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REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF
THE CITY OF NOVI
A G E N D A
CALL TO ORDER:
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE: Girl Scouts #2236 5th Grade Juniors
Leader: Ann Kowalczyk
Co-Leader: Diana James
Members: Christine James, Kerry Abel, Sheena Bhatia, Katie Dale, Diane Bayyouk
ROLL CALL: Mayor Clark, Mayor Pro Tem Bononi, Council Members Capello, Csordas, DeRoche, Landry, Lorenzo
APPROVAL OF AGENDA:
1. Community Service Appreciation plaque David Paul, Cable Access Committee
2. Community Service Appreciation plaque Patrick J. Brunett, Library Board
3. Community Service Appreciation plaque William Briggs, Construction Board of Appeals
4. Proclamation-10th Annual Letter Carriers Food Drive-May 11, 2002
5. Proclamation Athletes with Physical Disabilities Week May 12-18, 2002
1. CITY MANAGER
2. DEPARTMENT REPORTS
CONSENT AGENDA (Approval/Removals)
MATTERS FOR COUNCIL ACTION Part I
1. Approve/Deny Development Agreement & Zoning Map Amendment 18.618 - Request from Jim Barnes of Boardwalk Investments Group for approval of a Development Agreement and rezoning of 3.44 acres in Section 1, located south of Fourteen Mile Road and west of M-5 from Residential Acreage RA to One-Family Residential R-2 zoning district.
2. Approve/Deny ZONING MAP AMENDMENT 18.620 Request from Blair Bowman of TBON, LLC to rezone 52.611 acres located in Section 16 north of Grand River Avenue and west of Taft from OST (Office Service Technology) to OST with EXO Overlay (Exposition Overlay) or any other appropriate zoning.
3. Approve request from TMA ENTERPRISES OF NOVI, INC. to transfer ownership of 1998 12 Month Resort Class C licensed business, located in escrow at 43455 W. Oaks, West Oak Shopping Center, Novi MI 48377, Oakland County from Pizza Hut of America, Inc. (A Delaware Corporation); transfer location to 44375 W. Twelve Mile Rd., Space G-149, Novi MI 48377, Oakland County, subject to final building inspection.
4. Approve request from Vans Skatepark for an Arcade License with 28 machines at 44275 Twelve Mile Road (Fountain Walk), subject to Building and Fire Department final inspections.
BREAK AT 9:30 PM
MATTERS FOR COUNCIL ACTION Part II
5. Authorization to Apply for the 3 additional officer positions under the COPS Universal Hiring Grant.
6. Approve Resolution to authorize the third quarter budget amendment #2002-4.
7. Award bid for Street Trees, in the amount of $72,935 to Panoramic Landscaping and $42,900 to Michigan Turf, the low bid.
8. Wrap-up discussion of 2002-2003 budget
CONSENT AGENDA REMOVALS FOR COUNCIL ACTION: (Consent Agenda items, which have been removed for discussion and/or action)
MAYOR AND COUNCIL ISSUES
CONSENT AGENDA: (Background information for Consent Agenda items is available for review at the City Clerks Office)
A. Approve Minutes of:
B. Award bid for Lawn Cutting Services for Meadowbrook Commons to Great Outdoors, the low bidder, in the amount of $33,600.
C. Award bid for Police and Fire Department uniforms to Allie Brothers, the low bidder, based on unit pricing.
D. Award contract to Visionics for Livescan maintenance agreement, printer and printer maintenance agreement, in the amount of $14,370.
E. Acceptance of water main easement from Daniel and Staci Miron for the West Park Drive Water Main Extension project.
F. Acceptance of water main easement and a temporary construction easement from Gary Grandsko for the West Park Water Main Extension project.
G. Approve request from Evergreen III for an Outdoor Gathering Permit and Street Closure Permit at Main Street and Market Street for Wednesday Evening Classic Car Shows May 29 through August 28, 2002.
H. Authorization to seek bids for Lakeshore Park playground equipment.
I. Acceptance of water main easement and a temporary construction easement for Mirage Development, L.L.C. for the West Park Drive Water Main Extension project.
J. Acceptance of water main easement and a temporary construction easement from FPC-Summerlin, L.L.C. for the West Park Drive Water Main Extension project.
K. Approval of Claims and Accounts Warrant No 621.
1. Letter from Joseph Sutschek Re: Expo Center Overlay District.
2. Letter from George Krieger Re: Library Board
3. Letter from Liquor Control Commission Re: Denial of Request for a license Ka Hing
SCHEDULED MEETINGS - All Regular Council meetings are held in the Council Chambers unless otherwise noted.
7 Zoning Board of Appeals 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
9 Parks, Recreation & Forestry Commission 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
13 Library Board Meeting 7:00 p.m. Library
15 Planning Commission 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
16 Ordinance Review Committee 6:00 p.m. Council Chambers
16 Historical Commission 7:30 p.m. Civic Center
20 City Council 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
21 Stormwater Mgmt. and Watershed Stewardship Committee, 7:00 p.m. Civic Center
27 Memorial Day - City Offices Closed
3 City Council 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
4 Zoning Board of Appeals 7:30 Council Chambers
5 Planning Commission 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
10 Council Interviews 7:30 Council Chambers
10 Library Board Meeting 7:00 p.m. Library
13 Parks, Recreation & Forestry 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
17 City Council 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
18 Stormwater Mgmt. and Watershed Stewardship Committee, 7:00 p.m. Civic Center
19 Planning Commission 7:30 p.m. Council Chambers
20 Ordinance Review Committee 6:00 p.m. Council Chambers
NOTICE: People with disabilities needing accommodations for effective participation in this meeting should contact the City Clerk (248) 347-0456 at least two working days in advance of the meeting. An attempt will be made to make reasonable accommodations.