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					A Regular meeting of the Troy City Council was held Monday, July 11, 19941at City Hall, 500 W. Big
Beaver. The meeting was called to order by Mayor Jeanne M. Stine at 7:35 p.m.

The Invocation was given by Pastor George VanderWeit of the North Hills Christian Reformed Church
and the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was given.

PRESENT:          Jeanne M. Stine, Mayor

Council Members
Henry W. Allemon
Robert M. Gosselin
Randall J. Husk
Matt Pryor
John R. Stevens
Anthony N. Pallotta

Minutes                     A-1

Resolution #94-552
Moved by Allemon
Seconded by Stevens

RESOLVED, That the minutes of the regular meeting of June 27, 1994 and the minutes of the special
meeting of July 6, 1994 be approved.

Yeas:     All-7

PUBLIC HEARINGS

Rezoning - West Side of Rochester Road, South of South Boulevard - Section 3 - R-IB (One Family
Residential) to B-3 (General Business) or B-2 (Community Business) -Continued from May 16, 1994 and
June 27, 1994 A-2

Resolution #94-553
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Gosselin

BE IT ORDAINED, that an Ordinance to amend Chapter 39, Zoning, of the Code of the City of Troy, by
rezoning a parcel having approximately 590 feet of frontage on the west side of Rochester Road south of
South Boulevard, in Section 3, from R-IB (one Family Residential) to B-2 (Community Business) as E-P
(Environmental Protection) is hereby approved, in accordance with the drawing submitted on this date
which shall be attached to and become a part of the original minutes of this meeting.

Yeas: Allemon, Gosselin, Pallotta, Pryor, Stevens
Nays: Husk, Stine

Appeal for Permission to Keep Commercial vehicle on Residentially Zoned Site - Schlickeraneyer, 728
Troywood A-3

Resolution #94-554
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

WHEREAS, Section 44.02.02 of Chapter 39, Zoning, of the Code of the City of Troy provides that
actions to grant appeals to the restrictions on outdoor parking of commercial vehicles in residential
districts pursuant to Section 40.66.00 of Chapter 39 of the Code of the City of Troy "shall be based upon
at least one of the following findings by the City Council:

A.       The occurrence of the subject commercial vehicle on the residential site involved is compelled by
parties other than the owner or occupant of the subject residential site (e.g. employer).

B.      Efforts by the applicant have determined that there are no reasonable or feasible alternative
locations for the parking of the subject commercial vehicle.

C.     A garage or accessory building on the subject residential site cannot accommodate, or cannot
reasonably be constructed or modified to accommodate, the subject commercial vehicle.

D.      The location available on the residential site for the outdoor parking of the subject commercial
vehicle is adequate to provide for such parking in a manner which will not negatively impact adjacent
residential properties, and will not negatively impact pedestrian and vehicular movement along the
frontage street(s)."; and

WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Troy has found that the petitioner has demonstrated the
presence of the following conditions, justifying the granting of a variance: 1) there are no signs on the
vehicle; 2) it is obscured by greenery; 3) there are two (2) letters-of approval from the immediate
neighbors; and 4) his livelihood is earned with the use of this vehicle.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the request from Tom Schlickenmeyer, 728 Troywood,
for waiver of Chapter 39, Section 40.66.00, of the Code of the City of Troy, to permit outdoor parking of
a cube van in a residential district is hereby approved for two years.

Yeas: Allemon, Gosselin, Pallotta, Pryor, Stine, Stevens
Nays: Husk

Proposed Street Vacation - Mastin Street, Between Hickory and Cherry - Section 27 A-4

Resolution #94-555
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

WHEREAS, a request has been received for the vacation of the 50-foot wide Mastin Street right-of-way
between Hickory and Cherry in the Greenough Heights Subdivision, in Section 27; and

WHEREAS, the properties which abut this area and which shall potentially benefit from this action are
as follows:
Parcel                Lot
#88-20-27-156-029 (94 Hickory Street) Lot 66
#88-20-27-156-030       Lot 17
#88-20-27-157-037 (100 Hickory Street)       Lot 65 and
        part of Lot 64
#88-20-27-157-039        Lot 18 and
         part of Lot 19
all located within the Greenough Heights Subdivision (Liber 77, Page 14 of Oakland County Plats);

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the request for the vacation of the 50-foot wide platted
but unopened Mastin Street right-of-way lying between Hickory and Cherry Streets, and abutting Lots
17, 18, 65 and 66 of Greenough Heights Subdivision (Liber 77, Page 14 of Oakland County Plats), will
be approved with the exception of the north and south 5 foot portions of the subject right-of-way, subject
to the following conditions: ,

1.      The retention of an easement for public utilities, storm drainage, and sanitary sewer over the total
area being vacated;
2.      The conveyance of easements for street, sidewalk, public utilities and storm drainage/ sewer over
the benefiting properties, as determined to be necessary by the City Engineer; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that final action shall be taken by the City Council to vacate the
indicated portion of the Mastin Street right-of-way, after conveyance of the easements from benefiting
adjacent owners as indicated above, and after receipt of written confirmation from Detroit Edison,
Michigan Bell and United. Cablevision as to the acceptability of the requested vacation.

Yeas:    All-7

Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment - Deletion of Parking Area Location Restriction in M-1 Districts

Resolution #94-556
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

BE IT ORDAINED, that Chapter 39, Zoning, of the Code of the City of Troy be hereby amended, in
accordance with text dated April 29, 1994, to delete the parking area location restriction in M-1 Districts.

Yeas: All-7

Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment - Deletion of Neighbor Consent Requirement for Accessory
Structures

Resolution #94-557
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

BE IT ORDAINED, that Chapter 39, Zoning, of the Code of the City of Troy be hereby amended, in
accordance with text dated May 4, 1994, to delete the neighbor consent requirements for accessory
structures.

Yeas: Allemon, Gosselin, Husk, Pallotta, Pryor, Stine
Nays: Stevens

Councilman Pryor left the meeting at 8:55 p.m. due to family illness

Request for Outdoor Dining - Mon Jin Lau, 1515 East Maple Road
Resolution #94-558
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Husk

RESOLVED, that the request from Mon Jin Lau, 1515 East Maple Road, for 48 outdoor seats on the east
side of their existing building, is hereby approved pursuant to Resolution #94-368 and a message from
the Chief Building Inspector dated July 5, 1994.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Resolution #94-559
Moved by Stine
Seconded by Pallotta

VISITORS, DELEGATIONS AND CITIZENS

Items Taken Out of Order

RESOLVED, That Items C-3, C-5, C-6, C-16, C-19c, C-26, and C-27 are hereby taken out of order and
considered at this time.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

REGULAR BUSINESS

Confirmation of Mayor's Appointment - Police/Fire Civil Service Commission (Act 78)

Resolution #94-560
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the Mayor's appointment of David Cannon to serve on the Police/Fire Civil Service
Commission (Act 78) with a term to expire April 30, 2000 is hereby confirmed.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Applications for Licenses - Sidewalk Sales        C-5

Resolution #94-561
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that Applications for Licenses for Sidewalk Sales are hereby approved, as follows:
July 23, 1994
Arbor Drugs, 2963 Big Beaver Road
July 29, 1994
Arbor Drugs, 111 East Long Lake
July 28-30, 1994
Coats Unlimited, 871 East Big Beaver

Yeas: All-6
Absent: Pryor

Amendment of Resolution #94-411 (Sign Variance - Pro Car Wash, 3688 Rochester Road) to Require
Sign to Be Relocated When Neighboring Signs of Similar or Lessor Setbacks Are Relocated C-6

Resolution #94-562
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Stevens

RESOLVED, that Resolution #94-411 is hereby amended to read as follows:

WHEREAS, Section 8, Paragraph B of Chapter 78 provides... "the Troy City Council has the power to
grant specific variances from the requirements of this Chapter upon a showing that:

1)     The variance would not be contrary to public interest or general purpose and intent of this
Chapter.

2)      The variance does not adversely affect properties in the immediate vicinity of the proposed sign;
and

3)      The petitioner has a hardship or practical difficulty resulting from the unusual characteristics of
the property that precludes reasonable use of the property", to wit: the sign is not detrimental to the area
and could not be read if set back; and

WHEREAS, the petitioner has demonstrated all of these factors to be present;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the request from Pro Car Wash, 3688 Rochester Road,
for waiver of Chapter 78, to permit replacement of an existing 50 square foot sign which is 10 feet in
height and set back 1 foot with a 121 x 15.51 (186 square foot) sign, 20 feet in height and set back I foot,
is hereby approved contingent upon an agreement being signed that the owner agrees to move the sign at
no expense to the City when the road is widened, and when signs having a same or lessor setback and
which are located on abutting properties are also relocated to corresponding setbacks.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Engineering Testing Services: (a) Award of Contract for 1994 and 1995 to Testing Engineers and
Consultants, Inc.; (b) Authorization of Payment to Testing Engineers and Consultants, Inc. for Services
Rendered During Calendar Year 1994 C-16

(a)     Award of Contract for 1994 and 1995 to Testing Engineers and Consultants, Inc.

Resolution #94-563
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta
RESOLVED, that a contract to provide engineering testing services on construction projects for 1994 and
1995 is hereby awarded to Testing Engineers and Consultants, Inc., the second low bidder at unit costs in
accordance with Schedule of Services and Fees as submitted, a copy of which shall be attached to the
original minutes of this meeting because; 1) the company has a history of excellent service as a known
provider; 2) there was little or no significant differences in the proposals; and 3) the City has reserved the
right to reject any bids and award contracts in the best interest of the City.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(b)    Authorization of Payment to Testing Engineers and Consultants, Inc. for Services Rendered
During Calendar Year 1994

Resolution #94-564
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

WHEREAS, Testing Engineers and consultants, Inc. has provided engineering testing services on
construction projects within the City of Troy from January 1, 1994 through the present;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that payment in an amount not to exceed $10,000 to Testing
Engineers and Consultants, Inc. for engineering testing services on construction projects within the City
of Troy during calendar year 1994 is hereby authorized.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Traffic Recommendations-Meeting of June 15, 1994           C-19

(c)   Recommendation that Action Taken to Close Glouchester Median Opening on Coolidge and
Open New Crossovers Be Reaffirmed

Resolution #94-565
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that plans to close the Coolidge median opening at Glouchester and plans to open new
crossovers are approved, as recommended by the ' Traffic Committee; and

BE IT Further RESOLVED, that the Engineering Department be hereby authorized and directed to
prepare final construction plans and cost estimates for budgetary consideration in April, 1995 with
construction to occur during the 1995 construction season.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Final Plat Approval - Northpointe Village Subdivision - South side of Big Beaver, East of Adams -
Section 30 C-26
Resolution #94-566
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

RESOLVED, that Final Approval of the Plat for Northpointe Village Subdivision, located on the south
side of Big Beaver, east of Adams, in Section 30, is hereby granted.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Request from Powerhouse Gym, 2585 Livernois, for Temporary Suspension of Chapter 78 (Signs) of the
Code of the City of Troy -Placement of Balloon - August 3, 1994 C-27

Resolution #94-567
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the request from Powerhouse Gym, 2585 Livernois, for temporary suspension of
Chapter 78, Signs, of the Code of the City of Troy to permit placement of a helium balloon, 35 feet in
height and 20 feet wide, on August 3, 1994, in conjunction with their sidewalk sale, is hereby approved.

Amendment to Resolution #94-567

Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Gosselin

RESOLVED, That the resolution be amended by adding "after receipt of a letter of approval from the
owner of the building and that the balloon shall be attached to the roof and shall not exceed thirty five
(35) feet in height above the surface of the roof".

Yeas: All-6
Absent: Pryor

Vote on Resolution #94-567, as amended

RESOLVED, that the request from Powerhouse Gym, 2585 Livernois, for temporary suspension of
Chapter 78, Signs, of the Code of the City of Troy to permit placement of a helium balloon, 35 feet in
height and 20 feet wide, on August 3, 1994, in conjunction with their sidewalk sale, is hereby approved
after receipt of a letter of approval from the owner of the building and that the balloon shall be attached
to the roof and shall not exceed thirty five (35) feet in height above the surface of the roof.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Resolution Regarding Remaining Regular Business Items            c-1

Resolution #94-568
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon
RESOLVED, That, with the exception of items previously discussed and Items C-2 and C-7, C-10, C-11,
C-13, C-19, C-20, C-21, C-22, C-24, and C-29, the remaining items of Regular Business on this Agenda
as printed in resolutions hereinafter provided are hereby approved.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Resolution Authorizing Attendance at Michigan Municipal League 96th Annual Convention - Dearborn,
Michigan - October 5-7, 1994 c-4

Resolution #94-569
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that pursuant to the Rules of Procedure of the City Council of the City of Troy, the City
Council hereby approves the payment and use of City funds for transportation, registration, food and pre-
conference seminars or workshops for City Council Members to attend the Michigan Municipal League
96th Annual Convention to be held in Dearborn, Michigan, October 5-7, 1994, all in accordance with the
accounting procedures of the City of Troy.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Acceptance of Easement - Rochester Road Improvements, I-75 to Torpey, Project No. 89.206.5 - Troy
Baptist Church, Parcel 14, Sidwell #88-20-22-476-033 C-8

Resolution #94-570
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that a Permanent easement from Troy Baptist Church, being part of property having
Sidwell #88-20-22-476-033, is hereby accepted for public utilities and related purposes, at a cost to the
City of Troy of $1,800, the appraised value as determined by the City's right of way appraiser; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk is hereby directed to record said easement with the
Oakland County Register of Deeds, a copy of which shall be attached to the original minutes of this
meeting.

Yeas: ' All-6
Absent: Pryor

Acceptance of Quit Claim Deed - Livernois Improvements, North of Big Beaver, Project No. 94.202.5 -
Troy School District, Sidwell #88-20-21-476-015

Resolution #94-571
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the Quit Claim Deed from Troy School District, being part of property having Sidwell
#88-20-21-476-015, is hereby accepted for public purposes; and
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Clerk shall record said Quit Claim Deed with the Oakland
County Register of Deeds, a copy of which shall be attached to the original minutes of this meeting.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Approval of Funding Agreement - Common Ground               C-12

Resolution #94-572
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the Agreement between the City of Troy and Common Ground, to provide community
service programs to residents of the City of Troy by Common Ground and funding in the amount of $500
from the City of Troy for Fiscal Year 1994-95 is hereby approved, and the Mayor and City Clerk are
authorized to execute the documents, a copy of which shall be attached to the original minutes of this
meeting.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Bid Awards: (a) carhartt Coats and Bib Overalls; (b) PVC Pipe and Fittings; (c) Hydrolifting Concrete
Pavement C-14

(a) Carhartt Coats and Bib Overalls

Resolution #94-573
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that a contract to provide Carhartt coats and bib Overalls is hereby awarded to the
estimated total low bidder, surplus City Company, as follows:

Description    Unit Cost
Bib Overall Pants #6FBQZ        $44.50
Coats #6QLC (Sizes 36-50)       34.50
Coats #6QLC-1 (Sizes 52-54)     37.50
Coats #6QLCT (Sizes 38-50)      37.50
Coats #6QLCT-1 (Sizes 52-54)    39.95

for an estimated total cost of $6,592 based on previous quantities purchased.

Yeas: All-6
Absent: Pryor

(b) PVC Pipe and Fittings

Resolution #94-574
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that a one-year contract, with option to renew for an additional one year, to provide 6-inch
perforated and solid PVC S & D pipe and fittings on an "as needed" basis for rear yard drain and
maintenance projects is hereby awarded to Etna Supply Company, the low bidder meeting specifications,
as follows:

Description
611 Perforated Pipe
611 Solid Pipe
22ic Bend
450 Bend
Drain Tile Cap
Coupling
611 x 611 Tee
611 x 4" Reducer
611 x 4" Tee
611 x 61' Wye
611 x 411 Wye
900 Bend

*Based on 1993 quantities.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

        Estimated        Unit
        Quantity*        Cost
        7,000 ft.        $.92
        3,000 ft.        .92
        48      2.75
        48      2.87
        120     2.65
        24      1.78
        24      3.90
        6       2.50
        6       3.90
        48      5.78
        12      4.64
        12      3.60
Total Estimated Cost
Total
Estimated
Cost*
$6, 440. 00 2,760. 00 1 32. 00 137 .76 318. 00 42. 7 2 93. 60 1 5. 00 23. 40 277. 44 55. 68 43 . 20
$10,338.80*

(c) Hydrolifting Concrete Pavement

Resolution #94-575
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that a contract to provide hydrolifting of concrete pavement, sidewalks and driveways at
various locations throughout the City for Fiscal Year 1994-95 is hereby awarded to the only bidder, Trip-
Toe Concrete Leveling, Inc. as follows:
                                Estimated
        Estimated               Unit Total
Description     Quantity                 Cost Cost
Sidewalk and Driveway
        Approaches      1,000 sq.        ft.     $1.80 s 1,800
Local Subdivision
        Streets 6,000 sq.       ft.      1.70    10,200

for a total estimated cost of $12,000, contingent upon contractor submission of properly executed bid and
contract documents, including bonds, insurance certificates, and all other specified requirements.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Resolution to Extend Contract - Uniforms, Coveralls and Shopcoats C-15

Resolution #94-576
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

WHEREAS, on August 10, 1992, a two-year contract, with option to renew for an additional two years,
to supply uniforms, coveralls and shopcoats for City personnel was awarded to the low bidder, Domestic
Linen Supply and Uniform Company, Inc.; and

WHEREAS, Domestic Linen Supply and Uniform Company, Inc. has agreed to extend the contract for an
additional two years; and

WHEREAS, based on a market survey conducted by the Purchasing Department of the City of Troy, it is
recommended that the contract be extended;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the contract with Domestic Linen Supply and Uniform
Company, Inc. to supply uniforms, coveralls and shopcoats for City personnel is hereby extended on the
same terms and conditions through September 2, 1996, contingent upon contractor submission of
properly executed bid and contract documents, including bonds, insurance certificates, and all other
specified requirements.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Recommendation to Reject Bids - Catch Basin Cleaning Services       C-17

Resolution #94-577
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon
Whereas, sealed bids were requested and opened on June 20, 1994 to provide catch basin cleaning
services at various locations throughout the City; and

WHEREAS, the estimated totals on the bids received are considerably higher than the cost for City
personnel to perform this service;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that bids to provide catch basin cleaning services at various
locations throughout the City are hereby rejected.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Request to Extend Contract and Waive Sealed Bids - Hauling and Disposing of Dirt and Debris C-18

Resolution #94-578
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

WHEREAS, bids were opened on July 29, 1992 to haul and dispose of dirt and debris from the
Department of Public Works Yard; and

WHEREAS, a one-year contract with option to renew for an additional one year, was awarded to Gilberts
Trucking, Inc., the low bidder meeting insurance and other specifications; and

WHEREAS, Gilberts Trucking, Inc. has performed this service in satisfactory manner for the past two
years; and

WHEREAS, Gilberts Trucking, Inc. has indicated its agreement to extend the existing contract for one
additional year; and

WHEREAS, a market survey by the Purchasing Department of the City of Troy indicates it is in the best
interests of the City of Troy to extend the existing contract; and

WHEREAS, it is the determination of the City Manager and City Council of the City of Troy that no
benefit would result for the City to solicit additional sealed bids;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that formal bidding procedures are hereby waived and a
contract to haul and dispose of dirt and debris from the DPW Yard to legally approved recycling or
disposal areas, on an as needed basis, is hereby awarded to Gilberts Trucking, Inc., at a cost of $3.40 per
ton and on the same terms and conditions as the existing contract pursuant to Resolution #93-666.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Resolution to Set Public Hearing - Appeal for Permission to Keep Commercial Vehicle on Residentially
Zoned Site - Hana, 4445 Lancashire Court C-23

Resolution #94-579
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that a Public Hearing is hereby established for August 8, 1994, to consider the appeal from
Vivian Hana, 4445 Lancashire Court, for permission to keep a commercial vehicle on a residentially
zoned site.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Resolution to Set Public Hearing - Proposed Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment - Temporary Office
Trailers for Home Sales in , Residential Districts

Resolution #94-580
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that a Public Hearing is hereby established for August 8, 1994, to consider a proposed
Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment to permit temporary office trailers for home sales in residential
districts.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Contract for Installation of Municipal Improvements (Private Agreement) - Pentek Homes, Inc. - Water
Main, Storm Sewer and Paving on Arthur Street, West of Hartshorn - Project No. 93.914.3 C-28

Resolution #94-581
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the Contract for Installation of Municipal Improvement (Private Agreement) between
the City of Troy and Pentex Homes, Inc. is hereby approved for paving, storm sewer, sanitary sewer,
water mains and rear yard drains on Arthur Street, west of Hartshorn, in Addison Heights Subdivision,
Project No. 93.914.3, and the Mayor and-City Clerk are authorized to execute the documents, a copy of
which shall be attached to the original minutes of this meeting.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Nominations to Boards and Cormnittees - Historical Commission      c-2
To appear on next agenda

Resolution to Vacate Industrial Development Districts at 1911 Woodslee and 1775 John R, John R
Gardens C-7

No action be taken at this time

Requests for Temporary Suspension of Chapter 78 (Signs) of the Code of the City of Troy: (a) Troy
Historical Society for Signs on West Long Lake Road - Hand and Eye Show November 19, 1994; (b)
Lutheran Church of the Master, 3333 Coolidge - July 25-August 1, 1994 C-10
(a)     Troy Historical Society for Signs on West Long Lake Road Hand and Eye Show - November 19,
1994

Resolution #94-582
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the request from Troy Historical Society for temporary suspension of Chapter 78,
Signs, of the Code of the City of Troy to permit placement of two 41 x 81 and ten 21 x 41 directional and
traffic signs along West Long Lake Road between Coolidge and Livernois, in conjunction with their
Annual Hand and Eye Craft Show, on November 19, 1994, is hereby approved.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(b)     Lutheran Church of the Master, 3333 Coolidge - July 25August 1, 1994

Resolution #94-583
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the request from Lutheran Church of the Master, 3333 Coolidge, for temporary
suspension of Chapter 78, Signs, of the Code of the City of Troy, to permit placement of a 41 x 41
ground sign from July 25 through August 1, 1994, in conjunction with their Vacation Bible School
Program, is hereby approved.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Request from Q95 for Temporary Suspension of Chapters 78 (Signs) and 88 (amplification) of the code
of the City of Troy - Event at Troy Place, 3001 West Big Beaver - July 22, 1994 and August 26, 1994 C-
11

Resolution #94-584
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the request from Q95 for temporary suspension of Chapter 78 (Signs) of the Code of
the City of Troy to permit placement of a 72 square foot banner in the parking lot at Troy Place, 3001
West Big Beaver, on July 22, 1994 and August 26, 1994 in conjunction with their lunchtime concert, is
hereby approved.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the request from Q95 for temporary suspension of Chapter 88,
Section 9.5, of the Code of the City of Troy to permit amplification in the parking lot at Troy Place, 3001
West Big Beaver, on July 22, 1994 and August 26, 1994 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m., in conjunction
with their lunchtime concert, is hereby approved,

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that it is the intent of the City Council of the City of Troy to keep in
force and effect Chapter 39, Section 39.90.08, Noise, as follows:
The emission of measurable noises from the premises shall not exceed sixty-five (65) decibels as
measured at the boundary property line, except that where normal street traffic noises exceed sixty-five
(65) decibels during such periods, the measurable noise emanating from the premises may equal, but not
exceed, such traffic noises.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Approval of Funding Agreement - Boys and Girls Club of Troy         C-13

Resolution #94-585
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the funding Agreement between the City of Troy and Boys and Girls Club of Troy to
provide services to youth and parents through individual, group and family counseling during the fiscal
year ending June 30, 1995 at a cost to the City of Troy not to exceed $25,577 payable in quarterly
installments, is hereby approved, and the Mayor and City Clerk are authorized to execute the documents,
a copy of which shall be attached to the original minutes of this meeting.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Traffic Committee Recommendations - Meeting of June 15, 1994         C-19

(a)    Recommendation that the Backup Problem on Long Lake at the Driveway to Larson Middle
School Be Corrected Through the Cooperation of the Traffic Engineer and the Road Commission for
Oakland County by Proper Timing of Signal at the John R/Long Lake Intersection

Resolution #94-586
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

RESOLVED, that the City Traffic Engineer shall work with the Road Commission for Oakland County
to obtain proper timing of the signal at the John R/Long Lake intersection to correct the backup problem
on Long Lake at the driveway to Larson Middle School, as recommended by the Traffic Committee.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(b)     Recommendation that an All-Way Stop Not Be Installed on Brinston at Milburn

Resolution #94-587
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

RESOLVED, that an all-way stop not be installed on Brinston at Milburn as recommended by the Traffic
Committee on the basis that it does not meet the required warrants.
Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(d)   Recommendation that All-Way Stop Signs Not Be Installed at the Intersections of
Cameo/Collington and/or cameo/ clearview and that Traffic Enforcement Be Increased

Resolution #94-588
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

RESOLVED, that all-way stop signs not be installed at the intersections of Cameo/Collington and/or
Cameo/Clearview, as recommended by the Traffic Committee; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Police Department is hereby directed to provide enforcement in
the areas of Cameo/Collington and/or Cameo/Clearview, as recommended by the Traffic Committee.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(g)     Recommendation that Yield Sign Not Be Installed at the Intersection of Kristin and Balfour

Resolution #94-589
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

RESOLVED, that a yield sign not be installed at the intersection of Kristin and Balfour, as recommended
by the Traffic Committee.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(h)    Recommendation that No Action Be Taken on Request for Establishment of Twenty (20) Foot
No Parking Zone on Both Sides of Driveways on Stutz Street Exiting the Parking Lot of Bob Borst
Lincoln-Mercury

Resolution #94-590
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

RESOLVED, that no action shall be taken on the request for establishment of a twenty (20) foot no
parking zone on both sides of the driveways on Stutz Street exiting the parking lot of the Bob Borst
Lincoln-Mercury dealership, as recommended by the Traffic Committee.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

 (i)  Recommendation that Traffic Control Orders No. 84-2-MR Dated February 27, 1984 and No. 85-
10-MR Dated December 16, 1985 Be Rescinded

Resolution #94-591
Moved by Husk
Seconded by Pallotta

RESOLVED, that Traffic Control order No. 84-2-MR dated February 27, 1984 for installation of a No
Through Traffic Sign at John R and Niagara is hereby rescinded, as recommended by the Traffic
Committee; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Traffic Control Order No. 85-10-MR dated December 16, 1985
establishing a no left turn restriction at Wattles and Forge is hereby rescinded, as recommended by the
Traffic Committee.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(e)     Recommendation that Stop Sign Not Be Installed at the Intersection of Poplar and Forest Park

Resolution #94-592
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Husk

RESOLVED, that a stop sign not be installed at the intersection of Poplar and Forest Park, as
recommended by the Traffic Committee.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(f)     Recommendation that Stop Sign Not Be Installed at the Intersection of Elm and Mountain

Resolution #94-593
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Husk

RESOLVED, that a stop sign not be installed at the intersection of Elm and Mountain, as recommended
by the Traffic Committee.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

(j)    Recommendation that the Speed Limit on Rochester Road Between the South City Limits and
Stephenson Highway Be Established at 35 MPH (Reduced from 45 MPH)

No action was taken.

Resolution to Impose Restrictions on Outdoor Use of Water to Prohibit Outdoor Uses from City Water
Supply Excepting on "Odd/Even" Dates Based on Address C-20

Resolution #94-594
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon
RESOLVED, that restrictions are hereby imposed on outdoor use of water to prohibit outdoor uses from
the City water supply except that persons occupying property having an address ending with an "even"
number (0, 2, 4, 6, 8) may use water for outdoor purposes when the last number of the date of the
calendar is also an "even" number and, in the same manner, occupants of properties with addresses
having an "odd" number (1, 3, 5, 7, 9) may use water out of doors when the last number on the date of the
calendar is also "odd", all in accordance with Paragraph 12 of Chapter 18 of the Code of the City of
Troy.

Yeas: Allemon, Pallotta, Stine
Nays: Gosselin, Husk, Stevens
Absent: Pryor
MOTION FAILED

Resolution to Set Public Hearing - Requested Rezoning - Northwest Corner of Crooks and Temple City -
Section 29 - M-1 (Light Industrial) to 0-1 (Office Building) C-24

Resolution #94-595
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Stine

RESOLVED, that a Public Hearing is hereby established for August 8, 1994, to consider the requested
rezoning of a site located at the northwest corner of Crooks and Temple City, in Section 29, from M-1
(Light industrial) to 0-1 (office Building).

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Request for Authorization to Make Unconditioned Offers and Institute Condemnation Litigation -
Rochester Road Improvements, I-75 to Torpey, Project No. 89.206.5 - Khami Brothers, Sidwell
#88-20-23-304-017; Troy Pointe Shops, Sidwell #88-20-22-426-047; and R. G. Leasing, Sidwell #88-20-
22-401-044            C-21

Resolution #94-596
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the City Attorney and/or Right of Way Department of the City of Troy are hereby
authorized to make unconditioned offers and, if necessary, institute condemnation litigation on behalf of
the City of Troy in Circuit Court for the County of Oakland, State of Michigan, for the express purpose
of acquiring right of way and easements for public improvement for Rochester Road improvements from
1-75 to Torpey, Project No. 89.206.5, and to acquire all adverse interests vested in any person arising by
virtue of any transactions of record affecting the above premises; all in accordance with a report from the
Right of Way Department dated July 5, 1994, a copy of which shall be attached to the original minutes of
this meeting, and which contains legal descriptions, as follows:

              Total
      Type of Appraised
Owner/Sidwell Acquisition        Value
Khami Brothers,
      Parcel 40A,
        #88-20-23-304-017       Fee     $100

Troy Pointe Shops,    Fee     76,800
       Parcel 13,     Public Utilities
       #88-20-22-426-047      Easement          12,550

R. G. Leasing, Fee     44,150
        Parcel 10,     Public Utilities
        #88-20-22-401-044      Easement         5,910

Plus actual cost to relocate existing flag pole and sign outside of permanent easement area which
properties are required for, Rochester Road improvements from I-75 to Torpey; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Attorney is hereby authorized to execute and deliver any
and all documents and papers, and to expend the . necessary funds expedient for the prosecution of such
proceedings or settlement of such claims or proceedings by and with the express approval of this
Council, by resolution directed.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Request for Closed Session              C-22

No Action was taken.

Requests from Boys and Girls Club of Troy Regarding 1994 Fun Run - August 7, 1994: (a) Resolution
Authorizing Application for Permit to Road Commission for Oakland County to Close Lanes on County
Roads; (b) Authorization for use of Public Funds to Provide Labor and Fringe Benefits for Services of
Streets Department and Police Department Personnel C-29

(a) Resolution Authorizing Application for Permit to Road Commission for Oakland County to Close
Lanes on County Roads

Resolution #94-597
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that Michael Culpepper, Coordinator of Public Works Operations; Larry Carey, Chief of
Police; John Szerlag, Assistant City Manager/Services or Frank Gerstenecker, City Manager, are hereby
authorized to make application to the Road Commission for Oakland County on behalf of the City of
Troy in the County of Oakland, Michigan for the necessary permit to close the curb lanes of Livernois,
Crooks and Big Beaver Roads on Sunday, August 7, 1994, from 7:30 a.m. to 12:00 Noon and that the
City of Troy in the County of Oakland will faithfully fulfill all permit requirements, and shall save
harmless, indemnify, defend, and represent the Board against any and all claims for bodily injury or
property damage, or any other claim arising out of or related to operations authorized by such permit as
issued.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor
(b)     Authorization for Use of Public Funds to Provide Labor and Fringe Benefits for Services of
Streets Department and Police Department Personnel

Resolution #94-598
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

RESOLVED, that the use of public funds to provide labor and fringe benefits at an estimated cost of
$1,300 for Streets Department and Police Department personnel in conjunction with the Boys and Girls
Club of Troy Fun Run to be held on Sunday, August 7, 1994 is hereby approved.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

REPORTS AND COMMUNICATIONS

Boards and Committees                 D-1

Troy Daze Advisory Committee May         24,    1994
Planning Commission June 14,             1994
Traffic Committee      June 15,          1994
Board of Zoning Appeals      June        21,    1994
Employee's Retirement System
        Board of Trustees    June        29,    1994
Downtown Development Authority           June   30,    1994

Noted and Filed

Department Reports                 D-2
Noted and Filed


Request from Troy Police Night out 1994, Au

Resolution #94-599
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon


Department for Proclamation - National

WHEREAS, the National Association of Town Watch is sponsoring a nationwide crime and drug
prevention program on Tuesday, August 2, 1994 called National Night Out; and

WHEREAS, National Night Out will provide an opportunity for the City of Troy to join forces with
thousands of other communities across the country in promoting cooperative, police-connunity crime and
drug prevention efforts; and

WHEREAS, the Police Department plays a vital role in promoting crime prevention and drug prevention
programs in the City of Troy; and
WHEREAS, it is essential that all citizens of Troy be aware of the importance of crime prevention
programs, as well as the impact that their participation has on reducing crime and drug abuse; and

WHEREAS, police-community partnerships and neighborhood safety, awareness and cooperation are
important themes of the National Night Out program;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Troy does hereby call
upon all citizens of Troy to join the Police Department and the National Association of Town Watch in
supporting National Night out on Tuesday, August 2, 1994; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Troy does hereby proclaim Tuesday,
August 2, 1994 as National Night out and encourages all citizens of Troy to turn on their outdoor lights
from 7:00 to 10:00 P.M.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Communication from Michigan Municipal League Foundation Announcing Silent Auction to Be Held
During Michigan Municipal League convention October 5-7, 1994 and Requesting Donations D-4

Noted and Filed

Request for Proclamation - Declaring 1994 as Michigan International Year of the Family D-5

Resolution #94-600
Moved by Pallotta
Seconded by Allemon

WHEREAS, families provide the natural framework for the emotional and material support essential to
the growth and development of their members, particularly children, the elderly, the disabled and the
infirm; and

WHEREAS, there is much diversity in families and through them cultural values and behaviors that
enhance society are promoted; and

WHEREAS, families foster constructive changes in society and offer a basis for a holistic approach to a
variety of social and developmental issues;

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Troy hereby recognizes
the year 1994 as the Michigan International Year of the Family in the City of Troy; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City of Troy will work in cooperation with the Michigan
International Year of the Family Council to achieve its goals and will forward a copy of this resolution to
the Lieutenant Governor of the State of Michigan in her role as chairperson of the Michigan International
Year of the Family; and

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that because of the great need for a comprehensive and concerted effort
to be responsive to the needs of Michigan's families, the City of Troy intends to work collaboratively
with all appropriate agencies in the examination of policies that affect the concerns and needs of families
and encourages other local and regional organizations to sponsor activities to promote 1994 as the Year
of the Family.

Yeas:   All-6
Absent: Pryor

Communication from Belzair Homeowners Association Commending Services Received from Troelsen
Excavation Company for Work Performed During Water Main Installation

Noted and Filed

Homeowner's Do-It-Yourself Rear Yard Drain Petition - 2556 and 2568 Hounds Chase

Referred to Engineering Department

Report Regarding SMART Ticket Price Increase
Noted and Filed

Report Regarding Gypsy Moth Suppression Program
Noted and Filed

Minutes of the Meeting of the Drainage Board - King Drain
Noted and Filed

Communication from Congressman Sander M. Levin Regarding H.R. 3636, the "National
Communications Competition and Information Infrastructure Act"

Noted and Filed

Announcement of Public Hearing - Sign Variance - Shark Creek Inn, 5725 Rochester Road

Noted and Filed

Update from Road Commission for Oakland County Regarding SCATS Signal System

Noted and Filed

The meeting was adjourned at 10:55 p.m.
jeanne M. Stine Mayor
Tamara A. Renshaw, City Clerk

				
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