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                      AGENDA – CITY COUNCIL MEETING
                                         May 24, 2011
                                          7:00 p.m.


1.   Call to Order.

2.   Pledge of Allegiance – Invocation by Daniel P. Greer, 3rd Ward City Councilmember.

3.   Roll Call.

4.   Adoption of Agenda.

5.   Citizen Comments. (3-Minute Limit)

6.   Presentations/Proclamations.

7.   Consent Calendar.
     A.    Approval of the minutes of the regular City Council meeting of May 10, 2011, and
           special meeting minutes for May 11, and 12, 2011.
     B.    Approval of City license renewals for the year ending April 30, 2012, in accordance with
           the recommendation of the City Clerk.
     C.    Approval of the payment of the Region 2 Planning Commission invoice in the amount of
           $10,863.17 for planning services for the month of April 2011, in accordance with the
           recommendation of the City Manager.
     D.    Approval of the request from the City Planning Commission to rezone several city- and
           state-owned properties on the west side of Cooper Street to C-3 (central commercial)
           from I-2 (general industrial) and 211 S. Cooper and the properties that comprise the
           AMTRAK station to C-4 (general commercial) from I-2 (general industrial).
     E.    Approval of the request from Bella Notte Ristorante for temporary authorization from the
           Liquor Control Commission to serve at the live music concerts (Jammin’ in Jackson) on
           June 9, June 23, July 7, July 21, August 4, and August 25, 2011, in Bucky Harris Park.
           (Proper insurance coverage received. Contingent upon department approvals.)
     F.    Approval of the request from the Downtown Development Authority to conduct Jammin’
           in Jackson at Bucky Harris Park on the following Thursday evenings: June 9th, June 23rd,
           July 7th, July 21st, August 4th, and August 25, 2011, from 5:00 to 7:00 p.m.
           (Recommended approval received from the Police, Fire, Parks/Forestry, Public Works,
           and Engineering Departments, and the Downtown Development Authority. Insurance is
           covered under the City of Jackson.)
     G.    Approval of the request from P&T Fitness to conduct the 3rd Annual Mick Webster
           Memorial Ride starting downtown and continuing throughout the county on Saturday,
           July 23, 2011, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m., with street closures and police assistance
           requested. (Recommended approval received from the Police, Fire, Parks/Forestry,
           Public Works, and Engineering Departments, and the Downtown Development
           Authority. Contingent upon receipt of proper insurance coverage.)
      H.     Approval of the request from the Interim Deputy Fire Chief to approve a Service Line
             Agreement between Allegiance Health and the City of Jackson Fire Department, to
             participate in the, “It’s Your Life” health management program, at a cost of $145 per
             employee, as required within the current Labor Agreement with the Professional Fire
             Fighters Union.
      I.     Approval of the request from the City Engineer/Director of Public Works to amend the
             contract with Tetra Tech in the lump sum amount of $24,500.00, for preparation of a
             proposed storm water management manual, and authorization for the City Manager and
             City Engineer/Director of Public Works to execute the appropriate document(s).
      J.     Approval of the request to award contracts to the listed low bidders for the purchase of
             bulk chemical treatment supplies for the Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants for
             fiscal year 2011-2012, and authorization for the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the
             appropriate contract document(s), in accordance with the recommendation of the City
             Engineer/Director of Public Works, and the Utility Director.
      K.     Receipt of the Dangerous Building Report through April 30, 2011.
      L.     Receipt of the CDBG and HOME Financial Summaries Report through April 30, 2011.
      M.     Receipt of the City of Jackson’s summary of revenue and expenditures for ten (10)
             months ended, April 30, 2011.
      N.     Receipt of a petition filed by Target Corporation with the Michigan Tax Tribunal and
             referral to the City Assessor and City Attorney for appropriate action.
      O.     Referral of an application to the City Planning Commission from Greater Bible Way
             Temple to rezone property located at 334 Jefferson, from R-1 to R-3.
      P.     Referral of an application to the City Planning Commission from Frances Keane (House
             of New Beginnings, Inc.) to rezone property located at 511 S. Jackson Street, from C-3 to
             R-4.

8.    Committee Reports.
      A.   Receipt of the Rules and Personnel Committee Report.

9.    Appointments.
      A.    Approval of the Mayor’s recommendation to reappoint S. Bradford Williams and Steven
            Duke to the Local Development Finance Authority/Brownfield Redevelopment Authority
            for a four-year term each beginning June 4, 2011, and ending June 3, 2015.
      B.    Approval of the Mayor’s recommendation to appoint Patricia Ann Davis-Dye to the
            Jackson Housing Commission filling a current vacancy, beginning immediately and
            ending October 30, 2011.

10.   Public Hearings.

11.   Resolutions.
      A.     Consideration of a resolution authorizing Andrea Jackson’s daughter Gaylynn Bailey to
             sell cold drinks in the Central Business District, beginning June 13, 2011, through July
             15, 2011.
      B.     Formal action regarding the proposed fiscal year 2011-2012 annual budget:
             1.       Resolution adopting the fiscal year 2011-2012 annual budget providing
                      appropriations for various funds (except for the CDBG funds which are adopted
                      separately), amending the current fiscal year 2010-2011 budget to those amounts
                      projected, and ordering a tax levy.
      C.     Consideration of the following requests from the Downtown Development Authority:
             1.       Adoption of a resolution ordering a levy of 1.9996 mills in the Downtown
                      Development District for fiscal year 2011-2012.
             2.       Approval of the fiscal year 2011-2012 DDA operations and TIF budgets.
12.   Ordinances.
      A.    Final adoption of Ordinance No. 2011.09, amending Chapter 2, Article VI, City Code,
            correcting any error in records or overpayments and underpayments in benefits paid to a
            member, retirant, or beneficiary of the City’s retirement system.

13.   Other Business.

14.   New Business.
      A.    Consideration of the request to approve the low bid award to Salenbien Trucking and
            Excavating, Inc., Dundee, at their low bid award of $729,317.79, for the Mason Street
            and Wilkins Street Water Main and Reconstruction CDBG project, and authorization for
            the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the appropriate contract document(s), in accordance
            with the City Engineer/Director of Public Works.
      B.    Consideration of Councilmember Breeding’s request to rename the following positions:
            1.      Remove the Deputy to the City Manager title and restore the Community
                    Relations Liaison title, and
            2.      Remove the Assistant City Manager/Community Development Director title and
                    rename to Deputy City Manager/Community Development Director.

15.   Executive Session to discuss labor matters.

16.   City Councilmembers’ Comments.

17.   Manager’s Comments.

18.   Adjournment.
                            JACKSON CITY COUNCIL MEETING

                                           MINUTES

                                         MAY 10, 2011


CALL TO ORDER.

      The Jackson City Council met in regular session in City Hall and was called to order at 7:00 p.m.
by Mayor Karen F. Dunigan.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE – INVOCATION.

        The Council joined in the pledge of allegiance. The invocation was given by Councilmember
Howe.

ROLL CALL.

        Present: Mayor Karen F. Dunigan and Councilmembers Carl L. Breeding, Robert B. Howe,
Daniel P. Greer, Kenneth E. Gaiser, Andrew R. Frounfelker and John R. Polaczyk—7. Absent: none.

        Also Present: City Manager Warren D. Renando, City Attorney Julius A. Giglio, City Clerk
Lynn Fessel, City Assessor David Taylor, Deputy Police Chief John Holda, City Engineer Jon Dowling,
Interim Deputy Fire Chief Dave Wooden, Economic Development Project Manager Barry Hicks and
Finance Director Philip Hones.

AGENDA.

         Motion was made by Councilmember Frounfelker and seconded by Councilmember Polaczyk to
delete Items 7.H. and 7. J. from the Agenda. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas:
Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7.
Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

        Motion was made by Councilmember Frounfelker and seconded by Councilmember Polaczyk to
adopt the agenda, as amended. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan
and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7. Nays: 0. Absent:
0.

CITIZEN COMMENTS.
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       John Wilson asked the Council to consider merging the City and Summit Township fire
departments and to ask the County Commission for its assistance to keep no less than 25 City firefighters
employed.

         Scott Aughney discussed his candidacy for Mayor, thanked Councilmember Breeding for his
efforts and for providing leadership. He expressed concern with the hiring of Larry Shaffer for the
position of City Manager. He stated he is willing to lead a volunteer effort to form a Jackson militia to be
involved in search and rescue, volunteer fire and rescue and neighborhood watch to help with police
protection.

         Jean Soltis expressed her frustration with the procedure to obtain credits for the stormwater fee.

        Gerald Montgomery remarked that the citizens have spoken – No public safety at this time. He
also noted we have a new county sheriff.

PRESENTATIONS/PROCLAMATIONS.

         None.

CONSENT CALENDAR.

        Councilmember Breeding requested Item F be removed for separate consideration. Items H and J
were deleted when the Agenda was adopted. Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded
by Councilmember Frounfelker to approve the following Consent Calendar, with Item F removed for
separate consideration and Items H and J deleted. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas:
Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7.
Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

                                          Consent Calendar

    A.       Approval of the minutes of the regular City Council meeting of April 26, 2011.
    B.       Approval of the request from Allegiance Health to conduct their 27th Annual Allegiance
             Health Race to Health, on various City streets with street closures and police assistance
             requested, on Saturday, September 10, 2011, from 8:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. (Recommended
             approval has been received from the Police, Fire, Parks/Forestry, Public Works, and
             Engineering Departments, and the Downtown Development Authority. Proper insurance
             coverage received.)
    C.       Approval of the request from Marriage Matters Jackson to hold their Marriage Matters Movie
             at the Riverwalk, on Friday, June 10, 2011, from 8:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m., at the Riverwalk
             Amphitheater.      (Recommended approval has been received from the Police, Fire,
             Parks/Forestry, Public Works, and Engineering Departments, and the Downtown
             Development Authority. Proper insurance coverage received.)
    D.       Approval of the low bid award to State Electronics, Lansing, at their low bid of $38,760.00,
             for the purchase of radio equipment, in accordance with the recommendation of the Police
             Chief.
    E.       Approval of the low bid award to Concord Excavating, Concord, at their low bid of
             $364,329.01, for the Loomis Street Water Main Replacement and Repaving contract, and
             authorization for the Mayor and City Clerk to execute the appropriate document(s).
    F.       Removed for separate consideration.
    G.       Approval of Traffic Control Order (TCO) No. 2082, removing the existing traffic signal at
             the intersection of Blackstone and Michigan Avenue, and install a four-way stop.
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   H.      Deleted.
   I.      Approval of Traffic Control Order (TCO) No. 2084, removing the existing traffic signal at
           the intersection of Cortland and Mechanic Street, and install a four-way stop.
   J.      Deleted.
   K.      Referral of an application to the City Planning Commission from Adam Quentin Brewer to
           rezone vacant land on Page Avenue, Stencil No. 6-1529, from I-1 to I-2.

CONSENT CALENDAR ITEM F.

        Approval of the low bid award to Affordable Lawn Care, at their bid price of $25,995.00, for
        the 2011 Private Lot Mowing contract, and authorization for the Mayor and City Clerk to
        execute the appropriate document(s), in accordance with the recommendation of the City
        Engineer/Director of Public Works.

               Motion was made by Councilmember Breeding and seconded by Councilmember
        Polaczyk to approve the bid award to Affordable Lawn Care for the entire season and to Borck’s
        Outdoor Service for the duration of May and June.

                Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded by Councilmember Breeding
        to amend the motion by awarding the contract for the duration of May and June to Greener
        Solutions Lawn & Landscape because there is a minimal difference between their bid and
        Borck’s and Greener Solutions is a Jackson based company. The motion was adopted by the
        following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer and
        Polaczyk—5. Nays: Councilmembers Gaiser and Frounfelker—2. Absent: 0.

               The main motion, as amended, was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor
        Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7.
        Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

COMMITTEE REPORTS.

        None.

APPOINTMENTS.

   A.      APPROVAL OF THE APPOINTMENT OF ANGELA ARNOLD TO THE
           EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM BOARD OF TRUSTEES FILLING A
           CURRENT VACANCY, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE RECOMMENDATION OF
           THE EMPLOYEES RETIREMENT SYSTEM BOARD OF TRUSTEES.

               Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded by Councilmember
           Frounfelker to approve the appointment. The motion was adopted by the following vote.
           Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and
           Polaczyk—7. Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

PUBLIC HEARINGS.

   A.      PUBLIC HEARING ON THE CITY’S FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012 PROPOSED
           BUDGET. (CITY MANAGER WILL MAKE A BRIEF PRESENTATION PRIOR TO
           THE PUBLIC HEARING.)
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                  City Manager Renando gave a presentation highlighting the fy 2011-2012 proposed
        budget.

                 Mayor Dunigan opened the public hearing. Scott Aughney offered to volunteer some of
        his time to work for the City. John Wilson advocated for austerity and no new spending. Gerald
        Montgomery suggested using inmates to take care of our parks. Subrina Aiken explained to
        Council that she lost her car, motorcycle, garage and fence in a fire last night. She lives ½ of a
        block away from a fire station that was recently closed . She expressed concern for the safety of
        our citizens. Jean Soltis asked if smaller fire vehicles could be dispatched for certain calls. The
        Mayor closed the public hearing.

RESOLUTIONS.

        None.

ORDINANCES.

   A.       CONSIDERATION OF AN ORDINANCE AMENDING CHAPTER 2, ARTICLE VI,
            CITY CODE, CORRECTING ANY ERROR IN RECORDS OR OVERPAYMENTS
            AND UNDERPAYMENTS IN BENEFITS PAID TO A MEMBER, RETIRANT, OR
            BENEFICIARY OF THE CITY’S RETIREMENT SYSTEM.

                Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded by Councilmember Polaczyk
            to approve the ordinance and place it on the next regular Council meeting agenda for
            adoption. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and
            Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7. Nays: 0.
            Absent: 0.

OTHER BUSINESS.

   A.       ESTABLISHMENT OF AN ELECTION DATE FOR A PROPOSED CHARTER
            AMENDMENT ADDRESSING DISCIPLINE OF ELECTED OFFICERS AND
            REMOVAL FOR CAUSE WOULD APPEAR ON THE BALLOT, AND
            AUTHORIZATION FOR THE CITY ATTORNEY TO MAKE MINOR
            MODIFICATIONS IF NEEDED. (ITEM POSTPONED AT THE APRIL 26, 2011,
            CITY COUNCIL MEETING.)

                Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded by Councilmember Polaczyk
            to adopt the resolution calling for a Special Election on August 2, 2011, in conjunction with
            the City’s Primary Election and to place this proposed Charter Amendment on that ballot.
            The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers
            Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—6. Nays: Councilmember Breeding--1.
            Absent: 0.


NEW BUSINESS.

   A.       CONSIDERATION OF THE FOLLOWING REQUESTS FROM THE COMMUNITY
            DEVELOPMENT     DEPARTMENT      REGARDING       THE    FIVE-YEAR
            CONSOLIDATED PLAN, FISCAL YEAR 2011-2012 ONE-YEAR ACTION PLAN OF
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          COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT BLOCK GRANT (CDBG)                                   AND     HOME
          INVESTMENT PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM (HOME) FUNDS:

          1. APPROVAL OF THE SUBMISSION OF THE FIVE-YEAR CONSOLIDATED
             PLAN;

              Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded by Councilmember Polaczyk
          to approve the submission of the Five-Year Consolidated Plan. The motion was adopted by
          the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer,
          Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7. Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

          2. APPROVAL OF THE SUBMISSION OF THE 2011-2012 ONE-YEAR ACTION
             PLAN;

              Motion was made by Councilmember Polaczyk and seconded by Councilmember Greer
          to approve the submission of the 2011-2012 One-Year Action Plan. The motion was adopted
          by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Howe, Greer, Gaiser,
          Frounfelker and Polaczyk—6. Nays: Councilmember Breeding--1. Absent: 0.

          3. ADOPTION OF THE RESOLUTION OF CERTIFICATIONS, AND

              Motion was made by Councilmember Polaczyk and seconded by Councilmember Greer
          to adopt the Resolution of Certifications. The motion was adopted by the following vote.
          Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and
          Polaczyk—7. Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

          4. AUTHORIZATION FOR THE MAYOR TO SIGN FORM SF-424, THE
             CERTIFICATIONS, AND ANY OTHER DOCUMENTATION REQUIRED FOR
             SUBMITTAL OF THE ONE-YEAR ACTION PLAN TO HUD.

              Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded by Councilmember Polaczyk
          to authorize the Mayor to sign form SF-424, the Certifications, and any other documentation
          required for submittal of the One-Year Action Plan. The motion was adopted by the
          following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser,
          Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7. Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

   B.     CONSIDERATION OF THE REQUEST TO APPROVE A LETTER OF
          AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE MICHIGAN ASSOCIATION OF PUBLIC
          EMPLOYEES (MAPE) AND THE CITY REGARDING A TEMPORARY NO-
          LAYOFF CLAUSE OF ANY MAPE EMPLOYEES PRIOR TO OCTOBER 1, 2011,
          AND THE RIGHT TO HIRE SEASONAL EMPLOYEES BETWEEN APRIL 1, 2011,
          THROUGH SEPTEMBER 30, 2011, IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE
          RECOMMENDATION OF THE CITY/COUNTY DIRECTOR OF HUMAN
          RESOURCES.

              Motion was made by Councilmember Polaczyk and seconded by Councilmember Greer
          to approve the request. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor
          Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7.
          Nays: 0. Absent: 0.
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   C.      CONSIDERATION OF THE REQUEST TO APPROVE THE EMPLOYMENT
           CONTRACT WITH LAURENCE SHAFFER TO SERVE AS CITY MANAGER
           EFFECTIVE, JUNE 1, 2011, AT AN ANNUAL BASE SALARY OF $115,000.00, AND
           AUTHORIZATION FOR THE MAYOR AND CITY CLERK TO EXECUTE THE
           APPROPRIATE DOCUMENT(S), AND FOR STAFF TO MAKE MINOR
           MODIFICATIONS IF NEEDED.

               Motion was made by Councilmember Polaczyk and seconded by Councilmember Greer
           to approve the request. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor
           Dunigan and Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—6. Nays:
           Councilmember Gaiser--1. Absent: 0.

   D.      CONSIDERATION OF WHAT SHOULD BE THE CITY’S NUMBER 1 GOAL –
           AVOIDING AN EMERGENCY FINANCIAL MANAGER, PER COUNCILMEMBER
           DANIEL P. GREER’S REQUEST AT THE APRIL 26, 2011, CITY COUNCIL
           MEETING.

               Motion was made by Councilmember Greer and seconded by Councilmember Polaczyk
           to make it our stated No. 1 goal to avoid emergency financial management and, in keeping
           with that, we make every effort to achieve that goal. The motion was adopted by the
           following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Howe, Greer, Gaiser,
           Frounfelker and Polaczyk—6. Nays: Councilmember Breeding—1. Absent: 0.

   E.      DISCUSSION ON THE RULES OF THE USE OF CITY LETTERHEAD, AS
           REQUESTED BY CITY COUNCILMEMBER CARL BREEDING.

           (Council chose to discuss this item prior to the budget item.)

               Motion was made by Councilmember Polaczyk and seconded by Councilmember Howe
           to refer the matter of the use of City letterhead to the Rules & Personnel Committee. The
           motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers
           Breeding, Howe, Greer, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—7. Nays: 0. Absent: 0.

   F.      DISCUSSION OF CITY’S GENERAL FUND BUDGET FY 2011-2012.

               Motion was made by Councilmember Howe and seconded by Councilmember Greer to
           wait until the special meeting scheduled for May 11, 2011, to discuss the budget. The motion
           was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Greer and
           Polaczyk—4. Nays: Mayor Dunigan and Councilmembers Gaiser and Frounfelker—3.
           Absent: 0.


CITY COUNCILMEMBERS’ COMMENTS.

        Councilmember Howe discussed Blackman Township’s decision to withdraw from the automatic
aid agreement and asked if there has been any communication with them.

       Councilmember Greer clarified that Blackman Township’s withdrawal was from automatic aid
and not mutual aid. He also reminded everyone of the May 20 Michigan Municipal League regional
meeting.
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        Councilmember Frounfelker explained that there are six empty storefronts on Michigan Avenue.
He inquired about a letter that was sent to the State Treasurer’s office asking them to come to Jackson to
review our budget and asked for a copy of that letter.

        Councilmember Polaczyk stated that he researched, with two environmental engineers, the
stormwater utility ordinance thoroughly before voting in favor of it. In view of the fact that Council
voted that their No. 1 goal is to avoid an emergency financial manager and since the City Manager has not
yet completed the budget, what was expected by contacting the State Treasurer?

        Mayor Dunigan stated she sent the letter to Andy Dillon, State Treasurer, because she thought it
was time to be proactive. She asked for a review team because she doesn’t believe we make good
financial decisions.

MANAGER’S COMMENTS.

        None.

ADJOURNMENT.

       No further business being presented, a motion was made by Councilmember Howe and seconded
by Councilmember Greer to adjourn the meeting. The motion was adopted by unanimous voice vote and
the meeting adjourned at 8:26 p.m.


Lynn Fessel
City Clerk
                              JACKSON CITY COUNCIL
                            SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES
                                   MAY 11, 2011


CALL TO ORDER.

       The Jackson City Council met in special session in the Council Chambers in City Hall
and was called to order by Mayor Karen F. Dunigan at 6:03 p.m.

ROLL CALL.

        Present: Mayor Karen F. Dunigan and Councilmembers Carl L. Breeding, Kenneth E.
Gaiser, Andrew R. Frounfelker and John R. Polaczyk—5. Absent at Roll Call: Councilmembers
Robert B. Howe and Daniel P. Greer--2. (They arrived at 6:20 p.m.)

       Also present: City Manager Warren D. Renando, City Attorney Julius A. Giglio and City
Clerk Lynn Fessel.

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA.

        Motion was made by Councilmember Polaczyk and seconded by Councilmember Gaiser
to adopt the agenda. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and
Councilmembers Breeding, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—5. Nays: 0. Absent:
Councilmembers Howe and Greer--2.

CITIZEN COMMENTS.

       None.

REVIEW OF DEPARTMENT BUDGETS.

        The City Manager, with the Council and Department Heads, reviewed and discussed
General Fund revenue and expenditure line items, along with pages 235 through 250 of the
Internal Service Funds. Councilmembers Howe and Greer arrived at 6:20 p.m. during the
discussion. Council also took a brief recess at 7:47 p.m. and reconvened at 7:59 p.m.

ADJOURNMENT.

       No further business being presented, a motion was made by Councilmember Howe and
seconded by Councilmember Greer to adjourn the meeting. The motion was adopted by
unanimous voice vote and the meeting adjourned at 8:58 p.m.


Lynn Fessel, City Clerk
                              JACKSON CITY COUNCIL
                            SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES
                                   MAY 12, 2011


CALL TO ORDER.

       The Jackson City Council met in special session in the Council Chambers in City Hall
and was called to order by Mayor Karen F. Dunigan at 6:00 p.m.

ROLL CALL.

       Present: Mayor Karen F. Dunigan and Councilmembers Carl L. Breeding, Robert B.
Howe, Kenneth E. Gaiser, Andrew R. Frounfelker and John R. Polaczyk—6. Absent with
Excuse: Councilmember Daniel P. Greer--1.

       Also present: City Manager Warren D. Renando, City Attorney Julius A. Giglio and City
Clerk Lynn Fessel.

ADOPTION OF THE AGENDA.

        Motion was made by Councilmember Polaczyk and seconded by Councilmember Howe
to adopt the agenda. The motion was adopted by the following vote. Yeas: Mayor Dunigan and
Councilmembers Breeding, Howe, Gaiser, Frounfelker and Polaczyk—6. Nays: 0. Absent:
Councilmember Greer--1.

CITIZEN COMMENTS.

       None.

REVIEW OF DEPARTMENT BUDGETS.

        The City Manager, with the Council and Department Heads, reviewed and discussed the
remaining City Funds. (The General Fund was reviewed and discussed at the May 11, 2011
special meeting).

ADJOURNMENT.

        No further business being presented, a motion was made by Councilmember Howe and
seconded by Mayor Dunigan to adjourn the meeting. The motion was adopted by unanimous
voice vote and the meeting adjourned at 8:08 p.m.


Lynn Fessel, City Clerk
                                            City Planning Commission
                                             Staffed by the Region 2 Planning Commission (R2PC)
                                                     120 W. Michigan Avenue • Jackson, MI 49201
                                                         Phone (517) 788-4426 • Fax (517) 788-4635



April 12, 2011

Honorable Mayor and City Council
City of Jackson, Michigan

Subject: Request for permission to rezone

Dear Mayor and Councilpersons:

The recent rezoning of several Hupp Street properties and two Washington Avenue proper-
ties was an important step in the implementation of the City’s Future Land Use Map, which
recommends the establishment of an Industrial Commercial area between Downtown Jack-
son to the west and the General Industrial southeast.1 However, the rezoning of six more
properties is needed in order to complete that vision in the sector of the City centered on
Hupp St., Washington Ave., the Grand River, and Cooper St. The City Planning Commis-
sion requests permission from City Council to rezone several city- and state-owned proper-
ties on the west side of Cooper Street to C-3 (central commercial) from I-2 (general indus-
trial) and 211 S. Cooper and the properties that comprise the AMTRAK station to C-4 (gen-
eral commercial) from I-2 (please see the attached maps and aerial photo).

Please contact me at 768-6711 if you have any questions.


Sincerely,




Grant E. Bauman, AICP
Principal Planner



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1
 Please note that the rezoning of the several Hupp Street properties and a couple of Washington Avenue will
not take effect until May 26, 2011.
Downtown Development Authority (DDA)




Memorandum
     Date:        May 16, 2011

     To:          Honorable Mayor and City Council

     From:        Jonathan Greene, Executive Director

     RE:          Downtown Development Authority – Jammin’ In Jackson



     Please find the attached Special Event Application from Downtown Development Authority
     requesting approval to conduct Jammin’ In Jackson at Bucky Harris Park on the following
     Thursday evenings; June 9th, June 23rd, July 7th, July 21st, August 4th and August 25th from 5:00 p.m.
     to 7:00 p.m. Recommended approval has been received from the Police, Fire, Parks/Forestry, Public
     Works, and Engineering Departments, and the Downtown Development Authority. Insurance is
     covered under the City of Jackson. The event is not expected to have an economic impact on the
     mentioned City departments.
     att:    Special Event Application: Downtown Development Authority – Jammin’ In Jackson

     JG/mw


             Department                                             Economic Impact
             Downtown Development Authority                              $0.00
             Jackson Police Department                                   0.00
             Fire                                                        0.00
             Engineering                                                 0.00
             Parks / Forestry                                            0.00
             Department of Public Works                                  0.00

                                                                  Total: $ 0.00
                CITY OF JACKSON
                SPECIAL EVENT APPLICATION
                City Clerk’s Office * 161 W. Michigan Avenue * Jackson, MI 49201
                (517) 788-4025

Date Received By Clerk’s Office:                                    Time:                                 By:

Please complete this application in accordance with the City of Jackson Special Events Policy, and return it to the Office of
the City Clerk at least 30 calendar days before the first day of the event.

Sponsoring Organization’s Legal Name:        Downtown Development Authority

Organization Address: 161 W. Michigan Ave. Jackson, MI 49201

Organization Agent: Jonathan Greene                                         Title: DDA Executive Director

Phone: Work       768-6408                         Home                                        During event     768-6408

Agent’s Address: 161 W. Michigan Ave. Jackson, MI 49201

Agent’s E-Mail Address:     jgreene@cityofjackson.org

Event Name: Jammin’ In Jackson

Please give a brief description of the proposed special event:     Jammin’ in Jackson will take place on Thursday evenings throughout

the summer and will feature live and local music on stage, as well as potential food vendors in Bucky Harris Park. Admission is free.

Event Day(s) & Date(s): Thursdays 6/9, 6/23, 7/ 7 7/21 , 8/4 , 8/25                            Event Time(s): 4:30-7:00 pm

Set-Up Date & Time:      day of event at 4:00pm                               Tear-Down Date & Time: day of event at 700-8:00pm

Event Location:        Downtown: Map Attached



ANNUAL EVENT: Is this event expected to occur next year? YES              NO      How many years has this event occurred? 1

MAP: (a) If your event will use streets or sidewalks (for a parade, run, etc.) or will use multiple locations, please attach a complete
 map showing the assembly and dispersal locations and the route plan. (b) Show any streets or parking lots that you are requesting
 to be blocked off, and location of vendors, if any. A final map, if different, must be provided seven (7) days before the event. (c)
 Please show an emergency vehicle access lane.
STREET CLOSURES: Start Date/ Time: NONE                                                        through Date/ Time:   NONE


RESERVED PARKING: Are you requesting reserved parking? YES NO
 If yes, list the number of street spaces, City lots or locations where parking is requested:
Requesting 2 parallel spaces on N. Jackson St. adjacent to Bucky Harris Park for ease of loading/unloading for performers
VENDORS: Food Concessions? YES                NO                        Other Vendors?          YES    NO

DO YOU PLAN TO HAVE ALCOHOL SOLD/SERVED AT THIS EVENT?                           YES     NO
  If yes, are liquor license and liquor liability insurance attached?   YES      NO
  If yes, what time?        4:30pm                                       until        7:00pm
                 CITY OF JACKSON
                 SPECIAL EVENT APPLICATION, Page 2
                 City Clerk’s Office * 161 W. Michigan Avenue * Jackson, MI 49201
                 (517) 788-4025


ENTERTAINMENT: Are there any entertainment features related to this event? YES               NO
 If yes, provide an attachment listing all bands/performers, type of entertainment, and performance schedule.

ATTENDANCE: What is the expected (estimated) attendance for this event?             50-200 people

AMUSEMENT: Do you plan to have any amusement or carnival rides? YES                    NO
 If yes, you are required to obtain a permit through the City Clerk’s Office.

REST ROOMS: Are you planning to provide portable rest rooms at the event? YES NO If yes, how many?
  As an event organizer, you must consider the availability of rest room facilities during this event. Consideration should be made
 regarding the type of event, the length of time it will be held, the number of people, etc. You must determine the rest room facilities
 in the immediate area of the event venue and then identify the potential need for portable facilities. Remember to identify accessi-
 ble facilities for ADA requirements as well.

OTHER REQUESTS: (i.e., Police Department assistance, Fire Dept., street closures, electrical, etc.)
  n/a




INSURANCE: All sponsors of special events must carry liability insurance with coverage of at least $500,000. An event sponsor
  must provide a valid certificate of insurance naming the City of Jackson as an additional insured party on the policy. A sponsor of a
  Low Hazard event may request that City Council waive the insurance requirement and execute a Hold Harmless and Indemnifica-
  tion Agreement. This event qualifies consideration for Low Hazard because:

        Covered under City’s Insurance Policy




CERTIFICATION AND SIGNATURE: I understand and agree on behalf of the sponsoring organization that:
 A Certificate of Insurance must be provided which names the City of Jackson as an additional named insured party on the policy or
    I am requesting that City Council waive the insurance requirement for this Low Hazard Event as identified in paragraph above
    related to insurance, and I have executed the Hold Harmless and Indemnification Agreement on behalf of the event sponsor.
 All food vendors must be approved by the Jackson County Health Department, and each food or other vendor must provide the City
    of Jackson with a Certificate of Insurance which names the City of Jackson as an additional named insured party on the policy.
 The approval of this special event may include additional requirements or limitations, based on the City’s review of this application.
 Applicants who fail to clean up and repair damages to the Event Area may be billed for City services and such failure will be
    considered for future applications.
 As the duly authorized agent of the sponsoring organization, I am applying for approval of this Special Event, affirm the above
    understandings, and agree that my sponsoring organization will comply with the terms of the written confirmation of approval, and
    all other City requirements, ordinances and other laws, which apply to this Special Event. By signing this Special Event
    Application, I declare I am 21 years of age or older.


        ______________________                                _____________________________________________________
                 Date                                        Signature of Sponsoring Organization’s Agent

               RETURN THIS APPLICATION at least thirty (30) days before the first day of the event to:
                  CITY OF JACKSON
                  SPECIAL EVENT APPLICATION, Page 3
                  City Clerk’s Office * 161 W. Michigan Avenue * Jackson, MI 49201
                  (517) 788-4025



Event Title: Jammin’ in Jackson

DEPARTMENTAL USE ONLY: Please contact applicant directly with any questions or concerns. Sign and return to the City
Clerk’s Office, as soon as possible.

Approvals noted below, by departments, indicate they have been made aware of the request and the reasonability of their department
have been met.

Police Dept.:                           Recommend Approval:        YES     NO        Est. Economic Impact:$

Fire Dept.:                             Recommend Approval:        YES     NO        Est. Economic Impact:$

Traffic Eng.:                           Recommend Approval:        YES NO            Est. Economic Impact:$

Dept. Pub. Serv.:                       Recommend Approval:        YES NO            Est. Economic Impact:$

DDA:                                    Recommend Approval:         YES NO           Est. Economic Impact:$

                                        Have businesses been notified for street closures?: YES       NO

Parks/Forestry:                         Recommend Approval:        YES NO            Est. Economic Impact:$

Reason for disapproval:

Any special requirements/conditions:




Insurance / Indemnification Received: _______________                           Insurance Approved: _______________

City Council Approved:____________ Denied:_____________                         Approval/ Denial Mailed:_____________
Downtown Development Authority (DDA)




Memorandum
     Date:        May 16, 2011

     To:          Honorable Mayor and City Council

     From:        Jonathan Greene, Executive Director

     RE:          P&T Fitness – 3rd Annual Mick Webster Memorial Ride



     Please find the attached Special Event Application from P&T Fitness requesting approval to
     conduct the 3rd Annual Mick Webster Memorial Ride starting downtown and continuing on
     throughout the county. This event will take place on Saturday, July 23rd, 2011 from 9:00 a.m. to
     2:00 p.m. Recommended approval has been received from the Police, Fire, Parks/Forestry, Public
     Works, and Engineering Departments, and the Downtown Development Authority. Contingent
     upon receipt of proper insurance coverage, as insurance company requires purchase of non-
     refundable special event insurance. The event is expected to have a $30 economic impact on the
     mentioned City departments.
     att:    Special Event Application: P&T Fitness – 3rd Annual Mick Webster Ride

     JG/mw


             Department                                               Economic Impact
             Downtown Development Authority                                $0.00
             Jackson Police Department                                    $30.00
             Fire                                                          0.00
             Engineering                                                   0.00
             Parks / Forestry                                              0.00
             Department of Public Works                                    0.00

                                                                   Total: $ 30.00
                                     Deputy Fire Chief’s Office

                           518 N Jackson St˜ Jackson, Michigan 49201˜ Telephone: (517)788-4150˜ Facsimile: (517)788-4637
Founded July 3, 1829



           MEMO TO:      Honorable Mayor and City Councilmembers

           FROM:         David Wooden, Int. Dep. Fire Chief

           DATE:         May 18, 2011

           SUBJECT:      Wellness Program

           CC:           Chief Heins and Manager Renando

           The members of the Fire Department have participated in a wellness program for several
           years. The current program is administered by Allegiance Health. It’s Your Life is a health
           management program structured to give participating employees the tools and resources
           necessary to improve their personal health status through behavioral changes.

           The Agreement calls for:
               • An evaluation by the employee’s own health provider.
               • An initial visit with each employee to set up the baseline program tailored for each
                  employee’s needs and expectations.
               • Three additional coaching sessions to evaluate, consult, and recommend changes to
                  assist the employee with meeting his/her individual goals.

           This program is a requirement within the current Labor Agreement with the Professional Fire
           Fighters and was tailored after one of the Police Units.

           The program costs $145 per employee, with the employees getting compensated for up to a
           possible sum of $1000 each if they complete all required steps. All the costs and compensation
           have been budgeted for within the 2011/12 budget.

           I’m requesting the Council authorize the execution of this agreement with Allegiance Health
           and the Jackson Fire Department.
                                                                                        Department of Public Works

                                                                           161 W. Michigan Avenue - Jackson, MI 49201
                                                                    Telephone: (517) 788-4160 — Facsimile: (517) 768-6435


May 24, 2011

TO:                 Warren D. Renando, City Manager

FROM:               Jon H. Dowling, P.E., City Engineer/Director of Public Works

RE:                 Request to Approve Amendment to Contract with Tetra Tech
                    for Proposed Storm Water Management Manual


On January 11, 2011, the City adopted two ordinances regarding storm water, both of which reference the
City’s storm water management manual. The Department of Public Works has met with Tetra Tech regarding
the preparation of a storm water management manual for the City of Jackson.

Tetra Tech responded with the attached amendment to their existing contract for the development of the storm
water utility. The cost for this work is a lump sum of $24,500. This work will include creating the manual and
the forms required.

With your concurrence, it is the recommendation of the Department of Public Works that an amendment to the
contract with Tetra Tech for the development of the storm water management manual in the amount of $24,500
be submitted to City Council for their approval, and authorize the City Manager and City Engineer/Director of
Public Works to sign the amendment. This will be paid from the Storm Water Utility Fund.

If you have any questions, please contact me.


Cc:       Randall T. McMunn, P.E., Assistant City Engineer
          Lucinda Schultz, Accounting Manager

JHD:sms




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                                                                                Department of Public Works

                                                                       521 Water Street - Jackson, MI 49203
                                                        Telephone: (517) 788-4170 — Facsimile: (517) 788-4639

DATE:              May 17, 2011

TO:                Warren D. Renando, City Manager

FROM:              Jon H. Dowling, P.E., City Engineer/Director of Public Works
                   Todd S. Knepper, Utility Director

RE:                Award of Chemical Bids for Water and Wastewater Treatment Plants For 2011-2012

On May 17, 2011, 23 bid packets were submitted and opened in the Purchasing Department for water and
wastewater bulk chemical treatment supplies for fiscal year 2011-2012. Of the 23 packets received, 20 had bid
submittals for 11 different treatment chemicals, 3 were returned with no bid. Of the 19 submittals, 9 companies
have the lowest bid price on the various chemicals. The lowest chemical bids submitted are as follows:
Product               # Bidders   Supplier                        Bid Price
Chlorine                  2       JCI Jones Chemical             $420/ton x 64 tons = $26,880
                                  Riverview, MI
Ferric Chloride           2       Kemira Water Solutions          $406/ton x 60 tons = $24,360
                                  Lawrence, KS
Fluoride                  4       Key Chemical                    $618.50/ton x 50 tons = $30,925
                                  Waxhaw, NC
Liquid Caustic Soda       4       KA Steel                       $535/ton x 94 tons = $50,290
                                  Lemont, IL
Lime                      4       Western Lime                   $124/ton x 3,250 tons = $403,000
                                  West Bend, WI
Phosphate                 7       F2 Industries                   $102.20/cwt x 560 cwt = $57,232
                                  Smyrna, TN
Ferrous Chloride          3       Kemira Water Solutions          $0.075/gallon x 250,000 gallons = $18,750
Calcium Hypochlorite      1       Chemical Services               $117.50/pail x 30 pails = $3,525
Tablets                           Dayton, OH
Sulfur Dioxide            2       Alexander Chemical              $0.998/pound x 17,000 pounds = $16,966
                                  Downers Grove, IL
Sodium Hypochlorite       4       JCI Jones Chemical             $0.717/gallon x 73,000 gallons = $52,341
Soda Ash                  2       Thatcher Company               $342.20/ton x 200 tons = $68,440
                                  Salt Lake City, UT

In concurrence with the Purchasing Agent, it is the recommendation of the Department of Public Works to
award the respective chemical supply contracts to the low bidders listed above. Water treatment and
wastewater treatment funds are budgeted for these purchases. With your concurrence, I respectfully request
that this award be submitted to City Council for their approval and that the Mayor and City Clerk be
authorized to sign the contract documents. If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact us.


Pc:          Lynn Fessel, City Clerk/Purchasing Agent
             Lucinda Schultz, Accounting Manager

JHD:skp
                                                                              BID TABULATION
                                                                                    FOR
                                                                 WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS
                                                                           MAY 17, 2011, 10:00 AM




                                                                                                                                                                             CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE 




                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE
                                                                                                       LIQUID CAUSTIC SODA




                                                                                                                                                         FERROUS CHLORIDE
                                                                     FERRIC CHLORIDE




                                                                                                                                                                                                        SULFUR DIOXIDE
                                                                                                                                            PHOSPHATE




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            SODA ASH
                                                      CHLORINE




                                                                                         FLUORIDE




                                                                                                                                                                             TABLETS
                                                                                                                               LIME
                               PRICE TO 
                              REMAIN IN                                                                                                 per hundred 
         COMPANY                EFFECT             per ton         per ton             per ton       per ton                 per ton      weight     per gallon             Per Pail                 per pound           per gallon                       per ton
          Alexander Chemical  90 days                                                                  699.50
                 Corporation 365 days               437.50^                             627.00                                                                                                                 0.998^                             0.89^
                 Pencco, Inc. 365 days                                                  816.50
                                     90 days                                                          625.00*                                 180.00
   PVS Nolwood Chemicals Inc.
                                    365 days                                            640.00                                                                                                                                                     0.80    365.00
         Chemical Services Inc.     365 days                                                           803.75                                 109.50                                   117.50
           Carmeuse Lime, Inc.      365 days                                                                                   139.54
     K. A. Steel Chemicals, Inc.    365 days                                                          535.00*                                                                                                                                     .72**
              F2 Industries, LLC    365 days                                                                                                  102.20
  Rowell Chemical Corporation       365 days                                                                                                                                                                                                       0.95
             Carus Corporation      365 days                                                                                                  107.00
                                     90 days                                                                                                  123.00
Shannon Chemical Corporation        180 days                                                                                                  129.00
                                    365 days                                                                                                  137.00
     Mississippi Lime Company       365 days                                                                                   214.75
                                     90 days                                                                                                  120.00
Water Solutions Unlimited, Inc.     180 days                                                                                                  125.00
                                    365 days                                                                                                  130.00



        *Per dry ton       **Price delivered based on 4500 gallon deliveries                        ^Memo deposit
                                                                                BID TABULATION
                                                                                      FOR
                                                                   WATER AND WASTEWATER TREATMENT CHEMICALS
                                                                             MAY 17, 2011, 10:00 AM




                                                                                                                                                                                   CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE 




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE
                                                                                                         LIQUID CAUSTIC SODA




                                                                                                                                                           FERROUS CHLORIDE
                                                                       FERRIC CHLORIDE




                                                                                                                                                                                                              SULFUR DIOXIDE
                                                                                                                                              PHOSPHATE




                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         SODA ASH
                                                        CHLORINE




                                                                                           FLUORIDE




                                                                                                                                                                                   TABLETS
                                                                                                                                 LIME
                                      PRICE TO 
                                     REMAIN IN                                                                                            per hundred 
           COMPANY                     EFFECT        per ton         per ton             per ton       per ton                 per ton      weight     per gallon                 Per Pail                 per pound                  per gallon                       per ton
                                       90 days                                                                                                  102.00
        Pristine Water Solutions      180 days                                                                                                  105.50
                                      365 days                                                                                                  106.50

Thatcher Company of Montana           365 days
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        342.20
                  Huron Lime          365 days                                                                                   143.60
   Kemira Water Solutions, Inc.       365 days                       406.00*                                                                                              0.075
        PVS Technologies, Inc.
        PVS Technologies Inc          365 days
                                      365 days                        495.00
                                                                      495 00                                                                                              0 199
                                                                                                                                                                          0.199
            Key Chemical, Inc.        365 days                                            618.50
International Steel Services, Inc.    365 days
                                                                                                                                                                          0.109
      JCI Jones Chemicals, Inc.       365 days        $420.00                                           579.00*                                                                                                                3.00                            0.717
     Western Lime Corporation         365 days                                                                                   124.00




         *Per dry ton        **Price delivered based on 4500 gallon deliveries                        ^Memo deposit
                                            Department of Community Development
                                                       161 W. Michigan Avenue • Jackson, MI 49201-1303•
                                                                                 Facsimile (517) 768-5832
        Administrative Services            Building Inspection          Rehabilitation Services & Information
           (517) 788-4060                    (517) 788-4012                         (517) 788-4070




Date:       May 16, 2011

To:         Building Code Board of Examiners and Appeals Members

From:       Frank Donovan, Chief Building Official

Subject: Dangerous Building Report



The Dangerous Building Report summarizes the current status of dangerous or unsafe
structures as referenced in Chapter 17 of the City Code of Ordinances.

        Page 1                    Dangerous Building Report Summary Sheet

        Page 2 – 6                Condemned Properties (Dangerous and Unsafe) 2011

        Page 7 – 18               Condemned Properties (Dangerous and Unsafe) 2010

        Page 19                   Condemned Properties (Dangerous and Unsafe) 2009

        Page 20 – 21              Hazardous Properties (Secured and Released)

        Page 22                   Unfit for Human Habitation (Notice to Vacate)

If you have any comments or questions please contact Sheila Prater at (517) 788-4012.

FD/smp




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                                                            CITY OF JACKSON
                                                DANGEROUS BUILDING REPORT SUMMARY SHEET
CONDEMNED PROPERTIES (DANGEROUS AND UNSAFE) 2011
 Jan-11  Feb-11  March-11  April-11 May-11    June-11                            July-11      Aug-11       Sep-11       Oct-11       Nov-11       Dec-11      YTD Total

    3            6             0            1                                                                                                                    10

(20) CONDEMNED PROPERTIES (DANGEROUS AND UNSAFE) CARRIED OVER FROM 2010                                                                                          21
       1 Scheduled for BCBA hearings, 12 Notice and Order’s UPHELD (awaiting demolition), 1 Owner filed in court to stop demolition, 2 Repaired by owner, 3
       Demolished, 1 On hold per inspector (monitor permits for compliance)
(1) CONDEMNED PROPERTIES (DANGEROUS AND UNSAFE) CARRIED OVER FROM 2009
       1 Owner filed in court to stop demolition
                               This table reflects the number of properties that have been condemned and posted as dangerous and unsafe

CONDEMNED PROPERTIES THAT HAVE BEEN REPAIRED/RELEASED
 Jan-11  Feb-11  March-11  April-11  May-11   June-11 July-11                                 Aug-11       Sep-11       Oct-11       Nov-11       Dec-11      YTD Total

    0            0             1            3                                                                                                                     4



CONDEMNED PROPERTIES THAT HAVE BEEN DEMOLISHED
 Jan-11  Feb-11  March-11  April-11  May-11  June-11                             July-11      Aug-11       Sep-11       Oct-11       Nov-11       Dec-11      YTD Total

    0            0             0            4                                                                                                                     4




HAZARDOUS PROPERTIES (OPEN AND ACCESSIBLE)
 Jan-11  Feb-11  March-11   April-11 May-11                        June-11       July-11      Aug-11       Sep-11       Oct-11       Nov-11       Dec-11      YTD Total

    0            7             7           13                                                                                                                    27

              This table reflects the number of properties that were posted open and accessible, secured and released from the Dangerous Building Report.


UNFIT FOR HUMAN HABITATION (NOTICE TO VACATE)
 Jan-11    Feb-11 March-11   April-11 May-11                       June-11       July-11      Aug-11       Sep-11       Oct-11       Nov-11       Dec-11      YTD Total

    2            0             0            0                                                                                                                     2

                  This table reflects the number or properties that were posted unfit for human habitation and the occupants were ordered to vacate.

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                                                                      CITY OF JACKSON

                                                           CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2011
                                                                       (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation            Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
201 S Elm Ave (6-0985)       02/18/2011 Fire damage throughout property. 01/31/2011 Condemned house. 02/18/2011 conducted interior inspection.
Eric Ropp (New Owner)        Damage to all rafters/wall framing.         02/03/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 45 days to pull permit and
Joseph/Jue Allen                                                         3 months to repairs.
House                                                                    03/21/2011 Porch roof system removed per Notice and Order.
                                                                         06/06/2011 Reinspection scheduled.

                                                                                  Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                  Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                  Building Code Board of Appeals in July 2011 if the owner does not comply with the Notice
                                                                                  and Order.



329 N Forbes St (8-0180)            03/29/2011 Chimney crumbling and falling.    03/29/2011 Condemned chimney.
Richard Howard                                                                   04/05/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 5 days to pull permit and
Chimney                                                                          28 days to complete repairs.
                                                                                 05/06/2011 Reinspection scheduled.

                                                                                 Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                  Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                  Building Code Board of Appeals in May 2011 if the owner does not comply with the
                                                                                  Notice and Order.




                                                                                 2
                                                                       CITY OF JACKSON

                                                            CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2011
                                                                        (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation              Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
1601 Fourth St (3-2356)      05/03/2011 Barn/Garage is dilapidated.        05/03/2011 Condemned garage/barn.
Kim Farthing                 Foundation failing, building not plumb, doors 05/04/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 15 days to pull permit and
Barn/Garage                  ratted and falling off. Holes in roof.        60 days to repair.
                             New this month                                07/05/2011 Reinspection scheduled.

                                                                                   Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                   Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                   Building Code Board of Appeals in August 2011 if the owner does not comply with the
                                                                                   Notice and Order.



511 S Gorham St (6-1082)            02/17/2011 Garage roof decayed to the point   02/17/2011 Condemned garage.
Susan/Dannie Austin                 of collapse.                                  03/03/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given until April 10, 2011, to pull
Garage                                                                            permit and duration of permit to repair/demolish.

                                                                                  Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                   Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                   Building Code Board of Appeals in May 2011 if the owner does not comply with the
                                                                                   Notice and Order.



344 Hill St (1-0543)                02/28/2011 Chimney crumbling and leaning.      02/28/2011 Condemned chimney.
Sandra Dryscio                                                                     03/23/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 72 hours to pull permit and
Chimney                                                                            5 days to repair.

                                                                                  Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                   Current Status: Property has been repaired by owner, released from condemnation.




                                                                                  3
                                                                     CITY OF JACKSON

                                                             CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2011
                                                                       (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation        Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
1104 Maple Ave (4-0950)      02/28/2011 Fire damage throughout home. 02/28/2011 Condemned house.
Timothy Jacobs                                                       03/03/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 60 days to demolish or
House                                                                pull building permit and repair within duration of permit.

                                                                                  Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 04/01/2011; no inspections.

                                                                                  Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                  Building Code Board of Appeals in May 2011 if the owner does not comply with the
                                                                                  Notice and Order.



900 Page Ave (6-1412)               02/08/2011 Shed is collapsing.               02/08/2011 Condemned shed.
Joseph Kurpenski                                                                 02/09/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 30 days to have the shed
Shed                                                                             repaired or demolished.
                                                                                 03/09/2011 Reinspection conducted; no change in status.
Per County Treasurer – 2010 taxes delinquent
                                                                                 03/24/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                 03/24/2011 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                 Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                  Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be
                                                                                  requested 04/25/2011.



402 Randolph St (3-2320)            02/16/2011 Fire damage throughout home.       02/16/2011 Condemned house.
On The Go Properties LLC                                                          03/03/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 90 days to demolish or
House                                                                             pull building permit and repair within duration of permit.

                                                                                 Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 05/04/2011; no inspections.

                                                                                  Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                  Building Code Board of Appeals in June 2011 if the owner does not comply with the
                                                                                  Notice and Order.



                                                                                 4
                                                                      CITY OF JACKSON

                                                           CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2011
                                                                       (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation             Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
236 E Robinson St (5-1460)   04/04/2011 Fire damage throughout structure. 04/04/2011 Condemned house.
Brad/Phillip Suydam          New this month                               04/05/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 45 days to pull permit and
House                                                                     120 days to repair.
                                                                          08/05/2011 Reinspection scheduled.

                                                                                   Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                   Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                   Building Code Board of Appeals in August 2011 if the owner does not comply with the
                                                                                   Notice and Order.



Shahan Apartments (1-0844.1)        02/28/2011 Fire damage throughout apartment.   02/28/2011 Condemned apartment.
Jackson Housing Commission                                                         03/03/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 45 days to pull building
Unit 117                                                                           permit and duration of permit to repair.

                                                                                   Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                   Current Status: Property is being monitored by Inspection Division. Will go before
                                                                                   Building Code Board of Appeals in May 2011 if the owner does not comply with the
                                                                                   Notice and Order.



317-19 Union St (4-1208)         01/13/2011 Garage is danger of collapsing.        01/13/2011 Condemned garage.
Christopher Newman (New Owner 2/2011)                                              01/20/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 28 days to demolish
Wachovia Equity Servicing LLC                                                      garage.
Garage                                                                             02/22/2011 Reinspection conducted, no change in status. Remains dangerous and unsafe.

                                                                                   04/28/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                   04/28/2011 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                   Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 03/08/2011; no inspections.

                                                                                   Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be
                                                                                   requested June 6, 2011.


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                                                                CITY OF JACKSON

                                                       CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2011
                                                                 (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation   Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
112 E Wilkins St (5-0204)    01/13/2011 Garage damaged by fire. 01/13/2011 Condemned garage.
JECS Properties                                                 01/20/2011 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 14 days to pull demolition
Garage                                                          permit or permit to repairs and 30 days to demolish or duration of permit to repair.
                                                                02/22/2011 Reinspection conducted, no change in status. Remains dangerous and unsafe.

                                                                            Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 03/18/2011; final disapproved 03/25/2011.

                                                                            Current Status: Property demolished by owner, released from condemnation.




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                                                                      CITY OF JACKSON

                                                           CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                       (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation              Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
930 Backus St (2-1243)       12/28/2010 Smoke/fire damage throughout       12/28/2010 Condemned house.
James Cannon                 home. Open holes in roof, ceilings collapsed. 12/30/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 60 days to demolish.
House                                                                      03/01/2011 Reinspection conducted, no change in status, remains dangerous and unsafe.

                                                                                  Permit Information: Building permit issued 03/16/2011; no inspections. Electrical permit
                                                                                  issued 03/16/2011; service approved 03/17/2011.

                                                                                  Current Status: Permits issued, monitor permits for compliance.



906 N Blackstone St (1-0478)        11/09/2010 Fire damage throughout house.     11/09/2010 Condemned house.
John Potter Rev Liv Trust           Property in danger of collapse.              11/10/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 14 days to complete
House                                                                            demolition.
                                                                                 12/01/2010 Reinspection revealed; no permits issued and no change in status of building.

                                                                                 12/16/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                 12/16/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested

                                                                                 Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 04/13/2011; final approved 05/30/2011.

                                                                                  Current Status: Property demolished per Building Board order, released from
                                                                                  condemnation.




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                                                                        CITY OF JACKSON

                                                             CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                             (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #)          Date and reason for condemnation            Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
937 Chittock Ave (5-0648)             10/14/2010 Garage falling and fire damaged. 10/14/2010 Condemned garage.
James Caddell Etal                                                                10/20/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 14 days to pull permit
Garage                                                                            and 45 days to demolish.
                                                                                  01/20/2011 Reinspection conducted, property remains dangerous and unsafe.
Per County Treasurer – 2010 taxes delinquent
                                                                                  02/24/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                  02/24/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested

                                                                                        Permit Information: Roofing permit issued 11/10/2010; no inspections; expired
                                                                                        05/09/2011.

                                                                                        Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded
                                                                                        04/27/2011.



816 Eaton St (2-1703)                08/12/2010 Garage is deteriorated and              08/12/2010 Condemned garage.
Karen Brown (New owner 12/2010)      decayed; roof system collapsed.                    08/17/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 45 days to complete
Fletcher Hall                                                                           repairs.
Garage                                                                                  11/03/2010 Reinspection conducted; no progress.

                                                                                       11/18/2010 Staff recommended continuing until the December meeting for owner to
                                                                                       provide plan on repairs/demolition.
                                                                                       11/18/2010 Board continued until the December Board meeting.

                                                                                       12/16/2010 Staff recommended continuing until the January meeting for the new owner to
                                                                                       pull permit and start repairs.
                                                                                       12/16/2010 Board continued until the January Board meeting.

                                                                                       01/27/2011 Staff recommended continuing until the April meeting for the ground to thaw
                                                                                       and owner to start repairs on foundation.
                                                                                       01/27/2011 Board continued until the April Board meeting.

                                                                                       Permit Information: Building permit issued 01/27/2011; no inspections.

                                                                                        Current Status: Property repaired by owner, released from condemnation.



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                                                                       CITY OF JACKSON

                                                            CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                         (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation              Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
915 Everhard St (5-0496)     03/01/2010 House is deteriorated and decayed. 03/01/2010 Condemned house.
Katrina Foster               Chimney collapsed, open and accessible, hole  03/03/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 45 days to complete repairs.
House                        in flooring, foundation crumbling.            05/03/2010 Reinspection conducted; no progress being made on repairs.

County foreclosed, Now County owned                                                  05/27/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                     05/27/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                     Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 03/07/2011; final disapproved 03/22/2011.

                                                                                     Current Status: Building has been demolished as of 03/10/2011 final grade inspection not
                                                                                     approved 03/23/2011, awaiting final clean up.



910 First St (3-2031)               11/30/2010 Garage is deteriorated and decayed.   11/30/2010 Condemned garage.
Greg Remisovsky                     Rotted roof system, rotted wall system.          12/02/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 28 days to demolish.
Garage                                                                               01/03/2011 Reinspection conducted; no progress, remains dangerous and unsafe.

County foreclosed, Now County owned                                                  01/27/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                     01/27/2011 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                     Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                     Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition requested
                                                                                     03/08/2011.




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                                                                         CITY OF JACKSON

                                                              CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                          (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation            Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
703 E Ganson St (7-0701)     12/21/2010 Rotting roof framing, water      12/21/2010 Condemned house.
Candy Moffitt                damaged ceilings. Unsafe breezeway framing. 12/29/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 7 days to get permit and
House                                                                    until permit expires to complete work.
                                                                         01/31/2011 Reinspection conducted; no progress, remains dangerous and unsafe.

                                                                                     02/24/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                     02/24/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested

                                                                                     Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                     Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded
                                                                                     04/27/2011.



407 Homewild Ave (7-0319)             08/12/2010 Garages are deteriorated and        08/12/2010 Condemned garages.
Brandy Ekins                          decayed. Roof’s have holes in them             08/17/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 28 days to complete.
Garages                               and are collapsing.                            09/17/2010 Reinspection conducted; no progress.

Per County Treasurer – parcel in forfeiture                                          10/28/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
2009 and 2010 taxes delinquent                                                       10/28/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                     Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 03/07/2011; final disapproved 03/23/2011.

                                                                                     Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded
                                                                                     01/07/2011. Property is in partial demolition stage, one garage has been demolished and
                                                                                     inspector is working with contractor to have the second one demolished.




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                                                                      CITY OF JACKSON

                                                            CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                       (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #)          Date and reason for condemnation               Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
334 N Horton St (8-0163)              02/01/2010 Garage deteriorated and collapsing. 02/01/2010 Condemned garage.
Kassie Elliott                                                                       02/10/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 1 month to complete
Garage                                                                               repairs.
                                                                                     03/10/2010 Reinspection conducted; owner is working on making repairs.
Per County Treasurer – parcel in forfeiture
2009 and 2010 taxes delinquent                                                       03/24/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                     03/24/2011 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                  Permit Information: Roofing permit issued 03/22/2010; no inspections.

                                                                                  Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be
                                                                                  requested 04/25/2011.




                                                                                 11
                                                                   CITY OF JACKSON

                                                         CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                    (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation         Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
421 Jefferson St (1-0694)    04/05/2010 Fire damage throughout house. 04/05/2010 Condemned house.
Davonne Pierce                                                        04/07/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 90 days to complete
House                                                                 repairs.
                                                                      07/12/2010 Reinspection conducted, no progress. Owner is awaiting Insurance settlement.

                                                                               07/29/2010 Staff recommended tabling until the August meeting to see if owner is able to
                                                                               settle with insurance company.
                                                                               07/29/2010 Board tabled until the August Board meeting.

                                                                               08/26/2010 Staff recommended tabling until the October meeting to allow owner time to
                                                                               attend hearing regarding insurance settlement.
                                                                               08/26/2010 Board tabled until the October Board meeting.

                                                                               10/28/2010 Staff recommended continuing until the November meeting. Owner still
                                                                               waiting on insurance settlement.
                                                                               10/28/2010 Board continued until the November Board meeting.

                                                                               11/18/2010 Staff recommended continuing until the December meeting. Owner is still
                                                                               working with the insurance company.
                                                                               11/18/2010 Board continued until the December Board meeting.

                                                                               12/16/2010 Staff recommended continuing until the January meeting. Owner has settled
                                                                               but awaiting payment.
                                                                               12/16/2010 Board continued until the January Board meeting.

                                                                               01/27/2011 Staff recommended continuing until the February meeting. Owner has settled
                                                                               but is awaiting payment.
                                                                               01/27/2011 Board continued until the February Board meeting.

                                                                               02/24/2011 Staff recommended continuing until the March meeting.
                                                                               02/24/2011 Board continued until the March Board meeting.




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                                                                       CITY OF JACKSON

                                                            CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                        (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation  Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
421 Jefferson St (continued)                                   03/24/2011 Staff recommended continuing until the April meeting.
                                                               03/24/2011 Board continued until the April Board meeting.

                                                                                     Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                     Current Status: Property being repaired by owner, released into open permit status.



1223 Maple Ave (4-0939)             08/18/2010 Property open and accessible          08/18/2010 Condemned house/garage.
Elisabeth McKinch                   three times in the past two years.               08/25/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 60 days to complete
House/Garage                                                                         repairs.
                                                                                     10/25/2010 Reinspection conducted; no progress.
Per County Treasurer – 2009 and 2010 taxes owing
                                                                                     01/27/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                     01/27/2011 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                     Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                     Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded
                                                                                     04/17/2011.



116 W Mason St (4-0122)             12/21/2010 Fourth open and accessible            12/21/2010 Condemned house.
Alexander Bodo Jr                   in 2 years. Windows broken out and front door    12/29/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 45 days to complete
House                               open and unable to be locked.                    repairs.
                                                                                     02/14/2010 Reinspection conducted, no change in status, remains dangerous and unsafe.
Per County Treasurer – 2010 taxes owing
                                                                                     Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                     Current Status: Property secured by DPW, released from condemnation.




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                                                                      CITY OF JACKSON

                                                           CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                          (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation         Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
603 Oakhill Ave (2-1037)     07/02/2010 Fire damage throughout house. 07/02/2010 Condemned house.
Mark Deneka                                                           07/07/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 120 days to complete
House                                                                 repairs.
                                                                      11/08/2010 Reinspection conducted; no change in structure.

                                                                                     12/16/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                     12/16/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested

                                                                                     Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 04/13/2011; finaled 04/19/2011.

                                                                                     Current Status: Property demolished per Building Board order, released from
                                                                                     condemnation.



502 Page Ave (6-0736)             09/28/2010 Garage roof is collapsing.             09/28/2010 Condemned garage.
Hector Trujillo                                                                     10/05/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 180 days to complete
Garage                                                                              repairs.
                                                                                    04/05/2011 Reinspection scheduled.

                                                                                    Permit Information: 10/12/2010 Demolition permit issued; final disapproved 11/29/2010.

                                                                                     Current Status: Property demolished by owner, released from condemnation.




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                                                                       CITY OF JACKSON

                                                            CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                       (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #)           Date and reason for condemnation            Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
220 E Robinson St (5-1466)             07/06/2010 Garage deteriorated and decayed. 07/06/2010 Condemned house/garage.
Ronald Austin Sr                       Garage roof has collapsed. House roof       07/15/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 90 days to complete
House/Garage                           is deteriorated and decayed; rotted.        repairs.
                                                                                   08/11/2010 Publication required.
Per County Treasurer – parcel is in forfeiture                                     10/18/2010 Reinspection conducted; no progress.
2008 and 2009 taxes delinquent
                                                                                   11/18/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                   11/18/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                  Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 03/24/2011; no inspections.

                                                                                  Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded
                                                                                  01/12/2011.



412 Third St (3-0196)               02/01/2010 Fire damage to house.              02/01/2010 Condemned house.
Hugh Hiller                                                                       02/10/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 4 months to complete
House                                                                             repairs.
                                                                                  06/10/2010 Reinspection conducted, no progress.
Per County Treasurer – 2010 taxes delinquent
                                                                                  07/29/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                  07/29/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded 09/17/2010.

                                                                                  Permit Information: Electrical permit issued 07/12/2010; finaled 07/20/2010.

                                                                                  Current Status: Owner has filed in Circuit Court to stop demolition, hearing scheduled for
                                                                                  March 2011.




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                                                                     CITY OF JACKSON

                                                           CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                      (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #)        Date and reason for condemnation             Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
781 Tomlinson St (6-1322)           05/04/2010 Roof system rotted and caving in. 05/04/2010 Condemned garage.
John Babchook                                                                    05/05/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 4 months to complete
Garage                                                                           repairs.
                                                                                 08/11/2010 Publication required.
Per County Treasurer – 2009 and 2010taxes delinquent, in forfeiture              10/01/2010 Reinspection conducted; no progress.

                                                                                 10/28/2010 Staff recommended tabling until the November meeting for owner to get prices
                                                                                 for repair vs. demolition.
                                                                                 10/28/2010 Board tabled until the November Board meeting

                                                                                 11/18/2010 Staff recommended continuing until the December meeting to meet with
                                                                                 owner/contractor regarding repairs.
                                                                                 11/18/2010 Board continued until the December Board meeting.

                                                                                 12/16/2010 Staff recommended continuing until the January meeting to meet with owner
                                                                                 and conduct inspection.
                                                                                 12/16/2010 Board continued until the January Board meeting.

                                                                                 01/27/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                 01/27/2011 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                 Permit Information: No permits issued to date.

                                                                                 Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition requested
                                                                                 03/08/2011.




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                                                                        CITY OF JACKSON

                                                             CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                          (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #)        Date and reason for condemnation       Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
803 E Washington Ave (6-1548)       07/28/2010 Foundation deteriorated and 07/28/2010 Condemned house/garage.
Rudy/Dorothy Meyers                 decayed. Garage pushed off foundation. 07/29/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 60 days to complete
House/Garage                                                               repairs or demolish.
                                                                           11/03/2010 Reinspection scheduled.
Per County Treasurer – 2009 and 2010 taxes delinquent, in forfeiture
                                                                           11/18/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                           11/18/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order. Bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                      Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 03/24/2011; no inspection.

                                                                                      Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded
                                                                                      01/12/2011.



221 N Webster St (2-0198)           10/19/2010 Garage roof and walls falling.         10/19/2010 Condemned garage and porch foundation.
Norman/Kimberly Corts               Structure likely to collapse. Porch foundation    10/20/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 30 days to complete
Garage/Porch Foundation             crumbling.                                        repairs.
                                                                                      11/22/2010 Reinspection scheduled.
Per County Treasurer – 2009 taxes delinquent
Property now in forfeiture                                                            11/18/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                                      11/18/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order. Bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                                      Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 03/24/2011; no inspection.

                                                                                      Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition awarded
                                                                                      01/12/2011.




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                                                                  CITY OF JACKSON

                                                         CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2010
                                                                   (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #) Date and reason for condemnation         Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
334 W Wilkins St (4-0403)    11/19/2010 Fire damage throughout house. 11/19/2010 Condemned house.
George Taylor III            Property in danger of collapsing.        12/02/2010 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 5 days to pull permit and
House                                                                 10 days to demolish.
                                                                      12/14/2010 Reinspection conducted; no change in progress.

                                                                              01/27/2011 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                              01/27/2011 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition to be requested.

                                                                              Permit Information: Demolition permit issued 04/26/2011; no inspections.

                                                                              Current Status: Building Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bids for demolition requested
                                                                              03/08/2011.




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                                                                   CITY OF JACKSON

                                                         CONDEMNED PROPERTIES 2009
                                                                    (Dangerous and Unsafe)

Property Address (Stencil #)          Date and reason for condemnation Summary of Activities and Building Code Board of Appeals actions
=============================================================================================================================
902 Maple Ave (4-0857)                10/05/09 Fire and smoke damage.  10/05/09 Condemned house.
Anthony Gittens                                                        10/28/09 Notice and Order mailed to owner(s). Owner given 4 months to complete repairs.
House                                                                  03/01/2010 Reinspection revealed temporary tarp and boarded up to north fire damaged
                                                                       roof. Recheck in 1 month and if no progress schedule for building board.
Per County Treasurer – parcel is in forfeiture
2009 and 2010 taxes delinquent                                         04/29/2010 Staff recommended UPHOLDING Notice and Order.
                                                                       04/29/2010 Board UPHELD Notice and Order, bides for demolition awarded 08/03/2010.

                                                                               Permit Information: Building permit issued 02/04/2010; demolition consult on 10/01/2010.

                                                                               Current Status: 08/24/2010 Owner filed in Circuit Court. Demolition order put on hold.




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                                                     CITY OF JACKSON

                                                  HAZARDOUS PROPERTIES
                                                    (Secured and Released)

                                       Date of                          Date                      Date
Property Address (Stencil #)         Complaint             Referred to DPW or Contractor         Secured
=====================================================================================================================
314 W Biddle St (4-0548)             04/27/2011                      05/05/2011
JP Morgan Chase Bank
House

308 N Columbus St (7-0301)           04/07/2011                      04/11/2011                 04/11/2011
Corrine Goodlow
House

1508 Deyo St (6-0480)                04/12/2011                      04/15/2011                 04/15/2011
William Ivey Estate
House

503 First St (4-0389)                04/06/2011                      04/11/2011                 04/11/2011
Scott/Melissa Hiller
House

1019 First St (4-1253)               04/11/2011                      04/15/2011                 04/15/2011
P & M Investments
House

2019 First St (3-3211)               04/19/2011                      04/20/2011                 04/21/2011
Cynthia Rowen
House

407 Homewild Ave (7-0319)            04/07/2011                      04/11/2011                 04/11/2011
Brandy Ekins
House

115-17 E Mason St (5-0207)           04/04/2011                      04/06/2011                 04/12/2011
Kenneth Wonnacott
House

800 S Milwaukee St (5-0465)          04/18/2011                      04/20/2011
Charles Mitchell
House


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                                                     CITY OF JACKSON

                                                  HAZARDOUS PROPERTIES
                                                    (Secured and Released)

                                       Date of                          Date                      Date
Property Address (Stencil #)         Complaint             Referred to DPW or Contractor         Secured
=====================================================================================================================
303 W Morrell St (4-1184.1)          04/13/2011                      04/13/2011                 04/14/2011
Todd Smith
House

507-09 Oakhill Ave (2-1046)          04/28/2011                      05/05/2011
Pamela Brown
House

329 W Trail St (2-0902)              03/25/2011                      03/30/2011                 03/31/2011
Debolt Investments LLC
Garage

513 Union St (3-1991)                04/26/2011                      04/27/2011                 05/03/2011
Dennis/LeAnn Conner
House

325 W Wesley St (4-0317)             03/14/2011                      03/17/2011                 03/22/2011
Susan Bolhouse
House

605 Williams St (4-0777)             04/01/2011                      04/06/2011                 04/06/2011
Starting Point Financial
House




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                                                     CITY OF JACKSON

                                             UNFIT FOR HUMAN HABITATION
                                                        (Notice to Vacate)

                             Reason                   Date of         Date         Reported       Vacated        Date
Property Address (Stencil #) Vacated                 Complaint       Vacated          by            by         Released
=============================================================================================================================




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                                                                                  Community Development

                                                                 161 W. Michigan Avenue - Jackson, MI 49201
                                                          Telephone: (517) 788-4060 — Facsimile: (517) 780-4781


May 16, 2011


TO:                Honorable Mayor and City Council

FROM:              Patrick Burtch, Deputy City Manager/Community Development Director

RE:                CDBG and HOME Financial Summaries through April 2011


Attached please find Financial Summaries for CDBG and HOME funds through April 2011.

Please place this item for consideration on the May 24, 2011 City Council agenda.



Cc: Heather Soat, Financial Analyst
    Michelle Pultz, Project Coordinator




S:\Finance\Agenda Items\2010-2011\2011-05-24_April Fin Sum memo.doc
                                                                                       City of Jackson
                                                                            Community Development Block Grant
                                                                                 Monthly Financial Summary
                                                                           For the Ten Months Ended April 30, 2011


                                                                                                                                       Total Funds
                                                                                         Expended          Actual         Actual       Expended-                 Percent
                                                                        Budgeted         Prior Year     Month-to-Date   Year-to-Date     to-Date     Balance      Spent
      Public Services
   1 Family Services & Children's Aid
          FY 2009/2010                                                       10,000           7,263              -            2,737        10,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                        7,000                 -          3,060          6,138          6,138        862        87.7%
   2 JAHC - Homeownership Training                                            8,000                 -            -            5,268          5,268       2,732       65.9%
   3 MLK Summer Program                                                      40,000                 -            -           40,000        40,000          -       100.0%
   4 Center for Family Health                                                20,000                 -            -              -              -       20,000         0.0%
   5 Partnership Park-After School Programs
          FY 2009/2010                                                        5,000           4,485              -              515          5,000         -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                        5,000             -              2,690          2,690          2,690       2,310       53.8%
   6 United Way - 211 Services
          FY 2009/2010                                                       12,000           9,000              -            3,000        12,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                       25,000                 -          5,000         10,000        10,000      15,000        40.0%
   7 Salvation Army - Heating Assistance                                     95,000                 -        41,088          70,000        70,000      25,000        73.7%
   8 AWARE                                                                   15,000                 -            -           10,000        10,000        5,000       66.7%
      Administration
   9 Administration & Planning
          FY 2009/2010                                                     216,425         125,853               -           90,572       216,425          -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                     249,700                  -        14,689         101,567       101,567     148,133        40.7%
      Code Enforcement
 10 City Code Enforcement Division
          FY 2009/2010                                                     450,000         373,952               -           76,048       450,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                     503,345                  -        31,590         306,400       306,400     196,945        60.9%
 11 City Attorney Office                                                     63,000                 -          2,378         25,692        25,692      37,308        40.8%
      Housing Rehabilitation Projects
 12 Owner Occupied Housing Rehabilitation
          FY 2007/2008                                                     259,035         206,871               -           52,164       259,035          -       100.0%
          FY 2008/2009                                                       58,980                 -           450          32,934        32,934      26,046        55.8%

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                                                                                         Expended        Actual         Actual       Expended-                 Percent
                                                                        Budgeted         Prior Year   Month-to-Date   Year-to-Date     to-Date     Balance      Spent
          FY 2009/2010                                                       88,000               -            -              -              -       88,000         0.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                       60,000               -            -              -              -       60,000         0.0%
 13 City Emergency Hazard Repair Program
          FY 2009/2010                                                     125,000           81,944            -           43,056       125,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                     125,000                -           789          23,507        23,507     101,493        18.8%
 14 New Neighbor Program (FY 2005/2006)                                      80,000          64,216            -            5,652        69,868      10,132        87.3%
 15 World Changers
          FY 2008/2009                                                       46,250          16,231            -           30,019        46,250          -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                       45,585               -            -              665           665      44,920         1.5%
 16 Cleanup                                                                  10,000               -            -              -              -       10,000         0.0%
 17 City Rehab Administration (Denied Loans)
          FY 2008/2009                                                        3,000           1,947            -             (874)         1,073       1,927       35.8%
          FY 2009/2010                                                        1,000               -            -              -              -         1,000        0.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                        1,000               -            -              -              -         1,000        0.0%
 18 John George Home - building repairs                                      10,000               -            -            9,660          9,660        340        96.6%
 19 DDA - Façade Loans (FY 2008/2009)                                        18,000           5,026            -              -            5,026     12,974        27.9%
      Street Projects
 20 Mason - Jackson to Mechanic (FY 2009/2010)                               91,000          12,120            -           51,573        63,693      27,307        70.0%
 21 Mason - Mechanic to Francis (FY 2009/2010)                               72,000           6,718            -              -            6,718     65,282         9.3%
 22 Loomis - Leroy to North (FY 2009/2010)                                   90,000          12,393            -              -          12,393      77,607        13.8%
 23 Loomis - North to Argyle (FY 2009/2010)                                  47,000               -            -              -              -       47,000         0.0%
 24 Monroe Street Sidewalk (FY 2009/2010)                                    30,000               -            -           13,576        13,576      16,424        45.3%
 25 Special Assessments (FY 2009/2010)                                       22,718               -            -              -              -       22,718         0.0%
 26 Wilkins - Jackson to Williams                                          103,000                -            -              897           897     102,103         0.9%
 27 Wilkins - Williams to Mechanic                                         106,000                -            -              -              -      106,000         0.0%
 28 Wilkins - Mechanic to Francis                                          136,000                -            -              -              -      136,000         0.0%
 29 Special Assessments                                                      10,000               -            -              -              -       10,000         0.0%
      Other Projects
 30 Public Works - curb ramps
          FY 2008/2009                                                       40,000          33,337            -            6,663        40,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2009/2010                                                       67,523               -            -           38,135        38,135      29,388        56.5%
          FY 2010/2011                                                       20,000               -            -              -              -       20,000         0.0%
 31 Tree Removal/Replacement
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                                                                                         Expended        Actual         Actual       Expended-                 Percent
                                                                        Budgeted         Prior Year   Month-to-Date   Year-to-Date     to-Date     Balance      Spent
          FY 2009/2010                                                       25,000          18,751            -              -          18,751        6,249       75.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                       14,000               -            -              -              -       14,000         0.0%
      Economic Development
 32 Job Creation Loans                                                       50,000               -            -              -              -       50,000         0.0%
      Public Improvements
 33 Grand River Arts Walk (FY 2008/2009)                                   328,906         300,530             -           28,376       328,906          -       100.0%
 34 JPD Equipment                                                             7,752               -            -              -              -         7,752        0.0%
 35 Demolition                                                               38,000               -            -              -              -       38,000         0.0%




      NOTE: All funds are FY 2010/2011 allocations unless otherwise indicated




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                                                                                                                                       Total Funds
                                                                                         Expended          Actual         Actual       Expended-                 Percent
                                                                        Budgeted         Prior Year     Month-to-Date   Year-to-Date     to-Date     Balance      Spent
   1 Rehabilitation Assistance Program
          FY 2009/2010                                                     547,129           52,568          89,636         392,504       445,072     102,057        81.3%
          FY 2010/2011                                                     216,615                  -            -              -              -      216,615         0.0%
   2 HOME Administration
          FY 2009/2010                                                      30,000                  -            -           30,000        30,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                      30,400                  -            -              -              -       30,400         0.0%
   3 JAHC - Downpayment Assistance
          FY 2009/2010                                                      25,000            7,405              -              -            7,405     17,595        29.6%
          FY 2010/2011                                                      40,000                  -            -              -              -       40,000         0.0%
   4 JAHC - CHDO Operating Expenses
          FY 2008/2009                                                      12,000           10,458              -            1,542        12,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2009/2010                                                      15,000                  -          1,986          3,734          3,734     11,266        24.9%
          FY 2010/2011                                                      18,000                  -            -              -              -       18,000         0.0%
   5 JAHC - CHDO Acquisition/Rehab/Resale
          FY 2008/2009                                                      60,000           43,306              -           16,694        60,000          -       100.0%
          FY 2009/2010                                                      55,477                  -            -           48,080        48,080        7,397       86.7%
          FY 2010/2011                                                      90,000              -                -              -              -       90,000         0.0%
   6 JAHC - Administration
          FY 2009/2010                                                        5,000           2,102              -            2,898          5,000         -       100.0%
          FY 2010/2011                                                        6,000                 -          3,009          4,600          4,600       1,400       76.7%
   7 CAA - New Construction (FY 2006/2007)                                  39,092           35,750              -            3,342        39,092          -       100.0%
   8 Habitat for Humanity (FY 2008/2009)                                    69,800           56,533              -            9,132        65,665        4,135       94.1%




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             Financial Statements
                       As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                            (Unaudited)




INDEX:                                                               Page
 General Fund Expenditure Summary                                     1-2
 All Other Funds - Expenditure Summary                                3-4
 All Funds - Revenue Summary                                          5-6
 Notes to Revenue & Expenditure Summaries                              7
                                         City of Jackson, Michigan
                                    General Fund Expenditure Summary
                             As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                          (Prepared on the Adopted Budget-Basis )

                                                      2010/11            Actual        Actual               Variance -
                                                       Budget            Month          Year       Percent Favorable
Function Department                           Original     Amended       To Date       To Date      Spent (Unfavorable)

Legislative :
101-101     City Council                          81,472       81,472          5,769      67,604    82.98%      13,868

Judicial:
101-137     Administrative Hearings Bureau        22,851       22,851          1,879      16,380    71.68%        6,471
                                                  22,851       22,851          1,879      16,380    71.68%        6,471

General Government :
101-172     City Manager                          258,765     258,765         17,139     172,043    66.49%      86,722
101-192     City Clerk-Elections                  134,401     134,401          6,443     108,163    80.48%      26,238
101-201     Finance                               403,965     403,965         34,341     332,531    82.32%      71,434
101-209     City Assessor                         306,843     306,843         23,659     241,194    78.61%      65,649
101-210     City Attorney                         410,912     410,912         25,756     302,656    73.65%     108,256
101-215     City Clerk                            186,360     185,360         13,277     144,504    77.96%      40,856
101-226     Personnel                             262,782     262,782         17,790     196,998    74.97%      65,784
101-233     Purchasing                             86,167      86,167          5,850      70,746    82.10%      15,421
101 253
101-253     Cit T
            City Treasurer                        268,927
                                                  268 927     268,927
                                                              268 927         20 133
                                                                              20,133     210 414
                                                                                         210,414    78 24%
                                                                                                    78.24%      58 513
                                                                                                                58,513
101-254     City Income Tax                       202,486     202,486         12,438     143,765    71.00%      58,721
101-258     Management Information Services       313,183     313,183         23,104     292,214    93.30%      20,969
101-265     City Hall & Grounds                   325,386     325,386         27,858     275,360    84.63%      50,026
101-276     Cemeteries                            427,079     427,079         25,845     309,807    72.54%     117,272
101-299     Unallocated                           582,029     578,696         41,874     475,323    82.14%     103,373
                                                4,169,285   4,164,952        295,507   3,275,718    78.65%     889,234
Police Department :
101-301     Police                              7,801,119   7,801,119        522,135   5,802,748    74.38%    1,998,371
101-303     Police Youth Services - JPS           289,234     289,234         15,403     174,569    60.36%      114,665
101-308     STEP Grants                                 0      13,333              0           0     0.00%       13,333
101-311     JCCAE Grant                                 0      11,898              0       7,274    61.14%        4,624
101-313     Consortium Training                    18,403      18,403            189       9,868    53.62%        8,535
101-314     In-Service Training                    12,363      12,363              0       8,199    66.32%        4,164
101-315     MCOLES Training                             0      34,039              0           0     0.00%       34,039
101-318     Police Grants-Other                         0      46,512              0           0     0.00%       46,512
101-319     ARRA Block Grant                            0           0         35,429     134,350     N/A       (134,350) Note 2
                                                8,121,119   8,226,901        573,156   6,137,008    74.60%    2,089,893
Fire Department :
101-337     Fire Administration                   274,262     274,262         22,361     254,991    92.97%      19,271
101-340     Fire Suppression                    4,145,181   4,145,181        271,955   3,319,166    80.07%     826,015
101-341     Fire Prevention                        12,136      12,136          1,382       7,223    59.52%       4,913
101-343     Fire Training                         189,466     189,466            312     131,594    69.46%      57,872
                                                4,621,045   4,621,045        296,010   3,712,974    80.35%     908,071
Other Public Safety :
101-350     Public Safety - Unallocated         1,751,129   1,751,129         87,781   1,319,899    75.37%     431,230
101-401     Planning                              116,029     116,029              0      56,338    48.56%      59,691
101-426     Office of Emergency Measures           64,315      64,315          6,396      46,788    72.75%      17,527
                                                1,931,473   1,931,473         94,177   1,423,025    73.68%     508,448

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                                          City of Jackson, Michigan
                                     General Fund Expenditure Summary
                              As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                            (Prepared on the Adopted Budget-Basis )
                                                               - Continued -

                                                        2010/11                Actual        Actual                Variance -
                                                        Budget                 Month          Year        Percent Favorable
Function Department                               Original Amended             To Date       To Date       Spent (Unfavorable)

Public Works :
101-441     Tax Property Maintenance                  8,000         8,000             0          3,374     42.18%       4,626
101-442     Civic Affairs                            43,765        43,765         3,160         30,304     69.24%      13,461
101-445     Drains at Large                          60,000        60,000        16,017         41,313     68.86%      18,687
101-446     Storm Drain Construction                 24,400        24,400           436          3,524     14.44%      20,876
101-447     Grounds Maintenance                      42,600        42,600         1,005         33,943     79.68%       8,657
101-448     Sidewalk Construction                    40,000        40,000             0         14,747     36.87%      25,253
101-450     Street Lighting                         521,215       521,215        48,404        363,711     69.78%     157,504
101-455     Weed Control                             31,269        31,269            15         16,134     51.60%      15,135
                                                    771,249       771,249        69,037        507,050     65.74%     264,199
Recreation & Culture :
101-690     Forestry                                 491,297       491,297       35,343         390,041    79.39%     101,256
101-692     Parks, Recreation & Grounds Admin.       587,913       587,913       45,997         441,438    75.09%     146,475
101-697     Parks & Facilities Maintenance           513,587       513,587       41,470         392,107    76.35%     121,480
101-698     Lt. Nixon Memorial Pool                  131,735       131,735        2,712          98,648    74.88%      33,087
101-699     Sharp Park Swimming Pool                  94,877        94,877          141          69,824    73.59%      25,053
101-803     Historical District                       11,973        11,973            0             369     3.08%      11,604
                                                   1,831,382     1,831,382      125,663       1,392,427    76.03%     438,955
Health & Welfare :
101-896     Human Relations                          58,411         58,411          198         34,801     59.58%      23,610

Contributions to Other Funds:
101-999     Contributions to Other Funds:            53,900         54,900               0        1,000     1.82%      53,900

            Total General Fund Expenditures       21,662,187   21,764,636      1,461,396     16,567,987    76.12%    5,196,649




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                                              City of Jackson
                                 All Other Funds - Expenditure Summary
                             As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                         (Prepared on the Adopted Budget-Basis )

                                                     2010/11            Actual         Actual               Variance -
                                                     Budget             Month           Year       Percent Favorable
Fund Type/Fund Name                            Original Amended         To Date        To Date      Spent (Unfavorable)

Special Revenue Funds :
202         Major Street                       5,247,863   5,247,863        178,844    4,012,484    76.46%    1,235,379
203         Local Street                       2,533,973   2,533,973         73,656    1,224,625    48.33%    1,309,348
208         Ella W. Sharp Park Operating         703,161     703,161         54,558      503,503    71.61%      199,658
210         Land Acquisition Fund                 50,000      50,000          2,296       29,561    59.12%       20,439
211         Housing Initiative Fund               30,000      30,000               7       1,919     6.40%       28,081
245         Public Improvement                 1,640,144   1,640,144             428     149,115     9.09%    1,491,029
249         Building Department                  493,757     493,757         27,910      344,173    69.70%      149,584
257         Budget Stabilization                  16,000      16,000               0           0     0.00%       16,000
265         Drug Law Enforcement                  44,791      92,896          5,662       75,358    81.12%       17,538
266         Project Safe Neighborhood Grant            0           0               0      27,370    N/A         (27,370) Note 2
268         BYRNE/JAG Grants                     246,475     291,121         15,678      121,108    41.60%      170,013
269         COPS Hiring Recovery Prog. Grant     385,828     385,828               0     143,984    37.32%      241,844
270         LAWNET Grant                          34,599     130,809         10,300      106,833    81.67%       23,976
289         Neighborhood Stabilization Grant   1,097,325   1,097,325         14,555      298,116    27.17%      799,209
295         2008 Brownfield Assessment Grant     100,000     100,000          1,888       89,549    89.55%       10,451
296         Recreation Activity
                              y                  252,106
                                                    ,        252,106
                                                                ,            19,737
                                                                               ,         151,932
                                                                                            ,       60.27%      100,174
                                                                                                                   ,
297         JPS Recreation Millage Program       241,000     241,000          8,596      187,202    77.68%       53,798
298         2008 Brownfield Revolving Loan       900,000     900,000          1,510        7,813     0.87%      892,187

Debt Service Funds :
323         Mich. Urban Land Assembly D/S         64,000      64,000              0       52,000    81.25%       12,000
324         2003 MTF Bond D/S                    280,925     280,925              0      280,700    99.92%          225
365         City Hall D/S                        635,436     635,436        430,468      636,497   100.17%       (1,061) Note 2
368         Building Authority D/S               128,783     128,783              0      128,333    99.65%          450
395         2001 DDA TIF D/S                   1,244,100   1,244,100              0      166,775    13.41%    1,077,325
398         2002 BRA TIF D/S                     620,128     620,128              0      227,439    36.68%      392,689
399         2007 BRA TIF Refunding D/S           447,729     447,729              0      208,702    46.61%      239,027

Capital Projects Funds :
401         Capital Projects Fund                418,000     418,000          3,681       41,964    10.04%      376,036
402         Water Equipment and Replacement    1,626,851   1,626,851        116,739      708,900    43.57%      917,951
404         Sanitary Sewer Maintenance Fund      500,000     500,000         31,077      272,357    54.47%      227,643
405         Sanitary Sewer Replacement           732,125     732,125          3,364      423,736    57.88%      308,389
406         Wastewater Equip. Replacement      1,620,000   1,620,000            575       53,149     3.28%    1,566,851
494         Brownfield Redevelopment Auth.     1,359,067   1,359,067          2,810      525,204    38.64%      833,863
496         DDA Project                        1,469,209   1,469,209            885      230,701    15.70%    1,238,508

Enterprise Funds :
583         Sharp Park Golf Practice Center       70,603      70,603          3,760       23,743    33.63%       46,860
585         Auto Parking System                   70,401      70,401          4,065       23,613    33.54%       46,788
586         Parking Assessment                   189,342     189,342         22,928      133,056    70.27%       56,286
590         Sewer                              6,690,773   6,690,773        539,349    3,861,031    57.71%    2,829,742
591         Water                              7,344,283   7,344,283        653,626    4,355,736    59.31%    2,988,547
599         Parking Deck Fund                    820,041     820,041         14,271      131,459    16.03%      688,582

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                                             City of Jackson
                                All Other Funds - Expenditure Summary
                            As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                        (Prepared on the Adopted Budget-Basis )
                                                             - Continued -

                                                       2010/11               Actual        Actual               Variance -
                                                       Budget                Month          Year       Percent Favorable
Fund Type/Fund Name                              Original Amended            To Date       To Date      Spent (Unfavorable)

Internal Service Funds :
641         Public Works Administration            636,115       636,115       47,366        424,131    66.68%     211,984
642         Engineering Administration             357,487       357,487       44,190        319,416    89.35%      38,071
643         Local Site Remediation Revolving       201,000       201,000            0              0     0.00%     201,000
661         Motor Pool and Garage                1,711,914     1,711,914       97,853      1,061,203    61.99%     650,711
663         Equipment Revolving Fund                23,798        23,798            0         23,798   100.00%           0
677         Workers' Compensation                  658,325       658,325       41,534        667,451   101.39%      (9,126) Note 2
678         Prescription Drug                      888,800       888,800       78,090        630,197    70.90%     258,603
679         Health Care Deductible Reimb.           89,180        89,180        2,796         25,757    28.88%      63,423
680         Health Care Deductible Reimb.-Fire     223,250       223,250       20,221        100,819    45.16%     122,431

Trust & Agency Funds :
702         County & School Tax Collection          50,000        50,000            0              0     0.00%       50,000
711         Cemetery Perpetual Maintenance          64,500        64,500        2,245          6,862    10.64%       57,638
718         Ella W. Sharp Endowment                 45,000        45,000            0              0     0.00%       45,000
731         Employees' Retirement System         2,700,000     2,700,000      280,122      2,664,034    98.67%       35,966
732         Policemen s/Firemen s
            Policemen's/Firemen's Pension        1,050,000
                                                 1 050 000     1,050,000
                                                               1 050 000      192 751
                                                                              192,751        501 697
                                                                                             501,697    47.78%
                                                                                                        47 78%      548 303
                                                                                                                    548,303
733         Policemen's/Firemen's Pens.-345      4,750,000     4,750,000       53,651      3,367,235    70.89%    1,382,765
736         Public Employees Health Care            10,000        10,000          556          5,075    50.75%        4,925

Special Assessment Funds :
895         Special Assessment                    365,529       365,529                0     306,226    83.78%      59,303




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                                             City of Jackson
                                      All Funds - Revenue Summary
                            As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                       (Prepared on the Adopted Budget-Basis )
                                                     2010/11             Actual        Actual
                                                     Budget              Month          Year          Percent
Fund/Fund Name                                 Original Amended          To Date       To Date       Collected

General Fund :
 Property Taxes                                 7,016,817    7,016,817      62,051      6,343,580      90.41%
 Income Taxes                                   6,900,000    6,900,000   1,128,303      6,359,484      92.17%
 Licenses & Permits                               252,750      252,750      14,089        149,336      59.08%
 Federal Grants                                     3,522       54,180       2,833        222,637     410.92%
 State Grants                                      14,603       48,642           0          6,413      13.18%
 State Revenue Sharing                          4,392,762    4,392,762           0      2,396,613      54.56%
 Contributions From Local Units                   146,659      156,659           0         59,157      37.76%
 Charges For Goods & Services                   1,323,740    1,323,740     606,228        932,444      70.44%
 Fines & Forfeits                                 258,060      258,060      21,451        193,159      74.85%
 Investment Income                                110,000      110,000         309          3,460       3.15%
 Contributions From Other Funds                   194,850      202,602       2,806         40,815      20.15%
 Miscellaneous                                    533,229      533,229      21,800        614,250     115.19%
              Total General Fund Revenues      21,146,992   21,249,441   1,859,870     17,321,348      81.51%

Special Revenue Funds :
202         Major Street                        5,258,954    5,258,954       182,113    3,628,210      68.99%
203         Local Street                        2,508,281    2,508,281        55,556      838,794      33.44%
208          ll     Sharp Park O
            Ella W. Sh        k Operating
                                      i            22 0 0
                                                  722,050       22 0 0
                                                               722,050        23 44
                                                                              23,744      30
                                                                                          307,7711     42 62%
                                                                                                       42.62%
210         Land Acquisition Fund                  50,000       50,000             0             0      0.00%
211         Housing Initiative Fund                30,000       30,000           114       11,946      39.82%
245         Public Improvement                  1,115,903    1,115,903           520      992,868      88.97%
249         Building Inspection                   498,057      498,057        36,472      387,251      77.75%
257         Budget Stabilization                   16,000       16,000           299         6,831     42.69%
265         Drug Law Enforcement                   41,758       41,758         1,099       48,003     114.96%
266         Project Safe Neighborhood Grant             0            0             0       27,370      N/A    Note 2
268         BYRNE/JAG Grants                      246,475      291,121        48,496       85,514      29.37%
269         COPS Hiring Recovery Prog. Grant      385,828      385,828        46,018      143,984      37.32%
270         LAWNET Grant                           34,599      130,809        10,468       96,523      73.79%
289         Neighborhood Stabilization Grant    1,097,325    1,097,325       247,003      225,622      20.56%
295         2008 Brownfield Assessment Grant      100,000      100,000             0       77,568      77.57%
296         Recreation Activity                   263,500      263,500        34,561      192,356      73.00%
297         JPS Recreation Millage Program        245,800      245,800             0      123,434      50.22%
298         2008 Brownfield Revolving Loan        900,000      900,000             0         6,303      0.70%
Debt Service Funds :
323         Mich. Urban Land Assembly D/S          64,000       64,000            0       52,000       81.25%
324         2003 MTF Bond D/S                     280,925      280,925            0      280,700       99.92%
365         2003 City Hall D/S                    637,000      637,000          112      581,011       91.21%
368         Building Authority D/S                128,783      128,783            0      128,333       99.65%
395         2001 DDA TIF D/S                    1,244,100    1,244,100            0      166,775       13.41%
398         2002 BRA TIF D/S                      620,128      620,128            0      227,439       36.68%
399         2007 BRA TIF Refunding D/S            447,729      447,729            0      208,702       46.61%
Capital Projects Funds :
401         Capital Projects Fund                418,000      418,000             11      49,499       11.84%
402         Water Equipment and Replacement      961,650      961,650         78,750     793,419       82.51%
404         Sanitary Sewer Maintenance Fund      500,000      500,000         31,034     276,829       55.37%
405         Sanitary Sewer Replacement           664,400      664,400         54,369     549,267       82.67%
406         Wastewater Equip. Replacement        643,000      643,000         52,114     528,207       82.15%
                                                                                                                       (Continued-)


5/12/2011                                            * See Notes on Page 7                                                Page 5
                                              City of Jackson
                                       All Funds - Revenue Summary
                             As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                         (Prepared on the Adopted Budget-Basis )
                                                             - Continued -

                                                       2010/11               Actual      Actual
                                                       Budget                Month        Year        Percent
Fund/Fund Name                                   Original Amended            To Date     To Date     Collected

Capital Projects Funds : (Continued)
494         Brownfield Redevelopment Auth.       1,356,900     1,356,900          475       11,938      0.88%
496         DDA Project                          1,149,393     1,149,393           17          789      0.07%

Enterprise Funds :
583         Sharp Park Golf Practice Center         72,700        72,700        5,173       24,736     34.02%
585         Auto Parking System                     57,270        57,270        1,087       49,481     86.40%
586         Parking Assessment                     102,564       102,564        2,219       44,574     43.46%
590         Sewer                                5,362,750     5,362,750      456,015    3,465,472     64.62%
591         Water                                6,337,828     6,337,828      660,946    4,889,409     77.15%
599         Parking Deck Fund                      255,800       255,800          408      258,126    100.91%

Internal Service Funds :
641         Public Works Administration            613,640       613,640       45,468      499,969     81.48%
642         Engineering Administration             361,287       361,287       24,523      263,016     72.80%
643         Local Site Remediation Revolving       179,000       179,000          101        2,297      1.28%
661         Motor Pool d Garage
            M t P l and G                        1 332 225
                                                 1,332,225     1 332 225
                                                               1,332,225       77 961
                                                                               77,961    1 053 439
                                                                                         1,053,439     79 07%
                                                                                                       79.07%
663         Equipment Revolving Fund                23,798        23,798            0       23,798    100.00%
677         Workers' Compensation                  325,300       325,300       16,542      202,781     62.34%
678         Prescription Drug                      810,500       810,500       67,999      605,463     74.70%
679         Health Care Deductible Reimb.          123,000       123,000        6,052       79,738     64.83%
680         Health Care Deductible Reimb.-Fire     223,250       223,250       12,715      145,603     65.22%

Trust & Agency Funds :
702         County & School Tax Collection          50,000        50,000         3,391      15,595     31.19%
711         Cemetery Perpetual Maintenance          89,500        89,500         2,683      40,928     45.73%
718         Ella W. Sharp Endowment                 45,000        45,000             0           0      0.00%
731         Employees' Retirement System         4,160,000     4,160,000       987,833   7,571,118    182.00%
732         Policemen's/Firemen's Pension        1,112,329     1,112,329       301,992   1,118,387    100.54%
733         Policemen's/Firemen's Pension-345    7,247,800     7,247,800     1,105,823   9,872,113    136.21%
736         Public Employees Health Care           120,480       120,480        21,734      85,095     70.63%

Special Assessment Funds :
895         Special Assessment                    365,529        365,529           65       31,732      8.68%




5/12/2011                                             * See Notes on Page 7                                      Page 6
                                           City of Jackson
                            Notes to Revenue & Expenditure Summaries
                          As of and For the 10 Months Ended April 30, 2011
                                     (Prepared on the Adopted Budget-Basis )


Note 1:     Revenues do not include budgeted appropriations from fund balance. These appropriations, together
            with budgeted revenues, are sufficient to fund budgeted expenditures, in accordance with State law.

Note 2:     A budget amendment to correct this variance is pending.




5/12/2011                                          * See Notes on Page 7                                          Page 7
                           JACKSON CITY COUNCIL
                      RULES & PERSONNEL COMMITTEE
                    Councilmember Andrew Frounfelker, Chair
                  Councilmembers Carl Breeding and Daniel Greer



May 18, 2011


MEMO TO:              Honorable Mayor and City Councilmembers

FROM:                 Councilmember Andrew Frounfelker, Chair

SUBJECT:              Report from the May 17, 2011, Rules & Personnel Committee
                      Meeting


On May 17, 2011, the Rules & Personnel Committee met with the City Attorney, City
Assessor and City Clerk to discuss and review their annual evaluations, submitted by the
Mayor and City Council. No action was taken.




C: City Manager
                                                                                    Finance Department

                                                       161 W. Michigan Avenue - Jackson, MI 49201
                                                Telephone: (517) 788-4030 — Facsimile: (517) 768-5857
May 18, 2011



TO:             Warren Renando, City Manager

FROM:           Philip Hones, Finance Director

RE:             PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET RESOLUTION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011/12


Attached is the proposed Annual Budget Resolution for fiscal year 2011/12 scheduled for adoption at the
City Council meeting of May 24th.

The Annual Budget Resolution:

    1) Adopts the fiscal year 2011/12 budget for all City funds (except for the CDBG Funds, which are
       adopted separately),
    2) Amends the current fiscal year 2010/11 budget to those amounts projected, and
    3) Orders the levy of City tax rates on the taxable value of all classes of property.

Inclusion of the amendment of the current fiscal year budget (item 2 above) in this Resolution not only
streamlines the budget process but also assures that both the current fiscal year as well as the proposed
budget for next fiscal year are as reflected in the forthcoming 2011/12 Adopted Budget document.

There have been some changes incorporated into this resolution since the City Manager’s Proposed
Budget notebook was distributed in April. Those changes are:

        General Fund-

            -  Increase the Contribution from the General Fund to the Policemen’s and Firemen’s
                   Pension Fund from the proposed amount of $ 480,000 for this year and next to the
                   final pension board approved amount of $ 500,000 each year. This still results in a
                   savings of $ 469,582 over the previous actuarial contributions recommended and
                   approved by the pension board. In addition, it is expected that actuarial and legal fees
                   associated with this change to the initial actuarial study will approximate $ 6,400.
            - Increase the Police Budget by $ 15,000 for the retention of a Communications Specialist
                   position through 9/30/11. This position was scheduled for layoff at June 30th but the
                   agreement recently approved with the MAPE union requires no layoffs through
                   9/30/11.

        Other Funds-

            -   Changed the DDA Debt Service Funds # 395 and # 396 as well as the Downtown
                   Development Authority Project Fund # 496 to reflect the bond sale for the partial
                   refunding of the existing DDA TIF Bonds that is now planned for August of next
                   fiscal year rather the initial bond sale date of May 2 of this fiscal year.
            -   Deleted all capital in the Motor Pool Fund. Any capital outlay deemed necessary by the
                   City Manager will be separately considered and included in the final budget.
RE:     PROPOSED ANNUAL BUDGET RESOLUTION FOR FISCAL YEAR 2011/12 (Cont’d.)



Attached to the proposed Budget Resolution is a revised budget summary for the General Fund which
shows the fund balance is now projected to be approximately 11.72% of expenditures at 6/30/12 after
these revisions. I have also attached the revised DDA TIF Bond budgets that were affected by the delay in
the bond sale now tentatively scheduled for August, 2011.

Please let me know if you have any questions regarding the above.
                               ANNUAL BUDGET RESOLUTION

BY THE CITY COUNCIL:

         WHEREAS, prior to the first regular council meeting in May, the City Manager has submitted to the City
Council an estimate of the revenues and expenditures of the City of Jackson for the period from July 1, 2011,
through June 30, 2012, from detailed information furnished to him by the several departments of the City and has
made recommendations as to the amounts to be appropriated to each of the various funds provided for in the City
Charter; and

         WHEREAS, the City Council has prepared an Annual Budget for said period which is annexed hereto, and
held a duly scheduled public hearing at least seven days prior to the consideration of this resolution;

         NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Annual Budget of the City for the period from July
1, 2011 to June 30, 2012, including Attachment A, revenue summary, and Attachment B, expense summary,
representing the various budgetary centers as defined by P.A. 621 of 1978, as last amended, is hereby adopted;

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the current fiscal year 2010/11 budget be amended to those amounts
reflected in the 2010/11 Projected column as contained in those Attachments A and B.

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that it is ordered that an ad valorem property tax as set forth below be
levied upon the taxable valuation of all taxable real and personal property in the City of Jackson, which is estimated
to be $ 691,658,592.

         BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that it is ordered that a tax as set forth below be levied upon the taxable
valuation of all industrial property qualified under Act 198 of 1974, property qualified under the Neighborhood
Enterprise Zone classification, property qualified under the Land Bank Authority classification and property
qualified under the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Act (O.P.R.A.) in the City of Jackson, which is estimated to be
$ 4,736,943.


                         General Operating                                   6.7192 mills
                         Public Improvements                                 1.9197 mills
                         City Hall Debt                                       .9500 mills
                         State Act 345 Police and Fire Pension               5.2500 mills
                                                                            14.8389 mills

                                         ****************
State of Michigan )
County of Jackson) ss
City of Jackson )

         I, Lynn Fessel, City Clerk, in and for the City of Jackson, County and State aforesaid do hereby certify that
the foregoing is a true and complete copy of a resolution adopted by the Jackson City Council on the 24th day of
May, 2011.

                                                      IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto
                                                      affixed my signature and the Seal of the City
                                                      of Jackson, Michigan, on this 25th day of
                                                      May, 2011.



                                                                                              City Clerk
                                          Attachment A
                               Revenue Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12


                                        2008/09      2009/10       2010/11       2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
    Fund                                Actual       Actual        Budget       Projected    Proposed     Adopted

101 General Fund:
     Property Taxes                      7,770,119    7,681,891     7,016,817    7,011,317    6,898,278    6,898,278
     Income Taxes                        7,645,706    6,519,574     6,900,000    7,100,000    7,250,000    7,250,000
     Licenses And Permits                  247,399      250,602       252,750      254,725      254,725      254,725
     Federal Grants                         39,808       80,213        15,420      378,624        2,585        2,585
     State Grants                          137,573       40,423        48,642       46,951       12,465       12,465
     State Revenue Sharing               5,281,224    4,458,912     4,392,762    4,330,000    2,286,500    2,286,500
     Charges For Services                1,327,233    1,412,009     1,480,399    1,391,708    1,260,471    1,260,471
     Fines And Forfeits                    224,967      261,677       258,060      233,845      237,580      237,580
     Investment Income                     101,926       23,086       110,000       32,500       50,000       50,000
     Contributions From Other Funds        213,036      154,839       194,850      228,289      171,500      171,500
     Miscellaneous                         367,637      462,053       533,229      576,280      231,177      231,177
                                        23,356,628   21,345,279    21,202,929   21,584,239   18,655,281   18,655,281
202 Major Street:
    Federal & State Grants               1,057,512    1,830,402     1,725,007    2,848,034    1,128,000    1,128,000
    State Gas & Weight Tax               1,846,690    1,813,780     1,737,550    1,737,550    1,750,550    1,750,550
    State Trunkline Maintenance            239,259       97,229       215,816      209,341      209,341      209,341
    Interest                                   568          804             0          100            0            0
    Miscellaneous                          158,963      287,065       476,217      485,371      162,598      162,598
    Contributions From Other Funds         798,565      929,251     1,104,364    1,058,569      662,204      662,204
                                         4,101,557    4,958,531     5,258,954    6,338,965    3,912,693    3,912,693
203 Local Street:
     State Gas & Weight Tax                563,165      552,987       529,881      529,881      540,250      540,250
     Miscellaneous                               0       10,428         9,600        9,750            0            0
     Contributions From Other Funds        521,233      582,869     1,968,800      908,024    1,466,917    1,466,917
                                         1,084,398    1,146,284     2,508,281    1,447,655    2,007,167    2,007,167
208 Ella W. Sharp Park Operating:
     Charges For Goods & Services         542,402      516,855       602,500      563,114      592,000      592,000
     Interest                                   0          110         1,000          100          100          100
     Contributions From Other Funds       188,440      118,822        95,400       91,542       60,050       60,050
     Miscellaneous                          4,300       26,568        23,150       23,800       25,800       25,800
                                          735,142      662,355       722,050      678,556      677,950      677,950
210 Land Acquisition Fund:
     Interest                                  95            0             0            0            0            0
     Charges For Services-Sales                 0            0             0            0            0            0
     Contributions From Other Funds        36,250       50,000        50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000
                                           36,345       50,000        50,000       50,000       50,000       50,000
211 Housing Initiative Fund:
     Interest                                  16              0           0             0           0            0
     Charges For Services-Sales            12,559            475      30,000         3,397      15,000       15,000
     Contributions From Other Funds             0          2,800           0             0           0            0
                                           12,575          3,275      30,000         3,397      15,000       15,000
245 Public Improvement:
     Property Taxes                      1,192,407    1,164,060     1,099,903    1,099,903    1,045,500    1,045,500
     Interest                               29,261       10,416        16,000       11,000       12,000       12,000
                                         1,221,668    1,174,476     1,115,903    1,110,903    1,057,500    1,057,500
249 Building Department:
     Licenses & Permits                   267,385      273,654       366,757      374,290      400,520      400,520
     Charges For Services-Other            42,103       70,752       121,800      145,650      140,000      140,000
     Interest                                 646        3,943         1,000        8,200        4,000        4,000
     Miscellaneous                         10,618       11,811         8,500        9,700       10,000       10,000
     Contributions From Other Funds       120,000       58,000             0            0            0            0
                                          440,752      418,160       498,057      537,840      554,520      554,520




                                                     A-1
                                          Attachment A
                               Revenue Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12


                                         2008/09       2009/10       2010/11        2010/11     2011/12    2011/12
     Fund                                Actual        Actual        Budget        Projected   Proposed    Adopted

257 Budget Stabilization:
     Interest                              38,343        14,159        16,000         16,000      16,000      16,000
                                           38,343        14,159        16,000         16,000      16,000      16,000
265 Drug Law Enforcement:
     Sale of Property                      15,693           905         5,850          6,177       5,100       5,100
     Interest                               1,862           830           785            505         450         450
     Miscellaneous                        151,954        60,742        35,123         97,328      25,700      25,700
                                          169,509        62,477        41,758        104,010      31,250      31,250
266 PSN Initiative Grant
    Federal Grants                         46,251        26,992                0      27,370          0           0
                                           46,251        26,992                0      27,370          0           0
268 Byrne JAG Grant
    Federal Grants                         44,423       294,346       291,121        177,659     167,386     167,386
                                           44,423       294,346       291,121        177,659     167,386     167,386
269 COPS-CHRP Grant
    Federal Grants                                 0    168,159       385,828        198,998     196,246     196,246
                                                   0    168,159       385,828        198,998     196,246     196,246
270 LAWNET Grant:
     Federal Grants                        34,447        48,105        48,105         48,105           0           0
     Contributions From Other Funds        86,637        80,366        82,704         85,549      35,475      35,475
                                          121,084       128,471       130,809        133,654      35,475      35,475
289 Neighborhood Stabilization Grant
    Federal Grants                                 0    539,885      1,097,325       430,153           0           0
    Charges For Services-Sale of Homes             0          0              0             0     265,000     265,000
                                                   0    539,885      1,097,325       430,153     265,000     265,000
293 Waterfront Redevelopment Grant:
    State Grant                             2,000                0             0     284,275          0           0
    Interest & Miscellaneous                    0                0             0           0          0           0
                                            2,000                0             0     284,275          0           0
295 2008 Brownfield Assessment Grant:
     Federal Grants                       128,802       106,360       100,000        138,570      25,000      25,000
                                          128,802       106,360       100,000        138,570      25,000      25,000
296 Recreation Activity:
     Charges For Goods & Services         221,085       228,895       257,000        294,000     294,000     294,000
     Interest & Miscellaneous                 807         5,254         6,500          6,500       6,500       6,500
                                          221,892       234,149       263,500        300,500     300,500     300,500
297 JPS Recreation Millage Program:
     Contribution From JPS                252,733       248,895       241,000        241,000     235,200     235,200
     Miscellaneous                              0         4,695         4,800          4,800       4,800       4,800
                                          252,733       253,590       245,800        245,800     240,000     240,000
298 2008 Brownfield Revolving Loan:
     Federal Grants                                0         3,800    900,000        900,000      96,200      96,200
                                                   0         3,800    900,000        900,000      96,200      96,200
323 MULA Loan Debt Service:
    Contributions From Other Funds        144,000       144,000        64,000         52,000          0           0
                                          144,000       144,000        64,000         52,000          0           0
324 MTF Bond Debt Service:
    Contributions From Other Funds        278,787       278,040       280,925        280,925     283,235     283,235
                                          278,787       278,040       280,925        280,925     283,235     283,235
365 City Hall Debt Service:
     Property Taxes                       584,650       586,926       634,500        636,500     657,500     657,500
     Interest                               4,989           764         2,500              0           0           0
                                          589,639       587,690       637,000        636,500     657,500     657,500
368 Building Authority Debt Service:
     Charges For Goods & Services         128,350       128,934       128,783        128,783     133,360     133,360
                                          128,350       128,934       128,783        128,783     133,360     133,360

                                                       A-2
                                          Attachment A
                               Revenue Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12


                                            2008/09       2009/10       2010/11        2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
    Fund                                    Actual        Actual        Budget        Projected    Proposed     Adopted

395 2001 DDA TIF Debt Service:
     Contributions From Other Funds          1,051,513    1,139,263     1,244,100      1,244,100         550         550
                                             1,051,513    1,139,263     1,244,100      1,244,100         550         550
396 2011 DDA TIF Refunding Debt Service:
     Bond Proceeds                                    0             0             0           0     5,227,418   5,227,418
     Contributions From Other Funds                   0             0             0       1,000       397,410     397,410
                                                      0             0             0       1,000     5,624,828   5,624,828
398 2002 BRA TIF Debt Service:
     Contributions From Other Funds           565,148      590,848       620,128        620,128      637,703      637,703
                                              565,148      590,848       620,128        620,128      637,703      637,703
399 2007 BRA TIF Debt Service:
     Contributions From Other Funds           450,129      448,929       447,729        447,729      446,529      446,529
                                              450,129      448,929       447,729        447,729      446,529      446,529
401 Capital Projects:
     Interest                                      81          674             0              0            0            0
     State Grant                                    0        2,700        70,000              0      170,000      170,000
     Miscellaneous-Donations                      564            0        24,000         46,416            0            0
     Contributions From Other Funds           504,929       49,478       324,000        253,763      465,000      465,000
                                              505,574       52,852       418,000        300,179      635,000      635,000
402 Water Equipment & Replacement:
    Interest & Miscellaneous                    52,315       26,921       21,650         15,600        14,000      14,000
    State & Federal Grant                        5,328       20,855            0              0             0           0
    Contributions From Other Funds           1,700,000    1,260,000      940,000        940,000     1,000,000   1,000,000
                                             1,757,643    1,307,776      961,650        955,600     1,014,000   1,014,000
404 Sanitary Sewer Maintenance:
     Interest & Miscellaneous                       7        4,880         4,550          4,550            0            0
     Contributions From Other Funds           493,519      463,422       495,450        486,882      517,165      517,165
                                              493,526      468,302       500,000        491,432      517,165      517,165
405 Sanitary Sewer Replacement:
     Interest & Miscellaneous                  35,460       16,486        16,400         16,400       15,000       15,000
     Contributions From Other Funds           648,000      648,000       648,000        648,000      648,000      648,000
                                              683,460      664,486       664,400        664,400      663,000      663,000
406 Wastewater Equipment Replacement:
    Interest                                   56,162       23,226        25,000         25,000       25,000       25,000
    Contributions From Other Funds            618,000      618,000       618,000        618,000      618,000      618,000
                                              674,162      641,226       643,000        643,000      643,000      643,000
494 Brownfield Redevelopment Authority:
     Property Taxes                          1,436,799    1,393,402     1,323,900      1,312,826    1,247,500   1,247,500
     Interest                                   61,847       24,611        33,000         20,000       25,000      25,000
                                             1,498,646    1,418,013     1,356,900      1,332,826    1,272,500   1,272,500
496 Downtown Development Authority Project:
     Property Taxes                          1,056,990     984,502      1,032,977      1,032,977    1,032,977   1,032,977
     Interest & Miscellaneous                   27,024       6,737        116,416          2,000        8,000       8,000
                                             1,084,014     991,239      1,149,393      1,034,977    1,040,977   1,040,977
583 Ella W. Sharp Park Golf Practice Center:
     Charges For Goods & Services               54,026      49,291        61,000         53,000       56,500       56,500
     Interest & Miscellaneous                        8       1,866         1,700          1,737        1,700        1,700
     Contributions From Other Funds             11,600      12,750        10,000         10,000       10,000       10,000
                                                65,634      63,907        72,700         64,737       68,200       68,200
585 Auto Parking System:
     Charges For Goods & Services               73,842      70,665        55,520         51,020       27,950       27,950
     Interest & Miscellaneous                    2,023         781         1,250            900            0            0
     Parking Fines                                 495       5,478           500            300          300          300
     Contributions From Other Funds             32,002      32,802             0          6,500            0            0
                                               108,362     109,726        57,270         58,720       28,250       28,250



                                                          A-3
                                          Attachment A
                               Revenue Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12


                                        2008/09       2009/10       2010/11        2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
    Fund                                Actual        Actual        Budget        Projected    Proposed     Adopted

586 Parking Assessment:
     Charges For Goods & Services          29,190       25,836        26,650         23,850       22,575       22,575
     Interest & Miscellaneous               7,001        3,129         3,470          1,970          820          820
     Parking Fines                         34,201       29,341        32,000         25,000       25,000       25,000
     Contributions From Other Funds        46,122       36,750        40,444         43,444       43,444       43,444
                                          116,514       95,056       102,564         94,264       91,839       91,839
589 Storm Water Utility:
     Charges For Goods & Services                 0             0             0     193,250      773,000      773,000
                                                  0             0             0     193,250      773,000      773,000
590 Sewer:
     Charges For Goods & Services        5,191,275    4,626,529     5,221,500      4,991,500    5,078,900   5,078,900
     Interest & Rents                       88,557       39,745        45,000         31,000       31,000      31,000
     Miscellaneous                          85,921       87,153        95,750         90,600       62,000      62,000
                                         5,365,753    4,753,427     5,362,250      5,113,100    5,171,900   5,171,900
591 Water:
    Charges For Goods & Services         5,921,576    5,822,336     5,910,017      6,181,917    6,370,069   6,370,069
    Interest & Rents                        93,895       28,213        30,000         29,000       30,000      30,000
    Contributions From Other Funds         184,459      193,551       211,511        220,488      253,258     253,258
    Miscellaneous                          135,314      179,404       186,300        181,350      142,000     142,000
                                         6,335,244    6,223,504     6,337,828      6,612,755    6,795,327   6,795,327
599 Parking Deck:
     Charges For Goods & Services         250,000      250,028       250,000        251,847      250,000      250,000
     Interest & Miscellaneous              22,864       10,048         5,800          7,782        6,932        6,932
                                          272,864      260,076       255,800        259,629      256,932      256,932
641 Public Works Administration:
     Charges For Goods & Services         603,337      582,215       604,440        589,971      611,445      611,445
     Interest & Miscellaneous               6,988        7,797         9,200         17,150        6,000        6,000
                                          610,325      590,012       613,640        607,121      617,445      617,445
642 Engineering Administration:
     Charges For Goods & Services         370,393      374,846       357,487        415,086      384,888      384,888
     Interest & Miscellaneous               4,357        9,645         3,800          4,650        1,000        1,000
                                          374,750      384,491       361,287        419,736      385,888      385,888
643 Local Site Remediation Revolving:
     Interest & Miscellaneous               3,869        3,286         4,000          4,000        4,000        4,000
     Contributions From Other Funds       204,834      186,324       175,000        172,226      161,000      161,000
                                          208,703      189,610       179,000        176,226      165,000      165,000
661 Motor Pool And Garage:
    Charges For Goods & Services         1,277,769    1,207,117     1,297,275      1,249,173    1,321,764   1,321,764
    Interest & Miscellaneous                73,143       41,384        34,950         44,250       20,000      20,000
                                         1,350,912    1,248,501     1,332,225      1,293,423    1,341,764   1,341,764
663 Equipment Revolving:
     Charges For Goods & Services          58,484       75,071        23,798         23,798       72,136       72,136
                                           58,484       75,071        23,798         23,798       72,136       72,136
677 Workers Compensation:
    Interest & Miscellaneous              121,535       64,434        60,000         35,000       40,000       40,000
    Contributions From Other Funds        260,422      239,595       265,300        225,000      225,000      225,000
                                          381,957      304,029       325,300        260,000      265,000      265,000
678 Prescription Drug:
     Interest & Miscellaneous              54,408       20,481        10,500         10,300       10,300       10,300
     Contributions From Other Funds       925,928      743,550       800,000        800,000      800,000      800,000
                                          980,336      764,031       810,500        810,300      810,300      810,300
679 Health Care Insurance Deductible:
     Interest & Miscellaneous               7,229        1,836         3,000          3,000        3,000        3,000
     Contributions From Other Funds       349,018      120,417       120,000         90,000       90,000       90,000
                                          356,247      122,253       123,000         93,000       93,000       93,000



                                                      A-4
                                          Attachment A
                               Revenue Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12


                                              2008/09       2009/10     2010/11      2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
    Fund                                      Actual        Actual      Budget      Projected    Proposed     Adopted

680 Health Care Insurance Deductible -Fire:
     Interest & Miscellaneous                         0            0      33,208            0            0            0
     Contributions From Other Funds              15,131      150,118     190,042      170,000      170,000      170,000
                                                 15,131      150,118     223,250      170,000      170,000      170,000
702 County & School Tax Collection:
     Interest                                    62,201       19,354      50,000       25,000       35,000       35,000
                                                 62,201       19,354      50,000       25,000       35,000       35,000
711 Cemetery Perpetual Maintenance:
     Charges For Goods & Services                21,601       33,163      25,000       25,000       25,000       25,000
     Investment Income                          109,398       80,883      64,500       64,500       64,500       64,500
                                                130,999      114,046      89,500       89,500       89,500       89,500
718 Ella W. Sharp Endowment:
     Investment Income                           89,209       80,513      45,000       81,035       85,050       85,050
                                                 89,209       80,513      45,000       81,035       85,050       85,050
731 Employees Retirement System:
     Investment Income                        (5,303,393)   3,414,642   2,660,000    5,308,000    2,808,000   2,808,000
     Employee Contributions                      614,922      624,786     700,000      625,000      625,000     625,000
     Contributions From Other Funds              742,406      750,439     800,000      750,000      750,000     750,000
                                              (3,946,065)   4,789,867   4,160,000    6,683,000    4,183,000   4,183,000
732 Policemen's & Firemen's Pension:
     Investment Income                        (1,140,878)     482,983     395,000    1,035,000     385,000      385,000
     Contributions From General Fund             641,212      722,537     717,329      717,329     500,000      500,000
                                                (499,666)   1,205,520   1,112,329    1,752,329     885,000      885,000
733 Policemen's & Firemen's Pension-Act 345:
     Investment Income                       (7,133,471)    3,457,725   3,675,000    5,600,000    3,625,000   3,625,000
     Employee Contributions                     819,666       768,403     800,000      750,000      700,000     700,000
     Contributions From General Fund          3,191,716     3,256,531   2,772,800    2,772,800    2,843,528   2,843,528
                                             (3,122,089)    7,482,659   7,247,800    9,122,800    7,168,528   7,168,528
736 Public Employee Health Care:
     Investment Income                            8,132       43,313      20,480       40,000       40,000       40,000
     Contributions From Other Funds             100,000            0     100,000      100,000            0            0
                                                108,132       43,313     120,480      140,000       40,000       40,000
895 Special Assessment:
     Special Assessments                        384,602      278,701     365,529      265,169      324,149      324,149
                                                384,602      278,701     365,529      265,169      324,149      324,149




                                                            A-5
                                          Attachment B
                               Expense Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12

                                       2008/09      2009/10      2010/11       2010/11       2011/12     2011/12
                                       Actual       Actual       Budget       Projected     Proposed     Adopted
General Fund :
101-101 City Council                       84,987       81,455       81,472        80,665       78,582       78,582
101-103 Charter Review Committee               77            0            0             0            0            0
101-137 Admin. Hearings Bureau             22,598       24,467       22,851        22,851       22,851       22,851
101-172 City Manager                      249,447      160,547      258,765       227,561      248,315      248,315
101-192 City Clerk-Elections              161,360      111,169      134,401       148,579      151,568      151,568
101-201 Finance                           425,810      422,541      403,965       409,657      428,698      428,698
101-209 City Assessor                     430,423      386,137      306,843       310,610      295,358      295,358
101-210 City Attorney                     521,999      479,684      410,912       393,686      393,824      393,824
101-215 City Clerk                        216,043      208,443      185,360       185,657      198,545      198,545
101-226 Personnel                         369,453      287,505      262,782       227,356      166,545      166,545
101-233 Purchasing                        168,037      119,452       86,167        89,611       89,294       89,294
101-253 City Treasurer                    316,151      311,980      268,927       268,927      279,341      279,341
101-254 City Income Tax Admin.            246,787      182,261      202,486       202,486      211,038      211,038
101-258 Mgt. Information Services         319,370      310,679      313,183       333,191      330,867      330,867
101-265 City Hall & Grounds               342,229      332,776      325,386       339,754      338,657      338,657
101-276 Cemeteries                        493,677      436,616      427,079       432,440      186,363      186,363
101-299 Unallocated                       495,144      696,175      578,696       699,125      694,527      694,527
101-301 Police                          8,702,532    8,067,954    7,801,119     7,419,609    7,253,805    7,268,805
101-303 Police Youth Services-JPS         309,924      296,031      289,234       246,968            0            0
101-308 STEP Grant                         20,733       13,333       13,333        13,333            0            0
101-311 JCCAE Grant                        14,346        7,310       11,898        17,313            0            0
101-313 Consortium Training                18,483       15,007       18,403        47,280       11,485       11,485
101-314 In-Service Training                12,816       10,959       12,363        16,499        8,478        8,478
101-315 MCOLES Training                    28,836       27,514       34,039        34,039            0            0
101-318 Homeland Security Grant                 0       55,295            0        46,512            0            0
101-319 ARRA Block Grant                        0          483            0       136,586            0            0
101-340 Fire Suppression                5,587,320    4,916,357    4,621,045     4,658,770    3,332,609    3,332,609
101-350 Public Safety - Unallocated     1,415,816    1,673,127    1,751,129     1,535,350    1,684,850    1,684,850
101-401 Planning                          154,627      103,109      116,029       116,029       28,213       28,213
101-426 Office Of Emerg. Measures          54,789       60,087       64,315        64,761       64,601       64,601
101-441 Tax Property Maintenance            7,598        5,539        8,000         8,000        8,000        8,000
101-442 Civic Affairs                      44,553       41,278       43,765        43,765       43,765       43,765
101-445 Drains At Large                    59,639       48,618       60,000        60,000            0            0
101-446 Storm Drain Construction           54,252        7,531       24,400        23,400            0            0
101-447 Ground Maintenance                132,838       37,998       42,600        42,600       42,600       42,600
101-448 Sidewalk Construction             157,297       50,510       40,000       101,006       52,000       52,000
101-450 Street Lighting                   479,334      480,473      521,215       480,015      454,458      454,458
101-455 Weed Control                       15,916       22,983       31,269        35,187       39,300       39,300
101-690 Forestry                          586,902      512,147      491,297       491,769      186,363      186,363
101-692 Parks, Rec. & Grounds Admin.      789,964      700,738      587,913       589,913      616,109      616,109
101-697 Parks and Facilities Maint.       524,211      505,816      513,587       536,241      539,350      539,350
101-698 Lt. Nixon Memorial Park           152,934      123,686      131,735       131,735      131,735      131,735
101-699 Sharp Park Swimming Pool          117,113       89,331       94,877        94,877       94,877       94,877
101-803 Historical District                11,240       11,290       11,973        11,973       11,973       11,973
101-896 Human Relations                    68,621       68,477       58,411        44,108       57,691       57,691
101-999 Contributions to Other Funds      324,158      138,900       54,900        63,400       21,500       21,500
General Fund Total                     24,710,384   22,643,768   21,718,124    21,483,194   18,798,135   18,813,135




                                                    B1
                                           Attachment B
                                Expense Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12

                                              2008/09      2009/10      2010/11       2010/11       2011/12     2011/12
                                              Actual       Actual       Budget       Projected     Proposed     Adopted

Special Revenue Funds :
202      Major Street                          4,120,059    5,060,055    5,247,863     6,328,028    4,103,574    4,103,574
203      Local Street                          1,137,010    1,073,911    2,533,973     1,496,271    2,025,823    2,025,824
208      Ella W. Sharp Park Operating            740,991      663,754      703,161       678,543      675,998      675,998
210      Land Acquisition                         54,494       48,410       50,000        50,000       50,000       50,000
211      Housing Initiative                        9,438        6,595       30,000         3,450       15,000       15,000
245      Public Improvement                    1,218,945      991,602    1,640,144     1,436,801    1,145,597    1,145,597
249      Building Department                     440,313      418,008      493,757       535,215      558,342      558,342
257      Budget Stabilization                     38,343       14,159       16,000        16,000       16,000       16,000
265      Drug Law Enforcement                     97,361       86,092       44,791       100,831       45,517       45,517
266      PSN Initiative Grant                     46,251       26,992            0        27,370            0            0
268      Byrne JAG Grant                          44,423      294,346      291,121       177,659      167,386      167,386
269      COPS - CHRP Grant                             0      168,159      385,828       198,998      196,246      196,246
270      LAWNET Grant                            121,084      128,471      130,809       133,654       35,475       35,475
289      Neighborhood Stabilization Grant              0      539,885    1,097,325       430,153      265,000      265,000
293      Waterfront Redevelopment Grant            2,000            0            0       284,275            0            0
295      2008 Brownfield Assessment Grant        128,802      106,360      100,000       138,570       25,000       25,000
296      Recreation Activity                     215,280      231,519      252,106       245,706      245,706      245,706
297      JPS Recreation Millage Program          253,383      233,826      241,000       241,000      239,000      239,000
298      2008 Brownfield Revolving Loan                0        3,800      900,000       900,000       96,200       96,200

Debt Service Funds :
323     Michigan U. L. A. Loan Debt Service      144,000      144,000       64,000        52,000            0            0
324     2003 MTF Bond Debt Service               278,780      278,040      280,925       280,925      283,235      283,235
365     City Hall Debt Service                   601,586      616,936      635,436       636,497      653,071      653,071
368     Building Authority Debt Service          128,350      128,934      128,783       128,783      133,360      133,360
395     2001 DDA TIF Debt Service Fund         1,051,513    1,139,263    1,244,100     1,244,100          550          550
396     2011 DDA TIF Debt Service Fund                 0            0            0         1,000    5,624,828    5,624,828
398     2002 BRA TIF Debt Service Fund           565,148      590,848      620,128       620,128      637,703      637,703
399     2007 BRA TIF Debt Service Fund           450,129      448,929      447,729       447,729      446,529      446,529

Capital Projects Funds :
401      Capital Projects                        500,359       69,613      418,000       337,014      635,000      635,000
402      Water Equipment & Replacement         1,565,182    1,331,568    1,626,851     1,450,054    1,698,995    1,698,995
404      Sanitary Sewer Maintenance              493,526      468,302      500,000       491,432      517,165      517,165
405      Sanitary Sewer Replacement              493,951      392,574      732,125       580,492      745,500      745,500
406      Wastewater Equipment Replacement      1,456,789       30,317    1,620,000       830,000    1,095,000    1,095,000
494      Brownfield Redevelopment Authority    1,271,195    1,365,956    1,359,067     1,356,034    1,342,648    1,342,648
496      DDA Project                           1,333,572    1,360,612    1,469,209     1,458,209      539,069      539,069

Enterprise Funds :
583     Sharp Park Golf Practice Center           70,527       63,439       70,603        59,841       66,151       66,151
585     Auto Parking System                       97,138       47,950       70,401        29,824       28,563       28,563
586     Parking Assessment                       169,105      208,606      189,342       164,213      150,043      150,043
589     Storm Water Utility                            0            0            0        62,900      792,148      792,148
590     Sewer                                  6,335,550    6,452,672    6,690,773     6,574,988    6,942,700    6,942,700
591     Water                                  7,497,110    6,402,226    7,344,283     7,096,504    7,491,560    7,491,560
599     Parking Deck                             442,690      434,568      820,041       512,882      719,251      719,251




                                                           B2
                                            Attachment B
                                 Expense Summary for Fiscal Year 2011/12

                                                 2008/09      2009/10      2010/11       2010/11       2011/12     2011/12
                                                 Actual       Actual       Budget       Projected     Proposed     Adopted

Internal Service Funds :
641      Public Works Administration                543,030      551,565      636,115       607,121      617,445      617,445
642      Engineering Administration                 356,023      321,807      357,487       419,736      385,888      385,888
643      Local Site Remediation Revolving             2,200        5,713      201,000       201,000      201,000      201,000
661      Motor Pool & Garage                      1,245,663    1,472,758    1,711,914     1,710,828    1,815,726    1,452,726
663      Equipment Revolving                         58,484       75,071       23,798        23,798       72,136       72,136
677      Workers' Compensation                      190,673      692,156      658,325       758,714      208,650      208,650
678      Prescription Drug                        1,005,486      844,516      888,800       864,688      864,600      864,600
679      Health Care Insurance Deductible           199,099       62,157       89,180        44,218       44,200       44,200
680      Health Care Insurance Deductible-Fire       25,176      204,080      223,250       163,500      163,500      163,500

Trust & Agency Funds :
702     County & School Tax Collection               62,201       19,354       50,000        25,000       35,000       35,000
711     Cemetery Perpetual Maintenance               73,455       59,426       64,500        64,500       64,500       64,500
718     Ella W. Sharp Endowment                      46,640       40,822       45,000        41,142       45,050       45,050
731     Employees' Retirement System              2,307,461    2,671,471    2,700,000     3,270,000    3,270,000    3,270,000
732     Policemen's & Firemen's Pension           1,167,852    1,129,730    1,050,000     1,090,000    1,040,000    1,040,000
733     Policemen's & Firemen's Pens.-345         4,207,703    4,415,748    4,750,000     4,750,000    4,750,000    4,750,000
736     Public Employee Health Care                  19,918        1,878       10,000        10,000       10,000       10,000

Special Assessment Funds :
895      Special Assessment                        269,082      166,866      365,529       265,169       324,149     324,149




                                                              B3
                                  City of Jackson
                       Fiscal Year 2010/11 Proposed Budget
                                   General Fund
          Summary of Revenues, Expenditures and Changes in Fund Balances



                                               2008/09      2009/10        2010/11        2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
                                               Actual       Actual         Budget        Projected    Proposed     Adopted

Revenues:
   Property Taxes                              7,770,119    7,681,891      7,016,817      7,011,317    6,898,278    6,898,278
   Income Taxes                                7,645,706    6,519,574      6,900,000      7,100,000    7,250,000    7,250,000
   Licenses And Permits                          247,399      250,602        252,750        254,725      254,725      254,725
   Federal Grants                                 39,808       80,213         15,420        378,624        2,585        2,585
   State Grants                                  137,573       40,423         48,642         46,951       12,465       12,465
   State Revenue Sharing                       5,281,224    4,458,912      4,392,762      4,330,000    2,286,500    2,286,500
   Charges For Services                        1,327,233    1,412,009      1,480,399      1,391,708    1,260,471    1,260,471
   Fines And Forfeits                            224,967      261,677        258,060        233,845      237,580      237,580
   Investment Income                             101,926       23,086        110,000         32,500       50,000       50,000
   Contributions From Other Funds                213,036      154,839        194,850        228,289      171,500      171,500
   Miscellaneous                                 367,637      462,053        533,229        576,280      231,177      231,177

   General Fund Revenues                      23,356,628   21,345,279     21,202,929     21,584,239   18,655,281   18,655,281

Expenditures:
  Legislative/Judicial                           107,662      105,922        104,323        103,516      101,433      101,433
  General Government                           4,755,930    4,445,965      4,164,952      4,268,640    4,012,940    4,012,940
  Police Department                            9,107,670    8,493,886      8,180,389      7,978,139    7,273,768    7,288,768
  Fire Department                              5,587,320    4,916,357      4,621,045      4,658,770    3,332,609    3,332,609
  Other Public Safety                          1,625,232    1,836,323      1,931,473      1,716,140    1,777,664    1,777,664
  Engineering & Public Works                   1,538,329    1,207,077      1,262,546      1,285,742      826,486      826,486
  Recreation & Culture                         1,595,462    1,430,861      1,340,085      1,364,739    1,394,044    1,394,044
  Health & Welfare                                68,621       68,477         58,411         44,108       57,691       57,691
  Contributions to Other Funds                   324,158      138,900         54,900         63,400       21,500       21,500

   General Fund Expenses                      24,710,384   22,643,768     21,718,124     21,483,194   18,798,135   18,813,135

Revenues Over (Under)
 Expenditures                                 (1,353,756) (1,298,489)      (515,195)       101,045     (142,854)    (157,854)

Prior Period Adjust. - State Shared Revenue      852,466              0              0           0            0            0

Fund Balance - Beginning of Year               2,457,737    1,956,447       657,958        657,958      759,003      759,003

Fund Balance - End of Year                     1,956,447     657,958        142,763        759,003      616,149      601,149



ADD:
  Budget Stabilization Fund                    1,603,500    1,603,500      1,603,500      1,603,500    1,603,500    1,603,500

Total Available Surplus For
   General Fund Operations                     3,559,947    2,261,458      1,746,263      2,362,503    2,219,649    2,204,649


As a Percent of G/F Expenditures                14.41%        9.99%          8.04%         11.00%       11.81%       11.72%
                               (395) 2001 DDA TIF Debt Service Fund


PURPOSE - This Fund is used to account for the payment of interest and principal on $ 18 million City of Jackson
Downtown Development Authority Bonds, Series 2001, dated 3/27/01. These Bonds were issued to finance the City’s
share of land acquisition, infrastructure improvements and environmental-related expenses associated with the
construction of the Consumers Energy headquarters to be located in the City’s downtown area and pay the costs
associated with the issuance of the Bonds.

CHARACTER - The Bonds are issued in anticipation of the collection of future tax increment revenues derived
from the DDA’s Plans and collected within the Development Area. The tax increment revenues, which are
                                                                       service,
transferred from the DDA Project Fund as needed to pay the annual debt service are expected to be sufficient to pay
the principal of and interest on the Bonds.

AUTHORITY - The Bonds are issued under the provisions of Act 197 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 1975, as
amended, and resolutions of the City adopted on February 13, 2001 and March 13, 2001, for the purpose of financing
the cost of acquiring, constructing, furnishing and equipping certain improvements, within the Downtown
Development Authority of the City of Jackson Development Area identified in the DDA Development and Tax
Increment Financing Plans, as amended.




                                              City of Jackson
                                                           p        g
                                   Fiscal Year 2011/12 Proposed Budget
                                   Analysis of Changes in Fund Balance


Fund 395 2001 DDA TIF Debt Service Fund


                                             2008/09       2009/10       2010/11        2010/11     2011/12   2011/12
                                             Actual        Actual        Budget        Projected   Proposed   Adopted

Revenues                                     1,051,513     1,139,263     1,244,100     1,244,100        550       550

Expenditures                                 1,051,513     1,139,263     1,244,100     1,244,100        550       550

Excess of Revenues Over (Under)
   Expenses                                            0             0             0           0          0         0

Fund Balance - Beginning of Year                   637          637           637            637        637       637

Fund Balance - End of Year                         637          637           637            637        637       637
                                           City of Jackson
                                Fiscal Year 2011/12 Proposed Budget
                                           Revenue Detail


Fund 395 2001 DDA TIF Debt Service Fund


                                                  2008/09     2009/10     2010/11      2010/11      2011/12    2011/12
Account Description                               Actual      Actual      Budget      Projected    Proposed    Adopted

395-000-000-699.496   Cont.-DDA Project Fund      1,051,513   1,139,263   1,244,100    1,244,100         550        550

Total Revenues                                    1,051,513   1,139,263   1,244,100    1,244,100         550        550




                                               Expenditure Detail


Fund 395 2001 DDA TIF Debt Service Fund
Dept 945 Debt Service

                                                  2008/09     2009/10     2010/11      2010/11      2011/12    2011/12
Account Description                               Actual      Actual      Budget      Projected    Proposed    Adopted

Debt Service :
395-945-000-991.000   Principal                     645,000     765,000     910,000      910,000           0          0
395-945-000-995 000
395-945-000-995.000   Interest                      405 963
                                                    405,963     373 713
                                                                373,713     333,550
                                                                            333 550      333,550
                                                                                         333 550           0          0
395-945-000-996.000   Paying Agent Fees                 550         550         550          550         550        550
                                                  1,051,513   1,139,263   1,244,100    1,244,100         550        550

Total Expenditures                                1,051,513   1,139,263   1,244,100    1,244,100         550        550
               (396) 2011 DDA TIF Refunding Debt Service Fund (Pending)


                                                                                               5.625
PURPOSE - This Fund is used to account for the payment of interest and principal on $ 5 625 million City of
Jackson Downtown Development Authority Refunding Bonds, Series 2011, dated 5/2/11. These Bonds were issued to
refinance the callable portion of the existing 2001 DDA Bonds in order to improve the City's cash flow as it relates to
the existing debt service.

CHARACTER - The Bonds are issued in anticipation of the collection of future tax increment revenues derived
from the DDA’s Plans and collected within the Development Area. The tax increment revenues, which are
transferred from the DDA Project Fund as needed to pay the annual debt service, are expected to improve the City's
                                                Bonds.
ability to pay the existing debt service on the Bonds

AUTHORITY - The Bonds are issued under the provisions of Act 34 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 2001, as
amended, and Act 197 of the Public Acts of Michigan of 1975, as amended and the resolution of the City adopted on
March 8, 2011.




                                              City of Jackson
                                                           p        g
                                   Fiscal Year 2011/12 Proposed Budget
                                   Analysis of Changes in Fund Balance


Fund 396 2011 DDA TIF Refunding Debt Service Fund


                                               2008/09       2009/10       2010/11        2010/11     2011/12    2011/12
                                               Actual        Actual        Budget        Projected   Proposed    Adopted

Revenues                                                 0             0             0       1,000   5,624,828   5,624,828

Expenditures                                             0             0             0       1,000   5,624,828   5,624,828

Excess of Revenues Over (Under)
   Expenses                                              0             0             0           0          0           0

Fund Balance - Beginning of Year                         0             0             0           0          0           0

Fund Balance - End of Year                               0             0             0           0          0           0
                                             City of Jackson
                                  Fiscal Year 2011/12 Proposed Budget
                                             Revenue Detail


Fund 396 2011 DDA TIF Refunding Debt Service Fund


                                                    2008/09       2009/10       2010/11        2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
Account Description                                 Actual        Actual        Budget        Projected    Proposed     Adopted

396-000-000-696.000    Bond Proceeds                          0             0             0            0    5,227,418   5,227,418
396-000-000-699.496    Cont.-DDA Project Fund                 0             0             0        1,000      397,410     397,410

Total Revenues                                                0             0             0        1,000    5,624,828   5,624,828




                                                 Expenditure Detail


F d 396 2011 DDA TIF R f di D b S i F d
Fund                  Refunding Debt Service Fund
Dept 945 Debt Service

                                                    2008/09       2009/10       2010/11        2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
Account Description                                 Actual        Actual        Budget        Projected    Proposed     Adopted

Contractual Service:
396-945-000-818.000
396-945-000-818 000    Contractual (Bond Sale)                0             0             0        1,000
                                                                                                   1 000      258,083
                                                                                                              258 083     258 083
                                                                                                                          258,083
396-945-000-963.396    Escrow Transfer                        0             0             0            0    4,969,335   4,969,335
                                                              0             0             0        1,000    5,227,418   5,227,418
Debt Service:
396-945-000-991.000    Principal                              0             0             0           0            0            0
396-945-000-995.000    Interest                               0             0             0           0      396,310      396,310
396-945-000-996.000    Paying Agent Fees                      0             0             0           0        1,100        1,100
                                                              0             0             0           0      397,410      397,410
Total E    dit
T t l Expenditures
                                                              0             0             0        1,000    5,624,828   5,624,828
                      (496) Downtown Development Authority Project Fund



PURPOSE - This Fund is used to account for the receipt and expenditure of tax increments based on the captured assessed
value of property within the Amended Development Area.

CHARACTER - The moneys credited to the Project Fund and on hand therein from time to time shall be used annually in
the manner provided in the Tax Increment Financing Plan portion of the Amended Plan.

AUTHORITY - This Fund was established on July 1, 1993, per City Ordinance 92-16 adopted by the City Commission on
October 20, 1992.




                                              City of Jackson
                                   Fiscal Year 2011/12 Proposed Budget
                                   Analysis of Changes in Fund Balance


Fund 496 Downtown Development Authority Project Fund


                                                 2008/09      2009/10     2010/11      2010/11      2011/12     2011/12
                                                  Actual       Actual     Budget      Projected    Proposed     Adopted

Revenues                                         1,084,014     991,239    1,149,393   1,012,638    1,046,602    1,046,602

Expenditures                                     1,333,572    1,360,612   1,469,209   1,458,209      539,069     539,069

Excess of Revenues Over (Under)
   Expenditures                                   (249,558)   (369,373)   (319,816)    (445,571)     507,533     507,533

Fund Balance - Beginning of Year                  939,766      690,208     320,835      320,835     (124,736)   (124,736)

Fund Balance - End of Year                        690,208      320,835       1,019     (124,736)     382,797     382,797
                                                 City of Jackson
                                      Fiscal Year 2011/12 Proposed Budget
                                                 Revenue Detail

Fund 496 Downtown Development Authority Project Fund


                                                         2008/09     2009/10     2010/11      2010/11     2011/12    2011/12
Account Description                                       Actual      Actual     Budget      Projected   Proposed    Adopted

496-000-000-403.000    Current Property Taxes            1,056,990    984,502    1,032,977   1,010,638   1,038,602   1,038,602
496-000-000-664.000    Interest                             17,124      4,387            0       2,000       8,000       8,000
496-000-000-698.000    Miscellaneous                             0          0      116,416           0           0           0
496-000-000-668.000    Rents - Hayes Hotel                   9,900      2,350            0           0           0           0

Total Revenues                                           1,084,014    991,239    1,149,393   1,012,638   1,046,602   1,046,602




                                                   Expenditure Detail


Fund 496 Downtown Development Authority Project Fund
Dept 741 Tax Increment Finance Construction

                                                         2008/09     2009/10     2010/11      2010/11     2011/12    2011/12
Account Description                                       Actual      Actual     Budget      Projected   Proposed    Adopted

Contractual And Other :
496-741-000-818.055    Alleg. Health - 1201 E. Mich.             0      13,955     141,109     141,109     141,109    141,109
496-741-000-931.002    Bldg. Maint. - Hayes Hotel          106,057      30,592      20,000      20,000           0          0
496-741-000-999.323    Cont.-MULA Loan D/S Fd.             144,000     144,000      64,000      52,000           0          0
496-741-000-999.395    Cont.-2001 DDA TIF D/S Fd.        1,051,513   1,139,263   1,244,100   1,244,100         550        550
496-741-000-999.396    Cont.-2011 DDA TIF Ref. D/S Fd.           0           0           0       1,000     397,410    397,410
496-741-000-999.585    Cont.-Auto Parking Fund              32,002      32,802           0           0           0          0
                                                         1,333,572   1,360,612   1,469,209   1,458,209     539,069    539,069

Total Expenditures                                       1,333,572   1,360,612   1,469,209   1,458,209     539,069    539,069
Downtown Development Authority (DDA)

Memorandum

    Date:      May 16, 2010
    To:        Warren Renando, City Manager
    From:      Jonathan Greene, Executive Director
    RE:        2011-12 DDA Budget

The DDA requests City Council consider the following items at their May 26th 2011 regular meeting.


   1.       Approval of a resolution reauthorizing the collection of 1.9996 mills upon taxable real
            and tangible personal property not exempt by law in the DDA district for 2011-2012
            pursuant to Act 197 of the Public Acts of 1975 as last amended.

   2.       Approval of the fiscal year 2011-12 Operations and TIF budgets for the Downtown
            Development Authority.
                                       RESOLUTION

BY THE CITY COUNCIL

WHEREAS, Act 197 of the Public Acts of 1975 as last amended authorized a levy by the City of
an ad valorem tax of up to 2 mills upon taxable real and tangible personal property not exempt by
law in the Downtown Development Authority District; and

WHEREAS, the Downtown Development Authority has requested the City Council to approve
and authorize such a levy of 1.9996 mills in the Downtown Development Authority District; and

WHEREAS, it appears to the City Council that the levy of said tax is necessary for the proper
administration and operation of the Downtown Development Authority.

NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that the Jackson City Council approves and orders
the levy of a property tax of 1.9996 mills upon all taxable real and tangible personal property not
exempt by law in the Downtown Development Authority District qualified under Act 198 of
1974; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that it is ordered that an industrial facilities tax be levied upon
the taxable valuation of all industrial property in the Downtown Development Authority District
qualified under Act 198 of 1974; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that it is ordered that lessees or users of tax exempt property
be levied a tax on the taxable valuation of all property qualified under Act 189 of 1953 which is
located in the Downtown Development Authority District; and

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the staff and officials of the City of Jackson are hereby
directed to collect the tax at the same time and in the same manner as it collect is property taxes
and to pay such funds as may be collect under such levy to the Treasurer of the Downtown
Development Authority for crediting to the general fund of the Authority.

                                             *****
Downtown Development Authority (DDA)




Memorandum
         Date:    May 11, 2011
         To:      DDA Board Members
         From: Jonathan Greene, Executive Director
         Re:      2011-2012 Fiscal Year Budget


                  The DDA Board must approve the 2011-2012 FY Budget no later than May 31, 2011. To
         that end, I am forwarding to the board a proposed budget for your consideration. The budget is a
         reflection of the goals and priorities of each individual committee. I have included several potential
         projects for the board to consider funding for next year. These projects aid in the accomplishment
         of the mission of the DDA.
                  The DDA Committees are comprised of both DDA Board members and the public. They
         are a true representation of our constituency and therefore represent a fair indication of the needs of
         Downtown Jackson and how the DDA can use its resources to positively affect the downtown.
         Some goals can be characterized as tasks, while others are pure goals or strategic visions.
         Nevertheless, they are all important and they represent ways we can utilize the strengths we
         currently have while precisely communicating our plans so that we may draw supporters and form
         partnerships.
                  The goals also demand more cross committee relationships and interoperability. Very few
         of the goals, if any, can be accomplished by a singular committee. For the most part, they will
         require committees to interact with each other and lend appropriate assistance. This will certainly
         strengthen the DDA and make Downtown Jackson a better place.
                   The total budget, breakdown of events, special projects, and personnel costs follow this
         memo.
                                        2011 Goals
Design:
    Promote the ability for pedestrians to cross streets at places which are not street corners
    Recruit new members with a passion and experience with downtown design to the
      committee
    Encourage the use of complimentary paint colors as a way for property owners to
      quickly, but effectively and appropriately freshen up the front façade of their building
      with paint
    Protect high profile public art through consistent maintenance and upkeep
    Strengthen the East/West Michigan Ave connection for bicycle and pedestrian traffic and
      plan for the need to have additional routes and bus stops on west side of Downtown
      should the Jackson Transportation Authority move operations away from Cortland St.

Economic Restructuring:
    Fill storefronts with a diverse mix of retail, food, service, and office businesses
    Increase the amount of college students or college aged people in the downtown
    Match individuals with financial resources, building space, and/or business experience to
     groups/individuals wishing to start a businesses
    Provide a financial incentive via a loan program to assist with filling buildings
    Create new housing units Downtown by utilizing under used or vacant space on upper
     floors of buildings.

Promotions:
    Start a “customer care” program to obtain more feedback from merchants and a
     communication channel to define expectations of downtown events
    Coordinate a total marketing campaign to encompass out of county marketing, local
     marketing, and social media
    Transition the coordination and implementation of events to outside entities
    Define committee member roles and involvement levels, recruit new members are
     establish sub committees
    Follow the Main Street model to shift responsibility and workload from staff to interested
     volunteers for specific projects

Parking:
    Complete a study of the Meterless Parking System, which includes the number of spaces,
      boundaries, and definitions
    Communicate the details of the Meterless Parking Assessment with affected business
      owners
    Attain the knowledge, skills, and staff necessary to operate all aspects of downtown
      parking including, but not limited to, parking times, enforcement, snow removal, parking
      lot maintenance, and signs
                                    10/11 Approved    11/12 Proposed

Revenue
Property Taxes                              85,000            85,000
State Revenue Sharing                         6347                  0

(A) Event Sponsors/Revenue                  28,300            30,200
Kiosk Sponsors
City                                        25,000            24,000
Interest And Rents                           4,500             2,200
Miscellaneous
CDBG Grant (Façade)                           5,180                 0
Gift Certificates                            1,000             1,500
Total Revenue                              155,327           142,900

Expenses
Personnel Services                          104,681            89,837
Office Supplies & Copying                     2,500             2,500
Office Equipment                              1,500             1,500
Bank Fees                                       100               100
Publications & Subscriptions                    400               400
Newsletters & Brochures                       1,000             1,000
Miscellaneous Advertising                     2,000             2,500
Telephone & Fax                                 400               400
Accounting & Audit                            2,300             2,300
Memberships & Dues                            1,100             1,800
Conferences & Training                        4,500             4,500
(B) Special Projects                         38,680            49,000
(B) Events Expenses                          27,200            27,700
Miscellaneous                                 3,000             4,000
Total Expenses                              189,361           187,537
Contribution to/from Fund Balance           -34,034           -44,637

Budget Over/Under                                 0                 0
Fund Balance Beg. of Year                   261,141           227,107
Fund Balance End of Year                    227,107           182,470
                                Event Revenue


                                             A                       A
                                     10/11 Approved          11/12 Proposed
         Event Budgets               Revenue                 Revenue

810.05 Cruise In                                 7,600                   7,600
810.07 Christmas Parade                          3,000                   3,500
810.10 Misc. Event                              10,000                  10,000
810.11 Picnic in the Park                          600                   1,000
810.17 Amphitheater Concert Series                   0                       0
810.15 Scarecrow Row                                 0                       0
810.14 Eve on the Ave                            7,000                   7,000
810.18 Spring DDA Day                                0                       0
810.19 Holiday DDA Day                               0                       0
       Summer Planting                               0                       0
810.16 Amphitheater Applications                   100                     100
       Special Event Applications                                        1,000
505.31 Newsletter                                    0                       0
       Total Event Contributions                28,300                  30,200




                                                         .
                                   Event Expenses
                                   Special Projects
                                                  B                    B
                                           10/11 Approved      11/12 Proposed
         Event Budgets                     Budget              Budget

810.05   Cruise In                                     7,600             7,600
810.07   Christmas Parade                              3,000             3,000
810.10   Misc. Event                                   5,000             5,000
810.11   Picnic in the Park                              600               600
810.17   Amphitheater Concert Series                       0                 0
510.15   Scarecrow Row                                     0                 0
810.14   Eve on the Ave                                7,000             7,000
810.18   Spring DDA Day                                2,000             2,250
810.19   Holiday DDA Day                               2,000             2,250
810.16   Amphitheater Applications                         0                 0
         Total Event Expenses                         27,200            27,700

                                                  B                    B
                                           10/11 Approved      11/12 Proposed
         Special Project Budgets           Budget              Budget
811.26   DDA Website                                  2,500                 500
811.28   Gift Certificates                            1,000               1,000
811.32   Window Display                                   0                   0
811.27   DDA Façade                                  30,000              30,000
         CDBG Façade                                  5,180                   0
         Marketing Campaign                                              15,000
         Storefront Marketing                                             2,500

         Total Special Projects                       38,680            49,000
DDA Fringes Worksheet

                                                      11/12       11/12      11/12
Employee                                             Director     Asst       Asst

Wages                                                52,000.00   20,280.00           0.00
Retirement (6%)                                       3,120.00        0.00           0.00
Subtotal wages & retirement                          55,120.00   20,280.00           0.00

Fringes
Health & RX Insurance or 1/2 Cost paid to employee    7,539.00        0.00           0.00
RX Insurance                                                          0.00           0.00
Dental/Vision/Plus
Life (annual salary x 2.124 / 1,000)                    110.45        0.00           0.00
Long Term Disability (salary x .004)                    208.00        0.00           0.00
Social Security (7.65%)                               3,978.00    1,551.42           0.00
Workers Comp (.98%)                                     509.60      198.74           0.00
Unemployment (1.90% of first 9,000)                     171.00      171.00           0.00
Employee Assistance Programs                             23.00       23.00           0.00
Total Fringes                                        12,516.05    1,921.16           0.00

Total Comp                                           67,636.05   22,201.16           0.00


Total ED and 2 Asst.                                 89,837.21
Less Parking time
                                                                                                                       Engineering

                                                                     161 W. Michigan Avenue - Jackson, MI 49201
                                                              Telephone: (517) 788-4160 — Facsimile: (517) 768-6435
May 24, 2011

To:           Warren D. Renando, City Manager

From:         Jon H. Dowling, P.E., City Engineer/Director of Public Works

RE:           Contract Award Request- Mason Street and Wilkins Street Water Main and
                                      Reconstruction CDBG Project

On May 17, 2011, bids were opened in the Purchasing Department for the Mason Street and Wilkins Street
CDBG Project. This project is for Street Reconstruction and Water Main and Sanitary Sewer Replacement on
Mason Street from Mechanic to Francis, and Wilkins Street from Greenwood to Francis.

The engineer’s estimate for the work is $752,277.00. Bids were received as follows:

         Salenbien Trucking and Excavating, Inc., Dundee, MI                            $729,317.79*
         Bailey Excavating, Jackson, MI                                                 $814,468.83
         Jule Swartz & Sons Excavating, Jackson, MI                                     $831,200.00*
         Rothenberger Construction, Inc., Concord, MI                                   $836,409.49
         TCI Inc. of Michigan, Eaton Rapids, MI                                         $837,759.69

*Denotes a corrected bid total.
Bidders for this contract are required to meet the City of Jackson’s prequalification requirements. Contained
within the City’s prequalification documents is the statement that if a contractor has “a current Michigan
Department of Transportation (MDOT) prequalification, the City of Jackson will accept that certification for
the same classification”. The low bidder, Salenbien Trucking and Excavating, Inc., was not prequalified by the
City at the time of the bid opening. However, this company was and currently is MDOT prequalified for the
classification required for this contract. Therefore, they do meet the City’s prequalification requirements. As
such, it is recommended that the irregularity concerning their prequalification with the City be waived by City
Council and the bid from Salenbien Trucking and Excavating, Inc. be accepted.

In concurrence with the Purchasing Agent, it is the recommendation of the Department of Engineering that the
contract be awarded to Salenbien Trucking and Excavating, Inc. at their low bid of $729,317.79. This project
will be paid from Local Street (CDBG) funds, street construction assessments to adjacent property owners,
Water Funds and Sewer Funds. With your concurrence, I request that this award be submitted to City Council
for their approval and that the Mayor and the City Clerk be authorized to sign the contract documents.

If you have any questions please do not hesitate to contact me.

TRW:sms

C:       Randall T. McMunn, P.E., Assistant City Engineer
         Troy R. White, P.E., Civil Engineer II
         Lynn Fessel, City Clerk/Purchasing Agent
         Shelly Allard, Purchasing Coordinator
         Lucinda Schultz, Accounting Manager

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                                                                           City Manager’s Office

                                                   161 W. Michigan Avenue - Jackson, MI 49201
                                            Telephone: (517) 788-4035 — Facsimile: (517) 768-5820




MEMO TO:       Honorable Mayor & City Councilmembers

FROM:          Warren D. Renando, City Manager

DATE:          May 17, 2011

SUBJECT:       Position Title Changes

At the last City Council meeting Councilmember Breeding has requested the following:

        The Deputy to the City Manager title be changed back to Community
        Relations Liaison, and

        The Assistant City Manager/Community Development Director title be
        changed to Deputy City Manager/Community Development Director.

With your approval I will make those changes effective June 1st of this year. There will be no
changes in compensation.


WDR:skh
                       City of Jackson Police Department
                          216 East Washington Avenue
                            Jackson, Michigan 49201
                                  (517) 788-4127




                          MEMORANDUM
DATE:       May 9, 2011

TO:         Warren Renando, City Manager

FROM:       Matthew R. Heins, Chief of Police

SUBJECT: April Manager’s Report


Chief Matthew Heins
• Attended:
      o Meeting regarding alternate police shifts
      o Meeting regarding Sparton Industries fire
      o Meeting regarding police/fire department personnel positions
      o Policing Panel at Michigan State University
      o City Manager candidate reception
      o Meeting with JNET MSP Lieutenant
      o Meeting regarding public safety advertisement with City Manager
      o Meeting with Superintendent Dan Evans and Principal Barbara Pauli
      o Sheriff Dan Heyns’ retirement reception
      o Police Department Awards Ceremony
• Time Away from Office:
      o 2 hours Furlough
      o 8 hours Holiday
      o 48 hours Training
      o 56 hours Vacation

Deputy Chief John Holda
• Attended:
      o POLC – Staffing Meeting
      o Investigative Operation Meeting
      o Citizen Patriot – Crime reporting
      o Neighborhood Meeting – Dan Greer
      o Alternate Shift Staffing – Lay-offs
      o Act 345 Meeting
      o Training Consortium
      o 12th District Court – Law Enforcement Meeting
      o Area Chiefs Meeting
Police Mgr Report - 04-2011
Page 2 of 2
5/9/2011

          o   Public Safety w/City Manager
          o   Salvation Army
          o   Human Relations Commission
          o   Budget/Staffing Meeting
          o   NAACP Meeting – Public Safety
          o   Department Head meetings (2)
          o   City Council Meetings (2)
          o   Police Department Awards Ceremony
•   IT:
       o Replace Microfilm Reader
       o Mobile Field Reporting
       o MICR Reporting
       o New World – Data Conversion Support
       o Project conference Call
       o IT Update with Lori Lewis
       o Evidence Management System (Beast)
•   Time Away from Office:
       o 4 hours Sick
       o 4 hours Furlough

Lt. Elmer Hitt
• Attended:
       o Meeting reference Medical Marijuana Ordinance
       o Victim Rights Tribute
       o John George Home Board Meeting
       o City Affairs Meeting
       o SRT Training
       o Police Department Awards Ceremony
• Other update information:
       o The Energy Block Grant was completed 4/29/11. All work was completed
          before the deadline, consisting boiler replacement and lighting upgrades at
          JPD and ceiling insulation and heating register upgrades at JFD.
       o Consumers Energy has again asked for our assistance for their annual
          shareholder’s meeting on 5/20/11. They will pay for our services this year.
       o Police assistance for two special events during April. Orthopedic Rehab Run
          and the Family Services & Children’s Aid run.
       o Overtime detail on 4/22/11 was conducted utilizing an underage decoy to
          conduct alcohol compliance checks at party stores within the city. A total of
          18 checks were completed with Super Liquor being the only store selling to
          the minor. This was paid for under OHSP grant.
• Time Away from Office:
       o 40 hours Vacation
       o 17 hours Furlough

Lt. Christopher Simpson is currently at the FBI National Academy in Quantico, Virginia.

								
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