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					CHAIRPERSON                                                                      FINANCE COMMITTEE
DEBBIE DE LEON                                                                  MARK GREBNER, CHAIR
                                                                                DEB NOLAN
VICE-CHAIRPERSON                                                                REBECCA BAHAR-COOK
DALE COPEDGE                                                                    TODD TENNIS
                                                                                LAURA DAVIS
VICE-CHAIRPERSON PRO-TEM                                                        STEVE DOUGAN
RANDY SCHAFER



                   INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
     P.O. Box 319, Mason, Michigan 48854      Telephone (517) 676-7200 Fax (517) 676-7264

THE FINANCE COMMITTEE WILL MEET ON WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 2009 AT
6:00 P.M., IN THE PERSONNEL CONFERENCE ROOM (D & E), HUMAN SERVICES
BUILDING, 5303 S. CEDAR, LANSING.

                                         Agenda
Call to Order
Approval of the November 18, 2009 Minutes
Additions to the Agenda
Limited Public Comment

1.       Ingham County Treasurer
         a.    3rd Quarter Report
         b.    Resolution Approving an Additional Tax Forfeiture/Foreclosure Coordinator
               Position in the County Treasurer’s Office

2.       Drain Commissioner - Resolution Pledging Full Faith and Credit to Cook and Thorburn
         Drain Drainage District 2010 Bonds

3.       Prosecuting Attorney’s Office - Resolution to Authorize a Sub-Contract for Operation of
         the Juvenile Accountability Block Grant Program, Operated by the Dispute Resolution
         Center of Central Michigan

4.       Sheriff’s Office
         a.      Resolution to Accept Equipment for the Sheriff’s Office from the Buffer Zone
                 Protection Program (BZPP)
         b.      Resolution to Enter into a Contract with On The Run Network TV, LLC for an
                 “In House Networking Television System” to Broadcast Correctional and Law
                 Enforcement Information at the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office

5.       Health Department
         a.     Resolution to Authorize Service Contracts with Licensed Dentists for 2010
         b.     Resolution to Authorize Amendment #2 to the 2009-2010 Comprehensive
                Planning, Budgeting and Contracting Agreement with the Michigan Department
                of Community Health
         c.     Resolution to Authorize a 2009-2010 Agreement with the City of Lansing for
                Certain Public Health and Program Activities
         d.     Resolution to Authorize an Agreement with Edward W. Sparrow Hospital
                Association for Women’s Health Physician Services
         e.     Resolution to Authorize a Nurse Practitioner Services Agreement with Michigan
                State University College of Nursing
         f.     Resolution to Authorize Three Adolescent Health – Child and Adolescent Health
                Center Grant Agreements with the Michigan Primary Care Association
6.         Agricultural Preservation Board - Resolution Authorizing a One Year Contract Extension
           with Sheridan Land Consulting to Provide Technical Assistance to the Ingham County
           Agricultural Preservation Board

7.         Economic Development Corporation
           a.    Resolution Approving the 2009 Amendment to the Brownfield Redevelopment
                 Plan for Ingham County Land Bank Authority Parcels in Lansing City Only
           b.    Resolution Designating Recovery Zone Bond Allocations (Attachment to be
                 distributed at meeting)

8.         Ingham County Fair Board - Resolution Authorizing an Amendment to the Lease
           Agreement with Crest View Horse Tack Shop at the Ingham County Fairgrounds

9.         Ingham County Parks and Recreation Commission - Resolution Authorizing the
           Acceptance of a $1,625.00 Risk Avoidance Program (RAP) Grant Award for a Hawk
           Island Larceny and Damage Reduction Project from the Michigan Municipal Risk
           Management Association (MMRMA)

10.        Management Information Services Department – Resolution to Approve Entering into an
           Agreement with the FD Hayes Electric Company for Data and Voice Wiring Services

11.        Controller/Administrator’s Office
           a.     Resolution Approving Various Contracts for the 2010 Budget Year Adjustments
           b.     Resolution Authorizing Adjustments to the 2009 Ingham County Budget and
                  Authorizing the Controller/Administrator to Make Year End Budget Adjustments

12.       Board Referral
          a.     Letter from the City of Lansing Economic Development Corporation Regarding a
                 Public Hearing for Approval of Brownfield Plan #6 – Sonic Restaurant
          b.     Notice of Hearing from Delhi Charter Township, Announcing a Public Hearing
                 Regarding an Application for Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate by
                 Fibertec, Inc.

Announcements              PLEASE TURN OFF CELL PHONES OR OTHER ELECTRONIC
Public Comment                DEVICES OR SET TO MUTE OR VIBRATE TO AVOID
Adjournment                         DISRUPTION DURING THE MEETING

      The County of Ingham will provide necessary reasonable auxiliary aids and services, such as interpreters for the hearing
      impaired and audio tapes of printed materials being considered at the meeting for the visually impaired, for individuals with
      disabilities at the meeting upon five (5) working days notice to the County of Ingham. Individuals with disabilities requiring
      auxiliary aids or services should contact the County of Ingham in writing or by calling the following: Ingham County Board
      of Commissioners, P.O. Box 319, Mason, MI 48854 Phone: (517) 676-7200. A quorum of the Board of Commissioners
      may be in attendance at this meeting. Meeting information is also available on line at www.ingham.org
                                   FINANCE COMMITTEE
                                      November 18, 2009
                                          Minutes


Members Present:     Mark Grebner, Deb Nolan, Rebecca Bahar-Cook, Laura Davis,
                     Steve Dougan and Board Chairperson Debbie De Leon

Members Absent:      Todd Tennis

Others Present:      Teri Morton, Eric Schertzing, Janiel Valentine, Maureen Winslow, Eric
                     Schertzing, Dean Sienko, Joel Maatman, Mike Pathfinder, George
                     Vernon, Shauna Dunnings, Doug Stover, and others.

The meeting was called to order by Chairperson Grebner at 6:07 p.m. in the Personnel
Conference Room “D & E” of the Human Services Building, 5303 S. Cedar Street, Lansing.

Approval of the November 4, 2009 Minutes
The minutes were approved as submitted.

Additions to the Agenda
11a. Resolution to Amend Resolution 09-384 Authorizing 2010 Agreements for Community
       Agencies

14.    Resolution Honoring Frank Ettawageshik

The following items were pulled from the agenda:

11.    Controller/Administrator’s Office - Resolution Approving Various Contracts for the 2010
       Budget Year

12.    County Services Committee - Resolution Authorizing Adjustments to Commissioners’
       Compensation

Limited Public Comment
None.

MOVED BY COMM. DOUGAN, SUPPORTED BY COMM. DAVIS, TO APPROVE A
CONSENT AGENDA FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

1.     Sheriff’s Office
       a.      Resolution to Accept a 2009 State of Michigan JAG Grant Subcontract for an
               Ingham County Sheriff’s Deputy Position with the Tri-County Metro Narcotics
               Unit
       b.      Resolution to Accept an L-3 Mobile Communications Quote for a Digital
               In-Car Camera System for Twelve (12) Patrol Vehicles and to Amend Resolution
               #09-023
2.    Ingham County Treasurer - Property Tax Foreclosure Process Annual Report

3.    Equalization/Tax Mapping - Resolution to Amend the 2009 Apportionment Report

4.    Circuit Court/Family Division - Resolution to Amend the 2009 Budget by Transferring
      Funds from the Juvenile Justice Millage Within the Child Care Fund

5.    Friend of the Court
      a.     Resolution Amending Resolution Number #08-286 Regarding the Acceptance of
             a Safe Havens Supervised Visitation and Safe Exchange Grant
      b.     Resolution Authorizing Acceptance of a State Court Administrative Office
             Access and Visitation Grant Agreement

6.    Health Department
      a.     Resolution to Authorize a Contract with the Michigan Department of Human
             Services to Provide Administrative Support for Development of the Strong
             Families/Safe Children Program
      b.     Resolution to Authorize a FY 2009-2010 Local Health Department (LHD)
             Agreement with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality

7.    Parks and Recreation Commission
      a.     Resolution to Accept a $908.68 Risk Avoidance Program (RAP) Grant Award for
             Parks and Recreation Alert Frisbees from the Michigan Municipal Risk
             Management Association (MMRMA)
      b.     Resolution Authorizing the Purchase of a Mobile Squeeze Cage for the Potter
             Park Zoo
      c.     Resolution to Authorize a Michigan Community Service Commission
             AmeriCorps Grant Position Placement for the Parks Department

8.    Facilities Department - Resolution to Add the Ingham County Family Center (ICFC) to
      the Current Contract with Dietz Janitorial Services, Inc. (Resolution #07-116) for
      Cleaning Services

9.    Human Resources Department - Resolution Approving a Collective Bargaining
      Agreement with the FOP Supervisory Officers

10.   Management Information Services Department
      a.     Resolution to Consent to an Assignment of Three Current Agreements with
             Analysts International Corporation to Netarx, LLC
      b.     Resolution to Approve the Renewal of the Agreement for the AT&T Circuit
             Between the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office and Delhi Township
14.   Resolution Honoring Frank Ettawageshik

MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Absent: Comm. Tennis

MOVED BY COMM. DOUGAN, SUPPORTED BY COMM. DAVIS, TO APPROVE THE
ITEMS ON THE CONSENT AGENDA.
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MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Absent: Comm. Tennis

11a.   Controller/Administrator’s Office Resolution to Amend Resolution 09-384 Authorizing
       2010 Agreements for Community Agencies

MOVED BY COMM.DOUGAN, SUPPORTED BY COMM. BAHAR-COOK, TO APPROVE
THE RESOLUTION TO AMEND RESOLUTION 09-384 AUTHORIZING 2010
AGREEMENTS FOR COMMUNITY AGENCIES.

Chairperson Grebner explained that the original resolution was passed with a typographical error
in the dollar amount allocated to Cristo Rey. The amendment is a correction.

MOTION CARRIED UNANIMOUSLY. Absent: Comm. Tennis

13.    Board Referral - Letter from the City of East Lansing Regarding Recovery Zone Bonds
       for the City Center II Project

The Board Referral was received and placed on file.

Announcements
None.

Public Comment
None.

The meeting adjourned at approximately 6:13 p.m.

Respectfully submitted,



Mary Waller




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                                                                                       Portfolio Management
                                                                                          Portfolio Summary
                                                                                         September 30, 2009




                                                                  Par                         Market                          Book         %of               Days to          YTM/C
Investments                                                     Value                          Value                          Value    Portfolio     Term    Maturity     360 Equiv.

Certificates of Deposit                                  17,650,000.00                  17,650,000.00                  17,650,000.00      14.88       233         88           1.387
Business Checking                                        28,818,155.68                  28,818,155.66                  28,818,155.66      24.29         1          1           0.517
Reserve Acct/MM        •                                 33,276,924.80                  33,276,924.80                  33,276,924.80      28.05         1          1           0.687
Savings Account                                           1,016,192.14                   1,016,192.14                   1,016,192.14       0.86         1          1           2.630
Commercial Paper Disc. -Amortizing                        5,000,000.00                   5,000,726.61                   4,994,163.33       4.21        86         72           0.390
Federal Agency Coupon Securities                         29,494,536.00                 ' 29,389,515.07                 29,505,736.00      24.87      3,617     3,490           3.742
Municipal Bonds                                           3,340,000.00                   3,453,612.62                   3,366,228.26       2.84       553        497           4.965

                                                      118,595,808.60                 118,605,126.90                 118,627,400.19      100.00%       954        899           1.635
Investments


Cash and Accrued Interest
Accrued Interest at Purchase *                                                                   0.00
i                                                                                                                               0.00
Ending Accrued Interest                                                                    588,949.22                     588,949.22
Subtotal                                                                                   588,949.22                     588,949.22

                                                      118,595,808.60                 119,194,076.12                 119,216,349.41                    954        899           1.635
Total Cash and Investments Value

[Total Earnings                       September 30 Month Ending                            Fiscal Year To Date

Current Year                                              152,408.88                                1,705,742.97                                                     * 1,488.26 Accrued at Purchase is
                                                                                                                                                                    Included in Book and Market Values.



    Average Daily Balance                              96,383,237.63

Effective Rate of Return                                         1.92%




    hereby certify that the attached staten lents are a true condition of the County Cash Balances and Investments Accounts as of the report date.




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                                                                                 Average     Purchase                                                          Stated   YTM/C          Days to     Maturity
CUS1P                         Investment #            Issuer                     Balance          Date            Par Value    Market Value     Book Value       Rate     360    Term Maturity        Date

Certificates of Deposit

SYS12502                      12502            :IFTH THIRD BANK                              07/06/2009        1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00     0.830    0.830    182      95 01/04/2010
SYS12509                      12509            -IFTH THIRD BANK                              08/03/2009        1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00     0.700    0.700    182     123 02/01/2010
SYS12486                      12486          . Fifth Third Cert, of Deposit                  05/14/2009          250,000.00      250,000.00      250,000.00     1.140    1.140    180      40    11/10/2009
SYS12490                      12490           BANK OF AMERICA                                05/18/2009          250,000.00      250,000.00      250,000.00     1.270    1.270    365     229 05/18/2010
SYS12492                      12492           BANK OF AMERICA                                05/19/2009          250,000.00      250,000.00      250,000.00     0.820    0.820    150      15 10/16/2009
SYS12379                      12379           papitol National Bank                          12/09/2008          200,000.00      200,000.00      200,000.00     2.040    2.040    365      69 12/09/2009
SYS12399                      12399           Charter One Bank                               12/31/2008        1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00     1.700    1.700    303      29    10/30/2009
SYS12508                      12508           Charter One Bank                               08/03/2009         1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00     0.630    0.630    182     123 02/01/2010
SYS12511                      12511           Charter One Bank                               08/13/2009          700,000.00      700,000.00      700,000.00     0.490    0.490    152     103 01/12/2010
SYS12512                      12512           Charter One Bank                               09/04/2009        2,000,000.00    2,000,000.00    2,000,000.00     0.750    0.750    210     183 04/02/2010
SYS12429                      12429           UPMorgan Chase Bank                            01/27/2009         1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00   1,000,000.00     1.000    1.000    262      15    10/16/2009
SYS12401                      12401           Citizens Bank                                  01/02/2009          500,000.00      500,000.00      500,000.00     1.500    1.500    273        1   10/02/2009
SYS12383                      12383           Dart Bank                                      12/17/2008         1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00    3.500    3.500    364      76    12/16/2009
SYS12487                      12487            rlagstar                                      05/12/2009        2,000,000.00    2,000,000.00    2,000,000.00     1.110    1.110    184      42 11/12/2009
SYS12521                      12521            =lagstar                                      09/22/2009          250,000.00      250,000.00      250,000.00     0.700    0.700    120     111    01/20/2010
SYS12402                      12402            Huntington Bank                               01/02/2009          500,000.00      500,000.00      500,000.00     2.200    2.200    336      54 12/04/2009
SYS12465                      12465            Mercantile Bank                               04/23/2009         1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00    1,000,000.00    3.050    3.050    364     203 04/22/2010
SYS12523                      12523            viason State Bank                             09/23/2009          500,000.00      500,000.00      500,000.00     0.600    0.600    120     112 01/21/2010
SYS12524                      12524            vlason State Bank                             09/23/2009          500,000.00      500,000.00      500,000.00     0.600    0.600     90      82 12/22/2009
SYS12410                      12410            Private Bank                                  01/12/2009          600,000.00      500,000.00      500,000.00     1.850    1.850    270        8 10/09/2009
SYS12346                      12346           Stockbridge State Bank                         10/03/2008          500,000.00      500,000.00      500,000.00     3.250    3.250    365        2 10/03/2009
SYS12377                      12377           Summitt Community Bank                         12/06/2008          100,000.00      100,000.00      100,000.00     4.000    4.000    396      97 01/06/2010
SYS12378                      12378           Summitt Community Bank                         12/09/2008          150,000.00      150,000.00      150,000.00     4.000    4.000    398     100 01/09/2010
SYS12488                      12488           Summit! Community Bank                         05/15/2009          750,000.00      750,000.00      750,000.00     1.050    1.036    184      45    11/15/2009
 SYS12427                     12427            Inion Bank                                    01/23/2009          250,000.00      250,000.00      250,000.00     2.490    2.456    365     114 01/23/2010
 SYS12513                     12513             'olverine Bank                               09/15/2009          500,000.00      500,000.00      500,000.00     0.450    0.450     91      75    12/15/2009

                                        Subtotal and Average                   266,666.67                      17,650,000.00   17,650,000.00   17,650,000.00             1.387    233      88

 Business Checking
 SYS10556                     10556            America Bank                                                    13,842,497.83   13,842,497.83   13,842,497.83    0.550    0.542      1
      :entration              12514           National City Bank                             09/15/2009        14,975,657.83   14,975,657.83   14,975,657.83    0.500    0.493      1

                                        Subtotal and Average                  9,683,741.37                     28,818,155.66   28,818,155.66   28,818,155.66             0.517

 Reserve Acct/MM

 SYS10816                     10816            imbassador Funds MM                                              9,404,921.77    9,404,921.77    9,404,921.77    0.410    0.404      1
 NOWACCT                      12498            =lagstar                                      05/12/2009         3,500,623.33    3,500,623.33    3,500,623.33    0.500    0.493      1



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                                                                               Average     Purchase                                                          Stated    YTM/C            Days to    Maturity
CUSIP                         Investment #             Issuer                  Balance          Date            Par Value    Market Value     Book Value      Rate       360    Term Maturity          Date

Reserve Acct/MM

NOW ACCOUNT                   12522            ndependent Bank - Bay City                  09/22/2009         7,000,726.03    7,000,726.03    7,000,726.03    0.500     0.493

NOW ACC                       12525            Mercantile Bank                             09/25/2009         2,000,164.38    2,000,164.38    2,000,164.38    0.500     0.493

SYS12446                      12446            MICHIGAN STATE UNIV FED CREDIT              02/23/2009        11,370,489.29   11,370,489.29   11,370,489.29    1..150    1.134

                                        Subtotal and Average                 400,005.48                      33,276,924.80   33,276,924.80   33,276,924.80              0.687

Savings Account

SYS12443                      12443            MICHIGAN STATE UNIV FED CREDIT              02723/2009                 5.00            5.00            5.00    0.010     0.010       1
MSUFCU-ADD CD                 12462            MICHIGAN STATE UNIV FED CREDIT              02/23/2009         1,016,187.14    1,016,187.14    1,016,187.14    2.667     2.630       1

                                        Subtotal and Average                1,014,038.56                      1,016,192.14    1,016,192.14    1,016,192.14              2.630

Commercial Paper Disc. 'Amortizing

f443M3CK8                     12520             'rudential                                 09/17/2009         2,000,000.00    2,000,376.55    1,994,713.33    0.520     0.524    183      169 03/19/2010
   I816XX83                   12515             MTYOFSANJOSE                               09/16/2009         3,000,000.00    3,000,350.06    2,999,450.00    0.300     0.300     22        7     10/08/2009

r                                       Subtotal and Average                 930,866.22                       5,000,000.00    5,000,726.61    4,994,163.33              0.390     86       72

pederal Agency Coupon Securities

31331GUN7                     12482            Federal Farm Credit Bank                    05/11/2009         2,000,000.00    1,978,080.00    2,001,200.00    3.600     3.548   2,185    2,042    05/05/2015
3133XT5Z5                     12457            Federal Home Loan Bank                      03/16/2009         2,000,000.00    2,015,000.00    2,000,000.00    4.050     3.995   2,557    2,358    03/16/2016
3133XTDP8                     12480            Federal Home Loan Bank                      04/08/2009         2,000,000.00    1,991,303.48    2,010,000.00    4.750     4.623   3,662    3,486    04/18/2019
3133XTNT9                     12481            Federal Home Loan Bank                      05/28/2009         2,000,000.00    1,996,260.00    2,000,000.00    3.500     3.452   2,191    2,065 05/28/2015
3133XTXV3                     12500            Federal Home Loan Bank                      07/08/2009         3,000,000.00    3,004,680.00    3,000,000^00    5.000     4.932   5,479    5,394 07/08/2024
3133XUG80                     12505            Federal Home Loan Bank                      08/20/2009         3,000,000.00    3,008,430.00    3,000,000.00    4.000     3.945   3,652    3,610    08/20/2019
 3128X6V37                    12423            Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co.              01/21/2009         1,494,536.00    1,481,826.56    1,494,536.00    5.000     4.934   5.145    4,892 02/22/2023
3128X8RQ7                     12459            Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co.              03/25/2009         2,000,000.00    1,984,360.00    2,000,000.00    4.000     3.945   3,652    3,462 03/25/2019
3128X8L67                     12494            Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co.              06/24/2009         2,000,000.00    2,004,800.00    2,000,000.00    3.250     3.205   5,479    5,380 06/24/2024
3128X84Y5                     12504            Federal Home Loan Mortgage Co.              07/28/2009         3,000,000.00    2,983,855.03    3,000,000.00    3.000     2.959   2,922    2,857    07/28/2017
 3136FHMY8                    12466            Federal Nat'l Mtg. Assoc.                   05/20/2009         3,000,000.00    2,974,680.00    3,000,000.00    3.250     3.205   3,652    3,518    05/20/2019
 3136FHVF9                    12491            Federal Nat'l Mtg. Assoc.                   05/28/2009         2,000,000.00    1,973,120.00    2,000,000.00    3.250     3.205   3,652    3,526    05/28/2019
 3136FHRS6                    12493            Federal Nat'l Mtg. Assoc.                   05/27/2009         2,000,000.00    1,993,120.00    2,000,000.00    3.000     2.959   2,557    2,430 05/27/2016

                                         Subtotal and Average               6,000,000.00                     29,494,536.00   29,389,515.07   29,505,736.00              3.742   3,617    3,490

 Municipal Bonds

 944488PY5                    12518             VAYNE COUNTY MUNICIPAL BOND                08/06/2009         2,040,000.00    2,088,640.98    2,061,028.26    5.200     4.342    482      426     12/01/2010
 944488PZ2                    12519            WAYNE COUNTY MUNICIPAL BOND                 08/05/2009         1,300,000.00    1,364,971.64    1,305,200.00    6.260     5.948    665      608 06/01/2011

                                        Subtotal and Average                3,366,228.26                      3,340,000.00    3,453,612.62    3,366,228.26              4.965     553     497



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                                               Average     Purchase                                                          Stated   YTM/C           Days to
CUSIP   Investment #            Issuer         Balance                        Par Value     Market Value       Book Value      Rate     360    Term Maturity

                       Total and Average   21,661,546.56                  118,595,803.60   118,605,126.90   118,627,400.19             1.635    954      899




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RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 20, 2009


Agenda Item Title:            Resolution Approving an Additional Tax Forfeiture/Foreclosure
                              Coordinator Position in the County Treasurer’s Office

Submitted by:                 Ingham County Treasurer


Committees:                   LE      , JD     , HS      , CS   X , Finance     X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This Resolution will authorize the establishment of an additional Tax Forfeiture/Foreclosure
Coordinator position effective January 1, 2010. The Treasurer has identified an expanded need
to coordinate work for the significantly increasing volume of forfeitures and the increasing need
for foreclosure prevention efforts that can best be performed by the designated positions.


Financial Implications:
The tax foreclosure process allows reimbursement of 80% of the staff’s salary to the County.


Other Implications:
The Tax Forfeiture/Foreclosure Coordinator Position classification was analyzed and processed
by the Human Resources Department.


Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN                   TL       TM       JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                   Agenda Item 1b

Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                     INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                     RESOLUTION APPROVING AN ADDITIONAL
           TAX FORFEITURE/FORECLOSURE COORDINATOR POSITION
                       IN THE COUNTY TREASURER’S OFFICE
                                               -
WHEREAS, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners and the Ingham County Treasurer
took action in December of 2004 to assume the responsibility for Public Act 123 of 1999, the
Delinquent Property Tax Foreclosure Act; and

WHEREAS, the Foreclosure Process provides for full cost recovery for the program including
staff, legal, contract services and supplies, and the Treasurer is generating the additional funding
necessary for this position in the Delinquent Tax Revolving Fund (Fund 516); and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Treasurer has previously created a Property Tax Coordinator
position to administer the requirements of PA 123 under the Treasurer’s supervision; and

WHEREAS, the Treasurer has identified an expanded need to coordinate work for the
significantly increasing volume of forfeitures and the increasing need for foreclosure prevention
efforts that can best be performed by the designated positions; and

WHEREAS, the auction process and Land Bank have coordination needs with the foreclosed
parcels and the Land Bank has budgeted staff cost to reimburse the County for 80% of the one
Tax Forfeiture/Foreclosure Coordinator position; and

WHEREAS, the classification was analyzed and processed by Human Resources Department.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners hereby
approves the establishment of an additional Tax Forfeiture/Foreclosure Coordinator position
effective January 1, 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes the
Controller/Administrator to make the necessary budget adjustments and position allocation list
amendment in the Treasurer’s 2010 Budget.
                                                                                   Agenda Item 2

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 20, 2009


Agenda Item Title: Resolution Pledging Full Faith and Credit to Cook and Thorburn Drain
                   Drainage District 2010 Bonds

Submitted by:         Drain Commissioner


Committees:           LE       , JD     , HS     , CS X      , Finance X


Summary of Proposed Action:
As a result of drain improvements made as a part of the Cook and Thorburn and Tributary Drains
Watershed Improvements Project, the Drain Commissioner intends to provide funds to pay the
costs of the project through the issuance of bonds. The principal of and interest on the Bonds
will be paid from assessments to be made within the Drainage District.

The Resolution pledges the County’s full faith and credit for the prompt payment of the principal
of and interest on the Bonds. Should the Drainage District fail to pay principal and interest on
the bonds when due, the County shall immediately advance sufficient monies from County
funds, as a first budget obligation, to cover the costs. The pledge of the full faith and credit of
the County to the Bonds reduces the cost of financing the Project.

The Drain Commissioner will provide the not-to-exceed amount at the Committee meeting as
referenced in the Resolution.

Financial Implications:
In addition to the implications outlined above, should the County advance County funds pursuant
to the pledge made in this Resolution, the amounts will be repaid to the County from assessments
or reassessments made in the Drainage District.

The Resolution also authorizes the Chairperson of the Board of Commissioners, the County
Treasurer and any other official of the County, or any one or more of them, to take all actions
necessary or desirable for the issuance of the Bonds, and to execute any documents or certificates
necessary to complete the issuance of the Bonds.

Other Implications:
None.

Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN                    TL       TM        JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                         Agenda Item 2

Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                      INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

RESOLUTION PLEDGING FULL FAITH AND CREDIT TO COOK AND THORBURN
               DRAIN DRAINAGE DISTRICT 2010 BONDS
                                             Resolution #09-

Minutes of a regular meeting of the Board of Commissioners of Ingham County, Michigan, held in the

Ingham County Courthouse, Mason, Michigan, on _____________, 2009, at _________, local time.

PRESENT:        Commissioners



ABSENT:         Commissioners

        The following resolution was offered by Commissioner _____________ and supported by

Commissioner _____________:

WHEREAS, pursuant to a petition filed with the Drain Commissioner of the County of Ingham, State of
Michigan (the “Drain Commissioner”), proceedings have been taken under the provisions of Act 40, Public
Acts of Michigan, 1956, as amended (the “Act”), for the making of certain intra-county drain improvements
referred to as the Cook and Thorburn and Tributary Drains Watershed Improvements Project (the “Project”)
which are being undertaken by the Cook and Thorburn Drain Drainage District (the “Drainage District”);
and

WHEREAS, the Project is necessary for the protection of the public health, and in order to provide funds to
pay the costs of the Project, the Drain Commissioner intends to issue the Drainage District’s Bonds in the
amount of not-to-exceed $________________________ (the “Bonds”) pursuant to Section 275 of the Act;
and

WHEREAS, the principal of and interest on the Bonds will be payable from assessments to be made within
the Drainage District; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners (the “Board”) may, by resolution adopted by a
majority of the members of the Board, pledge the full faith and credit of Ingham County (the “County”) for
the prompt payment of the principal of and interest on the Bonds pursuant to Section 276 of the Act; and

WHEREAS, the pledge of the full faith and credit of the County to the Bonds will reduce the cost of
financing the Project and will be a benefit to the people of the County.
THEREFORE BE IT IS RESOLVED, the Board of Commissioners of the County of Ingham, Michigan:

          1.      The County pledges its full faith and credit for the prompt payment of the principal of and
interest on the Bonds. The County shall immediately advance sufficient moneys from County funds, as a
first budget obligation, to pay the principal of and interest on any of the Bonds should the Drainage District
fail to pay such amounts when due. The County shall, if necessary, levy a tax on all taxable property in the
County, to the extent other available funds are insufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the Bonds
when due.

        2.       Should the County advance County funds pursuant to the pledge made in this Resolution,
the amounts shall be repaid to the County from assessments or reassessments made in the Drainage District
as provided in the Act.

         3.       The Chairman of the Board, the County Treasurer and any other official of the County, or
any one or more of them, are authorized and directed to take all actions necessary or desirable for the
issuance of the Bonds, and to execute any documents or certificates necessary to complete the issuance of
the Bonds, including, but not limited to, any applications including applications to the Michigan Department
of Treasury, any waivers, certificates, receipts, orders, agreements, instruments, and any certificates relating
to federal or state securities laws, rules or regulations.

        4.       All resolutions and parts of resolutions are, to the extent of any conflict with this resolution,
rescinded.


YEAS:            Commissioners



NAYS:            Commissioners

ABSTAIN:         Commissioners
RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.



                                                      Mike Bryanton
                                                      County Clerk
                                                      Ingham County

STATE OF MICHIGAN                     )
                                      ) ss.
COUNTY OF INGHAM                      )

I, Mike Bryanton, the duly qualified and acting Clerk of Ingham County, Michigan (the “County”) do
hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the Board of
Commissioners at a meeting held on __________________ 2009, the original of which is on file in my
office. Public notice of said meeting was given pursuant to and in compliance with Act No. 267 of the
Public Acts of Michigan of 1976, as amended.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my signature this _____ day of _______________,
2009.


                                                      Mike Bryanton
                                                      County Clerk
                                                      Ingham County
                                                                               Agenda Item 3

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                    DATE: November 16, 2009

Agenda Item Title:           Resolution to Authorize a Sub-Contract for Operation of the
                             Juvenile Accountability Block Grant Program, Operated by the
                             Dispute Resolution Center of Central Michigan


Submitted by:                Prosecuting Attorney’s Office


Committees:                  LE X , JD__, HS___, CS___, Finance        X



Summary of Proposed Action: This resolution will authorize a subcontract between the
Ingham County Prosecutor and the Dispute Resolution for the Juvenile Accountability Block
Grant programming from existing budgeted funds, for the time period of April 1, 2009 through
March 31, 2010.


Financial Implications: Grant Funds        $15,990
                        County Match         1,777
                                           $17,767 Total Subcontract


Other Implication: The Dispute Resolution Center, through the Juvenile Accountability Block
Grant subcontract, saves Court resources by managing juvenile ticket offenses that would
otherwise be submitted to the Circuit Court/Family Division.


Staff Recommendation: MJM             JN X      TL      TM       JC
Staff recommends approval of this resolution.
                                                                                Agenda Item 3

Introduced by Law Enforcement and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

  RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE A SUB-CONTRACT FOR OPERATION OF THE
 JUVENILE ACCOUNTABILITY BLOCK GRANT PROGRAM, OPERATED BY THE
         DISPUTE RESOLUTION CENTER OF CENTRAL MICHIGAN

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Prosecutor’s Office applied for and has been approved for an
extension of the “Juvenile Accountability Block Grant” from the Michigan Department of
Human Services; and

WHEREAS, the grant is for $15,990, with a County match of $1,777, for a total program cost of
$17,767; and

WHEREAS, the program was originally authorized by Resolution #07-085, and subsequently re-
authorized by the 2009 Budget General Appropriations Resolution #08-294; and

WHEREAS, the Dispute Resolution Center of Central Michigan has provided quality services to
Ingham County youth through the Juvenile Accountability Block Grant, providing early
intervention for low-level juvenile offenders with ticket offenses; and

WHEREAS, the services provided by the Dispute Resolution Center, through the Juvenile
Accountability Block Grant save court resources, by managing juvenile ticket offenses that
would otherwise be submitted to the Circuit Court/Family Division; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Prosecuting Attorney has been requested by the Michigan
Department of Human Services (DHS) to develop a sub-contract with the Dispute Resolution
Center of Central Michigan, and to forward a copy of said sub-contract to the DHS.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners approves a
subcontract between the Ingham County Prosecutor and the Dispute Resolution Center, in the
amount of $17,767, for Juvenile Accountability Block Grant programming for the time period of
April 1, 2009 through March 31, 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes the
Board Chairperson, the County Clerk and the Prosecuting Attorney to sign any necessary
contract documents that are consistent with this Resolution and approved as to form by the
County Attorney.
                                                                               Agenda Item 4a

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                         DATE: November 20, 2009


Agenda Item Title:           Resolution to Accept Equipment for the Sheriff’s Office from the
                             Buffer Zone Protection Program (BZPP)

Submitted by:                Sheriff’s Office


Committees:                  LE X , JD__, HS___, CS___, Finance         X



Summary of Proposed Action: This resolution authorizes accepting the recommendation of
the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Operations Division, in cooperation with the
Ingham County Local Planning Team to accept equipment from the Buffer Zone Protection
Program (BZPP).

The Ingham County Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Operations Division will receive the following
equipment:
(1) Polaris Ranger ATV
(1) FLIR hand-held infra-red device

There are no costs to acquire this equipment but the Sheriff’s Office must now maintain and
service the equipment through their existing budget.


Financial Implications: These are federal pass through grant funds administered by the State
with the main contract held by the City of Lansing.

1.     (1) Polaris Ranger ATV
2.     (1) FLIR hand-held infra-red device
       Total Value = $13,000


Other Implications: The City of Lansing is the fiscal agent for the Buffer Zone Protection
Program (BZPP) and has provided this equipment to the County for these two equipment items.


Staff Recommendation: MJM             JN X        TL     TM        JC
Staff recommends approval of this resolution.
                                                                                   Agenda Item 4a

Introduced by the Law Enforcement and Finance Committees of the:

                     INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

   RESOLUTION TO ACCEPT EQUIPMENT FOR THE SHERIFF’S OFFICE FROM
           THE BUFFER ZONE PROTECTION PROGRAM (BZPP)

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management has
been selected to receive equipment from the Buffer Zone Protection Program (BZPP); and

WHEREAS, the Buffer Zone Protection Program (BZPP) provides funding to increase the
preparedness capabilities of jurisdictions responsible for the safety and security of communities
surrounding high-priority pre-designated Tier 1 and Tier 2 critical infrastructure and key
resource (CIKR) assets, including chemical facilities, financial institutions, nuclear and electric
power plants, dams, stadiums, and at her high-risk/high-consequence facilities, through
allowable planning and equipment acquisition; and

WHEREAS, Emergent Bio-Solutions (formerly known as Bio-Port) is considered a high-priority
Tier 1 critical infrastructure or key resource (CIKR) which is located within Ingham County; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management has
received (1) Polaris Ranger ATV and (1) FLIR hand-held infra-red device from the BZPP, at no
cost to the Ingham County except for maintenance and operation; and

WHEREAS, the equipment will be stored at the Sheriff’s Office and be under the control of the
Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management; and

WHEREAS, the total value of the equipment is around $13,000.00.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners hereby
approves the recommendation of the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office, Emergency Operations
Division, in cooperation with the Ingham County Local Planning Team for the acquisition of the
following equipment from the Buffer Zone Protection Program (BZPP):

       (1)     Polaris Ranger ATV
       (1)     FLIR hand-held infra-red device

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes the
Board Chairperson and the County Clerk to sign any necessary contract documents that are
consistent with this Resolution and approved as to form by the County Attorney.
                                                                            Agenda Item 4b

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE: November 9, 2009


Agenda Item Title:          Resolution to Enter into a Contract with On The Run Network TV,
                            LLC for an “In House Networking Television System” to
                            Broadcast Correctional and Law Enforcement Information at the
                            Ingham County Sheriff’s Office

Submitted by:               Sheriff’s Office


Committees:                 LE X , JD__, HS___, CS___, Finance       X



Summary of Proposed Action: This resolution will authorize approval of the Ingham County
Sheriff’s Office recommendation to enter into a contract with On The Run TV, LCC to install
and manage a Detention Information and Communication System within the Sheriff’s Office, for
a three year pilot project with an option to renew if mutually agreed upon.


Financial Implications:     The vendor will pay Ingham County $3,000 annually for this three
year contract.


Other Implications: This vendor is recommended by the Michigan Sheriffs Association


Staff Recommendation: MJM             JN X       TL     TM      JC
Staff recommends approval of this resolution.
                                                                                Agenda Item 4b

Introduced by the Law Enforcement and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

RESOLUTION TO A CONTRACT WITH ON THE RUN NETWORK TV TO INSTALL
         AND MANAGE A NETWORKING TELEVISION SYSTEM

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office has the responsibility to provide correctional services and law
enforcement services to the highest possible standards; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office has the responsibility to provide for a safe and secure
community by apprehending and lodging offenders; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office desires to work with Crime Stoppers to broadcast information
to those who are employed, visit or housed at the Sheriff’s Office/Jail on wanted or captured
local, state or national fugitives; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office desires to allow inmates, their family and friends to
continuously view broadcasted jail policies and procedures; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office desires to continuously broadcast information regarding health
care, education and training; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office desires to continuously broadcast information regarding
visitation procedures; and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office desires to continuously broadcast information regarding legal
assistance: and

WHEREAS, the Sheriff’s Office is committed to finding innovative ways to fight crime in the
county; and

WHEREAS, the above mentioned can be accomplished by the use of slide impressions that can
be run every 20 seconds, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week on flat screen televisions strategically
placed at the Sheriff’s Office; and

WHEREAS, the technology, installation and maintenance of the broadcast system will be given
to the Sheriff’s Office free of charge; and

WHEREAS, final approval for all content displayed on the broadcast resides with the Sheriff’s
Office.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners approves
the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office recommendation and authorizes a contract with On The Run
TV, LCC to install and manage a Detention Information and Communication System within the
Sheriff’s Office, for a three year pilot project with an option to renew if mutually agreed upon.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the contract will be effective January 1, 2010 through
December 31, 2012, with the County to receive $3,000 annually for the three year contract with
On The Run TV, LCC.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners directs the
Controller/Administrator to make the necessary budget adjustments in the Ingham County
Sheriff’s Office 2010 through 2012 Budgets.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes the
Board Chairperson and the County Clerk to sign any necessary documents that are consistent
with this Resolution and approved as to form by the County Attorney.
                                                                                     Agenda Item 5a

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 19, 2009


Agenda Item Title:            Resolution to Authorize Service Contracts with Licensed Dentists
                              for 2010


Submitted by:                 Health Department


Committees:                   LE       , JD     , HS   X , CS        , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This resolution authorizes service contracts with dentists for calendar year 2010.

It is necessary to recruit and retain contractual dentists to maintain high quality dental care for
pediatric and adult dental populations, and to maintain revenue projections resulting from dental
services.


Financial Implications:
The Department’s 2010 adopted budget includes $159,120 to support approximately 60 hours
per week of contractual dentists considering closures due to holidays. The attached resolution
will authorize contracts with licensed dentists at the rate of $51.52 per hour, an increase of 1%
from the current contractual rate. The Department will manage contractual hours to stay within
the total budgeted amount for contractual dentists.


Other Implications:
Additionally, the Health Department employs two full-time dentists at its Adult Dental and two
full-time dentists at its Healthy Smiles health centers.


Staff Recommendation: MJM            JN      TL           TM       JC X
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                    Agenda Item 5a
                                     MEMORANDUM
TO:                    Human Services Committee
                       Finance Committee

FROM:                  Dean G. Sienko, M.D., M.S., Health Officer/Medical Director

DATE:                  November 18, 2009

SUBJECT:               Recommendation to Authorize 2010 Contracts with Dentists

This is a recommendation to authorize service contracts with dentists for calendar year 2010.
The Department’s 2010 adopted budget includes $159,120 to support approximately 60 hours
per week of contractual dentists considering closures due to holidays. Additionally, the
Department employs two full-time dentists at its Adult Dental and two full-time dentists at its
Healthy Smiles health centers.

For the Department to maintain high quality dental care for its pediatric and adult dental
populations and to maintain revenue projections resulting from dental services it is critical to
recruit and retain contractual dentists. In order to competitively secure contractual dentists it is
important that the Health Department increase the hourly rate from $51.01 to $51.52 reflecting
an increase of 1%.

The attached resolution will authorize contracts with licensed dentists at the rate of $51.52 per
hour. The Department will manage contractual hours to stay within the total budgeted amount
for contractual dentists. The County Attorney will prepare contracts that require the dentist to
maintain professional liability insurance consistent with County policies. I recommend that the
Board authorize the contracts.

Attachment

c:      Jaeson Fournier, DC, MPH, Deputy Health Officer w/attachment
        John Jacobs, CPA, Chief Financial Officer w/attachment
        Barbara Watts Mastin, MA, Chief Operating Officer w/attachment
                                                                               Agenda Item 5a

Introduced by the Human Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE SERVICE CONTRACTS
                      WITH LICENSED DENTISTS FOR 2010

WHEREAS, Ingham County operates two dental health centers and uses a mix of employed and
contracted dentists to provide services; and

WHEREAS, the Health Department’s 2010 Budget includes $159,120 to pay for contractual
dentists, assuming an average of approximately 60 hours of contractual dental services per week
between the two health centers; and

WHEREAS, the Health Officer has recommended that the Board of Commissioners authorize
contracts with dentists at the rate of $51.52 per hour.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
service contracts with licensed dentists during calendar year 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the dentists shall be paid at the rate of $51.52 per hour, with
total expenditures not to exceed $159,120 during Fiscal Year 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County Attorney is authorized to prepare service
contracts for licensed dentists recommended by the Health Department and that the County
Board Chairperson is authorized to sign such contracts.
                                                                              Agenda Item 5b

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                      DATE November 19, 2009


Agenda Item Title:           Resolution to Authorize Amendment #2 to the 2009-2010
                             Comprehensive Planning, Budgeting and Contracting Agreement
                             with the Michigan Department of Community Health


Submitted by:                Health Department


Committees:                  LE      , JD     , HS X    , CS     , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This resolution authorizes Amendment #2 of the 2009-2010 Comprehensive Planning, Budgeting
and Contracting (CPBC) Agreement with the Michigan Department of Community Health
(MDCH). The CPBC Agreement is the annual process whereby the MDCH transmits State and
Federal funds to Ingham County to support public health programs. The CPBC Agreement
establishes the funding levels and the terms and conditions. The Board of Commissioners
authorized the 2009-2010 Agreement in Resolution No. #09-308.


Financial Implications:
Amendment #2 will increase the budget for Comprehensive Local Health Services from
$5,523,486 to $5,555,379, for a net increase of $31,893. The Amendment makes the following
specific changes in the budget:

     1.   Expanded HIV Testing in High Prevalence Health Care Settings: an increase of $6,250.
     2.   Safe Routes to School: an increase of $5,000.
     3.   Women, Infants and Children Program: an increase of $40,500.
     4.   Building Healthy Communities: a decrease of $19,857.


Other Implications:
The Amendment also adds a requirement for enhanced childhood lead poisoning prevention
activities.


Staff Recommendation: MJM            JN      TL        TM       JC    X
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                  Agenda Item 5b
                                        MEMORANDUM
To:                Human Services Committee
                   Finance Committee

From:              Dean Sienko, M.D. Health Officer

Date:              November 16, 2009

Subject:           CPBC Agreement Amendment #2 for 2009-2010

This is a recommendation to authorize Amendment #2 of the 2009-2010 Comprehensive
Planning, Budgeting and Contracting (CPBC) Agreement with the Michigan Department of
Community Health (MDCH). The CPBC Agreement is the annual process whereby the MDCH
transmits State and Federal funds to Ingham County to support public health programs. The
funds, of course, come with terms and conditions. The CPBC Agreement establishes the funding
levels and the terms and conditions. The Board of Commissioners authorized the 2009-2010
Agreement in Resolution No. #09-308.

The CPBC Agreement is regularly amended to adjust funding levels and clarify terms and
conditions. Amendment #2 will increase the budget for Comprehensive Local Health Services
from $5,523,486 to $5,555,379 for a net increase of $31,893. The Amendment makes the
following specific changes in the budget:

        1.    Expanded HIV Testing in High Prevalence Health Care Settings: an increase of $6,250.
        2.    Safe Routes to School: an increase of $5,000.
        3.    Women, Infants and Children Program: an increase of $40,500.
        4.    Building Healthy Communities: a decrease of $19,857.

The Amendment also revises a section of the Agreement. It adds a requirement for enhanced
childhood lead poisoning prevention activities. These activities are to be focused on building
community coalitions to provide education and outreach about lead hazards. Performance
measures are established for these activities. Disease Control staff are confident they can attain
the program targets with the enhanced funding.

I recommend that the Board of Commissioners adopt the attached resolution and that the
Controller is authorized to amend the Health Department’s 2009 Budget in order to implement
this resolution.

c:           John Jacobs w/attachment
                                                                                    Agenda Item 5b

Introduced by the Human Services and Finance Committees of the:

                     INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                  RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE AMENDMENT #2
                  TO THE 2009-2010 COMPREHENSIVE PLANNING,
               BUDGETING AND CONTRACTING AGREEMENT WITH
              THE MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH

WHEREAS, the responsibility for protecting the health of the public is a shared responsibility
between the State and County governments in Michigan; and

WHEREAS, the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH) and Ingham County have
historically entered into contracts to clarify the role and responsibility of each party in protecting
public health; and

WHEREAS, the MDCH and Ingham County have entered into a 2009-2010 Agreement for the
delivery of public health services under the Comprehensive Planning, Budgeting and Contracting
(CPBC) process to clarify roles and responsibilities, including funding relationships, authorized
by Resolution #09-308; and

WHEREAS, the MDCH has proposed an amendment to the 2009-2010 CPBC to adjust grant
funding levels and clarify Agreement procedures; and

WHEREAS, the Health Officer has recommended that the Board of Commissioners authorize
the Amendment.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
Amendment #2 to the 2009-2010 Comprehensive Planning, Budgeting, and Contracting (CPBC)
Agreement with the Michigan Department of Community Health (MDCH).

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Amendment shall: 1) Revise information in
Attachment I – Annual Budget Instructions; 2) Add/revise information in Attachment III –
Program Specific Assurances and Requirements; and 3) Incorporate Attachment IV – Funding
Allocation/Reimbursement Mechanism Matrix.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the net adjustment in the total amount of CPBC funding
shall be an increase of $31,893 from $5,523,486 to $5,555,379 which includes: 1) Expanded
HIV Testing in High Prevalence Health Care Settings, an increase of $6,250; 2) Safe Routes to
School, an increase of $5,000; 3) Women, Infants and Children Program, an increase of $40,500;
and 4) Building Healthy Communities, a decrease of $19,857.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Amendment also adds a requirement for enhanced
childhood lead poisoning prevention activities and establishes performance measures for these
activities.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Controller/Administrator is authorized to amend the
Health Department’s 2009 Budget in order to implement this Resolution.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson is authorized to sign the
Amendment after review by the County Attorney.
                                                                                Agenda Item 5c

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                       DATE November 19, 2009


Agenda Item Title:            Resolution to Authorize a 2009-2010 Agreement with the City of
                              Lansing for Certain Public Health and Program Activities


Submitted by:                 Health Department


Committees:                   LE      , JD     , HS   X , CS       , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This resolution authorizes an agreement with the City of Lansing from July 1, 2009 through June
30, 2010. The City of Lansing is proposing to provide financial support for various services
provided by or through the Ingham County Health Department that benefit Lansing residents.


Financial Implications:
For this year’s agreement the City is offering $140,000. The supported services would include:
        (1) $32,500 to support the operation of the Adult Health/Infectious Disease Clinic.
        (2) $9,000 for the operation of the Ingham County Food Bank.
        (3) $60,000 to support a Day Care Scholarship Program.
        (4) $22,500 to support counseling and psychological treatment for youth in families
            affected by the sexual abuse of children.
        (5) $10,000 to support the Community Coalition for Youth.
        (6) $6,000 toward the Power of We Consortium’s Compassion Capital Fund.


Other Implications:
This support from the City of Lansing is an important source of revenue for several of the
programs operated by the Health Department.


Staff Recommendation: MJM            JN      TL         TM        JC    X
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                 Agenda Item 5c
                                        Memorandum
  TO:          Human Services Committee
               Finance Committee
FROM:          Dean Sienko, M.D., Health Officer
DATE:          November 16, 2009
SUBJECT:       2009-2010 Agreement with the City of Lansing
As in previous years, the City of Lansing is proposing to provide financial support for various
services provided by or through the Ingham County Health Department that benefit Lansing
residents. For this year’s agreement the City is offering $140,000. The supported services
would include:

1. The City of Lansing will provide $32,500 to support the operation of the Adult
Health/Infectious Disease Clinic. The City will provide $22,000 to cover part of the salary of a
Nurse Practitioner and $9,000 for a Community Health Representative II, and will provide
$1,500 for pharmaceuticals for low-income un- or under-insured people.

2. The City of Lansing will provide $9,000 for the operation of the Ingham County Food Bank.
City funds are used to support part of the salary of a Food Bank Specialist.

3. The City of Lansing will support a Day Care Scholarship Program with a total of $60,000 in
funding. They will provide $51,000 in scholarship monies and $9,000 for an Account Clerk in
the Office for Young Children which will administer the scholarships. Approximately 100 low-
income families will benefit from this program.

4. The City of Lansing will support counseling and psychological treatment for youth in
families affected by the sexual abuse of children with $22,500 in total funds. The youth are
identified by the Health Department, the Department of Social Services, Probate Court, and other
community agencies. If there is no other source of assistance, the youth are referred to the Lead
Counselor at the High Risk Adolescent Program at Willow Plaza Services who makes referrals to
psychologists or counselors who provide treatment at a discounted rate. The City has allocated
$11,500 for psychological services for 30 youth and $11,000 to support part of the salary of the
Lead Counselor.

5. The City will provide $10,000 to the Health Department to support the Community
Coalition for Youth. These are largely pass through funds which go to the Community Change
Initiative to improve opportunities for City youth.

6. The City will provide $6,000 toward the Power of We Consortium’s Compassion Capital
Fund. These are largely pass through funds to support programs to grow community agencies.

This support from the City of Lansing is an important source of revenue for several of the
programs operated by the Health Department. The City of Lansing and Ingham County have had
a good working relationship in this area for many years. I urge the Board to authorize the
continuation of that relationship by adopting the attached resolution.

c: John Jacobs w/attachment
   Bob Townsend w/attachment
                                                                               Agenda Item 5c

Introduced by the Human Services and Finance Committees of the:

                     INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

  RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE A 2009-2010 AGREEMENT WITH THE CITY OF
    LANSING FOR CERTAIN PUBLIC HEALTH AND PROGRAM ACTIVITIES

WHEREAS, the City of Lansing has for many years provided funding to Ingham County to help
support public health services for City of Lansing residents; and

WHEREAS, the City of Lansing is proposing to provide such support for the 2009-2010 fiscal
year; and

WHEREAS, these revenues are anticipated in the Health Department's 2010 budget request; and

WHEREAS, the Health Officer has recommended that the Board of Commissioners authorize
the agreement with the City of Lansing.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
an agreement with the City of Lansing to provide financial support to certain services provided
by or through the Ingham County Health Department.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the period of the agreement shall be July 1, 2009 through
June 30, 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the City of Lansing shall provide $140,000 to support the
following services:

       1.   Adult Health/STI Clinic - $32,500
       2.   Food Bank Project Operation - $9,000
       3.   Child Care Scholarship Program - $60,000
       4.   High Risk Adolescent Program - $22,500
       5.   Community Coalition for Youth - $10,000
       6.   Compassion Capital Fund - $6,000

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson be authorized to sign the agreement
after review by the County Attorney.
                                                                                 Agenda Item 5d

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 19, 2009


Agenda Item Title:            Resolution to Authorize an Agreement with Edward W. Sparrow
                              Hospital Association for Women’s Health Physician Services


Submitted by:                 Health Department


Committees:                   LE       , JD     , HS X      , CS     , Finance   X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This resolution authorizes a three year Physician Services Agreement with Edward W. Sparrow
Hospital Association to provide physician services for the Department’s South Cedar
Community Health Center’s Women’s Health Unit.

The current contract for these services is with Ingham Regional Medical Center. This contract
will be amended to reflect a new termination date of February 28, 2010.

While both organizations who responded to the RFP demonstrated they could provide high
quality physician services to the South Cedar Community Health Center (CCHC); Sparrow’s
response presented a preferable physician coverage model at a lower cost.


Financial Implications:
This will be a three year contract at a cost of $50,000 each year.


Other Implications:
It is the recommendation of the Evaluation Committee and the Health Department, in
concurrence with the Purchasing Department, to award a three year contract to Edward W.
Sparrow Hospital Association as the business entity for the Sparrow/Michigan State University
Women’s Health Program, at a cost of $50,000 each year with no annual increase. These
services had not been competitively procured in nine years.


Staff Recommendation: MJM                JN     TL       TM         JC X
Staff recommends approval of the resolution. As required by the Board Ethics Policy, the role of
the Board is to accept or reject the recommendation. If the recommendation is rejected, the
committee should state the reason(s) for the rejection and instruct the staff to review the
recommendation.
                                                                                        Agenda Item 5d
COUNTY OF INGHAM
Purchasing Department
                                                                                    121 East Maple Street
                                                                                  Mason, Michigan 48854
                                                                                 Telephone: 517-676-7307
                                                                                       Fax: 517-676-7230
                                                                                  jvalentine@ingham.org


        TO:     Human Services and Finance Committee

    FROM:       Janeil Valentine

     DATE:      November 18, 2009

SUBJECT:        Proposal Summary – Physicians Services – Packet #89-09


Project: The project involved soliciting sealed proposals for physicians services for the Ingham County
Health Department’s Cedar Community Health Center’s Women’s Health Unit.


Bid Summary:
Vendors Contacted:      3               Local: 3
Vendors Responding:     2               Local: 2


The following vendors submitted proposals:

Vendor                                             Location
Sparrow Hospital/Michigan State University         Lansing & East Lansing          $50,000
Ingham Regional Medical Center                     Lansing                         $68,675 1st year with
                                                                            3% increase subsequent years


Recommendation: It is the recommendation of the Evaluation Committee and the Health Department in
concurrence with the Purchasing Department to award a three year contract to Edward W. Sparrow
Hospital Association as the business entity for the Sparrow/Michigan State University Women’s Health
Program at a cost of $50,000.00 each year with no annual increase.

Advertisement:
Vendors notified by Electronic Mail, advertisement in Lansing State Journal and posted on the Ingham
County Purchasing website.
                                                                                Agenda Item 5d
                                MEMORANDUM
To:                   Human Services Committee
                      Finance Committee

From:                 Dean G. Sienko, M.D., M.S., Medical Director

Date:                 November 18, 2009

Subject:              Recommendation to Execute a Physician Services Agreement with
                      Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association for the South Cedar Community
                      Health Center’s Women’s Health Services Unit.

This is a recommendation to execute a Physician Services Agreement with Sparrow Health
System to provide physician services for the Department’s South Cedar Community Health
Center’s Women’s Health Unit.

Early this year the Health Department issued a Request for Proposals (RFP #89-09) in order to
secure OB/GYN physician services for its South Cedar Community Health Center (CCHC). This
RFP was developed by the Health Department’s administration in cooperation with Ingham
County’s Purchasing Department. It is important to note that these services had not been
competitively procured in nine years. The Purchasing Department was responsible for
distributing the RFP to potential vendors, for collecting all responses, and for ensuring that the
RFP was posted and managed consistent with the County’s Procurement policies and procedures.

The RFP specifically indicated that a successful vendor response would have to provide for the
following:

1.      Twenty hours of physician coverage provided through five four hour clinical sessions
        held at the South Cedar Community Health Center’s Women’s Health unit. Depending
        on the needs of the program, the coverage may be for family planning, gynecological or
        prenatal care.
2.      Four hours per week on site for a designated physician to serve as the Department’s
        Medical Director for OB/GYN and Family Planning Services.
3.      Physician support for prenatal care and family planning services provided by the
        Department’s Women’s Health Nurse Practitioners.
4.      Labor and Delivery for all Ingham County Health Department prenatal patients.
5.      24 hour/365 day after hours call coverage and hospital services for all Ingham County
        Health Department OB-GYN patients.
6.      Consultation and education support to Department nurse practitioners for prenatal care,
        family planning, and OB-GYN services including execution of collaborative practice
        agreements with the Department’s nurse practitioners; and,
7.      Participation in the Health Department’s quality improvement program as it pertains to
        OB/GYN services and Women’s Health issues (to include chart review for prenatal
        patients and for some family planning patients – approximately ten charts per week).
In August 2009, the Purchasing Department provided vendor responses to the Health
Department. There were two responses; one from Ingham Regional Medical Center (IRMC) and
the other from the Sparrow Hospital/Michigan State University Women’s Health Program
(SWHP). The SWHP proposal indicated that the official contractor was Edward W. Sparrow
Hospital Association.

Both IRMC’s and SWHP’s responses addressed all areas of the RFP. However, following review
and scoring of the vendors’ responses it is the unanimous recommendation of the RFP Review
Committee to recommend award of this service contract to the SWHP. The Health Department’s
RFP Review Committee was comprised of Dr. Jaeson Fournier (Deputy Health Officer), Barbara
Mastin (Chief Operating Officer) and Katherine Way (Clinical Services Supervisor).

While both organizations demonstrated they could provide high quality physician services to the
CCHC, Sparrow’s response presented a preferable physician coverage model. Specifically,
Sparrow indicated that it would provide prenatal physician services through four attending
physicians and did not propose the routine use of resident physicians. IRMC, on the other hand,
indicated that it would provide prenatal services through attending physicians working in
conjunction with resident physicians. While the Health Department is not opposed to residency
training programs, it does require that the Health Department invest additional resources (need
for more exam rooms and clinical support staff). In addition, it is important that the Health
Department ensure continuity of care for its patients, with this especially important for its
vulnerable prenatal population. Unfortunately, the coverage model provided through rotating
resident physicians can be a barrier to continuity of care and the establishment of a strong
patient-physician relationship. The RFP Review Committee also determined that the SWHP’s
quality improvement initiatives were more comprehensive and innovative with focus on
enhancing the clinical outcomes of the Health Department’s prenatal patients and focus on an
integrated, coordinated, and community based system of care. For these reasons, the SWHP
proposal will position the Health Department to better assess and improve the clinical care
outcomes of its prenatal and family planning patients.

From a budget perspective, IRMC proposed an annual rate or $68,675 for 2010 with a 3%
increase for subsequent years while SWHP proposed an annual rate of $50,000 for 2010 with no
increase for subsequent years. Consequently, award to SWHP will save the County $62,268
over the three year contract period.

I recommend that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorize a three year agreement
with Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association for physician services beginning March 1, 2010.

Additionally, in order to permit a successful transition to the SWHP, I recommend that the
current physician services agreement with Ingham Regional Medical Center be amended to
reflect a new termination date of February 28, 2010. This action will provide adequate time for
each organization to prepare for this change.

c:     Jaeson Fournier, DC, MPH, Deputy Health Officer w/attachment
       John Jacobs, CPA, Chief Financial Officer w/attachment
       Barbara Mastin, MA, Chief Operating Officer w/attachment
                                                                              Agenda Item 5d
Introduced by the Human Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE AN AGREEMENT WITH EDWARD W. SPARROW
   HOSPITAL ASSOCIATION FOR WOMEN’S HEALTH PHYSICIAN SERVICES

WHEREAS, the Health Department issued a Request For Proposals (RFP) for physician services
in its Cedar Community Health Center’s (CCHC) Women’s Health Services Operations; and

WHEREAS, the Health Department’s current agreement with Ingham Regional Medical Center
terminates on December 31, 2009; and

WHEREAS, the Health Department’s Women’s Health Services operation within the CCHC
provided 17,151 patient contacts to 5,701 women, including 5,046 prenatal visits to 736 women,
from October 1, 2008 through September 30, 2009; and

WHEREAS, the RFP was developed by the Health Department in consultation with the County
Purchasing Department and was electronically sent to three local vendors, published in the
Lansing State Journal and on the County’s website; and

WHEREAS, two coverage proposals were received, one from Sparrow Hospital/Michigan State
University Women’s Health Program (SWHP) and one from Ingham Regional Medical Center
(IRMC); and

WHEREAS, the Health Department’s RFP Review Committee (Dr. Jaeson Fournier, Deputy
Health Officer, Barbara Watts Mastin, Chief Operating Officer, and Katherine Way, Clinical
Services Supervisor) recommends that a three year contract be awarded to Edward W. Sparrow
Hospital Association in the amount of $50,000 each year; and

WHEREAS, Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association will function as the business entity for
the SWHP; and

WHEREAS, Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association has indicated it will accept both the
terms of the contract and the amount; and

WHEREAS, the reasons the RFP Committee is recommending the SWHP proposal are as
follows: 1) the physician coverage model proposed provides greater continuity of care; 2) the
quality improvement plan proposed is comprehensive and innovative with focus on enhancing
the clinical outcomes of the Health Department’s prenatal patients with emphasis on an
integrated, coordinated and a community based system of care approach; 3) the rate proposed is
thirty-seven percent lower than the IRMC rate; and

WHEREAS, the difference in price of the SWHP proposal will result in a three year savings to
the County of $62,268; and
WHEREAS, the Ingham Community Health Center Board, as the Board of Commissioners’
Federally Qualified Health Center Co-applicant Board, approved the Health Department’s
recommendation on November 17, 2009, and recommends that the Ingham County Board of
Commissioners authorizes a physician services agreement with Edward W. Sparrow Hospital
Association for these services; and

WHEREAS, the Health Officer recommends that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners
authorizes a physician services agreement with Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association for
physician services on behalf of the Sparrow Hospital/Michigan State University Women’s
Health Program for the period March 1, 2010 through February 28, 2013.

WHEREAS, the Health Officer advises that Ingham Regional Medical Center and the Health
Department mutually agree that it is in the best interest of both organizations and the patients
served that the current agreement (as authorized in Resolution # 06-226) be extended through the
end of February 2010, thereby accommodating a smooth transition to contracted services with
Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
an amendment to the County’s agreement with Ingham Regional Medical Center for physician
services extending this agreement through February 28, 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes a
physician services agreement with Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association for the period
March 1, 2010 through February 28, 2013.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that services provided by Edward W. Sparrow Hospital
Association shall include: 1) 20 hours of physician coverage for clinics held at the Cedar
Community Health Center; 2) 4 hours per week for a designated physician to serve as the
Department’s on-site Medical Director for OB/GYN and Family Planning Services; 3) labor and
delivery for all Ingham County Health Department prenatal patients; 4) 24 hour/365 day after
hours call and hospital services for all ICHD OB-GYN patients; 5) Consultation and education
support to Department nurse practitioners for prenatal care, family planning, and OB-GYN
services including execution of collaborative practice agreements with the Department’s nurse
practitioners; and 6) Participation in the Health Department’s quality improvement program as it
pertains to OB/GYN services and Women’s Health issues.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the annual payment to Edward W. Sparrow Hospital
Association will be $50,000 a year for three years starting March 1, 2010 through February 28,
2013.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson is authorized to sign the Agreement
with Edward W. Sparrow Hospital Association after review by the County Attorney and that the
Board Chairperson is also authorized to sign an Amendment to the existing Agreement with
Ingham Regional Medical Center.
                                                                               Agenda Item 5e

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                      DATE November 19, 2009


Agenda Item Title:           Resolution to Authorize a Nurse Practitioner Services Agreement
                             with Michigan State University College of Nursing


Submitted by:                Health Department


Committees:                  LE      , JD     , HS   X , CS        , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This resolution authorizes a three year (January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2012) Nurse
Practitioner Services Agreement with the Michigan State University College of Nursing (MSU
CON).

Ingham County has contracted with the MSU CON for the provision of Nurse Practitioner
services within the Health Department’s Correctional Health Services (CHS) unit since January
2007. The current agreement will expire December 31, 2009.


Financial Implications:
The County will compensate MSU CON $130,413 in 2010; $132,369 in 2011; and $134,355 in
2012 (1.5% yearly increases) in return for the following professional services: 1) 40 hours of
nurse practitioner coverage (i.e. primary care provider) coverage for the Health Department’s
CHS (Jail Medical) operations; 2) Consultation to registered nurses and other health team
members assigned to CHS on health care matters; and 3) Participation in the Health
Department’s after hours call coverage.


Other Implications:
None.


Staff Recommendation: MJM            JN      TL        TM        JC X
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                  Agenda Item 5e
                                    MEMORANDUM

To:                    Human Services Committee
                       Finance Committee

From:                  Dean G. Sienko, M.D., M.S., Health Officer

Date:                  November 25, 2009

Subject:               Recommendation to Authorize a Nurse Practitioner Services Agreement
                       with the Michigan State University College of Nursing

This is a recommendation to authorize a Nurse Practitioner Services Agreement with the
Michigan State University College of Nursing (MSU CON).

Ingham County has contracted with the MSU CON for the provision of Nurse Practitioner
services within the Health Department’s Correctional Health Services (CHS) unit since January
2007. The current agreement will expire December 31, 2009.

The recommendation is to execute a new agreement for the same services for the next three years
(January 1, 2010 through December 31, 2012). The financial terms of the agreement call for the
county to compensate MSU CON $130,413 in 2010, $132,369 in 2011 and $134,355 in 2012 in
return for the following professional services: 1) 40 hours of nurse practitioner coverage (i.e.
primary care provider) coverage for the Health Department’s CHS (Jail Medical) operations; 2)
Consultation to registered nurses and other health team members assigned to CHS on health care
matters; and 3) Participation in the Health Department’s after hours call coverage.

MSU CON has provided very high quality services throughout the term of the current agreement.
The compensation is reasonable given the provision of 40 hours of service per week and
demonstration over the last three years that this is a cost effective model of providing quality and
comprehensive health care to inmates housed within the Ingham County Jail. Of note, this
relationship has assisted the Health Department in reducing costs associated with the provision
of medical care to inmates. This cost containment is expected to continue and be enhanced
through continuance of this relationship.

I recommend that the Board of Commissioners adopt the attached resolution and authorize
execution of a Nurse Practitioner Services Agreement with MSU CON.

Attachment

c:      John Jacobs, CPA, Chief Financial Officer w/attachment
        Barbara Mastin, MA, Chief Operating Officer w/attachment
        David Saltman, RN, MPA, Correctional Health Services Supervisor
                                                                                Agenda Item 5e

Introduced by the Human Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

       RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE A NURSE PRACTITIONER SERVICES
            AGREEMENT WITH MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERISTY
                        COLLEGE OF NURSING

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Health Department assumed responsibility for providing and
managing medical services to Ingham County Jail inmates in January 1, 2007; and

WHEREAS, the Health Department has contracted with the Michigan State University College
of Nursing (MSU CON) for Nurse Practitioner services for its Correctional Health Services Unit
since January 1, 2007; and

WHEREAS, the current agreement for Nurse Practitioner Services terminates on December 31,
2009; and

WHEREAS, the Health Department advises that the level and quality of services provided by
MSU CON’s Nurse Practitioners is very good and that these services have assisted the Health
Department in reducing costs associated with the provision of medical care to inmates housed
within the Ingham County Jail; and

WHEREAS, the Health Officer recommends that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners
authorizes a Nurse Practitioner Services Agreement with MSU CON for the period of January 1,
2010 through December 31, 2012, at an annual rate of $130,413 in year one (1) with a 1.5 %
increase for each subsequent year.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
a professional services agreement with the Michigan State University College of Nursing for
Nurse Practitioner services as primary care providers for Ingham County Jail inmates.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the period of the agreement shall be January 1, 2010
through December 31, 2012.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the County will pay the MSU College of Nursing $130,413
for forty hours per week of Nurse Practitioner coverage and participation in the Department’s
after hours call coverage during 2010; that the compensation will be increased by 1.5 percent in
2011 ($132,369) and again increased by 1.5 percent for 2012 ($134,355).

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson is authorized to sign the agreement
with the College of Nursing after review by the County Attorney.
                                                                                 Agenda Item 5f

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                       DATE November 23, 2009


Agenda Item Title:            Resolution to Authorize Three Adolescent Health – Child and
                              Adolescent Health Center Grant Agreements with the Michigan
                              Primary Care Association


Submitted by:                 Health Department


Committees:                   LE      , JD     , HS   X , CS        , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This resolution authorizes three Adolescent School Based Health Center grant agreements with
the Michigan Primary Care Association. Ingham County operates three existing school-based
services that are supported by State grants. The State has renewed those grants for the period of
October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010.


Financial Implications:
The award to support the clinical services at the Otto Community Health Center for this period is
$157,500 ($175,000 was budgeted). The award to support the clinical services at Willow Health
Center is $202,500 ($225,000 was budgeted). The award to support peer education (non-
clinical) services provided through Willow Health Center is $76,500 ($85,000 was budgeted).
All three of these grant awards were included as revenue in the Health Department’s Fiscal Year
2010 budget. As a consequence of the ten percent funding reduction, the Health Department will
have a fiscal shortfall of $48,500 compared to its budget. This shortfall will be managed by
deploying a full-time position from the Otto Community Health Center to a vacant position at the
St. Lawrence Community Health Center. In addition, the grant deliverables articulated in the
Department’s renewal applications are decreased due to the funding reduction.


Other Implications:
None.


Staff Recommendation: MJM            JN      TL         TM        JC    X
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                Agenda Item 5f
                                   MEMORANDUM
To:                   Human Services Committee
                      Finance Committee

From:                 Dean G. Sienko, M.D., M.S., Health Officer

Date:                 November 25, 2009

Subject:              Resolution to Authorize Three Adolescent School Based Health Grant
                      Agreements with the Michigan Primary Care Association

This is a recommendation to authorize three Adolescent School Based Health Center grant
agreements with the Michigan Primary Care Association. Ingham County operates three existing
school based services that are supported by State grants. The State has renewed those grants for
the period of October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010.

The award to support the clinical services at the Otto Community Health Center for this period is
$157,500 ($175,000 was budgeted). The award to support the clinical services at Willow Health
Center is $202,500 ($225,000 was budgeted). The award to support peer education (non-
clinical) services provided through Willow Health Center is $76,500 ($85,000 was budgeted).
All three of these grant awards were included as revenue in the Health Department’s Fiscal Year
2010 budget. As a consequence of the ten percent funding reduction, the Health Department will
have a fiscal shortfall of $48,500 compared to its budget. This shortfall will be managed by
deploying a full time position from the Otto Community Health Center to a vacant position at the
St. Lawrence Community Health Center. In addition, the grant deliverables articulated in the
Department’s renewal applications are decreased due to the funding reduction.

The goals of these grant agreements are summarized as:
1. Increase access to health care services for medically underserved County youth.
2. Develop and implement a successful asthma control program for adolescents and their
   parents through the Otto Community Health Center.
3. Increase access to HIV and STI prevention and health education through the Willow Health
   Center.
4. Increase number of uninsured youth and families accessing needed Medicaid services.

I recommend that the Board adopt the attached resolution and authorize the three grant
agreements with the Michigan Primary Care Association for the period of October 1, 2009
through September 30, 2010.

Attachment

c:      Jaeson Fournier, DC, MPH, Deputy Health Officer w/attachment
        John Jacobs, CPA, Chief Financial Officer w/attachment
        Barbara Watts Mastin, MA, Chief Operating Officer w/attachment
                                                                             Agenda Item 5f

Introduced by the Human Services and Finance Committees of the:

                   INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 RESOLUTION TO AUTHORIZE THREE ADOLESCENT HEALTH – CHILD AND
ADOLESCENT HEALTH CENTER GRANT AGREEMENTS WITH THE MICHIGAN
                  PRIMARY CARE ASSOCIATION

WHEREAS, Ingham County operates three child and adolescent health center programs as part
of its Community Health Center Network; and

WHEREAS, the State has awarded grants for the period of October 1, 2009 through September
30, 2010, and will use the Michigan Primary Care Association as the fiduciary agent for the
contracts; and

WHEREAS, the funds from these three grants are included in the Health Department’s 2010
adopted budget; and

WHEREAS, the Health Officer has recommended that the Board authorize the grant agreements.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
a grant agreement with the Michigan Primary Care Association for a School Based Health Center
Grant – Non-Clinical Model, for services to be delivered through the Willow Health Center,
totaling $76,500 in State funds, for the period October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes a
grant agreement with the Michigan Primary Care Association for a School Based Health Center
Grant – Community Based Clinical Model totaling $202,500 in State funds, for the period
October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010, for services to be delivered through the Willow
Health Center.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes a
grant agreement with the Michigan Primary Care Association for a School Based Health Center
Grant – Community Based Clinical Model totaling $157,500 in State funds, for the period
October 1, 2009 through September 30, 2010, for services to be delivered through the Otto
Community Health Center.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson is authorized to sign the three grant
agreements after review by the County Attorney.
                                                                                 Agenda Item 6

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                      DATE November 20, 2009


Agenda Item Title:           Resolution Authorizing a One Year Contract Extension with
                             Sheridan Land Consulting to Provide Technical Assistance to the
                             Ingham County Agricultural Preservation Board


Submitted by:                Ingham County Agricultural Preservation Board


Committees:                  LE      JD____, HS      , CS _X__, Finance    X



Summary of Proposed Action: This Resolution authorizes a contract extension for one year
between Ingham County and Sheridan Land Consulting, to provide technical assistance to the
Ingham County Agricultural Preservation Board to implement the Purchase of Development
Rights Ordinance.

The current contract with Sheridan Land Consulting will expire December 31, 2009. The
Agricultural Preservation Board desires to continue the current arrangement with Sheridan Land
Consulting through December 2010. The Agricultural Preservation Board will not be able to
adequately implement the Purchase of Development Rights Ordinance without an extension of
this contract for technical assistance.

Now that the Agricultural Preservation Board has a funding source, the consultant’s scope of
work will focus on implementation and administration of the purchase of development rights
program. The proposed scope of services is attached.


Financial Implications: The amount of this contract for one year of service will not exceed
$52,438. Funding for this contract is included in the 2010 Budget.


Other Implications: This Resolution is consistent with the Board of Commissioners’ priority –
Promoting Environmental Protection and Smart Growth.


Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN               HH         TM       JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
         1. Services to be performed by the Consultant. The Consultant shall assist the
Agricultural Preservation Board (APB) in identifying and performing the actions to be taken to
implement the Ingham County Farmland Purchase of Development Rights (PDR) Ordinance,
including:
      i. serving as a general resource to the APB;
     ii. attending all APB meetings;
    iii. serving as a liaison for the APB to the Ingham County Board of Commissioners (BOC);
    iv. assisting the APB in drafting and preparing resolutions, reports, and other documents for
         the Board of Commissioners;
     v. attending relevant Board of Commissioners meetings;l
    vi. developing an application form(s) for applying to the Farmland PDR Program;
   vii. developing a system each year for ranking all eligible parcels that are submitted to the
         APB;
  viii. administering the application and selection processes for the program;
    ix. assisting landowners with the application process through closing;
     x. developing a model (standard) conservation easement(s) and any revisions to the model
         conservation easement(s);
    xi. recommending an appraisal method(s) for establishing the value of development rights of
         land (conservation easements);
   xii. obtaining appraisals (this will include working with a State Certified General Appraiser
         to provide necessary information and assistance. Consultant should accompany appraiser
         on all farm visits.);
  xiii. negotiating the purchase, including price, of conservation easements on behalf of the
         County;
   xiv. coordinating all contactors through bidding, selecting and completing work;
    xv. overseeing the closing and recording of conservation easements;
   xvi. developing a monitoring system for conservation easements;
  xvii. acquiring the data needed to improve the selection criteria for ranking parcels and the
         appraisal method(s);
 xviii. identifying and informing the APB of funding sources for farmland and open space
         preservation by PDR available from local, state, and federal governments and private
         sources;
   xix. applying for funds for farmland and open space preservation by PDR available from
         local, state, and federal governments and private sources;
    xx. preparing information on the PDR program for distribution or presentation to landowners,
         the general public and stake holders;
   xxi. working with the media to inform the public of the County PDR program;
  xxii. attending meetings, presentations, and other events relevant to the County PDR program;
 xxiii. providing an annual report on the program to the BOC; and
 xxiv. any other tasks assigned by the Ingham County APB within the scope of the County PDR
         Ordinance.

The Consultant would provide the same services to the Farmland and Open Space Preservation
Board regarding the Open Space PDR Ordinance when the appropriate documents are adopted
by the Board of Commissioners.
                                                                                 Agenda Item 6

Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

  RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING A ONE YEAR CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH
SHERIDAN LAND CONSULTING TO PROVIDE TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE TO THE
       INGHAM COUNTY AGRICULTURAL PRESERVATION BOARD

WHEREAS, Ingham County desires to provide for the effective long-term protection and
preservation of farmland in Ingham County from the pressure of increasing residential and
commercial development; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners adopted the Ingham County Farmland
Purchase of Development Rights Ordinance in July 2004; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Farmland Purchase of Development Rights Ordinance
authorized the establishment of the Ingham County Agricultural Preservation Board to oversee
the Farmland Preservation Program; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners is under contract with Sheridan Land Consulting for
technical assistance for the implementation of the Farmland Purchase of Development Rights
Ordinance through December 2009; and

WHEREAS, the Agricultural Preservation Board has recommended the contract with Sheridan
Land Consulting to provide technical assistance be continued through December 31, 2010; and

WHEREAS, funding for this contract is included in the 2010 Ingham County Budget and will be
derived from the Agricultural Preservation Millage dollars.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners shall
continue a contract with Sheridan Land Consulting in an amount not exceeding $52,438, for
technical assistance to the Ingham County Agricultural Preservation Board through December
31, 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board Chairperson and County Clerk
are authorized to sign contract documents consistent with this Resolution after approval as to
form by the County Attorney.
                                                                                Agenda Item 7a

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 20, 2009


Agenda Item Title:           Resolution Approving the 2009 Amendment to the Brownfield
                             Redevelopment Plan for Ingham County Land Bank Authority
                             Parcels in Lansing City Only


Submitted by:                Economic Development Corporation


Committees:                  LE      , JD      , HS     , CS X     , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This Resolution approves an amendment to the Brownfield Plan for Redevelopment of Ingham
County Land Bank Fast Track Authority Parcels in Lansing.

The amended Plan, attached to the resolution as “exhibit A” (attachment will be distributed at
the meeting) includes additional eligible properties that have come under the control of the Land
Bank Authority.


Financial Implications:
The Plan provides for the use of tax increments on the properties to be reinvested into their
remediation. These properties are dilapidated and with investment into rehabilitation, the Land
Bank Authority will sell the properties and they will come back onto the tax rolls.


Other Implications:
The affected taxing jurisdictions have been notified of the proposed amendments. The County
Brownfield Redevelopment Authority has reviewed these Plans and recommends approval.

The redevelopment of these properties will enhance the impact on the neighborhoods.


Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN                   TL       TM       JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                 Agenda Item 7a
Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

     RESOLUTION APPROVING THE 2009 AMENDMENT TO THE BROWNFIELD
     REDEVELOPMENT PLAN FOR INGHAM COUNTY LAND BANK AUTHORITY
                    PARCELS IN LANSING CITY ONLY

WHEREAS, on November 13, 2001, pursuant to the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act,
PA 381 of 1996, as amended (“the Act”), the Ingham County Board of Commissioners adopted
Resolution #01-328 creating the Ingham County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the
“ICBRA”), in order to promote the redevelopment of environmentally distressed, functionally
obsolete, and/or blighted areas of the County; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners approved the Brownfield Plan for Redevelopment of
Ingham County Land Bank Fast Track Authority Parcels in Lansing City Only (“the Plan”) on
October 28, 2008 (resolution #08-291) in order to restore environmental and economic viability
of those properties pursuant to the Act; and

WHEREAS, the ICBRA prepared and recommends for the Ingham County Board of
Commissioners’ approval a 2009 amendment to that Plan that includes additional eligible
properties that have come under the control of the Land Bank Authority; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners provided notices to the public and all taxing
jurisdictions affected by the Plan at least twenty days before holding a public hearing, and
provided reasonable opportunities to express views and recommendations about the Plan, in
accordance with Sections 13(10) and 14(1) of the Act; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners has determined the following:

a.     The Amended Plan meets the requirements in Section 13 of the Act;
b.     The proposed method of financing the costs of the eligible activities is feasible;
c.     The costs of eligible activities proposed are reasonable and necessary to carry out the
       purposes of the Act;
d.     The captured taxable value estimated to result from the Plan’s adoption is reasonable;
e.     The Plan, in accordance with the Act, constitutes a public purpose; and

WHEREAS, as a result of its review of the Plan and upon consideration of the views and
recommendations of the City of Lansing, affected taxing jurisdictions and the public, the Ingham
County Board of Commissioners desires to proceed with approval of the Plan.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that pursuant to the authority vested in the Ingham County
Board of Commissioners by the Act, and pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of
Section 14 of the Act, the Plan is hereby approved in the form attached as Exhibit “A” to this
Resolution.
BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that should any section, clause or phrase of this Resolution be
declared by the Courts to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of this Resolution as a
whole nor any part thereof other than the part so declared to be invalid and all resolutions or
parts of resolutions in conflict with any of the provisions of this Resolution are hereby repealed.
                                                                               Agenda Item 7b

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 20, 2009


Agenda Item Title:           Resolution Designating Recovery Zone Bond Allocations


Submitted by:                Economic Development Corporation


Committees:                  LE      , JD      , HS    , CS X     , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This Resolution designates Ingham County’s current allocations of Recovery Zone Economic
Development Bonds and Recovery Zone Facility Bonds to facilitate the economic development
projects, as identified in the attached list.


Financial Implications:
Ingham County has the following bonds available:
$20.8 million Facility Bonds (Private)
$13.8 million Development (Public)

The Economic Development Corporation voted unanimously to recommend distribution as
follows:

a.     $16,190,000 in Facility Bonds to the Accident Fund;
b.     $ 4,692,000 in Facility Bonds to Eastwood Phase II;
c.     $ 9,000,000 in Development Bonds to Eastwood Phase II; and
d.     $ 4,855,000 in Development Bonds reserved for the Ingham County 911 Center


Other Implications:
If Ingham County is given additional allocations of Recovery Zone Bonds, then applications
received after November 20, 2009 will be reviewed and ranked in with project applications not
granted allocations by this Resolution, and the Ingham County Board of Commissioners will
issue additional allocations of Recovery Zone Bonds using the ranked project lists created and
amended with this Resolution.


Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN                   TL      TM        JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                              Agenda Item 7b

Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

                           RESOLUTION DESIGNATING
                       RECOVERY ZONE BOND ALLOCATIONS

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners has established the entire Ingham
County as a Recovery Zone (Resolution #09-359) effective October 27, 2009 in order to be able
to issue Recovery Zone economic development and Recovery Zone Facility Bonds to facilitate
Economic Development; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners supported the Ingham County Economic Development
Corporation application process (Resolution #09-381 of November 10, 2009) and encouraged
eligible parties to apply for Ingham County’s allocations of Recovery Zone Bond financing; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Economic Development Corporation accepted project
applications for Recovery Zone Bonds that were submitted by the first due date of November 20,
2009, reviewed those projects based on their response to application questions including
descriptions of the proposed project, its financing, economic impacts, its benefits to the
community, its sustainable or environmentally considerate activities and its impacts on county
tax revenues; and

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Economic Development Corporation has recommended the
attached rank order of applications to be provided Ingham County’s allocations of Recovery
Zone Bonds.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that pursuant to the authority vested in the Ingham County
Board of Commissioners by sections 1400 U-1 through 1400 U-3 of the Internal Revenue Code
of 1986 as amended to issue Recovery Zone Bonds, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners
hereby designates the Ingham County current allocations of Recovery Zone Economic
Development Bonds and Recovery Zone Facility Bonds to facilitate the economic development
projects as recommended by the EDC and identified in the attached list as follows:

a.     $16,190,000 in Facility Bonds to the Accident Fund;
b.     $ 4,692,000 in Facility Bonds to Eastwood Phase II;
c.     $ 9,000,000 in Development Bonds to Eastwood Phase II; and
d.     $ 4,855,000 in Development Bonds reserved for the Ingham County 911 Center.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that if Ingham County is given additional allocations of
Recovery Zone Bonds, then applications received after November 20, 2009 will be reviewed and
ranked in with project applications not granted allocations by this Resolution, and the Ingham
County Board of Commissioners will issue additional allocations of Recovery Zone Bonds using
the ranked project lists created and amended with this Resolution.
                                                                                  Agenda Item 8

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 20, 2009


Agenda Item Title:            Resolution Authorizing an Amendment to the Lease Agreement
                              with Crest View Horse Tack Shop at the Ingham County
                              Fairgrounds

Submitted by:                 Ingham County Fair Board


Committees:                   LE      , JD     , HS     , CS X     , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This Resolution authorizes an amendment to the lease with Edward and Marilyn Taylor, doing
business as Crest View Tack Shop, to extend the term of their lease through December 31, 2011.


Financial Implications:
Rent for the premises is established at $3,000 per year ($250 per month) effective January 1,
2010.


Other Implications:
None.


Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN                   TL       TM        JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                             Agenda Item 8

Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                   INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING AN AMENDMENT TO THE LEASE AGREEMENT
     WITH CREST VIEW HORSE TACK SHOP AT THE INGHAM COUNTY
                         FAIRGROUNDS

WHEREAS, pursuant to a lease agreement dated August 13, 1982, the Ingham County Board of
Commissioners, upon the recommendation of the Fair Board, authorized the construction of a
pole barn structure to be used by a private vendor for the purpose of selling various horse
supplies; and

WHEREAS, the current vendor is Edward and Marilyn Taylor, with a lease beginning April 15,
2004 and ending March 31, 2007; and

WHEREAS, the current vendor has leased the premises on a month to month basis since March
31, 2007; and

WHEREAS, the Fair Manager has negotiated an amendment to the lease extending the term and
setting the rent for the premises be established at $3,000 per year ($250 per month); and

WHEREAS, the Fair Board is recommending that the proposed extension and amendment of the
lease agreement be approved.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
an amendment to the lease with Edward and Marilyn Taylor, doing business as Crest View Tack
Shop, to extend the term of the lease through December 31, 2011.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that rent for the premises is established at $3,000 per year ($250
per month) effective January 1, 2010.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all other terms and conditions in the lease agreement shall
remain unchanged.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, the Board Chairperson and County Clerk are authorized to sign
the amendment to the lease as prepared by the County Attorney.
                                                                               Agenda Item 9

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE     November 20, 2009

Agenda Item Title: Resolution Authorizing the Acceptance of a $1,625.00 Risk Avoidance
                   Program (RAP) Grant Award for a Hawk Island Larceny and Damage
                   Reduction Project from the Michigan Municipal Risk Management
                   Association (MMRMA)

Submitted by:         Ingham County Parks & Recreation Commission


Committees:           LE     , JD    , HS      , CS   X, Finance   X



Summary of Proposed Action:
The Ingham County Parks Department was offered the chance to participate in a grant
opportunity with the Mid-Michigan Risk Management Association. The Association provided
two separate surveillance camera systems to be used in an effort to deter future larceny and
damage to park property. These surveillance cameras record late night incidents in progress and
increase the Parks Department’s ability to prosecute criminals causing damage and possible harm
to patrons and employees. Vandalism at Hawk Island Park has significantly decreased since the
installation of these cameras.


Financial Implications:
These grant funds reimburse Ingham County Parks for one-half the cost of two surveillance
camera systems in the amount of $1,625.00.


Other Implications:
None.


Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN                   TL      TM        JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution.
                                                                                Agenda Item 9

Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

       RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING THE ACCEPTANCE OF A $1,625.00
         RISK AVOIDANCE PROGRAM (RAP) GRANT AWARD FOR A
    HAWK ISLAND LARCENY AND DAMAGE REDUCTION PROJECT FROM
  THE MICHIGAN MUNICIPAL RISK MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATION (MMRMA)

WHEREAS, the Ingham County Parks Department was offered to participate in a grant
opportunity with Michigan Municipal Risk Management Association (MMRMA); and

WHEREAS, the Michigan Municipal Risk Management Association awarded the Ingham
County Parks Department a Risk Avoidance Program (RAP) Grant in the amount of $1,625.00;
and

WHEREAS, the grant funds will reimburse the Ingham County Parks Department for one-half
the cost of two separate surveillance camera systems in an effort to deter future larceny and
damage to park property; and

WHEREAS, these surveillance cameras record late night incidents in progress and increase the
Parks Department’s ability to prosecute criminals causing damage and possible harm to patrons
and employees; and

WHEREAS, vandalism at Hawk Island Park has significantly decreased since the installation of
these cameras; and

WHEREAS, this Resolution was supported by the Ingham County Parks and Recreation
Commission at their November 2009 meeting with the passage of a resolution recommending the
grant funds be accepted by the Board of Commissioners.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes
the acceptance of the grant funds from the Michigan Municipal Risk Management Association in
the amount of $1,625.00 and extends its appreciation for the opportunity to participate in the
Risk Avoidance Program (RAP).
                                                                                  Agenda Item 10

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 24, 2009


Agenda Item Title:            Resolution to Approve Entering into an Agreement with the FD
                              Hayes Electric Company for Data and Voice Wiring Services

Submitted by:                 Management Information Services Department


Committees:                   LE       , JD     , HS      , CS X , Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action:
This Resolution authorizes entering into a three-year contract with the FD Hayes Electric
Company for the purpose of on-going Telecommunications Data and Voice wiring for the
County. FD Hayes will furnish and install new internal and external voice and data wiring on an
as-needed basis.



Financial Implications:
Pricing is based on a fixed hourly rate for labor and fixed rate for materials. The contract with
FD Hayes is for a period of three years with the option to renew for an additional two years.



Other Implications:
The MIS and Purchasing Department sought proposals through an RFP process and has
recommended awarding the agreement to FD Hayes Electric. FD Hayes had the fourth lowest
hourly labor rate, they have significant knowledge of the County’s wiring environment, and have
been the County’s wiring vendor for the past five years. FD Hayes is a local vendor.


Staff Recommendation: MJM X JN                   TL       TM         JC
Staff recommends approval of the resolution. As required by the Board Ethics Policy, the role of
the Board is to accept or reject the recommendation. If the recommendation is rejected, the
committee should state the reason(s) for the rejection and instruct the staff to review the
recommendation.
                                                                                  Agenda Item 10

                                         MEMORANDUM

TO:            County Services and Finance Committees

FROM:          Jim Hudgins, Director of Purchasing

DATE:          November 23, 2009

SUBJECT:       Bid Summary – Data and Voice Wiring

Project Description:
This project involves entering into a 3-year contract with a qualified and experienced vendor for
the purpose of furnishing and installing new internal and external voice and data wiring on an as-
needed basis.

Bid Summary:
Bidders Contacted: 20         Local: 8        Bidders Responding: 12        Local: 3

Firm                              Total Item Cost* Hourly Rate Local
Advanced Networking                          $15.71        $55.00        N – Detroit
Challenger Tech.                     $29.67         $55.00        N – Jackson
Delta Electrical                             $21.79        $60.15        N – Lansing (Clinton)
F.D. Hayes                           $17.93         $58.00        Y – Lansing
GCC Tech.                            $26.69         $65.00        Y – Mason
LVC Tech.                            $45.38         $61.00        N – Auburn Hills
McPhee Electric                      $29.01         $48.80        N – Charlotte
Netarx                               $24.91         $62.00        N – Auburn Hills
PCT Security                         $14.19         $65.00        N – Clinton Twp.
SER                                  $45.01         $65.00        N – Center Line
The DataCom Group                    $19.94         $50.00        Y – Holt
Wiltec Tech.                         $15.31         $65.00        N – Ann Arbor

*Total Item Cost – includes the total cost for individually quoted items such as cables/wire
molding per foot, multi-mode fiber optic cable by the foot, connectors, etc.

Reasons cited by other local firms for not submitting a bid included not specializing in this type
of work and currently working on other projects.

Advertisement:
The bid was advertised in the Lansing State Journal, the New Citizens’ Press, various
construction news services, and posted on the Purchasing Department’s web page.

Recommendation:
Award to F.D. Hayes a 3-year contract with an option to renew for two additional years.

Prevailing Wage:
Contractor is required to comply with the County’s Prevailing Wage Policy.
                                                                                  Agenda Item 10

INGHAM COUNTY
MIS Department                                   Tom Shewchuk, Director
       P.O. Box 319 ! Mason, MI 48854 ! Phone: (517) 676-7373 ! Fax: (517) 676-7396




November 23, 2009


To:           County Services and Finance Committees
Subject:      Telecommunications Data and Voice Wiring RFP


Dear Commissioners,
Recently MIS and the Purchasing department sought proposals from vendors for on-going wiring
services. Our departments carefully reviewed 12 responses and after careful consideration chose
FD Hayes Electric Company. Hourly pricing, company viability and knowledge of the Ingham
County environment were the main factors in the decision making process. FD Hayes had the 4th
lowest hourly labor rate, they have significant knowledge of our environment, and have been our
wiring vendor for the past 5 years. Given these factors we felt FD Hayes would give Ingham
County the best overall value not only for the short-term but also the long-term.

Thank you in advance for your consideration and please feel free to contact me with any
questions or concerns.


Sincerely,


Tom Shewchuk
                                                                               Agenda Item 10

Introduced by the County Services and Finance Committees of the:

                    INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

  RESOLUTION TO APPROVE ENTERING INTO AN AGREEMENT WITH THE FD
   HAYES ELECTRIC COMPANY FOR DATA AND VOICE WIRING SERVICES

WHEREAS, Ingham County has a need for on-going Telecommunications Data and Voice
wiring; and

WHEREAS, Management Information Services (MIS) in conjunction with the Purchasing
Department sought proposals; and

WHEREAS, an Evaluation Committee comprised of the MIS and Purchasing Departments
reviewed the proposals, and after careful consideration and evaluation, the committee is
recommending entering into a contract with the FD Hayes Electric; and

WHEREAS, the pricing is based on a fixed hourly rate for labor and fixed rate for materials; and

WHEREAS, the length of the contract is for a period of three years with the option to renew for
an additional two years.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board of Commissioners authorizes entering into a
three-year contract with the FD Hayes Electric Company for the purpose of on-going
Telecommunications Data and Voice wiring.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Controller/Administrator is authorized to make any
necessary budget adjustments.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Chairperson of the Ingham County Board of
Commissioners and the County Clerk are authorized to sign any contract documents consistent
with this Resolution and approved as to form by the County Attorney.
                                                                                 Agenda Item 11a

RESOLUTION STAFF REVIEW                        DATE November 18, 2009.

Agenda Item Title:            Resolution Approving Various Contracts for the 2010 Budget Year


Submitted by:                 Controller/Administrator’s Office


Committees:                   LE X     JD X     , HS X , CS X, Finance X



Summary of Proposed Action: This resolution will approve the attached list of contracts for
the 2010 budget year. The list consists only of contracts that are included in the 2010 Adopted
Budget. If a contract later exceeds the budgeted amount, a resolution will need to be brought
before the Board of Commissioners approving the increased amount. In addition, a separate
Board resolution will be required if there is a change in employee status or increase in the total
number of employees.


Financial Implications: All listed contracts are included in the 2010 Adopted Budget.


Other Implications: In the past, a limited amount of contract renewals have been included in
the annual appropriations resolution. With the amendment of the county contract approval
process authorized by Resolution #09-095, which reduced the maximum amount allowed for
short form authorizations from $25,000 to $5,000, it was decided to expand this list and have the
Board of Commissioners consider these contracts as a separate resolution. The liaison
committees may decide that there are some contracts included on this list that would better be
considered as separate resolutions. Those contracts will be removed from this resolution before
passage by the Board of Commissioners, and will be brought back before the Board as separate
resolutions at a later date.

This resolution was presented at the previous round of liaison committees, and no action was
taken pending additional information. The attachments have been amended to included begin
and end dates of contracts, origination date (where available) and funding source. The
attachments have also been reformatted as requested.


Staff Recommendation: MJM __ JN               TL          TM X        JC
Staff recommends approval of this resolution.
                                                                                Agenda Item 11a

Introduced by the Finance Committee of the:

                     INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

RESOLUTION APPROVING VARIOUS CONTRACTS FOR THE 2010 BUDGET YEAR

WHEREAS, county policy requires that all contracts over $5,000 be approved by the Board of
Commissioners; and

WHEREAS, numerous contracts are approved by the Board of Commissioners each year, many
of which are routine continuations of existing contracts; and

WHEREAS, funding for these contracts has been included within the 2010 Adopted Budget; and

WHEREAS, the budget also contains anticipated revenues and expenditures from certain grant
programs, which will also require approval of agreements with granting agencies at various times
during the fiscal year.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson is authorized to sign agreements,
contracts, and/or other documents related to grant programs and other county appropriations
which are contained in the adopted budget, as listed in the attached document, subject to review
by the County Attorney as to form and to certification by the Controller/Administrator that: 1)
the total amount of revenues and expenditures and the net obligation to the County is not greater
than what is budgeted; and 2) there is no change in employee status and no additional employees
other than as authorized in the adopted budget.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all grants and funding arrangements with entities whose
fiscal years do not coincide with the County's fiscal year be considered authorized providing that
they have been authorized in part for in the adopted budget, and the remaining portion of the
time period and funds are included in the Controller’s Recommended Budget for the succeeding
fiscal year.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that all contracts over $5,000 that are not included in this
resolution shall be approved by the Board of Commissioners by separate resolution.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners authorizes the
Board Chairperson and the County Clerk to sign any necessary contract documents approved as
to form by the County Attorney.
SUMMARY OF CONTRACTS BY COMMITTEE

                                                                             Proj.         % Increase
Committee           2009 COST                 2010 PROJECTED                 Increase over over 2009

County Services                   $769,644                       $827,365         $57,721         7%

Human Services                   $3,708,125                     $3,700,015        -$8,110         0%

Judiciary                        $2,702,001                     $3,029,143       $327,142        12%

Law Enforcement                   $216,823                       $220,312          $3,489         2%

TOTAL                            $7,396,593                     $7,776,835       $380,242         5%


REVENUE CONTRACTS
                                                                             Proj.         % Increase
DEPARTMENT          2009 COST                 2010 PROJECTED                 Increase over over 2009

County Services                   $124,073                       $121,693         -$2,381        -2%

Human Services                     $27,983                        $38,027         $10,044        36%

Judiciary                       $22,975,079                    $22,972,556        -$2,523         0%

Law Enforcement                  $4,602,831                     $4,506,948       -$95,883        -2%

TOTAL                           $27,729,966                    $27,639,224       -$90,743         0%
      COUNTY SERVICES COMMITTEE
      NOTE: PMA designates contract as a Preventative Maintenance Agreement.
                                                                                                                                                2010           Proj. Increase % Increase        Origination
Line # DEPARTMENT                  CONTRACTOR NAME             REASON FOR CONTRACT (See NOTE)                BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST      PROJECTED      over 2009      over 2009            date       Funding Source
                                                               Annual Agreement with Capital Area Rail
 1    Board of Commissioners       Capital Area Rail Council   Council                                            Jan-10   Dec-10      $2,350         $2,350              $0               0%                 General Fund
                                                               PMA - Licensing and Support Agreement
 2    Clerk                        Tyler Technologies          for Vital Records System                           Oct-10   Sep-11     $17,685        $19,450          $1,765           10%                    General Fund
                                                               Salary + all Benefits Econ Development
 3    Economic Development         MSU Extension               and Brownfield administration by S. Pigg           Dec-09   Nov-10     $82,074        $82,074              $0               0%        Dec-04 General Fund
 4    Economic Development         D. Mitchell                 Services for Business Sustainability               Mar-10   Mar-11     $29,376        $29,376              $0               0%               General Fund
 5    Facilities                   Schindler Elevator          Maintenance & Inspection- GPB                      May-10   May-11      $5,685         $5,969            $284               5%          2004 General Fund
                                                               PMA - Hilliard Bldg Chiller Service
 6    Facilities                   Nelson Trane                Agreement                                          Apr-10   Mar-11      $5,110         $5,366            $256               5%          2004 General Fund

 7    Facilities                   Simplex Grinnell            Test & Inspect Fire Alarm System @ GPB             Jun-10   Jun-11      $6,976         $7,325            $349               5%                 General Fund
                                                               Building alarm monitoring for Hilliard and
 8    Facilities                   Guardian Alarm              courthouse                                         Jan-10   Dec-10     $25,584        $27,133          $1,549               6%          2005 General Fund
                                                               PMA - McQuay Chiller test and inspect and                                                                                                    HSB Operating
 9    Facilities HSB               Nelson Trane                maintain                                           May-10   Apr-11      $9,500         $9,975            $475               5%                    (1)
                                                                                                                                                                                                            HSB Operating
 10   Facilities HSB               Safety Systems              Monitors building entry alarms                     Jun-10   Jun-11     $17,100        $17,955            $855               5%          2004      (1)
                                                               Inspect, maintain and repair 2 rotary screw                                                                                                  HSB Operating
 11   Facilities HSB               Nelson Trane                chillers                                           May-10   Apr-11      $9,267         $9,730            $463               5%          2004      (1)
 12   Facilities- Jail             Schindler Elevator          Elevator maintenance and inspection                Nov-09   Nov-10      $8,977         $9,426            $449               5%          2004 General Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                            VMC Operating
 13   Facilities VMC               Otis Elevator               Elevator Maintenance & Inspection                  Jan-10   Dec-10     $16,271        $17,085            $814               5%          2007      (2)
                                                                                                                                                                                                            VMC Operating
 14   Facilities VMC               Simplex Grinnell            Annual Test & Inspect fire alarm system            Jun-10   Jun-11      $5,733         $6,020            $287               5%          2005      (2)
                                                                                                                                                                                                            VMC Operating
 15   Facilities VMC               Smith's Detection           Inspect and maintain x-ray equipment               Jun-10    Jul-11     $8,640         $8,295           -$346           -4%             2005      (2)
 16   Fair                         D & E Cleaning              Cleaning Community Hall & Office                   Jan-10   Dec-10     $13,000        $10,000         -$3,000          -23%               n/a  Fair Fund
 17   Financial Services           Maximus                     Cost allocation plan                               Jan-10   Dec-10     $10,000        $10,000              $0            0%               n/a General Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Network Fund
 18   MIS                          Leibert                     PMA - 3 yr Uninterrupted power supply              Oct-10   Sep-11      $7,835         $8,619            $784           10%            Oct-07     (3)
                                   Munis OSDBA                 PMA - OSDBA (Operating System
 19   MIS                                                      Database Administrator) contract, database         Jun-10   Jun-11     $15,000        $16,500          $1,500           10%             2004    MIS Fund (4)

                                                               PMA - GUI(Graphical User Interface
 20   MIS                          Munis-GUI Support            Maintenance)                                      Jun-10   Jun-11      $3,300         $4,000           $700            21%             2004  MIS Fund (4)
 21   MIS                          Munis                       PMA - Financial/HR system                          Jun-10   Jun-11    $115,000       $126,500         $11,500           10%             2004  MIS Fund (4)
                                                               PMA - Netware & groupwise licenses-                                                                                                           Network Fund
 22   MIS                          Novell                      county                                             Oct-10   Sep-11     $29,000        $31,900          $2,900           10%                       (3)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Network Fund
 23   MIS                          Numara                      PMA - Track-IT Annual Maintenance                  Jun-10   May-11      $5,286         $5,815            $529           10%            Jun-09     (3)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Network Fund
 24   MIS                          AT&T/IDS                    Video Surveillance Maintenance VMC/GPB             Feb-10   Jan-11     $10,000        $11,500          $1,500           15%                       (3)
                                                                                                                                                                                                             Network Fund
 25   MIS                          VMWare                      PMA - Annual Support                               Feb-10   Jan-11     $10,329        $13,000          $2,671           26%                       (3)
      COUNTY SERVICES COMMITTEE
      NOTE: PMA designates contract as a Preventative Maintenance Agreement.
                                                                                                                                                      2010           Proj. Increase % Increase     Origination
Line # DEPARTMENT                    CONTRACTOR NAME              REASON FOR CONTRACT (See NOTE)                 BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST        PROJECTED      over 2009      over 2009         date       Funding Source

                                                                  PMA - Annual FTR (For The Record)
                                                                  software support for all courts and hardware
 26   MIS                            AVI / FTR                    support for Judge Gidding's court                   Nov-09      Nov-10     $7,000         $7,700            $700           10%        Nov-08 General Fund

                                                                                                                                                                                                                Network Fund
 27   MIS                            ImageSoft                    PMA - Imaging Application Maintenance               Dec-09      Nov-10    $20,000        $22,000          $2,000           10%          2008 (3)/IJIS Fund (5)
 28   MIS-IJIGS                      APS (E-Citation)             PMA - E-Citation Annual Support                     Feb-10      Jan-11     $7,500         $9,000          $1,500           20%        Feb-08 IJIS Fund (5)
 29   MIS-IJIGS                      ACS (Omni)                   PMA - Jury Systems Maintenance                      Sep-10      Aug-11    $11,932        $13,125          $1,193           10%                 IJIS Fund (5)
 30   MIS-IJIGS                      Lexis Nexis                  PMA - Monthly Support                               Sep-10      Aug-11    $16,344        $17,978          $1,634           10%                 IJIS Fund (5)
 31   MIS-IJIGS                      Maximus                      PMA - CourtView 2000                                Jan-10      Dec-10   $130,000       $143,000         $13,000           10%                 IJIS Fund (5)
 32   MIS-IJIGS                      Oracle                       PMA - Database Silver Support                       Feb-10      Feb-11    $10,503        $11,553          $1,050           10%                 IJIS Fund (5)
 33   MIS-IJIGS                      Webtechs                     PMA - Annual Maintenance                            Sep-10      Aug-11    $12,000        $13,200          $1,200           10%                 IJIS Fund (5)

                                                                  PMA - Imaging Support (Split by MIS and                                                                                                      Network Fund
 34   MIS-IJIGS                      Vista Solutions              IJIGS)                                              Aug-10      Aug-11     $6,596         $7,255           $660            10%              (3)/IJIS Fund (5)
 35   MSU Ext                        Michigan State Univ          Salary for Horticulture Educator                    Feb-10      Jan-11    $47,892        $50,392          $2,500            5%        Feb-81 General Fund
 36   Parks                          State of Michigan            Water tests                                         Jan-10      Dec-10    $10,800        $10,800              $0            0%           N/A General Fund
 37   Parks                          Ingham County Sheriff        Seasonal Officer Training                           Jan-10      Dec-10         $0         $6,000          $6,000            0%           N/A General Fund
 38   Potter Park Zoo                Ayles                        Tree Trimming                                       Jan-10      Dec-10    $20,000        $20,000              $0            0%                Zoo Millage
                                                                                                                               TOTALS:     $769,644       $827,365         $57,721            7%

      REVENUE CONTRACTS

                                                                                                                                                      2010           Proj. Increase % Increase     Origination
      DEPARTMENT                     CONTRACTOR NAME              REASON FOR CONTRACT                            BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST        PROJECTED      over 2009      over 2009         date
                                                                  Annual Grant for Remonumentation
 1    Equalization                   State of Michigan            Program                                             Jan-10      Dec-10    $90,000        $85,000         -$5,000           -6%
                                                                  For HR consulting services
 2    Human Resources                Tri-County Office on Aging   Annual renewal since 2006                           Jan-10      Dec-10    $34,073        $36,693          $2,620            8%          2006
                                                                                                                               TOTALS:     $124,073       $121,693         -$2,381           -2%


      Notes on Funding Sources:
      (1) HSB Operating Fund is funded by building tenants. Approximately 17% of this funding comes directly from the General Fund.
      (2) In the VMC fund, non-personnel items are funded 50% by the General Fund and 50% by the City of Lansing.
      (3) The Network Fund is funded by chargebacks to user departments.
      (4) The MIS Fund is funded by chargebacks to user departments.
      (5) The IJIS Fund is funded by chargebacks to user departments.
     HUMAN SERVICES COMMITTEE


                                                                                                                                       2010           Proj. Increase % Increase    Origination     Funding
Line # DEPARTMENT        CONTRACTOR NAME             REASON FOR CONTRACT                        BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST          PROJECTED      over 2009      over 2009        date         Source

                         Capital Area Transportation Annual Renewal of Special Transportation                                                                                                    Transportation
 1   Ingham County       Authority (CATA)            Contract                                        Jan-10      Dec-10   $3,645,925     $3,629,065        -$16,860           0%                    Millage
                                                     Annual Renewal of Contract for Central
 2   Ingham County       Capital Area United Way     Michigan 2-1-1 Services                         Jan-10      Dec-10     $25,000        $33,750           $8,750          35%                 General Fund
 3   Health Department   Volunteers of America       Homeless Day Center                             Oct-09      Sep-10     $30,000        $30,000               $0           0%                 General Fund
                                                     Food Pantry Operation - 1515 W. Holmes
 4   Health Department   Our Savior Lutheran Church Rd                                               Oct-09      Sep-10       $7,200         $7,200              $0           0%                 General Fund
                                                                                                              TOTALS:     $3,708,125     $3,700,015         -$8,110           0%

     REVENUE CONTRACTS

                                                                                                                                2010         Proj. Increase % Increase             Origination
Line # DEPARTMENT        CONTRACTOR NAME             REASON FOR CONTRACT                       BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST PROJECTED over 2009            over 2009                 date
                         Michigan Veterans Trust     Services provided for Ingham County Trust
 1   Veteran Affairs     Fund                        Fund                                            Oct-09    Sep-10    $7,800       $7,800             $0            0%
 2   Veteran Affairs     Clinton County              Services provided to Clinton County             Jan-10    Dec-10   $20,183      $30,227        $10,044           50%
                                                                                                            TOTALS:     $27,983      $38,027        $10,044           36%
      JUDICIARY COMMITTEE

                                                                                                                                  2010          Proj. Increase % Increase              Origination      Funding
Line # DEPARTMENT         CONTRACTOR NAME            REASON FOR CONTRACT                         BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST PROJECTED over 2009              over 2009                 date          Source
                                                     Technology support for the Courtrooms
  1   Circuit Court       TEL/Thalner                (excluding Courtrooms 1 and 2)                    Jan-10  Dec-10     $20,000       $23,000          $3,000           15%                Jan-01 General Fund
                          MSU Psychology             Diversion program - Reduces days/cost for                                                                                                      50% GF/50%
  2   Family Court        Department                 out of home care.                                 Oct-09  Sep-10    $168,361      $163,449         -$4,912           -3%                        State of MI
                          Peckham Inc., Footprints   Short term female residential. NOTE: JJM                                                                                                       50% JJM/50%
  3   Family Court        Group Home                 Fund.                                             Oct-09  Sep-10    $447,319      $433,679        -$13,640           -3%                        State of MI
                                                     Female transition from long term treatment                                                                                                     50% JJM/50%
  4   Family Court        Clarinda Group Home        NOTE: JJM Fund.                                   Oct-09  Sep-10    $527,796      $511,962        -$15,834           -3%                        State of MI
                                                     Educational and vocational program for                                                                                                         50% GF/50%
  5   Family Court        Peckham, Crossroads        delinquent youth.                                 Oct-09  Sep-10    $319,542      $306,772        -$12,770           -4%                        State of MI
                                                     Day Treatment Program - transportation                                                                                                         50% JJM/50%
  6   Family Court        Highfields                 and behavioral specialists.                       Oct-09  Sep-10    $432,625      $585,850       $153,225            35%                        State of MI
                          Ingham Intermediate School Day Treatment Program - teachers & para-                                                                                                       50% JJM/50%
  7   Family Court        District                   professionals.                                    Oct-09  Sep-10    $404,156      $481,031         $76,875           19%                        State of MI
                                                     Evening Reporting Program - transportation
                                                     and behavioral specialists. Further program
                                                     expansions for FY 2010 with an increase in
                                                     the number of students from 20 to 30 per                                                                                                         50% JJM/50%
  8   Family Court        Highfields                 night.                                            Oct-09  Sep-10    $185,084      $312,650       $127,566            69%                          State of MI

                                                       Guardian-At-Litem contracts to represent
                                                       children in abuse and neglect hearings. 3
                                                       full contracts and 1 contract @ 75% of a full
                                                       contract, the total of which not to exceed
                                                       $200,000. Mileage is an additional charge
                          Four Attorneys:              which is not included amounts showing on
                          Annette Skinner, Jennipher this document. These contracts are paid
                          Martinez, Antoinette Frahzo, from the same account that individual
  9   Family Court        Robin Eagelson               attorney payments are paid.                           Jan-10       Dec-10     $186,750         $200,000    $13,250        7%                   General Fund
                                                                                                                                 Residential    Range from
                                                                                                                                 $174 ; Sex Off $170 to                                               50% JJM/50%
 10   Family Court        Lakeside                     Residential placements                                 Jul-10      Jun-11 $199/day       $210/day             $11         6%          Jul-09    State of MI

                                                                                                                                 Residential   Range from
                                                                                                                                 $135/day; Sex $140 to                                              50% JJM/50%
 11   Family Court        Woodward                     Residential placements                                 Jul-10      Jun-11 Off $195/day $200/day                $5         3%          Jul-09  State of MI
                                                                                                                                                                                                    50% JJM/50%
 12   Family Court        Abraxas                      Residential placements                                 Jul-10      Jun-11 $395/day        $400/day             $5         1%          Jul-09  State of MI
                                                       Cooperative Reimbursement Program                                                                                                            34% GF/66%
 13   FOC                 Maximus                      billing/consulting                                    Oct-09       Sep-10       $10,368         $10,750      $382         4%                  CRP Reimb
                                                                                                                       TOTALS:      $2,702,001      $3,029,143   $327,142       12%

      REVENUE CONTRACTS

                                                                                                                                         2010           Proj. Increase % Increase      Origination
Line # DEPARTMENT         CONTRACTOR NAME              REASON FOR CONTRACT                             BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST PROJECTED over 2009               over 2009          date
   1   Family Court       State of Michigan            Annual Child Care Agreement                           Oct-10  Sep-11 $18,067,341     $17,817,222      -$250,119           -1%
   2   FOC                State of Michigan            Cooperative Reimbursement Program                     Oct-10  Sep-11   $4,860,049     $5,107,645       $247,596            5%
                          Cooley Law School, Detroit
                          College of Law, Michigan
  3   Work Study          State University             Annual Work Study Grants                           Continuing Continuing        $47,689         $47,689         $0        0%
                                                                                                                    TOTALS:        $22,975,079     $22,972,556    -$2,523        0%
      LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMITTEE

                                                                                                                                              2010           Proj. Increase % Increase     Origination      Funding
Line # DEPARTMENT             CONTRACTOR NAME               REASON FOR CONTRACT                        BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST          PROJECTED      over 2009      over 2009         date          Source
 1    Animal Control          MSU                           Shelter Veterinarian                            Jun-10      Jun-11     $10,823         $10,823              $0           0%         Jun-06 General Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                         $31,089
                                                            Provides CCAB Manager with assistance                                                                                                       GF/$12,500
 2    Community Corrections   Westaff                       essential to daily operations                   Jan-10      Dec-10     $55,606         $43,589        -$12,017          -22%                State of MI
 3    Prosecuting Attorney    Westlaw                       Law Books                                       Jan-10      Dec-10     $25,500         $25,500              $0            0%        Dec-07 General Fund
 4    Prosecuting Attorney    Lexis                         Law Books                                       Jan-10      Dec-10     $10,500          $5,000         -$5,500          -52%               General Fund
 5    Prosecuting Attorney    PAAM                          PAAM Interns (2)                                Jan-10      Dec-10     $10,800         $10,800              $0            0%               General Fund
                                                                                                                                                                                                       34% GF/66%
 6    Prosecuting Attorney    Maximus, James Olson          Application and Billings for 2010               Oct-09      Sep-10          $0          $6,000          $6,000           0%         Oct-09 CRP Reimb
                              Communication                 911 Vendor, Radio Repair - Warranty
 7    Sheriff                 Services/Jeff Broughton       Expired                                         Jan-10      Dec-10     $42,600         $42,600              $0           0%            2006   General Fund
 8    Sheriff                 Lansing-Mason Ambulance       Inmate Ambulance Service                        Jan-10      Dec-10     $22,500         $22,500              $0           0%         Jan-08    General Fund
 9    Sheriff                 I.D. Networks                 Software in Jail - Main/Live Scan               Jun-10      Jun-11      $7,000          $7,000              $0           0%         Jun-02    General Fund
 10   Sheriff                 Prisoner Transport Services   Inmate Extraditions                             Jan-10      Dec-10     $25,000         $40,000         $15,000          60%      Continuing   General Fund
 11   Sheriff                 Maurers                       Kitchen Uniforms                                Jan-10      Dec-10      $6,494          $6,500              $6           0%      Continuing   General Fund
                                                                                                                     TOTALS:      $216,823        $220,312          $3,489           2%

      REVENUE CONTRACTS

                                                                                                                                              2010           Proj. Increase % Increase     Origination
Line # DEPARTMENT             CONTRACTOR NAME               REASON FOR CONTRACT                        BEGIN DATE END DATE 2009 COST          PROJECTED      over 2009      over 2009         date
 1    Prosecuting Attorney    State of Michigan             Cooperative Reimbursement Program               Oct-09      Sep-10    $967,747        $986,165         $18,418           2%
 2    Prosecuting Attorney    State of Michigan             Annual Grant for Victim/Witness Program         Oct-09      Sep-10    $225,000        $225,000              $0           0%
 3    Prosecuting Attorney    State of Michigan             Domestic Violence Prevention Program            Oct-09      Sep-10     $53,890         $53,890              $0           0%
 4    Prosecuting Attorney    State of Michigan             Anti-Drug Abuse Program                         Oct-09      Sep-10    $203,808        $165,948        -$37,860          -19%
                                                            Juvenile Accountability Incentive Block
 5    Prosecuting Attorney    State of Michigan             Grant                                           Oct-09      Sep-10     $13,500         $15,990          $2,490          18%
 6    Sheriff                 State of Michigan             Annual Grant for Secondary Road Patrol          Oct-09      Sep-10    $320,328        $248,002        -$72,326          -23%
 7    Sheriff                 State of Michigan             Annual Grant for Marine Safety Programs         Oct-09      Sep-10     $10,000          $6,327         -$3,673          -37%

 8    Sheriff                 State of Michigan             Annual Grant for Emergency Management           Oct-09      Sep-10     $37,221         $37,221              $0           0%
                              Michigan Department of
 9    Sheriff                 Corrections                   Annual Renewal of Contract for Jail beds        Oct-09      Sep-10   $2,496,600     $2,496,600              $0           0%
                              Tri-County Metro Narcotics    Annual Grant for Drug Assets Forfeiture
 10   Ingham County           Squad                         Program                                         Oct-09      Sep-10    $274,737       $271,805          -$2,932           -1%
                                                                                                                     TOTALS:     $4,602,831     $4,506,948        -$95,883           -2%
                                                                               Agenda Item 11b

MEMORANDUM

November 18, 2009

TO:           Finance Committee

FROM:          Teri Morton, Budget Director

RE:           Fourth Quarter 2009 Budget Adjustments, Year End Adjustment and Contingency
              Fund Update

Enclosed please find the recommended adjustments to the Ingham County Budget for the fourth
quarter of 2009. The quarterly budget amendment process as authorized by the Board of
Commissioners is necessary to make adjustments to the adopted budget. Adjustments are made
for a variety of reasons, such as updated revenue and expenditure projections, increased grant
revenues, reappropriations, accounting and contractual changes, and general housekeeping
issues.

The only adjustment being made at this time is the reversal of the General Fund transfer of
$500,000 to the Budget Stabilization Fund as authorized by Resolution #09-226. Due to the
current projected 2009 General Fund shortfall of somewhere around $3 million, this transfer is
no longer advisable at this time. Even without this transfer, Ingham County’s Budget
Stabilization Fund will be within its goal of 13 to 15% of the average of the last five year’s
General Fund Budgets. After the reversal of the transfer, the Budget Stabilization Fund will be
at 13.4% of this average.

This resolution also authorizes the County Controller/Administrator, as part of the year end
budgeting process, to make any necessary transfers among all budgeted funds, activities, and line
items in order to comply with Public Act 621 (Uniform Budgeting & Accounting Act), and to
balance the 2009 Budget. The General Fund Budget will be adjusted to the amount of
$82,118,486 for the fourth quarter of 2009.

Also, included is an update of Contingency Fund spending so far this year. The current
contingency amount is $245,479. The attached document details how the Board has allocated
the Contingency Funds throughout the year, beginning with a balance of $583,495.

Should you have any questions or require any additional information, please don’t hesitate to
contact me.
                                                                               Agenda Item 11b

Introduced by the Finance Committee of the:

                     INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

 RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ADJUSTMENTS TO THE 2009 INGHAM COUNTY
 BUDGET AND AUTHORIZING THE CONTROLLER/ADMINISTRATOR TO MAKE
                 YEAR END BUDGET ADJUSTMENTS

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners adopted the 2009 Budget on October 28, 2008 and has
authorized certain amendments since that time, and it is now necessary to make some
adjustments as a result of updated revenue and expenditure projections, fund transfers,
reappropriations, accounting and contractual changes, errors and omissions, and additional
appropriation needs; and

WHEREAS, the Liaison Committees and the Finance Committee have reviewed the proposed
budget adjustments prepared by the Controller/Administrator’s staff and have made adjustments
where necessary; and

WHEREAS, Public Act 621 of 1978 requires that local units of government maintain a balanced
budget and periodically adjust the budget to reflect revised revenue and expenditure levels; and

WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners annually authorizes the Controller/Administrator to
make the necessary year end transfers to comply with State Statute.

THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Ingham County Board of Commissioners hereby
directs the Controller/Administrator to make the necessary transfers to adjust revenues and
expenditures in the following funds, according to the attached schedules:

                                        2009 BUDGET           PROPOSED           PROPOSED
FUND       DESCRIPTION                        11/15/09         CHANGES             BUDGET

101        General Fund                     $82,618,486         ($500,000)       $82,118,486
257        Budget Stabilization                       0                  0                 0

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Controller/Administrator is authorized to make
necessary transfers among all budgeted funds, activities, and line items in order to comply with
the State Statute and to balance the 2009 Ingham County General Fund budget at $82,118,486.
GENERAL FUND REVENUES

                                      2009 Budget –   Proposed    2009 Proposed
                                           11/15/09    Changes           Budget
Tax Revenues
County Property Tax                      47,947,802                  47,947,802
Property Tax Adjustments                  (100,000)                   (100,000)
Delinquent Real Property Tax                50,000                       50,000
Unpaid Personal Property Tax                25,000                       25,000
Industrial Facility Tax                    475,000                     475,000
Trailer Fee Tax                             15,000                       15,000
Intergovernmental Transfers
Transfer from Rev. Sh. Res. Fund          5,927,744                   5,927,744
Convention/Tourism Tax - Liquor           1,699,280                   1,699,280
Health and Safety Fund                      89,564                       89,564
Use of Fund Balance                       1,851,701   (500,000)       1,351,701
Department Generated Revenue
Animal Control                             659,542                     659,542
Circuit Court - Family Division            815,321                     815,321
Circuit Court - Friend of the Court        519,362                     519,362
Circuit Crt - General Trial               2,264,627                   2,264,627
Cooperative Extension                      114,518                     114,518
County Clerk                               590,800                     590,800
District Court                            2,804,892                   2,804,892
Drain Commissioner/Drain Tax               160,000                     160,000
Economic Development                        64,942                       64,942
Elections                                   36,650                       36,650
Emergency Operations                       264,142                     264,142
Equalization /Tax Mapping                   30,800                       30,800
Facilities                                 147,453                     147,453
Human Resources                             34,073                       34,073
Probate Court                              302,178                     302,178
Prosecuting Attorney                       901,099                     901,099
Register of Deeds                         1,576,376                   1,576,376
Remonumentation Grant                      103,009                     103,009
Sheriff                                   5,734,505                   5,734,505
Treasurer                                 7,094,789                   7,094,789
Tri-County Regional Planning                61,740                       61,740
Veteran Affairs                            356,577                     356,577
Total General Fund Revenues              82,618,486   (500,000)      82,118,486

                            GENERAL FUND EXPENDITURES

                                      2009 Budget –   Proposed    2009 Proposed
                                           11/15/09    Changes           Budget
Board of Commissioners                     610,262                     610,262
Circuit Court - General Trial             7,741,757                   7,741,757
District Court                            2,595,121                   2,595,121
Circuit Court - Friend of the Court       1,359,747                   1,359,747
Jury Board                                    1,757                       1,757
Probate Court                             1,473,557                   1,473,557
Circuit Court - Family Division           6,503,604                   6,503,604
Jury Selection                              71,032                       71,032
Elections                                  268,108                     268,108
Financial Services                         708,543                     708,543
County Attorney                            418,856                     418,856
County Clerk                               772,524                     772,524
Controller                                 871,026                     871,026
Equalization/Tax Services                  705,735                     705,735
Human Resources                  610,432      610,432
Prosecuting Attorney            6,313,385    6,313,385
Purchasing                       262,640      262,640
Facilities                      1,885,658    1,885,658
Register of Deeds                622,767      622,767
Remonumentation Grant            103,009      103,009
Treasurer                        704,587      704,587
Drain Commissioner               936,692      936,692
Economic Development             152,879      152,879
Community Agencies               202,265      202,265
Equal Opportunity Committee          500          500
Women’s Commission                   500          500
Environmental Affairs Comm           108          108
AC Shelter Advisory Board            500          500
FOC Advisory Committee             3,642        3,642
Historical Commission                500          500
Tri-County Regional Planning     102,900      102,900
Jail Maintenance                 321,847      321,847
Sheriff                        19,582,349   19,582,349
Community Corrections            134,481      134,481
Animal Control                  1,452,313    1,452,313
Emergency Operations             391,471      391,471
Board of Public Works                440          440
Drain Tax at Large               325,000      325,000
Health Department              12,116,171   12,116,171
Medical Examiner                 402,928      402,928
Substance Abuse                  853,875      853,875
Community Mental Health         2,089,722    2,089,722
 Department of Human Services                 1,523,488                              1,523,488
 Tri-County Aging                                80,237                                     80,237
 Veterans Affairs                              450,936                                 450,936
 Cooperative Extension                         821,549                                 821,549
 Parks and Recreation                         1,994,145                              1,994,145
 Contingency Reserves                          245,479                                 245,479
 2-1-1 Project                                   25,000                                     25,000
 Strengthening Communities Grant                 17,000                                     17,000
 Transfer to Budget Stabilization              500,000            (500,000)                     0
 Capital Improvements                         3,285,462                              3,285,462
 Total General Fund                         82,618,486                              82,118,486
 Expenditures


General Fund Revenue Adjustments

Use of Fund Balance          Due to projected General Fund shortfall, reverse $500,000 use of
                             fund balance for transfer to Budget Stabilization Fund authorized
                             by Resolution 09-226.

General Fund Expenditure Adjustments

Tsf to Bud. Stabilization    Due to projected General Fund shortfall, reverse $500,000 transfer
                             to Budget Stabilization Fund authorized by Resolution 09-226.

Non-General Fund Adjustments

Budget Stabilization         Due to projected General Fund shortfall, reverse transfer in
(F257)                       from General Fund authorized by Resolution 09-226.
2009 CONTINGENCY

Adopted Contingency Amount                       $583,495
R09-024: Inmate Telephones                       (156,000)
R09-117: Telecommunications Expense Management    (48,000)
R09-118: LEAP Membership                          (35,000)
R09-121: 1st Quarter Adjustment                    (6,141)
R09-214: FOC/Family Support Imaging               (40,551)
R09-227: 2nd Quarter Adjustment                   (12,849)
R09-240: Strengthening Communities Local Match    (17,000)
R09-333: Rayner Park Appraisal                     (3,975)
R09-355: Digital Aerial Imagery                   (15,000)
R09-356: Review of Potential Savings               (3,500)
Current Contingency Amount                       $245,479
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11/12/2009     -

Ms. Becky Bennett
Board Coordinate
Ingham County Board of Commissioners
PO Box 319
Mason, MI 48854


                                                  City of Lansing
                                             Notice of Public Hearing


The Lansing City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, November 23, 2009 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council
Chambers, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, MI, for the purpose stated below:

To afford an opportunity for all residents, taxpayers of the City of Lansing, other interested persons and ad valorem taxing
units to appear and be heard on the approval of Brownfield Plan #46 Sonic Restaurant - former Governor's Inn Brownfield
Project, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act 381
of 1996, as amended, for property located at 1000 Ramada Drive in Lansing, Michigan, but more particularly described as:

        LOT 1 ABOOD-RAMADA SUB


Approval of this Brownfield Plan will enable the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority to capture incremental tax
increases which result from the redevelopment of the property to pay for costs associated therewith. Further information
regarding this issue may be obtained from Mr. Ken Szymusiak, Economic Development Corporation of the City of Lansing,
401 S. Washington Square, Suite 100, Lansing, MI 48933, (517) 485-5412.
                                                                AGENDA ITEM #




                              DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP


                                  NOTICE OF HEARING


      APPLICATION FOR INDUSTRIAL FACILITIES EXEMPTION CERTIFICATE
                                   BY FIBERTEC, INC.
  TO THE DELHI TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR AND THE LEGISLATIVE BODY OF EACH
    TAXING UNIT THAT LEVIES AD VALOREM PROPERTY TAXES WITHIN THE
                                       TOWNSHIP:


                                     FIBERTEC, INC.
                             DELHI TOWNSHIP ASSESSOR
                                          CATA
                          CAPITAL AREA DISTRICT LIBRARY
                         CAPITAL CITY AIRPORT AUTHORITY
                             HOLT BOARD OF EDUCATION
                   INGHAM COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS
                      INGHAM INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL BOARD
              LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES
                               STATE TAX COMMISSION


       PLEASE TAKE NOTICE, that on November 9, 2009, Delhi Charter Township
received an Application for Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate from Fibertec, Inc.
A copy of the Application without exhibits       and   appendices   is attached for your
information and review. A complete copy of the Application and attachments may be
obtained upon request from the Delhi Township Community Development Department
by calling 517-694-8281 or by e-mail at: tracy.miller@delhitownship.com.


       PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE, that the Township Board of Delhi Charter
Township shall afford an opportunity for hearing on the referenced Application on the
15th day of December, 2009, at 8:00 p.m., held at the Community Services Center, 2074
Aurelius Road, Holt, Michigan, in the Charter Township of Delhi, Ingham County.



                                                        Evan Hope, Township Clerk




        RECEWED
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   Michigan Department of Treasury
   1012 (Rev. 5-07)                                                                                                                               \r\\ I G E
   Application for Industrial Facilities Tax Exemption Certificate![ ]
   Issued under authority of Public Act 198 of 1974, as amended. Filing is mandatory.
                                                                                                                                                  :-i   L.1.      NOV -9
   INSTRUCTIONS: File the original and two copies of this form and the required attachments (three complete Lets) with the clerk of the
   local government unit. The State Tax Commission (STC) requires two complete sets (one original ancfjone cgwhiQuS'&QPS^M^W&rt               4pi                                                         I
   by the clerk. If you have any questions regarding the completion of this form or would like to request aiji informationa!>.acker,T^Hlli(517)
   373-3272.                                                                    .

                                                                To be completed by Clerk of Local Government Unit                                                                .
   Signature of Clerk                                                                                ► Date received by Local Unit


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                                             --'                                             STC Use Only
    ► Application Number                                                                            ► Date Received by STC



  APPLICANT INFORMATION
  All boxes must be completed.
      1a. Company Name (Applicant must be the occupant/operator of the facility)                    ► 1b. Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) Code - Sec. 2(10) (4 or S Digit Code)
      Fibertec. Inc.                                                                                  8734
   ► 1c. Facility Address (City, State, ZIP Code) (real and/or personal property location)          ► 1d. City/Township/Village (indicate which)               1e. County

      1914 Holloway Dr., Holt, Ml 48842                                                               Delhi Township                                           Ingham
   ► 2. Type of Approval Requested                                                                    3a. School District where facility is located        ► 3b. School Code
     [X] New (Sec. 2(4))                                    [ 1 Transfer (1 copy only)                Holt                                                     33070
          Speculative Building (Sec. 3(8))                  F I Rehabilitation (Sec. 3(1))        4. Amount of years requested for exemption (1-12 Years)

          Research and Development (Sec. 2(9))                                                        12
  5. Per section 5, the application shall contain or be accompanied by a general description of the facility and a general description of the proposed use of the facility, the general
  nature and extent of the restoration, replacement, or construction to be undertaken, a descriptive list of the equipment that will be part of the facility Attach additional paqe(s) if
  more room is needed.


    Fibertec's 17,000 square foot facility located in Delhi Township houses an environmental testing laboratory and is the
  company's corporate headquarters. This application is for the installation of $300,000 in new testing and computer
  equipment for Fibertec's environmental testing laboratory. See attached document for list of equipment.


  6a. Cost of land and building improvements (excluding cost of land)
         * Attach list of improvements and associated costs.                                                                                      Real Property Costs
         * Also attach a copy of building permit if project has already begun.
  6b. Cost of machinery, equipment, furniture and fixtures                                                                                    ►    $300,000.00
         * Attach itemized listing with month, day and year of beginning of installation, plus total                                              Personal Property Costs

  6c. Total Project Costs                                                                                                                     ►   $300,000.00
  * Round Costs to Nearest Dollar                                                                                                                 Total of Real & Personal Costs

 /, Indicate the time schedule for start and finish of construction and equipment installation. Projects must be completed within a two year period of the effective date of the
 certificate unless otherwise approved by the STC.

                                                      Begin Date (M/D/Y)                         End Date (M/D/Y)

   Real Property Improvements                  >                                                                                 ► QJ Owned Q Leased
                                                                11/9/09                               11/8/11
   Personal Property Improvements              ►                                                                                 ► [X] Owned Q Leased

 ► 8. Are State Education Taxes reduced or abated by the Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC)? If yes, applicant must attach a signed MEDC Letter of
Commitment to receive this exemption.               Yes         fX| No

   9. No. of existing jobs at this facility that will be retained as a result of this project       10. No. of new jobs at this facility expected to create within 2 years, of completion.
   42
11. Rehabilitation applications only: Complete a, b and c of this section. You must attach the assessors statement of SEV for the entire plant rehabilitation district and
obsolescence statement for property. The Taxable Value (TV) data below must be as of December 31 of the year prior to the rehabilitation.

  a. TV of Real Property (excluding land)

  b. TV of Personal Property (excluding inventory)                                     . .   .
  c. Total TV

► 12a. Check the type of District the facility is located in:

                |X| Industrial Development District                     |~~| Plant Rehabilitation District
► 12b. Date district was established by local government unit (contact local unit)                 12c. Is this application for a speculative building (Sec. 3(8))?

6/19/01                                                                                                  Q Yes           [X] No
   1012, Page 2



   APPLICANT CERTIFICATION - complete all boxes.
  The undersigned, authorized officer of the company making this application certifies that, to the best of his/her knowledge, no information contained
  herein or in the attachments hereto is false in any way and that all are truly descriptive of the industrial property for which this application is being
  submitted.


  It is further certified that the undersigned is familiar with the provisions of P.A. 198 of 1974, as amended, being Sections 207.551 to 207.572, inclusive, of
  the Michigan Compiled Laws; and to the best of his/her knowledge and belief, (s)he has complied or will be able to comply with all of the requirements
  thereof which are prerequisite to the approval of the application by the local unit of government and the issuance of an Industrial Facilities Exemption
  Certificate by the State Tax Commission.
   13a. Preparer Name                          13b. Telephone Number                      13c. Fax Number                            13d E-mail Address

   Keleigh Halmich                              (517)699-0345                             (517)268-6601                               khalmich@fibertec.us
   14a. Name of Contact Person                 14b, Telephone Number                      14c. Fax Number                           14d E-mail Address

   Keleigh Halmich                              (517)699-0345                              (517)268-6601                              khalmich@fibertec.us
    ► 15a. Name of Cc ■npany Officer (No Authorized Agents)
   Matthew Frism
  15b. Signatu                                Ihorized Agents)                            15c. Fax Number                           15d. Date

                                                                                          (517)699-0382                                    It III01
   ► 15e. Mailing Ack ess (Street,1                                                       15f. Telephone Number                     15g. E-mail Address

   1914 Hollow. iy Dr., Holt,                                                             (517)699-0345                               mfrisch@fibertec.us

  LOCAL GOVERNMENT ACTION & CERTIFICATION - complete all boxes.
 This section must be completed by the clerk of the local governing unit before submitting application to. the State Tax Commission. Check items on file
 at the Local Unit and those included with the submittal.


   ► 16. Action taken by local government unit.                                          16b. The State Tax Commission Requires the following documents be filed for an
                                                                                         administratively complete application:
     jr^r                             IO
     p^J Abatement Approved for       j .£_-. Yrs Real (1-12),         -rsPers(1-12)       Check or Indicate N/A if Not Applicable

             After Completion J^Yes Dno                                                         1. Original Application plus attachments, and one complete copy
                                                                                                2. Resolution establishing district
    I   I Denied (Include Resolution Denying)                                                   3. Resolution approving/denying application.
                                                                                                4. Letter of Agreement (Signed by local unit and applicant)
  16a. Documents Required to be on file with the Local Unit
    Check or Indicate N/A if Not Applicable                                                     5. Affidavit of Fees (Signed by local unit and applicant)

          1. Notice to the public prior to hearing establishing a district.                     6. Building Permit for real improvements if project has already begun

         2. Notice to taxing authorities of opportunity for a hearing.                          7. Equipment List with dates of beginning of installation

         3. List of taxing authorities notified for district and application action.            8. Form 3222 (if applicable)

         4. Lease Agreement showing applicants tax liability.                                   9. Speculative building resolution and affidavits (if applicable)

 16c. LUCICode                                                                          16d. School Code



 17. Name of Local Governn                                                               ► 18. Date of Resolution Approving/Denying (his Application



 Attached hereto is an original and one copy of the application and all documents listed in 16b, I also certify that all documents listed in 16a are
 on file at the local unit for inspection at any time.

 19a. Signature of Clerk                                      19b. Name of Clerk                                    19c. E-mail Address



 19d. Clerk's Mailing Address (Street, City, State ZIP Code)
                                                  ^ii




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    . Telephone Number                                                                    f. Fax Numbe




State Tax Commission Rule Number 57: Complete applications approved by the local unit and received by the State Tax Commission by October 31
each year will be acted upon by December 31. Applications received after October 31 may be acted upon in the following year.

Local Unit: Mail one original and one copy of the completed application and all required attachments to:
State Tax Commission
Michigan Department of Treasury
P.O. Box 30471
Lansing, Ml 48909-7971

(For guaranteed receipt by the STC, it is recommended that applications are sent by certified mail.)



                                                                             STC USE ONLY
 ► LUCI Code                          Begin Dale Real                     Begin Date Personal               End Date Real                 ► End Date Personal

				
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