City Commission Packet 12-09-2014

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    CITY OF MUSKEGON
      CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                     DECEMBER 9, 2014
   CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS @ 5:30 P.M.
                                 AGENDA

□ CALL TO ORDER:
□ PRAYER:
□ PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
□ ROLL CALL:
□ HONORS AND AWARDS:
     A. Employee Years of Service Awards
□ INTRODUCTIONS/PRESENTATION:
□ CITY MANAGER’S REPORT:
□ CONSENT AGENDA:
     A. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
     B. Request to Deny & Accept Properties that did not sell during the Tax
        Sale for 2014. PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
     C. Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge.              PLANNING &
        ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
     D. City – MDOT Agreement for the Resurfacing of US31 BR from Sherman to
        Shoreline Drive. ENGINEERING
     E. Approval of the Fair Housing Agreement with Muskegon County.
        COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
     F. Approval of the Settlement Agreement with COAM. CITY MANAGER
     G. Approval of the Non-Union Pay Scale. CITY MANAGER
     H. Farmers’ Market – Fifth Amendment             to   Purchase   Agreement.
        PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
□ PUBLIC HEARINGS:
     A. Request for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate – AFI Real
        Estate. PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
□ COMMUNICATIONS:
□ UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
□ NEW BUSINESS:
        A. Local Parking Restrictions. PUBLIC SAFETY
        B. 2015 User Fee Update. FINANCE
        C. Neighbor-to-Neighbor Policy. CITY MANAGER
□ ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
□ PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
►   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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Memorandum

To:     Mayor and Commissioners

From: Frank Peterson

Re:     City Commission Meeting

Date:   December 4, 2014

We have a number of items on the agenda, and I thought you could use a little background on some of
them as you prepare for our meeting next week.

1.      Under the consent agenda, we are asking the Commission to approve:
        a. Last meeting’s minutes.
        b. Authorization to accept few specific properties from the county and deny the remaining
            properties that did not sell at the recent tax foreclosure auction. Most of the properties
            we want to accept are actually vacant lots adjacent to existing city property. One property
            that we would like to acquire is a vacant house on Sanford that we plan to rehab with
            HOME Funds.
        c. Authorization to submit a letter of interest to Bloomberg Philanthropies for consideration
            in a two-year grant program focused on using art to foster community revitalization and
            community inclusion.
        d. Approve an agreement with MDOT to participate in the resurfacing of US 31 BR from
            Sherman to Shoreline Drive.
        e. Approval of the fair housing agreement with Muskegon County.
        f. Approval of the settlement agreement with COAM. We have finished negotiations with the
            police command unit, and the following was ratified by the unit:
                            1. Agreement term from January 1, 2015 to December 31, 2018.
                            2. Increases of 1%, 1%, 1.5%, and 0%
                            3. Lump sum payments of $600, $0, $600, and $1,500.
                            4. Creation of a field training officer compensation program that applies to
                               all unit members. It would be equal to ½% of the one (1) year
                               sergeant’s pay.
                            5. Changes to comp-time that limit the amount an employee can accrue in
                               a calendar year to 110 hours.
                            6. Changes to the way holidays are administered in the unit.
                            7. Changes to the way the City’s HMO plan is administered.
                            8. Changes to the way workers compensation is administered in the unit.
        g. Approval of the non-union pay scale. We are proposing that the top non-represented
            officials receive 1% and the remaining non-represented employees receive 1.5%. The
            employees receiving the 1% would also receive a $500 disbursement to a qualified
            retirement program. This is comparable to the raises negotiated for the various unions.
        h. The City is waiting for the contractor’s lien period on the Farmer’s Market to expire. A fifth
            amendment to the Farmers Market agreement is needed.
2.      Under Hearings/Other/New Business we have four topics for discussion:
        a. We are requesting approval of an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate for AFI Real
            Estate.
        b. We are proposing a parking ban beginning December 15th and ending February 28/29th
            each year from 2am to 6am to allow plow drivers access to the streets as needed. This
            process was much more difficult than originally anticipated because of some discrepancies
            we found in the existing code of ordinances. We have it all figured out, and are ready to
            proceed with adoption.
        c. Approval of the updated user fee.
        d. Approval of the City’s new Neighbor to Neighbor program that is designed to provide
            opportunities and incentives to get employees more involved in the Muskegon community.
            The program, when fully-implemented, would provide opportunities for paid-time-off and
            flex-time to volunteer during the normal work day, and potentially could provide financial
            incentives for employees that volunteer greatly in the community outside of the normal
            work day. We have a large staff, and could potentially have a great impact on the
            community.

If there are questions on any agenda items, please try to let staff know in advance, and we will be sure
to have the appropriate data/research available at the meeting.
     CITY OF MUSKEGON
       CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                     NOVEMBER 25, 2014
    CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS @ 5:30 P.M.
                                   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 25, 2014.
Vice Mayor Spataro opened the meeting with prayer after which the
Commission and public recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
Present: Vice Mayor Lawrence Spataro, Commissioners Eric Hood, Willie
German, Dan Rinsema-Sybenga, Byron Turnquist, and Ken Johnson, City
Manager Franklin Peterson, City Attorney John Schrier, and City Clerk Ann Marie
Cummings.
Absent: Mayor Stephen Gawron (excused).
2014-89 CONSENT AGENDA:
      A. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:          To approve minutes of the November 10th City
Commission Meeting.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
      B. Farmers’ Market – Fourth Amendment to Purchase Agreement.
         PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City is waiting for the contractor’s lien period on the
Farmers’ Market to expire, so the property can be transferred from the DMDC to
the City free of any claims. This should occur in the near future. Therefore, a
Fourth Amendment to the Purchase Agreement is recommended to extend the
closing date. The Amendment allows for continued operation of the Farmers’
Market prior to the official closing on the property, with the City “fully responsible
for any and all liability related to operating the farmers’ market” during that



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time. The Closing is moved to December 30, 2014, or before.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the “Fourth Amendment to Purchase
Agreement” and authorize the City Manager’s signature (after the fact).
      C. Farmers’ Market Kitchen Operations Management Contract – First
         Amendment to “Contract”. PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City of Muskegon and Pioneer Resources, in
conjunction with the Muskegon County Health Department, entered into the
“Operations Management Contract Farmers’ Market Commercial Kitchen” on
May 20, 2014. Although the Kitchen has not opened yet (equipment still needs
to be purchased and installed), Pioneer and the Health Department have been
actively engaged in the process. Pioneer has been responsible for organizing
the Kitchen meetings and determining the best equipment to purchase. They
have also been instrumental in setting up the website (along with the Health
Department and the City IT Department). Therefore, we request that the original
Contract be extended for another six months. By the end of that time, the
Kitchen should be ready for operation. If any changes to the Contract are
needed at that time, they can be included into a long-term contract.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the “First Amendment to City of
Muskegon Operations Management Contract Farmers’ Market Commercial
Kitchen” and authorize the Mayor and Clerk’s signatures.
      E. Deficit Elimination Plan for Neighborhood Stabilization Fund. FINANCE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At June 30, 2014, the City of Muskegon Neighborhood
Stabilization Fund had a deficit balance of $100,054. Act 275 of the Public Acts
of 1980 requires that the City file a Deficit Elimination Plan with the Michigan
Department of Treasury. Staff is requesting adoption of the Neighborhood
Stabilization Elimination Plan and Resolution.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:       As presented by the Deficit Elimination Plan, the
Neighborhood Stabilization Fund will no longer have a deficit by June 30, 2015.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Adoption of the Deficit Elimination Plan Resolutions.
      F. Amendment to the Resolution Vacating Nims Street between Brunswick
         Street and Vulcan Street. PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This portion of Nims Street was vacated in January of



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2014; however, the wording in the resolution left a small portion of the street
intact. This resolution is to clarify the wording and to ensure that the entire
portion of the street is vacated.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:           Staff recommends approval of the revised
resolution.
      G. Computerized Tax Roll. TREASURER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This resolution will allow the City of Muskegon to upload
our tax roll along with other jurisdictions from the County electronically to the
State of Michigan for the next several years.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval recommended.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson
to approve the Consent Agenda as read minus Item D.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Hood, Spataro, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, and
           Johnson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2014-90 ITEM REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA:
      D. Concession Contract for Concession Building at Pere Marquette Park.
      PUBLIC WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Staff is asking permission to enter into a three-year
contractual agreement for 2015, 2016, and 2017 with Morse Michael of Moji Inc.
for operating a Concession (“The Beach Cove”) at Pere Marquette Park.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Contract revenue for previous concession (“The Island”)
was $2,188 for the 2009 operating season, $3,625 in 2010, $1,830 in 2011, $1,296 in
2012, $1,380 in 2013 and then staff negotiated with “The Beach Cove”
Concessionaire for electrical upgrades to the building in 2014. Those costs
included around $2,200 in service panel upgrades in lieu of the normal 10%
commission and the Concessionaire also made an additional $1,800 in
circuit/receptacle upgrades as well. Concession revenue is normally 10% of
gross receipts. However, if approved by Commission, staff would once again
negotiate “in-kind” services/donation to Pere Marquette Park facilities or a 10%
commission of gross receipts for the length of this contract.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.


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STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Authorize DPW staff to enter into a three-year
Concession Agreement with Morse Michael of Moji Inc., for a Concession at the
(concession/restroom/lifeguard) building at Per Marquette Park for 2015, 2016,
and 2017.
Motion by Commissioner Turnquist, second by Commissioner German to
approve the Concession Contract for the concession building at Pere Marquette
Park.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, and
           Hood
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2014-91 PUBLIC HEARINGS:
      A. Request for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate for Port City
         Architectural Signage. PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Pursuant to Public Act 198 of 1974, as amended, Port
City Architectural Signage, 2350 S. Getty Street, has requested the issuance of
an Industrial Facilities Tax Exemption Certificate. The total capital investment will
be $200,000 in real property and will create up to five jobs. This qualifies them for
a tax abatement of 12 years.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The City will capture certain additional property taxes
generated by the expansion.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the resolution granting an Industrial
Facilities Exemption Certificate for a term of 12 years for real property.
The Public Hearing opened to hear and consider any comments from the
public. No public comments were made.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Hood to
close the Public Hearing and approve the request for an Industrial Facilities
Exemption Certificate for Port City Architectural Signage.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: German, Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, Hood, and
           Spataro
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2014-92 NEW BUSINESS:
      A. 2 a.m. – 6 a.m. Parking Restriction During Winter Months. ENGINEERING
This item was removed per request of staff.



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      B. Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order to
         Demolish the Following: PUBLIC SAFETY
         1338 Arthur Street
         1185 Kampenga Avenue
         430 Langley Street
         310 Larch Avenue
         1713 7th Street
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission concur with
the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structures are unsafe,
substandard, a public nuisance and that they be demolished within 30 days. It
is further requested that administration be directed to obtain bids for the
demolition of the structures and that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized
and directed to execute a contract for demolition with the lowest responsible
bidder.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDBG Funds.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals
decision to demolish.
Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Hood to
concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to demolish 1338 Arthur,
1185 Kampenga, 310 Larch, and 1713 7th.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Rinsema-Sybenga, Turnquist, Johnson, Hood, Spataro, and
           German
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
Motion by Commissioner Hood, second by Commissioner German to concur
with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to demolish 430 Langley.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Turnquist, Johnson, Hood, Spataro, German, and Rinsema-
           Sybenga
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      C. First Quarter 2014-15 Budget Reforecast. FINANCE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At this time staff is transmitting the First Quarter 2014-15
Budget Reforecast which outlines proposed changes to the original budget that
have come about as result of changes in revenue projections, policy priorities,
labor contracts, updated economic conditions, or other factors.


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FINANCIAL IMPACT: Significant first quarter proposed adjustments to the
budget are as follows:
   •   The actual FY14 year-end fund balance for the General Fund was
       $5,796,097 as compared to the estimated $4,751,031 used in preparing the
       FY15 budget.

   •   General Fund revenues are reforecast to be $1,168,650 (+4.8%) higher
       than originally budgeted. This increase is primarily due to grants to be
       received from federal, state, and local sources for the Veteran’s Park
       improvements.

   •   General Fund expenditures are estimated to be $1,134,910 or 4.7%
       higher than originally budgeted. This increase is largely due to the
       Veteran’s Park capital project which is almost entirely funded by grants.

   •   There are a number of changes proposed for capital projects and include:
           ◆ In the General Fund, Veteran’s Park upgrades as noted above,
             addition of $65,000 for City Hall elevator repairs needed, reduction
             of Pere Marquette Park playground equipment project from
             $220,000 to $20,000.
           ◆ In the Major Streets Fund, proposed projects are now $6,825,000
             compared to $2,195,000 as originally budgeted, largely due the
             receipt of $3.3 million in grant funds for Muskegon and Webster.
           ◆ In the Local Streets Fund, proposed projects were originally
             budgeted at $732,000 and have been reduced to $60,000.
           ◆ In the Public Improvement Fund, the proposed beach warning
             system has been eliminated.

          ◆ In the State Grants Fund, the two projects in the original budget
            have been moved to other funds.
          ◆ In the Sewer Fund, adjustments have been made to reflect the
            SAW grant and the carryover of infiltration grant funds from the
            previous year.
          ◆ In Marina Fund, the docks and building improvements project
            has been removed.
          ◆ In the Equipment Fund, capital items have been adjusted to
            reflect revisions of needs versus available resources.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: City Commission approval of this reforecast will
formally amend the City’s 2014-15 budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.



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Motion by Commissioner Rinsema-Sybenga, second by Commissioner Johnson
to approve the First Quarter 2014-15 Budget Reforecast.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Johnson, Hood, Spataro, German, Rinsema-Sybenga, and
           Turnquist
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
ANY OTHER BUSINESS: Discussion was held on the Muskegon and Webster
project. Consensus was to leave the two lights in place and then synchronize
those two lights and the one on Clay & Third Street to facilitate the north-south
traffic.
PUBLIC PARTICIPATION: Public comments were received.
ADJOURNMENT: The City Commission Meeting adjourned at 6:45 pm.


                                     Respectfully submitted,




                                     Ann Marie Cummings, MMC
                                     City Clerk




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             Commission Meeting Date: December 9, 2014

Date:                 December 2, 2014
To:                   Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:                 Planning & Economic Development Department
RE:                   Request to Deny & Accept Properties that did not
                      Sell During the Tax sale for 2014


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
The County of Muskegon held two delinquent tax auctions during 2014. There were seventy
eight properties left after the last auction. According to the State’s tax foreclosure laws, the
City must state that they are not interested in obtaining them, otherwise the City will
automatically receive ownership of the parcels. From the list that was provided, Planning
and Community & Neighborhood Services have gone over the parcels to determine which
ones to accept.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:
None.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To deny and accept certain parcels and authorize both the Mayor and the Clerk to sign said
resolution.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
None.
                                 Resolution No. 2014-_____

                            MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION


RESOLUTION TO DENY ACCEPTANCE OF TAX REVERTED PROPERTY FROM THE
COUNTY TREASURER.

WHEREAS, The City may not accept the properties available under the urban homestead act,
1999 PA 127, MCL 125.2701 to 125.2709, PA 123 of 1999, MCL 211.78M(6) or for any other
lawful purpose, and;

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon does not want to acquire sixty one parcels;

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon will accept the remaining seventeen parcels;

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon also will not accept any other parcel that was not on the list
of seventy eight (should something be discovered that is not already listed below);

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the City of Muskegon shall not accept sixty one
parcels that were remaining from the tax sale but will accept the remaining seventeen.

                   Legal Descriptions that will Not be Accepted are as Follows:
       CITY OF MUSKEGON BRUNSWICK ADD LOTS 129 & S 1/2 LOT 130 & E 1/2 VAC
       ALLEY ABUTTING
       Parcel # 24-175-000-0129-00
       1943 Dowd St. (lot a)

       CITY OF MUSKEGON BRUNSWICK ADD LOTS 131 & N 1/2 LOT 130 & E ½ VAC ALLEY
       ABUTTING
       Parcel # 24-175-000-0131-00
       1943 Dowd St. (lot b)

       CITY OF MUSKEGON CASTENHOLZ SUB DIV OF BLKS 100 101 & 103 TO 120 INCL
       LOT 10 & S 30 FT LOT 9 BLK 100
       Parcel # 24-185-100-0010-00
       1654 Elwood

       CITY OF MUSKEGON CASTENHOLZ SUB DIV OF BLKS 100 101 & 103 TO 120 INCL N
       42 FT LOT 2 BLK 104
       Parcel # 24-185-104-0002-00
       1614 Wood

       CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 PART OF LOT 3 BLK 1 COM ON S LN
       STATE HWY & 533 FT W OF CL GETTY ST TH W ALG SD HWY 50 FT TH S 236.7 FT TH
       CONT S @ RT ANG TO HWY 113.49 FT TH S 43D 24M 50S W 55.86 FT TH S 44D 25M 08S
       W 112.45 FT TH CONTD S 44D 25 M 08S W 84.01 FT TH E PAR WITH S LN OF ACCESS
       HWY ROW 58.66 FT TH NELY PAR TO & 66 FT NWLY OF RR ROW 331 FT M/L TH N 62
       FT W 85.89 FT TH N 256 FT TO BEG EXC DESC AS FOL COM @ INT CL GETTY ST & S
LN STATE ACCESS HWY TH WLY ALG SD HWY 533 FT TH S @ RT ANG 256 FT FOR
POB TH E & PAR TO S LN SD HWY 85.89 FT TH S @ RT ANG 62 FT TO A POINT 66 FT
NLY OF C & O RWY ROW TH SWLY PAR TO & 66 FT NLY OF SD ROW 103 FT M/L TO
A POINT S OF POB TH N 119.75 TO POB ALSO INCL SLY 66 FT LYING NLY OF RR
ROW AND ELY OF A LN 700 FT W OF E LN SD BLK 1 (E LN SD BLK 1 BEING CL OF
GETTY ST) SBJT TO ESMT FOR UTILITIES AND REPAIR 2226/323 SBJT TO TEMP
CONSTRUCTION ESMT 2226/325
Parcel # 24-205-001-0003-40
57 S Getty

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 WLY 42 FT LOT 3 BLK 8
Parcel # 24-205-008-0003-00
465 Adams

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 3 BLK 13 AND W 1/2 OF VAC 16.5
FT ALLEY ADJ THERETO (CITY RES #99-87)
Parcel # 24-205-013-0003-00
467 Marquette

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 133 FT OF S 50 FT OF N 359 FT BLK 34
Parcel # 24-205-034-0001-00
655 Mulder

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 40 FT OF E 120 FT OF S 125 FT OF
BLK 37
Parcel # 24-205-037-0001-06
734 Wesley

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 1 BLK 49 EXC S 100 FT & ELY 10
FT TH'OF
Parcel # 24-205-049-0001-10
0 Oak Ave.

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 66 FT OF E 132 FT LOT 16 EXC
S 2 RODS (33 FT) BLK 49
Parcel # 24-205-049-0016-30
586 Orchard

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 BLK 75 LOT 5
Parcel # 24-205-075-0005-00
613 E Isabella

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 LOT 8 BLK 75
Parcel # 24-205-075-0008-00
616 Catherine

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 1/2 LOT 1 BLK 76
Parcel # 24-205-076-0001-10
1125 Maple
CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 N 46 FT OF LOT 6 & N 46 FT OF W 12 FT OF
LOT 5 BLK 85
Parcel # 24-205-085-0006-00
1218 Holt

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 SWLY 40 FT LOT 1BLK 87 ALSO
PARCEL 2 COM @ SELY COR LOT 2 TH NELY ALNG DIVIDING LN BETWEEN LOTS 1
& 2 34 FT TH NWLY PAR WITH SLY LN LOT 2 10 FT TH SWLY PAR WITH ELY LN LOT
2 34 FT TO SLY LOT LN LOT 2 TH TO POB ALL IN LOT 2 OF SD BLK 87 EXC NWLY 2
FT OF NLY 6 FT OF SLY 40 FT OF LOT 1
Parcel # 24-205-087-0001-10
1265 Holt

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 9 BLK 141 EXC N 8 FT SD LOT FOR
ALLEY SBJT TO ESMNT RECOR'D L 89 MISC P 531
Parcel # 24-205-141-0009-00
312 Jackson

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 14 BLK 154
Parcel # 24-205-154-0014-00
273 Sumner

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 S 1/2 LOT 7 BLK 200
Parcel # 24-205-200-0007-00
230 Myrtle

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 N 2 RDS (33 FT) OF W 1/2 LOT 13 BLK 204
Parcel # 24-205-204-0013-20
930 Amity

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 N 82 FT LOT 1 BLK 208
Parcel # 24-205-208-0001-00
185 Amity

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 W 34 FT LOT 2 BLK 208
Parcel # 24-205-208-0002-00
169 Amity

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT 1903 LOT 7 BLK 211
Parcel # 24-205-211-0007-00
940 Emerald

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 12 BLK 237
Parcel # 24-205-237-0012-00
179 Delaware

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 6 BLK 245
Parcel # 24-205-245-0006-00
246 E Isabella

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 NELY 1/2 OF LOT 12 BLK 249
Parcel # 24-205-249-0012-10
357 E Isabella
CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 45 FT OF W 112 FT LOT 2 BLK 260
Parcel # 24-205-260-0002-00
1278 Pine

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 3 BLK 260
Parcel # 24-205-260-0003-00
1284 Pine

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 N 1/2 LOT 8 BLK 274
Parcel # 24-205-274-0008-00
1458 Jiroch

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 1/2 LOT 8 BLK 274
Parcel # 24-205-274-0008-10
1464 Jiroch

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 30 FT N 1/2 LOT 11 & W 30 FT LOT 12
BLK 278
Parcel # 24-205-278-0011-00
79 E Grand

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 7 EX S 18 FT OF E 48 FT
THEREOF BLK 281
Parcel # 24-205-281-0007-00
1580 Hoyt

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 3 BLK 282
Parcel # 24-205-282-0003-00
1532 Terrace

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 9 BLK 297
Parcel # 24-205-297-0009-00
1712 Pine

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 9 BLK 347
Parcel # 24-205-347-0009-00
454 Houston

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 1/2 LOT 9 BLK 367
Parcel # 24-205-367-0009-10
244 Monroe

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 1/2 OF LOT 5 BLK 379
Parcel # 24-205-379-0005-20
253 Monroe

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 40 FT OF N 88 FT LOT 2 & E 2 FT OF
N 88 FT LOT 3 BLK 388
Parcel # 24-205-388-0002-00
307 Merrill
CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 8 BLK 405 & SUBJ TO S 1/2 VAC
ALLEY ADJ TH'TO REC 3711/266
Parcel # 24-205-405-0008-00
224 W Grand

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 6 BLK 406
Parcel # 24-205-406-0006-00
321 Washington

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 22 BLK 406
Parcel # 24-205-406-0022-00
1469 6th

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 49.8 FT OF E 82.8 FT LOTS 1-2 BLK
407
Parcel # 24-205-407-0001-10
409 Washington

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 60 FT LOT 1 BLK 418
Parcel # 24-205-418-0001-10
403 W Grand

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 W 105.6 FT LOT 1 BLK 418
Parcel # 24-205-418-0001-00
1500 Park

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 E 56.6 FT LOT 7 BLK 419
Parcel # 24-205-419-0007-10
340 W Southern

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 19 BLK 486 EXC W 16 FT
Parcel # 24-205-486-0019-00
1497 Division

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 SE 1/2 LOT 6 BLK 627
Parcel # 24-205-627-0006-10
1944 Harrison

CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 NELY 1/2 LOT 6 BLK 703
Parcel # 24-205-703-0006-00
2125 Bluffton

CITY OF MUSKEGON EASTLAWN SUB DIV OF BLKS 3-4 & 5 R P EASTONS 2ND SUB
DIV LOTS 24 & 25 BLK 6
Parcel # 24-255-006-0024-00
1927 Elwood

CITY OF MUSKEGON ERWIN & KEATINGS ADD LOTS 3 & 4 BLK 1
Parcel # 24-290-001-0003-00
1968 Park
CITY OF MUSKEGON LAKE MICHIGAN PARK SUB DIV LOT 12 BLK 2 EXC FOL DESC
COM AT S MOST COR SD LOT FOR POB TH NLY ALNG WLY LN SD LOT 28 FT TH
ELY 56.90 FT TO SLY LN SD LOT TH WLY ALNG SD SLY LN 49.54 FT TO POB & PART
OF 11 BLK 2 DESC AS FOL COM AT N MOST COR OF SD LOT FOR POB TH SLY ALNG
ELY L OF SD LOT 28 FT TH WLY 56.90 FT TO NLY LN OF SD LOT TH ELY ALNG SD
NLY LN 49.72 FT TO POB
Parcel # 24-505-002-0012-00
1745 Nelson

CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL PLAT NO 2 LOT 417
Parcel # 24-611-000-0417-00
1295 Ducey

CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL NO 4 LOT 760 & N 1/2 LOT 761
Parcel # 24-613-000-0760-00
314 Dratz

CITY OF MUSKEGON URBAN RENEWAL PLAT NO 4 N 65.66 FT OF S 131.32 FT LOT
790
Parcel # 24-613-000-0790-20
320 Roberts

CITY OF MUSKEGON ORCHARD GROVE ADD LOT 328 & W 1/2 LOT 327 & W      1/2
LOT 329
Parcel # 24-665-000-0327-00
915 W Hackley

CITY OF MUSKEGON PLAT A MUSKEGON HTS LOT 21 BLK 24
Parcel # 24-675-024-0021-00
1930 Clinton

CITY OF MUSKEGON SAMBURT PARK LOT 95
Parcel # 24-750-000-0095-00
1308 Langeland

CITY OF MUSKEGON VAN DAMMS SUB DIV OF N 144 FT LOT 1 BLK 1 R P
EASTONS 2ND SUB DIV LOT 1
Parcel # 24-810-000-0001-00
287 E Laketon

CITY OF MUSKEGON VAN DAMMS SUB DIV OF N 144 FT LOT 1 BLK 1 R P
EASTONS 2ND SUB DIV LOTS 2 & 3
Parcel # 24-810-000-0002-00
293 E Laketon

CITY OF MUSKEGON WELWORTH LOT 79 & S 1/2 LOT 78
Parcel # 24-860-000-0079-00
2226 Continental

CITY OF MUSKEGON WHARNCLIFFE GROVE A SUB DIV PART OF BLK 2 R P
EASTONS 2ND SUB DIV PART OF SEC 32 T10N R16W LOT 25
Parcel # 24-890-000-0025-00
1885 McIlwraith
                     Legal Descriptions that will be Accepted are as Follows:
        CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 S 61 FT LOT 6 BLK 345
        Parcel # 24-205-345-0006-10
        1356 9th (vacant lot adjacent to City owned vacant lot)

        CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 4 & S 8 FT LOT 3 BLK 445 SUBJ TO
        COMMON DRIVE ESMT 2251/135
        Parcel # 24-205-445-0004-00
        1716 Sanford (house for CNS)

        CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 N 1/2 OF S 1/2 LOT 8 BLK 486
        Parcel # 24-205-486-0008-10
        1538 Hudson (vacant lot adjacent to City owned vacant lot)

        CITY OF MUSKEGON REVISED PLAT OF 1903 LOT 14 BLK 405
        Parcel # 24-205-405-0014-00
        1458 6th (vacant lot adjacent to City owned vacant lot)


Adopted this 9th day of December, 2014

Ayes:

Nays:

Absent:
                                                         By: _________________________
                                                                  Stephen Gawron, Mayor

                                                        Attest: ________________________
                                                                Ann Marie Cummings, MMC
                                                                                    Clerk
                                           CERTIFICATION

I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted
by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, County of Muskegon, Michigan at a regular
meeting held on December 9, 2014.

                                                                By: ________________________
                                                                    Ann Marie Cummings, MMC
                                                                                        Clerk
         Commission Meeting Date: December 9, 2014




Date:         December 2, 2014
To:           Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:         Planning & Economic Development Department
RE:           Bloomberg Philanthropies Public Art Challenge


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Public Art Challenge is a new program to support
temporary public art projects that can transform civil spaces and drive economic
development. Project submittals must formally be submitted by cities, through their
mayors, although communities must demonstrate collaboration between artists, arts
organizations, city government and others. As the timeline for submittal for the
project overview is December 15, a collaboration is being formed between the Cities
of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights, Norton Shores, Roosevelt Park and North
Muskegon, the County (with the County Grants Administrator acting as project
coordinator and grant writer), the MAISD, the Community Foundation, the Muskegon
Museum of Art, the Muskegon Art Festival and the downtown Arts Committee. The
proposal will include the Lyman Davis sculpture, as well as school research and
writing projects tied to Muskegon’s port history, design and creation of small ship
replicas to place throughout downtown and neighborhood art (see attached draft
description). The details of the project will be formulated further if we are asked to
submit a full proposal.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: If approved, the City of Muskegon will receive up to $1 million
over two years for the project.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the project submittal by December 15,
2014.
Bloomberg Public Art Challenge – Project Synopsis


  A. Proposed Project Title:

         The Port City Art Project: Vibrant Community Spaces, Artistic Historic Places

  B. Project Description: Building on the history of Muskegon, a sculpture will be resurrected in
     downtown Muskegon representing the last commercial schooner to sail the Great Lakes, whose
     home was the Port Muskegon, the Lyman Davis. This project is intended to use science,
     engineering, art, and history as a means to develop community vitality. Building diverse inclusive
     neighborhoods through place making will provide each community identity and community pride.
     This demonstration project will focus on three phases of community engagement:
         a. Partnering with local schools in identified neighborhoods, miniature replicas of the Lyman
             Davis will be provided to students as means to research and represent a sailor on the
             vessel. Working with an artist, each school will assist in creating, through artistic
             expression, a representation of that specific sailor.
         b. These miniature replicas will be placed throughout the downtown business district as a
             means to encourage walkable communities with an associated scavenger hunt of sorts.
             Each replica will be placed throughout the city, hints to each replica location will be
             printed, families and patrons will be able to take a walk through the downtown in search
             of each replica. In the process, they will learn the maritime history of Muskegon.
         c. Each artist will then be asked to recreate the replica on a community fixture that will be
             used as a kiosk for way finding, community event marketing, local attractions and
             tourism. Each kiosk will be placed strategically throughout metropolitan neighborhoods as
             a way to revitalize the neighborhood through diversity and artistic expression, using a
             designated space to create neighborhood places. Muskegon has undergone a great deal
             of economic hardship since the Great Recession, neighborhoods are in desperate need
             of place making, these community kiosks will provide focal points for neighborhood
             identity. At the 2016 Lakeshore Arts Festival, the community will be asked to vote on the
             best community kiosk, that artist and school will be awarded 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place
             awards.

  C. Project Location: Through an effort to revitalize metropolitan Muskegon areas, the cities of
     Norton Shores, Roosevelt Park, Muskegon, Muskegon Heights, North Muskegon and Muskegon
     County will participate in this demonstration project. The City of Muskegon is the applicant and
     will be working collaboratively with each Municipality.

  D. Funding and Private/Public Partnership:

          a. Proposed sources of funding: The Community Foundation for Muskegon County has
             committed $50,000 in funding for the project. Contributions of in kind contributions,
             including project oversight and direction will be provided by the consortium group of
             private and public entities listed in the application. The Lakeshore Museum of Art, The
             Muskegon Arts Council, municipalities and vested stakeholders will provide in kind
             support of the project. As a medium for community engagement and marketing, the
             Lakeshore Arts Festival will provide a great deal of support for the engagement of
             communities in the project for both 2015 and 2016 events.
Copyright 2014 John Hermanson

This document may be reproduced with the author’s permission, but may not be edited or altered
in any way.


In 1872, a ship was born from fire.

One year earlier, on Lake Michigan’s western shore, the great Chicago fire had raged, destroying
everything in its path. To rebuild its houses, stores, and offices, the city needed vast supplies of
lumber.

At that time, on the eastern shore, Muskegon was producing millions of board feet of pine
lumber, milled from the logs harvested in the inland forests and floated down rivers to the 47
sawmills that surrounded Muskegon Lake. Schooners ferried the lumber to Chicago, but there
weren’t enough ships to keep up with production.

So the keel of a new schooner was laid on Muskegon Lake’s shoreline. Her owners, Lyman
Mason and Charles Davis, proprietors of the Mason Lumber Company, named her Lyman M.
Davis. Norwegian and Swedish shipwrights built the ship of two-inch-thick oak planking, 123
feet in length and 27 feet wide, and erected two masts, each 114 feet from deck to tip. And in the
spring of 1873 the sleek fore-and-aft schooner joined the fleet, her hold and decks piled high
with 275,000 board feet of lumber, making as many as three round trips per week from the
Muskegon channel to the windy city.

The Mason lumberyards were producing an amazing 250,000 feet of pine lumber each 24-hour
day. So the Davis’s first skipper, Captain Fred Barnes, kept her busy hauling lumber. Soon she
earned the reputation as the fastest schooner ever to sail these inland seas, even beating the
steamer George C. Markham in a run across Lake Michigan in 1887.

The Lyman M. Davis was unusually graceful in appearance, a thoroughbred that looked more
like a yacht than a trader. She had accommodations for several passengers, and from time to
time she carried families and friends on blissful cruises to the Upper Peninsula.

As lumber production surged through the last decades of the 1800s, the Davis was commanded
by a series of men who respected her seakindliness and maintained her impeccably: Captains
H.M. Hansen, Ole Thompson, Harry Nelson, Hans Hermanson, and Chris Hermanson. One old
captain described her speed this way: “She was a witch to go to windward. . .” and unbeatable.
But in the 1890s as the once-magnificent pine forests of Michigan were disappearing, and steam
powered vessels began replacing the 1,000-plus Great Lakes schooner fleet, her then-owners
Thomas Munroe and William Brinen varied her cargoes and itineraries. She became a well-
known sight as her journeys expanded through the Lakes, her hullsides gleaming white, her
undersides deep green, signal flags atop her tall masts snapping smartly in the wind.

William Brinen, it was said, was in love with the ship. He insisted on keeping and maintaining
the Lyman M. Davis well into the new century, even though the age of the schooners was
waning. Both he and his beloved schooner were getting older, so he allowed the Graham
Brothers of Kincardine, Ontario, in the fall of 1912, to talk him into selling her. But then when
spring arrived, and the Canadian crew fitted her out and readied her for sail, Bill Brinen had a
change of heart. He couldn’t part with her.

On May 7, 1913, he left his office, climbed aboard his horse-drawn buggy, and drove to the
dock. There he confronted the new owners and pleaded with them to sell the Davis back to him,
plus five hundred dollars and the cost of the refit. But they refused. The sorrowful old man
turned his buggy around and went home. Later, as his lovely ship sailed out the Muskegon
channel for the last time toward a horizon that had flamed with setting suns for so many years,
William Brinen simply died.

For the next two decades, the Lyman M. Davis proudly served a series of owners and captains,
traversing routes to and from ports in Georgian Bay, Lake Huron, and Lake Ontario. Her
cargoes varied too, from lumber to barley to coal. Early in the 30s, she gained the reputation as
the last commercial schooner in commission on the Great Lakes.

In 1933, she was purchased by the owner of Sunnyside Amusement Park on the shoreline of
Toronto. After a winter’s stormy abuse at the dock, the Davis had sustained some, but not
irreparable, damage. Then her new owner conceived an appalling plan. He decided to burn her
as a money-making spectacle that would attract crowds to his park.

Toronto’s newspaper editors reacted in horror, prominent citizens railed against the plan, and
groups attempted to raise money to buy the old ship with plans to renovate her. Meanwhile,
back in Muskegon, the news of the sad plan prompted neighbors to start money-making efforts to
bring their grand old schooner back to her original home. But time and energy ran out.

On June 29, 1934, men boarded the Lyman M. Davis to carry out their grim task. They soaked
her decks with kerosene and filled her rigging with fireworks. As night descended, the doomed
ship was shamefully towed the length of Toronto’s waterfront. Then, as flaming torches were
thrown onto her decks, she was allowed to drift out into the lake. Fire leaped along her masts
and spars and raced along her rails. Hellish waves of flame rolled through her hull. Rockets
exploded, and her topsides paint bubbled from the heat. As midnight approached, the hull
burned down to the waterline, dynamite blew out her stern, and she sank.

The most famous, the fastest, and the most graceful of the Great Lakes schooners was executed
by fire, the same evil force that had spawned her birth, and she moaned, a great hissing, dying
sigh as her charred bones slipped beneath the surface.

Incredibly, the ship, some days later, gave up one last haunting sign. Her stern planking washed
up on the shore of nearby Hanlan’s Island. On it was her painted name: Lyman M. Davis. It was
as if she refused to die altogether, as her scorched timbers had drifted to the bottom, in 135 feet
of water, 1.2 miles offshore, where they still reside today, where scuba divers reverently visit
her, to lovingly hover around her, and remember.

So now, to commemorate that famed ship, a monument will be erected in downtown Muskegon.
It will be a tribute to the spirit of the Lyman M. Davis, the last of the Great Lakes schooners,
resurrected from the deep, returned like a ghost to the port of her birth, sails dancing like flames
in the wind, back home. . .at last.
Date:         December 9, 2014
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Engineering
RE:           City – MDOT Agreement for the resurfacing of: US-
              31BR from Sherman to Shoreline Dr.


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
Approve the attached contract with MDOT for the resurfacing of Us-31BR (Seaway
Dr.) from Sherman to Shoreline Dr. and approve the attached resolution authorizing
the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the contract.



FINANCIAL IMPACT:
The City’s participation is limited to 8.75% of the state’s share as required by ACT 51
which is estimated at $65,900.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
none at this time

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Approve the attached contract and resolution authorizing the mayor & clerk to sign
both.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
                          RESOLUTION__________

RESOLUTION FOR APPROVAL OF A CONTRACT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY OF
MUSKEGON FOR THE RESURFACING OF US-31BR (SEAWAY DR.) FROM
SHERMAN TO SHORELINE DR. TOGETHER WITH OTHER NECESSARY
RELATED WORK ITEMS AND AUTHORIZATION FOR MAYOR STEPHEN J.
GAWRON AND CITY CLERK, ANN CUMMINGS, TO EXECUTE SAID CONTRACT

Moved by_____________________________________and supported by


Commissioner___________________________that the following Resolution be
adopted:

WHEREAS, entry by the City of Muskegon into Contract no. 14-5579 between the
Michigan Department of Transportation and the City of Muskegon for the
resurfacing of US-31BR (Seaway Dr.) from Sherman to Shoreline within the City
is in the best interests of the City of Muskegon.

RESOLVED, that entry by the City into Contract Agreement Number 14-5579 be and
the same is hereby authorized and approved and the Mayor and Clerk are
authorized to execute said contract for and on behalf of the City of Muskegon.



Adopted this____________day of____________, 2014.

                                       BY

                                            Stephen J. Gawron, Mayor

                                       ATTEST

                                            Ann Cummings, City Clerk

                               CERTIFICATION

This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission, held on
____________, 2014. The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to
the Open Meetings Act of the State of Michigan, Act 267 of the Public Acts of
1976.
                                               CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                       By___________________________
                                            Ann Cummings, City Clerk
Commission Meeting Date: December 10, 2014


Date:       December 1, 2014
To:         Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:       Community and Neighborhood Services Department
RE:         Approval of the Fair Housing Agreement with Muskegon County
__________________________________________________________________

SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The cities of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights, Norton
Shores and the County of Muskegon are entering into an agreement with the Fair
Housing Center of West Michigan to conduct fair housing testing in the County of
Muskegon per the recommendation of the 2009 Analysis of Impediments Report.
This agreement will be for 2015 and 2016.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: Based on population, the City of Muskegon will pay
$4,500 per year of the $15,000 annual cost.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:             To approve the attached Agreement and
authorize the Mayor to sign.
                        FAIR HOUSING SERVICES AGREEMENT

      Cities of Muskegon, Muskegon Heights, and Norton Shores and County of Muskegon
                                            and
                           Fair Housing Center of West Michigan

This Agreement is effective as of this 1st day of January, 2015, by and between the City of
Muskegon, a Michigan municipal corporation with its principal offices located at 933 Terrace
Street, Muskegon MI, 49443; the City of Muskegon Heights, a Michigan municipal corporation
with its principal offices located at 2424 Peck Street, Muskegon Heights, MI 49444; the City of
Norton Shores, a Michigan municipal corporation with its principal offices located at 4814
Henry Street, Norton Shores, MI 49441 (City of Muskegon, City of Muskegon Heights and City
of Norton Shores are hereinafter the “Cities”); the County of Muskegon (hereinafter the
“County”), a Michigan municipal corporation with its principal offices located at 990 Terrace
Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49442; and the Fair Housing Center of West Michigan (hereinafter
the “FHCWM”), a Michigan non-profit corporation with its principal offices located at 20 Hall
Street SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49507.

I.       AGREEMENT OUTCOMES

The purpose of this Agreement is to decrease impediments to housing choice and to promote
open, diverse communities by way of the provision of fair housing services based on the Fair
Housing Act, 42 USC §3601 et.seg


     II. AGREEMENT ACTIVITIES AND DEFINITIONS

            A. General Activities
                  i. Education and Outreach. The FHCWM will conduct a community
                     outreach program throughout the County and the Cities to educate housing
                     consumers, professionals and the general public concerning fair housing.
                     As part of a comprehensive, regional program, the FHCWM will
                     disseminate fair housing information to housing consumers, and
                     housing/human service agencies in order to educate them about housing
                     rights, and to increase awareness and reporting of discriminatory practices.
                     The FHCWM will also provide fair housing information to sales, rental,
                     and lending professionals in order to encourage their voluntary
                     compliance with federal, state and local fair housing laws. The FHCWM
                     will disseminate materials on a community-wide basis in order to promote
                     understanding of fair housing and the benefits thereof, and to increase
                     general public awareness regarding equal access to housing opportunity.
                     Such services will include the provision of formal fair housing training
                     upon request. The FHCWM shall also provide technical assistance to the
                     staff of the Cities and the County in response to any and all questions
                     regarding unlawful housing discrimination or fair housing practices. The
                     FHCWM will complete a minimum of 15 hours of education and outreach
                     activities throughout the County and the Cities.




Fair Housing Services Agreement January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2016                  Page 1 of 5
                  ii. Complaint Investigation. The FHCWM shall receive, review, investigate
                      and process all complaints of unlawful housing discrimination involving
                      people and/or properties located within the Cities or the County which the
                      FHCWM may receive from residents of any of the Cities or the County, a
                      person wishing to reside in any of the Cities or the County, or any other
                      source during the term of this Agreement. In the absence of an individual
                      complainant, the FHCWM will initiate enforcement action in those cases
                      where evidence of potential discrimination exists, as deemed necessary
                      and appropriate at the sole discretion of the FHCWM.

           B. Housing Tests within the Cities. The FHCWM shall conduct a minimum of seven
              (7) fair housing tests (at least one (1) per City) involving people and/or property
              within any of the Cities in order to investigate compliance with fair housing laws
              in the areas of sales, rental, advertising, insurance, appraisal and/or financing.
              The fair housing tests shall be based upon bona fide complaints or conducted on a
              survey basis, with a focus on complaint-based testing. All housing testing will be
              conducted by trained testers according to generally-accepted housing testing
              methodology. In the absence of an individual complaint, the FHCWM will
              initiate enforcement action in those cases where evidence of potential
              discrimination exists, as deemed necessary and appropriate at the sole discretion
              of the FHCWM.

           C. Housing Tests within the County. The FHCWM shall conduct a minimum of six
              (6) fair housing tests involving people and/or property within the County in order
              to investigate compliance with fair housing laws in the areas of sales, rental,
              advertising, insurance, appraisal and/or financing. The fair housing tests shall be
              based upon bona fide complaints or conducted on a survey basis, with a focus on
              complaint based testing. All housing testing will be conducted by trained testers
              according to generally-accepted housing testing methodology. In the absence of
              an individual complaint, the FHCWM may initiate enforcement in those cases
              where evidence of potential discrimination exists, as deemed necessary and
              appropriate at the sole discretion of the FHCWM.


III.   MONITORING REPORTS

The FHCWM shall provide each municipality with program performance reports which contain
information regarding the activities carried out and the results of those activities. Reports shall
be submitted bi-annually, within 30 days after the conclusion of each six-month reporting period.
The FHCWM will forward the reports to each of the municipalities by July 30, 2015, January 30,
2016, July 30, 2016 and January 30, 2017 The complaint and testing activities will be reported
by municipality.




Fair Housing Services Agreement January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2016                    Page 2 of 5
IV.    COMPENSATION AND METHOD OF PAYMENT

           A. For the performance of the activities under this Agreement, the Cities and the
              County hereby agree to pay the FHCWM the amount of $15,000.00 (fifteen
              thousand dollars) following the table below:

       Municipality            Approx. Population    Percentage of total        Annual Financial
                                  as of 2013                                     Responsibility
City of Muskegon                           37,213                     22%                     $4500
City of Norton Shores                      23,998                     14%                     $2500
City of Muskegon Heights                   10,831                      6%                     $1000
County of Muskegon                        171,008                     58%                     $7000
                   TOTALS                                            100%                   $15,000

           B. The Cities and the County shall pay the FHCWM the amount of $15,000.00
              (fifteen thousand dollars) annually in two (2) bi-annual installments of $7,500.00
              (seven thousand five hundred dollars) per year.

                      i. The FHCWM shall submit an invoice to each municipality in the amount
                         agreed as the financial responsibility with each of its two (2) reports
                         required by this Agreement. Each invoice will be payable within 30 days
                         of its date of issue.

                      ii. If payment is not made by one or more of the Cities or the County,
                          FHCWM will be notified in writing of the reason for nonpayment,
                          services will immediately cease, and the FHCWM will be reimbursed for
                          work completed under the terms of the contract up to the date of said
                          notification.


V. CONFIDENTIALITY

The Parties agree that by virtue of entering into this Agreement, they will have access to certain
confidential information regarding each other’s operations related to this project. All Parties
agree that they will not at any time disclose confidential information and/or material without the
consent of that Party unless such disclosure is authorized by this Agreement or required by law.
Unauthorized disclosure of confidential information shall be considered a material breach of this
agreement. This provision shall be subject to the provisions of the Freedom of Information Act.


VI. NONDISCRIMINATION

There shall be no discrimination of any Individual on account of race, color, creed, religion, sex,
marital status, weight, age, handicap, ancestry, national origin and any other statutorily protected
class.


Fair Housing Services Agreement January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2016                     Page 3 of 5
VII.   TERM

This Agreement will begin January 1, 2015, and will continue until December 31, 2016.

Any Party may terminate their participation with this Agreement for any reason by giving the
other Parties ninety (90) days prior written notice. If a Party provides such written notice of
termination, prior to the expiration of said ninety (90) day period the remaining Parties retain the
right to amend the Agreement to continue services; else, the effective date of termination by one
Party will serve as the effective date of the termination of the Agreement.


VIII. SEVERABILITY

In the event any provision of this Agreement shall be found to be invalid, illegal, or
unenforceable in any respect, such invalidity, illegality or unenforceability shall not affect the
validity, legality and enforceability of the remainder of the Agreement.


IX. AMENDMENTS

This Agreement may be amended only with the mutual written consent of the Parties.


XI. ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

The FHCWM will act as an independent contractor and the contract cannot be assigned. The
FHCWM will indemnify the Cities and the County and will add the governmental units
identified in the contract as an additional insured. The FHCWM at the time of the execution of
the contract will provide to each municipality a copy of their insurance coverage and limits. The
insurance coverage shall include but not be limited to general liability, no fault automobile
insurance and workers compensation insurance.




Fair Housing Services Agreement January 1, 2015 – December 31, 2016                     Page 4 of 5
                                  AGENDA ITEM NO. _______________
                          CITY COMMISSION MEETING __________________________




TO:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:         Frank Peterson, City Manager

DATE:         December 9, 2014

RE:           COAM Contract


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
The City and COAM have tentatively settled the 2015-18 collective bargaining agreement. The City
Commission is requested to approve the attached negotiated tentative agreement with the POLC
Unit. This agreement has been ratified by the bargaining unit.

Key points of the agreement are as follows:

      1.   Agreement term from January 1 2015 to December 31, 2018.
      2.   Increases of 1%, 1%, 1.5%, and 0%
      3.   Lump sum payments of $600, $0, $600, and $1,500.
      4.   Creation of a field training officer compensation program that applies to all unit members. It
           would be equal to ½% of the one (1) year sergeant’s pay.
      5.   Changes to comp-time that limit the amount an employee can accrue in a calendar year to 110
           hours.
      6.   Changes to the way holidays are administered in the unit.
      7.   Changes to the way the City’s HMO plan is administered.
      8.   Changes to the way workers compensation is administered in the unit.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
Approximately $25,000 in the first year; $14,000 in the second year, $32,000 in the third year, and
$28,000 in the fourth year.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To approve the tentative agreement and to authorize the Mayor and Clerk to sign the contract.


COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
None.
                 SUMMARY OF TENTATIVE AGREEMENTS
                            BETWEEN THE
            COMMAND OFFICERS ASSOCIATION OF MICHIGAN
                                AND
                         CITY OF MUSKEGON


1.   Duration, Section 42, Duration and Renewal. Four (4) years,
     commencing on January 1, 2015 through December 31, 2018.

2.   Wages, Appendix A.

     1st year - +1% on scale + $600 lump sum payment.

     2nd year - +1% on scale.

     3rd year - +1.5% + $600 lump sum payment.

     4th year - +$1,500 lump sum payment.

     Lump sum payments shall be made during January in the years
     they are applicable.

     If the Employer decides to eliminate 12-hour shifts between
     January 1, 2015 and December 31, 2016, effective on the date
     of the elimination, wages shall increase by one (1%) percent.

3.   FTO Compensation, Section 14.5.   Change to read:

     All members of the bargaining unit shall receive in the month
     of July an amount equal to one-half of one percent (.5%) of
     the one (1) year sergeant’s rate for performing Field Training
     Supervision.

4.   Comp-time, Section 14.3 b.   Change to read:

     An employee electing “Comp-time” for either overtime or for
     holiday premium shall not have those hours added to Final
     Average Compensation (FAC).

     Comp-time shall be capped at one hundred ten (110) hours per
     year.

     Comp-time not used by December 31st of each year shall be
     cashed out down to forty (40) hours.

5.   Holidays, Section 20.3. In the event a holiday falls on a
     normal day off, the employee shall have the option of either
     a comp-day off or receiving pay. If the holiday is taken as
     pay, the pay shall be included in FAC.

6.   Health Insurance, Section 23.   Add to language:

     The employer shall fund the HMO plan with a 20% co-insurance
     until June 1, 2016. The employer may terminate the 20% co-
     insurance plan after June 1, 2016, at which time the employee
     shall be responsible for paying 20% of the HMO Plan. If the
     employer proposes to change or terminate the co-insurance
     after June 1, 2016, the employer shall notify the Union in
     writing at least sixty (60) days prior to June 1, 2016 and
     the contract shall be reopened to negotiate the alternatives
     for how employees will fund their 20% share of the HMO Plan.

7.   Workers’ Compensation.   Add language to contract:

     An employee disabled and absent from duty as a result of a
     service-connected injury 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)
     working days commencing with the date of injury; during which
     time, 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 accumula-
     tion has been exhausted. All Workers’ Compensation payments
     received by the employee for this period shall be turned over
     to the City. This paragraph is limited to those situations
     where the City’s physician requires the employee to be off
     work.

     Sick leave will be applied to lost time, and deducted for
     service-connected disability other than that for which the
     employee receives Workers’ Compensation insurance benefits
     for lost time, only upon receipt of a statement signed by the
     City’s physician to the effect that the inured employee is
     unable to perform the regular duties or such other temporary
     task available in the framework of City functions, in which
     event said employee’s earned sick leave shall be used at the
     rate of one (1) sick leave day for each day of such service-
     connected disability until such sick leave accumulation has
     been exhausted.

     An employee’s absence from duty due to a service-connected
     disability for which he/she is receiving Workers’ Compensa-
     tion benefits shall not be compensated for or deducted from
     his/her sick leave unless he/she shall elect to be paid the
     difference between the Workers’ Compensation received by


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him/her for such service-connected disability at his/her nor-
mal wage or salary; 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.

Any employee disabled and absent from duty as a result of a
service-connected injury incurred in the course of employment
with the City of Muskegon, who has exhausted their sick leave
option, shall receive economic accruals as of that date, ex-
cept as specifically stated in the following subparagraphs:

A.   Seniority shall continue to accrue.

B.   Sick leave shall not be accrued, accumulated, or paid to
     an employee for any time when the employee has not
     worked.

In no event shall any employee who has been disabled and
absent from duty as a result of service-connected injury in-
curred in the course of employment with the City of Muskegon
take vacation time off in any one year in excess of that
provided for in Section 18-Vacations. Any vacation days ac-
cumulated, but no used prior to the injury in excess of the
maximum under Section 18 shall be paid to the employee in the
year the employee returns to duty.




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                             AGENDA ITEM NO. ______________

                  CITY COMMISSION MEETING _____________________


TO:         Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:       Frank Peterson

DATE:       December 3, 2014

RE:         2015 Salary Schedule and Fringe Benefits for Non-Represented Employees



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To approve and adopt the proposed salary ranges and salary schedules for the non-represented
administrative, technical, professional, and supervisory employees for 2015. For Ranges 1 to 5,
the increase is 1%. For all other ranges, the proposed increase is 1.5%. Employees in ranges 1
to 5 would also receive a one-time stipend of $500 to accept as a deposit into either a city
deferred compensation plan or a city health care savings plan (the stipend could be accepted as
cash, but would be reduced to $250).



FINANCIAL IMPACT:
The salary increases will cost approximately $34,000 annually plus approximately $7,600
annually in fringe benefits



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
To authorize the necessary 2015 budgetary amendments and transfer of money from the
affected City funds (Contingency Account for General Fund) to the appropriate salary and fringe
benefit accounts to accommodate the salary increases and fringe benefit adjustments.




STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To approve and adopt the proposed salary ranges, salary schedules, and fringe benefit changes
for non-represented employees for 2015.




COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
None




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          Commission Meeting Date: December 9, 2014




Date:          December 3, 2014
To:            Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:          Planning & Economic Development Department
RE:            Farmers’ Market- Fifth Amendment to Purchase
               Agreement


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City is waiting for the contractor’s lien period on the
Farmers’ Market to expire, so the property can be transferred from the DMDC to the
City free of any claims. This is taking longer than anticipated. Therefore, a Fifth
Amendment to the Purchase Agreement is recommended to extend the closing date.
The Amendment allows for continued operation of the Farmers’ Market prior to the
official closing on the property, with the City “fully responsible for any and all liability
related to operating the farmers’ market” during that time. The Closing is moved to
December 30, 2015 or before. Meanwhile, the City is working with the County
Assessor on alternatives to lower the taxable value on the property while it is in this
transition period.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the attached “Fifth Amendment to
Purchase Agreement” and authorize the City Manager’s signature.
                                     FIFTH AMENDMENT TO
                                     PURCHASE AGREEMENT

        This Amendment (“Amendment”) is made effective on ____________, 2014 (“Effective Date”)
by and between the City of Muskegon, a Michigan municipal corporation, with offices located at 933
Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49440 (“City”), and Downtown Muskegon Development
Corporation, a Michigan non-profit corporation, with offices located at 425 W. Western, Muskegon,
Michigan 49442 (“DMDC”). City and DMDC, may each be referred to as a “Party” or collectively as
“Parties”.

                                                Background

      A.       City and DMDC entered into a purchase agreement on August 13, 2013 (“Purchase
Agreement”) for certain Premises (as defined in the Purchase Agreement). The Premises are being sold
by DMDC to City for the purpose of operating a farmer’s market in downtown Muskegon.

        B.      The intent of the Purchase Agreement was to have a Closing (as defined in the Purchase
Agreement) upon the completion of construction of certain elements and structures by DMDC. The
farmer’s market opened on May 3, 2014, however, the Parties were not be able to close prior to such date.

        C.      The Parties now desire to move the Closing to on or before December 30, 2015, or such
other date mutually agreed upon by the Parties. During the time period between May 3, 2014 and the
Closing, the Parties desire for the City to operate the farmer’s market on the Premises.

     Therefore, for good and valuable consideration, and the mutual promises contained in this
Amendment, the Parties agree to amend Purchase Agreement as follows:

       1.      Closing. The Closing shall occur on or before December 30, 2015, or such other date
mutually agreed upon by the Parties.

        2.      Operations. From the date the farmer’s market opens on the Premises until Closing, the
City shall operate the farmer’s market (“Operations Period”). City shall have full use of the Premises
during the Operations Period.

          3.      Liability. During the Operations Period, City shall be fully responsible for any and all
liability on the Premises related to operating the farmer’s market. In addition, City shall include operating
the farmer’s market on its general liability insurance coverage. Notwithstanding the preceding, DMDC
shall be responsible for any liability on the Premises related to its actions, and the actions of its employees
or agents.

        4.     No Other Modification. Except as expressly modified by the terms of this Amendment,
the Purchase Agreement shall remain in full force and effect. In the event of any inconsistency or conflict
between the Purchase Agreement and this Amendment, the provisions of this Amendment shall govern
and control.

        The Parties have executed this Amendment as of the Effective Date.


                                [Signatures to appear on the following page]



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CITY:        City of Muskegon,
             a Michigan municipal corporation

By:
Name: Frank Peterson
Title: City Manager
Date: ____________ ___, 2014




DMDC:        Downtown Muskegon Development Company,
             a Michigan non-profit corporation

By:
Name:
Title:
Date: ____________ ___, 2014




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Date:         December 3rd, 2014
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From:         Director of Public Safety Jeffrey Lewis

RE: Local Parking Restrictions – Ordinance Amendment


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

The Director of Public Safety requests that the City Commission review and authorize
the proposed amendment to Chapter 92; Article V., subsections 71-72-73 of the City
of Muskegon Ordinance as it relates to parking restrictions, snow emergency
declaration, and parking violations bureau.

Sec. 92-71; is an inclusive list of “parking restriction” that could be enforced within
the city limits of Muskegon, which includes “winter parking ban”, and allowances to
park on the “terrace” at specified times of the year.

Sec. 92-72; is a “snow emergency declaration” which would be enacted at the
request of the Mayor (designee) to clear the public streets if snow or other winter
precipitation was significant and/or impeded safe travel upon the city streets.

Sec. 92-73; is a “parking violations bureau – minimum parking fines”, the fine
schedule (graduated system with set levels) was aligned with the city ordinance
parking restrictions to specify the level of fine(s) associated with the specific parking
violations within sec. 92-71.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

N/A

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

N/A

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

Staff recommends approving this ordinance amendment as written.
                                                     City of Muskegon
                                                Muskegon County, Michigan
                                              Ordinance Amendment No. _____


THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:

Ordinance Amendment Nos. 2325, Adopted July 8, 2014 and Ordinance Amendment 2326,
adopted August 12, 2014 are hereby repealed. Chapter 92 “Traffic and Vehicles,” is hereby by
amended by adding a new Article V “Local Parking Restrictions” as follows:

ARTICLE V. LOCAL PARKING RESTRICTIONS

Sec. 92-71 Parking restrictions

     (1) A person shall not stop, stand, or park a vehicle in any of the following places, except
         when necessary to avoid conflict with other traffic or to comply with the law or the
         directions of a police officer or traffic control device:

           (a) On a sidewalk
           (b) In front of a public or private driveway
           (c) Within an intersection.
           (d) Within 15 feet of a fire hydrant.
           (e) On a crosswalk.
           (f) Within 20 feet of a crosswalk or, if none, then within 15 feet of the intersection of
               property lines at an intersection of streets.
           (g) Within 30 feet of any flashing beacon, stop sign, yield sign, or traffic control signal
               located at the side of a street.
           (h) Between a safety zone and the adjacent curb or within 30 feet of points on the curb
               immediately opposite the ends of a safety zone, unless a different length is indicated
               by signs or markings.
           (i) Within 50 feet of the nearest rail of a railroad crossing.
           (j) Within 20 feet of the driveway entrance to any fire station and, on the side of a street
               opposite the entrance to any fire station, within 75 feet of the entrance when property
               signposted.
           (k) Alongside or opposite any street excavation or obstruction when such stopping,
               standing, parking would obstruct traffic.
           (l) On the street side of any vehicle stopped or parked at the edge or curb of a street.
           (m) On any bridge or other elevated structure on a street or within a street tunnel.
           (n) Within 200 feet of an accident at which police officers are in attendance.
           (o) In front of a theater.
           (p) In any place or in any manner so as to block immediate egress from any emergency
               exit or exits which are conspicuously marked as building emergency exits.
           (q) In any place or in a manner so as to block or hamper the immediate use of an
               immediate egress from any fire escape which is conspicuously marked as a fire
               escape and which provides an emergency means of egress from any building.
           (r) At any place where official signs prohibit stopping, standing, or parking.
           (s) In a parking space which is clearly identified by an official sign as being reserved for
               use by handicappers and which is on public property or private property that is
               available for public use, unless the person is a handicapper as described in the act
               or unless the person is parking the vehicle for the benefit of a handicapper. A


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                certificate of identification issued under section 675(5) of the Act (MCL 257.675(5)) to
                a handicapper shall be displayed on the lower left corner of the front windshield. A
                special registration plate issued under section 803d of the Act (MCL 257.803d) to a
                handicapper shall be displayed on the vehicle.
           (t) Within 500 feet of a fire at which fire apparatus are in attendance when the scene of
                the fire lies outside of a city or village. However, volunteer firefighters responding to
                the fire may park within 500 feet in a manner that does not interfere with fire
                apparatus at the scene. Vehicles legally parked before the fire shall be exempt from
                this subsection.
           (u) Along or on any unpaved parkway, except where the same is used for a driveway to
                enter private or public property. Parking on the terrace (i.e., the area between the
                property line and the street) is permitted during the winter season from December
                15th through the last day of February.
           (v) In any public park, beach or other public area between the hours of 11:00 p.m. and
                5:00 a.m.
           (w) In any public or municipal parking areas between the hours of 2:00 a.m. and 7:00
                a.m.
           (x) Other than between painted lines in designated parking areas.
           (y) On unimproved side or front yards of residential lots.
           (z) On any street between 2:00 a.m. and 6:00 a.m. during the winter season from
                December 15th through the last day of February.
           (aa) On those streets that have been signed or marked for angle parking, a person
                shall not stop, stand, or park a vehicle other than at the angle to the curb or edge of
                the roadway indicated by the signs or markings. The front of the vehicle must be
                nearest the curb or edge of roadway and the rear of the vehicle nearest the travel
                portion of the roadway or parking area (no backing in).
           (bb) A person shall not stand or park a vehicle in a roadway other than parallel with
                the edge of the roadway, headed in the direction of lawful traffic movement, and with
                the right-hand wheels of the vehicle within 12 inches of the curb or edge of the
                roadway, except otherwise provided in this part.
           (cc)     A person shall not stop, stand, or park a vehicle other than a bus in a bus stop or
                other than a taxi cab in a taxi cab stand when the stop or stand has been officially
                designated and appropriately signed, except that the driver of a passenger vehicle
                may temporarily stop therein for the purpose of, and while actually engaged in, the
                expeditious loading or unloading of passengers, if the stopping does not interfere
                with any bus or taxi cab waiting to enter or about to enter the zone.
           (dd) In violation of an official sign restricting the period of time for or manner of
                parking.
           (ee) In a place or in a manner that blocks the use of any alley.
           (ff)     On a street or highway in such a way as to obstruct the delivery of mail to a
                (rural) mailbox by a carrier of the United States postal service.


     (2) A person who violates this section is responsible for a civil infraction.

State law references —Uniform Traffic Code, MCL 257.951et seq.; Michigan Vehicle Code, MCL 257.1
et. seq.




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Section 92-72. Snow Emergency
     (1) No Parking During Snow Emergency.
           Except as otherwise provided in this ordinance, no person shall park any vehicle and/or
           trailer on any street during a declared snow emergency. Permits for on-street parking
           issued under any ordinance or authority of the city shall not be valid during a declared
           snow emergency.
     (2) Declaration of Emergency.
           (a) In the interest of the public health, safety and welfare and at the request of
               appropriate municipal staff, the Mayor or, in his/her absence, the Vice Mayor or, if
               neither are available, the City Manager may declare a snow emergency whenever
               ice or snow has accumulated or is significantly likely to accumulate to such an extent
               as to impede safe travel upon the city streets.
           (b) Upon declaration of a snow emergency, the city’s designated representative shall
               immediately publicize the snow emergency and parking prohibition in a manner
               reasonably calculated to inform the public of the requirements of this ordinance. The
               snow emergency shall be effective six (6) hours after its initial declaration and
               publication.
     (3) Time Limit for Removal of Parked Vehicle – Impoundment Conditions and Penalties
           (a) Within six hours of the declaration of the snow emergency, any motor vehicle or
               trailer on any street, road or avenue within the city shall be removed.
           (b) The city is hereby authorized to remove any vehicle and/or trailer which is parked on
               any street during a declared snow emergency and to transport the same to an
               impound facility designated by the city. Towing, storage and impound fees shall be
               charged to the owner of the vehicle and/or trailer impounded. All impounding fees
               shall be paid prior to the return of the vehicle or trailer to the owner.
           (c) In addition to liability for towing, storage and any other impound fees related to
               removal of a vehicle and/or trailer from the street during a declared snow emergency,
               the registered owner and/or driver of such vehicle may be ticketed for violation of this
               ordinance. Such a violation shall constitute a civil infraction.
     (4) Termination.
           (a) Whenever the Mayor, or in the absence of the Mayor the Mayor Pro Tem, or in the
               absence of both then the City Manager, finds the conditions which gave rise to a
               snow emergency no longer exist, it shall be terminated by notice given substantially
               in the same manner it was declared.
           (b) In the absence of an official termination of the snow emergency, the parking
               prohibition shall be lifted on those streets where the city has completed snow plowing
               from curb to curb for the length thereof lying between two successive street
               intersections and the snow or sleet has stopped.
           (c) In the absence of (a) or (b) above, the snow emergency shall terminate automatically
               forty eight (48) hours after the effective time of the declaration unless the emergency
               has been extended and notice of said extension has been given in substantially the
               same manner the emergency was first declared.




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      (5) Presumption that owner parked vehicle or trailer.

            In any proceeding for a violation of this chapter, proof that the motor vehicle or trailer
            described in the complaint was parked in violation of such chapter, together with proof
            that the defendant named in the complaint was at the time of such violation the
            registered owner of such vehicle or trailer, shall constitute a presumption that the
            registered owner of such vehicle or trailer was the person who parked such vehicle or
            trailer at the point where and for the time during which such violation occurred.

      (6) Other parking restrictions remain in force.

            Nothing contained in this ordinance shall be construed to permit parking at any time or
            place where it is prohibited by any other provision of law.


Section 92-73. Parking violations bureau; minimum parking fines.
(1)         Pursuant to the provisions of state law MCL 600.8395, there is hereby established within
            the city a parking violations bureau to accept pleas of responsible in motor vehicle
            parking violation cases and to collect and retain fines and costs as prescribed by
            ordinance.
(2)         Upon pleading responsible or being found responsible by a court, the fines for parking
            violations shall be as follows:


            (2.1) Level 1 parking violations
s
Code        Offense
Section
92-71 (1)
   bb       Failing to park at the curb in the proper direction (facing traffic)
   bb       Parking on one-way street where prohibited
   aa       Violation of angle parking signs
   aa       Backed into space
    cc      Loading zone
    cc      Passenger zone/ Bus Zone
   dd       Parking overtime


                       The penalties for level 1 parking violations are as follows:

If paid within 7      If paid after If paid after 14 If paid after 30
days                  7 days        days             days
                      but before but before 30 days
                      14 days
$10.00                $20.00         $30.00                 $60.00




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           (2.2) Level 2 parking violations

Code Section            Offense
        r               Parking so as to obstruct traffic
       a                Parking on sidewalk
       b                Blocking driveways
       c                Within an intersection
       e                In a crosswalk
        f               Within 20 feet of a crosswalk or within 15 feet of property lines at intersection
       g                Too close to a flashing beacon, stop sign, yield sign, traffic control signal, or other
                        traffic sign
         h              In a safety zone
         i              Too close to railroad
         j              Too close to fire station entrance
         k              Parking along side or opposite of street excavation
         m              Parking on a bridge or in a tunnel
         n              Parking within 200 feet of an accident
         o              Parking in front of a theater
         p              Blocking emergency exits
         q              Blocking fire escape
         r              Posted prohibited parking; parking violation of any posted signs
         t              Within 500 feet of a fire or fire apparatus (except volunteers and vehicles legally
                        parked before the fire)
          u             Parking on terrace or parkway
          y             Front & Side Yard Parking
          z             2a – 6a Parking Prohibited
         ee             Alley parking
          ff            Obstruct Mail Delivery




                         The penalties for level 2 parking violations are as follows:

If paid within 7     If paid after 7 days     If paid after 14 days          If paid after 30
days                 but before 14 days       but before 30 days             days
$15.00               $30.00                   $45.00                         $70.00


           (2.3) Level 3 parking violations

Code Section       Offense
     d             Too close to a fire hydrant
      l            Double parking
     v             Parking in a public park after 11:00 p.m. and
                   before 5:00am


                         The penalties for level 3 parking violations are as follows:

If paid within 7 days      If paid after 7 days      If paid after 14 days       If paid after 30 days
                           but before 14 days        but before 30 days
$20.00                     $40.00                    $60.00                      $80.00



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           (2.4) Level 4 parking violations

Code Section Offense
             Launching a Boat at City Launch Ramp
   58-34     Facilities Without Permit From March 1 thru
             November 30

                        The penalties for level 4 parking violations are as follows:

If paid within 7 days    If paid after 7 days     If paid after 14 days    If paid after 30 days
                         but before 14 days       but before 30 days
$55.00                   $65.00                   $75.00                   $85.00



           (2.5) Any other violation of the parking provisions which are not listed in the above
           schedules shall be considered level 2 parking violations and shall carry the penalties set
           forth above for level 2 violations, except that:
           a) unlawful parking in a space reserved for persons with disabilities as defined in
              applicable state law shall carry a minimum of $105.00, which shall increase to
              $210.00 after the first seven days after the violation, and $315.00 after 14 days and,
           b) unlawful parking in a fire lane shall carry a minimum of $30.00, which shall increase
              to $60.00 after the first seven days after the violation and $90.00 after 14 days and
              $120.00 after 30 days.

This ordinance adopted:

           Ayes: ______________________________________________________________
           Nays: _______________________________________________________________


Adoption Date: _________________________
Effective Date: _________________________
First Reading: _________________________
Second Reading: ________________________




                                                                             CITY OF MUSKEGON


                                                                             By ______________________________
                                                                                Ann Cummings, MMC
                                                                                City Clerk




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                                                             CERTIFICATE

      The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan, does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an
ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the
City Commission on the          day of                      , 2014, at which meeting a quorum
was present and remained throughout, and that the original of said ordinance is on file in the
records of the City of Muskegon. I further certify that the meeting was conducted, and public
notice was given, pursuant to and in full compliance with Act No. 267, Public Acts of Michigan
of 1976, as amended, and that minutes were kept and will be or have been made available as
required thereby.


DATED:                                  , 2014


                                                             _______________________________________
                                                             Ann Cummings, MMC
                                                             Clerk, City of Muskegon

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




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                                                     CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                    NOTICE OF ADOPTION

TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED

        Please take notice that on ___________________, 2014, the City Commission of the City
of Muskegon repealed Ordinance Amendments 2325 and 2326 and adopted an amendment to
Chapter 92 “Traffic and Vehicles,” Article V “Local Parking Restrictions,” prohibiting parking
in various situations as specified therein.

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

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


                                                                           CITY OF MUSKEGON

Published: _________________, 2014                                  By:    ______________________________
                                                                           Ann Cummings, MMC, Its Clerk


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




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Date: December 3, 2014
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From: Finance
RE:       2015 User Fee Update



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:                  City departments have reviewed and updated their user fees and
these have been incorporated into the Master Fee Resolution that is attached for your consideration.

The new fees and fee changes that are being proposed are highlighted on the attached spreadsheet and
include the following:

•   Modification to Cemeteries opening (cremation) fee for non-residents of the City and elimination of
    other Cemeteries opening (cremation) and family tree search fees to simplify the fee schedule;
•   New fee added in the Clerk’s Office for liquor license renewal after February 28 and the ordinance
    book fee has been eliminated;
•   New fee added by DPW for use of bike path for organized events and new fee for wide load permit;
•   Increased fee for wedding reservations in/on City parks/beaches;
•   Reduction in the late fee for non-payment of rental registration annual fee;
•   Modifications to the Farmers Market daily fees following the first season of operating the new market;
•   New fees added for license to purchase applications to be processed by the Police Department and
    court or probation ordered preliminary breath tests to be performed;
•   Marina added new fees for shoppers docks and cost to move catamaran post, commercial launch
    ramp permit, trailer storage and end of season late removal fees have been adjusted;
•   Fees for installation of water or sewer stub line to property line have been increased as these fees
    have not changed in many years;
•   New fee added for thawing water/sewer line after the first free visit each season and new fee for TV
    sewer lateral;
•   Additions and changes to some Zoning fees to fall in line with other municipalities and to better reflect
    costs.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: Increased revenue for fee supported activities.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. Adoption of the Master Fee Resolution will
help the City attain its budgeted revenue estimates.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None.



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                                                          City of Muskegon

                                                            RESOLUTION


A resolution adopting fees for services in the City entitled "Master Fee Resolution".


The City of Muskegon hereby RESOLVES:


1.       The City of Muskegon has in the past adopted resolutions from time to time which set fees for various services in the City.

2.       That in addition to the specifically adopted resolution fees, there are fees which are charged pursuant to ordinances and
         codes as well the fees which are charged in the exercise of various other functions of the City which serve the public.

3.       That the City Commission has reviewed all of the fees which are charged from time to time pursuant to resolution,
         ordinance and in the affording of services to and for the public, and has determined to adopt the resolution a comprehensive
         schedule of fees by this resolution which is hereby called the "Master Fee Resolution".

4.       That the City Commission and its committees, with the advice of the staff of the City, have carefully investigated and
         examined the fees set forth in this Master Resolution and have determined that they are reasonably related to the actual cost
         of affording the services involved.

NOW, THEREFORE, THE CITY COMMISSION HEREBY RESOLVES:

1.       That the schedule of fees attached to this resolution is hereby adopted and shall be charged for the services set forth in the
         schedule and under the conditions set forth therein.

2.       That any fees listed which are also listed in specific resolutions, rules or regulations, shall be charged in accordance with
         those resolutions, rules and regulations, and with the practices of the City in affording the appropriate services.

3.       That the adoption of this resolution does not amend or change previous specific resolutions for the charging of fees for
         services, and does not preclude the existence of previous or future resolutions setting forth fees which are not included
         herein.


This resolution adopted.

Ayes
Nays


CITY OF MUSKEGON



                                           _____________________Ann Marie Cummings, City Clerk


                                                           CERTIFICATE

         This Resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, held on December 9, 2014.
The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to the Open Meetings Act of the State of Michigan, Act 267 of the Public Acts of
1976.



                                                                       Ann Marie Cummings, City Clerk



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                                                                         Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
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                                                                                                                                      PROPOSED
                                                                                                                2013         2014          2015           DEPARTMENT
       DEPT                                    DESCRIPTION                             UNIT                     FEE          FEE           FEE             COMMENTS


1       ALL       ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEAD ON SALES TO OUTSIDE PARTIES         TOTAL BALANCE DUE                15.00%       15.00%        15.00%


2       ALL       COPIES FOR PUBLIC (STANDARD SIZES)                               PER COPY                         0.25       0.25          0.25


3       ALL       FAX CHARGE FOR INFORMATION REQUESTS                              PER PAGE                         0.50       0.50          0.50


4       ALL       LATE FEE ON CITY RECEIVABLES (EXCEPT TAXES)                 PAST DUE BALANCE                  1.00%        1.00%         1.00%    PER MO./IMPOSED AFTER 30 DAYS



5    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS A-B)                          EACH                   1,339.00     1,350.00      1,350.00


6    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS A-B) NR *                     EACH                   1,664.00     1,700.00      1,700.00


7    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS C-F)                          EACH                   1,533.00     1,600.00      1,600.00


8    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS C-F) NR *                     EACH                   1,906.00     2,000.00      2,000.00


9    CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN)                             ONE GRAVE                    700.00       750.00        750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



10   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN)                            TWO GRAVES                   1,300.00     1,400.00      1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



11   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN) NR *                       TWO GRAVES                   1,599.00     1,650.00      1,650.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



12   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN) NR *                        ONE GRAVE                    827.00       900.00        900.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



13   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE)                              ONE GRAVE                    700.00       750.00        750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



14   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE)                             TWO GRAVES                   1,300.00     1,400.00      1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



15   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE) NR *                         ONE GRAVE                    827.00       900.00        900.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



16   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE) NR *                        TWO GRAVES                   1,599.00     1,600.00      1,600.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



17   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD)                               ONE GRAVE                    700.00       750.00        750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



18   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD)                              TWO GRAVES                   1,300.00     1,400.00      1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



19   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD) NR *                         TWO GRAVES                   1,599.00     1,650.00      1,650.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



20   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD) NR *                          ONE GRAVE                    827.00       900.00        900.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



21   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER)                 ONE GRAVE                    650.00       700.00        700.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



22   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER)                TWO GRAVES                   1,200.00     1,300.00      1,300.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



23   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER) NR *            ONE GRAVE                    717.00       750.00        750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE




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       DEPT                                    DESCRIPTION                                 UNIT                     FEE        FEE           FEE            COMMENTS


24   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER) NR *               TWO GRAVES                   1,423.00   1,450.00      1,450.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



25   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER)                   ONE GRAVE                    700.00     750.00        750.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



26   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER)                  TWO GRAVES                   1,300.00   1,400.00      1,400.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



27   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER) NR *              ONE GRAVE                    827.00     850.00        850.00    50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



28   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER) NR *             TWO GRAVES                   1,599.00   1,650.00      1,650.00   50% GOES TO PERPETUAL CARE



29   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES IN-GOUND SPACE FOR CREMAINS (RESTLAWN)                        EACH                    289.00     300.00        300.00


30   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES IN-GOUND SPACE FOR CREMAINS (RESTLAWN) NR*                    EACH                    347.00     350.00        350.00


31   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (1/2 GRAVE--ALL CEMETERIES)                      EACH                    462.00     500.00        500.00


32   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (1/2 GRAVE--ALL CEMETERIES) NR *                 EACH                    578.00     600.00        600.00


33   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (1/2 GRAVE)                                           EACH                    260.00     250.00        250.00


34   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (1/2 GRAVE) NR *                                      EACH                    318.00     300.00        300.00


35   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION)                                           EACH                    300.00     300.00        300.00


36   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION) NR *                                      EACH                    312.00     300.00        350.00


37   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, GRASS, CHAIRS)                            EACH                    330.00     350.00          0.00            OBSOLETE



38   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, GRASS, CHAIRS) NR *                       EACH                    370.00     400.00          0.00            OBSOLETE



39   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, TENT, GRASS, CHAIRS)                      EACH                    370.00     400.00          0.00            OBSOLETE



40   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, TENT, GRASS, CHAIRS) NR *                 EACH                    404.00     450.00          0.00            OBSOLETE



41   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SECOND CREMAINS (OPEN GRAVESITE)                              EACH                     58.00      60.00         60.00       FOR ADDITIONAL ASHES



42   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING                                                       EACH                    500.00     500.00        500.00


43   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING NR *                                                  EACH                    607.00     600.00        600.00


44   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN IN BABYLAND)                               EACH                    145.00     150.00        150.00


45   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN IN BABYLAND) NR *                          EACH                    173.00     175.00        175.00


46   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN NOT IN BABYLAND)                           EACH                    260.00     250.00        250.00




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       DEPT                                    DESCRIPTION                            UNIT                     FEE        FEE           FEE      COMMENTS


47   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN NOT IN BABYLAND) NR *                 EACH                    318.00      300.00       300.00


48   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OVERTIME (MON-FRI AFTER 2:30PM)                          EACH                    200.00      300.00       300.00


49   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OVERTIME (SATURDAYS & HOLIDAYS)                          EACH                    300.00      400.00       400.00


50   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES OVERTIME (SUNDAYS)                                       EACH                    450.00      500.00       500.00


51   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES COLUMBARIUUM                                      EACH                    800.00      850.00       850.00


52   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES COLUMBARIUM NR                                    EACH                    850.00      900.00       900.00


53   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES (OPEN/CLOSING)                                    EACH                    125.00      125.00       125.00


54   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES NICHES (OPEN/CLOSING) NR                                 EACH                    175.00      175.00       175.00


55   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES HEADSTONE SERVICE                                PER SQUARE INCH                      0.55     0.55         0.55   MINIMUM $60.00



56   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE (GOVERNMENT MARKERS)                             EACH                     60.00       60.00        60.00


57   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE (MAUSOLEUM VASES)                                EACH                     75.00       75.00        75.00


58   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE HEADSTONE PRE-PLACEMENT                          EACH                     25.00       25.00        25.00


59   CEMETERIES   CEMETERIES SERVICE (SMALL VASES) RESTLAWN                           EACH                     40.00       50.00        50.00


60   CEMETERIES   ENTOMBMENT - EVERGREEN MAUSOLEM                                     EACH                    173.00      175.00       175.00


61   CEMETERIES   ENTOMBMENT NR - EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM                                 EACH                    231.00      250.00       250.00


62   CEMETERIES   TRANSFER & AFFIDAVIT FEE PER GRAVE SPACE                            EACH                     50.00       50.00        50.00


63   CEMETERIES   CHAPEL FUNERAL SERVICE                                              EACH                     50.00       75.00        75.00


64   CEMETERIES   FAMILY TREE SEARCH                                           SINGLE SEARCH                       3.00     5.00         0.00     OBSOLETE



65   CEMETERIES   FAMILY TREE SEARCH                                           FIVE SEARCHES                   10.00       15.00         0.00     OBSOLETE



66     CLERK      ADDRESS LABELS - VOTER REGISTRATION                                 EACH                         0.05     0.05         0.05


67     CLERK      BUSINESS REGISTRATION                                               EACH                     30.00       30.00        30.00


68     CLERK      BUSINESS TRANSIENT/PEDDLER                                       PER DAY                     30.00        0.00         0.00     OBSOLETE



69     CLERK      BUSINESS TRANSIENT/PEDDLER - RENEWAL MAY 1ST                      ANNUAL                                150.00       150.00




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                                                                                                                         2013         2014          2015                         DEPARTMENT
     DEPT                                 DESCRIPTION                                           UNIT                     FEE          FEE           FEE                           COMMENTS


70   CLERK   BUSINESS AUCTIONEER LICENSE (INDIVIDUAL EVENT)                                  PER DAY                     10.00        10.00         10.00


71   CLERK   BUSINESS AUCTIONEER LICENSE (REGULAR)                                          PER YEAR                    100.00       100.00        100.00


72   CLERK   AUCTION FEE                                                                     PER DAY                     30.00        30.00         30.00


73   CLERK   BUSINESS COMMERCIAL GARBAGE HAULER                                             PER YEAR                    100.00         0.00          0.00                           OBSOLETE



74   CLERK   BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT OCCUPANCY                                               PER YEAR                    125.00       125.00        125.00


75   CLERK   GAMING LICENSE REQUEST/PERMIT (30 DAYS OR MORE ADVANCE NOTICE)                     EACH                     75.00        75.00         75.00


76   CLERK   GAMING LICENSE REQUEST (LESS THAN 30 DAYS ADVANCE NOTICE)                          EACH                    100.00       100.00        100.00



                                                                                                                                                             CHARGED TO LAW FIRMS AND OTHER FOR PROFIT ORGANIZATIONS
77   CLERK   CITY HALL CONFERENCE ROOM RENTAL                                               PER HOUR                     25.00        25.00         25.00
                                                                                                                                                              WISHING TO USE FACILITIES FOR NON-CITY RELATED BUSINESS



78   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT PERMIT APPLICATION FEE                                                EACH                    100.00       100.00        100.00


79   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT PERMIT CERTIFICATE FEE                                         EACH LOCATION                   50.00        50.00         50.00                     SAME AS RENEWAL FEE



80   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT/RENTAL FEE (BUS BENCHES)                                    PER BENCH/PERMONTH                     5.00       5.00          5.00


81   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT 1-YEAR RENEWAL                                                        EACH                     25.00        25.00         25.00


82   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT 1-YEAR RENEWAL (INSPECTION REQ'D)                                     EACH                     50.00        50.00         50.00


83   CLERK   ENCROACHMENT PERMIT TO WORK IN R-O-W                                            PER UNIT                    10.00        10.00         10.00            OR ACTUAL COSTS (WHICHEVER IS GREATER)


             FIREWORKS DISPLAY PERMIT PROCESSING FEE (30 OR MORE DAYS ADVANCE
84   CLERK                                                                                      EACH                     75.00        75.00         75.00
             NOTICE)

             FIREWORKS DISPLAY PERMIT PROCESSING FEE (LESS THAN 30 DAYS ADVANCE
85   CLERK                                                                                      EACH                    150.00       150.00        150.00
             NOTICE)

86   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL (BEFORE FEBRUARY 28)                                        EACH                    100.00       100.00        100.00


87   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE RENEWAL (AFTER FEBRUARY 28)                                         EACH                                               150.00                            NEW FEE



88   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE TRANSFER OF OWNERSHIP OR LOCATION                                   EACH                    250.00       250.00        250.00


             DEVELOPMENT DISTRICT AREA CLASS-C ON-PREMISES LIQUOR LICENSE
89   CLERK                                                                                      EACH                   2,500.00     2,500.00      2,500.00            SAME REVIEW PROCESS AS FOR RENEWAL
             (FORMERLY DOWNTOWN DEV AUTH LICENSE)

90   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE NEW CLASS C LICENSE                                                 EACH                   2,500.00         0.00          0.00                          OBSOLETE



91   CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE NEW SDD OR SDM                                                      EACH                    250.00         0.00          0.00                           OBSOLETE




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                                                                                                                              2013         2014          2015               DEPARTMENT
      DEPT                                  DESCRIPTION                                              UNIT                     FEE          FEE           FEE                 COMMENTS


92    CLERK   NEW LIQUOR LICENSE                                                                     EACH                         0.00   1,000.00      1,000.00           REPLACES FEES ABOVE



93    CLERK   GOING OUT OF BUSINESS SALE                                                             EACH                     50.00        50.00         50.00        UP TO ONE MONTH - RENEWABLE



94    CLERK   LIQUOR LICENSE (EXPANSION OF EXISTING LICENSE)                                         EACH                     25.00        25.00         25.00


95    CLERK   MOBILE FOOD VENDING PERMIT                                                        PER MONTH                                               300.00       APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



96    CLERK   MOBILE FOOD VENDING PERMIT (BRICK & MORTAR RESTAURANT IN CITY)                    PER MONTH                                               150.00       APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



97    CLERK   MOBILE FOOD VENDING PERMIT (BRICK & MORTAR RESTAURANT IN DDA DISTRICT)            PER MONTH                                                50.00       APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



98    CLERK   ORDINANCE BOOK                                                                         EACH                    250.00       250.00          0.00                 OBSOLETE



99    CLERK   ORDINANCE BOOK ON CD-ROM                                                               EACH                    250.00         0.00          0.00                 OBSOLETE



100   CLERK   ORDINANCE BOOK SUBSCRIPTION SERVICE (BI-ANNUAL UPDATES)                            PER YEAR                     50.00          0.00          0.00                OBSOLETE



101   CLERK   PASSPORT APPLICATION FEE                                                               EACH                     25.00        25.00         25.00            FEDERAL LAW CHANGE



102   CLERK   PASSPORT PHOTO FEE                                                                 2 PHOTOS                     10.00        10.00         10.00


103   CLERK   PRECINCT MAPS (SMALL)                                                                  EACH                         2.00      2.00          2.00


104   CLERK   PUBLIC NOTARY FEE                                                                      EACH                         5.00      5.00          5.00         CONSISTENT WITH COUNTY FEE



105   CLERK   SPECIAL EVENT PARKING FEE (UNDER 50 PARKING SPOTS)                                PER EVENT                                                25.00       APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



106   CLERK   SPECIAL EVENT PARKING FEE (OVER 50 PARKING SPOTS)                                 PER EVENT                                                50.00       APPROVED BY COMMISSION IN 2014



107   CLERK   TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT NEW PROVIDER FEE                                                EACH                    500.00       500.00        500.00    PER NEW STATE TELECOMMUNICATIONS ACT



108   CLERK   VOTER INFORMATION - ON DISK                                                            EACH                     25.00        25.00         25.00


109   CLERK   VOTER REGISTRATION - HARDCOPY LIST                                                PER LISTING                       0.01      0.01          0.01


110   CLERK   VOTER REGISTRATION - MAILING LABELS                                               PER LABEL                         0.05      0.05          0.05


111   CNS     MORTGAGE REFINANCE FEE                                                                 EACH                     50.00        50.00         50.00


112   CNS     REHAB LOAN APPLICATION FEE                                                             EACH                    200.00       200.00        200.00


113   CNS     RENTAL REHAB APPLICATION FEE                                                       PER LOAN                    100.00       100.00        100.00


114   DPW     ADDITIONAL GARBAGE SERVICE (1 TOTER)                                              PER MONTH                     13.00        13.00         13.00




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        DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                                    UNIT                     FEE          FEE           FEE                   COMMENTS


115      DPW        APPLIANCE STICKER                                                            EACH                     25.00        25.00         25.00


116      DPW        GARBAGE CART REPLACEMENT - DAMAGED BY USER                                   EACH                     55.00        55.00         55.00


117      DPW        GARBAGE SERVICE - SMALL BUSINESS                                        PER MONTH                     16.00        16.00         16.00     INCLUDES CHURCHES AND NON-PROFITS



118      DPW        GARBAGE SERVICE - UNAUTORIZED USE OF CARTS                             PER INCIDENT                   30.00        30.00         30.00


119      DPW        GARBAGE SERVICE - REPLACE LOST/STOLEN CART                                   EACH                     55.00        55.00         55.00


120      DPW        GARBAGE SERVICE - NEW SERVICE STARTUP                                        EACH                     55.00        55.00         55.00


121      DPW        GARBAGE SERVICE - MIXED REFUSE STICKER                                       EACH                         2.00      2.00          2.00        BUY 6 FOR $10.00 - UNIT PRICE $1.67



122      DPW        FEE FOR SPECIAL COLLECTION OF ILLIEGAL MATERIALS                             EACH                     50.00        50.00         50.00    OR ACTUAL COSTS (WHICHEVER IS GREATER)


                    FEE FOR BULK YARD WASTE DROP OFF (DURING REGULAR HOURS) - BY
123      DPW                                                                                     EACH                     25.00        25.00         25.00
                    APPOINTMENT ONLY

124      DPW        REPLACE EMPLOYEE ID/ACCESS TKC CARD                                   PER LOST CARD                   50.00        50.00          0.00                    OBSOLETE



125      DPW        STORM SEWER CONNECTION FEE                                                   EACH                    800.00       800.00        800.00                    STUB FEE



126      DPW        TREE REPLACEMENT PLANTING FEE                                                EACH                    200.00       200.00        200.00


127      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (12" AND UNDER DIAMETER)                                    EACH                    200.00       200.00        200.00       TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



128      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (12" - 18" DIAMETER)                                        EACH                    345.00       345.00        500.00       TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



129      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (18" - 24" DIAMETER)                                        EACH                    650.00       650.00        650.00       TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



130      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (24" - 30" DIAMETER)                                        EACH                    750.00       750.00        750.00       TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



131      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (30" - 36" DIAMETER)                                        EACH                   1,000.00     1,000.00      1,000.00      TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



132      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (36" - 42" DIAMETER)                                        EACH                   1,700.00     1,700.00      1,700.00      TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



133      DPW        TREE REMOVAL FEE (42" AND OVER DIAMETER)                                     EACH                   1,900.00     1,900.00      1,900.00      TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE



134      DPW        HANG AND/OR REMOVE BANNER                                             EACH REQUEST                   450.00       450.00        450.00        EACH ADDITIONAL BANNER: $50.00



135      DPW        USE OF BIKE PATH FOR ORGANIZED EVENTS                                   EACH EVENT                                              200.00                   PER EVENT



136      DPW        WIDE LOAD PERMIT                                                             EACH                                               200.00


137   DPW (PARKS)   EXCLUSIVE USE OF HACKLEY PK FOR SPECIAL EVENTS                            PER DAY                    125.00       125.00        125.00




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                                                                                                                             2013       2014          2015                        DEPARTMENT
        DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                                       UNIT                     FEE        FEE           FEE                          COMMENTS


138   DPW (PARKS)   EXCLUSIVE USE OF PERE MARQUETTE LARGE OVAL FOR SPECIAL EVENTS                PER DAY                    125.00      125.00       125.00


139   DPW (PARKS)   USE FEE IN ADDITION TO SPECIAL EVENT APPLICLATION FEE                        PER DAY                    125.00      125.00       125.00


                    CLEANING DEPOST FOR EXCLUSIVE USE OF HACKLEY, PERE MARQUETTE OR
140   DPW (PARKS)                                                                                   EACH                     50.00       50.00        50.00
                    MARGARET DRAKE ELLIOTT PARKS - SPECIAL EVENT

141   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK BUILDING USE (RESV. BEFORE 4/15)                           11:00AM - 4:00PM               100.00      100.00       100.00


142   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK BUILDING USE (RESV. BEFORE 4/15)                           5:00PM - 10:00PM               100.00      100.00       100.00


143   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK BUILDING USE (RESV. MADE BETWEEN 4/15 - 9/30)                     EACH                     25.00       25.00       125.00                     CLARIFICATION OF FEE



144   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK BUILDING USE                                            PER ADDITIONAL HOUR                25.00       25.00        25.00


145   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK BUILDING USE (CLEANING/SECURITY DEPOSIT)                          EACH                     50.00       50.00        50.00


146   DPW (PARKS)   MC GRAFT PARK MUSIC BOWL                                                        HOUR                     45.00       45.00        45.00


147   DPW (PARKS)   PARKS (LIGHT COSTS SPORT FIELDS & COURTS)                                       EACH                     40.00       40.00        40.00

                                                                                                                                                              DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
148   DPW (PARKS)   PARKS (WOOD SNOW FENCE RENTAL)                                                  EACH                     30.00       30.00        30.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                   UP IS REQUIRED
                                                                                                                                                             DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
149   DPW (PARKS)   PARKS (USE OF GARBAGE CANS)                                                     EACH                         5.00     5.00         5.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                    UP IS REQUIRED

150   DPW (PARKS)   PARKS (PLASTIC BAGS FOR GARBAGE CANS)                                       PER CASE                     30.00       30.00         0.00                          OBSOLETE



151   DPW (PARKS)   SPORTS FIELD & COURT RENTAL (EXLUDES SETUP SERVICES)                     2 HOUR RENTAL                   25.00       25.00        25.00


152   DPW (PARKS)   CHANNEL SHELTER RENTAL                                                          EACH                     50.00       50.00        50.00


153   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL (MADE BEFORE 4/15 OR AFTER 9/30)                    EACH SESSION                  100.00      100.00       100.00


154   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL (MADE BETWEEN 4/15 AND 9/30)                        EACH SESSION                  125.00      125.00       125.00


155   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL RESERVATION CHANGE                                        EACH                     15.00       15.00        15.00


156   DPW (PARKS)   CLEANING FEE FOR RENTALS                                                        EACH                     75.00       75.00        75.00              NOT CHARGED IF FACILITY LEFT CLEAN



157   DPW (PARKS)   PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL (KRUSE #4 - 200 PERSON SHELTER)                       RESIDENT                    125.00      125.00       125.00


158   DPW (PARKS)   GROUPED TABLES (4) AT DRAKE-ELLIOTT (48 PEOPLE)                                 EACH                     50.00       50.00        50.00


159   DPW (PARKS)   WEDDING RESERVATIONS IN/ON CITY PARKS/BEACHES                                   EACH                    125.00      125.00       150.00


160   DPW (PARKS)   KEY DEPOSIT (RESTROOM)                                                          EACH                     25.00       25.00        25.00




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                                                                                           Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                      (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                             PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                  2013               2014         2015                           DEPARTMENT
           DEPT                                          DESCRIPTION                                     UNIT                     FEE                FEE          FEE                             COMMENTS

                                                                                                                                                                             DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
161     DPW (PARKS)      CITY SERVICES (55-GAL METAL TRASH CANS)                                        EACH                          5.00            5.00            5.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  UP IS REQUIRED


                                                                                                                                                                             DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
162     DPW (PARKS)      CITY SERVICES RENTAL OF POSTS                                              EACH POST                         3.00            3.00            3.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  UP IS REQUIRED


                                                                                                                                                                             DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
163     DPW (PARKS)      CITY SERVICES (PICNIC TABLES)                                                   EACH                     10.00              10.00           10.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  UP IS REQUIRED


164     DPW (PARKS)      CITY SERVICES (LABOR PARKS OR DPW STAFF)                                    PER HOUR                     60.00              60.00           60.00


165     ENGINEERING      CHARGE FOR BLUEPRINTS (PLANS & UTILITY MAPS)                                    EACH                         8.00            8.00            8.00


166     ENGINEERING      CHARGE FOR BID DOCUMENTS (STANDARD)                                             EACH                     40.00              40.00           40.00


167     ENGINEERING      CHARGE FOR BID DOCUMENTS (NON-STANDARD)                                         EACH             ACTUAL COSTS       ACTUAL COSTS    ACTUAL COSTS



168     ENGINEERING      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT BILLING FEE                                           PER BILL                        5.00            5.00            5.00


169     ENGINEERING      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT HOOKUP FEE FOR SYSTEM AVAILABILITY                       EACH                    175.00             175.00          175.00                 5,000 GALLON PER DAY MAXIMUM



170     ENGINEERING      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT PERMIT APPLICATION FEE                                   EACH                    500.00             500.00          500.00


171     ENGINEERING      STORM WATER MANAGEMENT SYSTEM USE FEE                                   PER 1,000 GALLONS                    0.20            0.20            0.20


172     ENGINEERING      PROPERTY OWNER WORKING IN R-O-W FEE                                         EACH UNIT                    20.00              20.00           20.00           SIDEWALK/DRIVE APPROACHES, LANDSCAPING



173     ENGINEERING      UTILITY ANNUAL PERMIT FEE                                                       EACH                   1,750.00          1,750.00        1,750.00


174     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT PERMIT APPLICATION FEE/CONTRACT                                      UNIT                    50.00              50.00           50.00


175     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT PERMIT FEE                                                           UNIT                    20.00              20.00           20.00


176     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PAVEMENT REMOVAL-PAVEMENT <4 YEARSOLD)                       SQUARE YARD                   100.00             100.00          100.00           FEES ADJUSTED TO REFLECT RESIDUAL VALUE



177     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PAVEMENT REMOVAL-PAVEMENT 4-9 YEARSOLD)                      SQUARE YARD                    75.00              75.00           75.00           FEES ADJUSTED TO REFLECT RESIDUAL VALUE



178     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PAVEMENT REMOVAL-PAVEMENT >10 YEARSOLD)                      SQUARE YARD                    50.00              50.00           50.00           FEES ADJUSTED TO REFLECT RESIDUAL VALUE



179     ENGINEERING      UTILITY CUT (PROJECT DURATION)                                                  WEEK                     27.50              27.50           27.50


      SAFEBUILT - CODE
180                      TERRACE VIOLATIONS ADMINISTRATION FEE                                    FIRST VIOLATION                 30.00              50.00           50.00            PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED.
       ENFORCEMENT
                                                                                                                                                                              PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED. FEE FOR EACH
      SAFEBUILT - CODE
181                      TERRACE VIOLATIONS ADMINISTRATION FEE (EACH SUBSEQUENT IN YEAR)         EACH SUBSEQUENT                      5.00           10.00           10.00   SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS INCREMENT $50 (E.G. 2ND VIOLATION =
       ENFORCEMENT                                                                                                                                                                              $60; 3RD = $70, ETC

      SAFEBUILT - CODE
182                      GRASS, TRASH AND LEAF VIOLATIONS                                         FIRST VIOLATION                 70.00              90.00           90.00            PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED.
       ENFORCEMENT



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                                                                                                Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                           (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                             PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                       2013         2014          2015                           DEPARTMENT
            DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                                           UNIT                     FEE          FEE           FEE                             COMMENTS

                                                                                                                                                                             PLUS HOURLY COST FOR WORK PERFORMED. FEE FOR EACH
      SAFEBUILT - CODE
183                        GRASS, TRASH AND LEAF VIOLATIONS (EACH SUBSEQUENT IN YEAR)                 EACH SUBSEQUENT                  10.00        15.00         15.00     SUBSEQUENT VIOLATIONS INCREMENT $90 (E.G. 2ND VIOLATION =
       ENFORCEMENT                                                                                                                                                                            $105; 3RD = $120, ETC

      SAFEBUILT - CODE
184                        LATE FEE ON INVOICES OVER 45 DAYS                                            EACH INVOICE                                  5.00          5.00
       ENFORCEMENT

          CITY-CODE
185                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                               VACANT BUILDING                      0.00      0.00          0.00                    VACANT LESS THAN ONE YEAR
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
186                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                               VACANT BUILDING                 500.00       500.00        500.00                VACANT 1 YEAR BUT LESS THAN 2 YEARS
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
187                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                               VACANT BUILDING                1,000.00     1,000.00      1,000.00              VACANT 2 YEARS BUT LESS THAN 3 YEARS
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
188                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                               VACANT BUILDING                2,000.00     2,000.00      2,000.00              VACANT 3 YEARS BUT LESS THAN 5 YEARS
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
189                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                               VACANT BUILDING                3,500.00     3,500.00      3,500.00              VACANT 5 YEARS BUT LESS THAN 10 YEARS
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
190                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                               VACANT BUILDING                5,000.00     5,000.00      5,000.00                         VACANT 10 YEARS
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
191                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION                                               VACANT BUILDING                 500.00      1,000.00      1,000.00                EACH YEAR VACANT BEYOND 10 YEARS
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
192                        VACANT BUILDING ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL FEE (31-60 DAYS LATE)                  OCCURRENCE                     25.00        25.00         25.00                        NON-REFUNDABLE FEE
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
193                        VACANT BUILDING ADMINISTRATIVE APPEAL FEE (61-90 DAYS LATE)                  OCCURRENCE                     35.00        35.00         35.00                        NON-REFUNDABLE FEE
         COMPLIANCE

          CITY-CODE
194                        VACANT BUILDING REGISTRATION - FORMAL APPEAL FEE                             OCCURRENCE                     50.00        50.00         50.00                        NON-REFUNDABLE FEE
         COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                           INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4 YEARS
195   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION PER PARCEL (ANNUAL)                                SINGLE UNIT                   35.00        25.00         25.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 FOR COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                           INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4 YEARS
196   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION PER PARCEL (ANNUAL)                                   DUPLEX                     40.00        30.00         30.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 FOR COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                           INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4 YEARS
197   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION (ANNUAL - BASE)                                       3 UNITS                    50.00        40.00         40.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 FOR COMPLIANCE

                                                                                                                                                                           INCLUDES ONE INSPECTION AND ONE RE-INSPECTION EVERY 4 YEARS
198   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION (ANNUAL - PER PARCEL OVER 3)                     PER UNIT OVER 3                     5.00       5.00          5.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                 FOR COMPLIANCE


199   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION (INSPECTION NO-SHOW)                                                                 0.00       0.00          0.00


                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION (INSPECTION NO-SHOW FIRST TIME OR LATE
200   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                                   PER UNIT                    50.00        60.00         60.00
                           CANCELLATION)

                                                                                                                                                                              FEE ASSESSED WHEN A 3RD CANCELLATION IS RECEIVED BY
201   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION CANCELLATION FEE                                    OCCURRENCE                                  50.00         50.00
                                                                                                                                                                                             CUSTOMER OR AGENT

                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION CANCELLATION FEE (STARTING WITH 4TH                                                                                  ADDED TOBASE CANCELLATION FEE; EACH CANCELLATION INSTANCE
202   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                                OCCURRENCE                                  10.00         10.00
                           CANCELLATION)                                                                                                                                        WILL CAUSE FEE TO INCREASE BY AN ADDITIONAL $10.00

                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION (INSPECTION NO-SHOW EACH ADDT'L TIME OR                                                                                ADDED TO BASE NO SHOW FEE; EACH NO SHOW INSTANCE WILL
203   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                                   PER UNIT                    10.00        15.00         15.00
                           LATE CANCELLATION)                                                                                                                                CAUSE INSPECTION FEE TO INCREASE BY AN ADDITIONAL $15..00



                                                                                                                                                                               FEE TO BE ASSESSED TO PROPERTIES NOT BROUGHT INTO
204   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION NON-COMPLIANCE FEE (2ND REINSPECTION)                  PER UNIT                    40.00        35.00         35.00
                                                                                                                                                                                    COMPLIANCE AFTER THE FIRST REINSPECTION




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                                                                                               Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                          (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                          PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                      2013       2014          2015                        DEPARTMENT
            DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                                           UNIT                      FEE        FEE           FEE                          COMMENTS

                                                                                                                                                                         ADDED TO BASE NON-COMPLIANCE FEE; EACH REINSPECTION
                           RENTAL PROPERTY INSPECTION NON-COMPLIANCE FEE (STARTING WITH 3RD
205   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                                 PER UNIT                     10.00       10.00        10.00   INSTANCE WILL CAUSE NON-COMPLIANCE FEE TO INCREASE BY AN
                           COMPLIANCE REINSPECTION)                                                                                                                                         ADDITIONAL $10.00


                                                                                                                                                                          FEE ASSESSED TO PROPERTIES IN COMPLIANCE INTERIOR
                           RENTAL PROPERTY EXTERIOR ONLY REINSPECTION FEE (1ST EXTERIOR ONLY
206   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                                 PER UNIT                     25.00       30.00        30.00      REQUIREMENTS BUT NOT IN COMPLIANCE WITH EXTERIOR
                           REINSPECTION)                                                                                                                                         REQUIREMENTS BY FIRST REINSPECTION


                                                                                                                                                                           ADDED TO BASE EXTERIOR NON-COMPLIANCE FEE; EACH
                           RENTAL PROPERTY EXTERIOR ONLY REINSPECTION FEE (STARTING WITH 2ND
207   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL                                                                                 PER UNIT                         5.00    10.00        10.00 REINSPECTION INSTANCE WILL CAUSE EXTERIOR NON-COMPLIANCE
                           EXTERIOR ONLY REINSPECTION)                                                                                                                          FEE TO INCREASE BY AN ADDITIONAL $10.00



208   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL LATE FEE FOR NON-PAYMENT OF RENTAL REGISTRATION ANNUAL FEE              EACH PROPERTY VIOLATION             100.00      100.00        75.00                  FEE CHARGED AFTER 90 DAYS



209   SAFEBUILT - RENTAL HOUSING-WARRANT INSPECTION FEE                                                     EACH                     150.00      150.00       150.00


210     ENV SERVICES       BOARD UP'S                                                                    PER UNIT                                 40.00        40.00     PLUS THE COST OF THE CONTRACTOR TO DO THE BOARD UP



211     ENV SERVICES       ADMINISTRATIVE OVERHEAD ON DEMOLITIONS                                        PER UNIT                                10.0%         10.0%       10% BASED ON THE CONTRACTORS PRICE TO DEMOLISH



212   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 1 - REGULAR                                                                 DAILY                                 20.00        25.00


213   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 2 - REGULAR                                                                 DAILY                                 20.00        25.00


214   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 1 - CORNER                                                                  DAILY                                 20.00        25.00


215   FARMERS' MARKET      ELBOW - TIER 1                                                                   DAILY                                 20.00        25.00


216   FARMERS' MARKET      ELBOW - TIER 2                                                                   DAILY                                 20.00        25.00


217   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 1 - CORNER                                                              0-2 MONTHS                   313.00      313.00       313.00        NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



218   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 1 - REGULAR                                                             0-2 MONTHS                   288.00      288.00       288.00        NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



219   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 2 - REGULAR                                                             0-2 MONTHS                   163.00      163.00       163.00        NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



220   FARMERS' MARKET      ELBOWS - TIER 1                                                              0-2 MONTHS                        0.00   375.00       375.00             NEW FEE FOR NEW LOCATION AT MARKET



221   FARMERS' MARKET      ELBOWS - TIER 2                                                              0-2 MONTHS                        0.00   500.00       500.00             NEW FEE FOR NEW LOCATION AT MARKET



222   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 1 - CORNER                                                               5 MONTHS                    376.50      376.50       376.50        NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



223   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 1 - REGULAR                                                              5 MONTHS                    347.50      347.50       347.50        NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



224   FARMERS' MARKET      TIER 2 - REGULAR                                                              5 MONTHS                    204.50      204.50       204.50        NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



225   FARMERS' MARKET      ELBOWS - TIER 1                                                               5 MONTHS                         0.00   425.00       425.00             NEW FEE FOR NEW LOCATION AT MARKET




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                                                                        Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                   (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                   PROPOSED
                                                                                                               2013       2014          2015                     DEPARTMENT
           DEPT                                       DESCRIPTION                    UNIT                      FEE        FEE           FEE                       COMMENTS


226   FARMERS' MARKET   ELBOWS - TIER 2                                           5 MONTHS                         0.00   600.00       600.00           NEW FEE FOR NEW LOCATION AT MARKET



227   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - CORNER                                           7 MONTHS                    404.00      404.00       404.00      NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



228   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 1 - REGULAR                                          7 MONTHS                    374.00      374.00       374.00      NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



229   FARMERS' MARKET   TIER 2 - REGULAR                                          7 MONTHS                    224.00      224.00       224.00      NO CHANGE TO FEE REVISED NAME FOR NEW MARKET



230   FARMERS' MARKET   ELBOWS - TIER 1                                           7 MONTHS                         0.00   500.00       500.00        NEW FEE FOR NEW LOCATION AT MARKET


231   FARMERS' MARKET   ELBOWS - TIER 2                                           7 MONTHS                         0.00   750.00       750.00        NEW FEE FOR NEW LOCATION AT MARKET


232   FARMERS' MARKET   WINTER MARKET                                                DAILY                         0.00    20.00        20.00     NEW FEE FOR EXTENDED HOURS AT NEW MARKET


233   FARMERS' MARKET   WINTER MARKET                                             5 MONTHS                         0.00   400.00       400.00     NEW FEE FOR EXTENDED HOURS AT NEW MARKET


234   FARMERS' MARKET   SNAP/DOUBLE-UP FOOD BUCKS ADMIN FEE                  2% OF TRANSACTION                                           2.0%   NEW FEE FOR COST OF TRANSACTION ADMINISTRATION


235       FINANCE       REPLACEMENT OF LOST PAYROLL CHECK                    EACH OCCURRENCE                   25.00       25.00        25.00


236       FINANCE       COPIES OF CITY BUDGET OR CAFR (FOIA REQUESTS)                EACH                      25.00       25.00        25.00


237        FIRE         FIRE REPORT COPY (MAJOR FIRE)                                EACH                      15.00       15.00        15.00


238        FIRE         FIRE REPORT COPY (REGULAR)                                   EACH                          5.00     5.00         5.00


239        FIRE         PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (ENLARGED)                           EACH                      15.00       15.00        15.00


240        FIRE         PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (STD SIZE)                           EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


241        FIRE         PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (CD-ROM)                             EACH                          5.00     5.00         5.00


242        FIRE         INSURANCE ADMINISTRATION ESCROW                         EACH INCIDENT                  15.00       15.00        15.00               PLUS RELATED COURT COSTS



243        FIRE         FIRE INSPECTION ADDITIONAL VISIT                        EACH INCIDENT                  75.00       75.00        75.00


244        FIRE         ARSON FIRE RESTITUTION FEE                             PER HR ON CALL                 720.00      720.00       720.00               PLUS RELATED COURT COSTS



245        FIRE         FALSE ALARM FEE                                        PER HR ON CALL                 720.00      720.00       720.00            AFTER 3RD FALSE ALARM IN ONE YEAR



246        FIRE         WILLFUL NEGLIGENCE FIRE FEE                            PER HR ON CALL                 720.00      720.00       720.00


247        FIRE         CONFINED SPACE RESCUE FEE                              PER HR ON CALL                 720.00      720.00       720.00


248        FIRE         ICE RESCUE CALL                                        PER HR ON CALL                 110.00      110.00       110.00




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                                                                             Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                        (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                 PROPOSED
                                                                                                                     2013               2014          2015                          DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                          DESCRIPTION                    UNIT                       FEE                FEE           FEE                            COMMENTS


249           FIRE         DOWNED POWER LINE                                             PER HR                      185.00            185.00            185.00                     AFTER FIRST HOUR



250           FIRE         SPECIAL USE PERMITS (PER UFC)                            EACH PER YEAR                    100.00            100.00            100.00


251           FIRE         STRUCTURE FIRE RESPONSE                                        EACH                       500.00            500.00            500.00        CHARGED TO HOMEOWNER'S INSURANCE COMPANY



252           FIRE         PI ACCIDENT RESPONSE                                           EACH                       500.00            500.00            500.00    CHARGED TO AT FAULT DRIVER'S AUTO INSURANCE COMPANY



253      FLEA MARKET       DEALERS SPACE - CORNER COVERED SPACE                           DAILY                         9.00             9.00               9.00    FEE INCREASE TO SUPPORT EBT BRIDGE CARD PROGRAM



254      FLEA MARKET       DEALERS SPACE - 10 x 15 COVERED SPACE                          DAILY                         8.00             8.00               8.00    FEE INCREASE TO SUPPORT EBT BRIDGE CARD PROGRAM



255      FLEA MARKET       DEALERS SPACE - 10 x 30 ASHPHALT SPACE                         DAILY                         7.00             7.00               7.00    FEE INCREASE TO SUPPORT EBT BRIDGE CARD PROGRAM



256      FLEA MARKET       DEALERS SPACE - 10 x 40 FIELD SPACE                            DAILY                         6.00             6.00               6.00    FEE INCREASE TO SUPPORT EBT BRIDGE CARD PROGRAM



257       INCOME TAX       DELINQUENT PAYMENT AGREEMENT ADMINISTRATION FEE                EACH                        15.00             15.00             15.00             PLUS RELATED PENALTIES & INTEREST



258   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING CONTRACTOR REGISTRATION FEE                           EACH                        15.00             15.00             15.00


                                                                                                           25% of Value; Min 25% of Value; Min 25% of Value; Min
259   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (COMMERCIAL)                        EACH
                                                                                                                $60.00            $60.00            $60.00


260   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (GARAGE)                            EACH                        35.00             35.00             35.00


261   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (RESIDENTIAL)                       EACH                        60.00             60.00             60.00


262   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($1-$1,000 VALUE)                         EACH                        35.00             50.00             50.00


263   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($1,001-$2,000 VALUE)                      BASE                       35.00             50.00             50.00


264   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($1,000-$2,000 VALUE)            EACH ADDITIONAL $100                   3.05             3.05               3.05


265   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($2,001-$25,000 VALUE)                     BASE                       80.75             80.75             80.75


266   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($2,001-$25,000 VALUE)          EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                14.00             14.00             14.00


267   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($25,001-$50,000 VALUE)                    BASE                     403.25             403.25            403.25


268   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($25,001-$50,000 VALUE)         EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                10.10             10.10             10.10


269   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($50,001-$100,000 VALUE)                   BASE                     655.25             655.25            655.25


270   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($50,001-$100,000 VALUE)        EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                  7.00             7.00               7.00


271   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($100,001-$500,000 VALUE)                  BASE                    1,005.25          1,005.25          1,005.25




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                                                                                      Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                 (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                   PROPOSED
                                                                                                                             2013         2014          2015            DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                         DESCRIPTION                              UNIT                      FEE          FEE           FEE              COMMENTS


272   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($100,001-$500,000 VALUE)                EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                  5.60       5.60          5.60


273   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($500,001-$1,000,000 VALUE)                         BASE                   3,245.25     3,245.25      3,245.25


274   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($500,001-$1,000,000 VALUE)              EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                  4.75       4.75          4.75


275   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES (OVER $1,000,000 VALUE)                             BASE                   5,608.75     5,608.75      5,608.75


276   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT FEES (OVER $1,000,000 VALUE)                  EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                  3.65      3.65          3.65


277   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL. REINSPECTION, ETC.)             PER HOUR                     60.00        60.00         60.00           MINIMUM 2 HOURS



278   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PERMIT (PRE-MANUFACTURED RESIDENTIAL STRUCTURE)                EACH                     50.00%       50.00%        50.00%    OF REGULAR BUILDING PERMIT FEE



279   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING PLAN REVIEW FEE (INCL FIRE REVIEW)                         PERMIT FEE                   65.00%       65.00%        65.00%       OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



280   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING CONSTRUCTION BOARD OF APPEALS APPLICATION FEE                           EACH                     100.00       100.00        100.00


281   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                                          BASE                     45.00        45.00         45.00


282   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (BASEBOARD HEAT UNITS)                                EACH                          9.00       9.00          9.00


283   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (CIRCUITS)                                            EACH                          6.00       6.00          6.00


284   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (DISHWASHER)                                          EACH                          9.00       9.00          9.00


285   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (ENERGY RETROFIT/TEMP CONTROL)                        EACH                      45.00        45.00         45.00


286   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FEEDERS, BUS DUCTS, ETC.)                          EACH 50'                        9.00       9.00          9.00


287   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM 1-10 DEVICES)                             EACH                      75.00        75.00         75.00


288   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM 11-20 DEVICES)                            EACH                     150.00       150.00        150.00


289   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM EA. STATION OVER 20 DEV)             EACH DEVICE                        8.00      8.00          8.00


290   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FURNACE-UNIT HEATER)                                 EACH                          9.00       9.00          9.00


291   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-ADDITIONAL)                            PER HOUR                     45.00        45.00         45.00           MINIMUM 1 HOUR



292   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-FINAL)                                    EACH                      45.00        45.00         45.00


293   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-HOURLY FEE)                               HOUR                      60.00        60.00         60.00           MINIMUM 1 HOUR



294   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL/SAFETY)                           HOUR                      50.00        50.00         50.00           MINIMUM 1 HOUR




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                                                                                                                         2013        2014         2015                  DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                           UNIT                      FEE         FEE          FEE                    COMMENTS


295   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA OR HP UP TO 20)                              EACH                          9.00     9.00         9.00


296   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA & HP 21 TO 50)                               EACH                      15.00       15.00        15.00


297   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA & HP 50 AND OVER)                            EACH                      18.00       18.00        18.00


298   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (LIGHTING FIXTURES-PER 25)                        EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


299   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (METER INSPECTION/POWER TURN-ON)                  EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00


300   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (MOBILE HOME SITE)                                EACH                          9.00     9.00         9.00


301   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (POWER OUTLETS-INC RANGES, DRYERS)                EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


302   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SITE)                       EACH                          8.00     8.00         8.00


303   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 0 TO 200 AMP)                           EACH                      15.00       15.00        15.00


304   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 201 TO 600 AMP)                         EACH                      20.00       20.00        20.00


305   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 601 TO 800 AMP)                         EACH                      23.00       23.00        23.00


306   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 801 TO 1200 AMP)                        EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


307   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES OVER 1200 AMP/GFI ONLY)                 EACH                      50.00       50.00        50.00


308   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS LETTER)                                    EACH                      15.00       15.00        15.00


309   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS NEON)                                    EACH 25'                        2.00     2.00         2.00


310   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS UNIT)                                      EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


311   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SPECIAL CONDUIT/GROUNDING)                       EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00


312   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ELECTRICAL PLAN REVIEW FEE                                          EACH                     25.00%      25.00%       25.00%            OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



313   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING FIRE ALARM PLAN REVIEW FEE                                                                   25.00%      25.00%       25.00%   OF PERMIT FEE FOR ANY SYSTEM OVER 10 DEVICES



314   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING GARAGE MOVING FEE                                                   EACH                     200.00      200.00       200.00


315   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING BUILDING MOVING FEE (EXCEPT GARAGE)                                 EACH                     500.00      500.00       500.00


316   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING LIQUOR LICENSE INSPECTION FEE                                       EACH                      75.00       75.00        75.00


317   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING LIQUOR LICENSE RE-INSPECTION FEE                                    EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00




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                                                                                                                                2013       2014          2015    DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                       DESCRIPTION                                   UNIT                      FEE        FEE           FEE      COMMENTS


318   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-COMMERCIAL HOODS)                          EACH                      20.00       20.00        20.00


319   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-OVER 10,000 CFM)                           EACH                      60.00       60.00        60.00


320   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-RES BATH & KITCHEN)                        EACH                          5.00     5.00         5.00


321   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-UNDER 10,000 CFM)                          EACH                      20.00       20.00        20.00


322   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-CHILLER)                                   EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


323   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-COMPRESSOR)                                EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


324   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-COOLING TOWERS)                            EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


325   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-EVAPORATOR COILS)                          EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


326   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-REFRIGERATION SPLIT SYSTEM)                EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


327   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                                            EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00


328   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/DUCT)                               PER FOOT                         0.10     0.10         0.10   $25.00 MINIMUM FEE



329   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/PIPING)                             PER FOOT                         0.10     0.10         0.10   $25.00 MINIMUM FEE



330   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/RESTAURANT HOODS)                      EACH                     150.00      150.00       150.00


331   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/SPRINKLER HEADS)                    PER HEAD                         0.75     0.75         0.75   $20.00 MINIMUM FEE



332   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEAT RECOVERY UNITS/THRU-WALL FAN COILS)                EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


333   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-BOILER CONTROLS, PUMPS)                         EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


334   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-BOILERS)                                        EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


335   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-CHIMNEY, FACTORY BUILT)                         EACH                      25.00       25.00        25.00


336   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-FLUE/VENT DAMPER)                               EACH                          8.00     8.00         8.00


337   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS FIRE PLACES)                                EACH                      20.00       20.00        20.00


338   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS PIPE TESTING NEW SERVICE)                   EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00


339   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS PIPING EACH OPENING)                        EACH                          5.00     5.00         5.00


340   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS/OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT)                      EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00




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                                                                                                                                                    PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                 2013       2014         2015    DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                                     UNIT                      FEE        FEE          FEE      COMMENTS


341   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS COMMERCIAL)                           EACH                      30.00      30.00        30.00


342   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS, COMPLETE RESIDENT)                   EACH                      30.00      30.00        30.00


343   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS, COMPLETE RESIDENT)                   EACH                      30.00      30.00        30.00


344   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-RESIDENTIAL A/C)                                 EACH                      30.00      30.00        30.00


345   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-RESIDENTIAL SYSTEM)                              EACH                      50.00      50.00        50.00


346   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-SOLAR, SET OF 3 PANELS)                          EACH                      20.00      20.00        20.00


347   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-SOLID FUEL EQUIPMENT COMPLETE)                   EACH                      30.00      30.00        30.00


348   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-WATER HEATER)                                    EACH                      10.00      10.00        10.00


349   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (HUMIDIFIERS)                                             EACH                      10.00      10.00        10.00


350   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-ADDITIONAL)                                   EACH                      45.00      45.00        45.00


351   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-FINAL)                                        EACH                      45.00      45.00        45.00


352   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-HOURLY RATE)                                  EACH                      60.00      60.00        60.00


353   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL/SAFETY)                               EACH                      50.00      50.00        50.00


354   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-TURN ON GAS)                                  EACH                      45.00      45.00        45.00


355   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/HAZARDOUS 1-4 OUTLETS)                    EACH                          5.00    5.00         5.00


356   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/HAZARDOUS 5+ MORE OUTLETS)            PER OUTLET                        1.00    1.00         1.00


357   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/NON-HAZARDOUS 1-4 OUTLETS)                EACH                          2.00    2.00         2.00


358   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/NON-HAZARDOUS 5+ OUTLETS)             PER OUTLET                        0.50    0.50         0.50


359   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (ROOFTOP HVAC UNIT)                                       EACH                      60.00      60.00        60.00


360   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (TANKS-ABOVEGROUND)                                       EACH                      20.00      20.00        20.00


361   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (TANKS-UNDERGROUND)                                       EACH                      25.00      25.00        25.00


362   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (UNIT HEATERS/TERMINAL UNITS)                             EACH                      15.00      15.00        15.00


363   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PERMIT (UNIT VENTILATORS)                                        EACH                      10.00      10.00        10.00




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                                                                                                                                                         PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                     2013        2014         2015        DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                       DESCRIPTION                                        UNIT                      FEE         FEE          FEE          COMMENTS


364   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING MECHANICAL PLAN REVIEW FEE                                                      EACH                     25.00%      25.00%       25.00%   OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



365   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                                                   EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00


366   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (CONNECTION BLDG. DRAIN; SEWERS AT STREET)                      EACH                          9.00     9.00         9.00


367   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (FIXTURES, FLOOR DRAINS, LAB DEVICES)                           EACH                          9.00     9.00         9.00


368   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION ADDITIONAL)                                         EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00


369   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION FINAL)                                              EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00


370   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION HOURLY FEE)                                         EACH                      60.00       60.00        60.00     MINIMUM TWO HOURS



371   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION SPECIAL/SAFETY)                                     EACH                      50.00       50.00        50.00


372   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (MANHOLES-CATCHBASINS)                                          EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


373   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (MEDICAL GAS INSTALLATION)                                  PER OUTLET                        8.00     8.00         8.00


374   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (REDUCED PRESSURE BACKFLOW PREVENTER 1/4" TO 2")                EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


375   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (REDUCED PRESSURE BACKFLOW PREVENTER OVER 2")                   EACH                      20.00       20.00        20.00


376   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWAGE SUMPS & EJECTORS)                                       EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


377   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWERS-SANITARY OR STORM OVER 6")                              EACH                      25.00       25.00        25.00


378   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWERS-SANITARY OR STORM UNDER 6")                             EACH                      10.00       10.00        10.00


379   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (STACKS, VENTS, CONDUCTORS)                                     EACH                          6.00     6.00         6.00


380   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (SUB-SOIL DRAINS)                                               EACH                          9.00     9.00         9.00


381   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1-1/2")                             EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


382   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1-1/4")                             EACH                      23.00       23.00        23.00


383   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1")                                 EACH                      15.00       15.00        15.00


384   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--2")                                 EACH                      38.00       38.00        38.00


385   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--3/4")                               EACH                          8.00     8.00         8.00


386   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--OVER 2")                            EACH                      45.00       45.00        45.00




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                                                                                                                                                 PROPOSED
                                                                                                                          2013          2014          2015                       DEPARTMENT
             DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                          UNIT                        FEE           FEE           FEE                         COMMENTS


387   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER SERVICE 2" TO 6")                           EACH                        25.00         25.00         25.00


388   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER SERVICE LESS THAN 2")                       EACH                        10.00         10.00         10.00


389   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER SERVICE OVER 6")                            EACH                        50.00         50.00         50.00


390   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PLAN REVIEW FEE                                           EACH                       25.00%        25.00%        25.00%                  OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE



391   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PLUMBING PERMIT (GREASE TRAP INSPECTION)                           EACH                        45.00         45.00         45.00


392   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE APPEAL APPLICATION FEE                   EACH                       100.00        100.00        100.00


                                                                                                                  APPLICABLE BLDG PERMIT FEE
393   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ROOFING PERMIT (RE-ROOF OVER OLD ROOF/1LAYERS MAX)          $100 PER SQUARE
                                                                                                                  BASED ON VALUE OF SQUARES

                                                                                                                  APPLICABLE BLDG PERMIT FEE
394   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ROOFING PERMIT (STRIP THEN RE-ROOF)                         $200 PER SQUARE
                                                                                                                  BASED ON VALUE OF SQUARES

                                                                                                                  APPLICABLE BLDG PERMIT FEE
395   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING ROOFING PERMIT (STRIP, RE-SHEET, THEN RE-ROOF)              $250 PER SQUARE
                                                                                                                  BASED ON VALUE OF SQUARES


396   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING Telecommunications Outlets                                     1 - 10 Outlets                  50.00         50.00         50.00


397   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING Telecommunications Outlets                                    11 - 20 Outlets                 100.00        100.00        100.00


398   SAFEBUILT - BUILDING Telecommunications Outlets                              Over 20 Outlets - Per Outlet             2.00          2.00          2.00


399         MARINA         20 FOOT SLIP                                                       EACH                          0.00          0.00          0.00   5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



400         MARINA         30 FOOT SLIP                                                       EACH                      1,740.00      1,740.00      1,740.00   5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



401         MARINA         40 FOOT SLIP                                                       EACH                      2,400.00      2,400.00      2,400.00   5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



402         MARINA         60 FOOT SLIP                                                       EACH                      3,900.00      3,050.00      3,050.00   5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1


                                                                                                                                                               ADDITIONAL 5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY
403         MARINA         MULTIPLE SLIP RENTAL                                     RENT ADDITIONAL SLIP                    0.00          0.00          0.00
                                                                                                                                                                                   FEBRUARY 1


404         MARINA         HARD ACCESS (SLIPS 37-46, 69) UNDER 27' ONLY                       EACH                      1,317.00      1,400.00      1,400.00


405         MARINA         CLASS A MOORING                                                    EACH                       491.00        550.00        550.00    5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



406         MARINA         CLASS B MOORING                                                    EACH                       417.00        450.00        450.00    5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



407         MARINA         DAILY LAUNCH RAMP                                                  EACH                        10.00         10.00         10.00


408         MARINA         SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER                                    RESIDENT                       40.00         40.00         40.00




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                                                                                                            2013       2014          2015                        DEPARTMENT
       DEPT                                    DESCRIPTION                        UNIT                      FEE        FEE           FEE                          COMMENTS


409   MARINA     SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER                                NON-RESIDENT                   55.00      55.00         55.00


410   MARINA     SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER (SENIOR/HANDICAPPED)             RESIDENT                     25.00      25.00         25.00


411   MARINA     SEASONAL LAUNCH RAMP STICKER (SENIOR/HANDICAPPED)           NON-RESIDENT                   40.00      40.00         40.00


412   MARINA     END OF SEASON LAUNCH RAMP PERMIT                                 EACH                      25.00      25.00         25.00                   SOLD AFTER SEPTEMBER 15



413   MARINA     COMMERCIAL LAUNCH RAMP PERMIT                                    EACH                     250.00     250.00        300.00


414   MARINA     SMALL BOAT BASIN                                                 EACH                     834.00     900.00        900.00     5% DISCOUNT IS GIVEN IF FEE PAID IN FULL BY FEBRUARY 1



415   MARINA     DRY STORAGE (RESIDENTS - CATAMARAN)                              EACH                     161.00     200.00        200.00


416   MARINA     DRY STORAGE (NON-RESIDENTS - CATAMARAN)                          EACH                     239.00     300.00        300.00


417   MARINA     CANOE & KAYAK STORAGE                                      PER SIX MONTHS                  75.00      75.00         75.00            DRY STORAGE BASED ON VEHICLE LENGTH



418   MARINA     DRY STORAGE                                               PER LINEAL FOOT                  14.50      14.50         14.50            DRY STORAGE BASED ON VEHICLE LENGTH



419   MARINA     TRAILER STORAGE                                                  EACH                      60.00      60.00         80.00


420   MARINA     PERSONAL WATERCRAFT STORAGE                                      EACH                      65.00      65.00         65.00                   DOCKAGE FEE FOR JET SKI


                                                                                                                                              MINIMUM - FEE CHARGED BASED ON TRANSIENT VESSEL RATES
421   MARINA     END OF SEASON LATE REMOVAL FEE                            PER DAY MINIMUM                  24.00      24.00         32.00
                                                                                                                                                           (VESSEL LENGTH) PER STATE DNR


422   MARINA     SHOPPERS DOCK                                                    EACH                                               10.00                $10 PER 3 HOURS, 35' DOCKS ONLY



423   MARINA     COST TO MOVE CATAMARAN POST                                      EACH                                               60.00             COST TO MOVE EXISTING POST LOCATION



424   PLANNING   PRECINCT MAPS (LARGE)                                            EACH                      30.00      30.00         30.00


425   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - COLOR                       EACH                     130.00     130.00        130.00                          HARD COPY



426   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - B & W                       EACH                      35.00      35.00         35.00                          HARD COPY



427   PLANNING   DOWNTOWN PLAN COPY                                               EACH                      30.00      30.00         30.00                          HARD COPY



428   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - COLOR                       EACH                      15.00      15.00         15.00                        PROVIDED ON CD



429   PLANNING   MASTER PLAN COPY (CITY, DDA, LDFA) - B & W                       EACH                      15.00      15.00         15.00                        PROVIDED ON CD



430   PLANNING   DOWNTOWN PLAN COPY                                               EACH                      15.00      15.00         15.00                        PROVIDED ON CD



431   PLANNING   OBSOLETE PROPERTY REHAB FILING & MONITORING FEE                  EACH                    1,000.00   1,000.00      1,000.00   2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS) - $400.00 MINIMUM




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                                                                                                CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                                       Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                  (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                       PROPOSED
                                                                                                                              2013            2014          2015                         DEPARTMENT
       DEPT                                      DESCRIPTION                                        UNIT                      FEE             FEE           FEE                           COMMENTS


432   PLANNING   NEZ APPLICATION FEE                                                                EACH                      25.00           25.00         25.00


433   PLANNING   IFT/CFT APPLICATION FEE                                                            EACH                    1,722.00        1,722.00      1,722.00     2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS - MINIMUM $400)



434   PLANNING   PERSONAL PROPERTY ABATEMENT FEE                                                    EACH                    1,722.00        1,722.00      1,722.00     2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS - MINIMUM $400)



435   PLANNING   COMMERCIAL REHAB FILING/MONITORING FEE                                             EACH                    1,000.00        1,000.00      1,000.00     2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER IS LESS - MINIMUM $400)



436   PLANNING   GROUNDWATER ORDINANCE APPLICATION FEE                                              EACH                     750.00          750.00        750.00


437   PLANNING   BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FEE                                             EACH                    2,500.00        2,500.00      2,500.00           IF TAX CAPTURE FEE BASED ON ACTUAL COSTS



438   PLANNING   LEISURE SERVICES MASTER PLAN                                                       EACH                      30.00           30.00         30.00                           HARD COPY



439   PLANNING   LEISURE SERVICES MASTER PLAN                                                       EACH                      15.00           15.00         15.00                               CD



440    POLICE    POLICE REPORTS - ACCIDENT & OFFENSE (EACH ADDITIONAL PAGE)                         EACH                          0.25          0.25          0.25


441    POLICE    POLICE REPORTS - ACCIDENT & OFFENSE (FIRST PAGE)                                   EACH                          5.50         5.50          5.50


442    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (CHANGE OWNERSHIP)                                               EACH                          2.00         2.00          2.00


443    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (DUPLICATE)                                                      EACH                          1.00         1.00          1.00


444    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (ENGRAVING)                                                      EACH                          0.00         0.00          0.00                           NO CHARGE



445    POLICE    BIKE REGISTRATION (NEW)                                                            EACH                          2.00          2.00          2.00


446    POLICE    CITATION COPY                                                                      EACH                          5.50         5.50          5.50


447    POLICE    FALSE ALARM FEE (4TH IN YEAR)                                                      EACH                      30.00           30.00         30.00


448    POLICE    FALSE ALARM FEE (5TH IN YEAR)                                                      EACH                      60.00           60.00         60.00


449    POLICE    FALSE ALARM FEE (6TH OR MORE IN YEAR)                                              EACH                      75.00           75.00         75.00


                                                                                                                                                                     INCLUDES $1.00 COST TO PROVIDE OWNER COPY OF INFORMATION
450    POLICE    LICENSE TO PURCHASE FEE                                                            EACH                                                      6.00
                                                                                                                                                                                        AND $5.00 NOTARY FEE


451    POLICE    LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE (45 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                                  EACH                     250.00          250.00        250.00


452    POLICE    LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE (15 - 44 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                             EACH                     350.00          350.00        350.00


453    POLICE    LIQUOR - SPECIAL LICENSE (UNDER 15 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                            EACH                NOT ISSUED       NOT ISSUED    NOT ISSUED


                 LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING ESTABLISHMENT LICENSE (45 DAYS PRIOR TO
454    POLICE                                                                                       EACH                      50.00           50.00         50.00
                 EVENT)



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                                                                                                  Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                             (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                                 PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                         2013            2014         2015                        DEPARTMENT
          DEPT                                         DESCRIPTION                                             UNIT                      FEE             FEE          FEE                          COMMENTS

                       LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING ESTABLISHMENT LICENSE (15 - 44 DAYS PRIOR TO
455      POLICE                                                                                                EACH                      75.00           75.00        75.00
                       EVENT)

                       LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING ESTABLISHMENT LICENSE (UNDER 15 DAYS PRIOR
456      POLICE                                                                                                EACH                NOT ISSUED       NOT ISSUED   NOT ISSUED
                       TO EVENT)

457      POLICE        LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING CLUB LICENSE (45 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                       EACH                      50.00           50.00        50.00


458      POLICE        LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING CLUB LICENSE (15 - 44 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                  EACH                      75.00           75.00        75.00


459      POLICE        LIQUOR - TEMPORARY EXISTING CLUB LICENSE (UNDER 15 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                 EACH                NOT ISSUED       NOT ISSUED   NOT ISSUED


460      POLICE        OUIL COST RECOVERY FEE                                                                  EACH             ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS


461      POLICE        PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (ENLARGED)                                                      EACH                      15.00           15.00        15.00


462      POLICE        PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (STD SIZE)                                                      EACH                      10.00           10.00        10.00


463      POLICE        PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (CD-ROM)                                                        EACH                          5.00         5.00         5.00


464      POLICE        PRELIMINARY BREATH TEST                                                                 EACH                                                    5.00              FOR COURT/PROBATION ORDERED TEST



465      POLICE        VIN INSPECTION                                                                          EACH                      30.00           30.00        30.00


466      POLICE        VEHICLE IMPOUND FEE (PRIVATE)                                                           EACH                      50.00           50.00        50.00


467      POLICE        VEHICLE IMPOUND FEE (COURT-ORDERED)                                                EVERY 30 DAYS                  50.00           50.00        50.00

                                                                                                                                                                              DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
468   SPECIAL EVENTS   PARKS (WOOD SNOW FENCE RENTAL)                                                          EACH                      30.00           30.00        30.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   UP IS REQUIRED



469   SPECIAL EVENTS   PARKS (PLASTIC BAGS FOR GARBAGE CANS)                                                PER CASE                     30.00           30.00         0.00                          OBSOLETE



                                                                                                                                                                              DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
470   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES (55-GAL METAL TRASH CANS)                                                 EACH                          5.00         5.00         5.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   UP IS REQUIRED

                                                                                                                                                                              DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
471   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES RENTAL OF POSTS                                                       EACH POST                         3.00         3.00         3.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   UP IS REQUIRED



                                                                                                                                                                              DELIVERY/PICK-UP NOT INCLUDED. ADDITIONAL COSTS FOR LABOR
472   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES (PICNIC TABLES)                                                           EACH                      10.00           10.00        10.00 ($60.00/HR)AND VEHICLE RENTAL WILL APPLY IF DELEVERY OR PICK-
                                                                                                                                                                                                   UP IS REQUIRED




473   SPECIAL EVENTS   FILM & MUSIC EVENTS ADMINISTRATION FEE                                                  EACH                      50.00           50.00        50.00




474   SPECIAL EVENTS   SPEICAL EVENTS HYDRANT USAGE                                                       PER HYDRANT                        0.00       100.00       100.00      THIS RATE INCLUDES INSTALLATION/REMOVAL AND TESTING




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                                                                                                         CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                                                Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                           (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                           PROPOSED
                                                                                                                                       2013       2014          2015                       DEPARTMENT
          DEPT                                       DESCRIPTION                                             UNIT                      FEE        FEE           FEE                         COMMENTS

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR PEAK SEASON EVENTS (4/15-9/30)                                                                                APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED PRIOR TO APRIL 15 WILL RECEIVE
475   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                         EACH                     100.00      100.00       100.00
                       SUBMITTED AT LEAST 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT                                                                                                           50% DISCOUNT OFF REGULAR FEE.

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR PEAK SEASON EVENTS (4/15-9/30)                                                                                APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED PRIOR TO APRIL 15 WILL RECEIVE
476   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                         EACH                     250.00      250.00       250.00
                       SUBMITTED 45-59 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT                                                                                                                 50% DISCOUNT OFF REGULAR FEE.

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR PEAK SEASON EVENTS (4/15-9/30)                                                                                APPLICATIONS SUBMITTED PRIOR TO APRIL 15 WILL RECEIVE
477   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                         EACH                     400.00      400.00       400.00
                       SUBMITTED 30-44 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT                                                                                                                 50% DISCOUNT OFF REGULAR FEE.

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
478   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                         EACH                      50.00       50.00        50.00
                       12/31) SUBMITTED AT LEAST 60 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
479   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                         EACH                     200.00      200.00       200.00
                       12/31) SUBMITTED 45-59 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
480   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                         EACH                     300.00      300.00       300.00
                       12/31) SUBMITTED 30-44DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT

                       SPECIAL EVENTS APPLICATION FEE FOR OFF SEASON EVENTS (1/1-4/14 & 10/1-
481   SPECIAL EVENTS                                                                                         EACH                     500.00      500.00       500.00
                       12/31) SUBMITTED LESS THAN 30 DAYS PRIOR TO DATE OF EVENT

482   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - STRAIGHT TIME)                                     PER HOUR                     40.00       40.00        40.00


483   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - 1.5 OVERTIME)                                      PER HOUR                     60.00       60.00        60.00


484   SPECIAL EVENTS   CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - TRIPLE OVERTIME)                                   PER HOUR                    120.00      120.00       120.00


485    TREASURER       DUPLICATE TAX BILL COPY (COMPUTER PRINTOUT)                                           EACH                          3.00     3.00         3.00


486    TREASURER       PROPERTY TAX PROJECTION/ESTIMATE LETTER                                               EACH                      20.00       20.00        20.00


487    TREASURER       NSF CHECK/NSF ACH HANDLING CHARGE                                                     EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


488    TREASURER       TAX RECEIPT INQUIRY (LESS THAN 3 YEARS OLD)                                           EACH                          5.00     5.00         5.00


489    TREASURER       TAX RECEIPT INQUIRY (MORE THAN 3 YEARS OLD)                                           EACH                      12.00       12.00        12.00


490    TREASURER       TRANSACTION SERVICE FEE (PAYMENTS MADE AT WINDOWW/O BILL)                             EACH                          2.00     2.00         2.00


491    TREASURER       TRANSACTION ADMINISTRATIVE FEE (CREDIT CARD PAYMENTS BY PHONE)                        EACH                          5.00     5.00         5.00


492    TREASURER       PETTY CASH NUISANCE FEE (FAILURE TO RETURN RECEIPTS IN TIMELY FASHION)                EACH                          5.00     5.00         5.00


493    TREASURER       PROPERTY TAX ROLL ON CD-ROM OR ELECTRONIC FILE                                        EACH                     100.00      125.00       125.00


494    TREASURER       PROPERTY TAX LIEN INQUIRY/LOOKUP (PERFORMED BY CITY STAFF)                            EACH                      35.00       35.00        35.00          PAYMENT IN ADVANCE W/CREDIT CARD REQUIRED



495    TREASURER       PROPERTY TAX LIEN INQUIRY/LOOKUP (SELF-HELP INTERNET LOOKUP)                          EACH                      20.00       20.00        20.00


496    TREASURER       PENALTY ASSESSMENT ON DELINQUENT TAXES                                                EACH                          3.0%    3.0%          3.0%




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                                                                                     Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                                       PROPOSED
                                                                                                                            2013              2014          2015                           DEPARTMENT
           DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                                UNIT                      FEE               FEE           FEE                             COMMENTS


497     TREASURER        PROPERTY TAX ADMINISTRATION FEE (PTAF)                                   EACH                          1.0%           1.0%            1.0%


498     TREASURER        LANDLORD'S AFFIDAVIT FILING                                              EACH                     300.00             300.00          300.00


499   WATER FILTRATION   WATER TEST SAMPLE                                                    PER SAMPLE                    70.00              70.00           70.00               COVERS STAFF TIME AND LAB WORK



500    WATER-SEWER       DELINQUENT PAYMENT PENALTY                                       PAST DUE BALANCE                 10.00%            10.00%          10.00%


                                                                                                                     GREATER OF         GREATER OF      GREATER OF
501    WATER-SEWER       DELINQUENT PAYMENT PENALTY (TAX LIEN FEE)                        PAST DUE BALANCE
                                                                                                                    20% OR $25.00      20% OR $25.00   20% OR $25.00

502    WATER-SEWER       HYDRANT SERVICE (MAXIMUM 30 DAY) CONNECTION CHARGE                       EACH                      50.00              50.00           50.00          $400.00 REFUNDABLE DEPOSIT ALSO REQUIRED



503    WATER-SEWER       SALE OF SCRAP HYDRANTS                                                   EACH                      35.00              35.00            0.00                           OBSOLETE



504    WATER-SEWER       INSTALLATION OF STUB LINE TO PROPERTY LINE (SEWER PERMIT)                EACH                     800.00             800.00        1,000.00   INCLUDES REPAIR AND POSSIBLE REPLACEMENT OF SERVICE



505    WATER-SEWER       INSTALLATION OF STUB LINE TO PROPERTY LINE (WATER)                       EACH                     800.00             800.00            0.00                           OBSOLETE



506    WATER-SEWER       METER REPLACEMENT AT OWNER'S REQUEST                                     EACH             ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS


507    WATER-SEWER       METER RESET AT OWNER'S REQUEST                                           EACH                      35.00              35.00           35.00


508    WATER-SEWER       METER TEST                                                               EACH                      35.00              35.00           35.00


509    WATER-SEWER       MISSED METER APPOINTMENT                                                 EACH                      25.00              25.00           25.00


510    WATER-SEWER       TEMPORARY (MINIMUM 30 DAY) SERVICE                                       EACH                      25.00              25.00           25.00


                                                                                                                                                                       FIRST VISIT IS FREE - FEE CHARGED PER VISIT AFTER FIRST ONE
511    WATER-SEWER       THAWING WATER/SEWER LINE                                                 EACH                                                        200.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                EACH SEASON


512    WATER-SEWER       TURN ON CHARGE (AFTER HOURS)                                             EACH                      35.00              35.00          100.00                 NEW CALL IN MINIMUM 3 HOURS



513    WATER-SEWER       TURN ON CHARGE (REGULAR HOURS)                                           EACH                      25.00              25.00           25.00


514    WATER-SEWER       TURN ON CHARGE (SEASONAL USE)                                            EACH                      12.50              12.50           12.50


515    WATER-SEWER       TURN ON CHARGE (MISSED APPOINTMENT - SAME DAY TURN ON)                   EACH                      40.00              40.00           40.00


                                                                                                                                                                        FEE APPLIED TO SEWER PERMIT IF PROBLEM IS IN THE CITY'S
516    WATER-SEWER       TV SEWER LATERAL                                                         EACH                                                        100.00
                                                                                                                                                                                         PORTION OF SYSTEM


517    WATER-SEWER       UNAUTHORIZED WATER USE OR TAMPERING (MINIMUM CHARGE)                     EACH                     200.00             200.00          200.00


518    WATER-SEWER       UNAUTHORIZED WATER USE (ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR CONT'D USE)              PER DAY                     20.00              20.00           20.00


519    WATER-SEWER       BACKFLOW PREVENTER DEVICE REGISTRATION/AUDIT FEE              ANNUAL FEE-EACH DEVICE               10.00              10.00           10.00




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                                                                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                          Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                     (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                        PROPOSED
                                                                                                                 2013          2014          2015                           DEPARTMENT
         DEPT                                     DESCRIPTION                          UNIT                      FEE           FEE           FEE                             COMMENTS


520   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 5/8" OR 3/4"                          EACH                     800.00        800.00        1,000.00


521   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1"                                    EACH                    2,000.00      2,000.00       2,000.00


522   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1-1/4" OR 1-1/2"                      EACH                    4,000.00      4,000.00       4,000.00


523   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 2"                                    EACH                    6,800.00      6,800.00       6,800.00


524   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 3"                                    EACH                   12,800.00     12,800.00      12,800.00


525   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 4"                                    EACH                   20,000.00     20,000.00      20,000.00


526   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 6"                                    EACH                   40,000.00     40,000.00      40,000.00


527   WATER-SEWER   WATER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - GREATER THAN 6"                       EACH                          TBD        TBD            TBD                  BASED ON CALCULATED CAPACITY



528   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 2"                                   EACH                          0.00        0.00           0.00                     TIME & MATERIALS BASIS



529   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 4"                                   EACH                    6,800.00      6,800.00       6,800.00


530   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 6"                                   EACH                   12,800.00     12,800.00      12,800.00


531   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 8"                                   EACH                   20,000.00     20,000.00      20,000.00


532   WATER-SEWER   FIRELINE SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE 12"                                  EACH                   40,000.00     40,000.00      40,000.00


533   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 5/8" OR 3/4"                          EACH                     800.00        800.00        1,000.00


534   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1"                                    EACH                    2,000.00      2,000.00       2,000.00


535   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 1-1/4" OR 1-1/2"                      EACH                    4,000.00      4,000.00       4,000.00


536   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 2"                                    EACH                    6,800.00      6,800.00       6,800.00


537   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 3"                                    EACH                   12,800.00     12,800.00      12,800.00


538   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 4"                                    EACH                   20,000.00     20,000.00      20,000.00


539   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - 6"                                    EACH                   40,000.00     40,000.00      40,000.00


540   WATER-SEWER   SEWER SERVICE TRUNKAGE FEE - GREATER THAN 6"                       EACH                          TBD        TBD            TBD                  BASED ON CALCULATED CAPACITY


                                                                                                                                                       ***THIS FEE IS BEING REVIEWED BY THE CITY ATTORNEY'S OFFICE
541   WATER-SEWER   STORM WATER CROSS CONNECTION SEWER TREATMENT CHARGE              PER DAY                         7.69        0.00           0.00
                                                                                                                                                              AND WILL BE UPDATE ONCE WE HAVE A RESPONSE




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                                                                            CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                   Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                              (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                              PROPOSED
                                                                                                          2013       2014          2015                    DEPARTMENT
         DEPT                                        DESCRIPTION                UNIT                      FEE        FEE           FEE                      COMMENTS



542   WATER-SEWER   LARGE WATERMAIN TAPS                                        EACH                     200.00      200.00       200.00                 PLUS TIME &MATERIALS




543   WATER-SEWER   SMALL WATER TAPS                                            EACH                                               50.00   SMALL TAP FEE UP TO AND INCLUDING 2' WATER SERVICE




544   WATER-SEWER   RESIDENTIAL FLAT RATE SEWER CHARGE                         MONTH                      28.70       28.70        28.70      BASED ON 11.66 UNITS/MO OR 35 UNITS/QUARTER



545   WATER-SEWER   COMMERCIAL FLAT RATE SEWER CHARGE                          MONTH                      36.15       36.15        36.15      BASED ON 11.66 UNITS/MO OR 35 UNITS/QUARTER



546     ZONING      SPECIAL MEETING FEE (PLANNING, ZBA)                    PER REQUEST                   400.00      400.00       500.00


547     ZONING      FENCE PERMIT FEE                                            EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


548     ZONING      LOT SPLIT REVIEW                                            EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


549     ZONING      ZONING, GIS MAPS (UP TO 17" x 24" )                         EACH                      15.00       15.00        15.00


550     ZONING      ZONING, GIS MAPS (17" x 24" TO 34" x 44" )                  EACH                      25.00       25.00        25.00


551     ZONING      PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD)                              EACH                          0.00     0.00         0.00


552     ZONING      PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) - PRELIMINARY                EACH                     300.00      300.00       500.00


553     ZONING      PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) - FINAL                      EACH                     300.00      300.00       500.00


554     ZONING      PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUD) - AMENDMENT                  EACH                                              500.00                        NEW FEE



555     ZONING      SIDEWALK BENCH ENCROACHMENT                        PER BENCH PER MONTH                    5.00     5.00         5.00


556     ZONING      SITE PLAN REVIEW FEE - MINOR                                EACH                     100.00      100.00       200.00


557     ZONING      SITE PLAN REVIEW FEE - MAJOR                                EACH                     200.00      200.00       400.00


558     ZONING      PLANNING COMMISSION REVIEW                                  EACH                                              500.00                        NEW FEE



559     ZONING      SPECIAL USE PERMIT                                          EACH                     300.00      300.00       500.00


560     ZONING      ALLEY OR STREET VACATION                                    EACH                     400.00      400.00       500.00


561     ZONING      ZONING COMPLIANCE LETTER                                    EACH                      30.00       30.00        30.00


562     ZONING      ZONE CHANGE                                                 EACH                     400.00      400.00       500.00




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                                                                                          CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                                                 Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                            (Effective 1/1/2015)

                                                                                                                                         PROPOSED
                                                                                                                        2013    2014          2015         DEPARTMENT
      DEPT                                  DESCRIPTION                                       UNIT                      FEE     FEE           FEE           COMMENTS

               ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPLICATION / ORDINANCE INTERPRETAION -
563   ZONING                                                                                  EACH                     300.00   300.00       400.00   COMMERCIAL/INDUSTRIAL ONLY
               COMMERCIAL

               ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS APPLICATION / ORDINANCE INTERPRETAION -
564   ZONING                                                                                  EACH                     150.00   150.00       200.00        RESIDENTIAL ONLY
               RESIDENTIAL

565   ZONING   ZONING - AMENDMENT TO THE ORDINANCE                                            EACH                                           500.00            NEW FEE



566   ZONING   ZONING ORDINANCE COPY                                                          EACH                      25.00    25.00        25.00


567   ZONING   ZONING ORDINANCE COPY W/ MAP                                                   EACH                      45.00    45.00        45.00


               NR * = FEES APPLICABLE TO NON-RESIDENTS OF THE CITY




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Date:         December 9, 2014
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         City Manager
RE:           Neighbor-To-Neighbor Policy


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: A policy has been drafted to encourage our employees
to participate in volunteer activities by providing flexibility in work schedules, paid
leave opportunities, and bonuses for meeting certain community volunteering goals.

Employees will be encouraged to increase their involvement in the community by
mentoring youth, organizing food drives, helping neighborhoods, etc. The City
Manager will give final approval of events or organizations that qualify under this
program. A list of programs currently approved will be provided to employees but will
be added to and updated on a regular basis.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.




STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the policy as submitted and give
authorization to the City Manager to select qualified programs.
                                    City of Muskegon
                                  Neighbor-to-Neighbor
                               Community Outreach Program


The City recognizes the importance of community involvement, and encourages employees to
participate in volunteer activities by providing flexibility in work schedules, paid leave
opportunities, and bonuses for meeting certain community volunteering goals. The City also
recognizes the importance of acknowledging the community service activities of its employees.
The Neighbor to Neighbor program seeks to encourage community involvement while
adequately acknowledging the efforts and effects of our employees’ service to the Muskegon
community. This policy establishes guidelines for the administration of the Neighbor to
Neighbor program.

Program Goals:

In an effort to give back to the community that many of our employees call home, the City of
Muskegon has created the Neighbor to Neighbor Community Outreach Program. Through
Neighbor to Neighbor, Muskegon’s governmental employees have committed to increasing
their involvement in the community by organizing food drives, working in soup kitchens,
mentoring youth, helping to improve impoverished neighborhoods, and improve the quality of
life of our residents. Muskegon’s employees also volunteer their time as members of boards of
directors of nonprofit and non-governmental organizations, and lend their considerable
expertise and skills to community organizations as well.

This program mobilizes Muskegon employees and their families to serve as volunteers in the
Muskegon community. Implemented in 2014, the program offers Muskegon employees and
their family’s hands-on volunteer opportunities in Muskegon. This program is part of an
ongoing organization-wide effort to heighten awareness of our community’s needs, and
promote the importance of volunteerism community-wide.


Volunteer Incentives

   1. Flex Time for Approved Community Service Activities
   2. Community Service Paid Time Off for Approved Community Service Activities
   3. Personal Bonuses for the Completion of Approved Community Service Activities


Flex Time for Approved Community Service Activities

The City will provide Flex Time for employees to participate in community service activities.
The ability to utilize flex time will be governed within departments by the Department Head.
Employees that wish to utilize flex time for a community service activity should follow the steps
as outlined below:

   1. Identify the community service activity from the approved list found on the intranet.
   2. If your community service activity is not on the approved list contact the City Manager’s
      office to determine if the activity meets the goals of the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Program.
   3. Complete the Community Outreach Flex Time/Paid Time Off form on the intranet before
      the pay period in which you plan to use the time. Your request will need to be approved
      by your Supervisor, Department Head and the City Manager.
   4. Department Heads should attempt to approve flex time at the time requested by the
      employees, but have the discretion to disapprove the flex time if it will significantly
      impact the City’s operations. The City may determine that it is not possible to release
      certain employees under this policy due to staffing requirements.


Community Service Paid Time Off for Approved Community Service Activities

Community Service Paid Time Off allows full-time employees to take time off from work with
pay to volunteer services within the community. A maximum of 16 hours of paid leave per
calendar year will be made available to current full-time employees on January 1 of each year.
A maximum of 8 hours of paid leave per calendar year will be made available to current part-
time employees on January 1 of each year. This leave may be used only for providing
community service during an employee’s normal working hours as outlined in this policy, and
shall be taken in 2-hour increments. Paid leave is not granted for days that employees are not
scheduled to work.

Community service paid time off that is not used in a calendar year will not be carried forward
to the next calendar year. Employees will not receive payment for unused community service
leave upon separation from the City.

Employees that wish to utilize Community Service Paid Time Off for a community service
activity should follow the steps as outlined below:

   1. Identify the community service activity from the approved list found on the intranet.
   2. If your community service activity is not on the approved list contact the City Manager’s
      office to determine if the activity meets the goals of the Neighbor-to Neighbor Program.
   3. Complete the Community Outreach Flex Time/Paid Time Off form on the intranet before
      the pay period in which you plan to use the time. Your request will need to be approved
      by your Supervisor, Department Head and the City Manager.
   4. Department Heads should attempt to approve the Paid Time Off at the time requested
      by the employees, but have the discretion to disapprove the request if it will
      significantly impact the City’s operations. The City may determine that it is not possible
      to release certain employees under this policy due to staffing requirements.
   5. With all the appropriate approvals, employees will report community service leave on the
      appropriate time report for entry into the Payroll time keeping system.


Leave time taken under this policy will not be included in the calculation of weekly hours for
overtime for non-exempt staff.

Personal Bonuses for the Completion of Approved Community Service Activities

From year-to-year, bonuses may be authorized by the City Commission to encourage
participation in community service activities outside of normal business hours. Each January,
the City Commission will identify an amount between $500 and $1,000 to be used as an
incentive for community service activities. The amount of community service required to be
considered for the incentive payments shall be no less than 24 hours annually. The
corresponding levels of incentive pay and community service requirements in effect for each
calendar year will be displayed on the employee intranet by January 31 of each year.

Employees that wish to participate in the personal bonus program should follow the steps as
outlined below:

   1. Identify the community service activities from the approved list found on the intranet.
   2. If you community service activity is not on the approved list contact the City Manager’s
      office to determine if the activity meets the goals of the Neighbor-to-Neighbor Program.
   3. Complete the activities.
   4. Document the activities on the employee intranet.

Approved Activities:

Employees participating in community service activities under this policy are expected to
provide "hands-on" voluntary services that benefit Muskegon residents and community
organizations. The activity must have a direct benefit to Muskegon residents or community
organizations. For example, an employee could be granted community service leave to deliver
meals to the elderly; however, community service leave would not be appropriate to attend a
planning meeting or social event for the organization providing these services.

Excluded from this policy is service provided through a membership organization where the
primary recipients of the service are the constituents of the organization (i.e. painting and
maintenance of the groups building(s), yard work, serving on the board, etc.). Activities
involving political groups or causes do not qualify for use of this leave. Volunteer hours for
festivals or special events does not qualify.

Any community service time the employee utilized flex time or paid time off for is not eligible
service time towards the personal bonus.
Please note, volunteer hours must not be compensated by the approved group or organization.
If incentives are being offered, i.e. free concert tickets, passes to an event, etc. the employee
must list all incentives and seek prior approval from the City Manager. An employee may
accept a meal during volunteer hours, if offered, and will not require prior approval.

Reporting Community Service

Employees must report all community service activities on the Employee Intranet within 36
hours of the completion of the community service activity. Failure to report such activities may
result in the loss of an employee’s ability to participate in the Neighbor to Neighbor Program.
      Volunteer Agencies


ARC/Muskegon                                   Margaret O’Toole                                  Mental health advocacy
1145 E. Wesley Ave.                            arcmusk@i2k.com
Muskegon, MI 49442
                                               Phone: (231) 777-2006
                                               Fax: (231) 777-3507

American Red Cross                             Tim Lipan                                           Armed forces emergency services
313 W. Webster Ave.                            timothy.lipan@redcross.org                          Disaster services
Muskegon, MI 49440                                                                                 Community volunteer services
                                               Phone: (231) 726-3555, ext. 222                     Blood services
www.arcmon.com                                 Fax: (231) 722-4126                                 Senior transportation services

Association for the Blind                      Rick Stevens                                      Low vision clinic and rehabilitation
    and Visually Impaired                      rstevens@abvimichigan.org
456 Cherry Street, SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49503                         1-800-466-8084
                                               GR Phone: (616) 458-1187
www.abvimichigan.org                           GR Fax: (616) 458-7113

Big Brothers Big Sisters                       Cindy Timmerman                                   Provide mentor relationships
     of the Lakeshore                                                                             between volunteers and children
4265 Grand Haven Road, #201                    Phone: (231) 798-1391
Muskegon, MI 49441                             Fax: (231) 798-1657

www.bbbslakeshore.org

Boy Scouts of America                          Kevin Nichols, Scout Executive                    Character development
Gerald R. Ford Council                         Kevin.Nichols@scouting.org                        Citizenship training
3213 Walker Ave. NW                                                                              Personal fitness programs
Grand Rapids, MI 49544-9775                    Phone: (616) 785-2662
                                               Fax: (616) 785-0835                              For boys ages 7-20 and girls ages 13-20
www.bsagrfc.org

Local Contact – Matthew Hogg
matthew.hogg@scouting.org

                                                                                                
Catholic Charities West Michigan               Terry Walsh – Grand Rapids, CEO                     Healthy families initiative
Program Address:                               twalsh@ccwestmi.org                                 Pregnancy outreach
1095 Third Street                              Phone: (616) 243-9122                               Counseling services
Muskegon, MI 49441                             Fax: (616) 243-1442                                 Teen parent program
                                                                                                   Foster Grandparents and Senior
Administrative & Contracts                     Pam Cohn – Muskegon                                  Companion - volunteer
360 S. Division, Ste 3A                        pcohn@ccwestmi.org                                   opportunities for low-income senior
Grand Rapids, MI 49525                         Phone: (231) 726-4735                                citizens
                                               Fax: (231) 722-0789
www.ccwestmi.org



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      Volunteer Agencies
Child Abuse Council                            Kyleen Gee                                        Prevention through education for all
1781 Peck Street                               kyleengee@childabusecouncil.org                    ages
Muskegon, MI 49441                                                                               Intervention and advocacy
                                               Phone: (231) 728-6410                              programs
www.childabuse.org                             Fax: (231) 722-7161                               Court appointed special advocates
                                                                                                  (CASA)
                                                                                                 Professional education
                                                                                                  training/seminars

Every Woman’s Place/Webster                    Lori Rasmussen                                      Crisis and counseling services
House Youth Services                           lorir@everywomansplace.org                          Youth services
175 W. Apple Ave.                                                                                  Shelter services
Muskegon, MI 49440                             Phone: (231) 759-7909                               Advocacy
                                               Fax: (231) 759-8618
www.everywomansplace.org

Girl Scouts Michigan                           Gloria Lara                                       Troops and groups – teaches girls
Shore to Shore Council                         glara@gsmists.org                                  ages 5-17 self esteem, leadership
1217 E. River Road                                                                                skills, values and to become a vital
Muskegon, MI 49445                                                                                part of the community
                                               Phone: (231) 744-4774                             Exploring Science - Science and
Grand Rapids Headquarters:                     Fax: (231) 744-5874                                math program
3275 Walker Ave NW
Grand Rapids, MI 49544
866-566-7434

www.gsmists.org

Family Promise of the Lakeshore                                                                 

Mercy Health Life Counseling                   Sandy Klein Horsman                               Counseling including marriage,
1352 Terrace                                   horsmans@mercyhealth.com                           divorce, gambling addiction,
Muskegon, MI 49442                                                                                parenting issues,
                                               Phone: (231) 727-4368                              depression/anxiety, anger/stress
www.mercy-healthpartners.org                   Fax: (231) 722-6933                                management, etc.
                                                                                                 Substance abuse treatment

Kid’s Food Basket

Loaves and Fishes

Community Encompass                                                                             

Muskegon Farmer’s Market                                                                        




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       Volunteer Agencies
Muskegon Community                             Stevi Riel                                        In-school tobacco prevention
    Health Project                             rielsb@mercyhealth.com                             education
565 W. Western Ave.                                                                              Community health screening
Muskegon, MI 49440                             Cyndi Powers, Program Coordinator                 Lung capacity screening
                                               cpowers@mchp.org
www.mchp.org
                                               Phone: (231) 672-3201
                                               Fax: (231) 672-8404

Muskegon County Habitat                        Jodi Nichols, Director                            Building energy-efficient homes
    for Humanity                               jnichols@muskegonhabitat.org                       with volunteers to end poverty
280 Ottawa Street                                                                                 housing through affordable
Muskegon, MI 49442                             Phone: (231) 727-6020, ext. 210                    homeownership for low-income
                                               Fax: (231) 722-4959                                families
www.muskegonhabitat.org

Muskegon Family YMCA                           Bruce Spoelman
900 W. Western Ave.                            bspoelman@muskegonymca.org
Muskegon, MI 49441

www.muskegonymca.org                           Phone: (231) 722-9322, ext. 244
                                               Fax: (231) 722-6562

YMCA

Salvation Army                                 Captains Dan & Stephanie Sawka                    Emergency assistance including
1221 Shonat Street                             dan_sawka@usc.salvationarmy.org;                   housing, shelter, food
Muskegon, MI 49442                             Stephanie_sawka@usc.salvationarmy.org

                                               Phone: (231) 773-3284
                                               Fax: (231) 773-0587

WMT Housing & Recovery                         1823 Commerce Street                              Transitional living center with family
1823 Commerce St.                              Muskegon, MI 49442                                 case management
Muskegon, MI 49442                                                                               Housing plus program
                                               Louis Churchwell, CEO                             Youth development programs
www.wmttlc.com                                 lchurch@wmttlc.com

                                               Phone: (231) 728-2138, ext 2019
                                               Fax: (231) 722-4771

                                               Phone: (231) 739-6840 Jarman St.
                                               Fax: (231) 739-5940

                                               Judy Kell, COO




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