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           Minutes - August 25, 2008
Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

Regular session of the City Council of the City of Wyandotte, the Honorable Mayor James R. DeSana
presiding.

ROLL CALL

Present: Councilpersons Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka

Absent: Councilperson Fricke

UNFINISHED BUSINESS:

RESOLVED by the City Council that the communication from the City Clerk dated August 14, 2008
relative to the removal by Wayne County of the north south curb cuts on Northline Road (Ford Avenue)
and why they are not in compliance with the American Disabilities Act requirements is hereby referred to
the City Engineer and Department of Legal Affairs for immediate review and report back to Council in one
week (August 25, 2008).

COMMUNICATIONS MISCELLANEOUS:

August 18, 2008

Mayor James R. DeSana & City Councilmembers c/o
Mr. William Griggs, City Clerk City of Wyandotte
3131 Biddle Avenue
Wyandotte, MI 48192

Re: BASF Corporation FEIN: 16-1090809

Dear Mr. Griggs:

BASF Corporation, having its Michigan office at 1609 Biddle Avenue, Wyandotte, Michigan, hereby
submits the enclosed "Application for Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate", in accordance with the
"Plant Rehabilitation and Industrial Development District Law" of 1974, as amended.

BASF Corporation continues to expand and modernize its facilities. BASF will be constructing a 188,000
SF warehouse to store and ship finished products as well as to receive and store raw materials for our
manufacturing units.

For processing, we are submitting an original and two copies, along with our remittance of $535.00 for the
fee for the Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate (IFEC). We hope that they are in order, and that the
exemption request will meet with the City Council's approval.

If you have any questions or require additional information, please do not hesitate to contact me on (973)
245-6562.

Regards,
BASF CORPORATION
Anthony Germinario, Assistant Secretary




City of Wyandotte Mayor's Office
3131 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, Mi 48192
August 18, 2008

Dear Mayor and City Council,

Our animal rescue group, Shelter to Home, is requesting permission to hold an event on the sidewalk in
front of Strohs. We have been given permission by Strohs Ice Cream Parlor, to hold a Volunteer Fair and
Adoption Event in front of their store on Sunday, September 7th, 2008. It will be held from 12:00 pm until
5:00 pm on the sidewalk in front of Strohs, facing Biddle Ave.

Shelter to Home is a 501(3)c nonprofit animal rescue group that carries our own insurance. (Please see
attached). We will have all of the animals in cages and all proper precautions will be taken to insure the
safety of the public as well as the animals. We will be more than happy to sign a hold harmless waiver if
you so wish.

Should you have any questions please feel free to contact me anytime.

Thank your for your time,

Rhonda Beaty, VP, Shelter to Home, Inc.
14781 Shenandoah, Riverview, MI 48193

Mayor James DeSana and Council
3131 Biddle August 19, 2008 Wyandotte MI 48192
Honorable Mayor and Council,
I come before you today to pay off the Special Assessment levied against my property at 3366 Biddle. The
project completed in 2003 had an estimated cost of $30,362.63 the actual cost came in at $39,417.85 and at
that time the council voted the actual cost could be no more than 15% of the estimate that made the balance
due was $34,917.02 for the replacement of 230 feet of sidewalk with sidewalk, lights, and pavers. At the
time I was a member of the DDA and thought it would be a project they should pay for as in other
communities but failed due to lack of support. We did however decide to give the property owners a break
and not charge interest on the 20 year obligation assessed.

I was under the impression the $34,917.02 would be paid over 20 years in yearly installments. When the
bill came in the first year I told Ruthanne to let it roll on to the taxes and at least it might be deductible.
After that it was never mentioned. I happen to be opening my 14,042.58 tax bill and saw the $2,797.64
assessment thinking that seemed like a lot I started my education.
I found out from the assessors office how much I had paid so far ($17,018.26) and that there was in fact
interest being paid but that the approximate interest of the loan $12,507.28 was subtracted making the total
due $22,409.75 but with 6% annual interest with the idea that if the property owner paid over 20 years they
would pay the $34,917.02 the cost before the interest deduction of $12,507.28. Next stop the engineering
dept and Greg Meyring for the cost breakdown of the project and find out if there was a grant for the lights
which I am supposed to receive Wed 8/19. Now I moved on to finance and Todd I told him I did an
amortization schedule and the payoff amount did not match. If you amortize $22,409.75 over 20 years the
total paid would be $39,466.37 which is more than the actual cost the council voted not to impose.

As I understand it goal is to recover the cost of $34,917.02 if you use $20,025.00 over 20 years @ 6% the
recovery would come to $34,917.42 a lot closer to the intent. Using that logic of the $17,018.26 paid so far
($10,340.19 P $6,678.07 I) I would owe $9,684.81 which I am prepared to pay. This would bring the total I
have paid for an obligation I did not sign one document for to $26,703.07 over a 6 year period.

I reviewed the work sheet from the city and found $1391.80 in penalties when I inquired I was informed it
is in the charter and legal. Well I have never read the charter but I have borrowed money and always had
disclosure and a complete understanding of the obligation I sought. In this case even members of the DDA
did not understand the terms of the debt. Everyone I have contacted Assessors, Engineering, and Finance
have been helpful in my research and I thank them for that. In addition to the $14,042.58 in property tax I
would like to end all debt associated with my Special Assessment before September when more interest is
scheduled. In this terrible business climate and unsure future I will pay the city $9,684.81 before September
for a final payment on SAD 845 Wyandotte Restaurants

Thank you,

Salem Darany, Owner/Operator
Wyandotte Big Boy

PERSONS IN THE AUDIENCE

No response.

COMMUNICATIONS FROM CITY AND OTHER OFFICIALS:

Thursday, August 21, 2008

Mayor & City Council City of Wyandotte 3131 Biddle Ave.
Wyandotte, Ml, 48192
Honorable Mayor and City Council Members;

As you are aware, the Wyandotte Museums Ford-MacNichol Home is in the midst of an extensive exterior
restoration. The phase to begin in 08 and carry on into 09 is the painting and wood replacement of the
facade.

Funding in the amount of $65,322 for this project has been secured in the 08 FY. With the approved bid of
$123,515.00, we have been withholding beginning work this summer until the total amount of resources
were secured, as requested. This was to be carried out via 09 FY requests approved by the DDA to cover
the remaining $58,193 (see attached documentation).

The DDA Oversight subcommittee met August 14th, and are recommending inclusion of the expenditures
for this project to the DDA for the 2009 fiscal year budget, which will meet in full again September 8th.

Given these circumstances and that the conditions of the earlier attached resolution has been fulfilled,
please consider approving initiation of the contract process with the chosen contractor.

Please find attached to this letter previous Council resolutions regarding this matter, as well as minutes
from the August 14th DDA Oversight Subcommittee meeting.

Sincerely,

Jody Chansuolme




August 20, 2008
Honorable Mayor and City Council City of Wyandotte
3131 Biddle Avenue
Wyandotte, ML 48192

Seeking Special Event and Temp. Street closure approval for September 19th 2008

Dear Mayor and City Council Members –

Last year, the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Michigan moved their annual evening walk from the
Riverview area (Young Patriots Park) to Wyandotte. It was a major success with many supporters being
residents and/or consumers within our community. This event is described by the Leukemia and
Lymphoma Society staff below –

The Leukemia and Lymphoma Society hosts an awareness event each fall season in the Downriver
Community called "Light the Night". With the increased prevalence of blood cancers in the downriver area,
this event is well attended each year (rain or shine). Considered a family evening event, it is free to the
public-while we ask participants to raise money for our cause, since it is an awareness event there is no set
donation requirement. Our food, entertainment, etc. are all donated by local sponsors. The Downriver Light
the Night Walk typically hosts between 200-250 people, with clowns, face painting, a tribute to our
survivors and a short (1-3 mile) walk. What makes our walk unique is that it takes place as the sun is setting
(around 6:30pm), and our supporters participate in the evening symbolic walk.

The event has been reviewed by the Police Chief and Gary Ellison from the DPS for its impact. It truly is a
lovely evening for the community and we would greatly appreciate if you could give us approval this year
to close the street from 6:30 pm to 9 pm to hold this walk.

They are requesting the closure of Van Alstyne to Oak Street, Oak Street to Biddle Avenue up to Eureka
Road. (Please see map attached).

Thank you very much,
Heather Thiede, Administrative Assistant

August 19, 2008
Honorable Mayor DeSana And City Council Members City of Wyandotte
3131 Biddle Avenue
Wyandotte, MI. 48192
Dear Mayor DeSana and Council Members —

In accordance with the provisions of Michigan Public Act # 200 of 1969, I would like to request that the
Department of Public Works please close Biddle Avenue from 8:00 AM to Noon to hold the 65th Annual
Wyandotte Christmas Parade Saturday, November 22, 2008. This parade has been traditionally scheduled
on the third Saturday in November each year.

The parade will necessitate closing Biddle Avenue from Ford Street to Plum Street. Northbound traffic
would be rerouted to Third Street and to Ford Avenue and Southbound traffic will be rerouted from Ford
Avenue to Fourth Street during that period.

The Chief of Police is requested to apply to the Wayne County Office of Public Service for a road closure
permit. He should be designated with the authority to sign the street closing permit documentation on
behalf of the City of Wyandotte. Responsibility for all damage claims which may arise from the road
closing must be assumed by the City of Wyandotte. The Fire Department should also be notified of this
event to reroute emergency vehicles.

Thank you for your consideration and I look forward to your response.

Sincerely,
Heather Thiede, Administrative Assistant


August 20, 2008

The Honorable Mayor James R. DeSana And City Council
City Hall
Wyandotte, Michigan

Dear Mayor DeSana and City Council Members:

The City of Wyandotte has an opportunity to apply for a grant from the Michigan Department of Natural
Resources, Community Forest Grant (CFG)-for tree planting. The grant is a 50-50 cost share match and the
undersigned would be applying for $4,000 ($2,000 State and $2,000 City).

The attached Resolution will authorize the City Engineer to apply for said grant, authorize the matching
funds and grant permission to plant said trees in the public right-of-way, greenbelt areas and City parks.

Very truly yours,

Mark A. Kowalewski, City Engineer

August 20, 2008

The Honorable Mayor James R. DeSana and City Council
City Hall
Wyandotte, Michigan

Dear Mayor and Council Members:

Attached please find a Purchase Agreement for the City to acquire the following property:

185 St. Johns $55,000.00 TIFA Area Funds — Single Family Dwelling

If this meets with your approval, I recommend that the Department of Legal Affairs be directed to prepare
the necessary sale documents and the Mayor and Clerk be authorized to execute same. I further recommend
that the undersigned be authorized to demolish same.

Very truly yours,
Mark A. Kowalewski, City Engineer

August 19, 2008

The Honorable Mayor James R. DeSana and City Council
City Hall
Wyandotte, Michigan

Dear Mayor DeSana and City Council Members:

The undersigned recommends that Council approve the Wyandotte Jaycees to utilize the properties at 2050-
2070 Biddle as their 2008 Haunted House.

If approved, the Jaycees would have to comply with Section 411, Special Amusement Buildings, of the
2006 Michigan Building Code. This Section requires, among other items, an automatic sprinkler system,
fire alarm system and emergency lighting. The Fire Department and Plumbing Inspector should be
consulted on these items.

Also, it is recommended that the Wyandotte Jaycees and the City of Wyandotte execute the attached
Permit.

Very truly yours,
Mark A. Kowalewski, City Engineer


August 19, 2008

The Honorable Mayor James R. DeSana And City Council
City Hall
Wyandotte, Michigan

RE: Former 1170 22nd Street Wyandotte, MI
Lot Size: 44.11' x 149.95'

Dear Mayor DeSana and City Council Members:

Enclosed please find the following Purchase Agreements for the sale of the above captioned property:

1. Agreement to sell 22.06 feet to Dave and Kimberly Kurzyniec, the adjacent property owner at 1162 22nd
Street, Wyandotte, in the amount of $2,205.00. The combination of the two (2) parcels will result in one (1)
parcel measuring 66.17' x 101'.

2. Agreement to sell 22.05 feet to Daniel J. Putz, the adjacent property owner at 1178 22nd street,
Wyandotte, in the amount of $2,205.00. The combination of the two (2) parcels will result in one (1) parcel
measuring 66.16' x 101'.

The attached resolution will authorize the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the necessary documents.

Very truly yours,

Mark A. Kowalewski City Engineer
Colleen A. Keehn City Assessor

August 19, 2008

The Honorable Mayor James R. DeSana and City Council
City Hall
Wyandotte, Michigan

Re: Former 1508 Sycamore
Lot Size: 90' x 112'

Dear Mayor DeSana and Council Members:

Attached please find a Purchase Agreement to sell 20 feet of the former 1508 Sycamore to Jill Knight
Skoviak, the adjacent property owner at 1518 Sycamore, Wyandotte, in the amount of $2,000.00. The
combination of the two (2) parcels will result in one (1) parcel measuring 60' x 112'. The remaining
property will be advertised for sale for the construction of a new single family home.

If Council concurs with this sale, the attached Resolution will authorize Mayor and Clerk to execute the
necessary documents.

Very truly yours,

Mark A. Kowalewski City Engineer
Colleen A. Keehn City Assessor

REPORTS AND MINUTES AND CASH RECEIPTS
Financial Reports August 14, 2008 $56,173.40
Downtown Development Authority July 21, 2008
Downtown Development Oversight August 14, 2008
Recreation Commission August 13, 2008


CITIZEN PARTICIPATION

None

RECESS
RECONVENING

ROLL CALL

Present: Councilpersons Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka

Absent: Councilperson Fricke

RESOLUTIONS

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the reading of the minutes of the previous meeting be dispensed with
and the same stand APPROVED as recorded without objection.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
ROLL ATTACHED

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the communication from the City Clerk dated August 14, 2008
relative to the removal by Wayne County of the north south curb cuts on Northline Road (Ford Avenue)
and why they are not in compliance with the American Disabilities Act requirements is hereby referred to
the City Engineer and Department of legal Affairs for immediate review and report back to Council in one
week. (due August 25, 2008).

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
ROLL ATTACHED

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the application for an Industrial Facilities exemption Certificate as
submitted by Anthony Germinario, Assistant Secretary of BASF Corporation dated August 18, 2008 is
hereby referred to the Director of Financial and Administrative Services for processing.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
ROLL ATTACHED



Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the request from the Shelter to Home, Inc. to hold a Volunteer Fair
and Adoption Event in front of Strohs Ice Cream Parlor on Sunday, September 7, 2008 from 12:00 noon
until 5:00 p.m. is hereby GRANTED provided a Hold Harmless Agreement is executed as prepared by the
Department of Legal Affairs and the City of Wyandotte is named as additionally insured on the insurance
document to be filed with the City Clerk with notification to the Police Department.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
ROLL ATTACHED

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008
RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the communication from Salem Darany, owner of Wyandotte Big
Boy dated August 19, 2008 relative to Special Assessment # 845 is hereby referred to the Finance Director
for a review and report back. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the penalty and interest will
continue on the assessment unless Mr. Darany pays the sum of $9,684.81 prior to September 1, 2008 to the
City of Wyandotte to be held in escrow until a final determination is made by the City Council.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the communication from the Director of Museums dated August 21,
2008 relative to the funding of the restoration of the MacNichol Home is hereby received and placed on
file. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Council approves advancing the Contracts for execution for
File # 4455-MacNichol Home Exterior Remodel Program as bid by Fine Finishings of South Rockwood
Michigan in the amount of $123,515.00 from account # 499-200-850-524 and utilizing $58,193.00 from the
DDA budget as agreed to in this communication.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None




Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the request of the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society of Michigan as
submitted by the communication set forth by the Administrative Assistant of the Downtown Development
Authority dated August 20, 2008 for their walk to take place in the City of Wyandotte on September 19,
2008 is hereby APPROVED. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the walk take place on the city
sidewalks allowing traffic flow on Biddle for third Friday. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the
Department of Public Service be notified to close Van Alstyne to Oak and coordinate the all necessary
requests for the walk.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
ROLL ATTACHED

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that Council hereby APPROVES the request of the Downtown
Development Authority to close Biddle Avenue from Ford to Plum (re-route northbound traffic on Third to
Ford, southbound on Fourth from Ford) from 8 AM to Noon for the City of Wyandotte’s 65th Annual
Christmas Parade scheduled for Saturday, November 22, 2008. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
the Chief of Police is directed to apply to the Wayne County Office of Public Service for a road closing
permit and further is hereby authorized and directed to sign said permit. The City of Wyandotte assumes
responsibility for all damage claims which may arise from the road closing and further the Fire Department
is hereby notified to reroute emergency vehicles and the Department of Public Service is hereby directed to
coordinate any requirements for the Parade.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.
MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
ROLL ATTACHED

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that Council authorizes the City Engineer to apply for a tree planting
grant through the Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Community Forestry Grant (CFG) in the
amount of $4,000; AND BE IT RESOLVED that Council commits to the required matching funds in the
amount of $2,000. AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that Council grants permission to allow the trees
to be planted in the City right-of-way, greenbelt areas and City parks.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None




Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that Council CONCURS with the recommendation of the City Engineer
to acquire the property at 185 St. Johns in the amount of $55,000.00 to be appropriated from TIFA Area
Funds; AND BE IT FUTTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Legal Affairs is hereby directed to
prepare the necessary documents and the Mayor, City Clerk and City Attorney, William R. Look, are
hereby authorized to sign said documents; AND FURTHER that the City Engineer is directed to
DEMOLISH same upon completion of the Wyandotte Historical Commission inspection of the home as it
pertains to the preservation of historical and cultural items for the City of Wyandotte.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that Council CONCURS with the City Engineer to allow the Wyandotte
Jaycees to utilize the properties at 2050-2070 Biddle, Wyandotte as their 2008 Haunted house; AND BE IT
FUTHER RESOLVED that the Fire Department and Plumbing Inspector should be consulted in the design
of the safety requirements to meet code; AND BE IT FURTHER that Council authorizes the Mayor and
City Clerk to sign said permit to allow the Wyandotte Jaycees to use the properties at 2050-2070 Biddle,
Wyandotte provided all requirements of the permit are met; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that
before opening said Haunted House the Fire Department, Building Inspector and Plumbing Inspector shall
inspect and approve said Haunted House for compliance with all City of Wyandotte Codes. AND
FURTHER the Wyandotte Jaycees may utilize the property until January 31, 2009, provided they do not
exceed an occupancy of thirty-four (34) persons.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.
MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
ROLL ATTACHED

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that Council CONCURS with the communication from the City Engineer
and City Assessor dated August 19, 2008, regarding the Former 1170-22nd Street, Wyandotte; AND BE IT
FURTHER RESOLVED that Council accepts the offer from David and Kimberly Kurzyniec to acquire
22.06 feet of the former 1170-22nd Street in the amount of $2,205.00; AND BE IT FURTHER
RESOLVED that Council accepts the offer from Daniel Putz to acquire 22.05 feet of the former 1170-22nd
Street in the amount of $2,205.00; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department of Legal
Affairs is hereby directed to prepare the necessary documents and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby
authorized to sign said document; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that said closing must take place
on or before November 1, 2008, or said Agreement will be null and void.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.
MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that Council CONCURS with the communication from the City Engineer
and City Assessor dated August 19, 2008, regarding the former 1508 Sycamore, Wyandotte; AND BE IT
FURTHER RESOLVED that Council accepts the offer from Jill Knight Skoviak to acquire 20 feet of the
former 1508 Sycamore in the amount of $2,000; AND BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Department
of Legal Affairs is hereby directed to prepare the necessary documents and the Mayor and Clerk are hereby
authorized to sign said documents.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.
MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the Council meeting of September 1, 2008 is hereby CANCELLED
due to the LABOR DAY HOLIDAY.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.
MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None

Wyandotte, Michigan August 25, 2008

RESOLUTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson

RESOLVED by the City Council that the total bills and accounts in the amount of $1,591,124.15 as
presented by the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby APPROVED for payment.

I move the adoption of the foregoing resolution.
MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
YEAS: Councilmembers Browning, Kolakowski, Peterson, Ptak, Sutka
NAYS: None

ADJOURNMENT

MOTION by Councilperson Joseph Peterson
Supported by Councilperson Todd Browning
That we adjourn
Carried unanimously.
Adjourned at 8:00 p.m.
August 25, 2008


_______________________________
William R. Griggs, City Clerk

								
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