City Commission Packet 12-14-2004

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    CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                   DECEMBER 14, 2004
   CITY COMMISSION CHAMBERS @ 5:30 P.M.
                                AGENDA

o CALL TO ORDER:
o PRAYER:
o PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
o ROLL CALL:
o HONORS AND AWARDS:
o INTRODUCTIONS/PRESENTATION:
     A. Juvenile Justice Grant Update. MARTHA BOTTOMLEY
o CONSENT AGENDA:
     A. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
     B. Resolution for Charitable Gaming License. CITY CLERK
     C. Extending Contract - Snowplowing Services at Muskegon Mall and
        Surrounding Areas, 2004/2005 Winter Season. PUBLIC WORKS
     D. Contract Agreement - Funeral Service Portion of Burials.        PUBLIC
        WORKS
     E. Sale of Sniper Rifle. PUBLIC SAFETY
     F. Pension Ordinance Change Due to Contract Settlement. FINANCE
     G. Brownfield Consulting Contract -      Anne Couture.      PLANNING &
        ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
     H. Transportation Improvement Program Submittal for:      2007 - 2008 and
        Long Range Plan Projects. ENGINEERING
     I.   Approval of Conveyance Application lo the State of Michigan.
          COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
o PUBLIC HEARINGS:
o COMMUNICATIONS:
□   CITY MANAGER'S REPORT:
□   UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
□   NEW BUSINESS:
        A. 2005 User Fee Update. FINANCE
        B. Approval for Consultants - Brownfield Site Assessment Grant/Loan.
           PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
        C. 2005 Salary Schedule and Fringe Benefits for Non-Represented
           Employees and the 2005 Salary Schedule for Part-Time and Limited-
           Term Employees. CITY MANAGER
        D. Amendment to L.C. Walker Arena Management Agreement.                                          CITY
           MANAGER
        E. Write-off of Uncolleclible Accounts Receivable. TREASURER
        F. Amend Policy for Adjusting Uncolleclible Accounts and Set Up
           Allowance for Doubtful Accounts. TREASURER
        G. Shoreline Drive Phase II (First to Webster). ENGINEERING
        H. Engineering Services for Former Mall Site. ENGINEERING
        I.   Approval of Sale of City Owned Home at 1668 Beidler. COMMUNITY &
             NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
        J. Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice & Order to
           Demolish:
                  1. 756 Washington (Area 12)
                  2. 1463 Sixth
                  3. 557 W. Clay
□   ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
□   PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
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724-4172.
Date:     December 14, 2004
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:     Gail A. Kundinger, City Clerk
RE:       Approval of Minutes




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the Regular
Commission Meeting that was held on Tuesday, November 23, 2004.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
     CITY OF MUSKEGON
       CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                     DECEMBER 14, 2004
    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, Michigan at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday, December
14, 2004.
   Mayor Warmington opened the meeting with a prayer from Pastor Sarah
Johnson of the Word of Truth Outreach after which the Commission and public
recited the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSION MEETING:
   Present: Mayor Stephen Warmington, Vice Mayor Bill Larson, Commissioner
Stephen Gawron, Clara Shepherd, Lawrence Spataro, Chris Carter, and Kevin
Davis, City Manager Bryon Mazade, City Attorney John Schrier, and City Clerk
Gail Kundinger.
   Absent: None
2004-105    INTRODUCTIONS/PRESENTATION:
      A. Juvenile Justice Grant Update: MARTHA BOTTOMLEY
2004-106    CONSENT AGENDA:
      A. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the Regular Commission
Meeting that was held on Tuesday, November 23, 2004.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
      B. Resolution for Charitable Gaming License. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Muskegon Magic Youth Program Inc. is requesting a
resolution recognizing them as a non-profit organization operating in the City for
the purpose of obtaining a gaming license. They have been recognized as a
501 (c) (3) organization by the State. They would like to hold a raffle at Cuti's
Sports Bar & Grill on February 18, 2005.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.
      C. Extending Contract - Snowplowing Services at Muskegon Mall and
         Surrounding Areas. 2004/2005 Winter Season. PUBLIC WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Extend contract with TRI-US Services, Inc., Kent City, Ml
to provide snowplowing, de-icing, and snow removal at Muskegon Mall and
surrounding areas through the 2004/2005 winter season.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Need for service is weather-dependent. Cost of service for
2002/2003 winter season was $13,784 and YTD 2003/2004 is estimated at $7,500.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None, expenses will again be charged to the
General Fund, account l 01-70585.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.
      D. Contract Agreement - Funeral Service Portion of Burials.           PUBLIC
         WORKS
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Enter into contractual agreement with Wilbert Burial
Vault Co., Muskegon, Ml, to provide the funeral service portion(s) of burials at all
four city-owned cemeteries for 2005. Agreement is subject to satisfactory
negotiation with Local 517M Union.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: No financial impact to the City of Muskegon.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approve request to contract out service.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The Cemetery Board has approved our
request to enter into contractual agreement with Wilbert Burial Vault Co.
      E. Sale of Sniper Rifle. PUBLIC SAFETY
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: During the course of the past year we have been
conducting an assessment of the weapons that are currently maintained by the
police department. Our goal is to more fully utilize those weapons that are
available to us and to liquidate those that are not. For several years the police
department has had in its possession a Steyr Mannlicher SSG69 sniper rifle. The
rifle has been maintained in good condition. As we have no plans to maintain
and train a sniper team, we feel that our best course of action in regards to this
particular weapon is to sell it. Money received during such a sale would then be
utilized towards the purchase of weapons that we do need.
We have had a request from the Muskegon County Sheriffs Office to purchase
this weapon. The weapon has been appraised by three local gun dealers. Our
firearms staff recommends that based upon the appraisals and the condition of
the weapon that it should be offered to the sheriff's office for the sum of $1,200.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: $1,200 in revenue to the city's budget.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of this request.
      F. Pension Ordinance Change Due to Contract Settlement. FINANCE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The recent arbitration/contract settlement of the patrol
officers' labor contract calls for 1) reduction in normal retirement age from 53 to
51, 2) increase in multiplier from 2.6% to 2.75% effective 1/1 /07, 3) change in the
interest rate used to compute lump-sum annuity withdrawals. This amendment
brings the pension ordinance into alignment with the new contract.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Higher pension costs for the City. These costs will be offset
by savings in other areas of the contract.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None. The change will be reflected in future
actuarial valuations, which set the City's annual pension contribution level.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.
      G. Brownfield Consulting Contract -        Anne Couture.       PLANNING &
         ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City of Muskegon has been contracting with Anne
Couture, of Couture Environmental Strategies LLC, during the last seven years, to
assist us with our Brownfield activities. She has excellent contacts at the
Department of Environmental Quality, since she worked there several years ago.
Therefore, her assistance is important in moving forward on the technical
aspects of our Brownfield Authority, as well as grant application assistance (she
was instrumental in assisting us in obtaining the $1 Million grant/loan from the
MDEQ this year). Not only does Ms. Couture work closely with our City Staff, but
we also refer potential Brownfield applicants to her. Since we instituted a
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority application fee, in the amount of $2,500,
the City has received funds, which help defray the costs of the contract. Funds
for Ms. Couture's current contract have been expended (particularly due to the
work necessary in establishing a Brownfield TIFA for the former mall site, which
may be reimbursed to the City over time). Therefore, the Commission is asked to
approve the current proposal from Ms. Couture.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Costs to the City will not exceed $15,000. It is expected that
this amount will allow for at least one year of service.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the proposal between the City of
Muskegon and Couture Environmental Strategies LLC, and authorize the Mayor
and Clerk to sign the proposal.
      H. Transportation Improvement Program Submittal for:       2007 - 2008 and
         Long Range Plan Projects. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Authorization to submit the lists of projects to the West
Michigan Shoreline Regional Development Commission for inclusion in the FY
2007 - 2008 Transportation Improvement Program and the long Range Plan (20-
years).    Projects submitted will be considered for Federal and State
transportation funding. Adoption of the resolution is required as part of the
submittal to commit the local match if project funding is granted.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None at this time, however, a local match will be required
should we receive a grant for a particular project.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the project submittal and resolution.
      I.   Approval of Conveyance Application to the State of Michigan.
           COMMUNITY & NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve Community and Neighborhood Services to
obtain 280 Iona from the State of Michigan, which is currently a vacant
abandoned home. The structure is located next door to 284 Iona, a recently
completed infill home under the "Operation: At Long Last" project.
The department's objective is to obtain 280 Iona for the minimum price of
$300.00, rehabilitate it and sell the property to a qualified family. The obtaining
of this property and the total rehabilitation is one additional piece to the City's
continuous neighborhood revitalization efforts.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CNS office will supply $300 from the HOME program income
fund.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
 STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the request and have the Mayor sign
the application to the State of Michigan.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Carter to approve
the consent agenda.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Carter, Davis, and
           Gawron
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2004-107     NEW BUSINESS:
      A. 2005 User Fee Update. FINANCE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: City departments have reviewed and updated their
user fees and these have been incorporated into the Master Fee Resolution for
your consideration. New fees and fee changes proposed for 2005 include the
following:
•   Increases to various cemetery service fees;
•   New fees for cemetery chapel services and genealogy searches;
•   Increase to environmental administration fee to cover increased collection
    costs;
•   Changes to cat license fees to make them consistent with County dog
    license fees;
•   Increases to most marina fee categories;
•   Increase in daily launch ramp fees from $5 to $1 O; seasonal launch ramp fees
    remain unchanged as we are trying to encourage people to purchase the
    seasonal permits. Daily permits are very costly to administer and enforce.
•   Increases to specialized fire services (e.g. down power lines);
•   Increases to forestry service fees;
•   New fee for hanging banners;
•   Various recreation fee adjustments.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Increased revenue for fee supported activities.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. Adoption of the 2005 Master Fee
Resolution will help the city attain its 2005 budgeted revenue estimates.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.
Motion by Vice Mayor Larson, second by Commissioner Gawron to approve the
2005 user fees.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Carter, Davis, Gawron, and
Larson
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
       B. Approval for Consultants - Brownfield Site Assessment Grant/Loan.
          PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:           There were eight proposals received from
environmental consultants for the Brownfield Site Assessment Grant/Loan. It is
necessary to choose one or more consultants; approved both by the City
Commission and the State (MDEQ), that will conduct the environmental
investigations. Anne Couture, Mohammed AI-Shatel and Cathy Brubaker-Clarke
reviewed the applications and are recommending three consultants, based on
the criteria contained in the table. The consultants are: Horizon Environmental
(Grand Rapids), Prein & Newhof, P.S. (Muskegon/Grand Rapids), ERM, Inc.
(Holland).
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The consultants site assessment work will be paid for from
the MDEQ Site Assessment Grant/Loan.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve Horizon Environmental, Prein & Newhoff,
P.S. and ERM, Inc. as consultants for the site assessment work associated with the
Brownfield Site Assessment Grant/Loan.             Contracts with the individual
consultants will be brought to the City Commission for approval in January.
Individual sites will be assigned in a round-robin fashion.
Motion by Vice Mayor Larson, second by Commissioner Shepherd to approve
Horizon Environmental, Prein & Newhoff, P.S,, ERM, Inc., and Westshore
Consulting as consultants for the site assessment work.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Warmington, Carter, Davis, Larson, and Shepherd
             Nays: Gawron and Spataro
MOTION PASSES
      C. 2005 Salary Schedule and Fringe Benefits for Non-Represented
         Employees and the 2005 Salary Schedule for Part-Time and Limited-
         Term Employees. CITY MANAGER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
l) To establish the 2005 salary ranges for part-time and limited-term employees;
2) To approve and adopt the proposed salary ranges and salary schedules for
   the non-represented administrative, technical, professional, and supervisory
   employees for 2005 (2.0% increase).
3) Increase the employee health insurance premium co-pay from $9.23 per pay
   to $20.00 per pay.
4) Increase the lifetime health insurance maximum from $225,000 to $300,000.
5) Allow up to 5 bereavement days (currently three) for immediate family
   members (parent, spouse or children) upon written approval of the City
   Manager.
FINANCIAL IMPACT:
l) None. The ranges are unchanged.
2) The salary increases will cost approximately $51,327 plus approximately
$12,831 in added fringe benefit costs.
3) This will save the City approximately $13,720 annually.
4) Exact cost is not available, but it is not substantial.
5) Cost will vary depending on use.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:      To authorize the necessary 2005 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:
1) To approve the proposed 2005 salary ranges for part-time and limited-term
   employees.
2) To approve and adopt the proposed 2005 salary ranges, salary schedules,
   and fringe benefit changes for non-represented employees.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Larson to approve the
2005 salary schedule and fringe benefits for non-represented employees and
the 2005 salary schedule for part-time and limited-term employees,
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Carter, Davis, Gawron, Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, and
           Warmington
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      D, Amendment to L.C, Walker Arena Management Agreement.           CITY
         MANAGER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve an amendment to the LC. Walker Arena
management contract with Arena Management Group, L.L.C. This is necessary
to accommodate the additional expenses for set-up and security incurred due
to the Michigan Mayhem use of the arena.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Increased costs for the AMG contract. These costs are
expected to be covered by the additional arena revenue generated by the
Mayhem.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None. The increases were anticipated in the 2004
budget reforecast and in the 2005 arena budget.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the contract amendment.
Motion by Commissioner Gawron, second by Commissioner Spataro to approve
the amendment to the L.C. Walker Arena Management Agreement.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Davis, Gawron, Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, and
           Carter
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
         E. Write-off of Uncollectible Accounts Receivable. TREASURER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Periodically it is necessary to purge from the City's
general accounts receivable records items that are deemed uncollectible. In
most cases these items have gone through the entire collection process without
success.      In some other cases, further collections efforts, such as using the
outside collection agency, have resulted in limited success. However, at this
time, it is requested that the City Commission authorize staff to write-off these
receivables from the City's books.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Reduce the City's accounts receivable by $36,077.03. The
impact would be a decrease in the fund balance/retained earnings of several
City funds as follows:
   101      General Fund                     $14,770.12
   472      CDBG Fund                         11,641.25
   590 & 591 Sewer Fund & Water Fund           9,665.66
         TOTAL:                              $36,077.03
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: For the General, Sewer and Water Funds, there are
sufficient funds for bad debt expense included in the 2004 budget, so no further
action is required.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the 2004 write-offs effective for the fiscal
year ending December 31, 2004, for the various funds.
Motion by Commissioner Shepherd, second by Vice Mayor Larson to approve
the write-off of uncollectible accounts receivable.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Carter, and
           Davis
               Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
         F. Amend Policy for Adjusting Uncollectible Accounts and Set Up
            Allowance for Doubtful Accounts. TREASURER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To write-off $266,357 of A/R balances from the period
1998 through 2000, and increase the reserve for doubtful accounts from the
current level of $240,000 to $254,951.
This is also a request to amend the "Policy for Adjusting Uncollectible Accounts"
to be made consistent with the policy used for delinquent personal property
taxes. This involves 100% write-off of A/R balances more than 5 years old and
50% write-off of balances less than 5 years.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: To record $266,357 as bad debt expense in the general
fund for open balances from 1998, 1999 and 2000 years. Additionally, to record
$254,951 as an allowance for uncollectible accounts in the general fund for 50%
of open balances from 2001, 2002, 2003 and 2004 years. $240,000 was previously
set up as a reserve and $300,000 was budgeted as a contingency in the fiscal
year 2004 budget.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time.         The contingency account is
adequate to handle these adjustments.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the requested changes.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Carter to amend the
policy and set up an allowance for doubtful accounts.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Carter, Davis, and
           Gawron
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      G. Shoreline Drive Phase II (First to Webster}. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Consideration of the bids received to reconstruct,
resurface and for signal & bridge work for the second and final phase of
Shoreline Drive. Jackson Merkey out of Muskegon is the lowest responsible
bidder with a bid price of $1,788,462.74.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The construction cost of $1,788,462.74 plus engineering cost
which is estimated at an additional 15%.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None, all costs are expected to be eligible for the
MDOT's grant the City had received two years ago.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommendation will be presented at the work
session to allow for time to evaluate the bids in more detail.
Motion by Vice Mayor Larson, second by Commissioner Davis to award the
contract to Jackson Merkey.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Carter, Davis, Gawron, and
           Larson
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      H. Engineering Services for Former Mall Site. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To enter into an engineering service agreement after
review of staff recommendation presented at the Commission Worksession
December 13, 2004. Due to time limitation to commit the Enterprise Community
Funds which requires an executed agreement by the 20 th of December,
proposals for full engineering service (Design & Construction) were solicited two
weeks ago and were due back on Wednesday, the 8th of December.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The cost for the engineering services would be from the
Enterprise Community Funds.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve.
Motion by Commissioner Carter, second by Commissioner Davis to award the
contract to Fleis & Vandenbrink.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Spataro, Warmington, Carter, Davis, Gawron, Larson, and
           Shepherd
              Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      I.   Approval of Sale of City Owned Home at 1668 Beidler. COMMUNITY &
           NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the resolution and instruct Community and
Neighborhood Services department to complete the sale transaction between
Mr. Anthony McCloud for the new Infill home at 1668 Beidler. Mr. McCloud's
purchase price is $120,000 with a subsidy of $30,000 dollars.
The present site at 1668 Beidler was occupied with one of the homes that were
demolished a year and a half ago under the project title "Operation: At Long
Last," 1668 Beidler is the second home of the former Turnkey-3 properties to be
sold by the CNS office.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The HOME fund will receive $90,000 in program income
from the sale.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the resolution.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:            The Commission approved the original
construction of the home.
Motion by Commissioner Gawron, second by Commissioner Shepherd to
approve the sale of the City-owned home to Anthony McCloud
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Warmington, Carter, Davis, Gawron, Larson, Shepherd, and
           Spataro
             Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
      J. Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice      & Order to
           Demolish the Following: PUBLIC SAFETY
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request City Commission concurrence with the
findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that these structures are unsafe,
substandard public nuisances and that they be demolished within thirty (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.
1. 756 Washington (Area 12)
CASE# & PROJECT ADDRESS: #EN-040058- 756 Washington
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP: This structure is located on Washington between
Beidler and Henry Street. It is owned by HUD.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted
5/18/04 and notice and order to repair/remove was issued 5/20/04. On 7/02/04
the HBA declared the property substandard and dangerous building.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The cost of demolition will be paid out of the General Fund.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.
SEY: $21,200.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:         To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals
decision to demolish.
ESTIMATED COST OF REPAIRS: $20,000 exterior only.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Gawron to concur
with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to demolish 756 Washington.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Carter, Davis, Gawron,     Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, and
           Warmington
            Nays: None
MOTION PASSES
2. 1463 Sixth
CASE# & PROJECT ADDRESS: #EN-040051 -1463 Sixth.
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP:          This structure is located on Sixth between
Washington and W. Grand Avenue. The property was owned by Joe Hawkey,
who is incarcerated. As of 11/10/04 the property was acquired by Joe Ferrier.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted
4/12/04 and an interior inspection was conducted 5/7 /04. The notice and order
to repair/remove was issued 5/7 /04. On 7/1 /04 the HBA declared the property
substandard and dangerous building.
OWNER CONTACT: The owner's mother scheduled the interior inspection, but
there has been no further contact from her. As of 11/10/04 Ron Ferrier sent the
Inspection Department a Warranty Deed showing ownership.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: CDGB Funds
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
SEV: $15,200
ESTIMATED COST TO REPAIR: $20,000
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:             To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals
decision to demolish.
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Commissioner Shepherd to concur
with the Housing Board of Appeals decision to demolish 1463 Sixth.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Shepherd, and Spataro
                 Nays: Davis, Larson, Warmington, and Carter
MOTION FAILS
3. 557 W, Clay
CASE# & PROJECT ADDRESS: #01-048- 557 W. Clay Avenue
LOCATION AND OWNERSHIP:        This property           is   located   in   the   Nelson
Neighborhood and is owned by Scott Sieradzki.
STAFF CORRESPONDENCE: A dangerous building inspection was conducted
10/23/01. A notice to repair or demolish was issued 10/30/01. On 12/4/01 the
trade inspectors and the Directors of Inspections met the owner on site to discuss
his repair plan and timeline. The case was brought before the HBA 12/6/01 and
the owner was offered a repair schedule which was compiled by the Director of
Inspections. Mr. Sieradzki did agree the schedule was fair, but he did not agree
to sign it. The owner was given the opportunity to repair, provided certain
conditions were met within 30 days. The owner did not comply. The structure
was declared substandard, a public nuisance when the case was brought
before the HBA again on 6/6/02. In August 2002 the foundation was repaired.
The case was brought before the HDC on September 7, 2004 which concurred
with the findings of the HBA.
OWNER CONTACT: Mr. Sieradzki was present at the 12/6/01 HBA meeting, but
was not able to attend the one on 6/6/02. He did call the office on that date to
state his intentions, which are noted in the file. Mr. Sieradzki was present at the
HDC meeting of 9 /07 /04. There has been no contact since that meeting.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The cost of demolition will be paid out of the General fund.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
SEV: $29, l 00
STAFF RECOMMENDATION:            To concur with the Housing Board of Appeals
decision to demolish
ESTIMATED COST OF REPAIRS: $80,000+
Motion by Commissioner Spataro, second by Vice Mayor Larson to concur with
the Housing Board of Appeals decision to demolish 557 W. Clay.
ROLL VOTE: Ayes: Gawron, Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, and Carter
            Nays: Davis
MOTION PASSES
The City Commission Meeting adjourned at 7:20 p.m.
                                         Respectfully submitted,



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                                         Gail A. Kundinger, MMC
                                         City Clerk
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                                                                  Contents

Community Profile ....................................................................................................................... 2
History ........................................................................................................................................... 4
Ethnic and Racial Composition ................................................................................................... 5
Education
   Diplomas ................................................................................................................................... 6
   Graduates and Dropouts ............................................................................................................ 6
Median Income ............................................................................................................................. 7
Prevention Policy Board .............................................................................................................. 8
Geographic Boundaries .............................................................................................................. 10
Community Readiness ................................................................................................................ 11
Stages of Readiness ..................................................................................................................... 12
Assessment of Delinquency Risk Factors .................................................................................. 16
Protective Factors ....................................................................................................................... 17
Spheres, Risk Factors and Protective Factors .......................................................................... 18
Economic Deprivation
    FAP, FIP, Free and Reduced Lunch ....................................................................................... 20
Economic Deprivation
    Free and Reduced Lunch, Unemployment and Economically Disadvantaged ....................... 21
Negative Attitude Toward School
    Dropout Rate, Educational Attainment and Suspension ......................................................... 22
Negative Attitude Toward School
    Percent of Students Responsible for Suspensions, Violence in Schools ................................. 23
    Violence/Crime in Schools, Three or More Unexcused Absences ......................................... 23
Family Management Problems
    Child Protective Services Refe1rnls - Removal Percent.. ....................................................... 24
    Domestic Violence: Youth Charged ....................................................................................... 24
    Domestic Violence Call Received by 911 .............................................................................. 24
Teen Parenthood and Sexual Activity
    Percent of Teenage Bitths ...................................................................................................... 25
    Condom Use - % of 12th Graders ........................................................................................... 25
    Percent of Students Reported Having Been Pregnant ............................................................ 25
Decisioumaking ..... ...................................................................................................................... 26
Balanced aud Restorative Justice (BARJ) and Suspensions ................................................... 27
Resources for Families and Youth ............................................................................................ 28
    Gaps in Programming ............................................................................................................ 29
    Resource Assessment ............................................................................................................. 3 I
Promising Approaches
    Learn and Serve America ....................................................................................................... 39
    Benefits of Learn and Serve and Research-Based .................................................................. 40
    National Evaluation of Learn and Serve America .................................................................. 41
    The Search Institute' s Guide to Service Learning .................................................................. 41
Community Mobilization ........................................................................................................... 42
    Implementation Plan .............................................................................................................. 43
    Goals, Objectives and Program Overview ............................................................................. 45
    Program Description and Action Steps .................................................................................. 46
Alternatives to Out of School Suspension ................................................................................. 48
First Year Budget ....................................................................................................................... 49
    Community Profile
    Muskegon is approximately 210 miles
    northeast of Chicago along U.S. 31, and
    located 100 miles west of Michigan's
    capital, Lansing. It is served by two major
    highways north and southbound U.S. 31,
    and I-96 which terminates at Muskegon.
    Organized in 1848, incorporated on July
    8, 1861 it is nestled in the sand dunes
    along the southern shore of Muskegon
    Lake and its western boundary is Lake
    Michigan. The City. of Muskegon is the
    county seat.
    The City of Muskegon consists of 18.99
    square miles with Lake Michigan to the
    west, Sherman Boulevard to the south,
    Bayou Drive and part of the Causeway
    Boulevard to the north, and the eastern
(   border is Quarterline for the northeast
    and Sheridan for the southeast.
    Within the City is the Hackley & Hume
    Historic Site which is one of three
    National Register sites in Muskegon
    County. The former residences of
    Muskegon's most prominent lumber
    barons feature lavish wood carving,
    outstanding stenciling, marvelous stained
    glass and period furnishings in the
    highest tradition of Victorian decorative
    arts. The site is rated by AAA as "One of
    Michigan's best examples of Victorian
    homes." The restoration of the site has
    been featured on national television on
    A&E's History Channel and HG1V's
    Restore America. The site was the winner
    of the 1998 American Association for
    State and Local History Restoration
    Award and the 1997 Michigan Historic
    Preservation Network Award.


            2
Using the downtown shoreline of
Muskegon Lake as a backdrop, the City of
Muskegon hosts Summer Celebration, one
of Michigan's top music festivals. During
mid-June the Miss Michigan Scholarship
Pageant showcases their talent in the
restored Frauenthal Theater.
Pere Marquette Park, an award-winning
Lake Michigan City beach, lies within the
City of Muskegon and encompasses 27.5
acres. At the city beach, you'll find the
submarine USS Silversides available for
tours during the summer months, where
youth groups can have sleepovers. Adjacent
to the beach is a major non-motorized trail.
The primarily economic base since the
193o's has been manufacturing and is
making a steady transition to a recreational
base with increased employment in
tourism-related jobs. The City of Muskegon
anxiously awaits a high-speed, cross-lake
ferry service scheduled to begin June 1,
2004. Pedestrians, cars, and bicycles will
be ferried across the Lake. The largest
employer today is in health-related fields.
Not unlike other communities in the United
States, it is been estimated that Muskegon
County has lost over 5,000 jobs in recent
years. This has had a considerable impact
on the families who reside in the City.
In 2002, having lost its luster due to age
and other places having become more
favored as shopping destinations, the
Muskegon Mall was vacated and is
presently being demolished. The projected
land use is a mixed use of residential and
commercial. This is important information
when looking at the City of Muskegon for
youth programming and employment
opportunities.


                                   3
Muskegon History
The name "Muskegon" is derived from the Ottawa Native American
term "Masquigon" meaning "marshy river" or "swamp." The
"Masquigon" river is identified on French maps dating from the late
seventeenth century, suggesting that the French explorers had
reached the western coast of Michigan by that time. The earliest
known European resident of the county was Edward Fitzgerald, a
fur trader and trapper who visited the Muskegon area in 1748.
Settlement of Muskegon began in earnest in 1837, when Muskegon
Township was organized as a subdivision of Ottawa County. The era
of settlement coincid.e.d."'7.itlith~b~gi~nin~ oftlte exploitation of the
area's extensive tilJl§(!J." !"'S(},\1J,l4;~S•/ Tli~ co]Jlmencement of the
lumber industry in JJ.~~'l{,!P~"!-1~!;:1.tfu~in"'sses •t9 the community. Before
long, Muskegon wasad.iver~Jµedind.ustrialcenter, having attracted
such firms as Shaw-Walker,· Brunswick, Campbell, Wyant, and
Cannon, Continental Motors, and the Central Paper Mill to this area.
Over the years, Muskegon has attracted a unique mix of residents
which has helped to shape the cultural and intellectual make-up of
the community. Original settlers of the nineteenth century were
typically native-born Americans from New England, New York, and
Pennsylvania. They were quickly joined by immigrants from Canada,
Ireland, Germany, the Netherlands, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark.
The industrial surge at the turn of the nineteenth century attracted
large numbers of Southern Europeans to the area, while World War
II witnessed the arrival of large numbers of Mexican-Americans,
Southern blacks, and Appalachian whites. The melting pot diversity
of Muskegon's ethnic heritage is in keeping with the varied nature of
other elements of its recent past.

                                           4
        The county's population is 170,200 according to the 2000
        Census. The City of Muskegon's population is 40,510. During
        the past twenty years, the City of Muskegon's population has
        remained steady showing a small reduction of 313 persons,
        but there has been a significant shift in the ethnic and racial
        composition of the City as shown in the following table.

                                Ethnic and Racial Composition
        Year         Total      j Non Hispanic   Non Hispanic    I   Hispanic       Asian
                   Population        White          Black
        1980           40,823           30,482          8,671              1,216             138
                                         74.5%          21.2%               3%              0.3%
        1990           40,283           27,516          10,816             1,416             139
                                         68.3%          26.9%              6.4%             0.3%
        2000           40,105           23,231         13,240             2,560              260
                                         57.9%           33%               6.4%             0.6%
    WOO Adjusted       40,510           23,298          13,501            2,628              261
                                         57.5%          33.3%              6.5% j           0.6%
(
       The reason the City of Muskegon has not increased in
       population, despite slow infill of new residential construction
       may be due to a number of factors, including: out-migration
       to the County's outlying areas, a declining area economy, and
       a trend toward small per household population.
       In 1990, the City of Muskegon had 15,786 people in the labor
       force. The unemployment rate at that time was 11.3%--
       approximately 1,800 of the 15,786 were not employed. The
       highest employment numbers were in: services, machine
       operations, assembly, inspection and administrative support.
       As in the case of many older central cities, Muskegon has
       first-hand experience with the broad ranging impact of a
       cyclical economy. There has been an overall decline in
       household income. While this decline has impacted all City
       households, it has had a more dramatic impact on low-
       income individuals and families. It is predicted that the City
       will see increasing numbers of persons in the lower income
       brackets.



                                                   5
          According to the 2000 Census, 9.6% of 16 to 19 year olds are
          not in school and do not have a high school diploma in
          Muskegon County; in the City of Muskegon 13% of 16 to 19
          year olds are not in school and do not have a high school
          diploma. It is worth noting that at the sub-city level the
          percentage of 16 to 19 year olds who are not in school and do
          not have a high school diploma ranges from 4.6% to as high as
          38.7%. The map below shows pockets where there are high
          percentages of older teens who are not attending school and
          who have not graduated from high school.



Data Classes
          Pe r cen t.
          0.0 - 0.0
          <1. 6 -     7.9
          13. 8 - 17 .6
          18 .'1 - 20 . 8
          28 .9 - 38 . 7
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                        Prevention Policy Board (PPB)
                              Area of
Board Member                Representation                         Professional Association
Linda Anderson              Health                                 Health Department
Cedric Scott                Mental Health                          West Michigan Therapy
Larry Spataro               City Government                        Commissioner
Bernard Loudermill          Education                              Muskegon Public Schools
Brian Mattson (deceased) Juvenile Justice                          Family Court
Bruce Wright                Child Protective Services              Family Independence Agency
Chief Tony Kleibecker       Law Enforcement                        City of Muskegon
Jenny McNeill               Public Defena~rs             .         Western MI Legal Aid
Dollie Hippchen             Parent •    · · ··       ·             Nelson Neighborhood Assoc.
Rev. Charles W. Poole       Faith Comni:i1nitJ       ·       . . · . Bethesda Baptist Church
Christa Schaeffer           Business Seeton          •             State Farm Insurance
Mary Johnson                Parent                                 Child in JJS
Ric Scott.                  Parks and Ricreatlon         •.       .• City of Muskegon
Mary B. McDonald, PhD       Multi-purpose Planning                 Family Coordinating Council
Louis Churchwell            Treatment                              .West Michigan Therapy
Peggy Scouten               Youth Services                         Girl Scouts MI Pine & Dunes
Martha Bottomley            Youth SeIVice.s                        Volunteer Muskegon
Chris Callee                Youth Services                         Americorps
Angela Sullivan             Youth Services                         Youth Volunteer Corps
Ernie Stacy                 Treatment                              Child & Family Services
Mary Ann Willoughby         Project Coordinator                    Family Coordinating Council

This is a list of the Prevention Policy Board Members who served as the Planning Team for
the Title V Grant. Prior to the implementation phase of the grant, 1) a Board Member will
be challenged to fill the void left by the passing of Brian Mattson, 2) the PPB will increase
members from the education and youth sectors.
The City of Muskegon will be the grant applicant and fiduciary, and Volunteer Muskegon
will serve as the lead agency responsible for project implementation.



                                                 8
   Evidence of
   Commitment
    fromKey
     Leaders


      Letters of Support
          (Section 7)




"As partners of the 21 st Century,
we must commit ourselves to improving
the community where we live and work."

                   Robert L. Carter
                   Former Sheriff




       9
         Description of
     Geographic Boundaries

    The      geographic    region
    identified for the Title V
    Strategic Plan is the City of
    Muskegon. Muskegon County
    is the eleventh largest of
    Michigan's 83 counties and is
    approximately 509 square
    miles. It includes both urban
    and rural settings. It is
    located along the eastern
    shore of Lake Michigan
(   almost directly across the
    Lake      from     Milwaukee,
    Wisconsin.




                                                          The County of Muskegon is
        /                                                 composed of seven cities, four
                                                          incorporated villages,     and
        (                                                 sixteen townships. The City of
                                                     m    Muskegon is the largest city
        (
                                                          and is the county seat.
                                                          The area is famous for its sugar
                                                          sand beaches, and the County
             .,.,,,'
             I
                                                          is home to three state parks,
                                 _'' Muskei~on '.\        ten County parks and twenty-
                            ..
                       ·•
                                                          six city, township and village
                                                          parks.


                                                         10
   Community Readiness
  To initiate any prevention strategy, a
  community goes through various levels of
  awareness to prepare to implement a
  proposed plan for innovative change.
  Community readiness can be assessed by
  considering nine progressive stages of
  development. (See chart on following
  page) Based on these stages of
  development, Muskegon is between Stages
  6 and 7 of readiness and is progressing,
  with measurable success, to Stage 8.
     Muskegon's Current Stage ofReadiness,
                   Initiation and
         Institutionalization/Stabilization
,,. Community-wide         collaboration    for
    initiatives has started and there is
    excitement for potential success. Several
    programs are up and running; a
    prevention "status quo" is being
    established. Program limitations are
    evidenced, some resistance to change has
    been experienced, and a fundamental data
    tracking system is in place. The
    Comprehensive Youth Strategy has been
    implemented, funding has been provided
    through September 2006.
      Muskegon is Progressing Toward
           Confirmation/Expansion
  Prevention programs are viewed as
  valuable, there is support for expansion,
  broadening efforts, and standardization of
  data collection.
  "Muskegon County is fortunate to have many
  dedicated community members who have long sought
  to mobilize community efforts to meet the challenges
  of prevention."
                                   Neil G. Mullally
                      Presiding Family Court Judge

              11
                       STAGES OF COMMUNITY READINESS
Stage 1 - Community Tolerance/ No Knowledge
At this level there is no activity toward change. The community tolerates or unintentionally
encourages the problem behavior and "I don't care it doesn't bother me" attitude prevails.


Stage 2 - Denial
This is the "Oh well" stage. The community recognizes that there may be a problem but it's
accepted and expected, so there's really nothing that can be done.

Stage 3 - Vague Awareness
At this stage the community comes to the realization that something should be done, but there is no
motivation or identified leader to take action.

Stage 4 - Pre-Planning
"Yes, we have a problem and we need to do something about it!" Realization has set in, key leaders
are identified, but there is no plan for action.

Stage 5 - Preparation
The ball is now beginning to roll and there is positive, productive activity. The community has
united, leaders are working, and planning has been initiated. There may even be some "seed
money'' to support the effort.

Stage 6 - Initiation
We're off! The program is started and the community is genuinely pleased with the initial success of
the implementation process.

Stage 7 - Institutionalization/ Stabilization
At this stage several programs may have been initiated that address the plan. There is collaboration
and interaction to prevent duplications of services and efforts. Program limitations are identified,
changes are required that might meet some opposition, and some data tracking systems are put in
place. More importantly, the programmatic action plan is being implemented. Funding is steady but
cannot support stability or long term implementation.

Stage 8 - Confirmation/Expansion
Community views plan as valuable and supports its expansion and the standardization of data
collection.

Stage 9 - Professionalization
We've arrived! Community programs are now focused, the target population is being served and the
implementation plan is working with a high level of community involvement. Data collection and
monitoring methods are in place that are detailed and sophisticated. Participant outcomes are being
evaluated, and programs are appropriately modified or new programs added to better address the
gaps.




                                               12
In 2002 Muskegon County completed a data driven five year comprehensive
youth strategy plan. The result was an initiative that was based on 1) data of
specific "risk factors" associated with youths becoming. involved in substance
abuse, violence, dropping out of school, delinquency and teen pregnancy; and 2)
identified gaps in services and programs to support youth and families. The
process determined that there are few to no diversion programs offered to youth
that become involved with the juvenile justice system. Furthermore, leadership
found that those youth who get involved in crime are highly likely to re-offend.
Leaders of the plan also found that research and national "best practice"
supported a strong correlation between school attendances and reduced criminal
activity particularly among these offending youth and their siblings. A review of
Muskegon County systems found few community-based initiatives to support
school attendance with particular emphasis on children and youth with
demonstrated attendance prol:>leIIls,
                             t'_,,   '-/,-':>-"-,_,>--,\_<,   ,,"   ,        ,,--,,-" ,, , -:,_>>/' ,,,"'
Balanced and RestorativeJ~$ti¢e(B,~RJJ•1>l,iilr~qPMiw-asto be the focus for the
Comprehensive Strategy.i11itil!:tiye. a.p;1tn~/it~.t;qt~erh!pusiness was to mobilize
and offer training oppo.rtu111;te§.'.'.f!'?fvi•t;q~~::~N3ie~;~iOJJ;~l.$ that were aware and
committed to BARJ. As !\l."e~µlttt}!~;~~~Bill~~.f:tF~i;rrersjncreased from two to
seventeen. In addition,ata$~1t§~eeF1111.~~it~~.,a.i]~ttipn of a Truancy Advisor,
initiated a pilot prograIIl···•"'1tµ a,;~F•\'?~J?;.~f}fat1)-ili.es to explore expanded
implementation for the 20QS:,'~QQ~:                                 ~en~q¥:ye:afr
                                                                 Also, a social awareness
campaign committee was est!P}i~!le.g:Sq]aefq~pli~h a planning process on the
"Value of Education.,, Focus /!;l'.fl!,!~~Ewel'ej,~qeYe11~d and market research was
conducted to determine the pe$t~~tlio~qlqgy.;;oreach the target audience of
truant youth and their parentsfi;otjl,gi;!\Qe$•~.,,t3;. · ·
During the initial planning P;1~¢~J~fU+i'~i;p~~hen$ive Youth Strategy for the
County of Muskegon had 135 rept'eSel).tativtls participate. Several assessment
                                                                             a
initiatives that included l'v,lusl.·<>     ·.·.       J•
                                                                                                                >
                                                                                                       1
 School      - Acad;mi,<:f~.i'™'~!l~~~,~~~/                    f?iiing and support                         --
               late eJe.m~~!~~~~~~~t:·•••!i Ji j·•••·.               expectation                       ,rrIIfgh
             - Negatire attit~cl<:s'tQ~~l'cl• ·•·. •Ji ).- el,!!;,U' standards & rules for
               school        · · ··· · · ·         ./ ;, apyropriate behavior
             - Inadequ~i~<~~li~~fi:!ll~tf·§,• >; ·. -.'fQuth participation,
             - Truancya11cl~<:i!QP!~9p9ut, > • involvement, and
                                                    •·• • ·..· reliponsibility in school
                        .                                                            ····:\.·r·:/'.···           ··--::-
 Family      - Familyhistrl'Y~f•,!li'~P~9J>I~pi • ~ Effective parenting
               behavior •.•••·, ··it•''' .:{.if.;.;'\- Positive bonding
             - Family:quµta!i1lll<:~!p~o!lif~S • •·
             - ~~~~fJt:!~':flfIWza!iQn···..../ ·•••• .
             - Family contlict                                        . . ·..    "          '
                                                                                                   .
                                                                                                 ·. . :_         ..· ..

  Peer       - Gang involvement                                                                   .             - Involvement with positive
             - Peer alcohol, drug use, and                                                                        peer group activities and
               delinquency                                                                                        norms

Individual   - Anti-social behavior and                                                                    - Social Competencies
               alienation                                                                                    Temperament
             - Gun possession                                                                                Commitment to community
             - Teen parenthood and sexual                                                                    and school
               activity                                                                                      Self-esteem
             - Favorable attitudes toward
               drug use
             - Early onset of violence
             - Early onset of alcohol and
               drug use
             - Cognitive and neurological
               deficits



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Each risk factor has one or more data indicator of that risk. The Data
Collection and Analysis Workgroup's task was to gather data on at least two
indicators for each of the 19 risk areas. The primary tasks were:
  ► Develop a statistical and demographic data profile of the community
  ► Gather data for at least two indicator of each risk factor

 ►   Gather data on protective factors
  ► Gather juvenile delinquency data

  ► Conduct an analysis of data gathered and data sources
  ► Analyze and present the data to the PPB for selection of priority risk
     factors.
The Data Collection and Analysi1, . Workgroup beg~n gathering data in
November 2003. As d,ata was i;ec;~~yedJt was reyi.ewed by the board and
applied to the appropriateri1>~:factor, S9Plf)Of.thedatacollected was sketchy,
some questionable anthan 12%
from 2000_,01to 2002-03.
            ----·   .                      Data Indicator: Family Independence Programs {F!P) - %
                                                                                                                              ■   Michigan
                                                                                                                              n Muskegon County
                                           Source: MFIA Data Warehouse
                                                                                                                              13 City of Muskogon




The ..i~Ji.; -?"er three
                                  10 --
times that.o~~!JCo.unty and
five timesthitp(,,;Iie state of    B---
Michigan, 'f)ji,\pe,rcentage of
                                   6       -------
city reside~tf~1'<> .received
cash assist~ce increased by


                                                -•
                                   4
approxim.,J.t§ly 7;S% from
2000-01 to~J>o2~93.                2

                                   0       -
                                                           1998-99
                                                                                II_~    2000-01                          2002-03




For     2001-02,     children
eligible for and enrolled in                    Free and Reduced Lunch
                                                                                                                                  • Mlchigl'n
                                                                                                                                  l'l Muskagor, County
the    school's free      and                                                                                                     _':l_~ityoJ M,1skB)J~


reduced lunch program is
almost double that of the
State of Michigan and the
County of Muskegon. It is
also important to note the
percentage of the county has
decreased, while the percent
for the city has increased


                                                                                                                                                            j
over the last four years.



                                                                                                                                     ----
                                                                      1998-99      1999-00               2000-01   2001·02                   2002-03




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                                               Data Indicator: Free and Reduced Lunch 2001-02 School Year

Economic Deprivation                           Source: Muskegon Public Schools


In most cities, there are
pockets of families living in
poverty.     However,      by
looking at the percentage of
students enrolled in the free
and reduced lunch program
by school, it becomes
obvious that even the school                                                                     r;     w        w             -~
with the lowest percentage
is    still   double      the
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percentages of the county
and state.
                                     Data Indicator: Une"l'loy~nt
                                     Source: Michigan Department of Career Development, U.S, Bureau of Labor
                                                       Statistics and Real Estate Center at Texas A&M University
                                    16
 Another      indicator     of
 economic deprivation is the
                                    14
 rate    of unemployment.                  -         _jMchigan                I
                                                        D M,siDI G,adualas
                                                       Educational Attainment
 Another          iri.dieat()r           on            Source: 2000 Census
                                                                                                                                         i "1 B_"_~helm _Deg,a" <>t HIO!'':.'._


 negative.· ... 11:t1:it~~~•·•··••·••·toward
 school Js tl1~1.t.1?ffe~tage of
 the pop~lat!~l!)SWth high                     /0%

 school dipl~~~~\111;1.tJ college
 degrees. ~ 1i.:i1~!~d on the
 chart, app~~~ll.J~ly 70% of                   b<>%


 adult citYc .. J.'~§jclents have              40%

 high sch9ol .ij~~9.nias and
 less than :1.0% •liave college
 degrees.                ·
                                               10%




                                                           Clty<>(M.,skegon        M.,skegon Cow\ty                       ,_.chlgao,                  u.s




 The      Data    Assessment
 Workgroup determined it                                                                                                                                      o 2000-01
 was important to examiue                              Number of Out of School Suspensions for Muskegon Public Schools
                                                       Source: Muskegon Public Schools Suspension Report (8-12-03)
                                                                                                                                                              ■

                                                                                                                                                              mi
                                                                                                                                                                   2001-02
                                                                                                                                                                   2002-03
 number of "out of school
 suspensions." For the past
 three years the number of
 suspensions have iucreased,
 with the exception of the
 most recent year at Bunker
 Middle School. The numbers
 are high. When combiuing
 all K-12, there were a total of
 3,324 suspensions duriug
 the 2002-03 school year ...
 an average of 369 a month
 and 92 a week.


                                                           Sleele Mddlo School     Bunker Middle School           Muskegon High School




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                                          Percent of Students Responsible for Out of School Suspensions

 Negative Attitude                        at Muskegon Public Schools
                                         J~urce: Muskegon Public Schools Suspension Report (B-12-03)

 Toward School
  The workgroup believed it
  was also important to
  examine the percentage of
  the student population who
  were receiving out-of-school
  suspensions. The percentage
  of K-5 and Bunker Middle
  School suspensions have
  decreased in the last three
  years, while the the number
  of students at Steele Middle
  School and Muskegon High
  School has increased. It is
  disturbing to note that
  almost half of the student
  population at Steele Middle           Vlolence/Crlma In Schools In 2002
                                        Source: Standard and Poor'.s School Evaluation Servk:e11
  School were suspended at
  least once during the 2002-
                                              -----------
  03 school year.
  On a positive note, the
  average       number      of
  violence/crime in schools is
  much lower for the City of
  Muskegon than the state              rot----·-------

  average and significantly
  lower than comparable peer
  city average.


                    Three or More Unexcused Absences
                           October-03                         November-03
                                                                                                          The final piece of
School            Enrollment Absences       %         Enrollment Absences                          %         data that the
Bluffton                145       14         9.7                  145                   7           4.8   workgroup found
                                                                                                           was that eve1y
Bunker Middle           804       64         8.0                  781                  71           9.1   month more than
Glenside                223       40         8.2                  223                  44          19.7    ONE-HALF of
Marquette               484       29        20.0                  481                  47           9.8     all Muskegon
                                                                                                             High School
McLaughlin              323       36        11.1                 323                   45          13.9   students have at
Moon                    306       26         8.5                  306                  34          11.1   least three (3) or
                                                                                                          more unexcused
Muskeaon Hiah          1478      826        55.8                1440                 900       63.0            absences.
Nelson                  426       31         7.3                  425                  40       9.4
                                                                                                           Students are
Nims                    264       51        19.3                  264                  53      20.1          allowed7
Oakview                 409      68         16.6                 403                   74      18.4       absences per ten
                                                                                                             (10) week
Phillips                215      28         13.0                 216                   33      15.3       marking period.
Steele Middle           607      45          7.4                 604                   73      12.1



                                                    23
                                                 Child Protective Services Referrals - Removal Percent            ■   Cily o! Muskegoo

Family Management                                Source: MFIA Data Warehouse                                      iii Muskegon Co1mly
                                                                                                                  o Michlg.n



Problems
For the City of Muskegon the
percentage of protective service
referrals that resulted in the
child being removed from the
home has decreased since
1998, however the percent is
still higher than percentages
for the State of Michigan and
Muskegon County.


                                                      1998                 1999
                                                                                                                         ,,,,
                                                 Domestic Violence: Youth Charged
                                                 Source: Muskegon County Sherif's Department, City of Muskegon



                                                                                                                                "
                                            40


                                            35


 In the     Jj~jii!/
 the nu.,)$~ff;i?<>f youth
                                2~;skegon   30   --------

                                                                       "
                                                                                                         28



 charged )~$\J'.i.£~omestic
 violence. 1;!,~~:!,~reased by
 50% in ~9,~¢~;i.-s. This
 data      wilt: ,need to be
 watched t~ ~!~ if the
 increase .• •~~l").ijuues and
 what
 •     •
         factors.           are causing
            ./·_ :> _ :<_.· ·-· •" "'
 It to Increase.•
                                             0
                                                              2000                                2001                2002



                                                                           Domestic Violence Calls Received by 911

                                                     3XO
Likewise, the number of                                                                                          ________..
domestic violence calls
received by the City of                              =                     .


                                                     =
                                                                  .
Muskegon increased from
2,197 in 2000 to 2,748 in
                                                                                              .
2002 for an increase of                               1E/Xl
80%.
                                                      100)


                                                       E/X)



                                                         0
                                                                        am
                                                                                                         =               2002




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                                                                                                    □   Muskegon City
                                                                                                    o Muskegon Co.

Teen Parenthood                        Percent of Teenage Births
                                       Source: Anne E. Casey Foundation
                                                                                                    • Mchigan
                                                                                                    tJ U.S.


and Sexual Activity
 The     perrentage        of
 teenagers having babies
 is extremely high for City
 of Muskegon teens. The           "
 number is double that of
                                  rn
 Michigan and 5% higher
 than the Cotmty of
 Muskegon.      In 2002,
 Muskego11 Cotmty had
 thehigh~~~~1rate                                                                           11.8

 of any~wityiJJ,theState                      "       1999                      2000               2001


 of M i ~ 5,l}cl,> 2003,                   Condom Use~% of 12th Graders Using Condom                            'tll99-00;


 Muskegoµ ~\i-ated at                      During Past 3 Months of Sexual Activity
                                           Source: Muskegon County Youth Risk Behavior Survey

 nu.mbertw'f l\'1us~egon chosen was
"Negative Attitude T.owar~ §chool,'\ .'J'h:e l'~J.l identified Bernard
Loudermill, PPB boa.r~,~~lll:lt~t,r~~r~~iqtiP:ttt!1~ Muskegon Public
Schools, to conduct tlj.~,r~li~~J.i~~i~ili~$1i~#~t•. 'l'h.rough his personal
contacts within the dis!r\~!)l-!.ll .. ,~:,.fa~t,tffi~Q!~~<;jty of Muskegon has
only one school distric,1',.Iffl        J'l~r .•· Ul~µe~essfµlly completed the
assessment process.                       '!;;1 ..... ·• ·•· ;2:iiJ/.
Because of the infod~i~§?f(tt:          ;~i,.
Strategy, many of the gapli'i!li.tJ.1;\ij<
                                                   ;;!   i~~\the Comprehensive
                                             •r;~ ~\t~1~9,tlie City of Muskegon.
They included:         · · · ·          ··

   ► the need for a,       irth.
   ► a suggested expans!on of ~~J~~ll-!.~• 1a.µd the State of Michigan
     early literacy progra!1)1,of~~.i~!1.!!J.f0l.l<>ys' and Girls' Club was
     identified as asolution,.. · · 0    ;,> >. · y
   ► a suggested need ofprogrammii.i~ for ag~s 6-8 for additional 21st
     Century Learning Centers and Boys' and Girls' Clubs.
   ► a suggested need in the 13~15 and 16-17 year categories for
     programs addressing academic failure, crime prevention,
     substance abuse, and family management. Once again, a Boys'
     and Girls' Club was suggested.
   ► a suggestion that community programs that already exist should
     be expanded across all age groups and should have effective
     programming showing measurable outcomes particularly after
     school, recreational and summer scheduled programs.

As stated previously, the schools were not investigated thoroughly for
programming during the Comprehensive Strategy and the Title V
Prevention Planning Body focused their efforts on the Muskegon Public
Schools. The committee used the information provided by Mr.
Loudermill's assessment to identify the gaps in the city schools.




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  The gaps that were identified in the Comprehensive Youth Strategy
  were very obviously related to the Muskegon Public School system.

  The assessment revealed, as related to the risk factor "Negative
  Attitudes Toward School," a disparity of programming at Bunker
  Middle School in comparison to Steele School. Steele School has a 21st
  Century Grant which allows them to proyide an extensive selection of
  after school progranp:µing ... ~ < 11 re$µJtys' a1;1c;l Girls' . Club. However' a
  committee has been$eeking the Jneans to dev~lop a Boys' and Girls'
  Club but have been unable to locate the resources necessary.

  There are many resources that can address many of the problems of
  our city's youth however, the after school components as identified by
  the positive results at Steele Middle School, were clearly those that
  could and should be replicated in other city schools.




Following is the Resource Assessment for the City of Muskegon youth:



                                        30
   ~riority Risk Factors for the City of Muskegon
                                                                                                                          1: NOT A FOCUS 2: A FOCUS 3: A MAJOR FOCUS
                                                                                                                                                                            Negative
                                                                                                                                                                            A!tilude                Ages of Participants
                                                                                                                                                                            Toward
                                                                                                                                                                            School
     Organization                  Name ol Program                                                     Program Description                                                  1
                                                                                                                                                                                2
                                                                                                                                                                                    3   3.5   ,.,     9-12     13-14       15-17 18·21

  141h Circuit Cour1             Delinquency Services               Case managemen1 of adjudicated juveniles.
                                                                                                                                                                            •                   • • •
  American Red
  Cross
                                Youth Volunteer Program             Progiam provides opportunilies for volunteerism and community se1Vice for youth.
                                                                                                                                                                              •                 • • •
  Americafl Red
  Cross
                                   Basic Aid Training               This is a safety education program including First Aid water rescue, bicycle and car safety, and
                                                                    emergency action plan.
                                                                                                                                                                              •               • •
 American Red
 Cross
                       Community First Aid and Basic CPR Training   Teaches adult, infant and
                                                                    Basic first aid-injury trea1ment
                                                                                                                                                                              •                                             • •
 American Red
 Cross
                                      Whale Tales                   Water safety taught on dry land. Includes boating, ltte jacket use, sale rescue and general decision
                                                                    making around wate1.
                                                                                                                                                                              • • • •
 American Red
 Cross
                                   lifeguard Training               Teaches lffeguard skills focusing on responding to aquatic emergencies. Certffication can be
                                                                    earned.
                                                                                                                                                                              •                                             •
 American Red
 Cross
                                 Swimming lns!ruc1lon               Teaches swimming skills from beginner lo advanced levels (in water).
                                                                                                                                                                              • • • •                           •
 American Red
 Cross
                                    Sale on my own                  Topics and video related to salety for children who are home alone before and after school.
                                                                                                                                                                              •    • •
 American Red
 Cross
                                   Babys~ter Training               Learning basic care of children. Includes leading, accident prevention, sa!ety, and child
                                                                    development.
                                                                                                                                                                            •      • •
 Big Brothers Big
 Sisters
                          Community Based One to One Match          Chi!dren 5·12years matched with an adutt mentor to wotlc on self confidence, social compeumce
                                                                    and calling in !he child.
                                                                                                                                                                                • • •
 of the Lake shore
 Big Brolhers Big
 Sisters
                                Strive Muskegon Ro1ary              Muskegon Ro1arians volun1eerto mentor students Ouniors and seniors) al Muskegon High Schoo!
                                                                    who have below a 2.0 GPA and attendance problems
                                                                                                                                                                                •                               •
 of 1he Lake shore
 Big Brolllers Big
 Sisters
                                  Triple Connections                Providing youth (12•17), in the foster care system, w~h an adult mentor to inc1ease sett
                                                                    confidence, social confidence, and calling in the youth.
                                                                                                                                                                                •                               • •
 o! 1he Lakeshore
 1ig Brothe,s Big
    sters
                                School Based Mentoring              Match adult mentors to you1h in a school salting, eilher after school or during 1he lunch hour.
                                                                                                                                                                                • •
 .;f 1he Lakeshore
 Big Brollle1s Big
 Sis1ers
                                     Face 10 Face                   Youth are ma1ched wtth a firefighter for a 6 week session. They meet once a week and explore
                                                                    dtfferenl character1raits and form a rela1ionship
                                                                                                                                                                                •    ..                         •
                                                                                                                                                                                • • .
 of lhe Lakeshore
 Boys Scouts ol
 America
                                Moon School Boy Scout
                                   and Cub Scouts
                                                                    Building charac1er, leadership and teamwo!k                                                                                                 •
 Bunker Middle
 School
                                        KLICK                       Techoology based after•school programming for middle school students.
                                                                                                                                                                            •        •                          •
                                                                                                                                                                                •• . •
 Klick Pmgram
 Calllolic Human                  Fosler Grandparen1s               Older volunteers serve 20 hours a week in ciassmoms or other youth programs lo assist children
 Development                                                        wtth special needs.
 Outreach/Muskegon
 Fnst~r
 Calllolic Social
 Services
                                     Families Firs1                 An intensr-le in·home family preservation program for lamilies whose children are at lmminen1 risk
                                                                    o! removal.
                                                                                                                                                                              • • •                    •
 Catholic Socfal
 Services
                                      Cmssroads                     Substance abuse assessments, adult treatment 1hrough individual and family outpatient treatment
                                                                    group
                                                                                                                                                                            • • •                      •                    • •
 Catholic Socfal
 Services
                                 Communica1ion abo\11
                                    Relationships
                                                                    Workshops, which focus on skill building ac!ivtties. Each wo!kshop involves a series of five
                                                                    sessions, providing a total ol 10 intensive hours
                                                                                                                                                                              •                        •                    •
 Ca1holic Sodal
 Services
                                    Mothe(s Tom:h                   A volunteer men!orilriendship program which p1ovides home visttation and support groups 10
                                                                    expectan1 parents through 1he first year ol their infant's Ifie.
                                                                                                                                                                                •
 Ca1holic Social
 Services
                                   Rally Against Peer
                                        Pressure
                                                                    A weekfy after school program which provides Ifie skills, education mentoring, and skill building for
                                                                    at risk boys and girls ages 9· 12. RAPP is a s1renglh based program
                                                                                                                                                                            •                          •
 Catholic Social
 Services
                                 Post Adoption Support
                                       Services
                                                                    Provides supportive services for families who have adopled children from 1he state foster care
                                                                    p1ogram.
                                                                                                                                                                            • • •                      •        • • •
 Catholic Social
 Services
                                   Muskegon Healthy
                                       Families
                                                                    Voluntary supporlihome vis~ing for postpartum women in Muskegon County. We wo!k w~h
                                                                    families un1il the child reaches age 3.
                                                                                                                                                                                ••
 Catholic Social
 Services
                                 CSS Fosler Program                 Work wtth children 0· 18 who are court adjlldicated abuse neglect or del111quency wards. We
                                                                    pmvide temporary 10 long 1errn care in foster homes.
                                                                                                                                                                                •• •                   • • • •
 Catholic Social
 Seivices
                                Directions Teen Parent
                                        Program
                                                                    Provides seivices to piegnant and/or parenting 1eens. Both home visHa1ion and support groups
                                                                    Comprehensive long·term program.
                                                                                                                                                                                •                        • • •
 Calllolic Social
 Services
                               Family Centered Services             Provide in•home mentoring services to families and youth referred by 1he FIA.
                                                                                                                                                                                •• •                   •
 Catholic Social
 Seivices
                                 Family Group Decision
                                        Making
                                                                    Provide families tnvolved with children's Protective Services the oppollunity 10 make their own
                                                                    service plan for the well being of their child.
                                                                                                                                                                                •• •                   •
1
   alllolic Social
 clervices
                                  Stop Teen Smoking                 Educate adolescents to health hazards ol lobacco and to develop decision making and re!usal
                                                                    skills.
                                                                                                                                                                            •                            • •


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Priority Risk Factors for the City of Muskegon
                                                                                                                                   1: NOT A FOCUS 2: A FOCUS 3: A MAJOR FOCUS
                                                                                                                                                                                    Negative
                                                                                                                                                                                    Allilude                Ages ot Particlpan!s
                                                                                                                                                                                    Toward
                                                                                                                                                                                    S' h00I

   Organization                        Name of Program                                                         Program Descriplion                                                  1       3   3.5   6-8     ll-12    13·14       15-17 18-21
                                                                                                                                                                                        2
Calholic Social
Services
                                        Behavioral Heallh
                                           Counseling
                                                                            Counselingllherapy for youth, parents and families.
                                                                                                                                                                                            "   "       "                           "
Ca1holic Social
Services
                                      Pregnancy Outreach
                                          Counseling
                                                                            Provides pregnancy options. Counseling lor any person experiencing an unplanned prngnancy
                                                                            and who would like to learn more about 1heiroplions rela1edto parenting or adoption.                    "           "       "                           "
                                                                            CASA are specially trained volun1eers who a judge appoints to advocate for a child in abuse and
Child Abuse
Coul\Cilol
Muskegon
                                         CASA P109ram
                                                                            neglect court proceedings.                                                                                "         "     " "                           " "
Child & Family
Services
                                    Family School Partnership               A school oulieach progiam tha1 serves youth and families where absenteeism amilor behavior
                                                                            problems are alfecling the educa1ion process. Mas1er degree social wotkers help families and                "       "     " "
                                                                            children resolve these p1oblems
Child & Family
Services
                                    Exploring Self and Anger                Anger management group for adolescents
                                                                                                                                                                                        "       "                                   "
Child & Family
Seivices
                                    Balanced and Restorative
                                            Justice
                                                                            This program receives referrals from family cour1 and juvenile division We provide victim
                                                                            reparation, offender preven!ion, family confernncing, and case management follow-ups.                   "         " "                                   " "
Child & Family
Seivices
                                            Fl1st Step                      Group therapy for youth who have used alcohol and other drugs
                                                                                                                                                                                        "       "                                   "
Child & Family
Services
                              Behavior Crises Intervention Trnining         Training for teachers on dealing wrth behavior problems. Parenting groups for parents ol ac1ing-
                                                                            out children, who are having behaviornl problems at school                                                  "   " " "                                   "
Child & Family
Services
                                    Teen Pregnancy lnttia1ive               An abstinence based teen pregnancy program. Adventure therapy based group progrnm that
                                                                            deals wtth sexuality                                                                                        "       "                                   "
Child& Family
Services
                                  Violence lnterven1ion Program             This program receives refe1rafs from all 12 schooldis1ric1s for s1uden1s who demons1rate
                                                                            aggressive behavior. The program provides 26 hours ol lamily meetings and group 1herapy for
                                                                            s1udents.
                                                                                                                                                                                        "   " " "                                   "
Child& Family
Services
                        Individual, Group and Family Outpatient Treatment   Ou1palient family therapy for all ages; psychological testing for ADD and ADHD.
                                                                                                                                                                                        " " " " "                                   " "
Child & Famify
Services
                                             U-Tum                          Collaborative effort with MAISO and local school dis1ricls which serves expelled s1uden1s w/referral
                                                                            through home school district                                                                                "       "                                   "
Child Abuse Council
of Muskegon
                                      P1even1ion Services                   Personal safely, "Baby Think il Over," parent education, "Parenting wi!h Love and Logic,' and
                                                                            building conflic1 management skills                                                                       " " " " "                                     " "
   hild Abuse Council
.JI Muskegon
                                   Children's Advocacy Cente1               Acollaborative approach to child sexual abuse investiga1ions, including interviews, assessmen1s,
                                                                            medical exams, and therapy .                                                                              " " " " "                                     "
City of Muskegon -
leisure Services
                                  Summer Playground Program                 Promote a sale envimnment, physical Mness, organiied sports, drug prevanlion, educa1ion and
                                                                            educalional opportunities.                                                                                  "   " " "
                                                                            Teach youth athletic skills and the fundamentals ol pitching, hitting and throwing, essen1ia1 to the
City of Muskegon•
leisure Services
                               Toy RU Diamond Skills Competition
                                                                            game of baseball                                                                                            "     " "
City of Muskegon -
leisure Services
                                    Hershey Track and Field                 To promote physical fitness, par1icipa1ion, friendship and sportsmanship for youth, ages 9-14
                                                                            Children may compe1e in 1 field and rnnning events, or 2 field and 1 running event                          "   " " "
City of Muskegon -
Leisure SeNices
                                   Punt-Pass-Kick Competition               Teach youth teamwotk, a1hle1ic, and the lundamen1als of punting, passing and kicking, the core
                                                                            skills 10 the game of football                                                                              "   " " "
City ol Muskegon -
Laisure Sarvices
                                         Learn to Swim                      Swimming lessons taught 10 children at a YMCA.
                                                                                                                                                                                      "       " "
City ol Muskegon -
leisure Services
                                   Youth Baske1ball Program                 Prnvldes a sale and Jun environment for children 10 play basketball
                                                                                                                                                                                        "     " "                                   "
City ol Muskegon·
Leisure Services
                                      Open Gym and Swim                     Family recrea1ion to promote hea~hy meslyles.
                                                                                                                                                                                        "     " "                                   "
City ol Muskegon·
Leisure Services
                                          Youth Tennis
                                   (5104 Funding being sough1)
                                                                            Children learn 1he basic rules/skills of tennis.
                                                                                                                                                                                      "     " " "                                   "
Common Cause
Peer
                                      Common Cause Peer
                                            Education
                                                                            Teen HIV/AIDS and STD prevention. We also discuss relationship be1ween HIV/AIDS, dale rape,
                                                                            drugs and alcohol.                                                                                      "           "                                   " "
Educa1ion
Community
Foundation
of Muskegon
                                     You1h Advisory Council                 The YAC is a group of high school students who meet once per mon!h to talk about youth issues
                                                                            YAC is one of the grant making committees of the Community Foundation                                     "       "
Community Mental
Heallh
                                                                            Assists individuals with men1al illness and/or development disability.
                                                                                                                                                                                      " " " " "                                     " "
Diane's School of
Dance
                                    Diane's School of Dance                 Teaching children how lo dance in an approp1iate way.
                                                                                                                                                                                      " " " " "                                     " "
Disability
Awareness Center
for Independent
                        Disability Awareness Centerior Independent Living   Transition Planning for individuals wah disabilities
                                                                                                                                                                                        "     "
Living
                                                                            Earty On is a system ol services linked in a collaborative el!ort to ensure that families receive
EarfyOn of
Muskegon
County
                                     Earty On of Muskegon
                                            County                          support inlo1malion, and services which !hey need lo enhance the well·being of theirlami!y.                     "
Every Woman's
  lace/Webster
 Jouse
                                         Webster House
                                     Strengthening Families
                                                                            Program that supports and lacilttates moving 'families in conflict" to "lamilies in communication "
                                                                            The goals are reunification, s1abilization, increased social and communication skills leading lo safe
                                                                            home environmen1 for all.
                                                                                                                                                                                    "                          "         "          " "



                                                                                                                        32
 Priority Risk Factors for the City of Muskegon
                                                                                                                            1: NOT A FOCUS 2: A FOCUS 3: A MAJOR FOCUS
                                                                                                                                                                           Negative
                                                                                                                                                                           Attitude                Ages of Participants
                                                                                                                                                                           Toward
                                                                                                                                                                           School
                                                                                                                                                                           1           3.5   ,.,     9·12     13-14       15·17 18·21
     Organizalion                  Name of Program                                                      Program Description                                                    2
                                                                                                                                                                                   '
 Every Woman's
 PlacefWebsler
                           Webs1er House Youth in Transition          Educalionlsupport program to assist you1h in trans~ion (releried from foster care/delinquency
                                                                      departments of FIA) to indep;mden! living seltings which are safe and stable.
                                                                                                                                                                           •                          • • •
 House
 Every Woman's
 Place/Websler
                               Webster House Transftion
                                10 Independent Living
                                                                      Education/support program 10 assist youth in trans~ioll (who are homeless or a1 risk of being
                                                                      homeless) lo independent living setlings that are sale and stable.
                                                                                                                                                                           •                            • • •
 House
 Every Woman's
 P/ace/Webs1er
                                    Webster House
                               Trans~iooal Living P1ogram
                                                                      Provides residen1ial living for homeless or near homeless while teaching !tte skills                         •                                             •
 House
 Every Woman's
 PlaceM'ebs1er
                        Every Woman's Place Children's Services       Provides support services lo children victims ol domestic violence end children living
                                                                      in the sheller
                                                                                                                                                                             • • • •                           • •
 "-····
 Every Woman's
 PlaceM'ebster
                               Sexual Assautt and Victim
                                       Services
                                                                      Crisis intervention for victims of sexual assault
                                                                                                                                                                           •       •                           • • •
 House
 Every Woman's
 Piece/Webster
                                 Webster House Street
                                      Outreach
                                                                      New program to locate, assess, and link homeless youth wilh services. Program has acountywide
                                                                      system or services centers.
                                                                                                                                                                           •       •                           • •
 House
 Every Woman's
 Place/Webster
                     Webster House Early Offender Dive1sion Project   Offender diversion project aimed at decreasing illegaVanti social behaving increasing posijive
                                                                      interaction and restoring justice.
                                                                                                                                                                           •       •                           • •
 House
 Every Woman's
 Place/Webster
                                    Webster House                     Safe Haven shetter for runaway and/or thrown away children.
                                                                                                                                                                           •       •                           •
 House
 Every Woman's
 Place/Webster
                               Employmenl Training and
                                 Prevention Services
                                                                      In •home preven1ion program designed to address of subslance abuse, illerlective patenting, aFld
                                                                      teen pregnancy.
                                                                                                                                                                           •       •                           • •
 House
 Family Court                          SHOCAP                         Community ellort to monitor/manage high risk offenders in Iha community.
                                                                                                                                                                           •                                               •
 Family
 Independence
                               Food Assistance P1ogram
                                        (FAP)
                                                                      Supplements families' food buying power.
                                                                                                                                                                           • • • •                             •           •     •
 Agency
 Family
 '<1dependence
                                 Family tndapandence
                                    Program (FIP)
                                                                      Cash assis1ance for families,
                                                                                                                                                                           • • • •                             •           •     •
   Jency
 Family
 Independence
                                       Medicaid                       Medical assistance lo cover medical needs
                                                                                                                                                                           •     • •                           •           •     •
 Agency
 Family
 Independence
                                 Delinquency Ser;ices                 Placement and community in1ervenlion ser.rices !or delinquent youth.                                 •                            •                  •     •
 Agency
 Family
 Independence
                                   Adoption Services                  Placement court wards into adoplive homes
                                                                                                                                                                               • • •                  • •                  •
 Agency
 Family
 Independence
                                 Children's Fosler Care               Placemen\ ol permanen1 chiklren who have been abused or neglec1ed in foster care home/settings
                                                                      when risk al remaining in the home is too great
                                                                                                                                                                               • • •                  • •   •              •
 Agency
 Family
 Independence
                                  Triple Connections                  A mentoriflg program desi{ined to link adutts with yollth in 1he child welfare system.
                                                                                                                                                                               •                      • •
 Agency
 Family
 Independence
                               Chile! Protective Services             Investigation ol ch11d abuse and neglect allegatlons and services to families where children have
                                                                      been victims of abuse and neglec1 and are at risk ol lurlher maltreatment
                                                                                                                                                                               • • •                  • • • •
 Agency
 Girls Scouts of
 Michigan Pine and
                       Girl Seoul Camping and Outdoor Activities      Girl Scouls are offered various camping and ou1door events 1o attend which offer new skills to
                                                                      encournge res peel and care or the environment. These even1s allow new opportunijies 10 !earn lo
                                                                                                                                                                                 • •                  • • • •
 Dunes Council                                                        Interact with others
 Girls Scouts of
 Michigan Pine and
                      Girl Scout Program Services Troop Ac!iv~ies     Program far girls ages 5-18 primanly by trainee! volunteer leaders in a small group salting. Girls
                                                                      engage in educational, fun and social aclivilies centered around four program goals.
                                                                                                                                                                                 • •                  • • • •
 Dunes Council
 Girls Scouts of
 Michigan
                                   Ill school Scouling                Girl Scouls during 1he school day unlike a traditional troop. Teaches community leadership and
                                                                      good decision-making skills.
                                                                                                                                                                                   •         • •
 Pine and Dunes
 r.n11nl'fl
 Girls Scouts of
 Michigan
                                       Family Court
                                  (Power Angels) and
                                                                      Preven1ative program which works with siblings (girls) of jwenile court offenders {Power Angels)
                                                                      and girl offenders (In Touch).
                                                                                                                                                                                   •                  • • • •
 Pine and Dunes                    Ill Touch Program
 r.n11nf'il
 Girls Scouts ol
 Michigan
                              Migiant Summer Girl Scouts              We work with area schools and migran1 groups doing 1raclmonal Girl Scout activtties.
                                                                                                                                                                               •             • •
 Pine and Dunes
 r.nilMil
 Girls Scouts of
 Michigan
                         Just like You and Me Puppe1 Program          Program is geared to help grade school children gain an understanding of differences in people
                                                                      1hrough the puppet program
                                                                                                                                                                                   •• • • •
 Pine and Dunes
 (';n11Mil
  Girls Scouts of
    tichigan
                                       Outreach                       Weekly afterschool 1mop like mee1ings in a1 risk areas whern adutt volunteers are lacking Girls do
                                                                      activnies 1hat regular troops do.
                                                                                                                                                                               •             • • • •
  .'ine and Dunes
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Priority Risk Factors for the City of Muskegon
                                                                                                                           1: NOT A FOCUS 2: A FOCUS 3: A MAJOR FOCUS
                                                                                                                                                                            j Negative
                                                                                                                                                                            · Altitude               Ages ot Participants
                                                                                                                                                                              Toward
                                                                                                                                                                              School
                                                                                                                                                                                         3-5   6-8     9·12     13·14       15-17 18-21

                                                                                                                                                                                                                 .
   Organization                   Name ot Program                                                     Program Oescriplion                                                    1       3

Girls Scouts ol
Michigan
                               Choices and Challenges               Targeted to middle school sluden!s 1o help youth focus on understanding their values,
                                                                    s1re11gtheniog their decision making skills, and developing realis!ic and posijive opHons for1heir
                                                                                                                                                                             .   2



Pine and Dunes                                                      future.
r.r.,mril
Hab~at for                        Restorative Justice               Youth offenders are referred and accepted iolo 1he program. They help w~h construction 1tade,            .                                               .
Humanity
Hackley Commun fly            HCCC medical and support
                                                                    including siding, general building
                                                                    Treat pa1ients who have no insurance and provide them with 1he same as tt they had an insurance              . . . .                         .           . .
Care Cen1er
Hackley Commun fly
                                    services
                                        PRIDE
                                                                    provider.
                                                                    Peer to peer drug/substance abuse education and prevention                                                   .     .                         .           .
CareCen1er
Hackley HospltaV           Healthy Kids/ Healthy Community          Children/ Youth safety iohiatives.                                                                       . . . .                             .           .
Hackley Health
Hackley Publi!:                     Hackley Ubraiy                  Provide assistance to local school children who visit 1he libraiy.                                           . . . .                         .           .
Libraiy
Hospice                   8ereavemen1 Supp-Ort in the Schools       Olfers 6 weeks beieavement supp-Ort groups for students; stalf bereavement education and school            .       .                         . . .
Inside Out                       Inside Out Volleyball
                                                                    crisis support services
                                                                    Junior Olympic volleyball program for ages 10·18. Also olfers training for ages 5 and up on a              .       .                         . .
Volleyball
Jackson Hill
Neighbo1hood
                        Jackson Hill Neighborhood Association
                                                                    weekly basis
                                                                    Compu1er club, study circles, Hirnes1, and annual Christmas dinner.                                        .     . .
Association
Junio1 Achievement
of West Michigan
                                 Junior Achievemen1                 Educate and inspire young people 10 value free enterprise, business, and economics to improve
                                                                    the quality of their lives.
                                                                                                                                                                               . . . .                           . . .
Lake Shore, Inc
Lakeshore Young               Lake shore Young Marines              Positive activities, drug preven1ion. to build good leade1ship in youth.                                   .       .                         . .
Marines
Lakeshore Youth for   Lakeshore You1h for Christ Friday Teen Club   A teen drop in hangout center. Adults supervise s1ruc1ured and unstructured opportunities for            .                                   .. . .
Christ
Lakeshore Youth for           Teen moms support group
                                                                    recreation, education and counseling.
                                                                    A support !or teen parents, offering emolional, physical, and spirltual support, guidance and              .       ..                        . . .
Christ
 ikeshore Youth for                  Campus Ltte
                                                                    mento1ing
                                                                    Provide weekly meeting dealing with teen issues, adult mentoring lor teens.1een club running             .                                   . . .
Christ
Latinos Working for                    La Villlta
                                                                    monthly, and provide a safe p-0s ttive place for teens to hang ouL
                                                                    Art, music, compu1er skills, and men1oriog                                                                 .     . .                         .
the Future
Men and Women of             Men and Women of Character             Mentoring pmgram for young men and women ages 12-18, Focuses on charac1er traits.                        .     . . . .
Character
Mercy General                 Muskegon County Sale Kids             Collaborate wi\h other agencies to bring prevention programs regarding uninten1ional injuiy 10           . . . . .
Health Partne,s
Mission for Area         Coalrtion to reduce underage drinking
                                                                    children ages 14 and under; child passenger safety, poison, drowning, bums, pedestrian safety,
                                                                    Building a coalmon ol youth to reduce underage drinking among llleir peers                               .     . ..
People
MSU Extension 4-H         MSU Extension 4-H Youth Program           An educational youth development program which involves volunleers in providing, poslttve,                 . . . .. .
Muskegon County
Juvenile De!ention
                                     Dare to Love
                                                                    experiential, and educational opp-0rtuntties for and with you1h ages 5-19.
                                                                    Faith based ou1ieach program to detention center residents.                                              .       . .
Center
Muskegon Area
Intermediate School
                        MAISD lnstruc1ional Services Programs       Edl.fCalional support to schools lo assure qualfty and assist them in meeting guidelines of slate and
                                                                    federal mandates
                                                                                                                                                                                . .
District
Muskegon Chamber                White Pine Partnership              A teaching program which includes a lree planting project. Subject ol program is community                . .              . . .
of Commerce
Muskegon Ctvic                Summer Children's Theater
                                                                    heritage as iofluenced by cuKure a1011nd the world
                                                                    Graduates of the perlonning arts camp produce their own muslcals serving as se1, ligh1ing and            . .               . . . .
Theatre
Muskegon Cfl/ic               Performing Arts Day Camp
                                                                    costuming technicians as well as performers.
                                                                    A week long interdisciplinaiy opportunrly for children 10 learn and experience hands on all aspects       .                . . . .                              .
Theatre
Muskegon Cfl/ic            The Repertory Touring Company
                                                                    ol thealer.
                                                                    Acompany of middle and high school students who tour area schools with presentations llla1 help           .                    . .                              .
Theatre
Muskegon CWic               Curriculum of Thea1er Educa1ion
                                                                    youlh deal with the tough issues lacing them today,
                                                                    Three semesters of Saturday classes ITT drama1ics, dance and vocal music for sluden1s in grades           . .              . . . .                              .
Thea1re
Muskegon Ctvic                    Theater on Wheels
                                                                    K-12.
                                                                    An arts program which presen1s two weeks of performing arts inslruclion at innercrty and rural            . .              . . . .
Thealre
Muskagon
Communrty Concert
                            Muskegon Community Concerts
                                                                    sites.
                                                                    Provides lree concert pertormances 10 local school children.                                              . .              . . . .
Association
Muskegon
Composite
                                    Civil Air Patrol                Amilltaiy program emphasizing leade1ship skills, aerospace education fo1 the world today,
                                                                    physical fitness, and moral leadership training
                                                                                                                                                                             .                     . .                              .
'quadron Ml Civil
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Priority Risk Factors for the City of Muskegon
                                                                                                                                      1: NOT A FOCUS 2: A FOCUS 3: A MAJOR FOCUS
                                                                                                                                                                                    Negalive
                                                                                                                                                                                    Attitude
                                                                                                                                                                                                            Ages ot Participants
                                                                                                                                                                                    Toward
                                                                                                                                                                                    Schoo!
   Organization                          Name of Program                                                          Program Descriplion                                               1
                                                                                                                                                                                        2
                                                                                                                                                                                            3   3.5   ,.,     9·12     13-14       15-17 18·21

Muskegon County
Child Haven
                                         Emergency Shetter                     A short term shelter home for abused or neglected children.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •           • • • • •
Muskegon County
Family Court -
                                      Circuit Court Sentencing                 Youth experience an adult sentenclng conducted by a circui1 court judge Prior lo lhe senlenclng,
                                                                               the judge mee1s with 1he youth to discuss the law, consequences and life decisions that could
                                                                                                                                                                                    •                            •                  •
Juvenile Division                                                              keep the you1h lrom re-olfending.
Muskegon County
Heatth Department
                                        STD/HIV/AIDS Clinic                    Clinical services for treatmen1, intervention, and preven1ion of STD's.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •                            •                  • •
Muskegon County
Heatth Department
                                   Postponing Sexual Involvement               Program to delay initiation of sexual activrty,
                                                                                                                                                                                    •                          • •                  •
Muskegon County
Health Department
                                        STD/HIV/AIDS Clinic                    Clinical se1Vices fortrea!ment, inte1Vention, and p1even1ion of STD's
                                                                                                                                                                                    •                            •                  • •
Muskegon County
Health Department
                     SYNAR (Tobacco Vendor Education and Compliance Checks) Vem!o1s educated about the tobacco laws. Students do undercover sling to idenUfy vendors
                                                                            selling tobacco to mlnors.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •                          • •                  • •
Muskegon County
Heallh Departmen1
                           Childhood Lead Poisoning Prevention Program         Lead testfflg for ages 1-7 years andlollow•up moni!orfflg of blood lead levels.
                                                                                                                                                                                            •• •
Muskegon County
Health Departmenl
                                         Medicaid Oulreach                     Assistance in enrollment with Medicaid programs and assis1ance in working with insurance lorms
                                                                               or olher available insu1ance programs.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •   • • • • • •
Muskegon County
Health Department
                                    Adolescents Heatth Program                 Heatth education programs and clinical services in county schools and detention center
                                                                                                                                                                                      •     • • •
Muskegon County
Health Department
                                 Anger Management •Family Court                Mandatory anger management for youlh wtth parenVguardian required participa1ion.                     •   • • • • • •
Muskegon County
Heatth Department
                                Ltte Skills.Juvenile Detenlion Center          Anger managemen1, decision making, problem solving, negolia1ion, s11ess management, asset
                                                                               development and communication skills, are taught to youth al Juvenile Detention Cen1er.
                                                                                                                                                                                            •                  • • •
Muskegon County
Health Department
                                   Tobacco Prevention Educalion                Educational programs and sessions regarding youth tobacco prevention.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •     • • • • •                                       •
Muskegon County
Heahh Depar1ment
                                          Impaired Drf'Je(s                    Committee marke1s for social change of impaired driving through focus groups, surveys, youth
                                                                               training, advertising and programs to impact impaired drf'Jing
                                                                                                                                                                                    •           • •                                       •
Muskegon County
 'eallh Department
                                        Asset Development                      Training communrty in recognizing developmental assets needed for avoiding risky behavior.
                                                                                                                                                                                        • • • • •                                         •
,,1uskegon County
Heallh Department
                                   Women, Infants and Children                 Nutraional ser,rices for pregnant nursing teens and for children up to 5 years old.
                                                                                                                                                                                    • • • • • •                                           •
Muskegon County
Heatth Department
                                        Hearing and Vision                     Examinalions (for school children) of vision and hearing.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •       • •
Muskegon County
Juvenile Detention
                                          Youth for Christ                     Volun1eers conduct Bible study, discussion with residents
                                                                                                                                                                                    •           • •
Center
Muskegon County
Juvenile Detenlion
                                      Project L~eracy Tutoring                 Volunteer!Ulo/S assist residents week~ w~h reading skills
                                                                                                                                                                                    •           • •
Center
Muskegon County
Museum
                                              Museum                           A prBce where people can come to fook a1 lhe past and learn about his1ory.
                                                                                                                                                                                      • • • • • •                                         •
Muskegon Fury
Hockey Club
                                        Fury Hockey Tearn                      Mascots vistt !he schools.
                                                                                                                                                                                        • • • •
Muskegon Heights
Fire Dept.
                                            Face to Face                       Fatherless youth brought in for men1oring wah a goal ol character building.(
                                                                                                                                                                                    •           •
Muskegon
P1egnancy
                                         Ltte Plan Program                     Help women who are pregnant wijh support lhroughou1 their pregnancy and aftercare.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •           • •                                       •
Se1Vices
Muskegon Rescue
Mission
                                        Lighthouse child1en                    Bible study, cralts and outside activ~ies for children in residency.
                                                                                                                                                                                      • • • • • •
NICU Salell~e
Program
                                    Neona1e Intensive Carn Una                 Developmental mental assessment, periodic assessment and referrals of high risk NICU
                                                                               graduates.
                                                                                                                                                                                        • •
Pioneer Trnils
Camp
                                            Camp Kool                          The camp is for people wtth disabilities. The program focuses on independent living and leadership
                                                                               ~~l!~_s_~~h as problem solving, decision making, goal setting, learning styles, and becoming an      •           • •                                       •
Pioneer Trails
Camp
                                             Day Camp                          Helps people wtth disabil~ies develop recreation and leisure skills, improve qvalrty of l~e, and
                                                                               integrale into the communrty.                                                                          •     • • • •                                       •
Planned
Parenthood
                                          Peer Education                       Forty hour training wah stipend on lhe information, skills, and support needed to encourage and
                                                                               develop healthy behavior.
                                                                                                                                                                                    •         • • •
Salomon's Karate
Siudio
                                               Karala                          Discipline, concentration, respect, conlidence and seH•delense.
                                                                                                                                                                                        • • • • •
Stale of Michigan                    Michigan Sand Dunes K-5                   Introduces students !o our unique sand dune resources.
                                                                                                                                                                                        • • •
STATS                                   Straight Talk abou1
                                    Tough S1ufl (fo1111erly CATS)
                                                                               U1ilize dynamic peer education to advocate and empower Muskegon area middle school students
                                                                               10 avoid risky behaviors lhal include tobacco, alcohol, drugs and sex
                                                                                                                                                                                    •           • •



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Priority Risk Factors for the City of Muskegon
                                                                                                                         1: NOT A FOCUS 2: A FOCUS 3: A MAJOR FOCUS
                                                                                                                                                                    Negative
                                                                                                                                                                    AUitude                  Ages of Participanls
                                                                                                                                                                    Toward
                                                                                                                                                                     Sh I

                                                                                                 Program Description                                                1
                                                                                                                                                                        "' 3     3-5   6-8     9·12     13-14       15·17 18-21
   Organization                  Name of Program                                                                                                                        2
Steele Middle                Balanced and Restorative          When students break school rules, \hey are assisted in helping to res1ore the sltuaHon back !o Its                               ~        ~
School                                  Justice                original state.
                           (Will be reinstated lall of 2004)
Temple United                      The Pa1hfinders             Provide a safe haven 1or youlh. Develop academic skills through 1utoring while creating drug                  ~         ~        ~        ~           ~
Methodist                                                      alcohol, tobacco and violence prevenlion awareness and community service fflvolvement
Church
Urban League of                     Sale Haven                 Provide programs which emphasize educa1ion, physical, social character and leadership                         ~   ~     ~        ~        ~           ~
Greater Muskegon                                               development on a daily basis.
Volun1eer                          Summe1 Days                 To engage young children 8-11 in science by providing an outdoor setting                                      ~         ~        ~
Muskegon
Volunleer
Muskegon
                               Youth Volun1eer Corps           To engage youth 12-18 in meaningful service to their community and develop a life lime
                                                               commitment lo service.
                                                                                                                                                                         •                               •           ~



Webs1er House
Youth Services
                                   Youlh Services              Non-resklentia!counselillg and support for children ages 12-17
                                                                                                                                                                    •                                    ~           ~



West Michigan
Therapy Inc.
                            West Michigan Therapy Inc.         Out patient subs1ance abuse services.
                                                                                                                                                                    •                           ~        ~           ~     ~



Westshore Dispute
Resolution Center
                                 Westshore Dispute
                                 Resolu1ion Center
                                                               Family Mediation
                                                                                                                                                                    •                                                ~



Westshore Dispute
Resolution Genier
                                 Westshore Dispute
                                 Resolu1ion Center
                                                               School based peer medialion
                                                               and conflic1 management
                                                                                                                                                                    •                  ~



Weslshora Dispute
Resolution Genier
                                 Westshore Dispute
                                 Resolulion Center
                                                               Restorative Justice Mediati~lllll. 'J.'~~s! !!!iricnt~can serve as a map when
developing a new hiitl11t\'vc q:i;L>.llS> a checklist to review current
programs/projects.

 1.   Community Ne~~~11~Jii[fil~•il~ifl~9l~~prqblems and provide
      authentic learniTT1f·?~P:'~~~~f!~~J:!~irPllPg people we must make
      sure we actively cngij,giQ}t\QC"/4,! · ·!lJcµl').ity•in identifying their needs
 2.   Learning ObJecti~~J.~!'~$~~({!1        ~ry.i~c-learning is knowing
      what youth are e~.e,cie,~~~i!~~~ll,.t!,fQllg!1,their service. Developing
      learning objectiv~~ prpyJ~f~¼~~;9ijPP:rtu.1.1ity to identify what young
      people will learnop.•1;tpc;ii~91lID.,~<><.!i;dandintellectual level.
 3.                                    0
                                                !9
      Youth Voice & fl111-µ{ij; )';i~t~11i11~ llll,c,l engaging young people
      in the planningpI"9cc~~>p,r9~9eslll9r~ ownership and learning
      opportunities for yqµ.µg.peopJe •.· ·· ·
 4.   Orientation and    Trlliritri~
                                 -Y9upg people must understand the
      organization, issues and skills required to provide effective service
      and to maximize learning.
 5.   Meaningful Action - The actual service experience itself requires
      much planning and thinking. There are many logistics that are
      important to ensuring a meaningful experience, including
      transportation, supervision and risk management.
 6.   Reflection - Is a process in which youth use critical thinking skills
      in order to learn from their service experience. These processes
      help young people grow on a personal, social and intellectual level.
 7.   Evaluation - Provides an opportunity to assess the process (what
      did we do well, what could we have done better) and impact (how
      have young people and the community changed).
 8.   Celebration and Recognition - Youth who provide valuable service
      to the community need to celebrate and be recognized. This
      reinforces the value and their connection to what they
      accomplished.

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                Learn and Serve
    Goals, Objectives and Program Overview
GOAL: All students in the City of Muskegon will stay in and
      actively participate in school.
Objective: #1:   To establish "Learn and Serve" programs in Muskegon
                 Public School in which students will develop and implement
                 service learning projects designed to change negative
                 attitudes of student toward school.
Measurement:     1.   There will be a15% reduction in the out-of-school
                 suspensj.onsJ:>yfaH 0£20()7
                 2. . 'l'li;ff1"1!ll>e1l'l5~J"~clucti9ij,instudent absenteeism by

                 fall of.:?!).~"?;,>i.;f··. . \<.> >·•\•••<<'   .·c·•···z··.·.... ·
                 3, S~!l'-'ntsz1"1!~0\\ii~Jtm,()l't1P:9siti~e attitude toward
                 schooI.,11JJ~/"S.fY~i?J~J~r,1~~JJJ•J?~i~~will increase as
                 measur~!IJ.lYP!!~iit{l",ngst,¢¥!!'.!9~QOns
                        2;
  Projects: A total of L~:~~~~~~§~~~il~~j~~~'.~~ams will be implemented
            during the •. 2?1~-~?\~jij~;r~~t•h,'•);'{\•<
            ► Ten (10) .sllW,Jll~.r,j~~i{l-~S.:W.r().Ugh the City of Muskegon
                          . Ui!~~i~i~t:~{.f  ri~lll'e ~ervices
            ► Two (2) JJi~J.i~~!i~~J,~.r.9~11II1s (one in the fall/winter
                          s(!m(!,,~tl'.~~,,()~l!iJJJlliwinter;spring semester>
            ► Four (4) 1\1Jd;q~.§sJJ.o<>,Iti-9~1;111ns - Two (2) at both Middle
                          SchoplS(t'f~jq:tl\ff~l/~nter semester and two in
                          the ~p.ter/St>fiJJ~Se1Uester)
            ► Seven (7) Elementary ~ehool Programs - One (1) yearly
                          program at each ofthe seven elementary schools
  Program Description: Each Learn and Serve School project team will have
  a minimum of 10 students that will meet during or immediately after
  school, for a minimum of two hours, with Program Specialists for eight
  weeks. The Learn and Serve Summer Playground Project teams will meet
  four times a week for eight (8) weeks.
  During the eight weeks, the youth project teams will:
  1. Identify a service project (service goals and outcomes will be to change
     students' negative attitudes toward school)
  2. Design all components of the project
  3. Submit a proposal for up to $900 in funding to implement the project
  4. Implement and complete the project
  5. Evaluate project impact on students' attitudes toward school


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          Learn and Serve
 Program Description and Actions Steps
Participants: There will be a minimum of 230 students involved in a year
long program. Every effort will be made to have project team members
who are diverse with regards to sex, ethnicity, socio-economically,
scholastic achievement, etc.
Program Leaders: Learn and Serve School service learning program
will be provided by Volunteer Muskegon, Girl Scout of Michigan Pine
and Dunes Council, and the City of Muskegon's Department of Leisure
Services.
Action Step 1:   Boarc:l;hii~~ 9-p9-m:ati~el<".I'¥ Learµ and Serve Program
                 Coorclinator(October2904)
Action Step 2:   Ea<.;lfPr~~~Wfit\•it~~~.. ~IJijubgiit names of Program
                 Spe<.;i9-Ji.!ltii(qt,J:!9~rd<~PPrQii1l(Q(;tober 2004)
Action Step 3:   Prog.;~f"lfJ{ijtji\t~~}~i,~J7;ij~~erve Coordinator and
                 all Program!~ile;:~i~U,~J§,(Q(;t9Jjer2004)
Action Step 4:   Progr~JJ.l~~~~~j~t~~~~~~~~gra~ Facilitators presents
                 program ~?.1>t9~~~:itr~~.tp<9-ssigned school staff
                 (Octoljer~QQA:); .· · · · ·· · ·
Action Step 5:   Recruit ;t~4~;i;j'~iii~~tf~i~ationin elementary, middle
                 school, ancl'11Jg!1~<.;}io<>! i,:..~9-I"n ~d Serve projects.
                 Princ~al~ ~1?-cl~l)lWPI>~i!J.!~~t9-ff will refer students.
                 (October 2QQ4), •· ·               ·
Action Step 6:  ProgralllSJ?¢ciijtst~J>e;:gi11fJ¢kly meetings with Learn
                andServe,!ltuc:lentp~rt:icipants (October 2004)
Action Step 7: Program Specialists administer pre evaluation to assess
                attitudes of students toward school (October 2004)
Action Step 8: Program Specialists begin weekly meetings with Learn
                and Serve student participants (February 2005)
Action Step 9: Program Specialists administer pre evaluation to assess
                attitudes of students toward school (February 2005)
Action Step 10: Recruit students for participation in second session of
                Learn and Serve projects. Principals and appropriate
                school staff will make student referrals. (March 2005)
Action Step 11: Program Coordinator conducts the Learn and Serve
                process and outcome evaluations for submission to
                board (Late April or May 2005)




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     Learn and Serve Actions Steps Continued
Action Step 12: Program Specialists administer post-test to students to
                assess students attitudes toward school (May 2005)
Action Step 13: Program Specialists conducts the Learn and Serve process
                and outcome evaluations for the elementary, middle school
                and high school programs, for submission to the PBB (May
                2005)
Action Step 14: Notification to students to announce Department of
                Leisure Services summer Learn and Serve project at
                playgrounds. (May - June 2005)
Action Step 15: Recr11it1iJ;u,de11.t§.toparrici,patein.:Learn and Serve summer
                proj~~tl!(Maya11.d;J:1111.~·2Qo5)
Action Step 16: Tra!nlijii~Yi~~i~#~t~llrf~~~~~s.Program Specialists
                for~'1:1n~~lkffq~~~~g~~l:11~!~<1,j~y.Program Coordinator
                (JUl\~2995) ,, ..•. . . . . . . .
Action Step 17: Begjrili;~~Jl~~it\;f,l~ffi,\~;~~~lldost evaluation to summer
                participant~ tc,;y ~~1:iij§~•.§t~missioJJ.•toboard (August 2005)
Action Step 21: Board µiak~s r~coltl.mendatlons for any required changes
                for more effective program implementation (August or
                Septeml>er 2005)




Program Year 2005-06: Replicate the above 21 Actions Steps with the
                           addition ofother actions steps that are
                           deemed necessary to improve the program.

Program Year 2006-07: Replicate the above 21 Action Steps with the
                           addition ofother Actions Steps that are
                           deemed necessary to improve the program.




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   Alternatives to Out ofSchool Suspension
GOAL: To decrease out-of-school suspensions.

  OBJECTIVE #1: To create community awareness through comparisons
                with peer school districts

  OBJECTIVE #2: Effect policy change within the school district

     Measurement:    1.   Reduce by 5% the out-of-school suspensions
                     2.   Reduce by 5% the absenteeism rate of school
                          district

     Action Step 1: A Task force will be mobilized to evaluate current data
                    collection methods for school suspensions and
                    absences (November 2004)
     Action Step 2: Task force members will identify and clarify what
                    baseline data is required for accurate tracking of
                    individual suspensions and absences (January 2005)
     Action Step 3: Task force will access impact of Learn and Serve
                    service learning on student absences and suspensions
                    (February 2005- June 2005)
     Action Step 4: Task force will re-evaluate data and collection process
                    for accuracy and program effectiveness (September
                    2005)


Program Year 2005-06:          Task force members will investigate and visit
                               model alternatives to suspensions programs
                               and select a program for replication or
                               design a program based on investigation.

Program Year 2006-07:          Pilot the selected (or designed) alternative to
                               at home suspension program.




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                         First Year Budget
Budget for Title V Grant
Consultant/Contractual (20% FfE Coordinator)----------------------- $48,424

Administration ------------------------------------------------------------- $ 6,300
Travel ----------------------------------------------------------------------- $ 9,930
Materials/Supplies---------------------------------------------------------$ 25,346

    Above includes: (23 youth designed projects @$900.00 per project)


Total ------------------------------------------------------------------------$90,ooo


In Kind Match
Youth participant hours --- 230 youth@ 14 hours @ $8.50 -----               $27,370
Ten (10) Program Leaders                                                    $15,030
Occupancy (Project Coordinator)                                                $3,900
Total ------------------------------------------------------------------------$46,300
Total Amount                                                             $136,300




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Date:       December 14, 2004
To:         Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:       Gail Kundinger, City Clerk
RE:         Resolution for Charitable Gaming License




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Muskegon Magic Youth Program Inc.
is requesting a resolution recognizing them as a non-profit organization
operating in the City for the purpose of obtaining a gaming license.
They have been recognized as a 501 (c) (3) organization by the State.
They would like to hold a raffle at Cuti's Sports Bar & Grill on February
18, 2005.


FINANCIAL IMPACT: None



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval
i
    CHARITABLE GAMING DIVISION
    101 E. HILLSDALE, BOX 30023
    LANSING, MICHIGAN 481>0~
    (517) 33~5780
    www.state.ml.ua/mllottery


      LOCAL GOVERNING BODY RESOLUTION FOR CHARITABLE GAMING LICENSES
                                                           (Required by MCL.432.103(9))
                                                              2004-106(b}


     At a __R_e_g_u_l_a.,..r..,_.-,-,......_ _ _ _ _ _ meeting of the __c~1:'."'.·t~y~~C=,,o,,,,m~m~i..,,s"'."'s~i~o~n=~..,,.,.,..-
                           11eouu.R OR SPECIAL                                              TOWNSHIP, CITY, OR VILLAGE COUNCIUBOARO


     calledtoorderby ____M_a..y_o_r_w_a_r_m_i_n_.g,._t_o_n_ _ _ _ _ on                              December 14, 2004
                                                                                                                   DAT!

    at._ _s_:_3_o___ ~./p,m. the following resolution was offered:
                TIME


    Movedby            Commissioner Spataro andsupportedby Commissioner Carter

    that the request from Muskegon Magic Youth Program                                      of     Muslcegon
                                                     NAME Of ORGANIZATION                                       CITY

    county of __M_u_s_-1c_e_g_o_n~=~~------• asking that they be recognized as a
                                          COONTYNAME


    nonprofit organization operating in the community for the purpose of obtaining a charitable

    gaming license, be considered for __A_~=-0.._p_r..,,o....v__a....1-~,.,,.....---
                                                                 APPRovAIJtlfSAPPROVAI.



                                APPROVAL                                            DISAPPROVAL
                         Yeas:              7                                    Yeas:
                         Nays:              0                                    Nays:

                         Absent:            0                                    Absent:




    I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution offered and
    adoptedbythe            City Commission                                         ata          Regular
                                TOWNSHIP, CITY, OR Vil.I.AGE COUliCIUB0AA0                 ---'---=:RE=-:GU~L.AR~O~R-=:SP~ECl~AL----


    meetingheldon._ _
                    De_c_ember 14, 2004                                             .


    SIGNED:      ~ ~.=-:;.:-; ; ;. __;:O
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                                                      n:      1---- - = - - - - - - -
                                                            TOWNSHIP, CrTY, O ~ L E R K


                        Gail A. Kundinger, MMC, City Cler~
                                                                PRINTED NAME AHO TITU!


                        933 Terrace, Muskegon, MI                                   49440
                                                                       ADDRESS
                                                                                                                COMN.1:TI0N: Rtql-lit-,l.
                                                                                                                PENALTY: Poulble danial of application.
~.,,.,~~... ···c·HARITABLE" ...
    ,.._, GAMING
     , , ~ DIVISION
                           MICHIGAN LOTTERY

 To:     1-231-724-1108
                                                    JUN 2 .'S 2004
 Subject:       Attn:

 Pages:     5

 Date:    Wednesday, June 23, 2004          Time:   9:04:52 AM

 Fax Number:        517-267-2285

 Phone Number: 517 -335-5780

 Web            www.state.mi.us/milottery

 Note:
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                                                                   STATE OF MICHIGAN

                                                              BUREAU OF STATE LOTTERY
                                                                           LANSING
     JENNIFER       M.    GRANHOLM                                                                                         GARY C_ PETERS
              ""'""'-"'                                                                                                      COM1111SSIOJ\ER




                                     LOCAL CIVIC ORGANIZATION QUALIFICATION INFORMATION


            Please allow at least 4 weeks for the qualification process.

            If the organization has never submitted qualifying information as a local civic organization,
            the following information shall be submitted prior to being approved to conduct a bingo,
            millionaire party, raffle, charity game, or numeral game.

               1. A signed and dated copy of the organization's current bylaws or constitution .

             .12. A complete copy of the organization's Articles of Incorporation that have been filed
                         with the Corporations and Securities Bureau, if the organization is incorporated.

            /3.          A copy of the letter from the IRS stating the organization is exempt from federal tax
                         under IRS code 501(c)3
                                                                    OR
                         copies of one bank statement per year for the previous five years, excluding the
                         current year.
              I
             ✓4.         A provision in the bylaws, constitution, or Articles of Incorporation that states
                         should the organization dissolve, all assets, and real and personal property will revert:

                         A. If exempt under 501 (c)3, to another 501 (c)3 organization.

                         B. If not exempt under 501 (c)3, to the local government.

              5. A receipt and expenditure statement for the last two years. If expenditures were
                 made to individuals, explain the nature of these expenditures.

            1s.      A copy of a resolution passed by the local body of government stating the
                     organization is a recognized nonprofit organization in the community (sample format
                     attached) .

            ./ 7. A provision in the bylaws, constitution, or Articles of Incorporation indicating the
                  organization will remain nonprofit forever.

           Additional information may be requested after the initial documents submitted have been
           reviewed. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please call our office at
           (517) 335-5780.


           Act 382 of the Public Acts of 1972, as amended, defines a local civic organization as an organization "not for
           pecuniary profit and not affiliated with a state or national organization, which is recognized by resolution adopted by
           the city in which the organization conducts its principal activities, whose constitution, charter, articles of
           incorporation, or bylaws contain a provision for the perpetuation of the organization as a nonprofit organization
           whose entire assets are pledged to charitable purposes, and whose constitution, charter, articles of incorporation, or
           bylaws contain a provision that all assets, real property, and personal property shall revert to the benefit of the city
           government upon dissolution of the organization."



                                                                                                                    BSL-CG-1453(R5/04)

                                                 101 E. HILLSDALE • P.O. BOX 30023 • LANSING, MICHIGAN 48909
                                                              www.michigan.gov/cg ~ (517) 335-5780
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                   1, Charitable Gal"ing Division
                      c/o Accounting
                                                                                  RAFFLE LICENSE
                      Box 30023, LaI,sin9, M! 48909
                      OVERNIGHT DELIVERY:                                          APPLICATION
     ~_               101 E. Hillsdale, Lansir.g, Ml 48933
     ~lERY            (5171335-s?so
     I.OT             www.rnid1iga11.g0v/cg                                                                                                   Al.I O'i'/ 4 WFF.KS FOR PROCF.S.S/NG.
                                                                                                                                    PLEASE PRINT OR TYPE IN BLUE OR BLACI< INK.
                                                                                                                                                           2. Orgcmi:rnlbn ID Number                   or last
                                                                                                                                                              Lic~n.ne Numlrnr l,mu~rl



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               D        Yes - Complete application and submit with tt1e uppropriati-;: fee.

      I        K:if7 Nv     - Ple;_;isti follow the instrucfons ::m the qualification !JUide!ine. If a guideline was not ncluded or you du not underst;.rnd it, contact oiir 1Jffir::e at
                                                                                                                           0


      N        {              j517) 335-1159 to in:1uire as to what Ji
     N                                       Dvl'l,, Lf"i,.No                                                                         □     Yes


           7. Provide narnc. tillc, horno address, arid telcpl;onc riu1iibcrs for lhc PRINC!P/!.L OFFICER, e.g .. prm;idm1(, grarid k1riotil, worthy 111alror1, clc., and tlie vice
              pr!:!sidtmt or ettu1val1::!nt and u:1e other office~ of the organization. SIGNATURE OF PRINCIPAL OFFlCEH REOUtr~EO · or~ siynatures uf tne Vice
              prtif.idenl or equivc1lent and ua1e other officer. NOTF: Executive director signalure nut acceptflble.
                                                                                                                                                                           ------l
                                     Name and Til!e                                          Strei::t, City, State, 2IP Code                                     Telephune Numbers
          Prlridpnl Offlctff                                                                                                                        Day

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          By sIgnInq nbnve, l CE TlFY th,it I am ilt le,ist '8 yeaI s of ;:iqe tbe organ1;atinn apply111g 1s a NONPROFIT org;:inI7,;1tInn. I have P.X;:im1nerl this app!tcatlnn
          and lhers is no misrspresenlation or falsificati:Jn in the information staled or allached, and Um la~ts underlying our original qualification status remain
          unchang0d. I rURTH[R CERTlf=Y th<1t I am aware th1t! ,~~.uo:rl.

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                   □       Check: here i:" the•e are ad!.ROl'al drawing da:es and atlach list.

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             13.         Complete the bo)(eg below in ink; ensure the ticket is printed with all of the required items. See R;:iffle Rule 506.

                          lndicnte nny additional hformatiun t!lat will aopear on lhe actunl tickets.

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                     ~   For largl.! prizes, yuu may wflnt to includo u disclnimcr that statl.!S "If XXA'. {indicntc number) tickvts @w nut sold. the drnwin9 will rcvcl"f. ton
                         51Ji50 rnffe with the mini•nun prizt: 1)f SxxA'. (indicate dollar amount) ;:t,Vardt:d."


                                                        Make checks payabl" to: STATE OF MICHIGAN
                                          Submit cornpietecl ar)piication, suppoiiing docurnenis, and !icens:~~ fee to:
                                         Ch(:"ffik1b!e Oaming Division, c/o Accounting, !.3o:< 3D0;?.3, Lcrnr~;in!J, fv'l! 4Btl0H
                                                  OVERNIGHT DELIVERY: 1Dl E. Hiilsda!e, Lansinq, 1v1! 48'l33
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          INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE                              DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY
          P. 0. BOX 2508
          CINCINNATI, OH 45201
1                                               Employer Identification Number:
          Date:                                  20-0354056
                  APR O2 2004                   DLN:
                                                 17053055015034
          MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM INC      Contact Person:
          C/0 DANGELO FOSTER                     ROGER W VANCE                ID# 31173
          1132 BEAR LAKE RD                     Contact Telephone Number:
          NORTH MUSKEGON, MI 49445               (877) 829-5500
                                                Accounting Period Ending:
                                                     December 31
                                                Foundation Status Classification:
                                                     509 (a) (2)
                                                Advance Ruling Period Begins:
                                                     October 29, 2003
                                                Advance Ruling Period Ends:
                                                     December 31, 2008
                                                Addendum Applies:
                                                     No


         Dear Applicant:

              Based on information you supplied, and assuming your operations will be as
         stated in your application for recognition of exemption, we have determined you
         are exempt from federal income tax under section SOl(a} of the Internal Revenue
         Code as an organization described in section 501(c) (3).

:>            Because you are a newly created organization, we are not now making a
         final determination of your foundation status under section 509(a) of the Code.
         However, we have determined that you can reasonably expect to be a publicly
         supported organization described in section 509(a) (2).

              Accordingly, during an advance ruling period you will be treated as a
         publicly supported organization, and not as a private foundation.  This advance
         ruling period begins and ends on the dates shown above.

              Within 90 days after the end of your advance ruling period, you must
         send us the information needed to determine whether you have met the require-
         ments of the applicable support test during the advance ruling period.    If you
         establish that you have been a publicly supported organlzation, we will classi-
         fy you as a section 509(a) (1) or 509(a) (2) organization as long as you continue
         to meet the requirements of the applicable support test.    If you do not meet
         the public support requirements during the advance ruling period, we will
         classify you as a private foundation for future periods.    Also, if we classify
         you as a private foundation, we will treat you as a private foundation from
         your beginning date for purposes of section 507(d) and 4940.

              Granters and contributors may rely on our determination that you are not a
         private foundation until 90 days after the end of your advance ruling period.
         If you send us the required information within the 90 days, granters and
         contributors may continue to rely on the advance determination until we make


                                                                      Letter 1045 (DO/CG)
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     MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM INC


     a final determination of your foundation status.

         If we publish a notice in the Internal Revenue Bulletin stating that we
    will no longer treat you as a publicly supported organization, granters and
    contributors may not rely on this determination after the date we publish the
    notice. In addition, if you lose your status as a publicly supported organi-
    zation/ and a granter or contributor was responsible for, or was aware of, the
    act or failure to act, that resulted in your loss of such status, that person
    may not rely on this determination from the date of the act or failure to act.
    Also, if a granter or contributor learned that we had given notice that you
    would be removed from classification as a publicly supported organization, then
    that person may not rely on this determination as of the date he or she
    acquired such knowledge.

         If you change your sources of support, your purposes, character, or method
    of operation, please let us know so we can consider the effect of the change on
    your exempt status and foundation status. If you amend your organizational
    document or bylaws, please send us a copy of the amended document or bylaws.
    Also, let us know all changes in your name or address.

         As of January 1, 1984, you are liable for social security taxes under
    the Federal Insurance Contributions Act on amounts of $100 or more you pay to
    each of your employees during a calendar year. You are not liable for the tax
    imposed under the Federal Unemployment Tax Act (FUTA).

         Organizations that are not private foundations are not subject to the pri-
    vate foundation excise taxes under Chapter 42 of the Internal Revenue Code.
    However, you are not automatically exempt from other federal excise taxes.  If
    you have any questions about excise, employment, or other federal taxes, please
    let us know.

         Donors may deduct contributions to you as provided in section 170 of the
    Internal Revenue Code. Bequests, legacies, devises, transfers, or gifts to you
    or for your use are deductible for Federal estate and gift tax purposes if they
    meet the applicable provisions of sections 2055, 2106, and 2522 of the Code.

         Donors may deduct contributions to you only to the extent that their
    contributions are g_ifts, with no consideration received. Ticket purchases and
    similar payments in conjunction with fundraising events may not necessarily
    qualify as deductible contributions, depending on the circumstances. Revenue
    Ruling 67-246, published in Cumulative Bulletin 1967-2, on page 104, gives
    guidelines regarding when taxpayers may deduct payments for admission to, or
    other participation in, fundraising activities for charity.

         You are not required to file Form 990, Return of Organization Exempt From
    Income Tax, if your gross receipts each year are normally $25,000 or less.   If
    you receive a Form 990 package in the mail, simply attach the label provided,
    check the box in the heading to indicate that your annual gross receipts are
    normally $25,000 or less, and sign the return. Because you will be treated as
    a public charity for return filing purposes during your entire advance ruling
    period, you shouLd file Form 990 for each year in your advance ruling period


                                                                Letter 1045 (DO/CG)
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           MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM INC


          that you exceed the $25,000 filing threshold even if your sources of support
          do not satisfy the public support test specified in the heading of this letter.

               If a return is required, it must be filed by the 15th day of the fifth
          month after the end of your annual accounting period. A penalty of $20 a day
          is charged when a return is filed late, unless there is reasonable cause for
          the delay. However, the maximum penalty charged cannot exceed $10,000 or
          5 percent of your gross receipts for the year, whichever is less. For
          organizations with gross receipts exceeding $1,000,000 in any year, the penalty
          is $100 per day per return, unless there is reasonable cause for the delay.
          The maximum penalty for an organization with gross receipts exceeding
          $1,000,000 shall not exceed $50,000. This penalty may also be charged if a
          return is not complete. So, please be sure your return is complete before you
          file it.

               You are not required to file federal income tax returns unless you are
          subject to the tax on unrelated business income under section 511 of the Code.
          If you are subject to this tax, you must file an income tax return on Form
          990-T, Exempt Organization Business Income Tax Return. In this letter we are
          not determining whether any of your present or proposed activities are unre-
          lated trade or business as defined in section 513 of the Code.

               You are required to make your annual information return, Form 990 or
          Form 990-EZ, available for public inspection for three years after the later
          of the due date of the return or the date the return is filed. You are also

::,       required to make available for public inspection your exemption application,
          any supporting documents, and your exemption letter. Copies of these
          documents are also required to be provided to any individual upon written or in
          person request without charge other than reasonable fees for copying and
          postage. You may fulfill this requirement by placing these documents on the
          Internet. Penalties may be imposed for failure to comply with these
          requirements. Additional information is available in Publication 557,
          Tax-Exempt Status for Your Organization, or you may call our toll free
          number shown above.

               You need an employer identification number even if you have no employees.
          If an employer identification number was not entered on your application, we
          will assign a number to you and advise you of it. Please use that number on
          all returns you file and in all correspondence with the Internal Revenue
          Service.

               If we said in the heading of this letter that an addendum applies, the
          addendum enclosed is an integral part of this letter.

               Because this letter could help us resolve any questions ab0ut your exempt
          status and foundation status, you should keep it in your permanent records.

               We have sent a copy of this letter to your representative as indicated
          in your power of attorney.




                                                                      Letter 1045 (DO/CG)
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               MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM INC



                    If you have any questions, please contact the person whose name and
               telephone number are shown in the heading of this letter.

                                                        Sincerely yours,


                                                        ~~f~1
                                                        Lois G. Lerner
                                                        Director, Exempt Organizations
                                                           Rulings and Agreements

               Enclosure(s):
               Form 872-C




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                                                                           Letter 1045 (DO/CG)
          I
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        Clwritable Cantrwutions -                                                       The written substantiation should also nOte whether the donee organiza-
                                                                                        tion provided any goods or services in consideration, in whole or in part,
        Substantiation and Disclosure Requirements                                      for the contribution and, if so, must provide a description and good-faith
                                                                                        estimate of the value of the goods or services. In the new law these are
                                                                                        referred to as "quid pro quo con'tribucions."
 ' ) UNDER THE NEW LA W,-CHARITIES WILL NEED TO PRO-                                   Please note that there is a new law requiring charities to furnish
     VIDE NEW KINDS OF INFORMATION TO DONORS. Failure to                               disclosure statements to donors for such quid pro quo donations in
     do so may result in denial of deductions to donors and the imposition of          exc_ess of $75. This is addressed in the next section regarding Disclo-
     perlalties on charities.                                                          sure By_Charity.
       Legislation signed inLo law by the President on August 10, 1993, con-           If the goods or services consist entirely of intangible religious benefits,
        tains a number of significant provisions affecting tax-exempt charitable       the statement should indicate this, but the statement need not describe or
        organizations described in section 50l(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue           provide an estimate of the value of these benefits. "Intangible religious
        Code. These provisions include: (1) new substantiation requirements for        bene"fits" a.re also discussed in the following section on Disclosure By
       donors, and (2) new public disclosure requirements for charities (with          Charity. If, on the other hand, the donor received nothing in return for
       potential penalties for foiling to comply). Additionally, charities should      the contribution, the written substantiation must so state.
       note that donors could be penalized by loss of the deduction if they fail
       to substantiate. THE SUBSTANTIATION AND DISCLOSURE                             The present law r.emains in effecl that, gener·auy, if the value of an item
       PROVISIONS APPLY TO CONTRIBUTIONS MADE AFTER                                   or group oflike items exceeds $5,000, the donor must obtain a qualified
       DECEMBER 31, 1993.                                                             appraisal arid submit a11 appralsal summary with the return claiming the
                                                                                      deduction.                   ·
       Charities need to familiarize themselves with these tax law changes in
      order to bring themselves into compliance. This Publication alerts you          ToC: organizatio'n may either provide separate statements Jar each contri-·
       to the new provisions affecting tax-exempt chruitable organizations. Set       bution of $250 or more froffi a taX.payer, or furnish periodic statements
      forth below are brief descriptions of the new law's key provisions. The·        substantiating contributions of $250 or more.
      Internal Revenue Service plans to provide further guidance in the near
      future.                                                                         separate payments are r~garded as independent contributions o..."'\d are
                                                                                      not aggregated for purposes of measuring the $250 threshold. However,
                                                                                      the Service is authorized to establish anti-abuse rules to prevent avoid-
                                                                                      ance of the substantiation requirement by taxpayers writing separate
      Donor's Subst.anti.ation Requirements                                           smaller checks on the same date,

                                                                                      If donations are made through payroll deductions, the 9eduCtion from ·
                                                                                      each paycheck is regarded as a separate payment.          ·
  · Docum·enting Certain Charitable Contributions. -Beginning Janu-
    ary 1, 1994, no deduction will be a!Jowed under section 170 of the Inter-         A charity thilt knowingly provides false written substantiation to a donor
l   nal Revenue Code for any charitable contribution of $250 or more un-
~ less che donor has concemporaneous written substantiacion from (he
                                                                                      may be subject to the penalties for aiding and abetting an understate-
                                                                                      ment of taX liability under section 6701 of the Code.
   charity. In cases where lhe charity has provided goods or services to the
   donor in exc..hange for making the contribution: this contemporaneous
   written acknowledgement must include a good faith estimate of the
   value of such goods or services. Thus, taxpayers may no longer rely               Disc0su,re by Owri-ty ofReceipt of
   solely on a cru,ce!led check to substantiate a ·cash contribution of $250         Qy.id Pro 0,J.O umtribution
  or more.

    The.Substantiation must be "contemporaneoU:s." That is, it must be ob-
    tained by' the donor no later than the date the donor actually files a re-        Beginning Jan.uary 1, 1994, under new section.6 l I 5 of lhe Internal Rev-
    turn for the tax year in which the contribution was made. If the re tum is       enue Code, a charitable organization must provide a written disclosure
    filed after the due date or extended due date, then the substantiation           statement to donors who make a payment, descllbed as a "quid pro quo
    must ha:ve been obtained by the due date or extended due date.                   contribution," in excess of $75. This requirement is sepnrate from the
                                                                                     written substantiation required for deductibility purposes as discussed
    The responsibility for obtaining this substantiation lies with U1e do       4

                                                                                     above. While, in certain circumstances, an organization may be able to
    nor 1 who must request it from the charity. The charity is not required          meet both requirements with.the same written document, an organiza-
    to record or report this information to the .IRS on behalf of donors.            tion must be careful to satisfy the section 6115 Written disclosure state-
  The legislation provides that substantiation will not be required if, in           ment req,uirement in a timely manner because of the penalties involved.
  accordance with regulations prescribed by the Secretary, the charity              A quid pro quo contribution is a paymen{ made partly as a 9ontribution
  reports directly to the.IRS ·the information required to be provided in the       and partly for goods or services provided to the donor by the charity. An
  written substalltiation. At present, there are no regulations establishing        ex.ample of a quid pro quo contribution is where the donor gives a char-
  procedures for direct reporting by charities tq the IRS of, c.harit.,;tble con-   ity $100 in consideration for a concert ticket valued at $40. ln this ex-
  tributions made in 1994. Consequently, charities and donors should be             ample·, $60 would be deductible. Because the donor's'payment (quid_pro
  prepared to provide/obtain the described sub~tantiation for 1994 con~ri-          quo contribution) exceeds $75, the disclosure statement must be fur-
  butions of $250 or more.                                                          nished, even though the deductible amount does not exceed $75.
   There is no prescribed format for the written acknowledgement. For               Separate payments of $75 or less made at different times of the year for
   example, letters, postcards ~~ computer-generated forms may be accept-           separate fundraising events will not be aggregated for purposes of the
      le. The acknowledgement does not have to include the donor's social           $75 threshold. Jiowever, the Service is al11horized to develop anti-abuse
     curity or tax identification number. It must, however, provide suffi-          rules to prevent avoidance of this disclosure requiremerit in situations
  cient information to substantiate the amount of the deductible contribu-          ~uch as the writing of _multiple checks for the same transaction.
  tion. The acknowledgement s·_h~uld note the amount of any cash contri•
  bution. However,.if the donation is in the fonn of property, then the               The required written disclosure statement must:
' acknowledgement mllst describe, but need not value, such property.
  Valuation of the donated property is the. respon·sibilicy of the donor.             (I)   inform the donor that the amount of the contribu.tio11 that is de•
f ichigan Department of Consumer and Industry Services
                                           Filing Endorsement



       This is to Certify that the ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION· NONPROFIT
                                                       for
                              MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.

                                             ID NUMBER: 778636

      received by facsimile transmission on October 29, 2003 is hereby endorsed filed on
)      October 30, 2003 by the Administrator. The document is effective on the date filed,
      unless a subsequent effective date within 90 days after received date is stated in the
      document.




                                             In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set mr
                                             hand and affixed the Seal of the Departmen ,
                                             in the City of Lansing, this 30th day
                                             of October, 2003.




                                             Bureau of Commercial Services
    Sent bv Facsimile Transmission 03303
        SCS/C0-502 IRev,08/01)

                        MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER & INDUSTRY SERVICES
-                                  BUREAU OF COMMERCIAL SERVICES
                 Date Received                                        (FOR BUREAU USE ONLY)
 __J'
                                     This document Is effective on the date flied, unless a
                                     subsequent effective date within 90 days after
                                     received date Is stated In the document.

        Name
               Christopher L. Kelly
        Address
               P.O. Box 786, 175 West Apple Avenue
        City                                  State                          Zip Code
               Muskegon,                    MI                             49443-0786             EFFECTIVE DATE:
        
               If left blank document wlll be malled to the registered office.




                                                       ARTICLES OF INCORPORATION
                                                 For use by Domestic Nonprofit Corporations
                                             (Please read information and instructions on the last page)

                      Pursuant to the provisions of Act 162, Public Acts of 1982, the undersigned corporation executes the following
          Articles:

-:>       ARTICLE I

            The name of the corporation is:
                                                      Muskegon Magic Youth Program, Inc.

          ARTICLE II

                                                             To receive and administer
            The purpose or purposes for which the corporation is organized are:
                         funds in connection with the education of Muskegon County
                         youth within the Muskegon Magic Youth Program.



         ARTICLE Ill


           1.   The corporation Is organized upon a ____N_o_n_s_t_o_c_k
                                                                      __________basis.
                                                                                (Stock or Nonstock)

           2. If organizeq on a stock basis, the total number of shares which the corporation has authority to issue is

                _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ . If the shares are, or are to be, divided into
                classes, the designation of each class, the number of shares in each class, and the relative rights, preferences and
                limitations of the shares of each class are as follows:
     ARTICLE Ill (cont.)

      3. a. If organized on a nonstock basis, the description and value of its real property assets are: (if none, insert "none")
)                         None.
         b. The description and value of its personal property assets are: (if none, insert "none")

                          None.

         c. The corporation Is to be financed under the following general plan:

                          Donations.
         d. The corporation is organized on a                   ______D_i_·r_e_c_t_o_r_s_h_i..::p_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ basis.
                                                                                         (Membership or Directorship)


    ARTICLE IV

     1. The address of the registered office is:

        _;.1..:1..:3::.:2=-.::B,;:e:.:a:.:r:__L=ac:.k:.:e:;_R=o-=a:.od:__---"'N-'-Qu.r.Jt...JbLL..Ml!LLIJJc:Swk..,e"'g'-'-'ocUO'-------• Michigan ....,4....9c:4..,4-.5.._____
          (Street Address)                                                                            (City)                                                    (ZIP Code)

     2. The mailing address of the registered office, if different than above:
        _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ , Michigan _ _ _ _ _ _ __
          {Street Address or P.O. Box)                                                                (City)                                                    (ZIP Code)



     3. The name of the resident agent at the registered office is:




    ARTICLE V

     The name(s) and address(es) of the incorporator(s) is (are) as follows:

       Name                                                                               Residence or Business Address


         Christo2her L, Kelly                                          JZ5 Ill• lli;ii:iJ e -8~e • :e Q                            Bo;H; :ZB6
                                                                       Muskegon, MI 49443
    Use space below for additional Articles or for continuation of previous Articles. Please identify any Article being continued
    or added. Attach additional pages if needed.
)
           See attached.




                                ign my (our) name(s) this     29th       day of   --'O"""'c-"t""o"'b"'e"'r_ _ _ _ __    2003.
    Articles of Incorporation - Nonprofit
    Muskegon Magic Youth Program, Inc.
    Additional Articles
)                                                      ARTICLE VI

            No part of the net earnings of the corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or be distributable to, its
    members, directors, officers, or other private persons. However, the corporation shall be authorized to pay
    reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and distributions in furtherance of the
    purposes set forth in article IL No substantial part of the activities of the corporation shall be the carrying on of
    propaganda or otherwise attempting to influence legislation. The corporation shall not participate in, or
    intervene in (including the publishing and distribution of statements), any political campaign on behalf of or in
    opposition to any candidate for public office. Notwithstanding any other provision of these articles, the
    corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on (I) by a corporation exempt
    from federal income tax under !RC 50l(c)(3) or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code or (2)
    by a corporation whose contributions are deductible under section IRC 170(c)(2) or the corresponding section of
    any future federal tax code.


                                                      ARTICLE VII

           On dissolution of the corporation, after paying or providing for the payment of all of the liabilities of the
  corporation, the corporation's assets shall be distributed (I) for one or more exempt purposes within the meaning
  ofIRC 50l(c)(3), or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code or (2) to the federal government, or
. to a state or local government, for a public purpose. Any assets not disposed of shall be disposed of by the
>ircuit court of the county in which the principal office of the corporation is then located, exclusively for such
  purposes or to such organization or organizations that the court shall determine and that are organized and
  operated exclusively for such purposes.


                                                      ARTICLE VIII

            When a compromise, an arrangement, or a plan of reorganization is proposed between this corporation
    and its creditors or directors, a court of equity jurisdiction within this state may order a meeting of the affected
    creditors or members. The corporation, a creditor or director of the corporation, or a receiver appointed for the
    corporation may apply to the court for a meeting. The meeting shall be summoned in such manner as the court
    directs. If a majority in number representing 3/4 in value of the affected creditors or 3/4 of the affected directors
    agree to a compromise or arrangement, the compromise, arrangement, or reorganization of this corporation
    resulting from the compromise or arrangement, if approved by the court, shall be binding on all the creditors and
    directors, and also on this corporation.


                                                       ARTICLE IX

            No member of the board of directors of the corporation who is a volunteer director, as that term is
     defined in the Michigan Nonprofit Corporation Act (the "Act"), shall be personally liable to this corporation or
 ' s directors for monetary damages for a breach of the director's fiduciary duty; provided, however, that this
'.·· rovision shall not eliminate or limit the liability of a director for any of the following:
            I.      a breach of the director's duty of loyalty to the corporation or its directors;
}           2.      acts or omissions not in good faith or that involve intentional misconduct
                    or a knowing violation of law;
            3.      a violation of section 551(1) of the Act;
            4.      a transaction from which the director derived an improper personal
                    benefit;
            5.      an act or omission occurring before the filing of these articles of
                    incorporation; or
            6.      an act or omission that is grossly negligent.

             The corporation assumes all liability to any person, other than the corporation or
    its directors, for all acts or omissions of a director who is a volunteer director, as defined
    in the Act, incurred in the good faith performance of the director's duties. However, the
    corporation shall not be considered to have assumed any liability to the extent that such
    assumption is inconsistent with the status of the corporation as an organization described
    in IRC 50l(c)(3) or the corresponding section of any future federal tax code.

             If the Act is amended after the filing of these articles of incorporation to authorize
    the further elimination or limitation of the liability of directors of nonprofit corporations,
    then the liability of members of the board of directors, in addition to that described in
    article X, shall be assumed by the corporation or eliminated or limited to the fullest extent
    permitted by the Act as so amended. Such an elimination, limitation, or assumption of
    liability is not effective to the extent that it is inconsistent with the status of the
    corporation as an organization described in IRC 50l(c)(3) or corresponding section of
    any future federal tax code. No amendment or repeal of article X shall apply to or have
    any effect on the liability or alleged liability of any member of the board of directors of
    this corporation for or with respect to any acts or omissions occurring before the effective
    date of any such amendment or repeal.

                                            ARTICLEX

           The corporation assumes the liability for all acts or omissions of a nondirector
    volunteer if all of the following conditions are met:

            I.     The volunteer was acting or reasonably believed he or she was acting
                   within the scope of his or her authority.
           2.      The volunteer was acting in good faith.
           3.      The volunteer's conduct did not amount to gross negligence or willful and
                   wanton misconduct.
           4.      The volunteer's conduct was not an intentional tort.
           5.      The volunteer's conduct was not a tort arising out of the ownership,
                   maintenance, or use of a motor vehicle for which tort liability may be
                   imposed as provided in section 3135 of the Insurance Code of 1956, Act
                   No. 218 of the Public Acts of 1956, being section 500.3135 of the
                   Michigan Compiled Laws.
)                  MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.
                                   AUTHENTICATION OF RECORDS


           The undersigned, being an officer of Muskegon Magic Youth Program, Inc., a corporation

    organized by virtue of Articles oflncorporation filed in the office of the Michigan Department of

    Consumer and Industry Services on October 30, 2003, identifies these records as the official records of

    the corporation on October 30, 2003.
                    MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.
)
                                        ACTION BY INCORPORATOR



            The undersigned, being the incorporator of Muskegon Magic Youth Program, Inc., a Michigan

    corporation, with Articles of Incorporation filed on October 30, 2003, appoints D'Angelo Foster as the

    initial sole director of the corporation, effective Oct
/

    ·1               MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.
                                            ACTION OF
                                    INCORPORATOR AND DIRECTORS

                 The undersigned, being the directors of Muskegon Magic Youth Program, Inc., a
          Michigan corporation, do hereby adopt the following resolutions pursuant to the Michigan
          Business Corporation Act.

         Approval oflncorporation.

         RESOLVED, that the actions of the incorporator of the Corporation in preparing and filing the
         Articles oflncorporation ofMuskegou Magic Youth Program, Inc., are hereby ratified,
         approved, and confirmed.

         RESOLVED, that all contracts, purchase orders, quotations, correspondence, banking, insurance,
         and other business shall be conducted by the Corporation in a manner and with forms and
         documents clearly indicating that the business is being conducted by a corporation.

         Appointment of Directors.

         RESOLVED, that D'Angelo Foster is elected as sole director of the Corporation until his
         successor is duly appointed.

    >    Appointment of Officers.

         RESOLVED, that D'Angelo Foster is appointed President, and Cassandra Foster is appointed
         Secretary/Treasurer of the Corporation to serve until their successors are duly appointed.

         Banking Resolutions.

         RESOLVED, that the funds of the Corporation shall be deposited in a financial institution
         selected by the President of the Corporation. The authorized signers of checks shall be those
         persons whose names and signatures have been certified to the bank from time to time by the
         President or Treasurer of this Corporation. The President and Treasurer of the Corporation are
         authorized to make such deposits and borrow such funds as are approved by the Board of
         Directors from time to time.

         RESOLVED, that the President and Treasurer are authorized to sign any bank depository or
         borrowing resolution required by said bank which is generally consistent with the foregoing and
         any such bank resolution is hereby adopted and approved on behalf of the Corporation.

         Corporate Book.

         RESOLVED, that the Corporation shall maintain, as part of its corporate record, a minute book
         including, but not limited to, a record of the Corporation's Articles oflncorporation, and any




-
         amendments thereto, its bylaws and amendments to the bylaws, minutes of all meetings of its
~        Directors, and minutes of all meetings of its Shareholders. The Secretary of the Corporation is
         directed to procure the minute book and such other books and records as may be required by the
         Corporation.
                                   ACTION OF
                           INCORPORATOR AND DIRECTORS
                                               Page2

 General Business Expense.

RESOLVED, that the Corporation shall reimburse any employee who shall incur proper business
expense in the ordinary course of business on behalf of the Corporation, said reimbursement to be
after receipt of proper documentation or the Corporation shall be authorized to pay said expenses
directly after receipt of proper statements addressed to the Corporation or corporate officer. All
such expense reimbursement shall in no way be considered salary or compensation.

Approval of Bylaws.

RESOLVED, that the Bylaws of the corporation, a copy of which is attached, are approved.

Further Authorization.

RESOLVED, that the President of the Corporation is further authorized to take such other action
and expend such other funds as are necessary to complete the organization of the Corporation and
accomplish its purposes.

Disallowed Expenses,

RESOLVED, that any payments made to an officer of the Corporation including, but not limited
to, salary, bonus, interest, rent expense, or reimbursement, which is disallowed in whole, or in
part, as a deductible expense by the Internal Revenue Service shall be reimbursed by such officer
to the Corporation to the full extent of the disallowance. It shall be the duty of the Board of
Directors to enforce payment of any amounts disallowed.

Insurance.

RESOLVED, that the Corporation is authorized to acquire all necessary business insurance,
including liability, casualty, workers compensation, and such other insurances as deemed
necessary in the discretion of the President. The President is authorized and ordered to obtain
such insurance and sign any and all documents necessary to effectuate this resolution.

Licenses.

RESOLVED, that the President of the Corporation is authorized and directed to apply for all
licenses necessary to the operation of the business and all permits and other governmental
authorizations, and the President is authorized to sign any and all applications and bonds and take
all necessary action and procedures to obtain the appropriate licenses.

Resident Agent.

RESOLVED, that D'Angelo Foster be and is hereby appointed the resident agent for this
Company in charge of the registered office.
                                               ACTION OF
                                       INCORPORATOR AND DIRECTORS
                                                          Page3

          Tax-Exempt Status.

          RESOLVED, that the Corporation seek tax-exempt status under 50 l(c)(3) of the Internal
          Revenue Code of 1986. FURTHER RESOLVED that the President of the Corporation is
          authorized to execute any and all documents necessary to effectuate such status.

          Corporate Counsel.

          RESOLVED, that until removed by the Board of Directors Christopher L. Kelly shall serve as
          attorney for the Corporation.


          Dated: October 3 0, 2003

                                                                 SOLE DIRECTOR




•
:11111.
                                        BYLAWS
)                                          OF
                            MUSKEGON MAGIC YOUTH PROGRAM, INC.
                                     a Michigan Non-Profit Organization


                                                  ARTICLE I
                                                  OFFICES

                I .01 Principal Office. The principal office of the corporation shall be at such
         place within the state of Michigan as the board of directors may determine from time to
         time.

                 I .02 Other Offices. The board of directors may establish other offices in or
         outside the state of Michigan.


                                                 ARTICLE II
                                                 MEMBERS

                There shall be no members.


').··
..                                              ARTICLE III
                                                  BOARD

                3.01 General Powers. The business, property, and affairs of the corporation
        shall be managed by the board of directors.

                3.02 Number. There shall be not less than two nor more than fifteen directors
        on the board as shall be fixed from time to time by the board of directors.

                3.03   Term. The directors shall be elected for three year terms.

                 3.04 Resignation. Any director may resign at any time by providing written
        notice to the Corporation. The resignation will be effective on receipt of the notice or at a
        later time designated in the notice. A successor shall be appointed as provided in section
        4.06 of the bylaws.

                3.05 Removal. Any director may be removed with cause by the remaining
        directors on the board.

                3.06 Board Vacancies. A vacancy on the board may be filled with a person
        selected by the remaining directors of the board.




                                                    -I-
            3.07 Annual Meeting. An annual meeting shall be held each year on the third
)    Thursday in February. If the annual meeting is not held at that time, the board shall cause
     the meeting to be held as soon thereafter as is convenient.

             3.08 Regular Meetings, Regular meetings of the board may be held at the time
     and place as determined by resolution of the board without notice other than the
     resolution.

           3.09 Special Meetings. Special meetings of the board may be called by the
    president or any two directors at a time and place as determined by those persons
    authorized to call special meetings. Notice of the time and place of special meetings shall
    be given to each director in any manner at least three days before the meeting.

           3.10 Statement of Purpose. Neither the business to be transacted at, nor the
    purpose of, any regular or special meeting of the board need be specified in the notice for
    that meeting.

            3.11 Waiver ofNotice. The attendance ofa director at a board meeting shall
    constitute a waiver of notice of the meeting, except where a director attends a meeting for
    the express purpose of objecting to the transaction of any business because the meeting is
    not lawfully called or convened. In addition, the director may submit a signed waiver of
    notice that shall constitute a waiver of notice of the meeting.

           3 .12 Meeting by Telephone or Similar Equipment. A director may participate
    in a meeting by conference telephone or any similar communications equipment through
    which all persons participating in the meeting can hear each other. Participation in a
    meeting pursuant to this section constitutes presence in person at the meeting.

             3.13 Quorum. A majority of the directors then in office constitutes a quorum
    for the transaction of any business at any meeting of the board. Actions voted on by a
    majority of directors present at a meeting where a quorum is present shall constitute
    authorized actions of the board.

            3.14 Consent to Corporate Actions. Any action required or permitted to be
    taken pursuant to authorization of the board may be taken without a meeting if, before or
    after the action, all directors consent to the action in writing. Written consents shall be
    filed with the minutes of the Board's proceeding.


                                          ARTICLE IV
                                         COMMITTEES

             4.01 General Powers. The board, by resolution adopted by a vote of a majority
    of its directors, may designate one or more committees, each committee consisting of one
    or more directors. The board may also designate one or more directors as alternate
    committee members who may replace an absent or disqualified member at a committee



                                                -2-
 meeting. If a committee member is absent or disqualified from voting, then members
 present at a meeting who are not disqualified from voting may, whether or not they
 constitute a quorum, unanimously appoint an alternate committee member to act at the
 committee meeting in place of the absent or disqualified member. All committees
 designated by the board shall serve at the pleasure of the board.

         A committee designated by the board may exercise any powers of the board in
 managing the corporation's business and affairs, to the extent provided by resolution of
 the board. However, no conunittee shall have the power to do the following:

         (a)    amend the articles of incorporation;
         (b)    adopt an agreement of merger or consolidation;
         (c)    amend the bylaws of the corporation;
         (d)    fill vacancies on the board; or
         (e)    fix compensation of the directors for serving on the board or on a
                conunittee.

        4.02 Meetings. Committees shall meet as directed by the board, and their
 meetings shall be governed by the rules provided in article III for meetings of the board.
 Minutes shall be recorded at each committee meeting and shall be presented to the board.

         4.03 Consent to Committee Actions. Any action required or permitted to be
taken pursuant to authorization of a committee may be taken without a meeting if, before
or after the action, all members of the committee consent to the action in writing. Written
consents shall be filed with the minutes of the committee's proceedings.

       4.04 Nominating Committee. The Nominating Committee, appointed by the
President, shall present to the following to the board at the January board meeting: (a) a
proposed list of new directors, and (2) a proposed slate of new officers.


                                        ARTICLEV
                                        OFFICERS

        5.01 Number. The officers of the corporation shall be appointed by the board.
The officers shall be a president, a secretary, and a treasurer. There may also be a
chairperson, vice president, and such other officers as the board deems appropriate. The
president may be a voting member of the board. Two or more offices may be held by the
same person, but such person shall not execute, acknowledge, or verify an instrument in
more than one capacity if the instrument is required by law or by the president or by the
board to be executed, acknowledged, or verified by two or more officers.

         5.02 Term of Office. Each officer shall hold office for the term appointed and
until a successor is appointed and qualified. An officer may resign at any time by
providing written notice to the corporation. Notice of resignation is effective on receipt or
at a later time designated in the notice.



                                            -3-
)            5.03 Removal. An officer appointed by the board may be removed with or
     without cause by vote ofa majority of the board. The removal shall be without prejudice
     to the person's contract rights, if any. Appointment to an office does not of itself create
     contract rights.

              5.04   Vacancies. A vacancy in any office for any reason may be filled by the
     board.

             5.05 President. The president shall be the chief executive officer of the
    corporation and shall have authority over the general control and management of the
    business and affairs of the corporation. The president shall have power to appoint or
    discharge employees, agents, or independent contractors, to determine their duties, and to
    fix their compensation. The president shall sign all corporate documents and agreements
    on behalf of the corporation, unless the president or the board instructs that the signing be
    done with or by some other officer, agent, or employee. The president shall see that all
    actions taken by the board are executed and shall perform all other duties incident to the
    office. This is subject, however, to the president's right and the right of the board to
    delegate any specific power to any other officer of the corporation.

             5.06 Vice President. The vice president, if any, shall have the power to perform
    duties that may be assigned by the president or the board. If the president is absent or
    unable to perform his or her duties, the vice president shall perform the president's duties
    until the board directs otherwise. The vice president shall perform all duties incident to
    the office.

            5.07 Chairperson. The chairperson, if elected, shall preside at all board
    meetings. The chairperson shall have the power to perform duties as may be assigned by
    the board. If the president is absent or unable to perform his or her duties, the chairperson
    shall perform the president's duties until the board directs otherwise. The chairperson
    shall perform all duties incident to the office.

            5.08 Secretary. The secretary shall (a) keep minutes of board meetings; (b) be
    responsible for providing notice to each director as required by law, the articles of
    incorporation, or these bylaws; (c) be the custodian of corporate records; (d) keep a
    register of the names and addresses of each officer and director; and (e) perform all duties
    incident to the office and other duties assigned by the president or the board.

            5.09 Treasurer. The treasurer shall (a) have charge and custody over corporate
    funds and securities; (b) keep accurate books and records of corporate receipts and
    disbursements; (c) deposit all moneys and securities received by the corporation at such
    depositories in the corporation's name that may be designated by the board; (d) complete
    all required corporate filings; and (e) perform all duties incident to the office and other
    duties assigned by the president or the board.




                                                - 4"
                                        ARTICLE VI
                       CORPORATE DOCUMENT PROCEDURE

        All corporate documents (including stocks, bonds, agreements, insurance and
 annuity contracts, qualified and nonqualified deferred compensation plans, checks, notes,
 disbursements, loans, and other debt obligations) shall not be signed by any officer,
 designated agent, or attorney-in-fact unless authorized by the board or by these bylaws.


                                       ARTICLE VII
                         LIABILITY AND INDEMNIFICATION
                           OF OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS

        A volunteer director and/or officer shall not be personally liable to the corporation
 for monetary damages for a breach of a director's and/or officer's duty, except:

        a.      for any intentional misconduct which is equivalent to a crime;
        b.      for any acts of dishonesty;
        C.      for any acts of personal profit resulting from official action;
        d.      for any violation of duties imposed by the Michigan Nonprofit
                Corporation Act, as amended.


                                       ARTICLE VIII
                                    COMPENSATION

        When authorized by the board, a person shall be reasonably compensated for
services rendered to the corporation as an officer, director, employee, agent, or
independent contractor, except as prohibited by these bylaws.


                                       ARTICLE IX
                                      FISCAL YEAR

        The fiscal year of the corporation shall end on December 31st of each year.


                                        ARTICLEX
       PROHIBITION AGAINST SHARING IN CORPORATE EARNINGS

        No director, officer, or employee of or member of a committee or person
connected with the corporation, or any other private individual shall receive at any time
any of the net earnings or pecuniary profit from the operations of the corporation,
provided, that this shall not prevent the payment to any such person of such reasonable
compensation for services rendered to or from the corporation in effecting any of its
purposes as shall be fixed by the board of directors; and no such person or persons shall



                                            -5-
       be entitled to share in the distribution of any of the corporate assets upon the dissolution
       of the corporation. All members of the corporation shall be deemed to have expressly
       consented and agreed that upon such dissolution or winding up of the affairs of the
       corporation, whether voluntary or involuntary, the assets of the corporation, after all
       debts have been satisfied, then remaining in the hands of the board of directors shall be
       distributed, transferred, conveyed, delivered, and paid over, in such amounts as the board
       of directors may determine or as may be determined by a court of competent jurisdiction
       upon application of the board of directors, exclusively to charitable, religious, scientific,
       literary, or educational organizations which would then qualify under the provisions of
       Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and its Regulations as they now exist or
       as they may hereafter be amended.


                                            ARTICLE XI
                                         EXEMPT ACTIVITIES

               Notwithstanding any other provision of these bylaws, no director, officer,
       employee, or representative of this corporation shall take any action or carry on any
       activity by or on behalf of the corporation not permitted to be taken or carried on by an
       organization exempt under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code and its
       Regulations as they now exist or as they may hereafter be amended, or by an organization
       contributions to which are deductible under Section 170(c)(2) of such Code and
,
r'~    Regulations as they now exist or as they may hereafter be amended.


                                             ARTICLE XII
                                            AMENDMENTS

              The board of directors at any regular or special meeting may amend or repeal
      these bylaws, or adopt new bylaws by vote of a majority of the directors, if notice setting
      forth the terms of the proposal has been given in accordance with any notice requirement
      for such meeting of the board.

                                             ARTICLE XIII
                                             CONFLICTS

      Any, trustee, director, officer, or key employee who has an interest in a contract or other
      transaction presented to the Board or a committee thereof for authorization, approval, or
      ratification shall make a prompt and full disclosure of his or her interest to the Board of
      committee prior to its acting on such transaction. Such disclosure shall include any
      relevant and material fact known to such person about the contract of transaction, which
      might reasonably be construed to be adverse to the organization's interest.

      The body to which such disclosure is made shall thereupon determine, by a vote of
      seventy-five percent (75%) of the votes entitled to vote, whether the disclosure shows a
      conflict of interest exists or can reasonably be construed to exist. If a conflict is deemed



                                                   -6-
     to exist, such person shall not vote on, nor use his personal influence on, nor participate
)    (other than to present factual information or to respond to questions) in, the discussions
     or deliberations with respect to such contract or transaction. Such person may be counted
     in determining whether a quorum is present but may not be counted when the Board of
     Directors or a committee of the Board takes action on the transaction. The minutes of the
     meeting shall reflect the disclosure made the vote thereon, the abstention from voting and
     participation, and whether a quorum was present.

     Individuals on the governing body that are employed by or providing services to the
     organization will:

                  a. Remove her/him self from the voting process when determining
            compensation, benefits, etc. in his or her capacity as an employee.

                    b. Ensure that all compensation/salaries paid to any employee of the
            organization will be reasonable for the services rendered and comparable with
            other exempt organizations.

                   c. Be compensated in the capacity as a board member for justifiable
            expense related to meeting (mileage, etc.) only.

                                     ARTICLE XIV
                              PARLIAMENTARY PROCEDURE

            Robert's Rules of Order Newly Revised shall be the parliamentary authority in all
    matters of procedure not specifically covered by the bylaws or by the specific rules of
    procedures adopted by the corporation.




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                        AGENDA ITEM NO.- - - - - -

              CITY COMMISSION MEETING - - - - - - - ~



TO:           Honorable Mayor and City Commission


FROM:         Department of Public Works


DATE:         December 13, 2004


SUBJECT:      Extending Contract-Snowplowing Services at Muskegon Mall and
              Surrounding Areas, 2004/2005 Winter Season


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
Extend contract with TRI-US Services, Inc., Kent City, MI to provide snowplowing, de-
icing, and snow removal at Muskegon Mall and surrounding areas through the 2004/2005
winter season.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
Need for service is weather-dependent. Cost of service for 2002/2003 winter season was
$13,784 and YTD 2003/2004 is estimated at $7500.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None; expenses will again be charged to the General Fund, account 101-70585.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Approval


COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
Date: December 13, 2004

To:     Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From: Robert Kuhn, Director of Public Works

Re:     Extending Contract-Snowplowing Services at Muskegon Mall and Surrounding
        Areas, 2004/2005

TRI-US Services, Inc. of Kent City was awarded the bid to provide the labor, materials,
equipment, tools, and traffic control devices, as required, to snowplow, de-ice, and
remove snow from lots, sidewalks and fire lanes at the Muskegon Mall and surrounding
areas during the 2002/2003 winter season. Services rendered totaled $13,784, which was
charged to the general fund ($10,035 labor and equipment, $3,749 salt). The 2003/2004
YTD cost for services is estimated at $7100.00 for labor and equipment, $400.00 for salt.

A one year renewal option, subject to satisfactory performance and negotiated unit price,
was included in the contract and awarded to TRI-US Services for the 2003/2004 season.
As performance is deemed satisfactory and unit prices are not being renegotiated, we are
requesting authorization to once again extend this contract with TRI-US Services, Inc.
through the 2004/2005 winter season.

The parameters of the contract follow:

"Muskegon Mall" encompasses designated areas within the block of Third and Terrace
Streets, Clay and Morris Avenues; "surrounding areas" encompass city facilities outside
that block, as deemed necessary. The definition of a "normal service" assignment is the
plowing and de-icing of all lots, sidewalks and fire lanes, as specified, at the Muskegon
Mall. A "special service" assignment consists of the removal of snow or the
snowplowing and/or de-icing equal to less than one "normal service" within the
Muskegon Mall and any service outside the Muskegon Mall and/or designated intervals.
Service shall commence at a requested start time or within two hours of notification to
commence, as issued by the Director of Public Works or designee.

Normal Service
Plowing lots, sidewalks, fire lanes          $255.00/hour           $610.00/hour
De-icing lots, sidewalks, fire lanes         $75.00/hour            $70.00/hour
Bulk salt or Calcium Chloride                $115.00/hour           $80.00/ton
Bag salt or "Ice Melt"                       $6.50/80# bag          $40.00/50# bag
Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
Page2
December 13, 2004

Four hours is the estimated time to complete one Normal Service (snowplowing and de-
icing) for a 3" snowfall.

Special Service
Plowing lots, sidewalks, fire lanes       $75.00/hour           $875.00/hour
De-icing lots, sidewalks, fire lanes      $75.00/hour           $70.00/hour
Bulk salt or Calcium Chloride             $115.00/ton           $80.00/ton
Bag salt or "Ice Melt"                    $6.50/bag             $40.00/50 # bag
Snow removal of lots and fire lanes       $100.00/hour          $250.00/hour


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                             AGENDA ITEM NO._ _ _ __

                  CITY COMMISSION MEETING _ _ _ _ _ __



TO:            Honorable Mayor and City Commission


FROM:         Department of Public Works


DATE:          December 13, 2004


SUBJECT:       Contract Agreement-Funeral Service Portion of Burials


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
Enter into contractual agreement with Wilbert Burial Vault Co., Muskegon, MI, to provide the
funeral service portion(s) of burials at all four city-owned cemeteries for 2005. Agreement is
subject to satisfactory negotiation with Local 517M Union.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
No financial impact to the City of Muskegon.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Approve request to contract out service.


COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
The Cemetery Board has approved our request to enter into contractual agreement with Wilbert
Burial Vault Co.
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Memorandum
To:      Honorable Mayor and City Commission
From:    Bob Kuhn
Date:    12/7/2004
Re:     City Cemeteries



The Cemetery Department is requesting permission to enter into agreement with
Wilbert Burial Vault Company to provide the funeral service portion(s) of burials at
all four city-owned cemeteries for 2005.

Due to increasing budgetary concerns it is deemed necessary to cut costs and
improve efficiency associated with cemetery services, where possible. The funeral
service portion(s) of the burial process is currently being done by City of Muskegon
Cemetery Workers with Wilber Burial Vault Company providing the setting of the
burial container (vault) at a cost of$100 per occurrence. Wilber Burial Vault
Company is proposing to do the entire funeral service portion(s) based on the
following costs:

Minimum Service (Placer, Lowering Device, Set & Seal)                           $170

Partial Service (Trim, Grass, Chairs, Placer, Lowering Device, Set & Seal)      $225

Full Service (Tent, Trim, Grass, Chairs, Placer, Lowering Device, Set & Seal)   $245


Having Wilber Burial Vault Company provide these services reduces the city's
liability with respect to the burial process. Staff reductions have also reduced the
current workforce in the Cemetery Department to one employee, which makes it
necessary to pull an employee from another area to assist with the service. This
added employee combined with the time it takes to perform the service, is time that
can be better spent elsewhere (2-3 hours is required to perform a burial).

Contracting out the funeral service portion will reduce the city's portion of the burial
to digging and closing the grave.




                                                                                           1
                                                                       December 7, 2004

It should be noted at the last Cemetery Committee Meeting the board unanimously
agreed to endorse this recommendation. Additionally, the Cemetery Department will
retain all associated equipment to complete these tasks should it become necessary
to return to providing the tasks currently performed.

Therefore, at this time, staff is recommending to the Commission to approve the
request to enter into agreement with Wilbert Burial Vault Company.




                                                                                     2
January 11, 2005

City of Muskegon;


   We, Wilbert Burial Vault Co. will be performing all the graveside service work at the
four city cemeteries, which includes: Evergreen Lakeside, Oakwood and Restlawn. The
charges for our service work will be billed directly to the Funeral Homes these charges
are as followed:


Full: Tent, grass, chairs, trim placer,
Lowering device, and set & seal                        $265.00

Partial: Grass, chairs, trim, placer,
Lowering device, and set & seal                        $245.00

Minimum: Placer, lowering device,
And set & seal                                         $190.00

   In order to keep everything working smoothly, we will need all graves opened four
hours before the time of the funeral.

   While in the cemetery, we will follow all cemetery rules. The service work performed
by Wilbert Burial Vault at the above cemeteries will be on a one year basis ending on 12-
31-5. If either wishes to end this agreement early a thirty-day notice must be given in
writing. We have also included a copy of our liability and workmen's comp. Insurance.

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                            CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                              Tuesday December 14, 2004




TO:            Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:          Anthony L. Kleibecker
               Director of Public Safety

DATE:          December 6, 2004

SUBJECT:       Sale of Sniper Rifle


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

During the course of the past year we have been conducting an assessment of the
weapons that are currently maintained by the police department. Our goal is to more fully
utilize those weapons that are available to us and to liquidate those that are not. For
several years the police department has had in its possession a Steyr Mannlicher SSG69
sniper rifle. The rifle has been maintained in good condition. As we have no plans to
maintain and train a sniper team, we feel that our best course of action in regards to this
particular weapon is to sell it. Money received during such a sale would then be utilized
towards the purchase of weapons that we do need.

We have had a request from the Muskegon County Sheriffs Office to purchase this
weapon. The weapon has been appraised by three local gun dealers. A copy of the
appraisals is attached. Our firearms staff recommends that based upon the appraisals and
the condition of the weapon that it should be offered to the sheriff's office for the sum of
$1200.00.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

$1200.00 in revenue to the city's budget.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

Approval of this request.
     980 Jefferson St.
     P.O. Box536                                             Muskegon Police
     Muskegon, Ml 49443-0536
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Memo
 To: Chief Tony Kliebecker

 From: Sgt Ramon Barthelemy

 Date: 10-20-04

 Re: Sniper Rifle



 Sir:



 Officer Geiger obtained three appraisals on the Steyr sniper rifle. Their attached to this
 memo.

 Capt. Workman has been notified about these appraisals.



 Sgt Ramon Barthelemy




                                                                         RECE\VED
                                                                              OC1 2 0 2004
                                                                         MUSKEGON POLICE DEPT.
                                                                            CHIEF ol POLICE




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Appraisials for sale of Steyr Mannlicher SSG69 Sniper Rifle


# I Burts Shooter supplies
    2912 Fairfield St 733-0092
    Estimates value between $1000.00 and $1200.00

#2 Gary's Guns and Sporting Goods
    4021 E Apple ave 788-5159
    Estimates value at aprox $1200.00

#3 LJGuns
   304 S Maple Island rd 788-4754
   Estimates value between $1200.00 and $1500.00
Date: December 14, 2004
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From: Finance Director
RE:       Pension Ordinance Change Due to Contract Settlement



SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The recent arbitration/contract settlement of the
patrol officers' labor contract calls for 1) reductio9 in normal retirement age from 53 to
51, 2) increase in multiplier from 2.6% to 2.E% effective 1/1/07, 3) change in the
interest rate used to compute lump-sum annuity withdrawals. This amendment
brings the pension ordinance into alignment with the new contract.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: Higher pension costs for the City. These costs will be
offset by savings in other areas of the contract.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None. The change will be reflected in future
actuarial valuations, which set the City's annual pension contribution level.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None.




9/18/97
                                     CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                      Ordinance No. 2142

       An ordinance amending the Police and Fire Retirement System Ordinance of the
       City of Muskegon.

THE CITY OF MUSKEGON HEREBY ORDAINS:

Chapter 62 of the Code of Ordinances is amended to read as follows:

1.      Section 62-311 is amended to read as follows:

       Sec. 62-311. Voluntary retirement.

                       Any member who has attained voluntary retirement age and has 25 or
       more years of credited service in force may retire upon written application filed with the
       board, setting forth the first day of the calendar month not more than 90 days subsequent
       to the execution and filing thereof the desire to be retired. The voluntary retirement age
       is 55, except for police patrolmen. The voluntary age is 53 for police patrolmen. The
       voluntary retirement age is 53, with 25 years of service for firefighters. Effective
       December 31, 2006, the voluntary retirement age is 53 for police command officers.
       Effective December 31, 2006, the voluntary retirement age is 51 for police patrolmen.

2.     Section 62-313 is amended to read as follows:

       Sec. 62-313. Deferred retirement (vesting).

                        (a) A member who terminates city employment as a police officer or
firefighter, for a reason other than his retirement or death, and who has and maintains in force the
applicable credited service requirement stated in the next sentence, shall be entitled to a deferred
pension computed according to Section 62-3 l 3(b). The credited service requirement for a police
officer member who terminates such service on or after January I, 1978, is ten years. The
credited service requirement for a police officer member who terminates such service on or after
April 1, 1976, but prior to January I, 1978, is 15 years. The credited service requirement for a
police officer member who terminates such service prior to April 1, 1976, is 25 years. The
credited service requirement for a firefighter member who terminates such service on or after
January 1, 1976, is ten years. The credited service requirement for a firefighter member who
terminates such service prior to January 1, 1976, is 25 years. Such member's retirement and
payment of his pension shall begin the first day of the calendar month next following the month
in which he files his written application therefor with the board, but in no case shall payment
begin prior to the first day of the calendar month next following the month in which he attains
age 55 years. Such member's entitlement to a deferred pension shall be forfeited if he withdraws
his accumulated contributions from the reserve for employee contributions. Except as
specifically otherwise provided in this article, such member shall in no case receive credited
service for the period of this absence from city employment as a police officer or firefighter.
                         (b) A member who terminates city employment as a police officer or
firefighter, for a reason other than his retirement or death, and who has and maintains in force the
applicable credited service requirement, shall be entitled to a deferred pension computed and
paid a level straight life pension terminating upon death or as the member may elect, within the
90-day period immediately preceding or the 20-day period immediately following the date
benefits are to begin being paid to the member under an optional form of payment provided in
section 62-35 I in lieu of a level straight life pension. Subject to section 62-237, the amount of
the level straight life pension shall be:

       TABLE INSET:

       Date of Termination                  Factor   Maximum      Maximum Pension
                                                     Years of     Amount
                                                     Credited
                                                     Service

       Fire Chief
       Before 7/1/1985                      2.0%     25 years     70% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1989      2.0%     35 years     75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 1/1/1990 and 12/31/1991      2.3%     35 years     75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 1/1/1992 and 12/31/1995      2.3%     35 years     80% of fire chief's final average compensation
       On or after 1/1/1996                 2.5%     32 years     80% of fmal average compensation

       Firefighters
       Before 7/1/1985                      2.0%     25 years     70% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 7/1/1985 and   12/31/198?.   2.0%     25 years     70% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 1/1/1987 and   12/31/1989    2.0%     35 years     75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 1/1/1990 and   12/31/1992    2.3%     35 years     75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 1/1/1993 and   12/31/1995    2.3%     35 years     75% of member's final average compensation
       Between 1/1/1996 and   12/31/2002    2.5%     32 years     80% of member's final average compensation
       On or after 1/1/2003                 2.6%     No limit     85% of member's final average compensation

       Police Chief and Assistant Police
       Chief
       Before 7/1/1985                      2.0%     25   years   70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
       Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1990      2.0%     35   years   7.5% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
       Between 1/1/1991 and 12/31/1997      2.3%     35   years   80% of final average compensation
       On or after 1/1/1998                 2.5%     35   years   80% of fmal average compensation

       Police Command: Voluntary
       Retirement
       Before 7/1/1985                      2.0%     25 years     70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
       Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1990      2.0%     35 years     75% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
       Between l/ l / 1991 and 12/3111997   2.3%     35 years     80% of final average compensation
       Between 1/1/1998 and 12/30/06        2.5%     35 years     80% of final average compensation
       On or after 12/31 /06 .              2.75%    35 years     80% of final average compensation
       Police Command: Deferred
       Retirement
       Before 7/1/1985                   2.0%     25 years   70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
       Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1990   2.0%     35 years   75% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
       Between 1/1/1991 and 12/31/1997   2.3%     35 years   80% of final average compensation
       After 1/1/1998                    2.5%     35 years   80% of final average compensation

       Police Patrol
       Before 12/31/1990                 2.0%     25 years   70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
       Between 1/1/1991 and 6/30/1993    2.2%     No limit   70% of the officer's fmal average compensation
       Between 7/1/1993 and 12/31/1994   2.3%     No limit   70% of the officer's final average compensation
       Between 1/1/1995 and 12/31/1998   2.3%     No limit   75% of the officer's fmal average compensation
       On or After 1/1/1999              2.5%     No limit   75% of the officer's final average compensation

               "Budgeted firefighter compensation" and "budgeted patrolmen compensation
               shall mean that amount fixed in the city budget for the fiscal year the employee
               terminates employment with a deferred pension or retires pursuant to section
               62-311 or section 62-312. Ordinance No. 1028 shall not result in an increase or
               decrease of benefits for an employee or retiree except as pertains to the maximum
               benefit increase for the fire chief.


                       (c) Each year following receipt of the report of the annual actuarial
valuation, the excess, if any, of the reported value of pensions being paid and likely to be paid
retirants and beneficiaries over the balance in the reserve for retired benefit payments shall be
transferred from the reserve for employer contributions to the reserve for retired benefit
payments.

3.     Section 62-331 is amended to read as follows:

       Sec. 62-331. Pension amount.

               Upon retirement as provided in division 4 of this article, a member or former
       member shall be paid a level straight life pension terminating upon death or as the
       member may elect, within the 90-day period immediately preceding or the 20-day period
       immediate following the date the member's retirement begins, to be paid the member's
       pension under an optional form of payment provided in section 62-351 in lieu of a level
       straight life pension. Subject to section 62-237, the amount of the level straight life
       pension shall be:

       TABLE INSET:

       Retirement Date                   Factor   Maximum    Maximum Pension
                                                  Years of   Amount
                                                  Credited
                                                  Service

       Fire Chief
       Before 7/1/1985                   2.0%     25 years   70% of budgeted firefighter compensation
       Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1989   2.0%     35 years   75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
Between 1/1/1990 and 12/31/1991        2.3%    35 years     75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
Between 1/1/1992 and 12/31/1995        2.3%    35 years     80% of fire chiefs final average compensation
On or after 1/1/1996                   2.5%    32 years     80% of fmal average compensation

Firefighters
Before 7/1/1985                        2.0%    25 years     70% of budgeted firefighter compensation
Between 7/1/1985 and   12/3 l/198'i,   2.0%    25 years     70% of budgeted firefighter compensation
Between 1/1/1987 and   12/31/1989      2.0%    35 years     75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
Between 1/1/1990 and   12/31/1992      2.3%    35 years     75% of budgeted firefighter compensation
Between 1/1/1993 and   12/31/1995      2.3%    35 years     75% of member's final average compensation
Between 1/1/1996 and   12/31/2002      2.5%    32 years     80% of member's final average compensation
On or after 1/1/2003                   2.6%    No limit     85% of member's final average compensation

Police Chief and Assistant Police
Chief
Before 7/1/1985                        2.0%    25   years   70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1990        2.0%    35   years   75% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
Between 1/1/1991 and 12/31/1997        2.3%    35   years   80% of final average compensation
On or after 1/1/1998                   2.5%    35   years   80% of fmal average compensation

Police Command: Voluntary
Retirement
Before 7/1/1985                        2.0%    25   years   70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1990        2.0%    35   years   75% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
Between 1/1/1991 and 12/31/1997        2.3%    35   years   80% of fmal average compensation
Between 1/1/1998 and 12/30/06          2.5%    35   years   80% of final average compensation
On or after 12/31/06                   2.75%   35   years   80% of fmal average compensation

Police Command: Deferred
Retirement
Before 7/1/1985                        2.0%    25   years   70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
Between 7/1/1985 and 12/31/1990        2.0%    35   years   75% of budgeted patrohnen compensation
Between 1/1/1991 and 12/31/1997        2.3%    35   years   80% of fmal average compensation
After 1/1/1998                         2.5%    35   years   80% of final average compensation

Police Patrol
Before 12/3111990                      2.0%    25 years     70% of budgeted patrolmen compensation
Between 1/1/1991 and 6/30/1993         2.2%    No limit     70% of the officer's final average compensation
Between 7/1/1993 and 12/31/1994        2.3%    No limit     70% of the officer's final average compensation
Between 1/1/1995 and 12/31/1998        2.3%    No limit     75% of the officer's final average compensation
Between 1/1/1999 and 12/31/2006        2.5%    No limit     75% of the officer's final average compensation
On or after 1/1/07                     2.75%   No limit     75% of the officer's final average compensation

       "Budgeted firefighter compensation" and "budgeted patrolmen compensation
       shall mean that amount fixed in the city budget for the fiscal year the employee
       terminates employment with a deferred pension or retires pursuant to section
       62-311 or section 62-312. Ordinance No. 1028 shall not result in an increase or
       decrease of benefits for an employee or retiree except as pertains to the maximum
       benefit increase for the fire chief.
4.   Section 62-351 is amended to read as follows:

     Sec. 62-351. Optional forms of payment.

             Within the 90-day period immediately preceding or the 20-day period
     immediately following the date retirement begins, a member or former member may elect
     to be paid the member or former member's pension under one of the following optional
     forms of payment in lieu of a level straight life pension. The amount of an optional form
     of pension payment shall be the actuarial equivalent of the amount of the level straight
     life pension. If a member or former member does not make a timely election of an
     optional form of payment he shall be paid a level straight life pension.

            (1)    Option A--Joint and survivor pension. Under option A a retirant shall be
                   paid a reduced pension throughout life with the provision that upon death
                   the full reduced pension shall be continued throughout the future life of
                   and paid to such person, having an insurable interest in the retirant's life,
                   as nominated by the member by written designation duly executed and
                   filed with the board at the time of his election of option A.

            (2)    Option B--Under Option B. An employee of the fire department who is a
                   member of I.A.F .F. and who retires on or after January 1, 1984, a police
                   command officer who retires on or after January 1, 1986, or a patrol
                   officer who retires on or after January 1, 1986, pursuant to section 62-311
                   may elect to be paid a refund of all or part of the accumulated
                   contributions standing to the members credit in the reserve for employee
                   contributions at the effective date of retirement. A member who
                   terminates city employment with a pension payable pursuant to section
                   62-313 may elect to be paid a refund of all or part of the member's
                   accumulated contributions on the effective date of retirement. Provided,
                   however, that any member who withdraws accumulated contributions
                   prior to the effective date of retirement shall forfeit any right to a pension.
                   Upon election of this refund provision, the retirant's straight life pension
                   shall be reduced by an amount which is actuarially equivalent to the
                   refunded accumulated contributions.           For firefighter members, the
                   actuarial equivalent amount shall be computed on the basis of the
                   mortality table, adopted by the board of trustees, and the interest rate,
                   published monthly by the Pension Benefit Guaranty Corporation for use
                   in, converting a series of monthly annuity payments into a lump sum
                   value, in effect at the date of retirement. For police command members,
                   police chief, fire chief, assistant police chief, and police patrol members,
                   who retire prior to December 31, 2003, the actuarial equivalent amount
                   shall be computed on the basis of the mortality table, adopted by the board
                   of trustees, and the interest rate, published monthly by the Pension Benefit
                   Guaranty Corporation for use in, converting a series of monthly annuity
                   payments into a lump sum value, in effect at the date of retirement. For
                   police command members, police chief, fire chief, assistant police chief,
                      and police patrol members who retire after January I, 2004, the actuarial
                      equivalent amount shall be computed on the basis of the mortality table,
                      adopted by the board of trustees, and the interest rate, computed using the
                      same actuarial assumptions that are used to compute the City's annual
                      pension contribution, in effect at the date of retirement. The retiring
                      member may elect option A or option B in conjunction with the refund
                      provision of this subsection.

This ordinance adopted:

       Ayes: Larson, Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Carter, Davis, and Gawron
       Nays: None



Adoption Date: December 14, 2004
Effective Date: December 28, 2004
First Reading: December 14, 2004
Second Reading: NIA




                                                    By_.J,.......;.-=:.-=--=-..:....:....---'-===-::::....::::=-=-
                                                          Gail A. Kundinger, MMC
                                                          City Clerk
                                        CERTIFICATE

      The undersigned, being the duly qualified clerk of the City of Muskegon, Muskegon
County, Michigan, does hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of an
ordinance adopted by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon, at a regular meeting of the
City Commission on the 14th day of December, 2004, 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: December 14, 2004



                                        Gail A. Kundinger, MMC
                                        Clerk, City of Muskegon


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

TO: ALL PERSONS INTERESTED


       Please take notice that on December 14, 2004, the City Commission of the City of
Muskegon adopted amendments to Chapter 62 of the Muskegon City Code concerning the Police
and Fire Retirement system, summarized as follows:

       1.      Section 62-311 is amended to provide regular retirement for police patrol at age
               51 with 25 years service effective December 31, 2006.

       2.      Section 62-313 is clarified to reflect that there is no change in deferred retirement
               benefits.

       3.      Section 62-331 is amended to increase the multiplier to 2.75 for regular retirement
               only, effective December 31, 2006.

       4.      Section 62-351 is amended to provide that the interest rate used to calculate
               annuity withdrawals shall be that set by the Pension Board instead of the Pension
               Benefit Guaranty Corporation.

        Copies of the ordinance may be viewed and purchased at reasonable cost at the Office of
the City Clerk in the City Hall, 933 Te1rnce Street, Muskegon, Michigan, during regular business.
hours.

       This ordinance amendment is effective ten (I 0) days from the date of this publication.

Published: December 18, 2004                         CITY OF MUSKEGON

                                                     By_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __
                                                       Gail A. Kundinger, MMC
                                                       City Clerk
         Commission Meeting Date: December 14, 2004




Date:         December 6, 2004
To:           Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:         Planning & Economic Development Department U3G
RE:           Brownfield Consulting Contract- Anne Couture


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The City of Muskegon has been contracting with Anne
Couture, of Couture Environmental Strategies LLC, during the last seven years, to
assist us with our Brownfield activities. She has excellent contacts at the Department
of Environmental Quality, since she worked there several years ago. Therefore, her
assistance is important in moving forward on the technical aspects of our Brownfield
Authority, as well as grant application assistance (she was instrumental in assisting
us in obtaining the $1 Million grant/loan from the MDEQ this year). Not only does
Ms. Couture work closely with our City Staff, but we also refer potential brownfield
applicants to her. Since we instituted a Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
application fee, in the amount of $2,500, the City has received funds, which help
defray the costs of the contract. Funds for Ms. Couture's current contract have been
expended (particularly due to the work necessary in establishing a Brownfield TIFA
for the former mall site, which may be reimbursed to the City over time). Therefore,
the Commission is asked to approve the current proposal from Ms. Couture.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: Costs to the City will not exceed $15,000. It is expected that
this amount will allow for at least one year of services.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the attached proposal between the City of
Muskegon and Couture Environmental Strategies LLC, and authorize the Mayor and
Clerk to sign the proposal.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None.
              Couture
     Environmental Strategies LLC
                                                        December 3, 2004



     Ms. Cathy Brubaker-Clarke
     Director of Community and Economic Development
     City of Muskegon
     PO Box 536
     Muskegon, Ml 49443-0536

     Re:      Proposal for Continuation of Services
              Brownfield Redevelopment Activities

     Dear Cathy:

    Couture Environmental Strategies LLC is pleased to submit this proposal to the City
    of Muskegon ("City") to continue to provide the City with assistance on various
    brownfield redevelopment activities. This effort primarily involves working with the
    City, developers, businesses, and state officials to utilize all available brownfield
    redevelopment tools that provide incentives to redevelop brownfield properties within
    the City.   This includes adding sites to the Muskegon Brownfield Plan through
    amendments to the Plan, as well as pursuing additional grants and loans that may
    become available to the City to facilitate its brownfield redevelopment efforts. The
    services of Couture Environmental Strategies LLC will be billed to the City on an
    hourly basis; my 2005 hourly rate is $150/hour. Time will be billed based on actual
    hours worked and direct costs incurred.

    Scope of Work

    The Scope of Work for the proposed services of Couture Environmental Strategies
    LLC includes the following:

►   Based on referrals obtained from the City, work with developers, property owners,
    their attorneys and environmental consultants to evaluate the eligibility of properties
    to be included in the City of Muskegon's Brownfield Plan.

►   Provide recommendations to the City regarding Brownfield Plan amendments, or
    recommend use of other incentives available to the City to redevelop Brownfield
    properties.




    1451 Shoal Avenue, Richland, Michigan 49083 (269) 629-9842 FAX (269) 629-7011   E-Mail: [email protected]
Ms. Cathy Brubaker-Clarke                                  -2-                                           12/3/04

►   Upon concurrence by the City or its Brownfield Authority, prepare amendments to
    the Brownfield Plan, with advice and counsel from City attorneys.

►   Prepare brownfield grant or loan applications, as directed by the City.

►   Undertake other brownfield redevelopment activities as directed by the City.

    Agreement

    Attached to the letter are Provisions for Representation by Couture Environmental
    Strategies LLC ("Provisions"). This letter and the attached Provisions constitute a
    contractual agreement for services. If these terms and conditions are acceptable, I
    would appreciate your acknowledging acceptance of them by signing and returning
    the enclosed copy of this letter. Please don't hesitate to call if you have any
    questions.

                                                  Sincerely,



                                                  Anne P. Couture
                                                  Couture Environmental Strategies LLC


    Agreed and Accepted




    Attachment




    145 1 Shoal Avenue, Richland, M ichigan 49083 (269) 629-9842 FAX (269) 629-701 1 E-Mail: [email protected]
      Ms. Cathy Brubaker-Clarke                            -2                                           12/3/04


                                PROVISIONS FOR REPRESENTATION BY
                                 COUTURE ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES LLC

     Except as modified by an engagement letter, the following provisions will apply to the relationship
     between Couture Environmental Strategies LLC and each of its clients:

1.   Fees for services rendered will be based on the reasonable value of those services. Fees will be
     based primarily on standard hourly billing rates and the numbers of hours worked. Couture
     Environmental Strategies LLC will adjust billing rates from time to time.

2.   Time for which a client will be charged will include, among other things, telephone and office
     conferences with the client, consultants, regulators, public officials, developers, prospective purchasers,
     and others; research; report preparation; document review and comment; drafting of letters,
     memoranda and other documents; and travel time.

3.   In addition to fees, costs and expenses incurred in performing services may be billed, including
     photocopying, postage, travel (mileage, meals, lodging), faxes, and other similar costs and expenses.

4.   Although fees or costs are estimated, these estimates are subject to unforeseen circumstances and are
     by their nature inexact. CES LLC will not be bound by any estimates except to the extent expressly set
     forth in the engagement letter.

5.   Fees and expenses will be billed monthly.

6.   A client shall have the right to terminate our services and representation upon written notice. Such
     termination, however, will not relieve the client of the obligation to pay for all services rendered and
     costs or expenses paid or incurred on behalf of the client prior to termination ..




     1451 Shoal Avenue. Richland, Michigan 49083 (269) 629-9842 FAX (269) 629-701 I   E-Mail: coun,[email protected]
Date:    December 14, 2004

To:      Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From:    Engineering

RE:      Transportation Improvements Program Submittal for:
         2007-2008 & Long Range Plan projects



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

Authorization to submit the attached lists of projects to the West Michigan Shoreline
Regional Development Commission for inclusion in the FY 2007 - 2008 Transportation
Improvement Program and the long Range Plan (20-years). Projects submitted will be
considered for Federal and State transportation funding. Adoption of the attached
resolution is required as part of the submittal to commit the local match if project funding
is granted.



FINANCIAL IMPACT:
None at this time, however, a local match will be required should we receive a grant for a
particular project.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
To approve the project submittal and resolution.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
                                       Resolution No.   2004 - 10 6 ( h )

   RESOLUTION FOR AUTHORIZATION TO REQUEST THE WEST MICHIGAN SHORELINE REGIONAL
 DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION TO INCLUDE THE CITY'S PROJECTS IN THE 2007-2008 & LONG RANGE
                    PLAN TRANSPORTATION IMPROVEMENT PROGRAM



WHEREAS, the Federal Transit Administration, the Federal Highway Administration and the Federal Aviation
Administration, through the lntermodal Surface Transportation Efficiency Act of 1991; Act 51, P.A. 1951; and
various other Federal and State acts, in cooperation with the Michigan Department of Transportation, makes
funding available for local jurisdictions and agencies for transportation improvements projects; and

WHEREAS, the West Michigan Shoreline Regional Development Commission (WMSRDC) is the organization
designated by the Governor as being responsible, together with the state, for carrying out provisions of 23
U.S.C. 134 (Federal Aid Planning Requirements) and the WMSRDC has deferred to the Muskegon Area
Transportation Planning Program's (MATPP's) Policy Committee upon recommendation of the MATPP
Technical Committee all matters of policy and approval related to transportation planning work programs, the
long range transportation plan, and the Transportation Improvement Programs; and



WHEREAS, the WMSRDC is responsible, through the MATPP Advisory Committees (Technical and Pol icy), for
implementing the federally required "3-C" urban transportation planning process, including the development of
the transportation Improvement Program; and



WHEREAS, the 3-C planning process for Muskegon County has been certified according to the requirements of
25 CFR 450.114(c); and

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon desires to secure financial assistance from the federal and/or State
government to help defray the cost of the attached proposed transportation projects; and

WHEREAS, the required local match for the requested funding is available [or will be available] and committed
to the proposed projects upon grant approval;

NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the City of Muskegon requests the West Michigan Shoreline
Regional Development Commission to consider inclusion of the projects in the priority list of Transportation
Improvement Program for the Fiscal Years 2002-2004.




  De cember 14 , 2004

        Date
                                 CERTIFICATION
                                   2004-106(h)


This resolution was adopted at a regular meeting of the City Commission, held on
December 14, 2004. 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




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                                                               THE CITY'S WISH LIST FOR 2007 - 2008 TIP
                                                                (The City does not wish to change the 2006 projects)
                                                                               limits
Type of Fund   Roadway Name                      length (ft)      From          To               Year           Estimated Cost         STP Federal share   Type of Improvements
                                                                                                                                            @80%


STP            Park Street                              1600      Southern     Houston                  2007             $350,000.00        $280,000.00    Reconstruction
STP            Creston                                  1500      Laketon      Evanston                 2007             $310,000.00        $248,000.00    Reconstruction

SUBTQ.TAL FOR 2005                                                                                                     ~660,000.00        $528,000.00

STP            Wood St.                                 1400      Laketon      Keating                  2008             $320,000.00        $256,000.00    Reconstruction
STP            Mcgraft Park                             1900      Addison      Glenside                 2008             $250,000.00        $200,000.00    Reconstruction

SUBTOTAL FOR 200§                                                                                                      $570,000.00        $456,000.00


 GRAND TOTAL FOR THE 2007-2008                                                                                    $1,230,000.00           $984,000.00

LIST OF PROJECTS FOR THE LONG RANGE PLAN, 20-YEARS

STP            Lakeshore Dr.                                       Laketon      Beach            2010-2015             $2.100,000.00       $1,680,000.00   Reconstruction
STP            Getty Street                                        Keating      US-31 BR         2008-2015             $2,500,000.00       $2,000,000.00
STP            Laketon Ave.                                        Lakeshore    Creston          09-18                 $4,000,000.00       $3,200,000.00
STP            Wood St.                                            Apple        Marquette                                                          $0.00
STP            Park Street                              1600       Southern     Houston                 2007             $350,000.00         $280,000.00   Reconstruction
STP            Creston                                  1500       Laketon      Evanston                2007             $310,000.00         $248,000.00   Reconstruction
STP            Wood St.                                 1400       Laketon      Keating                 2008             $320,000.00         $256,000.00   Reconstruction
STP            Mcgraft Park                             1900       Addison      G!enside                2008             $250,000.00         $200,000.00   Reconstruction
STP            Southern Ave.                                       Southern     Seaway Dr.             2011               280,000.00         $224,000.00
STP            Irwin                                               Peck         Nims                   2012               300,000.00         $240,000.00
STP            Keating                                             Getty        Port City              2013              $750,000.00         $600,000.00
STP            Roberts                                             Sherman      Laketon          14 - 16                 $600,000.00         $480,000.00
      Commission Meeting Date:              December 14, 2004




Date:       December 7, 2004
To:         Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:       Community and Neighborhood Services                 W ,b .
            Department
RE:         Approval of Conveyance Application to the State
            of Michigan


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve Community and Neighborhood
Services to obtain 280 Iona from the State of Michigan, which is
currently a vacant abandoned home. The structure is located next door
to 284 Iona, a recently completed infill home under the "Operation: At
Long Last" project.

The department's objective is to obtain 280 Iona for the minimum price
of $300.00, rehabilitate it and sale the property to a qualified family. The
obtaining of this property and the total rehabilitation is one additional
piece to the City's continuous neighborhood revitalization efforts.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: CNS office will supply $300.00 from the HOME
program income fund.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the request and have the
Mayor sign the application to the state of Michigan

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None
                                                                                                                     -FOR       DNR USE           ONLY-
                                         Michigan Department of Natural Resources
                                                 Office of Land and Facilities                                  Approval         Application       Approved
                                                                                                                  Date              Fee               By
                       APPLICTION FOR CONVEYANCE OF STATE
                            LAND FOR PUBLIC PURPOSES
                                         This information is required to obtain a deed                       OPTION:          Xe 1       ~2       - 3
                             by Authority of Part 21, Subpart 1, Act 451 , P .A 1994, as amended
                                                                                                                           PUBLIC USE NUMBER




                                 ISSUE DEED TO:                                                              MAIL DEED TO:
NAME                                                                                 NAME
City of Muskegon                                                                     City of Muskegon
ADDRESS                                                                              NAME
933 Terrace St., PO Box 536
CITY
Muskegon
                                               I STATE
                                                  MI
                                                                I49443
                                                                 ZIP CODE            MAILING ADDRESS
                                                                                     933 Terrace St. , PO Box 536
COUNTY                                                                               CITY                                  I STATE            I ZIP CODE
Muskegon                                                                             Muskegon                                 Ml               49443
                                           LEGAL DESCRIPTION

                                                                                                                     -FOR DNR USE ONLY-
"SEE ATTACHED SHEET
                                                                                                                 DEED NUMBER
City of Muskegon Revised plat of 1930
                                                                                                                 L
Blk 236 E 1/2 Lot 6
                                                                                                                 p
Property ii                   - 24-205-236-0006-10 ( 280 Iona)
                                                                                                                 ABSTRACT

                                                                                                                 CHECKED




It is expressly understood that·

       1.   The land herein described shall be used solely for the following purposes:
                                                                                              To eliminate its' blighting
influence by totally rehabilitating the structure and then selling it to a
qualified first time homebuyer.
       2.   If lands are conveyed or transferred for a nominal fee and are subsequently sold by the government unit for a valuable consideration, the
            proceeds from any such sale after deducting said fee and any amount paid by the local government units for maintaining said lands in
            condition to protect the public health and safety shall be accounted for to the state, county, township and school district in which the lands are
            situated pro rated according to their several interests therein arising from the nonpayment of taxes and special assessments thereon as such
            interest shall appear in the offices of the state treasurer, county, city or village treasurers.

       3.   The deed issued by the State of Michigan may reserve to the State of Michigan a!I mineral rights including coal, oil and gas, etc., rights of
            ingress and egress over and across lands lying along any watercourse or stream, pursuant to the provisions of Act 451, P.A. 1994, as
            amended and all aboriginal antiquities, mounds, earthworks, etc., pursuant to the provisions of Act 451 P.A. 1994.



Applicant Name        Stephen J. Warm,n~ton                                      Title      Mayor                          Date        l;).-1S·O~


Applicant Signature
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Mail completed applicatio0 ~ d              chi~
                                       or money '  ' made
                                                order                                    For DNR Cashier's Use Onlv - Do Not Write Below
payable to the "State of Michigan" to:
    CASHIERS OFFICE
    MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
    PO BOX 30451
    LANSING Ml 48909-7951
PR 6202 (Rev 061:'7/20C2.)
    Date:   December 14, 2004

    To:   Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

    From:    Finance Director

    RE:   2005 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 attached for your consideration. New fees
and fee changes proposed for 2005 are highlighted on the spreadsheet included with the resolution and
include the following:

•     Increases to various cemetery service fees;

•     New fees for cemetery chapel services and genealogy searches;

•     Increase to environmental administration fee to cover increased collection costs;

•     Changes to cat license fees to make them consistent with County dog license fees;

•     Increases to most marina fee categories;

•    Increase in daily launch ramp fees from $5 to $10; seasonal launch ramp fees remain unchanged as
     we are trying to encourage people to purchase the seasonal permits. Daily permits are very costly to
     administer and enforce.

•     Increases to specialized fire services (e.g. down power lines);

•     Increases to forestry service fees;

•    New fee for hanging banners;

•    Various recreation fee adjustments;

FINANCIAL IMPACT:              Increased revenue for fee supported activities.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. Adoption of the 2005 Master Fee
Resolution will help the city attain its 2005 budgeted revenue estimates.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:                       Approval.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:                           None.
                                                           City of Muskegon

                                                             RESOLUTION
                                                         2004-107(a)
 A resolution adopting fees for services in the City entitled "Master Fee Resolution".


 The City of Muskegon hereby RESOLVES:


 I.       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 arc 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.        Thal 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 detcnnined to adopt the resolution a comprehensive
          schedule of fees by this resolution which is hereby called the "Master fee Resolution".

4.        Thal the City Commission and its committees, with the advice of the staff of the City, have carefully investigated and
          examined the fees sci 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 COMM ISSION 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 docs not amend or ctiange ·previous specific resolutions for the charging of fees for
          services, and docs not preclude the existence of previous or future resolutions setting forth fees which arc not included
          herein.

This resolution adopted.

Ayes: Shepherd, Spataro, Warmington, Carter, Davis, Gawron, and Larson

Nays: None




CITL 'L
Gail Kundinger, Clerk                    ~
                                                           CERTIFICATE

         This Resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Com mission of the City of Muskegon, held on December 14, 2004.
The meeting was properly held and noticed pursuant to the Open Mcetings Act of the State of Michigan, Act 26 7 of the Public Acts of
1976.




                                                                       Gail Kundinger. Clerk
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LINE                "i:iifPf                             -o~s                                              UNIT                             FEE              FEE                             FEE                         FEE                 FEE                    COlulli'IEFJTS                  CHANGE



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




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                     ALL        !COPIES FOR PUBLIC (STANDARD SIZES)                                      PER COPY                          0.25               0.25                               25                          5              0.25!
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    3                ALL        IFAX CHARGE FOR INFORMATION REQUESTS                                     PER PAGE                          a.sol              o.so   1
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    4                ALL        ILATE FEE ON CITY RECEIVABLES (EXCEPT TAXES)                        PAST DUE BALANCE                      1.00%             1.00%
                                                                                                                                                                                        ·,:~-~~;.,                      1.00%              1.00%            PER MOJIMPOSED AFTER 30 CAYS

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                                                                                                                                                          1,275.00:              ... ·········..·.. ·1                            .-_·
    5             CEMETERIES _CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS A-BJ                                  EACH                         1,275.00                                1,275.00                                                 1,339.00                                                    5.02'/4
                                                                                                                                                                         - _ -- _                                  1,275.00

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    6             CEMETERIES !CEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS A-8) NR *                             EACH                         1,585.00          1,585.00:                 1,585.00                       1,585.00              1,664.00                                                    4.98'/4



    7     I       CEMETERIES    ICEMETERIES EVERGREEN      MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS C-F)                          EACH                         1,460.00          1,460.00                  1,460.00                       1,460.00              1,533.00                                                    5.00%


    8         I   CEMETERIES    ICEMETERIES EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM (CRYPTS C-F) NR *                          EACH                         1,815.00          1,815,00                  1,s1s.oo:                      1,a1s.001             1,sos.00:                                                   5.01'/4



    9         I CEMETERIES          !CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN)                                 ONE GRAVE                       600.00:           600.00                       600.00                          630.00:           662.00                                                     5.08'/4



    10        I CEMETERIES          !CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (EVERGREEN)                               TWO GRAVES                       1,150.00          1,150.00                   1,150.00                      1,208.00              1,268.00                                                    4.97¾



    11        I CEMETERIES I CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES {EVERGREEN) NR •                                  TWO GRAVES                       1,450.00          1,450.00                   1,450.00                      1,523.00j             1,599.001                                                   4.99%



    12        I CEMETERIES          :cEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES {EVERGREEN) NR •                            ONE GRAVE                       750.00:            750.00;                     750.00                          1ss.ooi           827.00                                                     4.95%


    13        I CEMETERIES          !CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE)                                  ONE GRAVE                        600.00            600.00                      600.00,                         630.00             662.00                                                    5.0S¾


I   14        i   ceMETERIEs lcEMETERIES GRAVE PR1c·:~-~LAKEs10EJ                                      TWO GRAVES                       1,150.00          1,150.00!                  1,150.00·~·--~
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                   1,208.00              1,268.00                                              ·,    4.97'/4   ~
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    15        I CEMETERIES          !CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE) NR •                             ONE GRAVE                        750.00            750.00                       750.00                         788.00             827.00                                                    4.95¾
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    16            CEMETERIES I CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (LAKESIDE) NR *                                   TWO GRAVES                                       1,450.00                   1,450.00;                         1,523.00          1,599.00,                                                   4.99%
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    17        I CEMETERIES          ICEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD)                                   ONE GRAVE                        600.00            600.00                       600.00                         630.00             662.00                                                    5.08'/,


    18        I CEMETERIES          !CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD)                                   TWO GRAVES                     1,150.00          1,150.00                   1,150.00                          1,208.00          1,268.00                                                    4.97¾



                  CEMETERIES I CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD} NR *                                    TWO GRAVES                     1,450.00          1,450.00                   1,450.00:                         1,523.00          1,599.00                                                    4.99°1,
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                                                                                                                                          750.00'                                        750.00                         788.00i            827.00                                                    4.95'/,
    20            CEMETERIES iCEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (OAKWOOD) NR *                                     ONE GRAVE                                          750.001




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llNE               DEPT          .                                      DE~Clffi)'TI°O:N                        UMT
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                                                                                                                                                                                                          2003
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     21         CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER)                         ONE GRAVE                         550.00                       sso.oo 1                   550.00                        578.001             607.00                                                     5.02'4



     22         CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER)                         TWO GRAVES                       1,024.00                     1,024.00                   1,024.00;                    1,075.00             1,129.00                                                    S.02'/,

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ·--···
     23         CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER) NR •                    ONE GRAVE                         650.00                       650.00'                    650.00                        683.00              717.00                                                     4.98'/4
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            '                        CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-FLUSH MARKER) NR ~                    TWO GRAVES                       1,290.00                     1,290.00                   1,290.00
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1,355.00            1,423.00                           · ~                      5.02%
                CEMETERIES

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      25        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER)                       ONE GRAVE                            0.00                         0.00                       O.OI                        630.00             662.00                                                     5.08%

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      26        CEMETERIES pEMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER)                                 lWOGRAVES                            0,00                         0.00                       0.00                      1,208.00 j          1,268.00                                                    4.97'/,


                                     :EMETERJES GRAVE PRICES (RESn.AWN•UPRlGHT MARKER) NR                                                         0.00                         0.00                       0.00                        788.00             827.00                                                     4.95'/4
      27        CEMETERIES                                                                                   ONE GRAVE

            I                        :EMETERIES GRAVE PRICES (RESTLAWN-UPRIGHT MARKER) NR                                                                                                                                                                                                                           4.99%
      28    ' CEMETERIES                                                                                     lWOGRAVES                            0.00                         0.00                       0.00,                     1,523.00            1,599.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               -···
      29        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES IN•GOUND CREMAINS {RESTLAWNJ                                    EACH                              0.00                         0.00                     zso.00 1                      275.001            289.00;                                                    5.09'/,


      ,0        CEMETERIES !CEMETERIES IN-GOUND CREMAINS (RESTLAWN) NR•                                         EACH                              0.001                        0.00                     300.00                        330.00             347.00                                                     5.15'/4


      31        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (1/2 GRAVE)                                             EACH                            200.00                       200.00                     200.00                        220.00              260.00                                                    18.18%


      32        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES OPENING (112 GRAVE) NR                                      EACH                            250.00                       250.00                     250.00                        275.00              318.00                                                    15.64%

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                CEMETERIES 'CEMETERIES OPENING {CREMATION)                                                      EACH                            220.00                       220.00:                    220.00                        242.00              254.00                                                    4.96'/4
      "             -·····-··----,
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      '4        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION) NR                                      EACH                            270.00:                      270.00                     270.00                        297.00              312.00                                                    5.05'/4


                CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, GRASS, CHAIRS)                          EACH                            270.00                       270.00                     270.001                       297.00              312.00                                                    5.05'/,
      "                              '                                                                   '
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                                                                                                                                                                                 ...                                                       ......

                CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, GRASS, CHAIRS) NR                       EACH                            320.00                       320.00                     320.00:                       352.00:             370.00'                                                   5.11'/4
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       37       CEMETERIES iCEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, TENT, GRASS, CHAIRS)                                 EACH                            300.00                       300.00i                    300.00                        330.0I              347.00                                                     5.15'/4


                                         CEMETERIES OPENING (CREMATION, TENT, GRASS, CHAIRS) NR                 EACH                            350.00                       350.00                     350.00i                       385.00              404,00                                                     4.94%
      "         CEMETERIES


                CEMETERIES iCEMETERIES SECONO CREMAINS (OPEN GRAVESITE)                                         EACH                             50.00                        50.00                      50.00                             55.00:          58.D0'                                                    5.45~.
      "                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ------         -----

       40       CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES OPENING (DEVICE)                                            EACH                            425.00                       425.00i   '                425.00                        468.001             491.00                                                     4.91%




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                                                                                                                                   2001;              2002                    ZDD3            2004               2005                 nl:l>ARTiifE/liT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       c-oliliME!iJ'TS            CHANGE
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LINE             DEPT                                                                               UNIT                           FEE                 FEE                     FEE                FEE            FEE
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 41         CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (DEVICE) NR                                     EACH                        525.00              525.00                  525.00          578.00             607,00'                                             5.02%


 42         CEMETERIES CEMETERIES OPENING (SET UP AT GRAVE)                                         EACH                        450.00              450.00;                 450.00          495.001            520.00                                              5.05%


 43         CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (SET UP AT GRAVE) NR                            EACH                        sso.oo:             550.00                  550.00          605.00             635.00                                              4.96%

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  44        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN IN BABYLAND)                         EACH                        125.00              125.00                  125.001         138,00             145.00                                               S.D7¾
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  45        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN IN BABYLAND) NR                      EACH                        150.00              150.00                  150.00j         165.00             173.00                                               4.85¾
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  46        CEMETERIES !CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN NOT IN BABYLAND)                              EACH                        225.001             225.00                  225.00          248.00:            260.00                                               4.84%
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  47        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (STILLBORN NOT IN BABYLAND) NR                  EACH                        275.00              275.00                  275.00          303.00             318.00                                               4.95%
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 -
  48        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (TENT AT GRAVE)                                 EACH                        500.00              500.00                  500.00'         550.00             578.00                                               5.09%


  49        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OPENING (TENT AT GRAVE) NR                              EACH                        600.00              600.00                  600.oo:         660.00,            693.00;                                              5.00'/,

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  50        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OVERTIME (MON-SAT AFTER 2:30PM)                         EACH                        150.001             150.00i                 150.00          165.00             173.00                                               4.85%
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  51        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OVERTIME (MON-SAT AFTER 2:30PM) NR                      EACH                        150.00              150.00                  150.00          165.00             173.00                                               4.85"!.


                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              i     5.09%
  52        CEMETERIES           CEMETERIES OVERTIME (SATURDAYS & HOLIDAYS)                         EACH                        250.00              250.00                  250.00i         275.00             289.00:


  53        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES OVERTIME (SATURDAYS & HOLIDAYS) NR                  EACH                        250.00              250.00                  2so.oo:         275.001            289.00i                                        !
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    5.09'/,
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  54        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES OVERTIME (SUNDAYS)                                  EACH                        375.00              375.00,                 375.00          413.00             434.00                                               5.08'!.


  55        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES NICHES (2 UPPER ROWS)                               EACH                       1,325.00;           1,325.00                1,000.00        1,000.00           1,050.00                                              5.00'/,
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  56        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES NICHES (2 UPPER ROWS) NR                            EACH                       1,525.00            1,525.00                1,200.00i       1,200.00           1,260.00                                              5.00%
                                                  ----·--     ---- ---····-·-.       .-,,-                                                         ----·-         - --·-   -- - - --   .            ---          -          •·- ---                      --       ---

  57        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES NICHES (2 LOWER ROWS}                               EACH                       1,275.00            1,275.00                 900.00
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                                                                                                                                                                                            900.00·            945.00                                               5.00'!.
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  58        CEMETERIES ;CEMETERIES NICHES (2 LOWER ROWS) NR                                         EACH                       1,475.00;           1,475.00                1,100.00        1,100.00'          1,155.00                                              5.00%


  59        CEMETERIES               CEMETERIES NICHES (OPEN/CLOSING)                               EACH                         125.00             125.00                   125.00,        138.00             145.00                                               5.07'/,



  60       I CEMETERIES          ,CEMETERIES NICHES (OPEN/CLOSING) NR                               EACH                         175.00              175.00'                 175.ool        193.oo:            203.ooj                                              5.18'/,
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       3          DEPT                              CiESCl:tTP"lfolf                        UNIT
                                                                                                                        20011
                                                                                                                         FEE
                                                                                                                                         2002
                                                                                                                                          FEE
                                                                                                                                                    2003
                                                                                                                                                     FEE
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                                                                                                                                                                     FEE
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 61            CEMETERIES ICEMETERIES PRICES (112 GRAVE-ALL CEMETERIES)                     EACH                      350.00         350.00       400.00:'        440.00             462..00                             5.00%


 62            CEMETERIES ICEMETERIES PRICES (1/2 GRAVE-ALL CEMETERIES) NR •                EACH                      450,00         450.00;      500.00          550.00'           57a.oo 1                             5.011%


               CEMETERIES !CEMETERIES PRICES (SPLITTING FULL GRAVE-ALL                      EACH                         0.00             0.00    150.00          150.00             158.00                              5.33'/4
  63
                           CEMETERIES) NR *

  64   I CEMETERIES         !CEMETERIES SERVICE                                        PER SQUARE INCH                   0.40             0.40      o.40:           0.50               o.ss,                             10.00%



  65   I       CEMETERIES jCEMETERIES SERVICE (GOVERNMENT MARKERS)                          EACH                        70.00            70.00     70.00           70.00              60.00                             •14.29'/4

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  66   I       CEMETERIES !CEMETERIES SERVICE (MARKERS MINIMUM)                             EACH                        ss.oo:           S5.00     55.00           ss.oo              60.00                              9.09'/4


  67           CEMETERIES I CEMETERIES SERVICE (MAUSOLEUM VASES)                            EACH                        75.00            75.00     75.00!          75.00         COST+40%1                               0.00'/4


  68   I CEMETERIES ICEMETERIES SERVICE (PRE-NEED HANDLING CHARGE)                          EACH                        10.00            10.00     10.00           20.00              25.00                              25.D0%
                                                                                                                                                             !


  69   I                  '
               CEMETERIES ;cEMETERIES SERVICE (SMALL VASES) RESTLAWN                        EACH                        30.00            30.00!    40.00           40.oo!        COST+40%!                               0.00%


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  70   I       CEMETERIES jENTOMBMENT • EVERGREEN MAUSOLEM                                  EACH                       150.00        150.001      150.00          165.00i            173.00                              4.85'/4



  71   I       CEMETERIES   IENTOMBMENT NR • EVERGREEN MAUSOLEUM                            EACH                       200.00        200.00       200.00          220.00             231.00                               5.00%



  72   l       CEMETERIES IOPENING (SEAL VAULT LID)                                         EACH                        32.00            32.00     32.00           32.00              35,00·,                             9.311%



  73           CEMETERIES       PERPETUAL CARE· OAKWOOD, EVERGREEN, & LAKESIDE              EACH                       300.00        300.00       300.00          315.00             331.00                               5.0ll'/4

                                                   -------1------+----~--1--- -                                                                         +        --1--------j-------+------,
  74           CEMETERIES jPERPETUAL CARE - RESTLAWN                                        EACH                       275.00        275.00       275.00          28!:I.OO           303.00                               4.84%



  75           CEMETERIES IPERPETUAL CARE- RESTLAWN (UPRIGHT MARKERS)                       EACH                         0.00             0.00       0.00         315.00             331.00                               5.08%



  76           CEMETERIES I TRANSFER & AFFIDAVIT FEE PER GRAVE SPACE                        EACH                        10.00            10.00      10.00:         20.00              25.00                              25.00%

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  TT       I   CEMETERIES jCHAPEL FUNERAL SERVICE                                           EACH                         0.00             0.00       0.00            0.00             50.00                             •••NEW FEE



                                                                                                                                          0,00                       0,00               3.00                            , .. NEW FEE
  78 I CEMETERIES IFAMILY TREE SEARCH                                                   SINGLE SEARCH                    0.00                        O.OOj


                                                                                        FIVE SEARCHES                    0.00             o.ooi      0.00            0.00              10.00                            ..,NEW FEE
  79       I   CEMETERIES IFAMILYTREESEARCH


  80              CLERK         ADDRESS LABELS-VOTER REGISTRATION                           EACH                         0.05             0.051      0.05            0.05               0.05




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LINE          DEPT                                            ~TPifo,.                                                      UNIT                            FEE           FEE                     FEE                            FEE          FEE                     C01liMEiilTS                            CHAl'JGE


    a,        CLERK              BUSINESS REGISTRATION                                                     '                EACH                          25.00          25.00                  25.oo;                      30.00           30.001                                                       !


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    82        CLERK              BUSINESS TRANSIENT                                                                       PER DAY                         25.00          25.00                  zs.oo:                      25.00           25.00;
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    83        CLERK              'BUSINESS PEDDLER                                                                        PER DAY                         10.00          10.00                   10.00                      10.00            10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                 '                       ,   ....
    84
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              CLERK              BUSINESS AUCTIONEER (INDIVIDUAL EVENT)                                                   PER EVENT                       10.00          10.00'                  10.00                      10.00            10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        i                                                                           .............
    85        CLERK              BUSINESS AUCTIONEER (REGULAR)                                                            PER YEAR                       100.00;'       100.00                  100.00                     100.00       1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            100.00
                                                                                                               ···----·                                                               ------     -·--.              --·-·---·
    86        CLERK              BUSINESS COMMERCIAL GARBAGE HAULER                                                       PER YEAR                       100.00         100.00                  100.00                     100.00           100.00

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    87        CLERK                  BUSINESS DANCE HALL (INDIVIDUAL EVENT)                                               PER EVENT                       10.00:         25.00                    0.00                          0.00          0.00
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    88        CLERK                  BUSINESS DANCE HALL (REGULAR)                                                        PER YEAR                       100.00!        500.00                    0.00                          0.00          0.00


    89        CLERK                  BUSINESS ENTERTAINMENT OCCUPANCY                                                     PER YEAR                         0.00           0.00                  125.00                     125.00           125.00        PENOING ORDINANCE APPROVAL
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    90        CLERK                  CHARITABLE GAMING LICENSE                                                              EACH                           0.00           0.00                    o.oo'                         5.00          5.00:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      •-cHARGt:::U-101:AWl-Tl10 YEARSOLD)                                                                                                                                                                                                                    FEES ADJUSTED TO REFLECT
                                                                                                                                       SQUARE YARD                                                75.00             50,00                50.00                        50.00              50.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               RESIDUAL VALUE

       153            ENGINEERING UTILITY CUT (PROJECT DURATION)                                                                                 WEEK                                             27.50              27.50                27.50                       27.50              27.50'
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       154            ENV SERVICES ADMINISTRATIVE FEE                                                                   I        EACH OCCURRENCE                                                  50.00              50.00               50.00                        50.00
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       155            ENV SERVICES CAT CONTROL LICENSE FEE. NEUTERED CATS                                                                    ANNUAL                                                    0.00           s.oo!               10.00                       10.00              10.00
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       156            ENV SERVICES CAT CONTROL LICENSE FEE- UNNEUTEREO CATS                                                                  ANNUAL                                                    0.00         10.00                 25.00                       25.oo:             40.00                                                      60.00¾
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       158            ENV SERVICES CAT CONTROL LICENSE FEE· LATE LICENSE (AFTER MARCH 1}                                         EACH OCCURRENCE                                                       o.oo'         35.00 '             35.00                        35.00              80.00                                                      123.57%


       159            ENV SERVICES CAT CONTROL LICENSE FEE- IMPOUND                                                              EACH OCCURRENCE                                                       0.00          25.00               35.00                        35.00              35.00


       160 i ENV SERVICES ALERT NOTIFICATION· FAX                                                                                    ANNUAL- LOCAL                                                     0.00           0.00                10.00                       20.00              20.00·
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    162 I       FINANCE    !REPLACEMENT OF LOST PAYROLL CHECK                                         ·         EACH OCCURRENCE           I                25.   ool                zs.ool                ~            25,0j


1163 l          FINANCE    !PROCESSING PENSION EDRO FOR DIVORCE CASES                                 I                   EACH            I               40( .ool                400.ooi                ~            600.0)


  164           FINANCE    ICOPIES OF CITY BUOGETOR CAFR {FOIA REQUESTS)                              '                   EACH            I                20.
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    166           FIRE     !FIRE REPORT COPY (REGULAR)                                                                    EACH                              5.1
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    167           FIRE         FIRE REPORT PHOTOGRAPHS                                                                    EACH                              1.1
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    169           FIRE     ,FIRE INSPECTION ADDITIONAL VISIT                                                      EACH INCIDENT                            50.00                    50
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    1701          FIRE    rRSONFIRERESTITUTIONFEE                          ------+--                              PERHRONCALL            .1..             655.ool                  65! ·"I               ~            120.001           PLUs RELATED couRT cosTS                I

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    173 .. ~-·"· FIRE      lcoNFINED SPACE RESCUE FEE                                                  I          PER HR 0~
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 181       !   F~=~:;•    BACK CORNER                                                                               0-2 MONTHS                              175.00                    175.00                175.00        175.00            175.00


 182           F~=~:;•    BACK REGULAR                                                                              0-2 MONTHS                              150.00                    150.00                150.00        150.00            150.00


 183           F~=~~~•    FRONT CORNER              -------- -------------------                                    3 MONTHS                                330.00                    330.00;               330.00        330.00            330.00
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 184           F~=::;•    FRONT REGULAR                                                                             3 MONTHS                                303.00                    303.00                303.00        303.00            303.00


 185           F~=:~r     BACK CORNER                                                                               3 MONTHS                                193.00                    193.00   1
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 186           F~=:~:;•   BACK REGULAR                                                                              3 MONTHS                                165.00,                   165.00i               165.00        165.00            165.00


 187           F~=:~;;'   FRONT CORNER                                                                              4 MONTHS                   1
                                                                                                                                                            336.00                    336.00                336.oo'       336.00            336.00


 188           F~=~~~r    :FRONT REGULAR                                                                            4 MONTHS                                308.00                    308.00                308.00        308.00            308.00
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 189           F~=:~:r    BACK CORNER                                                                               4 MONTHS                                196.00                    196.00                196.00        196.00            196.00

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 190           F~=:~;•    BACK REGULAR                                                                               4 MONTHS                               168.00                    168.00                168.00        168.00            168.00

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  191          F~=:~~·    ·FRONT CORNER                                                                              5 MONTHS                               345.00                    345.00,               345.00        345.00            345.00


  192          F~=:~~•    FRONT REGULAR                                                                              5 MONTHS                               316.00                    316.00j               316.00        316.00            316.00

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  193          F~=:~;•    BACK CORNER                                                                                5 MONTHS                               201.00                    201.00                201.00!_      201.00            201.00


  194          F~=:~•     :BACK REGULAR                                                                              5 MONTHS                               173.00                    173.00,               173.00        173.00'            173.00


  195          F~~~~~•    'FRONT CORNER                                                                              6 MONTIIS     -- ------                354.00                -   354001        _ ---   354.00        354.00            35~00

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  196           MARKET ___ ~-~ONTREGULAR       - ~ - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - c _ __ _ 6MONTHS                                        _, ____ ----- -3~~:.~o ------                325.00                ~~.o~; .. _   325.00             325.00-~----                                            •-           ---
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  198          F~=~~~-    BACK REGULAR                                                                      ,        6 MONTHS                               1TT.OO                    1TT.OO                177.00        177.00             1n.oo

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  199          F~=:~•     FRONT CORNER                                                                               7 MONTHS                               360.00                    360.00                360.00i       360.00             360.00:
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  200          F~=~~~;·   IFRONT REGULAR                                                                             7 MONTHS                               330.ooj                   330.00j               330.00        330.001            330.00




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    202                                :aACKREGULAR                                                                                     7 MONTHS                                 180.00                 180.00                       180.00 1         180.00:                        1so.00                                          '
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    205                                     BACKCORNER                                                                                  8 MONTHS                                 219.00                 219.00                       219.00           219.00
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    206                                    ]BACK REGULAR                                                                                8 MONTHS                                 188.00                 188.00
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    207            FLEA MARKET DEALERS SPACE - CORNER COVERED SPACE                                                                       DAILY                                     8.00                    8.00                        8.00              8.00                          8.00



    208            FLEA MARKET DEALERS SPACE-10 x 15 COVERED SPACE                                                                        DAILY                                     7.00                    7.00                        7.00!             7.00                          7.00



    209            FLEA MARKET DEALERS SPACE-10 x 30 ASHPHAL T SPACE                                                                      DAILY                                     6.00                    6.00                         6.00             6.00                          6.00 '



    210            FLEA MARKET DEALERS SPACE-10 x 40 FIELD SPACE                                                                          DAILY                                     5.00                    5.00                        5.00              5.00!                         5.00



    211             FORESTRY                   TREE REPLACEMENT PLANTING FEE                                                              EACH                                   200.00!                200.00                       200.00           200.00'                         200.00
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     212            FORESTRY                   TREE REMOVAL FEE (3" - 6" DIAMETER)                                                        EACH                                   150.00                 150.00                       150.00           150.00                          200.00 TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE                  33.33%



     213            FORESTRY                   TREE REMOVAL FEE {6" -12" DIAMETER)                                                        EACH                                   250.00                 250.00                       250.00           250.00                          300.00I TREE MEASURED AT 4" ABOVE GRADE '               20.D0%
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     214            FORESTRY               ,TREE REMOVAL FEE (12,. -18" DIAMETER)                                                         EACH                                   275.00                 275.00!                      275.00           275.00                          345.00 TREE MEASUREDAT4• ABOVE GRADE                    '5-'5'/4



     215            FORESTRY                   :TREE REMOVAL FEE (18" - 24" DIAMETER)                                                     EACH                                   525.oo:                 525.00                      525.00            525.00                         650.00 TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE                  23.81%

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     216            FORESTRY                   TREE REMOVAL FEE (24" - 30" DIAMETER)                                                      EACH                                   600.00                  600.00                      600.00            600.00                         750,00 TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE                  25.00%

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     217            FORESTRY                   TREE REMOVAL FEE {30" - 36" DIAMETER)                                                      EACH                                   900.00                  900.00                      900.00:           900.00;                      1,000.ooj TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE                 11.11¾



     218            FORESTRY                   iTREE REMOVAL FEE (36" - 42,. DIAMETER)                                                    EACH                                  1,100.00             1,100.00                      1,100.00          1,100.00                       1,700.00 TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE                  54.55%

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     219            FORESTRY                   TREE REMOVAL FEE (42" AND OVER DIAMETER)                                                   EACH                                  1,300.00!            1,300.00                      1,300.00          1,300.00                       1,900.00 TREE MEASURED AT 4' ABOVE GRADE                   46.15%

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     220            FORESTRY                   BANNER INSTALLATION                                                                        EACH                       '              0.00                     0.00                        0.00              0.00                        50.00                                                 '"'NEWFEI




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    221       INCOME TAX   DELINQUENT PAYMENT AGREEMENT ADMINISTRATION FEE                                      EACH                                         15.00               15.00                   15.00                      15.00                           15.00 PLUS RELATED PENALTIES & INTERES"
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    222
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    223
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                           :eulLDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (GARAGE)                                                 EACH                                         15.00               15.00,                  15.00                      15.00:                           15.00


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    225
               SERVICES
                               BUILDING DEMOLITION PERMIT (RESIDENTIAL)                                         EACH                                         45.00,              45.00!                  45.00                      45.00                           45.00
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    226
               SERVICES
                               BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($1-$500 VALUE)                                             EACH                                         23.50               23.50                   23.50                      23.50                            23.50


              INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
    227                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($501-$2,000 VALUE)                                         BASE                                         23.50               23.50                   23.50;                     23.50                            23.50;
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    228                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($501-$2,000 VALUE)                                 EACH ADDITIONAL $100                                  3.05                 3.05'                   3.05                      3.05                              3.05              PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
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              INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
    229                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($2,001-$25,000 VALUE)                                      BASE                                         69.251              69.25                   69.25                      69.25                            69.25
               SERVICES

              INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
    230                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($2,001-$25,000 VALUE)                              EACH ADDJTIONAL $1,000                               14.00               14.00                   14.00!                     14.00                            14.00
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              INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                391.75'
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    231                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($25,001-$50,000 VALUE)                                     BASE                                        391.75              391.75                                             391.75                           391.75 '
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    232                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($25,001-$50,000 VALUE)                             EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                               10.10               10.10,
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                               BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($50,001-$100,000 VALUE)                                    BASE                                        643.75'.            643.75                  643.75                     643.75                           643.75               PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
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    2'4                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($50,001-$100,000 VALUE)                            EACH ADDJTIONAL $1,000                                 7.00'               7.00                    7.00
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    2'5                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($100,001-$500,000 VALUE)                                   BASE                                        993.75              993.75                  993.75
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    2'6                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($100,001-$500,000 VALUE)                           EACH ADDITIONAL $1,000                                 5.60                5.60                    5.60!                      5.60:
               SERVICES
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              INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                          3,233.75!                    3,233.75                  PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
    237                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES {$500,001-$1,000,000 VALUE)                                 BASE                                       3,233.75!           3,233.75;              3,233.75
               SERVICES
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              INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                           4.75                    4.75                       4.75                                 ~75           PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
    238                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES ($500,001-$1,000,000 VALUE)                         EACH ADDJTIONAL $1,000                                 ~75
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              INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                       5,608.75               5,608.75                    5,608.75                     5,608.75                  PER UNIFORM BUILDING CODE
    239                        BUILDING PERMIT FEES (OVER $1,000,000 VALUE)                                     BASE                                       5,608.75
               SERVICES
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LINE                          DEPT                                                                                                              UMT                                                     FEE,                                    FEE 1               FEE!
                                                                                                                                                                              "'                                         "'                                                                      ""                            CHANGE


                       INSPECTION
     241                                            BUILDING PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL. REINSPECTION, ETC.)                                PER HOUR                         50.00'                    50.00i          SO.DO                  50.00 '             SO.OD               MINIMUM Z HOURS
                        SERVICES
                                                                                                                                                                                                  - ---,----
                       INSPECTION                   BUILDING PERMIT (PRE-MANUFACTURED RESIDENTIAL
     242
                           SERVICES                 STRUCTURE)
                                                                                                                                               EACH                         50.00%                    50.00%          50.00%             50.00%                 50.00%         OF REGULAR BUJLDJNG PERMIT FEE


             : INSPECTION
     243                                                BUILDING PLAN REVIEW FEE (INCL FIRE REVIEW)                                        PERMIT FEE                       65.00%                    65.00%          65.00¾i            65.00%                                   OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE
             [             SERVICES
                                -----------------                                                           ---------------       -----                                                                  ------                i                 ---,           ~~:_0_0_~·1                                                               -

                                                                                                                                                                                                                  '
                       INSPECTION
     244
                           SERVICES
                                                        CONSTRUCTION BOARD OF APPEALS APPLICATION FEE                                          EACH                           0.00                      0.00          100.00              100.00                 100.00

                       INSPECTION
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        -,
     245                                            !ELECTRICAL PERMIT jBASE PERMIT)                                                           BASE                          35.00                     35.00!          35.00                  35.00i              35.oo 1
                        SERVICES
'        -                                                     . ·-"-·--·-·-·                                                                                                                    --                                                                                                      -------           --      - -----
                       INSPECTION
     246
                        SERVICES
                                                    ;El.ECTRICAL PERMIT (BASEBOARD HEAT UNITS)                                                 EACH                           8.00                      8.00            8.00                   s.oo:                8.00

                       INSPECTION
     247
                        SERVICES
                                                        ELECTRICAL PERMIT (CIRCUITS)                                                           EACH                           5.oo;                     5.00            5.00                   5.00                 5.00

                       INSPECTION
     248
                        SERVICES
                                                        ELECTRICAL PERMIT {DISHWASHER)                                                         EACH                           8.00                      8.00            8.00                   8.00                 8.00

                       INSPECTION
     249
                        SERVICES
                                                        ELECTRICAL PERMIT (ENERGY RETROFITfTEMP CONTROL)                                       EACH             !            45.00                     45.00           45.001                 45.00               45.00

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       '
                       INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   9,00 '
                                                                                                                                             EACH 50'                                                                                          9.00
     250
                        SERVICES
                                                        ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FEEDERS, BUS DUCTS, ETC.)                                                                          9.00                      9.00            9.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               .
     251 I INSPECTION                                   ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM MO DEVICES)                                              EACH                          75.00                     75.00           75.00                  75.00               75.00:
            SERVICES
    --                                                                                                                                                                                                                          i
                       INSPECTION
     252
                        SERVICES
                                                        ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM 11-20 DEVICES)                                           EACH                         150.00                    150.001         150.00              150.00                 150.00

                           INSPECTION
     253                                                El.ECTRICAL PERMIT (FIRE ALARM EA. STATION OVER 20 DEV)                           EACH DEVICE                         8.00                      8.00             8.00                  8.00                 8.00
                            SERVICES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     - ----     ---
                           INSPECTION
     254
                            SERVICES
                                                        ELECTRICAL PERMIT (FURNACE-UNIT HEATER)                                                EACH                           8.00                      8.00             8.00                  8,00                 8.00

                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  !
     255                                           ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-ADDITIONAL)                                                PER HOUR                         50.00                     50.00           50.00 '                50.00               35.00 '              MINIMUM 1 HOUR                           -30.00¾
                            SERVICES
                     ---      --------------------                                                                                                                                       -----
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        !
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       :               ----
                           INSPECTION
     256
                            SERVICES
                                                   ELECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-FINAL)                                                         EACH                         35.00                     35.ooi          35.00                  35.00                35.00
                     - - -----------                                            - --------            - -- - ---                          -- --------          _,   ---                                                                  --------- '    ,--   -- ---                                               ----'
                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                              :
     257                                                jEl.ECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-HOURLY FEE)                                            HOUR                          50.00                     50.00           50.00                  50.00                50.00               MINIMUM 1 HOUR
                            SERVICES

                           INSPECTION
     258
                            SERVICES
                                                        El.ECTRICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-SPECIAL/SAFETY)                                         HOUR                          so.oo;                    50.00           50.00                  50.00                50.00               MINIMUM 1 HOUR


                           INSPECTION
     259
                            SERVICES
                                                        ELECTRICAL PERMIT {KVA OR HP UP TO 20)                                                  EACH                          9.00                      9.00             9.001                 9.00                 9.00
                                                                                                                                                                '                                                                   ----·- ---
     260         I         INSPECTION                   ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA & HP 21 TO 50)                                                   EACH                         15.00                     15.00            15.00                 15.00                15.00
                            SERVICES
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                                                                                                                                   Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                                                              !Effective 1/1/2005)
                 I
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                                                                                                                                                                              2001:               2002                      2003                         2004              2005                      IIB'ARiMi                           .,
LINE                           DEPT                                 i.ies·cRTPTfON                                               UNIT                                         FEEi                  FEE                     FEE                          FEE                FEE                      co""MME'.fiJTs                   CHANGE


                        INSPECTION
    261
                         SERVICES
                                         ELECTRICAL PERMIT (KVA & HP 50 ANO OVER)                                                EACH                                        18.00              18.00                      18.00                    18.00                18.00

                        INSPECTION
    262
                           SERVICES
                                         ELECTRICAL PERMIT (LIGHTING FIXTURES-PER 25)                                            EACH                                         9.00                9.00                      s.oo'                        9.00              9.00
                                                                                                                  --
                                                                                                                                                               '
                        INSPECTION
    263
                         SERVICES
                                        ,ELECTRICAL PERMIT (METER INSPECTION/POWER TURN-ON}                                      EACH                                        25.00              25.00                      25.00   '                25.00! ACTUAL COSTS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  I
           --        -----------                                                                             --                                                                 --        -------------         ----
                           INSPECTION
                                        '
    264
                            SERVICES
                                         ELECTRICAL PERMIT (MOBILE HOME SITE)                                                    EACH                                         9.00                s.oo'                     9.00                         9.00',            9.00
-·-·--·--·---·       _,,


                           INSPECTION
    265                                      ELECTRICAL PERMIT (POWER OUTLETS.INC RANGES, DRYERS)                                EACH                                        10.00              10.00                      10.00                    10.00                10.00
                            SERVICES
                                              -·---· ·----·----                         -   --·--- _ _ . ---·- f-
                                                                                                    _, _,              -                                                        -- '           --                                   -----                             ------------                                       ------
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  ,___
                           INSPECTION
    266
                           SERVICES
                                             ELECTRICAL PERMIT (RECREATIONAL VEHICLE SITE)                                       EACH                                         8.00                8.00                      8.00                         8.00               8.00


                           INSPECTION
    267
                            SERVICES
                                             ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES OTO 200 AMP)                                            EACH                                        15.00              15.00                      15.00'                   15.00                 15.00,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 .i
                           INSPECTION
    268                                      ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 201 TO 600 AMP)                                         EACH                                        20.00              20.00                      20.00                    20.00                20.00:'
                            SERVICES
                                                                                                                   i                                                                                                               I
                           INSPECTION
    269
                            SERVICES
                                             ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES 601 TO 800 AMP)                                         EACH                                        23.00              23.00'                     23.00                    23.00                 2J.OO


                           INSPECTION
    270
                            SERVICES
                                             ELECTRICAL PERMIT {SERVICES 801 TO 1200 AMP)                                        EACH                                        30.00;             JD.OD                      JD.DD                    30.0D                 30.00


                           INSPECTION
    271
                            SERVICES
                                             ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SERVICES OVER 1200 AMP/GFI ONLY)                                 EACH                                        50.0D              SD.OD                      50.00                    SO.DO                 50.00


                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             I
                                                                                                                   '             EACH                                        15.00              15.00                      15.00                    15.00                 15.00'
    272                                      ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS LETTER)
                            SERVICES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i
                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                               2.00:                   2.00                         2.00 '             2.00
    273                                      ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS NEON)                                                    EACH25'                                        2.00
                            SERVICES

                           INSPECTION
    274
                            SERVICES
                                         !ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SIGNS UNIT}                                                         EACH                                        10.00              10.00:                     10.00                    10.00                 10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                      I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  '
                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                45.00!
    275
                            SERVICES
                                             ELECTRICAL PERMIT (SPECIAL CONDUIT/GROUNDING)                                       EACH                                        45.oo:             45.001                     45.00                                          45.00

'
                                                                                                            ---- -----------            --------------------
                                                                                                                                                                                      '
                                                                                                                                                                                                            +                          ----                                                                                  --
                           INSPECTION
    276
                            SERVICES
                                             ELECTRICAL PLAN REVIEW FEE                                                          EACH                                       25.00%    1
                                                                                                                                                                                              25.00%                      25.00%                  25.00%               25.00%                 OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE
                                                                                                                                                                                                ---------          --   --------r             -   -··-                       -·--· -      ----                                        -··-

                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     OF PERMIT FEE FOR ANY SYSTEM
    277                                      FIRE ALARM PLAN REVIEW FEE                                                                                                       0.00                  0.00                  25.00%'                 zs.00•1              25.00¾i
                            SERVICES                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            OVER 10 DEVICES

                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                     200.00,'
    276
                            SERVICES
                                             GARAGE MOVING FEE                                                                   EACH                                       200.00             200.00                                              200.00!              200.00'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ---------
                           INSPECTION    !
    279
                            SERVICES
                                         :BUILDING MOVING FEE (EXCEPT GARAGE)                                                    EACH                                       500.DO             500.00                     500.00                   500.00               500.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                            -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               -
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  '
                           INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                      75.DO                                          75.00
    280                                      HOUSING INSPECTION                                                                EACH-BASE                                     60.00              60.001                                               75.001
                            SERVICES




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                                                                                                                                       Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
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LINE             DEPT                                             ui:SC     ruON
                                                                                                           -

                                                                                                                                   UNIT                       i             ""
                                                                                                                                                                             FEE              FEE                 FEE'           Fee                      FEE                  colifrifi:Nts                        CHANGE


            INSPECTION
  281
             SERVICES
                                      ·HOUSING INSPECTION                                                                   PER UNIT OVER 1                                10.00         10.00,                 15.00          15.00i                  1s.oo;
            INSPECTION
  282
             SERVICES
                                      FIRST HOUSING RE-INSPECTION                                                             EACH-BASE                                     0.00             0.00               50.00          so.oo    1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       50.00


            INSPECTION
  283                                 FIRST HOUSING RE-INSPECTION (MULTIPLE UNITS)                                          PER UNJT OVER 1                                 0.00             0.00               10.00          10.00                   10.00
              SERVICES                                                                                     ,        _____
                           --------                                                              -   ---                                                ---
            INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                          60.00:
  284                                 SECOND HOUSING RE-INSPECTION                                                            EACH-BASE                                     0.00             0.00                              60.00                   60.00
              SERVICES

            INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                     I
  285         SERVICES                :seCOND HOUSING RE-INSPECTION (MULTIPLE UNITS)                                        PER UNIT OVER 1                                 0.00             0.00               15.00'         15.001                  15.00
---             --- ----              ,
                              - - _______             ---- ----           - ---- ------                                      - - - ---- ------ ------                                   --                                       ------ - - -- ---- -------        - - --- -- ---                   -----
            INSPECTION
  286
             SERVICES
                                      THIRD HOUSING RE-INSPECTION                                                             EACH-BASE                                     o.oo:            0.00.              75.00          75.001                   75.00

            INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                              1
  287                                 THIRD HOUSING RE-INSPECTION (MULTIPLE UNITS)                                          PER UNIT OVER 1                                 0.00             0.00               20.00          20.00                    20.00
             SERVICES
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        -       "
            INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  NO FEE IFITEMS NO TEO ARE
  288                                     FIRST HOUSING RE-INSPECTION - EXTERIOR                                              EACH-BASE                                     0.00             0.00               15.00          15.00                    15.00                  CORRECTED
             SERVICES

            INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                      0.00             0.00               30.00          30.00
  289                                     SECOND HOUSING RE-INSPECTION· EXTERIOR                                              EACH-BASE                                                                                                                 30.001
             SERVICES

  290
            INSPECTION
             SERVICES
                                      ,HOUSING-RENTAL HOUSING REGISTRATION FEE (1 • 4 UNITS)
                                                                                                               I
                                                                                                                                                                            0.00             0.00               10.00!         10.00!                   10.00:                                              '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           '

            INSPECTION                1                                                                                                                                     0.00             0.00               20.00          20.00                    20.00
  291                                 HOUSING--RENTAL HOUSING REGISTRATION FEE (5 -10 UNITS)
             SERVICES                                                                                                                                                               I
            INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                              I
  292                                     HOUSING-RENTAL HOUSING REGISTRATION FEE (11- 20 UNITS)                                                                            0.00,            0.00               30.00          30.00                    30.00
             SERVICES

                    INSPECTION            HOUSING-RENTAL HOUSING REGISTRATION FEE (21- 30 UNITS)                                                                             0.00            0.00               40.00,         40.00                    40.00
       293                                                                                                                                                    '
                     SERVICES
1, .... _,.,.,, ·-·--····-                          --------                                                                                                                                                               '                                                                                            - ----
                    INSPECTION                                                                                                                                               0.00            0.00               50.00,                                  50.00
       294                                HOUSING-RENTAL HOUSING REGISTRATION FEE {31 + UNITS)                                                                                                                                  50.001
                     SERVICES

            INSPECTION                                                                                                      EACH VIOLATION                                   0.00            0.00              100.00          100.00                 100.00
  295                                     LATE FEE FOR RENTAL UNITS NOT REGISTERED BY MARCH 15
             SERVICES
                        ---------                                                                --------- '                                        -----                                    ----                                                             --                                        --1
             INSPECTION               '                                                                                                                                                                                    '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 -




  296         SERVICES
                                          HOUSING-WARRANT INSPECTION FEE                                                           EACH                                    150.00       150.00                 150.00          150.00                 150.00
        - - - ---,---             ---- ---                                -----   ------ ---                       ______     _,_,,,
                                                                                                                                                                   -                    -----   ... ,__ ------------   -                                                                                            -----
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           '
             INSPECTION
  297
              SERVICES
                                          LIQUOR LICENSE INSPECTION FEE                                                            EACH                                     75.00        75.00                  75.001          75.00                   75.00


             INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 45.00,
  298
              SERVICES
                                          LIQUOR LICENSE RE-INSPECTION FEE                                                         EACH                                     45.00        45.00                   45.00          45.00


             INSPECTION
  299
              SERVICES
                                          MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-COMMERCIAL HODOS)                                        EACH                                     15.00;        15.00                  15.00          15.00i                  15.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                     :

             INSPECTION                                                                                                            EACH                                     60.00        60.00                   60.00          60,00                   60.00
  300                                     MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-OVER 10,000 CFM)
              SERVICES




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                                                                                                                      Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                                                 (Effective 1/1/2005
                                                                                                              I                                  '                                                       I                                  I

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LINE                 I             DEPT                                        i.Jl:SclUP ,,o,~                     UNIT                         i             FEE           FEE                   FEE                  FEE          FEE'              CO"MlifENT:..                        CHANGE


                            INSPECTION
     301
                             SERVICES
                                               !MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-RES BA TH & KITCHEN)               EACH                                        5.00         5.00                   s.oo!            5.00            s.ooj                                             i
                                                                                                                                                                                                          I                    I
                                                                                                                                                                                                               ,-~---

                            INSPECTION
      302
                              SERVICES
                                               'MECHANICAL PERMIT (AIR HANDLERS-UNDER 10,000 CFM)                  EACH                                       20.00        20.00:             20.00                20.00,          20.00


                            INSPECTION
      303
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-CHILLER)                           EACH                                       30.00        30.00              30.00                30.00           30.00
              ''''       ''''''                                                                                            ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,                                ,,,,,
                                                                                                                                                                                      '
                            INSPECTION
      304
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-COMPRESSOR)                        EACH                                       30.00        30,00               30.00               30.00           30.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       ,,,,,,,,


                            INSPECTION
      305
                             SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-COOLING TOWERS)                    EACH                                       30.00        30.00               30.00:              30.00           30.00
,     ____
                                                                                                                                                             '''''''''''                                                                        -                ---                                      -
                                                                                                              :                                                                       '                                                     :
                            INSPECTION
      306
                             SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRIG-EVAPORA TOR COILS)                 EACH                                       30.00        30.00               30.00               30.001          30.00,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            '
                             INSPECTION         MECHANICAL PERMIT (A/C & REFRlG-REFRIGERA TION SPLIT
      307                                                                                                          EACH                                       30.00        30.00,'             30.00               30.00           30.00                                              !
                              SERVICES          SYSTEM)
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ----             ·---         ......
                             INSPECTION
      30B
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                                    EACH                                       35.00        35.00               35.00               35.00           35.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               i
                             INSPECTION                                                                                                                                     0.101                                                                   $25.00 MINIMUM FEE
      309                                       MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/DUCT)                         PER FOOT                                     0.10,                               0.10                 0.10         0.10
                              SERVICES

                             INSPECTION
      310                                       MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/PIPING)                       PER FOOT                                      0.10        0.10                   0.10,                0.10         0.10           $25.00 MINIMUM FEE
                              SERVICES
                                                                                                              i
                             INSPECTION
      311
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/RESTAURANT HOODS)              EACH                                       50.00        50.00              150.00,            150.00            150.00
                                                                    .....~·-                                                                                                                               i                   '
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      i

                             INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                             $20.00 MINIMUM FEE
      312                                       MECHANICAL PERMIT (FIRE SUPPRESSION/SPRINKLER HEADS)              PER HEAD                                      0.75        o.75:                  0.75                 0.75 '       0.75
                              SERVICES

                             INSPECTION         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEAT RECOVERY UNITS/THRU-WALL FAN                                                                       10.00:
      313
                              SERVICES          COILS)
                                                                                                                   EACH                                       10.00                            10.00               10.00            10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          -----~~---
                             INSPECTION
      314
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT {HEATING-BOILER CONTROLS, PUMPS)                 EACH                                       10.00        10.00               10.00               10.00            10.00

                             INSPECTION
      315
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-BOILERS)                                EACH                                       30.00        30.00               30.00!              30.00            30.00
    .......          '                                                                                 ....
                                                                                                                                                       ·············· '       .....                                         +                                                   ...


      316 , INSPECTION                          MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-CHIMNEY, FACTORY BUil1)                 EACH                                       25.00        25.00               25.00;              25.00            25.oo,
                                  SERVICES
     -·~·-- '                                --- ---             ···-..                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 ....
                             INSPECTION
                                                                                                                                                                                               -
                                                                                                                                                                                                           '                   !
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     a.ooi
      317
                              SERVICES
                                                '
                                                :MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEA TING-FLUENENT DAMPER)                      EACH                                         8.00        8.001                  a.ooi                s.oo·

                             INSPECTION
      316
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS FIRE PLACES)                        EACH                                       20.00:       20.00               20.00               20.00 '          20.00
                                                                                                                                                                                          '
                                                                                                                                                                                          '
                             INSPECTION         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS PIPE TESTING NEW
      316
                              SERVICES          SERVICE)
                                                                                                                   EACH                                       20.001       20.00               20.00               20.00            20.00


                             INSPECTION
      320
                              SERVICES
                                                MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS PIPING EACH OPENING)                EACH                                         5.00        5.00                   5.oo;                5.00         5.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            i



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                                                                                                                               Master Fee Resolution - Schedule of Fees
                                                                                                                                         (Effective 1f1f2005)
                                                                                                                                                                 I                         I

                                                                                                                                                          20011                    2002                                      2004                            2005               DEPARTilfENT                          ¾
LINE                 DEPT
                                     '
                                                                        ..,,-,,.                                             UNIT                          FEE                     FEE:                     ""
                                                                                                                                                                                                            FEE               FEE
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              FEE               CO"™"""'                            CHANGE


               INSPECTION
 321
                   SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-GAS/OIL BURNING EQUIPMENT)                               EACH                        30.00,                  30.00                      30.00          30.00                        30.00
                                                                                                                                                                 i
               INSPECTION
 322
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS COMMERCIAL)                                   EACH                        30.00                   30.00                      30.00          30.00                        30.00


               INSPECTION                MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS, COMPLETE
 323
                SERVICES                 RESIDENT)
                                                                                                                             EACH                        30.00                   30.00                      30.00;         30.00                        30.00
                                                                                                                                                                                    ..... .............                        ... ,
               INSPECTION                MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-HEAT PUMPS, COMPLETE
                                                                                                            '
 324
                   SERVICES              RESIDENT)
                                                                                                                             EACH                        30.00                    30.00                     30.00          30.00                        30.00'


               INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i
 325
                SERVICES
                                     ,MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-RESIDENTIAL A/C)                                            EACH                        30.00                    30.00!                    JO.OD          JO.OD!                        30.00
..... --· ·- ·-·· ··-·.. --·-·"--·                                                 -··   ------- - - ----- ---- ------ ---                         -··                                          .. ··-···                                              --------                    ---- - -------- -----   -- --
               INSPECTION
  326
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-RESIDENTIAL SYSTEM)                                      EACH                        50.00,                   50.00!                    50.00          50.00i                        50.00


               INSPECTION
  327
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-SOLAR, SET OF 3 PANELS)                                  EACH                        20.00i'                  20.00                     20.00          20.00                         20.00

               INSPECTION                MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING•SOLID FUEL EQUIPMENT
  328
                SERVICES                 COMPLETE)
                                                                                                                             EACH                        30.00                    30.00                     30.00          30.00                         30.00


               INSPECTION
  329
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HEATING-WATER HEATER)                                            EACH                        10.00                    10.00                     10.00          10.00                            10.00

               INSPECTION
  330
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (HUMIDIFIERS)                                                     EACH                        10.00                    10.00                     10.00;         10.001                           10.00;
                                                                                                            .
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             .i..

  331
               INSPECTION
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT [lNSPECTION•ADDlTIONAL)                                           EACH                        35.00                    35.00                     35.00          35.00i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   r                        35.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ··:·•

                SERVICES
                                                                                                            i
               INSPECTION
  332
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION•FlNAL)                                                EACH                        35.00                    35.oo!                    35.00          35.00                            35.00

               INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                  •                                           '
  333
                SERVICES
                                     'MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-HOURLY RA TE)                                            EACH                        50.001                   50.00                     50.00          50.00~                           50.00
                                                                                                                                                                                           ''                                                         --- - --- -----
               INSPECTION
  334
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION•SPECIALJSAFETY)                                       EACH                        50.00                    50.00!                    50.00          50.00                            50.00
                                                                                                                                                                  I
               INSPECTION
  335
                SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (INSPECTION-TURN ON GAS)                                          EACH                        35.00                    35.00                     35.00          35.00                            35.00
       .........              ....
                                     I                                                                          ...                       ... I                                                              .....                                      .   .........
                                                                                                                                                                                           '
               INSPECTION             MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/HAZARDOUS 1--4                                                                                                                            I                                                1
  336                                                                                                                        EACH                         5.00                     5.00                      5.00,           5.00                             5.00 '
                SERVICES              OUTLETS)
                                         - ----      - ---   - - ----   -·                                                                                            - -- ---- --------                                 ...........       ....•...                                                           •          . ...

               INSPECTION                MECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPING/HAZARDOUS 5+ MORE
  337 i                                                                                                               PER OUTLET                          1.00                     1.00                      1.00             1.00                            1.00
                SERVICES                 OUTLETS)
      I                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      •••••J


               INSPECTION             MECHANICAL PERMIT [PROCESS PIPING/NON-HAZARDOUS 1-4
  338                                                                                                                        EACH                         2.00                     2.001                     2.00            2.00:                            2.00
                SERVICES             ;OUTLETS)                                                                                                                                                                                         .
  339
                   INSPECTION            jMECHANICAL PERMIT (PROCESS PIPINGJNON•HAZARDOUS 5+                                                              0.50                     0.50                      0.50             o.so!                           0.50
                                                                                                                      PER OUTLET
                    SERVICES              OUTLETS)

                   INSPECTION
  340
                    SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (ROOFTOP HVAC UNIT)                                               EACH                        60.00                    60.00                     60.00!         60.00                            60.00




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                                                                                                                                                                !Effective 1/1/2005)
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LINE                  DEPT                                      ,JEifCR.lPTfON                                                                     UNIT
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                                                                                                                                                                            I
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                                                                                                                                                                                                   FEE                 FEE                     FEEi                 FEE                    FEE                             co~s                                      CHANGE


                   INSPECTION
 341
                   SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (TANKS-ABOVEGROUND)                                                                    EACH                                            20.00              20.00                   20.00;                20.00                 20.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             ···I······
                   INSPECTION
 342
                   SERVICES
                                     'MECHANICAL PERMIT (TANKS-UNDERGROUND)                                                                       EACH                                            25.00              25.00                   25.00                 25.00                 25.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                           '                                                                                              .,.... ·- ·--·"--"-   --------   - - --- -- --------- --     -------
                   INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                I
 343
                   SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT {UNIT HEATERS/TERMINAL UNITS)                                                          EACH                                            15.00              15.00                   15,00                 15.00                 15.00
       .......                ....                                                                                                                               .......                            ....               ····· ............     .......                ......
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            ··· I             .
                                     '                                                                                     '
                   INSPECTION
 344
                   SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PERMIT (UNIT VENTILATORS)                                                                     EACH                                            10.00              10.00                   10.00                 10.00                 10.00


                   INSPECTION
 345
                    SERVICES
                                         MECHANICAL PLAN REVIEW FEE                                                                               EACH                                           25.00%             25.00%                  25.00%                25.00%                25.00% '                OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE
-----                                          ----------                        - -- - -- - - - -- - --- ------   _____ ,         - - - - --             .. ··-·                                                                                                                                 L        •----•-"                                                         ..
                   INSPECTION
 346
                    SERVICES
                                         PLUMBING PERMIT (BASE PERMIT)                                                                            EACH                                            35.00              35.00                   35.00 '               35.00,                35.00i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                              '                                                                                 i

                   INSPECTION         PLUMBING PERMIT (CONNECTION BLDG. DRAIN; SEWERS AT                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        I
 347
                    SERVICES
                                                                                                                                                  EACH                                             8.00               8.00 '                  8.00                  8.00                   8.00
                                     iSTREET)

 348
                   INSPECTION
                                     !PLUMBING PERMIT (FIXTURES, FLOOR DRAINS, LAB DEVICES)                                                       EACH                                             8.00               8.00   '                8.00                  8.00                   8.00
                    SERVICES

                   INSPECTION
 349
                    SERVICES
                                         PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION ADDITIONAL)                                                                  EACH                                            35.00'             35.00                   35.00                 35.00                 35.00


                   INSPECTION                                                                                                                                               I
 350
                    SERVICES
                                         PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION FINAL)                                                                       EACH                                            35.00              35.00                   35.00!                35.00                 35.00


                   INSPECTION
 351
                    SERVICES
                                         PLUMBING PERMIT (INSPECTION HOURLY FEE)                                                                  EACH                                            50.00              50.00                   so.oo:                50.00                 50.00,


                   INSPECTION
 352
                    SERVICES
                                         PLUMBING PERMIT {INSPECTION SPECIAUSAFETY}                                                               EACH                                            50.00i             50.00                   50.00                 50.00                  50.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             i

                   INSPECTION
 353
                    SERVICES
                                         PLUMBING PERMIT (MANHOLES-CATCHBASINS)                                                                   EACH                                            10.00              10.00                   10.00                 10.00                  10.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                               '
                   INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                   I
 354                                     PLUMBING PERMIT (MEDICAL GAS INSTALLATION)                                                             PER OUTLET                                         0.00               0.00                    8.00i                 8.00                   8.00
                    SERVICES
                                                                                                                                                                                '
                   INSPECTION            PLUMBING PERMIT (REDUCED PRESSURE BACKFLOW
 355
                    SERVICES             PREVENTER)
                                                                                                                                                  EACH                                            10.00              10.00                   10.00:                10.00                  10.00                                                                 '
   .....       ,                         ...                                                                       .....
                                                                                                                                                             ················ .......               ....
                                                                                                                                                                                                                             1--                            ...                              ......

                   INSPECTION
                                                                                                                                                                                                               '
 356
                    SERVICES
                                         ;PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWAGE SUMPS & EJECTORS)                                                               EACH                                            10.00              10.00                   10.00                 10.00:                 10.00
                                                                                                  ------     -----     .                                                                                           ____ ..
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       _._                                           ...          ,--
                   INSPECTION
 357
                    SERVICES
                                         PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWERS-SANITARY OR STORM OVER 6")                                                       EACH                                            25.00              25.00                   25.00                 25.00                  25.00


                   INSPECTION
 356                                     PLUMBING PERMIT (SEWERS-SANITARY OR STORM UNDER 6")                                                      EACH                                             8.00               8.00                     8.00                 8.00                   8.00
                    SERVICES

                   INSPECTION
 359                                     PLUMBING PERMIT (STACKS, VENTS, CONDUCTORS)                                                              EACH                                             5.00               5.00                     5.oo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    5.00                   5.00
                    SERVICES                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    i
                                                                                                                               I                                                                                                                                                                      I

                   INSPECTION            'rLUMBING PERMIT (SUB-SOIL DRAINS)                                                                       EACH                                             8.00               8.00                     8.00                 8.00                   8.00
 '"                 SERVICES                                                                                                                                                                                                   i                                                  i




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LINE                DEPT                                  SCIUFi , ,o,.                                 UNIT                                       FEE                        FEE                             FEE                               FEE                              FEE                     co                             CHANGE


                 INSPECTION
 361
                  SERVICES
                              PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM-1-1/2'')                      EACH                                      30.00                     30.00                            30.00                            30.00                             30.00


                 INSPECTION
 362
                  SERVICES
                              PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1-1/4")                      EACH                                      23.00                     23.00                            23.00                            23.00                             23.00

                 INSPECTION
 363
                  SERVICES
                              PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--1")                          EACH                                      15.00                     15.00                            15.00                            15.00                             15.00
                                                                                                                                                                           .........                                 I                       ...........                                  !                                     .

                 INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         I
 364
                 SERVICES
                              PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--2")                          EACH                                      38.00                     38.00                            38.00                            38.00                             38,00,


                 INSPECTION
 365
                 SERVICES
                              PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM--3/4")                         EACH                                      8.00                       8.00                             8.001                            8.00                              8.0C
------ ~----·--··                                                                           .i.                       ..                                      -- - -----                                       ---- I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       I
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              -------      ----            :--
                 INSPECTION
 366
                 SERVICES
                              ,PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM-OVER 2")                      EACH                                     45.00                     45.00                            45.00                            45.00                             45.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    j
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           i
                                                                                                                                                          !
                 INSPECTION
 367
                  SERVICES
                              PLUMBING PERMIT {WATER SERVICE 2" TO 6'1                                  EACH                                     2S.00                     25.00                            25.00                            25.00                             2S.00                                                I
                                                                                                                                                          i
                 INSPECTION
 368
                  SERVICES
                                  PLUMBING PERMIT (WATER SERVICE LESS THAN 2")                          EACH                                       8.00                      8.00                             8.00                              8.00                             8.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       !
                                                                                              !
                                                                                                                            .
                 INSPECTION
 369
                  SERVICES
                                  PLUMBING PERMIT {WATER SERVICE OVER 6"}                               EACH                                     50.00                     50.00                            50.00                            50.00                             50.00
                                                                                                                            i                                                                                          .



                 INSPECTION
 370
                  SERVICES
                                  PLUMBING Pl.AN REVIEW FEE                                             EACH                                    25.00¾                25.00¾                              25.00¾!                          25.00¾                            25.00¾              OF APPLICABLE PERMIT FEE

                 INSPECTION
 371
                  SERVICES
                                  PROPERTY MAINTENANCE CODE APPEAL APPLICATION FEE                      EACH                                       0.00                      0.00!                        100.00                            100.00                            100.00      1




                 INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                            ,VPUCAIIU ILDG        ,,..,,r       , . , , ~ c • •u,o , • ..,,,, ·     ,.,,u.,.,u; •=
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           """"'JT
 372                              ROOFING PERMIT (RE-ROOF OVER OLD ROOF/1l.AYERS MAX)              $100 PER SQUARE                                 0 00                      0.00;FEE 6A$El) ON VAl.UE Cf                  R;E IU,SijQ CN VALL/Ii OF       ra: IIASED CN VALU!CP
                  SERVICES                                                                                                                                i                            ••®JJ<••
                                                                                                                                                                                       !
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           SQUAPIU                                •COUAPIU



  373
                 INSPECTION
                  SERVICES
                                  ROOFING PERMIT (STRIP THEN RE-ROOF)                              $200 PER SQUARE                                 0.00                      0.00      !:;:~~:~~~~i:T
                                                                                                                                                                                           SCUM!>
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           ,.,.ueABU 11.llO ..... ,r APPUCABl.li BLOC PEIWJT
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           FEE IIA•EC CN VAWI! CP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                           RlUAJU:S
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               , a IIASlC 01'1 VALUE CP
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      aCIUARU
                                                                                                                                                          !                                                                                                                                                                                        --
                 INSPECTION                                                                                                                                                                APPl,JCA.l.fi '1.0B PE'™1T ..,.,ucAl!.I! 11.DG Pl!RUIT APPLICAII.E IWO PEIIMIT
  374                             ROOFING PERMIT {STRIP, RE-SHEET, THEN RE-ROOF)                   $250 PER SQUARE                                 0.00                      0.00 ,g••,,uccNVAUl00¥                   fE•IIA•Ell<>NVAWECP          FUIIASEl)QNVAU!ECF
                  SERVICES                                                                                                                                                                 :SC,UA..U                  SQUARD                             &TfON                                 UNIT                  I                             FEE                   FEE                 FEE                                       FEE                     FEE,                COMMENTS                          CHANGE

                                                                                                                            '
 40\      PARKS            '
                           ;PARKS (MOVE BENCHES)                                                      EACH                          ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS: ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS,
                           I
                                                                                                                                                                                               $25 PLusl                       s2s PLus 1                       s2s PLusl
 402      PARKS                PARKS (MOVE BLEACHERS)                                                 EACH                          ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL cosn, ACTUAL COSTS! ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTS:
                           '
                                                                                       ··-··
                                                                                                                                                                                               $10 PLUS                        $10 PLUS                         $10 PLUS
 403      PARKS                PARKS (MOVE PICNIC TABLES)                                             EACH                          ACTUAL COST~ ACTUAL COSTS, ACTUAL COSTS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ACTIJAL COSTS! ACTIJAL COSTS
                     ..
                     ,     ,                                                               ..                        ... ,..                                     '                     j              ... 1                                                                 1
                                                                                                                                                                                 $100 PLUS
                                                                                                                                                                                       I      $100 PLUS
                                                                                                                                                                                              $100 PLUS
 404      PARKS                PARKS (MOVE STAGE)                                                     EACH                          ACTUAL COSTS! ACTUAL COSTSI ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COST~ ACTUAL COSTS
                                                                                                                                          ,.,.,    ..            !                     I       $15PLUS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                ········"········.. ---, .. ----.----
                                                                                                                                                                                                                    $15 PLUS       $15 PLUS
 405      PARKS                 PARKS (SNOW FENCE)                                                    EACH                          ACTUAL COSTSI ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTI                                     ACTUAL COST;-: ACTUAL COST~
                                                                                           -----     - ----                                                  -I                                     -      I                                            .....                                                    ..
 406      PARKS                 PARKS (SNOW FENCE RENTAL- NON-RESIDENTS)                            PER ROLL                                             5.00                   5.00               10.00                                  10.00                     10.00

                                                                                                                            '                                                                   $5 PLUS     $5 PWS       $5 PLUS
 407      PARKS                 PARKS jUSE OF GARBAGE CANS)                                           EACH                  : ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COST~
                                                                                                                                                                                           ACTUAL cos~ ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COST!

                                                                                       i
 408      PARKS                 PARKS (PLASTIC BAGS FOR GARBAGE CANS)                               EACH BAG                                                                                        0.10                                     0.10                    0.10
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       !


                                                                                                                                                                                                            1

 409      PARKS            'WEOOING COORDINATION                                                    PER EVENT                                                                                      10.00                                   25.00                    25.oo,

                            '
 410     Pl.ANNING              MASTER Pl.AN COPY {CITY, DOA, LDFA) - COLOR                           EACH                                              119.00             119.00 '               119.00                                119.oo:                    119.00
                                                                                                                                                                     ··················I···
 411     Pl.ANNING              MASTER Pl.AN COPY (CITY, ODA, LDFA) - B & W                           EACH                                               25.oo
                                                                                                                                                                 '            25.00                25.00                                   25.00                    35.00                                                     40.DD¾
                                                                                                                                                                 1




 412     PLANNING               OOWNTOWN Pl.AN COPY                                                   EACH                                               30.00                30.00                30.00                                   JO.DO                    JO.DO

                                                                                                                                                                                                            '

 413 :   Pl.ANNING              MYLAR COPIES OF AERIALS                                               EACH                                                0.00                  0.00                0.00                                      0.00                  10.ooi'                                                 '"'NEW FEE


 414      ZONING                SPECIAL MEETING FEE (Pl.ANNING, ZBA)                               PER REQUEST                                          400.00              400.00                400.00,                               400.00                     400.00,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        i                                                              '

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 1 000 oo'OR 2% OFABATEOTAXES (WHICHEVER
 415     Pl.ANNING          '_OBSOLETE PROPERTY REHAB FILING        & MONITORING FEE                  EACH                                          1,000.00            1,000.00!               1,000.00                            1,000.00                      '   .               IS LESS)
                                                                                                                    .....           ...                     ..   ,                                   ....... ······                                                                                             . ..                    ..

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                OR 2% OF ABATED TAXES (WHICHEVER
 416     Pl.ANNING          '.IFT/CFT APPLICATION FEE                                                 EACH                                          1,722.00            1,722.00                1,722.00                            1,122.00;                    1,722.00                    IS LESS)
                                           ___ ,,_
                         ---1----------                                                                                                                          i                                    --- ----------------               ------- --------               -------                         -----              -- --- ---------

 417     Pl.ANNING              IFT/CFT APPLICATION FEE {BASE ADMINISTRATION FEE)                     EACH                                              250,00              250.00                250.00                                250.00                     250.00


 418     Pl.ANNING              GROUNDWATER ORDINANCE APPLICATION FEE                                 EACH                                                o.ooi                 0.00                0.00                                500.00                     500.00

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  IF TAX CAPTURE FEE BASED ON
 419     Pl.ANNING              BROWNFIELD DEVELOPMENT APPLICATION FEE                                EACH                                          2,500.00             2,500.00               2,500.00:                           2,500.00                     2,500.00                 ACTl.lAL COSTS
                                                                                                                            •



                                POLICE REPORTS -ACCIDENT & OFFENSE (EACH ADDITIONAL
 420 i    POLICE
                                PAGE)
                                                                                                      EACH                      i                         1.00                  1.00                1.00,                                     0.25                   0.25
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                                                                                              _J_Effective 1/1/2005
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LINE
          I    DEPT                               cias-c""R:[P"Tfo                UNIT
                                                                                                                 2001
                                                                                                                 FEE
                                                                                                                                2D02
                                                                                                                                 FEE
                                                                                                                                            2003
                                                                                                                                             FEE
                                                                                                                                                           2004
                                                                                                                                                           FEE
                                                                                                                                                                      2005
                                                                                                                                                                      FEEi
                                                                                                                                                                                  lcP-Al'fTlii{El'il
                                                                                                                                                                                   c~CiMIU\'ElilTS
                                                                                                                                                                                                             %
                                                                                                                                                                                                           CHANGE

                       I
    421       POLICE   :POLICE REPORTS. ACCIDENT & OFFENSE (FIRST PAGE)          EACH                            5.50           5.50         5.50          5.50       5.50

                                                                                                                                                                             !
    422       POLICE   ;e1KE REGISTRATION {CHANGE OWNERSHIP)                     EACH                            ODO            2.00!       2.00           2.00:      2.00


    423       POLICE       BIKE REGISTRATION (DUPLICATE)                         EACH                            14,            1.00
                                                                                                                                       I
                                                                                                                                             1.00          1.00       1.00
I                                                                                                                                                   I                        I

    424       POLICE       BIKE REGISTRATION (ENGRAVING)                         EACH                            3.00           3.00         3.00          3.00       3.00


    425       POLICE       BIKE REGISTRATION {NEW)                               EACH                            2.00           ODO          2.00          000        000


    426       POLICE       CITATION COPY                                         EACH                             3.00          3.00         3.00          5.50       5.50


    427       POLICE   I CONCEALED    WEAPON PERMIT (INCL. FlNGERPRINl)           EACH                          Jo.co          ao.oo       Jo.co;         Jo.oo      30.00
                                                                                                                                                    Y"
                                                                                                                                                    I
    426       POLICE   'FALSE ALARM FEE (4TH IN YEAR)                             EACH                          25.00          25.ooi      2s.oo'         30.00!     30.00i


    429       POLICE       FALSE ALARM FEE (5TH IN YEAR)                          EACH                          50.00;         50.oo;      50.00          60.001     60.00


    430       POLICE       FALSE ALARM FEE (6TH OR MORE IN YEAR)                  EACH                          60.00,         60.00       60.00          75.00      75.00
e---+-----+----------------------+-------·---+------ji···
    431       POLICE       FINGERPRINTING (NON-CRIMINAUNON-WEAPON)                EACH                           10.00         10.00        10.00         15.00      15.00

                                                                                                                                            T
    432       POLICE       OUIL COST RECOVERY FEE                                 EACH            · ACTUAL cosTsl ACTUAL cosT~ ACTUAL cos TS ACTUAL cosTS! ACTUAL cosTS!


    433       POLICE       PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (ENLARGED)                     EACH                           15.00         15.00        15.00         15.00      15.00


    434       POLICE       PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (STD SIZE)                     EACH                           10.00         10.00        10.00:        10.ooi              '
                                                                                                                                                                     10.001
                                                                                                                                                    I

    435       POLICE       PHOTOGRAPH REPRODUCTION (CO-ROM)                       EACH                            0.00          o.oo:        0.00          5.00       5.00
                                                                          I                                                                                                                            I
    436       POLICE       SALVAGE INSPECTION                                     EACH                           27.00!        27.00        27.00         30.00      30.00
                                                                          I                                                     ·-·I----,                ···-1·      ·--·-I
    437       POLICE       VEHICLE IMPOUND FEE (PRIVATE)                          EACH                           50.00         50.00        50.00         50.00      50.00
                                                                                                                         l
    436       POLICE       VEHICLE IMPOUND FEE (COURT-ORDERED)                EVERY 30 DAYS                      50.00         50.00        50.00         50.00      50.00


1439 : RECREATION      IBASEBALL(ADULT)                                           TEAM            i             950.00       950.00        950.00,       985.00,   1,015.00                                 l.OS'/4



    440 I RECREATION :BASEBALL (YOUTH)                                            TEAM            I             600.00       soo.oo·       600.ool       soo.oo:    600.00i




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                                                              u"Es-C~TPlfo,..                                                                                        FEE'                                                            col;fli\l:Nis
UNe                   DEPT                                                                UNIT
                                                                                                                              "'              "'                                             "'                   "'                                           CHANGE


     441           RECREATION         BASKETBALL (MEN'S CITY LEAGUE MAJOR)                                                                                       565.00               S65.00                    565.00                                    '
                                                                                         TEAM                               565.00         565.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            .
                                                                                                                                                                             1                                   25.oo;
     442           RECREATION         BASKETBALL (GRADE SCHOOL PLAYER FEE)              PLAYER                               20.00           20.00                 2s.00                 25.001
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     443           RECREATION CITY TOURNAMENT (GA TE ENTRY FEE)                         ADULTS                                2.00            2.00                  2.00                    2.00                  2.00
'       ....                      I                                                                   ....                                                           ....    '       ................             .......
     444           RECREATION         CITY TOURNAMENT (GAlE ENTRY FEE)                 STUDENTS                               1.00            1.00                  1.00                    1.00                  1.00




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     445           RECREATION
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                                      FALL LEAGUE SOFTBALL MINOR                         TEAM                               230.00          230.00               245.00
                                                                                                                                                                          ., I
                                                                                                                                                                                       245.00                   245.00
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     446           RECREATION         FALL OPEN GYM (YOUTH)                            PER PERSON                             1.00            1.00                  1.00                    1.00                  1.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                            .                             .
     447           RECREATION         FALL OPEN GYM (ADULTI                            PER PERSON                             ,oo             2.00!                 2.00                    2.001                 2.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          !
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     448           RECREATION         HIGH SCHOOL CITY TOURNAMENT (BASEBALL)             TEAM                               120.00          120.00;              120.00                135.00                   135.00
                                                                                                                                                     '

     449           RECREATION         HIGH SCHOOL CITY TOURNAMENT (SOFTBALL)             TEAM                               150.00          150.00               150.00                165.oo·                  165.00
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     450           RECREATION         JUNIOR SUMMER TENNIS LEAGUE                        TEAM                                75.00'          75.ooi                75.00                 75.00                   95.00                                           :Z6.67%

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     451           RECREATION         OUTDOOR SOCCER (ADULT)                             TEAM                               650.00          650.00               665.00                675.00                   675.00


     452           RECREATION         PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL                             RESIDENT                             50.00           50.00                 50.00                 50.00                  100.00                                          100.00'/4
                                                                                                                                                                             '

     453           RECREATION         PICNIC SHELTER RENTAL (200 PERSON SHELTER)        RESIDENT
                                                                                                             I
                                                                                                                             65.00           65.00                 65.00:
                                                                                                                                                                            .!           65.00                  125.00                                           9:Z.31%



     454 i RECREATION                 SOFTBALL CITY TOURNAMENT                           TEAM                               100.00          100.00               100.00'               100.00!                  100.00
               I

     455           RECREATION ISOFTBALL FIELD RESERVATIONS                                EACH                               10.00           10.ooi                10.00                  10.00,                 10.00 '    1




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     456           RECREATION         SOFTBALL FIELD TOURNAMENT FEES                      EACH                               50.00           50.00                 50.00                  50.00:                 50.00
    ----- - -----      -- --- -----                                                                                                       --------       ----   -------          -                _, __     ,
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     457           RECREATION         SOFTBALL MASA DISTRICT TOURNAMENT                  TEAM                               100.00:         100.00                100.00               100.00                   100.00


     458           RECREATION         SOFTBALL {MAJOR MEN'S SLOWPITCH)                    TEAM                              715.00          715.00                730.00               755.00                   755.00


     459       l   RECREATION         SOFTBALL (SUMMER SLOWPITCH-1 UMPIRE)                TEAM                              495.00          495.00                510.00i              545.00                   545.00
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     460           RECREATION ·soFTBALL (FALL SLOWPITCH-1 UMPIRE)                         TEAM                                0.00            0.00 '              245.00               275.oo·,                 275.001
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LINE                DEPT                             ~S-ClUPlfo                                         UNIT
                                                                                                                                          2001,I
                                                                                                                                           FEE'
                                                                                                                                                               2002
                                                                                                                                                               FEE
                                                                                                                                                                             2003
                                                                                                                                                                              FEE
                                                                                                                                                                                          2004
                                                                                                                                                                                          FEE;
                                                                                                                                                                                                        2005
                                                                                                                                                                                                        FEE
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    461 I RECREATION ISWIM (LEARN TO SWIM)                                                          NON-RESIDENT                         2.5.00               25.00        25.00         25.00         25.00


    462 [ RECREATION !SWIM {LEARN TO SWIM)                                                            RESIDENT                           10.00                10.00         10.00        10.00         10.00
                                                                                               ----· - - - - · - - - - - - · - - - 1 - - · - - - - + - - - - - - f - - - - - + - - - - - - + - - - - - - - - · - - - + - - - - - ,
    463         RECREATION ISWJM (OPEN SWIM YOUTH}                                                   PER PERSON                           1.00                 1.00          1.00         1.00          coo                              100.00%
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    464 I RECREATION ISWIM (OPEN SWIM ADULT)                                                         PER PERSON                           coo                  2.00          2.00:        2.00          5.00                             150.00%
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    465 I RECREATION ,WOMEN'S BASKETBALL                                                                TEAM                            395.00               395.00        395.00       395.oo:       395.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     !
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    466 ~PECIAL EVENTSAOMINISTRATIVE FEE (FIRST TIME EVENTS ONLY)
                                                                           ·-······1 ···· .. ···-·
                                                                                                        EACH
                                                                                                                  ········1·              ..... f-
                                                                                                                                          0.00
                                                                                                                                                               -+
                                                                                                                                                               0.00'
                                                                                                                                                                             . · I
                                                                                                                                                                             0.00        SO.OD         50.00

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    467 ~PECIAL EVENT~AOMINISTRATIVE FEE (AT LEAST 60 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                              EACH                              0.00                 0.00j         0.00        50.00         50.00                        t
    468 ~PECIAL EVENT~AOMlNISTRATIVE FEE (59-45 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                                    EACH                              0.00                 0.00          0.00       150.00        150.00


    469 ~PECIAL EVENT~ADMINISTRATIVE FEE (44.30 DAYS PRIOR TO EVENT)                                    EACH                              0.00                 0.00          0.00       250.00        250.00


    470 iSPEClAL EVENT ADMINISTRATIVE FEE (29 DAYS OR LESS PRIOR TO EVENT)                              EACH                              0.00                 0.00          0.00       450.00        450.00


    471 ,SPECIAL EVENT~CITY SERVICES (PARK RANGERS)                                                EACH PER HOUR                          0.00                 0.00          o.oo:       15.00         15.00


    472 ~PECIAL EVENT~CITY SERVICES (55-GAL METAL TRASH CANS)                                           EACH                              0.00                 0.00          0.00         5.00          5.00

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    473 r3PECIAL EVENT1CITY SERVICES (55-GAL RUBBERMAID TRASH CANS)                                     EACH                              0.00                 0.00          0.00,       10.00!        10.00


    474 ~PECIAL EVENTS CITY SERVICES (PLASTIC TRASH BAGS)                                             PER CASE                            0.00                 0.00,         0.00        25.00:        25.00
                                                                                                                                                  1

                                                                                                                                                       - - - - - ~ ,- - - - - 1 - - - - - - + - - - - - - + - - - - - - - - - - - + - - - - - <
    475 ~PECIAL EVENT~CllY SERVICES (SNOWFENCE -WOOD)                                                 PER ROLL                            0.00                 0.00
                                                                                                                                                                       1
                                                                                                                                                                             0.00        30.00         30.00
                                I                                   ·······················1                              I                       I                                              I             I                     I

    476 ~PECIAL EVENT*ITY SERVICES (SNOWFENCE. PLASTIC)                                               PER ROLL                            0.00 '               0.00          0.00        25.00         25.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     I

    477 SPECIAL EVENT*ITY SERVICES (FENCE POSTS)                                                     EACH POST                            0.00                 0.00          0.00         3.00          3,00!

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                                                                                                        EACH                                                                 0 00'
    478 ~PECIAL EVENT~CITY SERVICES (PARK BENCHES)                                                                                        0.00                 0.00
                                                                                                                                                                              .l         10.00         10.00


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    479 ~PECIAL EVENTS_CITY SERVICES (BLEACHERS)                                                        EACH                              0,00                 0.00          0.00       12s.oo:       125.00


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    480 ~PECIAL EVENJCITY SERVICES (HANG BANNERS)                                                       EACH                              0.00                 0.001         0.00        5o.ool        50.00
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                                                                                                                      I                                                                     2001                      ZOOZ                  2003:                   20041                      2005·               DEPARTM-ENT       1           %
LlNE                DEPT                              .>l:SC""R,c                                                                            UNIT                                            FEE                       FEE                   FEE1                    FEE,                       FEE                eo"MMEtim,        !     CHANGE
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 481 ~PECIALEVENi:!cnYSERVICES(ADJUSTABLEPARKSTAGE)                                                                           EACH4x8SECTION                                                0.00                      0.00                  0.00!                 50.00                     50.00                                    I
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 482 ~PECIAL EVENTS CITY SERVICES (PICNIC TABLES)                                                                                           EACH                                            0.00                      0.00                  0.00'
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   i
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                  10.001                     10.00
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 483 ~PECIAL EVENTS:cnY SERVICES (TRAILER)                                                                                             PER HOUR                                             0.00                      o.oo,                 0.00                  25.oo:                     25.00
   ····I·············                                                             ····································+····················································                  --- -----------                  I                                                                                                  -                          --
 484 ~PECIAL EVENT5CtTY SERVICES (PORTABLE PA SYSTEM)                                                                                       EACH                                            0.00                      0.00                  0.00                  25.00                      25.00
                           ,                                                                                                                                                  f-------+'------i,-------+------+-----+------------f---                                                                                                                .           I
 485 !SPECIAL EVENT~ CITY SERVICES (TIJRFl'RUCK)                                                                                         PER DAY                                            0.00                      0.00                  0.00                100.00                     100.00
                                                            ·---    -- - ------               - ------           --                                                    -----       ----                        -   - ----- - -------     -- ----            -                             - ---            ---

 486 f:'PECIAL EVENT~ CITY SERVICES (LABOR PARKS OR DPW STAFF)                                                                         PER HOUR                                             0.00                      0.00                  0.00                  50.00                      50.00


 487    FPECIAL EVENT~ CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - STRAIGHT TIME)                                                                  PER HOUR                                             0.00                      0.00                  0.00                  40.00                      40.00
        !                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                .................. .

 488 SPECIAL EVENn CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER -1.5 OVERTIME)                                                                        PER HOUR                                             0.00                      0.00                  0.00                  60.00                      60.00


 489 :sPECJAL EVENn CITY SERVICES (POLICE OFFICER - TRIPLE OVERTIME)                                                                   PER HOUR                                             0.00                      0.00                  0.00                120.00                     120.0~                                    !         "•·"·"- ,.



 490         TREASURER          DUPLICATE TAX BILL. COPY (COMPUTER PRINTOUT)                                                                EACH                                            0.50                      0.50                  1.00                    1.00                       1.00                                  j

 491         TREASURER          DUPLICATETAXBILLCOPY(TYPEDBILL)                                                                             EACH                                            3.00                      3.00                  3.00                    J.oo;                      3.00


 492         TREASURER     iNSF CHECK/NSF ACH HANDLING CHARGE                                                                               EACH                                           25.00                    25.00                  25.00                  30.oo·,                    30.00
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 493         TREASURER          TAX RECEIPT INQUIRY (LESS THAN 3 YEARS OLD)                                                                 EACH                                            5.00                      5.00''                5.00                    5.00                       5.00


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

                                                                                                                                                                                                   !
  495         TREASURER !~~SACTION SERVICE FEE (PAYMENTS MADEATWINDOWW/0                                                                    EACH                                            O.OOi                     0.00                  0.00                    1.00                       1.00
········ +.............. ................                                                                                                                                                          I                  .....                                 ................                      . .. " ....

 496    TREASURER               PETTY CASH NUISANCE FEE (FAILURE TO RETURN RECEIPTS IN                                                      EACH                                            5 00                      5 00                  S 00                    5 00                       5 00
------,---·---·--               TIMELYFASHlON)                                                   ______         ---1-------------·-                                                          .                         .          _________ .          ________ .:                       ""···--: ________ ,,,__                 ....

 497         TREASURER          PROPERTYTAXROLLONCD-ROM                                                                                     EACH                                          100.00                   100.00                 100.00i               100.00                     100.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                   !


 498         TREASURER          PROPERTYTAXLIENINQUIRY/LOOKUP                                                                               EACH                                           15.00                     15.00                 15.00                  15,00                      15.00


 499        WATER-SEWER DELINQUENTPAYMENTPENALTY                                                                               PASTDUEBALANCE                                             10.00%                   10.00%                10.00•7                10.00%                    10.00•7                                    I_-----"-
                           !,                                                                                                                                                      GREATEROF            GREATEROF                   GREATEROF           GREATEROF                   GREATEROF
 500        WATER-SEWER IOEL.lNQUENT PAYMENT PENALTY (TAX LIEN FEE)                                                            PAST DUE BALANCE                                   20% OR $25.oo:       20% OR $25.00               20% OR $25.00       20% OR $25.00,              20% OR $25.00
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LINE                        DEPT                                           ;cJUPTfON                              UNIT                                               FEE                      FEE                         FEE!                    FEE                        FEE'                       COM"Ml:t,/TS                 CHANGE


    501            WATER-SEWER :HYDRANT SERVICE (MAXIMUM 30 DAY) CONNECTION CHARGE                               EACH                                              35.00                  35,001                        35.00                  so.oo;'                      so.oo '    1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                           $
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                               100-00 REFU:~~~::e~EPOSITALSO    ''

    502            WATER-SEWER :INSTALLATION OF STUB LINE TO PROPERTY LINE {SEWER)                               EACH                                             600.00               600.00                         600.00                 800.00,                       800.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        ...............,.1, - - - - - - - - + - - - - - J
    503            WATER•SEWER IINSTALLATION OF STUB LINE TO PROPERTY LINE (WATER)                               EACH                                             soo.oo!              600.00°                        600.00                 BOO.OD.                       800.00
  ··········           ·······················                                                                              ················I······                        '        ······     ··1······            ·················                       t                  -----
    504            WATER-SEWER METER REPLACEMENT AT OWNER'S REQUEST                                              EACH                                 ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COSTSi ACTUAL COSTS ACTUAL COST, ACTUAL COSTS


    505            WATER-SEWER METER RESET AT OWNER'S REQUEST                                                    EACH                                              25.00                  25.00                         25.00                  35.00                        35.00
                                                                   ,.___                         ----                         .,_ --. - _,. .. ,• .,,_.,_,.,,                                        1·-····--···    -·-• ........ _            ...... I....... _.. _                                                  ---

    506        !   WATER-SEWER METER TEST                                                                        EACH                                              35.00                  35.00                         35.00                  35.00                        35.00


    507            WATER-SEWER MISSED METER APPOINTMENT                                                          EACH                                              25.00                  25.00                         25.001                 25.00                        25.00

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    508            WATER-SEWER TEMPORARY(MINIMUM30DAY)SERVICE                                                    EACH                                              25.00                  25.00                         25.00'                 25.00                        25.ooi
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 .

    509            WATER-SEWER TURN ON CHARGE (AFTER HOURS)                                                      EACH                                              35.00                     35.00                      35.00                   35.00                       35.00'


    510            WATER-SEWER TURN ON CHARGE (REGULAR HOURS)                                                    EACH                                              25.00                     25.00                      25.oo,                  25.00                       25.00,
               +
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    s11            WATER-SEWER TURNONCHARGE(SEASONALUSE)                                                         EACH                                              12.50                     12.501                     12.50                   12.50:                      12.50

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    512            WATER-SEWER UNAUTHORIZED WATER usE OR TAMPERING (MINIMUM CHARGE)                              EACH                                             200.00               200.ool                        200.00                 200.00                        200.00                        -·- .
                                                                                                                                                                                                     I

    513            WATER-SEWER ;~~:)UTHORIZED WATER USE (ADDITIONAL CHARGE FOR CONrD                          PER DAY                                              20.00                     20.001                     20.00                   20.00:                      20.00


    514            WATER-SEWER !WATER TEST SAMPLE                                                            PER TEST                                               O.OOI                    35.00                      35.00                   35.001                      60.00 COVERS STAFF TIME ANO LAS WORK                        71.43%

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    515            WATER-SEWER BACKFLOW PREVENTER DEVICE REGISTRA TIONIAUDIT FEE                 ANNUAL FEE-EACH DEVICE                                             0.00:                     O.oo:                       0.00                  10.00!                      10.00
,..........    f.........                 . ... 1.........                              ·····I··································· ········       1......                                             f......                      1......         . ... ,                              1...                                  ···1..···           ...

    516            WATER-SEWER ::s~sfERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE• 5/8" OR 3/4" (NON-SPEC                            EACH                                               O.OO:                     O.OO                        O.OO               800. 00                       800.00
 _,,_____                                                    -·-                       ···-f .. ,,..,                                                              · --·'       ___ ,,,                                         -1·-·        .... , .... , .. 1·--"            · "I"'"""""

    517            WATER-SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE -1" (NON-SPEC ASSESS)                             EACH                                               0.00                      0.00                        0.00              2,000.00                      2,000.00


    51 , . WA-R-Sc"ER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE-1-114" OR 1-1/2" (NON-                              EACH                                                      o oo       o 00                                       o 00              4000.00                       4 000.00
             '"' ._.. SPEC ASSESS)                                                                      ________                                                     ' ,_ _ _ _ '                                          . '               '                             '
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    519            WATER-SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE- 2" (NON-SPEC ASSESS)                             EACH                                               0.00                      0.00                        o.oo:             6,800.00                      6,800.00
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    s20            WATER-seweR 1:~~P~~R:s~~~tNecnoN CHARGE. rruRso1ENDuRo                                        EACH                                               o.oo                      o.oo                        o.oo              s,000.00                      a,ooo.ooi                                              I




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LINE                DEPT
                                                       """       o.                                                         UNIT                                       '"'
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 521            WATER-SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE. 3" {NON.SPEC ASSESS)                                           EACH                                       o.ooj         o.oo;         0.00              12,B00.oo:      12,800.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                               I
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                WATER-SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE- 3"TURBO/ENDURO
 522
                            (NON-SPEC ASSESS)
                                                                                                                            EACH                                       0.00          o.oo!'        0.00              14,ooo.oo·      14,000.00
                                                                                                                                                                           '
 523            WATER-SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE. 4" (NON-SPEC ASSESS)                                           EACH                                       o.ooi         0.00          0,00              20,000.00       20,000.00
                                                                                               ------                                                --------                          ---         -----------
                WATER-SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE- 4"TURBO/ENDURO
 524
                             (NON-SPEC ASSESS)
                                                                                                                            EACH                                       0.00          0.00          0.00              40,000.00       40,000.00


 525        !WATER-SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE. 6" (NON-SPEC ASSESS)!                                             EACH                                       0.00          0.00          o.oo:             40,000.00       40,000.00
,--                                                                                     ----                  """""""'-·-           -·,. ·----· ... ---                                --- '        -- '
                WA TER•SEWER WATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE• 6"TURBO/ENOURO
 526
                             (NON-SPEC ASSESS)
                                                                                                                            EACH                                       0.00          0.00          0.00              80,000.00       80,000.00

                WATER-SEWER lwATER SERVICE CONNECTION CHARGE - GREATER THAN s"
 527
                            :(NON.SPEC ASSESS)
                                                                                                                            EACH                                       0.00          0.00          o.oo!                  TSO!            Tso;           BASED ON CALCULATED CAPACITY I
---,--,-,
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 528               ZONING    :FENCE PERMIT FEE                                                                              EACH                                      25.00         25.001

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                                                                                                                                                                                                  25.00                  25.oo:

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 529               ZONING    LOT SPLIT REVIEW                                                                               EACH                                      25.00
                                                                                                                                                                                    "-"1          25.00                  2s.oo:          25.oo                                            '
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 530               ZONING    :zoNlNG, GIS MAPS (UP TO 17" x 24")                                                            EACH                                      20.00         10.00!       10.00                   10.00           10.00

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 531               ZONING    ZONING, GIS MAPS (17" x 24" TO 34" x 44" )                                                     EACH                                      20.00         20.00;        20.00                  20.00           20.00


 532               ZONING     PLANNED UNIT DEVELOPMENT (PUO)                                                                EACH                                     500.00:       500.00        500.00                 500.00          500.00

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 533               ZONING     SIDEWALK BENCH ENCROACHMENT                                                    PER BENCH PER MONTH                                       5.00          5.00          5.00,                  5.00            5.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                          !                                                - -------
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 534               ZONING     SITE PLAN REVIEW FEE- MINOR                                                                   EACH                                      40.00         40.00         40.00·                100.00          100.00 '
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 535               ZONING     SITE PLAN REVIEW FEE- MAJOR                                                                   EACH                                     100.00        100.00        100.00'                200.001         200.00                                            !

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 536               ZONING    ;SPECIAL USE PERMIT                                                                            EACH                                     200.00        200.00:       200.00                 250.00,         250.00
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        Commission Meeting Date: December 14, 2004




Date:       December 6, 2004
To:         Honorable Mayor & City Commission
From:       Planning & Economic Development Department               CEL-
RE:        Approval for Consultants- Brownfield Site
           Assessment Grant/Loan


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: There were eight proposals received from
environmental consultants for the Brownfield Site Assessment
GranVLoan. It is necessary to choose one or more consultants;
approved both by the City Commission and the State (MDEQ), that will
conduct the environmental investigations. Anne Couture, Mohammed
AI-Shatel and Cathy Brubaker-Clarke reviewed the applications and are
recommending three consultants, based on the criteria contained in the
attached table. The consultants are: Horizon Environmental (Grand
Rapids), Prein & Newhof, P.S. (Muskegon/Grand Rapids), ERM, Inc.
(Holland).

FINANCIAL IMPACT: The consultants site assessment work will be paid
for from the MDEQ Site Assessment GranVLoan.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve Horizon Environmental,
Prein & Newhoff, P.S. and ERM, Inc. as consultants for the site
assessment work associated with the Brownfield Site Assessment
GranVLoan. Contracts with the individual consultants will be brought to
the City Commission for approval in January. Individual sites will be
assigned in a round-robin fashion.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: None.
                 LIST OF ENVIRONMENTAL CONSULTANTS
               FOR INVITING A REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
             MUSKEGON ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT PROGRAM



1. Edward Higuera, P.E.
   Frein & Newhoff, P.S.
   4910 Stariha Dr
   Muskegon,MJ 49441

2. Tom O'Connell
   ERM, Inc.
   3352 128tl' Ave.
   Holland, MI 49424-9263

3. Bill Davidson
   Horizon Environmental
   4771 - 50°' Street, S.E.
   Suite One
   Grand Rapids, MI 49512

4. Doug Brown
   Applied Science & Technology, Inc.
   PO Box2160
   Brighton, MI 48116-2160

5. Carrie Rivette
   Fleis & Vandenbrink Engineering, Inc.
   316 Morris Ave. Suite 230
   Muskegon,MJ 49440

6. Gerry Garman
   Westshore Engineering
   2534 Black Creek Rd.
   Muskegon,MI 49442

7. Scott Miller
   Superior Environmental
   1128 Franklin St.
   Marne, MI 49435

8. Christine Topley
   Applied Environmental, Inc.
   2890 Carpenter Road Ste. 1000
   Ann Arbor, MI 48108
                                                    CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                             BROWNFIELD GRANT/LOAN PROGRAM
                                                CONSULTANT QUALIFICATIONS




   Evaluation Criteria                  AST!   i   Prein & Newhofj   F&V       Westshore       ERM   ' Superior       Applied Env.   I   Horizon
                                                                                                     '

Qualifications/Experience   1-25 pts.    18              25          21           22           25        20                19              25

Brownfield Success          1-25 pis.    7               20          12           23           24        21               20               25

Report quality              1-25 pts.    5               21          13           11           21        20                14              25
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Proximity                   10 pts.      5               10          10           10            6        8                 3                6
                                                                                           ;


Fees/rates                  5 pis.       5               4            5            5            4         5                4                4

Non-discrimination          15 pts.      5               5            5            5            5         5                4                5

Ml knowledge                .5 pis.      0               5            4    '
                                                                           !       2            5         5                3                5
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TOTAL SCORE                 ,100 pis.          !
                                         45              90          70    I      78       I   90        85       .       67               95
                                     AGENDA ITEM NO. _ _ _ __

                                CITY COMMISSION MEETING       12/14/04


TO:             Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:           Bryon L. Mazade, City Manager

DATE:          December 7, 2004

RE:            2005 Salary Schedule and Fringe Benefits for Non-Represented Employees and the
               2005 Salary Schedule for Part-Time and Limited-Term Employees

SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

1)       To establish the 2005 salary ranges for part-time and limited-term employees;
2)       To approve and adopt the proposed salary ranges and salary schedules for the non-
         represented administrative, technical, professional, and supervisory employees for 2005
         (2.0% increase).
3)       Increase the employee health insurance premium co-pay from $9.23 per pay to $20.00 per
         pay.
4)       Increase the lifetime health insurance maximum from $225,000 to $300,000.
5)       Allow up to 5 bereavement days (currently three) for immediate family members (parent,
         spouse or children) upon written approval of the City Manager.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:

1)       None. The ranges are unchanged.
2)       The salary increases will cost approximately $51,327 plus approximately $12,831 in added
         fringe benefit costs.
3)       This will save the City approximately $13,720 annually.
4)       Exact cost is not available, but it is not substantial.
5)       Cost will vary depending on use.


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

To authorize the necessary 2005 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:

1)       To approve the proposed 2005 salary ranges for part-time and limited-term employees;
2)       To approve and adopt the proposed 2005 salary ranges, salary schedules, and fringe benefit
         changes for non-represented employees.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None




BLM • O: (2005-SALARY AGENDA COVER SHEET)
                                CITY OF MUSKEGON
       2005 WAGE MATRIX FOR NON-UNION PART-TIME AND LIMITED-TERM EMPLOYEES


                      JOB TITLE         GRADE1     GRADE2    GRADE3   GRADE4   GRADES   GRADE6   GRAOE7

                        STEP1


 McGRAFT PARK CARETAKER                    5.50       5.75     6.00     6.25     6.50     6.75     7.00
 PARKING RAMP ATTENDANT                    5.50       5.75     6.00     6.25     6.50     6.75     7.00
 RECREATION AIDE                           5.50       5.75     6.00     6.25     6.50     6.75     7.00

                        STEP2

 BUILDING FACILITY CARETAKER               7.00       7.25     7.50     7.75     8.00     8.25     8.50
 GYMNASIUM SUPERVISOR                      7.00       7.25     7.50     7.75     8.00     8.25     8.50
 SENIOR TRANSIT DRIVER                     7.00       7.25     7.50     7.75     8.00     8.25     8.50

                        STEP3


JULIA E. HACKLEY INTERNS                   7.00       7.50     8.00     8.50     9.00     9.50    10.00

                       STEP4


ASSISTANT PARK RANGER CAPTAIN             8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00
ASSISTANT PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR           8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00
FACILITY SUPERVISOR I                     8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00
LIFEGUARD                                 8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00
MARINA AIDE                               8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00
PARK RANGER                               8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00
PLAYGROUND LEADER                         8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00
PROGRAM LEADER                            8.25       8.50     8.75     9.00     9.25     9.50    10.00

                       STEPS


LIFEGUARD CAPTAIN                         9.00       9.40     9.80    10.20    10.80    11.30    12.00
SCHOOL CROSSING GUARDS                    9.00       9.40     9.80    10.20    10.80    11.30    12.00

                       STEP6


AQUATICS DIRECTOR                         9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30
FACILITY SUPERVIOSR II                    9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30
FARMER'S MARKET MASTER                    9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30
HARBOR MASTER                             9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30
PARK INTERN                               9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30
PARK RANGER CAPTAIN                       9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30
PLAYGROUND SUPERVISOR                     9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30
SOFTBALL SUPERVISOR                       9.80      10.55    11.30    12.05    12.80    13.55    14.30

                       STEP7


BOARD OF CANVASSERS                  $65.00 per day
BOARD OF REVIEW                      $75.00 per day
ELECTION WORKERS                     $85 - $95 per day
ELECTION WORKER CHAIRPERSONS         $90 - $120 per day




EXCEL (2005 PART-TIME WAGE MATRIX)
                    ADMINISTRATIVE/TECHNICAL/PROFESSIONAL/SUPERVISORY
                                      SALARY RANGES
                                     EFFECTIVE 1/1/2005

                                                      MINIMUM SALARY   MAXIMUM SALARY

RANGE I-A                                                    $68,648       $91,531

Assistant City Manager
Director of Public Safety
Finance Director
Public Works Director

RANGE I-B                                                    $64,168       $85,559

Police Chief (Vacant)

RANGE II -A                                                  $59,259       $79,012

Community/Economic Development Director
Fire Chief (Vacant)
Leisure Services Director (Vacant)

RANGE 11- B                                                  $56,771       $75,623

City Engineer/Deputy Director of Public Works

RANGE Ill                                                    $54,284

Assistant Chief of Police (Vacant)
City Clerk
City Treasurer
Civil Service/Personnel Director
Deputy Director of Public Safety for Fire Services
Information Systems Director

RANGE IV                                                     $46,761      $62,346

Assistant City Engineer (Vacant)
Assistant Finance Director
Deputy Director of Community/Economic Development (Vacant)
Director of Inspections (Vacant)
Income Tax Director

RANGEV                                                       $44,756      $59,677

Affirmative Action Director
Community & Neighborhood Services Director
Water Filtration Plant Supervisor
                                                         MINIMUM SALARY   MAXIMUM SALARY

 RANGE VI                                                   $41,945          $55,926

Building Official (Vacant)
Project Engineer (Vacant)
Superintendent of Public Works
Superintendent of Public Utilities

RANGE VII-A                                                 $38,822          $51,766

Business Development Specialist (Vacant)
Cemetery/Forestry Supervisor
Database Administrator
Equipment Supervisor
Highway Supervisor
Parks Supervisor
Planner Ill/Zoning Administrator
Public Utilities Supervisor
Recreation/Marina Supervisor
Safety/Services Supervisor (Vacant)
Special Operations Supervisor

RANGEVII-B                                                  $36,433          $48,582

Computer Technician (Vacant)
Network Technician

RANGE VIII                                                  $34,372          $45,832

Administrative Services Supervisor - DPW (Vacant)
Code Cordinator (Vacant)
Communications & Public Affairs Administrator (Vacant)
Income Tax Auditor
Pension & Benefits Coordinator (Part-Time) (Vacant)
Personnel Analyst (Vacant)
Planner II (Vacant)
Police Community Coordinator
Police Records Supervisor
Resource Recovery Coordinator
Revenue Collections Administrator
Risk Manager - (Vacant)

RANGE IX                                                    $30,288          $40,382

Building Maintenance Supervisor
Planner I (Vacant)
Secretary to the City Manager
                                        MINIMUM SALARY   MAXIMUM SALARY

RANGEX                                     $28,089          $37,454

Administrative Aide - Police (Vacant)
Administrative Secretary
Deputy City Clerk
Finance Clerk
Personnel Clerk (Part-Time) (Vacant)
Youth Recreation Coordinator (Vacant)

RANGE XI                                   $25,578          $34,105

City Hall Building Maintenance Worker




EXCEL 2005 SALARY RANGES
                                                               2005
                                          NON-REPRESENTED EMPLOYEES SALARY SCHEDULE


SALARY SCHEDULE
11 STEPS


CLASSIFICATION          illf.1   STEP2     STEP3     illti    ~        STEPS    STEP7    STEPS    STEP9    STEP 10   STEP 11

RANGEi-A                68,648   70,936    73,225    75,513   77,801   80,090   82,378   84,666   86,954    89,243    91,531


RANGEl-8                64,168   66,307    68,446    70,585   72,724   74,864   77,003   79,142   81,281    83.420    85,559


RANGE II-A              59,259   61,234    63,210    65,185   67,160   69,136   71,111   73,086   75,061    77,037    79,012


RANGE 11-8              56,771   58,656    60,541    62.427   64,312   66,197   68,082   69,967   71,853    73,736    75,623


RANGE Ill               54,284   56,079    57,874    59,669   61,464   s3iss    65,053   66,848   68,643    70.438    12is3


RANGE IV                46,761   48,320    49,878    51.437   52,995   54,554   56,112   57,671   59,229    60,788    62,346


RANGEV                  44,756   46,248    47,740    49,232   50,724   52,217   53,709   55,201   56,693    58,185    59,677


RANGE VI                41,945   43,343    44,741    46,139   47,537   48,936   50,334   51,732   53,130    54,528    55,926


RANGE VII-A             38,822   40,116     41.411   42,705   44,000   45,294   46,588   47,883   49,177    50,472    51,766


RANGE Vll-8             36,433   37,648     38,853   40,076   41,293   42,508   43,722   44,937   46,152    47,367    48,582


RANGE VIII              34,372   35,518     36,664   37,810   38,956   40,102   41,248   42,394   43,540    44,686    45,832


RANGE IX                30,288   31,298     32,307   33,317   34,326   35,336   36,346   37,355   38,365    39,374    40,384


RANGEX                  28,089   29,026     29,962   30,899   31,835   32,772   33,708   34,645   35,581    36,518    37,454


RANGE XI                25,578   26,431     27,283   28,136   28,989   29,842   30,694   31,547   32,400    33,252    34,105


EXCEL· 2005-2%-120704
                         AGENDA ITEM NO. _ _ _ _ _ __

                   CITY COMMISSION MEETING December 14, 2004


TO:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:         Bryon L. Mazade, City Manager

DATE:         December 7, 2004

RE:           Amendment to L.C. Walker Arena Management Agreement



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

To approve an amendment to the L.C. Walker Arena management contract with Arena
Management Group, L.L.C. This is necessary to accommodate the additional expenses for set-
up and security incurred due to the Michigan Mayhem use of the arena.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:

Increased costs for the AMG contract. These costs are expected to be covered by the additional
arena revenue generated by the Mayhem.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None. The increases were anticipated in the 2004 budget reforecast and the in the 2005 arena
budget.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

To approve the attached contract amendment.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None
                              CITY OF MUSKEGON
           FIRST AMENDMENT TO OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT CONTRACT
                  L.C. WALKER ARENA AND CONFERENCE CENTER

       This is a Contract, effective       lkc,,m6,•r
                                                J;I , 2004, to amend the contract dated June 11,200 I
made between the City of Muskegon, 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49440 ("City") and Arena
Management Group, L.L.C., 955 Fourth Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49440 ("Manager").

 Background

        A.       The Muskegon County Building Authority (MCBA) is the owner of the L.C. Walker Arena and
Conference Center (Arena), and leases the premises to the County of Muskegon (County). The County subleases
the Arena to the City, by which the City is responsible for the operation, maintenance, and improvements for the
Arena.

         B.       Effective June 11, 200 I City contracted with Manager to provide complete management,
promotion and maintenance of Arena, in accordance and compliance with the requirements of the City, as well as
the Muskegon County Building Authority and the County of Muskegon, who are the owner and primary lessee,
respectively, of the Arena, and particularly in accordance with Internal Revenue Procedure 97-13, a federal tax
procedure which must be complied with for the reason that tax exempt bonds were issued for certain
improvements in the Arena.

        C.      City and Manager have been approached relating to having professional basketball at the Arena.
A lease has been executed between Manager and Lakeshore Basketball LLC. The rent to be paid by Lakeshore
Basketball LLC will not cover the Manager's expenses related to allowing professional basketball at the Arena.

         D.        Estimated costs to Manager relating to the professional basketball is $2,940, per game, for
laying and removing the basketball floor and setting up and taking down seating and protective glass around the
sheet of ice. In addition, Manager will incur approximately $2,769, per game, relating to staffing and secwity at
the Arena.

          Therefore, the parties agree as follows:

         I.       Management Fee. In addition to the amounts owed pursuant to paragraph 8 of the June 11,
200 I contract, Manager shall be paid actual costs attributable to Lakeshore Basketball LLC, not to exceed $4000
per game. To the extent that actual costs to Manager are less than $4000 per game, the maximum amount owed
pursuant to this paragraph shall be reduced.

          2.      Contract Re-opener. The contract dated June 11, 200 I expires on June 11, 2006. The
introduction of professional basketball has raised issues not foreseen at the time the original agreement was
prepared. Accordingly, the parties agree that a new agreement is needed to address such issues. If a new
agreement is not reached by July I, 2005, the agreement dated June 11, 2001 (as amended) shall remain in effect
until its normal expiration.

        3.       Remainder of Agreement.. The remainder of the Operations and Management Contract,dated
June 11, 200 I shall remain in full force and effect, unless specifically modified by this First Amendment.




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                                                                     Tony Lisman, President
                                                                     Dated: t,2-['f- 04             , 2004
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C:IDOClJMENTS AND SETIINGS\BOESLJ\LOCAL SETIINGSITEMPORAR Y INTERNET FILESIOLKUIARENA CON1RACT AMENDMENT 120904 (2)
(2).DOC
Date:              December 14, 2004

To:                The Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From:              City Treasurer

RE:                Write-off of Uncollectible Accounts Receivable



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

Periodically it is necessary to purge from the City's general accounts receivable records items
that are deemed uncollectible. In most cases these items have gone through the entire
collection process without success. In some other cases, further collections efforts, such as
using the outside collection agency, have resulted in limited success. However, at this time,
it is requested that the City Comnission authorize staff to write-off these receivables from the
City's books.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

Reduce the City's accounts receivable by $36,077.03. The impact would be a decrea,e in
the fund balance/retained earnings of several City funds as follows:

   101     General Fund                                 $ 14,770.12

   472     CDBG Fund                                      11,641.25

590 & 591 Sewer Fund & Water Fund                          9,665.66




           Total                                        $36,077.03


BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

For the General, Sewer and Water Funds, there are sufficient funds for bad debt expense
included in the 2004 budget, so no further action is required.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

Approval of the 2004 write-offs effective for the fi&:al year ending December 31, 2004 for the
various funds as shown above.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION

NIA



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                                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON


                       MISCELLANEOUS INVOICES TO BE WRITTEN-OFF OF AIR SYSTEM FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004



INVOICE
  NO.       DATE          CUSTOMER NAME                         REASON                AMOUNT       FUND#       DESCRIPTION


9809093   2/25/1999     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    30.00     101   INSPECTION FEE


9809379   3/12/1999     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   198,00     101   LOT CLEAN UP


9810003   5/14/1999     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    30.00     101   INSPECTION FEE


9810393   6/11/1999     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    30.00     101   INSPECTION FEE


9810529   6/25/1999     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    30.00     101   INSPECTION FEE


9812442   10/15/1999    RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101   LOT MOWING


9812694   11/19/1999    RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   159.00     101   LOT CLEAN UP


9813979   3/24/2000     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   215.83     101   LOT CLEAN UP


9815465   7/14/2000     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   122.00     101   LOT MOWING


9818121   12/31/2000    RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $ 3,396.00     472   DEMOS & BOARD-UPS


9819412   5/25/2001     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   116.40     101   LOT CLEAN UP


9819763   6/15/2001     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   104.00     101   LOT MOWING


9820399   7/13/2001     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101   LOT MOWING


9821470   9/14/2001     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86,00     101   LOT MOWING


9822032   10/12/2001    RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   100.66     101   LOT CLEAN UP


9822004   10/12/2001    RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   104.00     101   LOT MOWING


9822983   12/21/2001    RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   164.00     101   LOT CLEAN UP


9824453   5/17/2002     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   104.00     101   LOT MOWING


9825721   7/26/2002     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101   LOT MOWING


9827100   9/27/2002     RICHARD D JOHNSON                 DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101   LOT MOWING


9806514   8/28/1998        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101   LOT MOWING


9807950   1116/1998        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $ 5,347.50     101   DEMOS & BOARD-UPS


9812101   9/17/1999        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $   104.00     101   LOT MOWING


9816364   8/25/2000        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $    92.00     101   LOT MOWING


9819760   6/15/2001        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $    86,00     101   LOT MOWING


9820396   7/13/2001        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $   122.00     101   LOT MOWING


9806515   8/28/1998        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101   LOT MOWING


9810667   6/25/1999        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101   LOT MOWING


9811558   8/27/1999        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    88.00     101   LOT CLEAN UP




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                                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON

                       MISCELLANEOUS INVOICES TO BE WRITTEN-OFF OF AIR SYSTEM FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004



INVOICE
  NO.       DATE          CUSTOMER NAME                         REASON                AMOUNT        FUND#       DESCRIPTION


9811915   9/10/1999        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9814280   4/28/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    93.30     101    LOT CLEAN UP


9815474   7/14/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    122.00    101    LOT MOWING


9816174   8/16/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    191.45    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9816741   9/22/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    122.00    101    LOT MOWING


9817521   11/10/2000       EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $    173.08    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9818136   12/31/2000       EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $ 3,598.00     472    DEMOS & BOARD-UPS


9819759   6/15/2001        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $    86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9820695   7/27/2001        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE             $   125.32    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9821061   8/17/2001        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $    86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9821744   9/28/2001        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $    116.50    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9821930   10/12/2001       EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE             $   104.00    101    LOTMOWJNG


9823096   12/31/2001       EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE             $    75.00    101    LOT CLEANUP


9813427   1/21/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE         $ 1,380.00     101    DEMOS & BOARD-UPS


9814967   6/23/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE          $   122.00    101    LOT MOWING


9815416   7/14/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE          $    92.00    101    LOT MOWING


9816307   8/25/2000        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE          $    92.00    101    LOT MOWING


9817043   10/13/2000       EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE          $    92.00    101    LOT MOWING


9819685    6/8/2001        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE          $   122.00    101    LOT MOWING


9820542   7/27/2001        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE          $    86.00    101    LOT MOWING


9821613   9/14/2001        EDWIN BACKING                  DECEASED, NO ESTATE          $    86,00    101    LOT MOWING


9824833    6/7/2002        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE             $   122.00    101    LOT MOWING


9827248   10/4/2002        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE             $   140.00    101    LOT MOWING


9809939    5/7/1999        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $     75.00    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9813287   12/31/1999       EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $     75.00    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9814778    6/9/2000        EDWIN BACKING                   TAX FORECLOSURE             $   197.00    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9818127   12/31/2000     JOSEPH F HERSHEY                BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE          $   402.25    472    DEMOS & BOARD-UPS


9819384   5/18/2001      JOSEPH F HERSHEY                BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE         $    248.65    101    LOT CLEAN UP


9819667    6/8/2001      JOSEPH F HERSHEY                BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE         $     86.00    101    LOT MOWING




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                       MISCELLANEOUS INVOICES TO BE WRITTEN-OFF OF AIR SYSTEM FOR FISCAL YEAR 2004



INVOICE
  NO.       DATE          CUSTOMER NAME                         REASON                AMOUNT         FUND#       DESCRIPTION


9820983   8/17/2001      JOSEPH F HERSHEY               BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE           $ 4,245.00     472    DEMOS & BOARD-UPS


9820525   7/27/2001      JOSEPH F HERSHEY               BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE           $    86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9821866   10/5/2001      JOSEPH F HERSHEY               BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE           $   104.00     101    LOT MOWING


9808708    1/8/1999       JEANETTE CARTER                  TAX FORECLOSURE             $    98.86     101    LOT CLEAN UP


9815554   7/14/2000     PENINSULA LANDS LC                 TAX FORECLOSURE             $   122.00     101    LOT MOWING


9823173   12/31/2001    PENINSULA LANDS LC                 TAX FORECLOSURE             $   132,88     101    LOT CLEAN UP


9819920   6/22/2001       MARK ANDERSON                    TAX FORECLOSURE             $    86.00     101    LOTMOWJNG


9813986   3/24/2000     AGAPITO SUAREZ, JR                 TAX FORECLOSURE            $    164.00     101    LOT CLEAN UP


9813493   1/28/2000     AGAPITO SUAREZ, JR                 TAX FORECLOSURE             $    60.00     101    HOUSING LICENSES


9824747   617/2002        SCOTT l. FLASKA                  TAX FORECLOSURE            $     92.00     101    LOT MOWING


9825281   7/5/2002        SCOTT l. FLASKA                  TAX FORECLOSURE            $     86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9826864   9/20/2002       SCOTT l. FLASKA                  TAX FORECLOSURE            $     86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9829253   3/21/2003       SCOTT l. FLASKA                  TAX FORECLOSURE            $    127.00     101    LOT CLEAN UP


9806124   7/31/1998      A & E INVESTMENTS                 TAX FORECLOSURE            $    408.52     101    LOT CLEAN UP


9806131   7/31/1998      A & E INVESTMENTS                 TAX FORECLOSURE            $    122.00     101    LOT MOWING


9822690   1217/2001      BERTHA HARRISON                NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT         $     63.49     101    LOT CLEAN UP


9826451   8/23/2002       ODD PROPERTIES                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $     86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9824755   617/2002        ODD PROPERTIES                   TAX FORECLOSURE            $     86.00     101    LOT MOWING


9824779   6/7/2002       EQ PROPERTIES INC                 TAX FORECLOSURE            $     92.00     101    LOT MOWING


9826387   8/23/2002      EQ PROPERTIES INC                 TAX FORECLOSURE            $    104.00     101    LOT MOWING


9826742   9/13/2002      EQ PROPERTIES INC                 TAX FORECLOSURE            $    131.68     101    LOT CLEAN UP




TOTAL                                                                                 $26,411.37




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              WATER/SEWER FINALIZED ACCOUNT BALANCES PROPOSED FOR WRITE-OFF FISCAL YEAR 2004



ACCOUNT NO.     SERVICE ADDRESS            CUSTOMER NAME                   DESCRIPTION         AMOUNT

 101085004       575 ADAMS AVE            MARSHALL REDDER           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      39.42

 101182502      546 LEONARD AVE             ANNIE JORDAN            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       2.07

 101335101     428 MARQUETTE AVE         CLARENCE RICHMOND          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       3.66

 101477503     695 MARQUETTE AVE           JOHN L DUEBER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      32.00

 102452503       769 WESLEY AVE            BRIAN BURRELL            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      45.52

 102467503       629 MULDER ST              BRIAN PARKER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      22.44

 102505103      768 MARCOUX AVE              DAN HELLER             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      32.25

 103070003       317 MEEKING ST     FEDERAL HOME LOAN MORTGAGE      UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      14.92

 104402502       1356 DUCEY AVE             MARK PICKETT            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       9.79

 105142903       1352 ALBERT AVE           HELEN R HAYES            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       3.79

 107104203      1512 WESLEY AVE            SHEILA KENNEDY           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      16.02

 107157504      1301 MARCOUX AVE          ROBERT HATHAWAY           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       3.79

 107159103      1308 MARCOUX AVE            TONI HASKINS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      21.83

 107203003      1542 MARCOUX AVE         JOSE GABRIEL PRIETO        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       5.32

 108045002         827OAKAVE                MICHAEL ICKES           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      20.79

 108132503       821 STEVENS ST        CENTURY 21 LUMBERTOWN        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       5.00

 108327504       1292 AMITY AVE           ANTONIO EDWARDS           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        8.00

 109045102        514 WHITE AVE            GUS BUCHHOLZ             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       8.32

 109135002         501 OAK AVE             BARBARA MAYS             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       1.78

 109205001         594OAKAVE                  T. SEALS              UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      40.07

 109295001         749OAKAVE              MARY DAVENPORT            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      20.50

 109492603      709 ORCHARD AVE             LATRICE WADE            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      44.56

 109515102      741 ORCHARD AVE            BEULAH OWENS             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      10.62

 109530002      758 ORCHARD AVE             PAUL VICKERS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      38.12

 110005102        420 ALLEN AVE              ERICK REED             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      11.16

 110295102        500 AMITY AVE              OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      35.15

 110355105        598 AMITY AVE          FREDRICK WOODS Ill         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      34.62

 110425101        726 AMITY AVE           ORLANDO BROWN             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       7.06

 110462601        784 AMITY AVE            CAROLYN LEWIS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      32.77

 111030001        873 ALLEN AVE           CHRISTINE A REED          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      59.28

 111040102        892 ALLEN AVE              JOSE GARZA             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       4.03

 111130001       1153 ALLEN AVE            HELEN JORDAN             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      22.55

 111305001      1000 E APPLE AVE           LUCINDA JONES            UNCOLLECTABLE SMALL BAL    $      10.31

 111365201       1057 GREEN ST           RUSS VANDERMOLEN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      17.32

 112092503       594 E APPLE AVE       VICTOR J ROCKAFELLOW         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        9.93




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ACCOUNT NO.     SERVICE ADDRESS            CUSTOMER NAME                   DESCRIPTION         AMOUNT

 112297507       1022 KENNETH ST        CHRISTOPHER J HARRIS        UNCOLLECTABLE SMALL BAL    $      32.08

 112307601       1045 KENNETH ST            KELVIN BIBBS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       40.50

 113030001      497 E !SABELLA AVE        BERT D SHEPHERD           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       23.46

 113155001      787 E !SABELLA AVE         SANDRA MOORE             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       5.68

 113187603      438 CATHERINE AVE           SONAE STACY             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       13.40

 113187605      438 CATHERINE AVE     DEMETRIA BURKS/ERIC REED      UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       45.02

 113212603       1113 WILLIAMS ST          TERESA LONDON            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       48.16

 113292503      1178 CHESTNUT ST           DENNIS A OLSON           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       18.08

 113345001      615 CATHERINE AVE         CALVIN LAMBOUTHS          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       17.57

 113382502       1177 KENNETH ST             CHRIS WEST             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       48.32

 113382504       1177 KENNETH ST           MATTHEW PRATT            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        2.58

 114205002        1067 ADA AVE             ROBERT PUTNAM            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       28.13

 114210103        1073 ADA AVE             JEREMY SCHIPMA           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        8.22

 114232501      834 E !SABELLA AVE          JEFF JACOBS             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        4.60

 114432501      915 CATHERINE AVE         J. KNOLLINGER SR.         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.85

 114497502     1011 CATHERINE AVE          GLEN PERSONS             UNCOLLECTABLE SMALL BAL    $      21.34

 115165006        1131 GREEN ST           LAQUITTA WILLIAMS         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       9.13

 115257504       1166 BURTON RD              NANCY METZ             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       44.85

 115265002       1190 BURTON RD            TERESA MUNROE            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       14.37

 115347501      1314 !SABELLA AVE        JOSEPHINE MENDHAM          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      25.00

 115375503        1331 ADA AVE             ROBERT HICKEL            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       4.34

 117027501      1086 FRANCIS AVE          OTTO J VANDERLEY          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       18.84

 117092701      1277 FRANCIS AVE           L H BLANCHETTE           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        5.55

 117107505      1360 FRANCIS AVE            JAMES HARRIS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       32.55

 117236201     1288 LANGELAND AVE         DONALD SPENCER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       39.45

 117355103      1277 FLOWER AVE            DANIEL L LAWTON          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       4.16

 118092505     604 MCLAUGHLIN AVE      SANDRA JENKINS-JORDAN        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       37.18

 118120002       1244 KENNETH ST             OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        6.00

 118160102     844 MCLAUGHLIN AVE            KAREN HALE             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        5.82

 118180101      655 EVANSTON AVE            JAMES YOUNG             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       7.40

 118235101      768 EVANSTON AVE          PORTER WIMBLEY            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        9.33

 118332502         731 HILL AVE              JOANN NEAR             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       3.79

 119085001      1312 CHESTNUT ST          ROBERT SAUNDERS           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       2.68

 119102604      1357 CHESTNUT ST            MICHAEL BURR            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       11.84

 119102605      1357 CHESTNUT ST             OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       36.66



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ACCOUNT NO.     SERVICE ADDRESS            CUSTOMER NAME                  DESCRIPTION          AMOUNT

 119175102      745 CATAWBA AVE              BRIAN JONES            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      15.00

 119177501      751 CATAWBA AVE           EVA MORNINGSTAR           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      10.37

 119297502       1452 S GETTY ST              JWHITMAN              UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      27.52

 120060104     1111 EVANSTON AVE          SHEAR PLEASURES           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      38.82

 120477502       1483 MADISON ST               REMAX                UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      7.08

 121040102       907 FLEMING AVE          STEVEN JACOBSEN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      6.20

 121235002      871 EMERSON AVE             KATINA BAILEY           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      9.65

 121340001       1527 MADISON ST            JOEL P WYRICK          DECEASED -TAX FORECLOSURE   $     15.50

 121435101      1177 EMERSON AVE          PAUL SHOEMAKER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      36.09

 122007502      821 E FOREST AVE           ROBERT KIMBLE            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      10.33

 122032601      872 E FOREST AVE            JOAN GARVEY             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      6.84

 122127501      1045 E FOREST AVE            MILLIE ORTIZ           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      15.85

 122340004      1641 HUIZENGA ST             LIN NELSON             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      5.85

 122375004       1692 MADISON ST             OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      27.43

 123147602       1748 MADISON ST           DARRYN NICHOLS           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $     48.57

 123168002      1783 HUIZENGA ST            MELODIE CARR            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $     41.96

 124002701         1676 RAY ST             WAYNE POTHOFF            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      16.39

 124115003      1692 SUPERIOR ST          MARY CASTANEDA            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      39.66

 124247502       1698 ELWOOD ST             KELVIN BIBBS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      15.50

 124262502       1724 ELWOOD ST           MICHAEL SOMERS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      26.80

 124262504       1724 ELWOOD ST              PEGGY DOBB             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       8.95

 124372502        1704 DYSON ST             WILLIAM GRAY            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      14.89

 125225003     1653 MCILWRAITH ST         SAQUITA COLEMAN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $     49.05

 125342503      431 E LAKETON AVE           MELTING POT             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      27.59

 125362501       1682 JARMAN ST              OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $     46.29

 125390002       1733 JARMAN ST          ROBERT JORGENSEN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      14.85

 125412501       1769 JARMAN ST          STEPHEN PASTUCHA           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      15.00

 126040004        1874 MANZ ST              CAROL WRIGHT            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      4.65

 126085103        1938 MANZ ST            LEE E EGGERSON Ill        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      15.67

 126130103     1826 MCILWRAITH ST         H & F HOLDINGS LLC        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      32.26

 126162603     1869 MCILWRAITH ST         DEQUARIUS LONG            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      4.65

 126172501     1885 MCILWRAITH ST         MICHELLE FACCHIN          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      15.50

 126177503     1893 MCILWRAITH ST        STATE OF MICHIGAN          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $     34.87

 126355003        1875 DYSON ST       TERSON GERMONE BETHEA         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      35.78

 126380005        1937 DYSON ST              FATIMA GUY             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      6.44




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ACCOUNT NO.     SERVICE ADDRESS            CUSTOMER NAME                  DESCRIPTION           AMOUNT

 127055001       1907 ELWOOD ST            FRED P SCHOLL            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       11.34

 127297502       1832 S GETTY ST             RAY KITTEL             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       31.66

 127297502        1836 SMITH ST            MONICA ROMERO            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       49.31

 128060002     1842 CONTINENTAL ST       CHRISTINE SCHWING          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       9.99

 128170002        1937 AUSTIN ST          LODAYNIA WISEMAN          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       47.34

 203032801        370WOODST                 RANDY LOCKE             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       29.33

 203122502      308 JACKSON AYE             FAITH LEFEAR            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       31.82

 203192503       510 OCTAVIUS ST            DONNA AUSTIN            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $      49.83

 203205001       496 OCTAVIUS ST            PATE LARDIS             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       46.39

 204147604       808 EMERALD ST            ADRIENE ELLIOTT          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $      13.65

 204242601       266 MYRTLE AYE             BERTHA RILEY            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       15.50

 204260001       295 MYRTLE AYE            CORA RODGERS             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $        9.65

 204290101       332 MYRTLE AYE            LODIS MITCHELL           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       41.85

 204422608      301 ORCHARD AYE            LORRAINE HALL            UNCOLLECTABLE-DECEASED      $     112.40

 205040101       274 E APPLE AYE        DOBBEN ENTERPRISES          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       22.28

 205335002        171 ALLEN AYE           WILLIAM HOWELL Ill        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       33.29

 206015104        1032WOODST                MARIA GARCIA            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $      30.10

 206352601      318 CATHERINE AYE          JERRY D CARTER           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $      31.42

 206372501      370 CATHERINE AYE         ARTHUR JACKSON            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $        8.00

 207292602     297 MCLAUGHLIN AYE           JASON OUTLEY            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       39.38

 209005005       1316 ARTHUR ST              CHAD STORY             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       22.69

 209022603       1350 ARTHUR ST       JACK & LAURA SCHWITTERS       UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       48.62

 209065001       1187 RANSOM ST             A SCHWEIFLER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       24.17

 209185102      22 E !SABELLA AYE             JOY ALLEN             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       23.22

 209465101       1306 TERRACE ST            TINA AGUILAR            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $      18.95

 209468002       1315 TERRACE ST         CHARLES ROBINSON           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       49.77

 209487601       1347 TERRACE ST           WILLIAM HOWELL           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       20.86

 211230003       820 TERRACE ST         MUSKEGON LAW BLD LLC        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       35.17

 214272501       80 HAMILTON AYE             OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $      32.08

 214407604         1095 1ST ST             KIMBERLY LEIKER          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       23.73

 215015002      291 HOUSTON AYE      BRASS TACKS CONSTRUCTION       UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $      14.39

 215150001       211 MERRILL AYE          EUGENE D HARVEY          DECEASED - TAX FORECLOSURE   $     439.38

 215317505       189 STRONG AYE           KINDOL MCQUIRTER          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       45.09

 215420003         1251 5TH ST        REAL ESTATE SOLUTION LLC      UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $        1.20

 215467603         1345 5TH ST             CHARLES JONES            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE     $       49.35




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ACCOUNT NO.     SERVICE ADDRESS           CUSTOMER NAME                   DESCRIPTION          AMOUNT

 216030001         1535 5TH ST          SCHARLENE ANDERSON          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       29.05

 216322602       77 W LARCH AVE           BRENDA JOHNSON            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       45.35

 218472402       1975 CLINTON ST      DELORES WYNN HENDRICKS        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       15.50

 218472403       1975 CLINTON ST       CENTURY 21 LUMBERTOWN        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      18.80

 219450001       1465 JIROCH ST           STACEY BOUWMAN            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      40.82

 220367505        1930 LEAHY ST          KIMBERLY COLEMAN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        4.82

 220372503        1937 LEAHY ST            IDELLA WALTON            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       10.84

 220432502       1890 JIROCH ST           COLEMAN HALE JR           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       17.49

 220457502       1938 JIROCH ST             DONNA GRANT             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       22.34

 221125016       1527 TERRACE ST           MICHAEL WILDER           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      18.76

 221155105      1581 TERRACE ST            ANGELA MARTZ             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       18.26

 221195004       1609 TERRACE ST        ROSEMARIE MICHAELS          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $     205.81

 221222502      1660 TERRACE ST         MANDY MARIE HUDSON          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        8.00

 221227502       282 E DALE AVE             KATHY MOLINE            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        6.03

 221242602      1688 TERRACE ST      BRASS TACKS CONSTRUCTION       UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      23.46

 221370001      1912 TERRACE ST              M LHARVEY              UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       11.13

 221372605      1915 TERRACE ST            DARWIN COATES            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      46.54

 222050104      332 E FOREST AVE            EARL PALMER             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        1.75

 222067503      387 E FOREST AVE         DOUGLAS BRUMFIELD          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      15.00

 223037601        1643WOODST                CATHIE VIVIAN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      48.44

 223160007        1868WOODST               VIRGIL BADOUR            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      25.45

 223217502        1942WOODST             ZABULOINA KIRKLAND         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        3.79

 223222502        1947WOODST              MICHELLE L MAHAN          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       33.29

 224140002        1541 SIXTH ST          BERNADETTE BROWN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       1.66

 224182503         1568 6TH ST              MARIA BROWN             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       40.71

 224255001         1647 6TH ST              MARIA MCNAIR            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       10.68

 225022501     321 WASHINGTON AVE         JOSEPH GOODEN             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        6.58

 225062604         1440 7TH ST             LINDA SCHAFER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        3.11

 225070102         1448 7TH ST             MARY VEENSTRA            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       31.50

 225132502      373 W GRAND AVE          STATE OF MICHIGAN              TAX FORECLOSURE        $3,598.88

 225150001         1505 7TH ST             ALVIN KILGORE            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       20.49

 225210003    402 W SOUTHERN AVE         JEWEL FOX WILLIAMS         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       23.09

 225212501    412 W SOUTHERN AVE         ABRAHAM WHEELER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       15.00

 225237501      316 W FOREST AVE      JACQUELINE LOUISE RAULIN      UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       20.37

 226172602      391 HOUSTON AVE           TELENA WILLIAMS           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       20.23




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                                             CITY OF MUSKEGON

              WATER/SEWER FINALIZED ACCOUNT BALANCES PROPOSED FOR WRITE-OFF FISCAL YEAR 2004



ACCOUNT NO.     SERVICE ADDRESS             CUSTOMER NAME                  DESCRIPTION         AMOUNT

 227065001       1184 SEVENTH ST           CAPITAL CONCEPTS         UNCOLLECTABLE SMALL BAL    $      13.32

 227067502       1185 SEVENTH ST           GREGORY KIRKSEY          UNCOLLECTABLE SMALL BAL    $       5.51

 227182503     483 W MUSKEGON AVE          CHARLES BOOKER           UNCOLLECTABLE SMALL BAL    $      35.13

 227260001      439 HOUSTON AVE              LONNIE MINOR           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       38.50

 227260002      439 HOUSTON AVE             TROY JOHNSON            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.32

 227372906       427 MONROE AVE             PRISCILLA PRICE         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      16.20

 228092502        1575 PARK ST              JEFFERY PARKS           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       15.50

 228122601        1656 PARK ST           MARIANNE PLAMONDON         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        1.55

 228222503      523 W GRAND AVE            MARSHALL REDDER          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       40.02

 228285001     475 W SOUTHERN AVE             UJWALKER              UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        8.00

 228297504     515 W SOUTHERN AVE       LAKETOWN INVESTMENTS        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       13.42

 228357606      579 W FOREST AVE       JEFFERY MICHAEL STOWERS      UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       20.37

 298073003         889 2ND ST               MALL ASSOCIATE          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        8.28

 299017501     359 MUSKEGON MALL            MUSKEGON MALL           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97

 299039501     161 MUSKEGON MALL               COMERICA             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       13.24

 299045001     180 MUSKEGON MALL               MR. PRICE            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       17.27

 299052501       MUSKEGON MALL                 MR PRICE             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97

 299055001       MUSKEGON MALL           MUSKEGON MALL STA#3        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97

 299058001     258 MUSKEGON MALL            MUSKEGON MALL           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97

 299064504     305 MUSKEGON MALL      FOOT ACTION - MUSKEGON MALL   UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97

 299066001       MUSKEGON MALL             FIRST ST SVC BLDG        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       29.63

 299066501       2ND ST SER BLDG            MUSKEGON MALL           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97

 299070001       371 MORRIS AVE             MUSKEGON MALL           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97

 299075001      MUSKEGON MALL           MUSKEGON MANAGEMENT         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.97
              1430 WOODCREEK AVE
 305053010           APTC                   LAURIE GLAVICH           BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE      $       38.70

 305092008    1680 WOODCREEK, APT E         LAKHVINDE SINGH         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $      35.55

 306395002       1727 BEIDLER ST           INDEPENDENT BANK         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       12.14

 307247604      809 W FOREST AVE             PABLO FIERRO           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       21.47

 307415002       747 W LARCH AVE           MICHAEL POLLACK           BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE      $       34.30

 307475103       1752 DIVISION ST        JOHNNIE VANDENBOSCH        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       46.16

 308017504      901 W GRAND AVE              JOHN STOKER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        1,33

 308222601      905 W FOREST AVE             CONNIE STOUT           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        6.96

 308317504       915 IRELANDAVE             MARY HERBERT            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        8.71

 309205104    1101 WASHINGTON AVE         BRENT VANDERSTELT         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       26.10

 310385002       1172 W DALE AVE             DEREK WILSON           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       26.47




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                                            CITY OF MUSKEGON

              WATER/SEWER FINALIZED ACCOUNT BALANCES PROPOSED FOR WRITE-OFF FISCAL YEAR 2004



ACCOUNT NO.     SERVICE ADDRESS           CUSTOMER NAME                   DESCRIPTION              AMOUNT

 311002502    1224 MONTGOMERY AVE      SUSAN TALBOT-STANAWAY        UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       49.46

 312305103       1315 PALMER AVE        TIMOTHY VANDENBOSCH         UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       49.14

 313105005      1848 ROBINSON ST            MIRLDAPENA              UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.00

 313190102       1487 PALMER AVE           RANDY KENNEY             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       38.26

 315345001        2125 ESTES ST           RICHARD HOWARD            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       31.58

 315387501        2214ESTES ST            CHARLOTTE MILLER          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       21.45

 317187601     2142 HARRISON AVE             RUTHE KING             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       45.34

 318525004    2130WSHERMAN BLVD       SUNSET GLOBAL INVEST LLC      UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       44.04

 320282501      2569 HARDING AVE           LEANN MARTINEZ           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        4.39

 321127303     2208 HARRISON AVE            DARCY WELSH             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       15.29

 321157504     2266 HARRISON AVE            WARD WAITE              UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       43.56

 321332602       2283 MEURER CT            ELWOOD SKUSE             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        8.00

 321365102       2207 LINCOLN ST           DAWNS HARRIS             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        4.33

 321465002      2207 MORTON AVE          CHARLES BAUMFLEK           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       36.60

 321480003      2228 MORTON AVE            TAMMI L BUCHER           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       26.84

 322042501     3171 LAKESHORE DR          RICHARD M FREYE           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        9.07

 322240001     3296 THOMPSON AVE            DAN CARLSON             UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       24.16

 324190202    3108 COUNTRY CLUB DR         RAMOND LEITER            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       31.89

 325268404     2552 CUMBERLAND ST         DONALD CARLSTON           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       31.37

 325269604     2573 CUMBERLAND ST      MARYANNE VANDERLAAN          UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       25.96

 327018702       1925 NEVADA ST            EARL CRANSTON            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       43.30

 327069004        2130 DOWD ST            VERNEDA PETERS            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       8.61

 327107004       2044 HUDSON ST            SHIRLEY ZAVITZ           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       34.98

 328059203       866 WILSON AVE              OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECTSMALLBALANCE      $       45.73

 329010505     861 W LAKETON AVE             OCCUPANT               UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       27.23

 329098002       1974 KINSEY ST            AMY CHRISTION            UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       11.02


 329103005       2037 KINSEY ST           HARRY L JOURDEN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $        5.34


 390087502      3703 WATSON AVE         CAROLYN SEBESTYEN           UNCOLLECT SMALL BALANCE    $       34.65


 399371101     1148 W WESTERN AVE        WEST Ml STEEL FDRY          BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE      $        8.14

 399372501    1148 WWESTERN AVE          WEST Ml STEEL FDRY          BANKRUPTCY DISCHARGE      $        4.26



  TOTAL                                                                                        I
                                                                                               $ 9,665.661




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                   Commission Meeting Date: December 14, 2004




Date:          December 8, 2004
To:            Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

From:          City Treasurer
RE:            Amend Policy for Adjusting Uncollectible Accounts and
               Set Up Allowance for Doubtful Accounts


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To write-off $266,357 of AIR balances from the period 1998
through 2000, and increase the reserve for doubtful accounts from the current level of
$240,000 to $254,951.

This is also a request to amend the "Policy for Adjusting Uncollectible Accounts" to be made
consistent with the policy used for delinquent personal property taxes. This involves 100%
write-off of AIR balances more than 5 years old and 50% writeoff of balances less than 5
years.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: To record $266,357 as bad debt expense in the general fund for
open balances from 1998, 1999 and 2000 years. Additionally, to record $254,951 as an
allowance for uncollectible accounts in the general fund for 50% of open balances from 2001,
2002, 2003 and 2004 years. $240,000 was previously set up as a eserve and $300,000 was
budgeted as a contingency in the fiscal year 2004 budget



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. The contingency account is adequate
to handle these adjustments.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the requested changes.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: NIA




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                                                                   2004-107(f)


Memorandum
 To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

  From:    City Treasurer

 cc:       City Manager
          Finance Director
 Date:     December 8, 2004

 Re:       Uncollectible Accounts Receivable



 As you know, the City has been faced with numerous budget challenges during the 2004
 year. At the July City Commission work session, the Finance Director noted that one of the
 budget challenges we are faced with in 2004 is a tightening of accounting standards related
 to accounts receivable. The tighter standard allows us to book as year-end receivables in the
 general fund only those accounts receivable estimated to be collectable within a brief period
 of year-end.

 For 2004, there are two classes of AIR write-offs being brought to you:

     1. Routine Write-Offs ($36,077- Under Separate Agenda Item)
     2. One-Time Accounting Adjustment to the City's Historical AIR Balance ($521,307)

 The routine write-offs are covered under a separate agenda item. These represent accounts
 deemed uncollectible due to death, tax foreclosure, administrative error or similar reason.

 The second class of write-offs is the one-time accounting adjustment and is discussed more
 fully below:

 Follow-up to Previous Information Presented to Commission - The one-time adjustment to
 the city's AIR balance is the final step in the AIR strategy originally presented to the
 Commission in July.      Other efforts that have been implemented this year to reduce
 outstanding receivables include; 1) the AIR Amnesty Program, 2) outsourced billing for the
 Environmental Program, 3) policy changes to limit the timeframe for environmental appeals to
 30 days from the date of the original invoice, and 4) 20% discount incentive put in place to
 promote timely payment of environmental and demolition invoices within thirty days.

 Impact to the Bottom Line of City's Financial Statements - In July it was noted that the
 required accounting change could negatively impact the city's fund balance by "as much as
 $400,000." Fortunately, prior preparations will help soften the impact. The calculated amount
 to be adjusted from the city's books is $521,308, of which $240,000 is covered by reserves
 set up in prior years. The remaining balance will be adjusted in two steps:
    1. Write-off $266,357 of NR balances from the period 1998 through 2000 and,
    2. Increase the reserve for doubtful accounts from the current level of $240,000 to
       $254,951 .

The total net adjustment $281,308 ($266,357 plus $14,951) will be taken from the general
fund contingency account. The fiscal year 2004 unused contingency balance is currently
estimated to be over $300,000. It should also be noted that the city will continue to pursue
any available means of further collection efforts (i.e., use of the outside collection agency),
even after these accounts are written off the city's books.

Policy Change/Independent Auditor Consulted - In conjunction with approval of this write off,
staff also recommends that the general accounts receivable writeoff policy be made
consistent with the policy used for delinquent personal property taxes. This involves 100%
write-off of NR balances more than 5 years old and 50% writeoff of balances less than 5
years. Staff has discussed the proposed approach with the city's independent auditors who
agree with and approve of the procedure and method to be used to bring the city's books in
line with the tougher standards.

Types of Bills Outstanding- During the normal course d conducting its business, the dty
invoices parties for a variety of reasons ranging from fines, or penalties to the provision of dty
services or sale of goods. Many billings are paid promptly and the majority of those that are
not are ultimately collected through discontinuance of service, use of thirdparty collection
services, or other means. Following is a summary of the open general fund invoices. Over
86% of the total general fund invoices outstanding are related to the city's efforts to improve
the quality of life for the citizens of Muskegon by fighting blight and mainaining and
enhancing neighborhoods. These efforts include, _lot clean ups (31.3% of outstanding
balance), lot mowings (26.9% of outstanding balance), demos and board-_ups (18.3% of
outstanding balance), and vehicle impounds (9.8% of outstanding balance).

The very nature of many of the outstanding invoices render them as difficult items to collect
on since the vast majority of them are for services provida::I by the city as a result of a code
violation or enforcement action. In addition, many of the associated properties make their
way through the state's tax foreclosure process due to unpaid property taxes. For the long-
range, the city may desire to conduct a thorough study of the costs of providing certain
services versus the benefits derived along with ana~zing the delivery of those services.

Please feel free to contact me should you have any questions. Thank you.


Adopted 12-14-04




_JLO.Ld~
Gail A. Kundinger, MMC
City Clerk




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                     CITY OF MUSKEGON
 BREAKDOWN OF OPEN GENERAL FUND INVOICES AS OF NOVEMBER 2004


SUMMARY BY YEAR BILLEJJ

           Year                  Number                      Open
           Billed               of Invoices                 Balance
               1998                    528              $    63,384.39
               1999                    631                   80,954.86
               2000                    973                  122,016.73
               2001                  1,208                  118,889.72
               2002                  1,251                  134,824.22
               2003                  1,728                  163,622.39
               2004                    902                   92,564.78

                       Total           7,221            $ 776,257.09



        Under the proposed policy change, 50% of delinquent accounts
        for years 1 through 4 and 100% of delinquent accounts for years
        5 and after would be written off. This method would be in line with
        the policy for adjusting delinquent personal property taxes off
        of the City's books.




        Calculation of Amount to Adjust From City's Books

        50% of 2004 outstanding balances                $    46,282.39
        50% of 2003 outstanding balances                     81,811.20
        50% of 2002 outstanding balances                     67,412.11
        50% of 2001 outstanding balances                     59,444.86
        100% of 2000 outstanding balances                   122,016.73
        100% of 1999 outstanding balances                    80,954.86
        100% of 1998 outstanding balances                    63,384.39

        Total for all years combined                   $    521,306.54
                                                                     CITY OF MUSKEGON
                                                 BREAKDOWN OF OPEN GENERAL FUND INVOICES AS OF NOVEMBER 2004


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                                                                                                                                               TOTAL      PERCENT
                                                2004          2003         2002          2001          2000        1999          1998         FOR ALL       OF
DESCRIPTION                                    YEAR           YEAR         YEAR          YEAR          YEAR        YEAR          YEAR         YEARS        TOTAL

BUSINESS LICENSES & PERMITS                       80.00                       95.00                       30.00                                  205.00      0.0%
HOUSING LICENSES                              16,050.00      15,090.00     5,580.00      5,650.00      3,905.00    4,875.00      4,484.90     55.634.90      7.2%
INSPECTION FEE                                   745.00       3,390.00       360.00        460.00        540.00    1,470.00      1,230.30      8.195.30      1.1%
BUILDING PERMITS                               1,934.20          15.00        83.25                                                            2.032.45      0.3%
ELECTRICAL PERMITS                               281.00          35.00                      50.00         44.00                                  410.00      0.1%
PLUMBING PERMITS                                 164.00          7000         43.00                                   43.00                      320.00      0.0%
HEATING PERMITS                                  100.00          97.50       305.00                       35.00                                  537.50      0.1%
RENTAL PROPERTY REGISTRATION                   1,990.00          10.00                                                                         2,000.00      0.3%
SPECIAL EVENTS RE!MBURSEMENT                   1,881.23                                                                                        1,881.23      0.2%
LOT CLEAN UP                                  21,338.00      63,977.32    45,028.73     42,014.73     29,053.24   29,513.96     11,784.33    242,710.31     31.3%
POLICE DEPT INCOME                             6,984.16                                                  825.00                                7,809.16      1.0%
FIRE DEPT INCOME                               5,280.00       1,310.00                                 2,620.00       40.00       397.94       9,647.94      1.2%
ZONING & ENCROACHMENT FEES                       190.00                                                                                          190.00      00''/o
MISC. TREAS. FEES                              2,495.60         210.00       275.00      1,175.00       200.00      175.00        241.80       4,772.40      0.6%
ST ART UP CHARGE/REFUSE                           40.00                                                  50.00                                    90.00      0.0%
REFUSE BAG & BULK SALES                           40.00                                                                                           40.00      0.0%
BASEBALL                                                                                                                          800.00         800.00      0.1%
BASKETBALL                                                                    45.00         88.00                                 275.00         408.00      0.1%
SOCCER                                                                                                                            450.00         450.00      0.1%
PLAYER FEES                                                                                                                       712.60         712.60      0.1%
TOURNAMENT FEES                                  255.00                                                                                          255.00      0.0%
FALSE ALARM FEES/POLICE                        2,235.00         800.00     1,205.00      1,295.00        405.00      363.00        131.00      6,434.00      0.8%
LOT MOWING                                    12,071.00      44,153.00    43,531.25     40,882.66     35,677.00   20,765.00     11,488.57    208,568.48     26.9%
VEHICLE IMPOUND FEES                          13,850.00      22,765.00    14,750.00     13,850.00     10,825.00                               76,040.00      9.8%
MISC. RECREATION INCOME                          200.00                                                                                          200.00      0.0%
FLEA MARKET AT FARMERS MARKET                     15.00                                                                                           15.00      0.0%
FARMERS MARKET                                                    5.00                                                                             5.00      0.0%
PARKING LOT RENT AL                              233.33                                                                                          233.33      0.0%
PICNIC SHELTER                                                                                                                    100.00         100.00      0.0%
DELINQUENT FEES                                  150.00                                                                                          150.00      0.0%
INTEREST/LATE INVOICES                                                       234.00                                               486.30         720.30      0.1%
PROPERTY TRANSFER AFFIDAVIT FINES                                                        2,200.00                                              2,200.00      0.3%
TRAFFIC FINES & FEES                                             55.00        90.00         85.00                                                230.00      0.0%
MISC. & SUNDRY FEES                               24.13          35.00        20.00                                   24.87                      104.00      0.0%
DEMOS AND BOARD-UPS                            3,938.13      11,604.57    23,178.99     11,139.33     37,807.49   23,685.03     30,801 65   ~155.19         18.3%
TOTAL                                         92.564.78     163,622.39   134,824.22:   118,889.72_   122,016.73                              776,257.09
                                                                                                                  80,954.86   ~-'~84.39                    100.0%
Date:        December 14, 2004
To:          Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:        Engineering
RE:          Consideration of Bids
             Shoreline Dr. Phase II (First to Webster)


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
Consideration of the bids received to reconstruct, resurface and signal & bridge work be
on the second and final phase of Shoreline Dr. Jackson Merkey out of Muskegon is the
lowest responsible bidder with a bid price of $1,788,462.74.


FINANCIAL IMPACT:
The construction cost of $1,788,462.74 plus engineering cost which is estimated at an
additional 15%.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None, all costs are expected to be eligible for the MDOT's grant the City had received two
years ago.




STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Staff recommendation will be presented at the work session to allow for time to evaluate the
bids in more details.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
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                                                                                                                                                                                           BID TABULATION
                                                                                                                                                                                          DECEMBER 7, 2004

                                                                                                                                                                         KAMMINGA & ROODVOETS                            JACKSON-MERKEY                                 MILBOCKER & SONS                          WADEL STABILIZATION                     DIVERS CO CONSTRUCTION                               C& D HUGHES
                                                                    CONTRACTOR NAME

                                                                       STREET ADDRESS                                                     ENGINEER'S                    3435 BROADMOOR AVE. SE                         555 E. WESTERN AVE.                                 1256 29TH ST.                           2500 N. OCEANA DR.                           675CLYDECT.SW                                3097 LANSING RD.

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                                                                                                                                                                                    BID TABULATION
                                                                                                                                                                                   DECEMBER 7, 2004

                                                            CONTRACTOR NAME                                                                                       KAMMINGA & ROODVOETS                                 JACKSON-MERKEY                                      MILBOCKER & SONS                                   WADEL STABILIZATION                         DIVERSCO CONSTRUCTION                                      C &D HUGHES
                                                             STREET AODRESS                                           ENGINEER'S                                 3435 BROADMOOR AVE. SE                               555 E. WESTERN AVE.                                      1256 29TH ST.                                   2500 N. OCEANA DR.                             67SCLYDECT.SW                                        3097 LANSING RD.
                                                                  CITY/ST/ZIP                                           ESTIMATE                                  GRAND RAPIDS. Ml 49512                          MUSKEGON. Ml 49442-1039                                  ALLEGAN. Ml 49010                                        _HART. Ml 49420                       _E))'RON CENTER. Ml 49315                               CHARLOTTE. Ml 48/l13
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                                                                                                                                                                                         BID TABULATION
                                                                                                                                                                                        DECEMBER 7, 2004

                                                               CONTRACTOR NAME                                                                                          KAMMINGA & ROODVOETS                                  JACKSON-MERKEY                                 MILBOCKER & SONS                              WADEL STABILIZATION                    DIVERSCO CONSTRUCTION                                    C& D HUGHES
                                                                STREET AOORESS                                                 ENGINEER'S                              3435 BROADMOOR AVE. SE                               555 E. WESTERN AVE,                                  1256 29TH ST.                              2500 N, OCEANA DR.                          675 CLYDE CT. SW                                 3097 LANSING RO,
                                                                     CITY/STIZIP.                                               ESTIMATE                                 GRAND RAPIDS. Ml 49512                          MUSKEGON. Ml 49442-1039                             ALLEGAN. Ml 49010                                HART. Ml 49420                       BYRON CENTER. Ml 49315                              CHARLOTTE. Ml 48813
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0520     8157050!_ Caryopteris Clardonensis. 24 Inch                                      120           Ea
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0525     8157050!- Echinacea-Purpurea, 1 Year No. 1 Container                            2900           Ea    .L...... _       l .OO   _L.--1-,JlQ.g,_qg__ -~-----~-                                                                                                                                                                  L._..1~Jg\!:,QQ..        .§··-··-·!:l.,9.9_1_~..--,-.. _2,§.,~.Q_,_000+'-------''~+•'--------'''00,'.JlS
0530     8157050 _ For.sythia•Sunrise, 24 Inch                                            120           Ea
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0535     8157050 _ Hemcrocalis-Carey Qu;no, 1 Year No. 1 Container                       3200           Ea
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0540 I   5157050 _ Panicum Virgatum-Cloud Nine, 3/4 Inch Pols                            1924           Ea      $_···-····-·· 1·00      S •...        1, 924 _00 _,,S, __ ,_, 4 .00        S ___ 7 ,!3~ 6,qQ       µ ___ a,,:~f--'--- ___,.,a,,,sCL________,,QQ_;CL,_ _ _,,L,,,,os,!-'- --- -'•"-I
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                                                                                                                                                                                BID TABULATION
                                                                                                                                                                               DECEMBER 7, 2004


                                                          CONTRACTOR NAME                                                                                      KAMMINGA& ROODVOETS                                         JACKSON"MERKEY                                   MILBOCKER & SONS                                 WADEL STABILIZATION                         DIVERSCO CONSTRUCTION                                C& OHUGHES

                                                           STREET ADDRESS                                                    ENGINEER'S                       3435 BROADMOORAVE. SE                                    555 E. WESTERN AVE.                                     1256 2STH ST.                                   2500 N. OCEANA DR.                           675 CL YOE CT. SW                               3097 LANSING RO.

                                                                 CITY/ST/ZIP                                                  ESTIMATE                         GRANO RAPIDS, Ml 49512                               MUSKEGON. Ml 49442•1039                                 ALLEGAN. Ml 49010                                    HART. M l ~                             BYRON CENTER. Ml 49315                           CHARLOTTE. Ml 48813

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                                                                                                                                                                                                                            _t?~-
Date:      December 14, 2004
To:        Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:      Engineering
RE:        Consideration of Proposals for Engineering
           Services on Former Mall Site


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To enter into an engineering service
agreement after review of staff recommendation presented at the
Commission Worksession December 13, 2004. Due to time limitation to
commit the Enterprise Community Funds which requires an executed
agreement by the 20 th of December, proposals for full engineering
service (Design & Construction) were solicited two weeks ago and were
                                     th
due back on Wednesday, December 8 .



FINANCIAL IMPACT: The cost for the engineering services would be
from the Enterprise Community Funds.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval
                             CITY OF MUSKEGON
                     CONSULTING ENGINEERING AGREEMENT


                    FORMER MALL AREA RE-DEVELOPMENT
                             PROJECT NAME


         THIS AGREEMENT, made and entered into as of this      /Pl,    day of
 1/4,•c:mb<'r, 2004, A.O., by and between Fleis & Vandenbrink Engineering, Inc.,
 Consulting Engineers, of316 Morris Ave., Suite 230, Muskegon, Michigan 49440,
 hereinafter referred to as the "CONSULTANT", And the City of Muskegon, a Pub! ic
 Body Corporation, hereinafter referred to as the CITY.

        WITNESSETH:

         WHEREAS, the CITY desires to engage the professional services of the
. CONSULTANT to perform certain engineering and other related services required in
  connection with the project as defined by the Work Plan Outline referred to as the
  "PROJECT".

      WHEREAS, the CONSULTANT is willing to render the services desired by the
CITY for the consideration hereinaficr expressed; and

        WHEREAS, the parties hereto have reached an understanding regarding the
performance of the PROJECT work and desire to set forth this understanding in the form
of a written agreement.

        NOW THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY AGREED by and between the parties
hereto that:

I.   THE CONSUL TANT SHALL, perform professional services in connection with the
       PROJECT as hereinafter stated.

        THE CONSULT ANT SHALL, serve as the CITY'S Professional Representative
in all of the Phases of the PROJECT, and will give consultation and advice to the CITY
during the perfonnance of his services as follows:

        WORK PLAN OUTLINE

        The work will consist of the following steps:




                                         l -   I '1
                               STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING
                                                                                                    ili
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We recognize the following issues as being of specific concern to the City for successful
completion of the Mall Area Re-Development:

Project Summary

The City of Muskegon is seeking qualificalions/proposals from qualified engineering firms to
provide comprehensive engineering services for the design of streets and utilities for re-
development of the Downtown Mall Area. A preliminary approved site plan has been provided
for use in preparation of the proposal and statement of qualifications. The project will be limited
to areas within the proposed street right-of-ways.

The project schedule is critical due to funding requirements and to the revitalization of downtown
Muskegon. We understand design for the project should begin before the end of this year. The
project should be out to bid in order to complete construction in 2005 construction season.

Familiarity with and working with various governmental funding agencies is critical to meeting the
project's schedule. Project Funding is in the works and not final at this stage of the project.

Project Specifics

We understand the following scope of work is to be provided for the re-development:
        1.    Collect Survey information necessary to design               and prepare            right-of-way
              descriptions for the proposed streets
        2.    Establish street alignments based on the approved preliminary site plan.
        3.    Design infrastructure utilities for the proposed development.
        4.    As an option, provide a design or preliminary study for a proposed snowmelt system
              beneath the walks and roadways.


Project Design

The scope of work shall include design of the following streets:
        1. Western Ave. between Third and Terrace approximately 1700 Lit.
       2. Jefferson St. between Clay and Morris approximately 900 Lit.
       3. First St. between Clay and Morris approximately 700 Lit
       4. Second St. between Clay and Morris approximately 700 Lit
       5.    Market St. between Terrace and Jefferson approximately 350 Lit.

All of the streets listed above are two way local streets with 11 ft. minimum lanes. Each street
has on-street parking either angle or parallel. The proposed site plan includes two traffic circles
similar to the existing traffic circle used for the Edison Landing Development along the lakefront.
Landscaping features for these traffic circles should be considered in the design of the street
system. Soil borings will be provided for design of the streets and utilities.




~FLEIS & VANDENBRINK                                        P3848 Slalemenl of Understanding Mall Redeveloprnen!.doc
    ENGINEERING,       INC.
                                           2 - I7
We understand water, storm and sanitary sewer systems are included in the design of the local
streets and will be sized according to the proposed re-development preliminary site plan.

Upon completion and acceptance of the construction documents and plans, permit applications
for construction of the water and sewer are to be submitted.

Bidding and Construction Services

We understand the consulting firm is to provide bidding and construction services for this project.
The following services are proposed:
    1.   Provide 20 sets of bid documents for the completed design.
    2.   Assist the City with bidding and advertising the project.
    3.   Conduct a Pre-bid and Pre-Construction meeting and distribute the meeting minutes.
    4.   Provide Construction surveys and staking along with establishing the R-O-W.
    5.   Provide full time inspection for the project. The City has requested the consultants to
         figure 12 weeks at 50 hours per week for this task.
   6.    Provide soil and material testing according to MOOT requirements.
   7.    Upon completion of the project, provide Record drawings in reproducible and electronic
         format utilizing AutoCAD.


Snowmelt System

We understand the City would like to investigate the possibility of a snu.vmelt system for the
streets and roads. This portion of the proposal is to be separated from the design proposal as
this system may or may not be constructed. The specifics of the snowmelt system would be
investigated along with estimated cost to construct. Once the study has been completed a
decision would then be made to proceed with the final design of the system.


Meetings

The City would like the proposal to include meetings required with the City, Owner, M DEQ and
other permitting agencies, contractors, utility companies, affected property owners and general
public relations. The City has requested the proposal contain a minimum of 15 hours for these
meetings.




~FLEIS & VANDENBRINK                                         P3848 S1a!emen1 of Understanding Mall Redevelopment.doc
    ENGINEERING,        INC.                 3-   17
                             STATEMENT OF UNDERSTANDING
                           FOR A DOWNTOWN SNOWMEL T SYSTEM

We recognize the following issues as being of specific concern to the City for successful
completion of the Mall Area Re-Development:

Snowmelt System

We understand the City would like to investigate the possibility of a snowmelt system for the
streets and roads.

F&V proposes an initial study phase for the development of a snowmelt system suitable for the
Mall Area Re-Development. This study phase will:

        •   Investigate the sources of heat potentially available for the system, including:
                    ► Existing waste heat from Consumer's Energy Cobb facility
                    ► Centralized boiler combined with other buildings/facilities
                    ► New dedicated boiler for the snowmelt system
                    ► Other waste heat sources


        •   Identify locations for the installation of snowmelt equipment and controls.

        •   Develop potential routes for transfer of the energy (steam/hot water) from the waste
            heat source to the Mall Area.

        •   Calculate heat demands and estimate operating costs for a "typical winter".

        •   Provide an estimate\cost to construct for the most feasible system identified.


                                           It is our experience that most snowmelt systems that
                                           have been constructed utilize a waste heat source to
                                           provide the required energy at an acceptable operating
                                           cost. Examples of the type of heat source used are
                                           power generation (Holland) and trash incineration
                                           (Grand Rapids). Hence, the initial efforts for this study
                                           would be to identify and assess the potential of any
                                           existing facilities with a potentially usable heat source.

                                              The study will provide the estimated construction and
    -.~..                                     operating costs of heating the full street area of the
Mall Area re-development. In addition, we propose to provide a breakout of our estimates such
that the City can consider the viability, for example, of only heating the sidewalks.

F&V would present a study report to the City giving specifics of the recommended snowmelt
system and provide discussion of alternate heat sources (if any). At that time the City will have
information to make a decision on whether to proceed with the final design of the system.




tiJLEIS & VANDENBRINK                                             P3848 Slalemen! of Unders1anding -Snow Mell.doc
    lNCINEERING,       INC.
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                                                                                City ol Muskegon
                                                                          Downtown Mall Re-development                                           316 Noni, ,\~