Downtown Development Authority Agenda 04-13-2021

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                                                   CITY OF MUSKEGON

                        DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY ("DDA")

                                                  REGULAR MEETING

                     DATE OF MEETING:                                   Tuesday, April 13, 2021
                     TIME OF MEETING:                                   10:30A.M.
                     PLACE OF MEETING:                                  ZOOM for pmiicipants and Facebook Live/
                                                                        Facebook "City of Muskegon Government"
                                                                        for public


      I.        Roll Call
      II.       Approval of the regular meeting minutes of Nov. 24, 2020
      III.      Public comment on agenda items
      IV.       Brownfield Redevelopment Authority business
                A. Update (Pete Wills)
      V.        Downtown Development Authority business
                A. DDA financial report (Beth Lewis)
                B. DDA financial proposals (Dave Alexander)
                    1. Future of arena funding
                   2. Muskegon Museum of Art request
                   3. Events post-COVID supp01i
                   4. Street Lighting on Terrace Street
                C. Downtown events update (Ann Meisch)
      VI.       Public participation
      VII.      Adjourn

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                               CITY OF MUSKEGON
                               REGULAR MEETING

                                         November 24, 2020

The meeting was held electronically via Zoom. Chairperson M. Bottomley called the meeting to order
at 10:30 AM and roll was taken.

MEMBERS PRESENT:              M. Bottomley (Muskegon MI), B. Hastings (Muskegon MI), J. Riegler
                              (Muskegon MI), M. Kleaveland (Muskegon MI), D. Pollock (Grand
                              Rapids MI), F. DePung (Muskegon MI), M. Johnson Sr (Norton Shores
                              MI), S. Black (Muskegon MI), J. Moore (Muskegon MI), H. Sytsema
                              (Muskegon MI), D. Kalisz (Ft Myers FL)

MEMBERS ABSENT:               F. Peterson, J. Wallace Jr

STAFF PRESENT:                P. Wills, Director of Strategic Initiatives; J. Eckholm, Economic
                              Development Director; M. Franzak, Planning Director; L. Mikesell,
                              Director of Development Services; D. Alexander, Downtown Manager;
                              B. Lewis, Finance Director; A. Meisch, City Clerk; D. Renkenberger,
                              Administrative Assistant; R. Cummins, Zoom meeting facilitator

OTHERS PRESENT:               M. Bear, 592 W Muskegon Ave (via phone during public call-in period)


A motion to approve the regular meeting minutes of October 13, 2020 was made by J. Moore, supported
by M. Kleaveland and unanimously approved.


Infill Housing Project (2nd Amendment) - P. Wills explained the request. City staff is seeking BRA
approval to amend the Brownfield Plan to add additional eligible parcels to the City's Infill Housing
Project (2 nd Amendment). The 2 nd Amendment adds an additional 13 parcels beyond the 108 parcels
adopted in the 1st Amendment. The BRA approved the Infill Housing Project (1 st Amendment) on July
14th and the City Commission on July 28 th • The following eligible properties are proposed to be added
in this second amendment: 880 First Street (880 First St LLC development), 216 W. Clay (880 First
St LLC development), 208 W. Clay (880 First St LLC development), 1095 Third Street (former
Catholic Charities prope1iy), 301 W. Muskegon Ave (former Catholic Charities parking lot), 589
McLaughlin (Big Red Developer), 559 McLaughlin (Big Red Developer), 441 Isabella (Big Red
Developer), 438 Isabella (Big Red Developer), 591 Catherine (Big Red Developer), 185 E. Muskegon
Ave (former Farmers Market prope1iies), and 209 E. Walton Ave (former Farmers Market prope1iies).
The address of 435 Isabella had been included originally, but P. Wills stated that that address could be
removed. J. Eckholm discussed developments on the first 3 parcels on the list, and L. Mikesell provided
background on Big Red Development and their parcels.
The plan amendment involved the redevelopment of 119 total parcels, most located in the Nelson and
Jackson Hill Neighborhoods. Some of these lots would be split, creating up to 255 subject parcels. The
plan incorporated three types of redevelopment projects: infill housing on vacant City lots (up to 240
units), the rehab of existing homes (11 detached houses), and two separate mixed-use developments
(former Catholic Charities parcels and 880 First St, LLC projects). Activities included the
redevelopment and rehabilitation of subject parcels, and construction of new commercial and
residential units. The City was marketing these downtown properties with the anticipation that private
developers would acquire the sites and submit plans for productive redevelopment. City staff continued
to market the former Catholic Charities building and attached parking lot at 301 W. Muskegon Ave,
and had also been working with the owners of the former AmeriBank building at 880 First Street to
finalize plans to redevelop that property. Staff worked closely with the developer's project management
team to coordinate extensive testing on the structure, foundation and design of the existing building.
Initial development plans, to be complete in 2022, would include adding five additional stories to the
existing structure to house over 50 rental apartments in the tower building as well as co-working space
for residents who choose to work from their homes. Future phases would include additional apmiments
as well as a 3-4 story parking garage. The City Commission was expected to consider a purchase and
development agreement with the developers which would allow the city to recoup site preparation
expenses through the Brownfield TIF. The prope1iy was purchased by the city in 2015 for $150,000
and spent $350,000 deconstructing it in 2018. The current draft development agreement reflected both
the City and Ferguson Development splitting Brownfield TIF reimbursement for their respective
eligible costs related to the property.

The 2nd Amendment also included the following updates (note that dollar figures are not exact):
• Developer's Reimbursement Costs: Infill Housing - $5,877,00; Mixed-use projects - $1,000,000;
   Total reimbursement costs - $6,877,000
•  Estimated  Total Capital Investment: Infill Housing - $49,000,000; Home rehab - $500,000; Mixed
   Use developments: $26,000,000; Total Estimated Capital Investment - $75,000,000
• The Plan anticipates eligible activities, paid through future capture of tax increments, to include
   $4,880,000 for cost of sale/seller concessions; $1,200,000 for demolition and potential costs of
   abatement; $777,000 to construct public infrastructure at the former farmers market; $20,000 for
   brownfield plan preparation and development; a 15% plan contingency fee of $1,031,550; and
   which reflects total eligible activities to be paid under this plan at $7,908,550.
• The Authority intends to enter into Development & Reimbursement Agreements with future
   prope1iy owners/developers of prope1iies included in the Plan to reimburse them for costs of
   eligible activities.
• The duration of this Plan is not to exceed 30 years and complete recapture of eligible costs through
   tax increment revenue are expected to occur within this period. Estimated completion of all homes
   associated with this Project will be completed by 2023.
•  The   plan contemplates continued five-year capture of tax increments for a local Brownfield
   Revolving Loan Fund ifthere is time left in the 30-year plan after eligible costs are covered.

City staff prepared this Infill Housing Project (2 nd Amendment) Brownfield Plan Amendment and
recommends BRA approval.

M. Bottomley asked if the remaining parcels were vacant lots. L. Mikesell confirmed that was correct.
M. Franzak stated that staff had discovered that one property had been listed twice, so the dollar figures
would be a bit different than originally shown. M. Johnson asked if staff was confident in the
developers' ability to secure financing and complete the projects. M. Franzak stated that he was, and
that several projects had already been started. J. Eckholm stated that the developers of 880 1st St had
already spent a significant sum of money to have environmental testing done, which showed that they
were serious about the project. M. Bottomley asked about the houses being built at 8th & Muskegon
Ave, and if the garages were planned to be in front of or behind the homes. M. Franzak stated that the
alley that ran behind the houses was not usable, so the garages would be in the front; however, the
renderings looked nice, especially with the porches in the front. F. DePung asked if the houses on
Webster would be rental homes. M. Franzak stated that they were all Dusendang homes and some
would be rentals. However, all must be available for sale. M. Kleaveland asked if the rentals were
single- or multi-unit. M. Franzak stated that so far, the developers had preferred single family models,
but staff wanted to see a mixture of single-family to quad-pl exes for different income levels. He stated
that developers had been speaking to neighboring residents, who had indicated that they didn't want

There were no public comments. A motion to approve the resolution for the Brownfield Plan
Amendment for the city's Infill House Project (2 nd Amendment), to request a public hearing before the
Muskegon City Commission, and to have the City Commission consider adoption of the Plan, was
made by M. Kleaveland, supported by M. Johnson and unanimously approved, with M. Bottomley, B.
Hastings, J. Riegler, M. Kleaveland, D. Pollock, F. DePung, M. Johnson Sr, S. Black, J. Moore, H.
Sytsema, and D. Kalisz voting aye.


DDA Budget - D. Alexander reviewed the budget figures. He stated that there were no tax increment
revenues shown yet; those would be added in the latter half of the fiscal year (July-June). He stated
that he expected about $40,000 in available discretionary funds. B. Lewis stated that the city had done
a bond issue for HVAC and roof improvements to Mercy Health Arena, so the DDA's contribution to
that would be less than originally thought. M. Bottomley asked what the cost difference was. B. Lewis
explained that they just closed on the bonds earlier this month so there was not a specific amount yet,
but it would depend on what the bond payments would be. However, it would be less than the $215,000
shown in the budget. M. Bottomley asked if the $215,000 figure was for 5 years; B. Lewis confirmed
that was correct. M. Johnson asked if that was in addition to the amount that the DDA had previously
contributed toward restroom renovations. B. Lewis stated that was correct; that money had already
been paid. M. Bottomley asked for more precise financial information going forward. M. Kleaveland
asked how long the DDA had been paying the $215,000. B. Lewis stated that there had been some
money paid last fiscal year but this was the first full year of the $215,000 payment. B. Hastings asked
ifthere was an update on the splash pad handrails. D. Alexander stated that the Engineering Dept was
handling that; however, the DPW was dealing with staffing issues due to Covid so there were delays.
H. Sytsema asked about the negative cash reserves. B. Lewis explained that the DDA was a debt fund;
that money would be made up going forward. D. Alexander requested a motion to accept or reject the
budget. B. Lewis stated that she would have better budget numbers at the next meeting, along with a
5-year outlook. M. Bottomley asked how the payments to the County were coming along. B. Lewis
stated that $134,000 was the final payment.

A motion to accept the final budget report was made by B. Hastings, supported by J. Moore and
unanimously approved, with M. Bottomley, B. Hastings, J. Riegler, M. Kleaveland, D. Pollock, F.
DePung, M. Johnson Sr, S. Black, J. Moore, H. Sytsema, and D. Kalisz voting aye.
Proposal on Downtown Events D. Alexander presented the staff report. City staff had been in contact
with C. Flanders, previous director of the Lakeshore Art Festival (LAF) through the Muskegon
Lakeshore Chamber of Commerce, about the possibility of the City taking over production of the art
festival. The Chamber was no longer able to manage it, and because the festival brought thousands of
people to downtown Muskegon and its businesses, it was posited that the DDA would be an appropriate
organization to take over this event. The Taste of Muskegon was also suggested as an event that may
be appropriate for the DDA. A. Meisch stated that she had spoken to the City Commission and
explained the proposal outlining the possible city management of these events, which was favorably
received. Financially however, the city's attorney had advised that the city's General Fund was not
appropriate to act as fiduciary of the event. Due to the event's economic impact and overall promotion
of downtown Muskegon, staff believes that the DDA budget would be a good fit. DD As across the
state have historically produced events to promote and market their districts, and it fits within our
DDA's mission. If approved, the DDA would become the fiduciary, taking on the risk and reward for
the Lakeshore A1i Festival and the Taste of Muskegon. Due to Covid-19 restrictions, it is unknown at
this point how 2021 events would be affected, and it's possible that there could be a loss if the event
had to be cancelled. Some cash expenditures are needed now for marketing and software expenses.
However, it is anticipated that the events should at least break even and possibly make some profit,
which would go to the DDA to spend to support its mission. The Clerk's Office and the DDA Manager
would work with the existing LAF volunteer organization under the direction of C. Flanders, who
would work under contract with the Clerk's Office to direct and produce the art festival. Regarding
the Taste of Muskegon, staff will ask the DDA to enter a similar arrangement with the Clerk's office
at a future date, as those details are still being worked out. City staff recommends approval of the
proposal, with the DDA Manager joining both volunteer event boards as a DDA liaison.

A. Meisch discussed the proposal. She stated that the Chamber was no longer able to support the event,
which was among the top 25 art festivals in the country. Although 2021 would be an unce1iain year
due to Covid-19 issues, the festival generally made a profit, which would benefit the DDA if they took
over. The festival also benefitted downtown businesses, many of which had indicated that it was an
impmiant festival for them, due to the people and money it attracted to downtown. The Taste of
Muskegon also made money, which was used to help suppmi the Farmer's Market. Both events had
up-front costs which would later be covered by vendor fees. DDA funds would be needed to cover the
up-front costs. A. Meisch also asked that the city be allowed to hire C. Flanders to run the art fair, as
she had extensive experience. She would be paid a monthly fee under a contract with the DDA. D.
Alexander stated that the city was looking for the DDA to become the fiduciary and accept a loan from
the city's cash reserves to pay festival expenses, not to exceed $25,000 per month. Once vendor fees
started coming in, that money would be paid back. He suggested that the DDA commit to at least 2
years, in case Covid concerns had a negative effect on the 2021 festival.

M. Bottomley asked for input from the board. D. Kalisz stated that the festivals were a great thing for
the DDA to consider suppmiing, as it was good public relations for Muskegon and the downtown. He
asked if C. Flanders's services would be similar to what she did at the Chamber. C. Flanders stated
that it would be within the scope of what she had previously done and somewhat beyond, and her
committee was on board with the proposal. M. Kleaveland asked if she thought it could be more
difficult for the DDA to secure donations for the festival, considering it was a quasi-governmental
board. C. Flanders stated that she already had commitments from some sponsors and the Chamber had
also agreed to assist with sponsors. In addition, she thought the continuity of having the same person
running the festival would be beneficial. M. Johnson asked if the DDA was being asked to finance the
event and provide staff/volunteers. D. Alexander clarified that the DDA was being asked for financing
only. C. Flanders already had a dedicated volunteer staff and list, and A. Meisch and her team could
also provide assistance. D. Alexander stated that he was willing to serve on the festival's volunteer
board. B. Hastings asked if the art festival could proceed without the DDA. C. Flanders stated that
another organization would have to step forward to take over. A. Meisch stated that the Chamber had
reached out to the City about taking over the festival, and city staff had reached out to C. Flanders. S.
Black asked if there was a contingency plan in case covid restrictions were still in place. C. Flanders
stated that, since it was an outdoor event, there was a plan to hold a smaller festival, providing there
was no directive from the Governor in place that forbid it. J. Riegler concurred that the festival was
very important for downtown businesses but was concerned about the money available in the DDA' s
budget. M. Bottomley also expressed concern about taking on too much debt. J. Riegler asked C.
Flanders how long she expected the initial $25,000 to last. C. Flanders anticipated that it would last
into February or March; the biggest part right now was promoting the festival to draw in the artists.
She would start working on sponsors right away, and vendor fees were expected to start coming in.
However, if the festival had to be cancelled, those fees would have to be refunded. M. Bottomley asked
what the city's loan terms were for the $25,000. B. Lewis stated that if the festival revenue didn't cover
the loan amount, the city would look into a mutually agreeable arrangement with the DDA, as the city
wanted to see the festival continue. Staff, board members, and C. Flanders continued to discuss
financing sources, including grants.

A motion that the DDA provide financing of $25,000 in beginning expenses for the 2021 Lakeshore
Art Festival was made by D. Kalisz and supported by J. Moore, with discussion continuing on the

F. DePung asked where the money would go if the festival made a profit. B. Lewis stated that it would
go to the DDA and it would be up to the board where they wanted to spend it. M. Bottomley stated
that she would like to see a fomer contract outlining the terms discussed. M. Kleaveland stated that
the details could be worked out, but board approval now would allow staff and C. Flanders to proceed
with the festival, since preparation needed to begin as soon as possible. C. Flanders confirmed that
timing was imperative, as artists were already looking to fill up their schedules for next year. D. Kalisz
and J. Moore agreed to amend their original motion to match staffs recommendation, as follows:

    I move that the Muskegon Downtown Development Authority accept the fiduciary
    responsibility of producing the Muskegon Lakeshore Art Festival (LAF) and Taste of
    Muskegon to be organized through the Muskegon City Clerk's Office, and direct the DDA
    Manager to provide regular updates to the DDA board on both events. For the LAF, I move that
    the DDA accept monthly loans from surplus city funds as needed, not to exceed a total of
    $25,000 with event revenues paying back those loans. For Taste of Muskegon, I move that the
    DDA direct its manager to provide the DDA board with event details for fu1iher action. DDA
    support of these events will be reevaluated after the 2022 season.

M. Bottomley stated that the board had not discussed the Taste of Muskegon, and asked if that reference
should be removed from the motion. D. Alexander and A. Meisch stated that no funds were being
requested for Taste of Muskegon at this time. A vote was taken on the amended motion above, which
was unanimously approved, with M. Bottomley, B. Hastings, J. Riegler, M. Kleaveland, D. Pollock, F.
DePung, M. Johnson Sr, S. Black, J. Moore, H. Sytsema, and D. Kalisz voting aye.

D. Alexander thanked the board for their support and quick action.
Downtown Report D. Alexander stated that the last county bond payment would allow some extra
funds in the DDA budget in the last half of the fiscal year. He stated that Downtown Muskegon lost
over a million people over the summer due to event cancellations so it was vital to support downtown
events going forward. He discussed beer tents and how the social district regulations could affect those,
as currently, social district allowances had to be suspended during events. This could be problematic
for enforcement, if regulations changed week to week. He would monitor upcoming legislation
involving the issue.

R. Cummins allotted time for public participation via call-in. M. Bear phoned in regarding the homes
currently under construction on Webster Ave. She stated that she was not opposed to new homes being
built, but she wanted to see more input from residents before decisions were made.



There being no further business, the meeting was adjourned at 12:05 p.m.

                     Muskegon Downtown Development Authority

                              Agenda item V./B-1 for 4-13-21

                        Request for arena debt payment funding

Requesting party: City Finance Department

Outline of request: Staff is asking the DDA board to rescind any previous funding support of the
repayment of debt for the Mercy Health Arena's new roof and HVAC system upgrades. Going
forward, staff requests the DDA support of a lower annual debt payment for the next 10 years.

Background: The DDA has supported the repayment of debt for the city's improvements to its
Mercy Health Arena's new roof and HVAC system upgrades. The DDA budget has shown a
$215,000 payment the past two fiscal year's. Staff cannot find DDA motion approving the debt
payment but the budget indicates the payments would be for either five or 10 years.

The city has refinanced its debt through a new city bond issue. The refinancing has lowered the
annual debt cost of the Mercy Health roof/HVAC to approximately $130,000.

Staff comments: City staff is asking the DDA rescind any prior commitments to support Mercy
Health debt payments and commit to approximately $130,000 annually for the next 10 years.
On a yearly basis, the lower payments frees up approximately $70,000 a year in the DDA budget
for board to reallocate resources to other of its priorities in the 2019 strategic plan. The Finance
Department will be available to outline this request and answer board questions.

Staff recommendation: To continue to support the Mercy Health Arena debt service at
approximately $130,000 a year for the next 10 years. The exact bond issue payments are
attached to this agenda request.

Suggested motion: I move to rescind any prior Muskegon Downtown Development Authority
support for the funding of debt service for the city's Mercy Health Arena's new roof and HVAC
system. For the next 10 years, I move for the DDA to fund approximately $130,000 a year to
support the arena debt consolidated in a recent city bond issue.
                     Muskegon Downtown Development Authority

                              Agenda item V/B-2 for 4-13-21

             Request for a DDA pledge to the Muskegon Museum of Art

Requesting party: City Manager and the Muskegon Museum of Art

Outline of request: The Muskegon Museum of Art - a cultural foundation in downtown
Muskegon, one of the finest small town art museum 1 s in the world and a huge West Michigan
asset - is asking the DDA to support its Shaping the Future capital campaign with a pledge of
$100,000 over five years beginning in July 1, 2022.

Background: The MMA has embarked on its largest capital campaign of its 110 years of
operations in downtown Muskegon. The $9.9 million campaign would pay for an addition to the
museum to expand public display of its significant permanent collection on an ongoing basis
and provide additional large exhibit space to allow the MMA to host major, national touring art
exhibits. The MMA already has about 75 percent of its goal raised and anticipates completing
the campaign by the end of the year, breaking ground this fall and opening the in 2023. The
MMA is asking for a $100,000 pledge at this time to be paid over five years at $20,000 annually
beginning in July 2022, which would be part of the 2022-23 DDA budget.

Staff comments: City Manager Frank Peterson and city Business Development Manager Dave
Alexander met with museum executives and campaign leaders. They agreed to bring this
request to DDA. MMA Executive Director Kirk Hallman s letter requesting DDA support for the
Shaping the Future campaign is attached. Also is the copy of the MMA1s campaign brochure.
Kirk Hallman or a representative from the MMA should be at your meeting to make the request
and answer questions. Realize that other district institutions have capital campaigns but have
not requested DDA support.

Staff recommendation: The MMA request seems reasonable when considering its significance
to downtown, the need for space that will serve the community and region for decades to
come and the support already received from the community and West Michigan. Staff
recommends approval knowing that the first payment would not be due until the fiscal year
starting in July 2022.

Suggested motion: I move for the DDA to pledge $100,000 to the Muskegon Museum of Art
Shaping the Future campaign, $20,000 a year for five years beginning in July 2022.
296 W. Webster Avenue
Muskegon. Ml 49440


                    HONORARY CHAIRS           February 5, 2021
                        Jon & Jane Blyth
                              Larry Hines
              Robert & Wendy Kersman
        Charles E. & Vivian K. Johnson II     Dave Alexander, Business Development Manager
                          Patrick O'Leary     City of Muskegon/Downtown Development Authority
                           Marge Potter
                  Kimberly Van Kampen         Muskegon, Ml 49440

                       Dave Alexander
                          Beth Beaman         Dear Dave,
                       Susan Bednarek
                             Billie Bruce     I'm writing to formally request support from the DDA for the largest expansion
                        Claudia Bryant        of Muskegon's cultural infrastructure in a generation; a $9.9M addition to the
                        E. Jane Connell
                            Gayle Davis       Muskegon Museum of Art.
                          Friends of Art
                           Amy Heisser        Our reasons for this expansion are to support the MMA's viability and
                          Erick Johnson
                                              sustainability for the next 100 years. The need Is great. The MMA has one of
                           Cindy Larsen
                      Henry Matthews          the most important permanent collections of artwork in the Midwest which we
                    Sue Ellen McCreary        leverage to present significant community programs and engagement. Our
                          Irene Pierson
                                              reputation and marketing efforts are national. Of the more than 5,000 pieces in
             Thomas & Elizabeth Tuttle        the collection, we only have the capacity to exhibit less than 150 pieces of
             Steve & Rebecca Westphal         artwork at any given time. Our goals are simple:
                    CAMPAIGN CABINET
                       Frank Bednarek•            •   Sustaining the MMA and serving the community for the next century.
                           Sherry Becker
                          Claudia Berry•          •   Transforming the MMA to a Destination Museum - not a stopover - by
                         Nancy Crandall
                              Anne Dake
                                                      adding three galleries (one 5,000 square foot Grand Gallery for major
                       Tom DeVoursney                 touring exhibitions and two new rotating exhibition galleries) as well as
                         Robert Dubault               two new classrooms/family activity area, and more collections storage.
                          Bob Garretson
                            Kirk Hallman
                         Judith Hayner•       This project will increase Muskegon's visibility as well as traffic and tourism to
                     Charles Johnson 111•     the Muskegon's downtown core and surrounding area and aligns well with the
                         Catherine Mott
                                              DDA's development goals. We are recognized by the corporate community as
                           John Prldnia•
                             Gil Segovia•     driver of economic development. We are requesting $100,000 of support
                       Jonathan Wilson        distributed over five years starting in 2022.

          MUSKEGON MUSEUM OF ART              We are in the quiet phase of our capital campaign. As of today, we have raised
                                              $6.SM - two thirds of goal. On March 16, we will make a major announcement
                  Frank Bednarek, Chair
       Kimberly Van Kampen, Vice-Chair        and roll out the public portion of the campaign.
                 John Prldnia, Treasurer
                Claudia Berry, Secretary      If you have questions or would like further information, please call me directly at
                         Nancy Crandall
                             Gayle Davis
                                              231-720-2573 or email
                       Tom DeVoursney
                         Robert Dubault       Sincerely,
                     Charles Johnson Ill
                           Mike Olthoff
                         Eric Ringelberg
                              GIi Segovia
                          John Swanson        l

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