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               CITY OF MUSKEGON
               CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                              APRIL 24, 2001
         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 PRESENTATIONS:
o CONSENT AGENDA:
               a. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
               b. Annual Taxicab License Renewal. CITY CLERK
               c. Purchase of 2026 Waalkes Street (Seaway              Industrial    Park)
                  PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
               d. Sale of Buildable Vacant Lots on Erickson Street. PLANNING &
                  ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
               e. Approve the City of Muskegon 2001 Action Plan.          COMMUNITY
                  AND NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
               f.   Consideration of Bids - Houston, Sanford to First. ENGINEERING
               g. City - MDOT Agreement for: Sherman Blvd., Glenside to Lincoln.
                  ENGINEERING
               h. City -MDOT Agreement for Laketon Avenue, Wood to Peck.
                  ENGINEERING
               i.   Purchasing of Computer Equipment. POLICE
o PUBLIC HEARINGS:
o COMMUNICATIONS:
o CITY MANAGER'S REPORT:
               a. Report on Special Assessment Notification.
o UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
               a. Concurrence with Housing Board of Appeals Notice & Order to
                           demolish:
                           1) 15 E. Muskegon
•   NEW BUSINESS:
                       a. First Quarter 2001 Budget Reforecast. FINANCE
                       b. Street Vacation. Watson Avenue. East of Nelson. PLANNING &
                          ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                       c. Alley Vacation. bounded by Beach. Nelson. Rodaers and Lake.
                          PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                       d. Muskegon County Gasoline Prices. CITY MANAGER
                       e. Condemnation of Land for Lakeshore Bike Path {Waterfront Centre
                           Property). PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
                      f.   Request for Permission to apply for two {2) FEMA Grants for Fire
                           Protection. CITY MANAGER
•   ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
•   PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
•   CLOSED SESSION:
•   Reminder: Individuals who would like to address the City Commission shall do the following:
•   Be recognized by the Chair.
•   Step foiward to the microphone.
•   State name and address.
•   Limit of 3 minutes to address the Commission.
•   {Speaker representing a group may be allowed l O minutes if previously registered with City Clerk.)
•   ADJOURNMENT:
ADA POLICY: THE CITY OF MUSKEGON WILL PROVIDE NECESSARY AUXILIARY AIDS AND SERVICES TO INDIVIDUALS WHO WANT TO
ATTEND THE MEETING UPON TWENTY FOUR HOUR NOTICE TO THE CITY OF MUSKEGON. PLEASE CONTACT GAIL A. KUNDINGER,
CITY CLERK, 933 TERRACE STREET, MUSMI 49440 OR BY CALLING (231) 724-6705 OR TDD: (231) 724-4172.
Date:      April24,2001
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 Commission
Worksession that was held on Monday, April 9, 2001 and the Regular
Commission Meeting that was held on Tuesday, April 10, 2001.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
      CITY OF MUSKEGON
          CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                          APRIL 24,2001
    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 5:30pm, Tuesday, April 24, 2001.
   Mayor Fred J. Nielsen opened the meeting by introducing Dr. M.J. Bender, of
Conquering Faith Fellowship, who offered the prayer after which the members
of the City Commission and the members of the public joined in reciting the
Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
ROLL CALL FOR THE REGULAR COMMISSIONE MEETING:
   Present: Mayor Fred J. Nielsen; Vice Mayor Scott Sieradzki; Commissioner
John Aslakson; Jone Wortelboer Benedict; Robert Schweifler; Clara Shepherd;
Lawrence Spataro.
2001-44    CONSENT AGENDA:
                  a. Approval of Minutes. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the minutes of the Commission Worksession
that was held on Monday, April 9, 2001 and the Regular Commission Meeting
that was held on Tuesday, April l 0, 2001.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of the minutes.
                  b. Annual Taxicab License Renewal. CITY CLERK
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This request is from Thomas Wakefield, owner of Wake-
field Leasing, whose office is located at 770 W Sherman Blvd., Muskegon, Ml. Mr.
Wakefield is requesting approval of a license to operate 20 taxicabs for both
Port City Cab and Yellow Cab Company. He has 16 taxicabs at this time and
plans on adding 4 more. The Muskegon Police Department has inspected 16 of
the taxicabs and approves this request. Staff recommends approval of the 16
taxicabs.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of 16 taxicabs.
              c. Purchase of 2026 Waalkes Street (Seaway Industrial Park)
PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To purchase property located at 2026 Waalkes Street
pursuant to the City of Muskegon goal of creating the Seaway Industrial Park.
This request is pursuant to a purchase agreement signed by Henry Herbst, 4127
Deerrun, Muskegon, Michigan on April 13, 2001. The purchase price is
$43,000.00.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: State of Michigan Urban Land Assembly or U.S. EDA funds
will be used to purchase this property.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To grant approval of the attached resolution con-
senting to the purchase of 2026 Waalkes for the development of the Seaway In-
dustrial Park.
               d. Sale of Buildable Vacant Lots on Erickson Street.
PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the sale of the four (4) vacant buildable lots
on Erickson Street (designated as parcel numbers 24-205-141-0012-10, 24-205-
 141-0012-00, 24-205-141-0013- l 0, and 24-205-141-113-00) described as Lots 12 &
 13, Block 141, Revised Plat of 1903 to Douglas and Jeanette Moore, of 1232
Chestnut Street, Muskegon, Ml. the combination of the four buildable lots results
in a lot that is 132 X 132 feet. The lot is being offered to Mr. and Mrs. Moore for
$3,500.00. They plan to use the land for the construction of a 1,366 sq. ft. single-
family home with a two stall attached garage. The Moore's are participants in
the City's Infill Program. The price of the lot is set through Jackson Hill Marketing
Plan at $3,500.00 and the Moore's submitted the only bid of $3,500.00.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The sale of this lot for construction of a new home will gen-
erate additional tax revenue for the City and will place the property back on
the tax rolls thus relieving the City of continued maintenance costs.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the attached resolution and to authorize
both the Mayor and City Clerk to sign said resolution.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: The LRC recommended approval at their
March 20, 2001 meeting of these four lots for the construction of one single fam-
ily home through the city's In-Fill Program.
              e. Approve the City of Muskegon 2001 Action Plan.
COMMUNITY AND NEIGHBORHOOD SERVICES
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the 2001 Community Development/HOME
Action Plan for the 2001-2002 fiscal year. It is further requested that the Commis-
sion authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the 2001-2002 Action Plan, so the
-Community and Neighborhood Services can request the U.S. Department of
Housing and Urban Development to release the 2001-2002 City of Muskegon
CDBG/HOME Funding.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The total CDBG/HOME funding is approximately $1.8 million
dollars.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve both items.
                   h.   City-MDOT Agreement for: Laketon Avenue. Wood to
                        Peck. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the attached contract with Michigan De-
partment of Transportation for the Milling & Resurfacing as well as the construc-
tion of a left turn lane on Laketon Ave. from Wood to Peck and to approve the
attached resolution authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the contract.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Michigan Department of Transportation participation is
about $150,000. The estimated total cost of the project is $350,000.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. The City's share of the cost will
come out of the Major Street Fund as was budgeted.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the attached agreement and resolution be
approved.
                  i.    Purchase of Computer Equipment. POLICE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Police Department staff request that the Commission
approve the use of FY 2001 Weed and Seed grant money to purchase new
computer hardware and supporting software for the narcotics team. The cur-
rent hardware ranges in age from 4-6 years. This request includes an upgrade
that will allow easy access to our county-wide records system, photo retrieval
and reproduction and instant access to the Law Enforcement Information Net-
work.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: No impact on general fund monies.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: $16,886.31 in grant money to be utilized for this pur-
chase. Dell submitted the low bid(per attached quote from Information Serv-
ices).
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: In order to increase the efficiency of the narcotics
unit, staff recommends that the Commission authorize the purchase of the
computer system.
Moved by Commissioner Schweifler, seconded by Commissioner Spataro to ap-
prove the consent agenda as read with the exception of items f,g, which were
removed.
ROLL VOTE: AYES: Spataro, Aslakson, Benedict, Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd,
Sieradzki
            NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
2001-45   ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA:
                  f.    Consideration of Bids - Houston, Sanford to First.
                        ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To award the contract for the construction of Houston
between Sanford and First to Felco Contractors since they were the lowest re-
sponsible bidder with a bid price of $98,088.25.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The construction cost of $98,088.25 plus related engineer-
ing expenses.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None, this project will be funded from the money
that was budgeted for Division Street.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Award the contract to Felco Contractors.
Moved by Vice Mayor Sieradzki, seconded by Commissioner Aslakson to
award the contract for construction of Houston between Sanford and First to
Felco Contractors.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Aslakson, Benedict, Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradski,
Spataro
            NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
                  g. City - MDOT Agreement for: Sherman Blvd. Glenside to
                     Lincoln. ENGINEERING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve the attached contract with Michigan De-
partment of Transportation for the Milling & Resurfacing of Sherman Blvd. From
Glenside to Lincoln and to approve the attached resolution authorizing the
Mayor and City Clerk to sign the contract.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Michigan Department of Transportation participation is
about $560,000 but not to exceed 81.85% of eligible cost. The estimated total
cost of the project including engineering and water services which are not a
participating cost is $850,000.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None at this time. The City's share of the cost will
come out of the Major Street and Water Fund as was budgeted.
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: That the attached agreement and resolution be
approved.
Moved by Commissioner Asiakson, seconded by Commissioner Spataro to ap-
prove the contract with MDOT for Milling and Resurfacing of Sherman Blvd. From
Glenside to Lincoln.
ROLL VOTE: AYES: Aslakson, Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradzki, Spataro
            NAYS: Benedict,
MOTION ADOPTED
PUBLIC HEARINGS: None
COMMUNICATIONS: None
2001-46    CITY MANAGER'S REPORT:
                  a. Report on Special Assessment Notification.
Discussion was held on Special Assessment Notification. No action was taken at
this time.
2001-47      UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
                  a. Concurrence with Housing Board of Appeals Notice & Or-
der to demolish 15 E. Muskegon INSPECTIONS (From April 10 meeting)
(Staff requests that this item be delayed until the next regular meeting unless
items are worked out with the property owner prior to that date (then it will not
need to be on the agenda).
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Com                 m1ss1on
Concur with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure lo-
cated at 15 E. Muskegon. Muskegon Ml is unsafe, substandard, a public nui-
sance and that it be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested
that administration be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure
and that the Mayor and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a
contract for demolition with the lowest responsible bidder.
Item postponed until the May 8th meeting.
Moved by Commissioner Benedict, seconded by Commissioner Schweifler to
postpone this item until the May 8th meeting of the Regular Commission.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradzki, Spataro, Aslakson,
Benedict,
              NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
2001-48      NEW BUSINESS:
                    a. First Quarter 2001 Budget Reforecast. FINANCE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: At this time staff is transmitting the First Quarter 2001
Budget Reforecast which outlines proposed changes to the original budget that
have come about as a result of changes in policy priorities, labor contracts, up-
dated information, or other factors. For the next meeting, an action item will be
placed on the agenda for adoption of the proposed first quarter budget re-
forecast together with any additional changes deemed necessary by Commis-
sioners.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: The first quarter 2001 Budget Reforecast reflects only very
minor changes. The primary adjustments are in the area of capital improve-
ments. We're pleased to report that two major budgetary challenges (2000
census and healthcare costs) have been surmounted with no real damage to
the budget.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: Self-explanatory
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The City Commission should review the Reforecast to
ensure it reflects their policy initiatives. At the next City Commission meeting,
staff will request formal approval of the Reforecast and related budget
amendments.
No vote necessary at this time.
                   b. Street Vacation. Watson Avenue. east of Nelson.
PLANNING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request for vacation of Watson Ave., east of Nelson St.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The Planning Commission recommended approval
of the alley vacation at their April 12th meeting. The vote was unanimous.
Moved by Commissioner Schweifler, seconded by Commissioner Spataro to ap-
prove the vacation of Watson Ave, east of Nelson Street.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Shepherd, Sieradzki, Spataro, Aslakson, Benedict, Nielsen,
Schweifler,
             NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
                   c. Alley Vacation. bounded by Beach. Nelson. Rodgers and
Lake. PLANNING
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Request for vacation of both the north/south and the
east/west alleys in Block 753 (bounded by Beach St., Nelson St., Rodgers Ave.,
and Lake Ave.).
FINANCIAL IMPACT: None
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: The Planning Commission recommended approval
of the alley vacation at their April 12th meeting. The vote was unanimous.
Moved by Commissioner Schweifler, seconded by Commissioner Aslakson to
approve the vacation of both the north/south and east/west alleys in Block 753.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Sieradzki, Spataro, Aslakson, Benedict, Nielsen, Schweifler,
Shepherd,
            NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
                  d. Muskegon County Gasoline Prices. CITY MANAGER
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: To approve a resolution to support Muskegon County's
investigation into why gasoline prices are more expensive that those of area
counties.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: Reduction in gasoline prices could save the City significant
money.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: To approve the attached resolution.
COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION: This resolution was requested by the City
Commission at their meeting of April 10, 2001.
Moved by Commissioner Shepherd, seconded by Commissioner Aslakson to
approve the resolution to support Muskegon County in their investigation into the
gasoline prices.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Spataro, Aslakson, Benedict, Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd,
Sieradzki,
             NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
                  e. Condemnation of land for Lakeshore Bike Path (Waterfront
Centre property). PLANNING & ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: Approval of resolution to initiate eminent domain (con-
demnation) proceedings against Fifth/Third Bank for a parcel of land required
for the construction of the Lakeshore Trail. Fifth/Third has been offered
$22,000.00 for the subject property, which was based upon an independent ap-
praisal. The condemnation would constitute a "partial take" of the property,
amounting to approximately 15,000 square feet. No response to this offer has
been received from Fifth/Third Bank.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: $22,000.00 plus any jury verdict in excess of this amount,
plus litigation costs. The funds will come from the proceeds of the sale of the
Chase Hammond Golf Course.
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of this request and for
the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the Declaration of Taking and Resolution.
Moved by Commissioner Benedict, seconded by Commissioner Schweifler to
approve the resolution to initiate eminent domain proceedings against
Fifth/Third Bank for a parcel of land required for the construction of the Lake-
shore Trail.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Aslakson, Benedict, Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradzki,
Spataro,
            NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
                   f. Request for Permission to apply for two (2) FEMA Grants for
Fire Protection. FIRE
SUMMARY OF REQUEST: The Fire Department is requesting City Commission per-
mission to apply for two (2) Federal Emergency Management Agency grants for
fire protection for the City of Muskegon.
FINANCIAL IMPACT: $70,000 from Public Improvement Fund
BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None
STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Staff recommends approval of grant applications to
Federal Emergency Management Agency for a fire training tower and rescue
boat.
Moved by Commissioner Benedict, seconded by Commissioner Aslakson to ap-
prove the request for permission to apply for 2 Federal Emergency Management
Agency grants for fire protection.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Benedict, Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradzki, Spataro,
Aslakson,
            NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
2001-49    ANY OTHER BUSINESS:
                  a. Reports on Tax abatements:
Moved by Commissioner Spataro, seconded by Commissioner Schweifler to ta-
ble the issue on tax abatements for the next work session agenda for the May 7th
work session.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradzki, Spataro, Aslakson,
Benedict,
            NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
2001-50    PUBLIC PARTICIPATION:
Various comments were heard from the general public.
Moved by Vice Mayor Sieradzki, seconded by Commissioner Spataro to refer
the issue of leaves on vacant city lots to the Land Reutilization Committee.
ROLL VOTE: A YES: Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradzki, Spataro, Aslakson, Benedict,
Nielsen,
            NAYS: None
MOTION ADOPTED
ADJOURNMENT:
The Regular Commission Meeting for the City of Muskegon was adjourned at
6:55pm.


                                        Respectfully submitted;




                                        Gail Kundinger, CMC/AAE
                                        City Clerk
GK/do
Date:      April 24, 2001
To:        Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:      Gail A. Kundinger, City Clerk
RE:        Annual Taxicab License Renewal -
           Port City Cab Company & Yellow Cab Company




SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This request is from Thomas Wakefield,
owner of Wakefield Leasing, whose office is located at 770 W. Sherman
Blvd., Muskegon, Ml. Mr. Wakefield is requesting approval of a license
to operate 20 taxicabs for both Port City Cab Company and Yellow Cab
Company. He has 16 taxicabs at this time and plans on adding 4 more.
The Muskegon Police Department has inspected the taxicabs and
approves this request.



FINANCIAL IMPACT: None.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED: None.



STAFF RECOMMENDATION: Approval of 16 taxicabs.
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MOURER-FOSTER, INC.                                                                        HOLDER. THIS CERTIFICATE DOES NOT AMEND, EXTEND OR
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    MAY PERTAIN, THE INSURANCE AFFORDED BY THE POLICIES DESCRIBED HEREIN IS SUBJECT TO ALL THE TERMS, EXCLUSIONS AND CONDITIONS OF SUCH
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Present Business of. each person
connected with the above application.




Give experience of. applicant in taxicab
business in this City or elsewhere.

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Number of cabs applicant proposes to use_ _ __                                                       2.D     '-\~'

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Have any oI the persons connected with the
7orporation been charged with or conyi_r;t~
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Name 0£ insuxance company with which
applicant is insured and amount of coverage.

Name o:f local agent or. representative, --'::.I

Is 1:he above applicant
proposed to be used?

State liens, mortgages    other                                  including conditional sales
contracts on such taxicabs.

Attached hereto is a list or the automobiles with name of make, body-style,
year, serial and engine number, state license plate number, seating
capacity, weight of car which is considered a part of this application.

The applicant's annual :financial and profit and loss statements covering
his operations during the last preceding fiscal year shall be attached to
this application.                                   .              ,                                   ,j
                                              Signature        /4rr-w-4 LJ~~
Subscribed and sworn to before me              . .     d ~      h                           7
                                  a Not~-.Public in a.n .or Mus~egon
County, Michigan, this          C:tJ..
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                                                                 Chief of Pol1.ce
                              APPLICATIOO FOR TAXICAB OPERATOR
                                           in the
                                 CITY CF MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN


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Give experience of applicant in taxicab
business in this City or elsew ere.
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Number of cabs applicant proposes to use,__.~-1-=v~h:;;..,~/::,...,____________

Are there any unpaid or unbonded judgments, la,-.
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of record against the applicant -----~f.;:...V~(C~✓----------------
Have any of the persons connected with the above as individual, firm or
t:;orporation been charged with or convi_ctru:i o:f any crime o~ __misd~meanor,'
i:f so, state date and Court.          l/ &C-{'ii.,,         , · ~ tv'




Name 0£ insurance company with which                                  ,i .,         r::!,_ / .., /t~?;l·~/~~"
applicant is insured and amount of Coverage.                         /JJO?/ 112.e-c CJ?i'~ :> c:0,1
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Is the above applicantSthe sole owner of all the automobiles
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contracts on such taxicabs.     . /    a.1,/ t,.   £      es
State liens, mortgage~ or othe~:ybrances inc+fhfg c;&q_itional sales
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Attached hereto is a list of the automo~iles with name of make, bly-styl~,
year, serial and engine number, state license plate number~ seating
capacity, weight of car which is considered a part of this application.
The applicant 1 s annual financial and profit·and loss statements covering
his operations during the last preceding fiscal year shall                                                         to
this application.                              /1
                                                    Signature          L/Z,r;. ✓,~,
Subscribed and sworn to before me a Nota~r Public in an - or .Muskegon .
County, Michigan, this /f) tA day of     IJCI /             , ~ ,;L.uo /.

My commission expires
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 Application Approved
                                                                        Chief of Police
                                     APPLICATIOO FOR TAXICAB OPERATOR
                                                  in the
                                        CITY OF MUSKEGON, MICHIGAN

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of record against the applicant ______....;r:;.-1..;•.....;:C~J_ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ __

Have any of the persons connected with the above as individual, firm or
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contracts on such taxicabs.

Attached hereto is a list oft e automobiles wi h name of make, body-style,
year, serial and engine number, state license plate number, seating
capacity, weight of car which is considered a part of this application.
The applicant's annual financial and profit- and loss statements covering
his operations during the last preceding fiscal year shall be attached to
this application.
                                                                     Signature __________________

Subscribed and sworn to before me a Notary Public in and for Muskegon
County, Michigan, this ____ day of _____________ , 19____

My commission expires
                                                                                                Notary Public
 Application Approved
                                                                                             Chief of Police
                  Commission Meeting Date: April 24, 2001

Date:        April16,2001
To:          Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:        Planning & Economic Development           cJ!j'/
RE:          Purchase of 2026 Waalkes Street • Seaway Industrial Park


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

To purchase property located at 2026 Waalkes Street pursuant to the City of Muskegon
goal of creating the Seaway Industrial Park. This request is pursuant to a purchase
agreement signed by Henry Herbst, 4127 Deerrun, Muskegon, Michigan on April 13,
2001. The purchase price is $43,000.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

State of Michigan Urban Land Assembly or U.S. EDA funds will be used to purchase
this property.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

None

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:

To grant approval of the attached resolution consenting to the purchase of 2026
Waalkes for the development of the Seaway Industrial Park.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:

None




4/16/2001                                                                        1
                                       Resolution No. 2001 -44 ( c)

                              MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION


   RESOLUTION APPROVING ACQUISITION OF PROPERTY AT 2026 WAALKES STREET
                               FOR$43,000



 WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon and Henry Herbst have entered into a purchase agreement
 for property located at 2026 Waalkes Street, Muskegon, Ml; and

 WHEREAS, the purchase of property located at 2026Waalkes Street, Muskegon, Michigan, is
 consistent with the City's goal to create the Seaway Industrial Park; and

WHEREAS, the City of Muskegon intends to utilize State of Michigan Urban Land Assembly or
U.S. EDA funds for the purchase of the subject property.

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Muskegon City Commission does authorize
purchase of property located at 2026Waalkes Street, Muskegon, Michigan for ihe amount of
$43,000.



Adopted this 24th day of April 2001.



AYES:     Spataro, Aslakson, Benedict, Nielsen, Schweifler, Shepherd, Sieradzki

NAYS:     None

ABSENT:     None

                                         BY'


                                         ATTEST




I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution
adopted by the Muskegon City Commission, County of Muskegon, Michigan, at a regular
meeting held on April 24, 2001.                  ~ . /                      _

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                                                Gail Kundinger, Clerk




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                                    REAL ESTATE PURCHASE AGREEMENT
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MUSkegOn, Michigan 4944@,("Seller"), and the CITY OF MUSKEGON, a
municipal corporation, of 933 Terrace Street, Muskegon, Michigan 49440
("Buyer").

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

                              Lots 12&13, Block 1 of Young & Williams Addition, City of Muskegon

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

        2.     Purchase Price and Manner of Payment. The purchase price for
the Premises shall be Forty-Three Thousand ($43,000) Dollars, payable in cash
or city check to Seller at Closing.

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

        . 4.    Title Insurance. Seller agrees to deliver to Buyer's attorney, ten
(10) days prior to closing, a commitment for title insurance, issued by
Transnation Title Insurance Company, for an amount not less than the purchase
price stated in this Agreement, guaranteeing title on the conditions required
herein. In the event the reservations, restrictions or easements of record
disclosed by said title commitment is, in the sole dis_cretion of Buyer, deemed
unreasonable, the Seller shall have forty-five (45) days from the date Seller is
notified in writing of such unreasonableness of restriction and such
unmarketability of title, to remedy such objections. If Seller resolves such
restrictions and remedies the title (by obtaining satisfactory title insurance or
(otherwise) within the time specified, Buyer agrees to complete this sale as
herein provided, within ten (10) days of written notification thereof. If the Seller
fails to resolve such restrictions or remedy the title within the time above
specified or fails to obtain satisfactory title insurance, this Agreement will be
terminated at the Buyer's option. The premium for the owners title policy shall be
paid by Buyer.
        5.    Personal Property and Fixtures. All personal property and
fixtures which the Seller wishes to remove shall be removed on or before
Closing. The parties are aware that the Buyer intends to demolish the house.
Any personal property which is left on the Premises shall be the property of
Buyer who may dispose of same.

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

        7.    Environmental Matters. Seller represents and warrants to Buyer
as follows:

              To the best of Seller's knowledge, the Premises have been used
and operated in compliance with all applicable federal, state and local laws and
regulations related to air quality, water quality, waste disposal or management,
hazardous or toxic substances, and the protection of health and the environment.

             Seller has not disposed of any hazardous or toxic substances on or
in the Premises and, to the best of Seller's knowledge, the Premises and the
groundwater beneath the Premises is free from environmental contamination of
any kind.

              The Premises does not include any "underground storage tank," as
that term is defined by state or federal law.

              Such representations and warranties shall be deemed to have been
made again by Seller as of the Closing. Seller agrees to indemnify Buyer and
hold it harmless from and against any and all claims, demands, liabilities, costs,
expenses, penalties, damages and losses, including, but not limited to,
reasonable attorneys' fees, resulting from any misrepresentation or breach of the
warranties set forth in this paragraph. The representations, warranties and
covenants set forth in this paragraph shall survive the Closing.

      8.  Condition of Premises and Examination by Buyer. NO
IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF HABITABILITY, QUALITY, CONDITION, FITNESS
FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR ANY OTHER IMPLIED WARRANTIES
SHALL OPERATE BETWEEN SELLER AND BUYER, AND BUYER
EXPRESSLY WAIVES ANY AND ALL SUCH IMPLIED WARRANTIES. BUYER
UNDERSTANDS AND AGREES THAT THE PREMISES ARE TAKEN "AS IS,"
SUBJECT, HOWEVER, TO THE EXPRESS COVENANTS, CONDITIONS
AND/OR EXPRESS WARRANTIES CONTAINED IN THIS PURCHASE
AGREEMENT; ALSO SUBJECT TO THE WARRANTY OF SELLER THAT NO
HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES HAVE BEEN PLACED ON THE PREMISES.
BUYER FURTHER SAYS THAT IT HAS PERSONALLY INSPECTED THE
PREMISES AND IS SATISFIED WITH THE CONDITION OF THE LAND, AND
THE BUILDINGS AND IMPROVEMENTS THEREON.

       9. ·   Real Estate Commission. Seller shall be solely responsible for
any real estate commission or expenses of a broker or real estate consultant
retained, employed, or utilized by Seller. Seller agrees to indemnify
and hold the Buyer harmless from any liability, including reasonable
attorney fees, occasioned by reason of any person or entity asserting a
claim for such real estate commission or expenses arising from this
transaction.

       10.   Closing. The closing date of this sale shall be on or before
- - - - - - - - ~ 2001 ("Closing"). The Closing shall be conducted at
Transnation Title Insurance Company, 570 Seminole Road, Ste. 102, Muskegon,
Ml 49444. The parties shall execute an IRS Closing Report at the Closing.

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

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

      13.    Date of Possession. Possession of Premises is to be delivered to
Buyer by Seller no later than 30 days from the date of closing.

        14.   Costs. Buyer shall be responsible to pay the Michigan transfer tax
in the amount required by law. Seller shall be responsible to pay for the
recording of any instrument which must be recorded to clear title to the extent
required by this Agreement. Buyer shall pay for the cost of recording the
warranty deed to be delivered at Closing.

       15.    General Provisions.

      a.    Paragraph Headings. The paragraph headings are inserted in this
Agreement only for convenience.
      b.    Merger. It is understood and agreed that all understandings and
agreements previously made between the Buyer and Seller are merged into this
Agreement, which alone fully and completely expresses the agreement of the
parties.

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

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

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

          f.    Survival of Representations and Warranties. The representations,
warranties, covenants and agreements contained in this Agreement and in any
instrument provided for herein shall survive the Closing and continue in full force
and effect after the consummation of this purchase and sale and continue until all
liabilities of Buyer have been fully satisfied.

     g.    Modification of the Agreement. This Agreement shall not be
amended except by a writing signed by Seller and Buyer.

      The parties have executed this Real Estate Purchase Agreement the day
and year first above written.

WITNESSES:                                       BUYER: CITY OF MUSKEGON




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                                                  Date:   May 8, 2001
                                                    RE: 414492
To: Transnation Title Insurance Co.               Property Address:
                                                  2026 Waalkes St.
                                                  Muskegon, Michigan 49442
                                                  County: Muskegon



We, the undersigned, purchasers and sellers. of the above captioned property, acknowledge
we have been strongly advised by you to obtain a land survey showing the dimensions of the
property and the location of all buildings situated thereon.
We have decided, completely of our own volition, not to obtain a survey and wish to
complete the transaction without the recommended survey.
We hereby release Transnation Title Insurance Co. and, its employees and/or agents, from
any responsibility and/or liability concerning or pertaining to survey matters, including,
but not limited to size of lot or land, location of boundary line, location of building and
eRcroachments.

PURCHASER(S):
City of Muskegon
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                                             Arlene J. Herb!!'t'
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                                      AFFIDAVIT OF TITLE

 STATE OF MICHIGAN                                                          Title Commitment# 414492
 COUNTY OF Muskegon
                                jss
That Henry F. Herbst, Jr. and Arlene J. Herbst, husband and wife being first duly
sworn on oath says that they are the true and lawful owner(s) of the premises located
at:
                                     2026 Waalkes St.
                                 Muskegon, Michigan 49442

AND
1,.   That on this date hereof there is no mechanic's lien on the property and that no
      work has been done, or materials furnished, out of which a mechanic's lien could
      ripen.
2.    That no agreement is in effect which would adversely affect the title to the
      property such as a purchase agreement, lease, land contract, option, etc. other
      than the contract with the grantees in a certain deed of even date hereof.
3.    That the parties in possession other than the affiant(s) are bona fide tenants
      only and have no other interest in the premises whatsoever.
4.    That there are no judgments or liens against affiant(s), including income tax
      liens, adversely affecting the title to said property.
5.    That there are no unpaid taxes, special assessments or water bills outstanding
      other than those shown on the closing statement.
6.    That any overlooked. unknown. or misquoted taxes, special assessments. water
      bills, mortgage deficiencies, etc. shall be immediately paid by affiant(s) as
      soon as informed of such.




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                                                       Notary Public _______ County
                                                       My Commission Expires:
                                            AMYB. FETT
                              ,,10,a,y 1°ubllo, Muskegon County, Michigan
                              • Mv Comm!ss1(in Elq)lres 4-19-2003
Michigan Department of Treasury
l•4258 (Rev, 9/94)


   REAL EST ATE TRANSFER TAX VALUATION AFFIDAVIT
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            ACKNOWLEDGEMENT OF HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION AFFIDAVIT
           AND REQUEST TO RESCIND/WITHDRAW HOMESTEAD EXEMPTION
                     AND PROPERTY TRANSFER AFFIDAVIT
FILE# 414492
DATE: May 8th 2001
The undersigned acknowledges receipt of the Property Transfer Affidavit
form (Michigan Department of Treasury form No. L-4260) as same is
required by Public Act 415 of 1994 which imposes obligations on
purchasers/transferees to file said form within 45 days of th~ dat~ of
transfer. The undersigned further acknowledges that Transnation Title
Insurance Company is under no obligation to provide said form but does so
as an accommodation to the undersigned.  The undersigned assume(s) all
liability relative to compliance with the Act and, accordingly, holds the
Company harmless from and against any liability relative thereto.
Please check one of the following:
      The undersigned do not request Transnation Title Insurance Company
      to file the form on their behalf.
      The undersigned request that the Company mail the form by first
      class mail and acknowledges that the Company shall not be liable in
      the event that any of the information provided on said form is
      inaccurate or incomplete, or in the event said form is not received
      or properly processed by the local tax collecting unit.
The undersigned acknowledges receipt of the Homestead Exemption Affidavit
form (Michigan Department of Treasury Form No. 2368) as same is required
by Public Act 415 of 1994 which imposes obligations on purchasers/
transferees to file said form within 45 days of the date of transfer.
The undersigned further acknowledges that Transnation Title Insurance
Company is under no obligation to provide said form but does so as an
accommodation to the undersigned.  The undersigned assume(s) all
liability relative to compliance with the Act and, accordingly, holds the
Company harmless from and against any liability relative thereto.

~lfase check one of the following:
l     The undersigned do not request Transnation Title Insurance Company
      to file the form on their behalf.
      The undersigned request that the Company mail the form by first
      class mail and acknowledges that the Company shall not be liable in
      the event that any of the information provided on said form is
      inaccurate or incomplete, or in the event said form is not received
      or properly processed by the local tax collecting unit.

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                                                                                 March 19, 2001

                                           EXHIBIT I

                              JOB NUMBER 55839
                              CONTROL SECTION EDF 61577


                                      ESTIMATED COST


Estimated PROJECT COST

       Contracted Work                                                   $350,000




                            ESTIMATED COST PARTICIPATION

GRAND TOTAL ESTIMATED COST                                              $350,000
Less TED FUNDS*                                                         $150,000
BALANCE (REQUESTING PARTY'S SHARE)                                      $200,000


NO DEPOSIT

* TED FUNDS are limited to the lesser of: (I) the approved and responsible low bid amount, or (2)
$150,000, the grant amount.




2/8/01 TEDADIR.FOR 3/21/01                     11
                                                  APPENDIX A
                               PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION IN STATE CONTRACTS

In connection with the performance of work under this contract; the contractor agrees as follows:

1.      In accordance with Act No. 453, Public Acts ofl976, the contractor hereby agrees not to discriminate against an employee
        or applicant for employment with respect to hire, tenure, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, or as a matter
        directly or indirectly related to employment, because of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, or
        marital status. Further, in accordance with Act No. 220, Public Acts of 1976 as amended by Act No. 478, Public Acts of
        1980 the contractor hereby agrees not to discriminate against an employee or applicant for employment with respect to
        hire, tenure, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, or a matter directly or indirectly related to employment,
        because of a disability that is unrelated to the individual's ability to perform the duties of a particular job or position.
        A breach of the above covenants shall be regarded as a material breach of this contract.

2.      The contractor hereby agrees that any and all subcontracts to this contract, whereby a portion of the work set forth in
        this contract is to be performed, shall contain a covenant the same as hereinabove set forth in Section I of this Appendix.

3.      The contractor will take affirmative action to insure that applicants for employment and employees are treated without
        regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, marital status or a disability that is unrelated
        to the individual's ability to perform the duties of a particular job or position. Such action shall include, but not be limited
        to, the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer, recruitment advertising; layoff or termination; rates of
        pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship.

4.      The contractor will, in all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by or on behalfofthe contractor, state that
        all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national origin,
        age, sex, height, weight, marital status or disability that is unrelated to the individual's ability to perform the duties of a
        particular job or position.

5.      The contractor or his collective bargaining representative will send to each labor union or representative of workers with
        which he has a collective bargaining agreement or other contract or understanding, a notice advising the said labor union
        or workers' represent~tive of the contractor's commitments under this appendix.

6.      The contractor will comply with all relevant published rules, regulations, directives, and orders of the Michigan Civil
        Rights Commission which may be in effect prior to the taking of bids for any individual state project.

7.      The contractor will furnish and file compliance reports within such time and upon such forms as provided by the Michigan
       Civil Rights Commission, Said forms may also elicit information as to the practices, policies, program, and employment
       statistics of each subcontractor as well as the contractor himself, and said contractor will permit access to his books,
       records, and accounts by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission and/or its agent, for purposes of investigation to ascertain
       compliance with this contract and relevant with rules, regulations, and orders of the Michigan Civil Rights Commission.


8.     In the event that the Civil Rights Commission finds, after a hearing held pursuant to its rules, that a contractor has not
       complied with the contractual obligations under this agreement, the Civil Rights Commission may, as part of its order
       based upon such findings, certify said findings to the Administrative Board of the State of Michigan, which Administrative
       Board may order the cancellation of the contract found to have been violated and/or declare the contractor ineligible for
       future contracts with the state and its political and civil subdivisions, departments, and officers, and including the
       governing boards of institutions of higher education, until the contractor complies with said order of the Civil Rights
       Commission. Notice of said declaration of future ineligibility may be given to any or all of the persons with whom the
       contractor is declared ineligible to contract as a contracting party in future contracts. In any case before the Civil Rights
       Commission in which cancellation of an existing contract is a possibility, the contracting agency shall be notified of such
       possible remedy and shall be given the option by the Civil Rights Commission to participate in such proceedings.

9.     The contractor will include, or incorporate by reference, the provisions of the foregoing paragraphs (1) through (8) in
       every subcontract or purchase order unless exempted by the rules, regulations or orders of the Michigan Civil Rights
       Commission, and will provide in every subcontract or purchase order that said provisions will be binding upon each
       subcontractor or seller.                                                                                  March, 1998
                                                                                 City of Muskegon
                                                                                 Information Systems



Memorandum
  To:       Steve Waltz, Detective                                                      RECEIVED
  From:     Jim Maurer, Information Systems Director
                                                                                                  ;'. 03 2001
  Cc:       Tony Kleibecker, Police Chief
                                                                                     MUSKEGON POLICE DEPT.
  Date:     4/02/2001                                                                   CHIEF of POLICE
  Re:       Computer and Equipment Quote




 Steve,


 Attached are quotes from two vendors. Dell and Gateway are both known for great customer support and
 quality products, the choice is yours. Also consider equipment, such as:
            Networking hubs: To connect PC's and Printers
            Network Cable
            Printer Cable (parallel if not using network cable)
            Modem - Analog or ISDN
            Uninterruptible power supplies (UPS) for equipment - power outages and spikes
            Virus software for PC's
            CD-ROM burner or ZIP drives for easy transport of large files or offline storage
            Backups: Software, tape drive and tapes for nightly backups if systems store large amounts of data, etc.


 Let me know if you need more information,


 Thanks,


 Jim Maurer




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$1,417.00 Dell         Pentium Ill   1 Ghz 20 GB 7200 128 MB 17"    3 Year       $14,170.00
$1,443.00 Gatewav      Pentium Ill   1 Ghz 20GB       128 MB 1711   3 Year       $14,430.00

$1,466.31 HP LaserJet 4050N                                                       $1,466.31
          HP Officejet G85 Color Printer, Scanner, Fax                              $800.00

        45 Shinnino                                                                $450.00

                                                                    Total Cost   $17,146.31
                           CITY COMMISSION MEETING
                               Tuesday, April 24, 2001



TO:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

FROM:         Anthony L. Kleibecker, Chief of Police ~ L ·           I~
DATE:          April 18, 2001

SUBJECT:      Purchase of Computer Equipment


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

Police Department staff request that the Commission approve the use of FY 2001 Weed
and Seed grant money to purchase new computer hardware and supporting software for
our narcotics team. The current hardware ranges in age from 4;~ years. This request
.                          .                                 ivI e
mcludes an upgrade that will allow easy access to our county-s1 e records system, photo
retrieval and reproduction and instant access to the Law Enforcement Information
Network.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:

No impact on general fund monies.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:

$16,886.31 in grant money to be utilized for this purchase. Dell submitted the low bid
(per attached quote from Information Services).

STAFF RECCOMENDATIONS:

In order to increase the efficiency of the narcotics unit, staff recommends that the
Commission authorize the purchase of the computer system.
Date:        April 24, 2001
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Engineering
RE:          Consideration of Bids
             Houston, Sanford to First


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To award the contract for the construction of Houston between Sanford and First to Felco
Contractors since they were the lowest (see attached bid tabulation) responsible bidder
with a bid price of $98,088.25.

FINANCIAL IMPACT:
The construction cost of $98,088.25 plus related engineering expenses.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None, this project will be funded from the money that was budgeted for Division street




STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
Award the contract to Felco Contractors.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
                                                                               H-1533 HOUSTON AVENUE- FIRST TO SANFORD

                                                                                                 BID TABULATION



                     ITEM DESCRIPTION                                  ENGINEERS ESTIMATE                     GRANT TOWER                        LINK                     DOMRES                          FELCO

                     ITEM IJESCRIPTION                    QUANTITY      UNIT   UNIT PRICE   TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE             UN!T PRICE     TOTAL PRICE   UNIT PRICE TOTAL PRICE
1    ABANDON WATER SERVICE                                      4.00   EACH       $300.00    $1,200.00     $240.00      $960.00      $115.00            $460.00    $120.00         $480,00      $400.00       $1,600.00
2 ADJUST MANHOLE CASTING                                        9.00 EACH         $300.00    $2,700.00      $420.00    $3,780.00      $415.00       $3,735.00         $200.00     $1,800.00        $400.00    $3,600.00
3 ADJUST VALVE BOX                                              1.00 EACH         $300.00     $300.00       $210.00     $210.00       $200.00       $200.00           $160.00     $160.00          $300.00        $300.00
4 AGGREGATE BASE COURSE 22A@ 8" COMPACTED                    220.00     SYD         $6.00    $1,320.00         $5.00   $1,100.00         $9.50      $2,090.00          $13.00     $2,860.00          $7.00    $1,540.00
5    B!TUMINOUS LEVELING MIXTURE 3C@ 165#/ SYD               155.00     TON        $40.00    $6,200.00        $57.00   $8,835.00        $50.00      $7,750.00          $47.55     $7,370.25         $52.00    $8,060.00
6    BITUMINOUS TOP MIXTURE 4C@ 165#/ SYD                    155.00     TON        $47.00    $7,285.00        $57.00   $8,835.00        $55.00      $8,525.00          $47.55     $7,370.25         $50.00    $7,750.00
7    BORROWF!LL                                               80.00     CYD         $5.00     $400.00          $9.00    $720.00          $8.00      $640.00            $10.00     $800.00            $7.00        $560.00
8    CATCH BASIN CASTING E.J. 7045 OR EQUAL                     1.00   EACH       $500.00     $500.00       $320.00     $320.00       $475.00       $475.00           $400,00     $400.00         $500.00         $500.00
9    CATCH BASIN CASTIN E.J. 5105 OR EQUAL                      1.00   EACH       $500.00     $500.00       $275.00     $275.00       $475.00       $475.00           $400.00     $400.00         $500.00         $500.00
10 CATCH BASIN, FLATTOP SPECIAL DETAIL                          2.00   EACH     $1,500.00    $3,000.00     $1,300.00   $2,600.00      $550.00       $1,100.00        $1,500.00    $3,000.00      $1,600.00    $3,200.00
11 CEMENT                                                      4.00     TON       $200.00     $800.00       $180.00     $720.00       $110.00       $440,00            $25,00     $100.00         $220.00         $880.00
12 COLD MILLING B!TUMINOUS, 3" DEEP                             5.37    STA       $500.00    $2,685.00      $800.00    $4,296.00     $1,200.00      $6,444.00         $600.00     $3,222.00       $800.00     $4,296.00
13 CONCRETE BASE, 8"                                          80.00     SYD        $50.00    $4,000.00        $33.00   $2,640.00       $42.00       $3,360.00          $45.00     $3,600.00         $36,00    $2,880.00
14 CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER, F-4 MODIFIED                   1,102.00    L FT        $9.00    $9,918.00        $11.00   $12,122.00      $17.50      $19,285.00          $11.00    $12,122.00          $8.50    $9,367.00
15 CONCRETE DRIVE APPROACH, 6"                               398.00     SYD        $30.00    $11,940.00       $25.00   $9,950.00       $34.00      $13,532.00          $33.00    $13,134.00         $26,00   $10,348.00
16 CONCRETE DRIVE APPROACH, 8"                                29.00     SYD        $35.00    $1,015.00        $33.00    $957.00        $40.00       $1,160.00          $48.00     $1,392.00         $33.00     $957.00
17 CONCRETE SIDEWALK, 4"                                    1,070.00    S FT        $4.00    $4,280.00         $3.00   $3,210.00         $2.00      $2,140.00           $2.75    $2,942.50           $2.00    $2,140.00
18 CONCRETE SIDWALK, 6"                                      125.00     S FT        $4.75     $593.75          $4.00    $500.00          $2.50      $312.50             $4.00     $500.00            $5.00     $625,00
19 CORPORATION STOP, 1" MUELLER# 15000 OR EQUAL                 8.00 EACH         $300,00    $2,400.00      $130.00    $1,040.00       $45.00       $360.00           $100.00     $800.00         $400.00     $3,200.00
20 CURB STOP W/BOX, 1" MUELLER# 15150 OR EQUAL                  5.00 EACH         $275.00    $1,375.00      $180.00     $900.00        $75.00       $375.00           $275.00    $1,375.00        $400.00     $2,000.00
21   MANHOLE CASTING E.J. # 1000 OR EQUAL                       5.00 EACH         $400.00    $2,000.00      $300.00    $1,500.00       $36.00       $180.00           $275.00    $1,375.00        $400.00     $2,000.00
22 METER PIT, COMPLETE                                          3.00 EACH         $600.00    $1,800.00      $600.00    $1,800.00      $400.00       $1,200.00         $400.00    $1,200.00        $700.00     $2,100.00
23 PAVEMENT PREPARATORY WORK                                    5.37    STA       $200.00    $1,074.00      $700.00    $3,759.00     $1,200.00      $6,444.00         $600.00    $3,222.00        $600.00     $3,222.00
24 RECONSTRUCT MANHOLE                                          9.00    VFT       $200.00    $1,800.00      $215.00    $1,935.00       $80.00       $720.00           $300.00    $2,700.00        $100.00     $900.00
25 RELOCATE HYDRANT                                             1.00   EACH     $1,300.00    $1,300.00     $1,095.00   $1,095.00      $300.00       $300.00           $650.00     $650.00        $1,000.00    $1,000.00
26 REMOVING CONCRETE CURB AND GUTTER                          13.00     L FT        $5.00     $65.00         $14.00     $182.00          $9.00      $117.00             $3.00      $39.00          $25.00     $325.00
27 REMOVING CONCRETE SIDEWALK                               1,115.00    S FT        $2.00    $2,230.00         $1.00   $1,115.00         $0.85      $947.75             $0.80     $892.00            $1.55    $1,728.25
28 REMOVING DRIVE APPROACH                                   401.00     SYD         $5.00    $2,005.00         $4.00   $1,604.00       $12.00      $4,812.00           $10.50    $4,210.50           $8.00    $3,208.00
29 REMOVING PAVEMENT INCLUDING CURB                          530.00     SYD         $3.00    $1,590.00         $4.00   $2,120.00       $12,00      $6,360.00            $2.50    $1,325.00           $9.00    $4,770.00
30 REPAIR SANITARY SEWER                                      10.00     LFT        $30.00     $300.00       $264.00    $2,640.00       $45.00       $450.00            $70.00     $700.00          $55.00     $550.00
31 STORM SEWER, 12" C-76 CL V                                 40.00     L FT       $25.00    $1,000.00       $30.00    $1,200.00       $35.00      $1,400.00           $35.25    $1,410.00         $26.00     $1,040.00
32 TERRACE GRADING                                           537.00     L FT        $5.00    $2,685.00         $8.00   $4,296.00        $7.50      $4,027.50            $6.30    $3,383.10          $6.00     $3,222.00
33 TRAFFIC CONTROL                                             1.00    LUMP     $2,500.00    $2,500.00     $3,840.00   $3,840.00     $4,200.00     $4,200.00       $15,500.00    $15,500.00      $4,000.00    $4,000.00
34 WATER VALVE BOX, COMPLETE                                   1.00    EACH       $300.00     $300.00       $240.00     $240.00       $230.00       $230.00           $270.00     $270.00         $600.00     $600.00
35 WATER SERVICE, 1" TYPE "K'' COPPER                        320.00     L FT       $20.00    $6,400.00       $27.00    $8,640.00       $12.00      $3,840.00            $7.65    $2,448.00         $16.00    $5,120.00


                                                 TOTALS                                       $89,460.75                $99,936.00                  $108,086.75                  $103,152.60                      $98,088.25
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Date:         April 24, 2001
To:           Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners
From:         Engineering
RE:           City - MDOT Agreement for:
              Sherman Blvd., Glenside to Lincoln




SUMMARY OF REQUEST:
To approve the attached contract with MOOT for the Milling & Resurfacing of
Sherman Blvd. from Glenside to Lincoln and to approve the attached resolution
authorizing the Mayor and City Clerk to sign the contract.



FINANCIAL IMPACT:
MOOT participation is about $560,000 but not to exceed 81.85% of eligible cost. The
estimated total cost of the project including engineering & water services which are
not a participating cost is $850,000.



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:
None at this time. The City's share of the cost will come out of the Major Street
and Water Funds as was budgeted.


STAFF RECOMMENDATION:
That the attached agreement and resolution be approved.



COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
                                   RESOLUTION 2001-45 ( g)


RESOLUTION FOR APPROVAL OF A CONTRACT AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE MICHIGAN
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION AND THE CITY OF MUSKEGON FOR THE MILLING AND
RESURFACING, SIDEWALK AND ALL NECESSARY RELATED WORK ON SHERMAN BLVD.
FROM GLENSIDE TO LINCOLON (EXCEPT THAT SECTION AT WICKHAM).               AND
AUTHORIZATION FOR MAYOR, FRED J. NIELSEN, AND CITY CLERK, GAIL A KUNDINGER, TO
EXECUTE SAID CONTRACT




Moved           by   Commissioner Aslakson                and           supported               by
Commissioner      Spataro              that the following Resolution be adopted:




WHEREAS, entry by the City of Muskegon into Contract no. 01 -51 13 between the Michigan
Department of Transportation and the City of Muskegon for the MILLING & RESURFACING OF
SHERMAN BETWEEN GLENSIDE AND LINCOLN within the City is in the best interests of the City of
Muskegon. .




RESOLVED, that entry by the City into Contract Agreement Number 01 -5113 be and the same is
hereby authorized and approved and the Mayor and Clerk are authorized to execute said contract for
and on behalf of the City of Muskegon.




Adopted this   24th       day of    Apri 1    , 2001.




                                             BY
                                   200·1 _45 ( g)
                                  CERTIFICATION

This resolution was adopted at a meeting of the City Commission, held on
 Apr i 1 24    , 2001. 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.




                                                         Gail A. Kundinger,
     TRANSPORTATION
        COMMISSION
                                                                STATE OF MICHIGAN

 BARTON W. LaBELLE, Chainnan
JACK L GINGRASS, Vice Chairman
     LOWELL B. JACKSON
     BETTY JEAN AWREY
        TEOB. WAHBY
      JOHN W. GARSIDE                                            JOHN ENGLER, GOVERNOR ,
         LH 0-0 (4199)                                DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
                               TRANSPORTATION BUILDING, 425 WEST OTTAWA POST OFFICE BOX 30050, LANSING, MICHIGAN 48909
                                         PHONE: {517) 373-2090 FAX: (517) 373-0167 WEB SITE; h1tp://www.mdot.state.mi.us

                                                              GREGORY J, ROSINE, DIRECTOR

                                                                     April 5, 2001


          Ms. Gail Kundinger, Clerk
          City of Muskegon
          933 Tenace Street, P.O. Box 536
          Muskegon, MI 49443-0536

          Dear Ms. Kundinger:

          RE:            MDOT Contract No.: 01-5113
                         Control Section STUL 61407
                         Job Number 50016

          Enclosed is the original and one copy of the above described contract between your organization
          and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT). Please take time to read and
          understand this contract. If this contract meets with your approval, please complete the following
          checklist:

                         Please do not date the contracts. MDOT will date the contracts when they are
                         executed._ A contract is not executed unless it has been signed by both parties.

                         Secure the necessary signatures on all contracts.

                         Include a certified resolution. The resolution should specifically name the officials
                         who are authorized to sign the contracts.

                         Return all copies of the contracts to my attention of the Department's Design
                         Division, 2nd floor for MDOT execution.

          A copy of the executed contract will be forwarded to you. If you have any questions, please feel
          free to contact me at (517) 335-2264.

                                                                        Sincerely,

                                                                       q-;_      . ow~
                                                                         o· .u(J.uu D

                                                                        Jackie Burch
                                                                        Contract Processing Specialist
          Enclosure                                                     Design Division
STP                                                        DIR
                                                    Project                STP 0161 (214)
                                                    Job Number             50016
                                                    Control Section        STUL 61407
                                                    Fed Item#              HH2789
                                                    Contract No.           01-5113


                                            PART I


         THIS CONTRACT, consisting of PART I and PART II (Standard Agreement Provisions),
is made and entered into this date of 5-1'1- ;Ile> j            , by and between the MICHIGAN
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, hereinafter referred to as the "DEPARTMENT"; and
the CITY OF MUSKEGON, a Michigan municipal corporation, hereinafter referred to as the
"REQUESTING PARTY"; for the purpose of fixing the rights and obligations of the parties in
agreeing to the following improvements, in the City of Muskegon, Michigan, hereinafter referred
to as the "PROJECT" and estimated in detail on EXHIBIT "I", dated March 23, 2001, attached hereto
and made a part hereof:

       PART A-FEDERAL PARTICIPATION
       Bituminous pavement work along Sherman Boulevard from Glenside Boulevard to Lincoln
       Street; including pavement removal, grading, drainage structures, and curb and gutter work;
       and all together with necessary related work.

       PART B - NO FEDERAL PARTICIPATION
       Water service~ work along Sherman Boulevard from Glenside Boulevard to Lincoln Street;
       and all together with necessary related work.


       WITNESSETH:

        WHEREAS, pursuant to Federal law, monies have been provided for the performance of
certain improvements on public roads; and

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

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

                         SURFACE TRANSPORTATION PROGRAM


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

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

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

       2.      The term "PROJECT COST", as herein used, is hereby defined as the cost of the
physical construction necessary for the completion of the PROJECT.

       Costs for construction enginee1ing and inspection incurred by the DEPARTMENT will be
charged 100 percent to the REQUESTING PARTY. Any other costs incurred by the
DEPARTMENT as a result of this contract will be at PROJECT COST.

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

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

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

         4.    The REQUESTING PARTY, at no cost to the PROJECT or to the DEPARTMENT,
shall:

               A.     Design or cause to be designed the plans for the PROJECT.

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

               C.     Perform or cause to be performed the construction engineering and inspection
                      services necessary for the completion of the PROJECT.

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


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by the DEPARTMENT of Standard Traffic Signal Timing Permits.

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

               PART A
               Federal Surface Transportation Funds shall be applied to the eligible items of the
               PART A portion ofthe PROJECT COST atthe established Federal participation ratio
               equal to 81.85 percent up to a amount not to exceed $560,000. The balance of the
               PART A portion of the PROJECT COST, after deduction of Federal Funds, shall be
               charged to and paid by the REQUESTING PARTY in the manner and at the times
               hereinafter set forth.

               PARTB
               The PART B portion of the PROJECT COST is not eligible for Federal participation
               and shall be charged to and paid I 00 percent by the REQUESTING PARTY in the
               manner and at the times hereinafter set forth.

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

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

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

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

       7.      Upon completion of construction of the PROJECT, the REQUESTING PARTY will
promptly cause to be enacted and enforced such ordinances or regulations as may be necessary to
prohibit parking in the roadway right-of-way throughout the limits of the PROJECT.

       8.      The performance of the entire PROJECT under this contract, whether Federally
funded or not, will be subject to the provisions and requirements of PART II that are applicable to
a Federally funded project.

      9.     The REQUESTING PARTY certifies that a) it is a person under 1995 PA 71 and is
not aware of and has no reason to believe that the property is a facility as defined in MSA
13A.20101(1)(1); b) the REQUESTING PARTY further certifies that it has completed the tasks


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required by MCL 324.20126 (3)(h); MSA 13A.20126(3)(h); c) it conducted a visual inspection of
property within the existing right of way on which construction is to be performed to determine if
any hazardous substances were present; and at sites on which historically were located businesses
that involved hazardous substances, it perfonned a reasonable investigation to determine whether
hazardous substances exist. This reasonable investigation should include, at a minimum, contact
with local, state and federal environmental agencies to determine if the site has been identified as,
or potentially as, a site containing hazardous substances; d) it did not cause or contribute to the
release or threat of release of any hazardous substance found within the PROJECT limits.

        The REQUESTING PARTY also certifies that, in addition to reporting the presence of any
hazardous substances to the Department of Environmental Quality, it has advised the
DEPARTMENT of the presence of any and all hazardous substances which the REQUESTING
PARTY found within the PROJECT limits, as a result of performing the investigation and visual
inspection required herein. The REQUESTING PARTY also certifies that it has been unable to
identify any entity who may be liable for the cost of remediation. As a result, the REQUESTING
PARTY has included all estimated costs ofremediation of such hazardous substances in its estimated
cost of construction of the PROJECT.

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

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

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


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

        The providing of recommendations or advice by the DEPARTMENT or its agents does not
relieve the REQUESTING PARTY and the local agencies, as applicable of their exclusive
jurisdiction of the highway and responsibility under MCL 691.1402, MSA 3.996(102).

       When providing approvals, reviews and recommendations under this contract, the
DEPARTMENT or its agents is performing a governmental function, as that term is defined in MCL
691.1401; MSA 3.996(101), which is incidental to the completion of the PROJECT.

        13.     The DEPARTMENT, by executing this contract, and rendering services pursuant to
this contract, has not and does not assume jurisdiction of the highway, described as the PROJECT
for purposes ofMCL 691.1402; MSA 3.996(102). Exclusive jurisdiction of such highway for the
purposes ofMCL 691.1402; MSA 3.996(102) rest with the REQUESTING PARTY and other local
agencies having respective jurisdiction.

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

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

       16.     The DEPARTMENT shall require the contractor who is awarded the contract for the
construction of the PROJECT to provide insurance in the amounts specified and in accordance with
the DEPARTMENT'S current standard specifications for construction, and to:

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

               B.     Provide owner's protective liability insurance naming as insureds the State of
                      Michigan, the Michigan State Transportation Commission, the


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                   DEPARTMENT and its officials, agents and employees, the REQUESTING
                   PARTY and any other party with jurisdiction for the roadway being
                   constructed as the PROJECT, and their employees, for the duration of the
                   PROJECT and to provide copies of certificates of insurance to the insureds.
                   It is understood that the DEPARTMENT does not assume jurisdiction of the
                   highway described as the PROJECT as a result of being named as an insured
                   on the owners protective liability insurance policy.

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




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

       IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the parties hereto have caused this contract to be executed the
day and year first above written.




CITY OF MUSKEGON                                          MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT
                                                          OF TRANSPORTATION


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                                                                                  March 23, 2001


                                           EXHIBIT I

                              PROJECT   STP 0161 (214)
                              JOB NUMBER      50016
                              CONTROL SECTION        STUL 61407


                                      ESTIMATED COST

CONTRACTED WORK
                                                        PART A        PARTB         TOTAL
       Estimated Cost                                   $686,500      $60,800      $747,300




                                    COST PARTICIPATION

   GRAND TOTAL ESTIMATED COST                          $686,500       $60,800      $747,300
   Less Federal Funds*                                 $560,000       $   - 0-     $560,000
   BALANCE (REQUESTING PARTY'S SHARE)                  $126,500       $60,800      $187,300



*Federal Funds shall be applied to the eligible items of the PROJECT COST at a patticipation ratio
equal to 81.85 percent up to an amount not to exceed $560,000.

NO DEPOSIT




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                            PART II

              STANDARD AGREEMENT PROVISIONS


      S~CTION I   COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS AND DIRECTIVES

      SECTION II PROJECT ADJ:vfINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION

      SECTION ill ACCOUNTING AND BILLING

      SECTION N   MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION

      SECTION V _SPECIAL PROGRAM AND PROJECT CONDITIONS




                               1
                                          SECTION I

                  . COMPLIANCE WITH REGULATIONS AND DIRECTIVES

A.    To qualify for eligible cost, all work shall be documented in accordance with the require-
      ments and procedures of the DEPARTMENT.

B.    All work on projects for which reimbursement with Federal funds is requested shall be
      performed in accordance with the requirements and guidelines set forth in the following
      Directives of the Federal-Aid Policy Guide (FAPG) of the FHWA, as applicable, and as
      referenced in pertinent sections of Title 23 of the Code ofFederal Regulations (CFR), and
      all supplements and amendments thereto.

      1.     Engineering

             a.      F APG (23 CFR 140G): Payroll & Related Expense of Public Employees;
                     General Administration and Other Overhead; and Cost Accumulation
                     Centers and Distribution Methods

             b.      F APG (6012.1): Preliminary Engineering

             c.      FAPG (23 CFR 172): Administration of Engineering and Design Related
                     Service Contracts

             d.      FAPG (23 CFR 635A): Contract Procedures

      2.     Constru,.ction

             a.      FAPG (23 CFR 140E): Administrative Settlement Costs-Contract Claims

             b.      FAPG (23 CFR 140B): Construction Engineering Costs

             c.      FAPG (23 CFR 140G): Reimbursement for Employment of PublJ.,c
                     Employees on Federal-Aid Projects

             d.      F APG (23 CFR 17): Recordkeeping and Retention Requirements for
                     Federal-Aid Highway Records of State Highway Agencies           ·

             e.      FAPG (23 CFR 635A): Contract Procedures

             £       FAPG (23 CFR 635B): Force Account Construction

             g.      FAPG (23 CFR 645A): Utility Relocations, Adjustments and


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                     Reimbursement


            . h.     FAPG (23 CFR 645B): Accommodation of Utilities (PPM 30-4.1)

             i.      FAPG (23 CFR 655F): Traffic Control Devices on Federal-Aid and other
                     Streets and Highways

      3.     Modification Or Construction Of Railroad Facilities

             a.      FAPG (23 CFR 1401): Reimbursement for Railroad Work

             b.      F APG (23 CFR 646B): Railroad Highway Projects

C.    In conformance with FAPG (23 CFR 630C) Project Agreements, the political
      subdivisions party to this contract, on those Federally funded projects which exceed a
      total cost of$100,000.00 stipulate the following with respect to their specific
      jurisdictions:

      1.     That any facility to be utilized in performance under or to benefit from this
             contract is not listed on the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) List of
             Violating Facilities issued pursuant to the requirements of the Federal Clean Air
             Act, as amended, and the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended.

      2.     That they each agree to comply with all of the requirements of Section 114 of the
             Federal Clean Air Act and Section 308 of the Federal Water Pollution Control
             Act, ap.d all regulations and guidelines issued thereunder.

      3.     That as a condition of Federal aid pursuant to this contract they shall notify the
             DEPARTMENT of the receipt of any advice indicating that a facility to be
             utilized in performance under or to benefit from this contract is under
             consideration to be listed on the EPA List of Violating Facilities.
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      Ensure that the PROJECT is constructed in accordance with and incorporates ali
      committed environmental impact mitigation measures listed in approved environmental
      documents unless modified or deleted by approval of the FHWA.

E.    All the requirements, guidelines, conditions and restrictions noted in all other pertinent
      Directives and Instructional Memoranda of the FHWA will apply to this contract and will
      be adhered to, as applicable, by the parties hereto.




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                                          SECTION II

                   PROJECT ADMINISTRATION AND SUPERVISION


A.    The DEPARTMENT shall provide such administrative guidance as it determines is
      required by the PROJECT in order to facilitate the obtaining of available federal and/o.r
      state funds.

B.    The DEPARTMENT will advertise and award all contracted portions of the PROJECT
      work. Prior to advertising of the PROJECT for receipt of bids, the REQUESTING
      PARTY may delete any portion or all of the PROJECT work. After receipt of bids for
      the PROJECT, the REQUESTING PARTY shall have the right to reject the amount bid
      for the PROJECT prior to the award of the contract for the PROJECT only if such
      amount exceeds by twenty percent (20%) the final engineer's estimate therefor. If such
      rejection of the bids is not received in writing within two (2) weeks after letting, the
      DEPARTMENT will assume concurrence. The DEPARTMENT may, upon request,
      readvertise the PROJECT. Should the REQUESTING PARTY so request in writing
      within the aforesaid two (2) week period after letting, the PROJECT will be cancelled
      and the DEPARTMENT will refund the unused balance of the deposit less all costs
      incurred by the DEPARTMENT.

C.    The DEPARTMENT will perform such inspection services on PROJECT work
      performed by the REQUESTING PARTY with its own forces as is required to ensure
      compliance with the approved plans & specifications.
                     ,.
D.    On those projects funded with Federal monies, the DEPARTMENT shall as may be
      required secure from the FHWA approval of plans and specifications, and such cost
      estimates for FHWA participation in the PROJECT COST.

E.    All work in connection with the PROJECT shall be performed in conformance·:with the
      Michigan Department of Transportation Standard Specifications for Construct!$µ, and the
      supplemental specifications, Special Provisions and plans pertaining to the PROJECT
      and all materials furnished and used in the construction of the PROJECT shall conform to
      the aforesaid specifications. No extra work shall.be performed nor changes in plans and
      specifications made until said work or changes are approved by the project engineer and
      authori,::ed by the DEPARTMENT.




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F.    Should it be necessary or desirable that portions of the work covered by this contract be
      accomplished by a consulting firm, a railway company, or governmental agency, firm,
      person, or corporation, under a subcontract with the REQUESTING PARTY at
      PROJECT expense, such subcontracted arrangements will be covered by formal written
      agreement between the REQUESTING PARTY and that party.

      This formal written agreement shall: include a reference to the specific prime contract to
      which it pertains; include provisions which clearly set forth the maximum reimbursable
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      and the basis of payment; provide for the maintenance of accounting records in
      accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, which clearly document the
      actual cost of the services provided; provide that costs eligible for reimbursement shall be .
      in accordance with clearly defined cost criteria such as 49 CFR Part 18, 48 CFR Part 31,
      23 CFR Part 140, 0MB Circular A-87, etc. as applicable; provide for access to the
      department or its representatives to inspect and audit all data and records related to the
      agreement for a minimum of three years after the department's final payment to the local
      unit.

      All such agreements will be submitted for approval by the DEPARTMENT and, if
      applicable, by the FHWA prior to execution thereof, except for agreements for amounts
      less than $25,000 for preliminary engineering and testing services executed under and in .
      accordance with the provisions of the "Small Purchase Procedures" FAPG (23 CFR 172),
      which do not require prior approval of the DEPARTMENT or the FHWA.

      Any such approval by the DEPARTMENT shall in no way be construed as a warranty of
      the subcontractor's qualifications, financial integrity, or ability to perform the work being
      subcontracted. ·
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G.    The REQUESTING PARTY, at no cost to the PROJECT or the DEPARTMENT, shall
      make such arrangements with railway companies, utilities, etc., as may be necessary for
      the performance of work required for the PROJECT but for which Federal or other
      reimbursement will not be requested.

H.      The REQUESTING PARTY, at no cost to the PROJECT, or the DEPARTMEN;T, shall
        secure, as necessary, all agreements and approvals of the PROJECT with railway
        companies, the Railroad Safety & Tariffs Division of the DEPARTMENT and other
      . concerned governmental agencies other than the FHWA, and will forward same to the
        DEPARTMENT for such reviews and approvals as may be required.

I.    No PROJECT work for which reimbursement will be requested by the REQUESTING
      PARTY is to be subcontracted or performed until the DEPARTMENT gives written
      notification that such work may commence.




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J.    The REQUESTING PARTY shall be responsible for the payment of all costs and
      expenses incurred in the performance of the work it agrees to undertake and perfonn.

K.    The REQUESTING PARTY shall pay directly to the party perfonning the work all
      billings for the services performed on the PROJECT which are authorized by or through
      the REQUESTING PARTY.

L.    The REQUESTING PARTY shall submit to the DEPARTMENT all paid billings for
      which reimbursement is desired in accordance with DEPARTMENT procedures.

M.    All work by a consulting firm will be performed in compliance with the applicable
      provisions of 1980 PA 299, Subsection 2001, MCL 339.2001; MSA 18.425(2001), as
      well as in accordance with the provisions of all previously cited Directives of the FHWA.

N.    The project engineer shall be subject to such administrative guidance as may be deemed
      necessary to ensure compliance with program requirement and, in those instances where a
      consultant firm is retained to provide engineering and inspection services, the personnel
      performing those services shall be subject to the same conditions. •

0.    The DEPARTMENT, in administering the PROJECT in accordance with applicable
      Federal and State requirements and regulations, neither assumes nor becomes liable for
      any obligations undertaken or arising between the REQUESTING PARTY and any other
      party with respect to the PROJECT.

P.    In the event it is determined by the DEPARTMENT that there will be either insufficient
      Federal funds or insufficient time to properly administer such funds for the entire
      PROJECT or piirtions thereof, the DEPARTMENT, prior to advertising or issuing
      authorization for work performance, may cancel the PROJECT, or any portion thereof,
      and upon written notice to the parties this contract shall be void and of no effect with
      respect to that cancelled portion of the PROJECT. Any PROJECT deposits previously
      made by the parties on the cancelled portions of the PROJECT will be promptly refunded.

Q.    Those projects funded with Federal monies will be subject to inspection at all ti\ftes by
      the DEPARTMENT and the FHWA.




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                                        SECTION ill

                              ACCOUNTING AND BILLING

A.    Procedures for billing for work undertaken by the REQUESTING PARTY:
                                             •
      1.    The REQUESTING PARTY shall establish and maintain accurate records, in
            accordance with generally accepted accounting principles, of all expenses incurred
            for which payment is sought or made under this contract, said records to be
            hereinafter referred to as the "RECORDS". Separate accounts shall be established
            and maintained for all costs incurred under this contract.

            The REQUESTING PARTY shall maintain the RECORDS for at least three (3)
            years from the date of final payment of Federal Aid made by the DEPARTMENT
            under this contract. In the event of a dispute with regard to the allowable
            expenses or any other issue under this contract, the REQUESTING PARTY shall
            thereafter continue to maintain the RECORDS at least until that dispute has been
            finally decided and the time for all available challenges or appeals of that decision
            has ·expired.

            The DEPARTMENT, or its representative, may inspect, copy, or audit the
            RECORDS at any reasonable time after giving reasonable notice.

            If any part of the work is subcontracted, the REQUESTING PARTY shall assure
            compliance with the above for all subcontracted work.

            In the event that an audit performed by or on behalf of the DEPARTMENT
            indicates an adjustment to the costs reported under this contract, or questions the
            allowability of an item of expense, the DEPARTMENT shall promptly submit to
            the REQUESTING PARTY, a Notice of Audit Results and a copy of the audit
            report which may supplement or modify any tentative findings verbally.·
            copununicated to the REQUESTING PARTY at the completion of an a~dit.

            Within sixty (60) days after the date of the Notice of Audit Results, the
            REQUESTING PARTY shall: (a) respond in writing to the responsible Bureau or the
            DEPARTMENT indicating whether or not it concurs with the audit report, (b) clearly
            explain the nature and basis for any disagreement as to a disallowed item of expense
            and, (c) submit to the DEPARTMENT a written explanation as to any questioned or
            no opinion expressed item of expense, hereinafter referred to as the "RESPONSE".
            The RESPONSE shall be clearly stated and provide any supporting documentation
            necessary to resolve any disagreement or q~estioned or no opinion expressed item of
            expense. Where the documentation is voluminous, the REQUESTING PARTY may


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             supply appropriate excerpts and make alternate arrangements to conveniently and
             reasonably make that documentation available for review by the DEPARTMENT.
             _The RESPONSE shall refer to and apply the language of the contract. The
             REQUESTING PARTY agrees that failure to submit a RESPONSE within the sixty
             (60) day period constitutes agreement with any disallowance of an item of expense
             and authorizes theDEPARTMENT to finally disallow any items of questioned or no
             opinion expressed cost.

             The DEPARTMENT shall make its decision with regard to any Notice of Atidit
             Results and RESPONSE within one hundred twenty (120) days after the date of the
             Notice of Audit Results. Ifthe DEPARTMENT determines that an overpayment has
             been made to the REQUESTING PARTY, the REQUESTING PARTY shall repay
             that amount to the DEPARTMENT or reach agreement with the DEPARTMENT on
             a repayment schedule within thirty (30) days after the date of an invoice from the
             DEPARTMENT. If the REQUESTING PARTY fails to repay the overpayment or
             reach agreement with the DEPARTMENT on a repayment schedule within the thirty
             (30) day period, the REQUESTING PARTY agrees that the DEPARTMENT shall
             deduct all or a portion of the overpayment from any funds then or thereafter payable
             by the DEPARTMENT to the REQUESTING PARTY under this contract or any
             other agreement, or payable to the REQUESTING PARTY under the terms of 1951
             PA 51, as applicable. Interest will be assessed on any partial payments or repayment
             schedules based on the unpaid balance at the end of each month until the balance is
             paid in full. The assessment of interest will begin thirty (30) days from the date of
             the invoice. The rate of interest will be based on the Michigan Department of
             Treasury common cash funds interest earnings. The rate of interest will be reviewed
             annually by th~ DEPARTMENT and adjusted as necessary based on the Michigan
             Department of Treasury common cash funds interest earnings. The REQUESTING
             PARTY expressly consents to this withholding or offsetting of funds under those
             circumstances, reserving the right to file a lawsuit in the Court of Claims to contest
             the DEPARTMENT'S decision only as to any item of expense the disallowance of
             which was disputed by the REQUESTING PARTY in a timely filed RESPONSE.

             Tl;i.e REQUESTING PARTY shall comply with the Single Audit Act of;J984, P.L.
             98-502.

             The REQUESTING PARTY shall adhere to the following requirements associated
             with audits of accounts and records:

             a. Agencies expending a total of $300,000 or more in federal funds, from one or
             more funding sources in its fiscal year, shall comply with the requirements of the
             federal Office of Management and Budget (0MB) Circular A-133, as revised or
             amended.



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           The agency shall submit two copies of:

                  The Reporting Package
                  The Data Collection Form
                  The management letter to the agency, if one issued by the audit firm

           The 0MB Circular A-133 audit must be submitted to the address below m
           accordance with the time frame established in the circular, as revised or amended.

           b. Agencies expending less than $300,000 in federal funds must submit a letter to
           the Department advising that a circular audit was not required. The letter shall
           indicate the applicable fiscal year, the amount of federal funds spent, the name(s) of
           the Department federal programs, and the CFDA grant numbers(s). This information
           must also be submitted to the address below.

           c. Address:    Michigan Department of Transportation
                          Bureau of Highways Technical Services
                          425 W. Ottawa, P.O. Box 30050
                          Lansing, MI 48909

           d. Agencies must also comply with applicable State laws and regulations relative to
           audit requirements.

           e. Agencies shall not charge audit costs to Department's federal programs which are
           not in accordance with the 0MB Circular A-133 reqirements.

           f. All agencies are subject to the federally required monitoring activities, which may
           include limited scope reviews and other on-site monitoring.

      2.   Agreed Unit Prices Work- All billings for work undertaken by the REQUESTING
           PARTY on an agreed unit price basis will be submitted in accordance with the
           Michigan Department ofTransportation Standard Specifications for Construction and
           pertinent F APG Directives and Guidelines of the FHWA.

      3.   Force Account Work and Subcontracted Work - All billings submitted to the
           DEPARTMENT for Federal reimbursement for items of work performed on a force
           account basis or by any subcontract with a consulting firm, railway company,
           governmental agency or other party, under the terms of this contract, shall be
           prepared in accordance with the provisions of the pertinent FHPM Directives and the
           procedures of the DEPARTMENT. Progress billings may be submitted monthly
           during the time work is being performed provided, however, that no biHof a lesser
           amount than $ I ,000.00 shall be submitted unless it is a final or end of fiscal year

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            billing. All billings shall be labeled either "Progress Bill Number _ _ _", or
            "Final Billing".

      4.    Final billing under this contract shall be submitted in a timely manner but not later
            than six months after completion of the work. Billings for work submitted later than
            six months after completion of the work will not be paid.

      5.    Upon receipt of billings for reimbursement for work undertaken by the
            REQUESTING PARTY on projects funded with Federal monies, the
            DEPARTMENT will act as billing agent for the REQUESTING PARTY,
            consolidating said billings with those for its own force account work and presenting
            these consolidated billings to the FHWA for payment. Upon receipt of
            reimbursement from the FHWA, the DEPARTMENT will promptly forward to the
            REQUESTING PARTY its share of said reimbursement.

      6.    Upon receipt of billings for reimbursement for work undertaken by the
            REQUESTING PARTY on projects funded with non-Federal monies, the
            DEPARTMENT will promptly forward to the REQUESTING PARTY
            reimbursement of eligible costs.

B.    Payment of Contracted and DEPARTMENT Costs:

      1.     As work on the PROJECT commences, the initial payments for contracted work
             and/or costs incurred by the DEPARTMENT will be made from the working capital
             deposit. Receipt of progress payments ofFederal funds, and where applicable, State
             Critical Bridge. funds, will be used to replenish the working capital deposit. The
             REQUESTING PARTY shall make prompt payments of its share of the contracted
             and/or DEPARTMENT incurred portion of the PROJECT COST upon receipt of
             progress billings from the DEPARTMENT. Progress billings will be based upon the
             REQUESTING PARTY'S share of the actual costs incurred as· work on the
             PROJECT progresses and will be submitted, as required, until it is determined by
             the DEPARTMENT that there is sufficient available working capital to meet the
             remaining anticipated PROJECT COSTS. All progress payments wiWbe made ·
             within thirty (30) days of receipt of billings. No monthly billing of a lesser amount
             than $1,000.00 will be made unless it is a final or end of fiscal year billing. Should
             the DEPARTMENT determine that the available working capital exceeds the
             remaining anticipated PROJECT COSTS, the DEPARTMENT may reimburse the
             REQUESTING PARTY such excess. Upon completion of the PROJECT, payment
             of all PROJECT COSTS, receipt of all applicable monies from the FHWA, and
           . completion of necessary audits, the REQUESTING PARTY will be reimbursed the
             balance of its deposit.




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       2.     In the event that the bid, plus contingencies, for the contracted, and/or the
              DEPARTMENT incurred portion of the PROJECT work exceeds the estimated cost
              therefor as established by this contract, the REQUESTING PARTY may be advised
              and billed for the additional amount of its share.

C.     General Conditions:

       1.    The DEPARTMENT, in accordance with its procedures in existence and covering
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             the time period involved, shall make payment for interest earned on the balance of
             working capital deposits for all projects on account with the DEPARTMENT.· The
             REQUESTING PARTY in accordance with DEPARTMENT procedures in existence
             and covering the time period involved, shall make payment for interest owed on any
             deficit balance of working capital deposits for all projects on account with the
             DEPARTMENT. This payment or billing is processed on an annual basis
             corresponding to the State of Michigan fiscal year. Upon receipt of billing for
             interest incurred, the REQUESTING PARTY promises and shall promptly pay the
             DEPARTMENT said amount.

      2.     Pursuant to the authority granted by law, the REQUESTING PARTY hereby
             irrevocably pledges a sufficient amount of funds received by it from the Michigan
             Transportation Fund to meet its obligations as specified in PART I and PART II. If
             the REQUESTING PARTY shall fail to make any of its required payments when
             due, as specified herein, the DEPARTMENT shall immediately notify the
             REQUESTING PARTY and the State Treasurer of the State of Michigan or such
             other state officer or agency having charge and control over disbursement of the
             Michigan Transportation Fund, pursuant to law, of the fact of such default and the
             amount.thereof, and, if such default is not cured by payrnen_t within ten (10) days,
             said State Treasurer or other state officer or agency is then authorized and directed
             to withhold from the first of such monies thereafter allocated by law to the
             REQUESTING PARTY from the Michigan Transportation Fund sufficient monies
             to remove the default, and to credit the REQUESTING PARTY with payment
             thereof, and to notify the REQUESTING PARTY in writing of such fac;t.
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      3.     Upon completion of all work under this contract and final audit by the
             DEPARTMENT or the FHWA, the REQUESTING PARTY promises to promptly
             repay the DEPARTMENT for any disallowed items of costs previously disbursed by
             the DEPARTMENT. The REQUESTING PARTY pledges its future receipts from
             the Michigan Transportation Fund for repayment of all disallowed items and, upon
             failure to make repayment for any disallowed items within ninety (90) days of
             demand made by the DEPARTMENT, the DEPARTMENT is hereby authorized to
             withhold an equal amount from the REQUESTING PARTY'S share of any future
             distribution of Michigan Transportation Funds in settlement of said claim.



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      4.   The DEPARTMENT shall maintain and keep accurate records and accounts relative
           to the cost of the PROJECT and upon completion of the PROJECT, payment of all
           items of PROJECT COST, receipt of all Federal Aid, if any, and completion of final
           audit by the DEPARTMENT and if applicable, by the FHWA, shall make final
           accounting to the REQUESTING PARTY. The final PROJECT accounting will not
           include interest earned or charged on working capital deposited for the PROJECT
           which will be accounted for separately at the close of the State of Michigan fiscal
           year and as set forth in Section C(l).

      5.   The costs of engineering and other services·performed on those projects involving
           specific program funds and one hundred percent (100%) local funds will be appor-
           tioned to the respective portions of that project in the same ratio as the actual direct
           construction costs unless otherwise specified in PART I.




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                                          SECTION IV

                             MAINTENANCE AND OPERATION


A.    Upon completion of construction of each part of the PROJECT, at no cost to the
      DEPARTMENT or the PROJECT, each of the parties hereto, within their respective
      jurisdictions, will make the following provisions for the maintenance and operation of the
      completed PROJECT:                                                                    ''

       1.    All Projects:

             Properly maintain and operate each partoftheproject, making ample provisions each
             year for the performance of such maintenance work as may be required, except as
             qualified in paragraph 2b of this section.

      2.     Projects Financed in Part with Federal Monies:

             a.     Sign and mark each part of the PROJECT, in accordance with the current
                    Michigan Manual of Uniform Traffic control Devices, and will not install, or
                    permit to be installed, any signs, signals or markings not in conformance with
                    the standards approved by the FHWA, pursuant to 23 USC 109(d),

             b.     Remove, prior to completion of the PROJECT, all encroachments from the
                    roadway right-of-way within the limits of each part of the PROJECT.

                    With respect to new or existing utility installations within the right-of-way
                    of Federal Aid proj eels and pursuant to F APG (23 CFR 645B): Occupancy
                    of non-limited access right-of-waymay be allowed based on consideration for
                    traffic safety and necessary preservation of roadside space and aesthetic
                    quality. Longitudinal occupancy of non-limited access right-of-way by
                    private lines will require a finding of significant economic ha'.rdship, the
                    unavailability of practicable alternatives or other extenuating circti'.)nstances.

             C.     Cause to be enacted, maintained and enforced, ordinances and regulations for
                    proper traffic operations in accordance with the plans of the PROJECT.

             d.     Make no changes to ordinances or regulations enacted, or traffic controls
                    installed in conjunction with the PROJECT work without prior review by the
                    DEPARTMENT and approval of the FHWA, ifrequired.




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B.    On projects for the removal of roadside obstacles, the parties, upon completion of
      construction of each part of the PROJECT, at no cost to the PROJECT or the
      DEPARTMENT, will, within their respective jurisdictions, take such action as is necessary
      to assure that the roadway right-of-way, cleared as the PROJECT, will be maintained free
      of such obstacles.

C.    On projects for the construction of bikeways, the parties will enact no ordinances or
      regulations prohibiting the use of bicycles on the facility hereinbefore described as the
      PROJECT, and will amend any existing restrictive ordinances in this regard so as to aliow
      use of this facility by bicycles. No motorized vehicles shall be permitted on such bikeways
      or walkways constructed as the PROJECT except those for maintenance purposes.

D.    Failure of the parties hereto to fulfill their respective responsibilities as outlined herein may
      disqualify that party from future Federal-aid participation in projects on roads or streets for
      which it has maintenance responsibility. Federal Aid may be withheld until such time as
      deficiencies in regulations have been corrected, and the improvements constructed as the
      PROJECT are brought to a satisfactory condition of maintenance.




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03-15-93                                        14
                                         SECTIONV

                   SPECIAL PROGRAM AND PROJECT CONDITIONS

A.    Those projects for which the REQUESTING PARTY has been reimbursed with Federal
      monies for the acquisition of right-of-way must be under construction by the close of the
      twentieth (20th) fiscal year following the fiscal year in which the FHWA and the
      DEPARTMENT projects agreement covering that work is executed, or the REQUESTING
      PARTY may be required to repay to the DEPARTMENT, for forwarding to the FHWA, all
      monies distributed as the FHWA'S contribution to that right-of-way.

B.     Those projects for which the REQUESTING PARTY has been reimbursed with Federal
       monies for the performance of preliminary engineering must be under construction by the
     . close of the tenth (10th) fiscal year following the fiscal year in which the FHWA and the
       DEPARTMENT projects agreement covering that work is executed, or the REQUESTING
       PARTY may be required to repay to the DEPARTMENT, for forwarding to the FHWA, all
       monies distributed as the FHWA'S contribution to that preliminary engineering.

C.    On those projects funded with Federal monies, the REQUESTING PARTY, at no cost to the
      PROJECT ortheDEPARTMENT, will provide such accident information as is available and
      such other information as may be required under the program in order to make the proper
      assessment of the safety benefits derived from the work performed as the PROJECT. The
      REQUESTING PARTY will cooperate with the DEPARTMENT in the development of
      reports and such analysis as may be required and will, when requested by the
      DEPARTMENT, forward to the DEPARTMENT, in such form as is necessary, the required
      information.
                     .
D.    In connection with the performance of PROJECT work under this contract the parties hereto
      (hereinafter in Appendix "A" referred to as the "contractor") agree to comply with the State
      of Michigan provisions for "Prohibition of Discrimination in State Contracts", as set forth
      in Appendix A, attached hereto and made a part hereof. The parties further covenant that
      they will comply with the Civil Rights Acts of 1964, being P.L. 88-352, 78 Stat. 241, as
      amended, being Title 42 U.S.C. Sections 1971, 1975a-1975d, and 2000a-2000Jt16 and the ·
      Regulations of the United States Department of Transportation (49 C.F.R. Part 21) issued
      pursuant to said Act, including Appendix "B", attached hereto and made a part hereof, and
      will require similar covenants on the part of any contractor or subcontractor employed in the
      performance of this contract.                     ·                                 ·

E.    The parties will carry out the applicable requirements of the DEPARTMENT'S
      Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) program and 49 CFR, Part 26, including, but not
      limited to, those requirements set forth in Appendix C.




03-15-93                                      15
                                                   APPENDIX A
                             . 'PROHIBITION OF DISCRIMINATION IN STATE CONTRACTS

In connection with the performance of work under this contract; the contractor agrees as follows:

1.      In accordance with Act No. 453, Public Acts of 1976, the contractor hereby agrees not to discriminate against an
        employee or applicant for employment with respect to hire, tenure, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, or
        as a matter directly or indirectly related to employment, becanse of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, height,
        weight, or marital status, Further, in accordance with Act No. 220, Public Acts of 1976 as amended by Act No. 478,
        Public Acts of1980 the contractor hereby agrees not to discriminate against an employee or applicant for employment
        with respect to hire, tenure, terms, conditions, or privileges of employment, or a matter directly or indirectly related to
        employment, because of a disability that is unrelated to the individual's ability to perform the duties of a particular job
        or position. A breach of the above covenants shall be regarded as a material breach of this contract.

2.      The contractor hereby agrees that any and all subcontracts to this contract, whereby a portion of the work set forth in
        this contract is to be performed, shall contain a covenant the same as hereinabove set forth in Section 1 of this Appendix.

3.       The contractor will take affirmative action to insure that applicants for employment and employees are treated without
         regard to their race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, height, weight, marital status or a disability that is unrelated
         to the individual's ability to perform the duties of a particular job or position. Such action shall include, but not be
         limited to, the following: employment, upgrading, demotion or transfer, recruitment advertising; layoff or termination;
       · rates of pay or other forms of compensation; and selection for training, including apprenticeship.

4.      The contractor will, in all solicitations or advertisements for employees placed by or on behalf of the contractor, state
        that all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, national
        origin, age, sex, height, weight, marital status or disability that is unrelated to the individual's ability to perform the
        duties of a particular job or position.

5.      The contractor or his collective bargaining representative will send to each labor union or representative of workers with
        which he has a collective bargaining agreement or other contract or understanding, a notice advising the said labor union
        or workers' representative of the contractor's commitments under this appendix.

6.      The contractor will comply with all relevant publis.hed rules, regulations, directives, and orders of the Michigan Civil
        Rights Commission which may be in effect prior to the taking of bids for any individual state project.
                                   ~
7.      The contractor will furnish and file compliance reports within such time and upon such forms as provided by the
        Michigan Civil Rights Commission, said forms may also elicit information as to the practices, policies, program, and
        employment statistics of each subcontractor as well as the contractor himself, and said contractor will permit access to
        his books, records, and accounts by the Michigan Civil Rights Commission and/or its agent, for purposes ofinvestigation
        to ascertain compliance with this contract and relevant with rules, regulations, and orders of the Michigan Civil Rights
        Commission.
                                                                                                                  r -;:;
                                                                                                                    ...   ,
8,                                                                                                                    a
        In the event that the Civil Rights Commission finds, after a hearing held pursuant to its rules, that contractor has not
        complied with the contractual obligations under this agreement, the Civil Rights Commission may, as part ofits order
        based upon such findings, certify said findings to the Administrative Board of the State of Michigan, which
        Administrative Board may order the cancellation of the contract found to have been violated and/or declare the
        contractor ineligible for future contracts with the state and its political and civil subdivisions, departments, and officers,
        and including the governing boards ofinstitutions of higher education, until the contractor complies with said order of
        the Civll Rights Commission. Notice of said declaration of future ineligibility may be given to any or all of the persons
        with whom the contractor is declared ineligible to contract as a contracting party in future contracts. In any case before
        the Civil Rights Commission in which cancellation of an existing contract is a possibility, the contracting agency shall .
        be notified of such possible remedy and shall be given the option by the Civil Rights Commission to participate in such
        proceedings,

9,      The contractor will include, or incorporate by reference, the provisions of the foregoing paragraphs (1) through (8) in
        every subcontract or purchase order unless exempted by the rules, regulations or orders of the Michigan Civil Rights
        Commission, and will provide in every subcontract or purchase order that said provisions will be binding upon each
        subcontractor or seller.                                                                                  March, 1998
                                                                                                      (Rev. 03/92)

                                                  APPENDIXB

During the performance of this contract, the contractor, for itself, its assignees, and successors in interest
(hereinafter referred to as the "contractor") agrees as follows:

1.      Compliance with Regulations: The contractor shall comply with the Regulations relative to
        nondiscrimination in Federally assisted programs of the Department of Transportation, Title 49, Code
        of Federal Regulations, Part 27, as they may be amended from time to time (hereinafter referred to as
        the Regulations), which are herein incorporated by reference and made a part of this contract. ·

2.      Nondiscrimination: The contractor, with regard to the work performed by it during the contract, shall
        not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, or natural origin in the selection and retention of
        subcontractors, including procurements of materials and leases of equipment. The contractor shall not
        participate either directly or indirectly in the discrimination prohibited by Section 21.5 of the
        Regulations, including employment practices when the contract covers a program set forth in Appendix
        B of the Regulations.

3.      Solicitations for Subcontracts. Including Procurements of Materials and Equipment: In all solicitations
        either by competitive bidding or negotiation made by the contractor for work to be performed under
        a subcontract, including procurements of materials or leases of equipment, each potential subcontractor
        or supplier shall be notified by the contractor of the contractor's obligations under this contract and
        the Regulati6ns relative to nondiscrimination on the grounds of race, color, or national origin.

4.      Information and Reports: The contractor shall provide all information and reports required by the
        Regulations, or directives issued pursuant thereto, and shall permit access to its books, records,
        accounts, other sources of information, and its facilities as may be determined by the Michigan
        Department of Transportation or the Federal Highway Administration to be pertinent to ascertain
        compliance with such Regulations or directives. Where any information required of a contractor is in
        the exclusive possession of another who fails or refuses to furnish this information, the contractor shall
        so certify to the Michigan Department of Transportation, or the Federal Highway Administration as
        appropriate, ancf"shall set forth what efforts it has made to obtain the information.

5.      Sanctions for Noncompliance: In the event of the contractor's noncompliance \vith the
        nondiscrimination provisions of this contract, the Michigan Department of Transportation shall impose
        such contract sanctions as it or the Federal Highway Administration may determine to be appropriate,
        including, but not limited to:

        (a)      Withholding of payments to the contractor under the contract until the contraltlfr complies,
                 and/or                                                                                    ·

        (b)      Cancellation, termination, or suspension of the contract, in wh.ole or in part.

6.      Incorporation of Provisions: The contractor shall inclnde the provisions of paragraphs 1 through 6 of
        every subcontract, including procurements of materials and leases of equipment, unless exempt by the
        Regulations, or directives issued pursuant thereto. The contractor shall take such action with respect
        to any subcontract or procurement as the Michigan Department of Transportation or the Federal
        Highway Administration may direct as a means of enforcing such provisions including sanctions for
        non-compliance; provided, however, that in the event a contractor becomes involved in, or is threatened
        with, litigation with a subcontractor or supplier as a result of such direction, the contractor may request
        the 1"1ichigan Department of Transportation to enter into such litigation to protect the interests of the
        State, and, in addition, the contractor may request the United States to enter into such litigation to
        protect the interests of the United States.
                                      APPENDIXC

             · TO BE INCLUDED IN ALL FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
                   AGREEMENTS WITH LOCAL AGENCIES

               Assurance that Recipients and Contractors Must Make
                (Excerpts from US DOT Regulation 49 CFR 26.13)


A.   Each financial assistance agreement signed with a DOT operating administration (or
     a primary recipient) must include the following assurance:

           The recipient shall not discriminate on the basis of race, color,
           national origin, or sex in the award and performance of any US
           DOT-assisted contract or in the administration of its DBE
           program or the requirements of 49 CFR Part 26. The recipient
           shall take all necessary and reasonable steps under 49 CFR Part
           26. to ensure nondiscrimination in the award and administration
           of US DOT-assisted contracts. The recipient's DBE program, as
           required by 49 CFR Part 26 and as approved by US DOT, is
           incorporated by reference in this agreement. Implementation of
           this program is a legal obligation and failure to carry out its
           terms shall be treated as a violation of this agreement. Upon
           notification to the recipient ofits failure to carry out its approved
           program, the department may impose sanctions as provided for
           under Part 26 and may, in appropriate cases, refer the matter for
           enforcj!ment under 18 U.S.C. 1001 and/or the Program Fraud
           Civil Remedies Act of 1986 (31 U.S.C. 3801 et seq.).

B.   Each contract MDOT signs with a contractor (and each subcontract the prime
     contractor signs with a subcontractor) must include the following assuranfe:

           The contractor, sub recipient or subcontractor shall not
           discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, or sex in
           the performance of this contract. The contractor shall carry out
           applicable requirements of 49 CFR Part 26 in the award and
           administration of US DOT-assisted contracts. Failure by the
           contractor to carry out these requirements is a material breach
           of this contract, which may result in the termination of this
           contract or such other remedy as the recipient deems
           appropriate.
                                                           City of Muskegon
                                                           City Manager's Office




Memo
 To:        Mayor Nielsen and City Commissioners

 From: Bryon L. Mazade, City Manager
 Date: 04/18/01
 Re:        Special Assessment Notices



 At the last City Commission meeting I was asked to provide a report on the cost and
 the positive and negative aspects of converting the special assessment notice
 process to certified mail with return receipt requested. Currently the City sends all
 special assessment notices by first class mail.

 For street special assessments the City sends two notices for the public hearings
 (one to create the district and one to spread the special assessment roll). The City
 also sends a self addressed stamped envelope for the property owner to return the
 response card for the hearing to create the district. For sidewalk assessments there
 are also three mailings, one for the initial notification that the sidewalk needs to be
 repaired and then two for the special assessment hearings. These mailings
 generally cost $.34 each, although some cost as much as $.55 each, depending on
 how many sheets of paper is sent. Sending these notices by certified mail with return
 receipt requested would cost $3.74 each and could go as high as $3.95 each. On
 average the City sends out special assessment notices for approximately 1,000
 properties annually (650 for sidewalks and 350 for streets). This equates to 3,000
 notices. For first-class mail this costs $1,020.00. The same notices would cost
 $11 ,220.00 for certified mail. If the City uses certified mail this would have to be in
 addition to the first class mail that is required by law. Therefore, the mailing cost
 would be approximately $12,240.00 for 1,000 properties.

 The increased cost (well over 1,000%) for converting the notification process to
 certified mail is prohibitive. This does not include the increased staff time it will take
 sending and receiving certified mail, which will be significant and could require the
 use of a temporary worker.




 • Page 1
Kum:linger, Gaiff

From:                            Mazade, Bryon
Sent:                            Tuesday, April 24, 2001 7:39 AM
To:                              Kundinger, Gail
Subject:                         FW: 15 E. Muskegon



FYI
-----Original Message----
From:               Grabinski, Bob
Sent:               Tuesday, April 24, 2001 8:20 AM
To:                 Mazade, Bry~m
Subject:            15 E. Muskegon

Bryon,

We have received no schedule of repairs ai this time. Due to the requirement to ensure certified mailing of the inspection
results and a return the two week period between commission meetings was not enough. Unless the owner responds with
an acceptable schedule, I will bring this back to commission on May 8. If more information is needed for tonight I will be
happy to provide it.

Thanks,·
Bob




                                                              1
 DATE:            April 2, 2001

 TO:              Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

 FROM:            Robert Grabinski, Fire Marshal

 RE:              Concurrence with the Housing Board of Appeals Notice and Order
                  to Demolish. Dangerous Building Case #:00-100; Address: 15 E.
                  Muskegon, Muskegon Ml.


SUMMARY OF REQUEST: This is to request that the City Commission Concur
with the findings of the Housing Board of Appeals that the structure located at 15
E Muskegon. Muskegon Ml is unsafe, substandard, a public nuisance and that
it be demolished within thirty (30) days. It is further requested that administration
be directed to obtain bids for the demolition of the structure and that the Mayor
and City Clerk be authorized and directed to execute a contract for demolition
with the lowest responsible bidder.

Case# & Project Address: 00-100 - 15 E Muskegon, Muskegon Ml

Location and ownership: This single-family rental unit is located on E. Muskegon
in the Jackson Hill Neighborhood, HUD census tracking number 2. The owner is
Alfonzo Farmer and Jerri Oakes of Muskegon Ml.

Staff Correspondence attachments: A dangerous building inspection was
conducted on 12/4/00. A Notice and Order to repair was issued on 1/10/01. A
Notice of HBA Hearing was sent on February 13,,2001. The Board's issued an
Order to Demolish on March 7, 2001. Letter to Mr. Farmer dated 3/21/01.

Owner Contact: Mr. Alfonzo Farmer came to the inspection department with
copies of quit claim deeds that were not in the title search, It appears that he is
part owner with Jerri Oakes. Mr. Farmer was given until April 4, 2001 to comply
with the letter dated 3/21/01. There has been no contact from the owner since
then.

Financial Impact:         CDBG

Budget action required: None

State Equalized value: $10, 800.00

Estimated cost to repair: $7, 500.00 plus cost of required interior repairs.




F:\Inspections\Everett\WORD\CC MEETINGS\AGENDA - 15 E MUSKEGON.doc             page 1 of2
Staff Recommendation: To Concur with the Housing Board of Appeals decision
to Demolish.

City Commission Recommendation: The Commission will consider this item at
it's meeting on Tuesday, April 10, 2001.




F:\lnspections\Everctt\WORD\CC MEETlNGS\AGENDA - 15 E MUSKEGON.doc   page 2 of2
Date: April 24, 2001
To:       Honorable Mayor and City Commissioners

from:       Finance Director

RE:       First Quarter 2001 Budget Reforecast



SUMMARY OF REQUEST:                  At this time staff is transmitting the First Quarter 2001 Budget
Reforecast which outlines proposed changes to the original budget that have come about as result of
changes in policy priorities, labor contracts, updated information, or other factors. For the next meeting,
an action item will be placed on the agenda for adoption of the proposed first quarter budget reforecast
together with any additional changes deemed necessary by Commissioners.

FINANCIAL IMPACT: The first quarter 2001 Budget Reforecast reflects only very minor
changes. The primary adjustments are in the area of capital improvements (pp. 28-30). We're pleased
to report that two major budgetary challenges (2000 census and healthcare costs) have been
surmounted with no real damage to the budget:
• Census - Projections had indicated the City might lose between 1,200 - 2,000 in population count.
     The official loss was 178 as the City's total population went from 40,283 to 40,105. The count used
     for state revenue sharing purposes (adjusted for institutional populations) went from 38,492 to
     38,166, a decrease of only 326. Accordingly, it appears at this time that the original estimate for
     state shared revenues will hold.
• Healthcare - We have been notified that healthcare premiums will increase 15.4% for the 2001-
    2002 policy year. While this is by far the largest annual increase seen in many years, it is in line
    with the original 2001 budget estimate and, thus, no adjustment is required at this time.
The remaining challenge is, of course, the health of the state and local economies. To this point we
have not noticed any significant change in local income tax receipts and hold to the original budget
estimate for this revenue source.

BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:                         Self-explanatory.

STAFF RECOMMENDATION:                             The City Commission should review the Reforecast to
ensure it reflects their policy initiatives. At the next City Commission meeting, staff will request formal
approval of the Reforecast and related budget amendments.

COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:                               There is no committee recommendation at this
time.




9/18/97                                                                                                  1
                    CITY OF MUSKEGON
                      GENERAL FUND


                    HISTORICAL SUMMARY


                     Revenues &         Expenditures &       Fund Balance
         Year        Transfers In        Transfers Out        at Year-End
        1991    $    10,389,328     $       10,584,427   $     1,523,740
        1992         11,297,076             11,282,444         1,538,372
        1993         13,990,266             13,231,208         2,297,430
        1994         15,301,973             15,572,689         2,026,714
        1995         16,633,179             16,337,586         2,322,307
        1996         17,666,214             18,018,159         1,970,362
        1997         20,437,646             20,358,321         2,049,687
        1998         21,643,855             21,634,467         2,059,075
        1999         21,451,681             22,011,881         1,498,875
        2000         23,685,516             22,232,657         2,951,734




           Fiscal 2001 Budget Summai:y - First Quarter Reforecast

FUND BALANCE AT START OF YEAR                                               $   2 951 734

MEANS OE FINANCING:
          Taxes                                               13,142,817        57%
          Licenses and Permits                                   983,000         4%
          Federal Grants                                         456,005         2%
          State Grants                                                           0%
          State Shared Revenue                                 5,441,651        23%
          other Charges                                        1,841,457         8%
          Interest & Rentals                                     525,843         2%
          Fines and Fees                                         289,200         1%
          Other Revenue                                          362,650         2%
          Other Financing Sources                                180,000        1%.
                                                              23,222,623        100%




ESTIMATED REQUIREMENTS:
          Customer Value Added Activities                     16,570,554        71%
          Business Value Added Activities                      3,937,856        17%
          Fixed Budget Items                                   2 701 098        12%
                                                              23,209,508        100%

ESTIMATED FUND BALANCE AT END OF YEAR                                       $   2 964 849

         OPERATING SURPLUS (DEFICIT)                                        $     13,115




                                        I
       City of Muskegon
       Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - General Fund
       General Fund Revenue Summary By Source


                                                                                                                                                                % Change
                                                                                          Original Budget       Actual Thru    Revised Estimate Change From       From
                                                    Actual 1999        Actual 2000         Estimate 2001        March 2001           2001       2000 Original    Original                 Comments
       Available Fund Balance - BOY             $      2,059,875   $      2,059,875      $      2,280,546   $      2,951,735   $     2,951,735 $    671,189

       Taxes
        City income tax                         $      6,425,149   $      7,078,571      $     7,000,000    $      1,805,229   $    7,000,000   $                      0% HOLD ESTIMATE FOR NOW. MONITOR CLOSELY
        Property taxes - general                       3,601,411          3,686,780            3,967,591                            3,967,591                          0%
        Property taxes - sanitation                    1,489,818          1,630,491            1,680,226                            1,680,226                          0%
        Industrial facilities taxes                      353,151            362,676              405,000                              405,000                          0%
        Payments in lieu of taxes                         71,608             69,148               80,000                               80,000                          0%
        Delinquent chargeback collected                   19,886              3,769               10,000               5,521           10,000                          0%
                                                $     11,961,023   $     12,831,435      $    13,142,817    $      1,810,750   $   13,142,817   $                      0%

       Licenses and permits
        Business licenses                       $         25,008   $          32,363     $       45,000     $            960   $       37,000   $     (8,000)        -18% LOWER BASED ON 2000 EXPERIENCE
        liquor licenses                                   28,458              35,511             35,000                7,054           35,000                          0%
        Cable TV franchise fees                          338,325            327,004             250,000                               250,000                          0%
        Housing licenses                                  66,147              62,965            115,000               15,805          115,000
\'-I    Burial permits                                    94,955            104,160             100,000               19,121          100,000
                                                                                                                                                                       0%
                                                                                                                                                                       0%
        Building permits                                 285,865            368,333             250,000               40,771          250,000                          0%
        Electrical permits                                77,375              87,692             75,000               22,030           75,000                          0%
        Plumbing permits                                  38,448              45,147             45,000                5,736           45,000                          0%
        Heating permits                                   57,326              62,847             70,000               13,197           70,000                          0%
        Franchise fees                                                          1,100             2,000                                 2,000                          0%
        Police gun registration                            3,870                1,879             4,000                  760            4,000                          0%
                                                $      1,015,777   $      1_,_1;29,001   $      991,000     $        125,434   $      983,000   $     (8,000)         -1%

       Federal grants
        Federal operational grant               $        423,208   $        522,111      $      456,005     $                  $      456,005   $                      0%
                                                $        423,208   $        522,111      $      456,005     $                  $      456,005   $                      0%

       State grants
        State operational grant                 $                  $                     $                  $                  $                $                     N/A
                                                $                  $                     $                  $                  $                $                     N/A

       State shared revenue
        State sales tax                         $      4,863,361   $      5,486,712      $     5,441,651    $                  $    5,441,651   $                      0% HOLD ESTIMATE FOR NOW. MONITOR CLOSELY
                                                $      4,863,361   $      5,486,712      $     5,441,651    $                  $    5~651       $                      0%
    City of Muskegon
    Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - General Fund
    General Fund Revenue Summary By Source


                                                                                                                                                               % Change
                                                                                         Original Budget       Actual Thru    Revised Estimate Change From       From
                                                      Actual 1999        Actual 2000     Estimate 2001         March 2001           2001       2000 Original    Original                Comments
    Other charges for sales and services
     Tax administration fees                      $        213,714   $        224,399    $      225,000    $             26   $      225,000    $                    0%
     Utility administration fees                           172,998            166,032           175,215              43,804          175,215                         0%
     Reimbursement for elections                            10,459             30,568            12,000                               12,000                         0%
     Indirect cost reimbursement                           840,034            925,008           908,242             227,064          908,242                         0%
     Site•plan review fee                                                       1,800             4,000                 520            4,000                         0%
     Sale of cemetery lots                                  12,923             24,269            15,000               3,700           15,000                         0%
     Sale of columbarium niches                                                 1,325             3,000                                3,000                         0%
     Sale of Harbortown dockominiums                        80,500                                                                                                   NIA
     Police miscellaneous                                   68,663             67,711            65,000               5,399           65,000                         0%
     Police impound fees                                                       38,576             6,000              13,975           20,000         14,000        233% MORE ACTIVITY THAN ANTICIPATED
     Landlords alert                                                                                                  1,070            1,500          1,500          NIA
     Fire protection-state property                         75,055             83,093            80,000                               80,000                         0%
     Zoning fees                                            12,305              9,325             7,500               3,220            7,500                         0%
     Clerk fees                                                604              2,586             5,000                 902            5,000                         0%
     IFT application fees                                    6,369              9,917             5,000                                5,000                         0%
w    Treasurer fees
     False a!arm fees
                                                             4,374
                                                            17,727
                                                                               26,934
                                                                               16,439
                                                                                                  2,500
                                                                                                 10,000
                                                                                                                      3,215
                                                                                                                        815
                                                                                                                                       4,000
                                                                                                                                      10,000
                                                                                                                                                      1,500         60%
                                                                                                                                                                     0%
     Miscellaneous cemetery income                          25,599             21,224            23,000               1,510           23,000                         0%
     Housing commission reimbursement                       16,750             23,503                                                                                l,J/A
     Senior transit program fees                             8,521              8,261             8,000               1,693             8,000                        0%
     Fire miscellaneous                                      9,311             25,798            40,000               1,082            40,000                        0%
     Sanitation stickers                                    36,519             43,280            35,000               5,007            35,000                        0%
     Lot cleanup fees                                      121,148             96,998            50,000               9,118            50,000                        0%
     Reimbursements for mowings and demolitions             62,525            107,400            20,000                (172)           20,000                        0%
     Recreation program fees                               115,817            138,866           125,000               5,615           125,000                        0%
                                                  $      1,911,915   $      2,093,312    $    1,824,457    $        327,563 $       1,841,457   $    17,000          1%
    Interest and rental income
     Interest                                     $        314,639   $        411,444    $      325,000    $        128,761   $      350,000    $    25,000          8% NO COMPENSATING BALANCES
     Flea market                                            25,418             25,269            27,000                               27,000                         0%
     Farmers market                                         20,905             22,040            20,000                 180           20,000                         0%
     City right of way rental                                6,400              6,4o'O            4,400               2,400            4,400                         0%
     Parking ramp rentals                                   27,266             46,819            40,000              18,568           40,000                         0%
     McGraft park rentals                                   43,270             55,518            54,443               2,995           54,443                         0%
     Other eark rentals                                     27,851             31,918            30,000               7,820           30,000                         0%
                                                  $        465,749   $        ~~,408     $      500,843    $        160,724   $      s2s,a43    L    25,000          5%
       City of Muskegon
       Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget~ General Fund
       General Fund Revenue Summary By Source



                                                                                                                                                                    % Change
                                                                                              Original Budget       Actual Thru    Revised Estimate Change From       From
                                                            Actual 1999        Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001           2001       2000 Original    Original   Comments
       Fines and fees
        Jncome tax - penalty and interest               $         45,901 $           70,290   $       50,000    $         21,476 $         50,000   $                     0%
        Late fees on current taxes                                 7,192             40,167           15,000                 (36)          15,000                         0%
        Interest on late invoices                                 17,519                328            1,200                                1,200                         0%
        Civll infraction fines                                      (983)                              3,000                                3,000                         0%
        Property transfer affidavit fines                                             6,400            5,000               4,200            5,000                         0%
        Parking fines                                             82,772             41,829           65,000              36,625           65,000                         0%
        Court fines                                              124,968            179,662          150,000              30,275          150,000                         0%
                                                        $        277,369   $        338,676   $      289,200    $         92,540   $      289,200   $                     0%

       Other revenue
        Sale of fand and assets                         $          2,650   $            350   $        3,000    $                  $        3,000   $                     0%
        Police sale and auction proceeds                           3,991              3,214            6,000                                6,000                         0%
        CDBG program reimbursements                              254,279           -391,573          315,000               3,152          315,000                         0%
        Contributions                                             64,165             63,343           11,000               1,062           11,000                         0%
        Muskegon County Community Foundation
-t:.    Miscellaneous reimbursements
                                                                                      5,650            4,650
                                                                                                       3,000
                                                                                                                                            4,650                         0%
                                                                                                                                            3,000                         0%
        Miscellaneous and sundry                                  30,786             13,095           20,000                 601           20,000                         0%
                                                        $        355,871   $        477,225   $      362,650    $          4,815   $      362,650   $                     0%

       Other financing sources
        Operating transfers in
         Cemetery Perpetual Care                                  60,551             63,858           62,600    $         15,810           62,600                        0%
         Criminal Forfeitures Fund                                83,000             75,000           75,000                               75,000                        0%
         Police Training Fund                                     18,621             36,286           10,000                               10,000                        0%
         ODA for Administration                                                      30,000           30,000                               30,000                        0%
         Reese Playfield Fund                                      3,967              1,827            1,800                                1,800                        0%
         RLF for Administration                                   10,000                                                                                                 NIA
         Hackley Park Improvement Fund                             1,269                 51                                                                              NIA
         Hackley Park Memorial Fund                                                     614              600                                  600                        0%
         LDFA II pass-thru                                                                                                                                               NIA
                                                        $        177,408   $        207,636   $      180,000    $         15,810   $      180,000   $                    0%

       Total general fund reven_ues and other sources   $     21,451,681   $     23,685,516   $   23,188,623    $      2,537,636   $   23,222,623   $     34,000          0%
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - General Fund
        General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                 Actual As                                         % Change
                                                                                            Original Budget       Actual Thru      %of          Revised          Change From         From
                                                         Actual 1999         Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001     Revised     Estimate 2001       2000 Original      Original                  Comments
        I. Customer Value Added Activities

40301   Police Department
5100      Salaries & Benefits                        $     . 5,371,889   $      5,421,663   $   5,585,525     $      1,236,926        22% $      5,585,525   $                           0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                   127,053            148,156         123,000               31,755        26%          123,000                               0%
5300      Contractual Services                                 725,960            940,086         850,000              206,319        24%          850,000                               0%
5400      Other Expenses                                        47,181             53,924          30,700               11,011        36%           30,700                               0%
5700      Capital Outlays                                       88,075            171,358          55,000                8,808        16%           55,000                               0%
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                         NIA                                               NIA
                                                     $      6,360,158    $      6,735,187   $   6,644,225     $      1,494,819        22% $      6,644,225   $                           0%
40333   Police Narcotics Unit
5100      Salaries & Benefits                        $        351,830    $       403,645    $     471,552     $         79,543        17% $       471,552    $                           0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                    7,914             11,381            5,150                1,612        31%           5,150                                0%
5300      Contractual Services                                 14,831             13,899           10,700                1,957        18%          10,700                                0%
5400      Other Expenses                                           39                318                                               NIA                                               NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                      22,171             36,195           20,941                              0%          20,941                                0%
5900      Other F!nancing Uses                                                                                                         NIA                                               NIA
                                                     $        396,785    $        465,438   $     508,343     $         83,112        16% $        508,343   $                           0%
                                                     $      6,756,943    $      7,200,625   $   7,152,568     $      1,577,931        22% $      7,152,568   $                           0%

50336   Fire Department
5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $      2,673,009    $      2,708,005   $   2,738,873     $       629,549         23% $     2,738,873    $                           0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                 113,467              97,561          98,000              15,576         16%          98,000                                0%
5300       Contractual Services                               156,160             133,101         150,000              21,715         14%         150,000                                0%
5400       Other Expenses                                      20,291              10,051          20,000               4,293         21%          20,000                                0%
5700       Capltal Outlays                                    153,098              38,636          25,000              11,808         47%          25,000                                0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                        NIA                                               NIA
                                                     $      3,116,025    $      2,987,354   $   3,031,873     $       682,941         23% $     3,031,873    $                           0%

50387   Fire Safety Inspections
5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $       314,896     $       623,329    $     658,792     $       136,759         21% $       658,792    $                            0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                  8,585              17,135           31,050               3,868         15%          26,050                (5,000)        -16% MOVE TO 5700
5300       Contractual Services                               96,770             247,418          226,759              50,989         22%         226,759                                 0%
5400       Other Expenses                                      4,877              11,070           15,000               2,801         19%          15,000                                 0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                    16,029               9,838            5,600                 215          2%          10,600                5,000           89% ADDT'L COMPUTER EQUIPMENT REQ'D
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                        NIA                                               NIA
                                                     $        441,157    $        908,790' $      937,201     $       194,632         21% $       937,201    $                           0%
                                                     $      3,557,182    $      3,896,144 $     3,969,074     $       877,573         22% $     3,969,074    $                           0%

        Sanitation
60523    General Sanitation
5100      Salaries & Benefits                        $         60,002    $         66,335   $      62,422     $        12,648         20% $         62,422   $                           0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                      401                 690           1,400                  35          3%            1,400                               0%
5300      Contractual Services                              1,490,600           1,308,314       1,390,508             208,799         15%        1,390,508                               0%
5400      Other Expenses                                            6                               1,000                              0%            1,000                               0%
5700      Capital Outlays                                                         24,360           25,000                              0%           25,000                               0%
5900      Other Financing uses                                                                                                         NIA                                               NIA
                                                     $      1,551,009    $      1,399,~~~- $    1,480,330     $       221,482         15% $      1,480,330   $                           0%
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget. General Fund
        General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                               Actual As                                       % Change
                                                                                          Original Budget       Actual Thru      % Of         Revised          Change From       From
                                                        Actual 1999        Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001     Revised     Estimate 2001       2000 Orig(nal    Original   Comments
60528    Recycling
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $                  $                  $                                          N/A $                 $                         NIA
5200      Operating Supplies                                                                                                         NIA                                             NIA
5300      Contractual Services                              300,392            263,478          261,207               42,528        16%         261,207                              0%
5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                             NIA                                             NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                                                          1,500                             0%            1,500                             0%
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                             NIA
                                                    $       300,392    $       263,478    $     262,707     $         42,528        16% $       262,707    $                         0%
60524    Composting
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $         12,468   $                  $                 $                        NIA $                 $                         NIA
5200      Operating Supplies                                                                                                         NIA                                             NIA
5300      Contractual Services                                43,237                                                                 NIA                                             NIA
5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                             NIA                                             NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                            NIA                                             NIA
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                             NIA
                                                    $         55,705   $                  $                 $                        NIA $                 $                         NIA
60448   Streetlighting
5100       Salaries & Benefits                      $         12,685   $         10,601   $       7,064     $          2,173        31% $          7,064   $                         0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                                                                                        NIA                                             NIA
5300       Contractual Services                             505,839            507,599          515,000               85,163        17%         515,000                              0%
5400       Other Expenses                                                                                                            NIA                                             NIA
5700       Capital Outlays                                      600                              10,000                              0%          10,000                              0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                      NIA                                             NIA
                                                    $       519,124    $       518,200    $     532,064     $         87,336        16% $       532,064    $                         0%
60707   Senior Citizen Transit
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $        39,821    $        44,554    $      42,998     $          9,712        23% $        42,998    $                         0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                                                                                         NIA                                             NIA
5300      Contractual Services                                 4,810              5,450           5,850                1,350        23%            5,850                             0%
5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                             NIA                                             NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                            NIA                                             NIA
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                             NIA
                                                    $        44,631    $        50,004    $      48,848     $         11,062        23% $        48,848    $                         0%
60446   Community Event Support
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $         17,953   $       113,420    $      75,382     $          8,162        11% $        75,382    $                         0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                                    14,743            2,500                 149          6%           2,500                              0%
5300      Contractual Services                                 1,270            45,757           20,000                 274          1%          20,000                              0%
5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                             NIA                                             NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                            NIA                                             NIA
5900      other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                             NIA
                                                    $         19,223   $        173,920   $      97,882     $         8,585          9% $        97,882    $                         0%
                                                    $      2,490,084   $      2,405,301   $   2,421,831     $       370,993         15% $     2,421,831    $                         0%

70751   Parks,"Maintenance
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $       594,245    $       410,877    $     528,153     $        82,837         16% $       528,153    $                         0%
5200      Operating Supplles                                101,986            188,503          125,155               9,439          8%         125,155                              0%
5300      Contractual Services                              369,196            509,593          515,000              66,663         13%         515,000                              0%
5400      Other Expenses                                      2,338              2,939            7,000                 765         11%           7,000                              0%
5700      Capital Outlays                                    42,206             53,703           80,000              28,105         35%          80,000                              0%
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                             NIA
                                                    t      1,109,971   $      1,165,615   $   1,255,308     $       187,809         15% $     1,255,308    $                         0%
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget. General Fund
        General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                               Actual As                                        % Change
                                                                                          Original Budget       Actual Thru      %of          Revised          Change From        From
                                                        Actual 1999        Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001     Revised     Estimate 2001       2000 Origi:1~I    Original    Comments
70757   Mc Graft Park Maintenance
5100       Salaries & Benefits                      $         34,953   $        10,522    $      18,278     $            594         3% $         18,278   $                          0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                  9,527             3,862            5,000                1,028        21%            5,000                              0%
5300       Contractual Services                               27,393            43,985           30,165                2,810         9%           30,165                              0%
5400       Other Expenses                                       434                210            1,000                              0%            1,000                              0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                                         283                                               NIA                                              NIA
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                      NIA                                              NIA
                                                    $         72,307   $        58,862    $      54,443     $          4,432         8% $         54,443   $                          0%
70775    General Recreation Programs
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $       132,298    $       117,149    $     175,398     $         10,991         6% $       175,398    $                          0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                 35,928             31,912           25,300               13,350        53%          25,300                               0%
5300      Contractual Services                              118,418            115,122           88,675               13,879        16%          88,675                               0%
5400      Other Expenses                                      4,244              2,969            4,000                  462        12%           4,000                               0%
5700      Capital Outlays                                       208              4,344                                               NIA                                              NIA
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                              NIA
                                                    $       291,096    $       271,496    $     293,373     $         38,682        13% $       293,373    $                          0%
70776    Inner City ReCreation Programs
5100       Salaries & Benefits                      $       103,019    $       135,718    $     132,319     $         25,122        19% $       132,319    $                          0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                11,214             10,781           21,710                  685         3%          21,710                               0%
5300       Contractual Services                              30,297             29,995           36,400                              0%          36,400                               0%
5400       Other Expenses                                     2,397              2,896            3,000                 259          9%           3,000                               0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                           NIA                                              NIA
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                      NIA                                              NIA
                                                    $       146,927    $       179,390    $     193,429     $        26,066         13% $       193,429    $                          0%
70276   Cemeteries Maintenance
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $       330,496    $       184,070    $     175,746     $        39,959         23% $       175,746    $                          0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                 21,166             13,440           25,000                 716          3%          25,000                               0%
5300      Contractual Services                              110,984            246,091          270,000                9,471         4%         270,000                               Oo/o
5400      Other Expenses                                        216                568            1,000                 364         36%           1,000                               0%
5700      Capital Outlays                                    33,200             19,930           22,500                9,577        43%          22,500                               0%
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                              NIA
                                                    $       496,062    $       464,099    $     494,246     $        60,087         12% $       494,246    $                          0%
70585   Parking Operations
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $        12,979    $        13,182    $      12,584     $          3,233        26% $        12,584    $                          0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                  2,146              2,316            2,000                 375         19%           2,000                               0%
5300      Contractual Services                               28,692             27,50~           35,572                6,208        17%          35,572                               0%
5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                             NIA                                              NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                            NIA                                              NIA
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                              NIA
                                                    $        43,817    $        42,999    $      50,156     $          9,816        20% $        50,156    $                          0%
70771   Forestry
5100      Salaries & Benefits                       $        90,283    $        89,755    $     134,355     $        21,445         16% $       134,355    $                          0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                 10,467              9,852            9,581                 980         10%           9,581                               0%
5300      Contractual Services                               12,898             16,843           14,000                3,169        23%          14,000                               0%
5400      Other Expenses                                      2,940                818            1,700                 675         40%           1,700                               0%
5700      Capita! Outlays                                     6,572              3,207            2,000                              0%           2,000                               0%
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                              NIA
                                                    $       123,160    $       120,4_75   $     161,636     $        26,269         16% $       161,!~~6   $                          0%
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget General Fund
                                                                      M




        General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                           Actual As                                       % Change
                                                                                                   Original Budget       Actual Thru         %of          Revised          Change From       From
                                                              Actual 1999           Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001         Revised    Estimate 2001       2000 Original    Original                   Comments
70863   Farmers' Market & Flea Market
5100      Salaries & Benefits                             $        36,984       $         27,185   $      30,669     $          3,111           10% $         30,669   $                         0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                              503               591            1,000                                 0%            1,000                             0%
5300      Contractual Services                                       8,236                15,000           7,623                1,718           23%            7,623                             0%
5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                                         NIA                                             NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                                        NIA                                             NIA
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                                   NIA                                             NIA
                                                          $         45,723      $         42,776   $       39,292    $         4,829            12% $        39,292    $                         0%
                                                          $      2,329,063      $      2,345,712   $    2,541,883    $       357,990            14% $     2,541,883    $                         0%

80799   Weed and Seed Program
5100      Salaries & Benefits                             $         20,949      $                  $                 $                           NIA $                 $                         NIA
5200      Operating Supplies                                         2,860                                                                       NIA                                             NIA
5300      Contractual Services                                       9,784                   112                                                 NIA                                             NIA
5400      Other Expenses                                                  127                                                                    NIA                                             NIA
5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                                        NIA                                             NIA
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                                   NIA                                             NIA
                                                          $        33,720       $           112    $                 $                           N/A $                 $                         NIA
80387   Environmental Services
5100      Salaries & Benefits                             $       439,362       $       150,456    $     172,208     $        42,942            25% $       172,208    $                         0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                       12,785                 9,525            4,700                 894            19%           4,700                              0%
5300      Contractual Services                                    328,371               265,250          160,950               13,309            8%         160,950                              0%
5400      Other Expenses                                            2,674                   333            1,000                       9         1%           1,000                              0%
5700      Capital Outlays                                           3,569                  4,135           4,700                                 0%           4,700                              0%
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                                   NIA                                             NIA
                                                          $       786,761       $       429,sgg    $     343,558     $        57,154            17% $       343,558    $                         0%
                                                          $       820.481       $       429,811    $     343,558     $        57,154            17% $       343,558    $                         0%

10875   Other
        Contributions To Outside Agencies                 $       117,369       $       115,930    $     141,640     $        55,104            39% $       141,640    $                         0% MATS- $80,500; NEIGH GRANTS- $40,000; MEMORIAL
                                                          $       117,369       $       115,930    $     141,640     $        55,104            39% $       141,640    $                         0% DAY COMMITTEE- $10,000; OTHER- $11,140


        Total Customer Value Added Activities             $    16,071,122 $          16,393,523 $      16,570,554 $        3,296,745            20% $    16,570,554 $                            0%
        As a Percent of Total General Fund Expenditures             73.0%                 73.7%             71.5%              73.7%                          71.4%
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - General Fund
            General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                    Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                               Original Budget       Actual Thru      %of          Revised          Change From           From
                                                             Actual 1999        Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001     Revised     Estimate 2001       2000 Original        Original                  Comments
            II. Business Value Added Activities

    10101   City Commission
    5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $         50,488   $         56,917   $      58,589     s         12,371        21% $        58,589    $                             0%
    5200       Operating Supplies                                  11,732             11,861          16,000                  318         2%          16,000                                  0%
    5300       Contractual Services                                26,636             30,541          47,059                4,930        10%          47,059                                  0%
    5400       Other Expenses                                       7,106              8,813          11,000                  540         5%          11,000                                  0%
    5700       Capital Outlays                                      1,534                 91                                              NIA                                                 NIA
    5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                                 NIA
                                                         $         97,496   $        108,223   $     132,648     $         18,159        14% $       132,648    $                             0%
    10102   City Promotions & Public Relations
    5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $                  $                  $                 $                        NIA $                 $                             NIA
    5200       Operating Supplies                                                                     10,000                              0%          10,000                                  0%
    5300       Contractual Services                                                   14,791          24,000                2,380        10%          24,000                                  0%
    5400       Other Expenses                                                                                                             NIA                                                 NIA
    5700       Capita! Outlays                                                                                                            NIA                                                 NIA
    5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                                 NIA
                                                         $                  $         14,791   $      34,000     $          2,380         7% $        34,000    s                             0%
    10172   City Manager

'   5100
    5200
    5300
               Salaries & Benefits
               Operating Supplies
               Contractual Services
                                                         $       163,409
                                                                   2,531
                                                                   2,645
                                                                            $       172,284
                                                                                      2,564
                                                                                      2,962
                                                                                               $     177,056
                                                                                                       3,500
                                                                                                       5,500
                                                                                                                 $         41,872
                                                                                                                               74
                                                                                                                              225
                                                                                                                                         24% $
                                                                                                                                          2%
                                                                                                                                          4%
                                                                                                                                                     177,056
                                                                                                                                                       3,500
                                                                                                                                                       5,500
                                                                                                                                                                $                             0%
                                                                                                                                                                                              0%
                                                                                                                                                                                              0%
    5400       Other Expenses                                      2,601              4,247            4,500                  656        15%           4,500                                  0%
    5700       Capital Outlays                                        82              1,814            3,500                              0%           3,500                                  0%
    5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                                 NIA
                                                         $       171,268    $       183,871    $     194,056     $         42,827        22% $       194,056    $                             0%
    10145   City Attorney
    5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $                  $                  $                 $                        N/A $                 $                             NIA
    5200       Operating Supplies                                    400                480              480                              0%             480                                  0%
    5300       Contractual Services                              341,368            384,201          370,194               94,761        26%         370,194                                  0%
    5400       Other Expenses                                                                                                             NIA                                                 NIA
    5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                            N/A                                                 NIA
    5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                       NIA                                                 NIA
                                                         $       341,768    $       384,681    $     370,674     $        94,761         26% $       370,674    $                             0%
                                                         $       610,532    $       691,566    $     731,378     $       158,127         22% $       731,378    $                             0%

    20173   Administration
    5100      Salaries & Benefits                        $       124,412    $       137,659    $     141,029     $        33,972         26% $       131,029    $         (10,000)           -7% MGT ASS'T POSITION VACANCY
    5200      Operating Supplies                                   4,482              2,295            3,950                  81          2%           3,950                                  0%
    5300      Contractual Services                                24,701             15,871           23,000                 339          1%          23,000                                  0%
    5400      Other Expenses                                      16,200             12,278           11,860                2,107        18%          11,860                                  0%
    5700      Capiti3I Outlays                                       298                581            1,500                 933         62%           1,500                                  0%
    5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                        NIA                                                 NIA
                                                         _$__ 170,093       $       168,684    $     181,339     $        37.432         22% _$_ _171,339       $         (1(_),_Q00l        -6%
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - General Fund
        General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                    Actual As                                        % Change
                                                                                               Original Budget       Actual Thru      %of          Revised          Change From        From
                                                         Actual 1999            Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001     Revised     Estimate 2001       2000 Original     Original                       Comments
20228   Affirmative Action
5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $         63,526       $         69,370   $      70,485     $         15,673        22% $         70,485   $                          0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                       517                 506            1,000                   80         8%            1,000                              0%
5300       Contractual Services                                  2,109                 2,334           3,300                  788        24%            3,300                              0%
5400       Other Expenses                                        3,295                 2,801           4,000                  331         8%            4,000                              0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                                               118             500                              0%             500                               0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                              NIA
                                                     $         69,447       $         75,129   $      79,285     $         16,872        21% $        79,285    $                          0%
20744   Julia Hackley Internships
5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $           1,714      $          7,482   $       4,650     $                        0% $          4,650   $                          0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                                           718                                               NIA                                              NIA
5300       Contractual Services                                                         711                                               NIA                                              NIA
5400       Other Expenses                                                                                                                 NIA                                              NIA
5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                                NIA                                              NIA
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                              NIA
                                                     $           1,714      $          8,911   $       4,650     $                        0% $         4,650    $                          0%
20215   City Clerk & Elections
5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $       190,040        $       218,883    $     209,842     $         39,962        19% $       209,842    $                          0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                 28,908                 32,549           15,000                2,437        16%          15,000                               0%
5300       Contractual Services                               34,857                 28,284           32,850                3,605        11%          32,850                               0%
5400       Other Expenses                                      6,875                  5,420            3,250                1,561        48%           3,250                               0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                     5,006                  2,551            3,350                              0%           3,350                               0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                              NIA
                                                     $       265,686        $       287,687    $     264,292     $        47,565         18% $       264,292    $                          0%
20220   Civil Service
5100       Salaries & Benefits                       $       125,385        $       130,015    $     153,025     $         18,290        12% $       153,025    $                          0%    PERSONNEL ANALYST TO FULL-TIME. ADDT'L COST
5200       Operating Supplies                                 15,052                  6,339            5,000                2,023        40%           5,000                               0%    VVILL BE OFFSET BY ELIMJNATION OF PIT ANALYST
5300       Contractual Services                               71,530                 39,839           31,000                4,055        13%          31,000                               0%    POSITION AND LOWER THAN BUDGETED SALARY
5400       Other Expenses                                      7,890                 42,287            8,000                  177         2%           8,000                               0%    FOR NEW DIRECTOR.
5700       Capital Outlays                                         220                  762              957                              0%             957                               0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                              NIA
                                                     $       220,077        $       219,242    $     197,982     $        24,545         12% $       197,982    $                          0%
                                                     $       727,017        $       759,653    $     727,548     $       126,414         18% $       717,548    $         (10,000)        ~1%

30202   Finance Administration
5100      Salaries & Benefits                        $       245,121        $       259,785    $     267,683     $        65,939         25% $       267,683    $                          0%
5200      Operating Supplles                                   8,336                  9,334           10,900               1,015          9%          10,900                               0%
5300      Contractual Services                                61,633                 64,594           69,400              37,228         42%          88,000               18,600         27% NO LONGER USING COMPENSATING BALANCES
5400      Other Expenses                                       3,280                  2,385            3,000                 413         14%           3,000                               0% TOPAYBANKFEES
5700      Capital Outlays                                      2,359                  4,586            3,500                  30          1%           3,500                               0%
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                               NIA
                                                     $       320,729        $       340,684    $     354,483     $       104,625         28% $       373,083    $          18,600          5%
30209   Assessing ser\lices
5100      Salaries & Benefits                        $       240,204        $         5,013    $       7,731     $           821         11% $         7,731    $                          0%
5200      Operating Supplies                                   3,131                                                                     NIA                                               NIA
5300      Contractual Services                               114,601                340,213          365,835                 884          0%         365,835                               0%
5400      Other Expenses                                       3,900                     80              100                  45         45%             100                               0%
5700      Capital Outlays                                          633                                                                   NIA                                               NIA
5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                               NIA
                                                     $       362_.__4__6~   $       345,306    $     373,666     $         1~             0% $       373,§66    $                          0%
        City of Muskegon
        Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - General Fund
        General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                    Actual As                                       % Change
                                                                                               Original Budget       Actual Thru      %of          Revised          Change From       From
                                                              Actual 1999        Actual 2000   Estimate 2001         March 2001     Revised     Estimate 2001       2000 Original    Original                 Comments
30205   Income Tax Administration
5100       Salaries & Benefits                            $        186,659   $       212,880   $     223,951     $         52,543        23% $       223,951    $                         0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                       24,897            18,875          24,073                7,028        29%          24,073                              0%
5300       Contractual Services                                     34,271            34,550          39,500                1,596         4%          39,500                              0%
5400       Other Expenses                                            1,003             1,288           1,500                   88         6%           1,500                              0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                           7,375             2,180           3,000                              0%           3,000                              0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                             NIA
                                                          $       254,205    $       269,773   $     292,024     $         61,255        21% $       292,024    $                         0%
30253   Ci{y Treasurer
5100       Salaries & Benefits                            $       266,436    $       251,881   $     275,462     $         52,228        19% $       275.462    $                         0%
5200       Operating Supp!les                                      28,340             38,165          28,400                6,658        23%          28,400                              0%
5300       Contractual Services                                    44,557             55,546          41,399                8,073        20%          41,399                              0%
5400       Other Expenses                                           1,096              1,264           1,211                              0%           1,211                              0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                          6,259              7,298           3,957                  201         5%           3,957                              0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                             NIA
                                                          $       346,688    $       354,154   $     350.429     $        67,160         19% $       350,429    $                         0%
30248   Information Systems Administration
5100       Salaries & Benefits                            $       131,588    $       167,381   $     176,942     $        41,151         23% $       176,942    $                         0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                       4,832              6,695           9,000                   99         1%           9,000                              0%
5300       Contractual Services                                    42,033             38,925          45,000                8,490        19%          45,000                              0%
5400       Other Expenses                                          18,650             10,689          12,000                6,720        56%          12,000                              0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                        '67,921             52,283          42,000                9,911        24%          42,000                              0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                           NIA                                             NIA
                                                          $       265,024    $       275,973   $     284,942     $        66,371         23% $       284,942    $                         0%
                                                          $     1,549,115    $     1,585,890   $   1,655,544     $       301,161         18% $     1,674,144    $          18,600         1%

60265   City Hall Maintenance
5100       Salaries & Benefits                            $        63,925    $        63,273   $      61,204     $        14,666         24% $        61,204    $                         0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                      13,874             11,926          15,370               2,757         18%          15,370                              0%
5300       Contractual Services                                   161,699            184,471         189,895              34,614         16%         210,000               20,105        11% UNANTICIPATED ELEVATOR REPAIRS
5400       other Expenses                                              67                395             500                              0%             500                              0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                          8,607              3,422           6,287                              0%           6,287                              0%
5900       Other Financing Uses                                                                                                          NIA                                              NIA
                                                          $       248,172    $       263,487   $     273,256     $        52,037         18% $       293,361    $          20,105         7%
                                                          $       248,172    $       263,487   $     273,256     $        52,037         18% $       293,361    $          20,105         7%

80400   Planning, Zoning and Economic Development
5100       Salaries & Benefits                            $       370,871    $       395,554   $     415,475     $        87,676        21% $        415,475    $                         0%
5200       Operating Supplies                                      31,621             16,283          14,050               3,435        24%           14,050                              0%
5300       Contractual Services                                   102,933             78,924          79,400              19,581        25%           79,400                              0%
5400       Other Expenses                                          10,591              7,746           8,500               1,454        17%            8,500                              0%
5700       Capital Outlays                                          2,146              3,018           4,000               1,136        28%            4,000                              0%
5900       other Financing Uses                                                                                                          NIA                                             NIA
                                                          $       518,162    $       501,525   $     521,425     $       113,282        22% $        521,425    $                         0%
                                                          $       518,162    $       501,525   $     521,425     $       113,282        22% $        521,425    $                         0%

        Total Business Value Added Activities             $     3,652,998 $        3,802,121 $     3,909,151 $           751,021        19% $      3,937,856 $             28,705         1%
        As a Percent of Total General Fund Expenditures             16.6%              17.1%           16.9%               16.8%                       17.0%
          City of Muskegon
          Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - General Fund
          General Fund Expenditure Summary By Function

                                                                                                                                       Actual As                                        % Change
                                                                                                  Original Budget       Actual Thru      %of          Revised          Change From        From
                                                                Actual 1999        Actual 2000    Estimate 2001         March 2001      Revised    Estimate 2001       2000 Original     Original   Comments

          JI. Fixed Budget Items

30999 ,   Transfers To Other Funds
             Major Street Fund                              $                  $                  $                 $                        NIA $                 $                          NIA
             Local Street Fund                                      620,000            620,000          820,000             205,000         25%         820,000                               0%
             Budget Stabilization Fund                                                                  100,000              25,000         25%         100,000                               0%
             L.C. Walker Arena Fund                                 325,000            346,000          301,000              75,250         25%         301,000                               0%
             Public Improvement Fund                                150,000            220,000          150,000              37,500         25%         150,000                               0%
             MOD State Rehab Loan Fund                                                  22,810                               22,809          NIA                                              NIA
            TIFA Debi Service Fund                                    12,000                                                                 NIA                                              NIA
             State Grants                                              1,742                                                                 NIA                                              NIA
             Tree Replacement                                                             2,723                                              NIA                                              NIA
                                                            $      1,108,742   $      1,211,533   $    1,371,000    $       365,559         27% $      1,371,000   $                          0%

30851     General Insurance                                 $       222,763 $          249,757 $         270,000 $                           0% $       270,000 $                             0%
30906     Debt Retirement                                           340,604            407,835           365,098              59,189        16%         365,098                               0%
10891     Contingency and Bad Debt Expense                          212,696            142,954           450,000                             0%         450,000                               0%
90000     Major Capital Improvements                                402,954             24,934           245,000              1,586          1%         245,000                               0%
          Total Fixed-Budget Items                          $     2,287,759 $        2,037,013 $       2,701,098 $          426,334         16% $     2,701,098 $                             0%
          As a Percent of Total General Fund Expenditures             10.4%               9.2%             11.7%               9.5%                       11.6%


           Total General Fund                               $    22,011,879    $    22,232,657    $   23,180,803    $     4,474,100         19% $    23,209,508    $          28,705          0%




          Recap: Total General Fund By Expenditure Object
5100        Salaries & Benefits                             $    12,873,899    $    12,678,843 $      13,265,442    $     2,822,870         21% $    13,255,442    $         (10,000)         0%
5200        Operating Supplies                                      644,655            719,038           637,269            106,467         17%         632,269               (5,000)        -1%
5300        Contractual Services                                  6,002,539          6,559,992         6,817,381          1,012,974         15%       6,856,086               38,705          1%
5400        Other Expenses                                          170,318            185,789           154,821             34,731         22%         154,821                               0%
5700        Capital Outlays                                         871,122            469,627           569,792             72,310         13%         574,792                5,000          1%
5900        All Other Financing Uses                              1,449,346          1,619,368'        1,736,098            424,748         24%       1,736,098                               0%
           Total General Fund                               $    22,011,879    $    22,232,657 $      23,180,803    $     4,474,100         19% $    23,209,508    $          28,705          0%
                City of Muskegon
                Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget. Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                Actual As                                            % Change
                                                                                          Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate        Change From        From
                                                    Actual 1999        Actual 2000        Estimate 2001            2001          Revised          2001              2000 Original     Original                          Comments

        202     Major Streets and State Trunklines Fund
                Available Fund Balance. BOY     $    4,386,989     $      3,585,170   $        1,808,171    s      2,989,718                $     2,989,718     $       1,181,547

                Revenues
                 Special assessments            $        208,386   $        221,610   $          100,000    $                               $       100,000     s                           0%
                 Federal grants                           29,033          3,154,271
                 State grants                             92,678                               1,150,000                                          1,150,000                                0%
                 State shared revenue                  2,346,730          2,590,185            2,209,194             175,582                      2,209,194                                0%
                 Interest income                         237,805            214,103               60,000              27,668                         60,000                                0%
                 Operatfng transfers in                  170,720                                 155,000                                            155,000                                0% CDBG $65M: EDA S70M
i:',;            Other
                                                s
                                                         183,977
                                                       3,269,329   $
                                                                            514,262
                                                                          6,694.431   $
                                                                                                  75,000
                                                                                               3,749,194    s
                                                                                                                       3,287
                                                                                                                     206,537                $
                                                                                                                                                     75,000
                                                                                                                                                  3,749,194     s
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
        60900   Operating Expenditures
        5100      Salaries & Benefits           $        608,646   $        649,222   $          737,485    $       200,593       27%       $       737,485     s                          0%
        5200      Operating Supplies                     151,749            105,439              166,200             60,628       36%               166,200                                0%
        5300      Contractual Services                   688,313            915,522              723,401            200,754       28%               723,401                                0%
        5400      Other Expenses                           5,239              5,545                4,000                 225      6%                  4,000                                0%
        5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                 NIA
        5900      Other Financing Uses                   664,840            905,964              810,523                          0%                810,523                                0% DEBT SERVICE: $200M TRANSFER TO LOCAL
                                                       2,118,787   s      2,581,692   s        2,441,609    $       462,200       19%       s     2.441,609     $                          0%

        90000   Project Expenditures
        5200      Operating Supplies            $                  $                  s                     $                     NIA       s                   $
        5300      Contractual Services                 1,731,347          4,708,191            2,960,000              85,478      3%              2,866,000               (94,000)         -3% SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
        5700      Capital Outlays                        221,014                                                                  NIA
                                                       1,952,361   s      4,?D8,191   $        2,960,000    $         85,478       3%       $     2,866,000     $         (94,000)         -3%
                                                       4,071,148   s      7,289,883   $        5.401,609    $        547,678      10%       $     5,307,609

                Available Fund Balance• EOY     $      3,585,170   s      2,989,718   $          155,756    $      2,648,577                $     1,43'1_,303   $      1;2"75}i4i
              City of Muskegon
              Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget. Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                              Actual As                                          % Change
                                                                                       Original Budget    Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From       From
                                                 Actual 1999        Actual 2000        Estimate 2001             2001          Revised         2001              20000riginal     Original                          Comments

      203     Local Streets Fund
              Available Fund Balance. BOY    $        107,336   $            176   $           {81,376)   $        122,966                $       122,966-   $-~4i
              Revenues
               Special assessments           $         70,128   $         76,570   $            75,000    s                               $        75,000    $                          0%
               Federal grants                                             31,073                                   31,073


...
~
               State grants
               State shared revenue
               Interest income
               Operating transfers in
                                                      621,506
                                                       10,329
                                                      680,000
                                                                          48,467
                                                                         639,505
                                                                          11,210
                                                                         870,000
                                                                                              648,300
                                                                                               10,000
                                                                                                                   48,467
                                                                                                                   49,963
                                                                                                                       49
                                                                                                                                                  648,300
                                                                                                                                                   10,000
                                                                                                                                                                                        0%
                                                                                                                                                                                       0%
                                                                                            1,090,000             205,000                       1,090,000                              0% GENERAL FUND TRANSFER $S2DM: EDA S70M; MAJOR S200M
               Other                                      828             20.082               20,000                   12                         20,000                              0%
                                             $      1,382,791   $      1,696,907   s        1,843,300     $       334,564                 s     1,843,300    $                         0%
      60900   Operating Expenditures
      5100      Salaries & Benefits          $        484,756   $        437,738   $          402,118     $         91,506        23%     s      402,118     $                         0%
      5200      Operating Supplies                     73,457            107,551               84,000               13,919        17%             84,000                               0%
      5300      Contractual Services                  484,784            589,182              554,501               97,631        18%            554,501                               0%
      5400      Other Expenses                          1,234              2,236                1,000                             0%               1,000                               0%
      5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                   NIA
      5900      Other Financing Uses                                      63,143                                                  NIA
                                             $      1,044,231   s      1,199,850   $        1,041,619     s       203,056         19%     $     1,041,619    $                         0%
      90000   Project Expenditures
      5200      Operating Supplies           $                  s                  $                      $                       NIA     $                  $
      5300      gc,intractus_l Services               445,720            374,267              700,000              24,404         4%              652,000             [48,000)         -7% SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENT!," FOR DETAIL
                                             s        445,720   s        374,267   $          700,000     $        24,404         4%      $       652,000    $        (48,000)         •7%
                                             $      1,489,951   s      i.574,117   $        1.741,619     $       227,460         13%     $     1,693,619

              Available Fund Balance - EOY   s            176   s        122,966   $ _         2Q.305     $       230,070     _           $      272,647     s        252~342
              City of Muskegon
              Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget. Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                            Actual As                                          % Change
                                                                                      Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From       From
                                                 Actual 1999        Actual2000        Estimate 2001            2001          Revised          2001             2000 Original    Original   Comments

      230     Enterprise Community Fund
              Available Fund Balance. BOY    $                  $

              Revenues
                                                                                  $
                                                                                                        '                               $                  $


               Special assessments           $                  $                 s                     s
               Federal grants                         336,525               633              180,000                                            180,000                               0%
               State shared revenue
               Charges for services                    77,310
               Interest income

'"i            Operating transfers in
               Other
                                             $        413,835   s           633   $          180,000    $                               s       180,000    $                          6%
      60900   Operating Expenditures
      5100      Salaries & Benefits          $
      5200
      5300
                Operating Supplies
                Contractual Services                  413,835
                                                                '           633
                                                                                  $

                                                                                             180,000
                                                                                                        $                     NIA
                                                                                                                              NIA
                                                                                                                              0%
                                                                                                                                        '       180,000
                                                                                                                                                           '                         0%
      5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                NIA
      5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                               NIA
      5900      Other Financin Uses                                                                                           NIA
                                             $        413,835   $

      90000   Project Expenditures
                                                                            633
                                                                                  '          180,000    $                     0%        $       180,000    $                         0%


      5200      Operating Supplies           $                  $
      5300      Contractual Services
                                             $
                                                                                  '                     $                     NIA
                                                                                                                              NIA       '                  $




                                                                                  's'
                                                                $                                       $                     NIA
                                             s        413,835   $           633              180,000    $                     0%        $       180,000

              Available Fund Balance - EDY   $                  $                                       $                               $                  $
                 City of Muskegon
                 Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                  Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                            Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate        Change From       From
                                                    Actual 1999          Actual 2000        Estimate 2001            2001          Revised         2001               2000 Original    Original                          Comments
         254     LC. Walker Arena Fund
                 Available Fund Balance - BOY   $                               3,426

                 Revenues
                                                             294
                                                                     '                   '            3,564
                                                                                                              '          3,861
                                                                                                                                              '           3,861
                                                                                                                                                                  '             297


                  Special assessments           $                    $
                                                                                       . '
                  State grants
                  State shared revenue
                                                                                                              '                               $


                  Charges for services                   518,703              505,229              560,000             246,280                       560,000                                 0%
                  Interest income                                                  24                                      288

'
,.;--.
                  Operating transfers in
                  other
                                                         325,000
                                                           2,212
                                                                              346,000
                                                                                3,848
                                                                                                   301.000              75,250
                                                                                                                           804
                                                                                                                                                     301,000                                 0% GE;:NERAL FUND OPERATING SUBSIDY



         70805   Operating Expenditures
                                                '        845,915
                                                                     '        855,101
                                                                                         '         861,000
                                                                                                              '        322,622
                                                                                                                                              '      861,000
                                                                                                                                                                  '                          0%


         5100      Salaries & Benefits
         5200
         5300
                   Operating Supplies
                   Contractual Services
                                                '         11,112

                                                         831,671
                                                                     $         11,120

                                                                              842,086
                                                                                         '          11,416

                                                                                                   850,000
                                                                                                              '          3,025

                                                                                                                      236,632
                                                                                                                                    26%
                                                                                                                                    NIA
                                                                                                                                    28%
                                                                                                                                              '        11,416

                                                                                                                                                     850,000
                                                                                                                                                                  '                          0%

                                                                                                                                                                                             0%
         5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                   NIA
         5700      Capital Outlays                                              1,460                                      242      NIA
         5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                             NIA
                                                $        842,783     $        854,666              861.416
                                                                                                              '       239,899
                                                                                        $                                           28%

         90000   Project Expenditures
                                                                                                                                              $      881.416
                                                                                                                                                                  '                         0%


         5200       Operating Supplies          $                    $
                                                                                                              '
                                                                                        $                                           NIA       $
         5300       Con_!@.ctual Services                                                                                           NIA
                                                $                    $                  $                                           NIA
                                                                                                                                              ''
                                                                                                              $                                                   $
                                                         942,783

                 Available Fund Balance - EOY
                                                '                    $        854,666   $          961.416
                                                                                                              '       239,899       29%              861.416                                0%


                                                '          3_,:!26   $          3~--                 3,146
                                                                                                              '         86~_
                                                                                                                                              '           3,445   $            297
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                           Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                     Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From        From
                                               Actual 1999        Actual2000         Estimate 2001            2001          Revised          2001             2000 Original     Original                            Comments
    403     Sidewalk Improvement Fund
            Available Fund Balance - BOY   $        982,400   s        63,295    $          701,009    $        613,738                $       613,738    $         (87,271}

            Revenues
             Speda! assessments            $        200,592   $       459,927    $          450,000    $                               $       450,000    $                           0%
             Federal grants
             Stats shared revenue
             Charges for services
             Interest income                         67,211             39,198               15,000               4,758                         15,000                                0%
             Operating transfers in                                     97,219              100,000                                            100,000                                0%
             Other                                                     826,068

'                                          $        267,803   s      1.422,412   $          565,000    $          4,758                $      565,000     $                           0%

"   30906
    5100
    5200
            Operating Expenditures
              Salaries & Benefits
              Operating Supplies
                                           s                  $                  $                     $                     NIA
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                                       $                  $

    5300      Contractual Services                                                                                           NIA
    5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                 NIA
    5700      Capital OuUays                                                                                                 NIA
    5900      Q!her Financin!,J Uses                734,847           143,014               412,413             128,595      31%              412.413                                0%    OEST SERVICE
                                           $        734,847   $       143,014    s          412,413    $        128,595      31%       $      412,413     $                          0%
    90000   Project Expenditures
    5200       Oper.;iling Supplies        $                  $                  s                     s                     NIA       $                  $
    5300       Contractual Services                 452,061           568,030               850,000               8,215      1%               850,000                                0%    SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
    5400       Other Expenses                                           6,520                                                NIA
    5900      _9_!h~r Financing Uses                                  154,405                                                NIA
                                           $        452,061   $       728,955    $          850,000    $         6,215        1%       $       850,000    $                          0%
                                           $      1,186,908   $       871,989    $        1,262,413    $       134,810       11%       $     1,262.413

            Available Fund Balance - EOY   $         63,295           613,738                                                          s
                                                              '                  $            3~ $             483,686                         (83,675) $        (~7.2711
            Clty of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget• Non-Geni::ral Funds
                                                                                                                           Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                     Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From        From
                                               Actual 1999        ActualZOOO         Estimate 2001            2001         Revised          2001              2000 Original     Original                          Comments
    404     Public lmprovem-ent Fund
            Available Fund Balance - BOY

            Revenues
                                           '        679,356   5      1,354,812   $          206,812    $        421,441                5      421,441     $        214,629


             Special assessments
                                                              '                  $                     $
                                           $                                                                                           5
             Federal grants                                                                 570,600                                           570,600                                 0% EDA GRANT FOR SEAWAY INDUSTRIAL PARK
             Contributions                                                                    5,000                                             5,000                                 0%
             Sales of Property                      247,361           148,053               100,000               7,125                       100,000                                 0%
             Interest income                         43,424            51,375                25,000               3,895                        25,000                                 0%
             Operating transfers in                 150,000           220,000               150,000              37,500                       150,000                                 0%
             Other                                1,312,964            35,643


'
~   30936   Operating Expenditures
                                           '      1,753.749
                                                              '       455,071    5          850,600
                                                                                                       '         48,520
                                                                                                                                       '      850,600     $                           0%


    5100      Salaries & Benefits          $                  5                  $                     $                     NIA
    5200
    5300
              Operating Supplies
              Contractual Services
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                                       '
    5400      Other Expenses                                                                                                 NIA
    5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                NIA
    5900      Other Financing Uses                  876,900           105,000               240,000                          0%               240,000                                 0% TRANSFERS TO STREETS, WATER, SEWER FOR SEAWAY IP


    90000   Project Expenditures
                                                    876.900
                                                              '       105,000    $          240,000    $                     0%        5      240,000     $                           0%


    5200       Operating Supplies
    5300
    5400
               Contractual Services
               Other Expenses
                                           $
                                                     15,779
                                                     31,301
                                                              '       696,960
                                                                                 $
                                                                                                       '          3,140
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                             NIA
                                                                                                                                       $


    5700      C;;ieital Outlais                     154,313            586,482              475,600            333,074       70%              474,168                (1.432)          0% SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" fQR DETAIL
                                           s        201.393   $      1,283,442   $          475,600    $       336,214       71%       $      474,168     $          11.432l          0%


            Available Fund Balance. EOY
                                           $

                                           $
                                                  1,078,293

                                                  1,354,812
                                                              '
                                                              $
                                                                     1,388,442

                                                                      421,441
                                                                                 $

                                                                                 $
                                                                                            715,600

                                                                                            341,812
                                                                                                       $

                                                                                                       $
                                                                                                               336,214

                                                                                                                133,747
                                                                                                                             47%       $

                                                                                                                                       $
                                                                                                                                              714,168

                                                                                                                                              557,873     $        218~061
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                       Actual As                                          % Change
                                                                                 Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From       From
                                               Actual 1999        Actual 2000    Estimate 2001            2001          Revised          2001             2000 Original    Original                         Comments
    482     State Grants Fund
            Available Fund Balance - BOY   $

            Revenues
                                                              '                  $                 $                               $                  $


             Special assessments           $                  $                  $                 $                               $                  $
             State grants                           255,069            275,965        2,335,000                                          2,335,000                               0%
             Federal grants                                             73,386
             Sales of Property
             Interest income
             Operating transfers in                   1,743            601,173          200,000                                            200,000                               0% LOCAL MATCH FROM GOLF COURSE FUND (TRAIL PROJECTS)
             Other
'
~                                          $        256,812   $        950,524
                                                                                 '    2,535,000    s
                                                                                                                                   '     2,535,000    $                          0%

    30936   Operating Expenditures
    5100      Salaries & Benefits
    5200
    5300
              Operating Supplies
              Contractual Services
                                           '                  '                  '                 '                     NIA
                                                                                                                         NIA
                                                                                                                         NIA
                                                                                                                                   '                  '
    5400      Other Expenses                                                                                             NIA
    5700      Capital Outiays                                                                                            NIA
    5900      Other Financin Uses                                                                                        NIA
                                                                                                                                                      s
    90000   Project Expenditures
                                           '                  $                  $
                                                                                                   '                     NIA
                                                                                                                                   '
    5200      Operating Supplies
    5300
    5700
              Contractual Services
              Caeital Outla)'.s
                                           '        256,812
                                                              $
                                                                       950,524   '    2,535,000
                                                                                                   '        372,317
                                                                                                             77,061
                                                                                                                         NIA
                                                                                                                         NIA
                                                                                                                          3%
                                                                                                                                   '     2,535,000
                                                                                                                                                      '                         0% SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAI~_
                                                    256,812
                                           '
                                           $        256,812   '
                                                              $
                                                                       950,524
                                                                       950,524   '
                                                                                 $
                                                                                      2,535,000
                                                                                      2,535,000    '
                                                                                                   $
                                                                                                            449,378
                                                                                                            449,378
                                                                                                                         18%
                                                                                                                         18%       '
                                                                                                                                   $
                                                                                                                                         2,535,000
                                                                                                                                         2,535,000    '                          0%


            Available Fund Balance - EOY
                                           '                  $                  $                 $       (449,378)
              City of Muskegon
              Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                          Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From        From
                                                    Actual 1999        Actual2000         Estimate 2001            2001          Revised          2001             2000 Original     Original   Comments
      594     Marina & Launch Ramp Fund
              Available Cash Balance - BOY                37,205   s
              Revenues
                                                '                            62,225
                                                                                      '           26,725
                                                                                                            '          2,292
                                                                                                                                            '         2,292
                                                                                                                                                               '         (24.433)


               Special assessments              s                  s                  $                     $                               $                  $
               State grants
               State shared revenue
               Charges for services                      258,159           273,456               270,000              99,793                       270,000                                 0%
               Interest income                             3,915             5,1S4                 5,000                 309                         5,000                                 0%
               Operating transfers in
               Other                                      13,229            10,797
                                                $        275,303                      s                                                     s
\\.
<:,   70756   Operating Expenditures
                                                                   '       289,437               275,000    $        100,102                       275,000     $                           0%


      5100       Salaries & Benefits
      5200
      5300
                 Operating Supplies
                 Contractual Services
                                                '         95,973
                                                          12,073
                                                          93,287
                                                                   $        74,283 $
                                                                            17,771
                                                                           143,006
                                                                                                  91,579
                                                                                                  10,300
                                                                                                  92,379
                                                                                                            $         10,033

                                                                                                                      14,171
                                                                                                                                  11%
                                                                                                                                  0%
                                                                                                                                  15%
                                                                                                                                            $        91,579
                                                                                                                                                     10,300
                                                                                                                                                     92,379
                                                                                                                                                               $                           0%
                                                                                                                                                                                          0%
                                                                                                                                                                                          0%
      5400       Other Expenses                              44S             2,307                 1,000                  60      6%                  1,000                               0%
      5700       Capital Outlays                           1,223             1,350                 4,000                          0%                  4,000                               0%
      5900       Other Financing Uses                     74,54S              (841)                                               NIA
                 Other Cash Uses (e.g .. Debt
              Princi al                                   (30,900)                                                                NIA
                                                s        246,646 $         237,876    $          199,258    $         24,264      12%              199,258     s
      90000   Project Expenditures
                                                                                                                                            '                                             0%


      5200       Operating Supplies             $                  $                  $                                                     s                  s
      5300
      5700
                 Contractual Services
                 Capital OuUays
                                                           3,637           111,494                          '         57,641
                                                                                                                                  NIA
                                                                                                                                  NIA
                                                                                                                                  NIA
                                                           3,637                      s                                                     s                  s
                                                         250,283   '
                                                                   s
                                                                           111,494
                                                                           349,370                          's        57.641      NIA
                                                                                                                                            s
              Available Cash Balance - EOY      $         62.225   s         2,292
                                                                                      '
                                                                                      §
                                                                                                 199,258              81.905      41%

                                                                                                                                            s
                                                                                                                                                   199,258

                                                                                                                                                               s
                                                                                                 102.467
                                                                                                            '        20,489                         78,034               (24.433)
                 City of Muskegon
                 Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                   Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                             Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of        Revised Estimate       Change From       From
                                                       Actual 1999        Actual 2000        Estimate 2001            2001         Revised            2001             2000 Original    Original                          Comments
         584     Municipal Golf Course Fund
                 Available Cash Balance - BOY                                                                                                                      s
                 Revenues
                                                   '      1,531,324
                                                                      '      1,564,213   $        1,108,216    $      1,151,296                  $    1,151,296               43,080


                  Special assessments              s                  s                  $                     $                                $                  $
                  State grants
                  State shared revenue
                  Charges for services
                  Interest income                            81,345             86,159               40,000              11,357                          40,000                                0%
                  Operating transfers in
                  Other
                                                   $         81,345   $         86,159   s           40-,ooo   s         11,35i                 $        40,000    $                           0%
N
......   70542   Operating Expenditures
         5100       Salaries & Benefits            $                  $                  $                     $                     NfA        $                  $
         5200       Operating Supplies                                                                                               NIA
         5300       Contractual Services                      9,208              2,903                                               NIA
         5400       Other Expenses                                                                                                   NIA
         5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                  NIA
         5900       Other Financing Uses                                       496,173              200,000                          0%                200,000                                 0% LOCAL MATCH FOR TRAIL PROJECT GRANTS
                    Other Cash Uses {e.g .. Debt
                 Principal)                                  39,248                                                                  WA
                                                   $         48,456   $        499,076   $          200,000    $                     0%         $      200,000     $                           0%
         90000   Project Expenditures
         5200      Operating Supplies              $                  $                  $                     $                     NIA        $                  s
         5300      Contractual Services                                                                                              NIA
         5700      Capital Outlays                                                                                                   NIA
                                                   s                  s                  $                     $                     NIA       - $
                                                                                                                                                                   ~
                                                   $         4B.456   $        499,076   $          200,000    $                     0%         $      200,000

                 Available Cash Balance - EOY      s      1,564,21~   s      1,151~_$_ _ _ 948,216             $      1,182,653                 $      991,296     $       --43,080
              City of Muskegon
              Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget. Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                  Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                            Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From        From
                                                    Actual 1999          Actual 2000        Estimate 2001            2001          Revised          2001             2000 Original     Original                          Comments
      661     Equipment Fund
              Available Cash Balance• BOY       $        620,607     $        499,092   $          420,818    $        380,984                $

              Revenues
                                                                                                                                                      380,984
                                                                                                                                                                 '         (39,834}


               Special assessments              $                    $                  $                     $
               State grants
               State shared revenue
                                                                                                                                              '                  $


               Charges for services                    1,670,497            1,950,310            1,900,000             474,393                      1,900,000                                0%
               Interest income                            30,203               27,193               40,000               4,339                         40,000                                0%
               Operating transfers in
               Other                                     159,597              193,377              100.000              20 798                        100,000                                0%
\\J                                             $      1,860,297     $      2,170,860   s        2,040.000    $        499,530                $     2,040,000    $                           0%
\"    50932   Operating Expenditures
      5100       Salaries & Benefits            $        388,008     $        364,899   $          361,498    $         99,799      28%       $      361,498
      5200
      5300
                 Operating Supplies
                 Contractual Services
                                                         469,989
                                                         363,568
                                                                              606,768
                                                                              393,192
                                                                                                   437,599
                                                                                                   431,060
                                                                                                                       114,134
                                                                                                                        72,141
                                                                                                                                    26%
                                                                                                                                    17%
                                                                                                                                                     437,599
                                                                                                                                                     431,060
                                                                                                                                                                 '                           0%
                                                                                                                                                                                             0%
                                                                                                                                                                                             0%
      5400       Other Expenses                            3,537                3,357                3,000                           0%                3,000                                 0%
      5700       Capital OuUays                          679,073              872,983              746,000                 360      0%               746,000                                 0% SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
      5900       Otller Financing Uses                                                                                              NIA
                 Other Cash Uses (e.g .. Debt
              Princi al                                   77,637               47,789                                               N/A
                                                       1,981,812

      90000   Project Expenditures
                                                '                    '      2,288,988
                                                                                        '        1,979,157    $        286,434      14%       $     1,979,157
                                                                                                                                                                 '                           0%

      5200       Operating Supplies
      5300
      5700
                Contractual Services
                 Capital Outlays
                                                '                    $                  $                     $                     N/A
                                                                                                                                    N/A
                                                                                                                                    N/A
                                                                                                                                              $


                                                $                    $                  $                     $                     N/A       $                  $
                                                       1,981,812

              Available Cash Balance - EOY
                                                '
                                                $        499_,_0~2
                                                                     $

                                                                     !
                                                                            2,288,988

                                                                              380,984
                                                                                        '
                                                                                        $
                                                                                                 1,979,157

                                                                                                   481,661
                                                                                                              $

                                                                                                              $
                                                                                                                      286,434

                                                                                                                       594~
                                                                                                                                    14%       $     1.979,157

                                                                                                                                                                           (39,834)
                                                                                                                                              '      441~__§
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                               Actual As                                          % Change
                                                                                         Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From       From
                                                  Actual 1999         Actual 2000        Estimate 2001            2001          Revised         2001              2000 Original    Original                         Comments
    642     Public Service Building Fund
            Available Cash Balance - BOY      $        114,901   $          34,173   $          (287,200) $        (200,038)               $      (200,038) $            87,162

            Revenues
             Special assessments              $                  s                   $                     $                               $                  s
             State grants
             State shared revenue
             Charges for services                      379,095             460,000              460,000             139,265                       460,000                                0%
             Interest income                             3,995                                    1,000                                             1,000                               0%
             Operatlng transfers in
             Other                                          30                 427
                                              $        383,120   $         460,427   $          461,000    $        139,265                $      461,000     $                         O'!!,
N
w   60442
    5100
            Operating Expenditures
                Salaries & Benefits           $        152,957   $         174,399   $          168,307    $         40,225      24%       $      168,307     s                         0%
    5200        Operating Supplies                      21,236              19,767               26,950               4,334      18%               26,950                               0%
    5300        Contractual Services                   1g1,1a?             215,070              201,418              44,228      22%              201,416                               0%
    5400        Other Expenses                          12,210              10,956               10,000               4,723      47%               10,000                               0%
    5700        Capital Outla)ls                        19,747              18,961              150,430              15,179      10%              150,430                               0% SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAlL
    5900        Other Financing Uses                                                                                             NIA
            Other Cash Uses and Adjustments
            (e.jl .. Debt Princieal)                    66,531             (21,076)                                              NIA
                                                       463,848   $         418,077 $            557,103    $        108,68g      20%       $      557,103     $                         0%

    90000   Project Expenditures
    5200       Operating Supplies             $                  s                   $                     $                     NIA       $                  s
    5300       Contractual Services                                        276,561                                               NIA
    5700       Capital Outlays                                                                                                   NIA
                                              $                  s         276,561   $                     $                     NIA       $                  s
                                              $        463,848   s         694,638   s          557,103    $        108,689      20%       $      557,103

            Available Cash Balance - EOY      $         34,173   _§       (200,038} $          (383,303} $         (169,462)               $      (296,141) $           87562
                 City of Muskegon
                 Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget. Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                    Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                              Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From        From
                                                       Actual 1999        Actual 2000         Estimate 2001            2001          Revised         2001              2000 Original     Ori~inar   Comments
         643     EngineerillQ-Services Fund
                 Available Cash Balance. BOY       $         83,696   $         86,178    $          176,286    $        117,697                s       117,697    $         (58,589)

                 Revenues
                  Special assessments              $                  $                   s                     $                               s
                  State grants
                  State shared revenue
                  Charges for services                      472,211            478,738               620,000             107,637                       620,000                                 0%
                  Interest income                             4,364              5,749                25,000               1,088                        25,000                                 0%
                  Operating transfers in
                  Other _                                    29,171             24,762
                                                   s        505,746   s        509,249    $          645,000    $        108,725                $      645,000
                                                                                                                                                                   '                           0%


""
......   60447
         5100
         5200
                 Operating Expenditures
                      Salaries & Benefits
                      Operating Supplies
                                                   $        372,095
                                                             15,050
                                                                      $        348,155
                                                                                15,188
                                                                                          $          459,501
                                                                                                      19,005
                                                                                                                $         74,963
                                                                                                                           5,403
                                                                                                                                      16%
                                                                                                                                      28%       '      459,501
                                                                                                                                                        19,005
                                                                                                                                                                   $                           0%
                                                                                                                                                                                               0%
         5300         Contractual Services                   75,567            107,040               130,602              27,104      21%              130,602                                 0%
         5400         Other Expenses                          3,109              3,964                 4,200                 645      15%                4,200                                 0%
         5700         Capital Outlays                        10,585             22,025                24,000               9,438      39%               24,000                                 0%
         5900         Other Financing Uses                                                                                            NIA
                 Other Cash Uses and Adjustments
                 (e.f;! .. Debt Princieal)                   21,412            (19,413)                                               NIA
                                                            497,838   s        476,959    s          637,308    $        117,553      18%       s      637,308     $                           0%

         90000   Project Expenditures
         5200      Operating Supplies              $
         5300
         5700
                   Contractual Services
                   Capital Outla):'s
                                                              5,426
                                                                      $
                                                                                   771    '                     $

                                                                                                                             "'
                                                                                                                                      NIA
                                                                                                                                      NIA
                                                                                                                                      NIA
                                                                                                                                                '                  $


                                                              5,426   $            771    $                     $            376      NIA       $                  s
                                                            503,264            477,730               637,308
                                                                                          '
                                                                      $                                         $        117,931      19%              637,308

                 Available Cash Balance - EOY      $         86~               117,697    $          183~               108~
                                                                                                                                                '
                                                                                                                                                $      125,389     S-(58,589t
                 City of Muskegon
                 Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget• Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                   Actual As                                          % Change
                                                                                             Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From       From
                                                       Actual 1999        Actual2000         Estimate 2001            2001          Revised         2001              20000riginal     Original                       Comments
        677      General Insurance Fund
                 Available Cash Balance - BOY      $        963,422   $      1,193,782   $        1,139,024    $        935,251                $       935,251    $       {203,773)

                 Revenues
                  Special assessments              s                  $                  $                     $                               $
                  State grants
                  State shared revenue
                  Charges for services                    2,081,027          1,978,797            2,170,000             506,466                      2,170,000                              0%
                  Interest income                            39,317             55,393               40,000               8,389                         40,000                              0%
                  Operating transfers in                  1,110,799            784,995            1,100,000                                          1,100,000                              0%
                  Other                                       4,801            117,275               75,000                                             75,000                              0%
                                                   $      3,235,944   $      2,936,460   $        3,385,000    $        514,855                $     3,385,000    $                         0%


""
\,._   30851
       5100
       5200
                 Operating Expenditures
                      Salaries & Benefits
                     Operating Supplies
                                                   $        400,953
                                                                510
                                                                      $          5,712
                                                                                   475
                                                                                                     52,354
                                                                                                      1,000
                                                                                                               $         4,952
                                                                                                                           238
                                                                                                                                      S%
                                                                                                                                     24%
                                                                                                                                                        52,354
                                                                                                                                                         1,000
                                                                                                                                                                  $                         0% NEW POSITION WC/RISK MANAGER
                                                                                                                                                                                            0%
       5300           Contractual Services                2,684,902          3,072,981            3,365,165            852,025       25%             3,365,165                              0%
       5400           Other Expenses                             50                461                1,500                178       12%                 1,500                              0%
       5700           Capital OuUays                                                                  1,000                           0%                 1,000                              0%
       5900          Other Financing Uses                                                                                            NIA
                 Other Cash Uses and Adjustments
                 (e.lJ .. Debt Princieall                   (80,831)           115,362                                               WA
                                                   $      3,005,584 $        3,194,991   $        3,421,019    $       857,393       25%       $     3,421,019    .-                        0%
       90000     Project Expenditures
       5200         Operating Supplies             s                  $                  $                     $                     NIA       $
       5300         Contractual Services                                                                                             NIA
       §_i'9Q_      Capital Outlays                                                                                                  NIA
                                                                      $                  $                     $                     NIA       $                  $
                                                          3,005,584   $      3,194,991   $        3,421,019    $       857,393       25%       $    3,421,019

                 Available Cash Balance• EOY       $      1,193,762   $       9~5,251    $        1,103,005    $       592,713                 $      899~232
            City of Muskegon
            Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed.Budget• Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                 Actual As                                           % Change
                                                                                           Original Budget   Actual Thru March     %of        Revised Estimate       Change From       From
                                                    Actual 1999        Actual2000          Estimate 2001            2001          Revised           2001             2000 Original    Original                          Comments
    591     Water Fund
            Available Cash Balance - BOY        $        839,769   $      6,094,347    $        5,325,121    $      5,982,941                 $     5,982,941    $        657,820

            Revenues
             Special assessments                $                  $                   $                     $                                $                  $
             State grants
             State shared revenue
             Charges for services - City               3,139,639          3,531,540             3,200,000                                           3,200,000                              0%
             Charges for services - Township                                                      420,000                                             420,000                              0%
             Hydrant Rental-Township
             Interest income                             248,487           320,696                140,000              79,077                        140,000                               0%
             Operating transfers in                       77.155                                   54,000                                             54,000                               0% EDA$54M
             Other                                     9,537,128             84,101                                    50,727
                                                      13,002.409   $      3,936,337   $         3,814,000    $        129,804                $      3,814,000    $                         0%
    30548   Operating Expenditures Administration
    5100         Salaries & Benefits           $                   $                  $                      $                     NIA       $                   $
    5200         Operating Supplies                                                                                                NIA
    5300         Contractual Services                    375,765           359,581                478,667              99,141      21%               478,667                               0% INSURANCE/INDIRECT COSTS/UTILITY AOMININISTRATION FEE
    5400         Other Expenses                                              7,431                                                 NIA
    5700         Capital Outlays                              45                45                                                 NIA
    5900         Other Financing Uses                    409,391           495,727                449,405               5,349      1%                449,405                               0% INTEREST
            Other Cash Uses and Adjustments
            (e,:J .. Debt Princieal)                   3,722,862            302,213               370,000                          0%                 370,000                              0% PRINCIPAL
                                              $        4,508,053          1,154,997

    60559   Operating Expenditures Maintenance - City
                                                                   '                  $         1,298,072
                                                                                                             '       104,490       8%        $      1,296,072
                                                                                                                                                                 '                         0%


    5100      Salaries & Benefits                                  s
N   5200
    5300
              Operating Supplies
              Contractual Services
                                                '     655,282
                                                       97,019
                                                      233,897
                                                                           698,628
                                                                           237,968
                                                                           293,031
                                                                                      '           550,690
                                                                                                  100,200
                                                                                                  258,933
                                                                                                             '       148,309
                                                                                                                      12,319
                                                                                                                      60,421
                                                                                                                                  27%
                                                                                                                                  12%
                                                                                                                                  23%
                                                                                                                                             5       550,690
                                                                                                                                                     100,200
                                                                                                                                                     258,933
                                                                                                                                                                 '                         0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
~   5400      Other Expenses                          125,838               71,680                 60,000              2,495       4%                 60,DOO                               0%
    5700      Capital Outlays                          21,693                5,129                 14,400              1,080       8%                 14,400                               0%
    5900      Qthe:,_r Financing Uses                                                                                              NIA
                                             $      1,133,729      $     1,306,436    $           984,223    $       224,624      23%

    60660   Operating Expenditures Maintenance - Township
                                                                                                                                             '       984,223
                                                                                                                                                                 '                         0%


    5100      Salaries & Benefits
    5200
    5300
              Operating Supplies
              Contractual Services
                                                '                  '         3,190
                                                                               863
                                                                                47
                                                                                      '           256,805
                                                                                                   11,900
                                                                                                  113,002
                                                                                                             '        41,379

                                                                                                                      22,048
                                                                                                                                  16%
                                                                                                                                   0%
                                                                                                                                  20%
                                                                                                                                             $       256,855
                                                                                                                                                      11,900
                                                                                                                                                     113,002
                                                                                                                                                                 $                         0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
    5400      Other Expenses                                                                      151,420                360       0%                151,420                               0%
    5700      Capital Outlays                                                                       4,350                          0%                  4,350                               0%
    5900      Other Financing 1,)§_l;l~                                                                                            NIA
                                                                   $         4,100    $           537,527    $        63,787      12%        $       537,527     $                         0%

    60558   Operating Expenditures Filtration
    5100      Salaries & Benefits                                  s
    5200
    5300
              Operating Supplies
              Contractual Services
                                                '       459,135
                                                        122,342
                                                        312,641
                                                                           469,642
                                                                           121,252
                                                                           285,375
                                                                                      $           477,607
                                                                                                  101,815
                                                                                                  399,800
                                                                                                             '       103,241
                                                                                                                      17,503
                                                                                                                      50,901
                                                                                                                                  22%
                                                                                                                                  17%
                                                                                                                                  13%
                                                                                                                                             $       477,607
                                                                                                                                                     101,815
                                                                                                                                                     399,800
                                                                                                                                                                 '                         0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           0%
    5400      Other Expenses                              2,684              3,546                  4,150                341       8%                  4,150                               0%
    5700      Capital Outlays                            55,608             27,339                                    28,939       NIA
    5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                                 NIA
                                                s       952,410    $       907,154    s           983,372                                    s                   s
    90000   Project Expenditures
                                                                                                             '       200,925      20%                983,372                               0%

    5200       Operating Supplies
    5300
    5700
              Contractual Ser.rices
               Capital Outla s
                                                '          4,159
                                                         248,251
                                                         901,219
                                                                   $
                                                                           665,056
                                                                                      $
                                                                                                3,545,810
                                                                                                             $
                                                                                                                       9,745
                                                                                                                                   NIA
                                                                                                                                   0%
                                                                                                                                   NIA
                                                                                                                                                   3,586,810               41,000          1% SEE "BUDGETED CAP ITAl IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAll

                                                       1,153,629           665,056
                                                                                      ''        3,545,810
                                                                   $                                         $         9,745       0%
                                                       7,747,831   $     4,047,743              7 349,004    s       603,571       8%        ''    3,586,810
                                                                                                                                                   7,390,004
                                                                                                                                                                 $         41,000          1%


            Available Cash Balance - EOY               6,094,347                                             s
                                                '                  $     ~J82,941
                                                                                      '
                                                                                                1,790,117          5,509,174
                                                                                                                                             '     2,406,937
                                                                                                                                                                 '        616,820
                City of Muskegon
                Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget - Non-General Funds
                                                                                                                                  Actwal As                                           % Change
                                                                                            Original Bwdget   Actwal Thru March     %of       Revised Estimate       Change From        From
                                                      Actual 1999        Actwal 2000        Estimate 2001            2001          Revised          2001             2000 Original     Original                             Comments
        590     Sewer fund
                Available Cash Balance - BOY      $        405,280   s        787,448   $          482,811    s      1,445,721                s     1,445,721    $        982,910

                Revenues
                 Special assessments              $                  $                  $                     $                               s                  $
                 State grants
                 State shared revenue
                 Charges for seivices                    3,649,614          3,989,052            4,200,000                                          4,200,000                                  0%
                 Interest income                            27,684             54,362               40,000                                             40,000                                  0%
                 Operating transfers in                     87.474                                  46,000                                             46,000                                  0%   EDA$46M
                 Other _                                    62,881             45,967               30,000                                             30,000                                  0%
                                                         3,827,653   s      4,089,381   $        4,316,000    s                               $     4,316,000    $                             0%

        30548   Operating Expenditures Administration
        5100        Salaries & Benefits           s                  $                  s                     $                     NIA       $                  s
        5200        Operating Supplies                                                                                              NIA
        5300        Contractual Ser.ices                   278,848            269,957              683,649              61,529      9%               683,649
\\..)                                                                                                                                                                                          0% INSURANCE/INDIRECT COSTS/UTILITY ADMININISTRATION FEE
        5400        Other Expenses                           3,060             13,098                                               NIA
'-I     5700        Capital OuUays                              45                 45                                               NIA
        5900        Other Financing Uses                   237,637            216,TTS              197,228             102,585      52%              197,226                                   0% INTEREST
                Other Cash Uses and Adjwstments
                (e.lJ·· Debt Principal)                    191,244            714,619              400,051                          0%                400,051                                  0% PRl!'!CIPAL
                                                  $        710,834   5      1,214,495   $        1,280,928             164,114                s
        60559   Operating Expenditures Maintenance
                                                                                                              '                     13%             1,280,928    $                             0%

        5100      Salaries & Benefits            $         523,426   $        551,757              689,031
        5200
        5300
                  Operating Supplies
                  Contractual Services
                                                            48,439
                                                         1,561,003
                                                                               50,955
                                                                            1,346,297
                                                                                        '           55,252
                                                                                                 1,737,935
                                                                                                              $       141,720
                                                                                                                        4,031
                                                                                                                      184,664
                                                                                                                                    21%
                                                                                                                                    7%
                                                                                                                                    11%
                                                                                                                                              $       689,031
                                                                                                                                                       55,252
                                                                                                                                                    1,737,935
                                                                                                                                                                 $                             0%
                                                                                                                                                                                               0%
                                                                                                                                                                                               0%
        5400      Other Expenses                             2,617              3,992                2,800                145        5%                 2,800                                  0%
        5700      Capital Outlays                              334              8,380               15,000               3,593      24%                15,000                                  0%
        5900      Other Financing Uses                                                                                              NIA
                                                 $       2,135,821   $      1,961,381   s        2,500,018    $       334,153       13%       $    2,500,018     $                             0%
        90000   Project Expenditures
        5200
        5300
                  Operating Supplies
                  Contractual Ser.ices
                                                  $
                                                           596,630
                                                                     $
                                                                              255,232
                                                                                        •          490,000
                                                                                                              s
                                                                                                                         2,655
                                                                                                                                    N'A
                                                                                                                                    1%
                                                                                                                                              $
                                                                                                                                                     481,000     '          (9,000)         -2% SEE "BUDGETED CAPITAL IMPROVEMENTS" FOR DETAIL
        5700      Capital Owtlays                                                                                                   NIA
                                                           598,830   s        255,232   $          490,000    $         2,655       1%        s      481,000     s          (9,000)         -2%
                                                         3,445,485   s      3,431,108   $        4,270,946    $       500,922       12%       s    4,261,946

                Available Cash Balance - EOY      $        787~~     $      1,445,721   S          527,865    $       944,799                 $    1,499,775     $        971,910
      City of Muskegon
      Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget
      Budgeted Capital Improvements


                                                                                                               1st Quarter   3rd Quarter
                                                                         Responsibility Original Budget            Budget        Budget                       Comments
                                                                                                               Reforecast    Reforecast



                                                                                    2001 PROJECTS
       1.Q1    General fund
      99015    City Hall Tuckpointing                                       Al-Shat el     $      25,000   $      32,000
      90023    Police Department Parking Lot                                AI-Shatel             35,000          28,000                                      Favorable Bids
      90012    Stormwater Management Mandates                                 Kuhn                50,000          50,000
      90024    Treasury Management Software                                   Smith               35,000          35,000
      99012    Geographic lnformatlon System (GIS)                           Maurer               25,000          25,000
      99019    Restlawn Office Renovation (Phase I}                           Scott               75,000          75,000
                                                                                                245,000          245,000

       ;IQ,!   Public Improvement fund
      99020    Seaway-Hackley Industrial Park Property Acquisition       Brubaker-Clarke        425,600          425,600
               Fire Inspector's Car                                         Simpson              25,000           24,284
               Fire Chiefs Car                                              Simpson                               24,284
               Hovercraft                                                   Simpson              25,000
N                                                                                               475,600          474,168
"11
       2.!12   Major Streets
      90020    Barney, Valley to Roberts                                    AJ-Shate!           300,000          300,000
      99035    Sherman, Glenside to Lincoln                                 A!-Shate)           850,000          850,000                                     $560,000 Grant
      97036    Laketon, Wood to Peck                                        A!-Shatel           350,000          350,000                                     $150,00C Grant
      90011    Barclay, Sherman to Hackley                                  A!-Shatel           600,000          600,000                                     $366,C0C Grant
      90019    Division, Laketon to Southern (1535')                        A!-Shatel           200,000            8,000                   Project Cancelled- Special Assessment Not Approved
      96017    Shoreline Dr (incl Terrace Extension, Spring & Western)      AI-Shatel           300,000          300,000
      96059    Handlcap Sidewalk Ramps                                      Al-Sh ate I          50,000           50,000
               State's Job (US31 and Bridges/City Share)                    Al-Sh ate I         125,000                                               ProJects 90033/90036 (Below)
      90036    M120- Over Muskegon River                                    Al-Sh ate I                          100,000
      90033    Marquette Over US31                                          Al-Sh ate I                           11,000
      90021    Sixth, Houston to Muskegon                                   AI-Shatel            85,000                                    Project Cancelled- Special Assessment Not Approved
      90034    Houston, Sanford to First                                    AI-Shalel                            120,000                          Replaces Sixth, Houston to Muskegon
      98042    RR Crossing Removals                                         AI-ShateJ                             77,000                               S36,0D0 Siate Grant Funding
      99020    Seaway-Hackley Jndustrla!                                    Al-Shatel           100,000          100,000                                   $70,000 EDA Grant
                                                                                               2,960,000       2,866,000


       203     Local Streets
      99048    Wlnsdor, Barcl;;:iy to Henry                                 A!-Shatel           250,000          210,000
               Unspecified Projects                                         Al-Shatel           300,000
      90015    Millard, Lake Dunes to West End                              A!-Shatel                             13,000                   Project Cancelled - Special Assessment Not Approved
      90018    Nelson, Waton & Rogers                                       Al-Shat el                           210,000
      99020    Seaway-Hackley Industrial                                    A!-Shatel           100,000          100,000                                   $70,000 EDA Grant
      98042    RR Crossing Removals                                         A!-Shatel                             69,000                              $28,000 State Grant Funding
      96059    Handicap Sidewalk Ramps                                      Al-Shat el           /;iOQQQ          /;iQ QQQ
                                                                                                700,000          652,000
       City of Muskegon
       Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget
       Budgeted Capital Improvements


                                                                                                             1st Quarter   3rd Quarter
                                                                         Responsibility    Original Budget       Budget        Budget                       Comments
                                                                                                             Reforecast    Reforecast



                                                                                     2001 PROJECTS
        403    Sidewalks
       96059   2001 Sldewalk Replacement Program                            AI-Shatel            850,000       850,000                         Financed With Special Assessment Bonds


        ~      State Grants Fund
       98080   Lakeshore Trail Phase lll (Consumers)                          Scott              455,000       455,000
       99080   Lakeshore Trail Phase JV (Lakeshore Drive)                     Scott              400,000       400,000
       99050   Campbell Park Renovation                                       Scott               95,000        95,000
       98022   Cole's Expansion                                          Brubaker-Clarke          70,000        70,000

       96096   Site Assessment Projects                                  Brubaker-Clarke         265,000       265,000

       99010   Clean Michigan Initiative {Amazon Building)               Brubaker-Clarke         450,000       450,000

       90014 Clean Michigan Initiative (feledyne Property)               Brubaker-Clarke         800,000       800,000

                                                                                               2,535,000     2,535,000
 N      590    s.-
'-ti   99035   Sherman, G!enslde to Llncoln                                 Al-Shatel             10,000        10,000                                     $600,000 Grant
       97036   Laketon, Wood to Peck                                        Al-Shat el            10,000        10,000                                     $150,000 Grant
       90011   Barclay, Sherman to Hackley .                                Al-Shale!             50,000        50,000
       90019   Division, Laketon to Southern (1535')                        Al-Shale!             10,000         1,000                   Project Cancelled - Special Assessment Not Approved
       96017   Shoreline Dr (incl Terrace Extension, Spring & Western)      Al-Shale!            100,000       100,000
               Unspecified Projects                                         AI-Shate!             50,000        50,000
       90020   Industrial Park Liflstatlon                                  Al-Shale!            150,000
       90020   Barney Street Liflstation                                    AI-Shatel                          150,000
       90025   Sanitary Sewer Jnvestlgation (under car dealership)            Kuhn                50,000        50,000
       99020   Seaway-Hackley lndustria!                                    AI-Shatel             60,000        60,000




               -
                                                                                                                                                         $46,000 EDA Grant
                                                                                                 490,000       481,000


        ill
       97041   Water Filtration Plant Improvements                            Kuhn             2,815,810     2,815,810                      Fin.anced With 1999 Water Improvement Bonds
       90021   Barney, Valley to Roberts                                    AI-Shatel            200,000      200,000
       99035   Sherman, Gtenside to Lincoln                                 Al-Shale!             10,000        70,000                                     $600,000 Grant
       97036   Laketon, Wood to Peck                                       Al-Sh ate!             10,000         5,000                                     5150,000 Grant
       90019   Division, Laketon to Southern (1535')                       Al-Sh ate I            10,000                                 Project Cancelled - Special Assessment Not Approved
       96017   Shoreline Dr (incl Terrace Extension, Spring & Western)     AJ-Shatel             200,000      200,000
       99048   Winsdor, Barclay to Henry                                   AJ-Shatel             140,000       140,000
               Unspecified Projects                                         A!-Shatel             60,000
       90035   Water Service Replacement~ CO. Forcemain Project             Al-Shatel                           50,000
       90018   Nelson, Waton & Rogers                                      AJ-Shatel                             6,000
       99020   Seaway-Hackley Industrial                                   AI-Shatel              70,000        70,000                                   S54,000 EDA Grant
       90026   Water Distribution Computer Modeling                        A!-Shatel              30,000        30,000
                                                                                               3,545,810     3,586,810
      City of Muskegon
      Quarterly Budget Reforecast and 2001 Proposed Budget
      Budgeted Capital Improvements


                                                                                                 1st Quarter       3rd Quarter
                                                          Responsibility   Original Budget           Budget            Budget    Comments
                                                                                                 Reforecast        Reforecast



                                                                   2001 PROJECTS
       ~       Public Service Building
      99040    Public Service Building Renovation             Kuhn                130,000          130,000


       .§.§1   Equi~ment fund
               Patrol Car Replacements (6)                    Kuhn               129,000           129,000
               Plow Truck Replacements (1}                    Kuhn                70,000            70,000
               Sign Truck (1)                                 Kuhn                 25,000           25,000
               Vactor Truck (1)                               Kuhn               175,000           175,000
               Pickup Trucks 3/4 Ton (4)                      Kuhn                 72,000           72,000
               Box Paver (1)                                  Kuhn                40,000            40,000
               Loader721 (1)                                  Kuhn                 70,000           70,000
               Backhoe Hoe 4x4 Replacement (1)                Kuhn                40,000            40,000
               Sunbird Cars (4)                               Kuhn                45,000
~                                                                                 80,000
                                                                                                    45,000
               Radios and Various Other Minor Equipment       Kuhn                                  80,000
I:,
                                                                                 746,000           746,000


                                                                           $ · 1D!Q?2.410    $   9~§~,410      $
                                AGENDA ITEM NO. _ __

              MUSKEGON CITY COMMISSION MEETING-April 24, 2001

To:           Honorable Mayor anI -10-l!I- 200-006
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                                                 City of Muskegon
                                             Muskegon County, Michigan

                                             DECLARATION OF TAKING
                                                  2001-48(e)
                                 WATERFRONT CENTER TRAIL PROPERTY

Land located in Block 574 City of Muskegon.

A statement of necessity has been made by the City Commission of the City of Muskegon setting
forth that the construction of a non-motorized vehicle and pedestrian path is necessary. As a
result, it is necessary to acquire certain property for said purpose, and a good faith written offer
to purchase said parcels of property has heretofore been made.

Therefore, by virtue of the authority vested in the City of Muskegon by the Home Rule Act of
the State of Michigan, MCL 117.4e, and the laws and constitution of the State, and pursuant to
1980 PA 87, MCLA 213.51, MSA 8.265(1), it is now declared that by the filing of the Complaint
and this Declaration in the Circuit Court for the County of Muskegon, title to the property
hereinafter described is taken in the name of the City of Muskegon for the purpose of
constructing a non-motorized vehicle and pedestrian path.

A description of the property taken sufficient for its identification, the names of the persons
interested in said property so far as known, a statement of the estate or interest being taken, and
statement of the sum of money estimated by complainant to be just compensation for the part to
be taken is as follows:
                                          Legal Description
                                       See attached Schedule A

Estate to be acquired: Fee Simple

Owner and other persons interested in the property:
      Fifth Third Bank, f/k/a AmeriBank, a Michigan corporation
      AmeriBank, a Michigan corporation
      United Riggers & Erectors Co., Inc., a Michigan corporation
      Asphalt Paving, Inc.
      Verplank Trucking Co., a Michigan corporation
      DePree Electric Co., a Michigan corporation

Estimated Just Compensation: $22,000.00
                                                                CITY OF MUSKEGON

Dated: April 24, 2001




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                LEGAL DESCRIPTION OF TAKING




Description of property for a proposed Bike Path aeross property
owned by Waterfront Center.  (Parcel I.D. 61-10-25-200-004)

    That part of Block 574 of the Revised Plat of 1903 of the
    City of Muskegon, described as connencing at the
    Southeast corner of said Block 57 4; thence Korth 88
    degrees 13 minutes 54 seconds West 270, 33 fee"t to a point
    on the North right-of-way line of Western Avenue; thence
    North 83 degrees 55 minutes 00 seconds West along said
    Korth right-of-way 1 ine 456. 97 feet; thence llorth 01
    degree 31 minutes 44 aeconds \lfeat 470. 34 feet to the
    point of beginning; thence North 46 degrees 32 minutes 4  •
    seconds West 257 .11 feet; thence South 88 degrees 27
    minutes 16 seconds West 684.39 feet; thence North OJ
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                         AGENDA ITEM NO. _ _ _ __

                  CITY COMMISSION MEETING _ _ _ __



TO:

FROM:


DATE:         April 18, 2001

SUBJ:         Request for Permission to Apply for 2 FEMA Grants for Fire
              Protection


SUMMARY OF REQUEST:

The Fire Department is requesting City Connnission permission to apply for 2 FEMA
grants for fire protection for the City of Muskegon


FINANCIAL IMPACT:

$70,000 from Public Improvement Fund



BUDGET ACTION REQUIRED:




STAFF RECOMMENDATION

Staff recommends approval of grant applications to FEMA for a fire training tower and
rescue boat.


COMMITTEE RECOMMENDATION:
April 18, 2001



Honorable Mayor and City Commission
Through the City Manager

Dear Mayor and Co111111issioners:

I am requesting permission to apply for 2 FEMA grants for fire protection for the City of
Muskegon.

The first application is for $500,000 for a four-story fire training and bum tower. This
tower would provide firefighters the ability to train using live bums, do high angle rescue
work, and practice various training evolutions in a fully certified strncture.

The second application is for $200,000 for a Zodiak 25' rescue boat with fire pump and
jet drive. This boat will permit firefighters to handle shipboard fires and rescue and dive
platfom1 functions in drowning and near drowning emergencies.

In each grant our cost would be 10% of the total grant, or $50,000 for the tower and
$20,000 for the rescue boat.

  esp ctfully,



Patrick Si'--m,.-p,(...so£-n

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