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OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF NOVI
A G E N D A
CALL TO ORDER
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE:
ROLL CALL: Mayor Clark, Mayor Pro Tem Bononi, Council Members Capello, Csordas, Landry, Lorenzo, Sanghvi
APPROVAL OF AGENDA
1. Proclamation for Pauline Druschels Retirement presented by Library Board
2. Fall for Novi Sponsors:
Glen Copeland of Intier Automotive Seating, Marla Feldman of Marty Feldman Chevrolet, Blair Bowman of Novi Expo Center and Central Park Estates, Lou Martin of Providence Hospital of Novi, Gary Jonna of Whitehall Real Estate
2. CITY MANAGER
CONSENT AGENDA (Approval/Removals)
MATTERS FOR COUNCIL ACTION Part I
1. Approval of Resolution adopting the Community Recreation Plan, including the Americans with Disabilities Act Transition Plan, 2003-2008.
2. Consideration of the request of Brightmoor Christian Church and PT Commerce for the first amendment to a development agreement. The applicant is proposing the addition of 2.11 acres of land, which will provide an opportunity for further preservation of natural features on the site north of Thirteen Mile Road and west of the M-5 Connector.
3. Consideration of the request of Erickson Retirement Community the first amendment to the development agreement for Fox Fun Village, incorporating recently approved changes to the Preliminary Site Plan for Phase II.
4. Consideration of request from Mozart Homes for waiver from Design and Construction Standards Section 11-194(a)(7) from the maximum cul-de-sac length of 800 feet, to the requested length of 1,059 feet.
BREAK AT 9:30 PM
MATTERS FOR COUNCIL ACTION Part II
5. Approval of Ordinance No. 03-124.13, an ordinance to amend Chapter 11, "Design and Construction Standards," Article VIII, "Streets, Roadways, and General Right-of-Way Requirements," of the City of Novi Code of Ordinances for the purpose of clarifying the requirement that an aggregate base of sufficient depth be installed under concrete roadways. 2nd Reading
6. Approval of Ordinance No. 03-125.16 amending Section 37-30 Woodlands review process to be addressed by Planning Commission. 2nd Reading
7. Consideration of Ordinance 03-61.01 to provide definitions, penalties, sanctions and enforcement of Municipal Civil Infractions for the purposes of establishing and administrating violations of City ordinance provisions defined to be "Municipal Civil Infractions." 2nd Reading
8. Approval of Ordinance No. 03-172, an ordinance to amend the City of Novi Code of Ordinances to implement a Municipal Civil Infraction penalty for select ordinance provisions. 2nd Reading
9. Consideration of Ordinance Amendment 03-81.20 for ordinance regulating cost recovery for emergency responses to motor vehicle accidents and arrests involving drivers operating motor vehicles under the influence of or impaired by intoxicating liquor and/or controlled substance. 2nd Reading
10. Consideration of Ordinance No. 03-81.21, an amendment to Chapter 33, Traffic and Motor Vehicles of the Novi Code of Ordinances, to adopt by reference as it exists now and in the future the Michigan Vehicle Code to comply with State Statues. 1st Reading
CONSENT AGENDA REMOVALS FOR COUNCIL ACTION: (Consent Agenda items, which have been removed for discussion and/or action)
MAYOR AND COUNCIL ISSUES
1. Revisit request by Fountain Walk Manager, Schostak Brothers & Co., for updates to City Vending Regulations Mayor Clark
CONSENT AGENDA: (Background information for Consent Agenda items is available for review at the City Clerks Office)
A. Approve Minutes of:
B. Approval of Traffic Control Order 03-11 implementation of 35 mph Speed Limit on Thirteen Mile Road between Novi Road and Paramount and 25 mph on Thirteen Mile Road and Old Novi Road between Linhart and Paramount.
C. Approval of Traffic Control Order 03-13 for the installation of a Stop sign southbound Queens Pointe Drive to stop at Kings Pointe Drive.
D. Approval of Traffic Control Order 03-14 to void TCO No. 80-74 southbound Queens Pointe Drive to yield at Kings Pointe Drive.
E. Approval of the Storm Drainage Maintenance Agreement and to accept the water main on-site, and off-site sanitary sewer for the North Novi Medical Building, located at 39525 Fourteen Mile Road, as public utilities.
F. Approval of request from Visions Salon to transfer Massage Business License from 22002 Novi Road to 26800 Beck Road.
G. Approval to set a Public Hearing on November 10, 2003 for the 2004 Community Development Block Grant Fund program.
H. Approval of Resolution Number 1 for Echo Valley Subdivision Water Main Extension Special Assessment No. 171 to residents on Woodham.
I. Approval of License Agreement with Yorkshire Place Subdivision Homeowners Association for the placement of a new subdivision Entryway sign, an irrigation system, and plant materials within the Citys right-of-way in the median island of Dover Boulevard
J. Approval of 2004 Contract to receive Suburban Mobility Authority for Regional Transportation (SMART) Municipal Credit Funds in the amount of $44,713.
K. Approval of Final Pay Estimate No. 4 for the Rotary Park Restroom Building in the amount of $16,687.30, to Richmar Construction, Inc.
L. Approval of Balancing Change Order No. 1, reducing the contract award by $48,357.70 and Final Pay Estimate #7 in the amount of $32,817.40, with Cadillac Asphalt Paving Company for the Ten Mile Road Intersections Improvement Project.
M. Approval to award bid for Clothing and Sports Apparel to American Silkscreen, the low bidder, based on unit pricing.
N. Award snow removal and salt application contract for Meadowbrook Commons to J. C.'s Lawn Care as recommended by Midwest Management (estimated annual cost of $25,000-35,000).
O. Approval of Claims and Accounts Warrant No. 659
SCHEDULED MEETINGS - All Regular Council meetings are held in the Council Chambers unless otherwise noted.
5 Planning Commission Council Chambers 7:30 p.m.
6 Zoning Board of Appeals Council Chambers 7:30 p.m.
10 City Council Council Chambers 7:30 p.m.
10 Library Board Library Meeting Room 7:00 p.m.
11 Veterans Day City Offices Closed
13 Parks, Recreation & Forestry Council Chambers 7:30 p.m.
19 Planning Commission Council Chambers 7:30 p.m.
20 Ordinance Review Committee Council Chambers 6:00 p.m.
20 Historical Commission Civic Center 7:00 p.m.
24 City Council Council Chambers 7:30 p.m.
27 Thanksgiving Holiday City Offices Closed
28 Thanksgiving Holiday City Offices Closed
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