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					                                      AGENDA
                                CHELSEA CITY COUNCIL
                                   Tuesday, June 28,2011
                                         7:00 pm.
                             Washington Street Education Center
                                   500 Washington Street
                                 Chelsea, Michigan 481 18
Call to Order

Pledge of Allegiance

Approval of Consent Agenda
      1. Meeting minutes     of the June 14, 2011 regular meeting
      2. Approval of Bills

Approval of Regular Agenda

Public Gomments
     1.   2-Year Renewable Energy Plan and Energy Optimization Plan
    2.    Chelsea Backyard Chickens

Presentations
1. WATS Presentation
Council Business
             1. Year end Budget Amendments
             2. \ A¡I/RA Assessment
             3. OPEB committee Update
             4. Power Purchase Agreement - AMP Fremont Project
             5. Repoft for Special Assessment District - Fainruays Lane
             6, Ordinance No.166-2011-05 Rezoning of Parcels
             7. CACA Board Appointment of Christine Linfield
             L    Approval of DDA Bylaws
             9. West Washtenaw Interlocal   Agreement
             10.2011 MDOT M52 Storm Sewer Lining
             11. Waive Noise Ordinance for the 2011 l\ti52 Crackfill Project

Staff Reports
      1. City Manager
      2.   Police Report
Gouncil Reports
Adjournment

Closed Session
    1.    City Manager Evaluation

Teresa Royal, City Clerk      305 S. Main Street, Suite   100   Chelsea,   Ml   48118 (734-475-1771)
                                  Draft Minutes of the
                                  CITY OF CHELSEA
                              REGULAR COL]NCIL MEETING
                                    Tuesday, June 14, 201   1

                              Washingfon Street Education Center


Call to Order
Present:                Council Members Present: Mayor Lindauer, Feeney, Hatnmer, Martinez-
                        KraTz, Anderson, Holmbelg, City Manager Hanifan, and Clerk Royal
Absent:                 Albertson

Others Present:     Dustin Krasny, Christine Linfield, Eric Keaton, Ramona Keaton, Matt
                       Jordan, Jim Drolett, Kim Garland, Nancy Anderson

Mayor Lindauer called the rneeting to order at 7:00 pm

Pledee of Allegiance

Approval Of Consent Agenda
 1.   Meeting Minutes of the regular meeting of May 24,2071
 2.   Approval of Bills
 3.   Temporary Traffic Control Orders

 MOVED Hammer SECONDED Holmberg to approve minutes, bills and traffic control orders          as
 presented. All Ayes. Motion Caried.

Approval of Regular Agenda
tf¡OVBO Holmberg SECONDED Anderson to approve the regular agenda        as presented.   All
Ayes. Motion Carried.

Public C omments
Dustin Krasny frorn Tim Walburg's office informed Council and residents of the next l'own
Hall/Coffee Hour that Mr. Walburg will have in Chelsea is Saturday June 25 at the Gorumet
Chocolate Cafe,312 N Main St at 9 am.

Council Business
1. Lincoln/Congdon Stormwater Repair Bids
Seven bids wele received on June 6,2011 for the 201 I Stonn Sewer Improvements ploject. The
storm sewer lepairs will only take a few days to complete and will be finished by July 15,2011.
The proposed scope of wolk:
                                       Congdon Street:

Reconstruct approximately 250 ft of old 8" clay sewer that has numerous tree root obstructions
a¡d offset joints. These obstructions prevent the stotm sewer from operating at maximum
capacity. The work will start at the south side of the W. Summit Street intersection and extend
northward on Congdon St. (This sewer receives runoff from the Pahner display lot which is now
leased by the DDA.)
                                        Lincoln Street:

City Council Minutes
May 24,2011
Reconstructthe catchbasin on the southwest comer of the Taylor Street intersection and connect
basin to the existing stotm sewer on the north side of Lincoln Street.


The thlee lowest bids received:
                   1. Bailey Sand & Gravel Co         $43,269.00
                   2.   Fonson, Inc.                 $47.61 r.s0
                   3. Blue Ribbon Contracting         $52,898.50


Staff respectfully requests that the City Courcil award the project to Bailey Sand   & Gravel in the
"not-to-exceed" amount of $43,269.00 and amend the budget as needed.
Staff also lespectfully requests that the city council set aside an additional l0% ($4,326) to be
used in the event unforeseen conditions arise that need to be addlessed.


MOVED Holmberg SECONDED Hammer to award the 2011 Stonn Sewer Improvements project
to Bailey Sand& Glavel Co., in the "not to exceed" amount of $43,269 and amend the budget as
needed. All Ayes. Motion Canied.

MOVED Holmberg SECONDED Hammer to set aside a l0o/o contingency (54,326) to be used
for the project in the event unforeseen conditions arise that need to be addressed. All Ayes.
Motion Canied.

2. Set City Manager Evaluation
MOVED Martinez-Kratz SECONDED Feeney to set the City Manager's annual evaluation for
Tuesday, June 28, 2011 regular council meeting. All Ayes. Motion Caried

3. Rezoning of Parcels
This office is in the process of producing a Replacement Official Zoning Map.
The current Official Zoning Map was adopted in 1974, and has
become functionally obsolete as the tax parcel numbering system has changed and the
Map Book did not include the areas around the City that came into our jurisdiction when
we achieved Cityhood. Also, the Map Book is well worn after 37 years. ln creating a new
Map, it was found that some parcels had been zoned or rezoned in the past and the
parcels cument usage did not match the current zoning. Therefore, this office is seeking
to properly zone these parcels plior to the adoption of the new Official Zoning Map.
There are tll'ee property owners affected by these rezonings and they have all been
informed of the City's intended actions. The Masties on Old U.S. 12, St. Paul United
Church of Christ on Old U.S. l2 and Chelsea Milling. The Masties and Chelsea Milling
have have approved the rezonings in writing and this off,rce has received no comment
from the Church.   All   were sent notice of the Public Hearing.
MOVED Hammer SECONDED Feeney to accept Ordinance NO 166-2011-05 for the first
reading and place it on the Council Agenda of June 28,2011 for the second reading. All Ayes.
Motion Camied.
4.   Chelsea Recreation Group Health Care Coverage

The Chelsea Recreation would like to join the City's group health cale coverage in the same
manner as our other agencies currently covered (that is, V/AVE, V/WRA and the Senior Center).
City Council Minutes
May 24,2011
Per the attached request, they do urderstand that we bill them for the coverage and include a 5%
administration fee to cover the cost of billing and paperwork.
MOVED Martinez-Kratz SECONDED Hammer to allow the Chelsea Recreation paid staff
members to join the City's gloup health insurance plan. All Ayes. Motion Caried.
MOVED Martinez-Kratz SECONDED Hamrner to charge a 5Yo adnîtistrative fee to each entity
on their quarterly invoice. All Ayes. Motion Can'ied.



5. Annual OPEB Liability Funding
The purpose of this agenda item is to request the budgeted transfer of $185,000 to the Retirement
fund to support post-retirement health insurance costs for eligible City ernployees and retirees.
The City established a trust fund for these benefits through the ICMA with the approval of City
Council during the 2008-2009 budget year. With this contribution, the estimated net OPEB asset
balance (with the accumulated gainlloss on invesûnent) is $500,000.
The $185,000 is made up of contributions by each fund based on the number of ernployees
eligible for this retirement benefit. This year's contlibution by fund is as follows:
      GeneralFund $109,150
          Waste
      Solid            $16,650
      Streets          $7,400
      Electric         $29,600
      Wastewater       $12,950
      Water             $9,250
This budgeted amount is less than the recommended amount in our last actuarial statement. This
shortfall is reported as a long-term liability on the City's balance sheet and-like the MERS
pension-will need to be caught up in the future.
The $185,000 is in addition to the actual cost paid annually for cument retirees.
MOVED Holmberg SECONDED Feeney to allow the City to Íansfer $185,000 to its
established ICMA OPEB investment trust fund as budgeted for eligible employee and retiree
health insurance benefits. All Ayes. Motion Canied.


6. Part-Time Police Wage Increase
The City is proposing a wage increase of 3Yo for part-time Police Departrnent ernployees. This
increase is consistent with the 3%o increase effective July 1, 2011 for POLC Union employees.
This impacts 14 Crty employees as follows:
     Six part-time Police staff (4 dispatchers, 2 crossing guards)
     Eight part-time Police Officers
MOVED Hammer SECONDED Martinez-Kratzto approve a3Yowage increase for all part-time
City of Chelsea Police Depaftment employees effective July 1, 2011. Four (4) Ayes, Two (2)
Nays. (Holmberg, Anderson) Motion Canied.


7. Non-Union Salaried Wage Increase
City Council Minutes
May 24,2011
The City is proposing a wage increase of 2.50%o for Non-Union, Salaried Employees effective
July l. 201 l. This increase is consistent with the 2.50% increase effective July, 1, 2011 for
Teamsters Union entployees.
The City's historical practice has been to keep non-union, salaried enployee wage increases in
line with full-time, union employee wage increases. However, an inclease for non-union, salaried
employees requires the approval of City Council.
The purpose of this agenda itern is to formally request approval for the implernentation of a
250% increase for all non-union, salaried ernployees effective 07l0ll1l.
This impacts 11 non-union salaried ernployees.
MOVED Hammer SECONDED Martinez-Kntzto approve a2.50%o wage increase for non-
union, salaried employees effective as of July 7,2011. Four (4) Ayes, Two (2) Nays. (Holmberg,
Anderson) Motion Canied.


8. Appointment of Planning Cornmission Liaison to ZBA
To appoint Robeft Stephens as the Planning Commission liaison to the Zoning Board of Appeals.
MOVED Feeney SECONDED Hanrmer to approve Mayor Lindauer's recommeudation to appoint
Robert Stephens as the Planning Comrnission liaison to the Zoning Boald of Appeals.      All   Ayes.
Motion Canied.


9. Appointment of Planning and ZoningAdministrator
According to the City Charter:
Section 7.13 PLANNING AND ZONING ADMINISTRATOR
The Planning and Zonfutg Adntinisn'atur shall enforce the City Zoning Ordinances and u,ill
receit e functional and administratiye supervision fi'om the Ciry Manager. He or she shall be
appoinîed by the council on tlrc basis of edttcation, ability, training and experience.
Requesting that   Cþ Council  appoint cunent City Engineer Christine Linfield as the Planning and
ZonittgAdministrator. This is a consolidation of the Cif Engineer and Plaming and Zoning
Administrator j ob functions.
MOVED Hohnberg SECONDED Feeney to appoint Cluistine Linfield as the Planning and
ZonngAdministlator for the City of Chelsea with an effective date of July l,20ll. All Ayes.
Motion Canied.


10. Resolution to appoint Ordinance Enforcement Officers
With the staffing changes in Planning andZoning, it is necessary per    Cþ   Ordinance to adopt a
resolution which states:
"Whereas it is in the interest of the City, the residents, property owners, and public, and for the
appointment of officers to enforce the ordinances of the City of Chelsea except Ordinance #126
and to be authorized to issue civil infraction notices and citations;

And Whereas, the council has the power to appoint City Officials as Oldinance Enforcement
Officers pursuant to statue and ordinance..."


City Council Minutes
May 24,2011
MOVED Holmberg SECONDED Hammer to adopt the resolution to appoint John Hanifan,
Christine Linfield and Karon Barbour as officers of the city for enforcement of ordinances.. All
Ayes. Motion Camied.


I   l.   Plamring Commission Appointment
To appoint Erik Larsen to the Planning Commission with a term expiling in June 2014.

MOVED Hammer SECONDED Martinez-Kratzto approve Mayor Lindauer's recommendation to
appoint Erik Larsen to the Plannirrg Commission with a tenn ending in June 2014.411 Ayes.
Motion Carried.


12. Notice to Plovide Public Comment - Energy Optimization and Efficiency Plan
Our electric utility must provide an opportunity for the public to offer comments on the
Renewable Energy Plan (REP) 2-year plan by July 1, 2011. the Michigan Public Serr¡ice
Commission (MPSC) is allowing the City of Chelsea to decide how our utility will provide an
"opportunity for public comment". We do not necessarily need to publish in the newspaper.
We will post the 2-year plan on our website, have the hard copies of the plan available at 305   S.
Main St, Chelsea, MI and provide an opportunity for comment on our 2-year plan at the City
Council's June 28, 2011 Meeting.
MOVED Holmberg SECONDED Martinez-Kratz to post the City of Chelsea's two year
Renewable Energy Plan (REP) and Energy Optimization Plan on the City website and to allow
public comment on the Plan at the Tuesday, June 28, 2011 regular council meeting.


13. Outdoor Seating for Zou-Zou's
 ZouZou's Coffee, Edibles & Aft is again requesting permission for outdoor seating. Since 1998,
Zou Zott's request to have outdoor seating on the sidewalk on W Middle St side of their business
has been granted by Council

Chelsea City Ordinance limits display of goods to a space in fi'ont of the business not to exceed
two feet in width. Zou Zou's plan complies with these restrictions.
This year, as last year, Zou Zou's is requesting six tables on Middle St.
MOVED Martinez-Kratz SECONDED Hammer to allow ZouZott's Coffee Edibles & Art's
request for outdoor seating on W. Middle St. with Zol:'Zott's providing the City with the $1
million certif,rcate of liability insurance. Said approval would be from this apploval date through
May 31, 20II andthatZott Zou's maintains the garbage receptacle atthe northwest comer of W,
Middle St. All Ayes. Motion Canied.


14. Nomination for CAFA atLarge Board Member
To recommend Jamie Bollinger for the CAFA at Large Board Member.
MOVED Feeney SECONDED Anderson to approve Mayor Lindauer's recommendation to
recommend the appointment of Jamie Bollinger for the CAFA at Large Board Member. Five (5)
Ayes, One (1) Nay. (Holmberg) Motion Carried.


City Council Minutes
May 24,2011
15. Resolution to Collect a 7%o Admin Fee
This 1% adrninisû'ation fee was first collected in 2005. It is allowed by statute to be collected to
ofßet the cost ofcollecting, assessing and the review and appeal process oftaxes.
MOVED Feeney SECONDED Hammer to approve the Resolution to Applove a Property Tax
Administration Fee. All Ayes. Motion Carried.


16, Resolution to Collect a3o/o Penalty on Delinquent Taxes
The General Property Tax Act allows a City to impose a 3%o late penalty charge on the total
delinquent real and personal propeúy taxes, when authorized by a resolution of the City Council.
The resolution would allow the Treasurer to collect a3Yo penalty for Summer Taxes that are not
paid by September 14ù.
MOVED Martinez-Kratz SECONDED Hammer to approve the Resolution to Apply a3Yopenalty
on delinquent payments of real and personal property taxes. All Ayes. Motion Caried.


17. Resolution to impose a lo/o Interest Charge on Delinquent Taxes
The General Property Tax Act allows a Crty to impose a I%o per month interest charge on the
delinquent real and personal property taxes, when authorized by a resolution of the City Council
The resolution would allow the Treasurer to add a 10% interest charge each month for Summer
Taxes that are not paid by September 14ù. The'interest is added beginning September l5'h and
each month thereafter as long as the taxes have not been paid.

MOVED Anderson SECONDED Holmberg to approve the Resolution to authorizeThe City
Treasurer to collect interest on delinquent summer tax bills at I%o per month or fraction of a
month, starting September l5ù. AllAyes. Motion Caried.


18. Utility Tax Liens for 2011 Summer Tax Bills
Per our local utility ordinances staff would like to request approval to move 54,643.70 of past due
utility invoices to the July 2011 taxroll. We have been unable to collect these funds. The
atnounts are at least six months past due and we have infonned both the utility customer and
property owner (if different) that the past due balance will be transferred to the tax roll if unpaid.
There have been many verbal and written communications.
MOVED Hammer SECONDED Feeney to approve the resolution regarding assignment of
delinquent utility invoices at least six months past due as o16130111 onto the July 201I Summer
Tax Roll. All Ayes. Motion Canied,


19. Delinquent Invoices for   20Il   Summer Tax Bills
As provided in the City Ot'dinance, should these invoices become unpaid within 45 days, it shall
become a special assessment against the property as provided in Section 11.5 of the City Charter.
MOVED Hammer SECONDED Holmbelg to adopt the attached resolution putting the delinquent
invoices on the summer 2071taxroll. All Ayes. Motion Canied.
STAX'F'REPORTS


City Council Minutes
May 24,2011
City Manager Hanifan repofted that the DDA Meeting will be held on Thursday, June       16'h at the
McKune Room starting at7:30 am.

COT]NCIL REPORTS

Council Member Anderson reported on the Chelsea Area Fire Authority Meeting last Thursday,
the refurbishment is curently underway.

Council Member Feeney repofted on attending the Historical Places.

Council Member Hammer repofted the WWRA rneeting is next Wednesday and those
communities that would like to be involved need to let WWRA know.

Council Member Holmberg reported he will not be able to attend the June 28'b WAVE Board
Meeting.

Council Member Martinez-Kratz reported the ZBA Meeting was canceled. A new employee was
hired by the Recreation Cornmittee.

Mayor Lindauer reported the WATS Meeting will be held tornonow at 9 am oll Zeeb Rd.

ADJOT]RNMENT
MOVED Hammer SECONDED Anderson to adjourn             at 8:05 pm.   All   Ayes. Motion Car:ried.

                                   Respectfully subrnitted,
                                    Teresa Royal, Clerk
        I]NOF'FICIAL MEETING MINUTES UNTIL APPROVED BY COI-TNCIL




City Council Minutes
May 24,2011
06/23/207L 02:40      PM         INVOICE APPROVAL BY INVOICE REPORT FOR CITY OF CHELSEA           Page: 7/3
User:   KKALMBACH
DB: Chefsea                           EXP CHECK RUN DATES     06/29/201'I _ 06/29/2077
                                            BOTH .]OURNALIZED AND UNJOURNALIZED
                                                     BOTH OPEN AND PAID

      Vendor   Name
                                      Descrlption                                                Arnount

 1.   ANN ARBOR WELDING SUPPLY        CO
                                      CUSTOMER#35501                                              29 .15
 2.   ARBOR SPRINGS üIATER CO fNC
                                CUSTOMER+475811                                                  108.00
 3. BRIAN MOORE
                                      TRAVEL RE]MBURSEMENT APPR.        SCHOOL                   r23.42
 4. BSEA SOFTWARE
                                      .NET DATA     CONVERSION                              2, 000 . 00
 5.   CANON FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC
                                      CUSTOMER+ 5-/ 3191                                    2,0r0 .12
                                      CUSTOMER# 5'7 3L91                                        510.00
                                                                           TOTAL            2 , 520 .12


 6. CHELSEA CHBVROLET BUICK
                                      CUSTOMER#152091                                            831.28
 1. CHELSEA DOOR       COMPANY
                                      WATER DEPT GARÄGE DOOR SERV]CE CALL                        175.00
 B. CHRISTINE LINFIELD
                                      PARKING RETMBURSEMENT                                         6.00
 o    CITY OF ANN ARBOR
                                      CUSTOMER+ 1 9 931                                     I,   000 . 00
10. CITY OF CHELSEA
                                      CITY UTILITY BILLS -       STORMVIATER     BILLS      4   , 432 .08
11. CITY OF CHELSEA
                                      STORMVüATER                                                238.rr
72. CORRIGAN OIL       COMPANY
                                      ACCOUNT+ O1VILOOSOOOO3                                     459.58
                                      ACCOUNT# 01VrL00800003                                     990.40
                                                                           TOTAL            L, 449 .98

13. DBLL FINANC]AL         SERVICES
                                      LEASE#001-8835699-                                          80.35
14.   DTRECTOFF]CEBUYS
                                      CHELSEA                                                    77r.02
15.   HERITAGE NEWSPAPERS
                                      9L2- 40143                                                  40.50
                                      9I2- 40743                                                  31.50
                                                                           TOTAL                  12 .00

16.   HURON SIGN CO
                                      WORK ORDER+7846                                            675.00
17. IKON OFFICE SOLUT]ONS
                                      ACCOUNT#8    9611 1013971ML                           r,9'73.21
18.   IMAGEMASTER, LLC
                                                                                            4,265.10
19. .]ADE SCIENTIF'IC,       ]NC
                                      CUSTOMER#MI1355                                              70.85
20.   JAMES LINFIELD
                                      MECHAN]C TOOL ALLOWANCE                                    200.00
2I. K_9   ACADEMY TRAINING FAC]LITY
                               MATNTENANCE TRA]NING                                         1, 500. 00
22.   LESTER BROTHERS EXCAVATING
                               YDS BROKEN CONCRETE DROPPED OFF                                     20.00
23. LILY    PIKE
                                      REFUND OF UT]LTTY BALANCE FOR         101 S    MAIN          1-6.13
24.   MACNLOW ASSOCIATES
                                      TR.A.fNfNG    -   DAN WHTTESALL                            245 .00
25.   MCGOWAN ELECTRTC       SUPPLY, fNC.
                                      CUSTOMER#10 115 6                                          129.33
06/23/201L 02:40           PM           INVOICE APPROVAL BY INVOICE REPORT FOR CITY OF CHELSEA           Page: 2/3
User:       KKALMBACH
DB: Chelsea                                  EXP CHECK RUN DATES      06/29/2077 _ 06/29/2077
                                                   BOTH JOURNALIZED AND UNJOURNALIZED
                                                           BOTH OPEN AND PAID

          Vendor   Name
                                            Description                                                 Amount
26. M]CH]GAN ELECT]ON RESOURCES
                                            ACCOUNT#WAS1O2                                              100.59
27. MICHIGAN PIPE &              VALVE
                                            cHE00001                                                    414.50
28. M]CHfGAN POLICtr EQU]PMENT
                                                                                                   1,320.00
29. M]CH]GAN         RURAL WATER ASSOC
                                            2O1O COMMUNITY MEMBERSHIP         DUES                      425 .00
30.       MIDWESTERN CONSULTING
                                            CONNECTING COMMUN]TIES SIDEWALK/BOARDTVAL                   858.00
                                            DRATNAGE STUDY                                         It   931 .70
                                                                                  TOTAL            2,195.r0
)1
Jf    .   MILLER, CANFIELD/ PADDOCK &
                                                                                                  19,988 '7r
32. MUNICIPAL CODE CORPORATION
                                            ANNUAL CODE FEE                                             s00 00
33. NORFOLK         HOMES
                                   REFUND UTIL FOR                1160 GENE DR                           25 59
1.4       NORTH EASTERN UNIFORMS AND EQUIPMEN
                                   c0 0 510                                                              59 95
?tr       PAUL   SAUERS
                                            MONTHLY CLEANING      -   JUNB                              570 00
?Á        PHOENIX CONTRACTORS, INC
                                                                                                  98, 650 31
2a        PITNEY   BOWES
                                            ACCOUNT#104998                                         1_,Q4'7        00
                                            ACCOUNT#2 050524                                            725 00
                                                                                  TOTAL            r,7l       2   .00

38.       POWER   LINE SUPPLY      CO
                                            CUSTOMER+100148                                             s65 00
                                            CUSTOMER#100148                                              84 24
                                                                                  TOTAL                 649.24

39.       PROCESS RESULTS, INC
                                            CHELSEA    VùVITP  PROJECT                             5,367.50
                                            CHELStrA   VÙhlTP  PROJECT                             2, 9'7 6 .50
                                            CHELSEA    VIWTP PROJECT                               8,000.50
                                            CHELSEA    Vü[/üTP PROJECT                                545.00
                                                                                  TOTAL           16,889.50
40. RJ WELDING,            LLC
                                                                                                        500.00
41.       ROBERT GALAROWIC
                                            MECHANICE TOOL ALLOWANCE                                    200.00
42. STAPLES BUSINESS             ADVANTAGE
                                            CUSTOMER#   I495181                                           96.31
43. STATB OF         MICH]GAN
                                            ACCT# 0030437                                               335.00
44. TOBY'|S TNSTRUMENT SHOP, INC
                                            ACCOUNT#57 68                                               3s8.00
45.       UNTLOCK MICHIGAN/ ]NC
                                            CUSTOMER ID#CTTCHE                                          3'7   6.86
46. UTILITIES INSTRUMENTATION SERVICE
                                            GENERATOR TR]PP]NG ON REVERSE POWER                         540.00
47. VANTAGEPOTNT TRANSFER                AGENTS
                                            ACCT   # 803060                                      185, 000.00
06/14/20t.1 1.2=28     PM                           CHECK JOURNAL REPORT FOR CTTY OF CHELSEA                   Page:1/1
User   :   KKA}MBACH
                                                             CHECKS 83700 TO 83703
DB:    cheL4ea
Post       ¿t"     Journal   Description                                        GL Number           DR   Amount         CR Amount
06/74/201,1            CD    åf &a                           Check: GEN 83700
JE:5034
                             Check-: cEN 83700                                  590-000-001. 000                                 75.78
                             Check: GEN 83700                                   590-000-201.000           75.78
                             Check: cEN 83700                                   591-000-001.000                                  33.46
                             Check: cEN 83700                                   s91-000-201.000           33.46

                                                                                                         709.24                 109.24
06/14/207r             CD    AT&T LONG DISTANCE              Check: GEN 83701
JE:    5035
                             Check: GEN 83701                                   590-000-00 1.0 00                                  4   .44
                             Check: cEN 83?01                                   590-000-20 1.0 00          4   .44

                                                                                                           4   .44                4    .44
06/74/207r             CD    DTE     ENERGY                  Check: cEN 83702
JE:5036
                             Check: GEN 83702                                   101-000-001. 000                                 31.    B4
                             Check: cEN 83702                                   101-000-201. 000          31.84
                                        GEN 83702                               582-000-001.000                                 159.05
                                        GEN 83702                               582-000-201. 000         159. 05

                                                                                                         190.89                 190.89
06/L4/2077             CD    STATE OF MTCHIGAN               Check: GEN 83703
,lE:   5037
                             Check: cEN 83703                                   582-000-00 1.0 00                        14,950.08
                             Check: GEN 83703                                   582-000-20 1.0 00   14,950.09

                                                                                                    14, 950.08           14, 950       . 0B

                                                                                                    75,254 .65           15    ,254 .65
TOTALS
                             CASH                                               101-000-001. 000                                 31.    B4
                             ACCOUNTS PAYABIE                                   101-000-201.000           31.84
                             CASH                                               582-000-001.000                          15, 109. 13
                             ACCOUNTS PAYABI,E                                  582-000-201.000     15, 109. 13
                             CASH                                               590-000-001.000                                  B0.22
                             ACCOUNTS PAYAB],E                                  590-000-201. 000          80 -22
                             CASH                                               591-000-001. 000                                 33.46
                             ACCOUNTS PAYAB],E                                  591-000-201. 000          33.46
                                                                                GRAND îOTAL         15,254 .65           1,5   ,254 .65




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06/27/20II 12:52   PIL                               CHECK JOURNAL REPORT FOR CITY OF CHELSEA                          Page: 1/3
User: KKALMBACH                                               CHECKS 83793 TO 83801
DB: Chelsea
Post Date     ,Journal Description                                                 GL Number               DR   Amount         CR Amount

06/27/2017         CD    A1   &1                              Check: GEN 83793
JE|   5261
                         Check:    GEN 83793                                       101-000-001.000                                       540 .54
                                   GEN 83793                                       101-000-201.000              540.54
                                   GEN 83793                                       226-000-001.000                                        \'1    ?A
                         Check:    GEN 83793                                       226-000-20I .000              E-
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                                   GEN 837 93                                      sB2-000-001. 000                                      724.47
                                   GEN 831 93                                      sB2-000-201.000              124.47
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Citizens wishíng to be placed on the City Gouncil agenda concerning an item of interest or to
offer comments or concerns about City maÍters are requested to complete this form (print or
type) and return it to the City of Chelsea, 305 South Main Street, Suite 100, Chelsea, Michigan
48118; e-mait troyalgclelsea.mí.us; fax (734) 475-8655; no later than 5:00 p.m. on the Tuesday
prior to the Cny uouncil meeting. lf the Tuesday prior to the City Council meeting is a holiday,
then the submíssío¡tdeadline is 9:00 a.m. on Wednesday. lf you have attachments that you wish
to be distributed with the agenda, please provide fifteen (15) copies.
0312004
    Chelseq Bqchyqrd Chichen
            Proposql
  We urge the Chelseq City Council to qmend their current
  ordinqnce to qllow Chelseq homeowners to rqise up to six
lqying hens (no roosters) on their property so long os they ore
            hept in q cleon qnd humone mqnner.
We offer Vpsilonti's ordinonce qs o possible model, noting thqt
   much lihe do? ownership requirements, there ore NO
               minimum lot size requirements.
     Updqting this ordinqnce is q timely qnd positive move,
    encourqging self sufficiency, low impoct eggs, qnd fomily
 oriented fun with no negqtive impoct on the community. No
cost will be incurred by the city, qnd no speciql "chichen potrol"
                        will be necessqry.
  Pleqse consider this s second chqnce to mqhe this positive
chqnge in our unique city qnd remember: Where chichens ore
          outlqwed, onl outlqws will hqve chichens.
   CnELsEA BncI(YARD Cntcl<ENs
 CNICT¡NS ARE FRIENDLY, SOCIAL, INTELLIGENT, AFFECTIONATE, ENTERTAINING, LOW MAINTENANCE'
 SMALL, QUIET AND INE¡PENSIvE To KEEP. TNEY ARE QUIETER AND CLEANER TH,AN MOST DOGS,
AND THEY OFFER US THE OPPORTUNITY TO PRODUCE A LITTLE OF OUR OWN HIGH QUALITY FOOD'

        SOur¡OS LIKE THE PERIECT FIT TO AN ALR.EADY GREAT Crfv!

  .   Backyard chickens are not farm animals- For thousands                        of years,
      chickens, like dogs and cats, have lived alongside people in bacþards of all sizes in cities
      and small towns. A 6 pound hen has little in common with a 400Ib' hog!
  o   Backyard coops are attractive and clean- unlike large commercial
      poultry keeping operations, people in cities who keep chickens in their bacþard tend to
      keep them in attractive, well maintained enclosures and treat their chickens as pets'
  o   Chickens are not smelly- cttict ens themselves do not smell. Any odor would
      come from their droppings , but five hens generate less monure than one medium sized dog       '

      This is a pity, for unlike dog feces, chicken droppings are an excellent garden fertilizer
      when composted.
  o   Chickens are not messlr-             Chicken enclosures used in city and urban settings
      tend to be attractive and are easily maintained. Small flocks can be managed with a
      minimum of time and energy on the part of their owners.
  o Chickens al.e nOt noiS/-           Hens are quiet birds. Only roosters crow, and they are
      unnecessary for the production of eggs. The occasional clucking of hens is generally not
      audible beyond 25 feet and is much quieter than barking dogs,lawn mowers, leaf blowers,
      passing traffic, and other common neighborhood sounds'
  o   Chickens make economic sense-                      At a fraction of the cost of store bought
      organic pastured eggs, about $70 in feed, a small flock can produce about 1-50 dozen eggs
      p.i y"u.. This gives a huge measure of food self sufficiency to the owner [and his
      neighbors!) and some security in tough economic times.
  o   Lot Size doeSn't mattel.- Chickens require very little space. Shelter for five hens
      does not require any more space than           be represented by many kitchen tables, and a
      run of 4 sq. ft, per hen is sufficient to keep them happy and healthy. Arbitrary space
      requirements are based on ignorance of the true needs and nature of a small flock.
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                                                                                  Chelsea BackYard Chickens
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        Spring is here and along with it a world of new beginnings and possibilities. What better time to
take another look at Chelsea's de facto ban on raising backyard hens. Since this issue last came up in
2009, severalthings have happened. Firstly, many Michigan cities have recently modernized their rules
on laying hens with great success. A partial list includes Ann Arbor, East Lansing, Kalamazoo, Ypsilanti,
Madison Heights, Traverse City, Ferndale, Southfield and Warren. Many of these cities have much
higher population densities than Chelsea. ln fact, in New York City hens have always been welcomed-
even in apartments! Secondly, people are waking up to the need for locally grown, organic, ethicalfood
and the added security of community resilience. The City of Chelsea should not lag behind the hundreds
of cities that have had the imagination to make this work.

         The benefits of backyard chickens are many. Besides being a fun and rewarding pet,
                                                                                             just four

hens can provide about 18 eggs per week, giving a huge measure of self sufficiency to a family. Though
raising hens is in manyways easierthan growing a vegetable garden, children and adults alike can learn
much from the intimate connection with their food and feel good knowing that they are able to
                                                                                                 provide

for the most basic of human needs.

         Some folks will no doubt have concerns about allowing this noble bird to live among us. Have
no fear, city slickers. On every conceivable measure chickens make more sense to allow in town than
the animals already here- most notably dogs. Not only do they produce fresh eggs from little more than
kitchenscrapsandasmallamountoffeed, lhaveneverheardofachickenbitingamailman. Hensare
far quieter than dogs (not to mention your neighbor's leaf blower), and can be raised humanely in a
surprisingly small space. Best of all, four hens create less waste than a medium sized dog! This is a
mixed blessing, for composted chicken droppings are like black gold to the organic gardener.

         Most people interested in raising backyard hens treat their chickens as pets. They take pride in
a clean and attractive coop and would not leave their precious flock untended. Just like a backyard dog,
if the hens are tidied regularly no odor is detectable. Additional city policing is not necessary. We say
handle any problems (if any) as any other pet issue- on a per complaint basis. Just as we don't have a
                                                                                                       pit
Kitty KGB or a Parakeet Patrol, there is no need to treat backyard chickens any differently than the
 bull next door.

           We at Chelsea Backyard Chickens urge the city to allow property owners, regardless of arbitrary
 lot size restrictions, to raise a microflock of 6 laying hens in their backyards so long as they are kept in a
 clean and humane manner. Chelsea is a great family friendly city and easing this undue restriction on
 how we tend our gardens would be a positive change. A few hens are not a poultry farm any more than
 acoupleoftomatoplantsareaplantation. FindChelseaBackyardChickensonFacebookoremail usat
 chelseabackyardchickens@yahoo.com to get involved or just give your input and remember- Where
 chickens are outlawed, only outlaws will have chickens!
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  West Bloomfield
  May 09, 2011

  Resident'eggs' on West Bloomfield to
  allow chickens
  By Eric Czarnik
  C & G Staff Writer

  WEST BLOOMFIELD             ln West Bloomfield,
  the Fox is not             -
                 just in the henhouse, she
  owns it, too.

  Mary Fox, a resident in the township's
  Westacres area, has been raising 15 hens
  for fresh eggs, in addition to growing
  vegetables for her home-based community-
  supported agriculture establishment. But
  when a local ordinance enforcer sent her a
  violation notice late last year, she set out on
  a quest to present her case to the township.

  "We got chickens because we were                                                                     Photo by Deb Jacques
  becoming more concerned about just where                              Mary Fox of West Bloomfield holds one of her
  our food was coming from and wanted to                                hens. She is supporting an effort to legalize the
  have a little more control in regards to that,"                       ownership of chickens in West Bloomfield.
  Fox said.

  Now advocates of raising    chi        a reason to crow     the West Bloomfield
                                                                                                      -
  Township Board of       Trustees'      imously May 2 to direct the Planning Commission
  to draft a zoning ordinance amendment that could allow residents to house and keep fowl.

  Senior Planner Sara Roediger acknowledged that the issue came up in two cases with the
  Zoning Board of Appeals earlier this year. She said raising chickens to lay eggs has grown
  more popular, thanks to a trend of locally grown food.

  "lt's a fairly common ordinance that's becoming popular in many communities, not only
  across metro Detroit but across the country," she said.

  While Fox said she has had chickens for more than two years, an ordinance enforcer
  allegedly discovered them last December. Fox said she was out of town when a violation
  notice was left at her door.




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  She decided to go to the Zoning Board of Appeals in February to apply for a variance, but
  one wasn't given.

  Taking care of chickens is "super easy," probably easier than caring for than a dog or a
  cat, she said. Because she owns an acre of land, she said she has room to let the chicken
  roam in a pen. She said she collects about eight to 10 eggs per day.

  "Especially, too, in this economy, where people can feed themselves as cheaply as
  possible, something should be allowed," she said.

  According to information that township board members received, some chicken
  ordinances in other communities require a permit process for chicken ownership, and they
  limit owners to a certain number of chickens. Sometimes roosters are banned.

  Ordinances often require chickens to be kept in a coop or enclosure, and many
  discourage dirtiness and vermin, and some ban the slaughtering of the birds.

  During the meeting, the board members discussed certain things that could come up in an
  ordinance. Trustee Steven Kaplan said he didn't want a cumbersome permit fee process,
  but Trustee Howard Rosenberg wanted assurances that sick chickens would get
  veterinary care and that coops wouldn't attract rodents or become an eyesore.

  Trustee Larry Brown had concerns over noise, and some officials wondered if allowing
  chickens would open the door to allowing other barnyard animals in the township.
  Township Supervisor Michele Economou Ureste noted that many "progressive
  communities" have focused on the sustainability aspect that pro-chicken activists tout.

  "l don't see that it's spilling into llamas or any other area besides chickens at this time,"
  she said.


  You can reach C & G Staff Writer Eric Czarnik at eczarnik@candqnews.com or at (586)
  498-1 058.


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                                           CITY OF YPSILANTI
                                      NOTICE OF ADOPTED ORDINANCE
                                           Ordinance No. 1100



     An ordinance to allow for the keeping of a limited number of female chickens within the
     City of Ypsilanti.

     1.     THE CITY OF YPSILANTI ORDAINS That Section L4-L3 of the Ypsilanti City
     Code be added with the following language:

     Sec. 14-13. Keeping of Female Chickens (Hens)

          (1) Any    person who keeps hens in the City of Ypsilanti shall obtain a permit from the
                City prior to acquiring the hens and pay a permit fee set by City Council. This
                permit shall be kept by the owner and presented upon demand by any city official
                or police offìcer. Permits are non-transferable and do not run with the land. A
                permit may be obtained prior to June 1, 2010 by any propefi owner of a propefi
                whose principle use is as a single-family or two-family zoned propefi within the
                City of Ypsilanti. Permits issued prior to June 1, 2010 will expire on July L,20LI
                and be renewable for two-year periods, Permits shall provide a limited license for
                the activity, and no vested zoning rights shall arise from said permit issuance.

          (2)   Notwithstanding the issuance of a permit by the City, private restrictions on the
                use of propefi shall remain enforceable and take precedence over a permit.
                Private restrictions include, but are not limited to, deed restrictions, condominium
                master deed restrictions, neighborhood association by-laws and covenant deeds.
                A permit issued to a person whose propefi is subject to private restrictions that
                prohibit the keeping of hens is void. The interpretation and enforcement of the
                private restriction is the sole responsibiliÇ of the private pafties involved.

          (3) A person who keeps or houses         hens on his or her property shall comply with the
                following requirements:
                    a. Must obtain a permit pursuant to subsection (1) of this section.
                    b. Keep no more than 4 hens.
                    c. The principal use of the person's propefi must be for a single-family
                       dwelling or two-family dwelling.
                    d. No person shall keep a male chicken (rooster).
                    e. No person shall slaughter any hens.
                  f.   Any person keeping hens shall remain subject to public nuisance animal
                       controls codified in Section t4-Ll of the Ypsilanti Code of Ordinances.
                    g. The hens shall be provided with a covered enclosure and must be kept in
                       the covered enclosure or a fenced enclosure at all times, Fenced enclosures
                       are subject to the provisions of Section I22-7I4 of the Code of Ordinances.
           h. A person shall keep hens in the bacÇard only. For this               subsection,
                "bacÇard" means the portion of a lot enclosed by the property's rear lot line
                and the side lot lines to the points where the side lot lines intersect with an
                imaginary line established by the rear of the single-family or two-family
                structure and extending to the side lot lines,
           i.   All enclosures for the keeping of hens shall be constructed, repaired and
                maintained in a manner to prevent rats, mice, or other rodents from being
                harbored underneath, within, or within the walls of the enclosure.
           j.   All feed and other items associated with the keeping of hens that are likely
                to attract or to become infested shall be so protected so as to prevent rats,
                mice, or other rodents from gaining access to or coming into contact with
                them.
           k.   Chicken coops and enclosures shall be at least 20 feet from any residential
                structure not owned by the permitee unless written permission is granted
                from the owner of the affected residential structure.

     (4) If the requirements of subsection (3) are not fully complied with, the City may
         revoke any permit granted under this section and/or initiate prosecution for a civil
         infraction violation.

2.       Severabilitv.        If any clause, sentence, section, paragraph, or part of this
ordinance, or the application thereof to any person, firm, corporation, legal entity, or
circumstances, shall be for any reason adjudged by a court of competent jurisdiction to
be unconstitutional or invalid, such judgment shall not effect, impair, or invalidate the
remainder of this Ordinance and the application of such provision to other persons,
firms, corporations, legal entities, or circumstances by such judgment shall be confined
in its operation to the clause, sentence, section, paragraph, or part of this Ordinance
thereof directly involved in the case or controversy in which such judgment shall have
been rendered and to the person, firm, corporation, legal entity, or circumstances then
and there involved. It is hereby declared to be the legislative intent of this body that
the Ordinance would have been adopted had such invalid or unconstitutional provisions
not have been included in this Ordinance.
3. Repeal. All other Ordinances inconsistent with the provisions of this Ordinance
are, to the extent of such inconsistencies, hereby repealed.
4.     Savinqs Clause. The balance of the Code of Ordinances, City of Ypsilanti,
Michigan, except as herein or previously amended, shall remain in full force and effect.
The repeal provided herein shall not abrogate or affect any offense or act committed or
done, or any penalty or fofeiture incurred, or any pending fee, assessments, litigation,
or prosecution of any right established, occurring prior to the effective date hereof.

5.     Copies to be available. Copies of the Ordinance are available at the office of
the city clerk for inspection by, and distribution to, the public during normal office
hours.
6.    Publication and Effective Date. The City Clerk shall cause this Ordinance, or
a summary of this Ordinance, to be published by printing the same in the Ypsilanti
Courier, This Ordinance shall become effective after publication at the expiration of 30
days after adoption


MADE, PASSED AND ADOPTED BY THE YPSILANT CITY COUNCIL                   THIS     21st   DAY OF
Julv, 2009.

                                            Frances McMullan, City Clerk

                                             Attest

I do hereby confirm that the above Ordinance No. 1100         was published in the Ypsilanti
Courier on   the      30th        day of   Julv             ,2009.


                                            Frances McMullan, City Clerk

                                    CERNFICATE OF ADOPNNG

I hereby ceftify that the foregoing is a true copy of the Ordinance    passed at the regular
meeting of the City Council held on the 21st day of             Ïrlv                2009



                                            Frances McMullan, City Clerk

Notice Published:      lune 14.

First Reading   :     July 7,2009

Second Reading:         Ïrlv 21   TOnq


Published:          Julv 30- 2009

Effective Date:       Auoust 30-
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                                    BUILDING & ORDINANCE DEPARTMENT
                                               One South Huron + Ypsilanti, Ml48L97
                                            Phone: (734) 482-1025 + Fax: (734) 483-7444
                                                      mlw.cityofypsi Ianti.com


                                                            Chicken Permit Application
                                                                   Fee: $25.00
Please print or type


            icant Information:
    Name:                                                                                       Driver's License   #:


    Address of location that chickens will be housed:                                Apt. # (if applicable)             Phone   #


    Number of chickens to be kept (Maximum 4 hens       -   Roosters are not permitted):




                     Owner Information:                              ts
    Name                                                                                        Phone #:


    Address:                                                                         City:                              State       Zip:




Permits may be obtained prior to June 1, 2010. Permits obtained prior to June 1, 2010 will expire on July 1, 2011 and will
                                          be renewable for two-year periods,
                                   Permits are non-transferable and may not be sold or assigned.

If the requirements of Chapter  14 of the Ypsilanti Code of Ordinances are not complied with, the City may revoke any
permit granted and/or initiate prosecution for a civil infraction violation, A person who has been issued a permit shall
submit it for examination upon demand by any city official or police officer. Fenced enclosures are subject to Section 122-
7I4 of the Ypsilanti Code of Ordinances. Notwithstanding the issuance of a permit by the City, private restrictions on the
use of property shall remain enforceable and take precedence over a permit, Private restrictions include but are not
limited to deed restrictions, condominium master deed restrictions, neighborhood association by-laws, and covenant
deeds. A permit issued to a person whose property is subject to private restrictions that prohibit the keeping of chickens
is void. The interpretation and enforcement of the private restriction is the sole responsibility of the private parties
involved.

Iunderstand the above restrictions on the permit and am submitting this application in compliance with
Chapter 14 (Animals) of the Code of the City of Ypsitanti.


Applicant Signature                                                                                       Date

                                                                     For Office Use Only
Issue date:

Expiration date:

Approved by:

Comments:
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                   Agenda ltem Summary
                    Meeting   of:   June 28,2011

Age nda ltem Title: 2010-2011Yearend      B        Amendments
                                                             /1

Submitted by: Kim Garland
Approved for submittal:


Explanation of Agenda ltem:
                                           (/
Request that the City Council adopt the attached budget amendments for the 2010-2011
budget. These amendments reflect changes that occurred during the course of business
to date for this fiscal year. The attached spreadsheet provides explanation of significant
line items requiring an adjustment.
Most of the amendments requested are simply due to monies not used or shifting of
monies between line items to more accurately reflect actual monies spent. Budgeting is
not an exact science. Communication of expenditures, review of expenditures and
approval of amendments to budget estimates is part of the normal cycle of City finance of
which City Council plays a key role
Type of Request (see next page for descriptions):
Resolution    (     Motion (
lf you are requesting a resolution, include your resolution statement as an attachment to
this document upon submission
Fiscal or Resource Considerations:
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? (YES xNO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? ( YES ( NO
Are staff o\ttrer resources required? ( YES X NO


Advisory   Boa rd/Comm   ission/Committee Action/Recommendation         :




Staff Comments:
The expenses associated with these adjustments follow or followed (where already paid)
our standard, internal procedures for approval, review, and payment.
 City Manager Comments/Recommendation              :




 Proposed Resolution Statement:
 BE lT RESOLVED, that the City Council of the City of Chelsea does hereby adopt the
 attached line item budget amendments for the fiscal year 2010-2011.


 Attachments:
 2010-2011 Budget Amendment Detail



All Agenda ltem Summaries and any attachments are due ín the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on the
Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting. lf the Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting is a
holiday, then the søömrssion deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
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   City of Chelsea                                                                                                                                                                         Proposed Amendments
   2010 - 2011 Budget Amendments

                                                                                                                   Net lmpact (Positive
                                                                                      Original
Fund                  Line ltem    #     Line ltem Description
                                                                                      Amount
                                                                                                    New Amount      # indicates ¡oducerl
                                                                                                                   expenss or ¡ncreased
                                                                                                                                           Explanation
                                                                                                                          rcvenue)

                                                                                                                                           Diff¡cult to estimate due to board of review changes that can occur throughout the
General Fund     1   01   -000-403000    Revenues      -   Real Property Taxes       $2,420,516      $2,453,516          $33,000           year.

General Fund     1   01   -000-403001                  -
                                         Revenues Refund Real Property Taxes             $0           $r 0,000          -$r 0,000          Unanticipated BOR refunds

                                         Revenues - Sylvan Twp Real Prop Tax                           -$2,300
                                                                                                                                           Lower property taxes assessed on Chelsea Lumber and Artic Col¡seum, less due
General Fund     1   01   -000-403003                                                 -$2,700                             $400             to Sylvân than ant¡cipated
                                         Sharing
                                                                                                                                           Diff¡cult to est¡mate due to board of review changes that can occur throughout the
General Fund     1   01   -000-404000    Revenues      -   Personal Property Taxes   $330,252         $285,252          -$45,000           year and personal property is not sent to the Counly for collection.

                                         Revenues - Sylvan Twp Pers Prop Tax                                                               Lower property laxes assessed on Chelsea Lumber and Artîc Coliseum, less due
General Fund     10't -000-404003                                                      -$300           -$200              $1   00          to Sylvan than anticipated
                                         Sharing
                                                                                                                                           We identif¡ed a problem with our State SET payment when closing out taxes for
                                                                                                                        -$20,000           the County in 2009-2010. The conect¡on was made ¡n the 2010-2011 f¡scâl year.
General Fund     1   01   -000-405000    Revenues      -   Payment in Lieu ofTaxes   $468,650         $448,650
                                                                                                                                           This was not known at the time of budget
                                                                                                                                                        on C¡ty personal property taxes del¡nquent from prior years    -   cannot
General Fund     1   01 -000-41   7000   Revenues - Delinq Pers Prop Taxes               $0            $1,000            $1,000                     from County

General Fund     1             000
                     01 -000-451         Revenues - Business LicenseiPermits          $70,000         $80,000           $10,000                  more business activity than ant¡c¡pated at the time of budget
                                                                                                                                           y'arious Police grants for drunk driving, seat belt and other enforcement
General Fund     1 01 -000-531 000       Revenues - Miscellaneous Grants                 $0            $6,000            $6,000
General Fund     1 01 -000-543000        Revenues - State Grants                       $2,000          $8,500            $6,500            2   DNRE Forestry Grants, not anticipated at time of or¡ginal budget
                                                                                                                        -$15,000           Cverestimated    -   part¡ally dependent upon delinquent payment act¡v¡ty
General Fund     1 01 -000-603000        Revenues - Administration Fee                $140,000        $125,000
                                                                                                                                           Diff¡cult to estimale due to changes in cash balance during and suprisingly low
General Fund     't01-000-664000         Revenues - lnterest & Dividends              $15,000          $10,000           -$5,000           nterest rates continuing

General   Fund   1    -000-669000
                     01                  Revenues - DPW Equip Rental Fees             $130,000        $120,000          -$10,000           Overest¡mated DPW work associated w¡th major/local streets

          Fund   101 .000.676582         Revenues - Transfer from Electric Fund        $19,388         $r 7,888          -$1,500           Annual contribut¡on to C¡ty Ofüce ¡nstallment purchase lower than est¡mated
General
General   Fund   10't .000.676590        Revenues - Transfer from Wastewater           $19,388         $17,888           -$l,500           Annual contribution to City Off¡ce installmenl purchase lower than est¡mated

General   Fund   101 .000.676591         Revenues - Transfer from Water                $'19,388        $17,888           -$1,500           Annual contribution to C¡ty Office installment purchase lower than estimated

General   Fund   1 01 -000-677000        Revenues - DPW Labor Reimb                   $190,000        $180,000          -$10,000           Overestimated DPW work associaled with major/local streets

                                                                                                                                           Record draw from cash reserves for Old 52 sidewalk project approved by City
                                                                                                                                           Council May'l'1,2O'lO, need to show draw as income from cash reserves to
General Fund     101 .000.694000         Revenues      -   Other lncome               $780,000        $845,750           $55,550           balance budget. Last round of budget amendments only adjusled the expense.
                                                                                                                                           Also $9,800 to cover second Case Wheel Loader pymt (2"d in one budget year).

                                                                                                                          $1,800           Adiusting for vacations
General Fund     101-'t01-702000         Legislative - Salaries & Wages               $13,000          $11,200
General Fund     I 01-1 0l -958000                   - Miscellaneous                   $e,600          $1 1 ,100         -$1,500           Videotaping and room rental fees higher than anticipâted
                                                                                                                                           Georg¡a retired in August, not anticipated at t¡me of budget
General Fund     101-170-702000                     - Salaries &                      $94,039          $64,039           $30,000
General Fund     1 01 -1 70-958000       Executive - Miscellaneous Expense             $1,000           $2,500           -$1.500           SEMCOG and Ml Developer's Memberships

General Fund     1 0l-1 91-702000        Elections - Salaries & Wages                  $6,824           $3,424            $3,400           Jne less election lhan budgeted
General Fund     101-191-727000          Elections - Office Supplies                   $3,372            $872             $2,500           Cne less election than budgeted

General Fund     I 0l-1 91 -958000       Elections - Miscellaneous Expense             $1,460           $1,860            -$400            l¡gher cost of school room rental

General Fund     101-200-702000          Admin-Salaries&Waqes                         $90,039          $75,039           $15,000           Reallocation of admin team wages due to Georg¡a's retirement
                                                                                                                                           Reallocat¡on of clerk wages due to Georg¡a's retirement
General Fund     101-200-702001 Admin            - Clerk Salaries & Waqes             $46,543          $31,543           $15,000
General Fund     101-200-702002 Admin            - Treasurer Salaries & Waqes         $40,711          $41,711           -$1,000           Slight underestimate

                                                                                                                                           $4,000 for OPEB actuarial (budgeted and slarted ¡n 09-10, comPleted and
                                                                                                                         -$11,000          nvo¡ced ¡n 10-11), $2,300 for Fire Station appra¡sal, $8,000 in legal fees
General Fund     1   01 -200-801   000   Admin   -   Professional Services            $16,513          $27,513
                                                                                                                                           associated with tax tribunal properly assessment disputes

General Fund     1   01   -200-802000    Admin - Leqal Fees                            $7,000          $21,000           -$14,000          Consult¡ng on Fairways Special Assessment
                                                                                                                                           Funds not used to assist ¡n system improvement costs
General Fund     I 01     -200-900000    Admin - Printinq & Publishing                 $5,000           $2,500            $2,500

General Fund     1   01 -200-931   000   Admin - Building Maintenance                  $17,000         $31,000           -$14,000          Unanticipated, required repair offire suppression system and l¡ft pump in basement

General Fund     1   01   -200-957000    Admin - Traininq                              $3,000          $2,200              $800            Funds not used to assist in system improvement costs


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                                                                                                                                                                                                     Proposed Amendments
   2O1O - 2011 Budget Amendments


                                                                                                                        Net lmpact (Pos¡tive
                                                                                           Original
Fund                  Line ltem    #      Line ltem Descr¡ption
                                                                                           Amount
                                                                                                          New Amount     # indlcates reduced
                                                                                                                        expense or increesed
                                                                                                                                               Explanation
                                                                                                                              reven ue)


General Fund     1  -200-958000
                     01                   Admin - Miscellaneous Expense                     $3,520           $1,320            $2,200          Contingency mon¡es nol needed           -   w¡ll be used to offset other expenses

General Fund     1  -200-970000
                     01                   Admin - Capital Outlay                            $3,833           $5,1 33          -$1,300          Additional expense related to programming for emailing of utility statements

General Fund     101-301-702004           Police - Crossinq Guard Waqes                    $10,901           $r 5,901         -$5,000          One additional crossing guard h¡red after budget process
                                                                                                                                               l\¡ore dispatch hours covered by Il I fund this year to make up for additional
General Fund     I 01-301      -702009    Police - Dispatch & Clerical Wages               $174,61 5        $155,615         $19,000           crossing guard expense and offìcer and dispatch training t¡me for new hires
General   Fund   101-301-702011           Police - Officer Overtime                        $69,525           $80,525         -$11,000          Training for new hires and coverage for staff shortages
General   Fund   101-301-702012           Police - Dispatcher Overtime                      $7,678           $10,678          -$3,000          Iraining for new h¡res and coverage for staff shortages
General   Fund   101-301-727000           Police - Office Supplies                          $5,000            $2,000           $3,000          Expense not needed
General   Fund   1 01 -301 -740000        Police - Operatinq Supplies                       $3,500            $2.000           $1,500          Expense not needed
General   Fund   101-30'l-801000          Police - Professional Serv¡ces                   $25,000           $19,000           $6,000          Expense not needed

General   Fund   1 01-301-850000          Police - Communication Expense                    $9,000            $5,500           $3,500          Expense not needed

General   Fund   1 01 -301 -860000        Police - Vehicle Maintenance                     $14,500           $12,000           $2,500          Expense not needed
General   Fund   1 01 -301-867000         Police-Gasoline&Oil                              $'13,000          $20,000          -$7,000          Higher gas prices than ant¡c¡pated at the time of budget

General Fund     1   01   -301-933000     Police    - Equipment Maintenance                $20,834           $23,834          -$3,000          Diff¡cult to estimate   -   headlights, t¡re changes and small repairs occur regularly

General Fund     101-301-970000           Police    - Capital Outlay                       $10,000           $20,000         -$10,000          New squad car damaged in crash, unplanned expense
                                                                                                                                               ligher than ant¡c¡pated legal fees, consulting fees and copier expense (copier
General Fund     1   01 -420-801   000    P&Z   -       Professional Services              $12,000           $30,000         -$18,000          -'xpense offset by monies received from copìer company              -   l¡ne item 101-000-
                                                                                                                                               i94000)
                                                                                                                                               Vlemberships, room rental (Wash St. Center) and newspaper notices higherthan
General Fund     1   01   -420-958000     P&Z   -       Miscellaneous Expense               $2,300           $3,800           -$1,500          lnt¡c¡pated.

General Fund     101-441-702000           DPW-Salaries&Waqes                               $332,916         $312,916          $20,000          f,ne DPW team member moved to Electric partway through the fiscal year
General Fund     10'l-441-7020'lO DPW               -   Vehicle Maintenance Waqes           $46,599          $26,599          $20,000          Soth mechanics on disability, one since November and one s¡nce February

General Fund     101-441-740000   DPW               - Operating Supplies                     $2,000           $4,000          -$2,000          Diffcult to est¡mate, all standard supply purchases

General Fund     101-441-740002 DPW                 - Mechanic Supplies                      $6,000          $12,000          -$6,000          Supplies used in DPW vehicle repa¡r and maintenance higher than anticipated

General Fund     1 01-441-801 000 DPW               - Professional Services                  $4,800           $8,800          -$4,000          $2500 appra¡sal plus unbudgeted legal fees

General Fund     1 01-441-863000  DPW               - Equipment Maintenance                 $24,000          $36,000         -$12,000          H¡gher than ant¡cipated vehicle repa¡r expense

General Fund     101441-867000            DPW-Gasoline&Oil                                  $30,000          $25,000          $5,000           Estimate was slightly higher than necessary, budget based on 2009-201 0

General Fund     101-441-920000           DPW       -    Public Utilities                   $10,000           $6,500          $3,500           Lower than anticipated

                                                                                                                                               fhis is a faify new expense l¡ne item, last year was our first year using. We did
                                                                                                                                               not have a full year of activity to review at the t¡me of budget¡ng Came in a b¡t
General Fund     101-441-921000           DPW       -    Street Lighting                   $34,000           $39,500          -$5,500          higher than we ânticipated. A long-term move to LEDS may help reduce th¡s line
                                                                                                                                               tem cost
                                                                                                                                               Esimated, based on prior         yeârs      New garage doors were needed during year and
General Fund     1   01-441-931 000       DPW       -    Building Maintenance               $2,000            $2,500           -$500           exceeded est¡mates
                                                                                                                                               Mlany more backups this year than in previous. Budgeted sewer work ¡n several
General Fund     1   01 -441   -935001    DPW - Sewer Maintenance                           $5,000            $8,000          -$3,000          problem areas ¡n 2011-2012 should help a bit.

General   Fund   1 01-441-958000          DPW - Miscellaneous Expense                       $1,000            $1,500           -$500           lvlechanìc train¡ng, not antic¡pated at time of budget

General   Fund   1 01-441 -970000         DPW - Capital Outlay                              $9,758           $19,558          -$9,800          2 Case Wheel Loader Payments came through in one year

General   Fund   101-751-702000           Parks-Salaries&Wages                             $10.000           $15,000          -$5,000          l\ilore hours than antic¡pated required to support and maintain local parks

General   Fund   101-751-740000           Parks     -    Operating Supplies                 $5,000            $6,000          -$1,000          Rented portable toilets one month longer due to late w¡nter weather

General   Fund   I 01 -751 -935000        Parks     -    General      irs & Maintenance     $7,000            $9,000          -$2,000          $2500 spent on trees        -   reimubursed in line ¡tem 10.1-000-543000 above

General   Fund   101-751-942000           Parks     -    Rentals                            $6,000            $8,500          -$2,500          l\4ore use of DPW equipment than anticipated            to   ma¡nta¡n local parks
                                                                                                                                               Staff reduction and d¡sab¡lity leave reduced overall GF wage expènse and
General Fund     1   01 -851 -71   5000   lns & Fringe        -   Employer FICA/Medicare   $131 ,905        $125,405          $6,500           associated payroll tax obligation
                                                                                                                                               Surge ¡n cost related to econom¡c cris¡s ¡s subsid¡ng, prem¡um was lower this year
General Fund     10'l-851-720000          ns & Fringe         -   Unemployment lnsurance   $10,210            $8,210          $2,000               last Difficult to



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   2010 - 2011 Budget Amendments

                                                                                                                           Net lmpact (Positlve
                                                                                         Original                            # ind¡cates reduced
Fund                     Line ltem   #         Line ltem Description
                                                                                         Amount
                                                                                                          New Amount
                                                                                                                            exp6nse or incrsased
                                                                                                                                                   Explanation
                                                                                                                                   revenue)

                                                                                                                                                   )rem¡um rates have decreased s¡gn¡fæntly in the last two years as the City's
General Fund        10't-851-722000 lns & Fringe             -   Workers Compensation    $77,114               $30,1 14          $47,000           ,/olume and signifìcance of ¡njuries decreases

General Fund        1   01   -895-880000       Other Activites - Community Promotion     $31,800               $34,800            -$3,000          fwo Ann Arbor SPARK dues payments fell       ¡n   one year

                                               Other Activities - Transfer to Judgment                                                             fransferfor interest due to plaintiff as assessed by court plus part of $1000
General Fund        1   01   -89s-966352                                                 $26,453               $30,453            -$4,000          min¡mum balance required in check¡ng account
                                               Fund
                                                                                                 General Fund        SUbtOtal    $41   ,750        Balances current budget fol 2010-2011 fiscal year


Stormwater          218-442-801000 Professional Services                                  $1,110               $7,1 10            -$6,000          Ml¡dwestern Consulting
                                                                                                                                                   Largest County dra¡n assmts were paid off in the prev¡ous year-not known at
Stormwater          2',t8442-952000 Contribution to Drain Commission                     $15,000               $2,000            $13,000           time of budget.

                                                                                           Stormwater Fund           Subtotal     $7,000           lncrease in cash fund balance due to decreased expenses


                                                                                                                                                   Diff¡cult to estimate due to board of review changes that can occur throughout the
Solid Waste         226-000-403000             Real Property Taxes                       $'140,553            $131 ,553           -$9,000          yeaf.

Solid Waste         226-000-404000             Personal Property Taxes                   $20,761               $27,761            $7,000           Personal property tax aud¡t improved volume of personal property tax collections.

Solid Waste         226-000.642000             Salvaqe Sales                             $14,000               $16,000            $2,000           Difficult to est¡mate, more drop offs than ant¡cipated

                                                                                                                                  -$7,200          -ower cost to monitor landfill than ant¡c¡pated this year, less cost passed on to
Solid Waste         226-000-678000             Remediation   -   Townships               $13,200               $6,000                              :ownships for coslsharing agreement

Solid Waste         226-528-716000 Health lnsurance                                      $35,000               $41,500            -$6,500          :st¡mated based on prior years, did not fully €pture the rate increase

Solid Waste         226-528-717000 Life. ADD, Disability lnsurance                        $1,701                $2,001             -$300           ¡stimated based on prior years, did not fully capture the rate ¡ncrease.
                                                                                                                                                   Premium rates have decreased s¡gnifcantly in the last two years as the City's
Solid Waste         226-528-722000 Workers Compensation                                  $15,445                $8,445            $7,000           úolume and sign¡f¡cance of injur¡es decreases

                    226-528-740000 Operating Supplies                                     $2,000                $1,000             $1,000          Not as much expense as anticipated, funds reallocated to other line items
Solid Waste
                    226-528-801 000            Professional Services                      $2,500                $4,500            -$2,000          Not as much expense âs anticipated, funds reallocated to other line ¡tems
Solid Waste
                                                                                                                                                   Added lnternet access for transfer station, not ant¡cipated in budget-was
Solid Waste         226-528-850000             Communication Expense                       $900                 $1,400             -$500           dependent upon l¡nes reaching transfer stat¡on

Solid Waste         226-528-867000 Gasoline & Oil                                        $14,000               $19,000            -$5,000          H¡gher gas prices than ant¡c¡pated at the time of budget
                                                                                                                                                   Slightly higher premium allocation than anticipated (based in part on # ofvehicles
Solid Waste         226-528-91 0000            General, Auto, & Property Liability lns   $10,000               $10,500             -$500           in eâch department)

                    226-528-932000 Remediation - Landfill                                $8,000                 $5,000             $3,000          Lower cost to monitor landfill lhan ant¡cipãted th¡s year
Sol¡d Weste
Solid Waste         226-528-934000 Well Monitorinq                                       $36,000               $21,000            $15,000          Lower cost to monitor landfill than anticipated this yèar
                                                                                                                                                   ïransfer for interest due to plaintiff as assessed by court plus part of$1000
Solid Waste         226-528-966352 fransfer to Judgment Fund                              $2,834                $3,1 34            -$300           minimum balance required in check¡ng account

                                                                                           Solid Waste Fund          Subtotal     $3,700           lncrease in cash fund balance due to decreased expenses


911 Fund            261-302-702009 Dispatch & Clerical Waqes                             $67,772               $80.772           -$13,000          Iransit¡on of part-time d¡spatcher to full-time

911 Fund            261-302-7020'12Dispatch & Clerical Overtime                           $6,000               $10,500            -$4,500          lransition of partlime dispatcher lo full-t¡me

91 1 Fund                          Employer FICA & Medicare
                    261 -302-71 5000                                                      $5,434                $6,434            -$1,000          fransit¡on of part{ime d¡spatcher to full-t¡me

911 Fund            261-302-718000 Retirement Savings                                     $2,000                $2,500             -$500           fransit¡on of part-time dispatcher to full-t¡me
                                                                                                     91   I   Fund   Subtotal    -$1   9,000       Add¡t¡onal expense w¡ll be a reduct¡on of fund cash reseryes


             Bond   352-000-664000             lnterest & Dividends                         $0                   $l 00              $1   00        Interest on monies transfened in for f¡rst bond payment
                                                                                                                                                   Transfer for interest due to plaintiff as assessed by court plus part of $1 000
 udgment Bond       352-000-6761 01            Transfer from General Fund                 $26,453              $29,592             $3,140          minimum balance required in check¡ng account
                                                                                                                                                   Transfer for ¡nterest due to plaint¡ff as assessed by court plus Part of $.1000
Judgment Bond       352-000-67621          I   Transfer from Stormwater                    $945                 $1,021                 $76         m¡nimum balance required in checking account




                                                                                                     Page 3 of 7
   Gity of Chelsea
                                                                                                                                                                                     Proposed Amendments
   2010 - 2011 Budget Amendments

                                                                                                               Net lmpact (Posltlve
                                                                                 Original
Fund                    Line ltem   #   Line ltem Descript¡on
                                                                                 Amount
                                                                                                New Amount      # indlcâtes reduced
                                                                                                               expense or lncreased
                                                                                                                                      Explanation
                                                                                                                      f€venue)

                                                                                                                                      ïransfer for interest due to plâintiff âs assessed by court plus part of   $ 1000
Judgment Bond      352-000-676226 fransfer from Solid Waste                       $2,834           $3,063             $229            minimum balance requ¡red ¡n checking account
                                                                                                                                      ïransfer for interest due to plaintiff as assessed by court plus part of   $       000
Judgment Bond      352-000-676582       fransfer from Electric Fund              $43,458           $46,977           $3,519           minimum balance requ¡red ¡n check¡ng account
                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1




                                                                                                                                      Iransfer for interest due to plaintiff as assessed by court plus part of   $1      000
Judgment Bond      352-000-676590       fransfer from Wastewater                  $9,448           $10,212            $764            minimum balance requ¡red in checking account
                                                                                                                                      Transfer for ¡nterest due to plaintiff as assessed by court plus part of $1000
Judgment Bond      352-000-676591       Iransfer from Water                      $11,337           $12,254            $91 7           m¡nimum balance required ¡n check¡ng account
Judqment Bond      352-000-686000       Bond Proceeds                               $0           $2,000,000        $2,000,000         Proceeds received, simply need to amend budget to reflect this transaction
                                                                                                                                      Completed approved budget amendment for transfer of mon¡es in to cover these
Judgment Bond      352-907-801 000      Professional Services                       $0             $20,068          -$20,068          bond counsel and SOM f¡l¡ng fees, but did not formally request a budget
                                                                                                                                      amendment for the expense

Judqment Bond      352-907-958000       N/liscellaneous Expenses                    $0              $'1,000          -$l,000          To ma¡ntain the m¡nimum requ¡red balance in the bank account for this fund
                                                                                                                                      rayment made to plaintiff + required interest as discussed and approved by
Judgment Bond      352-907-990000       Judgment Payment                            $0           $2,007,645       -$2,007,645         louncil, s¡mply need to formally request a budget amendment to reflect this
                                                                                                                                      :ransaction ¡n the adopted budget-
                                                                                                                                      No further impact to cash- this amount was already approved and pa¡d, this
                                                                               Judgment Bond Fund      Subtotal     -$19,968          reflects only budget documentat¡on of the payment


Capital Proiects   405-000-676494       fransfer from DDA                           $0            $500,000          $500,000             formally amend the budget for the approved DDA transfer
Capital Projects   405-21 5-958000      lVliscellaneous Expenses                    $0             $6,1 00           -$6,100          fo install automatjc door openers on City   Off¡ce build¡ng

                                                                                                                                      Io amend the budget forexpenses incuned to complete requ¡red Pol¡ce Bldg
Capital Projects   405-21 5-970000      Capital Outlay                              $0            $350,000         -$350,000          les¡gn revis¡ons and secure the bond (bond counsel fees, f¡l¡ng fees, Standard &
                                                                                                                                      Poois, etc )
                                                                                Capital Project Fund   Subtotal     $143,900          Reflects the planned ¡ncrease in fund cash balance


                                                                                                                                      Difficult to estimate due to board of rev¡ew chânges that can occur throughout the
St lmprovement     408-000-403000       Real Property Taxes                      $'137,592        $141,092           $3,500           leat
St lmprovement     408-000-404000       Personal Property Taxes                  $20,323           $21,323           $1,000           Personal property tax audit improved volume of personal property tax collections,

St lmprovement     408-446-702000 Salaries & Waoes                               $60,897           $68,897           -$8,000          Underestimated PTO payouts as we adjusted to the new benefit
St lmprovement     408-446-71 5000      Emplover FICA & Medicare                  $4,604            $5,604           -$1,000          Underestimated PTO payouts as we adjusted to the new benefìt
St lmprovement     408-446-71 8000      Retirement Savinqs                        $4,872            $6,872           -$2,000          Underest¡mated PTO payouts as we adjusted to the new benefit
St lmprovement     408446-725000        Emplovee Benefits                        $16,007           $12,507           $3,500           0verestimated health insurance expense allocation
St lmprovement     408-446-935000       General Repairs & Maintenance             $5,000            $1,700           $3,300           Expense not needed

St lmprovement     408-446-958000       Miscellaneous Expenses                    $1,200            $1,500           -$300            WATS dues h¡gher than ant¡cipated
                                                                            Street lmprovement Fund    Subtotal         $0            Reallocation of ex¡sting funds    -   no net budget ¡mpact


Retirement Fund    4'10-000-664000      lnterest & Dividends                     $15,000           $45,000           $30,000          OPEB investment ¡nlerest better than anticipated
                                                                                                                                      Part ofthe MERS add'l amount is actually pa¡d into a'net pens¡on asset'account
Retirement Fund    41   0-000-676582    Transfer from Electric Fund              $162,690         $152,690          -$10,000          lor the enterprise funds per the auditors. That piece is reægnized in the balance
                                                                                                                                      sheet, not on the revenue/expend¡ture report
                                                                                                                                      Part ofthe MERS add'l amount is actually paid ¡nto a'nel pension asset'account
Retirement Fund    41   0-000-676590    Transfer from Sewer Fund                 $47,101           $27,101          -$20,000          for the enterprise funds per the auditors. That piece is recogn¡zed ¡n the balance
                                                                                                                                      sheet, not on the revenue/expend¡ture report
                                                                                    Retirement Fund Subtotal            $0            Reallocat¡on of ex¡st¡ng funds    -   no net budget impact


                                                                                                                                      Difficult to est¡mate due to bosrd of rev¡ew changes that can occur throughout the
DDA                494-000-402000       Tax lncrement Financing Authority        $410,580         $397,580          -$13,000          year




                                                                                             Page 4 oÍ 7
   City of Ghelsea                                                                                                                                                           Proposed Amendments
   2010 - 2011 Budget Amendments

                                                                                                      Net lmpact (Postt¡ve
                                                                      Original
Fund             Line ltem   #   Line ltem Description                Amount
                                                                                       New Amount
                                                                                                      erpense or lncÞased
                                                                                                                             Explanation
                                                                                                            revenue)

                                                                                                                             Diff¡cult to estimate due to board of review changes that can occur throughout the
DDA            494-000-403000    Real Property Taxes                   $26,597           $27,597            $1,000           leat
                                                                                                                             Diff¡cult to estimate due to board of rev¡ew changes thal can occur throughout the
DDA            494-000-404000    Personal Property Taxes               $10,692            $9,692            -$'1,000         year.
                                                                                                                             Diff¡cult to estimale due to changes in cash balance during and suprisingly low
DDA            494-000-664000    lnterest & Dividends                   $600              $1,000             -$400           interesl rates contjnu¡ng

DDA            494-294-702001    Parkinq Salaries & Waqes              $34,000            $25,000           $9,000           First year paid fully by DDA, overestimated expense
                                                                                                                             lvlore public works support in DDA than antic¡pated-a sign¡ficant amount of time
DDA            494-294-702002 Maintenance Salaries & Wages             $7,500             $12,000           -$4,500          contributed to ad.justing and fixing l¡ght posts for banners this year

DDA            494-294-715000 Employer FICA & Medicare                 $3,1 75             $2,075           $1,'100          Associated with decrease in park¡ng wages

DDA            494-294-801 000 Professional Services                    $5,000             $8,000           -$3,000          Budgeted based on previous years, expense not as s¡gnificant this year

DDA            494-294-801001 N/ìarketino                              $25,000            $30,000           -$5,000          $5000 towards Summerfest, $25,000 comm¡tment to Sights & Sounds

DDA            494-294-801002 [Iarketinq                               $25,000            $35,000          -$'10,000         Commitment to Chelsea First Marketing campa¡gn

DDA            494-294-958000 [Íiscellaneous Expenses                  $10,000             $2,000            $8,000          ludgeted as cont¡ngency---€xpense not necessary this year
DDA            494-294-958002 Holidav Liqhtinq                          $1,000             $3,000           -$2,000          \ddit¡onal expense required to prepare lights
                                                                                                                             3udgeted for anticipated prcjects, some monies reallocated for olher expenses
DDA            494-294-970000    Capital Outlay                       $100,000            $80,200           $19,800          llike holiday lighting and additional festival contributions)
                                                                                                                             DDA and C¡ty Counc¡l approved transfer, following up now on assoc¡ated budget
DDA            494-294-966405    Contribution to Capital Projects         $0             $500,000          -$500,000         lmendment to rêflect approved transfer
                                                                                   DDA Fund   Subtotal     -$500,000         Reduction of cash fund balance, approved by DDA & Counc¡l


                                                                                                                                          print fee eight months of year, did not ant¡cipate at time of
Electric       582-000-627000    Charqes for Services - Duplicating      $292             91,292            $1,000
               582-000-644000    Electric Sales - General             $7,210,000        $7,410,000         $200,000                   sales than antic¡pated
Electric
                                                                                          $2,000           -$10,000                  ¡n   penalty pol¡cy sign¡f¡canlly reduced penalty charges
Electric       582.000 662000    Electric Penalty                      $'r2,000
                                                                                                                             Difficult to estimate due to changes in cash balance during and suPrisingly low
Electric       582.000.664000    lnterest & Dividends                  $20,000            $8,000           -$12,000          interest rates continu¡ng

Electric       582-538-702000 Salaries & Waqes                        $661,092           $461,092          $200,000          Employee reduction and new hire at lower wage than pr¡or employee

Electric       582-538-71 5000 Emolover FICA & Medicare                $s0,574            $40,574           $10,000          Reflection of Iower wage expense

Electric       582-538-71 6000 Health lnsurance                        $81 ,1 37          $71.137           $10,000          Employee reduction resulted in lower health insurance expense for City

Electric       582-538-71 8000 Ret¡rement Savings                      $21,016            $'1 8,016          $3,000          Related to employee reduction
                                                                                                                             quditors requ¡re lhat we annuâlly recogn¡ze as an expense the difference between
                                                                                                                             lmount of the long-term OPEB lìability that should be set as¡de and the amount
Electric       582-538-71 8001   OPEB Expense                             $0              $65,000          -$65,000          ile were able to set aside After making our annual contribution (apProved at the
                                                                                                                             l/14 council meet¡ng), this is the Electric expense associâted w¡th our unfunded
                                                                                                                             2o10-2011 obl¡gation

                                                                                                                             Surge in cost related to economic crisis is subs¡ding, premium was lower this year
Electric       582-538-720000    Unemployment lnsurance                 $2,382             s1,882             $500           than last D¡ff¡cult to anticipate.
                                                                                                                             Premium rates have decreased s¡gnifcantly in the last two years as the City's
Electric       582-538-722000 Workers Compensation                     $22,940             $8,940           $14,000          volume and s¡gn¡ficance of injur¡es decreases

Electric       582-538-727000 Office Supplies                           $1,000              $500              $500           Expense not needed
                                                                                                                                                        than necessary tn ant¡cipat¡on of quarterly statement
Electric       582-538-728000    Postage                                $1,750             $3,250           -$1,500                                     due notices

Electric       582-538-740000    Ooeratinq Suoolies                     $5,000            $10,000                                    to êstimate, all reasonable
                                                                                                                             $15,000 in unbudgeted tree trimm¡ng/removing expense, unplanned substat¡on
Electric       582-538-801 000   Professional Services                 $88,300           $1 19,300          -$31,000         supporl from Kent power

Electric       582-538-850000    Communication Expense                  $1,800            $3,800            -$2,000          New wireless serv¡ce and additiona¡ laptop for electric dept apprentice

Electric       582-538-863000    Equipment Maintenance                  $7,500            $11,500           -$4,000          Necessary repa¡rs, d¡ff¡cult to est¡mate in advance

                                 Gasoline & Oil                        $13,500            $18,000           -$4,500                 gas prices than anticipated at the time of budget
Electric       582-538-867000



                                                                                    Page 5 of 7
    City of Ghelsea
                                                                                                                                                                                        Proposed Amendments
    2010 - 201I Budget Amendments

                                                                                                           Net lmpact (Pos¡tlve
                                                                             Original
Fund              Line ltem   #   Line ltem Description
                                                                             Amount
                                                                                            New Amount       # indlcates reduced
                                                                                                            expense or increased
                                                                                                                                   Explanation
                                                                                                                   revenue)

                                                                                                                                   $10,000 for a 1 3 2 trânsformer at CRC, unantic¡pated repa¡r of Shepherd
Electric        582-538-933000    System Maintenance                         $70,000           $90,000           -$20,000          substation reclosure
Electric        582-538-942000    Rentals                                     $6,000            $3,000            $3,000           Did not ut¡l¡ze as much DPW equipment support as anticipated

Electric        582-538-957000    Training                                    $5,000           $10,000           -$5,000           Add¡t¡onal requirements put in place this year for annual l¡neworker safety tra¡ning

Electric        582-538-9661 01   lransfer to General Fund                   $19,388           $17,888            $1,500           Annual contribution to City Office ¡nstallment purchase lower than estimated
                                                                                                                                   ïransfer for interest due to pla¡ntiff as assessed by court plus part of $1000
Electric        582-538-966352    Transfer to Judgment Fund                  $43,458           $47,458           -$4,000           minimum þalance required in checking account
                                                                                                                                   Part of the MERS add'l âmount is actually pa¡d into a 'net pens¡on asset' account
Electric        582-538-9664'10   ïransfer to Retirement Fund               $162,690          $152,690           $10,000           for the enterprise funds per the êuditors That p¡ece is recogn¡zed in the balance
                                                                                                                                   sheet, not on the revenue/expenditure report
                                                                                     Electric Fund   Subtotal   $289,500           lncrease ¡n cash fund balance due to decreased expenses


Wastewater      590-000-608000    Sewer Charqes                             $1.113.344        $1,143,344         $30,000           Stronger sales than ant¡c¡pated
Wastewater      590-000-609000    Sewer Connection Fee                          $0             $28,000           $28,000           lvlore new home starts than ant¡c¡pated

Wastewater      590-000-61 0000   REU Capital Connections                       $0             $25,000           $25,000           l\4ore new bus¡ness starts than ant¡c¡pated

Wastewater      590-000-661 000   Sewer Penaltv                               $2,400             $0              -$2,400           Penalty pol¡cy changed after budget was establ¡shed
                                                                                                                                   D¡ff¡cult to est¡mate due to changes in        €sh   balance during and supris¡ngly low
Wastewater      590-000-664000    lnterest & Dividends                        $5,000            $1,500           -$3,500           interest rates continuing
Wastewater      590-548-702000    Salaries & Waqes                          $307,427          $267,427           $40,000           Stâff reduction and disability leave reduced expense
                                                                                                                                   Change ¡n employee allocations was m¡ssed in health insurance budgeted
Wastewater      590-548-71 6000   Health lnsurance                           $24,741           $27,741            -$3,000          allocation
Wastewater      590-548-71 7000   tife, ADD. Disabilitv lnsurance             $1,976            $2,976            -$1,000          Change in employee allocations was missed            in   budgeted expense allocalion

                                                                                                                                   Auditors require that we annually recogn¡ze as an expense the difference þetween
                                                                                                                                   amount of the longìerm OPEB l¡ab¡lity that should be set aside and the amount
Wastewater      590-548-7'18001   CPEB Expense                                  $0             $28,000           -$28,000          we were able to set aside. After making our annual contribution (approved at the
                                                                                                                                   6/14 council meeting), this ¡s the Wastewater expense associated with our
                                                                                                                                   unfunded 201 0-20'l'l obligation

Wastewater      590-548-727000    Cffice Supplies                             $2,500            $1,500             $1,000          Expense not needed
Wastewater      590-548-744000    Slothing                                    $3,200            $4,200            -$1,000          Underest¡mated uniform expense
Wastewater      590-548-801 000   Professional Services                      $67,7 16          $57,716           $10,000           Expense not needed
Wastewater      590-548-850000    Sommunication Expense                       $3,500            $4,000            -$500            Additional wireless card and laptop
Wastewater      590-548-867000    Sasoline & Oil                              $3,000            $6,000           -$3,000           Higher gas prices than ant¡c¡pated at the time of budget
                                                                                                                                   qctual expense Þased on department vehicles and equipment, underest¡mated at
Wastewater      590-548-91 0000   General, Auto, & Property Liability lns     $7,1 00          $1 2,1 00          -$5,000          :ime of budget

Wastewater      590-548-920000    Public Utilities                          $130,000           $110,000          $20,000           )¡ff¡cult to est¡mate, expense lower than ant¡c¡pated
Wastewater      590-548-938000    Plant Maintenance                          $20,000            $25,000          -$5,000           felevised l¡nes within the plant, not ant¡c¡pated at time of budget
Wastewater      590-548-9661 01   ïransfer to General Fund                                                                         qnnual contribution to C¡ty Off¡ce ¡nstallment purchase lower than est¡mated
                                                                             $19,388            $17,888           $1,500
                                                                                                                                   fransfer for ¡nterest due to p¡a¡nt¡ff âs assessed by court plus part of      $1   000
Wastewater      590-548-966352    Transfer to Judgment Fund                   $9,448           $10,448            -$1,000          rinimum balance required in checking account
                                                                                                                                   rart ofthe MERS add'l amount is actually paid into a'nel pens¡on asset'account
Wastewater      590-548-96641 0   ïransfer to Retirement Fund                $47,101           $27,101           -$20,000          br the enterprise funds per the auditors That piece is recogn¡zed in the balance
                                                                                                                                   ;heet, not on lhe revenue/expenditure report
Wastewater      590-548-971 000   út/astewater Treatment Replacement          $584              $1,584            -$1,000          qdditional expense related to programming for ema¡l¡ng of utility statements

Wastewater      590.548.992000    Debt Service lnterest                     $304,940           $21 1,940          $93,000          f,verestimated   -   d¡d not have f¡nal schedule at the time of budget

Wastewater      590-548-992002    Debt Service lnterest                       $870             $93,870           -$93,000          Jnderestimated       -   d¡d not have f¡nal schedule at the time of budget

                                                                               Wastewater Fund       Subtotal    $81,100           lncrease in cash fund balance due to decreased expenses


                591-000-556000               Protection                                              500                                                         at the l¡me of


                                                                                         Page 6 of 7
   City of Chelsea
                                                                                                                                                                                 Proposed Amendments
   2010 - 2011 Budget Amendments

                                                                                                        Net lmpact (Pos¡tlvê
                                                                          Original
Fund             Line ltem   #    Line ltem Descr¡ption
                                                                          Amount
                                                                                          New Amount      # ¡nd¡cates reduced
                                                                                                         expense or ¡ncr€ased
                                                                                                                                Explanation
                                                                                                                rcvenue)

úVater         591-000-606000     Water Connection Fee                      $o              $35,000           $35,000           N¡ore new home starts than anticipated

Water          591 -000-61 0000   REU Capital Connections                   $0              $45,000           $45,000           N,]lore   new bus¡ness starts than antic¡pated
Water          591 -000-660000    Water Penalty                           $4,000             $2,000           -$2,000           Penalty policy changed after budget was establ¡shed
Water          591 -000-664000    lnterest & Dividends                     $500              $3,000             $2,500          Stronger cash balance than anticipated
Water          591 -000-694000    Other Income                              $0               $6,000             $6,000          [/ore new home starts than ant¡c¡pated, increase   ¡n   water meter purchases
Water          591 -556-71 8000   Retirement Savings                      $9,585            $12,58s            -$3,000          Reallocation of employee not reflected in budgeted 401 contribution est¡mate

                                                                                                                                Aud¡tors require that we annually recognize as an expense the d¡fference between
                                                                                                                                amount of the Iong-term OPEB l¡ab¡lity that should be set aside and the amounl
Water          591-556-71 8001    OPEB Expense                               $0             $20,000           -$20,000          we were able to set as¡de After making our annual contribut¡on (approved at the
                                                                                                                                6/14 council mêeting), this is the Water expense associated with our unfunded
                                                                                                                                2O'l O-2O 1 1 obli gatìon.

                                                                                                                                Premium rates have decreased s¡gnifc€ntly in the last two years as the City's
Water          591-556-722000     Workers Compensation                    $10,205            $3,205            $7,000           volume and significance of injuries decreases

Water          591 -556-801 000 Professional Serv¡ces                     $31,316           $20,316           $11,000           Expense not needed

Water          591-556-850000   Communication Expense                      $2,1 00           $2,600            -$500            VPN serv¡ce required to provide secure access for water system monitoring

Water          591 -556-863000  Equipment Maintenance                     $6,000             $3,500            $2,500           Expense not needed

Water          591 -556-91 0000 General, Auto, & Property Liability lns   $14,000            $9,000            $5,000           Expense not needed

Water          591 -556-933000  System Maintenance                        $36,000           $46,000           -$10,000          Unantic¡pated repairs to water system

Water          59'1-s56-938000        Maintenance                         $17,000           $12,000            $5,000           Expense not needed

Water          59't-556-942000 Rentals                                    $11,500            $6,500            $5,000           Expense not needed
                                                                                                                                qnnual contribution to Cily Office installment purchase lower than estimated
Water          591 -556-9661 01 Transfer to General Fund                  $19,388           $17,888            $1,500
                                                                                                                                fransfer for ¡nterest due to plaintiff as assessed by court plus part of $'1000
Water          591 -556-966352    Iransfer to Judgment Fund               $11,337           $12,337            -$1,000          llinimum balance required ¡n check¡ng account
                                                                                                               -$1,000          qdditional expense related to programming for ema¡ling of utility statements
Water          591 -556-971 000   Equipment Replacement                    $584              $1,584
                                                                                     Watef Fund   Subtotal     $97,500          lncrease ¡n cash fund balence due to decreased expenses




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                                                                                           #a
                     Agenda ltem Summary
                     Meeting   of: June 28,2011

Agenda ltem Title: Western Washtenaw Recycling Authority (WWRA) Assessment

Submitted by: John P. Hanifan
Approved for submittal:                                           4t
                                       Jol^*v ?. H                li



                                       City Manager
Expfanation of Agenda ltem: Council held a work session on June 14,2011 to discuss the
proposed WWRA assessment and the possibility of moving to single stream recycling,
(presentation attached) and the impact to the annual assessment for WWRA. The city has
the option of becoming an "lnvesting" member or a "Associate" member. Associate
members are only getting service and have no board vote and would not see their
assessments go down.
Type of Request.'
Resolution (        Motion X
lf you are requesting a resolution, include your resolution   statement as an attachment to this
document upon submission.
Fiscal or Resource Gonsiderations:
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? ( YES X NO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? ( YES ( NO
Are staff or other resources required? ( YES X NO
Advisory Board/Commission/Committee Action/Recommendation: N/A

City Manager Comments/Recommendation:
Council should discuss the merits of both options and make a motion for the city to become
either an lnvesting Member or an Associate Member
Gity Manager Recommended Form of Motion: The City Council should adopt one of the
of following motions:
1)Motion for the City of Chelsea to become an Investing Member for the conversion to
single stream recycling for WWRA.
OR
2) Motion for the City of Chelsea to become an Associate Member.


Names and addresses of those to be       notified:    N/A
Attachments: lnformation from Council Work Session on June 14,2011 presented by
                                              wwRA S-Year tsudget Proiectlon - Slngle Stream system
                                                                An Extremely Conservative Proiected Budget

                                                                      20111          2012¿                2013              2014               2015                         2016

                                                                      $4s     00      $37,800              fi22,400          $;23,900           $24,600                     $25,300
Diesel fuel
                                                                     $486.900        $442,100             $352,400          $373,400           $384,600                    $396,700
Labor for MRF
                                                                      $850,300         $845,700            $36,400           Íf38,600           $39,700                     s40,900
FICA/SUTA/Medìcare
                                                                      $17,400          $817,400            $17,400           $ 18,600           $19,100                     $19 700
Insurance
                      lal¡or                                          $29,700          $29,700             $29,700           $29,700            $30,600                     $31,500
Conttact
                                                                                       $34,500             $30,000           $30,000            $30,000                     $30,000
Bin Trucks     -                 on/t'eplacement                      $34,500
                                                                                                                                                $43,500                     f143,500
                    lacenent all other                  ent           $32,500          $43,500             f843,500          $43,500
Maintenance -      all trucl<s                                        $1   00          $ 13,900            $1 1,100          $12,900            $13,300                     $t¡ 700
                                 ú:il ities                           s42,700          $36,000             s22,100           $28,600            $29,400                      $30,300
MRF- maintenarìce        ¿rncl
                                                                                                           $ 17,000           Í817,500          xi18,000                     $ 1 8,500
A               and                                                   $ 18,900         $|18,500
                                                                      $3e    0         $39"900             $39,900            $41,500               Í142,300                 $43
MiscellaneoLls suPPlies ancl expenses
                        ent otlrer ill¿ln truclcs/MRF                                  $17,500             $15,000            $15,750               fB   16,200              $t 700
Maìntenance of                                                         $1
Pu b lic hearings and County Ad ITì lll li ee) 20 I 1                  $21 000
County Admin Iìee - 2,0l2lI3lI4l15
                                               :                                         $4,000             $4,000              $4,000                   $4,000                $+ 000

Transport f'rorn w WRA building to AA M RF
                                               .fotal                                                     $657,900          $ì673,950           $691,400                    s71
                                                                 e    $852,300        s780.000

                                                                                                                                        o
                                                                                   ($490,000)       5
                                                                                                        ($49o,ooo)    n
                                                                                                                          ($490,000)        ($49o,ooo) "                    490
                            lìevenues fì'onr       roduct sal          90
                                                                                       ¡oon, nf¡r          ì,1,67i 00,,                        $201,400                     $!t,{,il00
                                                                                           26.36             $15.26
 Commeús:
    . For sinrplicity, all numtrers rounciecl to nearest $100 EXCEPT the operating    assessment
    .                                                                                             townslrip and citylvillage when applied
        Assessments are averagecl .vel all households I'or simplicity and woulcl be separatecl by
    .   The revenues pr.ojecteÀ do No]' inclucle any fìlrds fiom contracting otganizations and municipalities
 Foot Notes:
   l. Cunent year aud equivalent to buclget ¡ra.ssecl B Deoenrber 2010 but with higher fuel costs
   2. Constructiorl yeal.with expectation olsingle Stream operating fbr last 4 months
                                                                                        olthe year
   3. Sec.ncl f.ull year oIoperations witlr increased MRF maintenance   and trucl< maintenance plus the hilirrg of I enrployee
    4. County Administrative fees ch'op in years for which lto assessrnent hearing are
                                                                                             held
    -5. The levenue is t¡asecl o¡
                                  proclu'ci salå averages ror a 3 year period ancl not tlre cut'rently higlr rates being ¡laicl
    6. years 201 2 thro'gh z0 I ir anticipats no inc;ases in thá prices for
                                                                              product sold and reflects llo insreases in total volume of material
                                                                                                            presented here
    T.These assessmel.ìts are basecl on all B nrunicipalil.ies altcl are evenly spreacl by household as




                                                                                                                                                                  I   4 June 201 I
 Prepared by Frank l-latnrner'- Chair, Phil Bolyatcl, Manager
                                            WWRA s-Year uudget Hrolecuon                            - Jrngle )rream rysrem
                                                          A Conservative and Rational Proiected Budget

                                                                      2011'          20122               2013                20145          201s                2016

Diesel fuel                                                            $45,500         fB37,800           s22,4A0             $23,900        $24,600             $2s,300
Labor for MRF                                                         $486.900        s442,100           $352.400            $373,400       $384,600            $396,700
FICA/SUTA/Meclicare                                                    $50,300         $45,700            $36,400             $38,600        $39,700             $40,900
lnsurance                                                              $17,400         $17,400            $17,400             $18,600        $19,100             $19,700
Contract sorting labor                                                 fi29,700        $29,700            $29,700             $29,700        $30,600             $31,500
Bin Trucks - clepreciati                     eft                       $34,500         $34,500            $30,000             $30,000        $30,000             $30,000
                      acement all olher            1                   $32,500         $43,500            $43,s00             $43,500        $43,500             $43,500
Maintenance     -   all trucks                                         ft I 4,500      $   13,900            $l1,100          $ 12,900       $ 13,300            $13,700
MRF maintenance arld tltilities                                        ß42,700         $36,000               ß22,100          lù28,600       $29,400             $30,300
Accounting and      I                                                  $18,e00         f$18,500              $17,000          fB 17,500      $18,000             $r 8.s00
Miscell aneous suppl ies ancl expenses                                 $39,900         $39,900               $39,900          f[41,500       $42,300             $43,600
Maintenance of equipment other than trucks/MRF                         $18,500         $ 17,500              $15,000          $ 1 5,750      $16,200             $16.700
Public hearings ancl    Admin Fee - 201 I                              $21,000
County Admin Fee -201211 3l14lt5: $4,0004                                                  $4,000              Í14,000          $4,000           $4,000           $4.000
Transport from WWRA buildin to AA MRF
                                Total expense                         $852,300        $780.000           $657,900            $673,950       s691,400            $71

                                                                                                                                                                          0
                                                                         ,U,UUT'    ($522,000)'       ($588,000) "         ($588,000) "   ($617,400) "      ($648,200)
                          Revenues fronr
                                                                       1sd2.900                      : ''"   ,$,S!.;pi $
                                                                                                                                                 ri
                                                                                                                                                            '   r1$i66¡t00
                                                                                                                                     8l
Comments:
   .   Forsimplicity,all nuntbersloundecl toneaLestÍìl00EXCEPTtheoperatitrgassessment
   .   Assessments are averaged over all householcls for sirrplicity ancl would be separated by township and city/village when ap¡rliecl
   .   The reveuues projected clo NOT include any firncls 'fiom contracting organizations and municipalities
Foot Notes:
   I . Current year and equivalent to budget passed B December 20 l0 but with higher ftiel costs
   2. Construction yeal with expectation of Single Streanr operaling for last 4 months of the year
   3. Second full yåar. of operatiqrrs with increased MRF n'lâilrtenance and truck maintenance plus the hiling of I employee
   4. County Administrative fees clrop in years for which no assessment heating are helcl
   5. The reve¡ue is basecl on produci sale averages for a 3 year period and not the currently high rates being paid
   6.years 2012 through 20l6 anticipate no increases in tlre prices for product sold and l'eflects only increases in total volume of nraterial
   7. These assessments are based on all 8 municipalities and are evenly spread by household as presentecl lrere




                                     Cha,ir, Phil Bolyarcl, Manager
                                                                                                                                                      l4   June 201   1
 Preparecl by Frank l-lammer     -
                             Proposal to Change Current Model to Efficient Single Stream with 4 WWRA Members
                                                                                                                                                                              Table   1
  Revenue                  Sourcc                               model                    Revenue         orted Sin    Stream-4memberrn
Miles driven/yr fbr bin piclcups to WWRA                                53.600       Miles driven/yr for bin pickups to WV/RA          33,000
 12,200 gal diesel firel (Ð, $3. 0/eallon'                                   $41,500 7,000 eal diesel fuel @ $3.40/eallonr                 $23,800
Labor for MRF- operations (8 FT 't- 2PT)¿                                  $446,300  Labor for MRF operations (6 FT + zPT)z               $339,500
FICA/SUTA/Medicare                                                           $46,100 FICA/SUTA/MecIicare                                   $36,400
Insurance                                                                    $17,400 lnsurance                                             $817,400
Contract solting labor                                                       $29,700 Contract sorting labor                                 s29,700
2 tsin Trucks - depreciationheplacement                                      $34,500 2 Bin Trucks - depreciation/replacementr              $24,000
Depreciation/replacement ¿rl I othe r ecì ui pment                           $32.s00 f)epreciation/replacement all other equipment         $43,s00
Maintenance - all trucks                                                     $14,500 Maintenance - all trucks                                f[8,700
MRF- maintenance ancl utilities                                              s42,700 MRF maintenance and utilities                         $22,1 00
Accounting and payroll                                                       $18,900 Accounting ancl payroll                               $r7.000
Miscellaneous supplies and expenses                                          $39,900 Miscellaneous supplies and expenses                   $39,900

Maintenance oI equipment othcr than trucks/MRt                                     fN   I 8,500    Maitrtenance of equipment other than trucks/MRF                       $15,000
Public liearings and County Admin Fee - 20If                                       ÍN17,000        Public hearinss and County Adrnin Fee - 20I1u                         $ 15,000
Connty Admin Fee - 2012113114/15 lì4,0004    :                                                                                         :
                                                                                                   County Admin Fee - 20l2lI3ll4l15 $4,0004
                                                 'fotal expense                   $854,800                                                 Total expense               $631,000

                               Revenues flrom product sales                  ($420,700)                Revenues from product sales al20Yo increase                    ($504,800)
                                                   asseSS,melrfs        r   r'   ',$49'4-r¡96:',            Monies, required fo,r special;asséssments                  s126p00
     OpèrÊti'ng                                        per veàrr    '               $5    i00P'       Operatins Assess,m ent Der,hdr¡sehold ber veârr'

                                                                                                             Assessment for build/equip/household/vear"                 $33.21"o

F'oot Notes:
   l. Diesel fuel based on projected costs nrinus road taxes
  2. Salaries include all beneFits
  3. Less wear a¡rd tear on trucl<s sets a I 0 year clepreoiation cycle - See Table 2 for details
  4. County Administrative l'ees dro¡r in years for which no assassment hearings are held
  5. Assessments are averaged over all householcls fbl sinrplicity and would be separated by township and city when applied - See Table 2
  6. Special assessment fot new building and single stream oquipment is projectecl at tlie high end - Table 2
  7. ln the first year of operations, while single stream is being initiated, thete will be need for an operating assessnrent as well as the other assessment   -   Table 2

    operational assessmel'lt shall be lowelecl and iFit zeros out, the equiprnent assessment          will   be lowered.



Prepared by Frank Flanrmer, Chair ancl Phil Bolyard, Manager                                                                                          2 April20l'l
                               proposal to Change Current Model to Efficient Single Stream with 4 WWRA Members


                                                 Details on Anticipated Savings and Cost Reductions                                                             Table 2

Revenue               rted Source      S                       Revenue                             Stream       Cost                            tm rovements
Carclboard/plastics bins                                  All materials
- 2,250 trips/year dumpecl at 2 locations                 - Assuming 207o redr.rction in bin numbets            - Saves 1,200 manìours of labor
- 20 minutes for 2 dumps each tlip                        - 2,455 bin trips/yeal' dumped at I location          - Saves 450 gallons offiel on clunrps
- 750 man-l'rours spent cloing 4,-500 dumps               - l0 minutes for I   dumP                             - Saves 1,850 gallons of fuel on bin pickups
                                                          - 410 manhours f-or 2,455 dumPs                       - Saves wear & tear on tlre tl'ucks
                                                                                                                - Allows fbr longer truck life expectancy
Recvcling bins with 6 compaftments
- 950 trips/year duntped at 6 locatiotrs
- 45 minutes for 6 dumps each tri¡r
- 715 rnan-hours spent doing 5,700 dumps

Curbside colleotions                                      Curbsicle Collections
                                                          - Chelsea: 2nen@ I clay (16 hours/week)                - Saves 1,664 hoursiyear
- Chelsea: 3 rnen @ 2 days (48 houts/weel<)
                                                          - Using nrore fì;el eflìcient garbage truck            - Saves $750/year on tires ph.rs 500 gallorrs of fuel
- Triple axle trailer reqttires I set o1'tires/year

Equipment                                                 Equipment
                                                          - Eliminate with blue book value fB 12,000             - Sell 3 items and collect $37,000
- 2000 1-ton pickup truck (diesel)
                                                          - Eliminate wìth bh.re book value $ 10,000             - Sell baler appraised at greater than $35,000
- 1997 JCB loader (diesel Powered)
                                                          - Elirninate with blue book value $15,000              - Fuel savings of 1,500 gallons/year
- 2007 curbside trailer
- 2.5 ton/hr baler with required attenclant               - Replace with 5 ton/hr ftrlly automatic baler

Labor support                                             Labor suÞport
- Manager                                                  - Manager
                                                           - Eliminated - baler operator                         - saves I - man-year of labor
- Baler opetator
- Bobcat operator                                          - Bobcat operator
                                                           - Eliminate tipping wal I teclrnician                 - saves I -man-year of labor
- Tipping wall technician
- 2 MRF technicians                                        - 2 MRF technicians
- 3 driver positions                                       - 3 driver positions
                                                           - I curbside technician - palt-tirne                  - saves 1,250 man-hours
- 2 curbside technicians - part-time
- S.A.l. boot        labor                                 - S.A.l boot        labor
                                                                                                                 EouipmenVBuildine
Ooerational assessments:
 - For Townships $51 pel yeal' per lrouscholcl
                                                                                                                     - Townships = $24 per housel-rold per year
 - For City of Chelsea $103 per year per householcl
                                                                                                                     - City = $57 per household Per Year
                                                                                                                  Operating Assessmeirt years 2 thru 5r
                                                                                                                      - Townslrips : $ l4 per househol dlyeat
                                                                                                                                        erh

                                                                                                                                 ancl $36 for the city
 Footnote:    1   .   For the first year, while converting to Single Stream the operating assessment will be $ I 9 for townships
                                                                                                            per household per year and tl'ìe city will be $16'90
                      If product sales increas e 3}o/o,the township operational assessments will be $10.80
                      lf pr.oduct sales increas e 4¡yoi,the townshiþ operational assessments will be $5.40 pet household per year and the city will be $B'50
                                                        Manager                                                                                 2 April 2011
 Prepared by Frank Hammer, Chair and Phìl Bolyard,
                             Proposal to Change Current Model to Efficient Single Stream with 4 WWRA Members

                                                                         30%n increase                 in Product Sales
                                                                                                           Ilevenue supported single stream              -   4 member municipalities
 Revenue Supported Source Separatecl-current model
                                 to V/WRA                                53                              for bin
                                                                                                       Miles            to IIWRA                                             33,000
Miles           1'-or bin
                                                                                $41,500 7 000     diesel fìrel   $3.40/                                                           $23 800
72 200     diesel fuel    $3.40i
                              FT -t- 2                                         $446,300 Labor for MRF                6FT +2                                                      $338
Labor for MRF
                                                                                $46,100 FICA/SUTA/Medicare                                                                        $¡ 400
FICA/SUTA/Medicare
                                                                                 $17,400 Insurance
                                                                                                                                                                                      I7
Insurance
                                                                                 529,700 Contlact        labor                                                                       s29,700
Contract            labor
                                                                                 $34,500 2 Bin Trucks -                  I                                                           Sz+ 000
}BinTrucks      -                                                                                                  all other                                                         $43,500
                                 all other                                       $32,500
                                                                                 $14,500 Maintenance - all trucks                                                                     fi8,700
Maintenance - all trucks
                                                                                 542,700 MRF maintenance and utilities                                                               $22,100
MRF maintenance ancl utìlities
           and         l1                                                        $ 18,900            and       ll                                                                    $17,000
                                                                                                                                                                                     $39,900
Miscellaneous       lies ancl                                                    $39,900 Miscellaneous stl    es ancl
                                                                                                      of              other than trucks/MRF                                          $15,000
Maintenance of             t other than trucks/MRlì                              $18,500 Maintenance
                                                                                                         and           Admin Fee - 2011                                              $15,000
Public         and            Aclmin Fee - 2011                                  $17,000 Public
        Admin F ee 20 1 2l _l I 4t 1 5 $+ 0 00
                                  1
                                                                                          C      Adrnin Fee 20 I 2ll it 1 4t 1 5
                                                                                                                                    Total                                        s631,000
                                           Total                                $854,800

                                                                                                                Revenues from                sales at 30olo increase            $54ó,9U1
                                Revenues fiom                 sales
                                                                                    / âLr,,.lr¡lf'rr                                                                                   |4.,100
                                                                                                                                                                                      $10.46


                                                                                                                     Assessment    for                                               $33.21

 Foot Notes:
   I . Diesel Fuel based on projected costs minus l'oad taxes
   2. Salaries include all benefits
   3. Less wear and tear on trucks sets a i 0 year de¡rleciation cycle   -'   See   Table 2 for details
                                                                                                       held
                                                                                                       r year   -   for the city $16.90 per household per year
                                                                                                        tlre high end
                                                                                                         lueed for an operating assessment as well as the other assessment
                                                                                                        ll be lowerecl iny"ur1. Adclitionally, if revenues are highel than anticipated, the
                                                                                                       sment will be lowered.


                                                                                                                                                                       2 April2011
 Preparecl by Frank l{aurmer, Chail"anrJ   I'hil l3olyard, Manager
                                           proposal to Change Current Model to Efficient Single Stream with't'WWRA Members
                                                                     409/o increase in Product Sales

 Revenue                    Source S                                                            model                               Revenue Su                         Stream-4memberm
                                    to WWRA                                                        53,600                        Miles clriven/yr for bin PickuPs to WWRA               33,000
Miles               for bin
                                                                                                                                 7   0      diesel fuel    $3.40/                             s23 00
l2             diesel fuel    3.401                                                                             f$41,500
Labor for MRF                                            FT+2                                              $446,300              Labor for MRF                     6FT +2                   Íü33 500

FICA/SUTA/Meclicare                                                                                         $46,100              FICA/SUTA/Meclicare                                          $so
                                                                                                            $17,400              Insurance                                                    $17 400
lnsurance
              labor                                                                                         fi29,700             Contract           labor                                     s29,700
Contract
                                                                                                                                 2 Bin Trucks -                                               $24,000
2 Bin Ttucks         -                                                                                      $34,500
                                                                                                                                                     acement all other                        $43,500
                                                    all other                             t                 $32,500
                                                                                                            $14,500              Maintenance - all        ks                                   f|8,700
Maintenance - all truclcs
                                                                                                            fi42,700             MRF maintenance       and r.rtilities                        $22,100
MRF maintenance ancl utilities
                                                                                                            $18,900                            and                                            $17,000
Accoun      and
                         and                                                                                $39,900              Miscellaneous            s ancl                              $39,900
Miscellaneous
             of              other than trucks/MRF'                                                         $18,500               Maintenance of                  other than trucksiMRF       $15,000
Maintenance
                              Admin Fee - 201 1                                                             x[17,000              Public           ancl             Admin Fee - 2011          $15,000
Public          ancl
        Aclmin Fee -  2012113114115 =                                                                                                      Admin Fee     - 20l2ll3ll4ll5 -
                                           Total                                                                                                                                 Total                    $631,000


                                               Revenues from                                  sales                                  Revenues from              uct sales at40% increase                    rö9,UUU
                 i   ,?! rrrill i,1l,i! I,!ii!;..     -h¡iìf i.i-:-.   -r- i r':^t ,^.;                                                                                                                     $42,000



                                                                                                                                           Assessment     for                                              s33.21
Foot Notes:
  l. Diesel fuel     based on projected costs lnitrus road taxes
     2. Salaries i¡rclude all benefits
     3. Less wear and tear on trucks sets a I 0 year clepreciation cycle                              -   See   Table 2 for details
     4.                                                                                                         earings are held
     5.                                                                                                         seholcl per year     -   for the city $8.50 per household per year
     6.                                                                                                          Projected   t

     7-
                                                                                                                    I
                                                                                                                iheie will                            g assessment as well as the other assessment
     B.lf the first year operational Assessment is higher thau                                needed,     the assessment                              2. Adclitionally' if revenues are higher than anticipatecl' the
       operational assessment shall be lowered and if it zeros out, the equipment asse




                                                                                                                                                                                             2 April2}1l
 Prepared by Frank Flammer, Chair and Fhil Bolyarcl^ Matrager
                Agenda Item Summary
                Meeting of: June 28,201 1

Agenda ltem Title: Power Purchase Agreement        - AMP   FREMONT Project


Submitted by: John P. Hanifan, City Manager
Approved for   submittal:        Ja/,u.w   p. Høní/a.w
                                City Manager
Explanation of Agenda ltem:
The City of Chelsea has long term power needs. Attached is a presentation for the City
to acquire an ownership stake in a Combined Cycle Gas project through a long term
power purchase agreement with the Michigan Public Power Agency (MPPA).

Type of Request (see next page for descriptions):
Resolution         Motion   X
lf you are requesting a resolution, include your resolution statement as an attachment
to this document upon submission.
Fiscal or Resource Considerations:
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? YES X NO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? YES NO
Are staff or other resources required? YES X NO


Gity Manager Gomments/Recommendation: Adding an ownership stake in a
Combined Cycle Gas Plant will help diversify our power generating assets which can   .
provide long term rate stability. Our city would sign a long term power purchase
agreement with MPPA for approximately 35 years.

City Manager Recommended Form of Motion: Motion for the City of Chelsea to
approve the concept of entering into a long term power purchase agreement with the
MPPA for the AMP Fremont Combined Cycle Gas Project.


Names and addresses of those to be notified:
Pete Schimpke, MPPA
Dave Walters, MPPA
 Attachments:
 Prese ntation attached.



AII Agenda ltem Summaries and any attachments are due in the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on
the Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting. If the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a holiday, then the submission deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
 04t2005




 Description.' Reso lution
 A formal statement by City Council specifically not¡ng the decision made. The Mayor
 and City Clerk sign this statement as a document separate from the City Council
 minutes. A resolution is often used for items that require documented support for a City
 Council decision or for key City Council decisions.

 Description: Motion
 A less formal statement by City Council specifically noting the decision made. Motions
 are documented within the City Council minutes and are signed by the Mayor and City
 Clerk as part of the minutes.
    American Municipal Power (AMP)
Natural Gas Comb¡ned Cycle Plant Project



                AMP Fremont Plant Project
                              June 201 I
AMP Fremont Project

 . AMP is American Municipal Power
 " They are a non-profit municipal joint action agency located
   in Columbus, Ohio
 o Members of AMP come from six (6) states
 " They own and operate electrical facillties with the purpose
   of providing generation and transmission to its members
 " Similar to Michigan Public Power Agency (MPPA) only much
   bigger
 . ln business since 1971 and a known and trusted entity
AMP Fremont Project

 . The Project is a natural gas combined cycle (NGCC) facility
    located near Fremont, Ohio
  " lts base rating is 512 MW and is comprised of two
    generating units
  " Additional capacity (t 63 MW) using "duct firing" will also be
    available
  . AMP bought the facility from First EnergY at a good price
  " Project started as a peaking plant (combustion turbine) but
    Firit Ene rgy does not need it anymore. Being converted to
    NGCC.
  o Project is new-never been put on line
  o Project is expected to run mostly M-F sixteen (l 6)
    hou rs lday, subject to market prices and maintenance
                                                Ç



AMP Frernont Project

  o AMP is offering ownership to MPPA of about 28 MW base
    capacity with associated duct fired capacity (about 9 MW)
  . MPPA would buy into the Project as a minority owner
  o Our city utility would sign a long térm purchase power
    agreement (PPA) with MPPA. Term of the PPA would most
    li ke ly be 3 5 years
  . This project structure will be very similar to the existing
      M PPA   projects
      .   Belle River Power PIant Project
      .   Campbell 3 Power Plant Project
      .   Kalkaska Combustion Turbine Project
AMP Fremont Project

 . This project structure is a long time proven method in the
    power industrY
  o MPPA would take out the debt required
  . Our city utility would issue no debt but would be committed
    to the Project via the PPA
AMP Fremont Project

 o Almost no construction risk
 " Project is 99% complete and undergoing start-up testing
   now
 . Lower financing costs compared to a new plant
   . No construction fund
   . No capitalized interest fund
 " Very efficient plant (NCCC). Almost 50% for base load
   o pe ratio n
   . Coal plants typically 3 5 - 39%
   . Combustion turbine plants typicallV 25-30%
 . Very low technical risk. Combined Cycle plants are time
   proven
AMP Fremont Project

 " Uses natural gas which is considered very environmentally
   frie nd ly
 . Located near major gas pipelines to take advantage of
    competition in the natural gas industry
  . Projected future natural gas prices are expected to remain
    low for decades
  . Located near high voltage electrical lines to easily transmit
    power from the plant
  o Cost of the power from this plant is expected to "beat the
    market" by a wide margin
AMP Fremont Project

 o Obviously AMP. They actually tried to buy it years ago but
   lost out to First EnergY
 " RW Beck, AMP's engineering consultant
   . Performed a detailed assessment of the project
   . RW Beck is very well respected by Wall Street so Project
     financing will not be a Problem
   . Because of RW Beck's assessment the overall Project risk is
     considered low
  O MPPA
   . They have performed an independent assessment of the Project
   . They have been looking at NGCC for years and this is the best
     deal they have seen
AMP Fremont Project

 o About two years ago MPPA hired a consulting company to
   perform a NGCC Siting Study to study "greenfield" sites for
   a new NGCC facilitY
  .MppA's consultant also studied converting three existing
   combustion turbines at three different sites to NCCC units
  .MPPA has been approached by a power marketer to buy
      power from a potential project (PPA)
  "   MppA has been approached by another entity to buy into
      their project (owners h iP option)
  .   The AMP Fremont Project is the best of the options
AMP Fremont Project

 . Natural gas prices are volatile but AMP can mitigate that
   risk via various methods. Coal prices much more stable
 o Unknown and unanticipated new environmental laws that
   might make natural gas much more expensive such as
   shale gas environmental laws. Any such laws usually are
   many years in the making and not likely to happen soon, ¡f
   eve r.
 o AMP Fremont may be a    little more expensive than market   in
   the first I -3 years
 . Market price forecasts for power are too low making this
   Project less attractive
 . RW Beck and AMP have looked at all of this and feels the
   benefits outweigh the risks.
AMP Fremont Project


 " First, let'S look at natu ral gas forecasts
 . MPPA looked at RW Beck's forecast and one performed by a
      different entity and there is a difference
  "   Natural gas prices directly affect the cost of power from the
      Project but also directly affect market prices
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    AMP Fremont Project
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                                                        .ìb
                                                      .F'     .É'. rs" rd9 .É"" .É'" .É.                           "FÑ
                                                          Year
AMP Fremont Project

 o Third, let's look at the Project costs versus market power
   pnces
 o
   MppA looked at RW Beck's market power forecast and one
   performed by a different entity and there is a difference
AMP Fremont Project
                                          AMP FREMONT
                                VS PJM FIRST ENERGY ATSI MARKET
                                USING AVERAGE N. GAS FOREGAST
        250



        200



        '150

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  =
  e
        1   00
  Ø
  o
  (-)

            50                                    *+-"AMP   FREMONT




             0

                 .ñ c"
                         "ñ rñ "s "g .É¡ 4,,""f .É" .fl               .É""   .É" ."É. ",1Ñ
AMP Fremont Project

 . The other two options received by MPPA but these options
   are not as attractive
 o Buying peak power from the market.
   . The market can be very volatile
   . The market prices are expected to rise significantly soon as
     environmental requirements force old coal plants to retire and
     raise the cost of power from some existing plants
AMP Fremont Project

 . AMP d¡d not approach MPPA until early May.
 . They are also marketing it to others so ¡t may not be
      available for long.
  '   MppA d¡d not receive the other two proposals until the third
      week in May. These proposals verified the AMP proposal is
      the best.
AMP Fremont Project


 '   First, let's look at a typical generation mix or a utility
AMP Fremont Project
            POWER SUPPLY RESOURCES
         TYPTCAL MtX (% OF PEAK DEMAND)




                                          ¡ BASE RESOURCE
                                          ¡ INTERMEDIATE RESOURCE
                                          ¡ PEAKING RESOURCE
AMP Fremont Project

 o The base, intermediate, and peaking resources can be
   satisfied through ownership or purchased power
      agreements
  "   Ownership is usually best in the long term especially when
      tax exempt financing can be used which is MPPA's type of
      financing
AMP Fremont Project

 o Next, let's look at our city utilities mix both with and
   without AMP Fremont
 " Assume 3.70 MW of AMP Fremont
AMP Fremont Project
                             CHELSFA
                       2012 GENERATION MIX
                         WITHOUT AMP FREMONT

                                               BASE RESOI.JR.CE5
                                                    28%




                                                     INTERMEDIATE
                                                      RESOURCES
                                                          o%


                                               PEAKING RESOURCES
 UNDEFINED RESOURCES                                   20%
        52%
AMP Fremont Project
                                  CHELSEA
                            2012 GENERATION MIX
                               WITH AMP FREMONT
                                                  BASE RESOURCES
 UNDEFINED RESOURCES
                                                      28%
        33%




                                                   INTERMEDIATE
        PEAKING RESOURCES                          RESOURCES
              20%                                     19%
AMP Fremont Project
                             CHELSEA
                       2025 GENERATION MIX
                         WITHOUT AMP FREMONT
                                               BASE RESOURCES
                                                   28%
 UNDEFINED RESOURCES
        s2%
                                                           INTERMEDIATE
                                                            RESOURCES
                                                                o%




                                                  PEAKING RESOURCES
                                                         20%
AMP Fremont Project
                                CHELSEA
                          2025 GENERATION MIX
                             WITH AMP FREMONT
                                                BASE RESOURCES
                                                    28%

    UNDEFINED RESOURCES
             33%




 PEAKING RESOURCES                                 INTERMEDIATE
       20%                                          RESOURCES
                                                       19%
AMP Fremont Project

 . Our city's projected 201 2 cost/MWH without AMP Fremont
      is abour $6+.27(still being fine tuned)
  .   AMp Fremont's projected 201 2 cost/ MWH is about $ 54.56
      so it comPetitivelY Priced
  .   Long term AMP Fremont costs are expected to beat the
      market (see earlier slides)
AMP Fremont Project

 a uest ons?
                Agenda Item Summary
                Meeting of: June 28,201 1

Agenda ltem Title: Chelsea Fairways     -   Special Assessment Resolution to Direct
Gity Manager to compile report
Submitted by: John P. Hanifan, City Manager
                                                        A .tt
Approved for   submittal:         Jo/4*w n
                                  City Manager
Explanation of Agenda ltem:
To begin the Special Assessment Process, according to City Charter, Sec. 24-5 Survey
and Repod:
  "Before the Council shall consider the making of any local public improvement, the
 same shall be referred by resolution to the city manager directing him fo cause to be
prepared a report which shall include necessary plans, profiles, specifications and
detaíled esfimafes of cost, and estimate of the life of the improvements, a description of
the the assessrnent district or districts, and such other peftinent information as will
permit the council to decide the cost, extent and necessity of the improvement
proposed and what parf or portion thereof should be paid by special assessments upon
the property especially benefited and what paft, if any, should be paid by the city at
large."
Type of Request (see next page for descriptions):
Resolution         Motion    X
lf you are requesting a resolution, include your resolution statement as an attachment
to this document upon submission.
Fiscal or Resource Considerations:
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? YES X NO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? YES NO
Are staff or other resources required? YES X NO


City Manager Comments/Recommendation: Adopt the following resolution to direct
City Manager to prepare the report as required by City Charter.
City Manager Recommended Form of Resolution: Resolution for the City of
Chelsea to direct the City Manager to prepare a repoft as specified in the City Charfer,
 Sec. 24-5, Suryev and report, for the purpose of determining whether to proceed with
the Special Assessment and what portion should be paid by the City at large.

 Names and addresses of those to be notified:
 Matt Jordan, Chelsea Fairways Home Owner's Association



Attachments:
 Presentation attached.



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the lVednesday prior to the City Council meeting. tf the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a hotiday, then the suþmission deadline is 5:00 pm. on Tuesday.
 0412005




 Description.' Resolution
 A formal statement by City Council specifically noting the decision made, The Mayor
 and City Clerk sign this statement as a document separate from the City Council
 minuteé. A resolution is often used for items that require documented support for a City
 Council decision or for key City Council decisions.

  Description: Motion
 A less formal statement by City Council specifically noting the decision made. Motions
 are documented within the City Council minutes and are signed by the Mayor and City
 Clerk as part of the minutes.
                 Agenda ltem Summary
                 Meeting of: June 28,2011

Agenda ltem Title: Ordinance No. 166-2011-05 - Rezoning of parcels 06-06-13-100-
003, 06-07-18-200-012, 06-06-12-140-004, 005, and 007, and part of 06-06-170-002.
Submitted by: James L. Drolett   -   Planning and Zoning Administrator

Approved for Submittal:
                                     City Manager
Explanation of Agenda ltem: This office is in the process of producing a Replacement
Official Zoning Map. The current Official Zoning Map was adopted in 1974, and has
become functionally obsolete as the tax parcel numbering system has changed and the
Map Book did not include the areas around the City that came into our jurisdiction when
we achieved Cityhood. Also, the Map Book is well worn after 37 years. ln creating a new
Map, it was found that some parcels had been zoned or rezoned in the past and the
parcels current usage did not match the current zoning. Therefore, this office is seeking
to properly zone these parcels prior to the adoption of the new Official Zoning Map.
There are three property owners affected by these rezonings and they have all been
informed of the City's intended actions. The Masties on Old U.S. 12, St. Paul United
Church of Christ on Old U.S. 1 2 and Chelsea Milling. The Masties and Chelsea Milling
have approved the rezonings in writing and this office has received no comment from
the Church. All were sent notice of the Public Hearing.
Fiscal or Resource Considerations:
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? YES         (     No(x    )
lf YES, are funds budgeted? YES         ( )
                                        NO    )     (
Are staff or other resources required? YES          ( )
                                                  NO ( X )


Advisory Board/Commission/Committee Action/Recommendation          : On May 1 7,
2011, the Planning Commission held a Public Hearing on the proposed rezoning of the
parcels and have recommended approval of the rezoning to the City Council. (see
attached minutes)

Staff Gomrnents: Staff recommends the rezoning of all six parcels
 Gity Manager Comments/Recommendation: The City Manager concurs with the staff
 recommendation.




 City Manager Recommended Form of Motion: Motion to adopt Ordinance No, 166-
 2011-05 to amend the City Zoning Map.




 Names and addresses of those to be notified:
 Chelsea Milling, Attn: John Powers, 201 E. Nofth St. Chelsea, Ml 481 18
 David and Marjorie Mastie, 14490 E. Old U.S. 12 Chelsea, M148118
 St. Paul United Church of Christ, Attn: Don Kruse, 14600 E. Old U.S. 12, Chelsea, Ml
 Attachment:1. Ordinance 166-201 1-05




AII Agenda ltem Summaries and any attachments are due in the City Clerk's Ofîice by 5:00 p.m. on
the Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting. If the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a holiday, then the submission deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
 0412005
                           ORDTNANCE NO. 166-2011-05


AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE PROVISIONS OF ORDINANCE NO. 166'
KNOWN AS THE CHELSEA CITY ZONING ORDINANCE AS IT RELATES TO
THE ZONING MAP.


The City of Chelsea Ordains:

SECTION 1. That the official ZoningMap, attached thereto and adopted together with
Ordinance No. 166, specif,rcally Maps No. 5,6,11 &15, be and the same is hereby
amended as follows:

The following described prernises, be and the same is hereby rezoned from RS-2 to I-1
Industlial.

DESCRIPTION: Parcel ID #'s 06-06-12-140-004, 06-06-12-140-005 and 06-06-12-140-
007, Being Lots 6.7 and 9 of Mary P. Frazers Addition.


Also, the following described premises, be and the same is hereby rezoned from RS-2
and PUD to RS-2, Single Family Residential.

DESCRIPTION: Parcel ID # 06-07-18-200-012




Also, the following described premises, be and the same is heleby rezoned t'om PUD to
RS-2, Single Farnily Residential.

DESCRIPTION: Parcel ID # 06-06-13-100-003




Also, the following described prernises, be and the same is hereby rezoned from I-2 to I-1
Industrial.

DESCzuPTION: Parcel ID # Pafi of 06-06-12-170-002
STATE OF MICHIGAN
COUNTY OF V/ASHTENAV/

         I, Teresa Royal, Clerk of the City of Chelsea, hereby certiff that above
Ordi¡ance was offered after public hearing and recommendation by the Chelsea
City Planning Comnrission at a regular meeting of the Chelsea City Council held
on tlre             2011, at7.00 p.m. o'clock and that the following mernbels
were present:

The following mernbers were absent:

       The upon motion made by                     and seconded by                  said
Ordinance was adopted on the following vote:


         AYES
         NAYES

         I fuither certify that
                             on   the        daY of                   I caused a true
copy of said Ordinance to be published in the Chelsea Standard, a    newspaper
circulated in the City of Chelsea, and that said Ordinance and the record of
publication was duly recorded in the Book or Ordinances of the Cþ of Chelsea
ãnd is available for public use and inspection at the offices of the Chelsea City
Clerk.



                                               Teresa Royal, City Clerk




                                                Jason Lindauer, Mayor

Dated:
                Agenda ltem Summary
                Meeting of: June 28, 2011

Agenda ltem Title: Appointment of Christine Linfield to the Chelsea Area Construction
Agency
Submitted by: John Hanifan
Approved for su bmittal   :
                                            \
                                   ity Magz{þr      /
Explanation of Agenda ltem: UnMne C[5/sea Area Construction Agency Amended
By-Laws, Article ll, states: The Agency shall be governed by a Board of Directors,
hereinafter referred to as the Board, consisting of one representative from each
padicipating municipality.


Under Article V it states: ln the event of a vacancy on the Board, the legislative body of
the Constituent Municipality selecting such representative shallfill the vacancy.
Fiscal or Resource Considerations: YES                      NO
                                                -
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? YES      -               NO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? YES       _NO                                -            -
Are staff or other resources required? YES      -
                                                NO
                                                        -            -
Advisory Board/Commission/Gommittee Action/Recommendation                    :




Staff Comments:




City Manager Comments/Recommendation                :
Gity Manager Recommended Form of Motion: To appoint Christine Linfield to the
Chelsea Area Construction Agency (CACA).




Names and addresses of those to be notified:




Attachments:




AttAgenda ltem Summaries and any altachments are due in the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on
the iVednesday prior to the City ôouncit meeting. lf the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a holiday, then the submission dea ine is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday-
 09/2008
                Agenda ltem Summary
                Meeting of: June 28,2011

Agenda ltem Title: Approval of DDA Bylaws
                                       .-1
Submitted by: John P. Hanifan
                                                    I
Approved for submittal:
                                                   ,l
                                City Manager   /-t/
Explanation of Agenda ltem: To review and approve the Downtown Development
Authority (DDA) By-Laws. The purpose of these Bylaws is to facilitate the performance
by the DDA and its Board in the duties as outlined by the Act and the Ordinances.


 Fiscal or Resource Considerations: YES      NO
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of -
                                         -       funds? YES             NO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? YES        NO                         -          -
                                   - YES
Are staff or other resources required?    -     NO
                                               -        -
Advisory   Boa rd/Gom m iss ion/Gom m ittee Action/Recom mendatio n :




Staff Comments:




Gity Manager Gomments/Recommendation: Approve the DDA Bylaws
 City Manager Recommended Form of Motion:




 Names and addresses of those to be notified:




 Attachments:




All Agenda ltem Summaries and any attachments are due in the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on
the Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting. lf the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a holiday, then the submrssion deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
 09/2008
                CHELSEA DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY
                           CIIELSEA, MICHIGAN

                                          BY.LAWS


ARTICLE I Name and Principal Offïce

        The name of this Authority is the Downtown Development Authority (the "DDA") of
the City of Chelsea, Washtenaw County, Michigan (the "City"). The principal office of the
DDA is located at 305 South Main Street, Chelsea, Michigan 48118.

ARTICLE 2 Purpose of the DDA and the Purpose of the By-Laws

        Section 1.
        The purpose of the DDA is established by the Downtown Developrnent Authority Act,
 Act I97 of I975, as amended, (the "Act"), and the Ordinances of the City (the "Ordinances.").
In the event of an ambiguity in these By-Laws or conflict with the Act, the Act shall confi'ol.

        Section 2.
        The purpose of these Bylaws is to facilitate the performance by the DDA and its Board
in the duties as outlined by the Act and the Ordinances.

ARTICLE 3 Geographic Boundaries of the DDA District

       The geographic boundaries of the DDA District is that established by the City and is
depicted in the attached appendix (the "District".)

ARTICLE 4 Board of Directors

      Section 1.
      The business and affairs of DDA shall be managed by its Board of Directors (the
"Board") pursuant to the Ordinances and the Act.

       Section 2.
       The Board shall consist of the Mayor of the City and not less than eight (8) or more
than twelve (12) members as determined by the City Council.

        Section 3.
        Members of the Board shall be appointed by Mayor of the City, subject to approval by
the City Council. Not less than a majority of the members shall be persons having an interest in
property located in the District or offrcers, members, trustees, principals, or employees of a


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legal entity having an interest in properly located in the District. Not less than I of the members
snãl Ue a iesideni of the District, if the District has 100 or more persons residing within it.

        Section 4.
        Of the members first appointed, an equal number of the members, as neal as is
practicable. shall be appointed for one (1) year, two (2) yearsl three (3) years' and four (4)
y.urr. A member shali hold office until the member''s successor is appointed. Thereafter, each
mernber shall serve for a term of four (4) yeals. An appointment to fill a vacancy shall be made
bythe Mayor of the City for the unexpired term only. Members of the Board shall serve
without cõmpensation, but shall be reimbursed for actual and necessary expenses. The
chairperson of the Board shall be elected by the Board.

        Section 5.
        The business which the Board may perfom shall be conducted at a public meeting of
the board held in compliance with the open meetings act, I976PA267,}dCL 15.261 to 15'275
public notice of the time, date, and place of the meeting shall be given in the manner required
by the open meetings act, lg76PA267,}y'rcL 15.261 ro 15.275. These rules are intended to be
consistent with the òpen meetings act, 1976PA267,MCL 15.26I to 15.275, governing its
procedure and the trolding of regular meetings, subject to the approval of the City. Special
meetings rnay be held if called in accordance with l976PA267,}úCL 15.26I to 15.275.

        Section 6.
        Allexpense items of the DDA shall be publicized monthly and the financial records
shall always be open to the Public.

        Section 7.
        In addition to the items and records prescribed in subsection (5), a writing prepared,
owned, used, in the possession of, or retained by the board in the performance of an official
function shall be made aúailable to the public in compliance with the freedom of information
act, 197 6 P A 442, }ilCL 15.23I to I 5'246.

         Section 8.
         If any member of the Board is absent frorn tluee (3) consecutive regularly scheduled
meetings, or four (4) meetings in the previous twelve (12) regularly scheduled meetings then that
menrber may be considered delinquent. Delinquency shall be grounds for the City Council to
remove a member from the Board for nonperformance of duty, or misconduct, after holding a
public hearing on the matter. The Board secretary, or acting secretary in the absence of the elected
secretary, sha-íl keep attendance records and shall notify the City Council whenever any member
of the Board has an attendance delinquency as described above. Absences may be excused if due
to ill¡ess, injury, sudden emergency,ãr the conduct of other business as authorized by the Board.

        ARTICLE 5. Conflicts of Interest and Incompatibility of office.

        Section 1.
        Each mernber of the Board shall avoid conflicts      of interest which shall at a minimum

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include, but not necessarily be limited to, the following:

       A.      Deliberatilg or voting on, or reviewing a matter directly conceming him or her or
               out of whicñ s/he may receive a financial benefit that is more than incidental.
       B.      Deliberating or voting on. or reviewing a matter conceming land owned by him or
               her.
        C.     Deliberatilg or voting on, or leviewing a matter directly involving a corporation,
               company, partnership, or any other entity in which he or she is a part owner, or any
               other relationship where he or she may stand to have a financial gain or loss that is
               more than incidental.
        D.     Deliberating or voting on, or reviewing, a matter involving land adjacent to land
               ow¡ed by him or her if the parlicular improvement or issue with respect to that land
               also is aàjacelt to or otherwise, may impact the land adjacent to that land owned
               by him or her.
        E.     Deliberating or voting on, or leviewing a matter conceming his or her spouse,
               children, sftp-children, grandchildren, parents, brothers, sisters, grandparents,
               parents in-law, grandparents in-law, or members of his or her household.
        F.     Deliberating or voting on, or reviewing a matter where his or her employee or
               employer is:
               (1) An applicant or agent for an applicant, or
               (2) Has a direct interest in the outcome.

        Section 2.
       Where a conflict of interest rnay exist, the question shall be put to the attorney for the Board
and the opinion of the attorney shad be binding with respect to the existence of a conflict of
interest. A vote may be tabled to obtain the opinion of the Board attomey.

        Section 3.
        Wren a conflict of interest may exist, the member of the Board, of the committee in
question, shall do all of the following irnmediately, upoll first knowledge of the matter:
 -
        (Ð Declare a conflict may exist at the next meeting of the Board or committee;
        (b; C.u.. to parlicipate aÁ a Board member or committee member regarding that matter if
a conflict of interests exists; and
        (c) During deliberation of the agenda item before the Board or committee, leave the
meeting oï remove one's self from the table where members of the Board sit, until that agenda item
is concluded.

        Section 4.
        If a member of the Board is appointed or elected to another office, which is an incompatible
office with his or her membership on the Board, then on the effective date of the appointment to
the other office, that appoint-"nt rhull result in an automatic resignation from the Board. If a
member of another offiõè is appointed to the Board, which is an incompatible office with his or her
membership in the other offióe, then on the effective date of the appointment to the Board, that
appointment shall result in an automatic resignation from the other office. If it is unclear whether
oiìot a Board menrber holds, or will hold, an incompatible office, the question shall be put before
                                               Page -3-
the City Council for a determination

       Section 5.
        Gifts shall not be accepted by a member of the Board ot' liaisons from anyone connected
with an agenda item before the Board. As used here, gifts shall mean cash, any tangible item, or
service, regardless ofvalue; and food valued over $10.

ARTICLE 5 Powers of the Board

        Section   1.

       The Board may:
        (a) Prepare an analysis of econornic changes taking place in the District.
        (b) Study and analyze the impact of metropolitan growth upon the District.
        (c) Plan and propose the construction, renovation, repair, remodeling, rehabilitation,
restoration, preservation, or reconstruction of a public facility, an existing building, or a multiple-
family dwelling unit which may be necessary or appropriate to the execution of a plan which, in
the opinion of the Board, aids in the economic growth of the District.
        (d) Plan, propose, and implement an improvement to a public facility within                the
development area to comply with the barrier free design requirements of the state construction code
promulgated under the Stille-DeRossett-Hale single state construction code act, 1972 PA 230,
j|¡/CL 125.1501 to 125.1531.
        (e) Develop long-range plans, in cooperation with the agency which is chiefly responsible
for planning in the municipality, designed to halt the deterjoration ofproperty values ir the District
and to promote the economic growth of the District, and take such steps as may be necessary to
persuade property owners to implement the plans to the fullest extent possible.
         (f¡ Implement any plan of developrnent in the District necessary to achieve the purposes
of this act, in accordance with the powers of the authority as granted by the Act.
         (g) Make and enter into contracts necessary or incidental to the exercise of its powers and
the perfonnance of its duties.
         (h) Acquire by purchase or otherwise, on terms and conditions and in a manner the
authority considers proper or own, convey, or otherwise dispose of, or lease as lessor or lessee,
land and other propelty, real or personal, or rights or interests in property, which the authority
determines is reasonably necessary to achieve the purposes of the Act, and to grant or acquire
licenses, easements, and options with respect to that property.
         (i) Improve land and construct, reconstruct, rehabilitate, restore and preserve, equip,
improve, maintain, repair, and operate any building, including multiple-family dwellings, and any
necessary or desirable appurtenances to that propert¡ within the District for the use, in whole or
in part, of any public or private person or corporation, or a combination of them.
        O Fix, charge, and collect fees, rents, and    charges for the use ofanybuilding orproperty
under its control or any part thereof, or facility therein, and pledge the fees, rents, and charges for
the payrnent of revenue bonds issued by the authority.

                                               Page -4-
         (k) Lease any building or property undel its control, or any part of a building or property.
         (l) Accept grants and donations of property, labor, or other things of value fiom a public
or private source.
         (m) Acquire and construct public facilities.
       (n) Create, operate, and fund marketing initiatives that benefit only retail and general
marketing of the District.
         (o) Contract for broadband service and wileless technology service in the District.
        þ) Operate and perform all duties and exercise all responsibilities described in this section
in a qualified township if the qualified township has entered into an agreement with a municipality
under section 3(7) of the Act.
         (q) Create, operate, and fund a loan program to fund improvements for existing buildings
located in a District to make them rnarketable for sale or lease. The board may make loans with
interest at a market rate or may make loans with interest at a below market rate, as determined by
the board.
         (r) Create, operate, and fuird retail business incubators in the District.
         Section 2.
         If it is the expressdetermination of the Board to create, operate, or fund a retail business
incubator in the District, the Board shall give preference to tenants who will provide goods or
services that are not available or that are underserved in the downtown area. If the Board creates,
operates, or funds retail business incubators in the District, the Board and each tenant who leases
space in a retail business incubator shall enter into a written contract that includes, but is not
limited to, all of the following:
         (a) The lease or rental rate that may be below the fair market rate as determined by the
Board.
       (b) The requirement that a tenant may lease space in the retail business incubator for a
period not to exceed 18 months.
        (c) The terms of     a   joint operating plan with    1 or more other businesses located   in the
District.
         (d) A copy of the business plan ofthe tenant that contains measurable goals and objectives,
       (e) The requirement that the tenant participate in basic management classes, business
seminars, or other business education programs offered by the authority, the local chamber of
commerce, local community colleges, or institutions of higher education, as determined by the
Board.
         ARTICLE 6. Officers
       Section 1: Officers - The Officers of the Board shall be a Chairperson, Vice-Chairperson,
Treasurer and Secretary. All officers shall be rnembers of the Board, with the exception of the
Secretary.
         Section   2:   Removal of Officers   -   An officer may be removed by   a majority vote   of the


                                                   Page -5-
Board whenever in its' judgment the best interest of the Board will be selved' An officel may
resign from office and still continue to serve as a member of the Board.


       Section   3: Chairperson - The Chairperson shall preside at all meetings of the Board and
shall discharge the duties as a presiding officer.
         Section 4: Vice-Chairperson - In the absence of the Chairperson or the event of inability
to selve as Chairperson, the Vice-Chairperson shall perform the duties of the Chairperson and
wlren so acting, shall have all the powers and be subject to the restrictions of the Chairperson.
        Section 5: Treasurer - The Treasurer shall prepare a monthly statement of all revenues and
expenses and, with the assistance of appropriate City Officials, an Annual Financial Report,
inóludi¡g the status of the tax increment finance account, covering the fiscal year of the Authority
which shall be submitted to the City and the Michigan State Tax Commission. The fiscal year of
the Authority shall be the same as that of the City, July 1 through June 30. In accordance with law,
the Board shall direct a1 annual audit to be prepared and forwarded to the City Council, unless the
audit is conducted within the audit of the City.
       Sectio¡ 6: Secretary- The Secretary or designee shall attend all meetings of the Board and
record all votes and the minutes of all proceedings in a book or binder to be kept for that pulpose.
The Secretary shall give, or cause to be given, notice of all meetings of the Board and shall perform
such other duties as may be prescribed by the Board. The Secretary shall, when authorized by the
Board, attest by signature to actions of the Board.
        Section 7: In the absence of any officer of the corporation, the Board may delegate the
powers and duties of any officer to any member provided a majority of the Board then in office
concurs therein.
        Section 8: Election of Officers - Officers shall be elected by a majority vote of the Board.
The term of office shall be for one (1) year and begin at the close of the Annual Meeting at which
they are elected. No member shall hold more than one (1) office at a time,
ARTICLE 7 Optional Designation of an Executive Director
        The Board may hire an Executive Director to manage the daily operations of the Authority'
The Executive Director (if designated) shall be responsible for coordinating the implementation
of the Authority's policies and projects and such other duties as the Board may require. The
Executive Director (if designated) shall receive for his/her services such compensation as may be
deterrnined by the Authority. The duties, rights and responsibilities of employees of the Authority
shall be consistent with the provisions of Act No. 197 of the Public Acts of 1975.
ARTICLE 8 Board Meetings
        Section 1: - Regular and special meetings. All meetings of the Board will be held in
compliance with state stãtutes, including the Open Meetings Act,1976P/'267 as amended, and
with these By-Laws.
        A.   Regular rneetings.
        Regular meetings of the Board    will   be held at least once in each month.

        B.   Special meetings.

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       A  special meeting shall be called by the Board Secletary upon the written request of the
Chair or any three rnembers of the Board on at least 24 hours' written notice to each member of
the Board ierved pelsonally or left at the Board member's usual place of residence. Special
meetilg notices shãll state the purpose of the meeting. No official action shall be transacted at any
special rneeting of the Board unless the item has been stated in the notice of such meetitig.
        Section   2: - Study sessions.
Upon the call of the Chair or the Board and with appropriate notice to the Board members and to
thè public, the Board may convene a wolk session devoted exclusively to the exchange of
ilfoination r-elating to municipal affairs. No votes shall be taken on any m.atters under discussion
lor shall any Board member enter into a fonnal comnritment with another member legarding a vote
to be taken subsequently.
        Section   3:   - Meetings to be Public.
All regular a1d special meetings of the Board shall be open to the public, and citizens shall have
a reasólable opp-ortunity to be heard in accordance with such rules and legulations as the Board
may determing except that the meetings may be closed to the public and the media in accordance
with the Open Meetings Act.
All official meetings of the Board and its committees shall be open to the media, freely subject to
recor-ding by radiõ, television and photoglaphic selvices at any time, provided              that   such
affangetnents do not irrterfere with the orderly conduct of the meetings.
        Section   4: - Agenda preParation.
        A.        A¡ agenda fol each regular      Board meeting shall be prepared by the Chair with the
following order of business:
        i.        Call to order and roll call of Board
        ii.       Public hearings on matters under consideration
        iii.      Brief public comment on agenda items
        iv.       Approval of consent agenda
        v.        Approval ofregular agenda
        vi.       Approval of Board minutes
        vii.      Submission of bills
        viii.     Conrmunications to the Board
        ix.       Reports from Board cornmittees
        x.        Reports from officers and City Manager as scheduled,
        xi.       Unfinished business
        xii.      New business
        xiii.      Alnouncements
        xiv.      Adjoumment
Any Board member shall have the right to add items to the regular agenda before it is apploved.

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       B.      Consent agenda
A  consent agenda may be used to allow the Board to act on numerous administlative or
noncontroversial items at one time. Included on this agenda can be noncontroversial matters such
as approval of minutes, payrnent of bills, approval of recognition resolutions, etc. Upon request by
any-member-of the Board, an item shall be removed from the consent agenda and placed on the
regular agenda for discussion.
       Section 5 - Quorum.
A majority of the entire elected or appointed and sworn members of the Boald shall constitute      a
quorum fór the transaction of business at all Boald meetings. In the absence of a quorum. a lesser
number may adjourn any meeting to a later time or date with appropriate public notice.
        Section 6 - Presiding officer.
The presiding officer shall be responsible for enforcing these rules of procedure and for enfor:cing
ordeily conduct at meetings. The Chair is ordinarily the presiding officer. The Board shall appoint
one of its members Chair pro tempore, who shall preside in the absence of the Chair. In the absence
of both the Chair and the Chair pro tempore, the member present who has the longest consecutive
service on the Board shall preside.
        Section 7 - Disorderly conduct.
The Chair rnay call to order any person who is being disorderly by speaking out of order or
otherwise disrupting the proceedings, failing to be germane, speaking longer than the allotted time
or speaking vulgarities. Such person shall be seated until the Chair determines whether the person
is in order.
If the person so engaged in presentation is called out of order, he or she shall not be permitted to
continue to speakãtin. same meeting except by special leave of the Board. If the person shall
continue to be disorderly and disrupt the meeting, the Chair may order the lemoval of the person
from the meeting. No person shall be removed from a public meeting except for an actual breach
of the peace committed at the meeting.
        Section 8 - Closed meetings.
                1   . Purpose. Closed meetings maybe held only for the reasons authorized in the
                Open Meetings Act, which are the following:
                        i.   To consider the dismissal, suspension, or disciplining of, or to hear
                      complaints or charges brought against a public offtcer, employee, staff
                      member or individual agent when the named pelson requests a closed
                        meeting.
                        ii.      For strategy and negotiation sessions connected with the negotiation
                        of a collective bargaining agteement when either negotiating party requests
                        a closed hearing.

                        iii.    To consider the purchase or lease of real property up to the time an
                        option to purchase or lease that real property is obtained.
                        iv. ToconsultwiththeDDAattorneyoranotherattomeyregarding trial
                        or settlement strategy in connection with specific pending litigation, but

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                        only when an open meeting would have a detrimental financial effect on the
                        litigating or settlement position of the DDA.
                        v.    To review the specific contents of an application for employment or
                        appointment to a public office when a candidate requests that the
                        application remain confidential. However, all interviews by a public body
                        fol emplo¡rment or appointment to a public office shall be held in an open
                        meeting.
                a.      To consider material exempt fiom discussion or disclosule by         state or
                federal statute.
               b.       Calling closed rneetings
At a regular or special meeting, the Board members, appointed and serving, by a two-thirds roll
call vote may call a closed session under the conditions outlined in the Open Meetings Act. The
roll call vote and purpose(s) for calling the closed meeting shall be entered into the minutes of the
public part of the meeting at which the vote is taken.
               c.       Minutes of closed meetings
A separate set of minutes shall be taken by the Board Secretary or the designated secretary of the
Board at the closed session. These minutes will be retained by the Board Secletary, shall not be
available to the public, and shall only be disclosed if required by a civil action, as authorized by
the Michigan Open Meetings Act. These minutes may be destroyed one year and one day after
approval of the minutes of the regular meeting at which the closed session was approved.
        Section 9 - Discussion and voting
       A.      Rules of parliamentary procedure
The rules of parliarnentary practice as contained in the latest edition of fRobert's Rules of Order
or an altemative source of procedural rules] shall govem the Board in all cases to which they are
applicable, provided that they are not in conflict with these By-laws, Board resolution or applicable
state statutes. The Chair may appoint a parliamentarian.
The Chair shall preserve order and decorum and may speak to points of order in preference to other
Boald-members. The Chair shall decide all questions arising under this parliamentary authority,
subject to appeal and reversal by a majority of the Board members present.
Any rnember may appeal to the Board a ruling of the presiding officer. If the appeal is seconded,
the member making the appeal may briefly state the reason for the appeal and the presiding officer
may briefly state the ruling. There shall be no debate on the appeal and no other member shall
participate in the discussion. The question shall be, "Shall the decision of the chair be sustained?"
If the majority of the members present vote "aye," the ruling of the chair is sustained; otherwise
it is overruled.
       B.      Conduct of discussion
During the Board discussion and debate, no member shall speak until recognizedfor that purpose
by the Chair. After such recognition, the member shall confine discussion to the question at hand
and to its merits and shall not be intemrpted except by a point of order or privilege raised by
another member. Speakers should address their remalks to the chair, maintain a courteous tone and

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avoid interjecting a personal note into debate.
No member shall speak more than once on the same question unless every member desiling to
speak to that question shall have had the opportunity to do so. The chair, at his or hel discretion
and subject to the appeal process, may pennit any person to address the Boald during its
deliberations.
        C.       Roll call
In all roll call votes, the narnes of the mernbers of the Board shall be called in alphabetical order.
        D.       Duty to vote
Election to a deliberative body carries with it the obligation to vote. Board menrbers present at a
Boald meeting shall vote on every matter before the body, unless otherwise excused or prohibited
from voting by law. A Board member who is present and abstains or does not respond to a roll call
vote shall be counted as voting with the prevailing side and shall be so recorded, unless otherwise
excused or prohibited by law fi'om voting.
Conflict of interest,   as   defined by law, shall be the sole reason for a member to abstain from voting.
The right to vote is limited to the members of Board present at the time the vote is taken. Voting
by proxy or by telephone is not permitted.
All votes must be held        and deterrnined in public; no secret ballots are pennitted.

        E.       Results of voting
In all cases where   a vote is taken, the    chair shall declare the result.
It shall be in ordel for any Board member voting in the majority to move for a reconsideration of
the vote on any question at that rneeting or at the next succeeding meeting of the Board. When a
motion to reconsider fails, it cannot be renewed
        Section 10 - Citizen participation
        A.       General
Each regular Board meeting agenda shall provide for reserved time for audience participation.
Ifrequested by a member of the Board, the presiding officer shall have discretion to allow a
member of the audience to speak at times other than reserved time for audience participation.
        B.       Length of presentation
Any person who addresses the Board during a Board meeting or public hearing shall be limited to
three (3) minutes in length per individual presentation. The Board Secretary will maintain the
offrcial time and notify the speakers when their time is up.
        C.       Addressing the Board
When a person addresses the Board, he or she shall state his or her name and home address'
Remarks should be confined to the question at hand and addressed to the chair in a courteous tone.
No person shall have the right to speak more than once on any particular subject until all other
pefsons wishing to be heard on that subject have had the opportunity to speak.


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        Section 11 - Suspension of rules
The rules of the Board may be suspended for a specified portion of a meeting by an affirmative
vote of two-thirds of the members present except that Board actions shall confotm to state statutes
and to the Michigan and the United States Constitutions.
ARTICLE        9     Committees
        A.     Standing and special committees of Board
The Board may have committees ol special committees. Committees shall be established by Board
resolution and listed by name and with a definition of their purposes and scopes. Comrnittee
members will be appointed by the Chair. They shall be members of the Board. The Chair shall fill
any committee vacancies. The committee mernber shall serve for a term of one year and may be
re-appointed. Special committees may be established for a specific period of time by the Chair or
by a iesolutionãf the Board which specifies the task of the special cornnrittee and the date of its
dissolution.

        B.      Citizen task forces
Citizen task forces rnay be established by a lesolution of the Board which specifies the task to be
accomplished and the date of its dissolution. Members of such committees will be appointed by
the Chair, subject to approval by a majority vote of the Board.

ARTICLE        10 Agreements and       Contracts
        Section 1 : All contracts or instruments of the DDA shall be executed on behalf of the DDA
only as authorized by resolution of the Board. .

ARTICLE        11.   Effective Date.
        These By-Laws shall become effective upon approval of the City Council.

ARTICLE      Amendment of BY-Laws
               12
       These By-Laws may be amended at any regular meeting of the Board, provided that the
arnendment has been submitted in writing at a previous regular meeting and approval of the City
Council.




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The DDA and its board members shall deal with administrative services soley through the city
manager. Neither the DDA nor any member thereof shall give orders to any of the subordinates of the
city manager.
               Agenda ltem Summary
                Meeting of: June 28, 2011

Agenda ltem Title: West Communities Countywide Transit Authority Representative
Selection ACT 7 Interlocal Agreement
Submitted by: John P. Hanifan
                                         .-^
Approved for submittal   :

                                                \        I
Explanation of Agenda ltem: To review and approve the process for the selection of
the countywide transit authority board representative.



Fiscal or Resource Gonsiderations: YES              _   NO   _
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? YES                     NO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? YES        NO  _        _
Are staff or other resources required? YES      NO   _           _

Adviso ry Boa rd/Com   m iss   i   on/Gom m ittee Action/Recom me ndatio   n:




Staff Gomments:




City Manager Comments/Recommendation: Approve the process for the selection
of the West Communities Countywide Transit Authority Representative
 City Manager Recommended Form of Motion:




 Names and addresses of those to be notified:




 Attachments:




Alt Agenda ltem Summaries and any attachments are due in the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on
the Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting. lf the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a holiday, then the suömissíon deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
 09/2008
 WEST COMMT]NTIES COI]NTY\ilIDE TRANSIT AUTHORITY REPRESENTATIVE
             SELECTION ACT 7 INTERLOCAL AGREEMENT

WHEREAS, the Ulban CooperationAct, PA7 of 1967, Extra Session (Act 7), provides that a
public agency may enter into interlocal agreements with other public agencies to exercise jointly
any power, privilege, or authority that the agencies share to in common and that each might
exercise sepalately; and

WIIEREAS, the City of Chelsea, the Village of Manchester and the Townships of Bridgewater,
Dexter, Freedom, Lirna, Lyndon, Manchester, Sharon and Sylvan are local govemment units in
the County of Washtenaw under ActT of 1967; and

V/HEREAS, it is anticipated that a new countywide transit authority will be incorporated under
Public Act 196 to provide public transit service to all of V/ashtenaw Courfy; and

WHEREAS, it is anticipated that the Public Act 55 transit autholity will be dissolved upon
passage of a countywide fuirding ballot proposal and all assets transferred to the new 196
authority; and

WHEREAS, the newAct 196 Authority board will have 15 seats that are allocated based on
charter millage and population providing one at-will seat to the west'Washtenaw County
Communities; and

WHEREAS, the local communities wish to wolk cooperatively to select       a   Act 196 Count¡ruvide
Transit Authority board; and

THEREFORE, the City of Chelsea, the Village of Manchester and the Townships of
Bridgewater, Dexter, Freedom, Lima, Lyndon, Manchester, Shalon and Sylvan agree to select
their countywide transit authority boald representative as follows:

their countywide transit authority board representative   as   follows:

    1. A Transit Selection   Committee shall be created and comprised of one representative each
        from City of Chelsea, the Village of Manchester and the Townships of Bridgewater,
        Dexter, Freedom, Lima, Lyndon, Manchester, Shalon and Sylvan.
   2.   The Transit Selection Cornrnittee shall develop and undertake the solicitation of
        applications fol c ountywide transit authority board representative.
   3.   The Transit Selection Committee shall consider potential representatives and provide a
        recommendation to the Board of Trustees of City of Chelsea, the Village of Manchester
        and the Townships of Bridgewater, Dexter, Freedom,Lirna, Lyndon, Manchester, Sharon
        and Sylvan.
   4.   The recommended countywide transit authority board representative shall be selected by:

        1.   One vote per comrnunity
             OR
       2.   One weighted vote per conxnunity based on proportion of the total alea population
            OR



       3.   One weighted voted pel conìmunity based on proportion of the total fuirding
            contributed
            OR



       4.   One weighted vote per cornmunity based on cornbined ploportion of population and
            proportion of total funding contlibuted

The selected board representative is an at-will appointment and may be removed using the same
rnethod as appointed. The communities shall use the same process when leplacing the board
representative whether it is to replace a forcause removal or at the end of the leplesentative's
tenn. If the representative is a resident of a community that opts out, the remaining conxnunities
may select another represerfative and the opt-out shall be considered a for-cause removal.

If a community  has opted out of transit service and the funding vote, that community shall not
vote on the board lepresentative until the community has opted back in to transit service and the
funding vote.


       Effective Date. The Agreernent shall coÍrmence upon its approval by the legislative
       bodies of City of Chelsea, the Village of Manchester and the Townships of Bridgewater,
       Dexter, Freedom, Lima, Lyndon, Manchester', Sharon and Sylvan and duly executed by
       their autholized representatives and filed with the Washtenaw County Clelk and
       Secretary of State of the State of Michigan as required by Acf 7 .

       Severability. To the extent that any provisions contained in this Agreement is deemed
       unenfolceable, to the extent possible. the lemaining tenns shall remain in effect.

City of Chelsea, the Village of Manchester and the Townships of Bridgewater; Dexter, Freedom,
Lirna, Lyndon, Manchester, Sharon and Sylvan by theil authorized replesentatives, have
executed this Agleernent as indicated on the attached signatule pages:


The City of Chelsea approved this agreement. The Council authorized the Mayor to sign this
Agreement on the _ day of _, 20ll and the Mayor executed it on the          day of
              2011

Witnesses                                           CITY OF CHELSEA
                                                       Mayor, Jason Lindauer

Subscribed and sworn before rne on this   _      day   of                201t.

                                              My commission expires:
Notary Public, Washtenaw Courfy
The Village of Manchester approved tlús agreement. The Council authorized the Presiderf to
sign tlris Agleernent on the _ day of _, 20ll and the Presiderrt executed it on the _   day
of               20II


Witnesses                                              VILLAGE OF MANCHESTER



                                                       President, Pat Vaillencourt

Subscribed and swoln before me on   this         day   of                2011

                                              My commission exptres
Notary Public, Washtenaw County


The Bridgewater Township approved this agreernent. The Township Board authorized the
Supervisor to sign this Agreement on the _ day of _.2011 and the Supervisor executed it on
the _     day of               20tt.

Witnesses                                              BRIDGEV/ATER TOWNSHIP


                                                       Supervisor, Jolea Mull

Subscribed and sworn before me on this    _      day   of                2011.

                                              My commission expires
Notary Public, Washtenaw County

The Dexter Township approved this agreement. The Township Board authorized the Supervisor
to sign tlús Agreernent on the _ day of _,207I and the Supervisor executed it on the
day of                 201r.
'Witnesses                                             DEXTER TOWNSHIP
                                                       Supervisor. Pat Kelly

Subscribed and sworn before me on this    _     day    of               20tr

                                              My commission expues
Notary Public,'Waslrtenaw Courfy


The Freedom Township approved this agreement. The Township Board authorized the
Supervisor to sign this Agleement on the _ day of _,2011and the Supervisor executed it on
the _     day of                2OII.

Witnesses                                              FREEDOM TOWNSHIP


                                                       Supervisor, Dale'Weidrnayer

Subscribed and sworn before me on this    _      day   of               20II

                                              My commission expires
Notary Public,'Washtenaw County


The Lima Township approved this agreement. The Township Boald authorized the Supervisor
to sign this Agreement on the _ day of _,20II and the Supervisor executed it on the
day of               20tt
Witnesses                                              LIMA TOW}ISHIP


                                                       Supervisor, Ken Unterbrink

Subscribed and sworn before nre on this   _      day   of               20tt

                                              My comrnission expires
Notary Public,'Washtenaw County


The Lyndon Township approved this agreement. The Township Board authorized the
Supervisor to sign this Agreernent on the _ day of _,201I and the Supervisor executed it on
the _     day of                 20tr

Witnesses                                              LYNDON TO\ilNSHIP


                                                       Supervisor, John Francis
Subscribed and sworn before me on this   _      day   of               2011.

                                             My commission expiles:
Notary Public.'Washtenaw County


The Manchester Township approved this agleement. The Township Board authorized the
Supervisor to sign this Agreement on the _ day of _,2011and the Supervisor executed it on
the _     day of                20tt

Witnesses                                             MANCHESTER TOWNSHIP


                                                      Superuisor, Ron Mann

Subscribed and swom before rne on this   _      day   of               201t.

                                             My commission exprres:
Notary Public. Washtenaw County

The Sharon Township approved this agreement. The Township Board authorized the
Supervisor to sign this Agreement on the _ day of _,2011and the Superuisor executed it on
the _     day of                2011.

'Witnesses
                                                      SHARON TOWNSHIP


                                                      Supelvisor, John Frey

Subscribed and swom before me on this    _      day   of               2011.

                                             My commission exprres
Notary Public, Washtenaw County




The Sylvan Township approved this agreement. The Township Board authorized the Supervisor
to sign this Agreement on the _ day of _,2011and the Supelvisor executed it on the
day of               2011.

Witnesses                                             SYLVAN TOWNSHIP


                                                      Supervisor, Robert Lange
Subscribed and sworn before me on this   _      day   of              20tt

                                             My conllission exprres
Notary Public, Washtenaw County
                Agenda ltem Summary
                 Meeting      of: June 28,2011
Agenda Item Title: 2011 MDOT M52 Storm Sewer Lining

Submitted by: Brad Roberts (Utilities   D        )


Approved for submittal    :


                                  City Manager
Explanation of Agenda ltem: Each year the City of Chelsea is contracted by MDOT
to perform miscellaneous maintenance work on M52 (from Sibley Road to Old US 12).
The MDOT funds are primarily used for winter maintenance, street sweeping and
pavement sudace maintenance.
Recently, it was discovered that a section of 1O-inch storm sewer on M52 (near Cottage
lnn Pizza) had collapsed and must be repaired. The repair of this sewer can be done
using a trenchless method called sewer lining. The contractor will insefi a plastic liner
into the pipe from above ground, fit it snug to the wall of the pipe and harden it in place.
To pay for this repair, MDOT is going to add monies to the M52 Sudace Maintenance
budget. The work is proposed to take place on Saturday, July 9, 2011 and MDOT
crews will be providing all necessary traffic control.
ln order to use state monies for a subcontracted service, MDOT requires that the local
municipality bid the project and award the project based on MDOT's input.
The City received three bids with the lowest being from Utility Services Authority, LLC
(USA) in the amount of $7,400. MDOT is in support of awarding the project to USA.
                                Bids:   USA           $7,400
                                        M&K          $16,000
                                        lnsituform $16,500
Fiscal or Resource Gonsiderations:
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds? (x MDOT) YES ( ) NO
lf YES, are funds budgeted? (x) YES ( ) NO
Are staff or other resources required? (x for inspection only) YES ( ) NO


Advisory Board/Commission/Com mittee Action/Recommendation                :
 Staff Comments: Staff respectively requests that City Council award the MDOT
 Storm Sewer Repair project to Utility Services Authority, LLC in the "not-to-exceed"
 amount of $7,400.


 City Manager Comments/Recommendation              :




 Gity Manager Recommended Form of Motion:
 Motion to award the MDOT Storm Sewer Repair project to Utility Services Authority,
 LLC in the "not-to-exceed" amount of $7,400.


 Names and addresses of those to be notified:
 Mr. Tom Simpson, MDOT Brighton TSC (5861634-7667)
 Mr. Paul Jorgensen, USA


 Attachments:




All Agenda ltem Summaries and any altachments are due in the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on
the Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting. lf the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a holiday, then the submrssion deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
 04t2005
                Agenda ltem Summary
                Meeting      of:   June 28,2011

Age nda ltem Title: Waive Noise Ordinance for the 2011                 Crackfill Project
                                                  ,1
                                                               l\A52


Submitted by: Brad Robefts (Utilities      D      r)
                                                       I   n
Approved for submittal:
                                   City Manager
Explanation of Agenda Item: The M52 Cra[5,¡lt Project construction limits is from
Sibley Road to Old US 12. Due to narrow pavement lanes and heavy traffic congestion,
staff is requesting that the City Council waive the noise ordinance to allow night work for
portions of the project. Night work is needed for workers to safely complete this project.
Currently, the City noise ordinance restricts construction activity from 10:00 pm until
7:00 am, Monday through Saturday. Staff is therefore requesting to have the noise
ordinancewaived from 10:00 pm Tuesday, June 28,2011 until 7:00am Thursday, June
30,2011.
In preparation of the night work, notices were delivered to residents this morning stating
that due to heavy traffic congestion night work will probably take place.


Fiscal or Resource Gonsiderations:
Does this agenda item require the expenditure of funds?            OYES (x)No
lf YES, are funds budgeted? ( ) YES ( ) NO
Are staff or other resources required? ( ) YES ( ) NO


Adviso ry Boa rd/Com   m iss i o n/Gom m   ittee Actio n/Recom mendation       :




Staff Comments: Staff is respectively requesting that the City Council waive the noise
ordinance from 10:00 pm Tuesday, June 28,2011 until 7:00 am Thursday, June 30,
2011.
 City Manager Gomments/Recommendation               :


 City Manager is in agreement with waiving the noise ordinance from 10:00 pm Tuesday,
 June 28, 2011 until 7:00 am Thursday, June 30,2011.


 Gity Manager Recommended Form of Motion:
Motion to waive the noise ordinance for the 2011 l\A52 Crackfill Project from 10:00 pm
Tuesday, June 28, 20'11 until 7:00 am Thursday, June 30,2011.


 Names and addresses of those to be notified:




Attachments:




All Agenda ltem Summaries and any altachments are due in the City Clerk's Office by 5:00 p.m. on
the Wednesday prior to the City Council meeting. lf the Wednesday prior to the City Council
meeting is a holiday, then the suömrssion deadline is 5:00 p.m. on Tuesday.
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                         CITY OF CHELSEA



                           * NOTICE OF UPDATE -

                   M52 OVERBAND CRACKFILL PROJECT



 Work has begun on the M52 crackfill project. Due to heavy traffic congestion,
 the contractor will probably have to pedorm portions of the work during the
 overnight hours. Work is proposed to be completed by June 30,2011.

 Your cooperation and patience during the course of this project is greatly
 appreciated. lf you have questions regarding this project, please contact Bill
  Paul (DPW Foreman), cell phone 7341368-8332.



                                   Sincerely,
                              City Administration
                             www. city-chelsea. org




CITYOFFICES.305S.MainSt..Suite100.Chelsea,MI48l18.(734)475-l77loFAX(734)415-8655
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         MONTI"ILY STATUS OF OPEN CASES: May,Z}LL

Open cases: 26
Cases under review at Prosecutor's office- 5
Cases waiting blood analysis OWVOUID- 3
Cases awaiting drug analysis- I
Cases awaiting drug analysis- Marijuana- I
Cases waiting fingerprint/owR analysis- 2
Cases under active investigation- 14

Prosecutor warrantg issued   :
OWI With High BAC
owr II
Unlawful Use of a Motor Vehicle
Assault and Battery




Other ca$es closed:
Larceny From Auto, suspect could not be developed after 4 months
Assault and Battery, victim teacher didn't wish prosecution of student
Stalking, victim did not wish to pursue case at this time
Using a Computer to Comit a crime, victim wished that suspect be warned
Home Invasion II, suspect convicted of another B + E

Cases dcnied by Prosecutor¡
Domestic Assault

City Attorney warrant íssued: 0
                           NetRMS-1018 Verified Offense By Date
                                      Agency : GS
                                   05101111 - 05131111


                                                                                                        6
    1313         AssaulU Battery/Sim ple     Domeslic and Police Officer
                                             (r ncl

    2203         B&E -         - Forced Enlry - Non-Residence
                                                                                                        1
    2304         Larceny Parts & Accessories from Veh icle LF A
                                                                                                        I
    2305         Larcen - Personal Property from Vehicle' LFA
                                                                                                        3
    2308         Larceny F rom Building (lncludes Li brary Oflice used by Public,   ei:I__,
                                                                                                        1
                 Larceny From Yards Grounds Surro unding a Buildi n s)
                                                                                                        1
                 Vehicle Theft UDAA
                                                                                                        1
                 Fraud (Other)
                                                                                                        1
    3512         Heroin -Possess
                                                                                                        2
    3562         Marijuana -Possess
                                    me of Alcoholic Liquor in a Motor Vehicle
                                                                                                         I
    4',1041      Underage 17-20
                                                                                                        2
                               (Bomb) Possess
                                                                                                        2
                      Law Violations
                                                                                                         1
        1                 at Large
                                                                                                         1
                           (Other)
                                                                                                         1
                           / Park - After Hours
                                                                                                         1
        1               Operating Under the                  of Drugs
                                                                                                         2
        1           perating Under the                of Alcohol / Liquor OW
                                                                                                         1
                    enile - Malicious Mischief
                                                                                                         2
                 Juvenile - Alf Other
                                                                                                            1
            1    DWLS OPS License                       / Revoked
                                                                                                            1
            2            Registration - lmproper/ ExPired
                                                                                                            1
                 No OPS on Person -                                                                          ,|
    c2999           Other Traffic Offenses
                                                                                                            ¿
    c3020        Misdemeanor Arrest Warrent (Originati       Agency)
                                                                                                             1
                 Misdemeanor     Arrest Warrant - Other Jurisdiction
                                                                                                             1
    c3070        Civil / Friend of Court Arrest Warrant
    c31',!4      Acc, lnjury         e
                                                                                                             6
    c3115        Acc, lnlury         o
                                                                                                             1
    c3148        Motor Vehicle - Animal Traffic Crash
                                                                                                             4
    c3170        Private Properly Traffic Grash
    c3175                         H&R Traffic Crash
                                                                                                              1
    c3217                      icide Adult
                                                                                                              5
    c3299                 Gheck
                                                                                                        19
                 Liquor lnspection
                                                                                                              2
             0   Family Trouble
                                                                                                              4
             2   Neighborhood Trouble
                                                                                                                7
      331 6      Lost Property
                                                                                                              4
            18   Found Properly
                                                                                                         19
                            Circumstances
                                                                                                                  3
                 Suspicious Veh¡cles


06110111 10:10:17                        NetRMS-l0lE Verified Offense By Date                 Page   I of3
                                                      SOURCE IS CFS DATA
                           NetRMS -101E Verified Offense By Date
                                       AgencY : CS
                                              05/01/11 - 05131111
                           Persons                                                      3

                Assist Other Law Enforcement Agency                                      5

    c3331       Assist Medical                                                          7

    c3333              Motorist                                                          6

    c3334           st Other Govt Agency                                                 6

    c3336           st Citizen                                                          20

    c3355       Civil Matter - Other                                                    4
    c3467              Accident
    c3708              c                     lmpound                                     1


                       c           / Parking Complaint                                   2
    c3728
    c3799       Miscellaneous Traffic Complaint                                          I
                                                                                         1
    c3803               Barking Dog
                                                                                         1
    c3804               Complainl
    c3006       AnimalAlive - Put to Sleep                                               1

                                                                                         1
    c3902       Burglary Alarm
                                                                                         1
    c391 0      Vehicle Alarm
                Radar Citation                                                          32
    c4020
                                                                                         3
    c4068      Funeral Processlon
                                                                                         2
    c4070      Unattended Vehi    Lelt in
                                                                                         1
    c4071      Pedestrian in Roadway
                                                                                         1
    c4075      Text \Aihile Driving
    c4099             Hazardous Citations                                                5
                                                                                         3
    c4105       Equipment Cilalion
                                                                                         1
    c4126            Belt Law - Driver
                                                                                         3
    c4312       No-Ops On Person Citation
    13501       E-911 H       -cs                                                       17

    13504           - Station - CS                                                      50

    L3507       Fingerprints - CS                                                        4
                                                                                         E
    L3508      Ticket Sign Off - CS
                    Out - CS                                                            24
    L3521
                                                                                        11
    13526      False Alarm - CS
               Traflic Direction & Control- CS                                           6
    13531
                                         CCW Permits -                                       3
    L3535      Gun Permit,
                                                                                             E
    L3542       BOL. CS
                                                                                             à
    L3547             Chelsea Hospital - CS
    13546      Assist Water Department - CS                                                  1


                           Checks - CS                                                       3
    13549
                                         Vehicle) - CS                                       2
    L3550              H
                           Check - CS                                                    13
    L3552
    13553               with Subject - CS                                                    3
                                                                                             1
    13555      Assis| MSP. CS
                                                                                             2
    13556             WCSO. CS
    13557                        s. cs
06110111 10:10:17                     NetRillS-1018 Verilied Offenge By Date   Page 2 of 3
                                                 3OURCE IS CFS OAÎA
                    NeIRMS-1O1S Verified Offense By Date
                                   Agency : CS
                                05/01/1 1 - 05//31111

                     -cs                                           57


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                                                                                                                                  0        0%                                                                        D
                                         0   0                                         0           0              0%
                                                                                                                                                                                           -50.0%                    0         D%
      2599 C ALLOTHER                    0   0                                         0           'l       -100_0%               0        D%            1        0         I         2

      25OO STATE'LOCALOFFENSES           t01                                                       I              o|å             0        0rß           a        0        4          a         o*                   o         0r
       2614   ç    INVASION OF PRIVACY. OTHER                        0         0       0           0              0%              0        0%            1        0        1          0         0%                   1   .t00.0%

       26E8 C      DOG LAWVIOLATIONS                                           0       2           2              0%              0        o%        17           0    17         18        -s.6%                    00%
       2689 C      ANIMALS AT LARGE                                  1         0                    o             o%              0        o%            1        0        1          E    -8s-3%                    D0%
       2690   C    SOLICITATION TO COMMIT A CRIIVIINAL               0         0        0                    r    00.0%           0        o%            0        0        0          1     1   00.0%                00%
       2691   C    CONSERVATION LAWS                                 0         0       0            0             Oi'/"           0        D%                     0        3          0         0%                   0û%
       2693 C      HEALTH/SAFETY VIOLATIONS                          0         0        0           0             o%              0        0%            t        0        1          0          0%                  1   100.0%

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                                                                                  0           0                    Oo/"    0            o%          0       0       0       2         100.0%           0               0%
     2701       C   LOCAL ORDINANCES. ANIMAL CONTR              0         0
                                                                                                                           0            oo         0       0       0                 -100,0%          0               D%
                                           -                                                  0                    0%
     2706       c   LOCAL ORDINANCES           ANIMAL CONTR     0         0       0

                                                                                  I           0                    0%      0            o%          1       0       1       t           0%             0               D%
     2726       C   LOCAL ORDINANCES - CEMÉTARY / PA                      0
                                                                                                                                                    1       0       4       2         100.0%           0               D%
                    LOCAL ORDINANCES - SOLICITOR i PEI          0         0       0                       -t 00.0%         0            Oo/o
     2756       G
                                                                          0                   0                    0%      0            o%          I       0       1       0           0%             0               0?À
     2759 C         LOCAL ORDINANCES - SOLICITOR / PEI          0                 D

                                                                                                                                                            0               0           0%             0               D%
     2783 C         LOCAL ORDINANCES - OPEN FOR ANY             000                            0                   o%      0            0%          1               1


                                                                                                                                                                            2         -100.0%          0               0%
     2785       C   LOGAL ORDINANCES - OPEN FOR ANY             00                0                       -1 00.0%         0            o%          0       0       0


                                                                I                              2           fl.oflt         0            w           t0              7       t         .1¿5[            0               os
     z1OO           LOCALORDI¡'IANCES-GEIIERIC                            0       1

                                                                 000                                                       0            D'/.        D       0       0       1         -100.0%          0               0%
     2923 C         FAILTOREPORTACCIDENT                                                       0                   Oo/o



     2gOO           ÎRAFFICOFFE¡SES                              00ft                          0                   F¿      0            0t¡         0       0       0       |         -l00.ox          0               oqg

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                                                                                                                   o%      0            0%          'l      0       1       0           0%             o               0%
     2321 C         RECOVEREDRUNAWAY                            0          0      0            0

                                                                                                                                        0%          0       0       0                 -100.0%          0               0%
     2E35 C                                                                       0            0                           0                                                1
                    TRUANCY                                     0          0                                       Ooln


                                                                                                                                                    10      0       10      6          66.7%           0               o%
     2840 C         MALICIOUS MISCHIEF                                     0      1            2              -s0-0%       0            o%

                                                                                                                                                    4       0       4       4            0o/o          0               o%
     2899 C         ALLOTHER                                    2          0      2            1              100.0%       0            0%

     2too           Jtr\rEilllE oFFEI{SES Al{D    COtlPLAllll   3          0      3            t                   0t6                  os          l5      0       1S      71         r8¡*            0               0f
                                                                                               0                           0             0%             0   0       0       2         -1 00.0%         0               o%
     2924       c   CARELESS DRIVING                            0          0      0                                 Dah

                           -1O                                                    0            0                    o%     0             o%                 0           1       0        0%             0              0o'/o
      2924 L        FAIL         5TOP FOR BUS / CG              0          0

                                                                                                                                                            0               1          -75-O%           0              o%
      2930      c   LICENSE i TITLE / REGISTRATION                                    0        0                    0%     0             D%                             1


      293   1   c   OPS LICENSE SUSPENDED / REVOKED                        0          I           1                 o%         1   1    00.0%           2   0       2       4          -50.0%           2          1   00.0%

      2933      c   VEHICLE REGISTRATION - IMPROPER /                         0       I           0                 o%     0             0%             2   0       2           2        D%             D              0Þrß


      2934      c   VEHICLE INSURANCE - NONE / EXPIREI              0         0       0        2              -1   00.0%   0                                0           1       7      -85_7þlL            D           096

      2935      c   DWLS 2ND                                        0         0       0                       -100.0%      0             Doi6                   0       I       2      -50.0%              1       100.0%

      2S36      c   OPS - NEVER ACAUIRED                                      0
                                                                                      ,|
                                                                                                  1                 0%         I   't   00.0%           z       0       2       2        0%             2          100.0%

      2937      c    NO OPS ON PERSON                                         0       1           0                 0%         0         Oo/o           ?       0       2       1      100,0%              0           0%

      2999      c   ALL OTHER                                                 0                   0                 0%         0         Do/"                   0       I       2      -50.0%              0           0%

      29OO          TRAFFICOFFEIISES                                505                           5                 rt6        2        ao.ol 13                0   lr      ze         .s.01¡ E                    tasß
      3010 c         FELONY                                         0         0       o00v"o0%3031                                                                                     2DA.O%              o            D%

      3020 c         MISDEMEANOR                                    2         0       21100.0%2100.06/,3037                                                                            -51-10a             3       '100.0%

      30/t0 C        FELONY - O/JURIS                                         0       000%0c%1010                                                                                        o%                t       lo0-0%
      3050      c    MISDEMEANOR - O/JURIS                          2         0       2',t100.0%21DO.1Yo5052                                                                           150.0%              5       100.0%

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                                                        101                         0                           1      lOOnVo I              0                    0         0%             1           100.0%
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     3O7O         CIVIL / FRIEND OF THE COURT                                                      orÁ

                                                        505                         2          'lso.o% s               100.016 f3            013                  r0      s.ttß            10          tt.Jr
     IOOO         IUARRAìTS
                                                                                                                                     0       0        0           2       -100.0%          0            0%
     3'il3    C               S
                  ACC, INJURY TYPE                      O       0       0           0              0%          0         Oo/o


                                                                                               -50-0%          0         o%                  0                    I       -87.5D/"         D            0?È
                  ACC. INJURYTYPEC                                                  2                                                1
     3114     G                                         1       0       1

                                                                                                                                     40      0       ¡+0          24       66.7%           0            0%
     3115 C       ACC, INJURYTYPEO                      E       0       I           E              0%          0         D%

                                                                                                                         0%          0       0        0           1       -100.0%          U            Oolo
     3't45 C      TRAFFIC CRASHES- PROPERTY      DAMA   O       0       0           0              o%           0

                            ANIMAL                              0                   o              Oo/o         0        o.         I       0        I           6        33-3%           0            D%
     31¡1E C      MOTOR VEHICLE -                       1               1

                                                                                                                                     6       0        6           1        50.0%           0            0%
                                                                                                                0        Oo/.
     3l5D C PRoPERTYDAIvIAGE-H&R                        0       0       0           0              D%

                                                                                                                          0%         0       0        0           1       -1 00.00/o       0            D%
     3157 C PEDESTRIAN - NO INJURY                      O       0       0           0              0%           0
                                                                                                                          0%         0       0        0                   -100.0%          0             0%
     3160 c PÊRSONALINJURY-H&R                          O       0       0           0              0o/6         0

                                                                                                                          0%         19      0       l9           2Ê      -26.9%            0            0%
     3170 C PRIVATE PROPERTY                            4        0      4           2             100.0%        0

                                                                                                                                     6       0        b           5        20-0%            0            0%
     3175 C PRIVATEPROPERTY.HER                         1        0      1            I             o%           0         0%

     sIOO         TRAFFICCRASHES                        r5015                       tg            1ár?ß         0         or         to      010                  ?t        2.iÍ            0            cß
                                                                                     0             o%           0         Oolo                0                   0          o%             o            0%
     3205 C SUDDEN DEATH - NATURAL                      0        0      0

                                                                 0      0                      -100.0%          0         o%                  0                   5        -80.0%           0            D%
     3208     C   DEATH INVESTIGATION. CAUSE UNKN       0

                                                                        0                                       0                             0                    0         OT¡            o            0%
     3217 A       ATTEMPT SUICIDE    _   AÐULT          0        0                   0              0o/o                  D'/o

                                                                 0      f            0              0%          0         0%          1       0                    0         o%             0            D%
     3217 C       ATTEMPT SUICIDE - ADULT               1


                                                                 0      0                           OYo         0         o%             1    0                    0         0%             0            0t6
     3225     C   OVERDOSE. DRUGS                       0                            0

                                                        0        0      0            0                          0         Oo/"           0    0                       1   -1 00.0%          0            D%
      3250    C   MEI.ITAL                                                                          DD/"


     3255 C       OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES                 0        0      0            0              OTo         0         o%             0    0       0            1      -l 00.0%          0            Oe/c


      3299 C      \A'ELFARE CHECK                           6    D      6            5            2O.OYo        0         Oc/n       72       0       22          13        6fr.2%          0            096

     1200         $CKrITJURYOOFülÌlT                    7               I            6            t8.7t¡        0         0fnon20$¡f0                                                                    OT

      3309    c   LIOUOR INSPECTION                     21       0      21          21            -1?-SVi                 0o/o       1oo      0      100          170      11-2%            0            orÁ

      3310  c     FAMILY TROUBLE                            1    0          I        2            -50.0%                  0%             I    09                      4    125.0%           o            0%

      331 I c     CUSTOMER TROUBLE                          0    0          0        0              0%                    oo/,           0    00                      1   -1 00.0%             0         D%

      3312    c   NEIGHBORHOOD TROUBLE                      4       D   4               1         300.0%                  0%             4    0¡+                     3     33.3%              0         0%

      3313    c   CONFISCATED PROPERTY                      0       D       0           1         {00.0%                  0%             0    00                      1    -100.0%             0         Ol/ù

      3316    c   LOST PROPERTY                             7       D       7           1         600.0%                  0%         21       021                 15        ¿10.0%             D         0%

      3318 A      FOUND PROPERTY                            0       0       0        0              ooÄ                   0%             1    0'l                     0       Ao/o             0         D%

      331   I c   FOUND PROPERTY                            4       0       4           1           Oo/o                  D%         25       o25                 2D        25,O%              0         D?B

      3320    c   OPEN BUILDINGS                            0       0       0           3         -100.0%                             't1     0       11          1l          0e              0         ælo

      332¡1   A    SUSPIGIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES                 0       0       0           0           t%                    o%             2    02                      0       o%               0         0%

                                                                        Data valld thrEugh 0610912011       l2;oltAln ***PCT CHG is baeed upon Actu.l (RPT-UNFI                      Report RilS{S1
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                                                                           20         23        -13.0%         D       0%         77          6       71      90        -21-1i/o        D           D1å
     3324 C      SUSPICIOUS CIRCUMSTANCES                  22      2
                                                                                                               0       0%         12                  11      20        .15.0%          0           D%
                 SUSPICIOUS VEHICLES                       3       0       ó          6         -50-0o/o
     3326 C
                                                                           2          l0        -70-o%         0       0%         16                  16      z7        40:7"4          0           016
     332E C      SUSPICIOUS PERSONS                        J       0

                                                           0       0       0          0              o%        0       o%         1                   I       1           0%             0          091
     3329 C      INTELLIGENCE INFORMAT|ON

     3330 C ASSIST OTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT            AI     5       0                  2         150-0%         0       o%         I                   I       B         125%             D          o%

                                                                                                     go/o      0       ork                            1       0           o%             0          0%
                                                           0       0       0          0                                           1
     3331 A      ASSIST MEDICAL
                                                           7       0                  3         133.3%         0       0%         2A                  2e      24        16.7%            I       3.69/6
     3331 C ASSIST MEDICAL
                                                                                                                                                      3       2          50-0%           0          goa
                                                           0       0       0          0              0%        0       Or/.       3
     3332   C    ASSIST FIRE DEPT
                                                                                                     0%        0                  17                  17      12         41.7"4          0          0%
     3333   c    ASSIST MOTORIST                           6       0       E           0                               o?/o

                                                                                                                                                                                                    o%
     3334 C ASSIST OTHER GOVT AGENCY                       I       0       I           1        700-D%         0       ö%         15                  15      6         150.0%           0

                                                                                       0             0%        0                   0                   0      1         -1t0.OYo         0          0%
     33s6 A      ASSIST CITIZEN                            0       0       0                                           OTo


                                                                                                    E1.8%      D       O'/o       73                  72      52         38.5o/o         0          0%
     3336 C      ASSISf CITIZEN                            2A      0       20         11

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     ss37 C ASSIST CIT]ZEN - VEH LOCKOUT                           0       0                                           Oo/ô


     3345    C   ACCIDENTAL PROPERTY DAMAGE                 0       0      0           0             o%        0       0%          I                   1       2        -50.0o¿          0          D}6

                                                                           0           0              o%       0       0%          0                   0       3        -100.0%          0          D%
     3351 C      CIVIL - LANDLORD / TENANT                          0

     335s    C   CIVIL MATTER - OTHER                       5       0       5          4            25.Oo/o    0       t%          7                   7       I         -12.58/t        0          ú/"

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     3501 C      OPEN GENERIC                              19316                       1¡l          1¿t.3%     0       Oo/o       60          7       6'l     11         3B.E%           0          D9ò


     3503    c   OPEN GENERIC                               0       0       0              0          Olo      0       o%             7       0        7          9      12.2%           0          û9ò

     3504 C      OPEN GENÉRIC                              53053                      110           -51.8%     0       Ð%         333         0       333     619        46¿%            0          D%

     3505 C      OPEN GENERIC                               0          0    0              0          Oo/r         0    Do/.                  0                   0        o%            0           0%

      3507 C     OPEN GENERIC                               5          D    5              5          o%           0    o%         2g         0       26      27         -3J%            0           OVo

      3508 C     OPEN GENERIC                                  5       0               14           -57.10/"       0    o%         4S         0       49      76         -35.5%          0           OYo


      3509 C     OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0       0           0          oo/.         0    o%            0       0           0       1     -'t00.0%         0           0o/o

      3510 C     OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0       0           1        -100.0%        0    D%            0           0       0       1     -'100-00/,       o           OV"

      3512 C     OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0                   0          go/o         0    o%            0       0           0       2     -100.0ol¡            0       0%
      3513   C   OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0       0           0          Oo/o         0    D%            2           0       2       0        o%                0       0%
      3515 C     OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0       0            0         Oo/"         0    0%            1           0       1        I       0%                0       0%
      3517 C     OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0       0            1       -1 00.0%       0    OVD           0           0       0       1     -100.0%              0       0%
      3520 C      OPEN GENERIC                                 0       0       0            0         D%           0    D'/o          0           0       0       2     -100-oo/.            0       D%


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                                                                                                                                    t25            0         125       122       2.5%           o              o%
          C OPEN GENERIC                             26          0        26          18            4.4%         D        o1t6
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                                                                                                                          o%         5             0          5        b        -16.7%          0              D%
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    3523 C OPEN GENERIC                                                   0
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                                                                                                                 0        0%         69            2         67        7E       -1¡t.l%            D           Dlå
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    3526 C OPEN GENERIC                              1t          U        11

                                                                                                                          0%         0              0         0        2        -100.0%            D           0%
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    3527 C OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0        0
                                                                                                                                                    0        23        30        -3.3%             u           0%
    3531 C OPEN GENERIC                                  I       0        E           ?             't4.s%       0        o%         2S

                                                                                                                                     13             D        13        17       -23.5%             0           0%
                                                                          5           2             50.0%        0         0%
    3535 C OPEN GENERIC                                  3       0
                                                                                                                                      3             0         I         0         0%               0           D%
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    3537 C OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0        t¡                          0o/o

                                                                                                                                                    0         1         0         0%               0           096
                                                                                       0              0%         0         Oo/o       1
    3542 A OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0        0
                                                                                                                                     27             0        27        31       -12.9%             D           D%
    3542 C OPEN GENER]C                                  I       0         9          11            -16-2o/o     D         o%

                                                                                       0              0%         0         Olt        't            0         t           0       0%               0           00J6
    3546 C OPEN GENERIC                                  0       0         0
                                                                                                                                     20             0        2g        11        81.8%             0           o%
                                                                           6                        500,0%       0         Oo/o
    3517 C OPEN GENERIC                                  6        0                    1

                                                                                                                                                                          2     '50.0%             0           0%
                                                                           I                          o%         0         o%         3             0
     3548 C OPEN GENERIC                                 1        0                    1


                                                                                                                 0         o%        37             0         37       1+        -15,9%            0            0%
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     3549 C OPEN GENERIC                                 3        0                   10

     3550 C OPEN GENERIC                                 2        0        2           4            -50.0%       0         o%         B             0             I       6      33.3%             0            D%

                                                                                                    133.3%        0        o%        38             D         3E          r6     137.5'Á           0            D%
     3552 C OPEN GENERIC                                 11       0       11           6

                                                                                                                  0        0%         15            0         15          2'l    -2.8.60/o         0            0%
     3553 C OPEN GENERIC                                 3        0        3           7            -57.1%
                                                                                                                                                    0             1       D        Ð%              0            0%
     3554 C OPEN GENERIC                                                                               0%         0
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     3555 A OPENGENERIC                                  0        0        0           0               o%            0

                                                                                                                            0%        20                0     20          32     -37.5%                0        0%
     3555 C OPEN GENERIC                                     1       0        1        s             -EE.9%          0

      3556 C OPEN GENERIC                                    2       0        2           z            OVo           0      O'/.       7                0         7       I      -12.5%                0        096

                                                                                                                                                        0     12           5     140.0%                0        D%
     3557 G OPEN GENERIC                                     1       0        1           0            o%            0      0%        12

                                                                                                                                     243                      243      332       -2B.Bo/o              D        0%
     3556 C OPEN GENERIC                                 5E          0     58          77            -24.7%          0      0ollo                       0

                                                                                                                                                                                 200.û%                         o%
      3559 C OPEN GENERIC                                                                 0            0%            0      o%             3            0                   1                          D
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      3561 C OPEN GENERIC                                                                                                                  2                      2         3
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      3568 C OPEN GENERIG                                    2       0        2            6         â6.7%           0      0%        13                          t¿        U     33.s99               0        D%

      3569 C OPEN GENERIC                                    2       0         2       10            -E0.00/"        0      0%         11               0         14      17     -17.6%                0        0%

       E{t00 iloil.cRltlxAlcotFLA¡ilTs                   2!6  I           23!         tll            -Sl.7l3         0      0l3      ll!6           l0       1116 16f? 'za.t*                          0        0rÉ

       3699   C   ALL OTHER   COMPIIINÏS                  000                                          Dolo          0      D%                          0                           096                0        0'À

       1800       sNowtoBlLE coxPlA¡f{ts   ,   AcclDEt       0       0         o           0           0t6           0      0t             ,|           0         I         0       0r                 0        0f
       3702 C     ROAD I-IAZARD                              o        0        000%to%3036                                                                                       -50.0%                0        016

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                                          Traffic Stop Data
                                                    May   20ll




                                                                           Traffic Stops - Cttetion lssued;
                                                                                         53          t   Traffic stops - Citation lssued: 53
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                                                 Arrest Charge Data
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                                795
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                                                            Arnst Gharget: 14
  Memorandum

 To:     City Council Members, City Manager

 From:   Kim Garland \/-8

 Date:   6lzolzo:-:-

 Re:     Annual MERS Defined Benefit (Pension) Actuarial




Please find attached a copy the Executive Summary section of the annual MERS Defined
Benefit actuarial. As indicated in the attached summary (page ¡) the City is now at a funded
status of 670/o-a 3olo increase from last year. Below is a copy of a table from the detailed
report that shows the City's historical funding status.

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                        199ó                gEE19ll        c    2,r   lí.sós           1w.               6Ð1.96ñ            4t"¡i
                        r ùû1               !.545Jr99           23út,94{t              6?           r,rt2.9J9               80
                        I   99t             I,gúr,{9t           ìÃnfrú9                ó6           1.331.6æ                0l
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                        1                   4,4{4.1ró           3,01?,e89              69           ¡,t66JE?                8f
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                    ?fllrl                  7,96t,r5?           4,6t5,t?t              59           x,1?8"?!5             22t
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                    20{E                    9,53f"1 S{          ú0ó{,4r4               64           3,4t0,1J0             343
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                                  ^d¡rdd

Approximately one-third of the City's current, active employees are members of the
defined benefit plan. The City plan was closed to new members in 1997. The City is
budgeted to contribute $668,546 (more than two mils) in 2ott-2ot2 toward this plan,
which supports z7 current retirees and beneficiaries.

The plan has been significantly underfunded. ln January 2oo7t City Council adopted a
measure to increase annual contributions by nearly 6o0/oto improve funding status. With
this plan in place, and based on the current actuarial, the City should reach an 8o% funded
status by zo16.

The remaining two-thirds of the City's employees participate in a defined contribution (4or-
type) plan. Total, budgeted 2oa7--2o7-2 defined contribution expense is $r29,r59. There is
no long-term liability to the City with a defined contribution plan.
                                                    City of Chelsea (8103)
                                                      Executive SummarY

                                              Required EmPloYer Contributions

The computed minimum required employer conhibutions to the retirernent system for the fiscal
years beginning July 1, 2012 (2010 Valuation) and July 1,2011 (2009 Valuation) are as follows:

                                                       Minimum Required Monthly Employer Contributions @
                                                       Percentage of Payroll     $ Based on Valuation Payroll

                Division                        2010 Valuation 2009 Valuation                            2010 Valuation             2009 Valuation
                                                                   o/                        o/
                                                                                            -/o                   $9,313                         $9,396
01 - General #                                                 -7fj
                                                                                             o/
                                                                                            -/o                    6,857                          7,140
02 - Police/Fire #                                             -%
l0  NonUnion Slrd #
     -                                                         -%                           -%                    20,129                         19,900
 Total Municipality                                                                                              $36,299                        s36,436

         The above employer contribtttion reqnirentents are in addition 1o the member contributions,          if any, shown in Table I.
  @
                                                                                     dollar conlribution amotlnls shown in this table          page 70).
  #      This division   will nor have nø,u hires. Invoices will   be based on the                                                      (see




Please see the Comments on the Investment Markets on page 3.

For additional details see Table 15.

It is important to note that the contribution rates shown above are not expected to remain at present
levels indefinitely. If future experience were to match the valuation assumptions exactly, the
computed employer rates for divisions that are open to new hires would trend over time toward the
long-term cost of system benefits, known as the Normal Cost (see Table 15). For underfunded
divisions that are closed to new hires and are not linked to an open division, the computed employer
dollar contribution would increase 4%-8% annually, until full funding is reached. The required
employer contribution for such a closed division typically reaches its highest level about Il-12
years after the division becomes closed. Prospective benefit changes as well as Retirement System
gains and losses will also affect future contribution rates.

Contribution rates will change from one year to the next as a result of changes in benefit
provisions, changes in the actuarial assumptions, and experience of the plan (investment
experience and demographic experience).

The 2010 valuation reflects changes in actuarial assumptions and/or methods (please refer to page
44). The effects of the changes are shown in the note below Table 16 for each division. For benefit
provision changes see Table 1.




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                                     Executive Summary (continued)
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g                                           2010 System Experience

5      Based on the smoothed Actuarial Value of Assets, the recognized. rate of investment return for
       MERS overall was 5.7o/o (up from 5 .3% tn 2009, but less than the \Yo actuarial assumption). On
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       average this will result in increases in computed employer contributions.
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       Dernographic experience varied by division. This reflects what actually happened to participants
       (active members, retirees, and vested former members) compared to what was projected by the
ã       acttarialassumptions.
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                                              2010 Funded Position
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       The ratio of the Valuation Assets to the Actuarial Accrued Liability for City of Chelsea in
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       aggregate is 670/o; last year's ratio was 64%.
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                                    Comments on the Investment Markets
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       The dramatic price declines across the world financial markets in 2008 led to increased volatility
E      unlike any experienced in decades. The following two years, 2009 and 2010, have been more
-E     stable and MERS' portfolio recovered with investment returns of over 17% and I4yo,
       respectively. While economic worries continue to haunt investors world-wide, equity markets
E      have rebounded, particularly in the United States. MERS maintains the 8% annual return
EI     assumption on investments in the belief that over the long term this is achievable.

å      The actuarial value of assets (funding value), used to determine both your funded status and your
       required employer contribution, is based on a lO-year smoothed value of assets. Only a portion
       (three-tenths, for 2008, 2009, and 2010) of the 2008 investment market losses were recognized in
E      this actuarial valuation report. This reduces the volatility of the valuation results, which affects
       your required employer contribution and actuarial funded percentage.

E      As of December 3l,20I0the actuarial value of assets is ll6o/oof market value (down from 125%o
'å     in 2009). This means that meeting the actuarial assumption in the next few years will require
       average arurual market returns that exceed the 8% investment return assumption.
,i{
 q     If the December 31, 2010 valuation results were based on market value on that date instead of
       10-year smoothed funding value: i) the funded percent of your entire municipality would be 57%o
 ,
       (instead of 67%); and ii) your total employer contribution requirement for the fiscal year starting
q      July 1, 2012 would be 5547,548 (instead of $435,583). If the investment markets do not fully
       make-up for the 2008 losses, employer contribution requirements may rise. MERS' investment
.E
       shategy employs diversification using various asset categories (stocks, bonds, and to a smaller
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                                         City of Chelsea (8103)
                                 Executive Summary (continued)


extent real estate and private equiry) to capture as much of the upside return as possible while
managing acceptable risk. If contribution increases do become necessary, MERS would work to
impose them incrementally.

Remember that only three-tenths of the 2008 market losses are reflected in this actuarial valuation
report. As was true for past market downturns, MERS expects the markets to continue to
rebound. By the time the 2008 market losses would be fully recognized (over the following 7
years), future market gains are expected to partly or fully offset 2008 market losses. This
smoothing method is a powerful tool for reducing the volatility of your required employer
contributions. However, if the flrnancial markets do not rebound, the result would be gradual
increases in your employer contribution requirement over the next 7 years (as described above).

                          Possible Future Changes in Actuarial Assumptions

Actuarial assumptions are reviewed every five years, and sometimes more often. The most recent
review of MERS actuarial assumptions was completed in March 2010, and coveredthe2004-2008
valuation years. All areas of activity were studied, and the Retirement Board adopted revised
actuarial assumptions that willbe reflected in this valuation (see page 44), and in the December 31,
2011 valuation. MERS expects to provide employers with general updates concerning pending
revised acttarial assumptions and the ongoing effects of the flrnancial markets.

Projections of Employer Contributions and Funded Percentage - Combined for All Divisions

The following page combines the projections for each division (see chart 17.5 for each division)
into a projection for the municipality as a whole. Please refer to page 67 for a discussion of the
projection. As noted there, the projection should not be used for short term budgeting purposes
because the assumptions are designed to be a long term expectation of future events. For example,
the projection assumes that the 10-year smoothed actuarial value of assets always reflects 8olo
annual investment income (which would require all of the 2008 market losses to be recouped
sooner than is likely).




                                                                                                                     on
Comment on Actuarial Calculations - The projections of your future employer contributions in this report are based
the current actuarial assumptions used in the Decemtrer 31, 2010 actuarial valuation. As always, your required employer
contribution rate changes every year, in response to demographic changes, financial experience, benefit provision
changes, etc, within your specific plan. The results of future actuarial valuations will differ from the projections'
sometimes materially.

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                                             City of Chelsea (8103)
                                    Executive Summary (concluded)
                                           All Divisions Combined


                                   Proj ected Annual Employer Contributions
        $750,000                                                                           50,000


        $600,000


        $450,000                                                                           50,000


        $300,000                                                                             ,000


        $150,000                                                                          150,000



                    t2                   2017                      2022            2027
                                                  Fiscal Year Beginning July   1




                                             Projected Funded Percentage


                1                                                                         rcO%




                    10                      15                     2020            2025
                                                  Valuation Date I)ecember 31


Note: Please refer to page 67 for a discussion ofthe projection.



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