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					    CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
    BOARD OF TRUSTEES
    STUDY SESSION



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    January 7, 2008
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    PRESENT:       Supervisor Payne, Clerk Roncelli, Treasurer Devine; Trustees
                   Buckley, Barnett, and Savoie

    Applicants for the Vacant Position on the Board

    The Board reviewed the application packets for sixteen candidates. The
    evaluation system used to rate the applicants was very thorough and all
    candidates did well. It was noted that the longevity of the candidates living in the
    Township was remarkable.

    The Board agreed that each candidate had exceptional qualities and any of them
    would work well on other Boards such as Board of Review or Planning
    Commission.

    The Board will make a formal decision at their meeting on Monday, January 14,
    2008 and a letter will be sent to all candidates notifying them of the results.

    All applications will be filed for future reference.


I   West Hills Middle School Park Resolution

    Supervisor Payne asked for the Board's approval to place the West Hills Middle
    School Park resolution on the January 14, 2008 agenda. The resolution would
    state that the Township supports the project and fundraising efforts. The Board
    consented that they were in favor of the resolution.

    It was also noted that the school would be advised that certain events require a
    permit in the Township, such as a silent auction or raffle.


    Miscellaneous

    Supervisor Payne advised the Board that a meeting had been held to discuss the
    Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DWSD) contract. The City of
    Bloomfield Hills is researching the possibility of getting their water supply from
    the Southeastern Oakland County Water Authority (SOCWA), which may save
    money on their rate but they will not get the same discount as SOCWA members.
    Hubbell, Roth and Clark (HRC) will complete a study to determine cost
    effectiveness for Bloomfield Township. Most SOCWA communities pay less than


I   those that pay DWSD directly. However, SOCWA does not have enough storage
    for Bloomfield Township's needs. The Board also discussed the possibilities of
    installing water storage tanks for relief during peak period usage or two-tier
    payments for heavy users.
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    BOARD OF TRUSTEES
    STUDY SESSION



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    January 7, 2008
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    Supervisor Payne stated that he would get a draft copy of the Township
    newsletter water rates article to distribute to the Board for review.


    The Board stated that they would be interested in having State Representative
    Moss and State Senator Pappageorge speak routinely at Township Board
    meetings regarding real estate, taxes and possible relief for the State of
    Michigan.




    Meeting adjourned at 2:54 p.m.



                                                  .JANETRONCELLI

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                                                 'TOWNSHIP CLERK




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    Board of Trustees Meeting
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    January 14, 2008
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I   PRESENT:
                            MINUTES - MONDAY, JANUARY 14, 2008

                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie,
                 Also present, Attorney William Hampton

    ABSENT:      None

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.


    ITEM #1      Vacant Board Position Fulfillment

    In December 2007, Sherry Stefanes formally announced her resignation, effective January 1,
    2008, from the Board of Trustees. The position was advertised and all qualified candidates
    were asked to submit a resume and letter of interest. There were 16 candidates from varying
    backgrounds that applied. The remaining Board members held a study session on January 7,
    2008 and agreed that one candidate stood out. The Board decided that Greg Jamian would
    be capable of fulfilling former Trustee Stefanes term.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Savoie to APPOINT Greg Jamian as a Trustee on the

I   Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees.

    AYES:
    NAYS:
                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                        JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                        TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #2      Approved Board Minutes of December 10, 2007 & Study Session Minutes
                 of January 7, 2008




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    ITEM #3      Police Officer Kelly Marthen Commendation

    Judy McAtee and Sally Ann Brown, Henry Ford Health Systems, presented Officer Marthen
    with a plaque for his dedication in instructing expectant parents on the proper way to utilize
    child restraint systems. They stated that he provides a valuable service to the hospital and
    parents. Chief Bowden also received a plaque for the department's commitment as well.
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    ITEM #4       Final Site Plan Review - Capital Building Program

    Patti McCullough, Director of Planning and Building, made the presentation.

    This is the site plan review for the second phase of the Capital Building Program which
    involves improvements to the Department of Public Works (DPW) building, construction of a
    new salt storage facility, renovations and additions to the Central Fire Station and creation of
    new central campus parking areas and drive isles.

    The building and parking setbacks are in compliance with the Township's Zoning Ordinance,
    except for the Central Fire Station building addition, which encroaches the 40-foot front
    setback along Andover Road. The Zoning Board of Appeals granted a 16-foot encroachment
    variance for this setback.

    John Argenta and Louis Margitan, Project Architects, CDPA, presented the Board with a
    PowerPoint presentation depicting the changes that will be made with Phase II.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Final Site Plan Review for
    Phase II of the Township's Capital Building Program.

I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                  Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                          JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #5       Resolution to Authorize Bond Sale for 2008 Water and Sewer Capital
                  Improvement Program

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Devine to APPROVE the Resolution to Authorize the
    Bond Sale for the 2008 Water and Sewer Capital Improvement Program.



I                    RESOLUTION AUTHORIZING ISSUANCE OF
       GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS, SERIES 2008A AND SERIES 2008B


          WHEREAS, the Township Board of the Charter Township of Bloomfield (the
    "Township") has determined to undertake improvements to the Township's water supply
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    system (the "Water System") and improvements to the Township's sewage disposal system
    (the "Sewer System") (collectively, the "Project"); and

           WHEREAS, the Township is authorized to issue bonds under Section 517 of Act 34,
    Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended ("Act 34") and use the proceeds of the sale of
    such bonds to pay all or part of the cost of capital improvement items such as the Project;
    and

           WHEREAS, the Township has determined that it is in the best interest of the Township
    to issue bonds under Section 517 of Act 34 for the purpose of paying the cost of the Project.

        NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF THE
    CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD, OAKLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN, as follows;

          1.            AUTHORIZATION OF BONDS - PURPOSE. Two series of bonds of the
                        Township aggregating the principal sum of Eight Million Seven Hundred
                        Fifty Thousand Dollars ($8,750,000) shall be issued and sold for the
                        purpose of defraying the cost of the Project. The first series of bonds
                        (the "Series 2008A Bonds") shall be issued in the principal amount of
                        Four Million Seven Hundred Fifty Thousand Dollars ($4,750,000) for the

I                       purpose of defraying the cost of that portion of the Project consisting of
                        improvements to the Water System, and the second series of bonds (the
                        "Series 2008B Bonds") shall be issued in the principal amount of Four
                        Million Dollars ($4,000,000) for the purpose of defraying the cost of that
                        portion of the Project consisting of improvements to the Sewer System.
                        The Series 2008A Bonds and the Series 2008B Bonds are hereinafter
                        collectively referred to as the "Bonds."

          2.            BOND DETAILS. The Series 2008A Bonds shall be designated
                        "General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds, Series 2008A" and the Series
                        2008B Bonds shall be designated "General Obligation Limited Tax
                        Bonds, Series 2008B." Each series of the Bonds shall be dated as of
                        March 1, 2008, or such other date determined by the Township Board at
                        the time of sale; shall be fully registered; shall be in the denomination of
                        $5,000 each or any integral multiple thereof not exceeding the aggregate
                        principal amount for each maturity at the option of the purchaser thereof;
                        shall bear interest at a rate or rates not exceeding 6% per annum to be
                        determined upon the sale thereof, payable on November 1, 2008 and
                        semiannually thereafter on the first days of May and November in each
                        year; and shall mature on May 1, of each year as follows:



I          Year

           2009
           2010
                             Series 2008A
                            Principal Amount

                                $50,000
                                100,000
                                                    Series 2008B
                                                   Principal Amount

                                                        $50,000
                                                         50,000
                                                                                 Total
                                                                           Principal Amount

                                                                              $100,000
                                                                               150,000
           2011                 100,000                 100,000                200,000
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           2012                100,000               100,000                200,000
           2013                100,000               100,000                200,000
           2014                200,000               100,000                300,000
           2015                200,000               100,000                300,000
           2016                200,000               200,000                400,000
           2017                200,000               200,000                400,000
           2018                200,000               200,000                400,000
           2019                300,000               200,000                500,000
           2020                300,000               200,000                500,000
           2021                300,000               300,000                600,000
           2022                300,000               300,000                600,000
           2023                300,000               300,000                600,000
           2024                400,000               300,000                700,000
           2025                400,000               400,000                800,000
           2026                500,000               400,000                900,000
           2027                500,000               400,000                900,000

          3.           PAYMENT OF PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST. The principal oi
                       interest on the Bonds shall be payable in lawful money of the United
                       States. Principal shall be payable upon presentation and surrender of

I                      the Bonds to the bond registrar and paying agent as they severally
                       mature. Interest shall be paid to the registered owner of each Bond as
                       shown on the registration books at the close of business on the 15th day
                       of the calendar month preceding the month in which the interest
                       payment is due. Interest shall be paid when due by check or draft drawn
                       upon and mailed by the bond registrar and paying agent to the
                       registered owner at the registered address.

          4.          BOOK-ENTRY SYSTEM. Initially, one fully-registered bond for each
                      maturity of each series of the Bonds, in the aggregate amount of such
                      maturity, shall be issued in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee of The
                      Depository Trust Company ("DTC") for the benefit of other parties (the
                      "Participants") in the book-entry-only transfer system of DTC. In the
                      event the Township determines that it is in the best interest of the
                      Township not to continue the book-entry system of transfer or that the
                      interests of the holders of the Bonds might be adversely affected if the
                      book-entry system of transfer is continued, the Township may notify DTC
                      and the bond registrar and paying agent, whereupon DTC will notify the
                      Participants of the availability through DTC of bond certificates. In such
                      event, the bond registrar and paying agent shall deliver, transfer and
                      exchange bond certificates as requested by DTC and any Participant or


I                     "beneficial owner" in appropriate amounts in accordance with this Bond
                      Resolution. DTC may determine to discontinue providing its services with
                      respect to the Bonds at any time by giving notice to the Township and the
                      bond registrar and paying agent and discharging its responsibilities with
                      respect thereto under applicable law or the Township may determine that
                      DTC is incapable of discharging its duties and may so advise DTC. In
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                      either such event, the Township shall use reasonable efforts to locate
                      another securities depository. Under such circumstances (if there is no
                      successor securities depository), the Township and the bond registrar
                      and paying agent shall be obligated to deliver bond certificates in
                      accordance with the procedures established by this Bond Resolution. In
                      the event bond certificates are issued, the provisions of this Bond
                      Resolution shall apply to, among other things, the transfer and exchange
                      of such certificates and the method of payment of principal of and interest
                      on such certificates. Whenever DTC requests the Township and the
                      bond registrar and paying agent to do so, the Township and the bond
                      registrar and paying agent shall cooperate with DTC in taking appropriate
                      action after reasonable notice to make available one or more separate
                      certificates evidencing the Bonds to any Participant having Bonds
                      certificated to its DTC account or to arrange for another securities
                      depository to maintain custody of certificates evidencing the Bonds.
                      Notwithstanding any other provision of this Bond Resolution to the
                      contrary, so long as any Bond is registered in the name of Cede & Co., as
                      nominee of DTC, all payments with respect to the principal of, interest on
                      and redemption premium, if any, on the Bonds and all notices with
                      respect to the Bonds shall be made and given, respectively, to DTC as

I                     provided in the Blanket Issuer Letter of Representations between DTC
                      and the Township, and the Supervisor is authorized to sign such
                      additional documents as he deems necessary or appropriate in order to
                      accomplish the issuance of the Bonds in accordance with law and this
                      Bond Resolution.

          5.          MANDATORY PRIOR REDEMPTION. If any of the Bonds are
                      designated by the original purchaser as term bonds such Bonds shall be
                      subject to mandatory prior redemption at par and accrued interest in
                      accordance with the maturity schedule set forth in Section 2 hereof and
                      upon the terms and conditions set forth in the form of Bonds contained in
                      Section 10 hereof. The Bonds to be redeemed shall be selected by lot.

          6.          OPTIONAL PRIOR REDEMPTION. Each series of the Bonds shall be
                      subject to optional redemption prior to maturity upon the terms and
                      conditions set forth in the form of Bonds contained in Section 10 hereof.

          7.          BOND REGISTRAR AND PAYING AGENT. The Bank of New York Trust
                      Company, N.A. is hereby appointed as bond registrar and paying agent
                      for the Bonds, and the Supervisor may enter into an agreement with the



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                      bond registrar and paying agent. The Supervisor from time to time may
                      designate, and may enter into an agreement with, a new bond registrar
                      and paying agent, which shall be a bank or trust company located in the
                      State of Michigan which is qualified to act in such capacity under the laws
                      of the United States of America or the State of Michigan.
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          8.          EXECUTION, AUTHENTICATION AND DELIVERY OF BONDS. The
                      Bonds shall be executed in the name of the Township by the manual or
                      facsimile signatures of the Supervisor and the Township Clerk and
                      authenticated by the manual signature of an authorized representative of
                      the bond registrar and paying agent, and the seal of the Township (or a
                      facsimile thereof) shall be impressed or imprinted on the Bonds. After the
                      Bonds have been executed and authenticated for delivery to the original
                      purchaser thereof, they shall be delivered by the Township Treasurer to
                      the purchaser upon receipt of the purchase price. Additional Bonds
                      bearing the facsimile signatures of the Supervisor and the Township Clerk
                      and upon which the seal of the Township (or a facsimile thereof) is
                      impressed or imprinted may be delivered to the bond registrar and paying
                      agent for authentication and delivery in connection with the exchange or
                      transfer of Bonds. The bond registrar and paying agent shall indicate on
                      each Bond the date of its authentication.

          9.          EXCHANGE AND TRANSFER OF BONDS. Any Bond, upon surrender
                      thereof to the bond registrar and paying agent with a written instrument of
                      transfer satisfactory to the bond registrar and paying agent duly executed
                      by the registered owner or his duly authorized attorney, at the option of

I                     the registered owner thereof, may be exchanged for Bonds of any other
                      authorized denominations of the same series and aggregate principal
                      amount and maturity date and bearing the same rate of interest as the
                      surrendered Bond.
                      Each Bond shall be transferable only upon the books of the Township,
                      which shall be kept for that purpose by the bond registrar and paying
                      agent, upon surrender of such Bond together with a written instrument of
                      transfer satisfactory to the bond registrar and paying agent duly executed
                      by the registered owner or his duly authorized attorney.
                      Upon the exchange or transfer of any Bond, the bond registrar and paying
                      agent on behalf of the Township shall cancel the surrendered Bond and
                      shall authenticate and deliver to the transferee a new Bond or Bonds of
                      any authorized denomination of the same series and aggregate principal
                      amount and maturity date and bearing the same rate of interest as the
                      surrendered Bond. If, at the time the bond registrar and paying agent
                      authenticates and delivers a new Bond pursuant to this section, payment
                      of interest on the related series of Bonds is in default, the bond registrar
                      and paying agent shall endorse upon the new Bond the following:
                      "Payment of interest on this bond is in default. The last date to which
                      interest has been paid is                         ."
                      The Township and the bond registrar and paying agent may deem and


I                     treat the person in whose name any Bond shall be registered upon the
                      books of the Township as the absolute owner of such Bond, whether such
                      Bond shall be overdue or not, for the purpose of receiving payment of the
                      principal of and interest on such Bond and for all other purposes, and all
                      payments made to any such registered owner, or upon his order, in
                      accordance with the provisions of Section 3 of this Bond Resolution shall
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                         be valid and effectual to satisfy and discharge the liability upon such Bond
                        to the extent of the sum or sums so paid, and neither the Township nor
                        the bond registrar and paying agent shall be affected by any notice to the
                        contrary. The Township agrees to indemnify and save the bond registrar
                        and paying agent harmless from and against any and all loss, cost,
                        charge, expense, judgment or liability incurred by it, acting in good faith
                        and without negligence hereunder, in so treating such registered owner.
                        For every exchange or transfer of Bonds, the Township or the bond
                        registrar and paying agent may make a charge sufficient to reimburse it
                        for any tax, fee or other governmental charge required to be paid with
                        respect to such exchange or transfer, which sum or sums shall be paid by
                        the person requesting such exchange or transfer as a condition precedent
                        to the exercise of the privilege of making such exchange or transfer.
                        The bond registrar and paying agent shall not be required to transfer or
                        exchange Bonds or portions of Bonds which have been selected for
                        redemption.

           10.          FORM OF BONDS. Each series of the Bonds shall be in substantially the
                        following form:


I                               UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
                                    STATE OF MICHIGAN
                                   COUNTY OF OAKLAND
                            CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                           GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BOND
                                      SERIES 2 0 0 8 _

     INTEREST RATE         MATURITY DATE          DATE OF ORIGINAL ISSUE             CUSIP

                                                         March 1,2008

    Registered Owner:
    Principal Amount:

            The Charter Township of Bloomfield, County of Oakland, State of Michigan (the
    "Township"), acknowledges itself indebted to, and for value received, hereby promises to pay
    to the Registered Owner identified above, or registered assigns, the Principal Amount set
    forth above on the maturity date specified above, unless redeemed prior thereto as
    hereinafter provided, upon presentation and surrender of this bond at the corporate trust
    office of                                  ,            , Michigan, the bond registrar and



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    paying agent, or at such successor bond registrar and paying agent as may be designated
    pursuant to the Resolution identified below, and to pay to the Registered Owner at the close
    of business on the 15th day of the calendar month preceding the month in which an interest
    payment is due, by check or draft drawn upon and mailed by the bond registrar and paying
    agent by first class mail postage prepaid to the Registered Owner at the registered address,
    interest on such Principal Amount until the Township's obligation with respect to the payment
    of such Principal Amount is discharged, at the rate per annum specified above. Interest is
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    payable on the first days of May and November in each year, commencing on November 1,
    2008. Principal and interest are payable in lawful money of the United States of America.

           This bond is one of a series of bonds aggregating the principal sum of
                                     Dollars ($          ) issued by the Township under and
    pursuant to and in full conformity with the Constitution and Statutes of Michigan (especially
    Act 34, Public Acts of 2001, as amended) and a bond authorizing resolution adopted by the
    Township Board of the Township (the "Resolution") to defray the costs of improvements to
    the Township's [water supply system (the "Water System")] [sewage disposal system (the
    "Sewer System")]. The net revenues derived from the users of the [Water] [Sewer] System
    and the full faith and credit of the Township have been pledged to the prompt payment of the
    principal of and interest on this bond. In the event and to the extent that the net revenues
    derived from the users of the [Water] [Sewer] System are not sufficient to pay the principal of
    and interest on the bonds of this series, such principal and interest are payable as a first
    budget obligation of the Township from its general funds. The ability of the Township to raise
    such funds is subject to applicable constitutional, statutory and charter limitations on the
    taxing power of the Township.

           This bond is transferable, as provided in the Resolution, only upon the books of the
    Township kept for that purpose by the bond registrar and paying agent, upon the surrender of

I   this bond together with a written instrument of transfer satisfactory to the bond registrar and
    paying agent duly executed by the Registered Owner or his attorney duly authorized in
    writing. Upon the exchange or transfer of this bond a new bond or bonds of any authorized
    denomination, in the same aggregate principal amount and of the same interest rate and
    maturity, shall be authenticated and delivered to the transferee in exchange therefor as
    provided in the Resolution, and upon payment of the charges, if any, therein provided.
    Bonds so authenticated and delivered shall be in the denomination of $5,000 or any integral
    multiple thereof not exceeding the aggregate principal amount for each maturity.

                                MANDATORY PRIOR REDEMPTION

          Bonds maturing in the year         are subject to mandatory prior redemption at par and
    accrued interest as follows:

                                                            Principal Amount of
                 Redemption Date                           Bonds to be Redeemed




I                          (REPEAT IF MORE THAN ONE TERM BOND)
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           Bonds or portions of bonds to be redeemed by mandatory redemption shall be
    selected by lot.

                                   OPTIONAL PRIOR REDEMPTION

           Bonds maturing prior to May 1, 2019, are not subject to optional redemption prior to
    maturity. Bonds maturing on and after May 1, 2019, are subject to redemption prior to
    maturity at the option of the Township, in whole or in part, in such order as shall be
    determined by the Township, on any date on and after May 1, 2018. Bonds of a
    denomination greater than $5,000 may be partially redeemed in the amount of $5,000 or any
    integral multiple thereof. If less than all of the bonds maturing in any year are to be
    redeemed, the bonds or portions of bonds to be redeemed shall be selected by lot. The
    redemption price shall be the par value of the bond or portion of the bond called to be
    redeemed plus interest to the date fixed for redemption.

            Not less than thirty days notice of redemption shall be given to the holders of bonds
    called to be redeemed by mail to the registered holder at the registered address. Bonds or
    portions of bonds called for redemption shall not bear interest after the date fixed for
    redemption, provided funds are on hand with the bond registrar and paying agent to redeem
    the same.


I         The bond registrar and paying agent shall not be required to transfer or exchange
    bonds or portions of bonds which have been selected for redemption.

            It is hereby certified, recited and declared that all acts, conditions and things required
    to exist, happen and be performed precedent to and in the issuance of the bonds of this
    series, existed, have happened and have been performed in due time, form and manner as
    required by law, and that the total indebtedness of the Township, including the series of
    bonds of which this bond is one, does not exceed any constitutional, statutory or charter
    limitation.

           IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Charter Township of Bloomfield, Oakland County,
    Michigan, by its Township Board, has caused this bond to be executed in its name by the
    manual or facsimile signatures of the Supervisor and the Township Clerk and its corporate
    seal (or a facsimile thereof) to be impressed or imprinted hereon. This bond shall not be
    valid unless the Certificate of Authentication has been manually executed by an authorized
    representative of the bond registrar and paying agent.

                               CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                                           (SEAL)



I   By:
                 Township Clerk
                                                  By:
                                                       Supervisor
                               CERTIFICATE OF AUTHENTICATION

          This bond is one of the Series 2008       Bonds described in the within mentioned
    Resolution.
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I   Bond Registrar and Paying Agent
    By:_

             Authorized Representative

    AUTHENTICATION DATE:

                                            ASSIGNMENT

    For value received, the undersigned hereby sells, assigns and transfers unto
                                                                                           (please
    print or type name, address and taxpayer identification number of transferee) the within bond
    and all rights thereunder and does hereby irrevocably constitute and appoint
                                                                                          attorney to
    transfer the within bond on the books kept for registration thereof, with full power of
    substitution in the premises.




I   Dated:

    Signature Guaranteed



           Signature(s) must be guaranteed by an eligible guarantor institution participating in a
    Securities Transfer Association recognized signature guarantee program.


                                         END OF BOND FORM

             11 •       SECURITY. The net revenues derived from the users of the Water
                        System are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest on the
                        Series 2008A Bonds. The net revenues derived from the users of the
                        Sewer System are pledged for the payment of the principal of and interest
                        on the Series 2008B Bonds. The Bonds shall also be limited tax general
                        obligations of the Township. The full faith and credit of the Township are
                        pledged for the prompt payment of the principal of and interest on the
                        Bonds as the same shall become due. Each year the Township shall be
                        obligated, as a first budget obligation, to advance moneys from its general


I                       funds or to levy ad valorem property taxes on all taxable property within
                        its corporate boundaries to pay such principal and interest as the same
                        become due in the event and to the extent that the net revenues derived
                        from the users of the Water System, in the case of the Series 2008A
                        Bonds, and/or that the net revenues derived from the users of the Sewer
                        System, in the case of the Series 2008B Bonds, are not sufficient to make
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I                     such payment. The ability of the Township to raise funds to pay such
                      amounts is subject to applicable constitutional, statutory and charter
                      limitations on the taxing power of the Township. Nothing in this Section
                       11 shall preclude the Township from (a) issuing revenue bonds pursuant
                      to Act 94, Public Acts of Michigan, 1933, as amended ("Act 94"), or
                      additional bonds pursuant to Act 34 to pay the costs of further
                      improvements to the Water System and pledging the net revenues
                      derived from the users of the Water System for the payment of such
                      bonds on a parity basis with the Township's General Obligation Limited
                      Tax Bonds, Series 2006 and with the Series 2008A Bonds or (b) issuing
                      revenue bonds pursuant to Act 94 or additional bonds pursuant to Act 34
                      to pay the costs of further improvements to the Sewer System and
                      pledging the net revenues derived from the users of the Sewer System for
                      the payment of such bonds on a parity basis with the Series 2008B
                      Bonds.

          12.         DEFEASANCE. In the event cash or direct obligations of the United
                      States or obligations the principal of and interest on which are guaranteed
                      by the United States, or a combination thereof, the principal of and
                      interest on which, without reinvestment, come due at times and in

I                     amounts sufficient to pay, at maturity or irrevocable call for earlier optional
                      redemption, the principal of, premium, if any, and interest on the Bonds,
                      or any portion thereof, shall have been deposited in trust, this Bond
                      Resolution shall be defeased with respect to such Bonds, and the owners
                      of such Bonds shall have no further rights under this Bond Resolution
                      except to receive payment of the principal of, premium, if any, and
                      interest on such Bonds from the cash or securities deposited in trust and
                      the interest and gains thereon and to transfer and exchange Bonds as
                      provided herein.

          13.         PRINCIPAL AND INTEREST FUND. There shall be established for each
                      series of the Bonds a Principal and Interest Fund which shall be kept in a
                      separate bank account. From the proceeds of the sale of each series of
                      the Bonds there shall be set aside in the related Principal and Interest
                      Fund any premium and accrued interest received from the purchaser of
                      such series of the Bonds at the time of delivery of the same. All
                      payments made by the Township pursuant to Section 11 of this Bond
                      Resolution are pledged for payment of the principal of and interest on the
                      Bonds and as made shall be placed in the related Principal and Interest
                      Fund.



I         14.         CONSTRUCTION FUND. The remainder of the proceeds of the sale of
                      each series of the Bonds shall be set aside in a separate construction
                      fund for the related portion of the Project funded by such series of Bonds
                      and used to acquire and construct the related portion of the Project and,
                      to the extent not needed to pay the cost of the related portion of the
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I                     Project, to acquire and construct additional improvements to the Water
                      System or the Sewer System, as the case may be.

          15.         ESTIMATES OF PERIOD OF USEFULNESS AND COST. The estimates
                      of $8,750,000 as the cost of the Project and of 20 years and upwards as
                      the period of usefulness thereof, as submitted to this Township Board, are
                      approved and adopted.

          16.         APPROVAL OF MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY. The
                      issuance and sale of the Bonds is subject to approval being granted
                      therefor by the Department of Treasury of the State of Michigan in
                      accordance with Act 34, and the Township has been granted qualified
                      status by the Department of Treasury as provided in Act 34.

          17.        SALE, ISSUANCE, DELIVERY, TRANSFER AND EXCHANGE OF
                     BONDS.
                      The Township shall sell the Bonds at not less than 99% nor more than
                     101% of their par value and accrued interest in accordance with the laws
                     of this state. The Supervisor, the Township Clerk and the Township
                     Treasurer are each authorized to execute and deliver such certificates or

I                    documents as bond counsel shall require and to do all other things
                     necessary to effectuate the sale, issuance, delivery, transfer and
                     exchange of the Bonds in accordance with the provisions of this Bond
                     Resolution.

          18.         REPLACEMENT OF BONDS. Upon receipt by the Township Clerk of
                      proof of ownership of an unmatured Bond, of satisfactory evidence that
                      the Bond has been lost, apparently destroyed or wrongfully taken and of
                      security or indemnity which complies with applicable law and is
                      satisfactory to the Township Clerk, the Township Clerk may authorize the
                      bond registrar and paying agent to deliver a new executed Bond to
                      replace the Bond lost, apparently destroyed or wrongfully taken in
                      compliance with applicable law. In the event an outstanding matured
                      Bond is lost, apparently destroyed or wrongfully taken, the Township
                      Clerk may authorize the bond registrar and paying agent to pay the Bond
                      without presentation upon the receipt of the same documentation required
                      for the delivery of a replacement Bond. The bond registrar and paying
                      agent, for each new Bond delivered or paid without presentation as
                      provided above, shall require the payment of expenses, including counsel
                      fees, which may be incurred by the bond registrar and paying agent and
                      the Township in the premises. Any Bond delivered pursuant the


I                     provisions of this Section 18 in lieu of any Bond lost, apparently destroyed
                      or wrongfully taken shall be of the same form and tenor and be secured in
                      the same manner as the Bond in substitution for which such Bond was
                      delivered.
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           19-          TAX COVENANT. The Township covenants to comply with all
                        requirements of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended,
                        necessary to assure that the interest on the Bonds will be and will remain
                        excludable from gross income for federal income tax purposes. The
                        Supervisor, the Township Clerk, the Township Treasurer and other
                        appropriate Township officials are authorized to do all things necessary to
                        assure that the interest on the Bonds will be and will remain excludable
                        from gross income for federal income tax purposes.

          20.           QUALIFIED TAX EXEMPT OBLIGATIONS. The Bonds are hereby
                        designated as Qualified Tax Exempt Obligations as described in Section
                        265(b)(3)(B) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended.

          21 •          NOTICE OF SALE. Sealed bids for the purchase of the Bonds shall be
                       received up to such time as shall hereafter be determined by the
                       Supervisor. The Notice of Sale for the Bonds shall be published in
                       accordance with law in The Bond Buyer and shall be in substantially the
                       following form:

                               OFFICIAL NOTICE OF SALE

I                         CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                        COUNTY OF OAKLAND, STATE OF MICHIGAN
            $4,750,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS, SERIES 2008A
            $4,000,000 GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS, SERIES 2008B

    SEALED BIDS for the purchase of the above bonds will be received an agent of the
    undersigned at the office of Bendzinski & Co., Municipal Finance Advisors, 607 Shelby, Suite
    600, Detroit, Michigan 48226-3282, on Monday, the          day of                , 2008, until
             o'clock,   .M., Eastern Standard Time, at which time and place said bids will be
    publicly opened and read. Signed bids may be submitted by fax, but no bid will be received
    after the time for receiving bids specified above and the bidder bears all risks of transmission
    failure.
    IN THE ALTERNATIVE: Bids may be submitted electronically via PARITY pursuant to this
    Notice on the same date and until the same time, but no bid will be received after the time for
    receiving bids specified above. To the extent any instructions or directions set forth in
    PARITY conflict with this Notice, the terms of this Notice shall control. For further information
    about PARITY, potential bidders may contact Bendzinski & Co. at (313) 961-8222 or PARITY
    at (212) 849-5021.

    BOND DETAILS: The bonds will be fully registered bonds of the denomination of $5,000


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    each or any integral multiple thereof not exceeding the aggregate principal amount for each
    maturity at the option of the purchaser thereof, dated March 1, 2008, and will bear interest
    from their date payable on November 1, 2008, and semi-annually thereafter.

           Said bonds will mature on the first day of May as follows:
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                                      Series 2008A Bonds             Series 2008B Bonds
               Year                    Principal Amount               Principal Amount

               2009                         $50,000                        $50,000
               2010                         100,000                         50,000
               2011                         100,000                        100,000
               2012                         100,000                        100,000
               2013                         100,000                        100,000
               2014                         200,000                        100,000
               2015                         200,000                        100,000
               2016                         200,000                        200,000
               2017                         200,000                        200,000
               2018                         200,000                        200,000
               2019                         300,000                        200,000
               2020                         300,000                        200,000
               2021                         300,000                        300,000
               2022                         300,000                        300,000
               2023                         300,000                        300,000
               2024                         400,000                        300,000
               2025                         400,000                        400,000

I              2026
               2027
                                            500,000
                                            500,000
                                                                           400,000
                                                                           400,000

    TERM BOND OPTION: Bidders shall have the option of designating bonds maturinc
    years 2019 through final maturity as serial bonds or term bonds, or both. The bid must
    designate whether each of the principal amounts shown above for the years 2019 through
    final maturity represent a serial maturity or a mandatory redemption requirement for a term
    bond maturity. There may be more than one term bond designated. In any event, the above
    principal amount scheduled for the years 2019 through final maturity shall be represented by
    either serial bond maturities or mandatory redemption requirements, or a combination of
    both. Any such designation must be made at the time bids are submitted.

    PRIOR REDEMPTION:

           A.      MANDATORY REDEMPTION. Bonds designated as term bonds shall be
    subject to mandatory redemption at par and accrued interest on the dates and in the
    amounts corresponding to the annual principal maturities hereinbefore set forth. The bonds
    or portions of bonds to be redeemed shall be selected by lot.

           B. OPTIONAL REDEMPTION. Bonds maturing on and after May 1, 2019, shall be
    subject to redemption prior to maturity, at the option of the Township, in whole or in part, in


I   any order, on any date on and after May 1, 2018. Bonds of a denomination greater than
    $5,000 may be redeemed in part in amounts of $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof. If less
    than all of the bonds maturing in any year are to be redeemed, the bonds or portions of
    bonds to be redeemed shall be selected by lot. The redemption price shall be the par value
    of the bond or portion of the bond called to be redeemed plus interest to the date fixed for
    redemption.
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I           C.     NOTICE OF REDEMPTION. Not less than thirty days' notice of redemption
    shall be given by mail to the registered owners of bonds called to be redeemed at the
    registered address. Bonds or portions of bonds called for redemption shall not bear interest
    after the date fixed for redemption, provided funds are on hand with the bond registrar and
    paying agent to redeem the same.

    INTEREST RATE AND BIDDING DETAILS: The bonds shall bear interest at a rate or rates
    not exceeding 6% per annum, to be fixed by the bids therefor, expressed in multiples of 1/8
    or 1/20 of l%, or both. The interest on any one bond shall be at one rate only and all bonds
    maturing in any one year must carry the same interest rate. The difference between the
    highest and lowest interest rate on the bonds shall not exceed 2 percentage points. No
    proposal for the purchase of less than all of the bonds or at a price less than 99% or more
    than 101% of their par value will be considered.

    BOOK-ENTRY-ONLY: The bonds will be issued in book-entry-only form as one fully
    registered bond per maturity and will be registered in the name of Cede & Co., as nominee
    for The Depository Trust Company ("DTC"), New York, New York. DTC will act as securities
    depository for the bonds. Purchase of the bonds will be made in book-entry-only form, in the
    denomination of $5,000 or any integral multiple thereof. Purchasers will not receive
    certificates representing their interest in bonds purchased. The book-entry-only system is

I   described further in the preliminary official statement for the bonds.

    BOND REGISTRAR AND PAYING AGENT: The bonds shall be payable as to principal in
    lawful money of the United States upon surrender thereof at the corporate trust office of The
    Bank of New York Trust Company, N.A., Detroit, Michigan, the bond registrar and paying
    agent. Interest shall be paid to the registered owner of each bond as shown on the
    registration books at the close of business on the 15th day of the calendar month preceding
    the month in which the interest payment is due. Interest shall be paid when due by check or
    draft drawn upon and mailed by the bond registrar and paying agent to the registered owner
    at the registered address. As long as DTC, or its nominee Cede & Co., is the registered
    owner of the bonds, payments will be made directly to such registered owner. Disbursement
    of such payments to DTC participants is the responsibility of DTC and disbursement of such
    payments to the beneficial owners of the bonds is the responsibility of DTC participants and
    indirect participants as described in the preliminary official statement for the bonds. The
    Township may from time to time as required designate a successor bond registrar and
    paying agent.

     PURPOSE AND SECURITY: The bonds are to be issued pursuant to the provisions of Act
     34, Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended. The Series 2008A Bonds are to be issued
    to defray the costs of improvements to the Township's water supply system (the "Water
    System"), and the Series 2008B Bonds are to be issued to defray the costs of improvements


I   to the Township's sewage disposal system (the "Sewer System"). The net revenues derived
    •from the users of the Water System have been pledged to the payment of the Series 2008A
     Bonds, and the net revenues derived from the users of the Sewer System have been
    pledged to the payment of the Series 2008B Bonds. The full faith and credit of the Township
    have been pledged to the prompt payment of the principal of and interest on each series of
    the bonds. In the event and to the extent that the net revenues derived from the users of the
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    Water System and/or the net revenues derived from the users of the Sewer System are not
    sufficient to pay the principal of and interest on the Series 2008A Bonds or the Series 2008B
    Bonds, as the case may be, such principal and interest are payable as a first budget
    obligation of the Township from its general funds. The ability of the Township to raise such
    funds is subject to applicable constitutional, statutory and charter limitations on the taxing
    power of the Township.

    GOOD FAITH: A certified or cashier's check drawn upon an incorporated bank or trust
    company or a Financial Surety Bond in the amount of $87,500 and payable to the order of
    the Treasurer of the Charter Township of Bloomfield must accompany each bid as a
    guarantee of good faith on the part of the bidder, to be forfeited as liquidated damages if
    such bid be accepted and the bidder fails to take up and pay for the bonds. If a check is
    used, it must accompany each bid. If a Financial Surety Bond is used, it must be from an
    insurance company licensed to issue such a bond in the State of Michigan and such bond
    must be submitted to the Township's Financial Consultant referred to below prior to the
    opening of the bids. The Financial Surety Bond must identify each bidder whose good faith
    deposit is guaranteed by such Financial Surety Bond. If the bonds are awarded to a bidder
    utilizing a Financial Surety Bond, then the purchaser (the "Purchaser") is required to submit
    its good faith deposit to the Township in the form of a cashier's check (or wire transfer such
    amount as instructed by the Township) not later than Noon, Eastern Standard Time, on the

I   next business day following the award. If such good faith deposit is not received by that time,
    the Financial Surety Bond may be drawn upon by the Township to satisfy the good faith
    deposit requirement. The good faith deposit will be applied to the purchase price of the
    bonds. In the event the Purchaser fails to honor its accepted bid, the good faith deposit will
    be retained by the Township. No interest shall be allowed on the good faith checks and
    checks of the unsuccessful bidders will be promptly returned to each bidder's representative
    or by overnight courier service. The good faith check of the successful bidder will be
    immediately cashed and payment for the balance of the purchase price of the bonds shall be
    made at the closing.

    AWARD OF BONDS: The bonds will be awarded to the bidder whose bid produces the
    lowest true interest cost to the Township. True interest cost shall be computed by
    determining the annual interest rate (compounded semiannually) necessary to discount the
    debt service payments on the bonds from the payment dates thereof to               , 2008,
    and to the price bid, excluding accrued interest.

    LEGAL OPINION: Bids shall be conditioned upon the approving opinion of Dickinson Wright
    PLLC, attorneys of Detroit, Michigan, the original of which will be furnished without expense
    to the purchaser of the bonds at the delivery thereof. The fees of Dickinson Wright PLLC for
    services rendered in connection with such approving opinion are expected to be paid from
    bond proceeds. Except to the extent necessary to issue its approving opinion as to the


I   validity of the above bonds, Dickinson Wright PLLC has made no inquiry as to any financial
    information, statements or materials contained in any financial documents, statements or
    materials that have been or may be furnished in connection with the authorization, issuance
    or marketing of the bonds, and accordingly will not express any opinion with respect to the
    accuracy or completeness of any such financial information, statements or materials.
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    TAX MATTERS: The approving opinion of bond counsel will include an opinion to the effect
    that under existing law, the interest on the bonds (a) is excluded from gross income for
    federal income tax purposes, and (b) is not an item of tax preference for purposes of the
    federal alternative minimum tax imposed on individuals and corporations; such opinion will
    note, however, that certain corporations must take into account interest on the bonds in
    determining adjusted current earnings for the purpose of computing such alternative
    minimum tax. The opinion set forth in clause (a) above will be subject to the condition that
    the Township comply with all requirements of the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as
    amended (the "Code"), that must be satisfied subsequent to the issuance of the bonds in
    order that interest thereon be (or continue to be) excluded from gross income for federal
    income tax purposes. Failure to comply with certain of such requirements could cause the
    interest on the bonds to be included in gross income retroactive to the date of issuance of the
    bonds. The Township has covenanted to comply with all such requirements. Bond counsel
    will express no opinion regarding other federal tax consequences arising with respect to the
    bonds.

          The Township has designated the bonds as "qualified tax exempt obligations" for
    purposes of Section 265(b)(3) of the Code.

            The successful bidder will be required as a condition of delivery of the bonds, to certify

I   the "issue price" of the bonds within the meaning of Section 1273 of the Code. In addition, if
    the successful bidder will obtain a municipal bond insurance policy or other credit
    enhancement for the bonds in connection with their original issuance, the successful bidder
    will be required, as a condition of delivery of the bonds, to certify that the premium therefor
    will be less than the present value of the interest expected to be saved as a result of such
    insurance or other credit enhancement. The form of an acceptable certificate will be
    provided by bond counsel.

           In addition, the approving opinion of bond counsel will include an opinion to the effect
    that under existing law, the bonds and the interest thereon are exempt from all taxation by
    the State of Michigan or a political subdivision thereof, except estate taxes, gross receipts
    taxes imposed by the Michigan Business Tax and taxes on gains realized from the sale,
    payment or other disposition thereof.

    CUSIP: CUSIP numbers will be imprinted on all bonds of this issue at the Township's
    expense. Neither the failure to print numbers nor an improperly printed number will
    constitute basis for the purchaser to refuse to accept delivery. The purchaser shall be
    responsible for requesting assignment of numbers and for the payment of any charges for
    the assignment of numbers.




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    OFFICIAL STATEMENT: A copy of the preliminary official statement relating to the bonds
    may be obtained by contacting the Financial Consultant to the Township referred to below.
    The preliminary official statement is in a form deemed final by the Township for purposes of
    paragraph (b)(1) of SEC Rule 15c2-12 (the "Rule"), but is subject to revision, amendment
    and completion in a final official statement.

    After the award of the bonds, the Township will provide on a timely basis 200 copies of a final
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    official statement, as that term is defined in paragraph (f)(3) of the Rule, at the expense of the
    Township (and such additional copies of the final official statement as reasonably requested
    by, and at the expense of, the successful bidder or bidders) to enable the successful bidder
    or bidders to comply with paragraph (b)(4) of the Rule and the rules of the Municipal
    Securities Rulemaking Board. Requests for such additional copies of the final official
    statement shall be made to the Financial Consultant to the Township, within 24 hours of the
    award of the bonds.

    CONTINUING DISCLOSURE: In order to assist bidders in complying with paragraph (b)(5)
    of the Rule, the Township will undertake, pursuant to a resolution adopted by its governing
    body and a continuing disclosure certificate, to provide annual reports and notices of certain
    events. A description of this undertaking is set forth in the preliminary official statement and
    will also be set forth in the final official statement.

    DELIVERY OF BONDS: The Township will furnish bonds ready for execution at its expense.
    Bonds will be delivered without expense to the purchaser through DTC, New York, New
    York. The usual closing documents including a continuing disclosure certificate and a
    certificate that no litigation is pending affecting the issuance of the bonds, will be delivered at
    the time of the delivery of the bonds. If the bonds are not tendered for delivery by twelve
    o'clock noon, Eastern Standard Time, on the 45th day following the date of sale, or the first

I   business day thereafter if said 45th day is not a business day, the successful bidder may on
    that day, or any time thereafter until delivery of the bonds, withdraw its proposal by serving
    notice of cancellation, in writing, on the undersigned, in which event the Township shall
    promptly return the good faith deposit. Payment for the bonds shall be made in Federal
    Reserve Funds. Accrued interest to the date of delivery of the bonds shall be paid by the
    purchaser at the time of delivery.

    FINANCIAL CONSULTANT: Further information with respect to the bonds may be obtained
    from Bendzinski & Co., Municipal Finance Advisors, 607 Shelby, Suite 600, Detroit, Michigan
    48226, Telephone (313) 961-8222, Fax (313) 961-8220, Financial Consultant to the
    Township.

    THE RIGHT IS RESERVED TO REJECT ANY OR ALL BIDS.

    ENVELOPES containing the bids should be plainly marked "Proposal for Bonds."



                                             Township Supervisor
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I           22.         OFFICIAL STATEMENT; CONTINUING DISCLOSURE: The Supervisor,
                        Clerk or Treasurer is authorized to cause the preparation of a preliminary
                        official statement and a final official statement for the Bonds for the
                        purpose of enabling compliance with SEC Rule 15c2-12 (the "Rule") by
                        the successful bidder or bidders and to do all other things necessary to
                        enable compliance with the Rule by the successful bidder or bidders.
                        After the award of the Bonds, the Township shall provide, on a timely
                        basis, up to 200 copies of the final official statement at its expense (and
                        such additional copies of the final official statement as reasonably
                        requested by, and at the expense of, the successful bidder or bidders) to
                        enable the successful bidder or bidders to comply with paragraph (b)(4) of
                        the Rule and the rules of the Municipal Securities Rulemaking Board.
                        The Supervisor and the Township Clerk are authorized to deliver a
                        continuing disclosure certificate to the purchasers of the Bonds, pursuant
                        to which the Township will undertake to provide annual reports and
                        notices of certain events to assist the purchasers of the Bonds in
                        complying with paragraph (b)(5) of the Rule.

            23.         CONFLICTING RESOLUTIONS. All resolutions and parts of resolutions
                        insofar as they may be in conflict herewith are hereby rescinded.

I   YEAS:
    NAYS:
                  Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  None

    RESOLUTION ADOPTED.

    STATE OF MICHIGAN )
                      )SS:
    COUNTY OF OAKLAND )

            I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution duly
    adopted by the Township Board of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, Oakland County,
    Michigan, at a regular meeting held on January 14, 2008, the original of which resolution is
    on file in my office. I further certify that notice of said meeting was given in accordance with
    the provisions of the open meetings act.

                                                           Township Clerk
                                                           Charter Township of Bloomfield




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    ITEM #6        2008 Safety Path Presentation: Proposed Routes and Update to Safety
                   Path Master Plan

    Randy Ford, Hubbell, Roth & Clark, Inc. (HRC), made the presentation.
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    In 2004, the Safety Path Master Plan was updated and voters approved a millage for these
    pedestrian passages. The paths identified in the Master Plan should be completed with the
    2008 program and the millage will be expiring in 2009.

    HRC has provided a list of potential safety path routes for 2008. The proposed budget for
    this project is $1,941,000.00.

    A complete copy of the 2008 Safety Path Program, Potential Routes and Cost Information, is
    available in the Clerk's Office.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Buckley to AUTHORIZE HRC to Update the
    Bloomfield Township Safety Path Master Plan.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Roncelli to AUTHORIZE HRC to Proceed with
    Construction Plans for the 2008 Safety Path Program.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

I   I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                       JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                       TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7      Accept Bids for Temporary Storage Building

    Wayne Domine, Director of Engineering and Environmental, made the presentation.

    Per the Capital Building Program (CBP), the demolition of the current salt dome, is scheduled
    for April 15, 2008. The salt as well as much of the DPW equipment will need to be relocated.
    It is proposed that a pre-engineered building be installed at the Township's property on Golf
    Drive to house the equipment and salt.

    There were three bids received for the pre-engineered building. It was recommended to the
    Board that, due to the short time frame and length of time to manufacture and deliver the


I   building, the bid award should go to Engineered Buildings, Inc. The bid of $65,600.00, while
    not the lowest, came with a 45-day delivery date as opposed to a 70-day delivery date as
    offered by the lowest bidder.

    The Board raised concerns regarding the $21,000.00 difference between the lowest and
    recommended bids. The Trustees discussed asking for an earlier delivery date or working
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    around the date in order to accept the lowest bid. The time of year and the unstable weather
    were also mentioned as factors for an earlier delivery date as well as the fact that Engineered
    Buildings, Inc. is a Michigan-based company.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to ACCEPT the Bid of $65,600.00 from
    Engineered Buildings, Inc for the Purchase of a 80 x 80 Pre-Engineered Building for the
    Township's property on Golf Drive and to AUTHORIZE the CBP's Construction Manager,
    George W. Auch Company, to Proceed with Securing Bids for Site Preparation and
    Installation.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.



I                                                                       JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                        TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #8      Landscaping Proposal for Gateway Project

    Leslie Helwig, Community Relations Director, made the presentation.

    Former Trustee Stefanes initiated this project due to the Township's need to correct an
    identity problem. The Township is consistently referred to as Bloomfield Hills. Welcome
    markers at prominent entries into the Township may assist to alleviate this dilemma. These
    entries would distinguish the uniqueness of Bloomfield Township.

    Proposals for these markers were received from four landscape architects. Michael J. Dul &
    Associates was determined to be the most qualified to perform the work. Their bid of
    $17,000.00 included the engineering work as well as construction management; the two
    lower bids included design concept only.

    The first entry marker will be installed at Telegraph and 14 Mile Roadin time for the PGA
    Championship in August 2008. At this time, construction costs cannot be determined, but



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    approximately $50,000.00 may be taken from the Community Relations and the Improvement
    and Revolving Fund budgets.

    It is recommended that the project be implemented in two phases, once a cost estimate is
    determined. The first phase (14 Mile and Telegraph) will be completed by June 1, 2008 and
    the second phase, which will consist of all other markers, will be implemented by December
    31, 2008 or later.
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    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE the Gateway Project, Phases I
    and II.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                       JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                       TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #9      2008 Road Maintenance Agreement with Oakland County


I   Tom Trice, Public Works Director, made the presentation. This is an annual agreement with
    Oakland County to allow Bloomfield Township to maintain its own roads. The agreement
    represents a 1.4 percent increase in cost, based on gasoline taxes.

    A copy of the 2008 Road Maintenance Agreement is on file in the Clerk's office.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Devine to APPROVE the 2008 Maintenance
    Agreement between the Charter Township of Bloomfield and the Oakland County Road
    Commission (RCOC).

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                       JANET M. RONCELLI


I   ITEM #10
                                                                       TOWNSHIP CLERK


                 Alliance of Rouge Communities (ARC) Draft Resolution on NPDES
                 Wastewater Discharge General Permit
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    The Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) recently made changes to the
    draft permit language of the Michigan NPDES Phase II Storm Water Watershed Permit.
    These changes will impose restrictions that do not apply to all communities and add
    additional costs due to increased required actions/activities.

    The Alliance of Rouge Communities (ARC) is working to modify the existing document
    language and approval of the resolution will support these efforts.

    MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Resolution in Support of
    the Alliance of Rouge Communities (ARC) Comments on the Proposed NPDES Wastewater
    Discharge General Permit, No. MIG61000.

                 A RESOLUTION IN SUPPORT OF THE ALLIANCE OF ROUGE
                COMMUNITIES (ARC) COMMENTS ON THE PROPOSED NPDES
                WASTEWATER DISCHARGE GENERAL PERMIT, No. MIG61000.

    WHEREAS the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) has proposed new
    watershed-based and jurisdictional storm water general permits which regulate storm water
    discharges from municipal separate storm sewer systems in compliance with the Federal
    Water Pollution Control Act; and

I   WHEREAS the proposed permit places new costly, cumbersome and prescriptive measures
    on communities and counties that will add to operating costs but will not allow ARC
    communities to continue their documented progress toward achieving water quality
    standards using the flexible practices incorporated to date; and

    WHEREAS the proposed permit emphasizes extensive individual documentation and
    reporting rather than achieving measurable, watershed-wide improvements through
    innovative, cost-effective solutions with watershed partners; and

    WHEREAS the proposed permit severely limits local control and decision-making that has
    been a guiding principle of the watershed permit while discouraging implementation of
    alternative, cost-effective approaches based on existing watershed conditions; and

    WHEREAS many of the new requirements are time-consuming, expensive, and will not allow
    communities to focus their limited resources on documented water quality challenges; and

    WHEREAS municipal government budgets across the state are strained and these added
    duties constitute mandates on City departments that cannot be financially absorbed.




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    NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Charter Township of Bloomfield requests
    that the MDEQ and its Director allow flexible, yet enforceable permit requirements that will
    lead to improved water quality.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the MDEQ and its Director institute water quality control
    measures that target the water quality challenges at a given location.
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    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the MDEQ re-institute the existing Storm Water Pollution
    Prevention Initiative (SWPPI) process that allowed the MDEQ sufficient oversight and control
    to assure that all communities were making progress.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the MDEQ return to a permit that allows sufficient
    flexibility to permit the state's watersheds to identify their most pressing issues and to
    address them.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK

I   ITEM #11      Comcast Channel Line-Up Resolution & Possible Litigation

    Leslie Helwig, Community Relations Director, made the presentation.

    The resolution requests that Comcast keep its Public, Educational and Government (PEG)
    channels in their current locations. Comcast wants to move these channels to the 900 range,
    so they can put several channels on the bandwidth which currently houses the PEG
    channels. If this change were to happen, households that only have basic service would
    need new equipment to receive these channels. Other communities have adopted similar
    resolutions.

    On January 10, 2008, Meridian Township and the City of Dearborn filed a request for a
    Temporary Restraining Order (TRO) in a Detroit Federal Court. If a TRO were granted, the
    next step would be to seek a permanent order to stop Comcast's move. Attorney Hampton
    advised the Board to wait for the Judge's ruling and then his office would make a
    recommendation.

    MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Jamian to ADOPT the Resolution; SUPPORT



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    Meridian Township and the City of Dearborn; and ACCEPT the Recommendation of Secrest
    Wardle and review the Subject at the Next Board Meeting on January 28, 2008.

                       CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
      RESOLUTION REQUESTING PRESERVATION OF EXISTING CHANNEL LOCATIONS
                  FOR PUBLIC, GOVERNMENTAL AND EDUCATIONAL
                     ACCESS CHANNELS, ALSO KNOWN AS PEG
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    January 14, 2008
    Page 25


I        At a meeting of the Township Board of Trustees of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, Oakland County, Michigan, held on the 14th day of January 2008, at the
    Township Hall, 4200 Telegraph Road, Bloomfield Township, Michigan 48302.

          WHEREAS, Comcast Corporation, hereinafter referred to as "Comcast," is among the
    companies that furnish or will be furnishing cable television subscriptions to residential
    customers; and,

          WHEREAS, the Charter Township of Bloomfield and other governmental entities have
    committed substantial resources to deliver programming on governmental and educational
    access channels, also known as PEG; and

           WHEREAS, Comcast has indicated that it intends to change the channel lineup and
    location of the public, educational and governmental access channels (PEG) from present
    locations, where they have been situated for many years, to the channel lineup in the 900s,
    which will require customers to have a digital converter set-top box, a cable card or a QAM*
    capable television; and

          WHEREAS, the result would be added costs, inconvenience, and confusion with

I   respect to viewers who intend to view educational and governmental access channels; and

          WHEREAS, since Comcast's announcement, many concerned residents have
    contacted the township in opposition to the news that Comcast intends to change the location
    of PEG channels and require customers to have a digital converter box to receive the
    channels;

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED BY THE BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP BOARD
    OF TRUSTEES THAT:

           1.     Comcast is requested to preserve the channel locations for public, educational and
    governmental access channels (PEG) and agree that they will not be changed in the future
    without the written consent of the township and/or governmental entity or entities which provide
    programming on such channels; and

            2.   The Township requests that Comcast respond to the questions posed by the
    Michigan Chapter of the National Association of Telecommunications Officers and Advisors in its
    letter dated November 2007 addressing operational and legal issues related to Comcast's
    actions; and

           3.      The Township requests that Public Act 480 of 2006 be immediately amended to


I   require that public, educational and governmental access channels remain at the current locations
    and that the same not be subject to change unless the written consent of the affected
    governmental entity providing the programming is obtained and that the Act be further modified in
    order to require the new providers of cable and video services furnish public, educational and

     QAM tuners in televisions enable direct reception of digital cable channels without the use of a set-top box.
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    governmental access channel lineups and selections that are consistent with existing providers,
    as of January 1, 2007, with respect to channel locations, ease of access, availability of features,
    quality parameters, and similarity of surrounding channels.

          This Resolution is deemed severable and should any provisions, clause, word or sentence
    be deemed unenforceable, the remainder shall remain in full force and effect.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie

    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    STATE OF MICHIGAN )
                              )ss
    COUNTY OF OAKLAND)
             I, JANET M. RONCELLI, the duly qualified and acting Clerk of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, Oakland County, Michigan, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete
    copy of a Resolution adopted by the Township Board of Trustees of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield at a duly called meeting held on the 14th day of January, 2008, the original of which is

I   on file in my office.

          IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my official signature this 23rd day of
    January 2008.

                                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #12      Construction Code Board of Appeals Reappointment - Charles Taylor
                  (Renew until January 22, 2013)

    MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Reappointment of Charles
    Taylor to the Construction Code Board of Appeals with Term to Expire January 22, 2013.

                                             RESOLUTION

    BE IT RESOLVED to reappoint to the Construction Code Board of Appeals the following
    person with a term expiring January 22, 2013:

                                            Charles Taylor


I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                                         Mechanical Contractor
                                             VE Electric

                  Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  None
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    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                     JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                     TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #13     Electrical Examining and Appeals Board Reappointment- Ron White
                 (Renew until January 22, 2013)

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Reappointment of Ron
    White to the Electrical Examining and Appeals Board with Term to Expire January 22, 2013.

                                          RESOLUTION

    BE IT RESOLVED to appoint to the Electrical Examining and Appeals Board the following

I   person with a term expiring January 22, 2013:

                                            Ron White
                                       Electrical Contractor
                                          R.D. White Co.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Ronceili, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                     JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                     TOWNSHIP CLERK




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    ITEM #14     West Hills Middle School Park Resolution

    Supervisor Payne reminded the Board that on September 24, 2007, students from West Hills
    Middle School made a presentation for a park in Bloomfield Township. In December, these
    same students sent a letter to Board members asking for support of the park plan and
    fundraising efforts.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bioomfield
    January 14, 2008
    Page 28


I   MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Buckley to SUPPORT the West Hills Park Planners in
    their Park Plan and Fundraising Efforts.

                       RESOLUTION FOR WEST HILLS PARK PLANNERS

    WHEREAS, the West Hills Park Planners, West Hills Middle School, appeared before the
    Bioomfield Township Board of Trustees on Monday, September 24, 2007; and

    WHEREAS, the West Hills Park Planners proposed a community park to be located on the
    grounds of the Gary M. Doyle Center at 14 Mile Road and Wing Lake Road; and

    WHEREAS, the Bioomfield Township Board of Trustees received the idea with enthusiasm
    and placed the Bioomfield Township Public Park concept as presented under advisement for
    future consideration; and

    WHEREAS, the West Hills Planners recently contacted the Bioomfield Township Board of
    Trustees on December 14, 2007 regarding approval of the plan.

    BE IT RESOLVED that the Bioomfield Township Board of Trustees approves of the land use
    suggested and encourages the students to seek individual and group donors, raise money,

I   and publicize the project to the Bioomfield Township residents.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Bioomfield Township Board of Trustees welcomes the
    opportunity to provide guidance in obtaining permits and licenses for raffles, auctions, and
    any special events that might be held off school property.

    FINALLY, BE IT RESOLVED that the Bioomfield Township Board of Trustees advocates
    cooperation in developing this project with Bioomfield Township, the Bioomfield Hills School
    District and various public and private educational institutions in Bioomfield Township to
    serve the best interests of the community.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bioomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.



I   ITEM #15
                                                                       JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                       TOWNSHIP CLERK


                 Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Petinga Donation to Bioomfield Township CERTS
                 Program
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    January 14, 2008
    Page 29


I   This is the second year that Dr. and Mrs. Petinga have made their generous and much
    appreciated donation to the CERTS Program.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to ACCEPT the Donation to the CERTS
    Program by Dr. and Mrs. Thomas Petinga.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                      JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                      TOWNSHIP CLERK



I   ITEM #16     Fiscal Year 2007-08 Audit Proposal

    Jenkins, Magnus, Volk and Carroll has performed the Township's audit for over ten years.
    The cost of the audit will be $49,000, which represents a 2.5 percent increase over the
    previous year.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Proposal from Jenkins,
    Magnus, Volk and Carroll to Perform the 2007 - 2008 Township Audit.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 14th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                      JANET M. RONCELLI


I   ITEM #17     Approve Payroll and Vouchers
                                                                      TOWNSHIP CLERK
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    MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE payroll and vouchers
    A002831-A002871; B018735-B018942; E002499-E002524 (12/24/07) totaling $9,925,092.38
    and A002872-A002917; B018943-B019125; E002525-E002552 (1/14/08) totaling
    $12,994,713.48.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None


    ITEM #18     Public Comment

    Douglas Gentry, CERTS member, questioned procedures and meetings of the CERTS
    program. Supervisor Payne and Treasurer Devine addressed his concerns.


    INCLUDED I BOARD PACKET:
              N                             Fireman's Fund Insurance Company Grant Award
                                            Letter

                                            RCOC's Road Report - 4 th Quarter 2007


I                                           Bloomfield Twp Police Dept Monthly Report -
                                            December 2007

                                            2007 Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Totals
                                            Memo

                                            Bloomfield Township Newsletter

    TABLED ITEMS:                           Cost Recovery Resolution
                                            (Tabled Indefinitely)



    Meeting adjourned at 10:11 p.m.

    Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
    399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
    minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.




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                                                   U^net M. Roncelli, Bloomfield Township Clerk
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    January 28, 2008
    Page 1


I   PRESENT:
                           MINUTES - MONDAY, JANUARY 28, 2008

                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie,
                 Also present, Attorney Kristin Kolb

    ABSENT:      None


    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.


    ITEM #1      Approved Board Minutes of January 14, 2008


    ITEM #2      Contribution Request - Avondale Youth Assistance
    Supervisor Payne stated that Avondale Youth Assistance is requesting the same contribution
    as last year.

    Kay Sehdegas, Vice Chairperson, Avondale Youth Assistance, expressed her gratitude for
    the assistance Bloomfield Township has given over the years.

I   MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Requested Contribution of
    $2750.00 to Avondale Youth Assistance for the 2008 Fiscal Year.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 28th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                      JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                      TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #3      Dr. Thomas Petinga - Planning Commission Appointment

    Jane Reisinger, Planning Commission member, recently submitted her resignation due to


I   moving out of state. Supervisor Payne recommended Dr. Petinga to fill the vacancy left by
    Reisinger.

    MOTION Devine and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE the APPOINTMENT of Dr. Thomas
    Petinga to the Planning Commission.
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                                           RESOLUTION

    BE IT RESOLVED to appoint to the Planning Commission the following person to fill the
    current vacancy left by Jane Reisinger with the pending term to expire January 1, 2011:

                                        Dr. Thomas Petinga
                                      2384 Heronwood Drive
                                     Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48302

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.


    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on January 28, 2008.




I                                                         JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #4      Appointments to the Board of Review

    Bill Griffin, Bloomfield Township Assessor, made the presentation.

    In the past, the Board of Review has had three members. With the addition of these new
    appointments, there will be six members. The Board will consist of two committees, with two
    members and one chairperson each. The chairpersons will be Brian Kepes and Robert
    Taylor.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Savoie to APPROVE the Appointments to the Board
    of Review.

                                           RESOLUTION

    BE IT RESOLVED to reappoint to the Board of Review the following person with term
    expiring January 1, 2010:



I                                          Brian Kepes
                                          4615 Pickering
                                     Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48301

    FURTHER BE IT RESOLVED to appoint to the Board of Review the following people with
    terms expiring January 1, 2010:
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                                         Furhad Waquad
                                       4120 Telegraph Road
                                     Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48302

                                           Tracy Leone
                                        3900 Lakeland Lane
                                     Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48302

                                           David Greene
                                        5743 Kenmoor Road
                                     Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48301

                                          Sari Stefancin
                                         1786 Lone Pine
                                     Bloomfield Hills, Ml 48302

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None


I   RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.


    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on January 28, 2008.


                                                                  JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                  TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #5      2008 Electronic Waste & Pharmaceutical Recycling and Bulk Paper
                 Shredding Event

    Tom Trice, Public Works Director, made the presentation.

    The November 3, 2007 Electronic Waste Recycling and Shredding Event went very well. The
    Township has an opportunity to apply for and receive a grant that would enable sponsoring



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    the program, again, in conjunction with Earth Day and the Clean Sweep Program. The target
    date of Saturday, April 19, 2008 is strategically scheduled for residents that may be "spring
    cleaning."

    The grant would be for $10,000 to $20,000 and would pay for the entire program. The
    program is anticipated to cost approximately $15,000.00. The pharmaceutical recycling is
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    new, but residents have been requesting this feature be added. A police officer would need
    to be present to ensure that illegal drugs are not transferred.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the 2008 Electronic Waste,
    Pharmaceutical Recycling & Bulk Paper Shredding Event Scheduled for April 19, 2008.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None


    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.


    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on January 28, 2008.


                                                                    JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                    TOWNSHIP CLERK

I   ITEM #6       2008 Clean Sweep Program

    Tom Trice, Public Works Director, made the presentation.

    This year will mark the Township's third annual Clean Sweep Program. This event is
    intended to encourage neighborhoods, schools and subdivisions to clean up entrances and
    right-of-ways of winter debris. It is scheduled for the weekend of April 19 and 20, 2008 and
    will be held in conjunction with Earth Day (April 22nd).

    Signs will be provided this year to the leaders of the groups to post within their subdivisions, in
    hopes of encouraging resident participation. Also, instead of certificates, this year pictures of
    the participants may be posted to the Township's website.

    Trustee Jamian encouraged Trice to increase the connection of this program with Earth Day.
    Trice stated that possibly the t-shirt design could emphasize this association more and
    Supervisor Payne suggested a show on local channel 15 to help promote the program and
    Earth Day.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Savoie to APPROVE the 2008 Clean Sweep


I   Program Scheduled for April 1 9 - 2 0 , 2008.

    AYES:
    NAYS:
                  Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    January 28, 2008
    Page 5


I   I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 28th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                         JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                         TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7      Comcast Channel Line-Up Recommendation from Secrest Wardle

    At their meeting on January 14, 2008, the Board approved a resolution to support Meridian
    Township and the City of Dearborn in their quest to file a Temporary Restraining Order
    (TRO) against Comcast to halt the moving of Public, Education and Government (PEG)
    channels to the 900 range. The judge granted the TRO and required Comcast to keep the
    channels in their current positions until further order by the Court.

    Attorney Kolb advised the Board that there are two options for the Township to get more
    involved:


I       1) The court case is not over and the Township could make a formal pledge of financial
           support to the plaintiffs.
        2) The Township could file a motion to intervene in the pending case and become a
           plaintiff.

    The Board discussed both options in great detail. Some Board members felt that they should
    make a $5000.00 contribution to show further support and then monitor the case. While
    others thought that if such a large amount of money was going to be contributed then the
    Township should become a plaintiff. There was also discussion of waiting until the next
    Board meeting to see how the case proceeds and make a decision at that time.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Devine to STUDY this Case Further with Council and
    then Possibly Join the Lawsuit.

    The Board was undecided and the motion was withdrawn.

    Clerk Roncelli asked the Board what more honorable fight could the Township have than to
    stand up for its residents. Attorney Kolb advised the Board that if they intervene now filing
    costs would be lower because the Township would be joining a pending case. Also, to file a
    motion to intervene is a shorter document, which costs less.



I   MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Barnett to AUTHORIZE Secrest Wardle to file a
    Motion for Bloomfield Township to Become an Intervening Plaintiff Against Comcast AND to
    Provide the Board with a Full Legal Analysis of the Potential Ramifications.

    Roll Call Vote was taken:
    Barnett - yes
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    January 28, 2008
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I   Jamian - yes
    Devine - yes
    Payne - yes
    Roncelli - yes
    Buckley - yes
    Savoie - yes

    MOTION by Savoie to SUPPORT Meridian Township and the City of Dearborn with a
    Financial Contribution of $5000.00. The motion was not supported by another Board member
    and, therefore, withdrawn.

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield, County
    of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy of a
    resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 28th day of January
    2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                         JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                         TOWNSHIP CLERK

I   ITEM #8      Approve Payroll and Vouchers

    MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE payroll and vouchers
    A002918-A002943; B019126-B019501; E002553-E002574 totaling $18,424,465.09.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None


    ITEM #9      Public Comment

    Note from Jay Shah, Trustee Applicant

    Marcia Gershenson, Oakland County Commissioner, and Chuck Moss, State
    Representative, were in attendance.

    State Representative Moss advised the Board that the reason Comcast chose to attempt the
    PEG channel move in Michigan only is due to the state's Telecommunication Act which was
    rewritten in 2006 and created the loophole that Comcast is trying to utilize. However, there is


I   new legislation being drafted to change the ambiguous language of this Act.


    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:                2007 Passport Revenue & Expenses
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    January 28, 2008



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                                            Bloomfield Twp Fire Dept Monthly Report -
                                            November 2007

                                            Friends of Bloomfield Township CERT Meeting
                                            Minutes (December 20, 2007)

    TABLED ITEMS:                           Cost Recovery Resolution
                                            (Tabled Indefinitely)



    Meeting adjourned at 9:04 p.m.

    Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
    399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
    minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.



                                                          M. Roncelli, Bloomfield Township Clerk

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                     MINUTES - MONDAY. FEBRUARY 11, 2008

    PRESENT:     Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie

                 Also present, Attorney William Hampton

    ABSENT:      Barnett, Buckley, Jamian

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    ITEM #1      Approved Board Minutes of January 28, 2008
    ITEM #2      Resolution to Award Bonds for Water and Sewer Capital
                 Improvement Program: T. Donnelly & R. Bendzinski

    Ryan Bendzinski, Bendzinski & Co., and Terry Donnelly, Bond Counsel, Dickenson
    Wright, made the presentation. Bids were received from nine companies and it was
    recommended that the proposal from Morgan Keegan & Co. be accepted at the rate of
    3.6477 percent. Bendzinski commended the Board for maintaining a strong financial
    standing, a strong financial reserve, an affluent tax base, and below debt burdens in
    today's economic times. Bobby Bendzinski and Terry Donnelly concurred with the

I   remarks made by Ryan Bendzinski.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Devine to AWARD the Purchase of BONDS to
    Morgan Keegan & Co. for the Township's $4,750,000 General Obligation Limited Tax
    Bonds, Series 2008A and $4,000,000 General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds, Series
    2008B.


            RESOLUTION RECEIVING BIDS AND AWARDING BONDS
         GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS, SERIES 2008A AND
           GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS, SERIES 2008B

           WHEREAS, the letter from the Michigan Department of Treasury, dated
    October 9, 2007, granting qualified status to the Charter Township of Bloomfield
    (the "Township") pursuant to Act 34, Public Acts of Michigan, 2001, as amended,
    has been received and filed by the Township Clerk; and

           WHEREAS, 2:00 p.m. on this day was the time set for the opening of
    proposals for purchase of the Township's $4,750,000 General Obligation Limited
    Tax Bonds, Series 2008A and $4,000,000 General Obligation Limited Tax Bonds,



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    Series 2008B (collectively, the "Bonds"), as advertised in The Bond Buyer on
    January 31, 2008; and

          WHEREAS, the Township Clerk has reported that the following proposals
    were received on or before 2:00 o'clock p.m., Eastern Standard Time, on this day,
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    February 11,2008
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I   which proposals were then duly opened, and as to interest rates, discount and
    premium were as follows:

            See attached results of bidding.

                             T
         NOW, THEREFORE, BE I RESOLVED BY THE TOWNSHIP BOARD OF
    THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD, AS FOLLOWS:

           1.     The fixing of this date as the date of sale of the Bonds, and the
    notice of such sale as published is hereby ratified and confirmed, in conformance
    with the Bond Resolution authorizing issuance of the Bonds adopted on
    January 14, 2008 (the "Bond Resolution").
           2.     The proposal of Morgan Keegan & Company, Inc. to purchase the
    Bonds at par less a discount of $21,988.00, plus accrued interest to the date of
    delivery, and bearing interest per annum as follows:
            2009                    3.00%                 2019                     3.30%
            2010                    3.00%                 2020                     3.40%
            2011                    3.00%                 2021                     3.50%
            2012                    3.00%                 2022                     3.60%

I           2013
            2014
            2015
            2016
                                    3.00%
                                    3.00%
                                    3.25%
                                    3.25%
                                                          2023
                                                          2024
                                                          2025
                                                          2026
                                                                                   3.70%
                                                                                   3.75%
                                                                                   3.80%
                                                                                   3.85%
            2017                    3.25%                 2027                     3.90%
            2018                    3.50%

    (same being the bid which produces the lowest true interest cost to the Township),
    be and the same hereby is accepted. All other bids are rejected and the bidding
    checks shall be returned to the unsuccessful bidders.

          3.    The Bonds shall be issued in accordance with the terms set forth in
    the Bond Resolution, bearing interest as set forth above.

            4.    All resolutions and parts of resolutions insofar as they may be in
    conflict herewith are hereby rescinded.

    YEAS:        Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION ADOPTED.


I   STATE OF MICHIGAN )
                      )SS
    COUNTY OF OAKLAND )
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           I, the undersigned, the duly qualified and acting Township Clerk of the
    Charter Township of Bloomfield, Oakland County, Michigan, do hereby certify that
    the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution duly adopted at a regular
    meeting of the Township Board of said Township, held on February 11, 2008, the
    original of which resolution is on file in my office. I further certify that notice of said
    meeting was given in accordance with the Open Meetings Act.




                                                                                Janet M. Roncelli
                                                                                Clerk, Charter Township of Bloomfield

    ATTACHMENTS:


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                                                     RESULTS OF BIDDING

I                                 S4.750.000
                     CHAUTtK TOWNSHIP OK ULOOMFIELD
                 C ()( NTV OF OAKLAND. STATE OF MICHIGAN
                 GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONOS
                                SERIES 2008A
                                                                                                     $4,(1(1(1,(1(10
                                                                                       CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF IU.OOMFIt~.Ln
                                                                                    COll.NT> OK OAKLAND, STATK OK MICH It; AN
                                                                                    GF.NF.RAI. OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS
                                                                                                   SERIES 200SB

                                                           SALK DATE: FEBKIMRY J I. 2008

           ill              >MuiganKcc S>an & Company. Inc.                        n-.«-mim                                         S3 ~ .-JXX.HO

                                                                                   Irue Imeresi t.? IK\ (In Hercenlagc)             J.W77.-3".


             YEAR                      RATE           YtlAR         IIATL           VLAR           RATL                   YI..AI)    HATI-"
                 2009                  •-.ooo";        2014        -..(Kl()»,        201V          iJW,                   2101      3.?iO".
                 20 HI                 •".i/MW;        201."       5 2.W.            2r>:»        3.400%                  2025      3 800'i
                 201 1                 • rm%           2016        .•.25Wi           202 1         3500"-;.               2026      "» XSO«-i
                 2012                  .•.c-oo-c       20!"        3 25Cr~-«         2022         3.600%                  2027      3.900%
                 20 P                                  20'X         • >0lVi          2O2.<         ?.700°.v,


                                Wells i:ai«n Uidxcrage Services. 1.1.C             Premium                                          S29.705 00




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                             S4,75n,oim                                                              54,000,000
                CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF RLOOMFIEU)                                            CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF HLOOMHKI.D
             COUNTY O F OAKLAND, STATE OF MICHIGAN                                    COUNTY OF OAKLAND, STATF. OF MICHIGAN
             C;KNERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS                                    GtNERAL OBLIGATION UMITED TAX BONDS
                           SKK1K.S200SA                                                           SERIES 2008B


                                                             S A L F D A T E : F E B R U A R Y I I , 2008
                                                i
                             Rnhcrt W. Baird A Co . Inc                              Priiinium                                   S36.821.50
                             Ross. Sinclaire & Associates. Inc.
                                                                                     True Interest Cost (In Percentagci          3.71 SI 02%
                             NafC'ilv Invssime.'i;s. Inc.
                             Duncan-Willi:\x..v Inc
         YEAR                    RATR                 YEAR            R.ATF.          YEAR           RATE                 YEAR   RATE
          :oo9                       2.500%            2014          3.000%            2019         3.500%                2024   4.000%
          2010                       2.500%            2015          3 250%            2020         3.625%                2025   •1.000%
          2011                       2.750%            2016          3.250%            2021         3.750%                2026   4.000%
          2012                       3.000%            2017          3.375%            2022         3.750%                2027   •1.000%
          2013                       >
                                     " 000%            2O;K          3 500%            2023         3.750%



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                                     RATE             YP.AR          RATE
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                                                                                     True Inieresl Cost (In Percentage}


                                                                                      YEAR          RATE                  YEAR
                                                                                                                                 $76,917.00
                                                                                                                                 3.727178%


                                                                                                                                 RAIT.
          2009                       j.ooov-;,         2014          3.250%            2019         3.500%                2024   3.750%
          2010                       3,000%            2(H5         3.230%             2020        3.500%                 2025   3.750%
          2D11                       1.000.%           20lti                           202)         3.500%                2026   4.000%
          2012                       3.000%            20P           5 000%            2022        3.500%                 2027   4.000%
          20! 3                      1.000%            2" 1S        5.000%             2023        4.000%




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                                        (313)961-8222 • FAX (313) 961-8220 • e-mail: bencomfa@bend2inski.com

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                 CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD                                  CHARTER TOWNSHIP OK BLOOM KIEL I)
               COUNTY OF OAKLAND, STATE OK MICHIGAN                            COUNTY OF OAKLAND. STATE OF MICHIGAN
               GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONOS                            OKNF.KAI, OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS
                            SERIES 2IMIRA           .                                        SERIES 2008B

                                                  SAI.F. DATE: FEBRUARY 11,2008

        '.5)           Orirfin. Kiihik, Stephens & Thompson                   Discount                                            .1.56.776.1)0
                                                                              Itje Intelcsi Cost (In Pcircnii.igf)                1.7^X71%


          YhAK             K AT K            YKAR             RATK              YKAR             RATP                 YEAR        RATK
              200<J       3.000%              2013           3.125%             20 n            3 500".,,             2021       3..i 00%
              20:0        3.000%              20 U           3.250%              2018           3.500%                2022       3.625%
              201 1       .•.000%             2015           3 250%              201')          3.500%                2023       3.700%
              2012        3 000%              ?fllfi         3 «00".<.           "'020          3.500%


                                                       Term Hni-.ii'i Due Ma> I. 202<           ? 800%
                                                       Term nimd-i Due Max 1. W                  .".000%




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                       fionk Bend Investments. Inc.
                       Wiiey Broi. • Ainlree Capital. l.l.C
                       Silvcnofi Bank
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                                                                                                                                  RATK
              2000        3.000%              2013           3.000"i            2017            3.500%                 2021      4.000%
              2010        3.000%              20 M           3.250%              2018           3.500%                2022       •1.000%
           2011           1.0011%             2015           3.250%             2019            3 7.S0%               203?       4.000%
              2012        •: 000";.           2(116          3 250%             2D2D            3.750%


                                                       1 crm Bonds Due Mav 1. 202 7              3 900%




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                                S4.750.000                                                                        S4.OOO.OO0
                  CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD                                          CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                COUNTY OF OAKLAND, STATE OF MICHIGAN                                    COUNTY OK OAKLAND, STATE OF MICHIGAN
                GENF.RA1. OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS                                  GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONUS
                              SERIES 2fH18A                                                         SERIES 20O8B

                                                        SALE DATE: FEBRUARY 11, 2008
          (7)            RBC Capital Markets.. Inc.                                   !Jre;niuin                                                  $1,173.50
                         Stephen.*. Inc.
                                                                                      True interest Cost (In Peri-entajie•)                     3.79055^%
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            YEAR              RA I K                  YEAR         RATE                  YEAR            RATH                  YbAR             RATH
                ?009         3.000%                7.0 M          3.125%                  2019          3500%                   2024            4.000%
                2010         3.000%                2015           3 250%                 2020           3.500%                  2025            4.000%
                501 1        3.000%                2016           3.250%                  202)          3.600%                  2026            4.000%
                2012         3,000%                2017           3.500%                 2022           4.000%                  2027            '1.0 00%
                2013         3.000%                7.0 IK         3.500%                 2023           4.000%



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                             KATU                 YEAR             RATE
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                                                                                         YEAR            RA1F.                 YEAR
                                                                                                                                                SS6.783.5O
                                                                                                                                                3.854392%


                                                                                                                                                RATE
             2009           X2=0%                  2012           .1.250%                2015           3.7.50%                2018            3.500%
             2010           1.250%                 2013           3 2.50%                20)6           3.250%                  2019           3.500%
             2011           j.250%                 2014           3 250%                 2017           3.500%


                                                            Turin Bonds Due May 1.2021                  3.650%
                                                            Term Bumis Due Mily I. 702"!                3,750%
                                                            Term Bonds Due May 1.2025                   3.900%
                                                            Term Bunds Due May 1.2027                   d.000%




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                                (313) 981-8222 • FAX (313) 961-8220 • e-mail: bencomfa@bendzinski.com

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                      S4,•'50.000                                                                        S4,oon,niio
          CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF HLOOMFIF.I.D                                      CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF Bl.OOMFIF.I.I)
        COUNTY OF OAKLAND. STATE OF MICHIGAN                                  COUNTY OF OAKLAND, STATE OF MICHIGAN
        GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONDS                                  GENERAL OBLIGATION LIMITED TAX BONUS
                    SERIKS 2008A                                                           SERIES 2008B

                                                SALE DATE: FEBRUARY J 1,2008
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                  Opccnhcitncr & Co. . inc.
                                                                            I'nic Inlcrcsl Cost {'In Vc.rceniacc)               3.91:1894%
                  RtfwnuuJ .'jntc> A; /\SMKIalCS, Inc.
                  Bcinurdi Sci unites. Inc.
       YF..AR          RATr              YEAR           RATI?                 YtAR            RATH                  VT:AR         RATI:
        200')        '! i.M)",.           201-         3.25O"-n               20!1)          3.625%                 2024         3.V5U0;
        2010         3 2.M)°/n            2013         3 250".,               2020           1.625%                 2025         4.000%
        2.01 1       3 ?.50%              2016         3 :-?5"-;.             2021           3 7()0°>.              2026         4.050%
        2012         3 25O"-j             2017         3.5OO"i.               2022           3.750%                 202T         •1.100%
        2013         .V250-.,             20 :x                               2023           3.850%




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    Township of Bloomfield in the development, marketing and sale of this issue.

                                                           RATINGS
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    ITEM #3      Jane Reisinger Proclamation

    A proclamation was issued in honor of Jane Resinger's service on the Zoning Board of
    Appeals and the Planning Commission. Ms. Resinger will receive the proclamation at a
    reception prior to the Planning Commission Meeting on Tuesday, February 12, 2008.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Roncelli to APPROVE the Proclamation for
    Jane Reisinger.

                     THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                          OAKLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN

                       RESOLUTION IN HONOR OF JANE REISINGER

          WHEREAS, the Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees adopts this
    Resolution to honor JANE REISINGER for her years of devoted service to the
    enhancement of our community while serving on the Planning Commission and
    the Zoning Board of Appeals; and


I          WHEREAS, Jane agreed to serve a one-year term as a member of the
    Planning Commission beginning in 2003 and then graciously committed to four
    additional years; and

          WHEREAS, Jane was then appointed to the Zoning Board of Appeals in
    2004 as a Planning Commission Representative, and served on both Boards
    concurrently, working meticulously and contributing her time to make Bloomfield
    Township an exceptional community in Oakland County; and

           WHEREAS, Jane's community involvement extends beyond the Township
    Boards, having served as Bloomfield Village Trustee and President, Bloomfield
    Village Road Committee, and school volunteer; and

          WHEREAS, Jane has resigned from the Zoning Board of Appeals and the
    Planning Commission due to the sale of her home and relocation out of state; and

          WHEREAS, we reluctantly relieve Jane of her positions on the Zoning
    Board of Appeals and the Planning Commission, but do so with the utmost respect
    and admiration for her personal dedication and leadership abilities.



I            NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the past and present
    members of the Board of Trustees, Planning Commission, Zoning Board of
    Appeals and the residents of Bloomfield Township HONOR JANE REISINGER for
    her years of service and many contributions to making Bloomfield Township what
    it is today.
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          BE IT KNOWN to all reading this Resolution that it was adopted by the
    Township Board of Trustees on February 11, 2008, and included in the minutes as
    a permanent record.

    AYES:        Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    PROCLAMATION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true
    and correct copy of a proclamation adopted by the Board at their regular meeting
    held on the 11 th day of February 2008, the original of which is in my office.


                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK



I   ITEM #4      Introduction of Lot Split as Part of Site Plan Review - 2343 Telegraph
                 Rd/New Costco Wholesale Store

    Supervisor Payne introduced the lot split request for 2343 Telegraph Rd. The new
    Costco Wholesale Store seeks approval to transfer a 2.14-acre detention pond area to
    the rear of the existing Costco site to serve as additional parking and underground
    storm water detention system. The Board of Trustees will consider the proposal at a
    public hearing to be noticed and published for the meeting on Monday, March 10, 2008,
    at 8:00 p.m.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Devine to APPROVE the Introduction of
    the Lot Split Request for 2343 Telegraph Road for consideration by the Board of
    Trustees on March 10, 2008.

    AYES:        Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of


I   Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true
    and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held
    on the 11 th day of February 2008, the original of which is in my office.
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                                                          JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #5      Construction Contract Approvals - Senior Center & Police Lot

    Tom Marschesano, Program Manager, Capital Building Program, and Dennis Smith,
    Project Manager, George W. Auch Company, made the presentation for the Senior
    Center and Police Lot contract approvals. Based on review of the bids received
    February 1, 2008, they recommended award of the contracts to the lowest, complete
    bids from the following contractors:

                          D & R Earthmoving, Site Work and Utilities
                               Howard Steel, Structural Steel
                                    G & B, Site Electrical

    MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Savoie to AWARD the Construction Contracts
    for the Senior Center and Police Lot to D & R Earthmoving, Site Work and Utilities;
    Howard Steel, Structural Steel; and G & B, Site Electrical.


I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                 Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true
    and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held
    on the 11 th day of February 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #6      Credit Card Usage Resolution

    Treasurer Dan Devine made the presentation. He advised the Board that the
    procedures for credit card usage are limited to the Supervisor and Clerk and meet
    the recommendations of the Township's audit firm. Frequent use of employee


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    credit cards for Township purchases and recurring service contracts warrants
    consideration of this resolution. Clerk Roncelli referred to the survey of
    neighboring municipalities in Oakland County, which supports credit card use as
    an approved procedure.
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    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    February 11, 2008
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I   MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Roncelli to APPROVE the RESOLUTION
    for CREDIT CARD USAGE PROECDURES.

                             BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP
                      CREDIT CARD USE POLICY RESOLUTION
                                PA 266 OF 1995

           WHEREAS, Public Act 266 of 1995 authorizes a Township to be a party to
    a credit card arrangement if the Township Board has adopted by resolution a
    written policy governing the control and use of credit cards; and

           WHEREAS, the Bloomfield Township Board deems that it is in the best
    interest of the Township to make certain township financial transactions by using a
    credit card as described in the Act;

          NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the following policy shall
    govern the use of Bloomfield Township credit cards:

       A. The Bloomfield Township Treasurer is responsible for issuing, accounting


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          for, monitoring, retrieving and generally overseeing compliance with the
          Township's credit card policy.

       B. Township credit cards may be used only by the Township Supervisor or
          Township Clerk or by their respective designated Township employees for
          the purchase of goods or services (no cash advancements) for the official
          business of the Township. Only one credit card may be issued to the
          Supervisor or the Clerk for their use or for use by their respective
          designated Township employees with a credit card limit of $5,000.00 per
          card.

       C. Township officers and employees who use a Township credit card shall
          submit within ten (10) business days, or no later than upon receipt of the
          monthly statement, a copy of the vendor's credit card receipt to the
          Township Treasurer. If no credit card receipt was obtained that described
          the transaction, the user shall submit a signed voucher that shows the
          name of vendor or entity from which goods or services were purchased, the
          date and the amount of the transaction, the official business that required
          the transaction, and the chart of account number indicating the line item to
          which the transaction is to be charged. All credit card receipts shall include
          this information as well. Vouchers shall also include a statement explaining


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          why a credit card receipt was not obtained. Credit card receipts and/or
          vouchers shall be approved by the Treasurer prior to payment of the credit
          card bill by the Township.
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       D. An official who is issued a credit card is responsible for its protection and
          custody. If a credit card is lost or stolen, the Township Treasurer shall be
          notified immediately. The entity issuing the lost or stolen credit card shall be
          notified immediately to cancel the card.

       E. An officer issued a credit card shall return the credit card to the Township
          Treasurer upon termination of his or her employment or service with the
          Township. If the Township Treasurer should discover cards lost, stolen or
          that are not returned upon request, the issuing entity shall be advised to
          cancel the old account and get a new account number.

       F. The Township Treasurer shall maintain a list of all credit cards owned by
          the Township, along with the name of the officer who has been issued the
          credit card, the credit limit established, the date issued, and the date
          returned (if applicable). The officer shall initial the list beside his or her
          name to indicate agreement with this resolution and acknowledging that the
          credit card has been issued, and that the officer has received and read a
          copy of this policy. The Township Treasurer shall review each credit card
          statement upon receipt to ensure that transactions comply with this policy.


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          Any transactions that appear on the statements that are not documented
          with a credit card receipt or a signed voucher shall be immediately
          investigated. The Treasurer shall revoke the credit card privileges of any
          user who acts outside the scope of this resolution and report such actions
          to the Township Board. Restoration of the privilege to use the credit card
          shall only be granted by majority vote of the Township Board of Trustees.

       G. The Township Board shall not approve a payment to the entity issuing the
          credit card until all transactions have been verified, including the approval of
          all transaction receipts or vouchers.

       H. The balance including interest due on an extension of credit under the
          credit card arrangement shall be paid for within 30 days of the initial
          statement date.

       I. Officers and employees who use a Township credit card in a manner
          contrary to this policy shall be subject to any of the following disciplinary
          actions, as deemed appropriate by the Township Board:

                 1) Reimbursement to the Township for unauthorized expenditures
                 2) Verbal Counseling


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                 3) Written Reprimand
                 4) Suspension (if non-elected employee)
                 5) Termination (if non-elected employee)
                 6) Civil Action
                 7) Criminal Investigation and Prosecution
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       J. Any credit card purchase that is outside of the Township Purchasing Policy
          must be submitted to the Township Board for review at a regular Township
          Board Meeting for pre-approval.

    AYES:         Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true
    and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held
    on February 11, 2008.

                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                            TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7      Approve Payroll and Vouchers

I   MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Savoie to Approve Payroll and Vouchers for
    2/11/08, A002944 - A002976; B019502-B019658; and E002575-E002592 totaling
    $5,432,616.50.


    ITEM #8      Public Comment

    Supervisor Payne commended Tom Trice, Director, Dept. of Public Works, for the
    outstanding snow removal on Township subdivision roads.


    ITEM #9      Adjourn to Closed Session to Discuss Legal Opinion from
                 Township Attorney on Intervening in the Dearborn/Comcast
                 Litigation

    The Board of Trustees declined to move into closed session. Attorney Hampton
    reviewed the issues and potential cost regarding joining the Dearborn/Meridian
    Township litigation against Comcast. The advantage to joining the litigation gives
    the Township a seat at the table to discuss the final settlement.


I   MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Savoie to APPROVE Secrest Wardle to
    File a MOTION for PERMISSIVE INTERVENTION in the COMCAST Litigation.
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         AYES:        Devine, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
         NAYS:        NONE

         RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.


         I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
         Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true
         and correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held
         on February 11, 2008.

                                                               JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                               TOWNSHIP CLERK



    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:              Bloomfield Twp Police Dept Monthly Report - January

                                           2008


I                                          2007 Liquor License Approvals

                                           Election Results, Presidential Primary, 1-15-08

    TABLED ITEMS:                          Cost Recovery Resolution (Tabled Indefinitely)




         Meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.

         Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
         399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the
         written minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.



                                              Jariet M. Roncelli, Bloomfield Township Clerk

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                        MINUTES - MONDAY. FEBRUARY 25, 2008

    PRESENT:      Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  Also present, Attorney William Hampton

    ABSENT:       None

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    ITEM #1       Approved Board Minutes of February 11, 2008

    ITEM #2       Consider Approval of Raffle License for Motor City Hit Dogs Travel
                  Baseball Club

    Attorney Hampton recommended that the Motor City Hit Dogs submit their
    Articles of Incorporation, which would state that they are a nonprofit organization. He
    also stated that approval should be subject to the club filing these articles with the State.

    MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Raffle License for
    Motor City Hit Dogs Travel Baseball Club Subject to State Filing of their Articles of
    Incorporation.

I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                  Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  None


    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 25th day of
    February 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                    JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                    TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #3    Construction Contract Approvals - Senior Center (Paving, Foundations,
    Landscape, Carports, Fencing)

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    Manager, George W. Auch Company, made the presentation to award the second portion of
    the first bid package for the Senior Center and police parking lot. They stated that all
    contractors bid low except for paving and that, currently, the contracts are under budget by
    approximately six percent. They recommended award of the contracts to the following
    contractors:
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                                       Nagle Paving - Paving
                                 Tom's Landscaping - Landscaping
                                   Riteway Fence, Inc. - Fencing
                                    Ross & Barr, Inc. - Carports
                               E.L.S. Construction, Inc. - Foundations

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Jamian to AWARD the Construction Contracts for the
    Senior Center and Police Parking Lot to Nagle Paving, Tom's Landscaping, Riteway Fence,
    Inc., Ross & Barr, Inc. and E.L.S. Construction, Inc.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 25th day of
    February 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                          JANET M. RONCELLI

I   ITEM #4
                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK


                 Sanitary Sewer Payback Agreement - 6350 Worlington Rd.

    The agreement has been reviewed and approved by Attorney Hampton. The owner has
    extended the public sanitary sewer to his property at his own expense. The sewer payback
    agreement will guarantee that this resident is reimbursed when/if other property owners
    within the area connect to the system.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Sanitary Sewer
    Payback Agreement for 6350 Worlington Road.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 25th day of


I   February 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                 JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                 TOWNSHIP CLERK
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    ITEM #5      Support for Meridian Township Request

    Leslie Helwig, Director of Community Relations, made the presentation. She asked the Board
    to contribute $5000.00 to Meridian Township for fees that they have incurred in their legal
    battle with Comcast regarding the moving of the Public, Educational, Governmental (P.E.G.)
    channels which would affect all communities. She stated that the money could be taken from
    the cable budget.

    Attorney Hampton advised the Board that Bloomfield Township's motion to intervene in this
    case had been filed.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Devine to APPROVE a Contribution of $5000.00 to
    Meridian Township for Legal Fees Acquired from the Comcast Lawsuit.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,

I   County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 25th day of
    February 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                 JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                 TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #6      National Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Proclamation

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Roncelli to APPROVE the National Child Abuse
    Prevention and Awareness Proclamation.

                 RESOLUTION TO PROCLAIM APRIL AS NATIONAL CHILD
                    ABUSE PREVENTION AND AWARENESS MONTH

           WHEREAS, abuse and neglect are suffered by children in our communities,
    regardless of age, race, gender or economic situation; and

          WHEREAS, one in four girls and one in six boys will be sexually abused before



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    the age of 18; and

           WHEREAS, this reported maltreatment is only a portion of the overall problem
    threatening our children, for so many cases go unreported, and today's technology has
    brought with it a new and dangerous form of child endangerment, the online predator;
    and
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           WHEREAS, the devastating consequences of physical and emotional abuse of
    our children affects the community as a whole and finding solutions needs to be
    attended to by the community as a whole; and

          WHEREAS, the state of Michigan has mandatory reporting by professionals
    working with children of any suspected abuse and neglect incidences - a major step -
    but more is needed in the community; and

           WHEREAS, CARE House of Oakland County (home of Child Abuse and Neglect
    Council of Oakland County) works to break the cycle of child abuse and neglect;
    provides a protective circle of light and hope for a better life; and advocates for the
    safety and protection of children; and

           WHEREAS, CARE House of Oakland County partners with community
    organizations and agencies to offer programs and services aimed at preventing child
    abuse and neglect, knowing that effective programs succeed because of the
    involvement and partnerships created among schools, social service agencies, religious
    and civic organizations, the business community and law enforcement agencies; and

          WHEREAS, children deserve to grow and thrive in an environment that nurtures

I   and keeps them safe.

          NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, the Bloomfield Township Board of
    Trustees does hereby proclaim April as National Child Abuse Prevention and
    Awareness Month in BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP, MICHIGAN.

           BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, we call upon all citizens, community agencies,
    organizations and businesses to increase their participation in our efforts to prevent the
    abuse of our children, thereby strengthening and protecting our community.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    February 25, 2008.




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                                                            JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                             TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7       Approve Resolution for RCOC's Traffic Control Order No. YS 597-03-06,
                  Revision #1, Installation of Yield Signs in Bloomfield Estates Subdivision
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    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE RCOC's Traffic Control Order
    No. YS 597-03-06, Revision #1, Installation of Yield Signs in Bloomfield Estates Subdivision.

                                        RESOLUTION

           WHEREAS, Oakland County has approved Traffic Control Order, YS 597-03-06,
    Revision #1; and

          WHEREAS, the approval pertains to the installation of yield signs in Bloomfield
    Estates Subdivision in Bloomfield Township.

          NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Bloomfield Township Board of
    Trustees approves the Traffic Control Order at this location.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,

I   County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on February 25, 2008.


                                                                 JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                  TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #8      Approve Payroll and Vouchers

    MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Jamian to Approve Payroll and Vouchers for 2/25/08,
    A002977 - A002996; B019659-B019836; and E002593-E002608 totaling $3,958,304.90.


    ITEM #9      Public Comment

    There was no public comment.


    ITEM #10     Public Hearing - Bloomfield Park Final Site Plan & Rezoning Request



I   Patti McCullough, Director of Building and Planning, reviewed the final site plan and
    rezoning request, noting a parking deficiency - 92 spaces as opposed to 1341 per
    Township requirements. The developer has proposed a shared parking plan, which is
    acceptable for Phase 1 of the project per the Township Traffic Consultant. Lots 31 and
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    32 are currently zoned R-P Research Park and the property owner is seeking a B-3
    Research Business classification.

    Further information, on behalf of the applicant, was presented by Gary Ceepo, Senior
    Development Director, Coventry II DDR, Martin Parker, Traffic Engineer, Wade Trim,
    and Doug Poland, Attorney, McShane & Bowie, which included a traffic impact study.
    Mike Labadie, Bloomfield Township Traffic Consultant, advised the Board that if the
    developer implements all proposed mitigation measures then future operation of the
    roads surrounding the proposed Bloomfield Park would be tolerable.

    The Development Agreement, which requires the signatures of the Township and
    Developer, was also discussed at length including the ambiguous wording of the
    document. It was decided that a meeting should be held to revise the Development
    Agreement so as to be mutually acceptable to both parties.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Rezoning Request for
    Lots 31 and 32 from R-P to B-3 Zoning AND to TABLE the Issue of Site Plan Approval
    for Bloomfield Park Until Both Parties Meet on February 26, 2008.

    Roll Call Vote Taken by Clerk Roncelli:


I   Barnett - yes
    Jamian - y e s
    Devine - yes
    Payne - yes
    Roncelli - yes
    Buckley - yes
    Savoie - yes

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on February 25, 2008.


                                                                JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #11     Adjourn to Closed Session to Discuss Township Attorney Opinion



I   MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Devine to Adjourn to Closed Session to Discuss
    Township Attorney Opinion.


    Roll Call taken by Clerk Roncelli:
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         Barnett -    yes
         Jamian -     yes
         Devine -     yes
         Payne -      yes
         Roncelli -   yes
         Buckley -    yes
         Savoie -     yes



    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:              Bloomfield Twp Fire Dept Monthly Report - December 2007


    TABLED ITEMS:                         Cost Recovery Resolution (Tabled Indefinitely)



         Meeting adjourned at 9:48 p.m.

         Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL

I        399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
         minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.



                                                     anet M. Roncelli, Bloomfield Township Clerk

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    CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
    BOARD OF TRUSTEES
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    PRESENT:      Payne, Roncelli, Devine, Jamian, Buckley, Barnett, Savoie
                  Also Present: Attorney William Hampton, Secrest Wardle, Attorney
                  Beth Kudla, Secrest Wardle, Attorney Doug Poland, McShane &
                  Bowie, P.L.C., Craig Schubiner, Coventry II DDR Harbor Bloomfield
                  Phase 1 LLC
                  Bloomfield Township Department Heads and Jason Theis, Deputy
                  Finance Director

    Review of the 2008-2009 Budget -

    Supervisor Payne and Ray Perkins, Finance Director, presented the budget
    review.    Revenues are not quite as conservative as in past years. The
    Professional Golfers Association (PGA) will incur added costs for the Township,
    but this expense will be reimbursed. Life and health insurance for active
    employees remains stable, but will increase for retirees this year due to the
    number of Fire Department personnel who will be retiring. Also, the amounts that
    retirees are required to pay for health care will change in future years.

    Most department budgets reflect little or no change from last year.

I   The Clerk's Office will experience increased expenses this year with the 2008
    elections and the addition of one employee pending a retirement within the
    department.

    In the 48th District Court, Township prosecuting fees decreased because of a
    change in attorneys. As the landlord of the 48th District Court, the Township
    collects court revenue, but pays for 45 percent of the caseloads.

    The Road Department will replace two aged trucks and a street sweeper. The
    issue of salt was also reviewed. Tom Trice, Public Works Director, stated that the
    Township's salt quantity was still adequate with 1000 tons. The price will remain
    stable this year and most likely increase next winter. Extra asphalt will be needed
    this spring/summer for pothole repairs due to road damage from the snow
    removal.

    In the Fire Department, there are 18 employees instead of 20 and it is anticipated
    that six employees will retire this year. Chief Chartier stated that they are waiting
    for the new contract to be signed before hiring additional staff. A self-contained
    breathing apparatus will be purchased, but a grant will assist with the expense.



I   The Building Department has projects, which should maintain the permit
    structure, and the PGA will increase building permits for the department this year.
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    Community Cable franchise and PEG fees should stay the same and even,
    possibly, grow. The fund balance for this department has been allowed to
    increase in the event franchise fees cease. Also, one person has been hired in
    the department.

    The Water and Sewer Fund reported a 27 percent increase from Detroit Water &
    Sewer Department. While two bonds were closed for the Water & Sewer Capital
    Improvement, permit requirements for the CSO basin will increase $200,000.00.
    Water debt payments must be made and the Board will need to decide if
    residents will be billed at a $0.23 consumption rate or an $8.00 flat rate per
    quarter.

    The Improvement and Revolving Fund is an extension of the General Fund and
    money is transferred to it. The Gypsy Moth, mosquito, storm sewers and
    beautification projects are some expenses that utilize this fund.

    The Senior Services Department highlighted its budget based on the Capital
    Building Program and Adult Day Services.


I   A balanced budget was presented to the Trustees.


    Bloomfield Park Final Site Plan -

    Attorney Hampton stated that, as a reminder, the rezoning request for Bloomfield
    Park was approved at the Board meeting on Monday (2-25-08) night, but the site
    plan had been tabled. He advised that a meeting had been held on Tuesday,
    February 26, 2008, between the developer and the Township in hopes of revising
    the development agreement so as to be acceptable to both parties.

    The Golf Drive easement was the main focus of the meeting. Attorney Hampton
    advised that an emergency access easement for this road has been filed with the
    County. However, the developer has not been able to get the current owner
    (Midwestern Baptist College) to change the access from emergency to public.
    The Golf Drive easement is an integral aspect of the traffic study presented to the
    Board by the developer's traffic consultant. Discussion ensued that if a public
    easement could not be obtained then, perhaps, the traffic mitigation plan should
    not be approved. Attorney Poland stated that while the developer is willing to use
    reasonable effort to obtain the easement, he is not obligated to provide it as part



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    of site plan approval. Poland added that while the study demonstrated the relief
    that would be acquired by cross access, it was not part of the traffic mitigation
    plan, which was approved by the Michigan Department of Transportation
    (MDOT). Clerk Roncelli stated that the letter from MDOT does recommend that
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    the developer investigate the cross access and alternate access point issues to
    alleviate traffic impact generated by the development.

    The developer and the Township reviewed alternatives for greater access, such
    as using another part of the college property - further east or south and/or the
    possibility of the City of Pontiac selling the municipal golf course.

    Attorney Hampton recommended that the Board consider five decisions:
        1) Agree with the current language of the development agreement
        2) Substitute the word, "shall" for "good faith, commercially reasonable
           efforts" to obtain the easement
        3) Defer action until the Board is able to get a report of how the signing of the
           easement is progressing
        4) Use the developer's language; provide a time period; revise the paragraph
           to initiate a lawsuit if no easement is obtained; have the developer pay all
           costs and attorney fees; and allow the court to determine if the developer
           used good faith, reasonable efforts
        5) Put a monetary value on the signing of the easement and if it does not get


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           signed then the money could be used to provide traffic control for
           Bloomfield Park.

    Trustee Savoie made a motion to table the Bloomfield Park final site plan, but
    withdrew it to allow Attorney Hampton, Attorney Kudla, Attorney Poland and
    Schubiner to leave the room and discuss further wording of the development
    agreement. When they returned, Attorney Hampton recommended the following
    motion be made by the Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees:

    Over the objection of the developer, paragraph C1 of the development
    agreement is amended to add the word, "shall" and delete the phrase, "agrees to
    use good faith, commercially reasonable efforts to" as Number One.

    Number Two: The site plan is approved conditioned upon execution of the
    development agreement and that the Supervisor is authorized to sign the
    development agreement on behalf of the Township.

    Number Three: No building permits shall be issued until the developer executes
    the development agreement and delivers it to the Township. The developer will
    submit to the Township Building Department their application and plans so that
    during the period of time in which they are attempting to acquire this easement


I   the Township Departments and consultants will be reviewing their plans which
    are submitted in order to obtain building permits. The developer shall pay all
    required fees customarily charged for the review by both the Township
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    employees as well as outside consultants who routinely approve applications for
    building permits.

    Paragraph 6 on page 5 is revised so as to strike the words, "the developer's
    ability to do so" and add the words, "the developer's obligation to do so is limited
    to constructing the improvement at the then prevailing standard construction
    industry costs..."

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Savoie to APPROVE the recommended
    motion by Attorney Hampton.

    Roll Call Vote was taken:

    David Buckley - yes
    Neal Barnett - yes
    Dave Payne - yes
    Dan Devine - yes
    Leo Savoie - yes


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    Greg Jamian - yes
    Jan Roncelli - yes


    Meeting adjourned at 11:40 a.m.




                                              JA^ET RONCELLI
                                              TOWNSHIP CLERK
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    March 10,2008
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I   PRESENT:
                           MINUTES - MONDAY, MARCH 10, 2008

                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 Also present, Attorney Kristin Kolb

    ABSENT:      None

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    ITEM #1      Approved Board Minutes of February 25, 2008 & Study Session of
                 February 27, 2008


    ITEM #2      Proclamation to Honor Larry Nutson, Bloomfield Village Manager

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Proclamation to Honor
    Larry Nutson, Bloomfield Village Manager.

                   RESOLUTION IN HONOR OF L. LAWRENCE NUTSON


I         WHEREAS L. Lawrence Nutson, better known as Larry, a Township resident,
    has served as the Village Manager for Bloomfield Village Association since 1998; and

            WHEREAS the Township appreciates the strong working relationship with
    Bloomfield Village sustained by Larry; managing services for the 1000 property owners
    in this association by informing Bloomfield Village residents about Township policy and
    procedures and notifying the Township regarding new development in Bloomfield
    Village; and

          WHEREAS Larry has been a Township resident since 1995 and gainfully
    employed as an executive for United Aircraft, Volkswagen of America, and Campbell
    Ewald Advertising before assuming the duties of Village Manager; and

           WHEREAS Larry holds membership in various professional organizations,
    including the Individual Communicators Network which he founded, the Michigan
    Association of Nonpublic Schools, and the Society of Automotive Engineers; and

          WHEREAS Larry serves as a volunteer on numerous community organizations
    such as the Board of Directors for Marian High School, The Archdiocese of Detroit
    School Marketing Parent Committee, and as a Patron Member of the Detroit Symphony


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    Orchestra; and

          WHEREAS since 1997 he has continued to provide professional services as an
    independent contractor; and
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I          WHEREAS we regret his resignation from the position of Village Manager due to
    relocation in Connecticut; and

           WHEREAS, we will miss Larry's representation of Bloomfield Village
    Association's by-laws and deed restrictions to the Zoning Board of Appeals and his
    input with the Planning Commission in formulating the Township's Master Plan.

            NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the past and present members of
    the Board of Trustees, Zoning Board of Appeals, Planning Commission and the
    residents of Bloomfield Township HONOR L. LAWRENCE NUTSON for his years of
    service and many contributions to making Bloomfield Village and Bloomfield Township
    what it is today.

           BE IT KNOWN to all reading this Resolution that it was adopted by the Township
    Board of Trustees on March 10, 2008, and included in the minutes as a permanent
    record.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None


I   RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 10th day of
    March 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                 JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                 TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #3      PUBLIC HEARING: 2008 - 2009 Fiscal Year Budget

    Supervisor Payne called the Public Hearing to order for consideration of the 2008-2009
    Fiscal Year Budget. In accordance with Charter Township regulations, the proposed
    budget was introduced to the Board of Trustees on December 10, 2007 and a Study
    Session was held on February 27, 2008.

    Payne outlined the budget explaining sources of revenues and expenditures. After
    discussion of the budget items, the following motion was made by Barnett and


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    supported by Jamian:

           WHEREAS this resolution shall be the general appropriations of Bloomfield
    Township, by fund and account group, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2009. This
    resolution makes appropriations; establishes the salaries of the administrative elected
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    officials and department heads; provides for the expenditure of the appropriations; and
    provides for the disposition of all income received by Bloomfield Township on a fund or
    account group basis complying with Section 16 of the Uniform Budgeting and
    Accounting Act (MCL 141.436) by setting forth the total number of mills of ad valorem
    property taxes to be levied and the purposes for which that millage is to be levied (the
    truth in budgeting act); and

         WHEREAS the Township 2008-2009 Budget is hereby adopted and shall be
    permanently placed on file in the Clerk's office and available for public view; and

          WHEREAS the estimated adopted millage rates shall not exceed the millage
    rates requested on the millage request report to the Oakland County Board of
    Commissioners before September 30th, 2008.

          BE IT RESOLVED, that no Township Board member or employee of Bloomfield
    Township shall expend any funds or obligate expenditures of any funds except pursuant
    to appropriations made by the Board. Changes in the amount appropriated by the
    Township Board shall require approval by the Township Board; and



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            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Township Supervisor is hereby charged
    with general supervision of the execution of the budget adopted by the Township Board
    and shall hold the department heads and employees responsible for performance of
    their responsibilities within the amounts appropriated by the Township Board.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to CLOSE the 2008-2009 Budget Public
    Hearing.

    Roll Call taken by Clerk Roncelli:

    Barnett -     yes
    Jamian -      yes
    Devine -      yes
    Payne -       yes
    Roncelli -    yes
    Buckley -     yes
    Savoie -      yes

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,


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    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 10th day of
    March 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                 JANET M. RONCELLI
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                                                                 TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #4      PUBLIC HEARING: Costco Warehouse, 2343 Telegraph Rd., Final Site Plan
                 and Lot Split Request

    Patti McCullough, Director of Planning and Building, made the presentation.

    The applicant is seeking approval for demolition of the existing Costco store and construction
    of a new building.

    The lot split proposal is to approve the transfer of a 2.14-acre detention pond to serve as
    additional parking. The Wetlands Board approved moving the detention area to an
    underground storm water detention system. A variance of 80 parking spaces was granted
    due to past practice of shared parking with the Bloomfield Town Square Shopping Center.

    The Township has requested Costco to participate in the Telegraph Road Median
    Beautification Project. Ted Johnson, Design Strategies, stated that Costco is attempting to
    contribute $35,000.00 to median landscaping. He also stated that due to poor soil quality, the


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    construction schedule has been increased by 70 days but the new store will open for either
    the 2008 holiday season or May 2009.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Savoie to APPROVE the Lot Split Request for
    Costco Warehouse, 2343 Telegraph Road (parts of 19-05-476-086, 19-05-476-092).

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Final Site Plan for Costco
    Warehouse, 2343 Telegraph Road (parts of 19-05-476-086, 19-05-476-092).

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 10th day of
    March 2008, the original of which is in my office.


I                                                                JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                 TOWNSHIP CLERK
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    ITEM #5       PUBLIC HEARING: Mercedes-Benz Dealership, 36600 Woodward Ave.,
                  Final Site Plan

    The applicant is seeking approval for an addition, exterior renovations and site improvements
    for the existing building.

    Patti McCullough, Director of Planning and Building, recommended that the Board approve
    the site plan with the following conditions:
        1) Repair of the existing wood fence with prior notification to the adjacent residential
            properties
       2) Screen the trash enclosure with a masonry screen-wall with wood gates
       3) Plant four trees on-site to replace those removed for the addition
       4) Enhance the existing landscape areas for review by the Township
       5) Seek Design Review Board approval for new signage.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE the Final Site Plan for
    Mercedes-Benz Dealership, 36600 Woodward Avenue (19-25-176-043) with the Above
    Conditions.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie

I   NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 10th day of
    March 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                   JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                   TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #6       Clearzoning Ordinance Consultant Services

    Patti McCullough, Director of Planning and Building, and Rod Arroyo, President,
    Clearzoning, made the presentation.

    The Planning Department has been reviewing the Township Zoning Ordinance and has
    determined that its functionality and general appearance should be updated to the


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    Township's current standards.

    Clearzoning is the only firm in Michigan that has the capability to alter the current zoning
    ordinance into a document that is easier to understand and utilize. Clearzoning
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    consolidates text, adds graphics and clarifies regulations, which will allow for better
    comprehension of the Township's requirements.

    The cost for Clearzoning to transform the current zoning ordinance is $37,750.00 and to
    include up to 12 additional hyperlinks to the Township's website information and
    application forms would be an additional $10,800.00.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Savoie to APPROVE the Consultant Services of
    Clearzoning/Birchler Arroyo Associates for reformatting the Township's zoning
    ordinance in an amount not to exceed $48,550.00.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on


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    March 10,2008.

                                                            JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                             TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7       Planning, Building & Ordinance Departments - 2007 Annual Reports

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Jamian to ACCEPT the 2007 Annual Reports for the
    Planning, Building and Ordinance Departments.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on March 10, 2008.




I   ITEM #8       Senior Services Subsidy Policy
                                                                   JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                    TOWNSHIP CLERK
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    Chris Tvaroha, Senior Services Director, made the presentation.

    Cost sharing policies are regularly implemented throughout the Township so that the greatest
    number of residents may be served. Senior Services has taken the hardship application that
    is utilized by other departments and adapted it to offer low-income seniors a subsidized rate.

    A sliding scale of subsidy rates will be offered based on household incomes. For example,
    poverty-level incomes would equate to a 50 percent discount. Subsidy renewals would be
    completed on an annual basis with clients asked to update supporting documentation. The
    first application of this tool will be for the Adult Day Care Service families with the intent to
    implement in medical transportation and nutrition services.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Senior Services Subsidy
    Policy AND PROVIDE a Progress Report to the Board in 6 Months.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None



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    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on March 10, 2008.


                                                                     JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                     TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #9       Capital Building Program - Temporary Storage Yard Bid Award

    Dennis Smith, Project Manager, George W. Auch Company, made the presentation.

    In January 2008, the Board approved the purchase of a pre-engineered building to be
    installed at the Township's property on Golf Drive to house equipment and salt during
    the Capital Building Program (CBP). However, discrepancies were discovered in the
    proposed versus required specifications for the building and the purchase order was
    cancelled.




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    New bids were received on February 22, 2008 for the purchase and installation of a new
    building as well as site and concrete work. Smith recommended award of the bid to the
    following contractors for a total amount of $294,385.00:

                          Southwest Construction Services, L.L.C. — Site Work
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                             Gemelli Concrete LLC - Concrete Work
             Commercial Contracting Corporation - Misc. Steel & Metal Building System
                         Weinstein Electric Company - Electrical Work

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to AWARD the Construction Contracts for the
    Capital Building Program's Temporary Storage Yard to Southwest Construction Services,
    L.L.C., Gemelli Concrete LLC, Commercial Contracting Corporation and Weinstein Electric
    Company.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on March 10, 2008.




I                                                               JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #10     Bloomfield Township Map Fees

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Roncelli to APPROVE the Bloomfield Township Map
    Fees.

                          CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                               MAP FEES RESOLUTION

    WHEREAS, Bloomfield Township provides maps upon request in the Clerk's Office and
    Planning/Building Departments; and

    WHEREAS, Bloomfield Township provides maps on its website for homeowners and
    other interested parties to access at no cost (www.bloomfieldtwp.org); and

    WHEREAS, the current map fee schedule has been reviewed and it has been deemed
    necessary to change the medium-sized (18" x 24") map cost from $3.00 to $4.50.


I   THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield approves the map fee schedule as follows:
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    Map Title                            Size                                        Cost


    Future Land Use Map                  11" X   17"                               $3.00


    Precinct Map (small)                 11" X   17"                               $3.00
    Precinct Map (medium)                18"x 24"                                  $4.50
    Precinct Map (large)                 24" x 36"                                 $6.00


    Safety Path Map                      1 1 " X 17"                               $3.00


    School Districts (small)             1 1 " X 17"                               $3.00
    School Districts (large)             2 4 " x 36"                               $6.00


    Street Map (small)                   1 1 " X 17" (double sided)                $4.50
    Street Map (large)                   24" x 36"                                 $6.00

I   Zip Code Map (letter size)                   1
                                         8 1/21 x 11"
                                         1 1 " X 17"
                                                                                   $1.00
                                                                                   $3.00
    Zip Code Map (small)


    Zonina Mao                           24" x 36"                                 $6.00


        AYES:            Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
        NAYS:            None

        RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

        I, JANET RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
        County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
        of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on March 10, 2008.


                                                                      JANET M. RONCELLI



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                                                                      TOWNSHIP CLERK


        ITEM #11         Consider Approval for Carpool Lighting (1 -75 at Adams Rd.)
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    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE Bloomfield Township
    Paying the Annual Energy Costs for Carpool Lighting at I-75 and Adams Rd.

                           CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                          LIGHTING IN CARPOOL LOT RESOLUTION

    WHEREAS, the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) has constructed a well
    utilized carpool lot at I-75 and Adams Road in Bloomfield Township; and

    WHEREAS, in order to provide these carpoolers with added security, MDOT would like
    to install one 250 watt, high pressure, sodium vapor flood light on the east side of the lot
    which is standard at many carpool lot locations; and

    WHEREAS, MDOT would pay for the initial construction costs, while DTE Energy would
    install, own and maintain the lighting system if the Township agrees to pay the annual
    energy costs of approximately $227.34,

    THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Board of Trustees for the Charter Township
    of Bloomfield approves paying the annual energy costs to light the carpool lot located on


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    the northwest side of the interchange on Adams Road.



    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
    of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on the 10™ day of
    March 2008, the original of which is in my office.

                                                                   JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                   TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #12      Approve Resolution for RCOC's Traffic Control Order No. YS 643-03-
                  08, Installation of Yield Signs in Eastways Farm No. 2 Subdivision




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    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE RCOC's Traffic Control Order
    No. YS 643-03-08, Installation of Yield Signs in Eastways Farm No. 2 Subdivision.

            WHEREAS, Oakland County has approved Traffic Control Order, YS 643-03-08;
    and
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              WHEREAS, the approval pertains to the installation of yield signs in Eastways
         Farm No. 2 Subdivision in Bloomfield Township.

              NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Bloomfield Township Board of
        Trustees approves the Traffic Control Order at this location.

        AYES:         Bamett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
        NAYS:         None

         RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

        I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
        County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
        of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on March 10, 2008.


                                                                        JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                        TOWNSHIP CLERK


I       ITEM #13      Approve Payroll and Vouchers

        MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Roncelli to Approve Payroll and Vouchers for 3/10/08,
        A002997-A003033; B019837-B020022; and E002609-E002625 totaling $10,567,688.98.


         ITEM #14     Public Comment

        County Commissioner Potts advised the Board that the condition of the County is
        getting gloomier. A deficit of $20 million is forecasted by 2010. Significant cuts and
        hiring freezes have been made but revenues are not as strong as anticipated.



    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:              Bloomfield Twp Fire Dept Monthly Report - January 2008

                                           Bloomfield Twp Police Dept Monthly Report - February 2008

                                           Oakland County- 2007 Financial Summary


I                                          Michigan Townships Assoc (MTA) Newsletter- March 2008

                                           Secrest Wardle Letter- Motion to Intervene
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                                          State of Michigan Resolution - Ethnic & Cultural Heritage
                                          Month

    TABLED ITEMS:                          Cost Recovery Resolution (Tabled Indefinitely)



         Meeting adjourned at 9:55 p.m.

         Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
         399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
         minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.



                                                   Janet M. Roncelli, Bloomfield Township Clerk

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    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    March 24, 2008
    Page 1


I   PRESENT:
                          MINUTES - MONDAY, MARCH 24, 2008

                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 Also present, Attorney William Hampton

    ABSENT:      None

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    ITEM #1      Approved Board Minutes of March 10, 2008


    ITEM #2      Capital Building Program - Construction Contracts (Package #2A)

    Dennis Smith, Project Manager, George W. Auch Company, made the presentation to
    award the first portion of the second bid package for the Senior Center and police
    parking lot for masonry and HVAC work. Currently, the Capital Building Program
    contracts are under budget by approximately eight percent. He recommended award of
    the contracts to the following contractors:


I                               HMC Mason Contractors - Masonry
                                 Great Lakes Mechanical - HVAC

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to AWARD the Construction Contracts for the
    Senior Center and Police Parking Lot to HMC Mason Contractors and Great Lakes
    Mechanical.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    March 24, 2008.

                                                          JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK




I   ITEM #3      Award Bid for Charring Cross Water Main Replacements

    Wayne Domine, Engineering and Environmental Director, made the presentation.
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I   The project will consist of constructing a new water main in Charring Cross Estates
    Subdivision to alleviate problems with low water pressure and high maintenance frequency.
    Funding for this project will come from bonds sold last month for the Township's long-term
    capital improvement program for the water system. The project will use the directional bore
    method as opposed to open cut, which will be less invasive for landscaping and driveways.

    Domine recommended acceptance of the low bid of $899,957.00 as submitted by S&S
    Directional Boring.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to AWARD the Bid for Charring Cross Water
    Main Replacements to S&S Directional Boring with the Lowest Bid of $899,957.00.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on

I   March 24, 2008.

                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #4      Award Bid for Franklin Road PRV Chamber

    Wayne Domine, Engineering and Environmental Director, stated that the project would
    consist of installing a new underground chamber with a pressure-reducing valve (PRV) to
    create a new pressure zone in the southwest portion of the Township. The chamber will be
    located on Franklin Road, south of Maple Road and funding will come from bonds sold last
    month for the Township's water system capital improvement program.

    Domine recommended acceptance of the low bid of $175,250.00 submitted by ManCon
    Michigan Inc. He stated that Hubbell, Roth and Clark (HRC), the Township's consulting
    engineers, estimated that the project would cost approximately $250,000.00 to complete. The
    Board noted that the large difference in price between the estimate and actual bid are a sign
    of the tough economic times in Michigan.




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    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to AWARD the Bid for the Franklin Road PRV
    Chamber to ManCon Michigan, Inc. with the Lowest Bid of $175,250.00.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None
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    Charter Township of Bioomfield
    March 24, 2008
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I   RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bioomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    March 24, 2008.

                                                             JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                             TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #5      Engineering & Environmental Services Department (EESD) 2007 Annual
                 Report

    The Board reviewed the Engineering and Environmental Services Department's 2007 annual
    report.

    Clerk Roncelli commented that with such a good-looking department, they should include a
    picture with their report.

I   ITEM #6      2008 Safety Path Program & Master Plan Update (HRC)

    The last Safety Path Master Plan Update was completed four years ago. All safety
    paths acknowledged in that plan will be finished this year. The 2008 report identifies and
    prioritizes 24 routes - the first six are already in plans for this year. The Michigan
    Department of Transportation (MDOT) and the Oakland County Road Commission
    (RCOC) now require pedestrian crossing signals at intersections. The budget estimate
    is $10,000.00 per signal, but every intersection is different.

    Proposed ballot language was reviewed for the safety path millage, which will terminate
    in 2009 but the new update report is for ten years, which would require two millage
    renewals.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Jamian to ACCEPT the 2008 Safety Path
    Program and Master Plan Update.

    AYES:         Bamett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None



I   RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

           I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bioomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
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    March 24, 2008
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I   correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    March 24, 2008.

                                                          JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7      Golf Drive Security

    Per the Capital Building Program, a pre-engineered building has been approved by the
    Board to be installed at the Township's property on Golf Drive to house equipment and
    salt. Security will be necessary due to the expense of the equipment.

    RCN Securities submitted the lowest proposal to provide services at this facility. An
    unarmed security guard will patrol the property with a cell phone to report problems to
    the police. A background investigation was performed on the company as well as staff
    and all was found to be in order. The Township attorney has reviewed the contract and
    found it to be satisfactory.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Contract Between the

I   Township and RCN Securities.

    AYES:
    NAYS:
                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    March 24, 2008.

                                                                 JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                  TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #8      2008 PGA Tournament - Liquor License

    The resolution to approve a liquor license for the 2008 PGA Tournament is similar to the one
    adopted by the Board for the Ryder Cup in 2004. Attorney Hampton has reviewed the



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    document and found it to be satisfactory.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE the 2008 PGA Tournament
    Liquor License Resolution.
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    March 24, 2008
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I                 RESOLUTION OF THE BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP BOARD

          WHEREAS Bloomfield Township is the host governmental unit for the 2008
    Professional Golfer Association Championship golf tournament; and,

          WHEREAS, the said 2008 Professional Golfer Association Championship golf
    tournament is to be held at Oakland Hills Country Club located within the Township;
    and,

           WHEREAS, the Township expects that the 2008 Professional Golfer Association
    Championship golf tournament will attract a substantial number of tourists from outside
    the state; and,

          WHEREAS, this national sporting event is conducted under the auspices of PGA
    of America.

           NOW THEREFORE, pursuant to Act 58 of the Public Acts of 1998, as amended
    (MCL. Section 436.1517 a), the Michigan Liquor Control Commission (MLCC) is hereby
    requested to issue a license pursuant to said Public Act to Oakland Hills Country Club,
    the PGA Tournament Corporation, Inc., and Restaurants Associates Events

I   Corporation, all as co-licensees. It is further requested that this license be issued on
    the 28th day of July 2008, and that it allow the sale of alcoholic beverages at the site of
    the 2008 Professional Golfer Association Championship golf tournament between the
    hours of 7:30 a.m. and midnight through the 18 day of August, 2008. The licensed
    premises will include the present Oakland Hills Country Club as well as pavilions and
    outdoor service areas on both the north and the south courses of Oakland Hills Country
    Club. The one license with the three co-licensees is the only license recommended
    pursuant to this resolution.

             IT IS FURTHER RESOLVED that the present facilities at Oakland Hills Country
    Club comply with applicable State and local building, safety and health laws, rules and
    regulations, and it is further resolved that prior to the granting of an occupancy permit
    for any new or temporary areas to be used in connection with the golf tournament, those
    facilities also will comply with all applicable State and local building, safety and health
    laws, rules and regulations.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.



I           I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    March 24, 2008.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    March 24, 2008
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                                                                JANET M, RONCELLI
                                                                TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #9      Waiver of Contractor Insurance Requirements

    For the April 19, 2008 Hazardous Waste event, the Township will allow residents to dispose
    of unwanted medications. In order to do that a pharmacist will need to be present. The
    medical disposal company will insure the pharmacist for the date of the event, but will not
    cover professional liability - a $2,000,000.00 requirement by the Township.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE the Waiver of Contractor
    Insurance Requirements for the Pharmacist that will be Attending the April 19, 2008
    Hazardous Waste Event.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

I   RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    March 24, 2008.

                                                                JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #10     Approve Payroll and Vouchers

    MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Buckley to Approve Payroll and Vouchers for
    3/24/08, A003034-A003066; B020023-B020210; and E002626-E002643 totaling
    $6,233,599.18.


    ITEM #11     Public Comment



I   County Commissioner Marcia Gershenson spoke to the Board regarding:
       1.
      2.
      3.
            An Oakland County luncheon on April 17, 2008
             An exhibit at the Township library celebrating Women's History month (March)
             The Zoo having a possible millage proposal on the August ballot.
         Board of Trustees Meeting
         Charter Township of Bloomfield
         March 24, 2008
         Page 7


I        The Board thanked the Road Department for all the hard work they had done this winter to
         keep the roads clear.

         Supervisor Payne reviewed with the Board a letter that was sent to Township residents, Mr.
         Jack Martin and Dr. Arrington-Martin, regarding the construction of a safety path on Square
         Lake Road between Telegraph Road and Bataan Drive.

         MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to PERMANENTLY REMOVE the Cost
         Recovery Resolution from Tabled Items.

         AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
         NAYS:        None



    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:             RCOC Road Report - 1 st Quarter 2008




I   TABLED ITEMS:                         Cost Recovery Resolution (Tabled Indefinitely)



         Meeting adjourned at 8:51 p.m.

         Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
         399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
         minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.



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    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 14, 2008



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                            MINUTES - MONDAY, APRIL 14, 2008

    PRESENT:     Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 Also present, Attorney William Hampton

    ABSENT:      Buckley

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    ITEM #1      Approved Board Minutes of March 24, 2008


    ITEM #2      Police Department Awards for 2007

    Police Chief Kirt Bowden introduced commanders who attended in support of award
    recipients. They were Lieutenant Keith Fry, Troy, Former Chief Zimmerman, Bloomfield
    Township, Deputy Chief Ryan Gerald, Southfield, Deputy Chief Joe Chaffen, West
    Bloomfield, Chief Robert Jones, Lathrup Village, and Captain Robert Smith, Oakland
    County Sheriff's Department Rochester Hills substation.


I   Chief Bowden and Deputy Chief Geof Gaudard presented the awards. The following
    people were recognized:

    Donald E. Zimmerman Officer of the Year Award - Lieutenant Paul Schwab
    Meritorious Service - Officer Mitchell Holloway
    Meritorious Service - Officer Joseph Monti
    Meritorious Service - Officer Aaron Sparks
    Meritorious Service - Officer Roger Wechter
    Meritorious Service - Detective Dwayne Barker, Bloomfield Township, Officer James
    Gallagher, Bloomfield Township, Detective Sergeant Scott Salter, Troy, Detective
    Sergeant Vince Lynch, Lathrup Village, Detective Cory Bauman, Southfield, Detective
    Brian Sobecki, Royal Oak, Detective Michael Pankey, Oakland County Sheriff
    Department, Detective Brian Bastianelli, Farmington Hills, and Detective Jeff Fletemier,
    West Bloomfield
    Chiefs Merit Award - Animal Welfare Officer Rick Metcalf
    Honorable Mention - Officer Dave Comerford
    Letter of Recognition - Dispatcher Kristy Sung
    Distinguished Citizen Award - Mr. Quintin Rogers

    On behalf of the Township and residents, the Board thanked the recipients for their


I   contributions.


    ITEM #3       Proclamation for Baroness Caroline Cox
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    The proclamation will be presented to the Baroness on May 9, 2008 at the Birmingham
    Country Club.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Proclamation Honoring
    Baroness Caroline Cox.

                PROCLAMATION HONORING BARONESS CAROLINE COX
    WHEREAS, Lady Cox, the Baroness of Queensbury in Greater London, champions and
    defends innocent victims who suffer under tolerance and oppression worldwide; and

    WHEREAS, coming from a family of medical professionals, Lady Cox pursued a career
    in nursing and became the director of the Nursing Education Research Unit at Britain's
    Chelsea College and the vice president of the Royal College of Nursing; and after a
    bout with tuberculosis earned degrees in sociology and economics; and

    WHEREAS, Lady Cox serves as the Deputy Speaker of Britain's House of Lords and is
    a Nobel Peace Prize Nominee for her advocacy of human rights; and

    WHEREAS, she has delivered medicine, food and other general supplies in 65 trips to

I   Armenia, 44 trips to Darfur, Sudan and visited China, North Korea, Burma, Thailand,
    Indonesia, India, Nepalm, East Timor to advocate human rights; and

    WHEREAS, Lady Cox was awarded the Polish Commander Cross of the Order of Merit,
    the highest honor granted to a foreigner for her assistance in dispatching over 300
    truckloads of medical supplies to Poland; and

    WHEREAS, her efforts to organize the first civil rights conference in the former Soviet
    Union helped lead a fact-finding visit to the country sponsored by Christian Solidarity
    International to investigate reports of the maltreatment and misdiagnosis of orphaned
    children; and

    WHEREAS, Lady Cox provided humanitarian relief to the beleaguered Armenian
    population of Nagorno-Karabkh under the sponsorship of Christian Solidarity
    International and carried news of the plight of the Armenians before the world
    community; and

    WHEREAS, awards bestowed upon her include the William Wilberforce Award, the
    Freedom Award Provo USA, the Fridtjof Nansen International Foundation Award, the
    International Mother Teresa Award for Humanitarian Work presented by the All India


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    Christian Council, and the Mkhitar Gosh Medal, Republic of Armenia, among others;
    and
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    April 14, 2008


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    WHEREAS, Lady Cox will tour the United States in May 2008 with several local stops
    from May 8 through May 11 in Wayne and Oakland County, including visits to
    Bloomfield Township and Birmingham.

    NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that this proclamation be presented to honor
    her worldwide humanitarian work which will be recognized by the British American
    Business Council of Michigan on May 9, 2008, at the Birmingham Country Club.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees joins the
    British American Business Council in honoring Lady Cox for her human rights advocacy
    and heartily supports her continued humanitarian efforts.

    AYES:        Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    PROCLAMATION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and


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    correct copy of a proclamation adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on
    April 14, 2008.

                                                            JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                            TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #4      Police Department - Live Scan Maintenance Agreement

    The maintenance agreement is for the Oakland County CLEMIS Live Scan electronic
    fingerprint equipment that was replaced at no charge to the Township. The agreement will
    cover any necessary service and/or repairs. The Township's attorney has reviewed the
    document and found it to be in order.

    A copy of the Live Scan Agreement is available in the Clerk's Office.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Live Scan Agreement
    between Oakland County and the Charter Township of Bloomfield.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to AUTHORIZE Dave Payne, Supervisor, to
    Sign the Agreement on Behalf of the Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees.


I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                 Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 14, 2008



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            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    14, 2008.

                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #5      Capital Building Program - Construction Contracts (Senior Center - Pkg
                 #2B)

    Tom Marschesano, Program Manager, Capital Building Program, and Dennis Smith, Project
    Manager, George W. Auch Company, made the presentation to award the second portion of
    the second bid package for the Senior Center and police parking lot. They recommended
    award of the contracts to the following contractors:

                                FBK Associates, Inc. - Carpentry
                           Royal Roofing Co. - Roofing & Sheet Metal

I                     FBH - Hollow Metal, Wood Doors, & Finish Hardware
                      Calvin & Company, Inc. - Aluminum, Glass & Glazing
                    ANM Construction Company, Inc. - Gypsum Board Systems
                        Central Ceiling & Partition, Inc. -Acoustical Work
                        B&B Pool Service & Supply Co. - Swimming Pool
                               Otis Elevator Company - Elevators
                                Mills Mechanical - Plumbing Work
                           Professional Sprinkler, Inc. - Fire Protection
                                CEI Electric Co. - Electrical Work

    MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Savoie to AWARD the Construction Contracts for the
    Senior Center and Police Parking Lot for Package #2B.

    AYES:        Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and


I   correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    14,2008.

                                                           JANET M. RONGELLI
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 14, 2008
    Page 5


I   ITEM #6      Approve Auction License for Academy of the Sacred Heart

    Clerk Roncelli advised the Board that this event occurred on Saturday, April 12, 2008,
    but this was the first time the Board had met since the applicant had submitted the
    required paperwork.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the Auction License for
    Academy of the Sacred Heart.

    AYES:        Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    14, 2008.

I                                                         JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7      Emergency Generator for Cable Studio

    The generator now utilized by the cable studio has limited ability for continuous
    operation during times of emergency. The new generator will provide 100 kilowatts of
    energy, as opposed to 5 kilowatts currently, to operate the building and broadcast
    studio.

    The scope of the project includes the generator and its installation. Recommendation
    was to award the project to the lowest qualified bid of $71,668.00 submitted by Electrex
    Company.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to AWARD the Contract for the
    Emergency Generator for the Cable Studio to Electrex Company.

    AYES:        Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie



I   NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 14, 2008
    Page 6


I   Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    14, 2008.

                                                                   JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                   TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #8      Award Bid for 2008 Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation

    Efforts have been made to reduce inflow and infiltration in the Township's sanitary sewer
    system. These efforts have been done in part to satisfy requirements by the Michigan
    Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ) and the Oakland County Drain
    Commissioner's (OCDC) office. Charring Cross Subdivision has been identified by the
    Township's Water and Engineering & Environmental Services Departments as an area in
    need of restoration and repair.

    Recommendation was to award the project to the lowest qualified bid of $94,248.00
    submitted by Lanzo Lining Services, Inc, which was also lower than the Township's
    estimate of $100,000.00.

I   The project will be completed in approximately three months.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Savoie to AWARD the Bid for the 2008 Sanitary
    Sewer Rehabilitation to Lanzo Lining Services, Inc.

    AYES:        Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    14, 2008.



                                                                   JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                   TOWNSHIP CLERK


I   ITEM #9      Award Bid for Telegraph Road Beautification Project - Phase 1

    Wayne Domine, Director of Engineering & Environmental, made the presentation.
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    Charter Township of Bloomfield
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    In 2004, the Bloomfield Township Board of Trustees approved a master plan to landscape
    the major intersections of Telegraph, Woodward and Square Lake Roads. The first project
    was completed in 2005 at Telegraph and Maple Roads. Trees were planted in the medians of
    Woodward Avenue, in 2006, to complete the second project. The third project, called the
    Telegraph Road Beautification Project Phase I, will be along Telegraph Road north of Square
    Lake Road. Target Companies and Costco Wholesale have donated money towards the
    plan. The work will begin in May and completed by June.

    Recommendation was to award the project to the lowest qualified bid of $58,371.66
    submitted by United Lawnscape, Inc. The Board voiced its concern regarding landscape
    maintenance. Domine responded that the bid submitted by United Lawnscape, Inc.
    includes a 12-month maintenance plan.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Devine to AWARD the bid for the Telegraph Road
    Beautification Project Phase I to United Lawnscape, Inc.

    AYES:        Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

I           I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    14, 2008.

                                                                JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #10     Gateway Sign Proposal

    Michael Dul, Landscape Architect, Michael Dul & Associates, Inc. made the presentation.

    Currently, there are no landmarks for Bloomfield Township and it is often times confused with
    other municipalities. The Township's identity could be strengthened with gateway signs
    around its perimeter. The first phase of this proposal will focus on the Township's primary
    entrance at Telegraph and 14 Mile Road. The cost of the project including the sign,
    landscaping, and irrigation will be $109,528.00. Gateway signs, which are similar but not as
    elaborate, will be installed at secondary entryways to the Township in the future.


I   Trustee Barnett commended all involved and Supervisor Payne recognized former Trustee
    Sherry Stefanes, as being instrumental in making this project a reality.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 14, 2008
    Page 8


I   MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Devine to APPROVE the Gateway Sign Proposal at
    Telegraph and 14 Mile Roads.

    AYES:         Barnett, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelii, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    14, 2008.

                                                                JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                                TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #11     Clerk's Office 2007 Annual Report

    Clerk Roncelii provided the Board with an overview of the Clerk's Office 2007 Annual Report.

I   ITEM #12     Approve Payroll and Vouchers

    MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Jamian to Approve Payroll and Vouchers for 4/14/08,
    A003067-A003130; B020211-B020475; and E002644-E002668 totaling $11,420,948.06.


    ITEM #13      Public Comment

    Gloria and Joseph Bonfiglio, 5008 Kingsgate Way, spoke to the Board regarding the
    condition of the Township's subdivision streets. Supervisor Payne explained that the
    Township maintains the streets, but Oakland County would need to be contacted by the
    subdivision for actual street replacement which neighborhood residents would pay for through
    a special assessment.

    ITEM #14     Adjourn to Closed Session - Update on Comcast Litigation

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to Adjourn to Closed Session to Discuss
    the Comcast litigation update.



I   Roll Call taken by Clerk Roncelii:

    Barnett -     yes
         Board of Trustees Meeting
         Charter Township of Bloomfield
         April 14, 2008
         Page 9


I        Jamian -
         Devine -
         Payne -
                      yes
                      yes
                      yes
         Roncelli -   yes
         Savoie -     yes




    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:             Police Department Monthly Report - March 2008
                                          Meridian Twp. Acknowledgement Letter



         Meeting adjourned at 9:27 p.m.

        Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
        399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
        minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.

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    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 28, 2008
    Page 1


I   PRESENT:
                            MINUTES - MONDAY, APRIL 28, 2008

                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 Also present, Attorney Mark Roberts

    ABSENT:      None

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    ITEM #1      Approved Board Minutes of April 14, 2008


    ITEM #2      Approve Auction License for St. Regis (May 3, 2008)

    The Clerk's office has received an application from St. Regis Catholic Church for an
    auction to be held May 3, 2008. The applicant also submitted an inventory list and
    surety bond for $18,800.00.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE the Auction License for St.
    Regis for May 3, 2008.

I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                 Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    28, 2008.

                                                            JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                            TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #3    Capital Building Program - Construction Contracts (Senior Center - Pkg
    #2C) (DPW Buildings/North Parking L o t - Pkg #1A)

    Tom Marschesano, Program Manager, Capital Building Program, and Dennis Smith, Project
    Manager, George W. Auch Company, made the presentation to award the third portion of the


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    second bid package for the Senior Center/Police Parking Lot and the first portion of the first
    bid package for the DPW Buildings/North Parking Lot. They recommended award of the
    contracts to the following contractors:

                                  Senior Center/Police Parking Lot
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    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 28, 2008
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I                           Simone Contracting Corporation - Concrete
                        State-Wide Caulking Company Inc. - Joint Sealants
                          Boston Tile & Terrazzo Company - Ceramic Tile
                              Floorcraft Floor Covering, Inc. - Flooring
                         Seven Brothers Painting - Performance Coatings
                         International Building Products, Inc.-Tackboards
                       Angers Equipment Company - Metal Toilet Partitions
                           Angers Equipment Company - Metal Lockers
                       Urban's Partition & Remodeling Co. - Operable Walls
                         Angers Equipment Company-Toilet Accessories
                                    Crawford Door Sales - Doors
                                 Rocket Enterprise Inc. - Flag Poles
                        Progressive Plumbing Supply - Projection Screens

                                 DPW Buildings/North Parking Lot
                             D&R Earthmoving - Site Work & Utilities
              Peterson Contractors Inc. - Rammed Aggregate Pier Soil Reinforcement
                        E.L.S. Construction, Inc. - Footings & Foundations
                             Valley Steel Company- Structural Steel


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                B.G. White Construction Company- Pre-Engineered Steel Building

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Buckley to AWARD the Construction Contracts for the
    Senior Center/Police Parking Lot (Package #2C).

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to AWARD the Construction Contracts for the
    DPW Buildings/North Parking Lot (Package #1A).

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    28, 2008.

                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK




I   ITEM #4      2007 Class "C" Liquor License Report
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 28, 2008
    Page 3


I   Police Captain Scott McCanham made the presentation. He advised the Board that officers
    had observed the operations of the businesses currently holding Class "C" Liquor Licenses in
    the Township and there were no violations at any of the establishments.

    A complete copy of the 2007 Class "C" Liquor License Report is available in the Clerk's
    Office.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to ACCEPT the 2007 Class "C" Liquor
    License Report.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    28, 2008.


I                                                              JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                               TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #5       Proposed Safety Path Millage Ballot Language

    This will be the third time that the safety path millage proposal will go before the voters for
    approval. The Board agreed that placing brackets in the first sentence before "which" and
    after "years" would make it less confusing.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Devine to APPROVE the Placement of the Brackets
    and the Language for the Safety Path Millage Renewal.

                              SAFETY PATH MILLAGE RENEWAL

    Shall the Charter Township of Bloomfield be authorized to renew the Safety Path
    Millage [which was approved on August 3, 2004 for up to 0.53 of one mill for a period of
    five (5) years] for an additional five (5) years commencing with the December 2009 levy,
    to fund a safety path program, including construction and maintenance of safety path
    and the acquisition of rights-of-way for such purpose? The original levy which was



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    approved in 1998 and renewed in 2004 was 0.53 of one mill and the existing millage
    rate is 0.4839 mills as a result of the Headlee Rollback. Approval of this proposal would
    permit a tax limitation levy of .4839 per $1,000.00 of taxable value on all taxable
    property in the Township. It is estimated that this proposal would result in the
    authorization to collect $1,910,562.00 in the first year if approved and fully levied.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    April 28, 2008
    Page 4


I   AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    28, 2008.

                                                            JANET M. RONCELLI
                                                            TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #6      Contractor Insurance Policy & Indemnity Requirements Resolution

    This resolution would allow the Township to require a uniform set of standards for
    insurance and indemnity requirements to be met by each independent contractor.

I   Trustee Jamian voiced his concern regarding which type of insurance should be
    required by the Township - claims or occurrence coverage. The Board agreed that the
    Township attorney should verify what are the standard and customary insurance
    requirements.

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Jamian to TABLE the Contractor Insurance
    Policy & Indemnity Requirements Resolution until Further Examination by the Township
    Attorney.

    Resolution Establishing Insurance Policy and Indemnity Requirements for a Party
      Entering into a Contract to Provide Services to or on Behalf of the Township

          WHEREAS, the Townships Act and the Charter Townships Act authorize the
    Township to enter into contracts necessary and convenient for the exercise of its
    corporate powers.

            WHEREAS, the Township desires to adopt standardized insurance policy
    guidelines and indemnity requirements for protection of the Township, its agents,
    officials and employees from liability for damages caused by acts and/or omissions of
    contractors hired by the Township to provide services to, or on behalf of, the Township.



I          WHEREAS, the services subject to this Resolution shall include, but are not
    limited to professional or consulting services and contracts for construction of
    improvements.
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I          WHEREAS, said policy limits and indemnity clauses may need to be modified, in
    some cases, to reasonably reflect the limits and types of damages that may be incurred
    in connection with a particular activity;

           WHEREAS, the types of policies or coverage required may need to be modified,
    in some cases, to reasonably cover the types of liability that may apply to a particular
    type of contractor or activity.

           NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Township Board of the Charter
    Township of Bloomfield hereby ratifies the proposed insurance policy and indemnity
    requirements to be applied at the time the Township, enters into a contract for services
    to be provided to or on behalf of the Township as follows:

       1. Professional Liability/Errors and Omissions Coverage, when applicable, as
          determined by the Township, in the minimum amount of one million ($1,000,000)
          Dollars, per occurrence and two million ($2,000,000) Dollars aggregate.

       2. Commercial General Liability policy in the minimum amount of one million
          ($1,000,000) dollars combined single limit per occurrence and aggregate,
          including contractual liability.

I      3. Comprehensive Automobile Liability policy to cover bodily injury and property
          damage arising out of ownership, maintenance or use of any motor vehicle
          owned, non-owned or hired vehicles in the minimum amount of one million
          ($1,000,000) dollars combined single limit per occurrence. No fault coverage
          complying with the statutory requirements of the State of Michigan is also
          required.

       4. Workers' Compensation Insurance including Employer's Liability to cover
          employee injuries or disease compensable under the Workers' Compensation
          statutes of the State of Michigan Employee's liability coverage shall be in the
          minimum amount of Five Hundred Thousand ($500,000) Dollars per occurrence.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the following additional requirements be
    addressed with respect to liability insurance policies:

       1. The insurance certificates shall provide that the Township is named as an
          additional insured and shall be notified upon discontinuance or alteration of any
          such insurance coverage for any reason.




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       2. Such insurance certificates minimum insurance protection amounts may be
          increased or decreased in amounts as set by resolution of the Township Board.

       3. The policies of insurance underlying the certificates shall provide for continuing
          liability under the policies to the full amount of the policies, notwithstanding any
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I         recovery under the policies, and that the insolvency or bankruptcy of the insured
          shall not release the company.

       4. The policies of insurance underlying the certificates shall further provide that it
          shall not be cancelled, surrendered or revoked by either party except after ten
          (10) days' written notice to the Township, furnished by the insurance company
          issuing the policy.

       5. The coverage to of the Township shall be primary and non-contributory.

       6. Prior to finalizing any contract for services, the Township shall be provided and
          shall review the insurance certificate for compliance with this Resolution.

    BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT contracts for services to be provided to or on
    behalf of the Township shall contain the following language, which may be modified only
    upon the review and approval of the Township Attorney:

          The Consultant/Contractor shall agree to indemnify, defend, and hold
          harmless the Township and the Township's agents, officials, and
          employees, from and against any and all claims, loss, liability, damages,

I         costs, and expenses, including, but not limited to, all reasonable fees and
          charges of attorneys, and other professional services, and other time and
          expenses incurred by the Township using its own staff and all court or
          other dispute resolution costs, that arise out of and to the extent caused
          by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the Consultant/Contractor, its
          agent, subcontractors, or employees, regardless of whether or not such
          claim, loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense is caused or contributed to,
          in part, by a party indemnified in the contract.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    28, 2008.

                                                              JANET M. RONCELLI


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    ITEM #7      Introduction of Ordinance 595, Precious Metal & Gem Dealers Ordinance
                 Amendment
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    Police Captain Scott McCanham made the presentation. The police department has received
    numerous inquiries from gem dealers and residents regarding Township requirements for a
    "Gold Party." This amendment, which includes an application, would enable the Township to
    monitor these parties on a local level. The amendment mirrors state law and is, in effect,
    adopting it. Attorney Roberts advised the Board that, currently, there is no regulation for this
    type of activity in the Township.

    The Board agreed that the following changes should be made to the ordinance and
    application:

    Ordinance Changes - Section 1 (a) - Delete, "...not conducting regular business in the
    Township, but....". Add, "Each dealer is limited to two (2) 24-hour certificates of registration
    per calendar year".

    Application Changes - Add - 1) Gem Dealer License Number 2) Expected Number of People
    Attending Event 3) Statement regarding Code of Ordinances Regulations for Signage.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to ACCEPT the Introduction of Ordinance
    595, Precious Metal and Gem Dealers Amendment with the Above Changes.

I                                  STATE OF MICHIGAN
                                  COUNTY OF OAKLAND
                            CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                                   ORDINANCE NO. 595

          AMENDMENT TO PRECIOUS METAL AND GEM DEALERS ORDINANCE
             AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 28, PRECIOUS METAL
              AND GEM DEALERS, TO ALLOW FOR THE ISSUANCE OF
                   A 24-HOUR CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION.

    THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD ORDAINS AS FOLLOWS:

                                  Section 1 of Ordinance
    Chapter 28, Precious Metal and Gem Dealers, is hereby amended to add Section 28-7
    as follows:

    Sec. 28-7. 24-Hour Certificate of Registration
          (a) A dealer seeking to conduct business in the Township for a single event at a
               single-family residence not owned or controlled by the dealer, shall apply to


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               the police department for a 24-hour certificate of registration, and pay a fee
               not to exceed $25.00 to cover the reasonable cost of processing and issuing
               the certificate of registration. Each dealer is limited to two (2) 24-hour
               certificates of registration per calendar year.
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I         (b) Except as otherwise addressed in this Section, a dealer requesting a 24-
              hour certificate of registration shall comply with the application requirements
              of Section 28-4, as modified by the following:
                 (1) The dealer is not required to submit proof of proper zoning or other
                     special exception permits.
                 (2) The dealer shall identify the address of the location where the event
                     will take place and shall submit proof of authorization from the property
                     owner of the property at which the event is to take place.
                 (3) The dealer shall identify the specific date and hours when the event
                     will take place.
          (c) A dealer requesting a 24-hour certificate of registration shall comply with all
              other requirements of Chapter 28.

                                   Section 2 of Ordinance
    Except as amended in this Ordinance, Chapter 28 of the Code of Ordinances of the
    Charter Township of Bloomfield shall remain in full force and effect.

                                    Section 3 of Ordinance
    If any provision of this Ordinance is held invalid, the invalidity does not affect other
    provisions that can be given effect without the invalid provision. All proceedings

I   pending and all rights and liabilities existing, acquired or incurred at the time this
    Ordinance takes effect are saved and may be consummated according to the law when
    they were commenced.

                                     Section 4 of Ordinance
    A summary of this Ordinance shall be published in accordance with the Charter
    Township of Bloomfield and this Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon
    publication in the manner prescribed by law.

                                         CERTIFICATION
          It is certified that the foregoing Ordinance was duly adopted by the Township
    Board of the Charter Township of Bloomfield at a meeting duly called and held on the
        day of                   , 2008.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of



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    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on April
    28, 2008.

                                                            JANET M. RONCELLI
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         Charter Township of Bloomfield
         April 28, 2008
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         ITEM #8      Approve Payroll & Vouchers

         MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Barnett to Approve Payroll and Vouchers for 4/28/08,
         A003131 - A003158; B020476 - B020647; and E002669 - E002682 totaling $6,529,345.03.


         ITEM #9      Public Comment

         The Board acknowledged two boy scouts from Troop 1022.

        Supervisor Payne read a proclamation honoring Clerk Roncelli and all Municipal Clerks
        for the services they perform. The Board proclaimed May 4 - 1 0 , 2008, Municipal Clerks
        Week.




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    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:             Changes to Zoning & Planning Act - Secrest Wardle Letter
                                          Quarterly Investment Report - Quarter ending 3/31/08
                                          Oakland County Board of Commissioner Resolution -
                                          Support for the "Stopped" Program
                                          Michigan Department of State Press Release -
                                          Protecting Voter Privacy
                                          Fire Dept Monthly Report - February 2008


         Meeting adjourned at 9:20 p.m.

         Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
         399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
         minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.



                                                         M. Roncelli, Bloomfield Township Clerk

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    May 12, 2008


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                            MINUTES - MONDAY, MAY 12, 2008

    PRESENT:     Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                 Also present, Attorney William Hampton

    ABSENT:      None

    Supervisor Payne welcomed the public and led the Pledge of Allegiance.

    ITEM #1      Approved Board Minutes of April 28, 2008


    ITEM #2      Capital Building Program - Construction Contracts (Senior Center and
                 Police Parking Lot - Pkg #2D) (DPW Buildings/North Parking L o t - Pkg
                 #1B)

    Presentation was made to award the fourth portion of the second bid package for the Senior
    Center/Police Parking Lot and the second portion of the first bid package for the DPW
    Buildings/North Parking Lot. It was recommended that award of the contracts be made to the


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    following contractors:

                                 Senior Center/Police Parking Lot
                                J.L. Geisler Corporation - Signage

                                 DPW Buildings/North Parking Lot
                            Nagle Paving Co. -Asphalt & Site Concrete
                              Charles F. Irish Co. Inc. - Landscaping
                                  Motor City Fence Co. - Fencing

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to AWARD the Construction Contracts for the
    Senior Center/Police Parking Lot (Package #2D) and the DPW Buildings/North Parking Lot
    (Package #1B).

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
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    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12,2008.

                                                          JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK
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    ITEM #3       Eagle Scout Proclamation

    Fire Marshall Mike McCully introduced John Deighton, the scouts in the audience and the
    project. McCully presented a plaque from the Bloomfield Township Fire Department to John
    for his accomplishment. Next, the Board of Trustees recognized John's many
    accomplishments in the following proclamation:

                           BLOOMFIELD TOWNSHIP RESOLUTION
                              John Deighton, EAGLE SCOUT

           WHEREAS, it has come to our attention that John Deighton has completed the
    requirements for the highest Boy Scout award, the rank of EAGLE SCOUT; and

           WHEREAS, to achieve EAGLE rank, a scout must earn at least 21 merit badges,
    complete a major community service project and pass a board of review by a national
    scouting representative; and

            WHEREAS, John has earned 36 merit badges and served as troop librarian and
    patrol leader; and

I         WHEREAS, John completed a major community service project by supervising
    and participating in the installation of a strip of reflective tape around 702 hydrants in
    Bloomfield Township; and

          WHEREAS, John completed the project over two weekends with 12 supply
    buckets and numerous volunteers; and

          WHEREAS, the placement of the reflective tape helps make Bloomfield
    Township a safer place to live by enabling the fire department to quickly identify the
    hydrants during nighttime responses.

           NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that Bloomfield Township recognizes
    the outstanding achievements of John Deighton. The Board of Trustees and Township
    residents do hereby extend to John our sincere CONGRATULATIONS.

            BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that we acknowledge John's Eagle Court of Honor
    that will be held on June 11, 2008.

    Dated this 12th day of May 2008



I                                                    Janet M. Roncelli, CMC
                                                     Bloomfield Township Clerk
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    May 12, 2008
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I   ITEM #4      PGA Championship Contract (and Resolution) Between Bloomfield
                 Township and the Oakland county Sheriffs Office

    Deputy Chief Geof Gaudard made the presentation. The PGA Championship contract
    between Bloomfield Township and the Oakland County Sheriff's Office is for the purpose of
    providing County Sheriff services and assistance to the Township for the PGA Championship
    scheduled for August 4 - 10, 2008. It is basically the same agreement as was used for the
    Ryder Cup in 2004, except there has been a modest increase in the insurance requirements.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Barnett to APPROVE the PGA Championship
    Contract and Resolution Between Bloomfield Township and the Oakland County
    Sheriff's Office.

                                         RESOLUTION

           WHEREAS, the Charter Township of Bloomfield Police Department has
    requested the assistance of the Oakland County Sheriff's Office for law enforcement
    services during the PGA Golf Championship; and

           WHEREAS, the Township and the Oakland County Sheriff's Office desire to

I   enter into a contract for the purpose of providing County Sheriff services and assistance
    to the Township in connection with the PGA Golf Championship Tournament scheduled
    for August 4 through 10, 2008 at the Oakland Hills Country Club; and

            WHEREAS, the parties have negotiated a mutually acceptable contract which is
    attached to this Resolution providing compensation to the Oakland County Sheriff's
    Office personnel who provide law enforcement duties related to the safety and security
    of the tournament participants.

            NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED AS FOLLOWS:

            1.   That the Township Board hereby approves the proposed Contract for
                 Auxiliary Sheriff's Deputy Services attached to this Resolution including
                 the compensation amounts as specified in said Contract.

            2.   That the Township Board authorizes the Supervisor and Clerk to sign the
                 attached Contract.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie

    NAYS:         None


I   RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    STATE OF MICHIGAN                 )
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    COUNTY OF OAKLAND                 )

           I, Janet Roncelli, the duly qualified Clerk of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    Oakland County, Michigan, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete
    copy of a Resolution adopted by Township Board of the Charter Township of Bloomfield
    on the 12th day of May 2008, the original of which is in my office.


                                                              JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                              TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #5      Police Department 2007 Annual Report

    Police Chief Kirt Bowden highlighted the achievements of the Police Department in 2007 for
    the Board.


    ITEM #6      Consider Adoption of Ordinance 595, Precious Metal & Gem Dealers
                 Amendment and Resolution

I   MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Barnett to ADOPT Ordinance 595, Precious
    Metal & Gem Dealers Amendment.

                                  STATE OF MICHIGAN
                                 COUNTY OF OAKLAND
                           CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD

                            ORDINANCE NO. 595
         AMENDMENT TO PRECIOUS METAL AND GEM DEALERS ORDINANCE

               AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND CHAPTER 28, PRECIOUS METAL
                AND GEM DEALERS, TO ALLOW FOR THE ISSUANCE OF
                     A 24-HOUR CERTIFICATE OF REGISTRATION.

    THE CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD ORDAINS AS FOLLOWS:

                                     Section 1 of Ordinance

    Chapter 28, Precious Metal and Gem Dealers, is hereby amended to add Section 28-7


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    Sec. 28-7. 24-Hour Certificate of Registration
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            (a) A dealer seeking to conduct business in the Township for a single event at a
                single-family residence not owned or controlled by the dealer, shall apply to
                the police department for a 24-hour certificate of registration, and pay a fee
                not to exceed $25.00 to cover the reasonable cost of processing and issuing
                the certificate of registration. Each dealer is limited to two (2) 24-hour
                certificates of registration per calendar year.

            (b) Except as otherwise addressed in this Section, a dealer requesting a 24-
                hour certificate of registration shall comply with the application requirements
                of Section 28-4, as modified by the following:

                  (1) The dealer is not required to submit proof of proper zoning or other
                      special exception permits.

                  (2) The dealer shall identify the address of the location where the event
                      will take place and shall submit proof of authorization from the property
                      owner of the property at which the event is to take place.

                  (3) The dealer shall identify the specific date and hours when the event


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                      will take place.

            (c) A dealer requesting a 24-hour certificate of registration shall comply with all
                other requirements of Chapter 28.

                                      Section 2 of Ordinance

    Except as amended in this Ordinance, Chapter 28 of the Code of Ordinances of the
    Charter Township of Bloomfield shall remain in full force and effect.

                                      Section 3 of Ordinance

    If any provision of this Ordinance is held invalid, the invalidity does not affect other
    provisions that can be given effect without the invalid provision. All proceedings
    pending and all rights and liabilities existing, acquired or incurred at the time this
    Ordinance takes effect are saved and may be consummated according to the law when
    they were commenced.

                                      Section 4 of Ordinance

    A summary of this Ordinance shall be published in accordance with the Charter


I   Township of Bloomfield and this Ordinance shall become effective immediately upon
    publication in the manner prescribed by law.

    AYES:
    NAYS:
                   Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                   None
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    ORDINANCE DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of an ordinance adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12, 2008.

                                                             JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                             TOWNSHIP CLERK

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Resolution for
    Ordinance 595.


                         RESOLUTION SETTING GEM DEALER FEES

           WHEREAS, the Bloomfield Township Precious Metals and Gem Dealers
    Ordinance, Chapter 28 of the Bloomfield Township Code of Ordinances, requires Gem


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    Dealers to pay fees for registration with the Township, and fees for annual renewal of
    licenses; and

          WHEREAS, the Township Board has adopted a schedule of license/registration
    fees pursuant to the Ordinance; and

           WHEREAS, the Township Board desires to adopt this Resolution to update
    certain fees to an amount that reflects costs incurred by the Township for processing
    registration and license renewal,

    NOW, THEREFORE, IT IS HEREBY RESOLVED that the Bloomfield Township Board of
    Trustees does hereby adopt the rate and fee schedule attached hereto as Schedule A,
    effective May 12,2008.

                                          SCHEDULE A

                                          Fee Schedule

    •   Application and license fee for 1-year: $50.00 per each licensed establishment.

    •   Renewal fee for 1-year and each successive 1-year period: $25.00 per each


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        licensed establishment.

        Application and license fee for 24-hour Certificate of Registration: $25.00 per each
        single event location.
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I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                  Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12,2008.

                                                              JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                              TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #7      Introduction of Ordinance 596, Add Residential Retaining Wall and
                 Swimming Pool Fence Regulations (Zoning amendment) and 597,
                 Buildings and Building Regulations to Amend the Swimming Pool Fence
                 Regulations


I   MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Savoie to ACCEPT the Introduction of Ordinance
    596, Add Residential Retaining Wall and Swimming Pool Fence Regulations (Zoning
    Amendment) AND Ordinance 597, Buildings and Building Regulations to Amend the
    Swimming Pool Fence Regulations.

                           CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                                 COUNTY OF OAKLAND
                                  STATE OF MICHIGAN

                                     ORDINANCE NO. 596

      AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF BLOOMFIELD
    TOWNSHIP, CHAPTER 42, ZONING TO ADD RESIDENTIAL RETAINING WALL AND
                   SWIMMING POOL FENCE REGULATIONS

                         THE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD ORDAINS:

    Section 1 Article I, In General, Section 42-3 Definitions, of the Bloomfield Charter
    Township Code, is hereby amended to read as follows:

    Retaining Wall - A wall built to retain a mass of earth, and designed to resist lateral soil
    loads and surcharge loads. Landscape materials installed for the purpose of defining



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    Section 2. Article IV, Supplementary Regulations, Section 42-566 residential fence
    regulations, of the Bloomfield Charter Township Code, is hereby amended to read as
    follows:
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I   Sec. 42-566. Residential fence and retaining wall regulations.

    Fences and retaining walls are permitted, or required subject to the following:

    (1) Fences on all lots of record in all residential districts which enclose property and/or
    are within a required side or rear yard, shall not exceed four feet in height, measured
    from the surface of the ground, and shall not extend to the front of the lot nearer than
    the front of the house. Those side yards that have a common street line with front yards
    on the same block shall be treated as front yards and shall not have a fence constructed
    within the minimum setback of 40 feet.

    (2) Fences on all lots of record in all residential districts which serve as architectural or
    decorative landscaping, and are not used to enclose property, may be erected in any
    rear yard and in those areas of a front or side yard which exceed the minimum
    requirements as specified in section 42-527, subject to approval of the board of
    appeals.

    (3) Architectural fences shall be attached to the principal use structure and shall, when
    placed in the side or front yard be of the same material which makes up the major
    portion of that facade to which attached.

I   (4) Decorative landscaping fences may be freestanding and may be used to obscure a
    private area from view from beyond the lot line. If used in this manner they shall not be
    continuous so as to enclose more than 50 percent of the lineal length of any yard. The
    height of said fence shall not exceed four feet, measured from the surface of the
    ground.

    (5) Fences on lots of record shall not contain barbed wire, electric current or charge of
    electricity.

    (6) Fences which enclose public or institutional parks, playgrounds, or public
    landscaped areas, situated within an area developed with recorded lots shall not exceed
    eight feet in height, measured from the surface of the ground, and shall not obstruct
    vision to an extent greater than 25 percent of their total area.

    (7) The board of appeals may, upon application by the property owner, modify the
    height of the fence, which is intended to enclose property, and is within a required yard,
    subject to the following conditions, to-wit:

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           the ground;
           b. The modification shall not obstruct the light and air of any neighboring
           residence;
           c. The modified fence shall not be built in any side yard (see definition in section
           42-3);
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I          d. The modified fence shall be required to offer privacy for a patio, terrace or
           similar private areas, and act as a protective barrier for a swimming pool as
           required in section 10-228.

    (8) The board of appeals shall be furnished with photographs clearly portraying the area
    to be fenced, as well as the abutting properties affected.

    (9) In those instances wherein a one-family residential lot has a front, side or rear yard
    relationship with a major thoroughfare, the board of appeals may permit the construction
    of a wall along the major thoroughfare when the following conditions are met:

          a. The wall shall be located along the common line formed by the lot line and
          the major thoroughfare right-of-way as defined on the county major thoroughfare
          plan.
          b. The wall height shall be established by the board of appeals and in no
          instance shall it be greater than six feet in height, as measured from the adjacent
          centerline elevation of the road.
          c. The wall shall be constructed of a permanent material similar to that used on
          the exterior wall of the house it obscures from the road, and shall be compatible
          with adjacent houses, in both material used and in color.

I         d. The wall shall be designed so as to enable convenient extension and
          continuity along the road right-of-way and lot lines of adjacent residences.
          e. The wall shall not penetrate a front or side yard setback line created by a
          street intersecting said major thoroughfare. This line shall be determined by
          extending it parallel to the street to the point of intersection with the major
          thoroughfare right-of-way.
          f. Complete working drawings of the proposed wall as to location, height,
          material and color shall be submitted to the board of appeals for final approval
          prior to the seeking of a building permit.
          g. The board of appeals shall further make the determination that a wall will not
          create any hazards with reference to the obscuring of vision between residential
          driveways and the intersecting thoroughfare.

    (10) Retaining walls are permitted in residential districts subject to the following:

           a. The retaining walls shall not adversely impact drainage conditions onto
           adjacent properties.
           b. Retaining walls are prohibited in a designated drainage course, easement,
           wetland or floodplain.
           c. Retaining walls shall be designed in accordance with the current edition of the
           building code. Based on the scope of the project, sealed grading and/or site


I          plans by a licensed design professional may be required as determined by the
           building official, if required, in addition to wall locations, the plan shall contain a
           typical section detail consisting of top and bottom of wall elevations, the type of
           construction material being used, the locations of drainage patterns, and the type
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 10


I         and locations for erosion control measures. A soil fill permit may be required if
          the proposed retaining wall is not part of a building permit application.
          d. A landscape plan shall be submitted that identifies the size and species of
          plantings to screen the retaining walls. Retaining walls shall be screened with
          landscape plantings to consist of at least 75% evergreen plantings.
          e. The location of retaining walls shall conform with the following specifications:
          (illus.)
               i. If located less than eight (8) feet from a property line, the wall shall not
               exceed two (2) feet in height above the lowest adjacent grade level.
               ii. If located more than eight (8) feet from a property line, the wall shall not
               exceed four (4) feet in height above the lowest adjacent grade level.
               iii. Tiered walls having a horizontal separation of less than eight (8) feet shall
               be reviewed as one (1) wall, and shall not exceed four (4) feet in combined
               height.
               iv. Tiered walls having a horizontal separation of eight (8) feet or more are
               permitted but may not exceed four (4) feet in height individually.
               v. The distance from each retaining wall is measured from face of retaining
               wall to the face of the next retaining wall.
          f. Any retaining walls that are only visible from the interior of the lot are excluded
          from these provisions.

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           LANDSCAPE PLAN IS REQUIRED
           IDENTIFYING EVERGREEN PLANTINGS FOR
           MULTIPLE TIERED RETAINING WALLS IN
           EXECESS OF 4-0" IN COMBINED HEIGHT.




                                    16-0" SETBACK




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    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 11


I           4-0" MAXIMUM COMBINED RETAINING
            WALL HEIGHTS ALLOWED WITHIN
            SETBACK




                                8-0"
                       ONLY 2'.0" HIGH                 ADDITIONAL 2'.0" HIGH
                       RETAINING WALLS                 RETAINING WALLS
                       ALLOWED WITH IN THIS            ALLOWED WITH IN THIS
                       AREA                            AREA




I           ALLOWABLE LOCATION FOR SINGLE
            4'-0" HIGH RETAINING WALL WITHIN
            SETBACK
                                                         4'-0" HIGH RETAINING
                                                         WALL ALLOWED
                                                         ANY LOCATION
                                                         WITHIN THIS AREA




    (11) Fences for swimming pools shall be in compliance with the provisions as specified
    in section 10-228.

    Section 3. Repealer.
           All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to


I   the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect.

    Section 4. Savings.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfieid
    May 12, 2008
    Page 12


I           All proceedings pending and all rights and liabilities existing, acquired or incurred
    at the time this Ordinance takes effect, are saved and may be consummated according
    to the law when they were commenced.

    Section 5. Severabilitv.

           If any section, clause or provision of this Ordinance shall be declared to be
    unconstitutional, void, illegal or ineffective by any Court of competent jurisdiction, such
    section, clause or provision declared to be unconstitutional, void or illegal shall thereby
    cease to be a part of this Ordinance, but the remainder of this Ordinance shall stand
    and be in full force and effect.

    Section 6. Effective Date,

          The provisions of this Ordinance are hereby ordered to take effect immediately
    upon publication in the manner prescribed by law.

    Section 7. Adoption.
           This Ordinance is hereby declared to have been adopted by the Township Board
    of the Charter Township of Bloomfieid at a meeting thereof duly called and held on the
          day of              , 2008, and ordered to be given publication in the manner
    prescribed by law.

I   AYES:
    NAYS:
                  Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
                  None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfieid, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12, 2008.

                                                               JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                               TOWNSHIP CLERK


                               CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD
                                     COUNTY OF OAKLAND
                                      STATE OF MICHIGAN

                                      ORDINANCE NO. 597

      AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CODE OF ORDINANCES OF BLOOMFIELD


I   TOWNSHIP, CHAPTER 10, BUILDINGS AND BUILDING REGULATIONS, TO AMEND
                  THE SWIMMING POOL FENCE REGULATIONS

                           THE TOWNSHIP OF BLOOMFIELD ORDAINS:
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfieid
    May 12, 2008
    Page 13


I   Section 1 Article VIII, Swimming pools, Section 10-228 Safety requirements and
    location of pools, of the Bloomfieid Charter Township Code, is hereby amended to read
    as follows:

    Sec. 10-228. Safety requirements and location of pools.

    For the protection of persons, all swimming pools, prior to being filled and thereafter
    shall be completely enclosed by a wall or fence four feet in height. Fences that are of
    "picket" or "decorative" types shall be allowed to be a maximum of 54" in height from the
    adjacent grade or walking surface, (see illus.). A wall shall be of brick or masonry and a
    fence shall be of the so-called chain link type or equivalent. All openings in any such
    wall or fence shall be equipped with gates, which can be securely locked; said gates
    shall be locked when pool is unattended. During construction, a temporary fence shall
    be placed around the area of construction at all times. No swimming pool or any part
    thereof shall be installed in any yard as defined in the zoning ordinance except in the
    required rear yard and shall be located not closer than 16 feet to the rear and side
    property lines nor shall any swimming pool or part thereof be installed within any public
    utility easement. Pools two feet or less in depth are exempt from the wall and fence
    requirements.

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    May 12, 2008
    Page 14


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    Section 2. Repealer.

           All Ordinances or parts of Ordinances in conflict herewith are hereby repealed only to
    the extent necessary to give this Ordinance full force and effect.

    Section 3. Savings.

            All proceedings pending and all rights and liabilities existing, acquired or incurred
    at the time this Ordinance takes effect, are saved and may be consummated according
    to the law when they were commenced.



I   Section 4. Severability.

           If any section, clause or provision of this Ordinance shall be declared to be
    unconstitutional, void, illegal or ineffective by any Court of competent jurisdiction, such
    section, clause or provision declared to be unconstitutional, void or illegal shall thereby
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 15


I   cease to be a part of this Ordinance, but the remainder of this Ordinance shall stand
    and be in full force and effect.

    Section 5. Effective Date.

          The provisions of this Ordinance are hereby ordered to take effect immediately
    upon publication in the manner prescribed by law.

    Section 6. Adoption.

           This Ordinance is hereby declared to have been adopted by the Township Board
    of the Charter Township of Bloomfield at a meeting thereof duly called and held on the
          day of              , 2008, and ordered to be given publication in the manner
    prescribed by law.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and

I   correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12, 2008.

                                                          JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                          TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #8      Consider Approval of a Final Site Plan/Special Use Permit for the Fox Hills
                 Community Association Pool Complex, Fox Hills Subdivision

    The Fox Hills Subdivision Association applied for a special use permit in June 2007 so
    that a swim club could utilize the neighborhood pool. At that time, the Township Board
    approved a one-year approval for the 2007 swim season. Pamela Gaboury, Fox Hills
    Swim Team Parent Representative, spoke to the Board regarding project concerns from
    last year.

    It was recommended that the Board approve the special use permit application, subject
    to the following conditions:
        1) Ten-year approval for the Fox Hills Swim Club with annual payment of the permit
            fee subject to compliance with all conditions of approval.


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        2) New petition must be completed in 2009 (with new signatures) which states
            approval of the permit will be for nine additional years.
        3) Adherence to the applicant's revised submitted parking policy to adequately
            address the increase in traffic and parking demands during swim club events.
        4) Allow the inclusion of a maximum of 15 nonresident swimmers each year.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 16


I      5) Comply with the Township Departmental comments and adherence with all
          Police and Fire Department requirements.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to APPROVE the Special Use Permit
    for the Fox Hills Swim Club Contingent Upon the Five Conditions Noted Above.

    AYES:         Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:         None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12,2008.

                                                             JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                             TOWNSHIP CLERK




I   ITEM #9      Agreement for Consultant Service - Log Cabin Relocation Project -
                 Hopkins Burns Design Studio

    Mr. and Mrs. Hakim, 1504 Goddard Court, are attempting to coordinate the removal of the
    historic log cabin located on this parcel of land. Bloomfield Township has been working with
    Preservation Bloomfield, Bloomfield Hills School District and the property owners to assist in
    the relocation.

    The Township contacted Gene Hopkins, FAIA, Hopkins Burns Design Studio, to assess the
    condition of the log cabin structure for the purpose of moving it to the Bowers School Farm
    property. Hopkins has prepared a proposal for professional services, which totals $40,014.00.
    If it is determined that the roof and fireplace need to be replaced, once the structure is
    moved, then the total would increase to $48,830.00. The total project estimate prepared by
    Hopkins ranges from $118,014.00 to $178,830.00.

    There were three agreements prepared and found to be satisfactory by the Township
    attorney and the Board agreed to move forward with the project if the agreements are signed
    in the following order:
        1) An agreement by the Hakims to donate the log cabin to Bloomfield Township and
            grant permission to move the structure from the property. A commemorative plaque



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            will be put on display in acknowledgement of the gift.
        2) An agreement that the Township will incur the initial costs associated with the
            relocation project to be reimbursed by Bloomfield Preservation, who will accept
            responsibility for the cabin once it is moved.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 17


I      3) An agreement for Consultant Services between Hopkins Burns Design Studio and the
          Township.

    MOTION by Jamian and SUPPORT by Buckley to AUTHORIZE Dave Payne, Township
    Supervisor, to Sign Agreement #1.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Roncelli to AUTHORIZE Dave Payne, Township
    Supervisor, to Sign Agreement #2.

    MOTION by Savoie and SUPPORT by Roncelli to AUTHORIZE Dave Payne, Township
    Supervisor, to Sign Agreement #3.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.
            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May

I   12,2008.

                                                            JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                            TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #10     Award Contract for 2008 Safety Paths

    Construction to complete the balance of the 2007 contract for paths on Lahser Road, 14
    Mile Road, Gilbert Lake Road and Quarton Road will resume this month. Also, the
    removal and reconstruction of the path on Long Lake Road from Andover Road to the
    West Bloomfield Township border as well as new paths constructed on Franklin Road,
    Telegraph Road, Square Lake Road, Wing Lake Road, 14 Mile Road and Squirrel Road
    will begin.

    Bids for these projects were received on April 30, 2008. It was recommended that
    award of the bid be given to Italia Construction, Inc. whose bid of $1,243,755.00 was
    the lowest.

    MOTION by Devine and SUPPORT by Buckley to AWARD the Contract for the 2008



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    Safety Paths to Italia Construction, Inc. in the amount of $1,243,755.00.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 18


I   RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12,2008.

                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #11     Award Contract for 2008 Concrete Repair Program

    The Concrete Repair Program consists of removing and replacing sections of road,
    sidewalk and safety paths that are in disrepair. For 2008, concrete road repair, as
    prioritized by the Township's Road Department, will occur in the subdivisions of Adams
    Woods, Bloomfield Crossings, Bennington Green and Wabeek Ridge. Sidewalk repairs
    are scheduled for Bloomfield Village from Lahser Road to Covington Road and Bradway
    Boulevard to Quarton Road.


I   Bids for this project were received on April 30, 2008. It was recommended that award of
    the bid be given to Viking Construction whose bid of $497,599.00 ($274,324.00 - road
    repair, $223,275.00 - sidewalk repair) was the lowest.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Buckley to AWARD the Contract for the 2008
    Concrete Repair Program to Viking Construction in the amount of $497,599.00.

    AYES:        Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamian, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:        None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

            I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield, County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and
    correct copy of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May
    12,2008.

                                                           JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                           TOWNSHIP CLERK




I   ITEM #12     Contractor Insurance Policy and Indemnity Requirements Resolution
                 (Revised)
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 19


I   MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT by Roncelli to REMOVE the Contractor Insurance Policy
    and Indemnity Requirements Resolution from the Table.

    MOTION by Barnett and SUPPORT by Jamian to APPROVE the Revised Contractor
    Insurance Policy and Indemnity Requirements Resolution.

    Resolution Establishing Insurance Policy and indemnity Requirements for a Party
      Entering into a Contract to Provide Services to or on Behalf of the Township

          WHEREAS, the Townships Act and the Charter Townships Act authorize the
    Township to enter into contracts necessary and convenient for the exercise of its
    corporate powers.

             WHEREAS, the Township desires to adopt standardized insurance policy
    guidelines and indemnity requirements for protection of the Township, its agents,
    officials and employees from liability for damages caused by acts and/or omissions of
    contractors hired by the Township to provide services to, or on behalf of, the Township.

           WHEREAS, the services subject to this Resolution shall include, but are not
    limited to professional or consulting services and contracts for construction of

I   improvements.

           WHEREAS, said policy limits and indemnity clauses may need to be modified, in
    some cases, to reasonably reflect the limits and types of damages that may be incurred
    in connection with a particular activity;

           WHEREAS, the types of policies or coverage required may need to be modified,
    in some cases, to reasonably cover the types of liability that may apply to a particular
    type of contractor or activity.

           NOW, THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED, that the Township Board of the Charter
    Township of Bloomfield hereby ratifies the proposed insurance policy and indemnity
    requirements to be applied at the time the Township, enters into a contract for services
    to be provided to or on behalf of the Township as follows:

           1.    Professional Liability/Errors and Omissions Coverage, when applicable, as
                 determined by the Township, in the minimum amount of one million
                 ($1,000,000) Dollars, per occurrence and two million ($2,000,000) Dollars
                 aggregate.




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           2.    Commercial General Liability policy in the minimum amount of one million
                 ($1,000,000) dollars combined single limit per occurrence and aggregate,
                 including contractual liability.
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 20


I         3.     Comprehensive Automobile Liability policy to cover bodily injury and
                 property damage arising out of ownership, maintenance or use of any
                 motor vehicle owned, non-owned or hired vehicles in the minimum amount
                 of one million ($1,000,000) dollars combined single limit per occurrence.
                 No fault coverage complying with the statutory requirements of the State
                 of Michigan is also required.

          4.     Workers' Compensation Insurance including Employer's Liability to cover
                 employee injuries or disease compensable under the Workers'
                 Compensation statutes of the State of Michigan Employee's liability
                 coverage shall be in the minimum amount of Five Hundred Thousand
                 ($500,000) Dollars per occurrence.

          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT the following additional requirements be
    addressed with respect to liability insurance policies:

       1. The insurance certificates shall provide that the Township is named as an
          additional insured and shall be notified upon discontinuance or alteration of any
          such insurance coverage for any reason.


I      2. Such insurance certificates minimum insurance protection amounts may be
          increased or decreased in amounts as set by resolution of the Township Board.

       3. The policies of insurance underlying the certificates shall provide for continuing
          liability under the policies to the full amount of the policies, notwithstanding any
          recovery under the policies, and that the insolvency or bankruptcy of the insured
          shall not release the company.

       4. The policies of insurance underlying the certificates shall further provide that it
          shall not be cancelled, surrendered or revoked by either party except after ten
          (10) days' written notice to the Township, furnished by the insurance company
          issuing the policy.

       5. The coverage to of the Township shall be primary and non-contributory.

       6. The coverage shall be written on an "occurrence basis" and not a "claims-made
          basis."

       7. Prior to finalizing any contract for services, the Township shall be provided and
          shall review the insurance certificate for compliance with this Resolution.


I          BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED THAT contracts for services to be provided to or
    on behalf of the Township shall contain the following language, which may be modified
    only upon the review and approval of the Township Attorney:
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 21


I                   The Consultant/Contractor shall agree to indemnify, defend, and
            hold harmless the Township and the Township's agents, officials, and
            employees, from and against any and all claims, loss, liability, damages,
            costs, and expenses, including, but not limited to, all reasonable fees and
            charges of attorneys, and other professional services, and other time and
            expenses incurred by the Township using its own staff and ail court or
            other dispute resolution costs, that arise out of and to the extent caused
            by the negligent acts, errors or omissions of the Consultant/Contractor, its
            agent, subcontractors, or employees, regardless of whether or not such
            claim, loss, liability, damage, cost, or expense is caused or contributed to,
            in part, by a party indemnified in the contract.


    AYES:          Barnett, Buckley, Devine, Jamiah, Payne, Roncelli, Savoie
    NAYS:          None

    RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

    STATE OF MICHIGAN                  )
                                       ) ss.

I   COUNTY OF OAKLAND                  )

          I, Janet Roncelli, the duly qualified Clerk of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
    Oakland County, Michigan, do hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and complete
    copy of a Resolution adopted by the Township Board of the Charter Township of
    Bloomfield on the 12th day of May 2008, the original of which is in my office.


                                                              JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                              TOWNSHIP CLERK


    ITEM #13       Approve Resolution for RCOC's Traffic Control Order Nos. YS 113-3-74
                   Revision #1 and SS 572-03-08, Installation of Stop and Yield Signs in
                   Bloomfield's Fox Hills Subdivision

    MOTION by Buckley and SUPPORT.by Roncelli to APPROVE RCOC's Traffic Control Order
    Nos. YS 113-3-74 Revision #1 and SS 572-03-08.

                                           RESOLUTION



I         WHEREAS, Oakland County has approved Traffic Control Order Nos., YS 113-3-
    74, Revision #1 and SS 572-03-08; and
         Board of Trustees Meeting
         Charter Township of Bloomfield
         May 12, 2008
         Page 22


I              WHEREAS, the approval pertains to the installation of stop and yield signs in
         Bloomfield's Fox Hills Subdivision in Bloomfield Township.

               NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Bloomfield Township Board of
         Trustees approves the Traffic Control Order at this location.

         RESOLUTION DECLARED ADOPTED.

         I, JANET M. RONCELLI, TOWNSHIP CLERK of the Charter Township of Bloomfield,
         County of Oakland, Michigan, do hereby certify the foregoing is a true and correct copy
         of a resolution adopted by the Board at their regular meeting held on May 12, 2008.


                                                                  JANET M. RONCELLI, CMC
                                                                  TOWNSHIP CLERK


         ITEM #14     Approve Payroll and Vouchers

         MOTION by Roncelli and SUPPORT by Barnett to Approve Payroll and Vouchers for 5/12/08,

I        A003159 - A003193; B020648 - B020817; and E002683 - E002693 totaling $1,286,545.60.


         ITEM #15     Public Comment

         Michelle Haw, 432 Weybridge Dr., and Dennis Scheiber, 524 Sedgefield Dr., spoke to the
         Board regarding agenda item #8.


    TABLED ITEMS:                         Contractor Insurance Policy and Indemnity Requirements
                                          Resolution


    INCLUDED IN BOARD PACKET:             Fire Department Monthly Report - March 2008

                                          Police Department Monthly Report-April 2008

                                          Secrest Wardle Letter - Charter Township of
                                          Bloomfield v Franklin Christian Preschool, et al
                                          Consent Judgment



I                                         Secrest Wardle Letter- Comcast Litigation Update

                                          Capital Building Program - Financial Report
    Board of Trustees Meeting
    Charter Township of Bloomfield
    May 12, 2008
    Page 23


I   Meeting adjourned at 9:35 p.m.

    Per the Michigan Township Association Record Retention General Schedule #10, MCL
    399.5, the audio recordings of Board minutes will be destroyed upon approval of the written
    minutes of the meeting to which the tapes refer.



                                              Mnet M. Roncelli, Bloomfield Township Clerk

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