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					                                   AGENDA
                          Charter Township of Shelby
                       Board of Trustees Regular Meeting
                      Shelby Township Municipal Building
                  52700 Van Dyke, Shelby Township, Michigan
                     Tuesday, December 6, 2011 - 7:00 P.M.

 ____________________________________________________________________

CALL MEETING TO ORDER

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

INVOCATION

AWARDS & PRESENTATIONS

ROLL CALL

PUBLIC HEARING

1.   AVON GEAR COMPANY – Application for Industrial Facilities Exemption
     Certificate – 11968 Investment Drive

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA (Subject to Amendment)

A.   Minutes:     November 15, 2011 – Regular Meeting
                  November 16, 2011 – Work Session – Discussions regarding
                  Shelby Manor, IT Projects, Final Budget, and GASB 54

B.   Treasurer requests:
     1.    authorization to negotiate with the local school districts for the
           collection of Summer 2012 school taxes.

     2.     adoption of Resolution to Waive Property Tax Administration Fee and
            Late Penalty Charge.

C.   Bill Run in the amount of $979,256.20.

APPROVAL OF AGENDA (Subject to Amendment)

CORRESPONDENCE

2.   AVON GEAR COMPANY requests approval of an Industrial Facilities
     Exemption Certificate; 11968 Investment Drive.

3.   UNIFIED MANAGEMENT SERVICES (Shelby Manor Apartments) requests an
     increase of the maintenance portion of rent beginning January 2, 2012.
PLANNING COMMISSION

4.    PLANNER requests approval of an amendment to the Consent Judgment re:
      Hallmark Development Company vs. Charter Township of Shelby, et al.

DEPARTMENTAL & COMMITTEE

5.    SUPERVISOR requests approval of:
      a.  ballot language regarding a new District Court Building.

      b.    approval of FY 2011 Budget as amended and FY 2012 Budget.

6.    CLERK requests decision regarding the January 3, 2012 Regular Board
      Meeting.

7.    HUMAN RESOURCE DIRECTOR requests:
      a.  to hire full-time Ordinance Enforcement Officer to fill vacancy.

      b.    the Board’s decision on Public Act 152 - Publicly Funded Health
            Insurance Contribution Act.

8.    FINANCE DIRECTOR requests:
      a.   approval for the Service Agreement for Logos.Net Human Resources
           upgrade.

      b.    approval of Resolution to Adopt Public Act 149.

      c.    adoption of    the   Fund    Balance   Classification   Policies   and
            Procedures.

9.    DPW DIRECTOR requests approval to:
      a.   award the contract for construction of a Sanitary Sewer lead.

      b.    enter into a one-year service agreement with Honeywell Building
            Solutions for the DPW Building.

10.   FIRE CHIEF requests approval to purchase a replacement ambulance.

APPOINTMENTS TO COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS

11.   PARKS & RECREATION COMMITTEE requests one appointment.

TOWNSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR – 5 minute time limit per individual

CLOSED SESSION

MOTION TO ADJOURN

              A group spokesperson is encouraged on agenda items.
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Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services at the meeting should
               contact the Shelby Township Clerk’s Office at 586-731-5102,
                   TDD 586-726-2731, 7 days prior to the meeting.




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                         CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY
                          MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                            NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING

      PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that a Public Hearing will be held before the Township

Board of the Charter Township of Shelby, Macomb County, Michigan, on Tuesday,

December 6, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. in the Board Room of the Township Municipal Building

located at 52700 Van Dyke Avenue, Shelby Township, Michigan 48316, upon the

application for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate (Tax Abatement)

submitted by Avon Gear Company, 11968 Investment Drive, Shelby Township,

Michigan 48315.       A copy of said application has been submitted to the Township

Assessor and to the legislative body of each taxing unit which levies ad valorem

property taxes in the Charter Township of Shelby and which may be affected by said

application. A copy of said application is on file at the Township offices and may be

obtained during regular business hours.

      The applicant, Township Assessor, a representative of each of the affected

taxing units, and any resident or taxpayer of the Charter Township of Shelby shall have

the right to appear at said Public Hearing and be heard by the Township Board.

      Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or service at the meeting

should contact the Shelby Township Clerk’s Office at 586-731-5102, or

TDD 586-726-2731.
                                                            Terri Kowal, MMC
                                                            Township Clerk

Publish:     THE SOURCE
             November 27, 2011
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF
SHELBY BOARD OF TRUSTEES HELD ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 15, 2011 IN THE
BOARD ROOM OF THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING, 52700 VAN DYKE, SHELBY
TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN.

The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Supervisor Richard Stathakis.

An invocation was led by Assistant Pastor Matt Hendrigsman of Shelby Bible Church,
47905 Hayes Road, Shelby Township, followed by the Pledge of Allegiance.

AWARDS & PRESENTATIONS

Mr. Stathakis briefly reviewed the Township Board’s level of openness and
transparency and improvements made to achieve these goals.

Thanks to our employees and the Board of Trustees, Mr. Stathakis was happy to
announce that Shelby Township will officially record its third consecutive surplus for the
general budget.         Our net surplus in 2011 will be at least $300,000.       This was
accomplished without cutting services and without laying off any employees. In 2008,
the general fund balance was almost $7 million.        By this coming December 31, our
fund balance will be approximately $9.3 million.       The $2.3 million was added to our
fund balance during the three most challenging years ever in this Township by following
the operating strategies agreed upon by this Board during the first weeks of taking
office. He read the objectives contained in this document – balance the budget without
use of reserves, work to achieve our top priorities with no increase in taxes, and no cuts
in essential services, i.e. fire, police and EMS.

The progress made on the 2011 priorities was reviewed.            This presentation was
followed by an overview of the 2012 priorities established with input from the Township
Board, department heads, and the residents.

Mr. Phil Randazzo, our Veterans Events Coordinator, was in attendance. He thanked
the residents of Shelby Township for partaking in the Veterans Day ceremony, which
was a well-attended event.

Mr. Flynn thanked Mr. Randazzo for the excellent job he did in coordinating this event.
This was the biggest turnout we have had in many years.          He thanked all of the
veterans and their families for their attendance.

American Legion Post 351 – Flag of Heroes Presentation to Police and Fire Chiefs

A presentation of the Flag of Heroes was made to the Police Chief and Fire Chief by
Peter Olesen, the Commander at the American Legion Post 351.        The flag contained
the names of every first responder who perished in the 9/11 attack.       Commander
Olesen thanked Fire Chief Gene Shepherd and Acting Police Chief Roland Woelkers for
their service to the community along with those under their command.

Commander Olesen informed the audience that Lance Corporal Ryan Boland of the
United States Marine Corp, and also a Shelby Township resident, was injured while
serving in Afghanistan. He is recuperating at the Balboa Naval Hospital in California.
He will be going to rehab in a couple of weeks. American Legion Post 351 conducted
a fundraiser to assist the family with their expenses. Commander Olesen also asked
that the residents keep the Boland family in their prayers.

Shelby Township Fire Department IAFF 1338 Presentation of check to Children’s
Hospital

Firefighter Robert Muylaert of the Shelby Township Fire Department IAFF 1338
presented a check in the amount of $4,500 to the Children’s Hospital of Michigan
Foundation for cardiovascular research. This check represents proceeds from their
charity golf outing and other charity fundraisers.    Firefighter Muylaert listed other
charity events that the Fire Department holds throughout the year and other work they
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do within the community.       Further information can be obtained on their website at
www.shelbytwpfd.com.

Fire Chief – New Medevac arrangement

Fire Chief Gene Shepherd provided information regarding the new Medevac program.
They did research and Henry Ford Hospital has air ambulances available to us 24 hours
a day. We invited them to come out and do some training with our Fire Department.
They are located in Pontiac and if we made a phone call they would be here within 14
minutes. This is another tool that the Fire Department has researched to provide other
options to get a Shelby Township resident or anyone who crosses our path to the
hospital in a real emergency.

Library Director to announce Shelby Township Library’s 40th Birthday Celebration

Mr. David Conklin, Library Director, announced that the Shelby Township Library’s 40th
birthday celebration will be held tomorrow.    On November 16, 1971 the Board at the
time voted unanimously 7-0 to establish a Library.          The Friends of the Shelby
Township Library have purchased a cake that will be served between noon and 2:00
p.m. and between 5:00 p.m. and 7:00 p.m.        They also bought the Library a special
birthday gift which will be on display during the celebration. He invited everyone to
attend.

Downtown Development Authority Project Update

Mr. Glenn Wynn provided an update on the Downtown Development Authority projects.
He made a slide presentation explaining the purpose of the DDA and its makeup.
The DDA has focused on four major improvement projects that have been started.
They include the streetscape enhancement project which encompasses street lighting,
street signs, landscaping and a special assessment district. Recognizing that the DDA
had a plan, they tried to find a way to apply those standards to some new development
in the future. They are focusing on the area between 23 Mile Road and 24 Mile Road
because there was a road construction project going on and these improvements could
be done simultaneously.

Members Present:           Richard Stathakis, Terri Kowal, Paul Viar,
                           Paula Filar, Michael Flynn, Lisa Manzella,
                           Douglas Wozniak

Also Present:              Robert Huth, Township Attorney
                           Carol Thurber, Township Engineer

PUBLIC HEARING

APPROVAL OF CONSENT AGENDA

A.    Minutes:     November 1, 2011 – Regular Meeting

Approve the minutes as presented.

B.    Bill Run in the amount of $1,548,094.41.

Approve the Bill Run in the amount of $1,548,094.41, as presented.

MOTION by Kowal, supported by Manzella, to approve the Consent Agenda, as
presented.
Roll Call Vote:  Ayes: Kowal, Manzella, Stathakis, Viar,
                       Wozniak, Filar, Flynn
                 Nays: none
Motion carried.
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APPROVAL OF AGENDA

MOTION by Kowal, supported by Manzella, to approve the agenda, with the addition of
Item #10 – Clerk’s Retirement Letter.
Motion carried.

CORRESPONDENCE

1.     AZTECA’S MEXICAN RESTAURANT, INC. requests to transfer ownership
       and location of escrowed Class C-SDM Liquor License with Dance Permit
       to be located at 45581 Mound Road.

Mr. Scott Edwards, the attorney representing the owners of the Azteca’s Mexican
Restaurant, was in attendance.         The applicants are asking for a transfer of a liquor
license and not a quota license.      They have operated an existing business in Shelby
Township for nearly 10 years. By obtaining a liquor license, they feel they will be able
to compete with other restaurants in the area. They offer a family friendly atmosphere
and would like to provide this additional service to its customers.

MOTION by Flynn, supported by Viar, to transfer ownership of escrowed 2009 Class C
& SDM Licensed Business with Dance Permit, located at 37030 Jefferson, Harrison
Township, MI 48045, Harrison Township, Macomb County from VSmith, Inc. to Azteca’s
Mexican Restaurant, Inc.; Transfer Location and Governmental Unit (MCL 436.1531(1)
to 45581 Mound, Shelby Township, MI 48317, Shelby Township, Macomb County, and
to add a Sunday Sales Permit.

Mr. Stathakis added that the Board has been notified that all necessary requirements
have been met, and the Township departments reviewing this matter are satisfied.

Motion carried.

                                STATE OF MICHIGAN
                    DEPARTMENT OF CONSUMER & INDUSTRY SERVICES
                           LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION

                                        RESOLUTION

At a ___Regular_______ meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby Board of Trustees
      (Regular or Special)

called to order by Richard Stathakis, Supervisor on November 15, 2011 at 7:00 P.M.

The following resolution was offered:

Moved by            Flynn          and supported by              Viar

That the request to transfer ownership of escrowed 2009 Class C & SDM Licensed
Business with Dance Permit, located at 37030 Jefferson, Harrison Township, MI 48045,
Harrison Township, Macomb County from VSmith, Inc. to Azteca’s Mexican Restaurant,
Inc.; Transfer location & Governmental Unit (MCL 436.1531(1) to 45581 Mound, Shelby
Township, MI 48317, Shelby Township, Macomb County, and request to add Sunday Sales
Permit

be considered for                        Approval
                                   (Approval or Disapproval)

               APPROVAL                                  DISAPPROVAL

       Yeas: Flynn, Viar, Wozniak, Filar,               Yeas: _____________________
             Kowal, Manzella, Stathakis

       Nays: None                                      Nays:

       Absent: None                                    Absent:
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                         NOVEMBER 15, 2011            PAGE 4



It is the consensus of this legislative body that the application be:

_______________Recommended________________________________ for issuance
          (Recommended or not Recommended)

PLANNING COMMISSION

2.     ROGER DEHOEK (Meijer Gas Station) requests Special Land Use approval
       for property located on the north side of Hall Road, west of Hayes; 15055 Hall
       Road; #11-18 (SLU-9).

Mr. Wynn indicated that Meijer’s is proposing the addition of a convenience store and
fueling station at their existing facility on Hall Road just west of Hayes. The addition
will be located at the southwest corner of the site.        Extensive improvements will be
made to the driveway serving the site to accommodate this particular addition.
Improvements will include some changes to the configuration of the driveway.          The
site is large enough to accommodate this expansion without interfering with the traffic
flow to the rest of the site. Our engineering consultant reviewed the plans and we also
retained the service of a traffic consultant.         They both came back with strong
recommendations. As a safety feature, there will be a new signal installed in front of the
parcel to gain access to the site.       The Planning Commission reviewed the plans and
unanimously recommended approval.

MOTION by Filar, supported by Manzella,    to approve Special Land Use application
#11-18 (SLU-9) to permit the development of a gas station on the north side of Hall
Road west of Hayes Road based on the following findings:

1. Introducing a gas station at this location is consistent with the predominantly retail
   development pattern evident along this portion of Hall Road.

2. There are no abutting residential uses that would be adversely impacted by this
   development.

3. Sufficient room is available on the site to accommodate this use and comply with all
   applicable zoning ordinance requirements.

4. The addition of a gas station on this site is a complimentary land use to the existing
   shopping center that is a potential convenience to existing shoppers.

5. The site plan provides convenient and safe access to Hall Road and the rest of the
   shopping center.

Motion carried.

3.     PLANNING DIRECTOR requests that the Board accept the proposed site
       plan for expansion of the U.S. Farathane building, 11650 Park Court, and for
       authorization for Township Attorney and the Planning Director to continue
       the process of modifying the Consent Judgment in Hallmark Development
       Company vs. Charter Township of Shelby, et al.

Mr. Wynn stated they were before the Board in July with what they felt was a significant
economic development opportunity.           U.S. Farathane Corp. is considering a very
substantial building expansion to accommodate their business. They currently occupy
a 90,000 square foot building and have approximately 213 employees.              They have
been at this site for approximately 20 years.           The proposed expansion will more
than double the size of the building and create an anticipated 124 new jobs.           This
will result in a corresponding increase in tax revenue as well.        What is unique about
this site is the expansion opportunity is limited by lack of available land area. The only
opportunity for expansion is to the south on property which is occupied by what is
known as “Lombardo Park”.           This is an undeveloped portion of the park. It was
never in the program for any active recreation. The only active recreation on the site is
located to the south near 22 Mile Road.         This particular property has been regulated
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to be developed in compliance with the Consent Judgment that goes back to 1998.
There were 3 parties to that Consent Judgment – Shelby Township, the owners of the
mobile home park, and the industrial development to the north.        As part of that
agreement in 1998, the Township was given the right to develop approximately 30 acres
of the land for Lombardo Park and was given money by the developer to accomplish
that.

Mr. Wynn is here this evening to provide an update on the plans and request
authorization for Mr. Huth and himself to proceed.

Mrs. Filar referred to the previous minutes and stated the Board asked that this item go
back to Planning.       Is this step prior to bringing this matter back to Planning? Mr.
Wynn responded they talked about this internally and didn’t feel it is necessary. Since it
was a Consent Judgment, it can go right to the Board. Because of the timeframe they
didn’t feel it needed to go back to the Planning Commission.

Mr. Huth addressed Mrs. Filar’s concern.             The Planning Commission is a
recommending body to listen to ideas regarding this matter.          Whether it goes to
Planning or not, the Board will ultimately decide how the final site should look. They
are trying to move the process along.

Mrs. Filar asked since the motion says to return this issue to Planning, she is wondering
if procedurally we have to do that or can we make a motion tonight to say we don’t have
to do that.

Mr. Huth said if the motion passes tonight to continue the process without going to
Planning that is one avenue. If the Board feels they need that additional input then the
Board should state so in this motion.

The representative from U.S. Farathane was in attendance. He informed the Board
that the addition to the project is to the south of the existing building which is on Park
Court to the west of Corporate Drive. The proposed addition is 110,000 square feet.
He pointed out the new circulation pattern around the facility on the plans before the
Board which will include additional parking and a new service access to the building.
The existing buffer is to the south of the site and they will provide an additional buffer
along the south and east corner.         The building design will be consistent with the
existing facility on Park Court meeting the standards for building height and setback.
He addressed landscaping and vehicle traffic and truck traffic into the courtyard
consistent with Planning requirements.

MOTION by Kowal, supported by Flynn, to accept the site plan proposing the expansion
of the U.S. Farathane building at 11650 Park Court and to further authorize the
Township Attorney and Planning Director to prepare a modified Consent Judgment for
consideration by the Township Board.

Mr. Flynn informed the audience that completion of this project would save existing jobs
and create new jobs.       He was told by the representative that they currently have
roughly 213 employees. With the expansion over the next three years they are looking
at 120 additional jobs.

Mr. Wynn provided additional input.     Their original concern was park expansion. In
the original plan included in the backup it shows the active recreation on the south end
and more passive recreation on the north end. There is an extensive land area in
between which can still be developed for recreational purposes. Mr. Youngblood was
part of this discussion and was in agreement with the amount of property available for
park expansion.

Motion carried.

DEPARTMENTAL & COMMITTEE
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4.    SUPERVISOR requests approval to authorize testing of the Dry Sprinkler
      System at Shelby Manor Senior Housing.

Mr. Stathakis advised that the Board members are being asked to consider the proposal
to update the dry sprinkler system at Shelby Manor. Our Township Engineer Fazal
Khan has worked with Fire Marshal Dean Kueppers regarding the appropriate system
for the Shelby Manor apartments. The Township Engineer is recommending that the
Board approve a proposal by DiHydro Services to perform the necessary work. The
proposed cost is $15,405.

MOTION by Flynn, supported by Viar, to authorize DiHydro Services, Inc. to proceed
with the testing of the Dry Sprinkler System at Shelby Manor Senior Housing, inclusive
of Buildings A, B and C, thereby enabling compliance with Fire Safety Code NFPA 25-
5.3.1.1.5.

Thomas Turner, 4524 Maeder, expressed his comments/concerns regarding this issue.

Motion carried.

5.    PRM DIRECTOR requests approval to purchase Fisher Poly-Caster Hopper
      Spreader.

Mr. Youngblood, Parks & Recreation Director, is seeking permission from the Board to
purchase a dual motor spreader.       It will be placed on the back of a truck and used to
disburse salt in the winter.  It will be replacing their current spreader that is 10 years
old and will allow them to purchase salt in bulk quantities at a cheaper rate.        This
purchase was placed on our website and we received six bids from various companies.

MOTION by Viar, supported by Manzella, to approve the recommendation of Parks,
Recreation, & Maintenance Director, Joe Youngblood, to purchase the Fisher dual
motor poly-caster hopper spreader from Canfield Equipment Service, Inc. for a bid
price of $5,969.00. The purchase of this equipment is consistent with the PRM 5-yr
capital plan and funds for this purchase are available in account 692-789-985-000.
Motion carried.

6.    BUILDING DIRECTOR requests approval to award contract for Fiber Optic
      and Data Cabling project for new Police Building.

Mr. Stathakis thanked Mr. Wood, Building Director, for coordinating this bid process.

Mr. Flynn stated when we sent this project out for bid, we had estimated the cost to be
about $36,000. The bid process resulted in a substantial savings to the Township.
Also included in the backup is a slightly more advanced technology system. We are
receiving a better system for less money.

MOTION by Flynn, supported by Manzella, to award Gemellaro Systems Integration
a contract for the Fiber Optic and Data Cabling Project for the new Police Building,
including the alternate to upgrade the fiber optic cable and Addendum #1 for coaxial
cabling, in accordance with the terms and conditions of the Request for Proposal,
for the total amount of $30,180.00. Funds are available in account #692-305-975-
207.
Motion carried.

7.    DPW DIRECTOR requests:
      a.   approval to hire consultant to evaluate and make
           recommendations for further development to the township’s GIS
           system.

Mr. Stathakis advised that Mr. Miller, Assistant DPW Director, has been working
with the Township Engineer Fazal Khan for the continued development of the GIS
system for the Township.    Mr. Miller and Mr. Khan both suggested that the next
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logical step would be to engage the services of a consultant to evaluate and make
recommendations regarding the next step in the process.

MOTION by Filar, supported by Viar, to concur with the recommendation of Ted
Schoenherr, Director of Public Works and Fazal Khan & Associates, Inc., Township
Engineer, to engage the services of Geographical Information Services, Inc, (GISi) to
perform a “health check” according to their proposal dated November 1, 2011 in the
amount of $5,000. Funds are available in Account No. 596-807-000.

Thomas Turner, 4524 Maeder, expressed his comments/concerns regarding this
issue.

Mr. Miller explained that the GIS system is a computerized mapping system that will
allow us to put our water, sewer and other public utilities as well as various other
sources of information into the computer system for easy accessibility.      We are
currently using hard copy maps.       This will make our operations more efficient.
We will be able to protect private property in the event of emergencies such as a
water main break or sewer backups.          They can locate valves and shut things
down.

Mrs. Kowal said it hasn’t been that long ago that the Board had a meeting to talk
about going with the County’s GIS system. Mr. Miller indicated that meeting was
held approximately a month and a half ago.        We were exploring the possibility of
going with the County GIS system vs. updating our current Township system.
This “health check” will give us the feasibility to assess our needs and provide an
implementation path to determine what is the best course of action.

Mrs. Kowal asked if this was sent out for bid. Mr. Miller responded no.  Both he
and the Township Engineer researched this matter.       This company seems to be
the only one in the area that performs this service.

Motion carried.

Mrs. Kowal voted “nay”.

       b.     to accept the petitions to create Special Assessment District 33-
              S-2011, Sanitary Sewers along Van Dyke, from 22 Mile Road to
              approximately 1000 feet south of 21 Mile Road (DDA project).

Mr. Stathakis advised the Township is working toward installing sanitary sewers along
Van Dyke from 22 Mile Road to 1000 feet south of 21 Mile Road. The signatures on
the petition are sufficient.  The first step of this process is to create a special
assessment district.

Mr. Miller explained that 51% of the properties within the district are required to be
compliant with Public Act 188 to establish a special assessment district.      According to
our Acting Deputy Assessor, the signatures have been verified, and the petitions are at
51.18%.     The cost of the project will be paid by the participants in the district either in
a lump sum or spread over a 10-year period with interest.

MOTION by Filar, supported by Manzella, to concur with the recommendation of
Ted Schoenherr, Director of Public Works, and accept petitions to establish Special
Assessment District 33-S-2011 – Sanitary sewers along Van Dyke from 22 Mile
Road to approximately 1000 feet south of 21 Mile Road and to direct the
Department of Public Works to proceed with the resolution process. This is a
Downtown Development Authority Project.

Thomas Turner, 4524 Maeder, expressed his comments/concerns regarding this
issue.
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Mr. Hellebuyck, Chairman of the DDA, provided input with regard to the goals of the
DDA and this sanitary sewer extension.     He explained how the process began
and how it proceeded to this point.

Mr. Mitch O’Connor, a consultant working on behalf of the DDA, explained his role
in this SAD process.

Mrs. Filar informed the audience of the DDA’s involvement in this project.   They
had to spend up-front money to get this project on board, obtain estimated costs to
provide to the residents, and hire a company to get a sufficient number of
signatures on the petition.

Motion carried.

      c.     to adopt Resolution No. 1, Special Assessment District 33-S-2011,
             Sanitary Sewers, along Van Dyke, from 22 Mile Road to
             approximately 1000 feet south of 21 Mile Road (DDA project).

MOTION by Filar, supported by Manzella, to adopt Resolution No. 1, Special
Assessment District 33-S-2011, Sanitary Sewers, along Van Dyke, from 22 Mile
Road to approximately 1000 feet south of 21 Mile Road, as presented, and to direct
the Township Engineer to prepare the plans and estimates for the project. This is a
Downtown Development Authority Project.

Mrs. Manzella indicated this project started when she was a member of the DDA. It is
important to many commercial businesses on Van Dyke to have sanitary sewers.
Some of the restaurants and car washes are having a very difficult time working with old
septic systems.     This will enhance the property values along Van Dyke and it could
very well attract other restaurants and businesses locating to the Van Dyke corridor
because of the availability of sanitary sewers.    She is glad that the DDA diligently
pursued this and she appreciates their efforts.

Motion carried.

                   CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY
                            MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                                   S.A.D. 33-S-2011
                                  RESOLUTION NO. 1

   Memorandum of a Resolution adopted at a regular meeting of the Township Board
   of the Charter Township of Shelby, County of Macomb, State of Michigan, held in
   the Township Municipal Building, 52700 Van Dyke Avenue, Shelby Township,
   Michigan 48316 on November 15, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.
PRESENT:     Members Richard H. Stathakis, Terri Kowal, Paul Viar, Paula Filar,
             Michael Flynn, Lisa Manzella, Douglas Wozniak

ABSENT:      Members: None

   The following preamble and resolution were offered by Member             Filar     and
   supported by Member Manzella .
       WHEREAS, Petitions have been received pursuant to Act No. 188 of the Public
Acts of Michigan of 1954, as amended, being MCLA 41.721 et seq., signed by the
record owners of lands constituting more than fifty (50%) percent of the total land area
in a proposed special assessment district for the construction, improvement and/or
maintenance of the following improvement:

                               SANITARY SEWER
      Sanitary sewer along Van Dyke from 22 Mile Road to approximately 1000 feet
south of 21 Mile Road; and,
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       WHEREAS, the Township Board desires to proceed with the improvement.
       NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT AND IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED that:

       (1)     The Township Engineer prepares plans describing the improvement and
the location thereof with an estimate of the cost of the improvement on a fixed basis.
       (2)     Upon receipt of the plans and estimate they shall be filed with the
Township Clerk.
       (3)     All resolutions and parts of resolutions insofar as they conflict with the
provisions of this Resolution be and they are hereby rescinded.
AYES:          Members Filar, Manzella, Stathakis, Viar, Wozniak, Flynn, Kowal

NAYS:         Members     None

ABSENT:       Members     None

RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

8.     HUMAN RESOURCE DIRECTOR requests approval of Job Description for
       Chief of Police.

MOTION by Viar, supported by Wozniak, to approve the job description for the position
of Chief of Police as presented.

Mrs. Kowal had concerns regarding some of the responsibilities, essential duties and
functions. She believes some of them are very subjective and they would be difficult to
measure. She provided specific items of concern. She will not be voting to approve
this job description.

Mrs. Manzella had similar concerns and also would not be voting to approve this job
description.

Mr. Stathakis responded to their concerns and provided examples.

Mrs. Kowal understands what Mr. Stathakis is saying and believes he has a good
understanding of what he is looking for. Her concern is this job description will be here
long after the Supervisor is gone if we have a chief who is employed at the Township for
a long period of time. The next Supervisor that comes in may not have the same
understanding.     The items that she feels are subjective could be looked at in several
different ways. That is her concern.

Mr. Viar referred to an item in the job description which states to prepare and submit a
written annual detail of Police Department operational review to the Supervisor to be
distributed to the Board of Trustees. He doesn’t believe this has been done in the past
in the Police Department. He feels it is very necessary that this review be written and
supervised by the Chief to give the Board a detailed explanation of how the Police
Department operates.

Mr. Stathakis believes this will provide a very clear evaluation and these success factors
will give us the ability to manage.

Mrs. Manzella stated there are many items in the job description that she feels are
important and agrees with. She is also in favor of the annual review which will be very
helpful to the Board. Many items are very clear and necessary. However, she agrees
with Mrs. Kowal that some of them are subjective. She wishes we had other Police
Chief job descriptions from surrounding communities to compare this to and see what
they are doing. She is uncomfortable with a few of the items.

Roll Call Vote:      Ayes: Filar, Wozniak, Flynn, Stathakis, Viar
                     Nays: Kowal, Manzella
Motion carried.

APPOINTMENTS TO COMMITTEES & COMMISSIONS
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                       NOVEMBER 15, 2011              PAGE 10



9.     DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY – One appointment

Mr. Stathakis was asked how many candidates he interviewed for the vacancy on the
DDA. He responded there were approximately 30 applications and he was able to
contact 29 of the applicants.

Mrs. Kowal believes that Mr. D’Agostini would be an excellent member.    However,
Mr. Mancini was on the DDA as a property owner and she believes that Mr. D’Agostini
doesn’t own any property in the DDA.    She is concerned about that.

Mr. Stathakis responded that this was reviewed and we do have a property owner
already on the DDA and that is more than enough. Mrs. Kowal thought it had to be a
certain percentage.

Mr. Huth replied that is correct, and the percentage has been met.

MOTION by Filar, supported by Viar, to appoint Eugene D’Agostini to serve as a
Member of the Downtown Development Authority for the remainder of the originally
designated term commencing November 15, 2011, and ending March 31, 2013.

Mrs. Manzella asked if Mr. D’Agostini is a broker. Mr. Wozniak said he didn’t think so.
Mrs. Manzella feels it is important to have a realtor on the DDA and she was hoping he
was and it just wasn’t included on the application.

Mr. Flynn said that Mr. English was appointed as a new member last year and he is a
property owner within the DDA. This will probably be offsetting.

Motion carried.

10.    Clerk’s Retirement Letter

Mrs. Kowal said it is her understanding that the Board needs to accept a letter of
retirement from her in order for the Board to move along to replace her.

She read her letter of “notice of retirement” into the record.

MOTION by Viar, supported by Filar, to accept the resignation of the Township Clerk,
Terri Kowal, effective January 2, 2012 as spelled out in her letter to the Board of
Trustees dated November 15, 2011.
Motion carried.

TOWNSHIP ANNOUNCEMENTS

Mr. Flynn made the following recreational announcements:

Shelby Township’s Christmas Aglow will be held on Thursday, December 1 at 7:00 p.m.
on the Shelby Township Municipal Grounds. This is a free event which will include a
visit from Santa and Mrs. Claus.

Breakfast with Santa and Friends will be held at the Community Center on Saturday,
December 3 at both 9:30 a.m. and 11:30 a.m. Pre-registration is required. The cost
is $7 per person for residents.

Dinner and Dancing with Santa Claus will be held at the Cherry Creek Banquet Center
on Thursday, December 8 at 6:00 p.m. Pre-registration is required.

For further information or to register for these events, call the Parks & Recreation
Office at 731-0300 or visit their website at www.shelbyparksandrecreation.org.

“Know Resolve” is sponsoring their 5th Annual Benefit Dinner and Concert for suicide
prevention and Awareness on Saturday, November 19 at the Mirage Banquet Center in
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                     NOVEMBER 15, 2011                PAGE 11


Clinton Township. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. with dinner at 7:30 p.m. The cost is $600
for a table of 10 or $65 per person. For further information, visit their website at
www.knowresolve.org or by calling 877-228-9550.

Mr. Flynn stated we recently had a school election. As he and Mrs. Kowal have
pointed out repeatedly, it is expensive to the taxpayers to have these school elections
in off years. He is happy to report that the State Senate Committee has proposed
two bills to move all school board elections to the even November election dates
starting in 2012. These are Senate Bill 427 and House Bill 4005. He encouraged
the audience to contact their State Senator Jack Brandenburg or State Representative
Pete Lund to make their thoughts known on this issue.

Mrs. Filar said we are into the yard waste collection season.   The collection has been
extended one week this year.

She wished everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving.

Mr. Stathakis announced that the Biggby Coffee 2nd Annual Jingle Bell Charity Run will
be held on December 18 to benefit the Shelby Township Lions Club Christmas Food
Basket Program. For further information, call Michael Ward at 586-484-5523.

Mrs. Kowal thanked everyone who voted at our last election. We had almost a 21%
turnout, which is high for a school election. She appreciates all of the efforts of the
election workers and staff members.

Mrs. Kowal announced her retirement tonight. She thanked the residents. She had an
outpouring of phone calls and e-mails wishing her well. She will be the City Clerk in
Auburn Hills. She had 21 years of board meetings in Shelby Township. She loves
the residents in Shelby Township. She has lived here since 1971 and she has grown
to know so many people in her job here as Clerk. If it was for the residents and staff
members, she would be here forever.        She will be enjoying the meetings on the other
side of the aisle and will be in the audience starting the first meeting in January.

Mrs. Manzella wished everyone a Happy Thanksgiving and she wished Mrs. Kowal
good luck. She will be missed. She has done a lot of work in the Township and
she hopes Mrs. Kowal remains active in the community.

The Eisenhower Instrumental Music Boosters are having their annual Craft Sale on
Saturday, November 19 from 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

The 2012 “Revvin for Relay” classic car calendars are now available. They are
featuring local businesses and local classic car owners. The cost is $15 each and
the proceeds benefit the American Cancer Society Relay for Life. Contact Diana
at 586-781-8452 for further information.

Everyone is invited to a Jack of Spades Progressive Card Game at Hamlin Pub
located at 22 Mile Road and Hayes on Wednesday from 5:00 p.m. until 7:00 p.m.
for complimentary appetizers. This will benefit the “Helping Hands” Foundation.
Tickets can be purchased for $1 at any one of the Hamlin Pubs. The drawings will be
every Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. For further information, call 586-739-2727.

Mr. Wozniak said best wishes to Mrs. Kowal in her new endeavors.

There is a new business located in our DDA District called the New Rink. It is
occupying the building of the current Rink. On Mondays they are sponsoring a
Christian Music Night from 6:30 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.    For more information, call
731-5006.
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                    NOVEMBER 15, 2011              PAGE 12


BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR

The following individuals expressed their comments/concerns regarding this issue:

       Bob Vavro, 54640 Carrington
       Thomas Turner, 4524 Maeder
       Ron Churchill, 52811 Mound
       Michael Ward, 56132 Parkview

CLOSED SESSION

11.    Discussion of Police Command and 911 Collective Bargaining Agreements
       with Township Labor Attorney.

12.    Discussion of litigation entitled Michigan Department of Natural Resources
       and Environment v. Charter Township of Shelby with the Township
       Attorney.

MOTION by Kowal, supported by Flynn, to recess to Closed Session to discuss
Police Command and 911 Collective Bargaining Agreements with the Township
Labor Attorney, and to discuss litigation entitled Michigan Department of Natural
Resources and Environment v. Charter Township of Shelby with the Township
Attorney.
Roll Call Vote:     Ayes: Kowal, Flynn, Manzella, Stathakis,
                           Viar, Wozniak, Filar
                    Nays: none
Motion carried.

The meeting recessed at 9:22 p.m.

The meeting reconvened at 9:46 p.m.

Roll Call:          Richard Stathakis, Terri Kowal, Paul Viar,
                    Paula Filar, Michael Flynn, Lisa Manzella,
                    Doug Wozniak

MOTION by Kowal, supported by Wozniak, to proceed with MDNR vs. Shelby
Township as discussed in Closed Session.
Motion carried.

MOTION by Viar, supported by Flynn, to adjourn.
Motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 9:47 p.m.


ds
MINUTES OF THE WORK SESSION OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF
SHELBY BOARD OF TRUSTEES HELD ON WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 16,
2011 IN THE LOBBY CONFERENCE ROOM OF THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING,
52700 VAN DYKE, SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN.

The work session was called to order at 6:00 p.m. by Supervisor Richard
Stathakis.

Members Present:           Richard Stathakis, Terri Kowal, Paul Viar,
                           Paula Filar, Michael Flynn, Lisa Manzella,
                           Douglas Wozniak

Mrs. Suida, HR Director, asked that “Appointment of Township Clerk” be added
to this agenda.

MOTION by Filar, supported by Flynn, to add “Appointment of Township Clerk” to
this evening’s agenda.
Motion carried.

1.    Discussion of GASB 54

Mr. Dave Herrington of Plante and Moran was in attendance to explain
application of the GASB 54, which is a new County principle that has to be
applied in this fiscal year. There are some items that require Board action prior
to December 31, 2011.

GASB 54 requires an examination of all of the Township funds. If there are any
that are special revenue funds that did not have a dedicated funding source, all
of that activity has to be put back into the general fund. They are attempting to
make all communities uniform in their accounting procedures.

The Township has three funds that are treated as special revenue funds –
District Court Fund, Cable Television Fund, and Post-Employment Benefits Fund.
They can no longer be designated as special revenue funds.

Mr. Herrington highlighted actions to be taken by the Board by December 31,
2011. They are required to adopt a resolution and establish a trust under P.A.
149 to account for the resources set aside for post-employment health care
funding.    The Board is required to adopt a fund balance policy in accordance
with GASB 54, which may include designation of who can assign fund balance,
establishment of minimum fund balance policies, if desired, and indication of the
order in which resources are spent.   The Board would also approve any formal
commitments of fund balance.

Discussion followed among the Board members, Mr. Herrington, Mrs. Moore and
Mr. McDonald.

It was agreed that the GASB 54 requirements be placed on the December 6
Board agenda.

2.    Discussion of Shelby Manor

Mrs. Sheila Darga of Unified Property Management advised that the current
occupancy at Shelby Manor is 99%, which they were able to maintain throughout
most of the year.       Painting of the railings and the doors are nearly complete.
The project went well, and the residents are happy.             For 2012 they are
budgeting with an average occupancy of 97%. Mrs. Darga is quite certain that
this figure can be exceeded.      The new proposed maintenance increase is $10
across the board.       That brings the cost for a two-bedroom unit to $607, which
is still comparable to housing units in the area.    Mrs. Darga addressed ongoing
capital expenses such as appliances, water heater, flooring, etc. She informed
the Board that there is a dip in the west entrance driveway.                   The
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                NOVEMBER 16, 2011              PAGE     2


recommendation would be to get the drive repaired over time.             The entire
driveway can be replaced sometime in 2017 or 2018.          Major work was done to
this area in 2009 and some in 2010. A project for next year is seal coating and
striping the drive.     With all of the fire suppression work done, the hallways on
the third floors of Buildings A, B. and C were painted.       The recommendation
would be to paint the first and second floor hallways of all three buildings at a
cost of approximately $5,000 per building.       Depending on the occupancy level,
it may be done by their staff.       Mrs. Darga advised the Board if money is not
available for next year and there are no major leaks, we may be able to get by
with another year before the roofs are replaced. At some point we may need to
look at 2012, 2013, or 2014 to get the roof project completed.          Mrs. Moore
explained how these proposed expenses are reflected in the budget.             She
stressed that these figures are estimates and provide the worst case scenario.
Mrs. Moore advised that the bond on Shelby Manor will be paid off in 2017.
Once the bond is paid off, there should be surplus money not only to make other
major improvements but also to pay back the general fund for the amount that
was borrowed.

Mrs. Darga stated over the last couple of years, other than the fire suppression
system and the painting, they haven’t done any major capital improvements.
The expenses included the normal wear and tear of the building – hot water
heaters, flooring, etc.    Mrs. Darga referred to the roof issue. From time to
time, the roof has been patched. This could amount to $1,200 each month or
every six months.     Last year, we had much more rain and storms so there was
more patching. This year wasn’t that bad. There was an issue in 2009 with the
ice shield because of the severe winter. They did receive $17,000 from the
insurance company for Building C that was used for roof repairs.

Mrs. Manzella expressed concern with the roof.            The third floor is already
painted, and she would hate to have a leak.

Mrs. Filar had a question regarding the unrestricted fund balance which was
explained by Mr. McDonald and Mrs. Moore.

Questions were asked as to how we can increase revenues and decrease
expenses. Mrs. Darga advised there will be a $10 increase in the maintenance
fees this year. Last year, they increased the new move-in fee by $25. They
have made some significant jumps.       That number is debatable and we can
push the market and see if we can go as high as another $15 or $20.      Mrs.
Darga feels that Shelby Manor is a very nice community. Its biggest competitor
is the Heritage and their rates are comparable.      She believes that Shelby
Manor is actually a nicer property. We may be able to get a little more.

Discussion followed among the Board members and Mrs. Darga.

Mrs. Filar feels that we may have to hold off on some of these improvements and
have certain items last another year.        Mr. Stathakis said we are competing
with other communities to maintain our occupancy rates.

Mrs. Filar said we have to do something.        She is not in favor of having the
general fund support this complex.

Mrs. Kowal expressed concern with putting $430,000 in this year.         She didn’t
know this was on the table.

Mr. Stathakis asked how are we going to get this fixed.

Mrs. Darga suggested that we increase the maintenance fees a little higher.
We can postpone the roof project and start setting aside some monies for the
roof. The $20,000 for the drive probably doesn’t have to be done this year.
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                 NOVEMBER 16, 2011            PAGE      3


Mrs. Moore said sooner or later we will have to replace the roof. Mrs. Darga felt
that 20 year old shingles are not going to hold up too much longer. Mrs. Moore
said that some adjustments can be made by pushing back some projects;
however, we still have the issue with the roof. We either don’t do the roofs or we
take out a construction loan.

Mrs. Filar stated not only do we have to take $400,000 from the general fund but
we are still operating at a loss beginning in 2013.  If we put $400,000 into the
roof repairs we have to find a way to make those other years work.

Mr. Flynn asked Mrs. Moore if we take the money out of the general fund, can we
treat that as a secured loan so if the building is eventually sold there is a
guarantee that the general fund would be repaid. Mrs. Moore said we would do
a “due to/due from” journal entry showing that Shelby Manor owes the general
fund $430,000. Mr. Flynn said he would be more comfortable in making the loan
if we guaranteed the taxpayers that they would get the money back if the
buildings were sold.

Mrs. Filar said in 2017 when the building is paid off, maybe that becomes a
payoff of the loan to the general fund. Mr. Flynn said as long as it is secured.
We have to operate within our means.

Discussion followed among the Board members, Mrs. Moore and Mr. McDonald.

As far as the roof replacement, this would be treated as a $390,000 capital
improvement.

3.    Discussion of IT Projects

Mrs. Moore said we will be discussing three different projects under this item.

Mr. Keith Dunlap from NW Systems advised that the payroll system that the
Township purchased in 2006 had a complete re-write.           He explained in detail
the benefits of the Next Generation Payroll Module conversion which includes
enhanced benefit administration; simplified reporting; simplified status change
tracking; simplified position costing; and online open enrollment.

Mr. Dunlap said the employees who handle payroll will have two weeks of
training once the software is installed.    The last upgrade was five years ago.
He can’t tell us when the next upgrade will take place; however, this software will
last a number of years.

Mrs. Moore stated they are hopeful that this software will satisfy the needs of
Mrs. Suida, HR Director, to streamline her department with regard to benefit
administration.

The total cost of this software is $11,000, which includes all of the training.
NW Systems currently has 50 customers using this software.

Mrs. Moore said that a visit will be made to Canton by members of her staff since
Canton already had this software installed.          They will visit the Finance
Department to determine how this program is working for them.

Mrs. Moore indicated if we get concurrence from the Board, we can schedule it
for parallel payrolls in February and then go live at the end of March or beginning
of April. This is a major conversion, and it will encompass much testing to make
sure that we have a smooth transition.

Mr. Stathakis suggested that this be brought before the Board on December 6.

Mrs. Moore advised that any additional releases to the program are included in
the cost.
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                 NOVEMBER 16, 2011             PAGE      4


Discussion followed.

A representative from BS&A made a presentation explaining the enhancements
in the BS&A module upgrade.   She explained set up, accessibility and cost of
the new software.

Discussion followed among the Board members.

Mrs. Filar suggested checking to see if there were other suppliers to determine
what else is being offered since this is a large investment

Mrs. Moore said the software is $50,000, the hardware is $31,000 and $41,000
with the server.      The BS&A representative indicated that training will be
included.    It will probably be one day of training for Assessing, one for the
Treasurer’s Office and two to three days for the Building Department.

Mr. Wood said his department has been using this software for over 10 years. It
is used for scheduling and issuing permits.       Unfortunately, as it now stands,
much of the system’s advantages and features are lost when our inspectors go
out in the field. They lose that lifeline because the software is only accessible in
the office.     What is exciting to the staff in the Building Department is the
possibility of introducing the use of computers with the new software in the field.
Currently throughout the day, the inspectors are printing out the inspection
history for individual projects which amounts to a great deal of paperwork. This
new field computer module would produce a digital form so the inspectors have
inspection construction history on a particular building. In addition to that, they
envision loading digital copies of the building code and regulations instead of
carrying hard copies.            This would minimize paperwork associated with
inspection history and scheduling and allow inspectors to enter inspection results
quickly into a tablet form of laptop that they would have in the field. Currently
those results in written form are brought back to the office. They are entered by
clerical staff so there are multiple people handling this information and entering
data.      As a result, there are errors that occur and misinterpretation of
information. Frequently papers are lost. With the construction environment that
they are working under on a day-to-day basis, contractors and homeowners are
very anxious to be able to go to the next step.          When that information is
mishandled or misinterpreted, it causes delays and unhappy patrons.           Faster
input of results would help them minimize delays. There is an ability to connect
to the main network wirelessly with this new system so that all of the information
can be entered quickly and inspectors would be able to receive information
timely. That would require them to have a monthly service provider.            They
are not proposing that at this juncture. If the inspectors had use of computers
throughout the day and could come back and sync that information at the end of
the day with the main network they would be able avoid those monthly service
costs.       There are built in cameras that can capture images and immediately
attach them to an inspection with a single click.       This is very helpful in their
business. The largest cost of upgrading the Building Department has to do with
upgrading their hardware which is very old.         This is a very large component
of their cost. $16,000 includes tablets but also desk tops in the office.        The
Building Department has an equipment replacement fund to absorb this expense.
There is a purchase cost of the software upgrade for the server and licensing.
$17,830 is the base cost to their department. If they go with a group purchase,
they are willing to provide a 10% discount. This does not include the field
computer module which they would be most interested in, which would cost
another $3,000. These costs were discussed briefly.

Mr. Stathakis asked Mr. Wood if he had a special preference for this company.
Mr. Wood responded by providing the highlights of this system. He likes
competition but he is very comfortable with the software that they provide.

Mr. Monchak stated that the Macomb County Equalization Department uses
BS&A software.   There is an advantage to trading information using the same
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                NOVEMBER 16, 2011            PAGE      5


format.    Annually they export files to the County.    This is a benefit to the
County Relations Department.       They take our skeleton for each parcel and
populate their data base. There are software companies who are competitors to
BS&A. However, their footprint in Michigan is overshadowing the area.

There is a State Tax Commission requirement that the assessment rolls be
prepared with certified software with certification coming from the State Tax
Commission. BS&A meets that requirement, and he doesn’t see that changing.
This company has been very customer focused, and their software support is
second to none.

Karen McClure said the Treasurer’s Office is very comfortable with this software.
Every single community in Macomb County, as well as the County, is on the tax
program. When it comes time for their tax settlement in March, from the time
she first started it takes 5 or 6 months less time to get our delinquent tax
settlement from the County because everything goes through the County
settlement process.     BS&A can download a file to the County, and they can
check their numbers.

Mrs. Manzella doesn’t know of a community in Macomb County that doesn’t use
BS&A.

Mr. Flynn and Mrs. Filar both felt with this big ticket item they would like to see
some competitive quotes.

Discussion followed with regard to going out for bids.

Mr. Flynn said we are in no rush, and there is no reason why we can’t go out for
bids.

Mrs. Moore believes there is a deadline for signing a contract in 2011 to get
those discounts.     Otherwise, those three departments would have to put a
proposal together and go out for bids.

Mrs. Filar felt we can invite the top known competitors and have them make a
presentation to the Board to determine their best price.

Mrs. Manzella said our software has to be comparable to Rochester Hills, the
County connection and the State Tax Commission. It is not just us internally.

Mr. Stathakis said we don’t have to go out for formal bid.

Mrs. Moore said the plan is to get the hardware in place. The departments are
saying they need to upgrade the laptops and PC’s within the next year or two
regardless of the BS&A software project. The plan is to get that in place for 2012
and then do the conversion in 2013.     They will do whatever the Board wishes.
It will provide more time for the departments. They have to include the cost,
time and money for conversion.

The Board would like the departments to go out and get quotes. Mrs. Moore
asked if this can be done before the December 20 Board meeting so if there is an
opportunity to go with BS&A we can still get discounts.

It was agreed that we set a January timeframe. The top three competitors can
provide information to see how it compares to the information provided this
evening by BS&A.

Mr. Flynn said that he and Mrs. Kowal put together a voice over internet bid.
Mrs. Kowal’s department did a great job with most of the background work. The
only thing left is to fill in the blanks with the number of phones we need. The
Board can review this information on their own time. If there are no objections,
we can put it on MITN December 1.
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                 NOVEMBER 16, 2011            PAGE      6


Mrs. Kowal said the Fire Department might want to go with underground instead
of voice over internet. They put out a bid to hard wire all four stations. That is
currently on MITN.

Virtualization Project

Mrs. Moore said over the last couple of years we have discussed the choice of
either replacing servers as they go out of warranty or moving toward a
virtualization project.     There are two servers that need to be replaced
immediately.

Mr. Larson made a presentation on the cost benefit of virtualization versus a one-
at-a-time server replacement.         Between 2011 and 2013 there will be
approximately 15 servers out of warranty which need to be replaced. The older
a server gets, the more prone it is to failure. After 5 years they are no longer
under warranty.    If something happens we will rush to either repair or replace
the server which could lead to extended downtime.        If the e-mail server dies
tomorrow, we can be without e-mails for up to a week.

Discussion followed among the Board members and Mr. Larson.         This will be
placed on the Board agenda for December 20.          Mrs. Moore said it would be
good to get an exchange server in place before the Police Department moves
because the IT people will be assisting with that move.

4.    Discussion of Final Budget

Mrs. Moore presented the budget with all of the changes that were discussed
which includes the transfer into the replacement fund for the exchange server
upgrades. The general fund does include the transfer to Shelby Manor so we
need to adjust that 2011 expense.

Discussion followed.

5.    Discussion of Appointment of Township Clerk

Mrs. Suida stated with Mrs. Kowal’s retirement being effective January 2, 2012,
the earliest appointment to the position of the interim clerk would be December 3.
The deadline to appoint a Clerk by the Board without a special election is
February 16, 2012. In the meantime, she presented a time line.           She would
like to request resumes from residents who meet the qualifications on the
website and through Shelby TV before November 30.                She will then put
everyone’s resumes together and send them to the Board. The Board will have
the opportunity at a work session to interview any candidate who any board
member feels should be placed on the interview schedule. Mr. Stathakis asked
if we can have the two local newspaper writers come in and ask the candidates
questions. The Board members did not agree.            Mrs. Manzella said this would
make the process more complicated than it needs to be. Mr. Flynn agreed with
Mrs. Manzella. Mrs. Suida continued. We will set a time for the candidates to
make a presentation about themselves and their skills.         At the December 20
Board meeting, there will be an appointment of a Clerk.         Mrs. Suida said we
can formulate a list of questions for all of the candidates.

Mrs. Suida said if there is not a unanimous agreement, there would have to be a
motion to grant somebody the authority to act as the Clerk. It will have to be
somebody who the Township is going to give authority to sign financial
transactions, and it cannot be anyone who would create a conflict. It can’t be
anyone with financial dealings such as Kathleen Moore or Karen McClure. This
would not require a unanimous consent because this individual would not be the
clerk. They would be assigned those duties temporarily.

MOTION by Flynn, supported by Filar, to adjourn.
Motion carried.
CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY                NOVEMBER 16, 2011   PAGE   7


The work session adjourned at 8:04 p.m.



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TREASURER’S
OFFICE

MEMO
Date: November 16, 2011
To: Board of Trustees
From: Paul Viar, Treasurer
Re: Collection of 2012 Summer taxes

I am requesting that the Board of Trustees authorize me, as Treasurer of Shelby
Township, to negotiate with the local school districts and Macomb Community
College to collect the Summer 2012 school taxes.

Please add this item to the Board of Trustees’ meeting consent agenda for
December 6, 2011.
Thank you.
 TREASURER’S
 OFFICE



MEMO
November 28, 2011


To:   Terri Kowal, Clerk

From: Paul Viar, Treasurer

Re:   Agenda Item

Please reserve a place on the December 6, 2011 Board of Trustees meeting
consent agenda for a RESOLUTION TO WAIVE PROPERTY TAX
ADMINISTRATION FEE AND LATE PENALTY CHARGE. The proposed
resolution is attached.

Thank you.
                                 CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY
                             COUNTY OF MACOMB, STATE OF MICHIGAN

                              RESOLUTION TO WAIVE PROPERTY TAX
                          ADMINISTRATION FEE AND LATE PENALTY CHARGE


Memorandum of Resolution made and adopted at a Regular Meeting of the Board of Trustees of the
Charter Township of Shelby, Macomb County, Michigan, held in the Municipal Building on the 6th day of
December, 2011.

MEMBERS PRESENT: _______________________________________________________________

MEMBERS ABSENT:              _______________________________________________________________

The following preamble and resolution were offered by Member ________________________________
and supported by Member _______________________________:

Whereas, Section 44 of the General Property Tax Act, being Act 206 of the Public Acts of 1893, as
amended, provides that the governing body of a local property tax collecting unit may waive all or part of
the property tax administration fee or the late penalty charge, or both; and,

Whereas, the Board of Trustees of the Charter Township of Shelby desires to waive the one (1%) percent
property tax administration fee on the 2011 winter real and personal property taxes paid in the period from
December 1, 2011 and before March 1, 2012 and the late penalty charge equal to three (3%) percent of the
taxes imposed if said taxes are paid after February 14, 2012, and before March 1, 2012.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED THAT:

         1. The Charter Township of Shelby waive the one (1%) percent property tax administration fee
on the 2011 winter real and personal property taxes paid in the period from December 1, 2011 and before
March 1, 2012 and the late penalty charge equal to three (3%) percent of the taxes imposed if said taxes are
paid after February 14, 2012 and before March 1, 2012, and the Treasurer of the Charter Township of
Shelby shall not collect the administration fee or the late penalty charge so waived.

          2. A copy of this Resolution be transmitted to the aforesaid Treasurer and a copy be filed in the
office of the Township Clerk.

AYES: Members _____________________________________________________________________

NAYS: Members_____________________________________________________________________

RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.


                                                     ___________________________________________
                                                       RICHARD STATHAKIS, Township Supervisor



                                      CERTIFICATE OF CLERK

         I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a Resolution made and adopted by
the Board of Trustees of the Charter Township of Shelby, County of Macomb, State of Michigan, at a
regular meeting held December 6, 2011.


                                                        _________________________________________
                                                        TERRI KOWAL, Township Clerk
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                                                                                                                                      Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                 Invoice No.        Invoice Description    Status         Held Reason    Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
             Account 123.000 - PREPAID EXP
7040 - MECHANICAL INSPECTORS ASSOC 2012MIAMDUE            2012 MIAM DUES LC      Edit                          11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        75.00
OF MICHIGAN                            SLC
7040 - MECHANICAL INSPECTORS ASSOC 2012MIAMDUE            2012 MIAM DUES JK      Edit                          11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        75.00
OF MICHIGAN                            SJK
                                                                                                Account 123.000 - PREPAID EXP Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                   $150.00
             Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE
5057 - CITIZENS MANAGEMENT INC         110111             SELF INSURED           Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      6,419.16
                                                          WORKERS COMP JAN-
                                                          JUNE 2012
                                                                                         Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE Totals               Invoice Transactions 1                  $6,419.16
             Account 299.801 - Addressing Fee-Pass Thru
5445 - WELLINGTON GREEN ASSOC            11 99381       WELLINGTON GREEN - Edit                                11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        55.00
                                                        ADDRESS
                                                        ASSIGNMENT RTN
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1920      ADDRESS FEE - 14343 Edit                               11/02/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        40.00
                                                        HALL
                                                                                     Account 299.801 - Addressing Fee-Pass Thru Totals            Invoice Transactions 2                    $95.00
             Account 451.004 - Plumbing Permits
5444 - FOUR STAR PLBG LLC                PP11 0409      56110 NICKELBY            Edit                         10/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        70.00
                                                        SOUTH - PLBG
                                                        REFUND
                                                                                             Account 451.004 - Plumbing Permits Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                    $70.00
             Account 630.095 - Senior Citizens Bus Tickets
5450 - ELEANORE MATTHEWS                 PS 600         Refund, Smart Bus         Edit                         11/17/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        20.00
                                                        TIckets, Sr Ctr
                                                                                   Account 630.095 - Senior Citizens Bus Tickets Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                    $20.00
             Account 675.771 - Trips - SC
5437 - ROBERT CHIARINI                   12377012       Refund, Sr Ctr Trip,      Edit                         11/08/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        32.00
                                                        Firekeepers-Bianco
                                                                                                     Account 675.771 - Trips - SC Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $32.00
             Account 675.803 - Sr Ctr Newsletter - SC
5317 - VISITING ANGELS                   112211         Refund - One              Edit                         11/22/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        21.66
                                                        Newsletter Refund
                                                                                         Account 675.803 - Sr Ctr Newsletter - SC Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $21.66
  Department 101 - Legislative
             Account 807.000 - Engineering Consulting Fees
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1932      Fuel station asphalt site Edit                         11/02/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                      1,170.00
                                                        plan & design fees
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1967      Engineering GIS           Edit                         11/16/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       315.00
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 2010      Engineering GIS           Edit                         11/22/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       210.00
                                                        Services
                                                                                  Account 807.000 - Engineering Consulting Fees Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                  $1,695.00
                                                                                                     Department 101 - Legislative Totals          Invoice Transactions 3                  $1,695.00


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Vendor                                Invoice No.   Invoice Description          Status        Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 171 - Supervisor
             Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference
2642 - STERLING HEIGHTS AREA          28374         Yearly Membership            Edit                        12/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       600.00
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE                                 Dues
                                                                             Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                   $600.00
                                                                                                  Department 171 - Supervisor Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $600.00
  Department 191 - Elections
             Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies
12448 - PRINTING SYSTEMS INC            71313           Voter ID cards           Edit                        11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011 12/07/2011                            288.38
                                                                                          Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $288.38
                                                                                                     Department 191 - Elections Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $288.38
  Department 201 - Finance
             Account 804.600 - Network Support
3070 - NETARX LLC                      I043817          NOVEMBER IT              Edit                        11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                     14,376.42
                                                        SUPPORT & HOSTING
                                                                                           Account 804.600 - Network Support Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                $14,376.42
                                                                                                     Department 201 - Finance Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                $14,376.42
  Department 208 - Nature Center
             Account 807.208 - Program/Speakers
17748 - PETTY CASH - NATURE CENTER     pc120701         critter food, costumes Edit                          10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        14.98
                                                        for pgm - Maeders,
                                                        Salvation Army, Kroger
17748 - PETTY CASH - NATURE CENTER       pc120702       pumpkins, critter food - Edit                        10/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        80.00
                                                        Maeders Greenhouse,
                                                        Kroger
17748 - PETTY CASH - NATURE CENTER       pc120703       Critter Food & Deer      Edit                        11/05/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        11.35
                                                        Day crafts, Kroger,
                                                        CVS, & Hollywood Mkt
                                                                                          Account 807.208 - Program/Speakers Totals             Invoice Transactions 3                   $106.33
             Account 808.208 - Cust/Maint Cont Svc Nature Ctr
17748 - PETTY CASH - NATURE CENTER     pc120701       critter food, costumes     Edit                        10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          8.23
                                                      for pgm - Maeders,
                                                      Salvation Army, Kroger
17748 - PETTY CASH - NATURE CENTER     pc120702       pumpkins, critter food -   Edit                        10/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          5.13
                                                      Maeders Greenhouse,
                                                      Kroger
17748 - PETTY CASH - NATURE CENTER     pc120703       Critter Food & Deer        Edit                        11/05/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          8.57
                                                      Day crafts, Kroger,
                                                      CVS, & Hollywood Mkt
1082 - KEE'S AQUARIUM & PETS           3831           NC 100-goldfish            Edit                        11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         6.00
15916 - INTERSTATE SECURITY INC        8618236        NC monitoring 11/1 -       Edit                        10/24/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        48.00
                                                      1/31/12
1115 - SAV CENTERS INC                 11142011       vacuum belts               Edit                        11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        10.00



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                                                                               Accounts Payable by G/L Distribution Report
                                                                                                                                     Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                   Invoice No.   Invoice Description      Status         Held Reason    Invoice Date Due Date        G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 208 - Nature Center
             Account 808.208 - Cust/Maint Cont Svc Nature Ctr
7069 - FIRE SYSTEMS OF MICHIGAN INC      129303        Annual Inspections for Edit                            11/11/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       172.16
                                                       fire extinguishers
                                                                             Account 808.208 - Cust/Maint Cont Svc Nature Ctr Totals              Invoice Transactions 7                   $258.09
             Account 920.000 - Utilities
24351 - A T & T                          586 3232478   Nature Ctr 10/14-        Edit                          11/13/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        93.55
                                         1111          11/13/11
                                                                                                      Account 920.000 - Utilities Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $93.55
                                                                                                Department 208 - Nature Center Totals             Invoice Transactions 11                  $457.97
  Department 210 - Legal
             Account 806.000 - Legal Contractual Retainer
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64552         DECEMBER, 2011           Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                     15,833.33
                                                       RETAINER
                                                                                  Account 806.000 - Legal Contractual Retainer Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                $15,833.33
             Account 811.000 - Legal Fees
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64545         Building Department      Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       225.00
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64546         41A Court move           Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        50.00
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64548         Act 152                  Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       125.00
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64550         Supervisor Planning      Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        75.00
                                                       Dept
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64555         Supervisor general       Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                     2,775.00
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64556         University Builders      Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                     2,600.00
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64557         Visteon                  Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                     4,550.00
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64573         Professional Services    Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                     4,342.00
                                                                                                   Account 811.000 - Legal Fees Totals            Invoice Transactions 8                $14,742.00
             Account 813.000 - Labor Matters, Grievances, etc
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64397         General Labor            Edit                          11/01/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                      1,720.38
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64376         Labor Litigation         Edit                          11/01/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        142.51
                                                                              Account 813.000 - Labor Matters, Grievances, etc Totals             Invoice Transactions 2                  $1,862.89
             Account 955.000 - Other Expenses
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64557         Visteon                  Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        44.50
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64573         Professional Services    Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        50.00
                                                                                             Account 955.000 - Other Expenses Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                    $94.50
                                                                                                         Department 210 - Legal Totals            Invoice Transactions 13               $32,532.72
  Department 371 - Protective Inspection
             Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference
4344 - LAWRENCE COLEGROVE                REIMBIAEI1201 REIMBURSE - IAEI         Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       145.00
                                         11            CONF. 12-01-11 LC
                                                                            Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference Totals                 Invoice Transactions 1                   $145.00




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                                                                                                                                  Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                   Invoice No.   Invoice Description   Status          Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 371 - Protective Inspection
             Account 805.296 - Lot Checks
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1921     ENGINEERING FEES -    Edit                          11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       160.00
                                                       56684 HARTLEY W
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1922     ENGINEERING FEES -    Edit                          11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        80.00
                                                       55223 MEADOW RIDGE
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1923     ENGINEERING FEE -     Edit                          11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
                                                       5689 FRANCESCA
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1732     ENGINEERING FEES -    Edit                          09/06/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       760.00
                                                       13866 24 MILE
                                                                                                Account 805.296 - Lot Checks Totals           Invoice Transactions 4                  $1,200.00
              Account 808.000 - Plan Review
1559 - B & F TECHNICAL CODE SERVICES 33945             PLAN REVIEW - 13794   Edit                          10/26/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      2,911.18
INC                                                    21 MILE
1559 - B & F TECHNICAL CODE SERVICES 33939             PLAN REVIEW FEES -    Edit                          10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,914.01
INC                                                    13712 21 MILE
                                                                                               Account 808.000 - Plan Review Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                  $4,825.19
                                                                                       Department 371 - Protective Inspection Totals          Invoice Transactions 7                  $6,170.19
  Department 442 - Highway Streets Bridges
             Account 967.150 - Street Maint Exp
684 - MACOMB COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF 25447                TRAFFIC SIGNAL        Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       244.02
ROADS                                                  MAINTENANCE
                                                                                          Account 967.150 - Street Maint Exp Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $244.02
             Account 967.200 - Local Rd. Paving
684 - MACOMB COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF 912748               ROW Auburn Rd Deq to Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       880.85
ROADS                                                  Ryan
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1982     25 MILE - FOUR       Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       630.00
                                                       SEASONS MCDOR
                                                       PERMIT
                                                                                           Account 967.200 - Local Rd. Paving Totals          Invoice Transactions 2                  $1,510.85
             Account 967.500 - Sidewalks
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC     2011 1974       11320 21 MILE         Edit                          11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       105.00
                                                       SIDEWALK GAP
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1975     52871 & 52935         Edit                          11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       105.00
                                                       MOUND SIDEWALK
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1979     2011 SIDEWALK GAPS    Edit                          11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       997.50
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1980     5700 24 MILE          Edit                          11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        70.00
                                                       SIDEWALK GAP
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1498     14881 21 MILE         Edit                          07/06/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       345.00
                                                       SIDEWALK GAP
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 2019     Engineer Sidewalks    Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        315.00
                                                                                                 Account 967.500 - Sidewalks Totals           Invoice Transactions 6                  $1,937.50
                                                                                    Department 442 - Highway Streets Bridges Totals           Invoice Transactions 9                  $3,692.37



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Vendor                                  Invoice No.    Invoice Description     Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 510 - Hope Chapel
             Account 741.510 - Cleaning & Maint Exp
15228 - HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES      9033389        Chapel mums             Edit                            11/02/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        19.29
                                                                                         Account 741.510 - Cleaning & Maint Exp Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                    $19.29
                                                                                                   Department 510 - Hope Chapel Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                    $19.29
  Department 738 - Library
             Account 726.500 - Departmental Supplies
4279 - BAKER & TAYLOR INC              2026369410      Books (child)           Edit                           10/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         19.47
4279 - BAKER & TAYLOR INC              2026393845      Books (child)           Edit                           10/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         20.57
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043748        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         59.64
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043749        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         84.46
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043750        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         35.02
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043751        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         18.89
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043752        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         82.26
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043753        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         19.95
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043754        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         14.99
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043757        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,776.14
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043760        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,015.51
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043761        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,741.31
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043762        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        430.31
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043763        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        113.59
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043764        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        770.11
165 - BRODART CO                       B2043765        Books (adult)           Edit                           10/29/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        112.69
6685 - INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES         1605759         Books (adult)           Edit                           11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         61.73
6685 - INGRAM LIBRARY SERVICES         1659514         Books (adult)           Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          5.99
15348 - LERNER GROUP                   1033072         Books (child)           Edit                           10/19/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         28.95
16542 - MIDWEST TAPE                   2665714         CD's - Audio, Pre-      Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        148.49
                                                       recorded
16542 - MIDWEST TAPE                     2665715       Books on Tape (Adult)   Edit                           11/03/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        22.99
4279 - BAKER & TAYLOR INC                2026405995    Books (adult)           Edit                           11/02/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        45.67
4279 - BAKER & TAYLOR INC                2026408190    Books (adult)           Edit                           11/02/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        21.77
4279 - BAKER & TAYLOR INC                2026412812    Books (child)           Edit                           11/03/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         6.00
165 - BRODART CO                         B2043756      Books (child)           Edit                           10/29/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         2.74
165 - BRODART CO                         B2043758      Books (child)           Edit                           10/29/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        85.54
165 - BRODART CO                         B2043759      Books (child)           Edit                           10/29/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        26.31
398 - FACTS ON FILE INC                  1304856       Books (adult)           Edit                           11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       168.75
165 - BRODART CO                         B2043766      Books (child)           Edit                           10/29/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                     2,643.69
20419 - EBSCO SUBSCRIPTION SERVICES      1356079       Subscription            Edit                           11/11/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        26.95
3063 - RECORDED BOOKS LLC                74447370      Books on Tape (child)   Edit                           11/15/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        20.60
17827 - LIBRARY NETWORK                  45400         Adult Database(s)       Edit                           11/18/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                     3,760.00
                                                                                        Account 726.500 - Departmental Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 32               $13,391.08


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Vendor                                  Invoice No.     Invoice Description      Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 738 - Library
             Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing
3415 - GAYLORD BROS INC                 1627099         Office Supplies          Edit                            11/10/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        46.93
                                                                                        Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $46.93
            Account 804.738 - Collection SVC Exp
16243 - UNIQUE MANAGEMENT SERVICES 216289                collection services     Edit                           11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       218.24
INC
                                                                                             Account 804.738 - Collection SVC Exp Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $218.24
            Account 820.000 - Custodial SVC
16386 - AMERICAN CLEANING COMPANY      1010LIBRARY2      Janitorial & Cleaning   Edit                           10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,157.99
LLC                                    011               Service
                                                                                                  Account 820.000 - Custodial SVC Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                  $1,157.99
            Account 950.500 - Equip Rental
3447 - PRIORITY OFFICE SOLUTIONS       4497              Equipment Rental        Edit                           11/09/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       136.44
                                                                                                   Account 950.500 - Equip Rental Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $136.44
                                                                                                         Department 738 - Library Totals           Invoice Transactions 36               $14,950.68
  Department 774 - Senior Citizen Operations
             Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing
8812 - MATRIX PRINTING SYSTEMS INC       62353          Nov Dec Senior           Edit                           10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        29.85
                                                        Newsletter 2011
                                                                                        Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $29.85
            Account 790.000 - Senior Citz Op
25801 - COMCAST                         346173013        Cable Services for      Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        95.46
                                        1111             Community Center
                                                                                                  Account 790.000 - Senior Citz Op Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $95.46
             Account 790.770 - Art Classes - SC
25725 - PETE SNODGRASS                   112211          Watercolor Commission Edit                             11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       448.00
                                                         Nov 2100 Class
                                                                                                Account 790.770 - Art Classes - SC Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $448.00
             Account 790.771 - Trips - SC
178 - BIG DADDY ENTERTAINMENT &          11221102        Cirque Dreams          Edit                            11/20/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       426.00
TRAVEL LLC                                               Holidaze 12-17-11
178 - BIG DADDY ENTERTAINMENT &          112211          Donnie and Marie 12- Edit                              11/20/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       230.00
TRAVEL LLC                                               03-11
4182 - BIANCO TOURS INC                  1 2011          Firekeepers Casino 11- Edit                            11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       315.00
                                                         9-11
                                                                                                      Account 790.771 - Trips - SC Totals          Invoice Transactions 3                   $971.00
            Account 790.772 - Manicures - SC
2947 - RHONDA M LAKIP-OCHOA           112211             Therapeutic Massage - Edit                             11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       240.00
                                                         Weeks 45-47
                                                                                                 Account 790.772 - Manicures - SC Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $240.00




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Vendor                                   Invoice No.       Invoice Description      Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 774 - Senior Citizen Operations
             Account 790.773 - Line Dancing - SC
25587 - CONNIE FRENDT                    112211            Line Dance Commission Edit                              11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        63.00
                                                           11-3-11 to 11-22-11
                                                                                                 Account 790.773 - Line Dancing - SC Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                    $63.00
               Account 790.775 - Parties / Dance-Seniors
5453   - TRINITY LUTHERAN CHURCH           112211         Pymt for Christmas        Edit                           11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                          Entertainment 12-08-
                                                          11
5017   - A MOVABLE FEAST INC               15283          Catering for November     Edit                           11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       697.00
                                                          Dinner Dance 2011
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Joann's - Thanksgiving    Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        16.10
                                           1              Party
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Home Depot -              Edit                           11/05/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        20.20
                                           2              Thanksgiving Party
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Subway-Walmart -          Edit                           11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          5.97
                                           3              Movie Popcorn
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Kroger - Replace          Edit                           11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        13.47
                                           4              Canasta Cards
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Costco - Birthday Party   Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        17.99
                                           5              Dessert
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 CVS Pharmacy              Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          5.89
                                           6
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Home Depot -              Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        56.40
                                           7              Thanksgiving Party
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Walmart - Prizes for      Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        50.00
                                           8              Thanksgiving Party
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc0 Home Depot - Return       Edit                           11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       (26.54)
                                           9
3066   - PETTY CASH - SENIOR CENTER        120711srctrpc1 Walmart - Turkey Two      Edit                           11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        22.97
                                           0              Step Dinner Dance
                                                                                           Account 790.775 - Parties / Dance-Seniors Totals           Invoice Transactions 12                  $979.45
            Account 790.803 - Sr Ctr Newsletter - SC
8812 - MATRIX PRINTING SYSTEMS INC     62353               Nov Dec Senior           Edit                           10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       597.00
                                                           Newsletter 2011
                                                                                             Account 790.803 - Sr Ctr Newsletter - SC Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $597.00
            Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC           483500          SMART diesel fluid;           Edit                           10/26/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.90
                                                      PRM 2 supplies;
                                                      antifreeze
15228 - HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES    2595825         PRM 16 key/tags;              Edit                           11/19/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        49.85
                                                      SMART cleaning
                                                      supplies




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Vendor                                   Invoice No.   Invoice Description      Status            Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date      G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 774 - Senior Citizen Operations
             Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp
15642 - SMART                            13434         SMART vehicle 29147      Edit                           11/18/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                       566.50
                                                                                       Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp Totals             Invoice Transactions 3                   $642.25
             Account 920.000 - Utilities
24351 - A T & T                          586 7317630   Sr Ctr & PRM 10/11 -     Edit                            11/10/2011     12/07/2011    12/07/2011                                       236.07
                                         1111          11/10/11
                                                                                                        Account 920.000 - Utilities Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $236.07
                                                                                       Department 774 - Senior Citizen Operations Totals            Invoice Transactions 25                 $4,302.08
  Department 788 - Rec Programs -
             Account 630.000 - Parks & Recreation Program
5436 - CHERYL PACLER                    4884          Refund, Cafeteria         Edit                            11/08/2011     12/07/2011    12/07/2011                                       300.00
                                                      Rental
                                                                                Account 630.000 - Parks & Recreation Program Totals                 Invoice Transactions 1                   $300.00
             Account 630.301 - Country LIne Dancing
5449 - DIANNE PELLERIN                  221511A1       Refund, Line Dancing,    Edit                            11/16/2011     12/07/2011    12/07/2011                                        63.00
                                                       Dennis & DiAnne
                                                                                         Account 630.301 - Country LIne Dancing Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                    $63.00
             Account 840.000 - Parks & Rec Programs
8802 - PETTY CASH - PARKS-REC-MAINT     pc120704       Reimb trunk or treat     Edit                            10/25/2011     12/07/2011    12/07/2011                                          3.50
                                                       prize, check card fee,
                                                       Christian Financial
                                                                                         Account 840.000 - Parks & Rec Programs Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                     $3.50
             Account 840.005 - Computer Crash Courses
8762 - TERRY CHAUDHURI                 5Fall411       commission                Edit                          11/07/2011 12/07/2011          12/07/2011                                       156.00
                                                                                       Account 840.005 - Computer Crash Courses Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                   $156.00
             Account 840.014 - Adult Softball
14821 - HENRY VANLACKEN JR              142011         umpire fee - 2 games     Edit                           11/06/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                        68.00
14631 - CALVIN STEWART                  142011         Umpire fee - 2 games     Edit                           11/06/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                        68.00
17253 - TODD KELLER                     142011         Umpire fee 10/21-11/4    Edit                           11/06/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                       165.25
5435 - JAMIE MCKAY                      142011         Umpire fee 3-games       Edit                           11/06/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                       102.00
                                                                                                  Account 840.014 - Adult Softball Totals           Invoice Transactions 4                   $403.25
             Account 840.015 - Belly Dancing
22020 - LEONA WEISENBACH                15win1111      commission               Edit                           11/10/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                       175.50
                                                                                                  Account 840.015 - Belly Dancing Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $175.50
            Account 840.026 - Summer Soccer
24261 - BURKE'S SPORT HAVEN INC      74434             Air Compressor           Edit                           11/18/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                        40.00
                                                                                                Account 840.026 - Summer Soccer Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                    $40.00




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Vendor                                  Invoice No.   Invoice Description       Status        Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 788 - Rec Programs -
             Account 840.060 - Breakfast/Dinner with Santa
16012 - ORIENTAL TRADING COMPANY        647358904 01 Dad/Dau and Santa          Edit                        10/20/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       158.26
INC                                                   Dinner supplies
                                                                               Account 840.060 - Breakfast/Dinner with Santa Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $158.26
            Account 840.086 - Valentine Dance
16012 - ORIENTAL TRADING COMPANY       647358904 01    Dad/Dau and Santa        Edit                        10/20/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       101.63
INC                                                    Dinner supplies
                                                                                            Account 840.086 - Valentine Dance Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $101.63
            Account 840.090 - Flag Football
24261 - BURKE'S SPORT HAVEN INC        74434           Air Compressor           Edit                        11/18/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        40.00
                                                                                               Account 840.090 - Flag Football Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $40.00
             Account 840.103 - Special Recreation
8802 - PETTY CASH - PARKS-REC-MAINT     pc120705       Spec Rec Movie Outing, Edit                          11/19/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        10.00
                                                       LW & MA, AMC Forum
                                                       30
                                                                                         Account 840.103 - Special Recreation Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                    $10.00
             Account 840.108 - Fitness for Kids
17813 - MARIA MARINO                     108fall211    commission               Edit                       11/22/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       222.95
                                                                                            Account 840.108 - Fitness for Kids Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $222.95
            Account 840.133 - Master Ks Karate
13974 - SMART LLC                      133win1111      commission               Edit                        11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       195.00
                                                                                           Account 840.133 - Master Ks Karate Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $195.00
           Account 840.271 - Mom to Mom sale
2160 - MOM2MOMLIST.COM               4212012           Mom 2 Mom Sale           Edit                        11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        30.00
                                                       Listing fee
                                                                                          Account 840.271 - Mom to Mom sale Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                    $30.00
             Account 840.291 - Snowmobile Safety C Williamson
3349 - CRAIG L. WILLIAMSON            291win1         commission                Edit                       11/21/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       253.50
                                                                            Account 840.291 - Snowmobile Safety C Williamson Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $253.50
             Account 840.701 - SBSC -Basketball Expense
24261 - BURKE'S SPORT HAVEN INC         74434         Air Compressor          Edit                        11/18/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                         40.00
14052 - BAY AREA OFFICIALS              11202011      Basketball referees Dec Edit                        11/20/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                      1,368.00
ASSOCIATION                                           3 - 16,
                                                                                Account 840.701 - SBSC -Basketball Expense Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                  $1,408.00
                                                                                            Department 788 - Rec Programs - Totals             Invoice Transactions 20                 $3,560.59
  Department 789 - Parks Recreation Maintenance
             Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies
16214 - OFFICE EXPRESS                  302896        letter head             Edit                        11/11/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                        28.00
                                                                                       Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                    $28.00




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Vendor                                  Invoice No.     Invoice Description      Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 789 - Parks Recreation Maintenance
             Account 726.600 - Uniform Exp
19449 - CONTRACTORS CLOTHING CO         7241604         Uniform Order Ee #       Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       484.27
                                                        10600
19449 - CONTRACTORS CLOTHING CO          7240374        Uniform Order Ee #       Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       353.53
                                                        80504
19449 - CONTRACTORS CLOTHING CO          7239575        Uniform Order Ee #       Edit                           11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        45.00
                                                        60853
                                                                                                    Account 726.600 - Uniform Exp Totals           Invoice Transactions 3                   $882.80
             Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing
21038 - MILLCRAFT PAPER STORE           CS1517419       paper & cardstock        Edit                            11/04/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        82.75
                                                                                        Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $82.75
            Account 735.500 - Signs
22371 - GRAPHIC COMMUNICATIONS INC       33158          holiday banner           Edit                           11/15/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       140.00
                                                                                                           Account 735.500 - Signs Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $140.00
             Account 741.000 - Mun Bldg Maintenance
23368 - ALLIED WASTE SERVICES #253     253012862053 recycling                    Edit                           10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        15.76
15228 - HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES     8103208      police bathrm rpr            Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.94
                                                    supplies
3569 - ORKIN PEST CONTROL              69416545     Police Dept pest control     Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        88.00
7069 - FIRE SYSTEMS OF MICHIGAN INC    129303       Annual Inspections for       Edit                           11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       172.16
                                                    fire extinguishers
4093 - JOHN'S LUMBER                   367971       trex transcend for Mun       Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        61.71
                                                    Bd railing
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE            44192        Mun Bd Christmas             Edit                           11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          4.47
                                                    decor clips/stops
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE            44193        Mun Bd Christmas             Edit                           11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          8.58
                                                    decor base plug
4879 - LAFORCE INC                     673842RI     Mun Bd front entrance        Edit                           11/17/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       687.11
                                                    rpr
                                                                                          Account 741.000 - Mun Bldg Maintenance Totals            Invoice Transactions 8                  $1,063.73
             Account 742.000 - Park Pav Maint
1115 - SAV CENTERS INC                  11142011        vacuum belts             Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         5.00
7069 - FIRE SYSTEMS OF MICHIGAN INC     129303          Annual Inspections for   Edit                           11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       172.16
                                                        fire extinguishers
                                                                                                 Account 742.000 - Park Pav Maint Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                   $177.16
             Account 747.000 - Bldg Maint - Maint Bldg
7069 - FIRE SYSTEMS OF MICHIGAN INC     129303         Annual Inspections for    Edit                           11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       172.16
                                                       fire extinguishers
                                                                                        Account 747.000 - Bldg Maint - Maint Bldg Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $172.16
             Account 748.000 - Comm Center Maint - Disco
23368 - ALLIED WASTE SERVICES #253    253012862053 recycling                     Edit                           10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        15.76




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                                                                                                                                      Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                 Invoice No.    Invoice Description          Status        Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 789 - Parks Recreation Maintenance
             Account 748.000 - Comm Center Maint - Disco
15916 - INTERSTATE SECURITY INC        8618382        Cmty Ctr rpr & new           Edit                        11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       150.00
                                                      phone line service
15916 - INTERSTATE SECURITY INC        8618381        Cmty Ctr connect line        Edit                        11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        75.00
                                                      to fire panel
7069 - FIRE SYSTEMS OF MICHIGAN INC    129303         Annual Inspections for       Edit                        11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       172.16
                                                      fire extinguishers
7069 - FIRE SYSTEMS OF MICHIGAN INC    129372         Cmty Ctr Sr Kitchen          Edit                        11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       161.45
                                                      hood inspection
                                                                                    Account 748.000 - Comm Center Maint - Disco Totals            Invoice Transactions 5                   $574.37
             Account 750.000 - Equip Maint Cost
9159 - MIKE'S PUMP SERVICE INC          68318           PRM power washer           Edit                        11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        62.15
                                                        parts
21355 - SOUTH PARK WELDING SUPPLIES      595918         hilo fuel gas              Edit                        11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        27.52
INC
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              485716         anti-freeze                Edit                        11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        14.97
6009 - CLARK'S WELDING INC               34368          Leaf sucker rpr            Edit                        11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       151.91
15228 - HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES       6042441        ladder rope                Edit                        11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        10.50
21355 - SOUTH PARK WELDING SUPPLIES      595904         Acetylene - torch gas      Edit                        11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        39.88
INC
495 - HELLEBUYCKS POWER EQUIPMENT        455355         fuel cap for backpack      Edit                        11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        12.59
CENTER                                                  blower
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              486960         snow plow lamp kit         Edit                        11/17/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       109.00
12432 - ROSSEEL'S FARM & GARDEN          231358         Tractor tube               Edit                        11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        27.00
SUPPLY INC
12432 - ROSSEEL'S FARM & GARDEN          231402         gator seat                 Edit                        11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        95.00
SUPPLY INC
495 - HELLEBUYCKS POWER EQUIPMENT        455720         blower parts               Edit                        11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        12.67
CENTER
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE              44170          batteries for transit (C   Edit                        11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        26.98
                                                        & AA)
1397 - WEINGARTZ SUPPLY CO INC           1638449        broom roller chain and     Edit                        11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        28.65
                                                        link chain
                                                                                              Account 750.000 - Equip Maint Cost Totals           Invoice Transactions 13                  $618.82
            Account 751.000 - Grounds Maint
15228 - HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES    4012968           RBP west path wood         Edit                       11/17/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        10.61
                                                                                                Account 751.000 - Grounds Maint Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                    $10.61
             Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC            484869          credit                      Edit                        11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        (7.80)
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC            483500          SMART diesel fluid;         Edit                        10/26/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       126.48
                                                       PRM 2 supplies;
                                                       antifreeze
773 - REY'S AUTO & TIRE CENTER INC     124570          PRM 50 tire                 Edit                        11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       137.86


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Vendor                                 Invoice No.     Invoice Description        Status          Held Reason    Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 789 - Parks Recreation Maintenance
             Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp
15228 - HOME DEPOT CREDIT SERVICES     2595825         PRM 16 key/tags;           Edit                           11/19/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          9.86
                                                       SMART cleaning
                                                       supplies
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC            484757          taillight; PRM 39          Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       172.90
                                                       battery
4612 - KELLER'S AUTOMOTIVE             18765           PRM 76 trans pan &         Edit                           11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       401.83
                                                       lines
4612 - KELLER'S AUTOMOTIVE             18738           PRM 9 front end rpr, tie   Edit                           11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,329.45
                                                       rods, trans fluid,line
                                                                                         Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp Totals           Invoice Transactions 7                  $2,170.58
            Account 863.000 - Gasoline
1204 - SPENCER OIL COMPANY             378850            diesel 2016.4 gal        Edit                           11/03/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                     6,090.84
1204 - SPENCER OIL COMPANY             378853            diesel 905 gal           Edit                           11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                     3,188.01
1204 - SPENCER OIL COMPANY             379458            diesel 502.4 gal         Edit                           11/17/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                     1,753.20
                                                                                                        Account 863.000 - Gasoline Totals           Invoice Transactions 3                $11,032.05
             Account 921.000 - Mun bldg - Utilities
24351 - A T & T                        586 7261826       Mun Bd 10/17-            Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        36.03
                                       1111              11/16/11
                                                                                             Account 921.000 - Mun bldg - Utilities Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $36.03
             Account 924.000 - Main Bldg Utilities
24351 - A T & T                         586 7317630      Sr Ctr & PRM 10/11 -     Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       255.75
                                        1111             11/10/11
                                                                                              Account 924.000 - Main Bldg Utilities Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $255.75
             Account 924.100 - Comm Center Util
24351 - A T & T                       586 7311582        Cmty Ctr Alarm 10/11-    Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        38.97
                                      1111               11/10/11
                                                                                               Account 924.100 - Comm Center Util Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                    $38.97
             Account 926.000 - Park Pav Utilities
24351 - A T & T                         586 7312521      MSP 10/11-11/10/11       Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        47.48
                                        1111
                                                                                               Account 926.000 - Park Pav Utilities Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $47.48
             Account 929.000 - River Bends Utilities
24351 - A T & T                         586 7262717      RBP 10/17-11/16/11       Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        41.53
                                        1111
                                                                                         Account 929.000 - River Bends Utilities Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                    $41.53
                                                                                 Department 789 - Parks Recreation Maintenance Totals               Invoice Transactions 51               $17,372.79
  Department 900 - Other Functions
             Account 810.101 - Web Page
3070 - NETARX LLC                      I043817           NOVEMBER IT              Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
                                                         SUPPORT & HOSTING
                                                                                                      Account 810.101 - Web Page Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                   $200.00


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Vendor                                   Invoice No.      Invoice Description       Status        Held Reason    Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 900 - Other Functions
             Account 830.002 - Beautification Committee
3351 - JANET LONG                        2011certificates 12 Beautification Award   Edit                         10/20/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011 12/07/2011                             42.00
                                                          certificates-2011
25082 - THOMS BROS LANDSCAPING INC 1484                   Schoenherr Blvd.          Edit                         10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011 12/07/2011                           1,854.00
                                                          Welcome Sign
                                                          Landscape project
25082 - THOMS BROS LANDSCAPING INC 1485                   Schoenherr Blvd.          Edit                         10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011 12/07/2011                           1,275.00
                                                          Welcome Renovation
                                                          Project
4324 - TELLY'S GREENHOUSE                2                Flowers/planting of       Edit                         10/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011 12/07/2011                            700.00
                                                          hanging baskets at
                                                          Mun. Grounds
3999 - MARINO'S LAWN & LANDSCAPE         22244            Schoenherr Blvd.          Edit                         10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011 12/07/2011                             78.00
                                                          October 2011 cuts (2)
                                                                                       Account 830.002 - Beautification Committee Totals            Invoice Transactions 5                  $3,949.00
             Account 850.000 - Communications
24351 - A T & T                       586 7317715         Mun Bldg Fax lines        Edit                         11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        34.20
                                      1111                local 10/11-11/10/11
                                                                                                Account 850.000 - Communications Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                    $34.20
            Account 865.500 - Deductible expense
3012 - NICKEL & SAPH INC               13436              Insurance Volunteers      Edit                         11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        910.00
3012 - NICKEL & SAPH INC               50409              GENERAL LIABILITY         Edit                         11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      5,000.00
                                                          CLAIM 57273
                                                                                             Account 865.500 - Deductible expense Totals            Invoice Transactions 2                  $5,910.00
            Account 950.500 - Equip Rental
2440 - DTE ENERGY COMPANY              90120254           10 POLE RENTAL FEE        Edit                         10/30/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       326.25
                                                          10/1 - 12/31/11
                                                                                                    Account 950.500 - Equip Rental Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $326.25
            Account 955.000 - Other Expenses
22616 - RICCO INVESTIGATIONS INC       2011 1956          Electronic Bug Sweep      Edit                         11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011 12/07/2011                            300.00
                                                          of Misc Offices
                                                                                                 Account 955.000 - Other Expenses Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $300.00
            Account 955.226 - first aid supplies-TWP Hall
3179 - CINTAS FIRST AID & SAFETY         325568412     First Aid Supplies           Edit                          11/18/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        66.24
                                                                                      Account 955.226 - first aid supplies-TWP Hall Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                    $66.24
            Account 969.000 - Weed Ord Exp (Reimbursable)
2787 - JEWELL LAWNCARE                20A           WEEDS - 47571                   Edit                         10/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       120.00
                                                    ROLAND
2787 - JEWELL LAWNCARE                20B           WEEDS- 8166                     Edit                         10/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        60.00
                                                    WILORAY
2787 - JEWELL LAWNCARE                20C           WEEDS - 21 MILE &               Edit                         10/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        40.00
                                                    HARRY



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Vendor                                 Invoice No.   Invoice Description    Status          Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 101 - General Fund
  Department 900 - Other Functions
             Account 969.000 - Weed Ord Exp (Reimbursable)
2721 - UNIVERSAL LAWN CARE INC         102511A       WEEDS - 51462          Edit                          10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.00
                                                     SANDSHORES
2721 - UNIVERSAL LAWN CARE INC         102511B       WEEDS - 51438          Edit                          10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.00
                                                     SANDSHORES
2721 - UNIVERSAL LAWN CARE INC         102511C       WEEDS - 47100 LADD     Edit                          10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.00
2721 - UNIVERSAL LAWN CARE INC         102511D       WEEDS -                Edit                          10/25/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.00
                                                     AUBURN/LADD
                                                                           Account 969.000 - Weed Ord Exp (Reimbursable) Totals              Invoice Transactions 7                   $320.00
                                                                                          Department 900 - Other Functions Totals            Invoice Transactions 19               $11,105.69
                                                                                                  Fund 101 - General Fund Totals             Invoice Transactions 207             $117,931.99
Fund 206 - Fire Fund
             Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE
5057 - CITIZENS MANAGEMENT INC         110111         SELF INSURED          Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      7,269.68
                                                      WORKERS COMP JAN-
                                                      JUNE 2012
                                                                                     Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                  $7,269.68
  Department 340 - Fire Department
             Account 709.000 - Education & Training
2608 - MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE         3148044       HSHAST12 STICO OCT    Edit                          11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        80.00
                                                      15-16, 2011 (MM)
7255 - HERMAN DEAN KUEPPERS              110811       REIMBURSE             Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          8.00
                                                      REGISTRATION FEE
                                                      FOR MCFPA MEETING,
                                                      NOV. 2011
13215 - STEVEN L HENION                  110811       REIMBURSE             Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          8.00
                                                      REGISTRATION FEE
                                                      FOR MCFPA MEETING,
                                                      NOV. 2011
13831 - STEVEN R BUCKLEY                 110811       REIMBURSE             Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          8.00
                                                      REGISTRATION FEE
                                                      FOR MCFPA MEETING,
                                                      NOV. 2011
7256 - EDWARD R VOJTUSH                  110811       REIMBURSE REG FEE     Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          8.00
                                                      FOR MCFPA MEETING
                                                      NOV 2011
2608 - MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE          3180383      BFIR 8002 ED METHOD   Edit                          11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       160.00
                                                      (MM & DS)
2608 - MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE          3180311      HAST8091 DECISION     Edit                          11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        80.00
                                                      MAKING (MM)




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Vendor                                  Invoice No.     Invoice Description    Status         Held Reason    Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 206 - Fire Fund
  Department 340 - Fire Department
             Account 709.000 - Education & Training
3406 - CLAY TOWNSHIP FIRE               15              UNDERWATER          Edit                             11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       700.00
DEPARTMENT                                              VEHICLE EXTRICATION
                                                        CLASS - OCT 27-30,
                                                        2011 (JV)
2280 - JEREMY L VERBEKE                  103011         MILEAGE REIMBURSE Edit                               10/30/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       143.61
                                                        FOR DIVE TEAM CLASS
                                                        OCT 27-30, 2011
                                                                                        Account 709.000 - Education & Training Totals           Invoice Transactions 9                  $1,195.61
             Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27059479        40 HOUR LINENS         Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        14.21
20057 - BATTERY WAREHOUSE CO            48889           BATTERIES              Edit                          11/05/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       204.48
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE             43860           STATION SUPPLIES       Edit                          11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        47.82
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27059477        STATION 4 LINENS       Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        19.79
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27059478        STATION 1 LINENS       Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        40.41
21245 - JCR SUPPLY CO                   52901           STATION SUPPLIES       Edit                          11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       462.12
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27059480        STATION 3 LINENS       Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        16.83
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27059484        STATION 2 LINENS       Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        19.36
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE             43990           STATION 1 SUPPLIES     Edit                          11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        14.98
21245 - JCR SUPPLY CO                   52902           STATION SUPPLIES       Edit                          11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       158.30
4283 - MACOMB ACE HARDWARE              6630            STATION 4 SUPPLIES     Edit                          11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        69.05
23849 - FABRITEC CLEANERS INC           23792           DRY CLEANING           Edit                          11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         6.05
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27063767        40 HOUR LINENS         Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         8.73
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27063772        STATION 2 LINENS       Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        18.40
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27063768        STATION 3 LINENS       Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.21
11265 - DOC'S APPLIANCE SERVICE INC     54356MM5        SERVICE CALL -         Edit                          10/26/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        89.95
                                                        STATION 1
                                                        DISHWASHER
3447 - PRIORITY OFFICE SOLUTIONS         4507           COPIER MAINTENANCE     Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        29.45
                                                        AGREEMENT -
                                                        10/13/11 - 11/13/11
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN                27063766       STATION 1 LINENS       Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        46.74
584 - K-MART                             25 8151 9002   MISCELLANEOUS          Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         7.00
                                                        EXPENSES
684 - MACOMB COUNTY DEPARTMENT OF        25454          TRAFFIC SIGNAL         Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        38.47
ROADS                                                   MAINTENANCE - SEPT.
                                                        2011
10124 - LORI'S HELPING HANDS             2901           OFFICE CLEANING        Edit                          11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       350.00
                                                        STATION 1 - NOV 2011
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE              44133          SUPPLIES FOR           Edit                          11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        16.30
                                                        STATION 1
                                                        SNOWBLOWER


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Vendor                                  Invoice No.     Invoice Description      Status          Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 206 - Fire Fund
  Department 340 - Fire Department
             Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27063765        STATION 4 LINENS         Edit                          11/14/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         27.17
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE             44144           OIL FOR SAWS/TOOLS       Edit                          11/18/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         10.99
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27068083        40 HOUR LINENS           Edit                          11/21/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         11.58
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27068085        STATION 3 LINENS         Edit                          11/21/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         17.15
20057 - BATTERY WAREHOUSE CO            49223           FLASHLIGHT BATTERY       Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         20.99
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27068082        STATION 1 LINENS         Edit                          11/21/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         46.40
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN               27068089        STATION 2 LINENS         Edit                          11/21/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                         15.19
                                                                                            Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 29                 $1,853.12
              Account 726.550 - Medical Supplies
1446 - J & B MEDICAL SUPPLY INC          203280         MEDICAL SUPPLIES         Edit                         10/26/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                      1,257.75
22612 - VALLEY CITY LINEN                27068084       BLANKETS                 Edit                         11/21/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                         30.00
                                                                                              Account 726.550 - Medical Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                  $1,287.75
            Account 726.560 - Misc Gear
5749 - ARGUS HAZCO SUPPLY COMPANY      4040928          SCBA FACEPIECES          Edit                          11/03/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       390.00
                                                                                                     Account 726.560 - Misc Gear Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $390.00
            Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference
7899 - NATIONAL FIRE SPRINKLER       6954          2012 MEMBERSHIP               Edit                          11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        85.00
ASSOCIATION INC                                    DUES FOR FIRE
                                                   DEPARTMENT
                                                                              Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference Totals               Invoice Transactions 1                    $85.00
            Account 804.600 - Network Support
3070 - NETARX LLC                     I043817           NOVEMBER IT              Edit                          11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       762.17
                                                        SUPPORT & HOSTING
                                                                                              Account 804.600 - Network Support Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $762.17
             Account 811.000 - Legal Fees
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC           64547           FIRE DEPARTMENT          Edit                          11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       150.00
                                                        MATTERS
                                                                                                    Account 811.000 - Legal Fees Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $150.00
             Account 813.000 - Labor Matters, Grievances, etc
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC          64396           Fire Labor                Edit                        11/01/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                        71.26
                                                                               Account 813.000 - Labor Matters, Grievances, etc Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                    $71.26
            Account 851.000 - Communications Radio
677 - COUNTY OF MACOMB MICHIGAN      AR110989      RADIO CHARGES - OCT Edit                                    11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       245.09
                                                   2011
                                                                                        Account 851.000 - Communications Radio Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                   $245.09
             Account 852.000 - Communications Phone
24351 - A T & T                       586 7313474   STATION 1                    Edit                          11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       843.27
                                      1111
                                                                                        Account 852.000 - Communications Phone Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                   $843.27




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Vendor                                 Invoice No.       Invoice Description    Status          Held Reason    Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 206 - Fire Fund
  Department 340 - Fire Department
             Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp
10950 - APOLLO FIRE APPARATUS REPAIR 34281               OIL                    Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       230.16
INC
26111 - NORTH RIVER TRUCK & TRAILER 1543                 REPAIRED CRACKS IN     Edit                           11/05/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,642.76
INC                                                      REAR AXLE HOUSING
                                                         FOR A-2 (TRUCK #36)
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              485645          ANTIFREEZE             Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        71.70
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              485296          SUPPLIES FOR A-2       Edit                           11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        17.20
                                                         (TRUCK #36)
10950 - APOLLO FIRE APPARATUS REPAIR 34381               REPLACED POWER         Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       868.00
INC                                                      CONVERTER ON A-2
                                                         (TRUCK #36)
5440 - TUV RHEINLAND INDUSTRIAL          11518752        GROUND LADDER          Edit                           11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
SOLUTIONS INC                                            INSPECTION - E-4
                                                         (TRUCK #38)
20057 - BATTERY WAREHOUSE CO             48987           BATTERY CHARGER        Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        58.97
                                                         AND BATTERIES FOR A
                                                         -3 (TRUCK #39)
10950 - APOLLO FIRE APPARATUS REPAIR 34382               REPAIR PPV FAN ON E-   Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       448.50
INC                                                      1 (TRUCK #43)
                                                                                       Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp Totals           Invoice Transactions 8                  $3,537.29
            Account 981.500 - Capital Outlay -Equip (Fire)
1397 - WEINGARTZ SUPPLY CO INC         163512200       RESCUE SAW FOR E-1       Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,154.92
                                                       (TRUCK #43)
                                                                                 Account 981.500 - Capital Outlay -Equip (Fire) Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                 $1,154.92
                                                                                             Department 340 - Fire Department Totals              Invoice Transactions 56               $11,575.48
                                                                                                           Fund 206 - Fire Fund Totals            Invoice Transactions 57               $18,845.16
Fund 207 - Police Fund
             Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE
5057 - CITIZENS MANAGEMENT INC         110111            SELF INSURED           Edit                           11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                     10,017.65
                                                         WORKERS COMP JAN-
                                                         JUNE 2012
                                                                                         Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE Totals               Invoice Transactions 1                $10,017.65
  Department 305 - Police Department
             Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies
584 - K-MART                            4 3032 0102      CITIZENS POLICE        Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        18.36
                                                         ACADEMY SUPPLIES
584 - K-MART                             2 5327 0181     MISCELLANEOUS          Edit                           10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        47.97
                                                         EXPENSE
26159 - PURIFIED WATER TO GO             8368            WATER                  Edit                           11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        55.59
26159 - PURIFIED WATER TO GO             8438            WATER                  Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        29.70
5441 - FOREMOST EQUIPMENT                29794           DEFIBRILLATOR          Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       752.00
                                                         ACCESSORIES


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Vendor                                  Invoice No.    Invoice Description      Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 207 - Police Fund
  Department 305 - Police Department
             Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies
26159 - PURIFIED WATER TO GO            8476           WATER & COOLER           Edit                           11/23/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        41.70
                                                       RENTAL
                                                                                            Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 6                   $945.32
             Account 726.100 - Range Supplies
10811 - C M P DISTRIBUTORS INC         29220           TRAINING AMMO            Edit                          10/07/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                      1,925.00
                                                                                               Account 726.100 - Range Supplies Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                  $1,925.00
             Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing
19217 - DELL MARKETING LP               XFJXW9C79       TONER CARTRIDGES        Edit                            10/28/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       151.96
                                                                                       Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $151.96
             Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference
22923 - LEXIS NEXIS                   1110189547    MEMBERSHIP DUES              Edit                      10/31/2011 12/07/2011           12/07/2011                                       382.00
                                                                             Account 728.000 - Membership Dues & Conference Totals                Invoice Transactions 1                   $382.00
            Account 730.100 - Repairs & Maint
15916 - INTERSTATE SECURITY INC        8618380         EQUIPMENT REPAIR         Edit                           11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        75.00
590 - KENMAR CAMERA AND PROJ           209432          CAMERA REPAIR            Edit                           10/30/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        80.00
13966 - IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS          5021378728      MAINTENANCE              Edit                           11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       174.64
                                                       11/12/11-11/11/12 -
                                                       DB COPIER
17803 - AMERICAN MINI STORAGE            11212011AMS   STORAGE UNIT -           Edit                           11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       450.00
                                                       12/1/11 -5/31/12
                                                                                               Account 730.100 - Repairs & Maint Totals           Invoice Transactions 4                   $779.64
            Account 789.000 - k-9 expense
15647 - CAMERON MEDICAL CENTER FOR 41116               K9 EXPENSE               Edit                           10/24/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       112.00
ANIMALS
                                                                                                   Account 789.000 - k-9 expense Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $112.00
            Account 795.000 - Video Arraignments
677 - COUNTY OF MACOMB MICHIGAN        AR110958        VIDEO ARRAINGMENT        Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        10.00
                                                       CHARGES
                                                                                           Account 795.000 - Video Arraignments Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                    $10.00
             Account 802.500 - Auditor/Consulting Fees
5456 - RUSSELL A WEIPERT                1              TOWING                   Edit                           11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      2,000.00
                                                       POLICY/PROCEDURE
                                                       CONSULTANT
                                                                                       Account 802.500 - Auditor/Consulting Fees Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                  $2,000.00
            Account 804.600 - Network Support
14424 - APERION INFORMATION           37584            TECH SUPPORT             Edit                           11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       218.00
TECHNOLOGIES INC
14424 - APERION INFORMATION           37684            TECH SUPPORT             Edit                           11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        81.75
TECHNOLOGIES INC




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Vendor                                 Invoice No.      Invoice Description   Status       Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 207 - Police Fund
  Department 305 - Police Department
             Account 804.600 - Network Support
3070 - NETARX LLC                      I043817          NOVEMBER IT           Edit                       11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      3,700.00
                                                        SUPPORT & HOSTING
                                                                                        Account 804.600 - Network Support Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                  $3,999.75
             Account 811.000 - Legal Fees
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC           64551           PROFESSIONAL          Edit                       11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       550.00
                                                        SERVICES
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC            64543          PROFESSIONAL          Edit                       11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.00
                                                        SERVICES
                                                                                              Account 811.000 - Legal Fees Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                   $575.00
             Account 812.000 - Negotiations
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC           64404           Police Labor &        Edit                       11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       628.14
                                                        Negotiations
                                                                                            Account 812.000 - Negotiations Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $628.14
             Account 813.000 - Labor Matters, Grievances, etc
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC          64404           Police Labor &         Edit                       11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       106.88
                                                       Negotiations
                                                                          Account 813.000 - Labor Matters, Grievances, etc Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $106.88
             Account 850.207 - EM Response Recovery Ex
12454 - 41 A DISTRICT COURT             11092011A      ERR -SMALL CLAIMS    Edit                        11/09/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       180.00
12454 - 41 A DISTRICT COURT             11092011B      ERR - SMALL CLAIMS   Edit                        11/09/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       180.00
5439 - STEPHEN FORTUCCI                 1135733        ERR REIMBURSEMENT Edit                           11/09/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       144.80
                                                                              Account 850.207 - EM Response Recovery Ex Totals              Invoice Transactions 3                   $504.80
             Account 850.500 - Postage & Handling
22327 - UPS                             3894WX451      SHIPPING             Edit                        11/05/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        14.49
22327 - UPS                             3894WX471      SHIPPING             Edit                        11/19/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        12.12
                                                                                    Account 850.500 - Postage & Handling Totals             Invoice Transactions 2                    $26.61
             Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp
2945 - RENAISSANCE AUTO WASH            11052011RAW VEHCILE WASHES          Edit                        11/05/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       105.00
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE      29986          VEH 47 -             Edit                        11/04/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        15.00
                                                       MAINTENANCE WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE      30009          VEH 52 -             Edit                        11/07/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       277.08
                                                       MAINTENANCE WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE      30013          VEH 1 - MAINTENANCE Edit                         11/07/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        15.00
                                                       WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE      30024          VEH 32 -             Edit                        11/10/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        15.00
                                                       MAINTENANCE WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE      30050          VEH 2 - MAINTENANCE Edit                         11/10/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       128.64
                                                       WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE      30052          VEH S1 - VEHICLE     Edit                        11/10/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                       439.72
                                                       REPAIRS




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                                                                                                                                   Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                 Invoice No.     Invoice Description   Status          Held Reason    Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 207 - Police Fund
  Department 305 - Police Department
             Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30081           VEH 32 -              Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        29.15
                                                       MAINTENANCE WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30089           VEH 1 - MAINTENANCE   Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       206.75
                                                       WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30095           VEH 3 - MAINTENANCE   Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        29.15
                                                       WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30096           VEH 4 - MAINTENANCE   Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        44.15
                                                       WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30112           VEH 25 -              Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       115.45
                                                       MAINTENANCE WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30147           VEH S1 - VEHICLE      Edit                           11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       103.82
                                                       REPAIRS
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30167           VEH 15 -              Edit                           11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       119.26
                                                       MAINTENANCE
10542 - CLEAN MACHINE CAR WASH         163630          CAR WASHES - MAY      Edit                           11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       429.00
                                                       2011-NOV 2011
22524 - CYNERGY WIRELESS PRODUCTS      13029           VEH 27 - EQUIP        Edit                           10/26/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        68.00
INC                                                    REPAIR
22524 - CYNERGY WIRELESS PRODUCTS      13030           VEH S1 - EQUIP        Edit                           10/26/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        68.00
INC                                                    REPAIRS
449 - GENTILE'S COLLISION INC          17473           VEH 14 - REPAIRS      Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       824.00
19212 - GOODYEAR WHOLESALE TIRE        187571          TIRE                  Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       132.80
CENTERS
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE            42982           MISC FLEET SUPPLIES   Edit                           09/23/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        22.91
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE            44178           MISC FLEET SUPPLIES   Edit                           11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        30.98
1259 - SUBURBAN AUTOMATIC              11276           VEH 32 -              Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       365.96
TRANSMISSION COMPANY                                   MAINTENANCE WORK
1259 - SUBURBAN AUTOMATIC              11278           VEH 31 -              Edit                           11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       365.96
TRANSMISSION COMPANY                                   MAINTENANCE WORK
18462 - SHELBY TIRE & AUTO SERVICE     30176           VEH 26 -              Edit                           11/23/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       693.53
                                                       MAINTENANCE
                                                                                    Account 860.200 - Auto Repair - Maint Exp Totals           Invoice Transactions 24                 $4,644.31
            Account 863.000 - Gasoline
1204 - SPENCER OIL COMPANY             379138        GASOLINE                Edit                           11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                     6,829.69
1204 - SPENCER OIL COMPANY             379450        GASOLINE                Edit                           11/17/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                     5,135.41
                                                                                                   Account 863.000 - Gasoline Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                $11,965.10
            Account 980.000 - Equipment
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC            1707428        MONITOR                 Edit                           11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       138.64
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC            1640304        CAMERA SERVER           Edit                           11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       482.50
                                                     SOFTWARE
1418 - WINDER POLICE EQUIPMENT           20113318    FLARES                  Edit                           11/11/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                      1,930.00
                                                                                                 Account 980.000 - Equipment Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                  $2,551.14


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                                                                                                                                    Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                   Invoice No.    Invoice Description     Status        Held Reason    Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 207 - Police Fund
                                                                                           Department 305 - Police Department Totals            Invoice Transactions 57               $31,307.65
                                                                                                        Fund 207 - Police Fund Totals           Invoice Transactions 58               $41,325.30
Fund 230 - Michigan Justice Training Fund
  Department 230 - Michigan Justice Training Grant
             Account 709.000 - Education & Training
2608 - MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE          3208535        ADVANCED POLICE         Edit                         11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       150.00
                                                        TRAINING
2608 - MACOMB COMMUNITY COLLEGE          3208627        ADVANCED POLICE         Edit                         11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       160.00
                                                        TRAINING
6896 - OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE         86262          ADVANCED POLICE         Edit                         11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       350.00
                                                        TRAINING
                                                                                       Account 709.000 - Education & Training Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                   $660.00
                                                                              Department 230 - Michigan Justice Training Grant Totals           Invoice Transactions 3                   $660.00
                                                                                    Fund 230 - Michigan Justice Training Fund Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                   $660.00
Fund 260 - Community Block Grant Fund
  Department 403 - Large Print Talking Books
             Account 974.988 - Large Print/Talking Books
13279 - GALE                             17367747      Large Print Books        Edit                         11/07/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       252.70
13279 - GALE                             17368507      Large Print Books        Edit                         11/07/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        98.98
13279 - GALE                             17374642      Large Print Books        Edit                         11/09/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       119.98
                                                                                  Account 974.988 - Large Print/Talking Books Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                   $471.66
                                                                                     Department 403 - Large Print Talking Books Totals          Invoice Transactions 3                   $471.66
                                                                                       Fund 260 - Community Block Grant Fund Totals             Invoice Transactions 3                   $471.66
Fund 265 - Drug Forfeiture Fund
  Department 266 - Drug Forfeiture
             Account 799.207 - Operating Expense
22524 - CYNERGY WIRELESS PRODUCTS       13065           CAMERA                  Edit                         11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      5,500.00
INC                                                     INSTALLATION
                                                                                         Account 799.207 - Operating Expense Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                  $5,500.00
                                                                                             Department 266 - Drug Forfeiture Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                  $5,500.00
                                                                                              Fund 265 - Drug Forfeiture Fund Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                  $5,500.00
Fund 267 - 911 / Emergency Response
  Department 306 - 911 Funds
             Account 857.000 - 911 Comm-Equip/Personnel
8096 - APCO INTERNATIONAL INC         2299392012    MEMBERSHIP DUES -           Edit                         11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        69.00
                                                    2012
8096 - APCO INTERNATIONAL INC         3752012012    MEMBERSHIP DUES -           Edit                         11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        51.75
                                                    2012
                                                                                Account 857.000 - 911 Comm-Equip/Personnel Totals               Invoice Transactions 2                   $120.75
                                                                                                   Department 306 - 911 Funds Totals            Invoice Transactions 2                   $120.75
                                                                                        Fund 267 - 911 / Emergency Response Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                   $120.75




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                                                                                                                                       Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                 Invoice No.       Invoice Description      Status          Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 290 - 41 A District Court
             Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE
5057 - CITIZENS MANAGEMENT INC         110111            SELF INSURED             Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,600.92
                                                         WORKERS COMP JAN-
                                                         JUNE 2012
                                                                                           Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                  $1,600.92
  Department 136 - 41 A District Court
             Account 725.502 - Atty Fees
3634 - ANDARY, ANDARY, DAVIS &           103111          Public Defender (11-     Edit                          11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
ANDARY PC                                                1173-SM)
13814 - PAUL PIATT                       103111          Public Defender          Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       350.00
1451 - GLENN A MC CANDLISS               110711          Public Defender          Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       350.00
4309 - MARLINGA LAW GROUP PLLC           82211           Public Defender          Edit                          11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       550.00
                                                         (8/22/11: 11-1607-
                                                         SM/11-1715-SM)
5018 - STEWART AND BRUSS PC              103111          Public Defender (11-     Edit                          10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
                                                         1618-SM/11-2033-SM)
18359 - JOSEPH TOIA PC                   102711A         Public Defender 11-      Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                         1577-SM
18359 - JOSEPH TOIA PC                   102711B         Public Defender 10-      Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                         2146-OD
18359 - JOSEPH TOIA PC                   102711C         Public Defender 11-      Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                         1825-SM
24628 - CANU, TORRICE & ZALEWSKI PLLC 91211              Public Defender 11-      Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                         1171-SM
24628 - CANU, TORRICE & ZALEWSKI PLLC 102411             Public Defender          Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       350.00
25161 - SUSAN R CHRZANOWSKI PLLC      110911             Public Defender          Edit                          11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       350.00
18359 - JOSEPH TOIA PC                111011             Public Defender 10-      Edit                          11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                         2353-OD
4032 - VICKI WAXENBERG                   82911           Public Defender          Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,400.00
4931 - JOHN ELKHOURY                     111511          Public Defender          Edit                          11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        150.00
4033 - BRIAN J SCHAF                     111011          Public Defender          Edit                          11/11/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        300.00
23847 - LAW OFFICES OF JEFFERY A         111411          Public Defender          Edit                          11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        350.00
COJOCAR PC
                                                                                                      Account 725.502 - Atty Fees Totals           Invoice Transactions 16                 $4,950.00
             Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing
5400 - BOB BROOKS COMPUTER SALES        160341          Office Supplies (Toner)   Edit                          11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        99.00
INC
5400 - BOB BROOKS COMPUTER SALES        160201          Office Supplies (Drum     Edit                          10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       119.13
INC                                                     Cartridge)
25412 - THE EBCO COMPANY LLC            11158           Office Supplies           Edit                          11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       986.00
                                                        (Folders)
22871 - STAPLES ADVANTAGE               8020129797      Office Supplies           Edit                          11/05/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       413.12




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                                                                                                                                       Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                  Invoice No.     Invoice Description      Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 290 - 41 A District Court
  Department 136 - 41 A District Court
             Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing
5400 - BOB BROOKS COMPUTER SALES        160592          Office Supplies          Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        48.00
INC
                                                                                        Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing Totals          Invoice Transactions 5                  $1,665.25
            Account 729.000 - Janitorial SVC & Supplies
16386 - AMERICAN CLEANING COMPANY       1010 1011      Janitorial Service        Edit                           10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,175.00
LLC                                     Court
                                                                                    Account 729.000 - Janitorial SVC & Supplies Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                  $1,175.00
             Account 730.000 - Equipment Svc & Maint
16541 - IRON MOUNTAIN                  EGN7068       File Storage                Edit                           10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       457.73
25218 - SPECIALTY UNDERWRITERS LLC     TS3091 9A     Equipment Serv &            Edit                           10/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        98.97
                                                     Maint
                                                                                        Account 730.000 - Equipment Svc & Maint Totals             Invoice Transactions 2                   $556.70
             Account 801.290 - Interpreter Fee
22072 - MARIA GIALDI                    3788             Interpreter Fees (11-   Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                         1813-OD)
22072 - MARIA GIALDI                     3794            Interpreter Fees (11-   Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                         2321-OT & 11-2271-
                                                         OT)
                                                                                       Account 801.290 - Interpreter Fee Totals                    Invoice Transactions 2                   $200.00
             Account 804.000 - Computer Prog/Maint/Support
22613 - DMC TECHNOLOGY GROUP INC        2166        Computer Prog-Main-    Edit                        10/31/2011 12/07/2011                12/07/2011                                      1,394.04
                                                    Support
3070 - NETARX LLC                       I043817     NOVEMBER IT            Edit                        11/03/2011 12/07/2011                12/07/2011                                       821.57
                                                    SUPPORT & HOSTING
                                                                        Account 804.000 - Computer Prog/Maint/Support Totals                       Invoice Transactions 2                  $2,215.61
             Account 850.000 - Communications
24351 - A T & T                         586 6770665 PHONE USE 10/20 -      Edit                        11/19/2011 12/07/2011                12/07/2011                                        31.94
                                        1111        11/19/11
                                                                                      Account 850.000 - Communications Totals                      Invoice Transactions 1                    $31.94
             Account 950.500 - Equip Rental
25140 - MAILFINANCE                     N2912340    LEASE PAYMENT FOR Edit                             11/16/2011 12/07/2011                12/07/2011                                       161.00
                                                    12/18/11 - 1/17/12
                                                                                          Account 950.500 - Equip Rental Totals                    Invoice Transactions 1                   $161.00
                                                                                     Department 136 - 41 A District Court Totals                   Invoice Transactions 30               $10,955.50
                                                                                           Fund 290 - 41 A District Court Totals                   Invoice Transactions 31               $12,556.42




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                                                                                                                                   Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                  Invoice No.     Invoice Description     Status        Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 480 - BikePath
  Department 480 - Bikepath Project
             Account 971.480 - Bikepath Project
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 1936       RBP bike path phase 3   Edit                        11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      4,110.17
                                                        engineering
                                                                                           Account 971.480 - Bikepath Project Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                  $4,110.17
                                                                                            Department 480 - Bikepath Project Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                  $4,110.17
                                                                                                         Fund 480 - BikePath Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                  $4,110.17
Fund 497 - Shelby Soccer City
  Department 497 - Soccer City
             Account 807.000 - Engineering Consulting Fees
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 1984      Soccer City NPDES        Edit                        11/16/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       370.00
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 2020      Soccer City NPDES        Edit                        11/22/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        80.00
                                                                                Account 807.000 - Engineering Consulting Fees Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                   $450.00
             Account 811.000 - Legal Fees
5076 - KIRK, HUTH & LANGE PLC           64553           Soccer City             Edit                        11/16/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                      2,325.00
                                                                                                 Account 811.000 - Legal Fees Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                  $2,325.00
                                                                                                 Department 497 - Soccer City Totals           Invoice Transactions 3                  $2,775.00
                                                                                                Fund 497 - Shelby Soccer City Totals           Invoice Transactions 3                  $2,775.00
Fund 592 - Water and Sewer Fund
             Account 123.000 - PREPAID EXP
197 - MISS DIG SYSTEM INC              20120326         MISS DIG ANNUAL         Edit                        11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,959.36
                                                        MEMBERSHIP 2012
                                                                                              Account 123.000 - PREPAID EXP Totals             Invoice Transactions 1                  $1,959.36
             Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE
5057 - CITIZENS MANAGEMENT INC         110111           SELF INSURED            Edit                        11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,885.91
                                                        WORKERS COMP JAN-
                                                        JUNE 2012
                                                                                     Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE Totals                Invoice Transactions 1                  $1,885.91
               Account 124.126 - SAD 33S Van Dyke Sanitary-DDA
5451   - SEAVER TITLE AGENCY              50 11198813    TITLE SEARCH (33S)   Edit                        11/11/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                       250.00
                                          SCM
                                                                          Account 124.126 - SAD 33S Van Dyke Sanitary-DDA Totals               Invoice Transactions 1                   $250.00
               Account 255.592 - Engineering Costs from Developer
3245   - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 1978      PRESERVES OF         Edit                        11/16/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                      2,030.00
                                                         BRIARWOOD
3245   - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 1977      BURGER KING 23 MILE Edit                         11/16/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                      2,190.00
3245   - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 1976      BURGER KING 23 MILE Edit                         11/16/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                         90.00
3245   - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 1972      COURTESY DRIVING     Edit                        11/16/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                        400.00
                                                         SCHOOL
3245   - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 2012      COURTESY DRIVING     Edit                        11/22/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                       600.00
                                                         SCHOOL
3245   - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 2013      COSTCO FUEL          Edit                        11/22/2011 12/07/2011         12/07/2011                                       393.39
                                                         STATION EXPANSION


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                                                                                                                                Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                  Invoice No.    Invoice Description    Status         Held Reason   Invoice Date Due Date      G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 592 - Water and Sewer Fund
             Account 255.592 - Engineering Costs from Developer
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 2014      ROZAFA TRANSPORT       Edit                         11/22/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       537.08
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC      2011 2016      STONY CREEK WATER Edit                              11/22/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       315.00
                                                       MAIN
                                                                         Account 255.592 - Engineering Costs from Developer Totals           Invoice Transactions 8                  $6,555.47
             Account 277.000 - Payable for Customer Overpmts
5446 - JUNE COOK                        3302135 1111 REFUND -                 Edit                         11/10/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        49.10
                                                       OVERPAYMENT
5447 - PATRICIA WILSON                  3302149 1111 REFUND -                 Edit                         11/08/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        10.39
                                                       OVERPAYMENT
5448 - ASONS CONSTRUCTION               3314640 1111 REFUND -                 Edit                         11/21/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        10.19
                                                       OVERPAYMENT
                                                                           Account 277.000 - Payable for Customer Overpmts Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                    $69.68
             Account 669.300 - Hydrant Rentals
15877 - FLORENCE CEMENT CO              92711          REFUND - HYDRANT       Edit                         11/14/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       550.00
                                                       DEPOSIT
                                                                                           Account 669.300 - Hydrant Rentals Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $550.00
  Department 591 - Supply and Transmission
             Account 709.000 - Education & Training
1988 - MRWA                             T11 0142       WATER                  Edit                         11/08/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       265.00
                                                       CERTIFICATION
                                                       COURSE
                                                                                      Account 709.000 - Education & Training Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $265.00
             Account 726.600 - Uniform Exp
19449 - CONTRACTORS CLOTHING CO         7240373        Uniform Order Ee #     Edit                         11/03/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       247.33
                                                       11041
19449 - CONTRACTORS CLOTHING CO         7240375        Uniform Order Ee #     Edit                         11/03/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       436.88
                                                       80478
19449 - CONTRACTORS CLOTHING CO         7240946        Uniform Order Ee #     Edit                         11/14/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       437.23
                                                       70139
19449 - CONTRACTORS CLOTHING CO         7241591        Uniform Credit Ee #    Edit                         11/15/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       (24.00)
                                                       70139
                                                                                               Account 726.600 - Uniform Exp Totals          Invoice Transactions 4                  $1,097.44
             Account 730.200 - Repair & Maint - Water
79 - ARLINGTON TRANSIT MIX INC          122396         READY- MIX MORTAR - Edit                            10/03/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        10.54
                                                       PLYMOUTH
79 - ARLINGTON TRANSIT MIX INC          123335         PORTLAND CEMENT        Edit                         10/27/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        51.70
                                                       FOR RESTORATION
1179 - SLC METER SERVICE INC            240838         REPAIR CLAMP -         Edit                         11/01/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       449.89
                                                       WATER MAIN REPAIRS
4818 - POLAR ICE LLC                    64371          DRY ICE - REPAIR       Edit                         11/22/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        20.00
                                                                                    Account 730.200 - Repair & Maint - Water Totals          Invoice Transactions 4                   $532.13




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Vendor                                  Invoice No.   Invoice Description   Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 592 - Water and Sewer Fund
  Department 591 - Supply and Transmission
             Account 730.900 - Equip Veh O&M
2879 - SHERWIN-WILLIAMS                 5617 0        PAINT FOR             Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       119.32
                                                      EQUIPMENT
11832 - HOME DEPOT                       1035056      WIOOD FOR SIDE        Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        22.94
                                                      RAILS TRUCK #5
                                                                                            Account 730.900 - Equip Veh O&M Totals            Invoice Transactions 2                   $142.26
            Account 731.000 - Supply & Exp Cut Install
2729 - MICHIGAN METER TECHNOLOGY       85470           TAP SUPPLIES         Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,263.84
GRP INC
25049 - HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS LTD       3968480         COPPER TUBING -      Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       366.00
                                                       WATER TAPS
25049 - HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS LTD       3994537         PIPE DOPE            Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                         13.54
2729 - MICHIGAN METER TECHNOLOGY       85575           TAP SUPPLIES         Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      2,659.70
GRP INC
9662 - SHELBY UNDERGROUND INC          2011 142        WATER TAPS -         Edit                           11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                     19,759.00
                                                       VARIOUS
9662 - SHELBY UNDERGROUND INC          2011 147        WATER TAPS -         Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,304.00
                                                       VARIOUS
9662 - SHELBY UNDERGROUND INC          2011 146        WATER TAPS -         Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      2,523.00
                                                       VARIOUS
25049 - HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS LTD       4052649         TAP SUPPLIES         Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,318.50
25049 - HD SUPPLY WATERWORKS LTD       4054903         COPPER TUBING -      Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      2,640.00
                                                       WATER TAPS
                                                                                   Account 731.000 - Supply & Exp Cut Install Totals          Invoice Transactions 9                $31,847.58
            Account 732.000 - Repair Parts - Meters
2729 - MICHIGAN METER TECHNOLOGY       85574          WATER METER REPAIR Edit                              11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       374.40
GRP INC
                                                                                      Account 732.000 - Repair Parts - Meters Totals          Invoice Transactions 1                   $374.40
             Account 734.000 - Repairs & Maint Hydrants
377 - EAST JORDAN IRON WORKS INC        3439707       PART FOR HYDRANT      Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       283.14
                                                      REPAIR
377 - EAST JORDAN IRON WORKS INC        3440513       PARTS FOR HYDRANT     Edit                           11/22/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       212.00
                                                      REPAIR
                                                                               Account 734.000 - Repairs & Maint Hydrants Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                   $495.14
            Account 736.000 - Maint Material & Supplies
11832 - HOME DEPOT                    3036714         PLUG, HANDLE          Edit                           11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        10.95
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC           485802          BATTERY - ASHFORD     Edit                           11/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        22.95
                                                      CROSSING LIFT
                                                      STATION
                                                                               Account 736.000 - Maint Material & Supplies Totals             Invoice Transactions 2                    $33.90
           Account 828.000 - Sewage Processing Fee
1517 - MACOMB COUNTY TREASURER-      4461 2011     services rendered        Edit                           11/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                   314,261.72
SEWER                                              9/30/11-10/31/11


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Vendor                                 Invoice No.   Invoice Description     Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 592 - Water and Sewer Fund
  Department 591 - Supply and Transmission
             Account 828.000 - Sewage Processing Fee
1517 - MACOMB COUNTY TREASURER-        4426 2011     services rendered       Edit                           10/21/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                   316,223.57
SEWER                                                8/31/11-9/30/11
                                                                                    Account 828.000 - Sewage Processing Fee Totals             Invoice Transactions 2               $630,485.29
           Account 828.001 - Sewer Processing - IWC
1517 - MACOMB COUNTY TREASURER-      4450 2011      IWC CHARGES              Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                     23,561.06
SEWER                                               OCTOBER 2011
                                                                                    Account 828.001 - Sewer Processing - IWC Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                $23,561.06
            Account 935.000 - Sewer Main Rpr/Lift Station
11832 - HOME DEPOT                    9045868         MAILBOX                Edit                           11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        39.03
                                                      REPLACEMENT -
                                                      WOODBRIDGE
11832 - HOME DEPOT                    9113479         PART FOR MAILBOX       Edit                           11/02/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                          1.98
                                                      REPLACEMENT
                                                      WOODBRIDGE
                                                                             Account 935.000 - Sewer Main Rpr/Lift Station Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                    $41.01
            Account 972.950 - Water Meter Expense
2729 - MICHIGAN METER TECHNOLOGY      85538            3/4" METERS           Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      3,480.00
GRP INC
2729 - MICHIGAN METER TECHNOLOGY      85471            METERS                Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      5,220.00
GRP INC
2729 - MICHIGAN METER TECHNOLOGY      85579            3/4" METERS           Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      6,180.00
GRP INC
2729 - MICHIGAN METER TECHNOLOGY      85577            METERS & PARTS        Edit                           11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                     16,361.00
GRP INC
                                                                                      Account 972.950 - Water Meter Expense Totals             Invoice Transactions 4                $31,241.00
                                                                                    Department 591 - Supply and Transmission Totals            Invoice Transactions 34              $720,116.21
  Department 596 - Administrative and General
             Account 726.700 - Safety Medical Supplies
26168 - MFASCO                          IN519524       MEDICAL SUPPLIES      Edit                           11/21/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        44.42
1415 - FASTENAL COMPANY                 MICLN43616     SAFETY GLOVES         Edit                           10/24/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        78.37
                                                                                    Account 726.700 - Safety Medical Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                   $122.79
            Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing
26113 - PRINT MAKERS SERVICE INC       2011 775        PAPER - KIP MACHINE   Edit                           10/12/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        218.80
8812 - MATRIX PRINTING SYSTEMS INC     62237           PRINTING - S.A.D.     Edit                           10/13/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      2,136.35
                                                       BILLS
                                                                                    Account 727.000 - Office Supply & Printing Totals          Invoice Transactions 2                  $2,355.15
             Account 729.000 - Janitorial SVC & Supplies
2824 - G & K SERVICES                    1244214320     floor mats        Edit                              11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       130.91
3569 - ORKIN PEST CONTROL                69821920       PEST CONTROL      Edit                              11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        41.80
                                                        NOVEMBER 2011 DPW




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                                                                                                                                Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                   Invoice No.    Invoice Description Status         Held Reason    Invoice Date Due Date       G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 592 - Water and Sewer Fund
  Department 596 - Administrative and General
             Account 729.000 - Janitorial SVC & Supplies
4137 - ABM JANITORIAL SERVICES           3182888        JANITORIAL SERVICES Edit                          11/07/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       706.34
MIDWEST LLC                                              NOVEMBER 2011
                                                                                Account 729.000 - Janitorial SVC & Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 3                   $879.05
             Account 730.592 - Property Maint
25658 - WOW! INTERNET-CABLE-PHONE        31044053926    CABLE DPW           Edit                          11/11/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                          1.99
                                         1211
12567 - ALLIED SEPTIC CLEANING &         54131          SEPTIC CLEANING -   Edit                          11/17/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       540.00
EXCAVATING                                              DPW BUILDING
9159 - MIKE'S PUMP SERVICE INC           68313          VALVE FOR PRESSURE Edit                           11/09/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        18.00
                                                        WASHER
9159 - MIKE'S PUMP SERVICE INC           68312          RUPTURE DISC FOR    Edit                          11/09/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        46.00
                                                        PRESSURE WASHER
                                                                                          Account 730.592 - Property Maint Totals            Invoice Transactions 4                   $605.99
             Account 807.000 - Engineering Consulting Fees
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1971      GENERAL SERVICES - Edit                           11/16/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       105.00
                                                        GIS
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 1981      56481 MOUND         Edit                          11/16/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                      1,487.50
                                                        SANITARY LEAD
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 2015      ENGINEERING DESIGN Edit                           11/22/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       997.50
                                                        STANDARDS
3245 - FAZAL KHAN & ASSOCIATES INC       2011 2017      MOUND ROAD          Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       840.00
                                                        SANITARY LEAD
                                                                            Account 807.000 - Engineering Consulting Fees Totals             Invoice Transactions 4                  $3,430.00
             Account 810.592 - IT Support & Svc
3070 - NETARX LLC                        I043817        NOVEMBER IT         Edit                          11/03/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                      4,723.70
                                                        SUPPORT & HOSTING
                                                                                        Account 810.592 - IT Support & Svc Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                  $4,723.70
             Account 851.000 - Communications Radio
25346 - SPRINT                           700128176      RADIO CHARGE        Edit                          11/15/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        35.60
                                         1111
23852 - AMERICAN MESSAGING               Z1417718LK     PAGER SERVICE       Edit                          11/15/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        79.54
                                                                                  Account 851.000 - Communications Radio Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                   $115.14
             Account 920.000 - Utilities
25415 - A T & T LONG DISTANCE            854126176      LONG DISTANCE DPW Edit                            10/26/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        11.61
                                         1111           1111
24351 - A T & T                          586 7314951    DPW TELEPHONE       Edit                          11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       746.88
                                         1211
                                                                                                 Account 920.000 - Utilities Totals          Invoice Transactions 2                   $758.49
             Account 955.000 - Other Expenses
19985 - RENT-A-TRUCK INC                 RT211003       RENTAL 25' GMC VAN Edit                           11/07/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        89.99
                                                        FOR ELECTION



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Vendor                                  Invoice No.    Invoice Description   Status          Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 592 - Water and Sewer Fund
  Department 596 - Administrative and General
             Account 955.000 - Other Expenses
19985 - RENT-A-TRUCK INC                RT211009       TRUCK RENTAL -        Edit                          11/12/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       139.40
                                                       ELECTION
                                                                                         Account 955.000 - Other Expenses Totals              Invoice Transactions 2                   $229.39
                                                                               Department 596 - Administrative and General Totals             Invoice Transactions 22               $13,219.70
  Department 661 - Motor Pool
             Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC             478239         PRO BOOSTER PACK -    Edit                          09/23/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       124.95
                                                       SHOP USE
20071 - AIRGAS GREAT LAKES               9900575355    CYLINDER RENTAL       Edit                          10/31/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        46.56
                                                                                        Account 726.000 - Operating Supplies Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                   $171.51
             Account 781.000 - Parts
127 - BEEBE OIL CO                       720314        CITGO SUPERGARD       Edit                          11/15/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       588.25
                                                       10W30 MOTOR OIL
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              486383        AIR FILTER (S1)       Edit                          11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        17.00
24099 - SUBURBAN FORD OF STERLING        78095         SEAT BELT ASSEMBLY    Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       141.34
HEIGHTS                                                (W18)
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              486691        HOSES FOR AUGUR ON    Edit                          11/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        96.54
                                                       SALT TRUCK
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              478260        BELT TENSIONER        Edit                          09/23/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        62.73
                                                       ASSEMBLY (W16)
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              482433        STRUT ASSEMBLY (D7)   Edit                          10/19/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       225.90
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              485197        HUB/ROTOR             Edit                          11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       190.00
                                                       ASSEMBLY (D7)
326 - DECKER AUTO PARTS INC              485175        DOOR HANDLE (W19)     Edit                          11/07/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        16.95
26044 - UTICA SHELBY AUTOMOTIVE INC      27768         TIRES (W13)           Edit                          11/08/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                       225.00
                                                                                                      Account 781.000 - Parts Totals          Invoice Transactions 9                 $1,563.71
                                                                                                 Department 661 - Motor Pool Totals           Invoice Transactions 11                $1,735.22
                                                                                           Fund 592 - Water and Sewer Fund Totals             Invoice Transactions 82              $746,341.55
Fund 598 - Cable TV
             Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE
5057 - CITIZENS MANAGEMENT INC         110111          SELF INSURED          Edit                          11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       458.68
                                                       WORKERS COMP JAN-
                                                       JUNE 2012
                                                                                      Account 123.002 - PREPAID INSURANCE Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                   $458.68
  Department 598 - Cable TV
             Account 730.000 - Equipment Svc & Maint
24590 - VIDEO SYSTEMS SERVICE          35111         Deck Repair             Edit                          11/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        312.50
8084 - DCI COMMUNICATIONS              14559         TriAx Connectors for    Edit                          11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,134.00
                                                     Production Truck




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Vendor                                 Invoice No.   Invoice Description    Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 598 - Cable TV
  Department 598 - Cable TV
             Account 730.000 - Equipment Svc & Maint
8084 - DCI COMMUNICATIONS              14558         Production Truck       Edit                           10/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       284.00
                                                     Repair
                                                                                   Account 730.000 - Equipment Svc & Maint Totals             Invoice Transactions 3                  $1,730.50
            Account 785.500 - Govt AC Op Exp & Sup
21532 - DATA MEDIA PRODUCTS INC        G3849            DVDs                Edit                           11/08/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                        41.14
                                                                                     Account 785.500 - Govt AC Op Exp & Sup Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                    $41.14
                 Account 801.000 - Contract Labor
5318   -   JAMES T RISKO                    31541B2A    Contract   Labor    Edit                          11/17/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                         67.50
4661   -   KYLE HOFFMAN                     3031118     Contract   Labor    Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        900.00
4588   -   JAYME ARTER                      11031115    Contract   Labor    Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        570.00
3589   -   MEGAN O'BRIEN                    11221101    Contract   Labor    Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        180.00
4384   -   JAMES EARL MAY                   M113        Contract   Labor    Edit                          11/03/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        135.00
5452   -   EVAN CLOYD                       377110120   Contract   Labor    Edit                          11/22/2011 12/07/2011        12/07/2011                                        993.75
                                                                                            Account 801.000 - Contract Labor Totals           Invoice Transactions 6                  $2,846.25
            Account 810.592 - IT Support & Svc
3070 - NETARX LLC                      I043817          NOVEMBER IT         Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       616.14
                                                        SUPPORT & HOSTING
                                                                                          Account 810.592 - IT Support & Svc Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $616.14
            Account 930.100 - Building Maintenance
25801 - COMCAST                        749683015        Internet            Edit                           11/14/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        89.95
                                       1111B
16386 - AMERICAN CLEANING COMPANY      1010 CableB      Cleaning Crew       Edit                           10/31/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       284.01
LLC
25801 - COMCAST                        346175019        Cable TV Service    Edit                           11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       306.37
                                       1111
                                                                                     Account 930.100 - Building Maintenance Totals            Invoice Transactions 3                   $680.33
            Account 980.600 - Govt Acc Equip & Const.
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC             B228658        APPLE IMAC 21.5       Edit                           11/15/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                      1,199.00
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC             B052933        APPLE IMAC 21.5       Edit                           11/10/2011 12/07/2011       12/07/2011                                      1,199.00
                                                                                   Account 980.600 - Govt Acc Equip & Const. Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                  $2,398.00
                                                                                                   Department 598 - Cable TV Totals           Invoice Transactions 16                 $8,312.36
                                                                                                         Fund 598 - Cable TV Totals           Invoice Transactions 17                 $8,771.04




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Vendor                                   Invoice No.     Invoice Description     Status          Held Reason   Invoice Date Due Date      G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 692 - Equipment Replacement Fund
  Department 265 - TWP Buildings
             Account 985.687 - DTE leveraged funds-energy efficiency costs
19762 - C Q R ELECTRIC, LLC              11172011 5      install 4 LED lights    Edit                          11/17/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       700.00
                                                         under gas pump
                                                         canopy
                                                                 Account 985.687 - DTE leveraged funds-energy efficiency costs Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $700.00
                                                                                                 Department 265 - TWP Buildings Totals           Invoice Transactions 1                   $700.00
  Department 305 - Police Department
             Account 975.207 - Capital Project - PD Building
19762 - C Q R ELECTRIC, LLC              111520114       TRAILER DEMO            Edit                          11/15/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       540.00
2878 - DTE ENERGY                        5278769000201 ELECTRIC BILL -           Edit                          12/06/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       376.43
                                         111             POLICE BUILDING
23110 - TESTING ENGINEERS &              122042          ENGINEERING FEES - Edit                               10/20/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                      2,477.25
CONSULTANTS INC                                          POLICE BUILDING
                                                                                 Account 975.207 - Capital Project - PD Building Totals          Invoice Transactions 3                  $3,393.68
                                                                                             Department 305 - Police Department Totals           Invoice Transactions 3                  $3,393.68
  Department 371 - Protective Inspection
             Account 985.000 - Equipment Replacement
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC               1921462         19" WIDE                Edit                          11/07/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       118.32
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC               1981223         MS GSA OFFICE PRO       Edit                          11/08/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       338.00
                                                         PLUS 2010
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC               1990415         HP SB 6200 DVD          Edit                          11/09/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        539.68
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC               B246683         HP NVIDIA QUADRO        Edit                          11/15/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                         92.76
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC               B375711         EVGA GEFORCE            Edit                          11/17/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                         31.91
26031 - CDW GOVERNMENT INC               B505898         CREDIT FOR HP           Edit                          11/21/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       (92.76)
                                                         NVIDIA QUADRO
                                                                                      Account 985.000 - Equipment Replacement Totals             Invoice Transactions 6                  $1,027.91
                                                                                          Department 371 - Protective Inspection Totals          Invoice Transactions 6                  $1,027.91
  Department 756 - Riverbends Park
             Account 985.751 - RBP
7857 - STONE'S ACE HARDWARE              43806           RBP ice rink paint      Edit                          11/03/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        68.77
2177 - BARRETT PAVING MATERIALS INC 132499               RBP road patch          Edit                          11/05/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       167.40
                                                                                                           Account 985.751 - RBP Totals          Invoice Transactions 2                   $236.17
                                                                                               Department 756 - Riverbends Park Totals           Invoice Transactions 2                   $236.17
  Department 758 - Parks - Other
             Account 750.000 - Equip Maint Cost
5434 - NATIONWIDE CONSTRUCTION           2020949         RBP skatepark ties      Edit                          11/03/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                        60.00
GROUP
1318 - MIRACLE RECREATION EQUIPMENT 718355               Lombardo tot lot Trolly Edit                          11/09/2011 12/07/2011      12/07/2011                                       522.00
COMPANY                                                  Assy
                                                                                              Account 750.000 - Equip Maint Cost Totals          Invoice Transactions 2                   $582.00
                                                                                                  Department 758 - Parks - Other Totals          Invoice Transactions 2                   $582.00



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Vendor                                   Invoice No.  Invoice Description      Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 692 - Equipment Replacement Fund
  Department 774 - Senior Citizen Operations
             Account 675.016 - Steering Committee Flea Market
5454 - DENNIS PENNEY                     112211       Piano Tuning Cmty        Edit                           11/12/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       105.00
                                                      Center
                                                                            Account 675.016 - Steering Committee Flea Market Totals              Invoice Transactions 1                   $105.00
            Account 985.000 - Equipment Replacement
3292 - LABARON'S BILLIARDS & GAME     2699          Pool Table Repair          Edit                           11/08/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       590.00
ROOM SUPPLY
13966 - IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS         5021321869    Sr Ctr Copier              Edit                           11/07/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       175.73
                                                    Maintenance
                                                                                      Account 985.000 - Equipment Replacement Totals             Invoice Transactions 2                   $765.73
                                                                                      Department 774 - Senior Citizen Operations Totals          Invoice Transactions 3                   $870.73
  Department 789 - Parks Recreation Maintenance
             Account 985.000 - Equipment Replacement
4525 - STO-COTE PRODUCTS INC/NICE      136298        38-bumper caps for        Edit                           11/09/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       350.17
RINK                                                 RBP ice rink
                                                                                   Account 985.000 - Equipment Replacement Totals                Invoice Transactions 1                    $350.17
                                                                              Department 789 - Parks Recreation Maintenance Totals               Invoice Transactions 1                    $350.17
                                                                                    Fund 692 - Equipment Replacement Fund Totals                 Invoice Transactions 18                 $7,160.66
Fund 701 - Trust & Agency
             Account 255.000 - Deposit from Customers
2800 - FARM BOY PRODUCE COMPANY          31169        Return Bond - Produce Edit                              04/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011 12/07/2011                            300.00
                                                      Sales
                                                                                      Account 255.000 - Deposit from Customers Totals            Invoice Transactions 1                   $300.00
             Account 255.371 - Bldg Performance Bonds
5442 - WFS CONSTRUCTION LLC             11 97111      49291 HIDDEN             Edit                           11/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.00
                                                      WOODS - BLDG BOND
5433 - GRAPHIK CONCEPTS                 11 94500      50800 CORPORATE -        Edit                           10/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        50.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
5432 - T M ENTERPRISES INC              11 95048      5603 PATRICIA - BLDG     Edit                           11/01/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        50.00
                                                      BOND
17260 - KYLE BUILDERS INC               11 56294      56396 ASHBROOKE -        Edit                           06/30/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
1623 - ANDERSON'S INSTALLATION          11 87185      53393 MARIAN - BLDG      Edit                           10/03/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        50.00
SERVICE INC                                           BOND
5380 - J M HARROP REMODELING &          11 87154      48544 SUGARBUSH -        Edit                           09/30/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
CONSTRUCTION LLC                                      BLDG BOND
5377 - LORE ANN HILLBOM                 11 86153      6434 WOODMIRE -          Edit                           09/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        50.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
24899 - ADMIRAL HOMES SHELBY LLC        11 85902      14806 VILLAGE PARK -     Edit                           09/27/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
25828 - NOBLE FENCE CO INC              11 94368      14723 PATTERSON -        Edit                           10/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        50.00
                                                      BLDG BOND



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                                                                            Accounts Payable by G/L Distribution Report
                                                                                                                                  Invoice Due Date Range 12/07/11 - 12/07/11



Vendor                                  Invoice No.   Invoice Description   Status           Held Reason   Invoice Date   Due Date     G/L Date     Received Date Payment Date   Invoice Amount
Fund 701 - Trust & Agency
             Account 255.371 - Bldg Performance Bonds
3915 - MICHIGAN FENCE SOLUTIONS LLC 11 97766          48165 ORIOLE - BLDG   Edit                           11/04/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                        25.00
                                                      BOND
3568 - EAST LLC                         11 26361      6688 SHADYDALE -      Edit                           03/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,225.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
17998 - GEMINI HOMES INC                11 41800      6535 NORTHWICK -      Edit                           05/12/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,085.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
4653 - INNOVA GROUP LLC                 11 4959       56309 EDGEWOOD -      Edit                           01/18/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,095.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
25696 - J B HOMES                       11 56176      5616 FRANCESCA -      Edit                           06/30/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       915.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
25471 - CORNERSTONE CUSTOM              11 86165      6177 SHADYDALE -      Edit                           09/28/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
BUILDING LLC                                          BLDG BOND
21101 - DEQUINDRE INVESTMENTS INC        11 82505     51850 DEQUINDRE -     Edit                           09/16/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       200.00
                                                      BLDG BOND
3991 - ENCORE BUILDING INC              11 24443      BUILDING BOND         Edit                           03/10/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      4,519.00
                                                      RETURN - 55175
                                                      TIMBERS EDGE
3991 - ENCORE BUILDING INC              10 96566      BUILDING BOND         Edit                           10/27/2010     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,125.00
                                                      RETURN - 55175
                                                      TIMBERS EDGE
3996 - PAUL ANTHONY HOMES INC           11 54829      BUILDING BOND         Edit                           06/27/2011     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                      1,122.50
                                                      RETURN - 56317
                                                      ASHBROOKE
23876 - F M H C CORPORATION             09 10177      BUILDING BOND         Edit                           07/20/2009     12/07/2011   12/07/2011                                       100.00
                                                      RETURN - 49215 VAN
                                                      DYKE
                                                                                   Account 255.371 - Bldg Performance Bonds Totals            Invoice Transactions 20               $12,386.50
                                                                                                   Fund 701 - Trust & Agency Totals           Invoice Transactions 21               $12,686.50
* = Prior Fiscal Year Activity                                                                                         Grand Totals           Invoice Transactions 504             $979,256.20




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MEMO
TO:              Terri Kowal, Clerk

FROM:            Jaime T. Barra, Appraiser III

DATE:            November 22, 2011

CC:              Richard Stathakis, Supervisor

RE:              Avon Gear Company, Request for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate for
                 Personal Property located at 11968 Investment Drive, unit 30 of the Cherry Creek
                 Corporate Park.

Please find that I have reviewed the documents submitted by the applicant and find that the information
supplied is consistent with the requirements of the State Tax Commission and the Township guidelines.

History:
On May 1st, 2007 the township board approved a request by Avon Gear to transfer an existing Industrial
Facilities Exemption Certificate for Personal Property from Rochester Hills to Shelby Township, and to
approve a new Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate for Real Property.

Originally Avon Gear Transferred 149 employees from their Rochester Hills location, and anticipated
creating an additional 12 jobs, resulting in a total of 161 new jobs to Shelby Township.

On January 6, 2009 Avon Gear Company requested, and was granted another Industrial Facilities
Exemption for Personal Property. At this time, Avon Gear Company employed 155 people, with the
anticipation of creating 10 new jobs.

On May 17, 2011, Avon Gear Company requested, and was granted an Industrial Facilities Exemption for
Personal Property. At this time, they employed 160 people, with the anticipation of creating 15 new jobs.

The Shelby Township Board of Trustees has approved the following Industrial Facilities Exemption
Certificates Granted to Avon Gear to date:

        Real Property                 2007   $5,800,000     Approved for 10 Years, to expire on 12/30/2017.
        Personal Property             2007   $7,000,000     Approved for 7 Years, to expire on 12/30/2014
        Personal Property             2009   $6,109,575     Approved for 5 Years, to expire on 12/30/2014
        Personal Property             2011   $2,324,175     Approved for 5 Years, to expire on 12/30/2016

Applicant Request:
Avon Gear Company is requesting the Shelby Township Board of Trustees to approve an Industrial
Facilities Exemption Certificate for new Personal Property, for a period of 12 years, in the amount of
$4,165,000. Avon Gear Company anticipates that it will retain 200 existing jobs, and will create 17 new
jobs due to the purchase of this equipment.

This equipment would be located in the existing Industrial Development District, approved on May 17th,
2007, described as Unit 30, of the Cherry Creek Corporate Park.

The Shelby Township guidelines require that an applicant be considered if they will be contributing a
substantial investment to the community along with quality employment. The Township board may also
consider additional goals and criteria as are consistent with the interests of the Township.

A Public Hearing will be held to discuss the issue presented. If approved, the Industrial Development
District will expire upon the expiration, withdrawal, or revocation of the last active Industrial Facilities
Exemption Certificate approved by the State Tax Commission.

If you have any questions or comments, please feel free to contact Tom Monchak or myself.
                          CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY

                            MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                            RESOLUTION TO ESTABLISH

              AN INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE

      Resolution made and adopted at a regular meeting of the Board of Trustees of

the Charter Township of Shelby, Macomb County, Michigan, held in the Municipal

Building on the 6th day of December, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.

PRESENT:      Members _____________________________________________

ABSENT:       Members _____________________________________________

       The following preamble and resolution was offered by Member ____ and

supported by Member ____.

      WHEREAS, Avon Gear Company, has requested the Township Board of the

Charter Township of Shelby approve its Application for an Industrial Facilities Exemption

Certificate pursuant to the provisions of Act 198, Public Acts of 1974, as amended;

      WHEREAS, the Charter Township of Shelby is a local governmental unit

empowered to establish Industrial Development Districts pursuant to Act 198, Public

Acts of 1974, as amended;

      WHEREAS, the Township Board on May 1, 2007, by Resolution established an

Industrial Development District pursuant to the petition of the titleholder, Shelby III

Industrial Investors, LLC., a Michigan Limited Liability Corporation.

      WHEREAS, Avon Gear Company, as a lessee, will continue to occupy the

facility situated within the aforesaid duly established Industrial Development District and

has the obligation to pay all ad valorem real and personal property taxes levied thereon;
        WHEREAS, said Application relates to New Personal Property that when

purchased and installed constitutes a new facility within the meaning of the aforesaid

Act which shall be situated within the aforesaid duly established Industrial Development

District;

        WHEREAS, completion of the proposed facility is calculated to, and will at the

time of issuance of the proposed Certificate have a reasonable likelihood of creating

employment within the Charter Township of Shelby;

        WHEREAS, completion of the proposed facility does not constitute merely the

addition of machinery and equipment for the purpose of increasing productive capacity,

but rather is a new facility with acquisition of new machinery, equipment, furniture and

fixtures;

        WHEREAS, the Township Board established December 6, 2011 at 7:00 p.m. as

the date and time and the Shelby Township Offices located at 52700 Van Dyke Avenue,

Shelby Township, Michigan 48316, as the place for the holding of a public hearing on

the question of whether the aforesaid Application should be approved.

        WHEREAS, the Township Clerk of the Charter Township of Shelby has given

written notice of said public hearing to the assessor of the Charter Township of Shelby

and to the legislative body of each taxing unit which levies ad valorem property taxes in

the Charter Township of Shelby, and has published a notice of said public hearing in a

newspaper of general circulation with the Charter Township of Shelby.

        WHEREAS, the Township Board has afforded the applicant, the assessor,

representatives of the affected taxing units, all residents and taxpayers of the Charter

Township of Shelby an opportunity to be heard in person or by written communication

as to whether the aforesaid Application should be approved; and,

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      WHEREAS, the Township Board has been informed that the taxable value of the

property proposed to be exempt pursuant to the aforesaid Application when considered

together with the aggregate taxable value of property exempt under certificates

previously granted and currently in force, does not exceed five (5%) percent of the

taxable value of the Charter Township of Shelby.

      NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF THE

CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY, MACOMB COUNTY, MICHIGAN;

      1. That the Township Board finds and determines that the granting of an

Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate to Avon Gear Company, when considered

together with the aggregate amount of Industrial Facility Exemption Certificates

previously granted and currently in force under Act No. 198 of the Public Acts of 1974

and Act No. 255 of the Public Acts of 1978, shall not have the effect of substantially

impeding the operation of the Charter Township of Shelby, or impairing the financial

soundness of a taxing unit which levies an ad valorem property tax in the Charter

Township of Shelby.

     2.   That the Township Board hereby approves the Application for Industrial

Facilities Exemption Certificate filed by Avon Gear Company, as a lessee of a new

facility for a period of _______ years, effective December 31, 2012.

   3. That in the event the aforesaid Application for Industrial Facilities Exemption

Certificate, when considered together with the aggregate taxable value of property

exempt under certificates previously granted and currently in force exceeds five (5%)

percent of the taxable value of the Charter Township of Shelby, the Township Board

urges the State Tax Commission, with the approval of the State Treasurer, to make a

finding and include a statement in the order approving said Industrial Facilities

                                                                                     3
Exemption Certificate, that the same, if granted, shall not have the effect of substantially

impeding the operation of the Charter Township of Shelby or impairing the financial

soundness of any affected taxing units.

     4.   That in accordance with Section 22 of Act 198, Public Acts of 1974, as

amended, that a written agreement between the Applicant and the Charter Township of

Shelby, shall be filed with the Department of Treasury in the form as executed and

attached to this Resolution.

AYES:        Members

NAYS:         Members

RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

                                     _________________________________________
                                     Richard Stathakis, Township Supervisor


                               CERTIFICATE OF CLERK

        I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a

resolution adopted by the Township Board of the Charter Township of Shelby, County of

Macomb, State of Michigan, at a regular meeting held on December 6, 2011 and that

public notice of said meeting was given as required by Act 267, Public Acts of 1976, as

amended.


                                          _____________________________________
                                          Terri Kowal, MMC, Township Clerk




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MEMORANDUM

TO:           Terri Kowal Shelby Township Clerk
CC:           Kathleen Moore Financial Director

FROM:         Unified Management Services / Sheila Darga

DATE:         November 21, 2011

SUBJECT:      Charter Township of Shelby - Shelby Manor Apartments
              Annual Maintenance Fee Increase


Please accept this memo as Unified Management Services proposal to increase the
tenant Maintenance Fee at Charter Township of Shelby / Shelby Manor Apartments
located at 13960 Lakeside Blvd North, Shelby Township by $12.00 per unit/month
effective January 1, 2012 for existing tenants.

The proposed maintenance fee structure will be as follows:

Tenants paying $154/month will be raised to $166/month
Tenants paying $157/month will be raised to $169/month
Tenants paying $182/month will be raised to $194/month

New move INS will be charged $200/month starting January 2012 for Maintenance Fees

Base rental rates remain the same and are as follows:
One bedroom apartment      $335/month
Two bedroom apartment      $415/month

If you have any questions regarding the proposed increase please contact me directly at
810-220-2616.

Thank You.




   Unified Property Group – 2200 Genoa Business Park Dr. – Ste 100 - Brighton, MI., 48114
Planning & Zoning Department
TOWNSHIP BOARD AGENDA                                            December 6, 2011

U.S. Farathane Corporation Building Expansion Plans – Approve Modification to
Consent Judgment

U.S. Farathane Company proposes the construction of an 110,081 square foot addition to
their existing building located at 11650 Park Court. The company’s ability to complete
this expansion, however, depends on the acquisition of property governed by a consent
judgment.

The consent judgment controls the development of 60 acres of land located at the
northeast corner of 22 Mile Road and the M-53 Freeway which encompasses this
expansion site. The original consent judgment was approved in 1989 and amended in
1998. The most recent amendment approved the:

•   Expansion of the Shelby West Mobile Home community to include an additional 183
    home sites.
•   Transfer of 34 acres of land to Shelby Township and $400,000 to Shelby Township
    assist with the development of a community park on this site.

The proposed expansion of the U.S. Farathane building occurs on property originally
planned for the continued development of Lombardo Park. The northerly area of the park
is planned for passive recreation purposes. The only planned improvements to this
portion of the park consist of a walking path and a gazebo/shelter. There are no plans to
develop this northerly portion of the park at this time.

Modification to the consent judgment requires approval from all three parties that
executed the original agreement in 1989 and the amendment in 1998. The Township has
been meeting with these respective parties for several months to work out the details of
another amendment that would permit the development the planned expansion of U.S.
Farathane. A copy of the draft amendment prepared by the township attorney is attached.

This project was introduced to the Board on July 19, 2011 at which time the Board
authorized the engineer, attorney and planning director to prepare a revised consent
judgment for consideration. Last month we presented a detailed site plan for the
proposed expansion. The final site plan was also presented to the Planning Commission
for their review.

The site plan largely conforms to all required zoning ordinance standards with three
exceptions. Approval of this consent judgment, however, gives the township the
opportunity to modify these requirements where reasonable and appropriate. A basis of
accepting these modifications is offered below.
1. Building Setback. Only a small corner of the building encroaches into the rear and side
   yard setback. This encroachment encompasses only 1,050 square feet of floor area or
   approximately one percent of the addition. Careful attention was given to the design of
   this addition to minimize any loss of privacy or nuisances for the abutting mobile home
   neighborhood. This was accomplished though additional landscaping along the common
   boundary line and the construction of a 16 foot tall privacy fence. The building elevations
   visible from the neighborhood feature additional masonry to improve the appearance of
   the structure. The owners of the mobile home community have participated in the review
   of this site plan.

2. Building Height. The variation in the height of the building is less than four feet and
   will not have a significant impact visually from the adjoining property.

3. Parking. Adequate parking is available to accommodate the number of employees over
   three working shifts including some surplus spaces. The documentation provided by the
   applicant supports the number of required parking spaces provided.

Approval of the draft consent judgment agreement will allow U.S. Farathane to continue
with the submission and review of the development plans for this site.



H:\Board\U.S. Farathane Memo (Dec. 2011).doc
Item 4.

Planner requests approval of an amendment to the Consent Judgement re:
Hallmark Development Company vs. Charter Township of Shelby, et al.


  THE CONSENT JUDGMENT AMENDMENTS WERE NOT AVAILABLE AT
      THE TIME THE AGENDA WAS DISTRIBUTED TO THE BOARD.


          IT WILL BE FORWARDED TO YOU WHEN IT IS AVAILABLE.
                                                   Charter Township of Shelby
                                                    Office of the Supervisor




Memo
        To:      Clerk Terri Kowal-w/attachment

        From: Richard Stathakis, Supervisor

        CC:      Judge Douglas Shepherd, 41A District Court
                 Laura Porter, 41A District Court Administrator

        Date: November 22, 2011

        Re:      Agenda Item – Board of Trustees Meeting – December 6, 2011
                 41A District Court – New Building Design & Construction
                 Proposed Ballot Language for February 28, 2012


The Board of Trustees although deciding not to pass a resolution regarding the move of the
41A District Court to Macomb Township, did confer that the matter of the 41A District Court
should be brought before the voters of the Township for final decision.

As a result of Board discussion that appeared to be in favor of placing this matter before
Township residents on the February 28, 2012 ballot, the following language as included in the
Motion presented below was prepared by Township Attorney Rob Huth for Board review and
consideration:

        “Do you support the Shelby Township Board of Trustees securing funds by
        allocation from the general fund, selling bonds, and/or authorizing tax revenues,
        to support the design and construction of a new District Court building in
        Shelby Township?”.

P:Dec2011 41ACourtBallotLanguage
These are part of the instructions from the Legislature regarding the
Presidential Primary of 2-28-12 as it applies to our addition of the 41-A
Court to the ballot. My rough estimate is about $5,000 for the
additional ballot, which is not reimbursable.

Terri Kowal, MMC
Clerk




Ballot language certification: The ballot wording of county and local
proposals to be presented at the presidential primary must be certified to
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the appropriate county or local clerk no later than December 20, 2011 (70
day prior to presidential primary). Local clerks receiving ballot wording must
forward it to the county clerk no later than December 22, 2011. The ballot
language certification deadline must be strictly observed; exceptions will
not be allowed.


Separate “special election” ballot needed: In an instance where a
special election is conducted in conjunction with the presidential primary, a
separate “special election” ballot will be needed for those voters who wish
to participate in the special election – but do not wish to request the
Republican Party or the Democratic Party presidential primary ballot.
(Voters who choose to participate in the Republican Party or the
Democratic Party presidential primary will not need the separate “special
election” ballot as any special elections conducted in conjunction with the
presidential primary will appear on the presidential primary ballot issued to
the voter.) There will be no state reimbursement for this “special election”
ballot.
                                                  Charter Township of Shelby
                                                   Office of the Supervisor




Memo
        To:     Clerk Terri Kowal-w/attachments

        CC:     Kathleen Moore, Director / Financial Management

        From: Richard H. Stathakis, Supervisor

        Date: November 30, 2011

        Re:     Agenda – Board of Trustees Meeting – December 6, 2011
                Amendment 2011 Budget and Adoption of 2012 Budget


Consistent with the Charter Township of Shelby Board of Trustees’ Budget Work Sessions on
August 23 & 25, 2011 and October 12, 2011, please include on the Board of Trustees Agenda
of December 6, 2011, the approval of the Amendment of the 2011 Budget and the Adoption
of the Proposed 2012 Budget for the Township, inclusive of the required language to
accomplish same.




RHS/amp

P:AgendaBudgetAmendAdopt2011-12
                                                    Shelby Twp. Clerk




Memo
 To:    Trustees
 From: Terri Kowal, MMC
 CC:    Rob Huth, Fazal Khan
 Date: 11/29/2011
 Re:    Meeting of January 3, 2012


 Fellow Board Members:

 The first day back to work this year after the New Year’s holiday is Tuesday, January
 3, 2012, which would be the day of a regular Board of Trustees’ meeting.

 Once again we run into the issue of the deadlines for the agenda. With the meeting
 on the 3rd, in order to get the agenda out to the board by December 22, the last day
 we are open, we would have a deadline of December 19th. That would be one day
 prior to the regular meeting of December 20th, which means we could put any critical
 items on that meeting.

 As we have done in the past, the Finance Dept. would prepare the bill run with time
 sensitive bills as necessary and we would send it out to the Board. Once the board
 has had time to review it they can call or email Finance to have any bills removed
 until the next agenda.

 The Board can choose to hold the meeting as scheduled, or move it to the next
 week, or cancel the meeting outright.




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                                                             Charter Township of Shelby
                                                              Human Resource Department




Memo
To:             The Charter Township of Shelby Board of Trustees

From:           Lisa Suida, Human Resources Director

Re:             Agenda Item – Board Meeting December 6, 2011
                Human Resource Director Requests Filling of Building Department Vacancy

CC:             Timothy Wood, Acting Director Building Department

Date:           November 23, 2011


At the May 17, 2011 Regular Meeting of the Shelby Township Board of Trustees, a motion was passed
approving the establishment of an eligibility list for the hire of a full-time Ordinance Enforcement Officer
in the Building Department. The Civil Service Commission certified an eligibility list and interviews of
the top three ranked candidates were conducted. As a result, The Building Director in conjunction with the
Human Resource Director are recommending Richard Zavislak for the position of Ordinance Enforcement
Officer

The selection of Mr. Zavislak was made in full compliance with the General Employee Civil Service
Rules and Regulations utilizing the current Ordinance Enforcement Officer Eligibility list. If approved,
Mr. Zavislak will be hired as an Ordinance Enforcement Officer, General Grade 18 ($40,148 - $46,147) and
begin work on January 3, 2012.


Respectfully,

Lisa Suida
Human Resources Director

CC:     Timothy Wood, Building Director

LMS
                                                      Building Department
                                                 Ordinance Enforcement Position

              Current Organizational Chart                                                    Proposed Organizational Chart


                                 Building Director                                                                         Building Director
                           Grade DH-A Department Head                                                                Grade DH-A Department Head


         Building Inspector II                    Building Inspector II                       Building Inspector II                                       Building Inspector II
               VACANT                              Grade 28 General                                 VACANT                                                 Grade 28 General
          Grade 28 General                                                                     Grade 28 General

          Building Inspector-                 Building/Mechanical Inspector                    Building Inspector-                                  Building/Mechanical Inspector
               VACANT                               Grade 27 General                                VACANT                                                Grade 27 General
          Grade 26 General                                                                     Grade 26 General

         Electrical Inspector                     Electrical Inspector II                     Electrical Inspector                                       Electrical Inspector II
              VACANT                               Grade 28 General                                VACANT                                                 Grade 28 General
         Grade 26 General                                                                     Grade 26 General

 Plumbing and Mechanical Inspector II        Plumbing/Mechanical Inspector         Plumbing and Mechanical Inspector II                            Plumbing/Mechanical Inspector
              VACANT                              Grade 27 General                              VACANT                                                  Grade 27 General
         Grade 28 General                                                                   Grade 28 General

Ordinance Enformcement Officer TEMP       Ordinance Enformcement Officer TEMP       Ordinance Enforcement Officer
        Part-time Temporary                       Part-time Temporary           REQUEST TO FILL FULL-TIME POSITION
          Grade 18 General                          Grade 18 General
                                                                                          Grade 18 General




                                                                                *This chart has been modified to highlight the request of this specific agenda item and does not
                                                                                reflect the full department organizational chart as approved for budgetary purposes
 
                                                         
                                                               Charter Township of Shelby Human 
                                                                     Resource Department 
                                                                                


Memo 
         To:            Terri Kowal, Township Clerk  
         From:          Lisa Suida, Human Resource Director 
         Date:          November 23, 2011 
         Re:            Agenda item – Board of Trustees – December 6, 2011 
                        Public Act 152 publicly funded health insurance contribution act 
_________________________________________________________________________________________ 
On September 24, 2011 Senate Bill 7 was approved by Governor Rick Snyder and became Public Act 
152, the publicly funded health insurance contribution act.  The act limits contributions by the 
Township toward employee health care costs and applies only to those collective bargaining 
agreements or contracts executed on or after September 15, 2011.  Section 8(2) of the act requires a 
vote by the governing body to comply with or exempt itself from the requirements of the act for 
each successive year.  Furthermore, the Board will be requested to vote on a motion before October 
15 each year to establish the Township’s health care cost sharing for the plan coverage year 
beginning on or after January 1, of the succeeding year. 
 
The publicly funded healthcare act established an annual hard cap of $5,500 for individual coverage, 
$11,000 for two‐person coverage and $15,000 for family coverage.i  Any cost in excess of this hard 
cap can be allocated by the Township to the employees.   Additionally, the Township Board of 
Trustees, by a 2/3 vote may exempt  itself from the hard cap and elect to pay  “not more than 80% of 
the total annual costs of all of the medical benefit plans it offers or contributes to for its employees 
and elected public officials.”   This would require that 20% of the total annual costs of all of the 
medical benefit plans the Township offers or contributes to for its effected employees and elected 
public officials be paid by employees. Finally, Township Board of Trustees may also elect by 2/3 vote 
to fully exempt itself from the requirements of the act. 
 
The Command Officer and 911 Communication Technicians Collective Bargaining Agreements are 
expired within the timeframe established by this act.  In order for the Township to be in compliance, 
the Board must decide which of the three contribution options will be implemented for these 
Bargaining Units for the plan year beginning January 1, 2012.    LMS 

         i
           Except as otherwise provided in this act, a public employer that offers or contributes to a medical
         benefit plan for its employees or elected public officials shall pay no more of the annual costs or
         illustrative rate and any payments for reimbursement of co-pays, deductibles, or payments into health
savings accounts, flexible spending accounts, or similar accounts used for health care costs, than a
total amount equal to $5,500.00 times the number of employees with single person coverage,
$11,000.00 times the number of employees with individual and spouse coverage, plus $15,000.00
times the number of employees with family coverage, for a medical benefit plan coverage year
beginning on or after January 1, 2012. A public employer may allocate its payments for medical
benefit plan costs among its employees and elected public officials as it sees fit. By October 1 of each
year after 2011, the state treasurer shall adjust the maximum payment permitted under this section for
each coverage category for medical benefit plan coverage years beginning the succeeding calendar
year, based on the change in the medical care component of the United States consumer price index
for the most recent 12-month period for which data are available from the United States department of
labor, bureau of labor statistics.
                                                       Act No. 152
                                                   Public Acts of 2011
                                               Approved by the Governor
                                                  September 24, 2011
                                            Filed with the Secretary of State
                                                   September 27, 2011
                                          EFFECTIVE DATE: September 27, 2011




                                             STATE OF MICHIGAN
                                             96TH LEGISLATURE
                                          REGULAR SESSION OF 2011
Introduced by Senator Jansen


      ENROLLED SENATE BILL No. 7
   AN ACT to limit a public employer’s expenditures for employee medical benefit plans; to provide the power and
duties of certain state agencies and officials; to provide for exceptions; and to provide for sanctions.

                                          The People of the State of Michigan enact:

   Sec. 1. This act shall be known and may be cited as the “publicly funded health insurance contribution act”.

   Sec. 2. As used in this act:
   (a) “Designated state official” means:
   (i) For an election affecting employees and officers in the judicial branch of state government, the state court
administrator.
   (ii) For an election affecting senate employees and officers, the secretary of the senate.
   (iii) For an election affecting house of representatives employees and officers, the clerk of the house.
   (iv) For an election affecting legislative council employees, the legislative council.
   (v) For an election affecting employees in the state classified service, the civil service commission.
  (vi) For an election affecting executive branch employees who are not in the state classified service, the state
employer.
   (b) “Flexible spending account” means a medical expense flexible spending account in conjunction with a cafeteria
plan as permitted under the federal internal revenue code of 1986.
   (c) “Health savings account” means an account as permitted under section 223 of the internal revenue code of 1986,
26 USC 223.
    (d) “Local unit of government” means a city, village, township, or county, a municipal electric utility system as
defined in section 4 of the Michigan energy employment act of 1976, 1976 PA 448, MCL 460.804, an authority created
under chapter VIA of the aeronautics code of the state of Michigan, 1945 PA 327, MCL 259.108 to 259.125c, or an
authority created under 1939 PA 147, MCL 119.51 to 119.62.
   (e) “Medical benefit plan” means a plan established and maintained by a carrier, a voluntary employees’ beneficiary
association described in section 501(c)(9) of the internal revenue code of 1986, 26 USC 501, or by 1 or more public
employers, that provides for the payment of medical benefits, including, but not limited to, hospital and physician
services, prescription drugs, and related benefits, for public employees or elected public officials. Medical benefit plan
does not include benefits provided to individuals retired from a public employer.

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    (f) “Public employer” means this state; a local unit of government or other political subdivision of this state; any
intergovernmental, metropolitan, or local department, agency, or authority, or other local political subdivision; a school
district, a public school academy, or an intermediate school district, as those terms are defined in sections 4 to 6 of the
revised school code, 1976 PA 451, MCL 380.4 to 380.6; a community college or junior college described in section 7 of
article VIII of the state constitution of 1963; or an institution of higher education described in section 4 of article VIII
of the state constitution of 1963.

   Sec. 3. Except as otherwise provided in this act, a public employer that offers or contributes to a medical benefit
plan for its employees or elected public officials shall pay no more of the annual costs or illustrative rate and any
payments for reimbursement of co-pays, deductibles, or payments into health savings accounts, flexible spending
accounts, or similar accounts used for health care costs, than a total amount equal to $5,500.00 times the number of
employees with single person coverage, $11,000.00 times the number of employees with individual and spouse coverage,
plus $15,000.00 times the number of employees with family coverage, for a medical benefit plan coverage year beginning
on or after January 1, 2012. A public employer may allocate its payments for medical benefit plan costs among its
employees and elected public officials as it sees fit. By October 1 of each year after 2011, the state treasurer shall adjust
the maximum payment permitted under this section for each coverage category for medical benefit plan coverage years
beginning the succeeding calendar year, based on the change in the medical care component of the United States
consumer price index for the most recent 12-month period for which data are available from the United States
department of labor, bureau of labor statistics.

    Sec. 4. (1) By a majority vote of its governing body, a public employer, excluding this state, may elect to comply with
this section for a medical benefit plan coverage year instead of the requirements in section 3. The designated state
official may elect to comply with this section instead of section 3 as to medical benefit plans for state employees and
state officers.
    (2) For medical benefit plan coverage years beginning on or after January 1, 2012, a public employer shall pay not
more than 80% of the total annual costs of all of the medical benefit plans it offers or contributes to for its employees
and elected public officials. For purposes of this subsection, total annual costs includes the premium or illustrative rate
of the medical benefit plan and all employer payments for reimbursement of co-pays, deductibles, and payments into
health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts, or similar accounts used for health care but does not include
beneficiary-paid copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, other out-of-pocket expenses, other service-related fees that are
assessed to the coverage beneficiary, or beneficiary payments into health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts,
or similar accounts used for health care. Each elected public official who participates in a medical benefit plan offered
by a public employer shall be required to pay 20% or more of the total annual costs of that plan. The public employer
may allocate the employees’ share of total annual costs of the medical benefit plans among the employees of the public
employer as it sees fit.

    Sec. 5. (1) If a collective bargaining agreement or other contract that is inconsistent with sections 3 and 4 is in effect
for a group of employees of a public employer on the effective date of this act, the requirements of section 3 or 4 do not
apply to that group of employees until the contract expires. A public employer’s expenditures for medical benefit plans
under a collective bargaining agreement or other contract described in this subsection shall be excluded from calculation
of the public employer’s maximum payment under section 4. The requirements of sections 3 and 4 apply to any extension
or renewal of the contract.
    (2) A collective bargaining agreement or other contract that is executed on or after September 15, 2011 shall not
include terms that are inconsistent with the requirements of sections 3 and 4.

   Sec. 6. A public employer may deduct the covered employee’s or elected public official’s portion of the cost of a
medical benefit plan from compensation due to the covered employee or elected public official. The employer may
condition eligibility for the medical benefit plan on the employee’s or elected public official’s authorizing the public
employer to make the deduction.

    Sec. 7. (1) The requirements of this act apply to medical benefit plans of all public employees and elected public
officials to the greatest extent consistent with constitutionally allocated powers, whether or not a public employee is a
member of a collective bargaining unit.
    (2) If a court finds the requirements of section 3 to be invalid, the expenditure limit in section 4 shall apply to a
public employer that does not exempt itself under section 8, except that the requirement for a majority vote of the
governing body of the public employer in section 4 shall not apply. If a court finds section 4 to be invalid, the expenditure
limit in section 3 shall apply to each public employer that does not exempt itself under section 8.

   Sec. 8. (1) By a 2/3 vote of its governing body each year, a local unit of government may exempt itself from the
requirements of this act for the next succeeding year.

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   (2) A 2/3 vote of the governing body of the local unit of government is required to extend an exemption under this
section to a new year.
   (3) An exemption under this section is not effective for a city with a mayor who is both the chief executive and chief
administrator, unless the mayor also approves the exemption.
   (4) An exemption under this section is not effective for a county with a county executive who is both the chief
executive and chief administrator, unless the county executive also approves the exemption.

    Sec. 9. If a public employer fails to comply with this act, the public employer shall permit the state treasurer to
reduce by 10% each economic vitality incentive program payment received under 2011 PA 63 and the department of
education shall assess the public employer a penalty equal to 10% of each payment of any funds for which the public
employer qualifies under the state school aid act of 1979, 1979 PA 94, MCL 388.1601 to 388.1772, during the period that
the public employer fails to comply with this act. Any reduction setoff or penalty amounts recovered shall be returned
to the fund from which the reduction is assessed or upon which the penalty is determined. The department of education
may also refer the penalty collection to the department of treasury for collection consistent with section 13 of 1941
PA 122, MCL 205.13.

   This act is ordered to take immediate effect.




                                                                                             Secretary of the Senate




                                                                              Clerk of the House of Representatives


Approved




                                            Governor




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Attached is the Additional Service Agreement for the upgrade to Logos.Net Human Resources –
Next Gen payroll software.

This is a request to add approval of this Agreement to the December 6, 2011 Board meeting.


Thank you.

Kathleen Moore
Finance Director
(586) 803-2060
                                    CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY

                               RESOLUTION TO ADOPT PUBLIC ACT 149

Whereas Charter Township of Shelby (the “Township”) has offered certain health care benefits to be
extended to certain employees upon retirement,

And whereas the Township desires to fund some or all of this obligation over the course of the employees’
services to the Township;

And whereas Public Act 149 of 1999 allows the investment of this fund in accordance with the public
employee retirement system investment act;

Therefore, we resolve as follows:

       1. To create the Retiree Health Care Investment Fund, which will hold funds set aside to fund health
          care benefits to be extended to certain employees upon retirement;

       2. To designate the Township Treasurer as the investment fiduciary;

       3. Withdrawals from this fund are restricted to any payments solely for the payment of health care
          benefits on behalf of qualified persons and the payment of the expenses of administration of the
          fund;

       4. “Qualified persons” shall mean any person or member of any group that has been granted health
          care benefits by the Township Board to be extended beyond the termination of employment;

       5. This fund shall not be required to be funded on an actuarial basis. However, the Township will
          obtain actuarial valuations of retiree health care benefits at least every two years, and may
          choose to make contributions into the fund on a basis recommended by an actuary.

AYES: _________________________________________________________________________________

NAYS: _________________________________________________________________________________



RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.



_______________________________                                   _________________________________

Richard H. Stathakis, Supervisor                                  Terri Kowal, MMC, Clerk

                                         CERTIFICATE OF CLERK

       I hereby certify that the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the
Township Board of the Charter Township of Shelby, County of Macomb, State of Michigan, at a regular
meeting held on December 6, 2011 and that public notice of said meeting was given as required by Act 267,
Public Acts of 1976, as amended.

                                                    _____________________________________________

                                                    Terri Kowal, MMC, Clerk
                                             Charter Township of Shelby 
                                  Fund Balance Classification Policies and Procedures 
                                                        GASB 54 
                                                             
Purpose 
 
The purpose of this policy is to establish a key element of the financial stability of the Charter Township of Shelby 
by setting guidelines for fund balance.  Fund balance is an important measure of economic stability.  It is essential 
that the Charter Township of Shelby maintain adequate levels of fund balance to mitigate financial risk that can 
occur  from  unforeseen  revenue  fluctuations,  unanticipated  expenditures,  and  similar  circumstances.    The  fund 
balance also provides cash flow liquidity for the general operations of the Charter Township of Shelby. 
 
Definitions 
 
Fund Balance – A governmental fund’s fund balance is the difference between its assets and its liabilities.   
 
Fund  Balance  –  An  accounting  distinction  is  made  between  the  portions  of  fund  equity  that  are  spendable  and 
nonspendable.  Under GASB 54, these are broken up into five categories: 
 
     1) Nonspendable  fund  balance  –  Amounts  that  are  not  in  a  spendable  form  (such  as  inventory)  or  are 
          required to be maintained intact (such as the corpus of an endowment fund) 
           
     2) Restricted fund balance –Amounts that can be spent only for the specific purposes stipulated by external 
          resource  providers  either  constitutionally  or  through  enabling  legislation.    Examples  include  grants  and 
          dedicated millages. 
 
     3) Committed  fund  balance  Amounts  constrained  to  specific  purposes  by  a  government  itself  using  its 
          highest level of decision‐making authority; to be reported as committed, amounts cannot be used for any 
          other  purpose  unless  the  government  takes  the  same  highest‐level  action  to  remove  or  change  the 
          constraint. 
 
     4) Assigned  fund  balance  –Amounts  intended  to  be  used  by  the  government  for  specific  purposes.    Intent 
          can be expressed by the governing body or by an official or body to which the governing body delegates 
          the authority.  In governmental funds other than the general fund, assigned fund balance represents the 
          amount  that  is  not  restricted  or  committed.    This  indicates  that  resources  in  other governmental  funds 
          are, at a minimum, intended to be used for the purpose of that fund. 
 
     5) Unassigned fund balance – is the residual classification of the general fund and includes all amounts not 
          contained in other classifications.  Unassigned amounts are technically available for any purpose.   
 
Policies 
 
Committed Fund Balance  
     - The Board of Trustees is the Charter Township of Shelby’s highest level of decision‐making authority and 
          the formal action that is required to be taken to establish, modify, or rescind a fund balance commitment 
          is a resolution approved by the Board of Trustees at the board meeting.  The resolution must either be 
          approved or rescinded, as applicable, prior to the last day of the fiscal year for which the commitment is 
          made.  The amount subject to the constraint may be determined in the subsequent period. 
 
Assigned Fund Balance  
 
          - The Board of Trustees has authorized the Director of Financial Management as the official authorized 
               to assign fund balance to a specific purpose as approved by this fund balance policy.   
 
Order of Expenditure of Funds (Spending Prioritization) 
 
When  multiple  components  of  fund  balance  are  available  for  the  same  expenditure  (for  example,  a  project  has 
both restricted and unrestricted funds available for it), spending will occur in this order: 
 
For the General Fund – restricted, committed, assigned then unassigned; 
 
All other fund – unassigned, assigned, committed then restricted.   
 
 
Fund Transfer 
 
In preparation for GASB 54 compliance as of December 31, 2011, the Fund Balance for the Cable Television Fund 
will be transferred to a Capital Project Fund for use in funding future capital equipment or projects.  
 
                    Charter Township of Shelby
                               Theodore P. Schoenherr, Director
                            Department of Public Works, Water and Sewer
6333 23 Mile Road                                                          Phone:     586 726-7272
Shelby Township, MI 48316-4405                                               Fax:     586 726-7221
                                                                          Website:    shelbytwp.org
                                                                           Email: dpw@shelbytwp.org
November 21, 2011

Charter Township of Shelby
Board of Trustees
52700 Van Dyke
Shelby Township, MI 48316

RE: Recommendation to Award Contract, Sanitary Sewer Lead—56481 Mound Road

Honorable Board Members:

In 1998, a sanitary sewer, Special Assessment District 26-S-96 was constructed along the east side
of Mound Road between 25 and 26 Mile Roads. The intent at that time was to provide leads to all of
the properties within the district with one exception—if an existing home was on a parcel with several
acres, which were likely to be developed, no lead was constructed. The philosophy behind this
decision was that it was assumed that the acreage would be developed, the existing residence
demolished, and a connection to the sanitary sewer main would be made at a designed location and
depth at the expense of the developer. The plan would reduce the overall total of the project.

In this particular case, the property was not developed, and the home on this property is in need of
sanitary sewer service. As the property was included in the special assessment district, the property
owner is entitled to a sanitary sewer lead.

Fazal Khan and Associates solicited bids for this project, received and opened the four sealed bids,
and made a recommendation. Please consider this letter to be my concurrence with the
recommendation of the Township Engineer to award the contract for this project to the low bidder,
Wozniak Underground, 4220 22 Mile Road, Shelby Township, MI 48315, at a cost of $22,375.00.
This action will fulfill the Township’s obligation to provide a sanitary sewer lead to this property.

Thank you for your attention in this matter. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to
contact me.

Very truly yours,



Theodore P. Schoenherr
Director of Public Works

Attachments
                                       CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY

                                           BID SUMMARY SHEET


                                   Shelby Twp. 56481 Mound Road
       Contract Title:             Sanitary Sewer Lead          FKAJob No.        ST-11108
       Bid Date:                   November 18,2011             Time of Bid Opening:                          10:00 a.m.

                                   Executed Bid   All Addenda  Base Proposal           Alternate Proposal Proposal
       Bidder                      Security       Acknowledged Amount                  Amount             Signed

       C&P
   1

       Man-Con
  2

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                                      J                  j       'I ~-: ~OeA    c)C)    :J?"s70,od              j
       Capital Contracting
   7

       Scott-Williams Excavating
   8
                    Charter Township of Shelby
                                Theodore P. Schoenherr, Director
                             Department of Public Works, Water and Sewer
6333 23 Mile Road                                                            Phone:     586 726-7272
Shelby Township, MI 48316-4405                                                 Fax:     586 726-7221
                                                                            Website:    shelbytwp.org
                                                                             Email: dpw@shelbytwp.org
November 22, 2011



Charter Township of Shelby
Board of Trustees
52700 Van Dyke
Shelby Township, MI 48316-3572

RE: Honeywell Service Agreement

Honorable Board Members:

Attached please find a service agreement from Honeywell Building Solutions for the Department of
Public Works facility in the amount of $4,596.00.

With this agreement Honeywell will provide 24 hours of technical service and assistance for a period
of one year. These hours will be used for preventative maintenance and repair to the heating,
ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) mechanical and control system. The DPW would also be
given a priority four hour response on emergency repair requests.

This is a 3-year contract that will automatically renew unless it is terminated by either party at least 60
days prior to the end of each term. However, at this time I am asking the Board to approve this
service for one year at the cost indicated above.

I have discussed this service agreement with Paul Gjeldum, and it is similar to the one being used for
other Township facilities.

Please consider this letter to be my request to enter into the service agreement with Honeywell
Building Solutions for a period of one year. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to
contact me.

Very truly yours,

CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY




Theodore P. Schoenherr
Director of Public Works

Attachment
Honeywell Building Solutions
SERVICE AGREEMENT

Project Name:            Charter Twp of Shelby-Hours Based Agreement
Proposal Number:         919-03-51275
Date:                   08-22-2011
Agreement Number:       919-03-51275


(PROVIDER)                                                                  (CUSTOMER)

Honeywell Building Solutions                                                Charter Twp of Shelby
49116 Wixom Tech Drive                                                      6333 23 Mile Road
Wixom, MI. 48393                                                            Shelby Township, MI. 48316



Service Location Name:                   Charter Twp of Shelby-DPW
Service Location Address:                6333 23 Mile Road

Scope of Work: Honeywell will provide Temperature/Mechanical Pipefitter and/or Building Automation System (BAS) Technician labor for
Twenty-Four (24) hours per year. These hours are to be directed by the facility maintenance staff. The hours are for the purpose of
preventative maintenance, repair and emergency labor on the existing temperature control system and Honeywell XBS Building Automation
System. Customer also receives four hour response on emergency repair requests. Any materials required to perform these services are not
included in this quotation. Trip charge/mileage included. These hours are to be used during normal business hours, M-F, 7:30 AM to 4:30 PM


Contract Term:                       three (3) years from the Effective Date.          Customer___ Honeywell___
                                                                                            (INITIALS)
Contract Effective Date:             09-01-2011
Price for Year 1:                    Four thousand four hundred sixty-three and 00/100 dollars, ($4,596.00), (plus
applicable taxes).
Price for Year 2:                     Four Thousand six hundred eighty-eight and 00/100 dollars ($4,688.00)
Price for Year 3:                     Four Thousand seven hundred fifty-eight and 00/100 dollars ($4,758.00)
Payment Terms:                       semi-annual


    Sales Tax will be invoiced separately                Use Tax is included in the Price            This sale is tax exempt

Renewal: The Contract Term will automatically be renewed for consecutive terms of one year unless terminated by either party
by the delivery of written notice to the other at least sixty (60) days prior to the end of such term, or unless terminated as
provided herein.

Submitted by HBS: (signature)            _____________________
Name:                                    Lauretta Kloha_________
Title:                                   Customer Advocate ____
Date:                                    8/22/2011_____________               This proposal is valid for 30 days.


Acceptance: This proposal and the pages attached shall become an Agreement in accordance with Article 13 below and only
upon signature below by an authorized representative of HONEYWELL and CUSTOMER.


Accepted by:
HONEYWELL BUILDING SOLUTIONS                                       CUSTOMER:           (Charter Twp of Shelby)

Signature:                                                         Signature:
Name:                                                              Name:
Title:                                                             Title:
Date:                                                              Date:


Proposal Number 919-03-51275
Honeywell Service Agreement – (Rev. 04/11)                                                                Page 1 of 4
General Terms and Conditions
1. WORKING HOURS

Unless otherwise stated, all labor and services under this Agreement will be performed during the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. local time Monday through Friday, excluding federal holidays. If for any reason Customer requests
Honeywell to furnish any labor or services outside of the hours of 8:00 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. local time Monday through Friday (or on federal holidays), any overtime or additional expenses, such as repairs or material costs not included in
this Agreement, will be billed to and paid by Customer.

2. TAXES

2.1 Customer agrees to pay the amount of any new or increased taxes or governmental charges upon labor or the production, shipment, sale, installation, or use of equipment or software which become effective after the date of this
Agreement. If Customer claims any such taxes do not apply to transactions covered by this Agreement, Customer shall provide Honeywell with a tax exemption certificate acceptable to the applicable taxing authorities.

2.2 Tax-Related Cooperation. CUSTOMER agrees to execute any documents and to provide additional reasonable cooperation to HONEYWELL related to HONEYWELL tax filings under Internal Revenue Code Section 179D.
HONEYWELL will be designated the sole Section 179D beneficiary.
3. PROPRIETARY INFORMATION

3.1 All proprietary information (as defined herein) obtained by Customer from Honeywell in connection with this Agreement will remain the property of Honeywell, and Customer will not divulge such information to any third party
without prior written consent of Honeywell. The term "proprietary information" means written information (or oral information reduced to writing), or information in machine-readable form, including but not limited to software
supplied to Customer which Honeywell deems proprietary or confidential and characterizes as proprietary at the time of disclosure to Customer by marking or labeling the same "Proprietary, “Confidential”, or “Sensitive”. The
Customer shall incur no obligations hereunder with respect to proprietary information which: (a) was in the Customer’s possession or was known to the Customer prior to its receipt from Honeywell; (b) is independently developed by
the Customer without the utilization of such confidential information of Honeywell; (c) is or becomes public knowledge through no fault of the Customer; (d) is or becomes available to the Customer from a source other than
Honeywell; (e) is or becomes available on an unrestricted basis to a third party from Honeywell or from someone acting under its control; (f) is received by Customer after notification to Honeywell that the Customer will not accept
any further information.

3.2 Customer agrees that Honeywell may use nonproprietary information pertaining to the Agreement, and the work performed under the Agreement, for press releases, case studies, data analysis, promotional purposes, and other
similar documents or statements to be publicly released, as long as Honeywell submits any such document or statement to Customer for its approval, which will not be unreasonably withheld. Honeywell may, during and after the term
of this Agreement, compile and use, and disseminate in anonymous and aggregated form, all data and information related to building optimization and energy usage obtained in connection with this Agreement. The rights and
obligations in this Section 3 shall survive termination of this Agreement.

4. INSURANCE OBLIGATIONS

Honeywell shall, at its own expense, carry and maintain in force at all times from the effective date of the Contract through final completion of the work the following insurance. It is agreed, however, that Honeywell has the right to
insure or self-insure any of the insurance coverages listed below:

(a) Commercial General Liability Insurance to include contractual liability, products/completed operations liability with a combined single limit of USD $5,000,000 per occurrence. Such policy will be written on an occurrence form
basis;

(b) If automobiles are used in the execution of the Contract, Automobile Liability Insurance with a minimum combined single limit of USD $5,000,000 per occurrence. Coverage will include all owned, leased, non-owned and hired
vehicles.

(c) Where applicable, “All Risk” Property Insurance, including Builder’s Risk insurance, for physical damage to property which is assumed in the Contract.

(d) Workers’ Compensation Insurance Coverage A - Statutory limits and Coverage B-Employer’s Liability Insurance with limits of USD $1,000,000 for bodily injury each accident or disease.

Prior to the commencement of the Contract, Honeywell will furnish evidence of said insurance coverage in the form of a Memorandum of Insurance which is accessible at: http://www51.honeywell.com/moi/liability-n2/ds-
united.html. All insurance required in this Article will be written by companies with a rating of no less than “A-, XII” by A.M. Best or equivalent rating agency. Honeywell will endeavor to provide a thirty (30) day notice of
cancellation or non-renewal to the Customer. In the event that a self-insured program is implemented, Honeywell will provide adequate proof of financial responsibility.

5. HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES, MOLD AND UNSAFE WORKING CONDITIONS

5.1 Customer has not observed or received notice from any source (formal or informal) of (a) Hazardous Substances or Mold, either airborne or on or within the walls, floors, ceilings, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems,
plumbing systems, structure, and other components of the Site, or within furniture, fixtures, equipment, containers or pipelines in a Site; or (b) conditions that, to Customer’s knowledge, might cause or promote accumulation,
concentration, growth or dispersion of Hazardous Substances or Mold on or within such locations.

5.2 Honeywell is not responsible for determining whether the Covered Equipment or the temperature, humidity and ventilation settings used by Customer, are appropriate for Customer and the Site except as specifically provided in
an attached Work Scope Document.

5.3 If any such materials, situations or conditions, whether disclosed or not, are in fact discovered by Honeywell or others and provide an unsafe condition for the performance of the work or Services, the discovery of the condition
shall constitute a cause beyond Honeywell’s reasonable control and Honeywell shall have the right to cease the work or Services until the area has been made safe by Customer or Customer’s representative, at Customer’s expense.
Honeywell shall have the right to terminate this Agreement if Customer has not fully remediated the unsafe condition within sixty (60) days of discovery.

5.4 Customer represents that Customer has not retained Honeywell to discover, inspect, investigate, identify, prevent or remediate Hazardous Substances or Mold or conditions caused by Hazardous Substances or Mold.

5.5 TO THE FULLEST EXTENT ALLOWED BY LAW, CUSTOMER SHALL INDEMNIFY AND HOLD HONEYWELL HARMLESS FROM AND AGAINST ANY AND ALL CLAIMS AND COSTS OF
WHATEVER NATURE, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, CONSULTANTS’ AND ATTORNEYS’ FEES, DAMAGES FOR BODILY INJURY AND PROPERTY DAMAGE, FINES, PENALTIES, CLEANUP
COSTS AND COSTS ASSOCIATED WITH DELAY OR WORK STOPPAGE, THAT IN ANY WAY RESULTS FROM OR ARISES UNDER THE BREACH OF THE REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES IN
THIS SECTION, THE EXISTENCE OF MOLD OR A HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE AT A SITE, OR THE OCCURRENCE OR EXISTENCE OF THE SITUATIONS OR CONDITIONS DESCRIBED IN THIS
SECTION, WHETHER OR NOT CUSTOMER PROVIDES HONEYWELL ADVANCE NOTICE OF THE EXISTENCE OR OCCURRENCE AND REGARDLESS OF WHEN THE HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCE OR
OCCURRENCE IS DISCOVERED OR OCCURS. THIS INDEMNIFICATION SHALL SURVIVE TERMINATION OF THIS AGREEMENT FOR WHATEVER REASON.

5.6 Customer is responsible for the containment of any and all refrigerant stored on or about the premises. Customer accepts all responsibility for and agrees to indemnify Honeywell against any and all claims, damages, or causes of
action that arise out of the storage, consumption, loss and/or disposal of refrigerant, except to the extent Honeywell has brought refrigerant onsite and is directly and solely negligent for its mishandling.

6. WARRANTY AND LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

6.1 Honeywell will replace or repair any product Honeywell provides under this Agreement that fails within the warranty period (one) 1 year because of defective workmanship or materials, except to the extent the failure results from
Customer negligence, or from fire, lightning, water damage, or any other cause beyond the control of Honeywell. This warranty applies to all products Honeywell provides under this Agreement, whether or not manufactured by
Honeywell. The warranty is effective as of the date of Customer acceptance of the product or the date Customer begins beneficial use of the product, whichever occurs first.

6.2 THE WARRANTIES SET FORTH HEREIN ARE EXCLUSIVE, AND HONEYWELL EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS AND CUSTOMER EXPRESSLY WAIVES ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, WHETHER
WRITTEN OR ORAL, IMPLIED OR STATUTORY, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY WARRANTY OF WORKMANSHIP, CONSTRUCTION, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A
PARTICULAR PURPOSE, WITH RESPECT TO THE SERVICES, EQUIPMENT, AND MATERIALS PROVIDED HEREUNDER. HONEYWELL SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY PROPERTY DAMAGE,
PERSONAL INJURY, LOSS OF INCOME, EMOTIONAL DISTRESS, DEATH, LOSS OF USE, LOSS OF VALUE, ADVERSE HEALTH EFFECT OR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECULATIVE,
REMOTE, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE, OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, ARISING FROM, OR RELATING TO, THIS LIMITED WARRANTY OR ITS BREACH.

6.3 Honeywell makes no representation or warranty, express, implied or otherwise, regarding Hazardous Substances or Mold. Honeywell shall have no duty, obligation or liability, all of which Customer expressly waives, for any
damage or claim, whether known or unknown, including but not limited to property damage, personal injury, loss of income, emotional distress, death, loss of use, loss of value, adverse health effect or any special, consequential,
punitive, exemplary or other damages, regardless of whether such damages may be caused by or otherwise associated with defects in the Services, in whole or in part due to or arising from any investigation, testing, analysis,
monitoring, cleaning, removal, disposal, abatement, remediation, decontamination, repair, replacement, relocation, loss of use of building, or equipment and systems, or personal injury, death or disease in any way associated with
Hazardous Substances or Mold.

7. INDEMNITY

Honeywell agrees to indemnify and hold Customer and its agents and employees harmless from all claims for bodily injury and property damages to the extent such claims result from or arise under Honeywell’s negligent actions or
willful misconduct in its performance of the Work required under this Agreement, provided that such indemnity obligation is valid only to the extent (i) Customer gives Honeywell immediate notice in writing of any such claims and
permits Honeywell, through counsel of its choice and Honeywell’s sole cost and expense, to answer the claims and defend any related suit and (ii) Customer gives Honeywell all needed information, assistance and authority, at
Honeywell’s expense, to enable Honeywell to defend such suit. Honeywell is not responsible for any settlement without its written consent. Honeywell is not liable for loss or damage caused by the negligence of Customer or any other
party or such party’s employees or agents. This obligation shall survive termination of this Agreement. Notwithstanding the foregoing, Customer agrees that Honeywell will not be responsible for any damages caused by Mold or any
other fungus or biological material or agent, including but not limited to property damage, personal injury, loss of income, emotional distress, death, loss of use, loss of value, adverse health effect or any special, consequential,
punitive, exemplary or other damages, regardless of whether such damages may be caused by or otherwise associated with defects in the Services.




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8. LIMITATION OF LIABILITY

8.1 IN NO EVENT SHALL HONEYWELL BE LIABLE FOR ANY SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECULATIVE, REMOTE, CONSEQUENTIAL, PUNITIVE OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES, WHETHER
ARISING OUT OF OR AS A RESULT OF BREACH OF CONTRACT, WARRANTY, TORT (INCLUDING NEGLIGENCE), STRICT LIABILITY, MOLD, MOISTURE, INDOOR AIR QUALITY, OR
OTHERWISE, ARISING FROM, RELATING TO, OR CONNECTED WITH THE SERVICES, EQUIPMENT, MATERIALS, OR ANY GOODS PROVIDED HEREUNDER.

8.2 NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING TO THE CONTRARY HEREIN, IF A PORTION OF THE SERVICES INVOLVES THE INSTALLATION AND/OR MAINTENANCE OF SYSTEMS ASSOCIATED WITH
SECURITY AND/OR THE DETECTION OF AND/OR REDUCTION OF RISK OF LOSS ASSOCIATED WITH FIRE, HONEYWELL’S TOTAL LIABILITY ARISING OUT OF OR AS A RESULT OF ITS
PERFORMANCE UNDER THIS AGREEMENT SHALL NOT EXCEED THE AMOUNT OF THIS AGREEMENT.

9. EXCUSABLE DELAYS

Honeywell is not liable for damages caused by delay or interruption in Services due to fire, flood, corrosive substances in the air, strike, lockout, dispute with workmen, inability to obtain material or services, commotion, war, acts of
God, the presence of Hazardous Substances or Mold, or any other cause beyond Honeywell’s reasonable control. Should any part of the system or any Equipment be damaged by fire, water, lightning, acts of God, the presence of
Hazardous Substances or Mold, third parties or any other cause beyond the control of Honeywell, any repairs or replacement will be paid for by Customer. In the event of any such delay, date of shipment or performance will be
extended by a period equal to the time lost by reason of such delay, and Honeywell will be entitled to recover from Customer its reasonable costs, overhead, and profit arising from such delay.

10. PATENT INDEMNITY

10.1 Honeywell shall, at its expense, defend or, at its option, settle any suit that may be instituted against Customer for alleged infringement of any United States patents related to the hardware or software manufactured and provided
by Honeywell under this Agreement (“the equipment”), provided that a) such alleged infringement consists only in the use of such equipment by itself and not as part of, or in combination with, any other devices, parts or software not
provided by Honeywell hereunder, b) Customer gives Honeywell immediate notice in writing of any such suit and permits Honeywell, through counsel of its choice, to answer the charge of infringement and defend such suit, and c)
Customer gives Honeywell all needed information, assistance and authority, at Honeywell’s expense, to enable Honeywell to defend such suit.

10.2 If such a suit has occurred, or in Honeywell’s opinion is likely to occur, Honeywell may, at its election and expense: a) obtain for Customer the right to continue using such equipment; b) replace, correct or modify it so that it is
not infringing; or if neither a) or b) is not reasonable then c) remove such equipment and grant Customer a credit therefore, as depreciated.

10.3 In the case of a final award of damages in any such suit, Honeywell will pay such award. Honeywell will not, however, be responsible for any settlement made without its written consent.

10.4 THIS ARTICLE STATES HONEYWELL’S TOTAL LIABILITY AND CUSTOMER’S SOLE REMEDY FOR ANY ACTUAL OR ALLEGED INFRINGEMENT OF ANY PATENT BY THE HARDWARE
MANUFACTURED AND PROVIDED BY HONEYWELL HEREUNDER.

11. SOFTWARE LICENSE

All software provided in connection with this Agreement shall be licensed and not sold. The end user of the software will be required to sign a license agreement with provisions limiting use of the software to the equipment provided
under these specifications, limiting copying, preserving confidentiality, and prohibiting transfer to a third party. Licenses of this type are standard for computer-based equipment of the type covered by this Agreement. Customer shall
be expected to grant Honeywell access to the end user for purposes of obtaining the necessary software license.

12. DISPUTE RESOLUTION

With the exception of any controversy or claim arising out of or related to the installation, monitoring, and/or maintenance of fire and/or security systems, the Parties agree that any controversy or claim between Honeywell and
Customer arising out of or relating to this Agreement, or the breach thereof, will be settled by arbitration in a neutral venue, conducted in accordance with the Construction Industry Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration
Association. Any award rendered by the arbitrator will be final, and judgment may be entered upon it in accordance with applicable law in any court having jurisdiction thereof. Any controversy or claim arising out of or related to the
installation, monitoring, and/or maintenance of systems associated with security and/or the detection of, and/or reduction of risk of loss associated with fire will be resolved in a court of competent jurisdiction.

13. ACCEPTANCE

This proposal and the pages attached shall become an Agreement upon signature above by Honeywell and Customer. The terms and conditions are expressly limited to the provisions hereof, including Honeywell’s General Terms and
Conditions attached hereto, notwithstanding receipt of, or acknowledgment by, Honeywell of any purchase order, specification, or other document issued by Customer. Any additional or different terms set forth or referenced in
Customer’s purchase order are hereby objected to by Honeywell and shall be deemed a material alteration of these terms and shall not be a part of any resulting order.

14. MISCELLANEOUS

14.1 This Agreement represents the entire Agreement between Customer and Honeywell for the Work described herein and supersedes all prior negotiations, representations or Agreements between the Parties related to the work
described herein.

14.2 None of the provisions of this Agreement shall be modified, altered, changed or voided by any subsequent Purchase Order or other document unilaterally issued by Customer that relates to the subject matter of this Agreement.
This Agreement may be amended only by written instrument signed by both Parties.

14.3 This Agreement is governed by the law of the State where the work is to be performed.

14.4 Any provision or part of this Agreement held to be void or unenforceable under any laws or regulations will be deemed stricken, and all remaining provisions will continue to be valid and binding upon Honeywell and Customer,
who agree that this Agreement shall be reformed to replace such stricken provision or part thereof with a valid and enforceable provision that comes as close as possible to expressing the intention of the stricken provision.

14.5 Customer may not assign its rights or delegate its obligations under this Agreement, in whole or in part, without the prior written consent of Honeywell. Honeywell may assign its right to receive payment to a third party.

15. COVERAGE

15.1 Customer agrees to provide access to all Equipment covered by this Agreement. Honeywell will be free to start and stop all primary equipment incidental to the operation of the mechanical, control, automation, and life safety
system(s) as arranged with Customer’s representative.

15.2 It is understood that the repair, replacement, and emergency service provisions apply only to the Equipment included in the attached List of Covered Equipment. Repair or replacement of non-maintainable parts of the system
such as, but not limited to, ductwork, piping, shell and tube (for boilers, evaporators, condensers, and chillers), unit cabinets, boiler refractory material, heat exchangers, insulating material, electrical wiring, hydronic and pneumatic
piping, structural supports and other non-moving parts, is not included under this Agreement. Costs to repair or replace such non-maintainable parts will be the sole responsibility of Customer.

15.3 Honeywell will not reload software, nor make repairs or replacements necessitated by reason of negligence or misuse of the Equipment by persons other than Honeywell or its employees, or caused by lightning, electrical storm,
or other violent weather or by any other cause beyond Honeywell’s control. Honeywell will provide such services at Customer’s request and at an additional charge. Customer is entitled to receive Honeywell’s then current preferred-
Customer labor rates for such services.

15.4 Honeywell may install diagnostic devices and/or software at Honeywell’s expense to enhance system operation and support. Upon termination of this Agreement, Honeywell may remove these devices and return the system to
its original operation. Customer agrees to provide, at its sole expense, connection to the switched telephone network for the diagnostic devices and/or software.

15.5 Honeywell will review the Services delivered under this Agreement on an annual basis, unless otherwise noted.

15.6 This Agreement assumes that the systems and/or Equipment included in the attached List of Covered Equipment are in maintainable condition. If repairs are necessary upon initial inspection or initial seasonal start-up, repair
charges will be submitted for approval. Should these charges be declined, those non-maintainable items will be eliminated from coverage under this Agreement and the price adjusted accordingly.

15.7 In the event that the system or any equipment component thereof is altered, modified, changed or moved, this Agreement may be immediately adjusted or terminated, at Honeywell’s sole option. HONEYWELL is not
responsible for any damages resulting from such alterations, modifications, changes or movement

15.8 Honeywell is not responsible for maintaining a supply of, furnishing and/or replacing lost or needed chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) based refrigerants not otherwise required under this Agreement. Customer is solely responsible for
the cost of material and labor of any such refrigerant not otherwise provided for under this Agreement at current market rates.

15.9 Maintenance, repairs, and replacement of Equipment parts and components are limited to restoring to proper working condition. Honeywell is not obligated to provide replacement software, equipment, components and/or parts
that represent a significant betterment or capital improvement to Customer’s system(s) hereunder.

15.10 Unless otherwise specified, Customer retains all responsibility for maintaining LANs, WANs, leased lines and/or other communication mediums incidental or essential to the operation of the system(s) or Equipment found
included in the attached List of Covered Equipment.

15.11 Customer will promptly notify Honeywell of any malfunction in the system(s) or Equipment covered under this Agreement that comes to Customer’s attention.




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Honeywell Service Agreement (Rev. 04/11)
16. TERMS OF PAYMENT

16.1 Subject to Honeywell’s approval of Customer’s credit, Customer will pay or cause to be paid to Honeywell the full price for the Services as specified on the first page of this Agreement. Honeywell will submit semi-annual
invoices to Customer in advance for Services to be performed during the subsequent billing period, and payment shall be due within twenty (20) days after Customer’s receipt of each such invoice. Payments for Services past due
more than five (5) days shall accrue interest from the due date to the date of payment at the rate of one and one-half percent (1.5%) per month, compounded monthly, or the highest legal rate then allowed. Customer will pay all
attorney and/or collection fees incurred by Honeywell in collecting any past due amounts.

16.2 Price Adjustment. Honeywell may annually adjust the amounts charged for the Services provided.

17. TERMINATION

17.1 Customer may terminate this Agreement for cause if Honeywell defaults in the performance of any material term of this Agreement, or fails or neglects to carry forward the Services in accordance with this Agreement, after
giving Honeywell written notice of its intent to terminate. If, within thirty (30) days following receipt of such notice, Honeywell fails to cure or perform its obligations, Customer may, by written notice to Honeywell, terminate this
Agreement.

17.2 Honeywell may terminate this Agreement for cause (including, but not limited to, Customer’s failure to make payments as agreed herein) after giving Customer written notice of its intent to terminate. If, within thirty (30) days
following receipt of such notice, Customer fails to make the payments then due, or otherwise fails to cure or perform its obligations, Honeywell may, by written notice to Customer, terminate this Agreement and recover from
Customer payment for Services performed and for losses sustained for materials, tools, construction equipment and machinery, including but not limited to, reasonable overhead, profit and applicable damages.

17.3 Cancellation - This Agreement may be canceled at Honeywell’s option in the event Honeywell equipment on Customer’s premises is destroyed or substantially damaged. Likewise, this Agreement may be canceled at
Customer’s option in the event Customer’s premises are destroyed. In the event of such cancellation, neither party shall be liable for damages or subject to any penalty, except that Customer will remain liable for Services rendered to
the date of cancellation.

18. DEFINITIONS

18.1 “Hazardous substance” includes all of the following, whether naturally occurring or manufactured, in quantities, conditions or concentrations that have, are alleged to have, or are believed to have an adverse effect on human
health, habitability of a Site, or the environment: (a) any dangerous, hazardous or toxic pollutant, contaminant, chemical, material or substance defined as hazardous or toxic or as a pollutant or contaminant under state or federal law,
and (b) any petroleum product, nuclear fuel or material, carcinogen, asbestos, urea formaldehyde, foamed-in-place insulation, polychlorinated biphenyl (PCBs), and (c) any other chemical or biological material or organism, that has, is
alleged to have, or is believed to have an adverse effect on human health, habitability of a Site, or the environment.

18.2 “Mold” means any type or form of fungus or biological material or agent, including mold, mildew, moisture, yeast and mushrooms, and any mycotoxins, spores, scents, or by-products produced or released by any of the
foregoing. This includes any related or any such conditions caused by third parties.

18.3 “Covered Equipment” means the equipment covered by the Services to be performed by Honeywell under this Agreement, and is limited to the equipment included in the respective work scope attachments.

18.4 “Services” means those services and obligations to be undertaken by Honeywell in support of, or to maintain, the Covered Equipment, as more fully detailed in the attached work scope document(s), which are incorporated
herein.




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        Charter Township of Shelby Fire Department



                                  Memo
Date:          November 16, 2011

To:            Board of Trustees
               Charter Township of Shelby

From:          Gene Shepherd, Fire Chief

Re:            Agenda / Board of Trustees Meeting / December 6, 2011
               Approval for purchase of replacement Ambulance

At the September 6, 2011 Board of Trustees meeting, a motion was made approving the
purchase of an AEV Medium Duty Ambulance from the lowest bidder, Rolland Specialty
Vehicles and Products Inc. (RSVP), American Emergency Vehicles, at a cost of
$173,504.00. We now have an opportunity to purchase another Medium Duty Ambulance
from this manufacturer at a 2% discount, if we place the order in 2011. We planned on
purchasing a replacement ambulance in our 2012 budget, but it makes sense to order now
as the manufacture time frame is approximately eight (8) months from the date we place
the order.

This new ambulance will replace the 2001 Freightliner #33 ambulance in our current
inventory. The replacement of this ambulance follows the guideline set forth in the 2009
Rehmann Robson study, with a replacement schedule set at 6 years frontline and 3 years
reserve service or 140,000 miles.

I am available if you have additional questions regarding this matter.

Thank you for your consideration.

GS/jma
Attachments
              Charter Township of Shelby
                          Parks & Recreation Committee



November 17, 2011



Honorable Board of Trustees
Charter Township of Shelby
52700 Van Dyke Avenue
Shelby Township, MI 48316

Dear Honorable Board members:

On behalf of the Parks & Recreation Committee I hereby respectfully request that Ms. Ryan
Knost be appointed to fill a vacant seat on the committee. I and the members feel that the
experience and enthusiasm that Ms. Knost possesses would be of great benefit to the
committee and to the township.

Enclosed is her application and upon approval by the Board of Trustees any necessary forms
will be processed and procedures followed. The term for Ms. Knost would officially begin as
soon as she is sworn in and will expire October 31, 2014.

Sincerely,



Joe Youngblood, Director
Charter Township of Shelby
Department of Parks, Recreation and Maintenance

JJY/pmr

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                    52700 Van Dyke Avenue    Shelby Township, MI 48316-3572
              phone 586.731.0300 fax 586.726.7228 e-mail shelbyprm@shelbytwp.org
     INFORMATIONAL ITEMS – BOARD MEETING – 12/6/2011


1.    Minutes – Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby
      Parks and Recreation Committee held on Monday, October 17,
      2011


2.    Minutes – Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby
      Beautification Committee held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011


3.    Minutes – Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby
      Sidewalk Committee held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011


4.    Minutes – Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby
      Solid Waste and Recycling Committee held on Wednesday,
      November 9, 2011


5.    Minutes – Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby
      Historical Committee held on Thursday, November 10, 2011


6.    Minutes – Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby
      Solid Waste and Recycling Committee held on Monday,
      November 21, 2011


7.    Minutes – Regular Meeting of the Charter Township of Shelby
      Fire and Police Pension and Retirement Board held on
      Monday, November 21, 2011
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF
SHELBY BEAUTIFICATION COMMITTEE HELD TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8,
2011, IN THE EMPLOYEE LOUNGE AT THE SHELBY TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL
BUILDING, 52700 VAN DYKE, SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN

Chairman Dub Hearon called the meeting to order at 6:43 p.m.

Members Present: John Baas, W.C. “Dub” Hearon, Connie Kent, Lynn Makinen,
                 Carol McLaughlin, Renate Radomski, Melanee Roelandt,
                 and Duane Stafford

Member Absent:       Erika Zoller (excused)

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

MOTION by Melanee Roelandt, supported by Lynn Makinen, that the minutes of
the October 11, 2011 meeting be approved as submitted.

Motion carried.

CORRESPONDENCE & ANNOUNCEMENTS

The BCSEM meeting in Harrison Township was discussed, and will be held on
December 8, 2011 at MacRay Harbor, with County Executive Mark Hackel as
one of the speakers. Driving arrangements were discussed.

Ms. McLaughlin asked if anyone other than herself received a letter regarding the
township priorities meeting. Some members responded affirmatively, while Mr.
Hearon responded that he did not receive an invitation. She also announced that
the township is recruiting for a meter reader currently, and referred them to the
township’s website for more information.

BILLS

Mr. Baas asked that the Clerk’s Office process the following invoices:

        Invoice dated October 20, 2011 from Janet Long in the amount of $42.00
        for the 12 Beautification Award Certificates;

        Thoms Bros. Landscaping, Inc. Invoice No. 1484 dated October 25, 2011
        in the amount of $1,854.00 for the Schoenherr Boulevard landscaping of
        the Welcome to Shelby sign located there;

        Thoms Bros. Landscaping, Inc. Invoice No. 1485 dated October 25, 2011
        in the amount of $1,275.00 for the masonry work for the StoneMakers
        Pillars and Foot Wall (underneath sign) for the Welcome to Shelby sign
        located on Schoenherr Boulevard;
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November 8, 2011

      Marino’s Lawn & Landscape Invoice No. 22244 dated October 25, 2011 in
      the amount of $78.00 for two (2) October cuts;

      Telly’s Greenhouse and Gardens, Inc. Invoice No. 2 dated October 10,
      2011 in the amount of $700.00 for the 20 hanging baskets of flowers at the
      Municipal Grounds.

Ms. McLaughlin asked for the number of plants that were to be planted by Thoms
Bros. at the Schoenherr Boulevard Welcome sign. Mr. Hearon read the
specifications provided on his quote. Discussion followed about the appearance
and the improvements made.

Mr. Baas reported that Marino did not correctly replace the damaged tree for
which we received the funds from the driver’s insurance company several
months ago. He believes that the replacement tree was not planted in the right
place, the replacement tree was not the right size tree, he did not remove the
stump of the old tree, or mulch and sod around the replacement tree. Ms.
Roelandt and Mr. Hearon agree the location may be questionable. Mr. Baas said
that three stumps still remain, therefore he could not have planted the
replacement tree in the correct spot. Mr. Baas said we can discuss further how
to resolve the issue, but he does not want to pay the bill at this time.

MOTION by John Baas, supported by Dub Hearon, that we do not pay the $600
invoice number 22492, dated November 2, 2011 until this issue is resolved
properly.

Motion carried.

Ms. Roelandt will contact Mr. Marino now about planting the tree correctly in the
spring and according to the proposal he submitted. There was also some
question as to whether or not the replacement tree is a crabapple as it was
proposed to be.

TREASURER’S REPORT

Mr. Baas presented copies of the report to everyone, and there were no
questions. Mr. Baas asked the Clerk’s Office to confirm that the $600 received
from the driver’s insurance company as a result of the accident on Schoenherr
Boulevard that damaged the tree there will be available to the committee in 2012.

MOTION by John Baas, supported by Melanee Roelandt, to allocate the 2012
budget of $15,000 in the following amounts:

      Clean Up Day                                            $1,200
      Schoenherr Blvd. Landscape & Maintenance                $5,000
      Welcome to Shelby Signs                                 $5,000
      Awards & Receptions                                     $1,000
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November 8, 2011

       Dues, Memberships and Meetings                           $ 500
       Miscellaneous                                            $2,300

Motion carried.

WELCOME TO SHELBY SIGNS

Mr. Hearon advised the members that the Board of Trustees has requested a
work session with the committee to look at different proposals for the sign. Ms.
Radomski and Mr. Hearon summarized the budget work session with the Board
held on October 12, 2011 to discuss the committee’s budget.

Mr. Hearon is hoping to give the Board the design we have now with the proposal
for the aluminum insert that Mr. Baas will present, as well as the previous sign
design Ms. Roelandt presented at an approximate cost of $11,000.

Questions were asked whether the sign company could put the proposed
aluminum sign in the posts that have been constructed. Mr. Baas responded that
he has told the company that is what we want. Mr. Baas noted that the company
he has been working with on this proposal is Harmon Sign, the company that
designed and installed the signs located on the municipal grounds. Ms.
Roelandt asked if this sign is illuminated. Mr. Hearon stated it is not, and the
only sign location that has electricity is 24 Mile and Dequindre.

Mr. Baas advised that the price for the aluminum sign discussed tonight from
Harmon Sign Company would be $2,660 plus $675 for installation. This sign
would replace the wood sign currently at Schoenherr and Hall Road. The total
cost of this proposed sign would be $4,610, which includes the masonry work
just completed, but not the landscaping.

Ms. McLaughlin asked if the proposed sign requires the footwall. Mr. Baas
explained that the proposed sign doesn’t require anything. The company will
retro fit the sign to whatever we wish to have. Ms. McLaughlin asked about the
height of the proposed sign. Mr. Baas believes that it is the same size.
However, the company will design the sign to the existing pillars. Mr. Baas does
have a concern about the color. Mr. Baas will ask Harmon to update the picture
proposal to include the pillars, and update the pricing proposal to distribute to the
committee members.

Mr. Hearon advised the following dates for the work session with the Board of
Trustees, and noted that due to his work schedule, he is available on Tuesday
evenings: November 29th or December 6th, 13th, or 20th, with a preferred date of
December 13th at 5:00 or 5:30 p.m. At this time, it is not clear if the Board would
want to put this project out for bid.

It was agreed that painting of the wood sign is no longer an option.
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November 8, 2011

CLEAN UP DAY/ADOPT A ROAD SIGNS

Ms. McLaughlin announced that a new Boys and Girls Club in Washington
Township is adopting 26 Mile Road from Van Dyke to Jewell.

Ms. Kent gave Mr. Baas the Target and Meijer gift cards which still have funds
remaining after the purchase of Beautification Award refreshments.

SHELBY COMMUNITY SERVICES ORGANIZATION

There is nothing new to report.

WEB SITE

There is nothing new to report.

DDA

Ms. McLaughlin advised that at the recent township priorities meeting, she spoke
with Pat Rabaut Miller who is a DDA member, and complimented her on the
landscaping project along Van Dyke.

HANGING BASKETS

Mr. Hearon noted that the baskets have been taken down and Ms. Radomski
said the Garden Club is in the process of filling them with winter greens. Ms.
Radomski and Mr. Hearon will meet with PRM at a later time.

SCHOENHERR BLVD. MAINTENANCE

Mr. Baas said they have a stump grinder at the golf course. Other options were
discussed to remove the remaining stumps. No decision was made at this time
due to the time of the year.

Mr. Baas stated that Quality Maintenance should be done for the season.

MOUND ROAD IMPROVEMENTS AND MAINTENANCE

Ms. Roelandt commented that the trees that were planted there may not survive
the winter, and she wonders if we could lay down some mulch to help. Mr.
Hearon doesn’t believe they would be replaced since they were purchased with
grant funds. Mr. Hearon will ask Mr. Youngblood about adding mulch.

2011 BEAUTIFICATION AWARDS

Mr. Hearon asked if anyone had driven by the restaurant being renovated on 23
Mile Road between Van Dyke and Mound, which might turn out to be a good
candidate for a Pride of Shelby award in 2012.
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November 8, 2011

Mr. Baas asked if anyone had seen the article in the Source about the Sterling
Heights Beautification Awards and the different categories they use. Discussion
followed. Mr. Hearon would like to discuss this more when Ms. Zoller is present.

Discussion followed about the coverage Mr. Hearon received when he was
presented with his Individual Service award recently.

ONYX PROPERTY

Mr. Hearon has nothing new to report.

BROCHURE

Mr. Hearon brought in a brochure he received from the BCSEM meeting in
Redford that he would like to discuss for our committee to create. It would be
something to hopefully generate more interest in the projects for which the
committee is responsible. Mr. Baas referred to our purpose and motto in the By-
Laws. Ms. McLaughlin added that the Recycling Committee has a brochure that
promotes their services. The new brochures could be displayed throughout the
township buildings. Mr. Hearon will work on a draft to have ready for the January
2012 meeting.

MOTION by Connie Kent, supported by Melanee Roelandt, to adjourn the
meeting.

Motion carried.

The meeting was adjourned at 8:00 p.m.


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MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF SHELBY
SIDEWALK COMMITTEE HELD ON TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 2011 IN HOPE
CHAPEL, 52596 VAN DYKE, SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN.

The meeting was called to order at 5:01 p.m. by Brent Freeman.

Members Present:              Brent Freeman, Russ Matika, Craig Cowper, Ray
                              Breederland, Mary Lou Weitzel, Mary Beth Zinn, Paul Viar

Member Absent:                None

Also Present:                 Tina Vaglica, Township Engineer
                              Roger Favrow, 52641 Seven Oaks Drive
                              Clarence DeLater, 52879 Seven Oaks Drive
                              Jo Burgess, 5700 24 Mile Road
                              Richard Batchelder, 4290 24 Mile Road

APPROVAL OF MINUTES

Mr. Breederland requested the following modifications to the minutes:

Pg. 3 – paragraph 6, should read “sidewalk in front of her property, rather than on her
property”.

MOTION by Viar, supported by Cowper, to approve the minutes of the October 11, 2011
meeting as amended.

Motion carried.

BUSINESS FROM THE FLOOR/VISITOR

Mr. Freeman mentioned the committee invited Ms. Burgess as well as other residents
from Seven Oaks to talk about ongoing projects in their area of the township.

Mr. Favrow mentioned that when the sidewalk was poured the residents believed some
kind of fencing would be installed due to a safety perspective. They were taken aback
by the installation of the six-foot fence. The residents feel the appearance is horrible.

Mr. Favrow spoke with Ms. Vaglica and was told the township would cut the six-foot
fence down to four feet and replace the chain link with green coated which would help it
to better blend in. He mentioned that this was a much better solution than what they
have now.

Mr. Viar questioned if a four-foot fence would suit his needs rather than the six-foot
fence. He further questioned Mr. Favrow if he is satisfied with Ms. Vaglica’s suggestion.
Mr. Favrow stated yes, but would rather have a post and rail rather than the chain link.

Mr. Freeman mentioned that the committee had talked about the large blue post and
asked if it could be removed and the engineers said it could not.

Ms. Vaglica stated she received a quote of $3,480.00 for a four-post railing. The posts
that are there currently cannot be used. Those posts would be pulled and replaced with
smaller posts which are 1 5/8” in diameter.

Mr. Freeman questioned what type of fence she is referring to. Ms. Vaglica stated the
one similar to across the street on the north side. (Galvanized railing)
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November 8, 2011

Mr. Favrow asked if this was a prefab type fence. Ms. Vaglica stated no, this will be
constructed on site. He further questioned if it will be with screws and fasteners and she
responded yes.

Ms. Zinn asked if there are any pictures available of similar projects. Ms. Vaglica stated
she can bring in a picture of the fenced area from across the street.

Mr. Freeman would also like to see something before it’s constructed. Ms. Zinn further
commented that they don’t want any surprises. Ms. Vaglica will ask for a picture of what
has been done in the past.

Mr. Breederland questioned the residents if they felt a need for safety of the
neighborhood children with the water near the culverts. With a railing, it’s open and the
children can jump through it. The committee’s intent in the past has been to keep
people from falling over it.

Mr. DeLater mentioned he has lived here for years and has yet seen a child on a culvert.

Mr. Favrow believes the intent of the railing is to aide those who walk/bike and might
slip.

Ms. Zinn commented on the fence which is on the guard rail side. It goes towards the
entrance of Seven Oaks much further than the length of the guard rail. She questioned
Ms. Vaglica if it is possible to cut off the screws so that the double fence will not have to
run the length of the guard rail. Ms. Vaglica can ask the Road Commission as it is their
guard rail. She assumes, however, that the screws are there for a reason and may need
to stay.

Mr. Freeman stated the committee will obtain pictures and move forward with pricing and
will invite the residents back when the information is available.

Mr. Favrow questioned the committee if the post and rail type fencing cost is not out of
the ball park. Mr. Freeman stated that needs to be left up to the committee. Mr. Cowper
stated more discussion needs to be held with pricing, etc.

Mr. Viar asked if we were up against weather constraints. Ms. Vaglica stated for fencing
we are not but for pouring concrete we are. She would like to close out the contract.

Mr. Viar asked Ms. Vaglica to get with the residents and the contractors and hopefully
reach some conclusion.

Mr. Freeman asked that Ms. Vaglica send a picture to all the committee members when
she gets it. She agreed to do that.

Mr. Freeman announced the arrival of Ms. Burgess. The committee had asked her to
attend to further discuss the sidewalk in front of her property. He asked her to give a few
viewpoints and to share her opinion with the committee.

Ms. Burgess spoke of the committee’s plan to put money into sidewalks across two lots
that would end at where, which is Antoinette. There are no sidewalks on Antoinette or
on Douglas Court. The children walk along the side of the road. She has a grass
walkway where children can walk safely across rather than on the side of the road. She
doesn’t understand why we would use township money to put in a sidewalk rather than
use the walkway. She further doesn’t want the responsibility of keeping it shoveled.
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November 8, 2011

Mr. Freeman mentioned that the committee’s main focus of installing the sidewalk was
as a safety issue. Ms. Burgess stated she still maintains that the grass walkway is within
the road right-of-way and is quite a distance from the road and there have been no
problems with that. She understands that there is a blind man who lives on Mound Road
who travels the sidewalks to the traffic light. If he were to use sidewalks on her side of
the road, what would he do when he approaches Antoinette. She also doesn’t like the
idea of any trees in the way being cut for the sidewalk to be installed.

Ms. Vaglica mentioned that her trees would be protected. The proposed sidewalk would
be put in around the trees all except for one small tree at the end.

Mr. Freeman reiterated what Ms. Vaglica previously stated regarding it being too late for
concrete to be poured this year. Mr. Freeman stated Ms. Burgess would be safe for this
year.

Mr. Breederland questioned Ms. Burgess if her property has any indication where the
property line ends like a distinct lot line or fence of the walkway rather than the road.
Ms. Burgess stated no. She believes that there are a couple of evergreen trees and a
fire hydrant where the lot line ends.

Mr. Freeman questioned the committee as to how they want to proceed. Ms. Vaglica
has the necessary permits for this project.

MOTION by Viar, seconded by Cowper to postpone the installation of the sidewalk
located at 5700 24 Mile Road until next year with further discussion to be held on the
project.

Motion carried.

Mr. Breederland voted nay.

ENGINEER’S REPORT

Ms. Vaglica stated that all the sidewalk gaps have been poured.

The original contract was for $41,891.50. The change order number one, which
included the four additional sites that we added came to $34,483.50. Mr. Freeman
asked her to bring the first pay estimate which has been submitted to the township
amounting to $71,335. The remainder will be held as retainage until spring to make sure
the grass grows. Mr. Cowper asked if this first pay estimate letter was in the bid
package. Ms. Vaglica stated it will be included in the next township board agenda
package.

Mr. Freeman asked who covers the cost of damage as in the Seven Oaks site where a
sprinkler line was hit. Ms. Vaglica stated it is included in the contractor’s agreement.

Mr. Cowper questioned if someone gets injured on the culvert now that the sidewalk has
been put in, the township is liable correct? Ms. Vaglica stated yes.

Mr. Freeman questioned the project at 24 Mile and Mark Drive. He mentioned that he
and Mr. Cowper have visited the site and what we were told was done had not been
done. Ms. Vaglica stated she had spoken with the contractor and he wasn’t done with
the project but apparently is now. She will talk to the contractor and have him get in
contact with Mr. Freeman. Mr. Cowper mentioned that the site was not cut-in and
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November 8, 2011
wasn’t filled in properly. The homeowner wanted us to replace the culvert, did not want
the fence, etc. Ms. Vaglica will take a trip to the site and will review what the situation is.
She will not pay the contractor until the committee is satisfied.

TOWNSHIP PLANNER’S REPORT

Mr. Wynn was absent from the meeting.

NEW BUSINESS

a.) 2012 Priority Items –

 Mr. Freeman presented a list to the committee that was prepared by Ms. Vaglica. This
list was also presented to the Board for potential projects in 2012. He asked the
committee to please look it over and determine if other projects might need to be added.
He feels the committee should start developing this now for next year.

Comments were made by the committee to concentrate on 25 Mile next year.

Mr. Freeman asked Ms. Vaglica if she has a list of those projects currently on the Priority
List which have not been completed. She stated not with her but can email it to the
members.

Mr. Viar asked if there are outstanding expenses for this year. Ms. Vaglica stated there
are some, probably around $20,000. This contract had approximately $10,000
remaining but there were additional add-ons from the Building Department on the 26
Mile Road/Dickens ramps as well.

Mr. Breederland left the meeting at 5:42 p.m.

Mr. Cowper led a discussion regarding procedures, or a lack of, on the committee’s part.
One instance would be notification to the residents regarding the installation of sidewalks
on or near their property. It is important that the committee notify the residents even in
the discussion and planning stages of projects prior to them being installed. The owner
or residents then have an opportunity to address their situation to the committee such as
with Ms. Burgess. Ms. Vaglica questioned who will be doing this. Mr. Cowper would like
a person to be designated, such as a secretary that will be in charge of doing that. The
minutes are done through the Clerk’s Office and he would like to suggest a secretary
that would report to the committee.

b.) Elect new chair –

 Mr. Freeman mentioned that at the last meeting he asked the committee to consider a
new chairperson.

MOTION by Viar, supported by Matika, to appoint Craig Cowper as Sidewalk Committee
Chair.

Motion carried.

OLD BUSINESS

a.) Aurora Park entrance –
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November 8, 2011
Ms. Vaglica visited the site with Mr. Viar and gave a brief history of what transpired. She
showed pictures of an existing sidewalk with a curb cut ready to go near a driveway.
When she looked at the property line on the GIS it showed we will need an easement.

Mr. Viar cannot see expending any funds for this small gap. He is open to other
members’ views and would like to hear them.

Mr. Batchelder mentioned he was referring to the other gap which is on the east side.

Mr. Cowper referred to that same gap as having broken tiles.

Mr. Batchelder stated the sidewalk was attached at one time until the development was
built.

Mr. Viar questioned if this is the north side that runs into to a bridge. Mr. Freeman stated
it is the north east side.

Mr. Viar questioned what value would it be to extend the sidewalk to the bridge. Mr.
Batchelder stated you could stay on the pavement. As it is right now, someone traveling
westbound on the sidewalk has to cross 10’ of gravel to cross to get to that apron. At
one time prior to the development the sidewalk was continuous. Once they put the
development in they broke the sidewalk and never replaced it.

Ms. Vaglica will take another trip out to the site and observe the area in question. We
might be able to still add this in this year.

b.) Shelby Road – south of Lutheran Church (50444 Shelby Rd. south on east side to
Wiley Street) –

Mr. Freeman reminded the committee that this area was brought to our attention by Mr.
Breederland. Ms. Vaglica showed pictures of this site as well to the committee. Mr.
Breederland had asked that the sidewalk go to Wiley Road which is two streets down.

Ms. Vaglica stated there is a 60’ right-of-way.

Mr. Freeman suggested that this be considered for a 2012 project and for further
discussion.

c.) Fence on 24 Mile Rd by Seven Oaks Subdivision

Discussion on this item was held under Business from the Floor.

Ms. Vaglica will send the committee pictures of this site to the chairman and the
committee will then decide whether to proceed.

d.) 24 Mile Road at Mark Drive

This item was discussed earlier in the meeting.

ADJOURNMENT

MOTION by Viar, supported by Cowper, to adjourn.

Motion carried.
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November 8, 2011
The meeting adjourned at 6:00 p.m.

                                     ___________________________________
                                     Brent Freeman, Member

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Solid Waste and Recycling Committee                                            Page 1 of 3
November 9, 2011




The meeting of the Solid Waste and Recycling Committee was held on Thursday,
November 9, 2011, at 10:10 am, in the Conference Room of the Shelby Township DPW
Building, 6333 23 Mile Road, Shelby Township, MI 48316.

ROLL CALL
Members:            Marietta Crabtree       Present        Excused         Absent
                    Paula Filar             Present        Excused         Absent
                    Gary Kent               Present        Excused         Absent
                    Marsha Livermore        Present        Excused         Absent
                    Russ Matika             Present        Excused         Absent

DPW Liaison:        Pat Czaiczynski         Present        Excused         Absent

Also Present:




APPROVAL OF MINUTES
MOTION by Matika, supported by Kent to approve the minutes of the October 13, 2011
meeting.

Motion carried.

OLD BUSINESS
1. REVIEW OF TRASH TONNAGES/RESIDENTS COMMENTS
Pat said there is nothing to report at this time.

2. FREE ELECTRONICS RECYCLING EVENT OCTOBER 29TH REVIEW
Marietta stated that we had 391 vehicles drop off 63,824 pounds of unwanted
electronics. This was the second most vehicles and weight for the monthly event.

Paula noted that vehicles were lined up on Van Dyke waiting to get in and she stated
that Vintage Tech had two people/helpers that were no-shows for the event. This
slowed getting electronics unloaded which most likely accounted for the lengthy backup
of vehicles. To help alleviate some of the vehicles on Van Dyke she asked about the
possibility of moving the staging area a little farther in from the entrance. Pat said she
will talk to Joe Youngblood and Vintage Tech about this.
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November 9, 2011

3. FREE ELECTRONICS RECYCLING EVENT NOVEMBER 26TH
Russ volunteered for the early shift and Marsha volunteered for the late shift.

Paula asked if we could get other communities and/or organizations to help out our
committee to meet/greet the people as they come in to the events. Marietta said she will
look into the possibility of getting some assistance – maybe for the January event.

4. SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL
Marietta provided Russ with the wording to put on the backside of the free electronics
recycling event handouts regarding the non-controlled medication mail-back program.

Gary mentioned he will give a copy of the handout/information to the president of his
homeowners association and ask that it be included in their newsletter. Paula said she
will check with the Supervisor’s office to see if they have a list of all the homeowner’s
associations so that they could all get a copy to put in their newsletters.

5. TRASH CONTRACT
Discussion was held about what types of things the committee would like to see
included in the next trash contract. Some of the topics that came up were 95 gallon bins
for recyclables, addition of a recycling incentives program, having fixed pricing for each
year of the contract, company does the billing, offering similar contract to condo’s, and
keeping it a 3-year contract with a township option for an additional three years.

Marsha said that it would be good if everyone created a list of things they would like to
have in the new contract and Pat agreed that everyone could send their list to her and
she would make one consolidated list.

Marietta will set up a work session to formalize the list to be submitted to the township
attorney.

NEW BUSINESS
1. RECYCLING CONFERENCE / NOVEMBER 29, 2011 / PHARMACEUTICAL & E-
WASTE TAKE BACK
Marsha and Pat will attend the conference which will be paid for using available
committee funds.

2. LEGISLATION/RECYCLING ARTICLES
Marsha stated she had nothing further to discuss outside of the several articles that she
has forwarded to the committee via email.

3. OTHER BUSINESS
Marsha informed the committee that, although this meeting came up with short notice to
everyone, the Clerk’s office would like a heads-up on any non-regular meetings in case
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November 9, 2011

a room needs to be scheduled and so they can make sure the tape recorder and other
materials needed for the meeting are also available.

Pat said that Republic told her that they are extending the Yard Waste pickup to
December 2nd and that they will not be providing a dumpster on the municipal grounds.

Pat also mentioned that Vintage Tech wants the township to sign a new agreement with
them (current agreement runs through the end of 2012) so they can go ahead with a
planned joint venture with Kuusakoski Oy of Finland. Paula stated that the township
attorney is reviewing the new agreement to see how it affects the township.

OPENINGS ON COMMITTEE
None

ADJOURNMENT
The meeting adjourned at 12:21 pm.

NEXT MEETING DATE
January 12, 2012
MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF
SHELBY HISTORICAL COMMITTEE HELD THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2011
IN THE ANDREWS SCHOOLHOUSE, ON SHELBY TOWNSHIP MUNICIPAL
GROUNDS, 52650 VAN DYKE, SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN.

The meeting was called to order at 6:36 p.m. by Chairperson Dick Mason.

Members Present:          Dick Mason, Hilary Davis, Robert Barrett, Rita Hirsch,
                          Dan Lehman

Members Absent:           JoAnn Burgess

Guests:                   Rick Mayer, 49318 Sheridan Ct., Shelby Twp., MI
                          Mike Swiatkowski, 6903 Lancewood Ct., Shelby Twp., MI

GUESTS

Mr. Swiatkowski stated that he is a recent graduate of Michigan State University
and is interested in helping out in the community.

CORRESPONDENCE

Bob Barrett reported that he has investigated Peter Nelson’s request for
information regarding his ancestor and the Shelby Independent Newspaper. He
summarized the information he found and presented copies of his research to be
forwarded to Mr. Nelson.

MINUTES
Mr. Mason presented the June 9, 2011, September 8, 2011 and October 13,
2011 minutes for approval.

MOTION by Dan Lehman, supported by Hilary Davis, to approve the June
minutes.
Motion carried.

MOTION by Hilary Davis, supported by Rita Hirsch, to approve the minutes of the
September meeting.
Motion carried.

MOTION by Hilary Davis, supported by Bob Barrett, to approve the minutes from
the October 13th meeting.
Motion carried.

COMMITTEE REPORTS

Historic Resource Survey (Davis)
Hilary Davis reported that she has received no demolition notices regarding
buildings of historic significance.
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November 10, 2011

Publicity (Lehman)
Dan Lehman reported that he submitted an article for Shelby News Worth
Knowing. Discussion took place regarding another committee member taking
over drafting articles for the publication. Bob Barrett volunteered for this task.

Cemeteries (Mason)
Dick Mason stated that he has been out to the cemeteries. There is a schedule
for cutting the grass. He commented that the person who cut Curtis Cemetery
last summer did an excellent job.

Bob Barrett inquired what the committee’s oversight of the cemeteries entails.
Mr. Mason replied that they advise on maintenance that is done by PRM, monitor
for vandalism and assist with inquiries.

Packard Proving Grounds (Davis)
Hilary Davis announced that the site is being prepared for winter, so not much is
going on. She thanked the committee members who came out to help with the
Fall Open House, it was a great success. Next year there will be just one Open
House because there are so many other events that occur during the year.

Ms. Davis reported that they are starting work on some of the rooms such as the
kitchen and dining areas. Discussion took place regarding some of the specifics
of the renovation. Bob Barrett commented that it may be worth their while to
contact some of the home improvement shows such as “This Old House” to see
if they are interested in helping with the restoration. Hilary Davis stated that it
would be difficult because those shows have a time schedule and the money has
to be available for renovation plus 20% for over-runs.

Webmaster (Lehman)
Dan Lehman reported that there were 5,871 page visits last month. He has been
doing the regular maintenance such as fixing broken links.

Photo Archiving
Rita Hirsch stated that because of multiple updates to her computer operating
system, archiving is currently not active. The cataloging needs to be completed
and the committee would still like to create a filing system that would allow quick
access to indexed photos. Mr. Mason suggested that this would be a good
project for the winter months.

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

Springhill Farm
There was no report on Springhill Farm.

Andrews Schoolhouse Museum
Dick Mason noted that the only active project for the schoolhouse is archiving.
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November 10, 2011


Brochure Updating
Rick Mayer stated that he has looked into the cost of printing the committee’s
brochures on glossy paper, but the price is prohibitive. It was agreed to continue
printing on standard paper. He suggested combining some brochures and
printing them on legal size paper to save money.

NEW BUSINESS
Dick Mason inquired whether anyone had heard further from the family that was
going to donate the Ewell book. No one has been contacted by them. Mr.
Mason commented that the milk bottles look good. Ms. Davis stated that they
were donated by Rod Wilson of the Rochester Avon Historical Society.
Discussion occurred.

Hilary Davis reported that the Rochester Avon Historical Society has developed a
new website. They are looking for area historical societies to join them in a
region-wide database. She read some descriptive information from the society
outlining the project. The website for the project is OaklandRegionalHistoric
Sites.org. There are annual dues of $150 to belong to the site. Mr. Mason asked
Mr. Lehman to look into the site and evaluate it. Rick Mayer suggested checking
with the Macomb Historic Alliance to see if membership could be coordinated as
a group. Discussion took place regarding this topic.

Mr. Mason inquired how sales on the Shelby History book were going. Hilary
Davis replied that it was great; she has made donations to both the Packard
Motor Car Foundation and the Shelby Community Foundation with the proceeds.
Dick Mason suggested this could be a topic for a future Shelby News Worth
Knowing article.

Rick Mayer commented that the committee should have copies of the Shelby and
Utica books for their collection. Discussion took place regarding the committee
budget. It was decided to acquire two copies of the Shelby Township book and
one of the Utica book. Mr. Lehman stated that in considering the budget, he
thinks the committee should also have a back-up drive for the computer to
protect their photos, etc. Mr. Mayer stated that he has a back-up on his thumb
drive. Discussion took place regarding this topic.

Dan Lehman volunteered to go to the Utica Clerk’s Office and get the Utica
History book. Hilary Davis stated that she has one copy of the Shelby book that
she would transfer to the committee at cost and order the second. There are
some other books the committee plans to acquire. Ms. Davis suggested ordering
them on-line all at once to save on purchase price and get free shipping.

MOTION by Rita Hirsch, supported by Hilary Davis to purchase books regarding
Shelby and Utica history not to exceed $150.00.
Motion carried.
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November 10, 2011

Committee Meeting Schedule
Chairman Mason stated that the committee schedule needs to be posted for
2012 and inquired whether any members wished to change the time or day.
Currently meetings are held on the second Thursday at 6:30 p.m. with no
meetings in July or August. It was agreed to keep the meeting day and time the
same.

MOTION by Hilary Davis, supported by Bob Barrett to keep the schedule for
meetings the same as it has been for 2012.
Motion carried.

Shelby Township Christmas Program
Mr. Mason reported that he has been contacted by Cindy Martel of Parks and
Recreation regarding the December 1st Christmas Program. She would like to
know if the schoolhouse would be open for the Tree Lighting Ceremony. Mr.
Mason and Ms. Davis agreed volunteer at the schoolhouse for the event. He will
contact PRM to find out what hours they should be available.

MOTION by Rita Hirsch, supported by Hilary Davis to adjourn the meeting at
7:20 p.m.
Motion carried.

The meeting was adjourned at 7:20 p.m.

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Solid Waste and Recycling Committee                                          Page 1 of 2
November 21, 2011




The meeting of the Solid Waste and Recycling Committee was held on Monday,
November 21, 2011, at 10:00 am, in the Conference Room of the Shelby Township
DPW Building, 6333 23 Mile Road, Shelby Township, MI 48316.

ROLL CALL
Members:            Marietta Crabtree      Present       Excused        Absent
                    Paula Filar            Present       Excused        Absent
                    Gary Kent              Present       Excused        Absent
                    Marsha Livermore       Present       Excused        Absent
                    Russ Matika            Present       Excused        Absent

DPW Liaison:        Pat Czaiczynski        Present       Excused        Absent

The meeting started at 10:20 am.

APPROVAL OF MINUTES
MOTION by Matika, supported by Kent to approve the minutes of the November 9, 2011
meeting with the following changes:

   1) Old Business #5 – Reword the second paragraph to read “Marsha said that it
      would be good if everyone created a list of things they would like to have in the
      new contract and Pat agreed that everyone could send their list to her and she
      would make one consolidated list.”
   2) Old Business #5 – Reword the third paragraph to read “Marietta will set up a
      work session to formalize the list to be submitted to the township attorney.”

Motion carried.

OLD BUSINESS
1. REVIEW OF TRASH TONNAGES/RESIDENTS COMMENTS
Pat provided a handout showing the stats through November 11, 2011: Bulk 379 tons;
Trash 18,132 tons; Recycle 2,306 tons; and Compost 10,266 tons.

2. FREE ELECTRONICS RECYCLING EVENT PUBLICITY
Marietta said she provided articles for the Macomb Daily, Source Newspapers and C&G
News. She also spoke with John Martin about creating a billboard ad for Shelby TV.
Russ noted that he saw the Shelby This Week program and that Phil Nye announced
the event for November 26, 2011 and also stated that there will be no event in
December.
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November 21, 2011

3. SAFE MEDICATION DISPOSAL HANDOUT
Marietta and Russ worked up copy to put on the back side of the electronics recycling
handouts to inform people about the safe disposal of medication. The PDF has been
sent to Cari Neubeck for printing. Gary will pick them up to cut the pages into thirds and
then drop them off at the Police desk for Russ to pick up on Saturday.

4. TRASH CONTRACT
Further discussion was held about the new contract and in addition to the items listed at
the last meeting, the committee added the following: add medications and electronics
waste to household hazardous waste collection list; describe how you plan to deal with
a notification system (phone / e-mail) to residents for service day changes such as
change in day due to holidays and inclement weather; provide information if you have a
trash pick-up with recycling program for condos; provide information if you offer a
program for household organics recycling.

Marietta will formalize the list and provide it to Paula so she can present it to the
township attorney.

NEW BUSINESS
1. RECYCLING CONFERENCE/NOVEMBER 29, 2011
Marsha indicated that our committee’s attendance is all set for the conference.

2. LEGISLATION/RECYCLING ARTICLES
None.

3. OTHER BUSINESS
None.

OPENINGS ON COMMITTEE
None

ADJOURNMENT
The meeting adjourned at 12:00 pm.

NEXT MEETING DATE
January 12, 2012
                        Charter Township ofShelby
                                     Fire & Police Pension
                                      & Retirement Board
                                           6345 23-MILE ROAD
                                      SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MI48316
                                   (586) 731-5102 • FAX (586) 726-7227
                                                                                           Mark Semaan
Matt Stachowicz                                                                            Secretary
    President

Members:
  David Diegel
  Jerome Moffitt
  Paul Viar




            MINUTES OF THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE:fl       ER TOWNSHIP OF
            SHELBY FIRE & POLICE PENSION AND RETIAtMEOARD HELD ON
            MONDAY, NOVEMBER 21,2011 AT FIRE Sl~"'Q~ #1,63'::   MILE ROAD,
            SHELBY TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN.'

            The meeting was called to order at 5: 10 p.m.

            Members Present:	          David \, iegel, Mark Se
                                       Paul VI

            Member Absent:

            Also Present:	               'an Brice, 'iI~rTill Lynctl','The Brice Group

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            MOTIO~emaan,~;lporteabY Diegel, to approve the minutes of the regular
            meeting of t ,:,;, harter TI~nship of Shelby Fire & Police Pension and Retirement
            Board held on"       daY,,;.ctober 17, 2011, as submitted, and waive the reading.
            Motion carried.

            PRESENTATION "

            Merrill Lynch

            Mr. Brice reviewed the Treasurer's Report for the month ending October 31,
            2011. The beginning market value was $49,210,188. The net contributions
            totaled $29,691.       Interest and dividends for the month totaled just over
            $100,000.       There was a change in market value of $3,727,844.        This
            resulted in an ending market value of $53,069,514.
FIRE & POLICE PENSION BOARD                                               PAGE       2
Novelnber 21,2011


There were no pension payment postings reflected for the month of October.

Mr. Brice provided the members with a handout reflecting a market value of
$51,540,977 as of November 18, 2011.              Two pension postings totaling
approximately $700,000 are reflected in this total.

Mr. Brice pointed out actual total for the month as follows: large cap equity
38.1 %; small/mid cap equity 11.4%>, international equity at 9.4°1<>, and real estate
at 5.9% reaching a sub-total of 64.7%.         Fixed income is r§[lected at 33.70/0 and
cash at 1.6°1<> for a sub-total of 35.3% on fixed income/c         "\ These figures are
in line with the targets.       Mr. Brice briefly highlight~,i   cation by investment
managers.        Securities and equities total 63.1               33.8°1<> and cash at
3.1°1<>.

Mr. Brice briefly reviewed the U.S. Perf0r:l1ance Monitor da
2011 contained in the Board members',t' . .     ets.         Cyclicals;,,,,:@unded in
October making it the best month since"'1                 b~t didn't worl'in the last
quarter, worked in the month of October.      1"        aslhe reboun'd in the S&P
500.      Cyclical sectors, such s Materials (          0/0), Energy (17.0%), and
Financials (14.2%) outperformed.        fensives ge         Iy lagged, with Telecom
(1.8%) turning in the weakest pe             .for the min';' followed by Utilities
(3.5%) and Staples (4.3%). So fa                  iHties G,t .. 0%) and Health Care
(6.50/0) have led, and Financials (-15.

                                  mpanies;;~~eat   "A+" by 6 percentage points in
                                 y 28°1<> ye "', ,:@,date.    During this last recovery
                                        09 w~", we started moving forward, it was
                                            ;,slAowever, in 2011 we started seeing the
                                 o do better.	 There was a reversal in October but
                                      tperformance.

                            ent Sections of the Investment Perforn1ance Report for
                            ber 30, 2011.

He pointed out              of the report dealing with global markets overview.
Investor fears of a "' economic slowdown and a loss of faith in political leadership
in the Developed World came to a head in the third quarter, leading to dramatic
losses in risk assets.

Mr. Brice reviewed a section of the report relating to performance by S&P Sector
and also provided input on the international focus.

A comparison was made by investment category of figures reflected in the
Septernber report and those presented on the handout for the month ending
October 31, 2011.
FIRE & POLICE PENSION BOARD                                             PAGE       3
November 21, 2011

Mr. Brice presented the 2012 Investment Meeting Schedule.      Based upon the

appraisal done this evening, the Board may want to consider bringing in Marsico

and Earnest Partners      The members agreed and asked that both of these

groups be invited to the December meeting.


Mr. Brice addressed the e-mail sent to the members which is the update of the

search work in the internationals.    It also included the performance update on

the strategies offered by Horizon Asset Management. The members agreed to

review this information when Mr. Moffitt was in attendance..". Mr. Brice said he

will be prepared to go through this handout at that time.'"


MOTION by Viar, supported by Diegel, to acc~,,,f'                        reports, as

submitted.

Motion carried.


OLD BUSINESS

                                                     iMe hotel in the amount of $66
                                                          represents an overcharge


Amendment to Custodial Account"

Mr. Semaan distribu
regard to the ame

Mr. Thumm                            .the p§! .ion Board sign this amendment.
According.,                                  change any of the provisions of our
Agreem . . ·                            I(they make a mistake, they will be held
accD.

MOTIO                       ported by Diegel, to follow the recommendation of
Lewis Thu                   Amendment to the Custodial Account Agreement with
Comerica Ba
Motion carried.

The secretary was asked to fax a signed copy of the amendment to Comerica
followed by the original being mailed to the Bank.

Mr. Semaan addressed the Fox EDRO. The former spouse contacted us to get
an update on her situation.      Mr. Semaan will contact her by phone.        He will
begin the process to obtain the calculations. Both parties will be responsible for
the cost of having the figures calculated by the actuary. All outstanding fees will
have to be paid before the information is turned over to the interested parties.
FIRE & POLICE PENSION BOARD                                              PAGE     4
November 21, 2011


NEW BUSINESS

There was no "New Business" to report.

APPROVAL OF BILLS

$1,006.50	          Lewis Thumm - Legal Fees for period from March 14
                    through November 15, 2011

$3,097.07	          Nickel & Saph - Fiduciary Liability In,j,I!i'ranc,e Premium
                    From 10/17/2011 through October . . " 2012

$    706.82	        Comerica Institutional Trust
                    Quarterly Fee - 7/1/2011 -,

$5,777.59	          Comerica - World A~.w
                    Quarterly Fee - 7/1/201


MOTION by Viar, supported by Se
Motion carried.

It was decided that the next Pension
at 5:00 p.m. at Fire ~~"

                                               . to see if he would be available to




                                               Mark Semaan, Secretary


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