Hotels by Marriott
          County                Analytical Testing and
   Nassau Construction               Consulting

     Across the Board            SanAir Technologies
      Construction                   Laboratory

 Badgerow’s Painting Plus    Trace Analytical Laboratories

       Vicky Luthy                    SAFEbuilt

    McQueen Builders                 Quality Inn

     AAA Inspections                 Fairfield Inn




                  Thank you!
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021        Title: Approval of Minutes

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

Brief Summary: To approve the minutes of the November 8, 2021 Worksession and the November
9, 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.




For City Clerk Use Only:


Commission Action:
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON
                          CITY COMMISSION WORKSESSION

                               Monday, November 8, 2021
                                        5:30 p.m.
                               City Commission Chambers
                         933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI 49440

                                       MINUTES

2021-99

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

Absent: Commissioner Ramsey

Solid Waste Ordinance Amendment
Staff is seeking approval of an amendment to Chapter 70, Article II of the Code of
Ordinance in coordination with the revised Sanitation Policy.
The newly adopted Sanitation Policy includes revised times when refuse collection carts
can be placed at the curb and restricts where the carts can be stored. Staff is seeking a
change to the Solid Waste Ordinance to match the new standards. A summary of
requirements for storage of refuse collection carts in neighboring cities is included for
reference. Staff will continue to seek compliance through issuance of warnings when
the ordinance is not followed and will assist neighbors who have individual hardships
related to this ordinance.

Discussion took place regarding the proposed amendment to the Solid Waste
Ordinance and this item will be considered at the regular meeting scheduled for
November 9, 2021.

Utility Connection Fee Proposal
Staff is seeking input on a new policy to standardize utility connection fee waivers for
developments within the city.
At the request of the City Manager, the Tax Incentive Committee has continued to
review and make recommendations for standardizing our tax incentive policies in the
City of Muskegon. Our most recent effort is specifically dedicated to utility connection
fees. As with the previous revisions shared with the commission, the document outlines
a more standardized method for determining fee waivers where lower fees are charged
to developments that meet more of the city’s goals. Also, in line with the previous
revision, the proposal is for these developments to be reviewed by the tax incentive
committee with a recommendation provided to the City Commission.

Discussion took place.
Inclusive Zoning
Staff is requesting further consideration and direction on expansion of inclusive zoning
to the Angell, Jackson Hill, McLaughlin, and Nims neighborhoods.
Staff was given direction to offer more education to our neighbors on this topic. In
response, staff has done the following:
    • Developed and recorded a presentation
        https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rHLVQS6IF24
    • Shared the presentation on the city’s website, on social media, and with the
        affected neighborhood associations (The original Facebook post has been
        shared 28 times, and the website has been accessed 237 times.)
    • Held a public meeting for neighbors in four affected neighborhoods on October
        18
    • Provided an email address and phone number for comments
    • Heard comments and deliberation at the October Planning Commission meeting
    • Heard comments during a public hearing at the October 26 City Commission
        meeting
A summary of the comments received has been shared with commissioners, and staff
now seeks guidance on how to proceed with a recommendation for expanding the
Urban Residential zoning.

Discussion took place.

Public Comment: Public comments were received.

Adjournment: The Worksession meeting adjourned at 7:15 p.m.


                                                Respectfully Submitted,



                                                Ann Marie Meisch, MMC – City Clerk
       CITY OF MUSKEGON
        CITY COMMISSION MEETING
          NOVEMBER 9, 2021 @ 5:30 P.M.
   MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS
  933 TERRACE STREET, MUSKEGON, MI 49440


                               MINUTES
The Regular Commission Meeting of the City of Muskegon was held at City Hall,
933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, MI at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, November 9, 2021,
Pastor Ryan Plantz, Evanston Avenue Baptist Church, opened the meeting with
a prayer, after which the Commission and public recited the Pledge of
Allegiance to the Flag.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
Present:    Mayor Stephen J. Gawron, Vice Mayor Eric Hood, Commissioners
Dan Rinsema-Sybenga, Willie German, Jr., Michael Ramsey, Ken Johnson, and
Teresa Emory, City Manager Frank Peterson, City Attorney John Schrier, and
Deputy City Clerk Kimberly Young.
Absent:     None
PUBLIC COMMENT ON AGENDA ITEMS:            Public comments were received.
2021-100    CONSENT AGENDA:
  A. Approval of Minutes     City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the October 26, 2021
Regular Meeting.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        To approve the minutes.
  B.   On-Premise Tasting Room Permit for West Michigan Rum Company, LLC
       City Clerk
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To adopt a resolution approving a new On-Premise
Tasting Room Permit for West Michigan Rum Company, LLC at 333 W. Western
Avenue, Suites 2 & 4, Muskegon, MI 49440.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To adopt the resolution for a new On-Premise
Tasting Room Permit for West Michigan Rum Company, LLC at 333 W. Western
Avenue, Suites 2 & 4, Muskegon, MI 49440.
  E.   Peck Street Change Order #005       DPW
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting approval of Change Order #005 on


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the Peck Street project as the overall project has exceeded staff approval levels
for change orders.
Change Order #005 represents several minor adjustments needed on the
project as a result of the continuing work. These items are all assigned as city
responsibility as opposed to the bulk of the additional work to date on the
project which is the responsibility of Muskegon Public Schools.
It is anticipated that there will be one additional Change Order needed to
complete this project which will balance all final quantities upon full completion
and acceptance of work.
Change Order #005 is brought for consideration by the Commission as this
project in total has exceeded the staff approval thresholds for Change Orders,
primarily because of the additional work for MPS.
The “Amount Budgeted” noted below is a snapshot of the project contingency
prior to approval of this change order. If approved the remaining contingency
will drop to $63,090.94.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:         $26,678.30           AMOUNT BUDGETED:        $89,769.24
FUND OR ACCOUNT:          591-60558-5219
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Authorize staff to approve Change order #005 to
Project 92010 in the amount of $26,678.30 for the additional work as noted.
  F.    Liquid Sodium Hypochlorite – Change Order #002           Public Works-
       Filtration
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is requesting authorization to accept the
temporary price increase of liquid sodium hypochlorite from Alexander
Chemical.
The Water Filtration Plant uses sodium hypochlorite in the production of drinking
water. The application of sodium hypochlorite is one of several crucial processes
used to inactivate or remove pathogens from the water. Since 1996, the Water
Filtration Plan has solicited competitive bids for water treatment chemicals jointly
with the cities of Grand Haven, Grand Rapids, Holland, Muskegon Heights, and
Wyoming.
Major disruptions in the liquid sodium hypochlorite supply chain have been
exacerbated by Hurricane Ida. Our supplier of liquid sodium hypochlorite,
Alexander Chemical, has been able to obtain a limited supply of these materials
in order to keep us supplied. However, it has come at an increased cost due to
rising material prices. This is an industry-wide problem, and similar challenges
would be experienced with any of the other companies that provided quotes
for the work.
At the July 13, 2021 meeting, the Commission approved a change order from
Alexander Chemical for a temporary price increase from $156.67 per ton to

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$205.58 per ton. Alexander Chemical is requesting another temporary price
increase until the market stabilizes and pricing comes back in line. Alexander
requests a temporary increase to $290.00 per ton. Grand Rapids holds the
master agreement for the purchasing cooperative and has already approved
this change order.
Prior to this price increase, the Water Filtration Plan has spent $35,054.02 to
procure liquid sodium hypochlorite. If this temporary price increase remains in
effect for the remainder of the fiscal year, it is estimated an additional
$86,420.00 will be spent, bringing the FY 21-22 total cost to $121,474.02. Liquid
sodium hypochlorite is included in the budget, but the actual amount spent will
depend on the volume of the water treated, the quality of the source water,
and the duration of the temporary price increase. The additional amount
requested will be addressed in a budget reforecast if necessary.
AMOUNT REQUESTED:        $121,474.02(estimate) ($27,729.54 over last request)
AMOUNT BUDGETED:         $72,864.00
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         591-60558-5219
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:        Authorize staff to purchase liquid sodium
hypochlorite from Alexander Chemical at a temporary increased price of
$290.00 per ton.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to
accept the consent agenda as presented minus items, C and D.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey,
           and German
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-101    REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA:
  C. Non-Union Pay/Benefits City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval of the 2022 Non-Union
Employee Wage and Benefit Program as detailed below.
With CPI expected to be between 3% and 4%, we are seeking approval of the
following:
      1. 2.0% wage adjustment
      2. Increase the employee residency incentive from 4.5% to 6%.
      3. .5% lump sum payment for all non-union staff.
      4. Additional 1.0% lump sum payment for all vaccinated staff. This would
         be payable the first payroll in January; unvaccinated staff will have
         time to complete their vaccinations.

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      5. Every March, employees are able to cash out a portion of the value of
         their accrued and unused sick time. To receive the full value, the
         employee is required to deposit the proceeds directly into a retirement
         savings account or a dependent college savings fund. We are asking
         to make a permanent change to remove the requirement to invest
         those funds into either of those savings accounts. This should be cost-
         neutral to the city.
      6. No budget amendment will be necessary.
Note: Due to pandemic concerns, no wage adjustment was granted to non-
union staff in 2021.
FUND OR ACCOUNT:         Various
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:          Approve the wage and benefit program as
detailed.
Motion by Commissioner German, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to approve the wage and benefit program as detailed.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, and
           Rinsema-Sybenga
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
  D. Solid Waste Ordinance Amendment City Manager
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is seeking approval of an amendment to Chapter
70, Article II of the Code of Ordinances in coordination with the revised
Sanitation Policy.
The newly adopted Sanitation Policy includes revised times when refuse
collection carts can be placed at the curb and restricts where the carts can be
stored. Staff is seeking a change to the Solid Waste ordinance to match the new
standards. A summary of requirements for storage of refuse collection carts in
neighboring cities is included for reference. Staff will continue to seek
compliance through issuance of warnings when the ordinance is not followed
and will assist neighbors who have individual hardship related to this ordinance.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To amend and adopt Chapter 70, Article II,
Section 31(a) of the Code of Ordinances for Solid Waste.
Motion by Commissioner Ramsey, second by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga,
to amend and adopt Chapter 70, Article II, Section 31(a) of the Code of
Ordinances for Solid Waste.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Emory, Johnson, Gawron, Hood, Ramsey, German, and
           Rinsema-Sybenga


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            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2021-102    NEW BUSINESS:
  A. Amendment to Lakeside Form Based Code – Marihuana Facilities
     Planning
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff initiated request to amend the Lakeside Form
Based Code to allow caregivers, microbusinesses, designated consumption
establishments, class A recreational grows, class B recreational grows, class A
medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special use permitted in
the Lakeside Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas.
The Planning Commissions motion to recommend approval of the request
ended in a tie, with three Commissioners voting yes and three commissioners
voting no, with three Commissioners absent.
Staff presented this idea to the City Commission at the September work session.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To approve the request to amend the Lakeside
Form Based Code to allow caregivers, microbusinesses, designated
consumption establishments, class A recreational grows, class B recreational
grows, class A medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special use
permitted in the Lakeside Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial context
areas.
Motion by Commissioner Ramsey, second by Vice Mayor Hood, to approve the
request to amend the Lakeside Form Based Code to allow caregivers,
microbusinesses, designated consumption establishments, class A recreational
grows, class B recreational grow, class A medical grows and temporary
marihuana events as a special use permitted in the Lakeside Commercial and
Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Ramsey, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, and Johnson
            Nays: Gawron and Emory
MOTION PASSES
SECOND READING REQUIRED.
ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
Commissioner Ramsey requested a progress report for the Watermark building
at the next meeting. Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga advised the City
Commission that staff has started the process for appointments and re-
appointments to the Community Relations Commission Boards and Committees.
Commissioner Johnson thanked Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga for his
leadership on the Community Relations Committee and his excellent work as
chair of the CRC.

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PUBLIC COMMENT ON NON-AGENDA ITEMS: Public comments were received.
ADJOURNMENT: The City Commission meeting adjourned at 6:33 p.m.


                                 Respectfully Submitted,




                                 Kimberly Young, Deputy City Clerk




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                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021        Title: DDA/BRA Board Resignation

Submitted By: Ann Marie Meisch                    Department: Clerk

Brief Summary: To accept the resignation of Francena DePung from the Downtown Development
Authority/Brownfield Redevelopment Board, effective immediately. Term expires 1/31/2023

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 accept the resignation.

For City Clerk Use Only:



Commission Action:
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021             Title: 1st Quarter Budget Reforecast

Submitted By: Kenneth Grant                            Department: Finance

Brief Summary: At this time staff is asking for approval of the 1st Quarter Budget Reforecast for the
FY2021-22 budget year. In the General Fund we are now projecting revenues of $34,335,322 and
expenses of $36,081,416 for a net loss of $1,746,094



Detailed Summary: Please see the Finance Director’s 1st Quarter Budget Reforecast Highlights
attached.




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

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the 1st Quarter FY2021-22 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 Commission

 From:    Finance Director
 Date:    11/16/2021
 Re:      1st Quarter Budget Reforecast FY2021-22 - Highlights



 General Fund

 Revenues:

 Paid Beach Parking was increased from $500,000 to $700,000. For the first quarter have
 already collected $524,000. We expect to collect another $176,000 once Beach Parking starts
 up in Spring 2022.

 Traffic Fines & Fees were increased from $135,000 to $200,000. This increase is mostly due
 to enforcement of paid beach parking.

 The Downtown Social District expects to collect more revenue in its second year we are
 increasing revenue to $100,000.00 from $36,750.00.

 Expenses:

 Commission approved the purchase of two fire trucks at the September 14, 2021 meeting. The
 ladder truck which costed $1,370,873 will be financed for the next 5 years. This fiscal year the
 costs will be $215,055 which is reflected in the Fire Departments budget. The second truck
 has been added as Capital Project.

 Commission also approved an Aquarium Feasibility Study of $75,000 which is reflected in the
 Planning Department’s budget.

 -     Several Capital projects have been added to the General Fund:

 -     Fire Truck Heavy Duty Rescue Pumper $738,966

 -     Police Body Cams rollover from last fiscal year $270,000.




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-   Laketon Trail Lighting $100,000.

-   Reese & Beukema park upgrades $700,000 funded by Beach Park revenue.

MAJOR STREET FUND

The City is expecting to receive $360,000 from Muskegon Public Schools to pay for our
expenses on the old Hackley Hospital campus.

MERCY HEALTH ARENA FUND

The Arena received a $625,498 federal grant to assist with revenue loss during the pandemic.
The Arena will use these funds to help purchase a new Ice Rink Refrigeration unit.

WATER AND SEWER FUNDS

Water Revenue:

The City received a $200,000 DWAM Grant for water projects.

Sewer Expenses:

Lowered Muskegon County Wastewater Treatment costs to $5,500,000. Originally budgeted
for $6,000,000.

Adjustments were made for projects actual bid costs in both funds.




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                                                 BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                             GENERAL FUND 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021-22 BUDGET
                 GL NUMBER                                               2019-20       2020-21        2021-22      2021-22     Sep 30, 2021    Sep 30, 2020      2021-22
                     AND                                                 ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY      ORIGINAL     AMENDED        ACTUAL          ACTUAL        1st QUARTER
             BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                    DESCRIPTION                                    BUDGET        BUDGET       EXPENSES        EXPENSE        REFORECAST

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
101-00000-4100                       PROPERTY TAX                         5,460,339     5,661,335     5,938,754    5,938,754            -               -         5,938,754
101-00000-4102                       IN LIEU OF TAX                         132,023       125,246       132,022      132,022            -               -           132,022
101-00000-4103                       IFT/CFT TAX                            128,212       211,811       200,000      200,000            -               -           200,000
101-00000-4104                       PROPERTY TAX SANITATION              1,618,369     1,685,544     1,767,000    1,767,000            -               -         1,767,000
101-00000-4140                       INCOME TAX                           9,137,714     9,256,826     9,100,000    9,100,000      2,101,719       2,242,220       9,100,000
101-00000-4161                       SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                    294,908       277,604       211,000      211,000         17,342          20,132         211,000
101-00000-4202                       BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS             42,520        45,415        43,000       43,000          6,370           6,190          43,000
101-00000-4203                       LIQUOR LICENSES & TAX REBATE            46,412        44,223        45,000       45,000         36,303          35,039          45,000
101-00000-4204                       CABLE TV LICENSES OR FEES              361,405       374,219       370,000      370,000            -               -           370,000
101-00000-4205                       HOUSING LICENSES                           -            (325)          -            -              -               -               -
101-00000-4206                       INSPECTION FEE                           1,759          (794)          -            -              -                  8            -
101-00000-4207                       CEMETERY-BURIAL PERMITS                 76,615        74,435        80,000       80,000         24,060          21,650          80,000
101-00000-4208                       BUILDING PERMITS                       911,057       683,883       800,000      800,000        209,897         172,957         800,000
101-00000-4209                       ELECTRICAL PERMITS                     172,531       194,056       201,000      201,000         32,816          41,256         201,000
101-00000-4210                       PLUMBING PERMITS                       103,139        99,165        98,000       98,000         17,701          20,586          98,000
101-00000-4211                       HEATING PERMITS                        144,730       136,858       146,000      146,000         27,697          31,655         146,000
101-00000-4213                       RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION           335,448       361,935       380,000      380,000         94,880          79,555         380,000
101-00000-4215                       CNS INSPECTIONS                            350           -                                         -               -
101-00000-4217                       SHORT TERM RENTALS                       4,390        21,410        10,000       10,000          1,240           8,750          10,000
101-00000-4221                       VACANT BUILDING FEE                     60,570         6,100         3,500        3,500         20,485           2,100          45,000
101-00000-4224                       TEMPORARY LIQUOR LICENSE                 3,145         1,585         5,000        5,000            725               75          5,000
101-00000-4230                       MARIHUANA FACILITIES LICENSE           143,300       189,200       102,500      102,500         59,400          37,000         102,500
101-00000-4300                       FEDERAL GRANTS                         147,191     1,667,920       333,344      333,344         33,126       1,258,773         333,344
101-00000-4400                       STATE GRANTS                            16,174       116,004       124,000      124,000         19,879          12,910         124,000
101-00000-4405                       STATE REPLACEMENT REV FOR PPT          897,416       902,501       800,000      800,000            -               -           800,000
101-00000-4502                       STATE SALES TAX CONSTITUTIONAL       3,336,275     3,561,393     3,203,063    3,203,063            -               -         3,203,063
101-00000-4503                       STATE CVTRS/EVIP PAYMENTS              781,660     1,172,495     1,195,945    1,195,945            -               -         1,195,945
101-00000-4601                       CITY SERVICE FOR ENTERPRISE FUNDS      482,292       482,292       530,519      530,519        132,630         120,573         530,519
101-00000-4603                       TAX COLLECTION FEE                     350,742       369,323       327,000      327,000         35,018          34,868         327,000
101-00000-4604                       GARBAGE COLLECTION                      49,820        59,351        49,000       49,000         15,260          (6,786)         49,000
101-00000-4606                       ADMINISTRATION FEES                    310,000       310,000       310,000      310,000         77,500          77,500         310,000
101-00000-4607                       REIMBURSEMENT ELECTIONS                 50,142             75          -            -              -                 25            -
101-00000-4608                       INDIRECT COST ALLOCATION             1,066,967     1,278,590     1,481,624    1,481,624        360,029         319,647       1,481,624
101-00000-4609                       PROCUREMENT CARD REBATE                 57,361        63,880        60,000       60,000            -               -            60,000
101-00000-4611                       SPECIAL EVENTS REIMBURSEMENT            61,625       (34,762)       50,000       50,000         11,010             424          50,000
101-00000-4612                       CEMETERY SALE OF LOTS                   28,440        46,439        30,000       30,000         10,945          14,225          30,000
101-00000-4613                       HARBOR TOWN DOCKOMINIUMS                   -             -             -            -              -               -               -
101-00000-4614                       REIMBURSEMENT LOT CLEAN UP                 -             -           2,000        2,000            -               -             2,000
101-00000-4615                       POLICE DEPARTMENT INCOME                98,926       109,449       106,500      106,500         19,029          11,709         106,500
101-00000-4617                       FIRE DEPARTMENT INCOME                     811         6,354         4,000        4,000          5,098           6,000          12,000
101-00000-4619                       MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                21,286         9,188        22,000       22,000          6,950           2,900          22,000
101-00000-4620                       FIRE PROTECTION-STATE PROP             173,718       119,574       119,574      119,574            -               -           119,574
101-00000-4621                       ZONING & ENCROACHMENT FEES              12,155        17,880        17,300       17,300          4,170           4,670          17,300
101-00000-4622                       MISC. CLERK FEES                         1,329         1,387         2,000        2,000          7,814             148           8,000
101-00000-4623                       TOWNSHIP ELECCTRICAL INSPECTIONS           -             -                                         -               -
101-00000-4624                       TAX ABATEMENT APPLICATION FEES           8,890         4,085        14,400       14,400          6,050             115         14,400
101-00000-4625                       MISC. TREAS. FEES                       49,722        39,078        30,000       30,000          2,893           2,814         30,000
101-00000-4631                       REIMBURSEMENT SCHOOL OFFICER            16,962        21,503        24,200       24,200          2,769             -           24,200
101-00000-4633                       OBSOLETE PROPERTY FEES                   2,000           -             -            -              -               -              -
101-00000-4634                       PASSPORTS                               63,520         5,555        40,000       40,000         13,110             -           40,000
101-00000-4635                       START UP CHARGE/REFUSE                   6,327        10,949         7,000        7,000          1,870           2,970          7,000
101-00000-4636                       REFUSE BAG & BULK SALES                 23,497        34,947        30,000       30,000         10,821           9,192         30,000
101-00000-4637                       APPLIANCE STICKER                            75            29          100          100            -                 25           100
101-00000-4638                       MISC. SALES CHARGE/REFUSE              257,108       330,383       318,000      318,000         84,586          78,044        318,000
101-00000-4642                       LIEN LOOK UPS                           17,455        18,540        12,000       12,000          3,226           6,000         12,000
101-00000-4643                       SOCCER                                     -             -             -            -              -               -              -
101-00000-4644                       DOWNTOWN PARKING                         1,650           850           -            -              100               50           -
101-00000-4646                       CONCESSIONS PARKING                                                                               (500)
101-00000-4648                       FALSE ALARM FEES/POLICE                  6,780         5,880         7,000        7,000          1,950           1,455          7,000
101-00000-4649                       CEMETERY-MISC. INCOME                   16,383        34,956        16,000       16,000         13,244          11,690         16,000
101-00000-4650                       DOWNTOWN SOCIAL DISTRICT                   -           7,281        36,750       36,750         66,202             -          100,000
101-00000-4651                       REIMBURSEMENT LOT MOWING                   124           -           5,000        5,000            -             2,065          5,000
101-00000-4652                       MUSK HEIGHTS ZONING                      5,670        11,270        15,000       15,000            -               -           15,000
101-00000-4654                       FIRE RESPONSE FEE                          870         9,980        10,000       10,000          1,500             -           10,000
101-00000-4655                       PAID BEACH PARKING                     146,821       543,794       500,000      500,000        524,743         315,361        700,000
101-00000-4656                       SITE PLAN REVIEW                         7,600         8,900         5,800        5,800          2,800           1,500          5,800
101-00000-4657                       COLUMBARIUM NICHE                          -             900           -            -              -               900            -
101-00000-4658                       IMPOUND FEES                            38,293        46,309        40,000       40,000          9,798          12,777         40,000
101-00000-4659                       CODE ENFORCEMENT LABOR                  25,990        25,766        30,000       30,000          8,595           7,891         30,000
101-00000-4660                       MISC RECREATION INCOME                   6,984        14,040         8,000        8,000          2,483             350          8,000
101-00000-4661                       LEASE GREAT LAKES NAVAL MEMORIAL           -             -          15,000       15,000            -               -           15,000
101-00000-4665                       LEASE BILLBOARDS                         6,800         2,000         6,800        6,800            -               -            6,800
101-00000-4666                       SNOW PLOWING -DOWNTOWN BID              48,500        61,935        68,750       68,750            -            24,050         68,750
101-00000-4669                       SMITH RYERSON                            5,302        10,462        12,000       12,000          6,687             811         12,000
101-00000-4670                       PICNIC SHELTER                           4,774         9,507        22,000       22,000          4,349             636         22,000
101-00000-4671                       MCGRAFT PARK                            44,637        48,016        97,000       97,000          7,846             (84)        97,000
101-00000-4672                       SAFEBUILT LOT MOWING                     1,685         6,418         5,000        5,000            358           2,106          5,000
101-00000-4673                       RENTAL - CENTRAL DISPATCH               56,772       101,084       480,708      480,708        120,177          28,534        480,708
101-00000-4674                       RENTAL - CITY HALL                      24,783        29,060        15,000       15,000          6,052           8,534         15,000
101-00000-4676                       SAFEBUILT - TRASH PICKUP                 2,702         4,306         2,500        2,500            429             574          2,500
101-00000-4677                       RENT                                       -           1,000           -            -              -               -              -
                                                  BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                              GENERAL FUND 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021-22 BUDGET
                   GL NUMBER                                                      2019-20      2020-21        2021-22      2021-22      Sep 30, 2021    Sep 30, 2020      2021-22
                       AND                                                        ACTIVITY     ACTIVITY      ORIGINAL     AMENDED         ACTUAL          ACTUAL        1st QUARTER
               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                  DESCRIPTION                                            BUDGET        BUDGET        EXPENSES        EXPENSE        REFORECAST
101-00000-4678                         PLANNING DEPT ENFORCEMENT                         -            -             -            -               -               -              -
101-00000-4679                         CODE ENFORCEMENT ADMIN                         27,179       23,891        30,000       30,000           9,478           7,734         30,000
101-00000-4690                         KITCHEN 242 RENTAL                                400          -             -            -               -               -              -
101-00000-4701                         INCOME TAX-PENALTY & INTEREST                 201,614      286,818       200,000      200,000          43,558          61,400        200,000
101-00000-4702                         DELINQUENT FEES                                18,123       15,574        20,000       20,000             -               -           20,000
101-00000-4704                         PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES                        7,991       11,829         5,000        5,000           3,454           2,595          5,000
101-00000-4706                         LATE FEE ON INVOICES OVER 45 DAYS               3,015        4,350         6,000        6,000           1,344           1,125          6,000
101-00000-4708                         LATE FEE ON RENTAL REGISTRATION                13,233       15,010         7,500        7,500           5,112           1,210          7,500
101-00000-4751                         CIVIL INFRACTIONS                              21,978       18,057        15,000       15,000           9,619           4,822         15,000
101-00000-4754                         TRAFFIC FINES & FEES                           76,543      149,864       135,000      135,000         142,821          70,902        200,000
101-00000-4755                         COURT FEES                                     83,061       97,979       120,000      120,000          14,065          16,078        120,000
101-00000-4758                         CRITICAL DUNE FEES                             15,700        3,700         2,200        2,200           2,200             -            2,200
101-00000-4759                         STORM WATER FEES                                  -                                                                                   10,000
101-00000-4800                         MISC. & SUNDRY                                  6,284        8,562        12,000       12,000             789           4,841         12,000
101-00000-4801                         CASH OVER/SHORT                                                                                              4
101-00000-4802                         REIMB:DEMOS AND BOARD-UPS                       6,941       11,127        45,000        45,000            150             540          45,000
101-00000-4803                         CDBG PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENTS                   475,892      484,427       393,910       393,910            -               -           393,910
101-00000-4805                         CONTRIBUTIONS                                   4,075       54,850        20,000        20,000         54,421           3,665          20,000
101-00000-4806                         BIKE/PROPERTY AUCTIONS-POLICE                  28,818          385         1,000         1,000              76            -               500
101-00000-4811                         FISHERMANS LANDING REIMBURSEMENT               24,842       23,706        17,500        17,500            -               -            17,500
101-00000-4814                         PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS                              219            38       14,500        14,500            -                 10            -
101-00000-4816                         CONTRIBUTIONS/MARIHUANA STREET LIGHTS             -         66,965        30,000        30,000         21,758             -            30,000
101-00000-4818                         RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                            4,555        2,997         1,000         1,000          1,460             710           1,000
101-00000-4820                         MARIHUANA CONTRIBUTIONS                           -          1,250        12,000        12,000            -               -            12,000
101-00000-4821                         CONTRIBUTIONS/GRANTS                           17,327      433,580           -             -              -               -               -
101-00000-4823                         CONTRIBUTIONS - DISC GOLF COURSE IMPROVE          825        2,300           -             -              -             2,300             -
101-00000-4825                         CONTRIBUTIONS - VETERAN'S PARK MAINT           16,811       12,904        18,500        18,500            -               -            18,500
101-00000-4828                         DONATION - POLICE DEPT                            -            -             -             -              -               -               -
101-00000-4829                         COMMUNITY FOUNDATION GRANT - MCGRAFT PAR        9,982       10,144        10,000        10,000            -               -            10,000
101-00000-4832                         CONSUMERS ENERGY ESSENTIAL SERVICES               -            -             -             -              -               -               -
101-00000-4841                         GRANT: COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                       -            -          25,534        25,534            -               -            25,534
101-00000-4902                         OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE                180,000      175,000       275,000       275,000            -               -           275,000
101-00000-4903                         OP. TRANS FROM DEBT SERVICE                    40,000       50,000       180,000       180,000         12,500          12,500         180,000
101-00000-4904                         OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                   -            -         900,000       900,000            -               -           900,000
101-00000-4961                         BOND PROCEEDS                                     -      7,152,424     1,085,275     1,085,275            -               -         1,085,275
101-00000-4970                         INTEREST INCOME                               153,093       98,623       100,000       100,000         18,048          20,164         100,000
101-00000-4971                         GAIN ON INVESTMENT                            193,005     (163,278)          -             -          (15,619)         (8,703)            -
101-00000-4980                         SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                              -            -             -             -              -               -               -
 Totals for dept 00000 -                                                          29,653,448   40,210,923    33,956,572    33,956,572      4,616,466       5,297,011      34,335,322

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                          29,653,448   40,210,923    33,956,572   33,956,572       4,616,466       5,297,011      34,335,322
                                                              BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                          GENERAL FUND 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021-22 BUDGET
                   GL NUMBER                                                      2019-20             2020-21         2021-22      2021-22     Sep 30, 2021    Sep 30, 2020      2021-22
                       AND                                                        ACTIVITY            ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL     AMENDED        ACTUAL          ACTUAL        1st QUARTER
               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                DESCRIPTION                                      BUDGET        BUDGET       EXPENSES        EXPENSE        REFORECAST


EXPENDITURES
Dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                 76,738              78,529         78,623       78,623         17,055          17,348          78,623
5200                                              SUPPLIES                             9,539               9,671            600          600            266             -               600
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   416               2,114          1,000        1,000             93             117           1,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                       3,580               5,247          4,000        4,000            634             -             4,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      3,626                 726          3,000        3,000            342             168           3,000
 Totals for dept 10101 - CITY COMMISSION                                              93,898              96,287         87,223       87,223         18,390          17,633          87,223

Dept 10102 - CITY PROMOTIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS
5200                                               SUPPLIES                            8,393               7,773            -            -            2,603             700             -
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               83,916              48,213         76,200       76,200         32,746           6,322          76,200
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                        100                  55            -            -              -                55             -
 Totals for dept 10102 - CITY PROMOTIONS & PUBLIC RELATIONS                           92,409              56,041         76,200       76,200         35,348           7,077          76,200

Dept 10145 - CITY ATTORNEY
5200                                              SUPPLIES                               945                 959            -            -              -               -              -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               372,974             431,002        380,000      380,000         98,160          93,227        380,000
 Totals for dept 10145 - CITY ATTORNEY                                               373,919             431,961        380,000      380,000         98,160          93,227        380,000

Dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                402,026             405,943        490,550      490,550         86,247          84,850        490,550
5200                                              SUPPLIES                             5,256               4,926          4,500        4,500          1,017             368          4,500
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                13,319              11,545         15,000       15,000            590           2,996         15,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                       8,952               5,389         17,000       17,000          6,840           2,208         17,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      2,850               2,620          2,500        2,500            -               769          2,500
 Totals for dept 10172 - CITY MANAGER                                                432,401             430,424        529,550      529,550         94,694          91,191        529,550

Dept 10875 - CONTRIBUTIONS
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                 84,897                 -              -            -              -               -              -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               301,882             541,614        405,329      405,329        207,153         224,399        406,429
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                         -                   -              -            -              -               -              -
 Totals for dept 10875 - CONTRIBUTIONS                                               386,779             541,614        405,329      405,329        207,153         224,399        406,429

Dept 10891 - CONTINGENCY
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                      31,272              28,888         50,000       50,000             -               -           50,000
 Totals for dept 10891 - CONTINGENCY                                                  31,272              28,888         50,000       50,000             -               -           50,000

Dept 20215 - CITY CLERK
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                513,996             498,121        548,900      548,900        120,279         125,620        548,900
5200                                              SUPPLIES                            70,665              53,908         76,510       76,510         22,508          23,169         76,510
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                30,258              13,921         49,520       49,520          8,523           1,185         49,520
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                       3,401               2,396         10,800       10,800          1,490             180         10,800
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      3,282               1,021          2,500        2,500             68              72          2,500
 Totals for dept 20215 - CITY CLERK                                                  621,603             569,367        688,230      688,230        152,868         150,226        688,230

Dept 20220 - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS (formerly CIVIL SERVICE)
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                 78,045              77,024         90,545       90,545         16,502          16,894         90,545
5200                                              SUPPLIES                               366                 313          1,000        1,000              51            -            1,000
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               133,652             131,116        150,000      150,000         34,767          28,029        150,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                      10,582               5,581            -            -              300             -              -
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        -                   -              -            -              -               -              -
 Totals for dept 20220 - EMPLOYEE RELATIONS                                          222,645             214,035        241,545      241,545         51,621          44,923        241,545

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

Dept 30202 - FINANCE ADMINSTRATION
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                497,850             515,596        549,600      549,600         97,958         112,188        549,600
5200                                              SUPPLIES                             7,033                 292          3,500        3,500          1,302             401          3,500
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                77,020             122,252         85,000       85,000         32,914           7,649         85,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                         121                   8            750          750            -               -              750
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      5,601               5,245          5,000        5,000          1,011             -            5,000
 Totals for dept 30202 - FINANCE ADMINSTRATION                                       587,625             643,392        643,850      643,850        133,185         120,238        643,850

Dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                                  2,266,951      2,908,506    2,908,506        484,751         498,596       2,908,506
 Totals for dept 30203 - PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                              -         2,266,951      2,908,506    2,908,506        484,751         498,596       2,908,506

Dept 30205 - INCOME TAX
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                243,103             271,194        303,753      303,753         70,933          60,879        303,753
5200                                              SUPPLIES                            14,160              15,994         14,000       14,000          1,276           1,744         14,000
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               103,166             108,374         91,000       91,000         24,943          13,853         91,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                         513                  45          1,000        1,000            -                 45         1,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      2,948               4,599          5,000        5,000            -               -            5,000
 Totals for dept 30205 - INCOME TAX                                                  363,889             400,206        414,753      414,753         97,152          76,521        414,753
                                                             BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                         GENERAL FUND 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021-22 BUDGET
                   GL NUMBER                                                     2019-20       2020-21        2021-22      2021-22      Sep 30, 2021   Sep 30, 2020      2021-22
                       AND                                                       ACTIVITY      ACTIVITY      ORIGINAL     AMENDED         ACTUAL         ACTUAL        1st QUARTER
               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                               DESCRIPTION                               BUDGET        BUDGET        EXPENSES       EXPENSE        REFORECAST


Dept 30209 - CITY ASSESSOR
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                  2,520         1,069         2,600        2,600             -              306          2,600
5200                                             SUPPLIES                               226             39          -            -               -                39           -
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               255,412       347,646       413,348      413,348         103,337         86,595        413,348
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                          80           -             -            -               -              -              -
 Totals for dept 30209 - CITY ASSESSOR                                              258,238       348,753       415,948      415,948         103,337         86,940        415,948

Dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                422,268       426,033       440,571      440,571          91,551         85,956        440,571
5200                                             SUPPLIES                             1,248           935         1,000        1,000              79            261          1,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                44,128        50,605        34,000       34,000          28,205         22,713         34,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                         868           860        15,000       15,000           3,499            401         15,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                     67,441        46,130        60,000       60,000           3,058          3,429         60,000
 Totals for dept 30248 - INFORMATION SYSTEMS ADMINISTRATION                         535,954       524,565       550,571      550,571         126,391        112,760        550,571

Dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                417,573       410,066       452,227      452,227         100,592         99,884        452,227
5200                                             SUPPLIES                            69,755        72,003        80,000       80,000          10,858         12,985         80,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                99,581       129,824       110,000      110,000          39,848         29,207        110,000
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                         550           893         2,000        2,000             300            -            2,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      1,634         2,889         3,000        3,000             -              -            3,000
 Totals for dept 30253 - CITY TREASURER                                             589,093       615,675       647,227      647,227         151,598        142,076        647,227

Dept 30805 - L C WALKER ADMINISTRATION
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              23,654        13,386           -             -               -           3,039             -
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      -             -             -             -               -             -               -
5900                                               OTHER FINANCING USES                 -             -             -             -               -             -               -
 Totals for dept 30805 - L C WALKER ADMINISTRATION                                   23,654        13,386           -             -               -           3,039             -

Dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               340,189       351,344       389,881      389,881              -              -         389,881
 Totals for dept 30851 - INSURANCE SERVICES                                         340,189       351,344       389,881      389,881              -              -         389,881

Dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   750           750           -             -              -              -               -
5900                                             OTHER FINANCING USES               450,061     2,676,292     1,082,000     1,082,000        901,632        372,700       1,082,000
 Totals for dept 30906 - DEBT SERVICE                                               450,811     2,677,042     1,082,000     1,082,000        901,632        372,700       1,082,000

Dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
5900                                              OTHER FINANCING USES            1,492,500     1,825,000     1,115,000     1,115,000         50,000        111,275       1,115,000
 Totals for dept 30999 - TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS                                 1,492,500     1,825,000     1,115,000     1,115,000         50,000        111,275       1,115,000

Dept 40301 - POLICE DEPARTMENT
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS              9,234,308     8,571,100     9,026,919     9,026,919      1,994,080      1,951,863       9,026,919
5200                                             SUPPLIES                           122,765       164,868       122,900       122,900         58,310         44,091         122,900
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               988,099     1,061,158     1,005,850     1,005,850        205,696        276,339       1,005,850
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                      19,583        12,097        16,000        16,000         12,176            929          16,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                     80,737        28,960        63,200        63,200         36,323         18,030          63,200
 Totals for dept 40301 - POLICE DEPARTMENT                                       10,445,491     9,838,183    10,234,869    10,234,869      2,306,585      2,291,252      10,234,869


Dept 50336 - FIRE DEPARTMENT
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS              3,805,443     2,383,583     2,678,515     2,678,515        566,974        587,670       2,678,515
5200                                             SUPPLIES                           277,979       187,712       169,300       169,300         25,677         27,257         169,300
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               133,360       136,236       183,811       183,811         26,663         22,832         183,811
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                       5,599        10,357        25,000        25,000          3,141          1,657          25,000
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                     63,472       112,320        32,400        32,400          1,424         73,049          32,400
5900                                             BUDGETED OTHER FINANCING                                                                                                   215,055
 Totals for dept 50336 - FIRE DEPARTMENT                                          4,285,853     2,830,208     3,089,026     3,089,026        623,879        712,465       3,304,081

Dept 50338 - NEW CENTRAL FIRE STATION
5200                                              SUPPLIES                              -           3,267           -            -               -              -               -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               67,524        74,618        75,000       75,000          22,657         15,243          75,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -             -             -            -               -              -               -
 Totals for dept 50338 - NEW CENTRAL FIRE STATION                                    67,524        77,885        75,000       75,000          22,657         15,243          75,000

Dept 50387 - BUILDING CODE INSPECTIONS AND ENFORCEMENT
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS               168,764       159,318       184,745       184,745         47,372         35,552         184,745
5200                                              SUPPLIES                           19,137         9,755        20,000        20,000          2,369          1,349          20,000
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            1,808,755     1,701,673     1,800,000     1,800,000        301,959        298,051       1,800,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                          22          -           3,000         3,000            -              -             3,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       -             -             -             -              -              -
 Totals for dept 50387 - CODE INSPECTIONS AND ENFORCEMENT                         1,996,679     1,870,745     2,007,745     2,007,745        351,700        334,952       2,007,745

Dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE
5100                                             SALARIES & BENEFITS                 79,304        81,013        78,820       78,820          19,775         19,966         78,820
5200                                             SUPPLIES                            26,582        18,348        30,000       30,000           4,147          7,662         30,000
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               157,936       181,589       174,391      174,391          46,438         44,769        174,391
5400                                             OTHER EXPENSES                         142           -             500          500             -              -              500
5700                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                     45,424        29,541        42,000       42,000           2,132          8,371         42,000
 Totals for dept 60265 - CITY HALL MAINTENANCE                                      309,388       310,492       325,711      325,711          72,491         80,768        325,711
                                                                 BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                             GENERAL FUND 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021-22 BUDGET
                   GL NUMBER                                                        2019-20        2020-21         2021-22      2021-22      Sep 30, 2021       Sep 30, 2020      2021-22
                       AND                                                          ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY       ORIGINAL     AMENDED         ACTUAL             ACTUAL        1st QUARTER
               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                DESCRIPTION                                   BUDGET        BUDGET        EXPENSES           EXPENSE        REFORECAST
Dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE
5100                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                      25,321         35,314         38,500       38,500          14,270              8,077          38,500
5200                                           SUPPLIES                                 15,599          8,001          8,600        8,600             -                1,330           8,600
5300                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     40,129         56,891         45,000       45,000          12,611             11,254          45,000
 Totals for dept 60446 - HIGHWAY NONCHARGEABLE                                          81,049        100,206         92,100       92,100          26,881             20,661          92,100

Dept 60448 - STREET LIGHTING
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 -              -              -            -               -                  -              -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 390,116        382,729        350,000      350,000          65,065             97,089        350,000
 Totals for dept 60448 - STREET LIGHTING                                               390,116        382,729        350,000      350,000          65,065             97,089        350,000

Dept 60523 - SANITATION
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                   43,066         33,401         37,262       37,262           9,060              7,694          37,262
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 -              -              -            -               505                -               -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               2,172,962      2,252,095      2,000,000    2,000,000         215,651            110,052       2,000,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                                                                      240
 Totals for dept 60523 - SANITATION                                                  2,216,029      2,285,497      2,037,262     2,037,262        225,457            117,746       2,037,262

Dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT
5300                                          CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      13,340          4,000         14,000       14,000              -                  -           30,000
5400                                          OTHER EXPENSES                                                             -            -                -                                 -
 Totals for dept 60550 - STORM WATER MANAGEMENT                                         13,340          4,000         14,000       14,000              -                  -           30,000

Dept 60707 - SENIOR CITIZEN TRANSIT
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                          -              -          -             -               -                 239             -
 Totals for dept 60707 - SENIOR CITIZEN TRANSIT                                                -              -          -             -               -                 239             -

Dept 60895 - INVENTORY
5400                                              SUPPLIES                                     -              -          -             -                   21             -              -
 Totals for dept 60895 INVENTORY                                                               -              -          -             -                   21             -              -

Dept 70276 - CEMETERIES
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                  127,486        149,545        188,170      188,170          34,194             42,840        188,170
5200                                              SUPPLIES                              11,603         13,028         16,050       16,050          24,080              4,534         16,050
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 248,083        177,449        247,682      247,682          51,426             61,246        247,682
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                           481            298            500          500             277                -              500
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       41,751         19,736         21,000       21,000             314              1,235         21,000
 Totals for dept 70276 - CEMETERIES                                                    429,404        360,056        473,402      473,402         110,292            109,855        473,402

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

Dept 70585 - PARKING OPERATIONS
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                   12,141         14,491            -            -             3,851              6,244             -
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 244            236            800          800             -                  -               800
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  17,532         74,799         44,800       44,800          22,981             48,217          44,800
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          606             17            -            -               -                    17            -
 Totals for dept 70585 - PARKING OPERATIONS                                             30,524         89,542         45,600       45,600          26,831             54,478          45,600

Dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                     -          -           12,000       12,000          (6,099)                -           12,000
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -        5,639          9,750        9,750          14,250                 -            9,750
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -          -           15,000       15,000             -                   -           15,000
 Totals for dept 70628 - SOCIAL DISTRICT                                                       -        5,639         36,750       36,750           8,151                 -           36,750


Dept 70751 - PARKS MAINTENANCE
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                  723,674        680,553        695,835       695,835        210,476            127,416         695,835
5200                                              SUPPLIES                             139,958        161,083        178,089       178,089         44,204             21,508         178,089
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 859,552        802,683        926,592       926,592        360,466            212,103         977,592
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                         1,192            364          1,000         1,000            -                  -             1,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      148,963         34,036         98,000        98,000         14,402             12,958          98,000
 Totals for dept 70751 - PARKS MAINTENANCE                                           1,873,339      1,678,718      1,899,516     1,899,516        629,548            373,985       1,950,516

Dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                    3,599         32,124         23,075       23,075          29,633                529         40,000
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 131          7,302          4,000        4,000           4,649              1,836          4,000
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  14,412         51,667         46,000       46,000          20,727              6,620         46,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                          -           40,129         50,000       50,000          15,524                -           50,000
 Totals for dept 70757 - MC GRAFT PARK                                                  18,142        131,222        123,075      123,075          70,533              8,985        140,000

Dept 70771 - FORESTRY
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                      -              616          5,000        5,000             -                  -             5,000
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                 656            962            -            -               453                100             -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     -           54,975         75,000       75,000             -                  320          75,000
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                           -               15            -            -               -                  -               -
 Totals for dept 70771 - FORESTRY                                                          656         56,567         80,000       80,000             453                420          80,000
                                                               BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                           GENERAL FUND 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021-22 BUDGET
                  GL NUMBER                                                        2019-20        2020-21              2021-22      2021-22     Sep 30, 2021    Sep 30, 2020      2021-22
                      AND                                                          ACTIVITY       ACTIVITY            ORIGINAL     AMENDED        ACTUAL          ACTUAL        1st QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                  DESCRIPTION                                      BUDGET        BUDGET       EXPENSES        EXPENSE        REFORECAST
Dept 70775 - GENERAL RECREATION
5200                                               SUPPLIES                               -              -                   -            -              -                -              -
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 1,928            305                 -            -            5,000              -              -
 Totals for dept 70775 - GENERAL RECREATION                                             1,928            305                 -            -            5,000              -              -

Dept 70805 - L C WALKER ARENA
5200                                               SUPPLIES                               -               -                  -            -               -              -               -
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   396          (2,588)               -            -               -             (396)            -
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAY                         -               -                  -            -               -              -               -
 Totals for dept 70805 - L C WALKER ARENA                                                 396          (2,588)               -            -               -             (396)            -

Dept 70863 -FAMERS & FLEA MARKET
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                    170                    82          -            -               -              248             -
5200                                               SUPPLIES                               -                  -               -            -               -              -               -
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                     34                   17          -            -               -              342             -
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                         -                  -               -            -               -              -               -
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                        -                  -               -            -               -              -               -
 Totals for dept 70863 - FARMERS AND FLEA MARKET                                          204                    99          -            -               -              590             -

Dept 80387 - NEIGHBORHOOD & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
5100                                            SALARIES & BENEFITS                       -                  -               -            -              -               -               -
5200                                            SUPPLIES                                  -                  -               -            -              -               -               -
5300                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    7,226                    66          -            -              969           7,490             -
5400                                            OTHER EXPENSES                            187            -                   -            -                17            -               -
5700                                            CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           -              111                 -            -              -                 48            -
 Totals for dept 80387 - NEIGHBORHOOD & CONSTRUCTION SERVICES                           7,413            177                 -            -              986           7,538             -

Dept 80400 - PLANNING
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                330,621        341,102             403,400      403,400         83,608          74,232        403,400
5200                                               SUPPLIES                             8,267         40,869              13,700       13,700         23,371           2,339         13,700
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                29,593         74,144             103,000      103,000         17,984           9,720        178,000
5400                                               OTHER EXPENSES                      16,843         19,127              15,000       15,000          9,946           3,345         15,000
5700                                               CAPITAL OUTLAYS                     19,643         13,449              21,000       21,000          1,832           2,998         21,000
 Totals for dept 80400 - PLANNING                                                     404,968        488,691             556,100      556,100        136,740          92,634        631,100

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

Dept 91116 - ADA PROJECT 2011-2012
5100                                               SALARIES & BENEFITS                        -        6,122                 -            -              238              -             -
5200                                               SUPPLIES                                   -        3,468                 -            -              -                -             -
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       -       29,349             200,000      200,000            -                -         200,000
 Totals for dept 91116 - ADA PROJECT 2011-2012                                                -       38,939             200,000      200,000            238              -         200,000

Dept 91508 - LED CONVERSION DOWNTOWN
5300                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   636,001                -           479,588      479,588        486,401              -         486,401
 Totals for dept 91508 - LED CONVERSION DOWNTOWN                                      636,001                -           479,588      479,588        486,401              -         486,401

Dept 90000 - FIRE TRUCK RESCUE PUMPER
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                             -              -               -            -               -               -         738,966
 Totals for dept 90000 - FIRE TRUCK RESCUE PUMPER                                             -              -               -            -               -               -         738,966

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

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

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

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

Dept 91921 - CITY HALL BOILERS, LED LIGHTING & BATHROOM UPGRADES
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 6,420            140                 -            -               -               -              -
Dept 91921 - CITY HALL BOILERS, LED LIGHTING & BATHROOM UPGRADES                        6,420            140                 -            -               -               -              -

Dept 92012 - LAKESHORE TRAIL REPAIRS
5300                                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                11,195                -               -            -               -            5,560             -
 Totals for dept 92012 - LAKESHORE TRAIL REPAIRS                                       11,195                -               -            -               -            5,560             -

Dept 92019 - CITY HALL LED, BOILER, AND MISC
5300                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 -           19,358                 -            -               -               -              -
5700                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                   11,660            280              50,000       50,000             -               -           50,000
 Totals for dept 92019 - CITY HALL LED, BOILER, AND MISC                               11,660         19,638              50,000       50,000             -               -           50,000
                                                              BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                          GENERAL FUND 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021-22 BUDGET
                   GL NUMBER                                                        2019-20          2020-21           2021-22         2021-22       Sep 30, 2021    Sep 30, 2020      2021-22
                       AND                                                          ACTIVITY         ACTIVITY         ORIGINAL        AMENDED          ACTUAL          ACTUAL        1st QUARTER
               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                DESCRIPTION                                       BUDGET           BUDGET         EXPENSES        EXPENSE        REFORECAST
Dept 92025 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2019
5700                                              CAPITOL OUTLAYS                         3,966                 -                -             -               -               -               -
 Totals for dept 92025 - MENTAL HEALTH GRANT 2019                                         3,966                 -             -                -               -               -               -

Dept 92038 - NEW DOOR SYSTEM AT CITY HALL
5700                                              CAPITOL OUTLAYS                              -          13,824                 -             -               -             8,600             -
 Totals for dept 92038 - NEW DOOR SYSTEM AT CITY HALL                                          -         13,824               -                -               -            8,600              -

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

Dept 92042 - CTCL ELECTION GRANT
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                          -          52,784                 -             -               -               -               -
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                     -           5,665                 -             -               -               -               -
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -         142,820                 -             -             1,295             -               -
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -         222,297                 -             -               -            19,849             -
 Totals for dept 92042 - CTCL ELECTION GRANT                                                   -        423,566               -                -            1,295          19,849              -

Dept 92043 - AAMODT PARK PLAYGROUND/PAVILLON
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -         108,908                 -             -             3,470             -               -
 Totals for dept 92043 - AAMODT PARK                                                           -        108,908               -                -            3,470              -               -

Dept 92045 - MAUSOLEUM
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -          26,819                 -             -                               -               -
 Totals for dept 92045 - MAUSOLEUM                                                             -         26,819               -                -               -               -               -

Dept 92047- CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANT
5300                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           -                -                -             -               -               -               -
 Totals for dept 92047- CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT GRANT                                              -                -             -                -               -               -               -

Dept 92048- CENTRAL DISPATCH PROJECT
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -       3,109,765        1,100,000        1,100,000        348,699              -         1,100,000
 Totals for dept 92048 CENTRAL DISPATCH PROJECT                                                -       3,109,765        1,100,000        1,100,000        348,699              -         1,100,000

Dept 92049- ARENA ROOF HVAC PAYOFF
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -          79,745                 -             -               -               -               -
 Totals for dept 92049 ARENA ROOF HVAC PAYOFF                                                  -         79,745               -                -               -               -               -

Dept 92051- CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY FUNDING PROGRAM
5200                                           SUPPLIES                                        -           1,579                 -             -               -              440              -
 Totals for dept 92051 CORONAVIRUS EMERGENCY FUNDING PROGRAM                                   -          1,579               -                -               -              440              -

Dept 92101- POLICE BODY CAMERA & ECT
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -         227,967                 -             -          258,978              -           260,000
 Totals for dept 92101 POLICE BODY CAMERA & ECT                                                -        227,967               -                -          258,978              -          260,000

Dept 92105- MENTAL HEALTH GRANT
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -          23,449                 -             -             3,542             -               -
 Totals for dept 92105 MENTAL HEALTH GRANT                                                     -         23,449               -                -            3,542              -               -

Dept 92106-BEACH ST EXPANDED PARKING LOT
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         -          30,811                 -             -               -               -           700,000
 Totals for dept 92106 BEACH ST EXPANDED PARKING LOT                                           -         30,811               -                -               -               -          700,000

Dept 92108-SCBA REPLACEMENT
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -         233,620                 -             -             2,817             -               -
 Totals for dept 92108 SCBA REPLACEMENT                                                        -        233,620               -                -            2,817              -               -

Dept 92119-LAKETON TRAIL LIGHTING
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -                                 -             -                               -           100,000
 Totals for dept 92119 LAKETON TRAIL LIGHTING                                                  -                -             -                -               -               -          100,000

Dept 92120-PUBLIC ART MAINTENANCE
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              -                                 -             -                               -             5,000
 Totals for dept 92120 PUBLIC ART MAINTENANCE                                                  -                -             -                -               -               -            5,000

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

Dept 99152 - DOJ JAG GRANT MUSKEGON HEIGHTS
5300                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          -         24,622               -                -               -               -               -
 Totals for dept 99152 - DOJ JAG GRANT MUSKEGON HEIGHTS                                        -         24,622               -                -               -               -               -

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                30,256,788.08    36,932,129.03    33,895,557.00    33,895,557.00   8,494,990.22    6,505,774.10    36,081,416.00




NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES - FUND 101                                                (603,340)      3,278,794           61,015           61,015      (3,878,524)     (1,208,763)     (1,746,094)
  BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                              8,505,195       7,901,855       11,180,649       11,180,649      11,180,649       7,901,855      11,180,649
  ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                 7,901,855      11,180,649       11,241,664       11,241,664       7,302,125       6,693,092       9,434,555
                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                           ADDITIONAL DETAIL GENERAL FUND

                                                                                                                                                                                                                           FY2021‐22 
                                                                                                                   Original Budget                           Actual                    1st Quarter                     Recommended 
                         Agency                Actual 2019‐2020 Actual 2020‐2021                                       FY2021‐22                         9/30/2021                      Reforecast                            Budget
Muskegon Area Transit (MATS)                                      99,512                130,979                                    130,979
                                                                                                                                                                     53,393                 130,979                                   130,979
Neighborhood Association Grants                                  66,684
                                                                                             156,546                               150,000
                                                                                                                                                                   103,760                 150,000                                    150,000
YMCA                                                                                         100,000                                            ‐                                                               ‐                                   ‐
Boys & Girls Club                                                80,000
                                                                                               77,681                                 80,000                         50,000                    80,000                                    80,000
Muskegon Public Schools Youth Recreation                         20,000
                                                                                               20,000                                 20,000                                                         20,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         20,000
Port City Football                                                  5,000                     5,000                                             ‐                               ‐                               ‐                                   ‐
Muskegon Area First                                               10,000                                                                        ‐                               ‐                               ‐                                   ‐
Veterans Memorial Day Costs                                         5,335                     4,918                                     7,000                                   ‐                       7,000                              7,000
Downtown Muskegon Now                                                       ‐                                                                   ‐                               ‐                               ‐                                   ‐
West Michigan Lake Hawks                                            4,500                                                                       ‐                               ‐                               ‐                                   ‐
Lakeside Business District                                                  ‐                     2,500                                 2,500                                                           2,500                              2,500
Latinos Working for the Future                                      1,000                                                                       ‐                               ‐                               ‐                                   ‐
community Encompass 3rd Street Mural                                6,000                                                                       ‐                               ‐                               ‐                                   ‐
Cogic Community Center                                                 250                                                                 250                                  ‐                          250                                250
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               
211 Service                                                         2,500                     2,500                                     2,500                                                           2,500                              2,500
Harmony Park ‐ Rotary                                                                          10,000                                 10,000                                                         10,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         10,000
Muskegon Museum of Art Expansion                                                                                                                ‐                                                                     
Community Foundation DEI Taskforce                                                                25,000
Public Art Hubert Massey Mural
MLK Diversity Program                                               1,100                                                               1,100                             ‐                       2,200                       1,100
Muskegon Area Loabor Management (MALMC)                                                                                                 1,000                             ‐                       1,000                       1,000
Black Business Expo                                                                       2,490
Steelhead Scuplture                                                                       4,000                                                                                                      ‐
Support to Outside Agencies                                   301,881                541,614                   405,329
                                                                                                                                      207,153                 406,429                  405,329




                                                                                                                                                                                                                        FY2021‐22 
                                                                                                                   Original Budget                    Actual                            1st Quarter                   Recommended 
                         Fund                  Actual 2019‐2020                 Actual 2020‐2021                       FY2021‐22                  9/30/2021                             Reforecast                       Budget
Major Street Fund                                                           ‐                               ‐                      100,000
                                                                                                                                    
Local Street Fund                                             250,000                          100,000                             105,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                   100,000                            100,000
Farmers Market Fund                                               45,000                         55,000                            700,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                   105,000                            105,000
Mercy Health Arena Fund                                       800,000                          235,000                             350,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                   700,000                            700,000
LDFA Debt Service Fund ( Smartzone)                           360,000                          350,000                                          ‐                                                  350,000                            350,000
DDA Debt Service Fund                                                                                                                 50,000                             ‐                                       ‐                                  ‐
Public Improvement Fund                                                                                                                                                                               50,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         50,000
Tree Replacement Fund                                               7,500
State Grants Fund                                                10,000
                                                                  
Community Development Block Grant Fund                                                                                             200,000
                                                                                                                                    
Public Service Building                                                                                                               50,000                                                       200,000                  200,000
Engineering Services Fund                                        20,000
                                                                                                                                                ‐                                                     50,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 50,000
General Insurance Fund
                                                           1,492,500                740,000               1,555,000                             ‐              1,555,000               1,555,000
                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                           STREET FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  
                   GL NUMBER                                                                                                                2019‐20                           2020‐21                          2021‐22                        2021‐22                   Sep 30, 2021                     Sep 30, 2020                    2021‐22
                       AND                                                                                                                  ACTIVITY                          ACTIVITY                        ORIGINAL                       AMENDED                      ACTUAL                           ACTUAL                      1ST QUARTER
               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                    DESCRIPTION                                                                           BUDGET                          BUDGET                     EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                      REFORECAST

Fund 202 ‐ MAJOR STREETS

Estimated Revenues
Dept 00000
 202‐00000‐4161                                                                          SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                                                       ‐                                 ‐                                ‐                               ‐                                                                                           ‐
 202‐00000‐4300                                                                          FEDERAL GRANTS                                           1,049,653                                          ‐               1,109,848                       1,109,848                                                                                   1,109,848
 202‐00000‐4400                                                                          STATE GRANTS                                                              ‐                                 ‐                  315,000                          315,000                                                                                    315,000
 202‐00000‐4501                                                                          STATE RECEIPTS                                                                                             ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                                                                           ‐
 202‐00000‐4531                                                                          STATE RECEIPT MAJORS                                     3,924,117                         4,319,666                        4,350,000                       4,350,000                 879,635                868,789                                    4,350,000
 202‐00000‐4532                                                                          STATE RECEIPT TRUNKLINE                                                   ‐                                 ‐                  216,000                          216,000                                                                                    216,000
 202‐00000‐4535                                                                          LRP LOCAL ROADS PROGRAM                                        80,056                            79,963                                      ‐                               ‐                   13,318                     6,664                                        ‐
 202‐00000‐4651                                                                          REIMBURSEMENT                                                                                               ‐                                ‐                               ‐                                                                                           ‐
 202‐00000‐4800                                                                          MISC. & SUNDRY                                                55,016                             27,003                                      ‐                               ‐                     4,244                  12,241                           360,000
 202‐00000‐4802                                                                          REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                                       18,001                             11,521                                      ‐                               ‐                                                                                           ‐
 202‐00000‐4805                                                                          CONTRIBUTIONS                                                                                                                                ‐                               ‐                                                                                           ‐
 202‐00000‐4901                                                                          OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                                                                                                                  ‐                               ‐                                                                                           ‐
 202‐00000‐4904                                                                          OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL FUND
 202‐00000‐4970                                                                          INTEREST INCOME                                                  9,664
                                                                                                                                                                               10,039                     5,000                    5,000                                  2,045                    5,000
 202‐00000‐4973                                                                          INTEREST ON ASSESSMENTS                                                                                                   ‐                             ‐                                                          ‐
 Total Dept 00000                                                                                                                                 5,136,508              4,448,193             5,995,848            5,995,848                 897,196                889,739            6,355,848

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                         5,136,508              4,448,193                                   5,995,848                       5,995,848                 897,196                               889,739                     6,355,848


 Estimated Expenditures
 EXPENDITURES
 5100                                                                                     SALARIES & BENEFITS                                        544,686                 487,370                579,580                579,580                 113,782                                                           111,771                         579,580
 5200                                                                                     SUPPLIES                                                   256,197                 130,837                272,000                272,000                     6,923                                                           13,464                        272,000
 5300                                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                       685,945                 655,202                990,906                990,906                 195,429                                                           114,149                         990,906
 5400                                                                                     OTHER EXPENSES                                                  1,592                         295                     2,000                    2,000                              ‐                                                     ‐                      2,000
5700                                                                                      CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                                          ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                   ‐                               ‐
 5900                                                                                     OTHER FINANCING USES                                       231,873                 230,300                              ‐                             ‐                 233,503                                            226,854                                      ‐
   Totals for all 60000's Departments                                                                                                             1,720,293              1,504,005             1,844,486            1,844,486                 549,637                                                                466,238                     1,844,486

 Dept 90000‐UNASSIGNED
 5300                                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                      ‐                              ‐                                             ‐                             ‐
5700                                                                                                                                                                                                                 455,000                455,000                                                                            105,000
 Total Dept 90011                                                                                                                                                 ‐                                 ‐                455,000                455,000                              ‐                             ‐               105,000

 Dept 91013
 5300                                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                               858                                    ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91013                                                                                                                                            858                                    ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91115 ‐ SPEED LIMIT EVALUATION
 5300                                 ENGINEERING SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                                                                ‐                             ‐                                                                                                ‐
 Total Dept 91115 ‐ SPEED LIMIT EVALUATION                                                                                                                        ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91323 ‐ APPLE/US31 ON RAMP
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                         ‐                                                                ‐                             ‐                                                                                                ‐
 Total Dept 91323 ‐ APPLE/US31 ON RAMP                                                                                                                            ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐

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

 Dept 91413 ‐ LAKETON AVE ‐ NEVADA TO LAKESHORE DR
5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                                                                ‐                             ‐                                                                                                ‐
 Total Dept 91413 ‐ LAKETON AVE ‐ NEVADA TO LAKESHORE DR                                                                                                          ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91509 ‐ LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON
5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                         ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91509 ‐ LAKETON AVE, GETTY ST TO CRESTON                                                                                                              ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91601 ‐ GLENSIDE ‐ SHERMAN TO GLEN
5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                         ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                                                                                ‐
 Total Dept 91601 ‐ GLENSIDE ‐ SHERMAN TO GLEN                                                                                                                    ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91605 ‐ TRAFFIC STUDIES
5300                                                                                      CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                            2,787                                     ‐                                                      ‐                              ‐                                                                     ‐
5700                                                                                                                                                               ‐                                ‐                   50,000                  50,000                              ‐                                                                           ‐
 Total Dept 91605 ‐ TRAFFIC STUDIES                                                                                                                       2,787                                     ‐                   50,000                  50,000                              ‐                                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91702 ‐ BLACK CREEK ‐ SHERMAN TO LATIMER
5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91702 ‐ BLACK CREEK ‐ SHERMAN TO LATIMER                                                                                                              ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91711 ‐ LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                         3,194,193                            193,028                              ‐                             ‐                   10,339                     2,558                  56,972
 Total Dept 91711 ‐ LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON                                                                                            3,194,193                            193,028                              ‐                             ‐                   10,339                     2,558                  56,972
                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                           STREET FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  
             GL NUMBER                                                                                                                    2019‐20                         2020‐21                          2021‐22                        2021‐22                       Sep 30, 2021                     Sep 30, 2020                    2021‐22
                AND                                                                                                                       ACTIVITY                        ACTIVITY                        ORIGINAL                       AMENDED                          ACTUAL                           ACTUAL                      1ST QUARTER
       BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                     DESCRIPTION                                                                                                                                              BUDGET                          BUDGET                         EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                      REFORECAST
 Dept 91724 ‐ FRANKLIN, WESTERN MI FRANKLIN TO LSD
5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                             14,486                                      ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                                                   ‐
 Total Dept 91724 ‐ FRANKLIN, WESTERN MI FRANKLIN TO LSD                                                                                              14,486                                      ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                   ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91725 ‐ LAKESHORE, BEACH WILCOX TO WATERWORKS
5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                           346,031                            46,366                              ‐                             ‐                                                             34,124                             ‐
 Total Dept 91725 ‐ LAKESHORE, BEACH WILCOX TO WATERWORKS                                                                                           346,031                            46,366                              ‐                             ‐                                        ‐                     34,124                             ‐

 Dept 91821 ‐ 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES
5200                                  SUPPLIES                                                                                                                   ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                                        ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91821 ‐ 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES                                                                                                     ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91831 ‐ REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION
5300                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                                           ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91831 ‐ REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                                                                                                     ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91842 ‐ SHERIDAN & OTLHOFF
5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                              10,178                         715,222                              ‐                             ‐                                                            715,222                             ‐
 Total Dept 91842 ‐ SHERIDAN & OTLHOFF                                                                                                                10,178                         715,222                              ‐                             ‐                                         ‐                  715,222                             ‐

 Dept 91843 ‐ THIRD ST, MUSKEGON TO MERRILL
5200                                 SUPPLIES                                                                                                               990                                   ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                           480,560                                       ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91843 ‐ THIRD ST, MUSKEGON TO MERRILL                                                                                                   481,550                                       ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91844 ‐ 1ST STREET, SOUTH END BETWEEN CLAY & WES
5200                                  SUPPLIES                                                                                                                   ‐                                                               ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                                                                       ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                                           ‐
 Total Dept 91844 ‐ 1ST STREET, SOUTH END BETWEEN CLAY & WES                                                                                                     ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91851 ‐ SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER
 5300                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                     ‐                   110,073                                                                                             2,871                                    ‐                  12,949
   Totals for dept 91852 ‐ 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                                                                                                              ‐                   110,073                              ‐                                      ‐                       2,871                                    ‐                  12,949

 Dept 91852 ‐ 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE
 5300                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                     ‐                      2,120                              ‐                                     ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐
   Totals for dept 91852 ‐ 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                                                                                                              ‐                      2,120                              ‐                                     ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91856 ‐ PECK & SANFORD 2 WAY CONVERSION
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                              26,001                              ‐                             ‐                                                                                                        ‐
 Total Dept 91856 ‐ PECK & SANFORD 2 WAY CONVERSION                                                                                                              ‐                     26,001                              ‐                             ‐                                        ‐                               ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91858 ‐ MUSKEGON & WEBSTER RESTRIPING
 5300                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                                                                          ‐                             ‐                                                                                                  ‐
 Total Dept 91858 ‐ MUSKEGON & WEBSTER RESTRIPING                                                                                                                ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                  ‐                               ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91859 ‐ PECK & SANFORD 2 WAY CONVERSION
5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                           215,775                                                                      ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                                                   ‐
 Total Dept 91859 ‐ PECK & SANFORD 2 WAY CONVERSION                                                                                                 215,775                                       ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                   ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91905 ‐ LAKETON/LAKESHORE TRAIL CONNECTOR
5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                 1,606                                                                   ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                                                   ‐
 Total Dept 91905 ‐ LAKETON/LAKESHORE TRAIL CONNECTOR                                                                                                    1,606                                    ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                                   ‐                               ‐

 Dept 91914 ‐ SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                     61                             948                              ‐                             ‐                                                                790                             ‐
 Total Dept 91914 ‐ SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING                                                                                                                 61                             948                              ‐                             ‐                                     ‐                          790                             ‐

 Dept 91917 ‐ BEACH ST. ‐ WILCOX TO SIMSPON
 5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                           49,577                         350,121                              ‐                             ‐                     2,285                        680                  49,479
 Total Dept 91917 ‐ BEACH ST. ‐ WILCOX TO SIMSPON                                                                                                     49,577                         350,121                              ‐                             ‐                     2,285                        680                  49,479

 Dept 92002 ‐ PECK ST. ‐ APPLE TO STRONG
 5300                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                          19,448                           41,228                              ‐                             ‐                   71,369                     7,410                             ‐
 5700                                   CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                           ‐                                ‐                650,000                650,000                              ‐                             ‐               650,000
 Total Dept 92002 ‐ PECK ST. ‐ APPLE TO STRONG                                                                                                        19,448                           41,228                650,000                650,000                   71,369                     7,410               650,000

 Dept 92003 ‐ MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN FROM WESTERN TO LSD
 5300                               ENGINEERING SERVICES                                                                                              18,590                         808,491                              ‐                             ‐                     3,809                  27,404                    4,000
 Total Dept 92003 ‐MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN FROM WESTERN TO LSD                                                                                            18,590                         808,491                              ‐                             ‐                     3,809                  27,404                    4,000

 Dept 92004 ‐ TERRACE; APPLE TO SEAWAY
 5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                             32,288                                                                    22,530                             ‐
 5700                                 CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                                                              ‐             1,043,000            1,043,000                              ‐                             ‐            1,500,000
 Total Dept 92004 ‐ TERRACE; APPLE TO SEAWAY                                                                                                                     ‐                     32,288             1,043,000            1,043,000                   22,530                             ‐            1,500,000

 Dept 92010 ‐ PECK ST ‐ LAKETON TO MERRILL
 5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                            54,361                                                                                          14,797                             ‐               450,000
 Total Dept 920010 ‐ PECK ST ‐ LAKETON TO MERRILL                                                                                                                ‐                     54,361                              ‐                                     ‐                     14,797                             ‐               450,000
                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                           STREET FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  
             GL NUMBER                                                                                                                     2019‐20                         2020‐21                          2021‐22                        2021‐22                     Sep 30, 2021                     Sep 30, 2020                    2021‐22
                AND                                                                                                                        ACTIVITY                        ACTIVITY                        ORIGINAL                       AMENDED                        ACTUAL                           ACTUAL                      1ST QUARTER
       BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                   DESCRIPTION                                                                                                                                                 BUDGET                          BUDGET                       EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                      REFORECAST
 Dept 92012 ‐ LAKESHORE TRAIL EROSION
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                    274,883                              ‐                             ‐                   13,845                          77                  13,845
 Total Dept 92012 ‐LAKESHORE TRAIL EROSION                                                                                                                       ‐                    274,883                              ‐                             ‐                   13,845                          77                  13,845

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

 Dept 92032 ‐ ROBERTS; BARNEY TO LAKETON
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                      1,770                              ‐                             ‐                                                             1,623                             ‐
 Total Dept 92032 ‐ ROBERTS; BARNEY TO LAKETON                                                                                                                    ‐                      1,770                              ‐                             ‐                                      ‐                     1,623                             ‐

 Dept 92033 ‐ TERRACE; APPLE TO MUSKEGON REPAINT
 5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                       ‐                      16,434                              ‐                             ‐                                                           11,804                             ‐
 Total Dept 92033 ‐ TERRACE; APPLE TO MUSKEGON REPAINT                                                                                                            ‐                     16,434                              ‐                             ‐                                      ‐                     11,804                             ‐

 Dept 92036 ‐ HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                      30,259                              ‐                             ‐                   14,191                        893                             ‐
 5700                                CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                              ‐                                 ‐                700,000                700,000                              ‐                             ‐                  40,000
 Total Dept 92036 ‐ HOUSTON 9TH TO 3RD                                                                                                                            ‐                     30,259                700,000                700,000                   14,191                        893                  40,000

 Dept 92037 ‐ MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                                           851                             ‐
 Total Dept 92037 ‐ MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                                                                                            ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                ‐                          851                             ‐

 Dept 92046 ‐ FRAUENTAL ALLEY
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                                                ‐                             ‐
5700                                                                                                                                                             ‐                                 ‐                              ‐
 Total Dept 92046 ‐ FRAUENTUAL ALLEY                                                                                                                              ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                                ‐                               ‐                               ‐

 Dept 92102 ‐ WOOD ST, APPLE TO MARQUETTE
 5300                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                        ‐                      10,152                              ‐                             ‐                     5,769                             ‐                             ‐
 5700                                CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                              ‐                                 ‐                500,000                500,000                              ‐                             ‐               420,000
 Total Dept 92102 ‐ WOOD ST, APPLE TO MARQUETTE                                                                                                                   ‐                     10,152                500,000                500,000                     5,769                             ‐               420,000

 Dept 92121 ‐ PECK (KEATING TO LAKETON)
 5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                      ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 5700                                  CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                            ‐                                 ‐                   50,000                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                  50,000
 Total Dept 92121 ‐  PECK (KEATING TO LAKETON)                                                                                                                    ‐                                ‐                   50,000                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                  50,000

 Dept 92122 ‐ SHERMAN (GLENSIDE TO SEAWAY)
 5300                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                         ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 5700                               CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                               ‐                                 ‐                100,000                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                  75,000
 Total Dept 92122 ‐ SHERMAN (GLENSIDE TO SEAWAY)                                                                                                                  ‐                                ‐                100,000                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                  75,000

 Dept 92123 ‐ AMITY & OTTAWA
 5300                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                          ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 5700                              CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                                ‐                                 ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                  25,000
 Total Dept 92123 ‐ AMITY & OTTAWA                                                                                                                                ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                  25,000

 Dept 96021 ‐ BRIDGE INSPECTION
 5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                  270                      1,175                              ‐                             ‐                         720                             ‐                    2,000
 Total Dept 96021 ‐ BRIDGE INSPECTION                                                                                                                       270                      1,175                              ‐                             ‐                         720                             ‐                    2,000

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

 Dept 99118 ‐ MUSKETAWA TRAIL CONNECTOR 1B (KEATING TO
 5300                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                              46,932                            77,741                                                          ‐                   14,339                  14,944                             ‐
 5700                               CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                               ‐                                 ‐                650,000                650,000                              ‐                             ‐               650,000
 Total Dept 99118 ‐ MUSKETAWA TRAIL CONNECTOR 1B (KEATING TO                                                                                          46,932                            77,741                650,000                650,000                   14,339                  14,944               650,000

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                             6,125,171                         4,296,663                      5,892,486                       5,892,486                 726,502                              1,284,619                       5,948,731

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 202                                                                                                           (988,663)                 151,530                103,362                103,362                 170,694               (394,880)               407,117
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                      3,283,199              2,294,536             2,446,066            2,446,066             2,446,066            2,294,536            2,446,066
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                         2,294,536              2,446,066             2,549,428            2,549,428             2,616,760             1,899,656            2,853,183
                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                           STREET FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  
                   GL NUMBER                                                                                                               2019‐20                         2020‐21                         2021‐22                       2021‐22                      Sep 30, 2021                   Sep 30, 2020                    2021‐22
                       AND                                                                                                                 ACTIVITY                        ACTIVITY                       ORIGINAL                      AMENDED                         ACTUAL                         ACTUAL                      1ST QUARTER
               BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                    DESCRIPTION                                                                       BUDGET                         BUDGET                        EXPENSES                       EXPENSE                      REFORECAST



 Fund 203 ‐ LOCAL STREETS

 Revenues
 Dept 00000
 203‐00000‐4161                                                                          SPECIAL ASSESSMENTS                                                                                                                                           ‐                                                                                           ‐
 203‐00000‐4216                                                                          TELECOM FRANCHISE FEES                                      178,153                          185,050                175,000                160,000                                                                                          160,000
 203‐00000‐4300                                                                          FEDERAL GRANTS                                                                                                                                                ‐                                                                                           ‐
 203‐00000‐4533                                                                          STATE RECEIPT LOCAL                                      1,075,616                        1,181,016             1,200,000            1,190,000                                            106,962                222,047            1,190,000
 203‐00000‐4535                                                                          LRP LOCAL ROADS PROGRAM                                        22,308                           22,221                   25,000                  20,000                                   121,330                  10,367                  20,000
 203‐00000‐4800                                                                          MISC. & SUNDRY                                                      380                         49,246                   50,000                    1,000                                      6,480                     1,168                    1,000
 203‐00000‐4802                                                                          REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                                          5,298                            2,349                     5,000                  15,000                                                                                      15,000
 203‐00000‐4803                                                                          CDBG PROGRAM REIMBURSEMENTS                                                                                                                                   ‐                                                                                           ‐
 203‐00000‐4805                                                                          CONTRIBUTIONS                                                                                   13,110
 203‐00000‐4900                                                                          OPERATING TRANSFERS IN                                                                                                 100,000                100,000                                                                                         100,000
 203‐00000‐4901                                                                          OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                                 250,000                                                                                           ‐                                                                                             ‐
 203‐00000‐4902                                                                          OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE                                                                                                                                ‐                                                                                             ‐
 203‐00000‐4970                                                                          INTEREST INCOME                                                  3,286                            4,502                                              3,500                                                                                         3,500
 203‐00000‐4973                                                                          INTEREST ON ASSESSMENTS                                                                                                                                       ‐                                                                                             ‐
 Total Dept 00000                                                                                                                                 1,535,042                        1,457,494             1,555,000            1,489,500                                            234,772                       233,582            1,489,500

 TOTAL REVENUES                                                                                                                                   1,535,042              1,457,494                               1,555,000                      1,489,500                 234,772                                 233,582                     1,489,500


 Expenditures
 EXPENDITURES
5100                                                                                      SALARIES & BENEFITS                                        641,594                 587,052                                              ‐                             ‐                 155,113                113,211                             ‐
5200                                                                                      SUPPLIES                                                   269,471                 233,347                                              ‐                             ‐                   80,407                     6,603                             ‐
5300                                                                                      CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                       431,345                 395,962                                              ‐                             ‐                 174,989                100,714                             ‐
5400                                                                                      OTHER EXPENSES                                                     860                         330                                      ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
5700                                                                                      CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                                          ‐                         704                                  ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 5900                                                                                     OTHER FINANCING USES                                               110                              ‐                                   ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Expenditures                                                                                                                               1,343,380              1,217,395                                                ‐                             ‐                 410,508                220,528                             ‐

 Dept 90000
 5300                                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                     ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 90000                                                                                                                                                 ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91609 ‐ HARTFORD, PINE & DIANA WATER MAIN UPGRAD
 5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                         ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91609 ‐ HARTFORD, PINE & DIANA WATER MAIN UPGRAD                                                                                                      ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91707 ‐ HACKLEY, GLADE TO PARK
 5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                         ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91707 ‐ HACKLEY, GLADE TO PARK                                                                                                                        ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91819 ‐ FIRST STREET RECONSTRUCTION
 5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                                        ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91819 ‐ FIRST STREET RECONSTRUCTION                                                                                                                   ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91821 ‐ 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES
 5300                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                                        ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91821 ‐ 2018 CIP PREVENTIVE MAINT, MILLING & RES                                                                                                      ‐                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91822 ‐ FOREST AVE, PECK STREET TO CLINTON STREE
5200                                  SUPPLIES                                                                                                                                                     ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
5300                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                                        ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
 Total Dept 91822 ‐ FOREST AVE, PECK STREET TO CLINTON STREE                                                                                                      ‐                                ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91841 ‐ MARSH & WALTON
5300                               CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                   4,074                                                                                           ‐                                                                                          ‐
 Total Dept 91841 ‐ MARSH & WALTON                                                                                                                        4,074                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐

 Dept 91854 ‐ BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER
 5300                                   CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                           57,503                           81,243                                                       42,061                         888                             23,398                               888
   Totals for dept 91854 ‐ BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                                                                                         57,503                           81,243                              ‐                        42,061                         888                             23,398                               888

 Dept 92037 ‐ MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD
 5300                                  CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                             20,825                   50,000                              42,061                            2,257                                                      50,000
   Totals for Dept 92037 ‐ MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                                                                                     ‐                     20,825                   50,000                              42,061                            2,257                                   ‐                  50,000

 Dept 92046 ‐ 3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION
5300                                    CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                                                            17,510                                                                              180,159
5700                                    CAPITAL OUTLAY                                                                                                                                                              150,000                          42,061                                                                                      190,000
   Totals for Dept 92046 ‐ 3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                                                                                                           ‐                     17,510                      150,000                          42,061                 180,159                                            ‐                 190,000

 Dept 99012 ‐ GIS TRAINING
5300                                                                                     CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                913                                                                                           ‐                                                                                          ‐
 Total Dept 99012 ‐ GIS TRAINING                                                                                                                             913                              ‐                              ‐                             ‐                              ‐                             ‐                             ‐
                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                           STREET FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  
           GL NUMBER                                                                                                                      2019‐20                2020‐21                    2021‐22                2021‐22             Sep 30, 2021             Sep 30, 2020                2021‐22
              AND                                                                                                                         ACTIVITY               ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL               AMENDED                   ACTUAL                   ACTUAL             1ST QUARTER
     BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                              DESCRIPTION                                                         BUDGET                 BUDGET                EXPENSES                  EXPENSE              REFORECAST
 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                              1,405,870               1,336,973                  200,000                126,183                 593,812                  243,927                 240,888

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 203                                                                                                             129,172                 120,521             1,355,000            1,363,317               (359,040)                 (10,345)            1,248,612
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                          938,943              1,068,115             1,188,636            1,188,636             1,188,636            1,068,115            1,188,636
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                          1,068,115              1,188,636             2,543,636            2,551,953                 829,596             1,057,770            2,437,248
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                              2019‐20                     2020‐21                       2021‐22                         2021‐22                         Sep 30, 2021                      Sep 30, 2020                       2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                                ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                     ORIGINAL                        AMENDED                            ACTUAL                            ACTUAL                        1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                              DESCRIPTION                                                                      BUDGET                           BUDGET                           EXPENSES                          EXPENSE                        REFORECAST

252 ‐ FARMERS MARKET AND KITCHEN 242

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
 252‐00000‐4300                                                                                                                      FEDERAL GRANTS                                            ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                  ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                  ‐
 252‐00000‐4400                                                                                                                      STATE GRANTS                                              ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                  ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                  ‐
 252‐00000‐4663                                                                                                                      FLEA MARKET AT FARMERS MARKET                  15,826                       15,120                        15,000                             15,000                            10,934                               7,656                           15,000
 252‐00000‐4664                                                                                                                      FARMERS MARKET INCOME                          66,353                       75,394                        90,000                             90,000                            46,320                            39,408                             90,000
 252‐00000‐4677                                                                                                                      RENT                                                                                                      32,225                             32,225                                                                                                 32,225
 252‐00000‐4680                                                                                                                      ADVERTISING REVENUE                                        ‐                         ‐                               ‐                                  ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                  ‐
 252‐00000‐4690                                                                                                                      KITCHEN 242 RENTAL                              13,695              15,785                                15,000                             15,000                              6,285                              6,285                           15,000
 252‐00000‐4693                                                                                                                      FARMERS MARKET EVENT RENTAL                       2,716                 3,000                               2,000                              2,000                             2,915                              1,500                             3,000
 252‐00000‐4694                                                                                                                      FARMERS MARKET EBT FEES                           3,476                 7,885                               4,500                              4,500                           12,097                               2,711                           13,000
 252‐00000‐4696                                                                                                                      RETRO MARKET RENTAL FEES                             888                         ‐                                   ‐                                  ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                  ‐
 252‐00000‐4697                                                                                                                      ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGES                                                                                         5,000                              5,000                                                                                                  5,000
 252‐00000‐4699                                                                                                                      FOOD HUB                                          2,554                           ‐                                  ‐                                  ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                  ‐
 252‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                      MISC. & SUNDRY                                             ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                 363                                      ‐                                  ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                                  ‐
 252‐00000‐4805                                                                                                                      CONTRIBUTIONS                                     1,500                  3,846                              1,500                              1,500                                      ‐                            868                            1,500
 252‐00000‐4814                                                                                                                      PROMOTIONAL PRODUCTS                                 348                    209                             1,000                              1,000                                 663                               209                            1,000
 252‐00000‐4840                                                                                                                      FRIENDS OF THE MARKET                             5,285                     378                             6,000                              6,000                                      ‐                            345                            6,000
 252‐00000‐4845                                                                                                                      FUNDRAISING REVENUE                             38,250                  (4,795)                           23,000                             23,000                            26,152                                       ‐                       23,000
 252‐00000‐4901                                                                                                                      OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                     45,000                 75,000                             75,000                             75,000                                       ‐                                 ‐                       75,000
 252‐00000‐4904                                                                                                                      OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                                          5,000                                                                                                 45,000                                                                          ‐
 252‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                                      280                    328                     200                          200                                                      ‐                            114                                     ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                        196,170            197,513             270,425                  270,425                                                         150,365                              59,096                          279,725

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                         196,170                      197,513                      270,425                            270,425                  150,365                                       59,096                          279,725


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

 Dept 70863 ‐ FARMERS & FLEA MARKET
 5100                                                                                                                                SALARIES & BENEFITS                             58,765              42,839                                64,400                    64,400                                     18,346                            13,008                    64,400
 5200                                                                                                                                SUPPLIES                                        26,971              11,789                                38,600                    38,600                                       5,835                                 202                    38,600
 5300                                                                                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          102,457              92,127                               148,769                  148,769                                       35,355                            26,416                  148,769
 5400                                                                                                                                OTHER EXPENSES                                    1,632                    316                              4,000                       4,000                                          80                                   ‐                       4,000
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   7,454              13,172                               12,500                    12,500                                                ‐                      11,145                    12,500
   Totals for dept 70863 ‐ FARMERS & FLEA MARKET                                                                                                                                   197,280            160,243                                268,269                  268,269                                       59,616                             50,771                  268,269

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

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                               197,280                      160,243                      296,007                            296,007                    59,616                                      50,771                          296,007

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 252                                                                                                                                              (1,110)              37,270              (25,582)                   (25,582)                    90,749                       8,325                                                               (16,282)
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                            6,224                 5,114                42,384                    42,384                    42,384                       5,114                                                                42,384
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                               5,114              42,384                16,802                    16,802                  133,133                    13,438                                                                     26,102
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                                  2019‐20                      2020‐21                       2021‐22                       2021‐22                        Sep 30, 2021                     Sep 30, 2020                        2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                                    ACTIVITY                     ACTIVITY                     ORIGINAL                      AMENDED                           ACTUAL                           ACTUAL                         1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                              DESCRIPTION                                                                           BUDGET                         BUDGET                          EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                         REFORECAST

 Fund 254 ‐ MERCY HEALTH ARENA

 ESTIMATED REVENUES
 Dept 00000
 254‐00000‐4300                                                                                                                      FEDERAL GRANTS                                                 ‐                            ‐                             ‐                               ‐                    625,498                                      ‐                   625,498
 254‐00000‐4610                                                                                                                      ANNEX REVENUE                                       69,552                         5,219                       70,000                    70,000                                    4,538                            4,538                         70,000
 254‐00000‐4619                                                                                                                      MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                            10,949                         1,017                       10,500                    10,500                                        606                             120                        10,500
 254‐00000‐4639                                                                                                                      RAD DADS                                          142,683                      178,005                       100,000                  100,000                                    30,000                          11,925                         100,000
 254‐00000‐4640                                                                                                                      TICKER SURCHARGE                                    31,589                       10,717                        32,000                    32,000                                         (75)                                ‐                     32,000
 254‐00000‐4643                                                                                                                      VIP COMPENSATION                                    10,054                                  ‐                             ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                ‐
 254‐00000‐4646                                                                                                                      CONCESSIONS FOOD                                    74,207                       39,445                                   ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                       2,067                                    ‐
 254‐00000‐4647                                                                                                                      MERCHANDISE ‐ ARENA                                 22,945                         2,120                                  ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                ‐
 254‐00000‐4651                                                                                                                      REIMBURSEMENT                                         3,112                                 ‐                             ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                ‐
 254‐00000‐4665                                                                                                                      ADVERTISING REVENUE                               106,000                      106,000                       124,000                  124,000                                               ‐                               ‐                   124,000
 254‐00000‐4666                                                                                                                      PARKING LOT RENTAL ‐ WESTERN AVENUE                 24,103                       13,450                        24,000                    24,000                                  10,140                                     ‐                     24,000
 254‐00000‐4667                                                                                                                      PARKING LOT RENTAL                                  10,902                         1,265                       12,000                    12,000                                    3,810                                    ‐                     12,000
 254‐00000‐4677                                                                                                                      RENT                                              143,976                      186,350                       172,767                  172,767                                    64,311                         (11,925)                        172,767
 254‐00000‐4691                                                                                                                      ARENA EVENT REVENUE                               179,191                      132,042                       230,000                  230,000                                    87,421                                     ‐                   230,000
 254‐00000‐4692                                                                                                                      ARENA MAINTENANCE CHARGE                                 762                                ‐                             ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                ‐
 254‐00000‐4695                                                                                                                      SHOP RENTAL                                                    ‐                            ‐                             ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                ‐
 254‐00000‐4696                                                                                                                      CONCESSION NON ALCHOLIC                             49,138                       22,917                                   ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                            27                                  ‐
 254‐00000‐4697                                                                                                                      ALCOHOLIC BEVERAGE                                119,539                        60,351                      100,000                  100,000                                               ‐                          297                      100,000
 254‐00000‐4698                                                                                                                      FLOOR/ICE HOCKEY RENTAL                           190,825                      223,899                       200,000                  200,000                                    10,860                          38,908                         200,000
 254‐00000‐4699                                                                                                                      THIRD PARTY SALES/FOOD HUB                          40,010                                  ‐                             ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                ‐
 254‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                      MISC. & SUNDRY                                        5,978                        5,836                         5,000                       5,000                                     540                          1,635                           5,000
 254‐00000‐4801                                                                                                                      CASH OVER/SHORT                                                                                                           ‐                               ‐                                                                 ‐                                ‐
 254‐00000‐4802                                                                                                                      REIMB: SERVICES RENDERED                            10,665              12,345                                            ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                    11,900                                      ‐
 254‐00000‐4805                                                                                                                      CONTRIBUTIONS                                         6,250                 4,000                                4,500                       4,500                                          ‐                               ‐                       4,500
 254‐00000‐4808                                                                                                                      SALE OF PROPERTY AND EQUIPMENT                                                                                            ‐                               ‐                                                                                                  ‐
 254‐00000‐4901                                                                                                                      OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                      800,000                   725,000                           350,000                  350,000                                               ‐                               ‐                  350,000
 254‐00000‐4904                                                                                                                      OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                                              40,000                          679,203                  679,203                                                                                                   679,203
 254‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                                               ‐                                                           ‐                               ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                         2,052,428         1,769,978                                 2,113,970               2,113,970                                    837,649                             59,490               2,739,468

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                          2,052,428         1,769,978          2,113,970               2,113,970                  837,649                                                                      59,490               2,739,468


 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 70805 ‐ MERCY HEALTH ARENA
 5100                                                                                                                                SALARIES AND BENEFITS                             164,833            337,448             403,805                  403,805                                                        90,895                            56,109                  403,805
 5200                                                                                                                                SUPPLIES                                          301,725            297,180             225,000                  225,000                                                        55,591                            39,163                  225,000
 5300                                                                                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          1,322,245            816,129          1,000,000               1,000,000                                                            80,924                          158,621               1,000,000
 5400                                                                                                                                OTHER EXPENSES                                        9,420            125,764                20,000                    20,000                                                     4,730                              5,744                    20,000
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   246,686            154,268                75,000                    75,000                                                     69,202                            61,143                    75,000
   Totals for dept 70805 ‐ L C WALKER ARENA                                                                                                                                        2,044,909         1,730,789          1,723,805               1,723,805                                                           301,342                            320,780               1,723,805

 Dept 90000 ‐ UNASSIGNED CAPITAL
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                               ‐                            ‐                125,000                           125,000                               ‐                                                              750,000
   Totals for dept 90000 ‐ UNASSIGNED CAPITAL                                                                                                                                                      ‐                            ‐                125,000                           125,000                               ‐                                         ‐                    750,000

 Dept 92039 ‐ LOCKER ROOM IMPROVEMENTS ARENA
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                          ‐                 15,820                                                                                                     ‐                       5,788                                        ‐
   Totals for dept 92039 ‐ LOCKER ROOM IMPROVEMENTS ARENA                                                                                                                                          ‐                 15,820                           ‐                                         ‐                               ‐                       5,788                                        ‐

 Dept 92113 ‐ UTILITY ASSISTANCE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                          ‐                            ‐                                                                                    37,292                               ‐                               37,292
   Totals for dept 92113 ‐ UTILITY ASSISTANCE                                                                                                                                                      ‐                            ‐                           ‐                                   ‐                    37,292                               ‐                               37,292


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

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                                2,047,504         1,746,609          1,848,805               1,848,805                  338,634                                                                    326,568               2,511,097

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 254                                                                                                                                                   4,923                     23,369             265,165                                    265,165                  499,015                 (267,078)                  228,371
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                              26,636                      31,559                54,928                                    54,928                    54,928                    31,559                    54,928
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                                 31,559                      54,928             320,093                                    320,093                  553,943                 (235,518)                  283,299
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                         2019‐20                     2020‐21                   2021‐22                     2021‐22                      Sep 30, 2021                   Sep 30, 2020                      2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                           ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL                    AMENDED                         ACTUAL                         ACTUAL                       1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                              DESCRIPTION                                                             BUDGET                       BUDGET                        EXPENSES                       EXPENSE                       REFORECAST

 Fund 264 ‐ CRIMINAL FORFEITURES

 ESTIMATED REVENUES
 Dept 00000
 264‐00000‐4804                                                                                                                      CRIMINAL FORFEITURES/POLICE                           ‐                10,342                  5,000                       5,000                                                                                             5,000
 264‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                                    60                          30                       20                            20                               ‐                            13                            20
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                              60                  10,372                  5,020                       5,020                               ‐                            13                       5,020

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                               60                  10,372                  5,020                       5,020                               ‐                                      13                       5,020


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

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                             24,809                                 ‐                12,000                        12,000                               ‐                                  ‐                      12,000

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 264                                                                                                                                       (24,749)              10,372                 (6,980)                     (6,980)                               ‐                            13                                         (6,980)
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                     35,139              10,390                20,762                    20,762                    20,762                    10,390                                                       20,762
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                        10,390              20,762                13,782                    13,782                    20,762                    10,403                                                       13,782
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                          2019‐20                    2020‐21                      2021‐22                        2021‐22                       Sep 30, 2021                     Sep 30, 2020                      2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                            ACTIVITY                   ACTIVITY                    ORIGINAL                       AMENDED                          ACTUAL                           ACTUAL                       1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                             DESCRIPTION                                                                 BUDGET                          BUDGET                         EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                       REFORECAST

 Fund 285 ‐ TREE REPLACEMENT

 ESTIMATED REVENUES
 Dept 00000
 285‐00000‐4400                                                                                                                      STATE GRANTS                                                              3,000                           ‐                               ‐
 285‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                      MISC. & SUNDRY                                2,500                     14,300                           ‐                               ‐                                       ‐                               ‐                                 ‐
 285‐00000‐4802                                                                                                                      REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                                                                                        ‐                               ‐
 285‐00000‐4805                                                                                                                      CONTRIBUTIONS                                 4,803                       5,886                  5,000                       5,000                                               ‐                               ‐                       5,000
 285‐00000‐4901                                                                                                                      OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                   7,500                                ‐                                                                                             ‐                               ‐                               ‐
 285‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                                       2                         44                           ‐                               ‐                                  0                               ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                       14,805                      23,230                  5,000                       5,000                                               0                               ‐                       5,000

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                       14,805                      23,230                  5,000                       5,000                              0                                                   ‐                       5,000


 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 70771 ‐ FORESTRY
 5100                                                                                                                                SALARIES & BENEFITS                                   ‐                                                 ‐                               ‐
 5200                                                                                                                                SUPPLIES                                   15,707                      10,570                  5,000                       5,000                               ‐                       6,071                       5,000
 5300                                                                                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                  ‐                                                 ‐                               ‐
   Totals for dept 70771 ‐ FORESTRY                                                                                                                                             15,707                      10,570                  5,000                       5,000                               ‐                       6,071                       5,000

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                             15,707                      10,570                  5,000                       5,000                               ‐                       6,071                       5,000

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 285                                                                                                                                             (902)              12,660                           ‐                                            ‐                              0                     (6,071)                               ‐
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                        1,921                 1,019                13,679                                       13,679                    13,679                       1,019                    13,679
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                           1,019              13,679                13,679                                         13,679                    13,680                     (5,052)                    13,679
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                         2019‐20                    2020‐21                   2021‐22                       2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                     2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                           ACTIVITY                   ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL                      AMENDED                       ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                      1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                             DESCRIPTION                                                             BUDGET                         BUDGET                      EXPENSES                        EXPENSE                      REFORECAST

 Fund 290 ‐ LOCAL DEVELOPMENT FIN AUTH 3

 ESTIMATED REVENUES
 Dept 00000
 290‐00000‐4100                                                                                                                      PROPERTY TAX                                98,643              99,568                86,574                    86,574                                                    ‐                               ‐                    86,574
 290‐00000‐4809                                                                                                                      REIMBURSEMENT STATE                           3,311                 3,348                  3,000                       3,000                                              ‐                               ‐                       3,000
 290‐00000‐4841                                                                                                                      GRANT: COMMUNITY FOUNDATION                                                                             ‐                               ‐
 290‐00000‐4901                                                                                                                      OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND               360,000            350,000             200,000                  200,000                                              50,000                  111,275                              200,000
 290‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                                     96                    205                           ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                          110                                 ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                     462,049            453,121             289,574                  289,574                                              50,000                  111,385                              289,574

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                     462,049                     453,121                  289,574                           289,574                    50,000                            111,385                        289,574


 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE
 5300                                                                                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                  ‐                                                    ‐                                 ‐
 5900                                                                                                                                OTHER FINANCING USES                     218,806                     206,969                  282,300                           282,300                    11,712                    39,880                                 282,300
   Totals for dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE                                                                                                                                       218,806                     206,969                  282,300                           282,300                    11,712                    39,880                                 282,300

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                           218,806                     206,969                  282,300                           282,300                    11,712                              39,880                       282,300

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 290                                                                                                                                      243,243            246,152                  7,274                       7,274                    38,288                    71,505                       7,274
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                  (645,947)           (402,704)            (156,552)                 (156,552)                (156,552)                 (402,704)                 (156,552)
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                     (402,704)           (156,552)            (149,278)                 (149,278)                (118,264)                 (331,199)                 (149,278)
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                      2019‐20                     2020‐21                      2021‐22                       2021‐22                        Sep 30, 2021                     Sep 30, 2020                       2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                        ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                    ORIGINAL                      AMENDED                           ACTUAL                           ACTUAL                        1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                             DESCRIPTION                                                              BUDGET                         BUDGET                          EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                        REFORECAST

 Fund 295 ‐ BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY (BETTEN)

 ESTIMATED REVENUES
 Dept 00000
 295‐00000‐4100                                                                                                                      PROPERTY TAX                          138,401            140,000             141,746                  141,746                                                                 ‐                               ‐                  141,746
 295‐00000‐4809                                                                                                                      REIMBURSEMENT STATE                        6,822                 7,442                  7,400                       7,400                                                     ‐                               ‐                       7,400
 295‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                                 44                        1                           ‐                               ‐                                       ‐                              1                               ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                  145,267            147,443             149,146                  149,146                                                                ‐                              1                  149,146

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                  145,267                     147,443                      149,146                          149,146                               ‐                                       1                     149,146


 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE
 5300                                                                                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐                                                 ‐                                       ‐
 5900                                                                                                                                OTHER FINANCING USES                    26,659                      22,370                21,000                                  21,000                      9,533                    11,730                                         21,000
   Totals for dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE                                                                                                                                      26,659                      22,370                21,000                                  21,000                      9,533                    11,730                                         21,000

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

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                           26,659              22,370                21,000                    21,000                      9,533                                                       11,730                    21,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‐                                                                                        ‐
 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 295                                                                                                                                   118,608            125,073             128,146                  128,146                     (9,533)                                                           (11,729)                  128,146
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                               (836,989)           (718,381)            (593,307)                 (593,307)                (593,307)                                                       (718,381)                 (593,307)
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                  (718,381)           (593,307)            (465,161)                 (465,161)                (602,840)                                                       (730,110)                 (465,161)
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                      2019‐20                     2020‐21                      2021‐22                       2021‐22                        Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                        2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                        ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                    ORIGINAL                      AMENDED                           ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                         1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                             DESCRIPTION                                                              BUDGET                         BUDGET                          EXPENSES                        EXPENSE                         REFORECAST

 Fund 296 ‐ BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY (FORMER MALL SITE)

 ESTIMATED REVENUES
 Dept 00000
 296‐00000‐4100                                                                                                                      PROPERTY TAX                           168,248            226,762             235,268                  235,268                                                                ‐                               ‐                  235,268
 296‐00000‐4809                                                                                                                      REIMBURSEMENT STATE                        8,418                 8,824                  8,500                       8,500                                                     ‐                               ‐                       8,500
 296‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                               382                    486                           ‐                               ‐                                          ‐                            16                               ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                  177,048            236,072             243,768                  243,768                                                                ‐                            16                  243,768

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                  177,048                     236,072                      243,768                          243,768                               ‐                                     16                      243,768


 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE
 5300                                                                                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐                           ‐                           ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐
   Totals for dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE                                                                                                                                                 ‐                           ‐                           ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐

 Dept 30999 ‐ TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS
 5900                                                                                                                                OTHER FINANCING USES                  180,000                     175,000                      275,000                          275,000                               ‐                               ‐                             275,000
   Totals for dept 30999 ‐ TRANSFERS TO OTHER FUNDS                                                                                                                        180,000                     175,000                      275,000                          275,000                               ‐                               ‐                             275,000

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                        180,000                     175,000                      275,000                          275,000                               ‐                                        ‐                    275,000

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 296                                                                                                                                      (2,952)              61,072              (31,232)                   (31,232)                               ‐                            16                                                  (31,232)
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                  16,067              13,115                74,187                    74,187                    74,187                    13,115                                                                74,187
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                     13,115              74,187                42,955                    42,955                    74,187                    13,131                                                                42,955
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                      2019‐20                  2020‐21                   2021‐22                    2021‐22                        Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                       2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                        ACTIVITY                 ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL                   AMENDED                           ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                        1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                             DESCRIPTION                                                        BUDGET                      BUDGET                          EXPENSES                        EXPENSE                        REFORECAST

 Fund 298 ‐ BROWNFIELD AUTHORITY TERRACE POINT

 ESTIMATED REVENUES
 Dept 00000
 298‐00000‐4100                                                                                                                      PROPERTY TAX                          281,642            374,644             457,701                                    457,701                               ‐                               ‐                           457,701
 298‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                      INTEREST INCOME                               391                    401                           ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                            29                                   ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                 282,033            375,045             457,701                                    457,701                               ‐                            29                             457,701

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                  282,033                  375,045                   457,701                        457,701                               ‐                                   29                      457,701


 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 70809 ‐ TERRACE POINT LANDING
 5300                                                                                                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  274,776            368,285                         457,701                        457,701                               ‐                                                           457,701
   Totals for dept 70809 ‐ TERRACE POINT LANDING                                                                                                                            274,776            368,285                        457,701                        457,701                               ‐                                      ‐                    457,701

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                        274,776                  368,285                   457,701                        457,701                               ‐                                      ‐                    457,701

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 298                                                                                                                                        7,257                 6,760                           ‐                                   ‐                               ‐                            29                                   ‐
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                   15,715              22,972                29,731                                 29,731                    29,731                    22,972                                        29,731
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                      22,972              29,731                29,731                                 29,731                    29,731                    23,001                                        29,731
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                              SPECIAL REVENUE FUNDS 2021‐22 BUDGET 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST
                                                                                                                                  

                                                    GL NUMBER                                                                                                            2019‐20                     2020‐21                      2021‐22                       2021‐22                        Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                        2021‐22
                                                        AND                                                                                                              ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                    ORIGINAL                      AMENDED                           ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                         1ST QUARTER
                                                BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                              DESCRIPTION                                                                   BUDGET                         BUDGET                          EXPENSES                        EXPENSE                         REFORECAST

 Fund 257 ‐ BUDGET STABILIZATION 

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

 TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                                     ‐                           ‐                           ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐


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

 TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                                           ‐                           ‐                           ‐                                 ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐

 NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 257                                                                                                                                                      ‐                         ‐                           ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐                               ‐
     BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                   1,700,000         1,700,000          1,700,000               1,700,000              1,700,000               1,700,000               1,700,000
     ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                      1,700,000         1,700,000          1,700,000               1,700,000              1,700,000               1,700,000               1,700,000
                                                                                                  BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                          FINANCING AUTHORITIES 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                             GL NUMBER                                                                                                                       2019‐20                        2020‐21                       2021‐22                       2021‐22                   Sep 30, 2021               Sep 30, 2020                   2021‐22
                                                 AND                                                                                                                         ACTIVITY                       ACTIVITY                     ORIGINAL                      AMENDED                      ACTUAL                     ACTUAL                     1ST QUARTER
                                         BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                   DESCRIPTION                                                                             BUDGET                         BUDGET                     EXPENSES                    EXPENSE                    REFORECAST

394 ‐ DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
394‐00000‐4100                                                                                                                       PROPERTY TAX                                    924,457                         490,931              310,287             310,287                                                                                                 310,287
394‐00000‐4161                                                                                                                       SPECIAL ASSESSMENT
394‐00000‐4691                                                                                                                       EVENT REVENUE                                                 ‐                 75,635              161,750             161,750                                            81,339                                                161,750
394‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                       MISC & SUNDRY                                                 ‐                         10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              
394‐00000‐4809                                                                                                                       REIMBURSEMENT STATE
394‐00000‐4845                                                                                                                       FUNDRAISING REVENUE                                 2,000                            5,000                   5,000                   5,000                                                                                             5,000
394‐00000‐4846                                                                                                                       SPONSORSHIP REVENUE                                                                                       87,000                87,000                                                                                              87,000
394‐00000‐4847                                                                                                                       SPONSORSHIP REVENUE‐MUSK ART FAIR                                                 37,680
394‐00000‐4902                                                                                                                       OP. TRANS FROM SERVICE REVENUE                                ‐                   50,000              112,000             112,000                                                                                                112,000
394‐00000‐4904                                                                                                                       OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                 134,072
394‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                       INTEREST INCOME                                          280                        579                                                                                                                         1
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                         1,060,809               659,835              676,037                                          676,037                         81,339                               1                676,037

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                          1,060,809                          659,835                      676,037                       676,037                         81,339                               1                676,037

 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              14,050                          14,188                                                                 ‐                   3,101                      1,831
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐
5400                                                                                                                                 CONFERENCE, TRAINING, ETC.
 5900                                                                                                                                OTHER FINANCING USES                                           ‐               342,123              130,000             130,000                                                   130,000
   Totals for dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE                                                                                                                                                14,050               356,311              130,000             130,000                 3,101                   1,831             130,000

Dept 30999 ‐ TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS
5900                                                                                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES                                                                                                       ‐                           ‐                                                                                       ‐
  Totals for dept 30999 ‐ TRANSFER TO OTHER FUNDS                                                                                                                                                  ‐                               ‐                           ‐                           ‐                            ‐                             ‐                              ‐

 Dept 70778 ‐ LAKESHORE ART FESTIVAL 
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                                                         12,442                                                         1,484
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                          108,056              159,279             159,279                 8,390                                         159,279
   Totals for dept 70778 ‐ LAKESHORE ART FESTIVAL                                                                                                                                                  ‐               120,498              159,279             159,279                 9,874                           ‐             159,279

 Dept 70780 ‐ TASTE
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                                                               559                                                             1,369
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                               1,651
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               65,375                65,375               32,990                                          65,375
   Totals for dept 70780 ‐ TASTE                                                                                                                                                                   ‐                    2,210                65,375                65,375               34,359                           ‐                65,375

Dept 70803 ‐DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES AND BENEFITS                             92,930                 93,047                95,500                95,500                                                21,627                23,343                95,500
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                            3,683                        940                   1,500                   1,500                                              154                     814
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1,500
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              24,216                   2,591
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       156,000             156,000                                                     513                   2,104             156,000
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES
5900                                                                                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES                                          ‐                                                            ‐
  Totals for dept 70803 ‐ DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                                                       120,829                           96,578                     253,000                       253,000                         22,294                26,261                          253,000

 Dept 70863 ‐ FARMERS & FLEA MARKET
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                       39                                                                                                              52
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‐
   Totals for dept 70863 ‐ FARMERS & FLEA MARKET                                                                                                                                                39                             ‐                            ‐                           ‐                       52
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                           ‐

Dept 80699 ‐ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                               5,493
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ‐                  5,493
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      
  Totals for dept 80699 ‐ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                                                                     ‐                    5,493                            ‐                           ‐                           ‐                   5,493                           ‐

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                                   134,918                         581,090                      607,654                       607,654                         69,680                33,585                          607,654

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 394                                                                                                                                              925,891                 78,745                68,383                68,383                                                 11,659                    (33,584)                68,383
    BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                          (919,543)                    6,348                85,093                85,093                                              85,093                        6,348                85,093
    ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                                   6,348                 85,093              153,476             153,476                                                 96,752                    (27,236)             153,476
                                                                                                  BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                          FINANCING AUTHORITIES 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                             GL NUMBER                                                                                                            2019‐20                     2020‐21                   2021‐22                  2021‐22               Sep 30, 2021                 Sep 30, 2020                2021‐22
                                                 AND                                                                                                              ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL                 AMENDED                  ACTUAL                       ACTUAL                  1ST QUARTER
                                         BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                  DESCRIPTION                                                            BUDGET                    BUDGET                 EXPENSES                      EXPENSE                 REFORECAST

305 ‐ TAX INCREMENT FINANCE AUTHORITY 
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
305‐00000‐4100                                                                                                                       PROPERTY TAX                           35,383                        42,184                42,805                42,805                                                                                42,805
305‐00000‐4809                                                                                                                       REIMBURSEMENT STATE                       7,270                          9,744                   9,500                   9,500                                                                            9,500
305‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                       INTEREST INCOME                                 54                            69                                                                                                     12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                   42,707                        51,997                52,305                52,305                                    ‐                         12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            52,305

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                    42,707                        51,997                   52,305                52,305                                 ‐                         12
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            52,305


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE
5900                                                                                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES                   40,000                        50,000                50,000                50,000                        12,500                12,500                50,000
  Totals for dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE                                                                                                                                      40,000                        50,000                50,000                50,000                        12,500                12,500                50,000

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                          40,000                        50,000                   50,000                50,000                     12,500                12,500                50,000

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 305                                                                                                                                       2,707                          1,997                  2,305
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            2,305              (12,500)              (12,488)                   2,305
    BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                  13,181                        15,888                17,885                17,885               17,885                15,888                17,885
    ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                     15,888                        17,885                20,190                20,190                 5,385                  3,400
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             20,190
                                                                                                                           BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                            CAPITAL FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST  AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                               

                                                         GL NUMBER                                                                                                                        2019‐20                       2020‐21                        2021‐22                           2021‐22                       Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                      2021‐22
                                                             AND                                                                                                                          ACTIVITY                      ACTIVITY                      ORIGINAL                          AMENDED                          ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                        1ST QUARTER
                                                     BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                                                                                                            BUDGET                             BUDGET                         EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                       REFORECAST

FUND 404 ‐ PUBLIC IMPROVEMENT FUND
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
 404‐00000‐4300                                                                                                                                   FEDERAL GRANTS                                               ‐                    5,535                                   ‐                                   ‐                                                                                                 ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4400                                                                                                                                   STATE GRANTS                                    220,700                                    ‐                                                                                                   ‐                                ‐
 404‐00000‐4651                                                                                                                                   REIMBURSEMENT                                   404,424                      195,224
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               315,000                               315,000                                     ‐                    14,345                         315,000
 404‐00000‐4652                                                                                                                                   SALES & SERVICES                                  14,428
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                                                                                                  ‐                                ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4656                                                                                                                                   SALES PROCEEDS                                          316                     25,725                                    ‐                                     ‐                        151                        25,357                                      ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4677                                                                                                                                   RENT                                                 7,996                     33,033
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ‐                                     ‐                   11,611                             1,735                                    ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                                   MISC. & SUNDRY                                            39                              ‐                               ‐                                     ‐                     2,500                                     ‐                               ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4805                                                                                                                                   CONTRIBUTIONS                                   294,300                      233,028
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               250,000                               250,000                                     ‐                    88,453                         250,000
 404‐00000‐4808                                                                                                                                   SALE OF LAND                                    447,902                  2,531,361
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           1,000,000                              1,000,000                         670,904                          840,972                     1,000,000
 404‐00000‐4845                                                                                                                                   FUNDRAISING REVENUE                                22,229                         5,650                                   ‐                                     ‐                   17,630                             2,000                                    ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4846                                                                                                                                   SPONSORSHIP REVENUE                             101,747                                    ‐                              ‐                                     ‐                              ‐                                ‐                               ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4847                                                                                                                                   150TH ANNIVERSARY REVENUE                       262,055                                    ‐                              ‐                                     ‐                              ‐                                ‐                               ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4901                                                                                                                                   OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                                                     50,000
 404‐00000‐4904                                                                                                                                   OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL FUND                     881,860                             ‐                                     ‐                                   ‐                            ‐                                    ‐                             ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4903                                                                                                                                   OP. TRANS FROM DEBT SERVICE FUNDS                            ‐              342,123
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 50,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     50,000                            ‐                                          ‐                  50,000
 404‐00000‐4961                                                                                                                                   BOND PROCEEDS                                2,417,390                             ‐                                                                                                       ‐                                    ‐
 404‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                                   INTEREST INCOME                                         569                             ‐                                 ‐                                   ‐                            ‐                                    ‐                             ‐ 
 404‐00000‐4971                                                                                                                                   GAIN ON INVESTMENT                                   8,968                   7,316                                        ‐                                   ‐                                                                                               ‐ 
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                                     5,084,921           3,428,995
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            1,615,000                  1,615,000             702,796                                                 972,861            1,615,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                                      5,084,921                      3,428,995                      1,615,000                             1,615,000                       702,796
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    972,861                     1,615,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 



 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 00000
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                   149                             ‐                     150,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     150,000                                     ‐                              ‐                              ‐
   Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                                               149                             ‐                     150,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     150,000                                     ‐                              ‐                              ‐

 Dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                                          ‐                                       ‐                40,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ‐
5900                                                                                                                                              INTEREST EXPENSE                                             ‐                                                          ‐                                       ‐                           ‐                         2,227                              ‐
   Totals for dept 30906 ‐ DEBT SERVICE                                                                                                                                                                        ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                40,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2,227                              ‐

 Dept 70856 ‐ WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS
5200                                                                                                                                              SUPPLIES                                               210                         1,094                            ‐                                           ‐                      509                              ‐                              ‐
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             13,024
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   26,459
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ‐                                           ‐                  3,532                    3,266                              ‐
   Totals for dept 70856 ‐ WESTERN AVENUE CHALETS                                                                                                                                                   13,234                         27,553
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ‐                                           ‐                  4,041                    3,266                              ‐

 Dept 80699 ‐ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                103,960
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                                    ‐                      394                                370                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                              ‐                                                             ‐                                    ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
   Totals for dept 80699 ‐ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                                                                                ‐                103,960
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                                    ‐                      394                                370                              ‐

 Dept 91501 ‐ NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING PROJECT
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                                          ‐                                       ‐                    9,536                                                             ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                              ‐                                                          ‐                                       ‐                                                                                     ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91501 ‐ NEIGHBORHOOD HOUSING PROJECT                                                                                                                                                        ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                    9,536                              ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91504 ‐ CLAY AVE, JEFFERSON TO 1ST
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                   445                               31                            ‐                                        ‐                           ‐                         121                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                              ‐                                                         ‐                                        ‐                                                                                     ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91504 ‐ CLAY AVE, JEFFERSON TO 1ST                                                                                                                                                    445                               31                            ‐                                        ‐                           ‐                         121                              ‐

 Dept 91602 ‐ ARENA ANNEX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   15,000                         30,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 18,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       18,000                                   ‐                       9,000                          18,000
   Totals for dept 91602 ‐ ARENA ANNEX CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT                                                                                                                                          15,000                         30,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 18,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       18,000                                   ‐                       9,000                          18,000

 Dept 91608 ‐ IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS DONE BY DPW
5100                                                                                                                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                                     549                        2,611                            ‐                                           ‐                           ‐                               ‐                                    ‐
5200                                                                                                                                              SUPPLIES                                             7,671                         6,856                            ‐                                           ‐                           ‐                     6,856                                          ‐
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                1,916
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     5,127                 15,000                                      15,000                  1,150                              ‐                                    15,000
   Totals for dept 91608 ‐ IMPROVEMENT PROJECTS DONE BY DPW                                                                                                                                          10,136                        14,594
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          15,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       15,000                  1,150                    6,856                                          15,000

 Dept 91612 ‐ POP UP SHOPS
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                    240                      18,354
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      ‐                                  ‐                           ‐                         300                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                      3,463                         1,282                  7,000                          7,000                  1,043                        109                    7,000
   Totals for dept 91612 ‐ POP UP SHOPS                                                                                                                                                                3,703                       19,636
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             7,000                          7,000                  1,043                        409                    7,000

 Dept 91701 ‐ PARKING LOT@JEFFERSON/WESTERN
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                                          ‐                                       ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91701 ‐ PARKING LOT@JEFFERSON/WESTERN                                                                                                                                                       ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91712 ‐ IMPROVEMENTS AT LC WALKER INCLUDING RAD
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                  9,000                                (315)                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                              ‐                       462                            ‐                                           ‐                           ‐                         5,785                              ‐
   Totals for dept 91712 ‐ IMPROVEMENTS AT LC WALKER INCLUDING RAD                                                                                                                                             ‐                       462                            ‐                                           ‐                  9,000                              5,470                              ‐

 Dept 91713 ‐ LC WALKER POS SYSTEM
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                              ‐                                                          ‐                                       ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91713 ‐ LC WALKER POS SYSTEM                                                                                                                                                                ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91720 ‐ TASTE OF MUSKEGON
5200                                                                                                                                              SUPPLIES                                             2,308                       288                                       ‐                                    ‐                    (217)                                259                              ‐
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                              14,707
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       736                                   ‐                                    ‐                    (555)                             1,460                              ‐
5400                                                                                                                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                      1,009
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                               ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                                   ‐                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                              ‐                                                             ‐                                    ‐                                                                                             ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91720 ‐ TASTE OF MUSKEGON                                                                                                                                                         18,024                   1,024                                          ‐                                    ‐                    (772)                             1,719                              ‐

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


 Dept 91726 ‐ CITY HALL UPGRADES
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                  3,045                              ‐                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                   16,283              312,305
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‐                                       ‐                           ‐                252,834
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‐
   Totals for dept 91726 ‐ CITY HALL UPGRADES                                                                                                                                                       16,283              312,305
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‐                                       ‐                  3,045                252,834                              ‐

 Dept 91801 ‐ CONVENTION CENTER
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐
   Totals for dept 91801 ‐ CONVENTION CENTER                                                                                                                                                                   ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91802 ‐ REHAB 1078 SECOND STREET
5200                                                                                                                                              SUPPLIES                                                     ‐                                                             ‐                                    ‐                                                                                               ‐ 
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                8,717
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                               ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                               ‐                                    ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                      3,311                             ‐                                   ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                               ‐                                    ‐
   Totals for dept 91802 ‐ REHAB 1078 SECOND STREET                                                                                                                                                  12,028                             ‐                                    ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                               ‐                                    ‐

 Dept 91804 ‐ MIDTOWN SQUARE PHASE II
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                                          ‐                                       ‐                      525                                                             ‐
   Totals for dept 91804 ‐ MIDTOWN SQUARE PHASE I                                                                                                                                                              ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                      525                              ‐                              ‐

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

 Dept 91810 ‐ REHAB 1531 BEIDLER
5200                                                                                                                                              SUPPLIES                                                     ‐                                                             ‐                                    ‐                                                                                               ‐ 
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                                             ‐                                    ‐                                                                                               ‐ 
                                                                                                                          BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                           CAPITAL FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST  AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                              

                                                        GL NUMBER                                                                                                           2019‐20                       2020‐21                      2021‐22                             2021‐22                     Sep 30, 2021                  Sep 30, 2020                       2021‐22
                                                            AND                                                                                                             ACTIVITY                      ACTIVITY                   ORIGINAL                            AMENDED                           ACTUAL                        ACTUAL                    1ST QUARTER
                                                    BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                                                                                              BUDGET                              BUDGET                        EXPENSES                       EXPENSE                     REFORECAST
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 ‐                                                          ‐                                      ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91810 ‐ REHAB 1531 BEIDLER                                                                                                                                                    ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                      ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

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

 Dept 91812 ‐ REHAB 1067 GRAND
5200                                                                                                                                             SUPPLIES                                        ‐                                                            ‐                                    ‐                                                                                           ‐ 
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                52,485
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               ‐                              ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                               ‐                                ‐
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      22,870                             ‐                                    ‐                                    ‐                            ‐                              ‐                                ‐
   Totals for dept 91812 ‐ REHAB 1067 GRAND                                                                                                                                           75,355                             ‐                                    ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                               ‐                                ‐

 Dept 91813 ‐ REHAB 1290 WOOD
5200                                                                                                                                             SUPPLIES                                        ‐                                                            ‐                                    ‐                                                                                           ‐ 
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       904                   3,595                                       ‐                                    ‐                      294                          26                                       ‐
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                            440                       894                                     ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                         170                                    ‐
   Totals for dept 91813 ‐ REHAB 1290 WOOD                                                                                                                                               1,344                   4,489                                        ‐                                    ‐                      294                        196                                        ‐

 Dept 91815 ‐ REHAB 248 MASON
5200                                                                                                                                             SUPPLIES                                        ‐                                                           ‐                                     ‐                                                                                        ‐ 
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      280                       171                                      ‐                                    ‐                      278                                54                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                 ‐                                                           ‐                                     ‐                                                                                        ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91815 ‐ REHAB 248 MASON                                                                                                                                                 280                       171                                      ‐                                    ‐                      278                                54                              ‐

 Dept 91820 ‐ PM PARK RECRESTIONAL IMPROVEMENTS
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         32                            ‐                             ‐                                        ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐
   Totals for dept 91820 ‐ PM PARK RECREATIONAL IMPROVEMENTS                                                                                                                                  32                            ‐                             ‐                                        ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91823 ‐ REHAB 1188 4TH
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                84,232
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      2,467                            ‐                                           ‐                        70                        810                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      52,239                              526                            ‐                                         ‐                            ‐                             ‐                               ‐
   Totals for dept 91823 ‐ REHAB 1188 4TH                                                                                                                                           136,471                           2,993                            ‐                                           ‐                        70                        810                              ‐

 Dept 91824 ‐ 880 1ST STREET
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   7,584
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       4,379                            ‐                                          ‐                      465                              169                              ‐
   Totals for dept 91824 ‐ 880 1ST STREET                                                                                                                                                7,584                         4,379                            ‐                                          ‐                      465                              169                              ‐

 Dept 91832 ‐ COMMERICAL DEMO
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            ‐                                                          ‐                                      ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91832 ‐ COMMERICAL DEMO                                                                                                                                                       ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                      ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91839 ‐ LC WALKER IMPROVEMENTS (DDA)
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              957,487
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                            ‐                                     ‐                            ‐                              ‐                              ‐
   Totals for dept 91839‐ LC WALKER IMPROVEMENTS (DDA)                                                                                                                              957,487                                     ‐                            ‐                                     ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

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

 Dept 91901 ‐ SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION
5200                                                                                                                                             SUPPLIES                             29,269                                    ‐                            ‐                                     ‐                           ‐                           62                              ‐
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              482,620
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                            ‐                                     ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐
   Totals for dept 91901 ‐ SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION                                                                                                                             511,889                                     ‐                            ‐                                     ‐                           ‐                           62                              ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 
 Dept 91902 ‐ LC WALKER ROOF,HVAC,DEHUMIDIFICATION SYS
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES           2,409,751                              3,610                            ‐                                          ‐                           ‐                       3,610                              ‐
5900                                                                                                                                             OTHER FINANCING USES               391,972                       173,019
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                 103,755
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   
   Total for dept 91902 ‐ LC WALKER ROOF,HVAC,DEHUMIDIFICATION SYS                                                                                                              2,801,723                          176,629                            ‐                                            ‐                           ‐                  107,365
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‐

 Dept 91904 ‐ 1457 7TH REHAB
5200                                                                                                                                             SUPPLIES                                2,167                             ‐                                                                                                   ‐                                ‐ 
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 30,997
                                                                                                                                                                                                                31,864                            ‐                                                ‐                           ‐                     19,208                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       14,200                  23,323                            ‐                                                 ‐                           ‐                     14,586                              ‐
 Total Dept 91904 ‐ 1457 7TH REHAB                                                                                                                                                     47,364                  55,187                            ‐                                                 ‐                           ‐                     33,794                              ‐

 Dept 91906 ‐ SKATE PARK RELOCATION
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      176                             ‐                            ‐                                          ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐
 Total Dept 91906 ‐ SKATE PARK RELOCATION                                                                                                                                                  176                             ‐                            ‐                                          ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91907 ‐ BARK PARK IMPROVEMENTS
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   4,670
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ‐                            ‐                                          ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐
 Total Dept 91907 ‐ BARK PARK IMPROVEMENTS                                                                                                                                               4,670                             ‐                            ‐                                          ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 91909 ‐ REHAB 1192 PINE
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 35,161
                                                                                                                                                                                                                  185,688
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   60,000                               60,000                        51,014
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     15,965                         60,000
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         2,005                      98,333
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       18,604                        11,057
 Total Dept 91909 ‐ REHAB 1192 PINE                                                                                                                                                    37,166                     284,021
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   60,000                               60,000                        69,618
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     27,022                         60,000

 Dept 91914‐ SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            ‐                 70,135
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐
 Total Dept 91914‐ SEAWAY RR BRIDGE PAINTING                                                                                                                                                     ‐                 70,135
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐


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

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

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

 Dept 91923 ‐ SCATTERED HOUSING PROJECT
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            1,475,547                    1,464,350
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‐                                    ‐                    1,700                      662,864                              ‐
5900                                                                                                                                             OTHER FINANCING USES                    6,590                      26,661
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        2,984                          3,223
   Totals for dept 91923 ‐ SCATTERED HOUSING PROJECT                                                                                                                             1,482,137                    1,491,011
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‐                                    ‐                    4,684                      666,087                              ‐

 Dept 91924 ‐ REHAB 580 CATHERINE
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                63,562
                                                                                                                                                                                                                      9,825                            ‐                                           ‐                            ‐                      8,196                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      24,074                          1,891                            ‐                                           ‐                            ‐                      1,330                              ‐
   Totals for dept 91924 ‐ REHAB 580 CATHERINE                                                                                                                                        87,636                        11,716
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ‐                                           ‐                            ‐                      9,526                              ‐

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

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

 Dept 92017 ‐ MERCY HEALTH ARENA SIGN
5300                                                                                                                                             CONTRACTUAL SERVICES
5700                                                                                                                                             CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      32,946                        59,315
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                  20,000
   Totals for dept 92017 ‐ MERCY HEALTH ARENA SIGN                                                                                                                                    32,946                        59,315
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                   20,000                                       ‐
                                                                                                                           BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                            CAPITAL FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST  AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                               

                                                         GL NUMBER                                                                                                           2019‐20                       2020‐21                        2021‐22                          2021‐22                        Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                   2021‐22
                                                             AND                                                                                                             ACTIVITY                      ACTIVITY                      ORIGINAL                         AMENDED                           ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                     1ST QUARTER
                                                     BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                                                                                               BUDGET                            BUDGET                          EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                    REFORECAST

 Dept 92021‐ MERCY HEALTH ARENA PROJECTS
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            ‐                                                    ‐                                             ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      78,929                             ‐                            ‐                                             ‐                            ‐                              ‐                              ‐
   Totals for dept 92021‐ MERCY HEALTH ARENA PROJECTS                                                                                                                                  78,929                             ‐                            ‐                                             ‐                            ‐                              ‐                              ‐ .

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

 Dept 92024‐ MARSH FIELD GARAGE
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                 22,749
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     43,202
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                   32,125                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         1,439                      26,220
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                                    ‐                            ‐                          40                              ‐
   Totals for dept 92024‐ MARSH FIELD GARAGE                                                                                                                                            24,188                       69,422
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                                    ‐                           ‐                   32,165                              ‐

 Dept 92026 ‐ PAID PARKING KIOSK & COIN MACHINE
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              153,870
                                                                                                                                                                                                                35,698
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           5,570                    9,127
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         4,967                             ‐                                                                                                       ‐                              ‐
   Totals for dept 92026 ‐ PAID PARKING KIOSK & COIN MACHINE                                                                                                                         158,837                 35,698
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ‐                                           ‐                     5,570                    9,127                              ‐

 Dept 92028 ‐ CLERKS OFFICE REDESIGN
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   2,060
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       1,131                                                                                                      ‐                  10,781
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         2,358                            717                                                                                                    ‐                        547
   Totals for dept 92028 ‐ CLERKS OFFICE REDESIGN                                                                                                                                         4,418                        1,848                            ‐                                            ‐                           ‐                   11,328                              ‐

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

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

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

 Dept 92040 ‐ HARBOR WEST BROWNFIELD
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                           ‐                                                                                                  ‐                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS
   Totals for dept 92040 ‐ HARBOR WEST BROWNFIELD                                                                                                                                                 ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

 Dept 92110 ‐ CAMPBELL FIELD
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            ‐                 48,344
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              957                              ‐                      101,656
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS
   Totals for dept 92110 ‐ CAMPBELL FIELD                                                                                                                                                         ‐                 48,344
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                ‐                                    ‐                      957                              ‐                       101,656
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      

 Dept 92115 ‐ REHAB 435 E ISABELLA
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                            ‐                            ‐                                                                                          1,710                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                                                                                                                                               85
   Totals for dept 92115 ‐ REHAB 435 E ISABELLA                                                                                                                                                   ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                       ‐                    1,795                              ‐                              ‐

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

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

 Dept 96054 ‐ PROPERTY ACQUISITION
5100                                                                                                                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                     5,235                        5,018                            ‐                                            ‐                  2,183                              1,820                              ‐
5300                                                                                                                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                   6,367
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       5,032                            ‐                                            ‐                      121                            1,702                              ‐
5700                                                                                                                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       18,780                        12,303                 25,000                                       25,000                      270                                  1,608                  25,000
   Totals for dept 96054 ‐ PROPERTY ACQUISITION                                                                                                                                         30,382                       22,353
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            25,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          25,000                  2,574                                    5,130                  25,000

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

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                               6,844,846                      2,854,628                         275,000                               275,000                      154,267
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  1,210,719
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      226,656

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 404                                                                                                                                         (1,759,925)               574,367           1,340,000                  1,340,000             548,529
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      (237,858)             1,388,344
    BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                           158,592          (1,601,333)         (1,026,967)                 (1,026,967)         (1,026,967)           (1,601,333)           (1,026,967)
    ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                         (1,601,333)          (1,026,967)              313,033                     313,033
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (478,438)           (1,839,191)                361,377
                                                                                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                                                                                          CAPITAL FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST  AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                             

                                                       GL NUMBER                                                                                                                        2019‐20                       2020‐21                       2021‐22                           2021‐22                       Sep 30, 2021                  Sep 30, 2020                      2021‐22
                                                           AND                                                                                                                          ACTIVITY                      ACTIVITY                     ORIGINAL                          AMENDED                          ACTUAL                        ACTUAL                        1ST QUARTER
                                                   BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                                                                                                           BUDGET                             BUDGET                         EXPENSES                       EXPENSE                       REFORECAST



Fund 482 ‐ STATE GRANTS
ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
482‐00000‐4300                                                                                                                                  FEDERAL GRANTS                                               ‐                                         10,481,894                            10,481,894                                                                                10,481,894
482‐00000‐4400                                                                                                                                  STATE GRANTS                                2,028,611                      1,512,355
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1,965,872                             1,965,872                       509,071
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              411,566            1,965,872
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         
482‐00000‐4805                                                                                                                                  CONTRIBUTIONS                                                ‐                      6,445                            ‐                                         ‐                                                          ‐                               ‐
482‐00000‐4901                                                                                                                                  OP. TRANS FROM GENERAL FUND                       10,000                                     ‐                                                                                              ‐                              ‐
482‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                                  INTEREST INCOME                                              ‐                         373                            ‐                                        ‐                      323                              ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                                   2,038,611                      1,519,173
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       12,447,766                            12,447,766             509,394                                   411,566          12,447,766

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                                    2,038,611                      1,519,173                  12,447,766                             12,447,766                        509,394
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               411,566                    12,447,766

 Dept 80699 ‐ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
5300                                                                                                                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                         1,579,203                               1,579,203                                                                                  1,579,203
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           
   Totals for dept 80699 ‐ ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT                                                                                                                                                              ‐                            ‐            1,579,203                               1,579,203                                      ‐                              ‐            1,579,203
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           

 Dept 91507 ‐ EPA GRANT
5300                                                                                                                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                                          ‐                                      ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91507 ‐ EPA GRANT                                                                                                                                                                         ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                      ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

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

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

 Dept 91803 ‐ MSHDA BLIGHT GRANT 2018
5300                                                                                                                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                                                          ‐                                      ‐                                                                                         ‐ 
   Totals for dept 91803 ‐ MSHDA BLIGHT GRANT 2018                                                                                                                                                           ‐                            ‐                             ‐                                      ‐                           ‐                               ‐                              ‐

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

 Dept 91908 ‐ MDOC PROPERTY
5300                                                                                                                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           466,564
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              235,776
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‐                                    ‐                16,044
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               150,860                                       ‐
5700                                                                                                                                            CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                              ‐                                              765,872
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  765,872                                                                                      765,872
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                
5900                                                                                                                                            OTHER FINANCING USES                                         ‐                                                            ‐                                    ‐                                                                                            ‐ 
 Total Dept 91908 ‐ MDOC PROPERTY                                                                                                                                                               466,564                       235,776
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            765,872
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  765,872                16,044                                150,860                          765,872

 Dept 91913 ‐ WINDWARD POINTE GRANT
5300                                                                                                                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                        1,523,337                      1,242,515
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1,200,000                             1,200,000                       457,725
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               291,574                     1,200,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
 Total Dept 91913 ‐ WINDWARD POINTE GRANT                                                                                                                                                   1,523,337                      1,242,515
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         1,200,000                             1,200,000                       457,725
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               291,574                     1,200,000
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

 Dept 91925 ‐ RENEW MICHIGAN GRANT
5300                                                                                                                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             38,685
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   4,733                            ‐                                          ‐                           ‐                       3,655                              ‐
 Total Dept 91925 ‐ RENEW MICHIGAN GRANT                                                                                                                                                          38,685                           4,733                            ‐                                          ‐                           ‐                       3,655                              ‐

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

 Dept 92111 ‐ OLTHOFF DRIVE EXTENSION
5300                                                                                                                                            CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                         ‐                 32,562
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‐                                    ‐                13,752
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                              ‐
 Total Dept 92111 ‐ OLTHOFF DRIVE EXTENSION                                                                                                                                                                  ‐                 32,562
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          ‐                                    ‐                13,752
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ‐                              ‐

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

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                                          2,048,703                      1,518,800                    3,545,075                              3,545,075                       487,521
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               446,089                     3,545,075
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 482                                                                                                                                                          (10,093)                       373                      8,902,691                              8,902,691                         21,873
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (34,523)             8,902,691
    BEGINNING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                                         11,268                   1,176                               1,548                                  1,548                        1,548                          1,176                    1,548
    ENDING FUND BALANCE                                                                                                                                                                              1,176                   1,548
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         8,904,239                              8,904,239                          23,421                       (33,348)             8,904,239
                                                                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                 
                                                                                          ENTERPRISE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                                        GL NUMBER                                                                                                  2019‐20                    2020‐21                  2021‐22                2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                   2021‐22
                                                            AND                                                                                                    ACTIVITY                   ACTIVITY                ORIGINAL               AMENDED                       ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                    1ST QUARTER
                                                    BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                        DESCRIPTION                                                          BUDGET                  BUDGET                      EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                   REFORECAST  

590 ‐ SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
590‐00000‐4300                                                                                                                       FEDERAL GRANTS                                     ‐        9,568,000                              ‐                         ‐                                                                                         ‐
590‐00000‐4400                                                                                                                       STATE GRANTS                                       ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                                                                         ‐
590‐00000‐4605                                                                                                                       METERED SALES                      8,128,801                9,060,774              9,400,000                 9,400,000                         2,935,125          1,917,565            9,400,000
590‐00000‐4619                                                                                                                       MISC. SALES AND SERVICES              134,393                     71,200                75,000                     75,000                            17,500                 9,800                 75,000
590‐00000‐4704                                                                                                                       PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES              125,199                  158,274                160,000                   160,000                              48,178               38,384               160,000
590‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                       MISC. & SUNDRY                                     ‐                        ‐             2,000                      2,000                                     ‐                          ‐               152,000
590‐00000‐4802                                                                                                                       REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                   9,445                     7,908                 8,000                      8,000                                116                 1,468                    8,000
590‐00000‐4818                                                                                                                       RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                               ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                         ‐
590‐00000‐4961                                                                                                                       BOND PROCEEDS                                      ‐                        ‐     4,600,000                  4,600,000                                         ‐                          ‐            4,600,000
590‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                       INTEREST INCOME                           1,209                        138                      ‐                            ‐                                 ‐                          ‐                            ‐
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                               8,399,047              18,866,294   14,245,000                          14,245,000                          3,000,919          1,967,217          14,395,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                               8,399,047              18,866,294   14,245,000                          14,245,000               3,000,919          1,967,217          14,395,000

Dept 30203 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                        ‐                   74,609        96,826         96,826                 16,138            16,410              96,826
  Totals for dept 30205 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                                                                                                ‐                   74,609        96,826          96,826                 16,138            16,410              96,826


EXPENDITURES
Dept 30548 ‐ BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  476,958         519,319        522,026          522,026                  118,292             121,904                                                                    522,026
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                                     ‐                      ‐                      ‐                       ‐                               ‐                          ‐                                      ‐
5900                                                                                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES                  526,670         535,877        403,700          403,700                    19,052             117,787                                                                   403,700
  Totals for dept 30548 ‐ BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER                                                                                                              1,003,628      1,055,196        925,726          925,726                  137,344             239,691                                                                      925,726

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

Dept 60557 ‐ MUSKEGON CO. WASTEWATER TREATMENT
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              6,978,294      5,271,658                          6,000,000       6,000,000                  421,003          1,046,980            5,500,000
  Totals for dept 60557 ‐ MUSKEGON CO. WASTEWATER TREATMENT                                                                                                            6,978,294      5,271,658                          6,000,000       6,000,000                  421,003          1,046,980            5,500,000

Dept 60559 ‐ WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                1,038,763                   943,690        918,675                           918,675                           225,238             196,187               918,675
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                              110,572                  117,401        116,450                           116,450                             31,376               15,938               116,450
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  676,611                  499,614        764,510                           764,510                           196,658             125,547               764,510
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                          12,543                    39,305           33,000                          33,000                                      ‐               22,280                 33,000
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           3,548                     8,862           19,100                         19,100                             1,649               29,786                 19,100
  Totals for dept 60559 ‐ WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                     1,842,037                1,608,872     1,851,735                          1,851,735                            454,921             389,738            1,851,735

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

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

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

Dept 91806 ‐ BEIDLER & MADISON S2 PROJECTS
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91806 ‐ BEIDLER & MADISON S2 PROJECT                                                                                                                                  ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91826 ‐ SRF SEWER UPGRADES
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      5,971                    5,435                      ‐                              ‐                                 ‐                   1,352                                   ‐
  Totals for dept 91826 ‐ SRF SEWER UPGRADES                                                                                                                                   5,971                    5,435                      ‐                              ‐                                 ‐                   1,352                                   ‐

Dept 91828 ‐LIFT STATION REPAIRS/UPGRADES
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    30,443                              ‐          150,000          150,000                               ‐                                             ‐                 150,000
  Totals for dept 91828 ‐ LIFT STATION REPAIRS/UPGRADES                                                                                                                      30,443                              ‐          150,000          150,000                               ‐                                             ‐                 150,000

Dept 91830 ‐SRF PROJECT 2018
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    39,847                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91830 ‐ SRF PROJECT 2018                                                                                                                                   39,847                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91831 ‐REMEMBRANCE DRIV EXTENSION
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91831 ‐ REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                                                                                                                      ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91849 ‐ LIFT STATION REPAIRS/ UPGRADES 18‐19
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91849 ‐ LIFT STATIONI REPAIRS/ UPGRADES 18‐19                                                                                                                         ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91850 ‐ BOURDON & ADDISON ALLEY SEWER
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         599                 61,306                                                                                        ‐                            ‐
  Totals for dept 91850 ‐ BOURDON & ADDISON ALLEY SEWER                                                                                                                           599                 61,306                      ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91851 ‐ SPRING STREET TRUCK SEWER
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    25,532      1,724,018                                                                                       58,453             296,423                                505,194
  Totals for dept 91851 ‐ SPRING STREET TRUCK SEWER                                                                                                                          25,532      1,724,018                      ‐                                         ‐                      58,453             296,423                                505,194

Dept 91852 ‐ 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES              1,228,865         769,760                                                                                                    ‐             956,236
  Totals for dept 91852 ‐ 9TH STREET SEWER REROUTE                                                                                                                     1,228,865         769,760                      ‐                                           ‐                                 ‐             956,236                                       ‐

Dept 91853 ‐ GETTY LIFT STATION FORCEMAIN
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         736                 81,005                                                                                        ‐                 70,999
  Totals for dept 91853 ‐ GETTY LIFT STATION FORCEMAIN                                                                                                                            736                 81,005                      ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                 70,999                                    ‐

Dept 91854 ‐ BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER
                                                                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                 
                                                                                          ENTERPRISE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                                        GL NUMBER                                                                                                2019‐20                    2020‐21                  2021‐22                2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021            Sep 30, 2020                              2021‐22
                                                            AND                                                                                                  ACTIVITY                   ACTIVITY                ORIGINAL               AMENDED                          ACTUAL                  ACTUAL                          1ST QUARTER
                                                    BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                       DESCRIPTION                                                         BUDGET                  BUDGET                        EXPENSES                 EXPENSE                          REFORECAST  
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES            2,235,601      2,597,175                                                                                          22,458          1,370,750                                   22,458
  Totals for dept 91854 ‐ BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                                                                                                        2,235,601      2,597,175                      ‐                                            ‐                      22,458          1,370,750                                   22,458

Dept 91855 ‐ GLENSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  47,704         956,794                                                                                                 ‐             511,109
  Totals for dept 91855 ‐ GLENSIDE NEIGHBORHOOD                                                                                                                            47,704         956,794                      ‐                                        ‐                                 ‐             511,109                                       ‐

Dept 91856 ‐ PECK & SANDFORD
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                338,067         991,707                                                                                                  ‐             690,874
  Totals for dept 91856 ‐ PECK & SANDFORD                                                                                                                                338,067         991,707                      ‐                                         ‐                                 ‐             690,874                                       ‐

Dept 91857 ‐ INDUSTRIAL PARK/ MERCY SANITARY SEWER STU
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91857 ‐ INDUSTRIAL PARK/ MERCY SANITARY SEWER STU                                                                                                                   ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 92003 ‐ MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐             52,145
  Totals for dept 92003 ‐ MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN                                                                                                                                         ‐             52,145                      ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 92009 ‐AMITY ST ‐ FORK TO GETTY
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                177,151      1,021,424                        1,500,000       1,500,000                  680,525                                           21,778            2,000,000
  Totals for dept 92009 ‐ AMITY ST ‐ FORK TO GETTY                                                                                                                       177,151      1,021,424                        1,500,000       1,500,000                  680,525                                           21,778            2,000,000

Dept 92010 ‐ PECK ST ‐ LAKETON TO MERRILL
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                110,609      1,637,757                           800,000          800,000                  673,362                                           3,106                      950,000
  Totals for dept 92010 ‐ PECK ST ‐ LAKETON TO MERRILL                                                                                                                   110,609      1,637,757                           800,000          800,000                  673,362                                           3,106                      950,000

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

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

 Dept 92046 ‐ 3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                  29,000                    29,000                               ‐                                    ‐                   29,000
   Totals Dept 92046 ‐ 3RD/4TH ALLEY RECONSTRUCTION                                                                                                                                   ‐                        ‐           29,000                    29,000                               ‐                                    ‐                   29,000

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

 Dept 92117‐ SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                        ‐                      ‐                       ‐                               ‐                                ‐                              ‐
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐                        ‐        150,000          150,000                               ‐                                               ‐                 150,000
   Totals for Dept 92117‐SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) UNASSIGNED                                                                                                                      ‐                        ‐        150,000          150,000                               ‐                                               ‐                 150,000

 Dept 92118 ‐ GLENSIDE SRF PHASE  2 UNASSIGNED
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                               ‐                              ‐                              ‐
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐                        ‐           75,000                    75,000                               ‐                                    ‐                   75,000
   Totals for Dept 92118‐GLENSIDE SRF PHASE  2 UNASSIGNED                                                                                                                             ‐                        ‐           75,000                    75,000                               ‐                                    ‐                   75,000

 UNASSIGNED ‐ JEFFERSON STREET
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                  25,000                    25,000                               ‐                                    ‐                              ‐
   Totals UNASSIGNED ‐ JEFFERSON STREET                                                                                                                                               ‐                        ‐           25,000                    25,000                               ‐                                    ‐                              ‐

 UNASSIGNED ‐ MUSKEGON MUSEUM OF ART‐ALLEY VACATION
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                 140,000          140,000                               ‐                                             ‐                 140,000
   Totals UNASSIGNED ‐MUSKEGON MUSEUM OF ART ALLEY VACATION                                                                                                                           ‐                        ‐          140,000          140,000                               ‐                                             ‐                 140,000

Dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                     5,971                      ‐                      ‐                                ‐                                 ‐                          ‐                            ‐
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                (4,283,137)    (9,891,942)                      ‐                                           ‐                                 ‐              (28,000)                            ‐
  Totals for dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                                                                                               (4,277,166)    (9,891,942)                      ‐                                           ‐                                 ‐              (28,000)                            ‐

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                   9,834,066      8,016,918   11,743,287                                   11,743,287               2,464,204          5,587,445          12,395,939

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 590                                                                                                                             (1,435,019)   10,849,376     2,501,713       2,501,713                  536,715        (3,620,228)            1,999,061
    BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                                                                                         11,695,671   10,260,652   21,110,028    21,110,028            21,110,028       10,260,652          21,110,028
    ENDING NET POSITION                                                                                                                                            10,260,652   21,110,028   23,611,741    23,611,741            21,646,743          6,640,424          23,109,089
                                                                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                 
                                                                                          ENTERPRISE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                                        GL NUMBER                                                                                                         2019‐20                    2020‐21                  2021‐22                2021‐22                     Sep 30, 2021                   Sep 30, 2020                    2021‐22
                                                            AND                                                                                                           ACTIVITY                   ACTIVITY                ORIGINAL               AMENDED                        ACTUAL                         ACTUAL                     1ST QUARTER
                                                    BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                        DESCRIPTION                                                                 BUDGET                  BUDGET                       EXPENSES                        EXPENSE                    REFORECAST  

Fund 591 ‐ WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
591‐00000‐4300                                                                                                                       FEDERAL GRANTS                                            ‐           780,250                         ‐                             ‐                                 ‐                            ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ‐
591‐00000‐4400                                                                                                                       STATE GRANTS                                   94,462                              ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ‐                             ‐                                 ‐                            ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 200,000
591‐00000‐4605                                                                                                                       METERED SALES                             3,180,302                4,215,545         3,380,000                      3,380,000                         1,239,931                    1,030,076             3,380,000
591‐00000‐4616                                                                                                                       WHOLESALE WATER                           4,624,428                4,034,865         4,600,000                      4,600,000                         1,684,977                    1,448,293             4,600,000
591‐00000‐4618                                                                                                                       LEAD REPLACEMENT FEE                                                               ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             750,000                        750,000                                        ‐                            ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 750,000
591‐00000‐4619                                                                                                                       MISC. SALES AND SERVICES                     181,004                  109,633           170,000                        170,000                           150,394                         42,686
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 170,000
591‐00000‐4652                                                                                                                       TOWNSHIP MAINTENANCE CONTRACT                  69,627                    56,454         200,000                        200,000                                6,657                      11,843
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 200,000
591‐00000‐4661                                                                                                                       LEASE/RENTAL                                 175,251                  225,411           180,000                        180,000                              46,064                       47,697
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 180,000
591‐00000‐4704                                                                                                                       PENALTIES/INTEREST/FINES                       47,954                    76,548            75,000                        75,000                             23,885                       16,861
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   75,000
591‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                       MISC. & SUNDRY                                   8,335                     9,382           10,000                        10,000                               5,334                        1,562
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   10,000
591‐00000‐4802                                                                                                                       REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                        29,385                    24,732            20,000                        20,000                               9,142                        4,522
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   20,000
591‐00000‐4805                                                                                                                       CONTRIBUTIONS                                             ‐                        ‐
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ‐                             ‐                                 ‐                                                  ‐
591‐00000‐4818                                                                                                                       RECOVERY OF BAD DEBT                                      ‐                                           ‐                             ‐                                                                                    ‐
591‐00000‐4904                                                                                                                       OP. TRANS FROM CAPITAL PROJECTS                           ‐              35,000                      ‐                              ‐                                                                                    ‐
591‐00000‐4961                                                                                                                       LOAN PROCEEDS                                             ‐                          4,425,000                      4,425,000                                                                            4,425,000
591‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                       INTEREST INCOME                                  6,757                     9,738             6,000                         6,000                                      ‐                 1,998                    6,000
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                      8,417,508                9,577,557   13,816,000                         13,816,000                          3,166,384          2,605,538          14,016,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                      8,417,508      9,577,557   13,816,000                                   13,816,000               3,166,384          2,605,538          14,016,000

Dept 30203 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                 147,769      189,928       189,928                 31,655            32,501            189,928
  Totals for dept 30205 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                                                                                                       ‐                 147,769      189,928       189,928                 31,655            32,501            189,928

EXPENDITURES
Dept 30548 ‐ BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         989,718               1,115,798     1,212,891                          1,212,891                            281,378                      262,825                     1,212,891
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                                     (263)                           ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
5900                                                                                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES                      2,006,516                2,043,072     1,181,261                          1,181,261                              62,630                     519,503                     1,181,261
  Totals for dept 30548 ‐ BOND INTEREST, INSURANCE & OTHER                                                                                                                     2,995,971                3,158,870     2,394,152                          2,394,152                            344,008                      782,328                     2,394,152

Dept 60555 ‐ LEAD SERVICE LINE
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                   156,190        150,000          150,000                    46,318                                                 27,762               150,000
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                                                81,583           80,000            80,000                    34,045                                               9,168                 80,000
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                  272,613        520,000          520,000                    39,348                                                 57,570               520,000
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS
  Totals for dept 60555 ‐ LEAD SERVICE LINE                                                                                                                                                    ‐           510,386                 750,000          750,000                  119,711                                         94,500                       750,000

Dept 60558 ‐ WATER SUPPLY & FILTRATION
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                       1,399,837                1,154,435               1,201,614                1,201,614                            224,308             263,417            1,201,614
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                     324,098                  290,171                 367,900                  367,900                             42,242               66,460               367,900
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         750,603                  797,248              1,001,383                1,001,383                            193,969             236,579            1,001,383
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                                 11,396                      7,505                   6,500                   6,500                             1,360                 6,020                    6,500
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              173,297                  175,804                 170,500                  170,500                               3,226               78,008               170,500
  Totals for dept 60558 ‐ WATER SUPPLY & FILTRATION                                                                                                                            2,659,231                2,425,163                2,747,897               2,747,897                            465,105             650,484            2,747,897

Dept 60559 ‐ WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                       1,684,366                1,417,081               1,390,812                1,390,812                            346,828             339,266            1,390,812
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                     290,082                  293,759                 295,450                  295,450                             46,943               94,387               295,450
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         549,329                  390,403                 927,365                  927,365                           213,388             133,857               927,365
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                               136,314                     92,147               180,000                  180,000                             43,450               51,035               180,000
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                16,843                    32,480                  24,000                  24,000                              2,177               30,405                 24,000
  Totals for dept 60559 ‐ WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE                                                                                                                            2,676,934                2,225,870                2,817,627               2,817,627                            652,786             648,950            2,817,627

Dept 60660 ‐ WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE‐TWP
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                            33,801                   20,265           48,165            48,165                      2,374                 1,966                 48,165
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                         2,074                    2,417             1,800              1,800                          396                     532                    1,800
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                           41,898                   33,947           40,000            40,000                      8,552               10,396                 40,000
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                                            ‐
  Totals for dept 60660 ‐ WATER & SEWER MAINTENANCE‐TWP                                                                                                                             77,773                   56,629           89,965                          89,965                            11,322                       12,894                         89,965

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

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

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

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

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

Dept 91710 ‐ WATER ASSET MANAGEMENT
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                      ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91710 ‐ WATER ASSET MANAGEMENT                                                                                                                                               ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91711 ‐ LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         880,313         131,440                      ‐                                         ‐                                 ‐                     740                        18,566
  Totals for dept 91711 ‐ LAKESHORE DR, MCCRACKEN TO LAKETON                                                                                                                      880,313         131,440                      ‐                                         ‐                                 ‐                     740                        18,566

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

Dept 91722 ‐ DEVELOP ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN
                                                                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                 
                                                                                          ENTERPRISE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                                        GL NUMBER                                                                                                2019‐20                    2020‐21                 2021‐22                   2021‐22                   Sep 30, 2021                   Sep 30, 2020                      2021‐22
                                                            AND                                                                                                  ACTIVITY                   ACTIVITY               ORIGINAL                AMENDED                          ACTUAL                         ACTUAL                   1ST QUARTER
                                                    BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                       DESCRIPTION                                                         BUDGET                   BUDGET                       EXPENSES                        EXPENSE                    REFORECAST  
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91722 ‐ DEVELOP ASSET MANAGEMENT PLAN                                                                                                                               ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91813 ‐ REHAB 1290 WOOD
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91813 ‐ REHAB 1290 WOOD                                                                                                                                             ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91825 ‐ PLC UPGRADES AT FILTRATION
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  13,680                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91825 ‐ PLC UPGRADES AT FILTRATION                                                                                                                       13,680                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91826 ‐ SRF SEWER UPGRADES
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐               6,175                      ‐                              ‐                        2,885                          ‐                    3,000
  Totals for dept 91826 ‐ SEWER UPGRADES                                                                                                                                              ‐               6,175                      ‐                              ‐                        2,885                          ‐                    3,000

Dept 91831 ‐ REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91831 ‐ REMEMBRANCE DR EXTENSION                                                                                                                                    ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91838 ‐ POLIT GRANT ‐ WATER SYSTEM INVENTORY
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                         ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  61,495                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91838 ‐ PILOT GRANT WATER SYSTEM INVENTORY                                                                                                               61,495                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91843 ‐ 3RD ST.
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                331,691                               ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91843 ‐ 3RD ST.                                                                                                                                        331,691                               ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91845 ‐ SCAD MIGRATION PROJECT
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         8,135                             ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91845 ‐ SCAD MIGRATION PROJECT                                                                                                                             8,135                             ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91846 ‐ FILTRATION PLANT WELLS
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91846 ‐ FILTRATION PLANT WELLS                                                                                                                                      ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91847 ‐ FRUITPORT GENERATOR TIE‐IN
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       71,149                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91847 ‐ FRUITPORT GENERATOR TIE‐IN                                                                                                                       71,149                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91848 ‐ OLD FILTER GALLERY ROOF
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91848 ‐ OLD FILTER GALLERY ROOF                                                                                                                                     ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91851 ‐ SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER REROUTE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐           746,230                      ‐                                ‐                      23,769                          ‐                         307,464
  Totals for dept 91851 ‐ SPRING STREET TRUNK SEWER REROUTE                                                                                                                           ‐           746,230                      ‐                                ‐                      23,769                          ‐                         307,464

Dept 91854 ‐ BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                415,664         451,492                      ‐                                         ‐                        4,358             244,691                    4,358
  Totals for dept 91854 ‐ BEIDLER TRUNK SEWER                                                                                                                            415,664         451,492                      ‐                                         ‐                        4,358             244,691                    4,358

Dept 91855 ‐ WESTWOOD/GLENSIDE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐           354,445                      ‐                                ‐                                 ‐             283,730                                       ‐
  Totals for dept 91854 ‐WESTWOOD/GLENSIDE                                                                                                                                            ‐           354,445                      ‐                                ‐                                 ‐             283,730                                       ‐

Dept 91856 ‐ JEFFERSON/STRONG
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    4,068                  45,184                      ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                 11,860                                    ‐
  Totals for dept 91856 ‐ JEFFERSON/STRONG                                                                                                                                   4,068                  45,184                      ‐                               ‐                                 ‐                 11,860                                    ‐

Dept 91903 ‐ DWRF PROJECT PLANS SECOND CHANCE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  19,528                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91903 ‐ DWRF PROJECT PLANS SECOND CHANCE                                                                                                                 19,528                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91910 ‐ RAPID MIXER
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91910 ‐ RAPID MIXER                                                                                                                                                 ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91911 ‐ MARSH & WALTON PROJECT
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91911 ‐MARSH & WALTON PROJECT                                                                                                                                       ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91912 ‐ BUBBLER PANELS
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91912 ‐ BUBBLER PANELS                                                                                                                                              ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91916 ‐ FENCE REPLACEMENT WATER TANKS
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                             ‐                                               ‐                         ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 91916 ‐ FENCE REPLACEMENT WATER TANKS                                                                                                                               ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 91917 ‐ BEACH ST.
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  25,472         209,093                      ‐                                        ‐                          735                                 ‐                 490,908
  Totals for dept 91917 ‐ BEACH ST.                                                                                                                                        25,472         209,093                      ‐                                        ‐                          735                                 ‐                 490,908

Dept 91918 ‐ ELECTRICAL UPGRADE FILTRATION 19
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         4,236                             ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 91918 ‐ ELECTRICAL UPGRADE FILTRATION 19                                                                                                                   4,236                             ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

Dept 92002 ‐ PECK STREET ‐ APPLE TO STRONG
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         4,146                    4,920               300,000          300,000                               ‐                     969                                       300,000
  Totals for dept 92002 ‐ PECK STREET ‐ APPLE TO STRONG                                                                                                                      4,146                    4,920               300,000          300,000                               ‐                     969                                       300,000

Dept 92003 ‐ MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                  ‐             94,154                      ‐                               ‐                        3,011                          ‐                    3,011
  Totals for dept 92003 ‐ MICHIGAN & FRANKLIN                                                                                                                                         ‐             94,154                      ‐                               ‐                        3,011                          ‐                    3,011

Dept 92005‐ COMMUNICATIONS TOWERS
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                       61,969                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 92005 ‐ COMMUNICATIONS TOWERS                                                                                                                            61,969                              ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
                                                                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                 
                                                                                          ENTERPRISE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                  GL NUMBER                                                                                                                        2019‐20                    2020‐21                  2021‐22                2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                   2021‐22
                                     AND                                                                                                                           ACTIVITY                   ACTIVITY                ORIGINAL               AMENDED                       ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                    1ST QUARTER
                             BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                                                DESCRIPTION                                                         BUDGET                  BUDGET                      EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                   REFORECAST  
Dept 92007‐ HARVEY RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         23,894         246,818                         900,000          900,000                  110,300                          ‐                                           900,000
  Totals for dept 92007‐ HARVEY RESERVOIR IMPROVEMENTS                                                                                                                       23,894         246,818                         900,000          900,000                  110,300                          ‐                                           900,000

Dept 92008‐ FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐           45,793                      ‐                       ‐                                21,843                          ‐                            ‐
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         11,651         168,667     1,275,000       1,275,000                                                        52,607                          ‐            1,275,000
  Totals for dept 92008‐ FILTRATION PLANT ROOFING & WINDOWS                                                                                                                  11,651         214,460     1,275,000       1,275,000                                                        74,449                          ‐            1,275,000

 Dept 92009‐ AMITY ST‐FORK TO GETTY
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      5,653         622,994     1,250,000       1,250,000                  555,873               18,191            1,875,000
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                      ‐                      ‐                       ‐                               ‐                          ‐                            ‐
   Totals for dept 92009‐ AMITY ST‐FORK TO GETTY                                                                                                                               5,653         622,994     1,250,000       1,250,000                  555,873               18,191            1,875,000

 Dept 92010‐ PECK STREET (MERRILL TO LAKETON)
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                    39,348      1,338,824        700,000          700,000                  382,118                      ‐                                                                 700,000
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                      ‐                      ‐                       ‐                               ‐                          ‐                                      ‐
   Totals for dept 92010‐ PECK STREET (MERRILL TO LAKETON)                                                                                                                   39,348      1,338,824        700,000          700,000                  382,118                          ‐                                                             700,000

 Dept 92027 ‐ 2020‐21 DWRF AND SRF 
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      1,103                 672                                                                                        ‐                          ‐
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                                      ‐                                                                                         ‐                          ‐
   Totals for dept 92027 ‐ 2020‐21 DWRF AND SRF                                                                                                                                1,103                 672                      ‐                                   ‐                                 ‐                          ‐                                ‐

 Dept 92034 ‐ WF WMRWA‐ELIGIBLE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          ‐                134,239                          ‐                   ‐                  108,451                      ‐                             ‐
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                               ‐                  33,795                707,000          707,000                               ‐                          ‐               707,000
   Totals for dept 92034 ‐ WF WMRWA‐ELIBIBLE                                                                                                                                            ‐           168,034                 707,000          707,000                  108,451                          ‐               707,000

 Dept 92035 ‐ WF WMRWA NOT ELIGIBLE
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                          ‐                  23,962                                                                   ‐                          ‐
 5700                                                                                                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                               ‐                  12,304                808,949          808,949                               ‐                          ‐                                    808,949
   Totals for dept 92035 ‐ WF WMRWA NOT ELIGIBLE                                                                                                                                        ‐             36,266                808,949          808,949                               ‐                          ‐                                    808,949

UNASSIGNED ‐ TERRACE ST (APPLE TO LAKESHORE)
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                        ‐          400,000          400,000                               ‐                                             ‐                              ‐
  Totals for UNASSIGNED‐TERRACE ST (APPLE TO LAKESHORE)                                                                                                                                 ‐                        ‐          400,000          400,000                               ‐                                             ‐                              ‐

 Dept 92037‐ MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                               3,047               120,000          120,000                               ‐                                                               120,000
   Totals for dept 92037 ‐ MONROE, 4TH TO 3RD                                                                                                                                           ‐               3,047               120,000          120,000                               ‐                                             ‐                 120,000

UNASSIGNED ‐ HOUSTON TO 3RD
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                        ‐       1,000,000       1,000,000                               ‐                                               ‐                              ‐
  Totals for UNASSIGNED‐HOUSTON TO 3RD                                                                                                                                                  ‐                        ‐       1,000,000       1,000,000                               ‐                                               ‐                              ‐

DEPT 92118 ‐ GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2 UNASSIGNED
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                        ‐           75,000                    75,000                               ‐                                    ‐                   75,000
  Totals for dept 92118‐GLENSIDE SRF PHASE 2                                                                                                                                            ‐                        ‐           75,000                    75,000                               ‐                                    ‐                   75,000

DEPT 92117 ‐ SANFORD (MERRILL TO LAKETON) 
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                        ‐          100,000          100,000                               ‐                                             ‐                 100,000
  Totals for dept 92117 ‐(MERRILL TO LAKETON)                                                                                                                                           ‐                        ‐          100,000          100,000                               ‐                                             ‐                 100,000

DEPT 92124‐DWAM GRANT
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                 200,000
  Totals for dept 92124‐DWAM GRANT                                                                                                                                                      ‐                        ‐                      ‐                         ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                 200,000

UNASSIGNED ‐ MORTON
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                        ‐           75,000                    75,000                               ‐                                    ‐                              ‐
  Totals for UNASSIGNED‐MORTON                                                                                                                                                          ‐                        ‐           75,000                    75,000                               ‐                                    ‐                              ‐

UNASSIGNED ‐ EDWATER
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐                        ‐           50,000                    50,000                               ‐                                    ‐                              ‐
  Totals for UNASSIGNED‐EDWATER                                                                                                                                                         ‐                        ‐           50,000                    50,000                               ‐                                    ‐                              ‐

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

Dept 98125 
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐                     49                      ‐                           ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐
  Totals for dept 98125                                                                                                                                                                 ‐                     49                      ‐                           ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐


Dept 99012 ‐ GIS TRAINING
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      9,959                  31,774                      ‐                               ‐                      10,504                         6,547                        12,000
  Totals for dept 99012 ‐ GIS TRAINING                                                                                                                                         9,959                  31,774                      ‐                               ‐                      10,504                         6,547                        12,000

Dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                                ‐                             ‐                                           ‐                                                                                    ‐
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                  (2,022,777)    (4,645,621)                      ‐                                           ‐                                 ‐              (28,619)                            ‐
  Totals for dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                                                                                                 (2,022,777)    (4,645,621)                      ‐                                           ‐                                 ‐              (28,619)                            ‐

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                     8,380,285      8,585,138   16,750,518                                   16,750,518               2,901,038          2,759,763          16,889,825

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 591                                                                                                                                      37,222         992,419    (2,934,518)     (2,934,518)                  265,346            (154,225)          (2,873,825)
    BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                                                                                           30,535,655   30,572,877   31,565,296    31,565,296            31,565,296       30,572,877          31,565,296
    ENDING ENDING NET POSITION                                                                                                                                       30,572,877   31,565,296   28,630,778    28,630,778            31,830,642       30,418,652          28,691,471
                                                                                                                    BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                 
                                                                                          ENTERPRISE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  

                                                        GL NUMBER                                                                                                   2019‐20                     2020‐21                2021‐22                 2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021                    Sep 30, 2020                   2021‐22
                                                            AND                                                                                                     ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY              ORIGINAL                AMENDED                       ACTUAL                          ACTUAL                    1ST QUARTER
                                                    BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                                                                         DESCRIPTION                                                         BUDGET                   BUDGET                      EXPENSES                         EXPENSE                   REFORECAST  

Fund 594 ‐ MARINA AND LAUNCH RAMP

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
594‐00000‐4300                                                                                                                       FEDERAL GRANTS                                     ‐                                          ‐                       ‐
594‐00000‐4400                                                                                                                       STATE GRANTS                                                      6,294                                                                               ‐                          ‐
594‐00000‐4609                                                                                                                       ICE SALES                                          ‐                 145                      ‐                       ‐                          309
594‐00000‐4618                                                                                                                       DRY STORAGE                                        ‐                                          ‐                       ‐
594‐00000‐4626                                                                                                                       LARGE BASIN FEES                         (6,419)           70,459        170,000          170,000                    46,119                          ‐               170,000
594‐00000‐4627                                                                                                                       SMALL BASIN FEES                         (1,480)               (530)                      ‐                       ‐                               ‐                          ‐
594‐00000‐4628                                                                                                                       MOORING FEES                              1,477             9,460           15,000            15,000                      4,780                 4,772                 15,000
594‐00000‐4629                                                                                                                       TRANSIENT FEES                          12,243           27,500           25,000            25,000                      1,618               27,500                 25,000
594‐00000‐4630                                                                                                                       LAUNCH RAMP                             66,922           71,397           75,000            75,000                    31,308               20,320                 75,000
594‐00000‐4677                                                                                                                       RENT                                               ‐                                          ‐                       ‐
594‐00000‐4678                                                                                                                       HARBOURTOWNE SLIP RENTAL                           ‐                                          ‐                       ‐
594‐00000‐4754                                                                                                                       TRAFFIC FINES & FEES                               ‐                 275             2,500              2,500                          510                                                            2,500
594‐00000‐4800                                                                                                                       MISC. & SUNDRY                            1,005                      ‐                      ‐                       ‐                          380                          ‐
594‐00000‐4802                                                                                                                       REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                       910                      ‐                      ‐                       ‐                               ‐                          ‐
594‐00000‐4970                                                                                                                       INTEREST INCOME                           1,215                   42                  50                    50                               ‐                       40                         50
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                                                                                                    75,874         185,042        287,550          287,550                    85,024               52,632               287,550

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                                                                                                     75,874         185,042                         287,550          287,550                                      85,024                       52,632                       287,550


EXPENDITURES
Dept 70756 ‐ MUNICIPAL MARINA
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                     53,673                   41,763                   32,000            32,000                      6,313                 7,583                                              32,000
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                20,709                   11,270                   18,700            18,700                      1,625                     979                                            18,700
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                  295,726                  189,920                  300,000          300,000                    66,838               49,448                                                300,000
5400                                                                                                                                 OTHER EXPENSES                                410                           ‐                        ‐                       ‐                               ‐                          ‐
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                         37,076                 136,149                  101,300          101,300                      1,307               42,367                                               101,300
5900                                                                                                                                 OTHER FINANCING USES                  106,040                  106,040                               ‐                       ‐                               ‐               26,510
  Totals for dept 70756 ‐ MUNICIPAL MARINA                                                                                                                                 513,633                  485,142                  452,000          452,000                    76,083             126,887                                                 452,000

Dept 70759 ‐ LAUNCH RAMPS
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                       6,491                  12,723                     6,000                    6,000                      3,039                     919                    6,000
5200                                                                                                                                 SUPPLIES                                      934                  2,858                    3,700                    3,700                          888                          ‐                    3,700
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                      7,265                  11,169                   10,500                   10,500                      1,910                 1,887                 10,500
  Totals for dept 70759 ‐ LAUNCH RAMPS                                                                                                                                       14,690                   26,750                   20,200                   20,200                      5,837                 2,806                 20,200

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

Dept 91809 ‐ DOCKS & BUILDING UPGRADE MARINA
5300                                                                                                                                 CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                               ‐             14,214                      ‐                                ‐                      13,091                                                                 ‐
  Totals for dept 91809 ‐ DOCKS & BUILDING UPGRADE MARINA                                                                                                                               ‐             14,214                      ‐                                ‐                      13,091                          ‐                                      ‐

Dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5100                                                                                                                                 SALARIES & BENEFITS                                ‐                                        ‐                                 ‐                                                                                             ‐
5700                                                                                                                                 CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                    ‐          (14,214)                      ‐                                 ‐                                                                                             ‐
  Totals for dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                                                                                                                   ‐          (14,214)                      ‐                                 ‐                                 ‐                            ‐                              ‐

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                                                                                         528,323         511,892                          472,200          472,200                                      95,010             129,693                                472,200

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 594                                                                                                                                  (452,449)        (326,850)       (184,650)         (184,650)                     (9,986)              (77,061)              (184,650)
    BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                                                                                             1,536,876      1,084,427        757,577          757,577                  757,577          1,084,427               757,577
    ENDING NET POSITION                                                                                                                                                1,084,427         757,577        572,927          572,927                  747,591          1,007,365               572,927




                                                                                                                                                                                             
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                   INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                       *
                  GL NUMBER                                                    2019‐20                     2020‐21                   2021‐22                      2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021  Sep 30, 2020                               2021‐22
                      AND                                                      ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL                     AMENDED                       ACTUAL        ACTUAL                                1ST QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                          DESCRIPTION                                                            BUDGET                        BUDGET                      EXPENSES      EXPENSE                                REFORECAST

642‐ PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000                                          TRUE
642‐00000‐4677                                      RENT                            1,049,134       1,105,619        1,324,874              1,324,874            330,301           276,405              1,324,874
642‐00000‐4800                                      MISC. & SUNDRY                                                                                                ‐                                                          ‐
642‐00000‐4901                                      OP TRANSFER FROM GF                                    625,000           300,000                 300,000                                                    300,000
642‐00000‐4970                                      INTEREST INCOME                         2,787              1,930                                              ‐                        490                              ‐
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                           1,051,921       1,732,548        1,624,874              1,624,874            330,301           276,895              1,624,874

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                            1,051,921       1,732,548        1,624,874              1,624,874            330,301                                                         276,895                       1,624,874

Dept 30203 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                           ‐                 316,424           405,925              405,925            67,654           69,595               405,925
  Totals for dept 30205 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                               316,424         405,925              405,925            67,654           69,595               405,925

EXPENDITURES
Dept 60442 ‐ PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING
5100                                                SALARIES & BENEFITS             1,049,688          761,232           770,000                 770,000            154,757                                                      149,822                  770,000
5200                                                SUPPLIES                             58,406            40,051             49,900                   49,900                8,573                                                   9,243                    49,900
5300                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               303,845          307,181           372,187                 372,187              73,829                                                      68,520                  372,187
5400                                                OTHER EXPENSES                               65                       ‐               3,000                     3,000                   800                                                                 3,000
5700                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                      38,624            38,475           179,900                 179,900                4,867                                                     8,033                  179,900
5900                                                OTHER FINANCING USES                 43,170            31,529                                                            ‐                                                       8,014                              ‐
  Totals for dept 60442 ‐ PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING                                   1,493,797       1,178,468        1,374,987              1,374,987            242,824                                                         243,632              1,374,987

Dept 60895 ‐ INVENTORY
5300                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                       290                       ‐                                                  ‐                                                                         ‐
5400                                                OTHER EXPENSES                        (6,608)             (3,953)                                                       ‐               (2,529)              (3,302)                              ‐
  Totals for dept 60895 ‐ INVENTORY                                                       (6,318)             (3,953)                        ‐                              ‐               (2,529)              (3,302)                              ‐

Dept 90113 ‐ PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING ROOF
5300                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES               108,881                             63                                                       ‐                              ‐                                                           ‐
  Totals for dept 90113 ‐ PUBLIC SERVICE BUILDING PARKING LOT                          108,881                             63                        ‐                              ‐                              ‐                          ‐                                ‐

Dept 97019
5300                                                CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                                                                 ‐                              ‐                                                                                      ‐
  Totals for dept 97019                                                                             ‐                         ‐                          ‐                              ‐                          ‐                          ‐                                ‐

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

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                  1,487,479       1,491,003        1,780,912              1,780,912            307,950                                                         309,924                       1,780,912

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 642                                               (435,558)          241,546          (156,038)                (156,038)              22,351            (33,029)                (156,038)
    BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                             153,079         (282,479)            (40,933)                  (40,933)            (40,933)          (282,479)                  (40,933)
    ENDING NET POSITION                                                               (282,479)           (40,933)          (196,971)                (196,971)            (18,582)          (315,509)                (196,971)
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                   INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                                     *
                  GL NUMBER                                                                  2019‐20                     2020‐21                   2021‐22                      2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021  Sep 30, 2020                                2021‐22
                      AND                                                                    ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL                     AMENDED                       ACTUAL        ACTUAL                                 1ST QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                           DESCRIPTION                                                                         BUDGET                        BUDGET                      EXPENSES      EXPENSE                                 REFORECAST

Fund 643 ‐ ENGINEERING SERVICES

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
643‐00000‐4200                                     LICENSE AND PERMIT MISC.                          315                           1,515                                                                          4,623                   140
643‐00000‐4653                                     ENGINEERING FEES                             30,138                           31,071                     50,000                          50,000                4,891               4,373                                        50,000
643‐00000‐4680                                     INTERDEPT.ENGINEERING FEES                 276,605                          503,187                    500,000                         500,000            166,890             96,117                                          500,000
643‐00000‐4901                                     OPERATING TRANSFER FROM GENERA               20,000                                                      40,000                          40,000                                                                                 40,000
643‐00000‐4970                                     INTEREST INCOME                                   124                                 29                                                                                                   3
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                     327,182                          535,803                    590,000                         590,000            176,404           100,633                                           590,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                             327,182                   535,803                    590,000                         590,000            176,404                           100,633                  590,000



Dept 30203 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                             43,442           55,861                55,861              9,310             9,555                 55,861
  Totals for dept 30205 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                                               43,442           55,861                55,861              9,310             9,555                 55,861

 EXPENDITURES
 Dept 60447 ‐ ENGINEERING
 5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                               301,415                   315,530                    345,700                         345,700              84,503             75,857                                         345,700
 5200                                              SUPPLIES                                               7,929                    3,633                      5,350                           5,350                1,803                   160                                       5,350
 5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                 81,396                 120,856                    146,285                         146,285              38,375             25,496                                         146,285
 5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                            533                   2,441                      5,000                           5,000                1,986                                                             5,000
 5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                      43,413                   17,010                     20,000                          20,000              14,096               8,785                                         20,000
5900                                               OTHER FINANCING USES                                   2,291                    2,499                                                                                                   625
   Totals for dept 60447 ‐ ENGINEERING                                                               436,977                   461,969                    522,335                         522,335            140,763           110,923                                           522,335

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

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

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

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                   411,986                   505,410                    578,196                         578,196            150,074                           120,477                  578,196

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 643                                                               (84,803)            30,392             11,804                   11,804              26,330            (19,845)                    11,804
    BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                             90,470              5,667             36,059                   36,059              36,059               5,667                    36,059
    ENDING NET POSITION                                                                                   5,667            36,059             47,863                   47,863              62,389            (14,178)                    47,863
                                                         BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                   INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                   
                                                                                               *
                  GL NUMBER                                                            2019‐20                     2020‐21                   2021‐22                      2021‐22                    Sep 30, 2021  Sep 30, 2020                                2021‐22
                      AND                                                              ACTIVITY                    ACTIVITY                 ORIGINAL                     AMENDED                       ACTUAL        ACTUAL                                 1ST QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                         DESCRIPTION                                                                     BUDGET                        BUDGET                      EXPENSES      EXPENSE                                 REFORECAST

Fund 661 ‐ EQUIPMENT

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
661‐00000‐4652                                    SALES & SERVICE                                           ‐                                     ‐                              ‐                                                                                               ‐
661‐00000‐4654                                    METERED SALES‐FUEL                             15,684            13,748             10,000                   10,000                4,846                                                   2,852                    10,000
661‐00000‐4662                                    EQUIPMENT RENTAL BY DEPTS.                2,364,948       2,212,782        3,328,300              3,328,300            832,076                                                         549,136              3,328,300
661‐00000‐4800                                    MISC. & SUNDRY                                 58,245            46,516             20,000                   20,000                1,053                                                   5,507                    20,000
661‐00000‐4802                                    REIMB:SERVICES RENDERED                        10,790              4,252             10,000                   10,000                                                                       1,258                    10,000
661‐00000‐4902                                    OP. TRANS FROM SPECIAL REVENUE
661‐00000‐4970                                    INTEREST INCOME                                13,180              12,121               7,500                     7,500                3,178                                               4,966                             7,500
661‐00000‐4980                                    SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                                               30,578             20,000                   20,000                                                                                                      20,000
661‐00000‐4990                                    GAIN ON SALE OF FIXED ASSETS                    (8,161)            53,400
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                                   2,454,686       2,373,397        3,395,800              3,395,800            841,153                                                         563,719                       3,395,800

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

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                    2,454,686       2,373,397        3,395,800              3,395,800            841,153                                                         563,719                       3,395,800

Dept 30203 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION
5100                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                                                       52,837           67,033                67,033            11,172           11,621                 67,033
  Totals for dept 30205 ‐ PENSION ADMINISTRATION                                                                         52,837           67,033                67,033            11,172           11,621                 67,033

EXPENDITURES
Dept 60932 ‐ EQUIPMENT SERVICES
5100                                              SALARIES & BENEFITS                          708,229          553,415           598,265                 598,265                                              127,365            110,205                  598,265
5200                                              SUPPLIES                                     674,460          644,742           915,500                 915,500                                              188,225            108,699                  915,500
5300                                              CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                         710,303          806,603           857,581                 857,581                                              181,373            172,237                  857,581
5400                                              OTHER EXPENSES                                    1,649                  345               3,000                     3,000                                                              165                      3,000
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                              400,428          375,203           985,000                 985,000                                                44,700           137,362              1,220,000
5900                                              OTHER FINANCING USES                         478,464          508,412                                                                                                           125,603
  Totals for dept 60932 ‐ EQUIPMENT SERVICES                                                2,973,534       2,888,719        3,359,346              3,359,346                                                  541,663           654,271              3,594,346

Dept 97026
5700                                              CAPITAL OUTLAYS                                                                                                ‐                              ‐                                                                                      ‐
  Totals for dept 97026                                                                                     ‐                         ‐                          ‐                              ‐                          ‐                          ‐                                ‐

Dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION
5700                                                CAPITAL OUTLAYS                           (408,839)         (322,030)                                                                                                                 (51,053)
  Totals for dept 99999 ‐ FIXED ASSETS CAPITALIZATION                                         (408,839)         (322,030)                        ‐                              ‐                                          ‐              (51,053)                              ‐

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                          2,564,695       2,619,525        3,426,379              3,426,379            552,835                                                         614,839                       3,661,379

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 661                                                       (110,009)         (246,129)            (30,579)                  (30,579)            288,318            (51,120)                (265,579)
    BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                  3,133,900       3,023,891        2,777,763              2,777,763        2,777,763        3,023,891              2,777,763
    ENDING NET POSITION                                                                     3,023,891       2,777,763        2,747,184              2,747,184        3,066,080        2,972,771              2,512,184
                                                        BUDGET REPORT FOR CITY OF MUSKEGON                                                 
                                  INTERNAL SERVICE FUNDS 1ST QUARTER REFORECAST AND 2021‐22 BUDGET
                                                                                                                                  
                                                                                                     *
                  GL NUMBER                                                                     2019‐20             2020‐21             2021‐22                2021‐22              Sep 30, 2021  Sep 30, 2020                   2021‐22
                      AND                                                                       ACTIVITY            ACTIVITY           ORIGINAL               AMENDED                 ACTUAL        ACTUAL                    1ST QUARTER
              BUDGET CLASSIFICATION                         DESCRIPTION                                                                BUDGET                  BUDGET                EXPENSES      EXPENSE                    REFORECAST

Fund 677 ‐ GENERAL INSURANCE

ESTIMATED REVENUES
Dept 00000
677‐00000‐4600                                 INTERDEPT. CHARGES                                                             3,300,000              3,300,000                                                                3,300,000
677‐00000‐4651                                 REIMBURSEMENT                                 24,777              8,698                                                                                   6,381
677‐00000‐4652                                 REIMBURSEMENT RETIREE HEALTHCA          2,058,692       1,591,666        1,500,000              1,500,000                                                      32              1,500,000
677‐00000‐4681                                 INTERDEPT.CHARGES:HEALTH INS.           2,455,176       2,346,310                                                             647,572           634,057
677‐00000‐4682                                 INTERDEPT.CHARGES:DENTAL INS.               207,612          206,856                                                            57,420             55,440
677‐00000‐4683                                 INTERDEPT.CHARGES:LIFE INS.                   43,996            44,660                                                          12,350             11,866
677‐00000‐4685                                 INTERDEPT.CHARGES:VISION
677‐00000‐4686                                 INTERDEPT.CHARGES:DISABILITY                  44,597            44,575                                                          12,849             11,784
677‐00000‐4687                                 INTERDEPT.CHGS:WORKMEN'S COMP             437,088          433,143                                                            115,164           114,004
677‐00000‐4688                                 INTERDEPT.CHGS:UNEMPLOYMENT                 1,422              1,446                                                                    66                     62
677‐00000‐4800                                 MISC. & SUNDRY
677‐00000‐4805                                 CONTRIBUTIONS
677‐00000‐4807                                 COBRA RECEIPTS
677‐00000‐4827                                 CONTRIBUTIONS FROM EMPLOYEE ‐ H             398,277          390,212           375,000                 375,000            106,707           107,615                  375,000
677‐00000‐4970                                 INTEREST INCOME                               10,980            10,640             10,000                   10,000                3,178               5,017                    10,000
  Totals for dept 00000 ‐                                                              5,682,617       5,078,206        5,185,000              5,185,000            955,304           946,259              5,185,000

TOTAL ESTIMATED REVENUES                                                                             5,682,617       5,078,206        5,185,000              5,185,000            955,304                         946,259                 5,185,000



EXPENDITURES
Dept 30851 ‐ INSURANCE SERVICES
5100                                           SALARIES & BENEFITS                                      252,968          229,980             70,415                   70,415              11,037             11,291                    70,415
5200                                           SUPPLIES                                                              ‐                  351
5300                                           CONTRACTUAL SERVICES                                  5,303,242       4,707,332        5,200,000              5,200,000        1,255,027        1,241,380              5,200,000
5400                                           OTHER EXPENSES                                             17,157            23,398             25,000                   25,000                1,631                   275                    25,000
5700                                           CAPITAL OUTLAYS
  Totals for dept 30851 ‐ INSURANCE SERVICES                                                         5,573,368       4,961,062        5,295,415              5,295,415                    1,267,695        1,252,946                      5,295,415

TOTAL EXPENDITURES                                                                                   5,573,368       4,961,062        5,295,415              5,295,415                    1,267,695        1,252,946                      5,295,415

NET OF REVENUES/EXPENDITURES ‐ FUND 677                                                                 109,250          117,144          (110,415)                (110,415)          (312,390)          (306,688)                (110,415)
    BEGINNING NET POSITION                                                                           1,122,718       1,231,968        1,349,112              1,349,112        1,349,112        1,231,968              1,349,112
    ENDING NET POSITION                                                                              1,231,968       1,349,112        1,238,697              1,238,697        1,036,722           925,280              1,238,697
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date:                          Title: Extension of the CDBG Program
November 23, 2021                                 Administration Agreement between Norton Shores
                                                  and City of Muskegon for fiscal year 2021

Submitted By: Oneata Bailey                       Department: CNS

Brief Summary: To approve a 1 year extension of the 2019 - 2020 CDBG Program Administration Agreement between
Norton Shores and City of Muskegon to cover July1, 2021 through June 30,2022.


Detailed Summary: Norton Shores is requesting a 1 year extension of the 2 year- CDBG
Programs Administrative Agreement between Norton Shores and the City of Muskegon. (See
Attached)




Amount Requested:                                      Amount Budgeted:

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


Recommended Motion: To approve a 1 year extension of the CDBG Program Administration
Agreement between Norton Shores and City of Muskegon from July1, 2021 –June 30, 2022

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                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 11/23/2021                   Title: MMRMA Settlement Agreement
                                                      City of Muskegon vs. Don & Thearetta Bailley

Submitted By: Dwana Thompson                          Department: EEO & Employee Relations
                                                      Department

Brief Summary: On 7/24/2021 the property of Don & Thearetta Bailey at 1360 8th Street sustained
damages due to a sewer backup. Mrs. Bailey filed a claim with the City of Muskegon on
7/26/2021. Michigan Municipal Risk Management Authority known as MMRMA represents the City
of Muskegon with its self-insurance program. We have negotiated a settlement agreement for the
mitigation/clean up of the property, and for damaged and lost property in the amount of $30,000.

Detailed Summary: See Attached




Amount Requested: $30,000                            Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: Approve $30,000 as final settlement of the claim for 1360 Eighth Street,
for services and loss associated with the claim from 7/24/2021.



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                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23rd,                  Title: Bridge Bundle #1 – Removal of Ottawa
2021                                                     bridge

Submitted By: Joel Brookens                              Department: Public Works

Brief Summary:
Staff is seeking formal resolution and support confirming concurrence for bridge removal of the Ottawa
Street bridge.

Detailed Summary:
Staff is seeking funds from the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) Bridge Bundle #1
program. MDOT piloted a Bridge Bundle program last year with the hopes of reducing the number of
critical condition bridges by combining several bridges into one package. More information about the
program and an online tracking tool can be found here: https://www.michigan.gov/som/0,4669,7-192-
47796-564509--,00.html

MDOT is seeking formal resolution of commitment and support. See attached resolution provided by
MDOT.

Ottawa Street bridge: This bridge only serves Richards Park and is already closed to traffic via
concrete barriers. It is open to pedestrians. At this time, the city has no plans to replace the bridge.
See attached Resolution.

Staff is recommending resolution of comment and support to remove the Ottawa Street bridge.


Amount Requested:                                      Amount Budgeted:
$0                                                     $0

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

Recommended Motion:
Approve the Resolution of Commitment and Support for the Statewide Local Agency Bridge Bundle Program
and Authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign.


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              RESOLUTION OF COMMITMENT AND SUPPORT FOR THE
              STATEWIDE LOCAL AGENCY BRIDGE BUNDLE PROGRAM


WHEREAS, the Michigan Department of Transportation (“MDOT”) has undertaken an initiative
to address the needs of Michigan’s local bridge conditions through an innovative delivery
method known as “bridge bundling;”
WHEREAS, MDOT reached out to the County Road Association of Michigan (“CRA”) and the
Michigan Municipal League (“MML”) to work together on such an initiative for the benefit of
their mutual communities, and in the interest of public safety and the Michigan taxpayers.
WHEREAS, MDOT has identified funding for the BUNDLE PROGRAM and has screened and
selected a number of candidate local bridges from a statewide review for inclusion in same,
with no local cash match or local funding required;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon has agreed to the inclusion of the following bridge(s) in the
BUNDLE PROGRAM, with associated planned work:
Ottawa Street Bridge over the south branch of the Muskegon River
subject to final approval by MDOT and FHWA, if applicable;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon understands that the work as planned consists of the
permanent removal of the above structure(s) and will be undertaken in a design-bid-build
contract to be let and awarded by MDOT at no cost to the City of Muskegon;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon acknowledges that any requests to add or include work to the
BUNDLE PROGRAM identified by MDOT to be either maintenance-related, a betterment or non-
structural improvement to the planned scope shall only be undertaken subject to the approval
of MDOT and at 100% City of Muskegon cost;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon acknowledges that neither MDOT nor its third-party agents,
contractors or consultants are assuming any ownership or responsibility for the future
operation or maintenance of any improvements constructed in connection with the BUNDLE
PROGRAM, and that MDOT shall turn over design and as-built plans to the City of Muskegon
upon completion of construction;
WHEREAS, upon completion of the construction, the City of Muskegon shall accept the facilities
constructed as built to specifications within the construction contract documents. It is
understood that the City of Muskegon shall own the facilities and shall operate and maintain
the facilities in accordance with applicable law at no cost to MDOT;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon has designated an employee representative (“CHAMPION”) to
serve as a point person for the agency with necessary authority and resources to act and direct
its staff and third-party agents to facilitate coordination of its portion of the BUNDLE PROGRAM
with MDOT;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon hereby acknowledges that MDOT and its consultants have the
appropriate authority to act on its behalf in the planning, design, construction and
administration of the BUNDLE PROGRAM, while allowing City of Muskegon staff input during
design and reasonable access during construction to perform its own observations and
inspections if desired;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon agrees to support implementation of the BUNDLE PROGRAM
consistent with the attached “Responsibilities of Local Agency Champions” as approved by
MDOT in September 2020;
WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon acknowledges and agrees that none of its direct or indirect
costs incurred in connection with its participation in the BUNDLE PROGRAM shall be
reimbursable by MDOT or FHWA;
NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the City of Muskegon hereby agrees to support
implementation of the BUNDLE PROGRAM to help facilitate the overall goal of improving local
bridge conditions in Michigan.


Approved on (date) by:
ATTEST:                                            CITY OF MUSKEGON



____________________________________

Signature                                          Mayor Signature




                                                   City Clerk Signature
                                          EXHIBIT A
                     RESPONSIBILITIES OF LOCAL AGENCY CHAMPIONS
City of Muskegon agrees to support its designated CHAMPION* and other staff to take the
following actions as necessary on behalf of the City of Muskegon to participate in the BUNDLE
PROGRAM:
   1. Review and sign environmental permit applications on behalf of the agency, being
      developed and prepared by MDOT or its consultants on its behalf;

   2. Allow MDOT representatives to perform preliminary engineering work on site (surveying,
      scoping, etc.) and assisting with any routine traffic controls needed;

   3. Respond in a timely manner or within deadlines established by MDOT to requests from
      MDOT or its consultants for relevant data or input on engineering plans or other the
      BUNDLE PROGRAM-related documents;

   4. Issue permits (right-of-way occupancy, trucking, etc.) to MDOT’s contractor within
      deadlines established by MDOT at no cost under uniform or near-uniform conditions as
      other agencies with the BUNDLE PROGRAM bridges;

   5. Meet MDOT, its consultants, regulatory agency representatives or contractor to review
      site conditions and discuss planned actions and impacts, such as work zone safety and
      maintenance of traffic requirements;

   6. Develop and implement an actionable plan to facilitate fulfillment of future life-cycle
      maintenance responsibilities of the completed improvement consistent with sound
      principles of asset management;

   7. Take administrative actions as necessary to support the BUNDLE PROGRAM budget,
      quality and schedule goals;

   8. Its designated CHAMPION, on behalf of the City of Muskegon, shall lead with support from
      MDOT and its consultant team, in local public meetings or stakeholder engagement (as
      needed) to support efforts to inform the public of the program and local impacts;

   9. Take additional actions deemed necessary by FHWA to support successful
      implementation of the BUNDLE PROGRAM.


*designated City of Muskegon employee representative to serve as a point person for the agency
with necessary authority and resources to act and direct its staff and third-party agents to
facilitate coordination of its portion of the BUNDLE PROGRAM with MDOT.
                     Agenda Item Review Form
                      Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021            Title: Sale – 434 Abbey St.

Submitted By: Hope Griffith                           Department: Planning Department

Brief Summary: City staff is seeking authorization to sell the City owned vacant lot at 434 Abbey
St. to James Williams.

Detailed Summary: Mr. Williams would like to purchase the City owned buildable lot at 434 Abbey
for $4,875 (75% of the True Cash Value of $6,500) plus half of the closing costs and the fee to
register the deed. Mr. Williams will be constructing two (2) single-family homes on the property.




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 434 Abbey St., as
described in the attached purchase agreement and to have the Mayor and Clerk sign the deed.



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                                            WARRANTY DEED


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

CONVEY(S) AND WARRANT(S) to JAMES WILLIAMS, a married man of 1482 Morgan Ave.,
Muskegon, Michigan 49442,

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

        CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL PLAT NO 3 LOTS 600 & 601.

for the sum of Four Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Five and no/100 Dollars ($4,875.00)

PROVIDED, HOWEVER, Grantee, or its assigns, shall obtain issued building permits for construction of
two (2) single-family homes within the premises herein conveyed within twenty-four (24) months after
the date hereof. In default of such issued building permits, title to the premises shall revert to the City of
Muskegon free and clear of any claim of Grantee or its assigns. In addition, the City of Muskegon may
retain the consideration for this conveyance free and clear of any claim of Grantee or its assigns. In the
event of reversion of title of the above-described premises, improvements made thereon shall become the
property of Grantor. These covenants and conditions shall run with the land.

Subject to any easements, use, conditions and provisions of record, if any.

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

Dated this         day of __________________, 2021.

Signed in the presence of:                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                                    By___________________________
                                                                    Stephen J. Gawron, Its Mayor

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

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

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

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


       THIS AGREEMENT is made ___________, 2021 (“Effective Date”), by and between
the CITY OF MUSKEGON, a municipal corporation, with offices at 933 Terrace, Muskegon,
Michigan 49440 ("Seller"), and James Williams, a married man, of 1482 Morgan Ave,
Muskegon, MI 49442 ("Buyer").

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

                                          SEE ATTACHMENT A

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

        2.     Purchase Price and Manner of Payment. The purchase price for the Premises
shall be Four Thousand Eight Hundred Seventy-Five and no/100 Dollars ($4,875), payable in
cash, money order, bank certified check at the closing.

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

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

        5.      Covenant to Construct Improvements and Use. Buyer acknowledges that, as
part of the consideration inuring to the City, Buyer covenants and agrees to construct on the
premises two (2) single-family homes, up to all codes, within twenty-four (24) months of the
closing of this transaction. The home shall be substantially completed within twenty-four (24)
months and, in the event said substantial completion has not occurred, or the restriction of this
paragraph relating to tree removal is violated, in the sole judgment of the City, the property and
all improvements then installed shall revert in title to the City, without any compensation or
credit to Buyer, and free of all liens. The covenants in this paragraph shall survive the closing
and run with the land.

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

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

        8.     Closing. The closing date of this sale shall be on or before 90 days after the
Effective Date ("Closing"). The Closing shall be conducted at Transnation Title Insurance
Company, 570 Seminole Road, Ste. 102, Muskegon, MI 49444. If necessary, the parties shall
execute an IRS closing report at the Closing.

       9.      Delivery of Deed. Seller shall execute and deliver a warranty deed to Buyer at
Closing for the Premises.

       10.     Affidavit of Title. At the Closing, Seller shall deliver to Buyer an executed
Affidavit of Title.

        11.    Date of Possession. Possession of Premises is to be delivered to Buyer by Seller
on the date of Closing.
        12.     Costs. Seller shall be responsible to pay the Michigan transfer tax, if any, in the
amount required by law. In addition, Seller shall be responsible to pay for the recording of any
instrument that must be recorded to clear title to the Premises, to the extent required by this
Agreement. Buyer shall pay for the cost of recording the deed to be delivered at Closing as well
as half of the closing costs.

       13.     General Provisions.

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

              h.      Modification of the Agreement. This Agreement shall not be amended
       except by a writing signed by Seller and Buyer.
        The parties have executed this Real Estate Purchase Agreement on the date written below
their names, to be effective as of the day and year first above written.


WITNESSES:                                    SELLER: CITY OF MUSKEGON


_______________________________               By_____________________________________
                                              Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor
                                              Date: __________________


_______________________________               _______________________________________
                                              Ann Marie Meisch, MMC, Clerk
                                              Date: __________________


                                              BUYER: James Williams


________________________________              _____________________________________
                                              Name: ______________________
                                              Title: _______________________
                                              EIN#:_____________________
                                              Date: __________________
________________________________
                           ATTACHMENT A

CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL PLAT NO 3 LOTS 600 & 601.
                            Agenda Item Review Form
                             Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date:                                      Title: Approve the re-assignment of Building
November 23, 2021                                             Contract for 769 Catawba Avenue

Submitted By: Oneata Bailey                                   Department: CNS

Brief Summary: To re-award the Building Contract for the rehabilitation of 769 Catawba Ave. to Custom Exteriors, LLC-
Mike Murphy, for the City of Muskegon’s Homebuyers Program. (pictures)


Detailed Summary:
The Commission recently approved the rehabilitation contract of 769 Catawba Avenue to Nassau
Construction LLC after the lowest bidder was unable to continue. Since that time the Lead Abatement work
is near completion at and ready for the rehabilitation process. I am requesting that the Rehabilitation
Contract be re-awarded to the original contractor, Mike Murphy of Custom Exteriors, LLC.
    1. Nassau Construction LLC is an abatement contractor for our LEAD Safe Muskegon Program with 3
       current lead units to complete;
    2. Custom Builders, LLC is requesting to fulfill its original obligation and ready to start;
    3. Due to post-pandemic circumstances, CNS supports the re-assignment of this award to Custom
       Exteriors, LLC.


Rehabilitation Contractor for 769 Catawba Ave.
Mike Murphy, Custom Exteriors, LLC
1541 Brooks Road
Muskegon, MI 49442
Local Building Contractor new construction/rehab since 2010


Amount Requested: $89,264.00                                      Amount Budgeted: $110,000

Fund(s) or Account(s): HOME Program                               Fund(s) or Account(s): HOME 2020


Recommended Motion: To award Custom Exteriors LLC the rehabilitation contract in the amount
of $ 89,264.00, for the Community and Neighborhood Services Office Homebuyers Program.

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                        Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: 11/23/21                        Title: 880 First Street Development and
                                                         Purchase Agreement

Submitted By: Jake Eckholm                               Department: Development Services

Brief Summary: The team has been working with the developer at 880 First Street LLC to negotiate
mutually favorable terms on a purchase and development agreement that will stipulate schedule of
development and pricing for the city owned property and future expansion onto the City owned
parking lot. The final draft attached is mutually agreed upon by staff and the developer.

Detailed Summary: The structure of this development agreement has taken some time to negotiate
due to an existing parking lease agreement with Parkland Properties that obligates the city to
certain conditions it must maintain in the City owned lot behind the development site. The long
term phasing for this development, as described in previous presentations to the commission,
includes a multistory parking deck on that lot with liner apartments along Clay street. This is set to
come after the renovation of and addition to the existing tower, but the parking structure would
have to come along with the tower due to the lack of our ability to dedicate spaces in the existing
parking lot. Due to the parking agreement and our obligations, there was a possibility that we
would have to participate in a floor of that parking structure, at a cost of roughly a million dollars to
the City.
This was not favorable to us or the developer, so we in Development Services have been working
on a concept to reorient parking on-street and introduce a permit system that would allow
dedicated parking for permit holders in the phase 1 tower. Attached in the packet, we have
included a graphic that illustrates our ability to reorient the parking on this block that will provide
additional spaces without impacting the lot, thereby allowing the parking structure to remain in
phase 2 as intended and removing any need for the city to participate in a floor of the deck to meet
our parking lease obligations.


The proposed payment for the site is $400,000, and the Developer would buy out our eligible
activities for a Brownfield TIF that we have already expended, such as the partial demolition and
asbestos removal. They would then be able to add these to their Brownfield TIF plan amendment,
but we get paid up front as opposed to sharing in the TIF to be repaid. Please note as a condition
of closing, we are to enter into a separate parking agreement for the street parking, and to develop
a permit parking ordinance.

Amount Requested: NA                                   Amount Budgeted: NA

Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A                             Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A
Recommended Motion: Motion to accept the development agreement as presented, and authorize
the mayor and clerk to sign.



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Commission Action:
Building Breakdown Estimates:                                                                       OPTION B - Phase 1
 10 Story Building
 49 Apartment Units                                                                   9 Story Multifamily with
 50% Open Air Seasonal Amenity
   & 50% Enclosed Restaurant
                                                                                   10th Floor Open Air Seasonal
 1st Floor Amenities and                                                        Amenity & Enclosed Restaurant
  Supportive Resident Space:
  Game Room, Conference/Zoom
  Rooms, Mail/Package Area, etc.                10                           50% Open Air Seasonal Amenity / 50% Enclosed Restaurant
 Residents Underground: Storage,
  Bike Repair, Dog Wash Station,                9
  Dog Run, etc.                                                              Executive Apartments
                                                8
 15 Subterranean Parking Spaces
                                                7
                                                                             Market Rate Apartments
                                                6

                                                5

                                                4
                                                                             Market Rate Apartments
                                                3
 Roof Top (2nd Floor) Amenities 50% of Area
                                                2
                                                                             Amenities / Supportive Space to Multifamily (Game Room,
 1 Amenities                                    1
                                                                             Conference/Zoom Rooms, Mail/Package Area, etc.)

                                                B                            Storage (kayaks, bikes, seasonal goods, etc.), Bike
 B Parking                                                                   Repair, Dog Wash Station, Dog Run, etc.


                                              Amenities Transition Outdoor Seating (i.e. Garden Feature-Water/Fire, etc.)
     View from NW                             Ramp Down to Underground Parking                                                         1
Building Breakdown Estimates:                                                                                  OPTION C - Phase 1
 44 Apartment Units
 50% Open Air Seasonal Amenity & 50% Enclosed                                               5 Story Multifamily Expansion
  Restaurant
 2,100 SF Commercial                                                                                                  with
 1st Floor Amenities and Supportive Resident Space: Game                                       6th Floor Open Air Seasonal
  Room, Conference/Zoom Rooms, Mail/Package Area, etc.
 Residents Underground: Storage, Bike Repair, Dog Wash                                     Amenity & Enclosed Restaurant
  Station, Dog Run, etc.
 15 Subterranean Parking Spaces




                                                            6                          50% Open Air Seasonal Amenity / 50% Enclosed Restaurant

                                                            5                           Executive Apartments

Roof Top (2nd                                               4
Floor)
Amenities                                                   3                           Market Rate Apartments
50% of Area
                                                            2

                                                            1                           Amenities / Supportive Space to Multifamily (Game Room,
1 Amenities                                                                             Conference/Zoom Rooms, Mail/Package Area, etc.)

                                                            B                           Storage (kayaks, bikes, seasonal goods, etc.), Bike
B Parking                                                                               Repair, Dog Wash Station, Dog Run, etc.


                                                            1st Floor Commercial in Expansion Building along Ramp Wall
    View from NW                                            Ramp Entrance to Underground Parking                                                  2
                    PURCHASE AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT

         THIS PURCHASE AND DEVELOPMENT AGREEMENT (“Agreement”), made and
entered into this ____ day of ____, 2021 by and between 880 First Street, LLC, a Michigan limited
liability company, whose address is 75 West Apple Avenue, Muskegon, Michigan 49440
(“Purchaser”), and the City of Muskegon, whose address is 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon,
Michigan 49440 (“City”).

                                            RECITALS:

       A.      In consideration of the Purchase Price and other covenants set forth in this
Agreement, Purchaser desires to purchase from City and City desires to sell and convey to
Purchaser the property legally described on Exhibit A which is situated in the City of Muskegon,
Muskegon County, Michigan, together with any and all rights, privileges, easements, strips, gores,
overlaps and other appurtenances thereto and all improvements, structures and fixtures situated
thereon (collectively, the “Property”).

       B.     City and Purchaser desire to establish the terms, covenants and conditions upon
which City will sell and Purchaser will purchase the Property and by Purchaser will develop the
Property. Purchaser intends to develop the Property as a mixed-use commercial and residential
apartment project(“Project”).

        NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and agreements contained
in this Agreement and of the benefits to be derived herefrom, receipt of which is severally
acknowledged, City and Purchaser hereby agree as follows:

        1.     Offer and Acceptance. Purchaser offers and agrees to purchase the Property for the
Purchase Price and upon the other terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement (the
“Transaction”). City hereby accepts the offer of Purchaser. Such offer and acceptance are subject
to and in accordance with the terms and conditions set forth below.

       2.      Purchase Price.

                The purchase price for the Property is $400,000 which will be paid to the City as
reimbursement for eligible Brownfield activities previously paid for by the City. The City will
provide the Purchaser with documentation supporting the eligible Brownfield activities previously
paid for by the City.

       3.      Evidence of Title; Survey.

             (a)    Purchaser will order a survey of the Property (“Survey”) and order a title
insurance commitment through a title company (“Title Company”) (“Title Commitment”).

               (b)     Within thirty (30) days after delivery of the Title Commitment and Survey,
Purchaser shall notify City of any objection to City’s title to the Property, including any matters
disclosed by the Survey. All matters of title or survey disclosed by the Title Commitment and/or
by the Survey to which objection is not made in such notice shall be deemed “Permitted

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Exceptions” and the Conveyancing Documents and the title policy may be subject to or take
exception to them. City shall have thirty (30) days from the date it is notified in writing of the
particular defects claimed either (i) to obtain an amendment to or deletion from the Title
Commitment or Survey, as the case may be, of the defect or defects to which objection is timely
made or (ii) to obtain specific title insurance against any loss or damage to Purchaser which may
arise from the defect or defects to which objection is timely made. In the event City is unable or
unwilling to do so, then within fifteen (15) days (i) Purchaser may elect to waive such defect and
include it in the Permitted Exceptions, or (ii) Purchaser may terminate this Agreement by written
notice to the City, in which event the parties shall have no further obligations to each other
hereunder, except for any indemnification obligation arising under paragraph 7(a). If Purchaser
makes no election, then Purchaser shall be deemed to have waived such defect(s) and include
it(them) in the Permitted Exceptions and proceed to Closing.

       4.      Possession. Possession of the Property shall be delivered to Purchaser on the
Closing Date free and clear of all tenancies, occupancies and rights of possession.

       5.      Representations of City. City has all the necessary power to execute, deliver and
perform this agreement.

               (a)   The City has taken all requisite action necessary to authorize the execution,
delivery and performance by City of this Agreement.

                (b)    This Agreement constitutes the legal, valid and binding obligation of City,
enforceable against City in accordance with its terms. City’s execution and delivery of this
Agreement and performance of the obligations hereunder will not violate any agreement to which
City is a party or by which City or its property is bound.

               (c)     There is no pending or, to City’s knowledge, threatened or contemplated
condemnation or similar proceedings affecting or relating to all or a portion of the Property or to
any current ingress to or egress from the Property.

              (d)    City has not received notice of, nor does City have any knowledge of, any
proposed assessments against all or any portion of the Property.

               (e)      To City’s knowledge, no person has a lien or a right to a lien against the
Property for work and materials furnished to the Property, and there are no mortgages, judgment
liens, pending suits, security interests, tax liens or other encumbrances of any nature affecting the
Property except for a Parking Lot Lease Agreement entered into between the City and Parkland
Muskegon, Inc dated March 23, 2017 (“Parkland Lease”).

               (f)    To City’s knowledge, there are no pending or threatened litigation,
administrative proceedings or arbitration proceedings against or affecting all or any portion of the
Property.

               (g)   To City’s knowledge, there are no material encroachments of buildings,
structures or improvements, located on the Property onto adjoining property, nor any material
encroachments of buildings, structures or improvements located on adjoining property onto the
Property.

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       As used herein, “City’s knowledge” means the conscious awareness of facts or other
information, without any investigation or inquiry of any kind, of any director or staff member of
City who has actively participated in negotiating this Agreement.

       The foregoing representations shall be continuing and shall be true and correct as of the
Closing Date, and all such representations shall survive the Closing for a period of one (1) year
(the “Survival Period”).

      6.      Representations of Purchaser. Purchaser represents to City, as of the date of this
Agreement, as follows:

                 (a)    Purchaser is a limited liability company duly organized, validly existing and
in good standing under the laws of the State of Michigan and has all the necessary company power
to enter into this Agreement and to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby without the
joinder or consent of any other person or entity. Purchaser has taken all requisite action necessary
to authorize the execution, delivery and performance by Purchaser of this Agreement.

               (b)    This Agreement constitutes the legal, valid and binding obligation of
Purchaser, enforceable against Purchaser in accordance with its terms. Purchaser’s execution and
delivery of this Agreement and performance of its obligations hereunder will not violate any
agreement to which it is a party or by which it is bound.

              (c)     There is no litigation pending, or to Purchaser’s knowledge threatened, to
prevent Purchaser from entering into this Agreement and purchasing the Property.

       The foregoing representations shall be continuing and shall be true and correct as of the
Closing Date, and all such representations shall survive the Closing for the Survival Period.

       7.      Inspection and Investigation by Purchaser.

               (a)     Purchaser shall have a twelve month inspection period (“Inspection
Period”) commencing on the date of execution of this Agreement to perform its due diligence
relating to the Purchaser’s plan for development of the Property, including determining the
condition of the Property, obtaining construction and end-term financing, satisfaction of the
Purchaser’s Closing Conditions, and such other action as the Purchaser deems necessary in order
to Close. Provided Purchaser has diligently pursued its investigation during the first 12 months of
the Inspection Period, as reasonably determined by City, and provides City with a detailed of its
investigation, Purchaser may extend this Inspection Period for an additional nine months by
providing written notice to the City.

               (b)      If Purchaser is not satisfied with the condition of the Property or for any
other reason relating to the development of the Property, Purchaser may terminate this Agreement
by written notice to City at any time prior to the expiration of the Inspection Period, in which case
the parties shall have no further obligations or liabilities hereunder other than those which
expressly survive the termination of this Agreement. Purchaser shall restore any damage to the
Property occasioned by Purchaser’s Inspection in accordance with the Site Access Agreement
executed between the Purchaser and the City dated August 15th, 2020.


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       8.       Parking. During the Investigation Period the City and Purchaser will enter into a
parking agreement (“Parking Agreement”) to provide that the City will create up to 92 on street,
permit-parking only spots as depicted on Exhibit B (“On Street Parking”), which may include an
additional six (6) non-shared parking spots within the Clay Lot, and 33 Clay Lot shared parking
spaces as described and depicted as numbers 216 and 208 on Exhibit C (“Clay Lot Parking”).

               (a)    On Street Parking. The Parking Agreement will include but not limited to
the following provisions:

                      (i).    The term of the Parking Agreement will run for a period of ninety-
five (95) years from Closing.

                      (ii).   The City will construct reserved signs adjacent to the On Street
Parking and the City will enforce the permit-parking restricted use of the On Street Parking by the
issuance of parking violation tickets. The Parking Permits will not entitle the bearer to a specific
parking space and will be issued at no additional cost to authorized users of the Parking Permits if
the Parking Permits are issued in accordance with the Parking Agreement.

                        (iii) The City will sell Purchaser Parking Permits in a number equaling
the number of residential apartments leased in the Project less the number of underground parking
spaces in the Project. Upon an apartment becoming vacant, Purchaser will return a Parking Permit
to the City. City may sell any excess parking permits to anyone at a price determined by City, in
its sole discretion.

                       (iv)    In the event the On Street Parking spaces become taxable to the City,
the Purchaser shall pay the City a pro rata share of such taxes based on the ratio of Parking Permits
issued to Purchaser to the total number of designated On Street Parking spaces.

                      (v).   The Purchaser can assign the On Street parking for the use of the
residents, employees, and guests of the Project subject to reasonable rules and regulations.

                       (vi)    The City will maintain the On Street Parking in the same manner it
maintains other streets within the City limits, including snow removal.

                     (vii)     The Purchaser will pay a fee of one dollar per year during the term
of the Parking Agreement.

                        (viii) Both the City and Purchaser will name each other as additional
insureds in their insurance coverage, applicable to the On Street Parking.

                      (ix)    CityThe Purchaser’s rights to Parking Permits will terminate upon
the multistory parking structure described in paragraph 8(c)(i) below becoming fully operational.

              (b)     Clay Lot Parking. The City and Purchaser will enter into an agreement
containing terms similar to the Parking Agreement that will include but not be limited to, the
following provisions (“Clay Lot Agreement”):



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                        (i)    The Clay Lot Agreement will provide for the non-exclusive use of
the thirty-three (33) parking spots and, in the event there are more than eighty (80) parking spots
within the Clay Lot then the Purchaser will be entitled to up to six additional parking spots for the
exclusive use of the Purchaser.

                     (ii)    The term of the Clay Lot Agreement shall run for a period of ninety-
five (95) years commencing from the date of Closing.

                       (iii)   Purchaser will pay one dollar per year for rent during the term of the
City Lot Agreement.

                        (iv)    The Purchaser will pay for the City’s proportion of the maintenance,
repair and alterations as set forth in the Parkland Agreement.

                       (v)    The Purchaser and City shall name each other as additional insureds
on their insurance policy covering the Clay Lot Parking.

               (c)     Option to Purchase. The City hereby grants the Purchaser an Option to
Purchase the property set forth in the legal description in Exhibit C (“Clay Lot”) for a purchase in
accordance with terms to be set forth between the City and Purchaser for development of a
multistory parking structure for dedicated property for the Purchaser’s development of the Project.

                     (i)    The term of the Option to Purchase will commence upon the Closing
on the purchase of the Property by Purchaser and run for a period of ninety-five (95) years
commencing at the date of Closing.

                       (ii)   Upon closing on the purchase of the Clay Lot, will assume the City’s
obligations under the Parkland Lease.

                        (iii) Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that the title to the Clay Lot is
subject to a right of first refusal as set forth in the Parkland Lease and that the exercise of the
Option would trigger Parkland Muskegon, Inc.’s or its permitted successors or assigns right of first
refusal. Therefore, Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that City cannot and does not guaranty that
Purchaser will be able to purchase the Clay Lot if the Option were exercised.

                       (iv)   The City will deliver a title to the Purchaser at Closing by a quit
claim deed, subject to the Parking Lease.

                       (v)    The Option can be exercised by the Purchaser giving the City written
notice of the exercise of the Option and closing will be held within sixty (60) days thereafter.
Purchaser shall not be permitted to assign the Option other than to a future owner of the Property.

                         (vi)    Upon exercise of the Option, Purchaser may order a survey of the
Clay Lot (“Clay Survey”) and shall order a title insurance commitment through a title company
(“Title Company”) (“Clay Title Commitment”). Within thirty (30) days after delivery of the Clay
Title Commitment and Clay Survey, of ordered, Purchaser shall notify City of any objection to
City’s title to the Clay Lot, including any matters disclosed by the Clay Survey. All matters of title
or survey disclosed by the Clay Title Commitment and/or by the Clay Survey to which objection

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is not made in such notice shall be deemed “Permitted Exceptions” and the Conveyancing
Documents and the title policy may be subject to or take exception to them. City shall have thirty
(30) days from the date it is notified in writing of the particular defects claimed either (i) to obtain
an amendment to or deletion from the Clay Title Commitment or Clay Survey, as the case may be,
of the defect or defects to which objection is timely made or (ii) to obtain specific title insurance
against any loss or damage to Purchaser which may arise from the defect or defects to which
objection is timely made. In the event City is unable or unwilling to do so, then within fifteen (15)
days (i) Purchaser may elect to waive such defect and include it in the Permitted Exceptions, or
(ii) Purchaser may terminate this agreement to purchase the Clay Lot by written notice to the City,
in which event the parties shall have no further obligations to each other hereunder, except for any
indemnification obligation arising under paragraph 7(a). If Purchaser makes no election, then
Purchaser shall be deemed to have waived such defect(s) and include it(them) in the Permitted
Exceptions and proceed to Closing.

                     (vii) At Closing City will execute a quit claim deed transferring
ownership to the Purchaser, and Purchaser shall execute an assumption of the City’s obligation
under the Parkland Lease.

         (d)     Right of First Refusal. City hereby grants the Purchaser a Right of First Refusal
to purchase the Clay Lot (“Right of First Refusal”), according to the terms and conditions as set
forth by any third-party purchaser. In the event that there is a third-party purchaser offering to
purchase the Clay Lot, then City will deliver a copy of the offer to the Purchaser and Purchaser
will have thirty (30) days to exercise its Right of First Refusal to purchase the Clay Lot upon the
same terms and conditions as offered. In the event the Purchaser exercises its Right of First
Refusal, then Closing will occur within thirty (30) days of the date of exercise. Notwithstanding
the foregoing, Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that the title to the Clay Lot is subject to a right
of first refusal as set forth in the Parkland Lease and that the exercise of the Right of First Refusal
may trigger Parkland Muskegon, Inc.’s or its permitted successors or assigns right of first refusal.
Therefore, Purchaser acknowledges and agrees that City cannot and does not guaranty that
Purchaser will be able to purchase the Clay Lot if the Right of First Refusal were exercised.

        (e)     Alternative Parking. The City will enter negotiations with the Purchaser for
alternative parking if the Purchaser’s financing is negatively affected by parking not being onsite.

        9.      Conveyancing Documents. The following Conveyancing Documents shall be
delivered at the Closing:

            (a)    A quit claim deed specifying that it is exempt from transfer tax pursuant to
MCL 207.505(h) and MCL 207.526(h) (“Deed”.)

                (b)    An Owner’s Affidavit executed by City without warranty or indemnity, but
otherwise in the form required by the Title Company in order to remove standard exceptions from
the Title Policy.
               (c)     A Certificate of City to the effect that all of City’s representations contained
in paragraph 5 are true and correct as of the Closing Date, or stating the extent, if any, that any of
such representations are not then true and correct.


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                 (d)    A Certificate of Purchaser to the effect that all of Purchaser’s
representations contained in paragraph 6 are true and correct as of the Closing Date, or stating the
extent, if any, that any of such representations are not then true and correct.
               (e)    Certified resolutions of the City and of the Purchaser authorized in the
execution, delivery and performance of this Agreement.
               (f)     All documents reasonably required by the Title Company to issue the Title
Policy.

               (g)     Closing Statement.

        10.     City’s Closing Conditions. The obligation of City to proceed to consummate the
Transaction shall be conditioned upon satisfaction of each of the following conditions precedent
on or prior to the Closing Date:
                (a)      Purchaser shall have provided to City its written certification that all of
Purchaser’s representations contained in paragraph 6 are true and correct as of the Closing Date,
or stating the extent, if any, that any of such representations are not then true and correct.
               (b)    No event of default and no event that with the giving of notice or the passage
of time (or both) may become an event of default shall have occurred and remains uncured.

       11.     Purchaser’s Closing Conditions. The obligation of Purchaser to proceed to
consummate the Transaction shall be conditioned upon satisfaction of each of the following
conditions precedent on or prior to the Closing:
               (a)    The Title Company shall stand ready to issue the Title Policy without
standard exceptions and subject only to the Permitted Exceptions or such other matters as shall be
acceptable to Purchaser.
                (b)      City shall have provided to Purchaser its written certification that all of
City’s representations contained in paragraph 5 are true and correct as of the Closing Date, or
stating the extent, if any, that any of such representations are not then true and correct.
               (c)     The City shall have approved the site plan for the Property.

              (d)     The City, and if necessary, the State, shall support and approve of one or
more property tax abatements(s) in accordance with the specific tax abatements requirements that
may be necessary to support the Purchaser’s project.

              (e)    The City shall support and adopt a Brownfield Plan and the State shall
support and approve an Act 381 Work Plan as required under the Brownfield Redevelopment
Financing Act, PA 381 of 1996, as amended.

               (f)    The City will support the Purchaser’s application for a Michigan
Community Revitalization Program Grant and/or Loan, as authorized by Michigan Public Act 270
of 1984, the Michigan Strategic Fund Act, Chapter 8C, from the Michigan Strategic Fund, if
needed to finance any part of the Purchaser’s project.


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               (g)     The City has adopted an the Ordinance (defined in paragraph 12(g)).

      12.    Obligations of City Prior to Closing. During the period between the date of this
Agreement and the Closing Date, City shall:
              (a)    Maintain the Property in substantially the same condition as on the date of
this Agreement, wear and tear, insured casualties and damage by the elements excepted.
               (b)      Pay all costs and expenses and discharge all liabilities, obligations and
claims arising out of its ownership of the Property.
                (c)    Not enter into any agreement affecting use or occupancy of all or a material
portion of the Property without Purchaser’s prior written consent, which will not be unreasonably
withheld, conditioned or delayed, so long as it may be terminated prior to the Closing.
               (d)    Not create, grant or accept any option to purchase, right of first refusal,
installment sale agreement or other agreement for the sale of all or any portion of the Property
without Purchaser’s prior written consent.
              (e)    Not create or suffer any right, claim, lien or encumbrance of any kind other
than the Permitted Exceptions on any portion of the Property, other than the Tenant’s interest in
the Leased Premises or easement rights.
                (f)     Furnish to Purchaser within ten (10) days after receipt by City any and all
notices of proposed assessments and notices of any proposed action under or violation of any law,
statute, ordinance, rule or regulation affecting the Property.
               (g)     The City will endeavor to adopt an ordinance that will enable the City to
establish a permit parking area that will include up to 92 On Street Parking spaces and provide that
the City may issue parking permits (“Parking Permits”) permitting parking in the On Street Parking
Spaces (“Ordinance”). The Ordinance shall provide in part that: (a) the City may limit the number
of On Street Parking spaces, and (b) the City may sell Parking Permits.

       13.     Loss by Fire, Other Casualty or Condemnation.
                (a)    In the event that prior to the Closing any portion of the Property suffers
material damage, Purchaser shall have the right, exercisable by giving notice to City within fifteen
(15) days after receiving written notice of such damage or destruction, either (i) to terminate this
Agreement, or (ii) to accept the Property in its then condition and to proceed with the Closing. At
the Closing, City will assign to Purchaser whatever rights it has in property insurance claims, if
any, in respect of damage to the Leased Premises.
                (b)    In the event that prior to Closing there is any non-material damage to any
portion of the Property, Purchaser shall accept the Property in its then condition and proceed with
the Closing.
               (c)     In the event that prior to the Closing all or any material portion of the
Property is subject to a taking by public authority, Purchaser shall have the right, exercisable by
giving notice to City within fifteen (15) days after receiving notice of such taking, either (i) to
terminate this Agreement, or (ii) to accept the Property in its then condition, without a reduction

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in the Purchase Price, and to receive an assignment of all of City’s rights to any condemnation
award payable by reason of such taking, including without limitation any payments in respect
thereof theretofore or thereafter received by City. If Purchaser elects to proceed under clause (ii)
above, City shall not compromise, settle or adjust any claims to such award without Purchaser’s
prior written consent.
                (d)     In the event that prior to the Closing any non-material portion of the
Property is subject to a taking, Purchaser shall accept the Property in its then condition and proceed
with the Closing and shall be entitled to an assignment of all of City’s rights to any award in
connection with such taking, including without limitation any payments in respect thereof
theretofore or thereafter received by City. In the event of any such non-material taking, City shall
not compromise, settle or adjust any claims to such award without Purchaser’s prior written
consent.
                (e)     For the purposes of this paragraph 12 damage to or the taking of a portion
of the Property shall be deemed to be material if (i) the reasonably estimated cost of restoration or
repair of the damage or the diminution of the value of the remaining Property on account of the
taking, as the case may be, shall exceed $25,000, or (ii) such damage or taking, as the case may
be, shall negatively affect Purchaser’s access to Woodward Avenue.
                (f)    City shall give Purchaser prompt notice of any material damage to or
destruction of the Property or of the institution of any proceedings for condemnation of all or any
portion of the Property.

         14.     Purchaser’s Remedies Upon Default. In the event Purchaser discovers prior to the
Closing that any representation of City contained in this Agreement is false or misleading in any
material respect, or in the event City fails to substantially perform any covenant, agreement or
obligation on its part to be kept or performed under paragraph 11 (“City’s Covenants”) and City
fails to cure such failure within thirty (30) days after receiving the notice thereof, Purchaser may
terminate this Agreement by written notice to City, in which event all obligations of the parties
hereunder shall be released and held for naught, except for any indemnification obligations arising
under paragraph 7(b), or Purchaser may elect to close the Transaction and accept such title as City
is able to convey, in which event all claims for damages arising from false or misleading
representations discovered or otherwise known to Purchaser prior to the Closing shall be waived,
but Purchaser shall be entitled to specific performance of City’s obligation to convey the Property
by quit claim deed and of its obligation to remove encumbrances (other than Permitted Exceptions)
placed on the Property by the act or omission of City after the date of this Agreement, but not
otherwise, and to seek damages for breach, if any, of City’s Covenants. In the event Purchaser
discovers after the Closing but during the Survival Period that any representation of City contained
in this Agreement was false or misleading in any material respect when made, Purchaser shall give
notice of the relevant circumstances to City within thirty (30) days after the person having principal
operational responsibility for managing Purchaser’s development of the Property shall have first
actual knowledge thereof. If City fails to make such representations effectively true as of the
Closing Date and so long as Purchaser shall file its claim in a court of competent jurisdiction within
the Survival Period, Purchaser shall be entitled to recover its actual damages suffered as a direct
consequence of any such representations being materially false when made. In no event shall City
be liable for incidental, consequential, exemplary or punitive damages. In no event shall City’s


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liability for damages exceed the Purchase Price and City shall be entitled to set off such liability,
pro tanto, against the unpaid balance thereof.

        15.      City’s Remedy upon Default. In the event City discovers prior to the Closing that
any representation of Purchaser contained in this Agreement is false or misleading in any material
respect, or that an event of default has occurred and has not been cured within thirty (30) days after
receiving notice thereof, City may elect, but shall not be obligated to, terminate this Agreement by
written notice to Purchaser, in which event all obligations of the parties hereunder shall be released
and held for naught, except for any indemnification obligations arising under paragraph 7(b).

       16.     Closing. Purchaser and City shall close the transaction within sixty (60) days after
the expiration of the Inspection Period. The Closing shall take place at the offices of the Title
Company, or at another mutually agreeable location.

        17.    Prorations. All utilities and other operating expenses (including sewer charges) of
the portions of the Property not leased to Tenant, shall be prorated to the Closing Date, and any
liens encumbering the City’s interest in the Property on the Closing Date will be discharged by
City, without proration.

        18.    Closing Costs. Each of the parties shall be responsible for its own legal fees. City
will pay the basic premium for the Title Policy and the recording fee for the Deed. Purchaser will
pay for the New Survey, for all costs incurred in connection with Purchaser’s Inspection and for
all endorsements to the Title Policy. Any other fees, or costs charged by the Title Company in
connection with the Closing shall be split equally between City and Purchaser.

       19.    Brokers. Purchaser and City each represent to the other that there has been no
involvement of any real estate broker in this Agreement or in the Transaction.

        20.     “As Is” Sale. Other than as expressly set forth herein, City has made no
representation or warranty with respect to the Property. Purchaser shall accept the Property at
Closing in its “as is, where is” condition. City assumes no liability or responsibility for the
presence of any Regulated Material on or in the Property, whether for remediation, for cost
recovery, contribution or otherwise. Purchaser acknowledges that Purchaser, having been given
the opportunity to inspect the Property, will rely solely on its own investigation of the Property
and not on any information provided or to be provided by or on behalf of City in order to determine
its condition and suitability for Purchaser’s intended use. Purchaser further acknowledges that no
independent investigation or verification has been or will be made by City with respect to any
information supplied by or on behalf of City concerning the Property, it being intended by the
parties that Purchaser shall verify the accuracy and completion of such information itself.
Purchaser acknowledges that the disclaimers, agreements and other statements set forth in this
paragraph are an integral portion of this Agreement and that City would not agree to sell the
Property to Purchaser for the Purchase Price without the disclaimers, agreements and other
statements in this paragraph.

        21.     Binding Effect; Assignment. This Agreement shall bind the parties and their
respective successors and assigns. Neither party to this Agreement may assign all or any of its
rights or obligations hereunder without the prior written consent of the other party.

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        22.     Notices. Notices shall be deemed as given upon personal delivery to Purchaser or
City, as the case may be, at its address set forth below (or to such other notice address as shall be
established by written notice provided in accordance with this paragraph 21), or upon delivery by
certified mail, postage prepaid, or by a nationally recognized overnight delivery service, sent to
such address. Notices shall be addressed as follows:

               If to Purchaser:       880 First Street, LLC
                                      1223 Turner Street, Suite 300
                                      Lansing, MI 48912
                                      Attn: Joel I. Ferguson

               and to                 880 First Street, LLC
                                      1223 Turner Street, Suite 300
                                      Lansing, MI 48912
                                      Attn: Brianna T. Scott

               and to                 Brianna T Scott
                                      75 West Apple Avenue
                                      Muskegon, MI 49440

               and to                 Reid and Reid
                                      110 W. Michigan Avenue, Suite 750
                                      Lansing, MI 48933
                                      Attn: Patrick T. Reid, Esq.

               If to City:            City of Muskegon
                                      933 Terrace St
                                      Muskegon, Michigan 49440
                                      Attn: City Manager

               and to                 Parmenter Law
                                      601 Terrace Street, Suite 200
                                      Muskegon, MI 49440
                                      Attn: City Attorney

        23.     Headings. The headings of this Agreement are for purposes of reference only and
shall not limit or define the meaning of any provisions of this Agreement.

        24.    Saturdays, Sundays and Holidays. Time is of the essence of this Agreement and
the performance of all covenants, agreements and obligations hereunder. Whenever in this
Agreement it is provided that notice must be given or an act performed or payment made on a
certain date, if such date falls on a Saturday, Sunday or holiday the date for the notice of
performance or payment shall be the next following business day.

        25.     Waiver. No waiver of any of the provisions of this Agreement shall be deemed or
shall constitute a waiver of any other provisions, whether or not similar, nor shall any waiver be a



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continuing waiver. No waiver shall be binding unless executed in writing to the party making the
waiver.

        26.     Severability. If any provision of this Agreement is held by a court of competent
jurisdiction to be invalid, void or unenforceable, the remainder of the provisions of this Agreement
shall remain in full force and effect and shall in no way be affected, impaired or invalidated.

        27.    Integration. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement and understanding
between the parties hereto relating to the sale and purchase of the Property, and it is agreed that
any change in, addition to, or amendment or modification of the terms hereof shall be of no effect
unless reduced to writing and executed by both Purchaser and City. This Agreement supersedes
all prior agreements, written or oral, between City and Purchaser relating to the subject matter
hereof.

       28.    Controlling Law. This Agreement shall be controlled, construed and enforced in
accordance with the laws of the State of Michigan, without giving effect to its conflict of laws
provisions.

        29.    Survival. This Agreement shall not be merged into the Conveyancing Documents
or any other documents delivered at the Closing. All covenants and agreements contained herein
shall survive the Closing and remain in full force and effect, including but not limited to the
obligations of Purchaser to pay the Purchase Price and to indemnify City against loss or liability
arising from Purchaser’s Inspections. The representations of the parties shall survive for a period
of one year after the Closing Date.

       30.     Benefit. The covenants, agreements and undertakings of each of the parties hereto
are made solely for the benefit of, and may be relied on only by, the other party hereto, its
successors or assigns, and are not made for the benefit of, nor may they be relied upon, by any
other person whatsoever.

        31.      Publicity. Prior to the Closing, any news or other media releases to the public by
either party of information regarding the Transaction will be provided in advance to the other party
with sufficient lead time for comment or coordination, as the case may be.

       32.     Amendment. No amendment or modification to or of this Agreement should be
binding upon any Party hereto, until such amendment or modification is reduced to writing and
executed by all Parties hereto.

       33.      Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall
be an original and all of which shall constitute the same instrument.

         34.    Force Majeure. No Party hereto shall be liable for the failure to reform its
obligations hereunder, if such failure is due to unforeseeable events beyond the Parties reasonable
control and without such Parties fault or negligence, including, but not limited to, acts of god, fire,
flood, epidemics, pandemics, quarantine restrictions, or governmental rules or restrictions. Said
failure to perform shall be excused only for the period during in which the event given rise to sub
failure to perform exists.


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        35.     Joint Drafting. This Agreement should be construed as being jointly drafted by all
the Parties hereto.

      36.     Electronic Copy. An electronic copy of the signature to this Agreement will be
deemed to be the same as the original.




        IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the City and Purchaser have executed this Agreement,
effective as of the day and year first above written.



                                                    CITY:
                                                    City of Muskegon


                                                    _________________________
                                                    By:
                                                    Title:
                                                    Date:




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     PURCHASER:
     880 First Street, LLC


     ____________________________
     By:    Brianna T Scott
     Title: Member
     Date:


     ____________________________
     By:    Joel I. Ferguson
     Title: Member
     Date:




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                         EXHIBIT A

Legal Description The Legal Description to be inserted after the surveys are
completed. The Property consists of the following City of Muskegon parcel
number: 24-205-310-0012-00.




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EXHIBIT B




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                           EXHIBIT C

Legal Description The Legal Description for the Clay Lot Parking will be inserted
after the surveys are completed. The Property consists of the following City of
Muskegon parcel numbers: 24-205-310-0016-00 and 24-34-000-0004-00.

Depiction A depiction of the Clay Lot Parking is attached as part of Exhibit C.




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                        Agenda Item Review Form
                         Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021                  Title: Project Capital Contributions


Submitted By: Frank Peterson                                Department: City Manager


Brief Summary: Three ongoing transformational community projects have requested city financial
commitments. Each of these projects have received substantial community support in addition to the
support requested from the City. Staff is recommending that the city make financial commitments to the
capital campaigns of the Boys and Girls Club, the Community Foundation for Muskegon County, and
The Muskegon Museum of Art.

Detailed Summary. The Boys and Girls Club (BGC) campaign will raise funds to convert the former
YMCA and MCC Fitness Center into a year-round club. This renovated waterfront facility and ed
programming will provide for a larger physical activity space accessible to all City’s youth. They have
raised $5.6 Million of their $7.5 Million budget. To assist in significantly narrowing the remaining financial
gap, staff is recommending that $1 Million be committed to the Club for this transformational campaign.
https://bgclubmuskegon.com/clubhouse


The Muskegon Museum of Art is undergoing a capital campaign to expand the museum to include a new
grand hall, two new galleries and more community space. Staff is recommending that $1 Million be
committed to the Museum for this campaign. They have raised $9.85 Million in community support. Our
$1 Million contribution will nearly complete the $11.5 Million project. More information is available here:
https://muskegonartmuseum.org/shaping-the-future/
The Community Foundation for Muskegon County is undergoing a capital campaign to renovate the
Frauenthal Center. The City has already committed funds to install heated sidewalks around the facility.
Staff is recommending a total of $1 Million be committed to the Foundation, including funds already
allocated to the heated sidewalk project. The Community Foundation has raised $4.8 Million of the total
$6.1 Million budget.
Based on our current interpretation of the interim final rule, all three projects qualify for assistance from
the City’s ARPA allotment. Additionally, the expenses will be held until July 1, 2022 to allow for further
guidance and for the city to complete collections of the second phase of ARPA and explore future funding
opportunities from the State and Federal levels that could fund one or more of these commitments. The
contributions are payable only if the ARPA funds can be utilized for the stated purpose.

Amount Requested: $3 Million                              Amount Budgeted: $0


Fund(s) or Account(s): 482: State Grants                  Fund(s) or Account(s): N/A


Recommended Motion: Approve the capital commitments as described, and direct staff to budget the
expenses from Fund 482 during FY 2022-23. The contributions are payable only if the ARPA funds can
be utilized for the stated purpose.
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021             Title: Environmental Work – Former
                                                       Farmers Market Site

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                           Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: Staff is seeking approval to hire Envirologic to provide environmental assessment
and planning services at the former farmers markets site.

Detailed Summary. This site was originally included in a city pilot program to build a mix of housing
types to attract residents at various income levels. The original plan called for 53+ rental units –
some single-family structures and some multi-family structures. In an effort to meet the community’s
goal of focusing on single family houses in lieu of duplexes and multiplexes, the proposed program
has been scaled back to include a total of 21 single family houses and no duplexes or multiplexes.
In January 2021, the City Commission authorized Soils and Structures to complete a soil assessment
to determine the buildability of the site. That report is attached. The next step is to complete the
environmental assessment. Envirologic is the City’s preferred contractor, as they have completed
significant work on this site as part of the original FARM proposal. This work will be qualified for
reimbursement in the scattered site brownfield program.



Amount Requested: $22,000.00                         Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion: Approve the expense of $22,000 to complete environmental assessment
services at the former farmers market site.
December 18, 2020


Mr. Michael West, AICP
Land Planning Project Manager
Allen Edwin Homes
795 Clyde Court SW
Byron Center, Michigan 49315

Re: Proposal for Completion of Environmental Services, Former Farmers Market Site,
    Muskegon, Michigan

Dear Mr. West:

Thank you for providing Envirologic Technologies, Inc. (Envirologic) this opportunity to be of
service. We are pleased to provide the following proposal for environmental services at the
above-referenced property.

COMPANY EXPERIENCE
Envirologic is a full-service environmental consulting firm located in Kalamazoo, Michigan.
Envirologic has an experienced professional staff of hydrogeologists, geologists, and
compliance personnel with extensive experience performing environmental assessments and
site investigations in Michigan, as well as across the United States.

PROJECT STRATEGY
Services proposed are intended to provide two outcomes. Firstly, we are proposing a Phase I
Environmental Site Assessment and Baseline Environmental Assessment to provide Allen
Edwin with protection from cleanup liability. Secondly, we propose services to identify specific
activities and costs that would be needed to develop the site as intended. These proposed
services include supplemental investigation of the site, preparation of detailed
recommendations which could include excess soil management, vapor barriers, surface soil
caps, and other features that allow for a safe residential setting. In preparation of these
recommendations, we will include cost estimates for implementation that allow Allen Edwin
to effectively present and defend these costs to the City of Muskegon.

SCOPE OF SERVICES
Phase I ESA
The Phase I ESA will be completed in accordance with the American Society for Testing &
Materials (ASTM) Standard Practice methodology (Standard E 1527-13) and the U.S. EPA rules
for All Appropriate Inquiry. Other non-CERCLA issues such as asbestos, vapor intrusion,
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December 18, 2020
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wetlands, mold, and lead-based paint, which are not typical elements required by the ASTM
Standard, are not considered part of this Phase I ESA proposal. Additional investigation of
these issues is available upon request.

The Phase I ESA will consist of an administrative review and visual inspection of the site. The
administrative review will include:

   ▪   A review of site ownership and use history
   ▪   A review of publicly available file information
   ▪   A review of historical information sources regarding the site
   ▪   An environmental evaluation of nearby properties
   ▪   Site inspection of the property

Upon completion of the aforementioned services, the data collected from the Phase I ESA will
be compiled into a project report. At that time, recommendations for further action, if
appropriate, will be presented. The report will include a detailed computer-generated map
depicting site features. The report will be delivered digitally. Copies of the report in other
formats are available upon request.

Baseline Environmental Assessment
Envirologic will prepare a Baseline Environmental Assessment (BEA) for the property and
include any entities with ownership or operator status. We will prepare any required forms
including the submittal form for your signature. Upon receipt of the signed submittal form, we
will submit the BEA to the State as required on your behalf.

Supplemental Investigation and Site Development Recommendations
We believe additional data regarding site conditions is needed. Existing data is old, and some
of the data is for portions of the former farmers market that will not be occupied by housing.
Primary concerns are verifying the absence of volatile organic contaminants and thoroughly
understanding what surface soil conditions will remain after development. We will work with
your development team to understand exactly how soils will be managed on site during
construction. Based on those discussions, Envirologic will determine the specific areas and
depths at which additional soil sampling should be completed. At this time, we project a
single day of site investigation. We project the collection of multiple soil samples within the
upper 4 feet of soil. These samples would be analyzed for metals and polynuclear aromatic
hydrocarbons. We will field screen soil samples using a photoionization detector for the
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December 18, 2020
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presence of volatile organic compounds. Only those samples with evidence of possible volatile
organic compounds will be submitted for laboratory analysis of those compounds.

Upon receipt of the data, we will create tables comparing contaminant levels to relevant
cleanup criteria. This evaluation will allow us to determine if specific engineering controls
such as vapor barriers or soil covering is needed to protect future residents. If such controls
are needed, we will provide detailed specifications and rationale for the controls. We will
work with the construction team, architects, contractors, and vendors to prepare reliable cost
estimates for the coordinated and effective implementation of these measures. Ultimately,
Envirologic will prepare a Document of Due Care—preferably documenting the
implementation of such controls after they are completed.

ESTIMATED COSTS
Envirologic proposes to perform the services described in the Scope of Services on a time and
materials basis.

Phase I Environmental Site Assessment
   Professional Staff and Expenses.................................................................................. $ 2,500
Baseline Environmental Assessment
   Professional Staff and Expenses.................................................................................. $ 2,500
Supplemental Investigation, Recommendations, and Cost Estimates
   Field Staff .................................................................................................................... $ 2,000
   Geoprobe Services ...................................................................................................... $ 3,000
   Materials and Equipment............................................................................................ $ 400
   Laboratory Services (up to 20 samples) ...................................................................... $ 4,100
   Data Evaluation and Site Investigation Report............................................................ $ 2,500
   Meeting with Development Team, Cost Estimating, Documentation ........................ $ 3,000
   Due Care Documentation............................................................................................ $ 2,000
TOTAL ESTIMATED PROJECT COSTS ........................................................................... $ 22,000

COMPLETION SCHEDULE
Envirologic will work to meet your requirements for timing. At this time, we project the
following preliminary schedule. The Phase I ESA and BEA should be completed prior to
acquisition of the site. These services require three weeks to complete. The Supplemental
investigation, recommendations, and cost estimates will require 45-60 days to complete.
Mr. Michael West, AICP
December 18, 2020
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If you desire to have Envirologic conduct the aforementioned services, please sign and date
one copy of the authorization page and return it to our office. A signed copy of the
authorization page will serve as our authorization to proceed. This proposal is subject to the
attached terms and conditions.

If you have any questions, comments, or require additional information, please contact our
office at (269) 342-1100.

Sincerely,

ENVIROLOGIC TECHNOLOGIES, INC.




David A. Stegink
Vice President – Manager of Redevelopment Services

DAS:sns

Attachment




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Mr. Michael West, AICP
December 18, 2020
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AUTHORIZATION
To authorize this project, please email, fax, or mail a signed copy of this signature page to our
office.


Re: Proposal for Completion of Environmental Services, Former Farmers Market Site,
    Muskegon, Michigan


Authorized Representative:


______________________________                    ______________________________
Signature                                         Date


______________________________                    ______________________________
Title                                             Purchase Order No. (if applicable)




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                                                   PROFESSIONAL SERVICES
                                                     Terms and Conditions

       The services to be rendered by Envirologic Technologies, Inc. (Envirologic) or its divisions in the attached
proposal are expressly contingent upon the Client's acceptance of these Terms and Conditions. Any additional or conflicting
Terms and Conditions of the Client are hereby expressly objected to and rejected by Envirologic.

         1.     Payment. Envirologic shall invoice Client on a monthly basis for services incurred the previous month.
Invoices are due and payable within 30 days of receipt. A service charge of 1.5 percent will be added to all outstanding
balances each month they are past due. Envirologic reserves the right, upon 30 days written notice to client, to modify the
attached Schedule of Fees. If payment of Envirologic invoices is not maintained on a 30-day current basis, Envirologic may,
upon seven (7) days written notice to Client, suspend further performance and withhold any and all data from Client until such
invoice payments are restored to a current basis without incurring any liability whatsoever to client.

        Client shall be responsible for and pay Envirologic at 1 1/2 times their prevailing rates for any time spent by its
personnel in connection with any legal proceedings arising from or relating to services provided under this Agreement,
regardless of whether Envirologic is subpoenaed to appear by Client or a third party.

        Nothing in this Agreement shall preclude Envirologic from filing a construction lien against Client's property in order to
secure the payment provided for in this Agreement.

          2.      Additional Work. Envirologic agrees to modify the work proposal as authorized in writing by the Client. Client
agrees to pay Envirologic for any increases in the cost of performing the additional work. Unless otherwise agreed to in
writing, the cost of the modifications shall be determined on a time and material basis in accordance with the attached rate
schedule.

         Costs and schedule commitments shall be subject to renegotiation for delays in performance caused by
circumstances beyond the reasonable control of Envirologic including, but not limited to: Acts of God; fire; flood; explosion;
war, action, inaction or request of governmental authority; injunction; adverse weather conditions; accident; labor trouble or
shortage; inability to obtain material, equipment, fuel or transportation. No liability shall result to either party from the delay in
performance caused by the circumstances described above except for the obligation of the Client to pay Envirologic for (i)
work performed, and (ii) additional labor, equipment and other costs associated with Envirologic's maintenance of its work
force and equipment available during the interruptions. Should any of the circumstance described above occur causing delay,
both parties shall use their best efforts to overcome the difficulties arising and to resume as soon as reasonably possible the
work under this Agreement.

        Whenever Envirologic is of the opinion that the timely completion of its responsibilities pursuant to this Agreement has
been or will be adversely affected by events which are beyond its control, it shall, as soon as practicable orally notify the Client
and within ten (10) calendar days thereafter notify the Client in writing, stating the anticipated length of the delay, the cause of
the delay, measures proposed or taken to prevent or minimize the delay, and the timetable for implementation of these
measures.

        3.      Site Security and Safety. Envirologic attempts to conduct its field activities in such a manner as to protect
themselves and others from injury. If the Client is aware of special precautions to insure safety, the Client should immediately
advise Envirologic. The Client grants to Envirologic, its agents and employees, during the term of this Agreement, reasonable
access to the subject premises for the purposes of fulfilling Envirologic's obligations under this Agreement. Envirologic shall
comply with any reasonable safety procedures delivered by the Client to Envirologic in writing.

         It is hereby further agreed and understood that while Envirologic is on the premises of the Client, Envirologic, its
employees and representatives will not unreasonably interfere with the business activities being performed by the Client on or
about the premises without the Client's permission. It is further agreed and understood that the employees and representative
of the Client will act to reasonably facilitate Envirologic's performance of its obligations under this Agreement.

          4.      Utilities. Client shall be responsible for disconnecting electrical lines, and staking utilities, both private and
public, if necessary and assume all responsibility for damage during and after execution of Envirologic's services. In no event
shall Envirologic be responsible for additional costs resulting from unknown property conditions.




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          It shall be the responsibility of Client or its duly authorized representative to disclose the presence and accurate
location of all hidden or obscure manmade objects relative to field tests or installations. If Envirologic is cautioned, advised or
given data in writing that reveal the presence or potential presence of underground or overground obstructions, Envirologic will
give special instructions to its field personnel and subcontractors, however, all additional costs caused by the existence of the
obstruction(s) shall be paid by Client on a time and material basis. As evidenced by acceptance of this proposal, the Client
agrees to indemnify and save harmless Envirologic and subcontractors from all claims, suits, losses, personal injuries, death
and property liability, resulting from unusual subsurface conditions or damages to subsurface structures, owned by the Client
or third parties, occurring in the performance of the proposed work, whose presence and exact locations were not revealed to
Envirologic in writing, and to reimburse Envirologic for expenses in connection with any such claims or suits, including
reasonable attorneys' fees.

        5.      Property Access. Client shall arrange and provide such access to the site as is necessary for Envirologic to
perform their services. Client shall be solely responsible for all aspects of site security and for obtaining any necessary
permission from any third party property owners for use of their lands.

        Client hereby agrees to indemnify, defend and hold Envirologic harmless from any damages to Client's or third party's
property, except that caused by the gross negligence of Envirologic or its agents. Client acknowledges that certain damage
may be caused by Envirologic vehicles and equipment being on site and will hold Envirologic harmless for said damages.

         6.       Performance of Services. Envirologic shall exercise due care in performing its services hereunder and shall
render them in accordance with prevailing professional standards and ethics as measured on the date hereof and in the locale
of this project in performing services for Client. If Envirologic believes that compliance with Client's requests could violate
professional standards, ethics, laws or regulations, Envirologic shall advise Client and a mutually satisfactory solution shall be
discussed. If the parties are unable to reach a satisfactory solution, either party may terminate this agreement as stated
herein.

      7.    Limitation on Warranty. ENVIROLOGIC DOES NOT GUARANTEE ANY SPECIFIC RESULTS FROM
SAMPLING OR ANALYTICAL ACTIVITIES. CLIENT IS LIABLE FOR LOSS AND/OR DAMAGES TO THE SURFACE OR
SUBSURFACE CAUSED BY SAMPLING OR DRILLING ACTIVITIES OR FOR DAMAGE TO WELLS AS A RESULT OF
TRESPASS OR FROM OPERATION SERVICES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO CONTAMINATION OR LOSS OF
EQUIPMENT IN WELL, UNLESS SUCH LOSS RESULTS FROM ENVIROLOGIC'S NEGLIGENCE OR WILLFUL
MISCONDUCT.

       CLIENT ACKNOWLEDGES THAT STATEMENTS IN REPORTS ARE DEEMED TO BE OPINIONS BASED ON
PROFESSIONAL JUDGMENT AND THAT ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL, GEOLOGIC, HYDROGEOLOGIC AND
GEOTECHNICAL CONDITIONS FREQUENTLY VARY FROM THOSE ENCOUNTERED AT THE TIMES AND
LOCATIONS WHERE DATA ARE OBTAINED BY ENVIROLOGIC. THEREFORE, LIMITED DATA MAY RESULT IN
UNCERTAINTY WITH RESPECT TO INTERPRETATION OF THESE CONDITIONS, DESPITE THE USE OF
PROFESSIONAL CARE, AND THAT GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS RELATING TO HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE(S)
MAY CHANGE OR THEY MAY REQUIRE RESULTS WHICH CANNOT BE ACCOMPLISHED OR ADDITIONAL
ACTIVITIES BE CONDUCTED.

        8.      UST Site Closure. Pursuant to Part 213 of NREPA, 1994 PA 451, as amended, if Envirologic shall submit a
Release Closure Report to the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality upon confirmation that cleanup standards have
been met, said report shall relate to only contaminants identified in the area(s) associated with the reported release set forth in
the scope of services and shall only be released when, in Envirologic's best scientific judgment, all applicable cleanup criteria
have been met.

         9.       Disposal of Contaminated/Hazardous Wastes. Any hazardous or toxic wastes, pollutants, contaminants or
other waste materials encountered by or associated with services provided by Envirologic on this project shall at no time be or
become the property of Envirologic. Arrangements for the treatment, storage, transport or disposal of any waste materials,
which may be made by Envirologic, shall be construed as being made solely and exclusively on Client's behalf and Client shall
indemnify, defend and hold Envirologic harmless from and against any and all liability which arises out of the treatment,
storage, transport or disposal of any waste materials. It is agreed and understood that any manifests or other forms required
for the disposal of hazardous waste will be properly completed and signed by the Client or a duly authorized representative.

       10.      Subcontractors. Envirologic may, in its own discretion, hire subcontractors on behalf of Client to perform
any such portion of the services hereunder. If Client selects its own subcontractor(s), Envirologic shall not be responsible for,
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or in any manner guarantee, the performance of such subcontractor(s) or their agents or employees, nor shall Envirologic be
liable for any negligent acts, errors or omissions of said subcontractor.

          Estimated subcontractor costs will depend upon their actual current prices. Any increased prices will be passed on to
Client.

        11.     Term of Agreement. Envirologic agrees to proceed with implementation of the proposal on a timely basis.
However, due to its unknown site conditions and delays in state processing, no definite time period can be established for
completion of services.

        12.       Confidentiality and Use of Documents. Envirologic shall retain, as confidential, all information and data
furnished to it by Client and/or others which is designated as confidential. Said information shall not be disclosed to any third
party except as directed by Client or as required by law or regulation.

         Provided that Envirologic has been fully paid for its services, Client shall have the right to copies of all documents,
maps, photographs, drawings and reports resulting from services hereunder for purposes reasonably contemplated by the
parties. Any work product generated by Envirologic shall remain in its possession.

         Reuse of any material described above by Client on extensions of a project or on any other project or by a third party
without Envirologic's written consent shall be at Client's or third party's risk and Client agrees to indemnify, defend and hold
Envirologic, its employees, agents and subcontractors, harmless from all claims, damages and expenses, including attorney
fees, arising out of such use.

         13.       Information Provided by Client or Others. Envirologic shall indicate to Client the information needed for
rendering the Services described in each Work Order. Envirologic shall review existing information provided by others and
shall give Client its opinion as to the risks associated with reliance on such information. To the extent that Envirologic is
required to rely solely upon existing information, without the opportunity for Envirologic to appropriately validate the accuracy
and reliability of such information, Client agrees to waive any claim against Envirologic and to indemnify and hold harmless
Envirologic from and against any and all claims, damages, losses, liability, and expenses, including attorney's fees, which may
arise from errors, omissions or inaccuracies in existing information provided to Envirologic by Client or others.

       14.       Rights of Third Parties. This Agreement shall not create any rights or benefits to parties other than Client
and Envirologic.

          15.    Indemnification of Client by Envirologic. Except as otherwise provided herein, Envirologic agrees to
indemnify, defend and hold harmless client from all claims, losses, liabilities, damages and expenses, including attorney's fees
which may occur as the result of any claims or damages sustained by person or property, arising out of the sole negligence or
willful misconduct of Envirologic in the performance of its work.

          16.      Indemnification of Envirologic by Client. Client shall indemnify, defend and hold Envirologic, its agents
and employees, harmless against all liability, claims, demands, losses, damages, expenses and costs, including attorney fees
that Envirologic may incur by reason of any injury or damage to person or property arising out of the performance of the work,
alleged or actual contaminant migration as a result of the work or any prior work performed at the site and for all matters
relating to this Agreement except for acts caused by the sole negligent performance of Envirologic under this Agreement.




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        17.      Insurance. Upon request, Envirologic shall furnish copies of insurance certificates evidencing that it
maintains, at a minimum, the following coverage:

                 Type                                                       Limits

                 Worker's Compensation                                      Statutory
                 Employers’ Liability                                       $1,000,000/$1,000,000/$1,000,000
                 General Liability                                          $5,000,000 occurrence
                                                                            $5,000,000 aggregate
                 Personal & Adv. Injury                                     $5,000,000
                 Products – COMP/OP AGG                                     $5,000,000
                 Umbrella                                                   $2,000,000 each claim
                                                                            $2,000,000 aggregate
                 Contractor Pollution                                       $5,000,000 total all claims
                 Automotive Liability                                       $1,000,000 combined single limit (ea. accident)

          With respect to only such loss, damage, injury, or liability as is covered under the policies of insurance and policy
limits identified above, Envirologic agrees to save Client harmless from and against loss, damage, injury, or liability arising
directly from the negligent acts or omissions of Envirologic employees, agents, and subcontractors, and their employees and
agents. If Client requires higher insurance limits, additional coverage, or performance or payment bonding, Envirologic will
endeavor to obtain such coverage, at Client's expense. It is the understanding and agreement of the parties, however, that
Envirologic is unable to save Client harmless from and against any loss, damage, injury, or liability arising from any cause,
beyond the amount and coverage listed in this section. In addition, Envirologic shall be included as an additional and intended
beneficiary under any hold harmless agreements against third-party suits between Client and owner or any other third party,
including without limitation any other contractor, subcontractor, or supplier who may perform "Services" or provide material in
connection with any study or report or design prepared by Envirologic.

        In no event shall Envirologic be responsible for any incidental, indirect, special, punitive, impact, consequential
damages (including but not limited to loss of profits) or cost of defense incurred by Client or any third party, except as
otherwise provided herein.

        All claims, including claims for indemnification, whether based upon contract, tort, breach of warranty, professional
negligence, or otherwise, shall be deemed waived unless the claim is made within the time required under insurance
coverage provided, by Envirologic. Non-insured claims must be made within one (1) year after completion of that work or
event giving rise to the claim.

          18.     Compliance With Laws. The Client shall be responsible for notifying all appropriate Federal, State,
municipal or other governmental agencies of the existence of any hazardous, toxic or dangerous materials located on or in the
site, or discovered during the performance of this Agreement.

       19.     Equal Employment. Envirologic is an Equal Opportunity Employer and shall not discriminate against any
employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, sex or national origin.

      20.      Waiver. No waiver, discharge or renunciation of any claim or right of Envirologic arising out of breach of this
Agreement by Client shall be effective unless in writing, signed by Envirologic.

        21.      Termination. Either party may terminate this Agreement without cause upon seven (7) days written notice to
the other party. In the event of termination, Client shall pay Envirologic for all costs incurred to date plus reasonable costs
associated with termination of the work.

        22.     Complete Agreement. These terms and conditions together with the proposal to perform work and rate
schedule constitute the complete and entire agreement between the parties. Any modification thereto must be in writing
signed by both parties.

         23.     Governing Law. This proposal and its terms and conditions shall be interpreted under and governed by the
laws of the State of Michigan.



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Muskegon Market Square Foundation Engineering Extra Cost Estimate
9/14/2021

                                             Additional Cost For
 Building         Plan                     Engineered Foundation
    1       i1440 w/garage       slab      $            15,475.58
    2           i1835S           slab      $            15,231.71
    3       V2260 w/garage       slab      $            14,603.73
    4       i1730 w/garage       slab      $            16,228.93
    5           i1835S           slab      $            15,231.71
    6       i1440 w/garage       slab      $            15,475.58
    7           i1835S           slab      $            15,231.71
    8       V2260 w/garage       slab      $            14,603.73
    9       i1440 w/garage       slab      $            15,475.58
   10           i1810S           slab      $            14,448.45
   11            i1810         daylight    $            15,821.91
   12            i1250         daylight    $            18,343.64
   13            i1835         daylight    $            16,170.86
   14            i1810         daylight    $            14,564.31
   15            i1830         daylight    $            15,640.20
   16            i1835         daylight    $            16,066.06
   17            i1250         daylight    $            17,547.16
   18            i1810         daylight    $            14,669.11
   19           i1810S           slab      $            14,448.45
   20           i1835S           slab      $            15,231.71
   21       V2260 w/garage       slab      $            14,603.73
                                Total      $          325,113.86

                               Sub-total   $          325,113.86
                             Eng. Forms    $           44,265.60
                             Rigid Foam    $           11,575.20
                                   Total   $          380,954.66

                  2021 Eng. Fnd. Cost      $          380,954.66
                  2022 Eng. Fnd. Cost      $          419,050.13
                         Agenda Item Review Form
                          Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23,                Title: Amendment to Lakeside Form Based
2021                                                 Code-Marihuana Facilities - 2nd Reading

Submitted By: Mike Franzak                           Department: Planning


Brief Summary: Staff initiated request to amend the Lakeside Form Based Code to allow caregivers,
microbusinesses, designated consumption establishments, class A recreational grows, class B
recreational grows, class A medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special use permitted
in the Lakeside Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas.

Detailed Summary: The Planning Commissions motion to recommend approval of the request
ended in a tie, with three Commissioners voting yes and three Commissioners voting no, with three
Commissioners absent.

Staff presented this idea to the City Commission at the September work session.


Please see the enclosed comments from the public.

Amount Requested:                                   Amount Budgeted:

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

Recommended Motion: To approve the request to amend the Lakeside Form Based Code to allow
caregivers, microbusinesses, designated consumption establishments, class A recreational grows,
class B recreational grows, class A medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special
use permitted in the Lakeside Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas.
                                     Planning Commission Excerpt

SUMMARY

 1. Marihuana caregivers are allowed in B-2, B-4, Medical Care, I-1 and I-2 zoning districts.
 2. The Lakeside Business District was made up predominantly of B-2 and B-4 zoning districts. They
    were rezoned to Lakeside Form Based Code in May of 2019. The newly created Lakeside Form Based
    Code did not allow for caregivers at the time, which was an oversight from staff. There is now a legally
    non-conforming caregiver located in Lakeside, as it existed before the zoning change.
 3. In November of 2020, in an effort to help get more local people involved in the marihuana industry,
    the Commission adopted an ordinance amendment that would allow smaller marihuana license types
    to operate where caregivers were already allowed. These license types included microbusinesses,
    designated consumption establishments, class A recreational grows, class B recreational grows, class
    A medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special use permitted.
 4. Had the Lakeside Business District not been rezoned to Lakeside Form Based Code, the Lakeside
    Businesses would have enjoyed the ability to operate these uses under a special use permit.
 5. Staff is proposing to amend the Lakeside Form Based Code ordinance to allow these same license types
    in the Lakeside Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial Context areas.
 6. There are 37 properties in Lakeside that have Lakeside Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial
    Context areas, however, most of them do not have enough space to operate for marihuana production.
    Its estimated that for a 100 plant grow, there will need to be at least 4,000-5,000 sf available for growing
    and harvesting.
 7. Notice was sent to all properties within 300 feet of the “Lakeside Commercial” and “Lakeside Heavy
    Commercial” context areas. At the time of this writing, staff had not received any comments.
                                        CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                 MUSKEGON COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                                       ORDINANCE NO._____


An ordinance to amend the Lakeside Form Based Code section of the zoning ordinance to allow caregivers.
microbusinesses, designated consumption establishments, class A recreational grows, class B recreational
grows, class A medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special use permitted in the Lakeside
Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas.
THE CITY COMMISSION OF THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:

The Lakeside Form Based Code section of the zoning ordinance now allows caregivers. microbusinesses,
designated consumption establishments, class A recreational grows, class B recreational grows, class A
medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special use permitted in the Lakeside Commercial and
Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas.


This ordinance adopted:

Ayes:______________________________________________________________

Nayes:_____________________________________________________________

Adoption Date:

Effective Date:

First Reading:

Second Reading:

                                                 CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                 By: _________________________________
                                                        Ann Meisch, MMC, City Clerk
                                         CERTIFICATE

       The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan, does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an
ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the
City Commission on the 9th day of November 2021, at which meeting a quorum was present and
remained throughout, and that the original of said ordinance is on file in the records of the City
of Muskegon. I further certify that the meeting was conducted and public notice was given
pursuant to and in full compliance with the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Public Acts of
Michigan No. 33 of 2006, and that minutes were kept and will be or have been made available as
required thereby.


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




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

Please take notice that on November 9, 2021, the City Commission of the City of Muskegon adopted an
ordinance to amend the Lakeside Form Based Code section of the zoning ordinance to allow caregivers.
microbusinesses, designated consumption establishments, class A recreational grows, class B recreational
grows, class A medical grows and temporary marihuana events as a special use permitted in the Lakeside
Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas.


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
October 14, 2021


Good afternoon, I am Randy Crow. For almost 30 years I have invested in Lakeshore
Drive, Park Street and Henry St here in Muskegon and own properties at 1756, 1768,
and 1794 Lakeshore Drive. My companies and I have invested thousands of dollars in
these properties, and we have been key employers and business owners in this part of
Muskegon.

I am a strong supporter of this area and of this neighborhood. I’m also a supporter of
growth and opportunity for our entire community. When I bought these properties, they
were zoned B2 Commercial and Waterfront Marine. As recently as last year our zoning
planning director dealt with me on the understanding that my property was zoned B2. I
moved my business and placed this property for sale, but after I moved my businesses
and put building for sale, I was informed that I was now in the Lakeside Form Based
area which limited the potential uses and therefore buyers. I lost a potential buyer
because I was told the properties were not commercial zone because they were
changed to Lakeside Form Based Code, a more restrictive area. Which to my
surprise.

Form based code severely restricts all commercial property owners in Lakeside to what
can be done with our buildings we have invested in. One of the options of correct
zoning is new potential business opportunities such as specific types of cannabis
operations like micro grows. While I must say some of these types of cannabis
businesses we see elsewhere in our city and community do not have the professional
appearance that I would like to see in our community, this industry has been approved
by the State of Michigan, City of Muskegon and other neighboring cities throughout our
entire state.

I presently have a quality inquiry on my Lakeshore Drive building. If it comes together
the buyer would bring professional, experienced operators that know what they are
doing to our area and help re-vitalize this area. The buyer is already licensed by the
State of Michigan, and they have other viable locations in California and other
states. Their operations and facilities have been described as having an “Apple Store”
look and feel. They also have invested heavily in communities that they are in. They
will buy homes here, open other businesses and contribute to our community in many
positive ways.
To have someone of this caliber want to locate in the City of Muskegon is something
our entire community will benefit from. They would be the perfect partner for this area
and run a first-class business and invest thousands in updates to this now vacant
building at 1756 Lakeshore Drive located in City of Muskegon.

This industry is not new to the neighborhood. 1700 Lakeshore, just few doors down,
has been doing Cannabis business out of their building for 6 years and recently were
relicensed for an additional three years, from what I’m told. The use was approved by
the neighborhood and City back then. So, for the record Cannabis is not new to the
Lakeshore area as it has been here peacefully present for over six years. Their
building also changed from commercial zoning to form base code zoning which now
does not put them in the correct zoning for their cannabis operation either. So, it will
put them into compliance and create additional opportunities going forward.


I support growth for all businesses along Lakeshore Drive. I also support a
professional look, experienced operators, and a true community partner for this type of
business, if it comes. Someone that our residents, fellow business owners and visitor
to our city will be proud of.

My commercial buildings and property need to return to correct commercial zoning not
only for this opportunity, but for other opportunities if this one is not the correct fit.

I support the Muskegon Zoning Department staff recommendation here and request
that you support the same. This would finally place these area properties on Lakeshore
Drive on an even playing field with those similarly situated in the area who have been
approved for cannabis business and correct our commercial building zoning in this
neighborhood.

I will be happy to answer questions.

Thank you ~
  Public Comment on Lakeside FBC amendment to allow marijuana facilities in commercial buildings
                                       Case 2021-26

Greetings Mike,

Happy Monday! I don’t believe that we have had an opportunity to meet (but maybe we did at a planning
conference?). I am about to become a resident of your fair city and I’m super excited about Muskegon! There is so
much potential and great things happening. I had hoped to be able to call you up for lunch as my first reach-out to
you. Unfortunately, I’m writing regarding the notice for Case 2021-26 to amend the Lakeside Form Based Code to
allow microbusinesses, designated consumption establishments, recreational and medical grows, and temporary
marihuana events as a special use in the Lakeside Commercial and Lakeside Heavy Commercial context areas. Is
there information that you send to me? Not having it available 3 days before the meeting is problematic from a
review and comment timeline for me. I do not know if I will be able to attend in-person and may need to submit
written comments. Would you have time for a phone call to discuss? And could you send me the proposed zoning
language as well as any other language that the City of Muskegon relies on to regulate marijuana businesses?

Thank you very much in advance.

Best Regards,

Suzanne

Mr. Franzak or designate:

I wish to voice my support for the Lakeside Form Based Code change described in this Notice Of Public Hearing.

I can be contact via e-mail or other means as listed below.

Michael Bentley
2033 Harrison Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49441
Mobile: 231.740.3802

I went to the designated website for the hearing regarding my views about marijuana facilities in Lakeside. My
husband and I have been residents of Lakeside nearly all of our lives. We are in our 70's so you can tell that we love
to be part of this area which has been our home. I am so sorry that you chose not to actually have the website
indicated on your form letter available for comments. We would be vehemently opposed to having such places in
our beautiful, growing community. We believe that this would be a detriment to growth and not indicative of what
Lakeside is all about. Personally, it would definitely make us reconsider being residents of this city. We hope that
you will sincerely consider citizen input and put people above monetary issues. And now, I hope this gets to the
appropriate person in time for the hearing since it was difficult to know how to connect. Sincerely and respectfully,
the McKeowns

As a new resident to the Muskegon area, having bought a home in the Lakeside neighborhood about 3 years ago, I
am adamantly AGAINST introducing pot shops into residential neighborhoods. We moved here because we liked
the character of the neighborhood- the mix of ages/races/and families. Opening up a pot shop, or for that matter a
liquor store, in the middle of a family-focused neighborhood is a bad move.
Apparently Muskegon has had a growth in population over the past few years... are you looking to destroy that
trend?! If so, rezoning neighborhoods for marijuana businesses is a step in the right direction. Leave our
neighborhood alone. Sincerely, Adam Dahlstrom
We received your letter regarding rezoning meeting in our lakeside comunity. was planning on attending @ 4pm
today. Noticed it was cancelled. We do not agree with the proposed zoning changes to allow for marihuana grows,
recreational,, medical our events. We feel Lakeside has always been a uniqe area of Muskegon. There are already
far too many grow and purchase facilities in our small town.

jeff and cindy bolduc

Dear Mr. Franzak,

Thank you for the opportunity to weigh in on the zoning request for the property located at 2080 Lakeshore Dr.,
2034 Lakeshore Dr. and what appears to be the adjacent lot that was formerly the USA Café prior to being torn
down.

When I review the map that was provided on Notice of Public Hearing I was surprised that a request is being made
to change the zoning on these properties from Commercial to Heavy Commercial for a designated consumption
establishment for the cannabis industry. Every other piece of property on that side of Lakeshore Drive shown on
the map is zoned as Commercial. Why would a cannabis growing and consumption require heavy commercial
zoning? Since a class A grower is allowed to grow up to 500 plants and a Class B recreational grower is authorized
to grow up to 1,000 plants are they planning on trucking their product out to distributors? I have to say that I am
strongly opposed to this zoning change if it increases the trucking traffic.

As well, a since the zoning change is also for a Designated Consumption Establishment, and, based on my research,
cannabis consumers can rarely consume cannabis legally anywhere but on private property, I’m unclear as to how
this will be legally allowed. I am extremely concerned, as I am with drunk drivers, that the addition of a location to
legally smoke or consume cannabis and then get in a vehicle and drive is putting our residents in to great of risk for
property damage and personal injury.

Until the City can provide me with more specific details as to why this zoning ordinance change would be positive
for a residential property owner in Lakeside (a block away from this proposed establishment) I am strongly
opposed to this ordinance change!

If you would like to discuss further please feel free to reach out to me.

Regards,
Ellen Davis
2057 Harrison Ave.
Muskegon, MI 49441
Davis.e@frontier.com
231-414-5219
Good Afternoon,

I am the resident and property owner of 2055 Lakeshore Dr. Unfortunately I will not be able to attend the public
hearing meeting on October 14th for Hearing, Case 2021-26. I have some concerns with the projected project
located at 2034 Lakeshore Drive and changing the code to allow Microbusinesses. First concern is the lack of
parking on that parcel as well as no street parking on the commercial side of Lakeshore Drive. This will push all
overflow parking of customers and employees to the residential side of the street, as well as cause issues with
congestion at the McCracken and Lakeshore Drive intersection. Secondly, if there were to be a grow house within
such close proximity to residential housing and neighborhood, the odor can be offensive. It would be a shame to
have the smell of marijuana drift into the Lakeside shopping district and into the neighborhood. It ruins the image
and vibe Lakeside has been creating and has. It is also on the Lakeshore Bike Trail and the main street that
residents and visitors of Muskegon use to get to Lake Michigan. I am not against recreation and medical marijuana,
but I do believe there are the appropriate locations for Microbusinesses (especially grow houses) and Lakeside is
not one of them. As for putting a dispensary at 2034 Lakeshore Dr, there has to be the appropriate amount of
parking for a highly trafficked retail store, which this location does not.

I appreciate you taking the time to hear my concerns and hope you take some of this feedback into consideration.

Sincerely,
Kristin Mutton
kmutton@gmail.com
260-413-9493
                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021             Title: 2022 POLC Contract

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                           Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: Staff is seeking approval of the proposed collective bargaining agreement with the
Police Officers Labor Council.

Detailed Summary. City Staff and Police Officers Labor Council representatives previously agreed
upon new contract terms that would take effect January 1, 2022. Since that time, a number of small
issues related to the original tentative agreement have been identified and subsequently reconciled.
This is a formal request to approve the attached collective bargaining agreement. The POLC has
already ratified the contract and city staff is prepared to begin enforcing the provisions of the contract
on January 1, 2022. The new agreement is beneficial to both parties and is expected to help with
police officer recruiting and retention; there is no financial impact on the budget as part of the
agreement.


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 Collective Bargaining Agreement with the Police Officers
Labor Council as presented.
       COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
       AGREEMENT BETWEEN


          CITY OF MUSKEGON

                  AND

       POLICE OFFICERS LABOR
              COUNCIL
            Patrol Officers




January 1, 2022 through December 31, 2028
                  2022-2028

                AGREEMENT

                   between

   THE CITY OF MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN

              A Home Rule City


                     and


   POLICE OFFICERS LABOR COUNCIL
(Muskegon Police Department - Patrol Officers)
                        TABLE OF CONTENTS

SECTION 1 GENERAL ....................................................................................... 1
SECTION 2 RECOGNITION .............................................................................. 1
SECTION 3 EMPLOYMENT SECURITY ........................................................ 1
SECTION 4 REPRESENTATION ................................................................ 1
SECTION 5 UNION MEMBERSHIP/DUES CHECKOFF .........................3
SECTION 6 MANAGEMENT RIGHTS........................................................4
SECTION 7 GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE ...................................................4
SECTION 8 BULLETIN BOARDS .................................................................... 6
SECTION 9 WORKING CONDITIONS ........................................................ 6
SECTION 10 EDUCATION AND TRAINING .................................................. 6
SECTION 11 SAFETY AND HEALTH ............................................................... 6
SECTION 12 NO DISCRIMINATION ........................................................... 6
SECTION 13 WORKING HOURS AND SCHEDULES ................................... 7
SECTION 14 OVERTIME COMPENSATORY TIME................................ 9
SECTION 15 SENIORITY ............................................................... 10
SECTION 16 CALL-IN TIME AND COURT TIME ................................... 12
SECTION 17 VACATION ............................................................................ 12
SECTION 18 SICK LEAVE ............................................................................... 14
SECTION 19 HOLIDAY PAY ................................................................... 16
SECTION 20 B E R E A V E M E N T LEAVE ............................................. 17
SECTION 21 UNIFORMS ............................................................................ 17
SECTION 22 INSURANCE.......................................................................... 18
SECTION 23 MEDICAL LEAVES OF ABSENCE ................................... 21
SECTION 24 MILITARY LEAVE .............................................................. 21
SECTION 25 SALARY AGREEMENT ...................................................... 22
SECTION 26 LONGEVITY PAY PLAN - RULES AND REGULATIONS ... 23
SECTION 27 NO STRIKE CLAUSE .......................................................... 23
SECTION 28 WAIVER CLAUSE ...................................................... 24
SECTION 29 MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS ................................... 24
SECT ON 30 VALIDITY ............................................................... 24
SECTION 31 SAVINGS CLAUSE............................................................. 24
SECTION 32 EDUCATION PAYMENT ................................................. 25
SECTION 33 DEFINED BENEFIT RETIREMENT PLAN ...................... 25
SECTION 34 DEFINED CONTRIBUTION RETIREMENT PLAN ......... 26
SECTION 35 MERS HEALTH CARE SAVINGS PLAN .......................... 27
SECTION 36 RESIDENCY.......................................................................... 28
SECTION 37 PART-TIME POLICE OFFICERS ...................................... 28
SECTION 38 DRUG TESTING POLICY .................................................. 29
SECTION 39 P H Y S I CAL FITNESS ....................................................... 29
SECTION 40 MISCELLANEOUS ............................................. 29
SECTION 41 LGSDFA ACT........................................................................ 29
SECTION 42 DURATION AND RENEW AL .................................................... 29
SIGNATURES ...................................................................................................... 29
      SECTION 1 - GENERAL

           In a mutually desirable effort to promote the best interests of both the City of Muskegon and the
      City of Muskegon Police Department, this Agreement is entered into as of January 1, 2022, at
      Muskegon, Michigan between the City ("Employer") and the Police Officers, represented by the Police
      Officers Labor Council “Union". The police officers employed by the Police Department of the City of
      Muskegon will be referred to as the "employee" or the "employees".

      SECTION 2 - RECOGNITION

      Pursuant to the provisions of Act No. 336 of the Michigan Public Acts of 1947, as amended:

2.1   The Employer recognizes that the police officers of the City of Muskegon have the statutory right to
      bargain collectively with the City of Muskegon, and to be represented by an organization in such
      collective bargaining.

2.2   The Employer recognizes the Union as the sole and exclusive collective bargaining agent for all of
      the full-time sworn non-supervisory police officers, and will negotiate only with representatives
      thereof on the matters of rates of pay, wages, hours, and other terms and conditions of
      employment.

2.3   The rights of the Employer and employees of the Police Department shall be respected, and the
      provisions of this Agreement shall be observed for the orderly settlement of all questions.

      SECTION 3 - EMPLOYMENT SECURITY

      The Employer agrees not to discharge or discriminate in any way against any employee of
      the Police Department for membership or activities in the Union.

      SECTION 4-REPRESENTATION

         All employees who are covered by this Agreement shall be represented for the purpose of
      negotiation by a bargaining committee shall be chosen by the employees.

      The Union shall advise the Employer in writing of the names of the persons on the bargaining
      committee and the name of the President, Vice President, Treasurer and Alternate Stewards.
      President, Vice President, Treasurer and Alternate Stewards shall be recognized for those functions
      delegated them under the terms of this Collective Bargaining Agreement.

4.1   The bargaining committee shall consist of no more than four (4) members, one (1) of which shall be
      from the Defined Benefit retirement plan and one (1) from the Defined Contribution retirement plan.

4.2   The members who are employees of the employer shall be paid by the Employer for the time spent
      during their regularly scheduled working hours in the processing of grievances and in the
      negotiations relating to the Employer at their regularly established straight-time rate.

4.3   The maximum number of employees including bargaining committee members who shall be paid
      by the Employer while conducting negotiations, shall be four (4), and while processing a specified
      grievance, shall be three (3).


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4.4    The Union representatives who are employees of the Employer shall be governed by departmental
       rules regarding employees entering and leaving the Department. Members of the bargaining
       committee may leave the Department on negotiations and grievances within the bargaining unit
       when arrangements are made in advance with the Chief or Designee.

4.5    Any representatives of the Union employed by the Employer, having an individual grievance in
       connection with their work, may be permitted to have a Steward assist them in adjusting their
       grievance in the manner provided for in the Grievance Procedure.

4.6    Discharge and Discipline - Should any provision of the five (5) following subsections be
       inconsistent with or contrary to any provisions of the grievance procedure, the grievance
       procedure shall control.

4.7    Before any disciplinary action exceeding five (5) days without pay, up to, and including discharge
       is taken against an employee, the employee, and a Union representative if requested, shall be
       given an opportunity to state his or her position and offer any evidence immediately available to his
       or her superior officer who is rendering such discipline. Notice of such discipline shall be given to
       the Union by the Employer pursuant to this section, within forty-eight (48) hours of the indication of
       such discipline or discharge, except as specifically stated hereinafter. The notice will be delivered
       to the President, Vice President, Treasurer, or Alternate Stewards.

4.8    Except for verbal warnings, the charges resulting in disciplinary action exceeding five (5) days without
       pay, up to, and including discharge shall be reduced to writing within forty-eight (48) hours, excluding
       holidays and weekends, by the commanding officer recommending the action or by the Chief of Police,
       and copies shall be furnished immediately to the President or Stewards and to the employee against
       whom the charges are brought. The employee shall sign a copy of the charge with the understanding
       that said signature by the employee does not necessarily constitute acceptance of the disciplinary
       action.
4.9    Such written charges shall cite the specific sections of departmental rules and regulations and/or
       appropriate law or ordinance which the employee is alleged to have violated.

4.10   Except during the first stage (i.e., in 4.7 above), an employee against whom charges have been
       made, may be represented by a Steward, Union representative, attorney, or Union attorney.

4.11   In imposing any discipline on a current charge, the Employer shall not base its decision upon any
       prior infractions of departmental rules or regulations or law or ordinance which occurred more than
       thirty (30) months prior to the date of the current charge, unless such actions are directly related to
       the current charge.

4.12   Any three (3) employees elected or appointed by the Union as a delegate to the State or National
       Labor Convention/Conference may take up to a maximum of four (4) working days with full pay
       during his/her absence. The days may be taken in any combination to the said State/National
       conventions, but not more than a total of twelve (12) days for all such representation during one
       fiscal year. Any employee who is elected to the Police Officers Labor Council Executive Board
       shall be allowed the use of the above-mentioned days. The choice of how these days are utilized
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SECTION 5-UNION MEMBERSHIP and CHECK-OFF of UNION DUES

To the extent Federal and State laws permit, it is agreed that:

           a. The Employer agrees to make Union dues deductions once each month from the pay of
              each employee who has authorized that such deductions be made as set forth in
              Subsection 4, until such time as the employee revokes the authorization by written notice
              to the Union and the Employer.

           b. As soon as practicable following the decision to hire a new employee into the bargaining
              unit, the Employer shall notify the Union of newly-hired bargaining unit employees and
              provide the Union an opportunity during the onboarding process to meet with newly-hired
              bargaining unit employees to discuss the employees’ options with respect to becoming or
              not becoming a member of the Union.

           c. Each employee who becomes a member of the Union after June 27, 2018, must sign the
              Union’s Application for Union Membership and Authorized Dues Deduction Card. An
              employee may rescind their Union membership and Authorized Dues Deduction Card at
              any time by providing the employer written notice.

           d. The Employer shall not make any Union dues deductions from any employee without
              written authorization from the employee. In the case of an employee who becomes a
              member after June 27, 2018, written authorization must be in the form of a signed and
              completed Application for Union Membership and Authorized Dues Deduction Card, as
              well as any additional written authorization as the Employer may require. In the event the
              terms of the Employer’s written authorization conflicts with the terms of the Union’s Card,
              the terms of the Card shall be controlling. For an employee who became a member prior
              to June 27, 2018, the employer must have from the employee written authorization
              showing the employee’s clear intent to participate in Union dues deductions.

           e. Deductions for any calendar month shall be remitted to the Union. In the event that a
              refund is due to any employee for any sums deducted from wages and paid to the Union,
              it shall be the responsibility of the Employer to obtain the appropriate refund from the
              Union.

           f.   The Employer shall not be liable for the remittance or payment of any sums other than
                those constituting actual deductions made. If the Employer fails to make a deduction for
                any employee as provided, it shall make that deduction from the employee’s next pay
                period in which such deduction is normally deducted after the error has been called to its
                attention by the employee or the Union.

                If there is an increase or decrease in Union payroll deductions, as determine and
                established by the Union, such changes shall become effective upon the second
                pay period following notice from the Union to the Employer of the new amount(s).

           g. The Union shall indemnify and hold harmless the Employer against action, or claim for an
              unauthorized deduction, or for other forms of liability that shall arise out of, or by reason
              of: action taken by the Employer for the purposes of complying with this provision and will
              hold harmless the City, its agents or employees from any monetary award arising out of
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      SECTlON 6 - MANAGEMENT RIGHTS

6.1   The Employer (City) retains all the rights, powers, functions, and authority which it had prior to the
      signing of this Agreement, including those with respect to working conditions, except as those rights,
      powers, functions, or authority are expressly and specifically abridged, modified, or limited by this
      Agreement, and then only to the extent so specifically and expressly abridged, modified or limited.

6.2   Except as otherwise provided in this Agreement: Nothing in this Agreement shall be construed to limit in
      any way the Employer's sole and exclusive right to manage its operation and the services it provides
      efficiently and economically, including the right to determine the services to be performed, and the
      quantity and quality of those services, the methods of performing the services; the determination of the
      size of the working force; the hiring of new employees; the discipline or discharge of employees for just
      cause; the right to maintain order and efficiency, to relieve employees from duty because of lack of
      work or for other legitimate reasons; the right to establish, change or introduce new or improved
      methods, equipment, or facilities; the right to establish, change or introduce standards of safety and
      safer operating practices; the right to establish qualifications of employment (as related to the hiring of
      new employees and subject to the rules and regulations of the Civil Service Commission of the City of
      Muskegon).

6.3   Transfer employees from one shift to another on a temporary basis, except to avoid the payment of
      overtime; transfer employees to other positions within the department; require employees to perform
      outside their assigned job classifications which such assignment is, in the management's judgment,
      advisable regardless of the availability of work in their regular classifications, but not to extend beyond
      sixty (60) calendar days; however, employees may be transferred from one shift to another on a
      temporary basis when such temporary transfer is mutually acceptable to the employee and
      management; require employees to give instruction or receive instruction in special training for selected
      employees. The Employer (City) retains the right to appoint and remove any employee from a non-
      patrol specialist position eligible for the Specialist/Community Bonus provided in Appendix A and/or
      eligibility and payment of any community bonus provided in Appendix A, with no right to grieve such
      decision.

6.4   Any complaint or dispute concerning the exercise of any management rights function in a manner
      contrary to any express provision of this Agreement shall constitute a grievance within the meaning of
      this Agreement.

      SECTION 7 - GRIEVANCE PROCEDURE

7.1   A grievance is defined as an alleged violation of a specific article and/or section of this Agreement. If an
      alleged grievance arises, there shall be no stoppage or suspension of work, but such alleged grievance
      shall be submitted to the following grievance procedures.

7.2   Grievances will be filed ONLY as set forth in the following procedures. A "work day" for purposes of this
      Section shall be defined as Monday through Friday.

7.3   In no case shall any grievance be taken outside of the Muskegon Police Department until this grievance
      procedure has been exhausted.

7.4   PROCEDURE:

      Step 1



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            Within twelve (12) work days following the alleged violation, any employee having a grievance
     shall, with or without his/her Steward, meet with either:

A.   His/her shift commander, or

B.   The divisional head.

     Step 2

          If such grievance cannot be resolved within five (5) working days after presentation, the
     matter shall be reduced to writing, signed by the employee and his/her Steward and
     forwarded to the Chief of Police.

     Step 3

     The Chief of Police shall give a written answer to the grievance within seven
     (7) working days. If it is not satisfactory to the Union, the matter may then be taken to the City
     Manager within twelve work (12) days following written answer from the Chief of Police.

          Prior to submission of the grievance at the City Manager's level, the grievant shall elect
     whether he/she desires to proceed under the Civil Service Rules and Regulations as adopted July
     20, 1955, as amended, or to arbitration, under the terms and conditions of the grievance
     procedure. If the Union desires a hearing with the City Manager, same may be requested, and the
     City Manager or his designee shall schedule such a hearing. The City Manager or designee shall
     render a written disposition of the grievance within twelve (12) work days following said hearing.

     Step 4

           In the event a grievance is not resolved at Step 3, either the City or the Union may initiate
     arbitration by submitting a notice in writing of such intent to the other party within ten (10)
     working days following the day the written disposition was given at Step 3. In the event either
     party shall fail to serve such written notice, the matter shall be considered settled on the basis
     of the last answer.

          The moving party shall at that time submit a request to the Federal Mediation Conciliation
     Service for the appointment of an arbitrator which will be selected in accordance with Federal
     Mediation Conciliation Service procedures.

           The arbitrator so appointed shall have the authority to resolve disputes between the
     parties only over matters which are covered by this Agreement. The arbitrator shall have no
     power to add to or subtract from or modify any of the terms of this Agreement or any
     supplementary agreement

     The expenses of the arbitrator shall be shared equally by the parties.

          Any matter resolved by settlement or dismissal short of the issuance of a written disposition
     by the City Manager shall have no precedent value whatsoever as to future grievances.



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             Extensions of time for any step in the grievance procedure may be agreed upon in
       writing by the parties hereto.

       SECTION 8 - BULLETIN BOARDS

8.1    The Employer shall provide space for two bulletin boards in mutually acceptable locations to be
       used by the Union.

8.2    With advance notice and consent of the Chief of Police, the squad room will be available for
       one employee unit meeting per month.

       SECTION 9-WORKING CONDITIONS

9.1    If two members are agreeable, they shall be allowed to exchange shifts, in six (6) hour blocks of
       shifts and days off, with the approval of the ranking officers. No employee shall be allowed to
       trade time, if doing so would result in said employee working more than 18 hours in a 24-hour
       period. At no time will employees be eligible for overtime pay as a result of time traded
       between employees.

9.2    During his/her shift, each employee will be allowed a total of forty-five (45) minutes of break
       time. The normal time allowed for lunch break will be thirty (30) minutes, and the normal time
       allowed for coffee break shall be fifteen (15) minutes. Employees shall not exceed the
       combined time of forty-five (45) minutes maximum for break time in any one shift. Any
       employee held over following a scheduled full shift for three (3) hours or more shall receive an
       additional break period of fifteen (15) minutes. Patrol employees working a 12-hour shift will
       be allowed a paid 45 - minute lunch break. A paid 15-minute break during the first half of the shift
       and a paid 15-minute break in the second half of the shift will also be available to patrol
       employees.

       SECTION 10-EDUCATION AND TRAINING

10.1   Members of the Unit shall be eligible to participate in any tuition reimbursement program provided
       by the City to other represented or non-represented employees.

       SECTION 11- SAFETY AND HEALTH

11.1   All legal obligations and duties imposed by law upon the Employer for the preservation of life
       and property shall be complied with to the fullest extent.

11.2   The employees will abide by all reasonable rules and regulations of the Employer for the
       protection and the preservation of life and property.

11.3   When, in the opinion of the Union, reasonable protection is not provided for the prevention of
       injury or the preservation of health, this shall be considered a proper subject for the grievance
       procedure.

       SECTION 12 - NO DISCRIMINATION

           The parties agree to apply the provisions of this Agreement to all employees without regard to
       height, weight, race, color, marital status, sex, religious creed or national origin.


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       SECTION 13 - WORKING HOURS AND SCHEDULES

13.1   For employees assigned to twelve-hour shifts, the normal biweekly pay period shall
       consist of 84 hours. The normal pay period will consist of seven (7) 12-hour shifts. For
       employees assigned to 8.5 hours shifts, the normal bi-weekly pay period shall consist of 84
       hours with eight 8.5 hour shifts and two 8-hour shifts. For employees assigned to 10 hours
       shifts, the normal bi-weekly pay period shall consist of 84 hours with six 10.5 hour shifts
       and two 10-hour shifts. Voluntary split shifts may occur within the specialist divisions
       provided they occur within twenty-four (24) consecutive hours and only with the prior
       approval of the Chief of Police or designee. Special assignments may be exempt from
       the 12-hour scheduling, and may be required to work a variance of 8, 10, or 12 hours shift
       configurations to accomplish an 84-hour pay period. The Employer shall give the employees
       affected 15 days-notice of any change to shift hours, unless changes are mutually agreed to.

13.2 The employees of the Uniform Patrol Division will work under permanent shifts with the
     selection of shifts being made on a strict seniority basis. The shift bid and vacation
     selection process shall begin on October 15th and be completed before Thanksgiving each year,
     and will become effective the first Sunday of January. Shift selections will be made on the
     basis of the most senior employee of the Patrol Bureau having first choice, the next
     senior officer having second choice, and so on through all employees assigned to the
     Patrol Bureau. An employee being reassigned to the Uniform Patrol Division from a
     specialist division will have the right to bump the officer with the least seniority within the
     team of his/her choice insofar as his/her departmental seniority will allow. An officer being
     bumped from his/her team in this manner will exercise his/her seniority rights, and may
     bump to another shift by displacing the least senior officer on that team. Should an
     opening occur on any team, and should the Employer elect to fill that opening, then
     departmental seniority bumping procedures shall apply.

13.2   There shall be four (4) shifts, hereafter called Teams, which are:
                  Team      1A
                  Team      2B
                  Team      3C
                  Team      4D

       For employees assigned to twelve-hour shifts the normal start time of the shifts will be 6am
       for day shift and 6pm for night shift. The Employer shall have the flexibility of having start
       times moved between the hours of 5am to 8am for day shift and 5pm to 8pm for night shift.
       The Employer may implement an "echo" shift with a start time between the hours of 11am
       to 3pm. If there is a change in the start hours, the Employer will give the employees
       affected 30 days’ notice.

13.3   In the event employees are absent from Teams 1A, 2B, 3C and 4D, members of Team ECHO
       may be temporarily assigned to fill such vacancies.

13.4   Such temporary reassignments will be made on the following basis:

       a.    Voluntary Reassignment: An officer on Team ECHO who voluntarily accepts a one-week
             temporary transfer for the purpose of vacation relief and assumes the days off of the officer
             being replaced will be credited with one reassignment for each occasion.


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       b.    Voluntary Reassignment, Part-Week: An officer on Team ECHO who voluntarily accepts a
             transfer of less than one week (five working days) and does not assume the days off of the
             officer being replaced will be credited with the number of days reassigned. These days will
             be cumulative in increments of five.

       c.    Involuntary Reassignment: Will be made on the basis of a combination of least credits
             accumulated under Items 1 and 2 above and least seniority, whichever applies in a specific
             case. Involuntary reassignments may involve more than one officer if this method causes
             the least change in their scheduled days off. Credit for these reassignments will be the same
             as those in Items 1 and 2.

       d.    Involuntary Reassignment: When all efforts utilizing the above procedure are
             unsuccessful or impractical, the officer with the least accrued credits and/or the least
             seniority shall be temporarily reassigned and assume the days off of the officer being
             replaced.

       e.    Management Rights will prevail when establishing the need for temporary reassignment.

       f.    On all scheduled vacations, established by the contractual Vacation Draw, where in the
             judgment of management a temporary reassignment is necessary, the officers of the
             affected team will be notified of the reassignment approximately three weeks in
             advance. The officers will be allowed to fill the assignment as indicated in Section
             13.6(a) and (b) on a voluntary basis.

       g.    If more than one officer volunteers for the same assignment, the request will be granted on a
             seniority basis.

       h.    If no officer on the team volunteers for the assignment within ten days prior to the
             assignment, it will be filled on an involuntary basis using the criteria contained in Section
             13.6(c) and (d).

       i.    It is agreed between the parties that one of the primary purposes of this agreement is to
             alleviate, to the extent possible, the changing of the officers' scheduled days off.

       j.    Officers shall have at least ten (10) hours off between regularly scheduled shifts and any forced
             OT excluding time spent in court, with the exception of up to six (6) hours of holdover time
             directly before or after a regularly scheduled shift.

13.5   District selections by Patrol Division employees will be made on a seniority basis for each
       team, on approximately a six (6) month basis.

13.6   EXCLUSIONS TO THE FOREGOING ARE:

       a.    The Chief may assign a new employee - an employee with less than one (1) year of
             experience - to any team or district, but no employee may be reassigned from a team to
             provide an opening for such new employee. The Employer has the right to assign
             probationary employees to any team at its sole discretion. During times where there are
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                one (1) probationary employee to a team starting with the night shift, then echo shift, and
                finishing with day shift. Should there be more probationary officers than teams, the process
                will repeat until all probationary officers are placed. Once a probationary officer is off
                probation, they are subject to being bumped from their assigned shift and/or district, during
                each draw, by more senior officers – bumping shall be done in order of seniority; such
                bumps shall be held in April and September of each year.

           b.   In the event that disciplinary action would require a permanent, or lengthy temporary,
                reassignment of an employee, then his/her seniority will not prevail during that period, but no
                employee may be reassigned from a team to provide an opening for such reassigned employee.

13.7   The parties agree to meet and bargain the impact and effect of schedule changes involving twelve-hour
       shifts.

       SECTION 14 - OVERTIME - COMPENSATORY TIME

14.1   Time and one-half (1 ½) the patrol employee's regular hourly rate of pay will be paid for all
       hours worked in excess of scheduled shift hours or in excess of 84 hours in any biweekly pay
       period.
14.2   Training shall be as follows:

       a.       Mandatory training shall be paid at time-and-one-half for actual time in training with a two-hour
                minimum;

       b.       Voluntary training, approved by the Chief of Police, shall be paid at a straight time rate for time in
                actual training.

       c.       The employer shall compensate required supervised firearms training with three (3) hours of
                compensatory time for each qualifying session, if an officer is required to attend off duty. Required
                supervised remedial firearms training shall not result in extra compensation.

       d.       The conditions and terms of training pay shall be designed and posted in the announcement of the
                training schedules.

       e.       Training pay for training during an extension before or after a regular duty period shall be paid for
                actual time at the applicable overtime rate and not subject to a minimum. Training that occurs
                during an employee's work schedule, and lasts more than 6 hours in length, shall count as the
                employee's work day. If training occurs during an employee's work shift, and is less than 6
                hours, that employee may have to work the other shift hours as required by the employer. If
                training occurs while an employee is off duty, the city pay overtime to the employee or grant a
                different day off.

       f        Training bulletins will be posted at the department. Interested employees may apply for training
                opportunities. It shall be the Chiefs decision on whom, if anyone, shall attend training. The Chiefs
                decision is not subject to the grievance procedure.

       g.       Field Training Officers (FTO) shall receive two (2) hours of paid compensatory time for days when
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       h.    Officers assigned an intern or other “ride along” for more than two (2) hours but less than
             six (6) hours shall receive one (1) hour of compensatory time. Officers assigned an
             intern or other “ride along” for six (6) or more hours shall receive two (2) hours of
             compensatory time.

14.3   Compensatory Time -

       a.     All compensatory time accruals not addressed specifically elsewhere in this contract shall be
              earned at an hourly rate of time and one-half (1-1/2). The parties agree to continue the current
              practices regarding compensatory time accrual.

        b.    Employees shall have the option to draw down their compensatory time bank, subject to two (2)
              weeks’ notice to the City. Payment will be in regular paychecks, or may be deferred to the 457-
              retirement plan at the same time as other city employees. Employees shall draw down at least
              twenty (20) hours at a time when the employee requests payment for earned compensatory time.
              Employees shall be allowed to carry over up to forty (40) hours of earned compensatory time
              from one calendar year to the next.

14.4   Community officers and officers in the specialist divisions may be allowed to use flex time. The use of
       flex time requires the consent of both the affected employee and the Chief or designate.

14.5   Officers shall have the option of taking overtime in either pay or compensatory time-off at an hourly rate
       of time and one-half (1 ½). Officers working overtime under a grant shall be allowed to take overtime in
       either pay or compensatory time unless the grant specifically restricts compensatory time as payment.

14.6   Scheduled overtime, including special events, shall be offered equally to all available officers in the
       same rank and classification on a rotation basis starting first with the employees with the greatest
       seniority. The overtime shall be posted for sign up with adequate notice to provide each officer the
       opportunity to sign up. Overtime shall be assigned based on seniority with the least amount of
       accrued special event overtime hours. The equalization of overtime list shall reset July 4th each
       year. In the event that enough officers do not sign up for an assignment, the assignment shall be
       filled starting with the officer with the least amount of seniority that has not been previously forced
       and proceed up the list to the officer with the greatest amount of seniority. Should the need result
       to force officers more than once in a year (July 4 through July 3), this process shall repeat.

       SECTION 15- SENIORITY

15.1   Each newly appointed police officer shall serve a one (1) year probationary period, which may be
       extended for up to three (3) months in the director's sole discretion. If said person is discharged from
       employment during said probationary period, there shall be no recourse to the grievance procedure as
       to said discharge and said action shall be deemed final.

15.2   There shall be two forms of seniority, date of hire into the Muskegon Police Department and
       classification seniority (date of last entry into a classification) and seniority shall be applied consistent
       with the terms of this Agreement.

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       If a member of the patrol unit enters the command unit and either fails probation or during the
       probationary period elects to return to the patrol unit, seniority will be based upon the time in both the
       patrol unit and in the command unit.

       If a member of the patrol unit enters the command unit, passes probation, and thereafter returns to the
       patrol unit, either voluntarily or involuntarily, seniority will be based upon the time in the patrol unit.

       Leaves of Absence Less Than One Year
       If a member of the patrol unit takes an approved leave of absence from the city, and such leave of
       absence does not exceed one year, seniority shall include only that time spent within the patrol unit.

       Employment Outside the Unit
       If a member of the patrol unit takes another position with the city, or takes a position with another
       employer, such member forfeits any and all seniority within the patrol unit.

15.3   Seniority shall not be affected by the race, color, creed, age, sex, marital status or dependents
       of the employee.

15.4   The seniority list as of the date of this Agreement will show the names and job titles of all
       employees in the bargaining unit and the classification seniority of each.

15.5   The Employer will keep the seniority list up to date and will provide the Union with up-to-date
       copies at least annually.

15.6   An employee shall lose his/her seniority for the following reasons only:

       a.   He/she quits, retires, receives a pension, or withdraws his/her accrued benefits.

       b.   He/she is discharged and the discharge is not reversed through the procedures set forth
            in this Agreement.

       c.   He/she is absent for three (3) consecutive working days without proper authorization of
            the Chief of Police. In proper cases, exceptions shall be made upon the employee
            producing convincing proof of his/her inability to obtain such authorization. After such
            absence, the Employer will send certified written notification to the employee at his/her
            last known address that because of his/her unexcused absence he/she has voluntarily
            quit and is no longer in the employ of the city.

       d.   If the employee does not notify the Employer within three (3) days after receipt of certified
            written notification to return to work after layoff, as to the date when the employee will return,
            which date must be within one (1) week after the delivery of such notice to his/her last known
            address. In no event shall the return to work be in excess often (10) days following receipt of
            the notification. Exceptions shall be made upon the employee producing convincing proof of
            his/her inability to return as required.

       e.   If an employee is laid off during the term of this Agreement for a continuous period equivalent to
            his/her departmental seniority. However, in no event will employees laid off for a continuous
            period in excess of five (5) years retain
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15.7   Layoffs When it becomes necessary to reduce the size of the work force, part-time employees shall be laid
       off first. Probationary employees shall be laid off second. Thereafter, the employees with the least
       seniority shall be the ones laid off in order up to the most senior employee. Employees to be laid off for an
       indefinite period shall be given at least fourteen (14) calendar days prior notice.

15.8   Recall When the work force is increased from a layoff, employees will be called back to duties according to
       seniority with the employee having the most seniority being called back first.

       SECTION 16-COURT AND CALL IN TIME

16.1   Employees shall be paid a minimum of three (3) hours at time-and-one-half for reporting to duty in
       response to mandatory call-to-duty, or voluntary assignment between their regularly scheduled
       duty shifts. excepting for court appearance as provided herein. Employees shall have the option
       of taking pay or compensatory time for call-in time.

16.2   Employees shall receive no compensation from the Employer other than their regular salary for
       court appearances while they are on regular duty.

16.3   Off-duty appearances in the Courts will be paid at time-and-one-haIf (1.5) rates with a minimum of three
       (3) hours. Off-duty appearances for reporting to virtual court proceedings will be paid at time-and-one-
       half (1.5) rates with a minimum of two (2) hours. Court appearances less than three (3) hours prior to,
       or subsequent to, the officer’s regular tour of duty would be considered as an extension of the officer’s
       regular tour of duty, and he/she will be paid for the actual overtime extending beyond the tour of duty. If
       an officer turns in a properly documented subpoena denoting witness fees and mileage, with any such
       fees to be turned over to the City, the officer shall be paid for the court appearance at a minimum of
       three (3) hours. In the event the court appearances less than three (3) hours prior to, or subsequent to,
       the officer’s regular tour of duty would be considered as an extension of the officer’s regular tour of
       duty, and he/she will be paid for the actual overtime extending beyond the tour of duty. Such subpoena
       is to be attached to a properly filled out and authorized overtime-request slip. Employees shall have the
       option of taking pay or compensatory time for court time. Hours that were spent in court may be used
       to adjust hours for the immediate next shift that the officer is scheduled to work. These hours shall
       be adjusted hour-for-hour and the employee must notify the on-duty supervisor immediately of their
       intent to use these hours at the beginning or end of their scheduled shift.

       SECTION 17 - VACATION

       Vacation time shall be accrued as follows:


               Years of Service


               1-6 years                                 84 Hours


               7-13 years                                132 Hours

               14-19 years                               170 Hours

               20+ years                                 212 hours


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       Employees shall be limited to up to a maximum of 210 hours of vacation hours for pension purposes.
17.1   Any employee of the City, other than a probationary employee, who retires, resigns or leaves the
       service of the Employer, shall be entitled to the pro-rated accumulated vacation time.

17.2   No vacation shall be taken until an employee has been on the payroll for a period of at least six (6)
       months.

17.3   A day of vacation shall be canceled for each day an employee would have worked during his/her work
       week, and shall be paid for at the rate he/she would have earned on that particular day, exclusive of
       overtime. If a paid holiday falls on a scheduled vacation day, no vacation day shall be used from the
       employee's vacation bank and the employee shall not receive holiday premium pay but will be
       construed as the employee having the holiday off and the employee shall be paid at the rate he/she
       would have earned on that particular day, exclusive of overtime.

17.4   An employee will be allowed to rollover up to forty (40) hours of vacation time to the next calendar
       year. The forty (40) hours carry over shall not accumulate from year to year.

17.5   Vacation leave shall be considered as a matter of right, and if cancelled because of work necessity of
       the department, shall be rescheduled or paid for at straight time as extra compensation for the period at
       the option of the employee. A vacation day for which extra compensation is paid shall not be
       rescheduled.

17.6   Each division head shall arrange and post on the bulletin board a vacation schedule for that division in
       advance of the vacation season. Vacation selections shall be completed with the at the same time as
       the shift draw. Vacation blocks shall run Monday through Sunday. All vacations shall be selected
       within each division by departmental seniority. Within the Road patrol, vacation draw shall be by shift by
       departmental seniority. Vacation time may be taken in one (1) day increments. One-day selections shall
       be made after draws for blocks of time have been made. Priority of use, so long as approval has not
       already been made, shall be Floating Holiday, then Vacation, then Comp Time. Within classes of time,
       seniority shall control. No officer shall select more than two weeks during the months of June, July and
       August unless, after all officers have selected vacations, all available weeks are not taken during this
       period may be drawn by any officer on a first-come first-served basis. The shift bid and vacation
       selection process shall begin on October 15th and be completed before Thanksgiving each year.

17.7   In accumulating vacation leave, sick leave not exceeding one hundred thirty-two
       (132) days in any one year shall be counted as time worked. Absence because of duty-connected
       disability shall be counted as time worked for a period of one hundred eighty (180) calendar days
       from the date of injury.
17.8   Employees may cash out any unused vacation time at 100%. The funds may be taken as cash or
       in contributions to an eligible deferred compensation plan once per year. Unused vacation shall be
       paid out with the first payroll in December of each year. Should there be unforeseen circumstances
       that cause officers not to use scheduled vacation in December, the vacation will be rolled over to the
       next year.

17.9   Officers shall not be forced to work on any days contiguous with their drawn block of vacation time that
       were scheduled off days. For example, an officer is scheduled off on Friday, Saturday and Sunday
       prior to his vacation the following week, the officer cannot be forced to work the listed Friday, Saturday


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       or Sunday.

       SECTION 18 - SICK LEAVE

       Sick leave shall be accumulated at the rate of 3.7 hours per pay period of employment during the
       preceding calendar year. The accumulation shall not exceed 96 hours during any one calendar
       year.

18.1   All sick leave time shall be accumulated according to the time worked during the preceding calendar
       year, but may be anticipated during any current year upon authorization of the department head
       and the City Manager.

18.2   Sick leave may be accumulated up to a maximum of 1,056 hours and in no event shall sick leave
       be accumulated by any employee in excess of 1,056 hours. After an employee has accumulated
       1,056 hours of accrued, unused sick leave, then all additional accruals shall be paid annually at
       the rate of seventy five percent (75%) of such accrual in excess of 1,056 hours. All payments due
       under this section shall be paid annually on January 31 of the calendar year next succeeding the
       accrual.

18.3   1 hour of sick leave shall be canceled for each hour an employee would have worked during the
       normal work week, and shall be paid for at the rate an employee would have earned on that
       particular day, exclusive of overtime.

18.4   Vacation time, sick leave, or absence because of duty-connected disability shall be counted as
       days worked in calculating sick leave for a period of one hundred eighty (180) days in accordance
       with Section 19.11.

18.5   An employee may request to anticipate sick leave during the first year of employment, which, if
       granted, shall be deducted from his/her accumulation during that year.

18.6   Sick leave will be taken only for the following reasons:

       (a)   Any illness an employee may contract preventing him/her from performing normally and
             safely at work;

       (b)   Any illness from contagious disease not duty-related which could affect the health of others;

       (c)   Any injury or illness to the employee's spouse, child, stepchild, whether it
             requires hospitalization or not. Any injury or illness to the employee's mother, father, mother-
             in-law or father-in-law, which requires the hospitalization of that individual;

       (d)   Any serious illness as evidenced by a written physician's report, to the spouse, child or
             stepchild of the employee which serious illness requires the employee's absence from duty;

       (e)   Any non-duty disability an employee may sustain, except injury sustained while in the employ
             of another, or an injury sustained during the commission of a felony or high court
             misdemeanor by the officer.

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             consecutive work hours. This will not preclude the Employer from requesting verification of
             illness of less than twenty-four (24) consecutive work hours if the employee has shown a
             pattern which would indicate misuse of sick leave.

       (g)   Any employee who is off at the request of the Employer because of a duty related exposure to a
             contagious disease which is documented from Employer's records (for example, hepatitis) shall
             be paid the regular salary for all lost time, without loss of sick time. This shall include any time off
             the employee is required to take due to Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidelines, Federal,
             State, or Local emergency orders or any other medically mandated reason due to exposure to
             any contagious diseases. The City reserves the right to submit and receive worker’s
             compensation benefits to reimburse the city for associated costs.

18.7   An employee's absence from work due to duty-connected disability, incurred in the employment of
       the City shall receive his straight time salary for the period of said disability and absence, but not
       to exceed five (5) days commencing the date of the injury in which event said employee's earned
       sick leave shall be used at the rate of one-third (1/3) sick leave day for each day of such service-
       connected disability, until such sick leave accumulation has been exhausted, at which time such
       payments out of the operating funds of the department involved shall cease, unless the City
       Commission shall authorize an extension of leave in the manner provided in Section 19.8 hereof.
       Checks for such service-connected disability will be issued only upon receipt of a statement signed
       by the Employer's physician to the effect that the injured employee is unable to perform his/her
       regular duties or such other temporary tasks available in the framework of the City functions.

18.8   In the event of a confining illness, and provided the sick leave accumulation has been exhausted,
       the City Commission may authorize an extension of leave to the extent of five (5) days for each
       year of service, not to exceed an additional sixty (60) working days. Provided, however, that, in
       the case of an employee who shall have been in the City service for more than fifteen (15) years,
       such additional leave may be extended not to exceed six (6) months, instead of sixty (60) working
       days.

18.9   No compensation for sick leave will be authorized if the employee fails to notify the department at least
       one-half hour before his/her normal starting time.

18.10 Upon termination of employment, accrued sick leave will be compensated at the rate of one
      hundred (100%), of the value of the accumulated sick leave, providing the employee has worked a
      minimum of twelve (12) months.

18.11 If an employee is absent from work due to duty-connected disability, for a period of one hundred eighty
      (180) calendar days from date of injury, said employee will continue to accrue sick leave, vacation
      leave, and longevity payments in accordance with this section but will not accrue holiday pay. All
      insurance benefits accorded the working employee will remain in force during duty-connected
      disablement. This provision may be extended past one hundred eighty (180) days at the discretion of
      the Employer.

       Employer shall provide four (4) weeks paid Family Leave for any employee for the birth of their child or
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       SECTION 19 - HOLIDAY PAY

19.1 The Employer will recognize the following paid holidays:

       New Year's Day (January 1)

       Martin Luther King Day

       Easter
       Memorial Day
       Independence Day

       Labor Day

       Veteran's Day

       Thanksgiving Day
       Christmas Day (December 25)
       Employees shall be paid two and one half (2.5) times their regular hourly rate of pay for all hours
       worked on a holiday.

       Payment of holiday pay may be taken in the following method:
                   a.   Twelve hours (12) of straight time pay; and
                   b.   Up to Eighteen (18) hours of compensatory time. (Employee’s Choice)

       If a patrol officer is scheduled off on a holiday, they shall receive twelve (12) hours of compensatory
       time. If a patrol officer is scheduled to work a holiday and the employee is ordered not to work, you will
       be compensated in pay for your regular hourly rate of pay for the hours the employee was scheduled to
       work. Holidays start with the day shift and continue for the next twenty-four (24) hours.

       In the event that a holiday falls on a normal day off, the employee shall receive a comp day off. In the
       event that the holiday falls on what would normally be an authorized sick time, such time shall not be
       taken from the employee's sick leave bank, but will be construed as the employee having the holiday
       off.

19.2 Each employee will receive thirty-six hours (36) for floating holidays plus twelve hours per year. These
     floating holidays shall be permitted for personal leave purposes, excluding illness, and not in conjunction
     with any paid holiday observed under this Agreement. The established department procedure and policy
     for requesting leave shall be observed for scheduling the "floating" holidays. Floating holidays must be
     taken within the calendar year in which earned and may not be carried over to the next succeeding
     calendar year.
       For new hires and only during the first calendar year of employment, floating holidays may be taken at
       the rate of one floating holiday per quarter.

19.3   In lieu of the additional holiday pay, non-uniformed and specialist personnel shall have the days off with
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19.4 If a paid holiday falls within the employee's authorized vacation period, said paid holiday should be
     taken as a leave day on the next scheduled working day with full pay at the straight time rate. Holiday
     pay shall apply to the observed holiday under the State of Michigan Monday Holiday Law, and to the
     calendar holiday if a designated paid holiday is not such a Monday holiday. For purposes of this
     agreement, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day are observed on December 25 and January 1,
     respectively and not on the "Monday", whether or not there are legal Monday holidays in
     connection therewith. A duty period beginning or ending on the observed holiday is a paid holiday;
     however, the employee shall be entitled to only one holiday a pay period for each observed
     holiday in this Agreement, except where more than one (1) observed holiday falls within the
     period. An employee required to double back and serve another shift on an observed holiday as a
     result of a normal shift change will be compensated for his/her additional shift at the holiday pay
     rate.

      SECTION 20 - BEREAVEMENT LEAVE

           In the event there is a death in the immediate family of any employee, consisting only of parent,
      grandparent, brother, sister, mother-in-law, father-in-law, son-in-law, daughter-in-law, brother-in-law,
      sister-in-law, and grandchild, and the employee attends the funeral service, such employee shall be
      granted up to a twenty-four (24) hour leave of absence with full pay. Where death occurs to the
      employee's spouse or child, the employee shall be granted up to a forty-eight (48) hour leave of
      absence with full pay. An employee shall be granted up to twelve (12) hours absence with pay in the
      event of a death in the family of such employee other than hereinbefore set forth, provided the
      employee attends the funeral service.

      SECTION 21 - UNIFORMS

      The Parties agreed to establish a committee to address necessary equipment and uniforms.

21.1 The employer shall supply authorized uniforms (all seasons), accessories, equipment, firearm(s), long
     gun(s), foot wear, at the Employer’s expense.

21.2 Dry cleaning shall be provided and rules and procedures covering specifications shall be provided
     by the Director of Public Safety. The Police Department shall supply authorized uniforms (all
     seasons), accessories, equipment and footwear at the Department's expense. The Police
     Department will implement a policy with a detailed list of items that will be
     issued/supplied/maintained to sworn police officers during employment. Officers may request
     specialized uniforms, gear, and equipment not provided by the Department, which if authorized by
     the Director of Public Safety may be purchased by the employee.

21.3 The employer shall provide a civilian clothing allowance for police personnel assigned to plain
     clothes tasks in the amount of $650.00 annually, paid bi-weekly and subject to Rules and
     Regulations provided by the Chief of Police.

21.4 The Employer will provide an annual dry-cleaning allowance of $325.00 which shall be paid bi-
     weekly for police personnel assigned to plain clothes tasks.

      The Employer shall provide bulletproof vests to all employees. All employees, unless specifically
      excluded by order of the Chief of Police, shall be required to wear the bulletproof vests. A Bulletproof




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       vests replacement program will be established that ensures vests are kept within the manufacture’s
       recommendations regarding the condition and lifespan of the vests.

21.5   FIREARMS

               1.    The City shall not require officers to purchase a duty weapon.
               2.    The City shall purchase and supply to all officers a Glock 9 mm semi-automatic weapon
                     and ammunition for on duty purposes and maintain that weapon.
               3.    If officers hired after January 1, 2017 choose to carry a backup firearm, they shall carry a
                     Glock 9mm of their choosing, provided they can qualify with it on the MCOLES course for
                     duty firearms at each range.
               4.    The City of Muskegon Police Department will set up a Blue Line purchase of a Glock 9mm
                     for all officers as soon as possible.
               5.    If an officer qualified with a .380, 9mm, or .45 during the Fall 2017 range, they will be
                     allowed to use that firearm as a backup firearm provided, they can qualify with it on the
                     MCOLES course for duty firearms at each range. The individual officer must provide their
                     own qualification ammunition and department approved duty ammunition, if they choose
                     to use a backup firearm that is not a 9mm. A letter from a licensed firearms dealer stating
                     that the firearm is in proper working order shall be submitted to the City of Muskegon
                     Police Department yearly.
               6.    The City of Muskegon Police Department will purchase all 9mm ammunition for
                     qualification and duty ammunition for duty firearms and backup firearms.
               7.    The City of Muskegon Police Department will maintain and inspect backup Glock 9mm
                     firearms annually. If the Glock 9mm firearm displays a defect or needs repair from normal
                     usage, the City of Muskegon Police Department will fix the Glock 9mm firearm at no
                     charge to the individual officer.
               8.    The holster for a backup gun must be approved by the City of Muskegon Director of Public
                     Safety or his designee.
               9.    Officers of the City of Muskegon can carry their duty weapon and backup weapon off-duty
                     under authority of the City of Muskegon Police Department.
       SECTION 22-INSURANCE

22.1 HEALTH INSURANCE, EMPLOYEES AND DEPENDENTS
     The Employer has in effect, covering each of the employees covered by this Agreement and
     his/her dependents, a group hospital-medical insurance and major-medical plan administered
     by a health care administrator. During the life of this Agreement, the same insurance, or
     insurance comparable to that presently in effect (as of 1/1/89), will be maintained by the
     Employer on behalf of each employee, except as modified herein. During the life of this
     Agreement, each employee shall receive the option of enrolling in a Health Maintenance
     Organization. The Health Maintenance Organization's benefits are not within the control of the
     employer and, as such, subject to change by the Health Maintenance Organization. The group
     hospital major medical health plan (City plan) shall include dependents, and have a major
     medical cap of $500,000 per covered individual.

       Children required to be supported by the employee by court order covering the employee are
       included as dependents under the health care plan regardless of residence of the said child.

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      Effective January 1, 2002, the Employer shall pay the full cost of health insurance, as Jong as
      premiums do not exceed $400 per month. Effective August 1, 2012, Employee shall pay ten
      percent (10%) of the monthly health care premium.

     HRA DEDUCTIBLE
     Subject to the terms of the annual contract with the City’s health insurance provider, the City shall pay
     the Health Reimbursement Account (HRA) deductible ($4000 per individual; $8000 per double or
     family), contingent upon Employee and spouse (if any) participating in the Wellness Program.

      PRESCRIPTIONS

      Effective October 18, 2004, the prescription drug plan shall have a drug rider of $20 co-pay for
      generic drugs, and $40 for name brand. However, if there is no generic drug available, the co-pay
      shall be $20 for brand name drugs. For employees in the HMO, the HMO shall determine the co-
      pay.

     The Employer may offer prescription drugs by mail order, with employees encouraged to use such
     benefit.

      During the life of this agreement, the same group hospitalization and major medical insurance or
      insurance comparable to that in effect as of January 1, 1995 shall be maintained by the Employer
      on behalf of employees who retire under the age of 65. Upon attaining age 65, the employee's
      coverage shall be changed to a Medicare supplement.

      For employees who are hired after June 1, 2008, the city will not provide retiree prescription
      coverage after age 65.

     All employees who retire after ratification of the 2010-2011 contract shall have retiree prescription
     coverage until they reach Medicare eligible age and then it will cease.

     For employees who retire after January 1, 2012, the city will not provide retiree prescription
     coverage. Retirees who are eligible for major medical health care coverage shall receive
     prescription drug coverage pursuant to that plan. The City shall pay $41.00 per month toward the
     Medicare Part D premium or the full amount of the monthly premium, whichever is less, for each
     retiree who is eligible for Medicare Part D coverage.

22.2 PROFESSIONAL LIABILITY
     The parties have agreed that the Employer shall purchase police professional liability insurance for and
     on behalf of each of the police officers covered by this Agreement. The limits of liability for this policy are
     as follows:

      Each person $250,000; each incident $500,000.

22.3 TERM LIFE
     The Employer will, during the life of this Agreement, maintain term life insurance on the life of each of
     the covered employees in a face amount equal to the annual salary of such employee. Employer shall
     provide a policy providing for double indemnity (two times the Employee's annual base salary) in the
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22.4 DENTAL

     The Employer will provide a dental insurance plan for each employee and during the term of this
     Agreement, the same dental insurance, or dental insurance comparable to that in effect as of
     1/1/84, will be maintained by the Employer on behalf of each employee.

22.5 RETIREES, HEALTH INSURANCE
     During the life of this agreement, the same Medicare supplement or comparable to that in effect on
     January 1, 1995 shall be maintained by the Employer on behalf of retirees and their spouse.

     Effective 1/1/01, City will pay for Part A of Medicare for the retiree and spouse, but only so long as
     they cannot otherwise obtain Medicare. The retiree would need to provide annual verification from
     Medicare that they do not qualify for Medicare.

22.6 RETIREES, SEPARATION DATE 1/1/90- 12/31/92
     For retired employees age 65 or older who retire on or after January I, 1990 and before December
     31, 1992, the City shall maintain a prescription drug plan with a drug rider providing for a $2 co-pay
     for generic drugs and a $5 co-pay for brand name drugs, provided that said retirees shall pay each
     month to the City a sum equal to 60% of the average cost per employee of a prescription drug plan.
     Eligibility for such plan by said retirees shall be available at any time after age 65 subject only to
     enrollment periods as determined by the administrator.

22.7 RETIREES, SEPARATION BETWEEN 1/1/93 AND 12/31/00
     For retired employees age 65 or older who retire on or after January 1, 1993 and before December
     31, 2004, the Employer shall maintain a prescription drug plan with a $2 co-pay for generic drugs
     and a $5 co-pay for brand name drugs for and on behalf of employees within this bargaining unit
     and their spouses. This coverage shall terminate upon the death of the retiree and their spouse.

22.8 RETIREES, SEPARATION DATE AFTER 12/31/04
     For retired employees who retire on or after October 18, 2004, the Employer shall maintain a
     prescription drug plan with a $20 co-pay for generic drugs and a $40 co- pay for brand name drugs
     for and on behalf of employees within this bargaining unit and their spouses. Under this coverage, if
     there is no generic drug available, the co-pay shall be $20 for brand name drugs. This coverage
     shall terminate upon the death of the retiree and their spouse.

22.9 DEFERRED RETIREMENT
     Beginning January 1, 2022, an officer, who is eligible for RETIREE healthcare benefits, that elects to
     take a deferred retirement shall be eligible for healthcare benefits at age 50 provided that they have 20
     years of service with the Muskegon Police Department. If an officer, who is eligible for RETIREE
     healthcare benefits, has served 25 or more years with the Muskegon Police Department (This does not
     include purchased service time.), he/she shall be eligible for healthcare benefits at the time that they
     elect to take a deferred retirement. Should an officer take a deferred retirement before reaching 20
     years of service, they shall collect their earned retirement benefit at age 55.

22.10 PRESCRIPTIONS, RETIREES- SEPARATION AFTER 1/1/01
     Prescription insurance for retirees shall be coordinated with Medicare in such a way as to
     require federal payment first. Retirees are required to use mail order prescriptions, except
     where not available, where the drugs are maintenance drugs, or are prescribed for a period
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        available, and excluding if the physician requires "dispense as written" (DAW). For employees
        who retire after January 1, 2001, the retiree prescription co-pay shall be the amount employees
        pay at the time of their retirement.

22.11     COVERAGE
        For employees who retire on or after September 1, 2004, the City's obligation to provide retiree
        health insurance and prescription is limited to the retired employee, the retiree's spouse at the
        time of retirement, and the retiree's dependents, if any, at the time of retirement.

        For Employees hired after June 1, 2012, the city will not provide retiree healthcare and retiree
        prescription coverage Effective January 1, 2022, the employer shall contribute six percent (6%)
        and the employee shall contribute a total of three percent (3%) to the Healthcare Savings Plan.
        Effective January 1, 2023 the employee shall contribute a total of four percent (4%) to the
        Healthcare Savings Plan. Effective January 1, 2024 the employee shall contribute a total of five
        percent (5%) to the Healthcare Savings Plan. Effective January 1, 2025 the employee shall
        contribute a total of six percent (6%) to the Healthcare Savings Plan. The contributions shall be
        based on the employee’s W-2 wages.

22.12 Beginning January 1, 2022, a terminated officer, who is eligible for healthcare benefits, shall be eligible
      for reduced healthcare benefits as outlined in the agreement. For example, if an officer has 20 years of
      service their benefit shall be as follows: 20 years of service x 4 = 80%. $500,000 maximum benefit x
      80% = $400,000 total healthcare benefits. Currently, the City’s retiree health care plan is self-funded,
      and does not carry a traditional monthly purchase cost from an insurance provider. In the event the City
      moves to a traditional retiree health care plan that carries a monthly plan cost, the employee that is
      eligible for a reduced benefit in this scenario shall be responsible for their appropriate percentage of the
      monthly cost. For example: If an employee has 80% benefit, the city will pay 80% of this plan and the
      employee will pay 20%. Failure to pay that monthly cost will result in termination of retiree health care
      benefits. The earliest an employee can begin collecting a reduced benefit is 20 years from their original
      date of hire AND age 50. If an employee has less than 20 years of service, they shall collect healthcare
      benefits at age 55.

        SECTION 23 - MEDICAL LEAVES OF ABSENCE

            Employees holding positions in the Classified Service shall be entitled to a leave of absence for
        reasons of health sufficient in the opinion of the Commission to warrant such leave. Such leave of
        absence may require three (3) years continuous service with the City, and may be granted for one
        (1) year and renewed upon proper application.

        SECTION 24 - MILITARY LEAVE

            The right to reemployment and the continuing seniority rights are guaranteed for any
        employee, now or hereinafter upon the seniority list, and who now or hereinafter is a member of
        the Armed Forces of the United States, State of Michigan.

 24.1 Such leave of absence shall be granted employees in the Classified Service for service in
      defense of the Country, or who are members of the National Guard or militia, or of the reserve
      corps, or forces in the Federal military, naval, marine or coast guard service as authorized and
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     be entitled to the rights and privileges authorized by said Veterans Preference Act with respect to
     status and reemployment.

24.2 Whenever employees who are members of the National Guard Naval Reserve, Army Reserve,
     Marine Reserve or Air Force Reserve are called to active duty, they shall be entitled to a leave
     of absence, in addition to their annual vacation leave from their respective duties, without loss
     or gain of pay, for such time as they are engaged in active-duty defense training. Such leaves
     not to exceed two calendar weeks (ten working days). The City, for such period, shall pay the
     employee the difference between the employee's gross military salary (but not including
     quarters, living, meal allowances and such), and the employee's gross straight time salary for
     the period of defense training.

     The employee shall furnish a copy of his or her military check for determination of the difference
     and issuance of the City's paycheck.

24.3 Employees who have been called to active duty in the armed services of the United States,
     and are under military leave from the City of Muskegon, (including annual two-week reservist
     duty), shall have their base military leave pay annualized and then converted to a bi-weekly
     amount, in order to offset the employee's regular City paycheck.

24.4 Employees who have been in the armed services of the United States, under military leave
     from the City of Muskegon, shall, upon reinstatement to reemployment, be given credit for
     accumulated sick leave for the time spent in the armed services the same as though the time
     spent in the military service had been spent in the employment of the City of Muskegon,
     providing that such employee has received an honorable separation from the armed services.

24.5 Members who are called to active duty with the Armed Forces of the United States shall have
     the rights and duties as prescribed by the City of Muskegon Civil Service Rule IX, Section 2(2),
     "Military Leave of Absence" rule as it may be amended from time to time. The members of this
     unit are entitled to the greater of the benefits provided by the “Military Leave of Absence” rule,
     this contract City Commission policy and federal law.

     SECTION 25 - SALARY AGREEMENT

     Wages and salaries for employees covered by this Agreement shall be for the term of this
     Agreement, and shall be in accordance with the Schedule set forth in Appendix A attached
     hereto and incorporated herein by reference.

25.1 There shall be neither pyramiding of the overtime provisions of this Agreement nor
     pyramidingof overtime provisions with holiday pay.

25.2 The straight time rate for the purpose of computing overtime and holiday pay and other benefits
     shall be the annual salary divided by 2184hours.

25.3 Employees shall have their payroll checks directly deposited into their designated bank
     account. The Employee's full net pay (100%) must be directly deposited.



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     SECTION 26 - LONGEVITY PAY PLAN - RULES AND REGULATIONS

     All employees with five (5) years of service will be eligible for longevity pay.

26.1 Semi-annual payments to be paid in June and December using the following formula:

     2% of base pay after 5 years of service
     4% of base pay after 10 years of service
     6% of base pay after 15 years of service
     8% of base pay after 20 years of service
     10% of base pay after 25 years of service

     Longevity payments shall be based on a maximum salary of $15,000.

26.2 Anyone whose employment with the Employer has been terminated and the termination is not
     overturned, will be considered as a new employee should he/she return.

26.3 Any employee who reaches 5, 10, 15, 20 or 25 years of service on or before June 30, and is on the
     payroll as of June 1st, will be eligible for half (1/2) the longevity payment in June and each
     successive semi-annual payment in December and June thereafter. Any employee who reaches 5,
     10, 15, 20 or 25 years of service on or before December 31 and is on the payroll as of December
     1st, will receive half (1/2) of the longevity payment in December and each successive semi-annual
     payment thereafter.

26.4 During the calendar year in which an employee retires under one of the City's retirement plans,
     he/she shall be entitled to receive, at the time of the semi-annual payment of longevity, a pro-rated
     portion of his/her longevity pay based on days worked.

26.5 All compensation for employees is subject to deduction for income tax and retirement benefits.

26.6 Employees who are absent due to work-related injuries shall receive longevity pay in accordance
     with Section 19.11.

     Longevity pay will be eliminated effective December 31, 2027

     SECTION 27 - NO STRIKE CLAUSE

     During the life of this Agreement, the Union shall not cause or permit its members to cause, nor shall
     any member of the Union take part in any sit-down, stay-in, slow-down, curtailment of work,
     restriction of production, or interference of the operation and services of the Employer.

     The Union shall not cause or permit its members to cause nor shall any member of the Union take
     part in any strike or stoppage of any of the Employer's operations.

27.1 The Union agrees it will take prompt affirmative action to prevent or stop unauthorized strikes,
     work stoppages, slowdowns of work, picketing or work interference of any kind by notifying the
     employees that it disavows these acts. The Union further agrees that the Employer shall have the
     right to discipline (including discharge) any or all employees who violate this Section, and such


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     action shall not be subject to the Grievance Procedure of this Agreement. In addition, the
     Employer shall have the right to terminate this Agreement by notice in writing to the Union in
     addition to any remedies it may have for violation by law. In addition, the Employer shall have the
     right to seek injunctive relief and damages against the Union.

27.2 The committeemen and officers of the Union shall take prompt affirmative action to try to prevent
     any wildcat strike, work stoppage, slow-down of work, picketing, or work interference of any kind.

27.3 The Employer, for its part, agrees that there shall be no lockout during the term of this Agreement.
     This lockout provision shall not apply in the event of any strike taking place during the life of this
     Agreement.

     SECTION 28- WAIVER CLAUSE

     The parties acknowledge that during the negotiation which resulted in this Agreement each had
     the unlimited right and opportunity to make demands and proposals with respect to any subject
     matter not removed by law from the area of collective bargaining, and that the understandings and
     agreements arrived at by the parties after the exercise of this right and opportunity are set forth in
     this Agreement. Therefore, the Employer and the Union, for the life of this Agreement, each
     voluntarily and unqualifiedly waives the right, and each agrees that the other shall not be obligated,
     to bargain collectively with respect to any subject or matter referred to or covered by this
     Agreement and with respect to any subject or matter not specifically referred to or covered in this
     Agreement, even though such subject or matter may not have been within the knowledge or
     contemplation of either or both of the parties at the time that they negotiated or signed this
     Agreement.

     SECTION 29 - MAINTENANCE OF STANDARDS

29.1 The parties acknowledge that there are standards and conditions of employment which are not
     affected by, or recorded in, this Agreement. The City and the Union intend and agree to maintain
     those standards and conditions during the duration of this Agreement.

29.2 The parties acknowledge the existence and application of the City of Muskegon Civil Service
     Rules and Regulations. The promotional process used to promote from patrol officer to Police
     Sergeant shall include a written examination, an oral examination, promotional points and a two-
     year requirement as a City of Muskegon Patrol Officer. All other aspects of the promotional
     process, and employment matters not covered by this Agreement, shall be as provided for in the
     Civil Service Rules and Regulations.

     SECTION 30- VALIDITY

         If any parts of this Agreement are found to be illegal, such illegality shall not in any way
     affect any other parts of this Agreement.

     SECTION 31 - SAVINGS CLAUSE

        If any Article or Section of the Agreement or any addendum thereto should be held invalid by
     operation of law or by any tribunal of competent jurisdiction, the remainder of the Agreement and
     addenda shall not be affected thereby, and the parties shall enter into immediate collective


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       bargaining negotiations for the purpose of arriving at a mutually satisfactory replacement for such
       Article or Section.

       SECTION 32 - EDUCATION PAYMENT

           Police Officers who have received academic degrees from accredited institutions for
       curriculum completed in the field of police science shall be entitled to the following payment: for
       the Associate Degree, $500.00 per twelve months; for the Bachelor Degree, $750.00 per twelve
       months.

          Said annual payment shall be pro-rated for bi-weekly pay periods following official notice to the
       Chief of Police that said degree has been conferred upon the police officer. Said payment will be
       payable in one lump sum during the first two (2) weeks of December of each year.

          The amount of the payment shall not be computed for overtime or fringe benefit purposes.
       Other degrees will be considered for this payment if they contribute to the service of the Public.

       SECTION 33 DEFINED BENEFIT RETIREMENT PLAN

33.1   ELIGIBILITY. The Defined Benefit Retirement Plan is applicable only to unit members hired on or
       before July 28, 2006.

33.2   TRANSFER TO MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES’ RETIREMENT SYSTEM. Effective July 1, 2006,
       the assets and liabilities of the City of Muskegon Police- Fire Retirement System associated
       with City employees represented by Police Officers Labor Council shall be transferred to the
       Municipal Employees Retirement System (MERS). Employees shall no longer have any rights
       from claims against or participation in the City of Muskegon Police-Fire Retirement System.

33.3   CONTRIBUTION RATE. Effective January 1,2023, Employees in the defined benefit pension shall
       contribute an additional one-half percent (.5%) toward the pension system. Effective January 1,
       2024 Employees in the defined benefit pension shall contribute an additional one-half percent (.5%)
       toward the pension system. Effective January 1, 2025, Employees in the defined benefit pension
       shall contribute an additional one-half percent (.5%) toward the pension system. Effective
       January 1, 2026 employees in the defined benefit pension shall contribute an additional one-half
       percent (.5%) toward the pension system. Effective January 1, 2027 employees in the defined
       benefit pension shall contribute an additional one-half percent (.5%) toward the pension system.
       Effective January 1, 2028 employees in the defined benefit pension shall contribute an additional
       one-half percent (.5%) toward the pension system for a total contribution of six percent (6%). The
       contributions shall be based on the employee’s W-2 wages.

33.4   RETIREMENT BENEFIT. An Employee who retires after July 1, 2006 shall be entitled to a
       retirement benefit pursuant to MERS Benefit Program. For Employees who retire after
       January 1, 2009 and before December 31, 2016, the pension multiplier shall be 3.0% of final
       average compensation (MERS FAC-3), not to exceed 75% of employee's final average
       compensation.

       An employee who retires on or after January 1, 2017 shall receive a bridged benefit as
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   a) A pension multiplier of 3.0% for service prior to January 1, 2017 times the employee's "frozen
      final average compensation''. "Frozen final average compensation" is defined as the highest
      compensation in thirty-six consecutive months between the date of hire and December 31,
      2016; plus

   b) A pension multiplier of 2.67% for service on or after January 1, 2017 times the employee's
      "termination final average compensation". "Termination final average compensation" is
      defined as the highest compensation in thirty-six consecutive months between the date of hire
      and date of separation.

   c) The total pension benefit shall not exceed 80% of the "termination final average
      compensation."

       Employees shall also be entitled to the MERS RS50 spousal benefit. Effective January 1,
       2012, final average compensation shall not include more than 240 hours of leave time.

33.5   DEFERRED RETIREMENT. Effective July 1, 2006 a former Employee who is vested (MERS V-
       10) and is entitled to a deferred retirement benefit shall receive those deferred benefits
       afforded by MERS. A member who elects to receive a deferred retirement shall receive the
       benefit that was in place at the time they left employment.

33.6   DISABILITY BENEFITS. Effective July 1, 2006 an Employee eligible for disability benefits, as
       determined by MERS, shall receive those disability benefits afforded by MERS (MERS D-2).

33.7 RETIREMENT ELIGIBILITY. Employees are eligible to retire at age fifty (50)
      with twenty-five (25) years of service (MERS F50/25) or at age fifty-five (55) with ten (10) years of
     service (MERS F55/10).

33.8   WITHDRAWAL OF EMPLOYEE CONTRIBUTIONS. To the extent allowed by MERS, an
       Employee who retires on or after July 1, 2006 may elect to be paid a refund of the
       accumulated contributions standing to the member's credit at the effective date of retirement.
       Upon election of this refund provision, the retiree's MERS pension payment options shall be
       reduced by an amount that is actuarially equivalent to the refunded accumulated
       contributions.
33.9   OUTSTANDING SICK LEAVE. Accumulated sick leave hours paid out at retirement at seventy-five
       percent (75%) rate under Section 19.10 will be re-classified as vacation time for purposes of computing
       the final average compensation reported to MERS. The maximum number of reclassified sick leave
       hours included in the Employee's FAC computation will be 144 hours.

33.10 PURCHASING ADDITIONAL SERVICE CREDIT. To the extent allowed by MERS, members may
      purchase additional service credit at actuarial cost.

33.11 POST-RETIREMENT BENEFIT ESCALATOR. The City Commission will decide each year
      whether and to what extent a MERS Flexible E post-retirement benefit shall be given.

       SECTION 34 - DEFINED CONTRIBUTION_RETIREMENT PLAN

34.1   ELIGIBILITY. The Defined Contribution Retirement Plan shall apply to all members of this unit that


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          entered the unit after July 28, 2006.

34.2      CONTRIBUTIONS. For paychecks issued after January 1, 2020, members in this plan shall
          contribute six (6%) percent of compensation and the City shall contribute thirteen (13.0%)
          percent of compensation. Compensation shall be Medicare taxable wages as reported on the
          employee's W-2.

          Employees shall be allowed to make additional contributions to the DC plan up to the current IRS
          maximum.

34.3      VESTING. Member contributions shall be fully vested immediately. City contributions shall
          become vested according to the following schedule:

          20% after the first full year of service;
          40% after the second full year of service;
          60% after the third full year of service;
          80% after the fourth full year of service;
          100% after the fifth full year of service.

34.4      LONG-TERM DISABILITY. Effective on the first day of the month after enrollment, a long-term
          disability insurance policy shall be provided for members of this unit who are members of the
          Defined Contribution Retirement Plan.

34.5      INTERNAL REVENUE CODE COMPLIANCE. This plan shall fully comply with all Internal
          Revenue Code provisions, regulations, and rulings. To the extent that there is a conflict, the
          Internal Revenue Code supersedes any collective bargaining agreement provision

          SECTION 35 - MERS HEALTH CARE SAVINGS PLAN

               Members of the unit will be allowed to contribute to the MERS Health Care Savings Plan
          (HCSP) by the following methods:

          (1) Cash out up to forty (40) hours of compensatory time at the end of the calendar year.
          (2) Payout of accumulated sick leave as under the schedule listed below. Payout shall be one
          hundred percent (100%) of the Employee's rate of pay at the time of the payout:

       Amount of Sick Leave Accrued as of First of        Maximum Number of Hours May Be Cashed Out
       the Year:                                           Annually:

   Less than 160 hours                                    0 hours
   160 hours to 320 hours                                 80 hours
   321 hours to 480 hours                                 120 hours
   481 hours or more                                      160 hours




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     SECTION 36 -RESIDENCY

         The Union acknowledges the City's desire to encourage residency but not require such for
     employees of this bargaining unit. Effective January 1, 1999, all employees who were
     members of this bargaining unit are free to maintain their residence at any location and are no
     longer bound by collective bargaining agreements requiring residency.

         Union acknowledges that City may adopt, amend, modify or eliminate any incentive plan
     to encourage employees to live in the city. For purposes of any incentive, City reserves the
     right, in its sole discretion, to determine whether an employee is a resident. The incentives will
     not eliminate, change or modify any present benefit provided for in this collective bargaining
     agreement.

     Members of the Unit shall be eligible to participate in any residency incentive program provided by the
     City to other represented or non-represented employees.

     SECTION 37-PART-TIME POLICE OFFICERS

     The Employer may hire part-time police officers. Part-time police officers may be used subject
     to the following conditions:
37.1 Part-time employees shall not be union members and are not entitled to union membership benefits
     as outline in this collective bargaining agreement.

37.2 Part-time employees shall not be scheduled to work more than 29 hours per week per employee.

37.3 Part-time employees will be limited to the following work assignments: Beaches/Parks, Special
     Events, Evidence Room, Schools, Hospital Security, College Campus Security, other overtime
     refused by full-time officers.

37.4 Full-time employees shall always have the first opportunity to work overtime assignments.

37.5 Part-time employees shall not work patrol assignments until they have finished the full FTO
     program designed for patrol officers.

37.6 Part-time employees shall cumulatively work a maximum of 7,000 hours annually. Training hours
     shall not be counted in the maximum total.

37.7 No part-time employees shall work if there are any layoffs of full-time employees.

37.8 In order to utilize the services of part-time employees as described in this Section, the City agrees to
     employ a minimum of 66 full-time officers, including command officers. This shall be satisfied as long as
     the City is in the hiring process, regardless of the number of full-time officers currently employed. The City
     shall be considered in the Hiring Process for the first 180 days from the date of the most recent retirement,
     resignation, termination, or promotion from the Unit. If after the 180-day hiring period, the department is not
     at 66 or more full-time sworn officers, the Union may provide the City with a notice of violation, and the City
     shall have 60 days to fill at least 51% of the positions needed to fulfill the 66-officer minimum. The City
     shall have an additional 60 days to fill the remaining positions to fulfill the 66-officer minimum.

     ***Nothing in this agreement prevents the city from hiring more than 66 Full-Time Sworn Officers.

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SECTION 38 - DRUG TESTING POLICY

            The parties agree to follow the city drug testing policies.

SECTION 39 - PHYSICAL FITNESS

            Members of the Unit shall be eligible to participate in any physical fitness or wellness
            programs provided by the City to other represented or non-represented employees.

SECTION 40 - MISCELLANOUS

     a. Each employee shall be provided two (2) Universal Parking passes that can be used at the
        beach, city owned park, structure, or any street where the City of Muskegon requires payment
        fees to park.

SECTION 41 - LOCAL GOVERNMENT AND SCHOOL DISTRICT FISCAL ACCOUNTABILITY ACT

An emergency manager appointed under the Local Government and School District Fiscal
Accountability Act, MCL §141.1501 et. seq., shall be allowed to reject, modify, or terminate this
collective bargaining agreement as provided for in MCL § 141.1519(k).

SECTlON 42 - DURATION AND RENEWAL

This Agreement shall be binding upon the parties hereto, their successors and assigns. The Agreement
shall commence January 1, 2022 and terminate as of the 31st day of December, 2028. It shall be
automatically renewed from year to year thereafter, unless either party shall notify the other in writing at
least ninety (90) days prior to the expiration date that it desires to modify this Agreement. In the event
that such notice is given, negotiations shall begin no later than sixty (60) days prior to the anniversary
date.


     THE CITY OF MUSKEGON                              POLICE OFFICERS LABOR COUNCIL



     Stephen Gawron                                    Scott Hepworth
     Mayor                                             President POLC Non-Supervisory Unit
     Date:                                             Date:




     Ann Marie Miesch                                  Scott Blackwell
     Clerk                                             POLC Labor Representative
     Date:                                             Date:




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                                                     APPENDIX A

                                                                                                        Night
                                              2       3       4       5       10      15      20      shift/Echo   Specialist/Community
                   RECRUIT   START   1 YR                                                               Shift
                                             YRS     YRS     YRS     YRS     YRS     YRS     YRS                         Bonus*#
                                                                                                      Bonus*#
      CURRENT        N/A     20.96   23.58   26.19   28.8    31.41   31.41   31.41   31.41   31.41       0%                0%
           2022     20.00    24.00   26.00   28.00   32.00   34.00   34.00   34.00   34.00   34.00   $1,000/year       $1,000/year
           2023     21.00    26.00   27.00   29.00   33.00   35.00   35.00   35.00   35.00   35.00   $1,000/year       $1,000/year
           2024     22.00    27.00   28.00   31.00   34.00   36.00   37.00   37.00   37.00   37.00   $2,000/year       $2,000/year
           2025     23.00    28.00   29.00   32.00   35.00   37.00   38.00   39.00   39.00   39.00   $2,000/year       $2,000/year
           2026     24.00    29.00   32.00   35.00   37.00   38.00   39.00   41.00   41.00   41.00   $2,500/year       $2,500/year
          2027**    TBD      TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     42.00   42.00   $2,500/year       $2,500/year
          2028**    TBD      TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     TBD     43.50   45.50   $3,000/year       $3,000/year


*Non-patrol Specialist (WEMET, Detectives, and CAT), Community Bonuses, Night Shifts and Echo
Shifts are paid as contributions to the employee’s defined compensation program.

# Non-patrol Specialist (WEMET, Detectives, and CAT), Community Bonuses, Night Shifts and Echo
Shifts shall be considered FAC compensation for defined benefit participants.

The Bonuses shall be paid equally in the employees bi-weekly payroll check.

** Wage Reopener for years 2027 and 2028 exclusive of bonuses and years 15 through 20 in the
      above table.

At the Chief’s discretion the city may hire new officers at a rate equal to their experience, not inclusive
of department seniority.




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                      Agenda Item Review Form
                       Muskegon City Commission

Commission Meeting Date: November 23, 2021              Title: 1183 Terrace Street

Submitted By: Frank Peterson                            Department: City Manager

Brief Summary: Staff is seeking approval to purchase the home at 1183 Terrace Street from
Francena DePung.

Detailed Summary. This property was originally acquired from the Land Bank, and the owner has
been unable to make the repairs necessary to save the home. Our on-staff builder reached out to
the owner to inquire about purchasing the site. The home has significant historical appeal, and we
would like to save the structure as part of our infill housing program. The structure is vacant but has
been used as a three-unit building. Staff would intend to covert it into either a two-unit or a single-
family building. The renovation will likely take 12 months and cost between $275,000 and $350,000.
Staff anticipates budgeting much of the renovation costs in FY 2022-23, but would like to replace
the roof and address immediate concerns with the foundation.



Amount Requested: $120,000.00                         Amount Budgeted: $0

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

Recommended Motion: Approve the purchase of 1183 Terrace Street from Francena DePung for
$20,000, and amend the FY 2022-23 Public Improvement Fund Budget to include a total of
$200,000 for the project during the fiscal year.

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