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Michigan Welfare From Stimulus

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Michigan Federal Economic Recovery - Request List

Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

16th Circuit Court

Clinton Township

delinquency prevention; school success

Develop infrastructure of connections to familiarize juveniles--who have attendance and behavioral problems at school--and their parents, to 21st-century workforce opportunities; and provide the juveniles with community service experiences that greatly strengthen their sense of personal accomplishment. 6/1/2009 Enhance services for education and workforce training in a day treatment program that provides adjudicated juveniles who are at risk of out-of-home placement with comprehensive educational programming to achieve a high school diploma or GED. Other program components include college prep, life skills, work readiness, vocatrional training, counseling, and community service. The program will focus on educational achievement and preparing youth for post-secondary education and entry into the work force. 6/1/2010 Develop infrastructure of connections to familiarize juveniles--who have attendance and behavioral problems at school--and their parents, to 21st-century workforce opportunities; and provide the juveniles with community service experiences that greatly strengthen their sense of personal accomplishment. 6/1/2009

9/15/2010

16th Circuit Court

Clinton Township

day treatment

16th Circuit Court

Warren

delinquency prevention; school success

16th Circuit Court

Warren

day treatment

Enhance services for education and workforce training in a day treatment program that provides adjudicated juveniles who are at risk of out-of-home placement with comprehensive educational programming to achieve a high school diploma or GED. Other program components include college prep, life skills, work readiness, vocationa training, counseling and community service. The program will focus on educational achievement and preparing youth for post-secondary education and entry into the work force. 6/1/2009 Rennovation and construction of a facility located at G-2040 W. Carpenter Road, Flint MichigaN 48505 The property will be rennovated to make the property more energy efficient. To update classrooms and to construct new classrooms for a High School program. The Academy will also improve the facility wiring for better electrical efficiency and to make the building more technology based. Significant is a focus on a Solar energy production site on the campus. The Academy will also upgrade the different educational resouce labs and rennovate the music room, computer room and other staff and students educational areas. 7/1/2009

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G-2040 Carpenter Rd.

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6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009 6/8/2009

Replace roof - Maint. Building Roof repair/replacement

Replace bathroom partitions - boys bathroom West Upgrade fire alarm system Upgrade fire alarm system Replace boilers Security cameras campus-wide Roof repair/replacement New asphalt on west end of campus

Upper Elementary Building

Upper Elementary Building General Campus

Upper Elementary Building General Campus

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Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

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Adrian College

Adrian

Through the renovation, expansion and integration of science-related academic fields and entrepreneurial studies, we propose to completely upgrade and modernize College facilities to be state-of-the-art, energy efficient and a stimulant for jobs in our region. Currently on the campus of Adrian College, there are two buildings, built in 1960 and 1966 respectively, that have not received major renovations or upgrades for nearly 50 years. This plan calls for total renovation of these two buildings that are key gateway facilities to academic programs including science, business, history, entrepreneurial studies, earth science, biology, political science, academic services Science Buildings Renovation and Expansion and sports management. The current state of these facilities at Adrian College is outdated, substandard and lacking in energy efficiency. 3/1/2009 (Peele and Jones Halls)

Adrian College

Adrian

Visual Arts Building Renovation and Expansion (Mahan Hall)

The Adrian College Arts and Interior Design departments are currently located in Mahan Hall, a 44-year-old building with significant energy management, technology, and maintenance challenges. Adrian College intends to convert Mahan into a state-ofthe-art classroom, studio, and exhibition space, providing a stimulus to jobs and the economy in our region.: PHASE ONE (Complete): Limited upgrade of classroom and studio space; Conversion of most basement floor space to Art Department; Conversion of most of first floor to Interior Design, including office renovation, lighting lab relocation, and multiple classroom reconfiguration; Addition of an Art Education Classroom in Mahan basement; Relocation of Fibers Studio to Mahan; Relocation and upgrading of faculty offices; and Relocation of Radio transmitter and remaining Communication Arts equipment to Rush Hall. PHASE TWO (December 2009): Total renovation of existing Mahan space; Major renovation of Mahan basement to accommodate enhanced Mac Lab, photography studio, and related studio space; Major renovation of Mahan first floor for Interior Design use; and Major upgrade of Ma 5/1/2009

Adrian College

Adrian

Performing Arts Building Renovation and Expansion (Dawson/Spencer Halls)

Adrian Public Library

Adrian, MI

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Through the renovation, expansion and integration of performing arts facilities, we propose to upgrade and expand Dawson and Spencer Halls, two buildings not significantly upgraded since 1962 and 1974 respectively. This will be accomplished in two phases: PHASE ONE: A large, climate controlled storage room located off the south end of the existing Spencer Hall. This new structure would be used to store band equipment, stage extensions, risers, pianos, chairs, and other stage equipment currently stored in the wings and dressing rooms of Dawson Auditorium, on the floor of Spencer Hall, and in the basement of Pellowe Hall. It would also include replacing the old Spencer men’s/women’s restrooms with new, upgraded restrooms. Ramps would replace stairs in Spencer and a new entrance to Spencer would extend from the north side of Spencer Hall along the Dawson wall, allowing for a new ramp and new entrance doors into the west side of Dawson. PHASE TWO: A two-story building wrapping around the exterior of Spencer hall, providing class rooms, faculty offices, teaching studios, practice rooms for the Adrian College Music Department. A dance s5/1/2009 The fire suppression upgrade is projected to cost $18,300 and involves an inspection of our wet sprinkler system and the replacement of all sprinkler heads over fifty years old in the body of the library. 3/15/2009 Our elevator is being replaced by a holeless elevator from Otis. This is a green project as it is being replaced due to concerns of jack failure and potential ground water contamination. The estimated construction cost of the elevator project is $49,000. We are in the process of purchasing the elevator replacement at an additional cost of $61,700. 3/15/2009 Upgrade of 50 year old building wide lighting system. Installation of fluorescent lighting with electronic ballasts. This project will not only result in energy efficiency but also result in higher quality illumination and color rendition. 3/15/2009

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18,300

Elevator Replacement Construction

6/15/2009

$

61,700

Adrian Public Library Lighting Upgrades

8/15/2009

$

176,500

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Adrian Public Library

Adrian, MI

Adrian Public Library North, East, and West Exterior Renovation

Removal of the existing EFIS (Exterior Finish and Insulation System) with take place on the North, East and West elevations. It will be replaced with new masonry and brick to 8 ‘ above the ground. Installation of new energy efficient EFIS will take place above the new brick to the roof deck. This project is projected to cost $233,000.00 3/15/2009

9/15/2009

Adrian Public Library

Adrian, MI

Adrian Public Library HVAC Upgrade and South Façade and Interior Renovation

Our larger renovation project is taking place on the south side of the library and is estimated to cost $641,000. The south side exterior work involves the construction of a new front façade of brick and cultured stone. The south side interior renovation will result in an expansion of 3,200 square feet of public space where a new teen room, coffee shop, and mezzanine for casual library use will be located. A new small business/entrepreneur center will also be located in the renovated area. Energy effiencenies will be gained in this project by the use of sustainable materials in the furnishings (furniture and floor coverings), updated HVAC and insulation for this area of the building, the recycling of hot air created in the coffee shop to our building wide HVAC system, and solar energy gained by the South windows. 3/15/2009 Addition of new science labs, classrooms and multipurpose building, renovations of existing classrooms, technology and energy efficiency upgrades, site improvements

Advanced Technology Academy Dearborn 48126

ATA Phase II Renovations

AGBU Alex and Marie Manoogian School Southfield, MI

AGBU Alex and Marie Manoogian School

The AGBU Alex and Marie Manoogian School Board of Directors decided to build a high school building In order to address the growing needs of the school community. Funding for the new high school building is provided by benefactors as well as the school community. The construction The 35,000 square foot building began in August 2007 and is due to be completed in August 2009. As much excitement as this project has created in the school community, the students are deprived of a playgroud. The Manoogian school serves a K-12 student population of 345 and will grow to more than 400 in the very near future. The children need a playgroud desperately as it provides a safe and enjoyable haven, especially for the elementary and middle school students. This is a request to fund a much needed school playground. 8/1/2009 Air Advantage is a wireless broadband Internet provider serving 4,400 customers in a rural area of Michigan known as the Thumb of Michigan. This project will provide communication towers, customer premise equipment and infrastructure to expand wireless broadband service to a rural region that will pass approximately 255,000 households. This project assumes a 5% market share of those homes passed. Wireless broadband interent technology eliminates any impact to the environment while providing a needed service to rural America. 9/1/2009 Air Advantage is a wireless broadband Internet provider currently serving 4,400 customers in a rural area of Michigan known as the Thumb of Michigan. This project will provide a state of the art network operations center (NOC), administration complex and customer support facility to support and service the customers of the Air Advantage network. The new facility has potential to retain our existing 22 jobs and to create at least 30 new high-tech jobs in an area with unemployment rates exceeding the State average. The project will be constructed to LEED specifications. 3/1/2009

Air Advantage, LLC

Rural Areas of Lenawee, Monroe counties in MI and Northern Ohio and Wireless Broadband Network Expansion Northern Indiana Regions 7, 8 and 9

Air Advantage, LLC

Frankenmuth, MI; Saginaw County

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400,000

8/31/2014

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12,902,500

Wireless Broadband Expansion - Network Operations & Call Center

12/31/2009

$

4,750,000

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Air Advantage, LLC

Huron, Tuscola, Sanilac, Saginaw, St. Clair, Lapeer Wireless Broadband Network Expansion Counties Current Coverage Area

Air Advantage is a wireless broadband Internet provider serving 4,400 customers in a rural area of Michigan known as the Thumb of Michigan. This project will provide communication towers, customer premise equipment and infrastructure to fill in gap coverage that will pass approximately 125,000 customers currently not served in our existing infrastructure footprint. Wireless broadband Internet technology eliminates any impact to the environment while providing a needed service to rural America. 3/1/2009 Air Advantage is a wireless broadband Internet provider serving 4,400 customers in a rural area of Michigan known as the Thumb of Michigan. This project will provide communication towers, customer premise equipment and infrastructure to expand wireless broadband service to a rural region that will pass approximately 155,000 households. This project assumes a 4.5% market share of those homes passed. Wireless broadband internet technology eliminates any impact to the environment while providing a needed service to rural America. 3/1/2009 Air Advantage is a wireless broadband Internet provider serving 4,400 customers in a rural area of Michigan known as the Thumb of Michigan. This project will provide communication towers, customer premise equipment and infrastructure to expand wireless broadband service to a rural region that will pass approximately 215,000 households. This project assumes a 5% market share of those homes passed. Wireless broadband internet technology eliminates any impact to the environment while providing a needed service to rural America. 6/1/2009 Air Advantage is a wireless broadband Internet provider serving 4,400 customers in a rural area of Michigan known as the Thumb of Michigan. This project will provide communication towers, customer premise equipment and infrastructure to expand wireless broadband service to a rural region that will pass approximately 200,000 households. This project assumes a 3% market share of those homes passed. Wireless broadband internet technology eliminates any impact to the environment while providing a needed service to rural America. 6/1/2009

2/28/2014

Air Advantage, LLC

Rural areas of Bay, Midland, Genesee and Shiawassee Counties

Wireless Broadband Network Expansion Region 1 & 2

Air Advantage, LLC

Rural areas of Ingham, Clinton and Washtenaw Counties

Wireless Broadband Network Expansion Region 5 & 6

Air Advantage, LLC

Rural areas of Livingston, Oakland, Isabella, Gratiot Wireless Broadband Network Expansion and Clare Counties Region 3 & 4

Aisha Shule/W.E.B. DuBois Preparatory Academy Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools

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7,166,000

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$

11,784,000

The renovation project for Aisha/Shule/DuBois Academy is designed to modernize and increase the energy efficiency of our circa 1940s building. The renovation plan includes a new roof (that will maintain the historical character of the building); new energy efficient windows and outer doors; remodeling and upgrading of bathrooms facilities; rewiring of the electrical system to support new technologies; the expansion of the school gym facilities to provide the academy's K-12 students with access to an optimum physical education experience during school; and renovation of the school auditorium to create a multi-media center that will allow students to interact with their peers world-wide through video conferencing, as well as provide a place for student presentations and learning through interactions with teachers around the world. 6/1/2009 5/20/2009 7/20/2009 7/20/2009 7/20/2009 7/20/2009

12/1/2009 8/30/2009 5/20/2009 7/1/2010 6/20/2009 12/30/2010

$ $ $ $ $ $

2,000,000 75,000 250,000 30,000 7,500 40,000

Replace/Fix High Boiler system Modernize Heating and A/C Units Classroom Carpet Landscaping HS/Ele Fire/Safety Modernization

Replace/Fix High Boiler system Modernize Heating and A/C Units Classroom Carpet Landscaping HS/Ele Fire/Safety Modernization

02262009

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Submitting Agency Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools Akron-Fairgrove Schools

Location City or Township

Project Name Update Bus Garage Asphalt Resealing and Replacing Replace Plumbing Educational Technology Infrastructure Update Bus Garage

Project Description

Start Date 4/20/2009 4/20/2009 7/20/2009 7/20/2009 5/20/2009 7/20/2009

Expected Completion Date 9/30/2009 7/20/2010 6/20/2009 9/20/2009 $

Funding Request 40,000 45,000 55,000 200,000 10,000 200,000 70,000 76,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Asphalt Resealing and Replacing Replace Plumbing Educational Technology Infrastructure

Well Modernization Well Modernization Replace Exterior Doors, Windows and Reseal Brickwork Replace Exterior Doors, Windows and Reseal Brickwork Phone System and File Servers Water Quality Issues Phone System and File Servers Water Quality Issues

5/20/2009

Alba Public School Alcona County Alcona County

Alba

Multipurpose Room

Multipurpose room to be used for numerous activities, Title 1 projects, Special Education activities well as some musical instruction. Completiion of this energy efficient project will also allow for additional classroom space that is much needed in our current cramped quarters. Spring 09 F30 between Wice Road and US 23 (2.5 miles) Hubert Road at N. end of Hubbard Lake from Mt. Maria east to Hubbard Lake Rd (1.0 mile) The Allegan County Animal Shelter Task Force has completed recommendations to build a new shelter to become compliant with State mandates. The Task Force has determined that repair costs to current shelter in combination with remaining life expectancy of current building have been determined to be unreasonable. Location would be adjacent to existing shelter. This would be shovel ready in 180 days. Current General Fund commitments expected to remain in place. The equipment needs for Allegan County Transportation are a back-up power generator, video surveillance for the transit facility, 2ea 2-post vehicle lifts, 1ea screwtype air-compressor. Benefit: Reduces maintenance expense to help maintain fleet an lower operational cost. Replace six MDOT eligible Transit vehicles. (2 ADA-vans, 4 Buses) Benefit: Reduces maintenance expense, maintains fleet continuity and newer engines reduce emissions providing cleaner air. Public transportation provides more affordable travel options for Americans.

Allegan County

Allegan

Animal Shelter

Allegan County

Allegan City

Equipment

Allegan County

Allegan City

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Transit Facility - Phase II

Complete the Phase II portion of the transit facility to include the maintenance shop and enclosed bus storage. Benefit: Supports additional job creation in the construction field immediately and provides additional transit efficiency by reducing operational cost. This facility would create a long term effect by providing ongoing cost savings which would translate into additional access to employment Transportation. Public transportation provides more affordable travel options for Americans. The Phase I under construction now has many “Green Construction” components to include low power consumption lighting and high energy efficient heat and cooling. ACT continues to reduce duplication of services among agencies, by providing access to employment and healthcare to the general public. This has a huge economic impact by assisting residents with employment options not otherwise available.

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Allegan County

City of Allegan

Littlejohn Lake Park Improvements and Expansion

Improve and expand the facilities at Littlejohn Lake County Park to increase park usership and increase tourists and visitors to the area.

Park master plan Two years from completed in when funds January of 2009 become available

Allegan County

Heath Township

Silver Creek Park Improvements

Park master plan Two years from Make improvements to existing facilities at Silver Creek County Park and completed in when funds Campground (Equestrian Facility) that will draw more tourists and visitors to the area. January of 2009 become available Create a public Defenders Office in Allegan County, or a regional office to serve a group of rural counties, to provide representation to indigent defendants in criminal cases. Allegan County has tried twice and failed to receive brownfield site environmental assessment funds through the EPA grant program. While we currently are awating word on our third application to this program there are economic development opportunities that we are missing out on because of our inability to provide potential developers with funds to assist in assessing brownfield sites throughout the County.

Allegan County

Allegan

Public Defenders Office

5/9/2009

Allegan County

Allegan County

Environmental Assessment Funds for Brownfield Sites

Allegan County

Allegan County

Centralized Economic Development for Allegan County

Allegan County Allegan County

Allegan,Allegan Township Water and sewer extension Allegan VoIP system

Allegan County

Allegan

Generations Day Care

Allegan County

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Allegan County is currently in the process of creating a structure for a county-wide economic development initiative. The County has been without such an initiative since 2004 and our stakeholders, namely cities, villages, and townships, have indicated to us that this void at the county level hinders their economic development abilities at the local level. We will be working with a consultant over the next five months to help us develop a structure for this initiative but there is no question that there will be a large start-up and implementation cost to get this project started. In these tough economic times it will be difficult to impossible for Allegan County to come up with the funding to get this project up and running. We are looking for start-up funding for a two year period that would allow us to establish a county-wide economic development program It is our opinion that after this two-year start-up period this program will be selfsustaining. 1/1/2008

Extend water and sewer from Allegan City system to Dumont Complex at 3283 122nd Ave.to replace aging lagoon system for seven County buildings. 6/10/2009 Deploy a VoIP solution to build a continuity of operations solution with mobility capabilities for County offices. Provide child care services to children of county employees. Allegan County Medical Care Facility is a county owned nursing home that also provides adult day care services. With 300 county employees on campus, child care services would provide inter-generational sharing for residents and children, improve quality of life and serve as a much needed nursing home staff retention tool. March, 2010 To build a comprehensive medical clinic housing: dental, medical, and mental health services all under one roof. This would be funding to construct a new building. This clinic would serve those at 200% or below poverty level. The land would be donated, but construction and initial equipment costs exist.

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Project Description

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Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Allegan County

Allegan

Law Enforcement Center

The Law Enforcement Service Center would be part of an overall phased project to include the County Corrections Center and Inmate Re-entry Center. The facility would accommodate Sheriff’s law enforcement functions including, uniformed services and investigative services and all auxiliary operations of the Sheriff’s law enforcement functions. Furthermore, the Law Enforcement Service Center would include facilities to accommodate the training needs for all Allegan County law enforcement agencies; this would include classrooms, conference rooms and an indoor firearms range. The Prisoner Re-Entry center would be part of an overall phased project to include the Correctional Center and the Law Enforcement Service Center. The facility would accommodate all functions necessary to maintain essential operation for a re-entry center, i.e. housing, classrooms, training rooms for vocational education, rehabilitative services and administrative services. This center would share essential operation services such as medical, counseling, food and laundry services.

Allegan County

Allegan

Inmate Re-Entry Center

Allegan County Allegan County

Allegan Allegan

Corrections Center A.L.L.C.O.P.S.

The Correctional Center would be part of an overall phased Project to include the Prisoner Re-Entry Center and the Law Enforcement Service Center. The facility would be a 280-400 bed facility with the ability for future expansions. Facility would accommodate all functions necessary to maintain essential operations, i.e. inmate housing, classrooms, dayrooms, food service, medical services, laundry services, administrative services, educational/program services, visitation services, court services. Furthermore, the Correctional Center would include facilities to accommodate the needs of the staff for training, locker rooms, rest room and break rooms. Allegan County/Township Cooperative Law Enforcement Partnership (Subtitle B. Justice - Byrne COPS ASAP

Allegan County Allegan County

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Courthouse Security Wireless infrastructure backbone

Allegan County

Allegan

Community Mental Health Clinic Building Renovations (Security)

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The Courthouse Security Program would establish a permanent, supportive enhancement to our Courts at 113 Chestnut, Allegan, MI. Re-allocation of space and construction to allow adequate service to over 110,000 visitors annually is necessary. $ 50,000

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Deploy a wireless backbone link between geographically separated data complexes. The Community Mental Health Outpatient clinic is currently structured in a way that is not safe for staff and for people receiving services. The building needs to be renovated to restrict access beyond the front door, separate children receiving services from adults, and to improve outdoor lighting.

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145,000

Insulation of moderate value homes for energy efficiency. Specifically attic insulation to an R-38 level in homes with an SEV of >$50,000. The cost would be shared by the homeowner at a 10% rate of the cost of having the desired amount of insulation installed. The US Dept. of Energy estimates that only 20% of homes built before 1980 are adequately insulated. http://www1.eere.energy.gov/consumer/tips/insulation.html

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Submitted Requests - Not Approved

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Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Allegan County

Allegan

Allegan County has maintained a combined Administrative Services/Courthouse facility in downtown Allegan. As needs have increased over the years and the facility was no longer sufficient to house all operations. General County Administrative Services were moved to a temporary location within Allegan Township as well as Probate Court. Operations such as Equalization, Register of Deeds, Drain Administrative Building to House All Non-Court Commission, and Vital Records still reside in the Courthouse. Given the needs of the Related Functions - Courthouse Bulding For Courts this facility needs to be reengineered to be exclusively a Courthouse. The All Court Functions (Part of County-Wide other operations, including County Administrative Services, need to be located in a Facilities Master Plan) separate facility (County Services Building) within downtown Allegan. Consolidation of Community Mental Health Services Into One Location (Part of CountyWide Facilities Master Plan) Low Income Housing/Transitional Housing/Shelters/Continuum of Care/Plan to End Homelessness This project is not shovel ready but would include renovating a building, including the possibility of expanding it to accommodate all of Community Mental Health Services a one site. CMH is currently housed in three sites and it would be more efficient if all staff were in the same building. Lack of affordable housing is a huge issue in Allegan County. We have a developer that is willing to work with us to renovate existing apartment complexes and utilize tax credits or project based vouchers to create housing that is affordable.

Allegan County

Allegan

Allegan County

Allegan

Allegan County

Allegan

Senior Services Funding

Allegan County currently has a millage for senior services and provides such services as personal care, in-home respite, home delivered meals, volunteer drivers, adult day care, homemaking. Unfortunately, the approximate $1 million dollar annual millage is falling short of meeting the demand in these areas and support the implementation of other services designed to meet transportation needs and health/wellness/education with dollars to leverage with the millage funding these services can be enhanced and new services can be implemented.

Allegan County

City of Allegan

Sobriety Court

Allegan County

Various cities throughout Allegan County Municipal Wireless

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This project to determine feasibility of wind generation on our 240 acre campus at Green Certified/Alternative Energy Feasibility 3283 122nd Ave. to provide part or all energy needs for some of our six buildings at Study this site Goal is to perform replacement of Heating and cooling systems, roofing systems with added insulation, windows and electrical components that are not energy efficient and costly to maintain have been deferred due to lack of available funding. These replacements would be at our Courthouse at 113 Chestnut St, our Jail at 112 Walnut St.,our County Services Building at 3283 122nd Ave., and our Youth Home at 2243 33rd St.

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Most Judges would tell you that irresponsible alcohol consumption is one of the most significant factors driving our criminal dockets. A solid majority of domestic violence, assault and battery, theft, and property crimes are committed by people with significant alcohol problems. In the last 50 years, the problem of drunk driving has exploded in our society and the courts. Specialty sobriety courts are recognized to be better equipped to handle alcohol cases by permitting swifter resolutions, reducing backlogs, and improving outcomes. The characteristic of most sobriety courts are intense alcohol-addiction treatment and heavy court supervision, using a jail sentence as the last resort. These courts save the court money in jury fees, witness fees and police officer overtime. Also, the time saved on trials and pre-trial motions frees up bench time to be used for review hearings. A probation officer would be necessary to oversee the intensive probation. Some monies (approximately $44,000) could be collected in program revenues and fees. Deploy a “walk around” wireless solution into strategic municipal areas throughout the County to enhance interconnectivity and provide economic growth.

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Allegan County Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan County Road Commission Allegan Township

Budget Stabilization Allegan Township Facility Improvement

The County of Allegan is experiencing a similar economic climate as the rest of the state. We are feeling the pain of the economic recession as everyone attempts to cut back on spending. Property taxes, which account for over 65% of our local revenue, are projected to be, at best, stagnate over the next four years. Other revenue sources within the county are either decreasing or at best holding their own. However expenses are continuing to grow 3% to 4% per year with no expansion of services. This in itself presents a serious fundamental problem; there will not be sufficient revenues to support our current level of services. With revenue increases flat over the next four to five years funding for needed capital projects will simply not be available. A choice will have to be made of how to fund the most critical of these projects. In order to pay for some of these projects, current services to the residents of Allegan County may have to be cut (this would mean job loss). The economic stimulus package offers the County of Allegan the opportunity to preserve these jobs while improving the infrastructure of many of the core services we offer the residents of our Rehabitate and replace our Administrative Office and vehicle maintenance facility in Allegan. 5/9/2009 Replace Culvert carrying Plummers Creek. Current culvert capacity needs improvement to prevent washing out of road which has occurred twice this year. Resurfacing from Otsego City Limit to 10th Street.

Ganges Township Otsego and Gun Plain Townships Lee Township Lee and Cheshire Townships Manlius and Saugatuck and Fillmore and Laketown Townships Heath Township Watson and Hopkins Townships Saugatuck Township Lee Township Overisel Township Watson Township Otsego Township Hopkins and Wayland Townships Allegan Township

Culvert Relacement Road Resurfacing Road Resurfacing Road Resurfacing

Resurfacing from 48th St to 56th St and Make "All Season" route Resurfacing from 46th Ave to 56th Ave with minor renovation

Road Resurfacing Road Construction and Paving Road Construction and Paving Lake Michigan Shore Revetment Culvert Relacement Culvert Relacement Culvert Relacement

Resurface from 58th Ave to Blue Star Hwy. 128th Avenue to 134th Avenue

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732,000 136th Ave 3,000,000 38th Street 1,400,000 124th Ave 8,000,000 180,000 102nd Ave 160,000 144th Ave 160,000 112th Ave 160,000 20th Street 6,600,000 12th Street 6,074,400

Replace Culvert washed out in September Storm Event on Local Road System Replace Culvert washed out in September Storm Event on Local Road System Replace Culvert closed several years ago on Local Road System

Road Construction and Paving

Replace Culvert closed several years ago on Local Road System 6/9/2009 Construct and Pave to a three lane width and "All Season" structure from 135th Ave to 129th Ave. 8/9/2009 Construction sanitary sewer around Miner Lake to eliminated failing septic systems. The project comprises a physical education and wellness center facility with four classrooms for a 10-year old, K-12 public school academy in the heart of northwest Detroit. The facility will be enhanced by a landscaped entrance to the campus and appropriate parking that will serve the 1000-student academy community. Replacement of sewer to eliminate sewer backups. Cured in place pipe lining of trunk sewer to eliminate inflitration of groundwater into sewer. 42nd to Pierce and Pierce to M-45 8/15/2009

Miner Lake Sanitary Sewer

Allen Academy Allendale Township Allendale Township

Detroit Allendale Township, Ottawa County Allendale Township, Ottawa County

Allen Academy Whispering Creek Drive Grand Valley State University Trunk Sewer Inprovements

6/1/2009 May, 2009 May, 2009

9/1/2009 Aug., 2009 Aug. 2009

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City of Alma

Alma

Water Plant Warehouse Project

Construction of a 40x50 warehouse for the water treatment plant. Warehouse to be used for equipment storage and storage of water distribution repair components such as water valves, and pipe. 8/1/2009

12/31/2009

$

90,000

City of Alma

Alma

Alterations to the existing Municipal Building that was constructed in 1976 to reduce energy consumption. Retrofit insulation into walls and ceiling areas of the existing structure. Replace existing windows, and install weather stripping; upgrade existing Municipal Bldg Energy Improvements Project mechanical equipment and insulate the existing ductwork.

7/1/2009

9/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

Wright Ave Roundabout

In 2004 the City of Alma hired Dan Burden of Walkable Communities Inc. to meet with the community over two days and discuss ideas to make Alma more pedestrian and bicycle friendly. Taking the ideas from the multiple day charrette the community converted the downtown one way street system back to a two way street system. Another interesting idea that came out of the discussion was the idea to convert three intersections in the downtown area to roundabouts. The City Commission then hired an architectural firm to do some conceptual designs for the intersections of Pine Avenue, State Street, and Wright Avenue. The roundabouts will create center piece for the downtown area, increase safety, and will also lower the emission for cars because they to not have to sit at the lighted intersection waiting for the light to turn green. Since there are no lights at the intersection there is energy and maintenance savings for the City and State of Michigan. This will continue the downtown’s move to green technology, with the installation of LED streetlights and roundabouts. Project would include removal of the existing traffic signal and road surfaces; installation of co 8/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

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Pine Avenue Roundabout

In 2004 the City of Alma hired Dan Burden of Walkable Communities Inc. to meet with the community over two days and discuss ideas to make Alma more pedestrian and bicycle friendly. Taking the ideas from the multiple day charrette the community converted the downtown one way street system back to a two way street system. Another interesting idea that came out of the discussion was the idea to convert three intersections in the downtown area to roundabouts. The City Commission then hired an architectural firm to do some conceptual designs for the intersections of Pine Avenue, State Street, and Wright Avenue. The roundabouts will create center piece for the downtown area, increase safety, and will also lower the emission for cars because they to not have to sit at the lighted intersection waiting for the light to turn green. Since there are no lights at the intersection there is energy and maintenance savings for the City and State of Michigan. This will continue the downtown’s move to green technology, with the installation of LED streetlights and roundabouts. Project would include removal of the existing traffic signal and road surfaces; installation of co 8/1/2009

10/1/2009

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500,000 MDOT

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City of Alma

Alma

Sanitary Infiltration & Inflow Project

Project to reduce the infiltration and inflow of ground water and storm water into the sanitary sewer system. Line the interior of existing sanitary sewer mains in the area of Lift Station #8 and repair sanitary sewer manholes to prevent infiltration. Line approximately 10,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer and reconstruction of twenty sanitary manholes. 7/1/2009 The existing two span bridge structure located on Bridge Avenue crossing the Pine River is presently listed on the MDOT critical bridge list for repairs and reconstruction. Deterioration of the structure has resulted in reduced load limits being imposed and the FSR reduced to its present rating of 38.1.The bridge structure requires replacement of the deck, superstructure, and the replacement or restoration of the mid-span piers of the sub-structure. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed May 2009. 6/15/2009

9/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

Bridge Structure at Pine River

City of Alma

Alma

2010 Sanitary Sewer Replacement

Replacement of sanitary sewer main adjacent to the east side of the Pine River from the north side of Superior Street to the south side of the Mid-Michigan RR tracks. The existing sanitary sewer starts as a twenty inch diameter pipe and flows into a fifteen inch pipe and finally into a 30 inch sewer main. This project would replace the existing fifteen inch pipe with a continuous 20 inch sanitary sewer to the existing 30 inch. The project would reduce sewer backup and overflows during high flow periods. Approximately 900 linear feet of sanitary sewer would be replaced and two bores would be required to cross the RR tracks and the state trunk line of B.R. 127. 6/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

Alma Riverfront Brownfield Project

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The Alma Riverfront Brownfield Project is the final phase of removing the remaining contaminated soil in the Alma Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment Project Area. The goal of this long-term project is to reclaim the Mill Pond Riverfront from its history of industrial usage, to create a mixed used development for commercial, retail, recreation and residential living. This development would be like no other in the Mid Michigan area. With funding from an SEP Project, CMI Grant, DEQ Loan, EPA Cleanup Grant and Local Funding the City of Alma as accomplished: The environmental study of the riverfront area, Community Master Planning and Concept drawings for the riverfront, purchase of property, demolition of the existing structures and removal of contaminated soils. A major component of the project was to move outdated Alma Iron and Metal facility (Metal Recycler) off the riverfront and relocating them to a more appropriate area on the former Total Refinery property (this site also considered a brownfield). This piece of the project allowed Alma Iron and Metal to build a brand new facility with today’s current environmental standards and expanded 6/1/2009

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2010 Capital Improvement Project

Reconstruction of Golfside Drive from Superior Street south to Riverview Drive (0.37 miles) and Pineview Court from Riverview Drive southward (0.06 miles). Both streets are city local streets with a Paser rating of 4 for Golfside Drive and a Paser rating of 3 for Pineview Court. Reconstruction on Pineview Court would include replacement of concrete curb and gutters as required, improvements to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street sub-structure and new HMA surfaces. Reconstruction on Riverview Drive would include improvements to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street sub-structure and new HMA surfaces. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed in March of 2009. 6/1/2009

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Alma

2009 Capital Improvement Project

Reconstruction of Prospect Avenue from Center Street north to Ammi Street (026 miles) and the resurfacing two blocks of Pine Avenue from Walnut Street north to Washington (.024 miles). The existing street (Prospect) is a major city street located in the central business district; and has a Paser rating of 2. Pine Avenue is also a major street within the City and is the principle route to the area High School and Middle School which experiences poor drainage issues. Reconstruction would include replacement of concrete curb and gutters as required, improvements to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street sub-structure and new HMA surfaces. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed in March of 2009. 6/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

Downtown Street Lighting Project

This summer working with MDOT the City of Alma completed the first phase of a downtown streetscape. Part of the streetscape included replacement of 36 of the thirty year old mercury vapor lights with new historically significant LED lights. The new LED lights use only 10% of the power the current mercury vapor lights use. Also the light fixture itself is estimated to last 15 years before it needs replacement, saving on maintenance costs. The style of the new lights has also been approved by the Michigan Historic Preservation Office as significant to the downtown of Alma. There is great energy savings potential in replacing the remaining 141 mercury vapor lights owned by the City of Alma in the Downtown District, with the new LED lights. The engineering for this project could be completed by April 15, 2009, and installation by September 30, 2009. 6/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

S. Lincoln Ave Reconstruction

City of Alma

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Reconstruction of S. Lincoln Avenue from the south City Limits to Marshall Street (0.50 miles), which is the only access to the City from the southward direction. The existing street is a major city street with an ADT of 5,000; that is presently two lanes and has a Paser rating of 2. Reconstruction would include installation of concrete curb and gutters, improvements to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street substructure and new HMA surfaces. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed in April of 2009. 6/15/2009

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W. Superior Street Reconstruction

Reconstruction of W. Superior Street from West City Limits to Charles Avenue (0.53 miles), which is the only access to the City from the westward direction. The existing street is a major city street with an ADT of 10,000; that is presently two lanes and has a Paser rating of 5. Reconstruction would include concrete curb and gutters, improvement to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street sub-structure, new HMA surfaces and increasing street width at the intersections with two other major streets (Luce Road and Charles Avenue) to three lanes for a center turn lane to increase safety. Street width would also be increase the entire length of the project for the inclusion of two “non-motorized” bicycle lanes”. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed in April of 2009. 6/15/2009 The rehab of the 3200’ north/south runway 18/36 and Taxiway B is currently under design and would be ready to go in the time frame specified. The project is part of the Gratiot Community Airport’s Five Year Development Plan. The project involves mill and resurface of the runway and taxiway, crack repair and grooving the runway surface. The Gratiot Community Airport Commission in the last five years has focused on raising revenues and improving current facilities and not construction any new facilities. 6/15/2009

9/15/2009

$

860,000 MDOT

City of Alma

Arcada Twp

Runway 18/36 Rehab Project

9/15/2009

$

495,000 MDOT

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City of Alma Alpena Community College Alpena Community College Alpena Community College Alpena County Alpena County Alpena County Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm

Arcada Twp

Construction of Parallel Taxiway

Runway 9/27 (east/west) is Gratiot Community Airport’s 5,000 foot main runway. In 2005 the east portion (runway 27) of the parallel taxiway was completed. The Airport Commission planned to complete the west portion (runway 9) of the taxiway when funds were available. The taxiway would be 2000 foot long and improves the operational safety of the runways by eliminating the need for backtaxiing on runway 9/27. The completion of the taxiway is also important as the airport moves to a WAAS system for GPS landings. The taxiway will allow the approaches to the runways to be lowered, making it safer to land. The new system will lower the current navigational maintenance costs for the airport. The taxiway project was scheduled as a 2010 project if there were enough AIP funds from the Federal Government available. The airport is a very important tool for rebuilding the County’s economic base and in 2009 Gratiot Community Airport will become an airport authority. The authority will contain the current owners the City of Alma and Gratiot County. The new members of the authority will be City of St. Louis, City of Ithaca, Pine River Township a 6/15/2009 ACC Lafarge Training Center

ACC Electrical Power Technology Education and Training Center ACC Transportation Center of Excellence Long Rapids Recreational Imp. Hubbard Lake Rd. Park Imp. Airport Improvements New Salt Building Construction Pearl Road

Hamilton Rd. Resurface Cathro Rd Resurface

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Leer Road Resurfacing - M065 to Carr Rd. (4.5 miles) Jacks Landing Road

Wolf Creek Road Resurfacing Bloom Road Construction - .5 miles east of Wessel Rd. to North Point (3.5 miles) Nicholson Hill Road Resurfacing - Spruce Rd. to Wolf Creek Rd. (6 miles) Lake Winyah Road Werth Road Resurface - Mud Creek to Spruce Rd (3.5 miles) Herron Road Reconstruction Tamrack Road/Werth Road Connector

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Submitting Agency Alpena County Road Comm Alpena County Road Comm Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township

Location City or Township

Project Name Local Road Resurfacing

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date $

Funding Request 5,000,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township Alpena Township

Bridge Across the Thunder Bay River Highland Ct. Water Extension Industrial Park Lake Winyah Water Extension Infrastructure Improvements in Alpena Twp Park Service Drive to Business off Bagley St. on N. Side of M-32 W. Infrastructure Imp. On Genshaw Rd. to Accommodate Golf Course Third St./Tamrack Rd. Extension Alpena Twp. - Water Extensions in Lay/Werth Rd. and French/Truckey Rd. Areas Long Lake Rd. Imp: Hamilton Rd. to US23 N. Road Relocation & Improvements: Burkholder Dr. to Lake Winyah Rd Water Extension: Burkholder Dr. Area Alpena Twp. Water/Sewer Imp. - Hamilton/US-23 N. Alpena Twp - Misc. Water and Sewer Extension Develop Road from Hamilton Rd. to Bagley St. Service Dr. - Bagley to King Settlement on S. side of M-32 W.

Alpena Township

Alpena Twp Alpena Township, Alpena Hamilton Road Water and Sewer County Improvements

Hamilton Road Water & Sewer Improvements - Includes Extension of 1750 LFT of 12" water and 8" sewer from US-23N east along south side of Hamilton Rd. Extension of 250 LFT of 12" water across Hamilton Road along east side of US-23N. Summer 2009 Extension of 1750 l.f. of 12" water and 8" sewer from US 23 north east along sould side of hamilton Road. Extention of 250 l.f. of 12" water across Hamilton Road along east side of US 23 North. Summer 2009

Alpena Township

Altenative Consumable Energy Solutions (ACES) & Eco-Park Ann Arbor/ Whitmore Partners, LLC Lake

Advanced Solar Installation

Amboy Township Amboy Township American Montessori Academy

Amboy Township, Hillsdale County Amboy Township, Hillsdale County

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This project partners a small Michigan company, Alternative Consumable Energy Solutions, Inc., (ACES) of Whitmore Lake, which has assembled and installed solar panels for 12 years, with Solar BanCorp, Inc. (SBC) of Toronto, Canada, to introduce 2 cutting edge Advanced Solar Technologies superior to any currently available. SBC is making them exclusively available to ACES for MI/OH. Bringing this new technology to Michigan now will help make it a leader in Advanced Solar Technology. SBC has: 1 Developed solar panels that deliver 200% of energy per SF of any current solar panel at about the same cost, with advanced solar energy storage for up to 9 days. System tests in Toronto will be completed in May 2009 and new panels will be available for introductory markets in the fall of 2009. 2) Become the North American distributor of new Eastern Europe technology – a solar film that is far more flexible and easier to install than other solar panel material; producing 20% more energy per SF than current technologies – at 10% less cost. ACES seeks state funds to install $60,000 systems on 50 state buildings ($3 Million); 2/3 the cost on 50 county and city office bu 5/1/2009

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Dry Hydrant Installation

Merry Lake Sewer Renovation Project

Install dry hydrants at Lake Diane to assist local fire departments with water supplies to utilize in fighting house, crop fields, and wildfires. These dry hydrants would service four rural community volunteer fire departments. The water from the lake would be delivered directly from the lake to the fire truck on the street. This eliminates the need of using well water. 8/1/2009 Lift station renovation, pond sludge removal and discharge measuring device installation. 4/1/2009

Oct. 1, 2009 10/1/2009

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Redford Township

Elementary School Renovatoin

Renovate a 1950s parochial school for use as a public school academy.

6/1/2009

8/1/2009

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500,000

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Location Submitting Agency City or Township Berrien Spirngs Andrews University Oronoko Township

Project Name Buller Hall Buller/Nethery Hall

Project Description

Start Date 6/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 9/1/2010 $

Funding Request 13,000,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Andrews University Andrews University

Oronoko Township Oronoko Township

Upgrade ResNet connectivity Broadband to University Housing

Upgrade broadband connections from 10Mbps to 100Mbps to the 640 residence hall rooms. 1 port per pillow. Each of three buildings would have 1GBps connections to Campus network. 5/9/2009 Install 100Mbps broadband Internet service to each of the 350 University apartments 6/9/2009

1/10/2009 Nov. 2010

Ann Arbor Film Festival

Ann Arbor

The Film Empowerment Project

This project will directly reach high school students throughout Southeast Michigan with art-driven, high-caliber short films presented by a filmmaker, with moderated discussion to teach media literacy. This program leverages the world-class creative content of the Ann Arbor Film Festival (AAFF) and a new focus within the State of Michigan toward the film industry. The AAFF is already conducting a traveling tour within the State of Michigan in the Summer of 2009 (state funded project) and has the capabilitiy to deliver this Film Empowerment project with a funded coordinator position. Increasing the impact of these workshops, the AAFF will provide free tickets to the participating students to attend the film festival and meet visiting filmmakers from throughout the world. This experience can enrich and empower high school students as they consider their future careers. 9/15/2009

Arab Community Center for Economic and Social Service

Dearborn, Michigan

Arab American National Museum

Arab-American and Chaldean Council

Detroit

Green Pedestrian Connections to Neighborhoods

Arab-American and Chaldean Council

Detroit

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We seek to demolish and renovate two small buildings adjacent to the Arab American National Museum (a project of ACCESS). This project will expand the Arab American National Museum by 15,000 square feet, increasing its size by almost 50%. This expansion will add space to the museum’s current 750 sq.-ft. store, and its 1,800 sq.ft. public library. It will also add a coffee shop, two classrooms, and exhibit design space. ACCESS has already received a Federal allocation through HUD of $1.1 million in restricted funding to purchase these two adjacent buildings. We have also developed architectural plans but put the project on hold due to the current state of the U.S. economy. The Arab American National Museum is the only museum in the U.S. that is dedicated to documenting and presenting Arab American history and culture. It is located in East Dearborn, adjacent to Detroit. It provides services to 50,000 people annually; 50% are students. The Museum serves diverse populations, many of whom come from low-income and/or new immigrant communities. Our programs are either free or very affordable. This expansion will not only ensure long-term employment for 6/1/2009 Five pedestrian connections will be constructed for access to the commercial and retail uses on the north and south side of West 7 Mile Road. Designed as green spaces they will also serve to connect the residential neighborhoods on each side of the commercial corridor as well. 8/15/2009 To define the image and support the marketing of the area, the neighborhood streetscape project will install streetlights, repair/replace sidewalks, street trees, planting beds, and pedestrian amenities such as benches and signage.

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7/1/2012

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Arab-American and Chaldean Council

Southfield

ACC Headquarters-Oakland County

The Arab-American and Chaldean Council (ACC) will construct an Oakland County headquarters. The ACC serves the areas of Wayne, Oakland and Macomb Counties as well as the City of Detroit and needs a visible and central presence to serve the growing Arabic population in Oakland County. 8/15/2009

4/1/2010

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Detroit

Souk Development

The souk market will serve as the focal point of the West 7 Mile Road neighborhood to highlight the Arabic heritage and image of the community. Operated with enclosed and open air vendor stalls merchants will set up displays, and sell wares, art, and ethnic foods to the public. 7/15/2009 The proposed streetscape project, consisting of new street trees and flowering plantings, benches and trash receptacles, sidewalk improvements, and crosswalks will result in increased pedestrian traffic and improved esthetics that inherently generate increased revenue for local businesses. The overarching goals of this project are to provide sustainability and livability, attract economic development and preserve the community. To aid in the marketing of the area and provide land area for new housing, the infrastructure and surface improvements, the green pedestrian connections, the neighborhood streetscape improvements, and the souk market.

5/15/2010

Arab-American and Chaldean Council

Detroit

Seven Mile Streetscape

6/15/2009

Arab-American and Chaldean Council Arab-American and Chaldean Council

Detroit

Demolition of Unsalvageable Foreclosed Properties

Detroit

Infrastructure and Surface Improvements

This project will repair/replace/install public water, sewer and storm water systems in the area and construct 150 new parking stalls for the West 7 Mile Road corridor retailers, souk market and commercial venues. 6/15/2009 This plan will present redevelopment guidelines to improve neighborhood safety and security, expanded housing options, neighborhood recreation and park facilities, traffic circulation and parking, pedestrian-friendly access, wayfinding systems, and funding strategies. Emphasis is placed on easily maintained materials and plantings, energy efficient building components, and green building design. The geographic area is north from Nevada Street to West State Fair Street and east from Woodward Avenue to the Canadian National Rail right-of-way. 2/17/2009 0.03

Arab-American and Chaldean Council Arab-American and Chaldean Council Arab-American and Chaldean Council

Detroit Detroit

Neighborhood Redevelopment Strategy Administration of Redevelopment Strategy

Detroit

Assemblage of Vacant Properties

Arab-American and Chaldean Council

Detroit

Housing Rehab and Renovation

Armbruster Inter County Drainage Board

Tuscola County, Huron County, Michigan The Armbruster Drain outlets into the Wiscoggin Drain at Clark Rd. in Sec. 14 of Akron Twp., Tuscola County. The Drain runs east 2 miles along Wildner Rd. and enters Huron County; continues east along Wildner Rd. 0. Armbruster Intercounty Drain

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Assembling properties in the area will be performed by real estate professionals for the purpose of expediting the redevelopment of the area for the local residents and expected influx of Iraqi immigrants.

This project will rehab up to 250 homes in the area. Similar to CDBG in administration and goals the renovations will mitigate lead-based paint, and improve energy efficiency through the replacement of windows, exterior doors, siding, insulation, roofing and appliances using Energy Star® certified building materials and construction methods. 5/1/2009

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350,000

1,450,000

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425,000 1,200,000

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10/1/2010

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5/1/2011

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Flood Relief for School & Agricultural Land Reconstruct existing channel to proper grade and cross-section Install new road and driveway culverts with proper size and grade Extend branches to currently inadequately drained areas Install appropriate soil erosion control facilities Jul. 2009 Demolition of a portion of the existing Art Reach Center, retaining the original historic recital hall. Construction of a new multi-story 8000 sq. ft.addition to house classrooms art studios, meeting & exhibit spaces, staff offices & work areas, etc. 5/9/2009

Sept. 2010

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790,000

Art Reach of Mid Michigan

Mt.Pleasant

Art Reach Center Expansion & Remodeling

5/10/2009

$

1,580,000

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Arts Council of Greater Lansing Lansing, MI

Arts Tickets Box Office Expansion

The Arts Tickets Box Office Expansion would provide an improved physical location, as well as a virtual online system to serve up to 140 arts and cultural groups in Ingham, Eaton and Clinton counties. Details of the expansion include a robust cultura calendar system, customizable cultural itineraries for paid and free activities, cultural mapping for tourism activities, online payments and donations for additional arts services, links to area restaurants and other businesses, and a highly visible physical location in downtown Lansing, blocks from the state capitol. The service would maintain and grow jobs in the arts and cultural sector, would help attract employees and cultural tourists, would add up to four jobs to to maintain and manage the Box Office, and would provide an additional four jobs for local designers, programmers and IT persons to assist with the operations of the system. The project has the support of the Lansing Economic Area Partnership (LEAP), the Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, and the regional cultural community. upon notification

Arts League Cranbrook

Detroit and Pontiac

Arts League Cranbrook Urban Campus

Arts League Cranbrook proposes to create an Urban Campus Neighborhood in Detroit utilizing adaptive reused, renovated, LEED certified buildings that would house K-12 charter schools. In addition to utilizing the building(s) for the schools, the multiuse facilities would also be used as a community oriented after school and weekend Arts and Sciences Center. The facilities would educate more than 1250 school children and adults daily. The "Artology" Center will provide public programs, classes, tutoring, educational enhancement activities and capitalize on the community resources in the immediate area as well as the variety of resources and educational opportunities available throughout the state. Faculty and staff will be drawn from the ranks of Cranbrook Academy of Arts graduates, Cranbrook Institute of Science interns and Arts League of Michigan affiliated artists, as well as experienced educators. 200 construction workers would be employed over the next 18 months and the school and “Artology” Center would provide 150 new permanent jobs. A set of existing buildings will be renovated to house the AL-C charter school(s), a K-12 colleg 7/1/2009

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Project Description Goal: to stimulate tourism, revenues and appreciation of Michigan in three ways: 1. Twenty Michigan artists create individual art pieces which when joined become a mural featuring a prominent Michigan shoreline locale: ie, Sleeping Bear Dunes. Michigan shoreline galleries and/or town halls would each have one of the segments displayed, creating 20 destinations for touring Michigan. Annually the 20 sites would change, allowing many Michigan sites to participate over the years. Promotion to include Michigan.org, travel guides, yearly posters, website updating. Promotion to be both national and international for travel opportunities in the Us, especially Michigan. For example utilizing Intrepid Travel which brings Austrailians to the western US but not Michigan. 2. Yearly a book would be published of the works of the 20 participating artists via Lulu.com or other website. This showcases Michigan artists, project information and history. The book would be distributed and sold at Maritime Museums, lighthouse sites, State Parks, national Lakeshores, libraries, travel bureaus, bookstores, online, etc. 3. Blue shores Festival, annually, would promoas soon as

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Monroe Street Water Main

Monroe Street Water Main: Ash Township developed plans to extend a 12” water line through the downtown Village of Carleton. The current water mains are 4” to 6’ in diameter and are near70 years old. The Village is in the process of creating a new streetscape on Monroe Street within the Historical Downtown area. They are in need of a new water line prior to undertaking the streetscape project. 4/1/2009

1.5 years

$

1,350,000

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Ash Township

Ash Township

Ash Township Water Main Improvements

Water Main Improvements: Over the past several years Ash Township has extended their water distribution system over 18 miles to service residents who’s wells have either dried up or are experiencing high levels of sulfur. In the past, residents relied on water being trucked in. Now approximately 75% of Ash Township residents are serviced with water. There are still many residents in need of water. Extending the water system not only eliminates the need for residents to truck in water but will also help improve the over distribution system by providing much needed looping. The Township also experiences low pressures and low flows in the summer season. Estimated Cost $18,000,000. 4/1/2009 Grafton Road Water Main Replacement: Currently Grafton Road between Sigler and Newport has 4” water main that was installed in the 1920’s to service an old Nike base. The water line is in poor condition and unable to provide the 30 residents with adequate fire protection. The resident’s serviced by the line request that Ash Township remove and replace the 4” line with a new 12” main that will provide them with adequate flows and pressures and ensure them proper fire protection. Estimated Cost $375,000. 4/1/2009 Telegraph Rd. Sewer Treatment Facility. Purchase sewer treatment facility on Labo and Telegraph Rd. to allow us to run sewer lines down Telegraph Rd. This is the heart of our commercial and industrial zoned property The location is a rural community of 10,000 called Ash Township (Carleton), MI. Their currently is no sewer on Telegraph Rd. in our Township. Their are several residential septic tanks that are starting to fail requiring sewer treatment. 4/1/2009 Run water lines down Monroe Street providing water and new fire protection. 4/1/2009 1.5 Million Gallon elevated water storage tank centrally located at the City Civic Cente Complex Aug., 09

Ash Township

Ash Township

Grafton Road Water Main Replacement

Ash Township Ash Township City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills

Ash Township Ash Township, Monroe Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills

Telegraph Road Sewer Treatment Facility Monroe Stret Water line CC Water Storage Tank Opdyke Water Storage Tank Auburn Road 20" Water Main Featherstone Road 20" Water Main Featherstone Road 16" Water Main Adams Road 12" Water Main

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3,725,000 925,000 NA Civic Center 4,000,000 Complex 5,000,000 Opdyke Road Squirrel Rd. to 2,000,000 Opdyke DWSD meter and 2,500,000 Doris Road Doris Road to 500,000 Opdyke Auburn Rd. to 2,000,000 South Boulevard Commonwealth to 2,000,000 Five Points Dr. Featherstone Rd. 3,000,000 to Walton Blvd. Glenmeade Rd. to 500,000 Lapeer Rd. 3,500,000 5,000,000 Taylor Rd. to 2,000,000 Lapeer Rd. Clinton Oakwood Sanitary Sewer 2,100,000 District 5,000,000

Aug., 09 Aug., 09 Aug., 09 Aug., 09

Auburn Road 16" water main improvement Squirrel Road to Opdyke Featherstone Road 20" water main improvement between DWSD Meter and Doris Road Featherstone Road 16" water main improvement Doris Road to Opdyke

Adams Road 12" water main improvement Auburn Road to South Boulevard. Aug., 09 Pontiac Road 12" water main improvement Pontiac Road from Commonwealth to Five Points Drive Aug., 09 Opdyke Road 16" water main improvement Featherstone Road to Walton Boulevard Aug., 09 Brown Road 12" water main improvement Glenmeade Road to Lapeer Road Village Center 200 space parking structure River Walk master plan development along the Clinton River in the Village Center Completion of Taylor Road realignment to Lapeer Road Reconstruct the Sanitary Sewer System in the Clinton Oakwood Sanitary Sewer District Completion of the Galloway Storm Water Management project Aug., 09 Aug., 09 Aug., 09

Auburn Hills

City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills

Auburn Hills Auburn Hills

Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Galloway Storm Water Management

Nov., 09 Nov., 09

Nov., 10 April, 10

$ $

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Location City or Township Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills

Project Name Bloomfield Orchards Water Main Joy Road Water Main Dept. of Public Service relocation Hawkwoods Nature Center Cabins Walton Blvd. Streetscape Hawthorne Forrest Pedestrian Pathways

Project Description Bloomfield Orchards water main improvement project Joy Road water main improvement, sewer rehabilitation, asphalt road reconstruct Reconstruction and relocation of the Department of Public Services facility Reconstruction of the cabins, nature center and lodge at the Hawkwoods Nature Center Walton Boulevard streetscape and street lighting from Opdyke Road to Squirrel Road Hawthorne Forrest subdivision curb/catch basin rehabilitation, asphalt road mill and overlay Pedestrian pathway intersection improvements for ADA compliance Galloway Trail Link pedestrian pathway from Squirrel Road to Bald Mountain Road connecting to the Hawkwoods Nature Center Amberwood Conservation Area park development

Start Date June, 09 May, 09 May, 09 April, 09

Expected Completion Date Nov., 09 Sept., 09 May, 10 April, 10

Route (Infrastructure Funding Request Only) Bloomfield $ 3,000,000 Orchards $ $ 1,500,000 Joy Road 15,000,000 7,500,000

City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills

Auburn Hills Auburn Hills

Galloway Trail Link Amberwood Conservation Area

Avondale School District

Avondale School District: Auburn Hills, Bloomfield Twp., Troy and Rochester Hills Avondale schools SMART Classrooms

Bangor Township Bangor Township

Bangor Township Bangor Township

Hidden Road to Lupine Dr. Water Main Loop Fletcher Subdivision Drainage Improvement Phase I

Bangor Township Bangor Township

Bangor Township Bangor Township

Bangor Township

Bangor Township

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My name is John Pagel and I currently have a dual role in the Avondale School Distric (Auburn Hills, MI) of Elementary Principal and District Technology Director. During the past year, I have worked with our District Technology Team to develop plans for SMART classrooms within our district. We have recently installed a fiber network and now have the infrastructure ncessary to capture and distribute educational video content throughout our district. The district vision is to create a central hub for educational video content (including but not limited to: digitized/licensed copies of purchased content, distribution of educational cable television, and district created video content and professional development that can be distributed throughout the district to classrooms that each have a SMART Board, a mounted data projector and sound field system. The project would also allow for live capture of special district events, concerts, sporting events and digital announcements. Teachers and students would then become not only the end users, but also the creators of content that can be used for teaching and learning for years to come. We have installed 9 classrooms a 2/1/2009

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John Pagel, Director of Technology and Elementary 600,000 Principal

Install 700 feet of new 8-inch water main from the end of Hidden Road to Lupine Drive. Which will loop the water system to improve water quality and fire flows.

5/1/2009

8/1/2009 8/1/2009

$ $

58,800 160,700

Install storm water collection tile in the northwestern streets in Fletcher’s Subdivision 5/1/2009 Remove approximately 900 feet and a width of 31 feet from back-of-curb to back-ofcurb of existing concrete pavement and subbase and replaced with a new bituminous pavement section consisting of 12 inches of sand subbase, 6 inches of aggregate base, and 3 inches of bituminous pavement. With minor curb and gutter replacement, and approximately 280 lineal feet of the existing storm sewer improvement. 5/1/2009 Install storm water collection tile in the remaining streets in Fletcher’s Subdivision 5/1/2009

8/1/2009 8/1/2009

$ $

177,000 265,000

Gary and Erie St. Water Main Improvement

Extending 450 feet of new 12-inch PVC water main from the existing Bay County Civic Area, located on Shrestha Drive, eastward across the Huron and Eastern Railroad and along the existing Gary Street right-of-way to the intersection of Gary and Chilson Streets. Additional 1,500 feet of 8-inch PVC water main will be installed along Gary and Erie Streets. 5/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

284,000

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Bangor Township

Bangor Township

Euclid Ave. - Beaver Rd. to Tobico Beach Water Main

Replacing 2,600 lineal feet of aged and/or undersized existing water mains with a 12inch PVC water main. The new main will extend from the existing 24-inch main at Beaver Road northward along North Euclid Avenue to Tobico Beach Road where it wi be connected to an existing 10-inch water main. An existing 8-inch water main at Killarney Beach Road and approximately five existing 1-inch water services will also be reconnected. 5/1/2009 Purchase of adjacent property for expansion of township hall. Our township hall is a hub for our community with many rentals for wedding receptions, family reunions, community events and is in need of more facilities, ie bathrooms, kitchen facility, gathering/meeting rooms. Desire is to purchase adjacent property, demolish existing structure and construct addition to our township hall with small park/sitting area on grounds. 8/1/2009 Purchase of adjacent property for expansion of township hall. Our township hall is a hub for our community with many rentals for wedding receptions, family reunions, community events and is in need of more facilities, ie bathrooms, kitchen facility, gathering/meeting rooms. Desire is to purchase adjacent property, demolish existing structure and construct addition to our township hall with small park/sitting area on grounds. 8/9/2009

8/1/2009

Banks Township

Banks Township

Expansion of Township Hall

Banks Township

Banks Township, Antrim County

Expansion of Township Hall

Banks Township

Banks Township

Atwood is small rural village along US 31 corridor. Desire to place 20-30 street lamp posts along business corridor to improve visibility and improve aesthetics of the New Street Lighting in rural village of Atwood community. 6/1/2009 Historic Township Building, built in 1930's with WPA funds, lacks energy efficiency lighting. Building lighting currently consists of 10 300W lamps in the ceiling to illuminate a large auditorium. Seeking funds to replace existing with new energy efficient lighting fixtures.

Banks Township

Banks Township

Township Hall Lighting

Banks Township

Banks Township

Township Hall Insulation

Historic Township Building, built in 1930's with WPA funds, no insulation when constructed, lacks energy efficiency. Windows have been changed within 20 years to more energy efficient. Seeking funds to thoroughly insulate historic building to modern standards. 5/1/2009 Historic Township Building, built in 1930's with WPA funds, needs more energy efficient heating and cooling systems. Currently using 3 furnaces with LP fuel to heat the building. Desire to replace with geothermal heating/cooling units. 6/1/2009 Desire to replace two old gasoline powered fire department water tanker trucks with two new diesel powered tanker trucks. Old trucks currently have leaks in the water tanks and engines lack power to climb the many hills within the township. In dire need to replace these two trucks soon for the safety of personnel, property owner assets and improve efficiencies. 5/1/2009 Ellsworth is small community of less than 400 residents with limited high speed internet access. Desire is to improve wireless high speed availability with hotspot with a new antenna on the township hall. 7/1/2009 Upgrade portion of main trunk line east to west within the township, connecting to adjacent city. Upgrade to establish Class A standards for purpose of job development and retention. Currently, businesses must travel an additional 23 miles to deliver goods & services during the spring load limit season. The top three employers within the local village are transportation based employers. 5/1/2009 Historic Township Building, built in 1930's with WPA funds, lacks energy efficiency lighting. Building lighting currently consists of 10 300W lamps in the ceiling to illuminate a large auditorium. Seeking funds to replace existing with new energy efficient lighting fixtures.

Banks Township

Banks Township

Township Hall Heating & Cooling Upgrade

Banks Township

Banks Township

Replace two old fire dept tanker trucks

Banks Township

Banks Township

Improve Internet Access

Banks Township

Banks Township

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Infrastructure & Economic 500,000 Development

500,000 Infrastructure & Economic 90,000 Development

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Energy & Natural 8,000 Resources

7/1/2009

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Energy & Natural 20,000 Resources

10/1/2009

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Energy & Natural 40,000 Resources

5/1/2010

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Infrastructure & Economic 500,000 Development Infrastructure & Economic 10,000 Development

10/1/2009

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C-48 upgrade to Class A Road

9/1/2009

$

Infrastructure & Economic 750,000 Development

Banks Township

Banks Township, Antrim County

Township Hall Lighting

5/9/2009

7/9/2009

$

8,000

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Banks Township

Banks Township, Antrim County

Township Hall Insulation

Historic Township Building, built in 1930's with WPA funds, no insulation when constructed, lacks energy efficiency. Windows have been changed within 20 years to more energy efficient. Seeking funds to thoroughly insulate historic building to modern standards. 5/9/2009 Historic Township Building, built in 1930's with WPA funds, needs more energy efficient heating and cooling systems. Currently using 3 furnaces with LP fuel to heat the building. Desire to replace with geothermal heating/cooling units. 6/9/2009 Desire to replace two old gasoline powered fire department water tanker trucks with two new diesel powered tanker trucks. Old trucks currently have leaks in the water tanks and engines lack power to climb the many hills within the township. In dire need to replace these two trucks soon for the safety of personnel, property owner assets and improve efficiencies. 5/9/2009 Ellsworth is small community of less than 400 residents with limited high speed internet access. Desire is to improve wireless high speed availability with hotspot with a new antenna on the township hall. 7/9/2009

7/9/2009

Banks Township

Banks Township, Antrim County

Township Hall Heating & Cooling Upgrade

10/9/2009

Banks Township

Banks Township, Antrim County Banks Township, Antrim County Banks Township, Antrim County

Replace two old fire dept tanker trucks

Banks Township

Improve Internet Access

Banks Township

Atwood is small rural village along US 31 corridor. Desire to place 20-30 street lamp posts along business corridor to improve visibility and improve aesthetics of the New Street Lighting in rural village of Atwood community. 6/9/2009 Upgrade portion of main trunk line east to west within the township, connecting to adjacent city. Upgrade to establish Class A standards for purpose of job development and retention. Currently, businesses must travel an additional 23 miles to deliver goods & services during the spring load limit season. The top three employers within the local village are transportation based employers. 5/9/2009 Replace and upgrade gym lights Replacement of two boilers

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Banks Township, Antrim County Harris / Harris Twp Harris / Harris Twp Harris / Harris Twp Harris / Harris Twp Harris / Harris Twp Harris / Harris Twp

Road Improvement Gym Lighting Boiler project Security System Clock system Computer Lab Upgrade Security Fencing

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Student transition and time management

Replace 32 computers in main lab Safe Guard the students and facility

Sanitary Sewer System Extension

Baroda Township was requested to look into extending sanitary sewers into a residential portion of their community on the west side of the Village of Baroda. The homes in this area are forty to sixty years old. The native soils in the area are a heavy soil and there is a high groundwater table. These two conditions are not at all favorable for septic fields. The septic fields for these homes have failed. The life cycle for a typical septic field is ten to twenty years. Recently, some homeowners have replaced their septic fields. This activity and associated costs have caused the homeowners to approach the Township to look at costs for extending the sanitary sewers from the village into this area of the township. Various scenarios were explored and project costs were estimated. These results were presented to the homeowners and the decision was made to table the project until a later date. 4/1/2009

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Cleveland Ave from Church Street to Jayme Dr, Mariane Dr from Russell Road to Marlen Dr amd Amy Dr from Russell Rd to Marlen Drive, Marlen Dr from Cleveland Ave to Mariane Dr and Russell Rd from Cleveland Ave to 1,400,000 Mariane Dr

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Barton Township

E.17 mile Barton Twp.

New Town hall

Barton Twp. Owns 27 acres that has a small park and building with pit style toilets. This building was rented out 45 times in 08' the building is small and substandard for this use. The Township hall is the 100 plus year old converted school house that is non-compliant for handicap use. This building is tearably outdated and in need of major repairs and renovations, roof, furnace,Etc.. A new Township hall at the park property would eliminate the need for two seperate locations and would serve as a rental hall as well as Township hall and offices. All Township officials are currently When funding is keeping office space in their homes due to substandard building space. available Grub,grade,gravel and pave Beech Ave. from 16 mile 4300' North. This section of Beech Ave. has been Prepared for paving by Grubing,grading and graveling. Cost to complete was $14,468.10 Newaygo County Road Commission Project # 488.01.02 Grub,grade,gravel and pave 17 mile from Cypress 11/2 miles west to entrance of Golf Course. 17 mile has had some preperation work finished in 2007. This preperation work consisted of Grub, grade and gravel of approximatly 1/2 mile between Cypress and elm cost to the Township was $42,791.71 Newaygo County Road Commission Project # 488.01.01

Barton Township

Beech Ave. Barton Twp.

Beech rd. paving

Barton Township

E.17 mile Barton Twp.

17 mile paving

Bay Arts Council, Inc

Bay City

Bay Arts Council Masonic Temple Restoration/Repurposing

Bay County Dept of Water & Sewer

Bangor Township, County of Bay Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements

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Bay Arts Council’s Masonic Temple has 3 usable floors and a 4th floor attic space. Each floor is approximately 9600 SF of space. Building height is approximately 50’. Project includes stabilization and upgrading of historically significant building. Emphasis on efficient systems, care and repair of structure to control energy usage. After renovations, the building will look like it did in the late 19th, early 20th century and function like a 21st century building. Exterior: excavate/repair/waterproof foundation, install drain tile, connect to sump pump Repair/Clean/Seal Sandstone & Terra Cotta, Clean & Tuck point brick Restore clay tile Mansard Roof Replace built-up roof with energy-efficient membrane roofing, insulation and flashing Restore, paint, retrofit double hung windows with insulated glass Interior: Install new electrical system and distribution Install general power and lighting Remove existing steam system, install HVAC system with VAV boxes for control and zoning options Remove existing plumbing pipes and fixtures, replace all sanitary & supply lines, install lines for new w/in 90 days of toilet rooms and catering kitchen, install hot water heater and fixtures, all gas piping Infunding award

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Upgrade the 30 year old West Bay County Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. "Green" design elements will include: 1) Design to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) standards 2) 30% aeration energy reduction by converting aeration system from "coarse bubble" to "fine pore" aeration and installation of variable frequency drives 3) Heating, ventilating and air conditioning (HVAC) energy reduction by replacing current HVAC systems with a geothermal HVAC system using plant effluent water as the water source 4) Building energy savings by replacing building exterior walls panels with new energy efficient panels 5) Improve operational efficiency by expansion of the treatment plants supervisory control and data acquisition system (SCADA) 6) Reduced stormwater generation through installation of native vegetation and permeable concrete surfaces 7) Reduced toxic chemical usage by replacement of chlorine disinfection system with ultraviolet (UV) disinfection 8) Completion of solar and wind turbine investigations during design to determine the cost-effectiveness of installing these renewable energy sources 9) CoMay, 2009

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Bay County Dept of Water & Sewer Bay County PSA

Redirect Hampton Township, Portsmouth Township and City of Essexville's Wastewater to the West Bay County Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant. "Green' design elements will include: 1) Design to Leadership in Energy & Environmental Design (LEED) standards 2) Construction of 36 million gallon earthen retention basin and internal pumping station and piping to address increased wet weather event Hampton Township, severity due to climate change and eliminate all future sanitary sewer overflows from Portsmouth Township, the West Bay County Regional Wastewater Treatment Plant 3) Wastewater overflows City of Essexville, Bangor from the City of Bay City's wastewater collection system will be reduced 4) Township (all in the Wastewater overflows from the City of Essexville's combined sewer overflow basin County of Bay) Wastewater Collection System Improvements will be reduced May, 2009 Bay City new gym and enlarge kitchen 7/1/2009

BaySail

Essexville/Hampton Township

Creation of a waterfront environmental education center for delivering K-12 curriculum based science lessons and for promoting stewardship and awarness of the Saginaw River, Saginaw Bay, and Great Lakes. These programs will complement BaySail's existing shipboard science programs (established in 1997) that have served over 28,000 students. The center will be a model of green design with solar energy systems, on-site stormwater management, extensive green roof, rain water cistern, permeable parking area, and a greenhouse for propigating native species. The center will also include two classrooms, outdoor education areas, a raised walkway over the wetlands, and a pier for mooring BaySail's two schooners. Student capacity will be approximately 16,500 annually. The center will be located on 3.0 acres of Saginaw River property donated to BaySail by the US Coast Guard in 2006. The project will include restoring the wetlands on this property through invasive species control and 6/1/2009 Saginaw Bay Environmental Education Center native species growing projects.

BCD, Inc. & 21st Century Fuels, LLC Beaver Island Bedford Township

Ann Arbor Beaver Island Bedford Township, Monroe County

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Liquid Propane (LP) is the least expensive and most abundant US Alternative Fuel (AF); 90% U.S. produced and environmentally beneficial as Compressed Natural Gas (CNG), has wider retail distribution than CNG, E85 or biodiesel, and is prioritized by the EPA for all AF and Alternative-Fuel Vehicle (AFV) subsidies. Public use is limited by a lack of LP-using engines on the road. Though LP-vehicle production is multiplying, retrofitting millions of vehicles can increase use of this superior AF now. Michigan has the 3rd largest US supply of LP and can be a national leader. Widespread retrofit and LP distribution programs will create thousands of jobs in 3-18 months. The Diesel Magnum (successfully tested by Ford Mo. Co. and Georgia Tech) is a retrofit system that inject 30+% LP into a Diesel engine, increasing its MPGs by 20-45%; Vogas+ retrofit systems inject 90+% LP into a gasoline engine. Both lower fuel cost; reduce NOx and particulate emissions’ and cost $5,000 installed. The Diesel Magnum Introductory Retrofitts to Propane Education & Research Council (PERC) sees them as the most cost Advance LP as Alternative Fuel effective, easily distributed method to increase LP use – now – benefiting the economy 4/1/2009 Road Commission Facility Bedford Charter Township Fire Station No. 56 Addition to dormitory, new apparatus bay, new special equipment bay and interior construction renovations for training. 5/15/2009

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Bellaire Public Schools

Purchase wireless hubs plus Power Over Ethernet Hubs to make both school buildings in the district completely wireless. The addition of this technology would enable the students and community to have unlimited access to the latest technology available. It would increase the connectivitiy to ensure that no areas within the district are without broadband access. 7/1/2009

12/31/2009

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Bellaire Public Schools

Bellaire Public Schools

Purchase of a new telephone system for the entire school district (two buildings). The current system is more than 10-12 years old and needs to be replaced. This would add to the safety of all students and staff and allow for better communication with student families. 7/1/2009 Connect the elementary building with the village sewer system. This was a component of a previous bond proposal but had to be removed due to the cost of the project. Prelimnary plans are still available. 7/1/2009 Addition of interactive whiteboards technology for six (6) classrooms to integrate technology into the classroom and curriculum to help increase student achievement, as well as to prepare students for the 21st century learning model. 6/1/2009 Purchase of fifteen (15) document cameras that connect to teacher computer work stations. These cameras allow the entire class to view what is being displayed on the teacher workstation. 7/1/2009

12/31/2009

Bellaire Public Schools

Bellaire Public Schools

12/31/2009

Bellaire Public Schools Bellaire, MI

Bellaire Public Schools

Bellaire Public Schools

Bellaire Public Schools

Bellaire Public Schools

Bellaire Public Schools Bengal Township, Clinton County Bengal Township Hall Benton Harbor Benton Harbor Benton Harbor Benton Harbor Charter School Benton Harbor Charter School Benton Harbor Charter School

Purchase additional "leveled readers" for our READ 180 program. Also puchase additional materials and an additional ten (10) site licenses for the READ 180 program. These purchases will allow us to service additional students who are struggling with reading and are at least two grade levels behind where they should be at this time. 7/1/2009 Construction of a new township hall to replace the existing hall which was built around 1850 with no restrooms or running water. The township does not own the land that the existing hall sits on. 7/1/2009 HVAC renovation to provide energy efficiency.

Bengal Township Benton Harbor Charter School Benton Harbor Charter School Benton Harbor Charter School

Renovation of approximately 40,000 sq ft for expansion of K-8 program. To enhance technology with wireless broadband connectivity, two modern computer labs, and classroom smart boards.

Benton Harbor Public Library

Benton Harbor

Benton Harbor Public Library Renovation/Expansion

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This project in intended to completely renovate and expand the Benton Harbor Public Library. The project will bring the Library into compliance with ADA/Handicapped accessibility requirements. It will also "green" the Library by replacing the HVAC systems for energy efficiency, replacing windows with modern glazing materials, installing a "green" roof, and using other energy saving methods. It will update the wiring and other areas for modern technology needs. It will bring the building into compliance with current building codes. It will completey reconfigure the interior for maximum use of available space. Finally, the renovated Library will serve as an archo and drawing card for the ongoing rebuilding of downtown Benton Harbor. 8/1/2009

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Sanitary Sewer Extension

Sanitary Sewer Improvement and Extension Projects: Berlin Township has taken the incentive to provide its residents with sanitary sewers. As stated above they built their own WWTP in the 1970’s. Also, as stated above Berlin Township is located along the western shores of Lake Erie. The existing sanitary sewer system needs to be extended in order to eliminate septic fields and to improve improved water quality. There are many residents within the Township who are still on septic fields. Given Berlin Township borders the shores of one of our Great Lakes it is important from an environmental standpoint that the Township eliminate the septic fields. Water quality is a top priority. The new sanitary sewer extension projects could be ready for construction in approximately 120 –180 days. Estimate Cost of the project ready for construction is $8,500,000.

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Berlin Township

Berlin Township, MI

WWTP IMProvements

Berlin Township Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWTP) Improvements: The Berlin Township WWTP was built in the 1970’s. Berlin has performed several upgrades, however, with the new clean water requirements and environmental standards the WWTP is in need for even further upgrades. Recently, the EPA guidelines changed and Berlin Township’s WWTP is struggling to remain in compliance. New the WWTP needs new aeration and clarification upgrades. The distribution chamber is the original chamber and is deteriorating and the valves do not function correctly. 180 Days Water Main Looping: Throughout the past 10 years Berlin Township has taken the incentive to provide its residents with water. The new water main projects have eliminated wells and improved water quality. There are several areas within the Township where residents are still on wells and areas that have dead end lines. In order to eliminate wells, improve the water quality and water pressure additional water mains need to be added and dead end lines need to be looped. There are several projects completed and the project is ready to bid immediately. There are other projects could be ready for construction in approximately 90 –120 days. 120 days Berlin Township Pump Station #6: In 2008, Berlin Township upgraded two of their undersized pumping lift stations. Pump Station #7 was completely upgraded, however, there was not enough funds available to completely upgrade Pump Station #6. In 2008 the pumps were replaced to help alleviate the problems. The existing station is undersized, deteriorated and needs to be completely upgraded. The plans for this project are complete and the project is ready to bid immediately. Construction could begin within 30 day of approval. ASAP Estral Beach Slip Lining Sanitary Sewer House Leads: Estral Beach is a Village located along the shores of Lake Erie. In 2001, the Township slip lined the main line sewer but did not have the funds to slip line the house leads. The house leads produce a considerable amount of Inflow & Infiltration (I&I) into the sanitary sewer system. The plans for this project are complete and the project is ready to bid immediately. Construction could begin within 30 day of approval. ASAP

3-4 Years

Berlin Township

Berlin Township, MI

Water Main Looping

Berlin Township

Berlin Township, MI

Berlin Pump station #6

Berlin Township

Berlin Township, MI

Estral Beach Sanitarty Sewer Lead Lining

Berrien County

Berrien Twp, Berrien County, MI

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In 1998 and again in 2005, the Berrien County Board commissioned master plans for the replacement of the County's Animal Control Shelter. It was determined that renovation of the existing facility was simply not cost effective. The public has become more sensitive to the needs of animals, and animal control shelters have become more sophisticated. Shelters are brighter, more airy, and technological advancements have created new materials that do a better job of meeting a shelter’s needs, specifically in controlling the spread of disease and energy consciousness. Since this is a rural site, consideration has been given to installing wind turbines as an alternative energy source. A 12,367 ft2 facility has been proposed on property Construction will already acquired by the County for this purpose. This is 1,150 ft2 larger than the begin 6 months existing facility which will house more animals and permit a more efficient operation. after award

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Berrien County

St. Joseph, MI

Berrien County Jail

The Berrien County Jail currently has three floors and 112,000 ft2 of floor space. It was originally constructed in 1951 and added on to in 1981. The inmate population has exceeded the “safe classification” (273) capacity in every year since 1995. It has exceeded the State rated capacity (341) in every year since 1995 except in 2008. Extreme measures were implemented that year by restricting the number and term of DOC inmates, expanding the use of alternative sentencing programs, reducing bond requirements, and early releases. While successful in reducing the numbers over this relatively short period, these methods have increased the risk to public safety and reduced the overall effectiveness of incarceration. The County is just finishing a master plan of a new facility which will increase capacity by 47% and provide a safe and secure environment for the staff and inmates. The project will also include new Construction will 28 months after parking for the Jail and Courthouse. The County currently owns the property on which begin 14 months construction it intends to build the new facility. after award begins Pediatric nurse public health educators with directly with teen mothers and low income mothers and families from pregnacy through early childhood to assure positive human development outcomes reducing child abuse, learning disabilities will increasing the capacity of low income mothers and families to raise healthy children and prepare them for academic success 6/1/2009 The propert owners in this draiange district have had drainage issues recently due to the accumulation of silt in the open channel and failed pipe sections in the balance of the project. As a result of these inadequaccies, the homeowners have been unable to move storm water from their basements as well as from their yards and fields. This project would update the drain with properly sizes pipe and an open channel which could adequatley handle the flow. The project would redistribute the trench and channel spoils on to the adjacent properties. 4/9/2009 Territorial to North Branch-Resurface 1.5 miles Insulate Building

Berrien County DOH

Benton Harbor

Nurse Family educator

Berrien County Drain Commissioner Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission

Baroda Township Bainbridge Baroda Baroda Baroda Baroda Baroda Baroda/Lake Benton Benton Benton Benton Benton Benton

Sparling and Gonder Drain Biastock Road insulation-Baroda Garage Metal Siding-Baroda Garage Salt Storage-Baroda Garage Ruggles Road Hills Road

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Landon Road North 220,000 of Browntown Road 220,000 12,000 24,000 181,000 210,000 320,000 320,000 40,000 50,000 70,000 89,000 150,000 160,000

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Hills to Hinchman-Resurface 1.4 miles Freehling to Snow Road-Resurface 2.0 miles

Jericho to Cleveland-Resurface 2.0 miles Install North Garage Access Door Connect Sanitary Sewer – Drain Field Clean & Video Storm Sewer System-1.9 miles

Garage Access Door-Benton Harbor Garage Drain Field-Benton Harbor Garage

Pipestone Road

Separate Floor Drains-Benton Harbor Garage Connect Sanitary Sewers-Separate Floor Drains Generator-Benton Harbor Facility Empire Avenue Install generator for power failure-Admin Building & Garage Euclid to Benton Center-Resurface 0.8 mile

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Location City or Township Benton Benton Benton Benton Benton Benton Benton/St. Joseph Berrien Berrien Berrien Berrien/Niles Bertrand Bertrand Bertrand Buchanan Buchanan Buchanan Buchanan Buchanan Buchanan Buchanan/Weesaw Chikaming Chikaming Chikaming Coloma Coloma Coloma

Project Name Salt Storage Facility-Benton Harbor Garage Britain Avenue Highland Avenue Yore Avenue Napier Avenue Napier Avenue Napier Avenue Huckleberry Road Eau Claire Road Hochberger Road Fairland Road Chamberlain Road Mayflower Road Buffalo Road Insulation-Bakertown Garage Metal Siding-Bakertown Garage Furnace-Bakertown Garage Salt Storage-Bakertown Garage Miller Road Wagner Road

Project Description 5,500 Ton Salt Storage (60 x 100) Benton Harbor City Limits to Crystal-Resurface 1.0 mile Benton Harbor City Limits to Crystal-Resurface 1.0 mile Napier to Empire -Resurface 0.9 mile Broadway to M-139-Mill&fill 0.6 mile Plaza Drive to I-94-Mill&fill 1.1 miles Clean & Video Storm Sewer System-3.4 miles Pokagon to Eau Claire-Resurface 1.8 miles Hochberger to Hipps Hollow-Resurface 1.6 miles Eau Claire to Pipestone-Resurface 1.8 miles Old Us 31 to M-140-Resurface 1.8 miles

Start Date 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 $

Funding Request 181,000 250,000 300,000 300,000 350,000 550,000 150,000 300,000 400,000 475,000 300,000 190,000 220,000 250,000 12,000 24,000 40,000 136,000 420,000 450,000 850,000 350,000 460,000 750,000 100,000 120,000 200,000

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Rynerson to Mayflower-Resurface 0.9 miles Chicago to US 12-Resurface 0.8 mile

Red Bud to Mayflower-Resurface 2.0 miles Insulate Building

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3,400 Ton Salt Storage (60 x 80) Madron Lake to Red Bud-Resurface 2.8 miles Boyle Lake Road to Madron Lake-Resurface 2.9 miles Cleveland to Garr Road-Resurface 5.3 miles Prairie to Flynn-Resurface 2.0 miles Warren Woods to Sawyer-Resurface 3.0 miles Red Arrow to Red Arrow-Resurface 4.6 miles Mountain to Coloma City Limits-Resurface 0.5 mile Little Paw Paw Lake to Hagar Shore-Resurface 1.0 mile Paw Paw Lake to Township Line-Resurface 0.7 mile

Lake Shore Road

Paw Paw Avenue

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Location City or Township Coloma Coloma Galien Galien Hagar Hagar Hagar Hagar/Benton Lake Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln Lincoln New Buffalo New Buffalo New Buffalo New Buffalo Niles Niles Niles Niles Oronoko Oronoko Pipestone Pipestone Royalton

Project Name Red Arrow Highway N. Coloma Road Olive Branch Road Buffalo Road Martin Road Zoschke Road Riverside Road Riverside Road California Road Red Arrow Highway Washington Avenue John Beers Road Red Arrow Highway Lincoln Avenue Townline Road Yasko Road Wilson Road Maudlin and Hoder Roads East Main St. Philip Road

Project Description Boyer to Coloma City Limits-Resurface 0.9 mile Little Paw Paw Lake to Hagar Shore-Reconstruct 1.0 mile Nye to Cleveland-Resurface 1.3 miles Hampton to Cleveland-Resurface 2.3 miles Little Paw Paw Lake to Hagar Shore-Resurface 1.0 mile Paw Paw to Eaman-Resurface 1.0 mile Coloma to Martin Road-Resurface 2.6 miles Paw Paw to Chabot-Resurface 3.7 miles Bridgman to Red Arrow Highway-Resurface 0.3 mile Stevensville City Limits to I-94-Mill & fill 0.9 mile John Beers to Linco-Resurface 2.0 miles

Start Date 5/1/2009 7/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/1/2009 8/1/2010 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 $

Funding Request 350,000 800,000 200,000 360,000 120,000 125,000 400,000 600,000 100,000 350,000 350,000 400,000 450,000 650,000 100,000 125,000 1,500,000 2,680,000 200,000 350,000 400,000 450,000 220,000 250,000 220,000 550,000 150,000

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Washington to Cleveland-Reconstruct 0.5 mile

Linco to Stevensville City Limits-Mill&fill 1.3 miles John Beers to Maiden Lane-Resurface 2.5 miles Lake Shore West to End-Resurface 0.6 mile Wilson to Maudlin-Resurface 1.0 mile

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Reconstruction-1.7 miles and install sanitary sewer Niles City Limits to County Line-Resurface 0.7 mile

Niles-Buchanan to St. Joe River-Resurface 2.0 miles Bertrand to Fort-Resurface 2.7 miles State Line to Fulkerson-Resurface 1.8 mile Scottdale to Garr-Resurface 1.5 miles Red Bud to US 131-Resurface 0.9 mile Pipestone to Sinclair-Resurface 1.5 miles Park to M-140-Resurface 3.5 miles Marquette Woods to John Beers-Resurface 1.0

Third Street/State Line Lemon Creek Road

Hochberger Road

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Location City or Township Royalton Royalton Sodus Sodus Sodus St. Joseph St. Joseph St. Joseph St. Joseph St. Joseph Three Oaks Three Oaks Three Oaks Three Oaks Three Oaks Three Oaks Three Oaks Three Oaks Various Various Various Various Various Various Miners Road

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Project Description M-139 to End-Reconstruct 1.5 miles Cleveland to M-139-Resurface 3.6 miles Clean & Video Storm Sewer System-2.3 miles Pipestone to Naomi-Resurface 1.7 miles Park to Naomi-Resurface 4.3 miles Clean & Video Storm Sewer System-1.0 mile Cleveland to Washington-Resurface 0.5 mile Jakway to Napier-Resurface 0.8 mile St. Joe River to Broadway-Mill&fill 1.2 miles I-94 to Hilltop-Mil&fill 2.1 miles Connect Sanitary Sewer – Drain Field

Start Date 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 $

Funding Request 500,000 670,000 100,000 280,000

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Marquette Woods Rd. Sodus Parkway Hillandale Road Pipestone Road Hilltop & Washington Nelson Road Fairplain Napier Avenue Cleveland Avenue Drain Field-Three Oaks Garage Separate Floor Drains-Three Oaks Garage Salt Storage Facility-Three Oaks Garage Basswood Road Schwark Road Building Expansion Three Oaks Garage Three Oaks Road Forest Lawn Road

Connect Sanitary Sewers-Separate Floor Drains 3,400 Ton Salt Storage (60 x 80)

Kruger to Elm Valley-Resurface 0.9 mile

Forest Lawn to US 12-Resurface 1.5 miles Building Expansion

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County wide-1,000 primary structures County wide-1,200 local structures County wide-12 local bridges Seal Cracks in Concrete Bridge Decks-14 Bridges Add 8” gravel local roads-177.9 miles Upgrade Guardrail-20 miles

Gravel Local Roads

8,100,000 3,100,000 136,000 120,000 130,000

Salt Storage-Eau Claire Garage Bowe’s Landing Sub Dan Smith Road

3,400 Ton Salt Storage (60 x 80) Watervliet Township-Resurface 0.5 mile Hennesey to M-140-Resurface 1.0 mile

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Submitting Agency Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Berrien County Road Commission Bessemer Area School District BEST Academy BEST Academy BEST Academy BEST Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy Bingham Arts Academy

Location City or Township Watervliet Watervliet Weesaw Weesaw Weesaw Bessemer Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Alpena Alpena Alpena Alpena Alpena Alpena Alpena Alpena Alpena Bingham Township, Clinton County Dwight Boyer

Project Name

Project Description N. Watervliet to County Line-Resurface 1.3 miles Watervliet Township-Resurface 1.5 miles Holden to Cleveland-Resurface 1.0 miles Kruger to Glendora-Resurface 4.4 miles Wagner to Elm Valley-Resurface 2.5 miles Window replacement. 4th floor renovations (5 classrooms) multi-purpose room repair boiler system, electrical system, plumbing system, elevator and parking lot paving roof repair and replacement Hot water heaters for (3) classroom restrooms Steel interior doors for security Thermal windows throughout building Modernize boiler system peripherals Staff restroom

Start Date 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 $

Funding Request 200,000 250,000 125,000 700,000 800,000

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Fairview Subdivision Wagner Road Pardee Road Cleveland Avenue Bessemer Area Schools Washington Elementary/AD Johnston

Repair basement foundation leaks

Bingham Tonwnship

Intergovernmental Sewer Agreement between Replacement of township lagoon system with a hook-up to the City of St. Johns City of St. Johns & Bingham Townhsip sanitary sewer system.

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Nov., 2009

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1,900,000 Elevated water storage tank or ground storage tank with booster 800,000 pumping station

Water Storage/Pumping

Construct potable water storage for Birch Run Township to comply with MDEQ's recommendations.

6/1/2009

9/1/2009

$

Birch Run Township

Birch Run Township

Dixie Hwy Water Transmission Main

Construct approximately 4 miles of 12”-16” water transmission main to provide additional water supply to the Township. This water main will provide a second supply for reliability and additional fire flows to existing commercial and light industrial development and will supplement an existing water main that supplies both the Village of Birch Run and Birch Run Township. This water main will also provide an additional supply to much of the water distribution system that has no secondary supply if the existing primary water supply were to fail. This water main would also allow the Township to meet MDEQ and City of Saginaw requirements for the Township water system. 6/1/2009

9/1/2009

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Dixie Hwy Pumping Station near Townline Road to Birch Run 3,800,000 Road

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Project Description An alternative to the above: replace with green, environmentally-friendly permeable asphalt.

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Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center Birmingham Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center Birmingham Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center Birmingham Birmingham Bloomfield Art Center Birmingham Bishop International Airport Authority Flint

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Green Parking lot

July, 2009

July, 2009

$

839,820

Parking lot replacement

Remove and replace approximately 56,000 sq ft of bituminous asphalt parking lot with standard DOT asphalt. June, 2009 Remove and replace existing aging roofs, including adding insulation to exceed code requirements with LEED certified insulation April, 2009

June, 2009

Roof replacement

HVAC replacements Terminal Expansion

Replace 3 rooftop plus 3 interior HVAC units with energy efficient units. Terminal Expansion

Feb., 2009 6/1/2009

Blair Memorial Library City of Clawson

Blair Memorial Library Imagine the Future

Blair Memorial library is celebrating 80 years of operations in a building that is over 46 years old. The proposed project was designed by Anderson, Eckstein and Westnick, Inc., which includes exterior building improvements, window replacements, entrance improvements, floor carpeting improvements, alarm system additions, electrical up grades, restroom improvements, Work/Staff area improvements. The project further will add an additional 60 per cent to the reconstructed building and further added amenities such as computer work stations, entrance enhancements, expanded collections area, a children's library, circulation desk, a community room and exterior links to landscape areas outdoors. Project Cost is 1.6 million The Blar Memorial Library Services over 12,000 residents and circulates over 100,000 transactions in the last year. Blair Memorial Library has high traffic and usage especially for the children's programming and other adult services and programs. The Library is located in a central downtown location of a very action urban City that is undergoing huge re-vitalization. 6/9/2009

Blissfest Music Organization

Harbor Springs

Blissfest Arts Recreation Center

Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp

Twin Lake, Michigan

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As Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp prepares for its 44th Season, construction of new camper housing and replacement of two outdoor rehearsal facilities destroyed by record snowfalls will be critical to our operation. We are respectfully submitting this “shovel ready” project for consideration by the pending American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan (ARRP). Two of Blue Lake’s outdoor rehearsal facilities were destroyed due to excessive snow weight-load in December of 2008. These 40’ X 80’ structures serve as primary rehearsal facilities for several of Blue Lake’s student symphonic bands during the primary summer season. Designed in keeping with Blue Lake’s natural setting within Manistee National Forest, the rehearsal facilities are open on all four sides and include percussion storage. An energy efficient lighting system with timers is included in the reconstruction costs. In response to the demands of growing enrollment and student waiting lists, we are prepared to begin construction on a new boys housing unit in April of 2009. The unit will include 4 cabins, housing 11 students and one counselor each; 1 unit director cabin; and 1 unit bathroom with toile 4/1/2009

6/1/2009

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140,900

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Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp Blumfield Township Blumfield Township Blumfield Township Blumfield Township Blumfield Township Blumfield Township

Twin Lake, Michigan Blumfield Twp/Road Commission Blumfield Twp/Road Commission Blumfield Twp/Road Commission Blumfield Twp/Road Commission Blumfield Twp/Road Commission Blumfield Twp/Road Commission

Blue Lake Construction Wadsworth Bridge Rebuild Muller Rd Rebuild Becker Rd Rebuild Muller Rd Rebuild Becker Rd Rebuild Wadsworth Bridge Rebuild

As Blue Lake Fine Arts Camp prepares for its 44th Season, renovation of two outdoor rehearsal facilities, the Student Arts Center, and the Miller Theater will be critical to our operation. We are respectfully submitting these “shovel ready” projects for consideration by the pending American Recovery and Reinvestment Plan (ARRP). Two of Blue Lake’s outdoor rehearsal facilities were significantly damaged due to excessive snow weight-load in December of 2008. These 40’ X 80’ structures serve as rehearsal facilities for several of Blue Lake’s student symphonic bands during the primary summer season. Designed in keeping with Blue Lake’s natural setting within Manistee National Forest, the rehearsal facilities are open on all four sides and include percussion storage. The renovated rehearsal facilities will include installation of a grid tie solar electric system and an energy efficient lighting system with timers. Blue Lake’s Student Arts Center, constructed in 1999, is a 73,000 sq. ft. facility which houses the Blue Lake Dining Hall, Blodget Recital Hall and numerous rehearsal spaces. This 3 story facility was originally designed with 8 traditional rooftop HVAC Air4/1/2009 Rebuild Bridge, Wadsworth over Uncle Henry Drain. -Also gave to Road Commission Rebuild Mueller Rd - M-46 to Janes Rd - Also gave to Road Commission

Rebuild Becker Rd. - Knight Rd to Reimer Rd. Also gave to Road Commission Rebuild Mueller Rd - M-46 to Janes Rd - Also gave to Road Commission

Rebuild Becker Rd. - Knight Rd to Reimer Rd. Also gave to Road Commission Rebuild Bridge, Wadsworth over Uncle Henry Drain. -Also gave to Road Commission Summer 2009

Borgess Medical Center

Kalamazoo, MI

Computerized Physician Order Entry

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Computerized physician order entry (CPOE), is a process of electronic entry of physician instructions for the treatment of patients. These orders are communicated over a computer network to the medical staff (nurses, therapists, pharmacists, or other physicians) or to the departments (pharmacy, laboratory or radiology) responsible for fulfilling the order. CPOE decreases delay in order completion, reduces errors related to handwriting or transcription, allows order entry at point-ofcare, provides error-checking for duplicate or incorrect doses or tests, and simplifies inventory and posting of charges. Implementation of CPOE at Borgess Medical Center would create or perserve over 30 jobs. Borgess has completed the necessary design work required to implement this system and awaits funding to implement this very important service. Eliminating paper and verbal orders would not only improve patient saftey, it would lower costs associated with current manual procedures. These savings could be used to help sustain the CPOE systems going forward. 6/1/2009

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Borgess Medical Center

Kalamazoo, MI

Conversion of IV Pumps to Smart Pumps

Replace our current IV Pumps with Smart Pumps, an infusion pump also capable of accessing patient specific drug dosage information from a Pharmacy database which would prevent/eliminate medication errors delivered to patients. Specifically, the system allows bar code scanning of three items: • patient’s identification bracelet • physician’s order for the drug to be administered • the bar code on the drug itself The system then matches all three pieces of information to ensure the right drug is delivered to the right patient in the right dose. If all components don’t match, the IV pump will not administer the drug to the patient. Our existing IV pumps, which are not Smart Pumps, are comprised of a discontinued model and cannot be replaced. If we are unable to replace our existing pumps with Smart Pumps, this will impact our ability to admit and care for patients, which in turn, would result in work force reductions across all spectrums of job classes. 4/1/2009 Philips Medical Telemetry System is a wireless patient monitoring of heart rate, rhythm, and the level of oxygen in the bloodstream. This wireless, IT capability constantly tracks this medical data while allowing the patient to move about freely in their hospital bed, or even get up and move about in their room, without getting tangled up in wires and lines. The computer system that drives this telemetry system for our cardiovascular and telemetry units is obsolete at Borgess, with Philips no longer able to support the technology because it is so old. If the system goes down, it is highly unlikely a repair could be achieved, and we would lose the ability to monitor patients in 80 beds, thus effectively closing those beds. This would result in ambulance diversions and the inability to admit patients to Borgess. A reduction of 80 of our 400 beds is possible plus the loss of patients associated with ambulance diversions, would cause significant work force reductions across the entire spectrum of employees, potentially involving hundreds of nurses, respiratory therapists, pharmacists, physical therapists, radiology technicians, food service employees, hous 8/1/2009

Borgess Medical Center

Kalamazoo, MI

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Kalamazoo, MI

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Borgess Medical Center began the implementation of an electronic medical record. Many components of the electronic medical record are now in place, but due to difficult economic conditions the progress toward a complete EMR across the entire health system has been put on hold over the few months. A capital investment is required to move forward. To complete the implementation of the EMR across the health system, new systems like an Emergency Department system, Physcian Documentation, OB system, and ambulatory EMR would need to be purchased and implemented. Completing the EMR at Borgess will create or preserve over 30 jobs. This project is "shovel ready," design is near complete. A completely implemented EMR not only will significantly improve patient saftey, it will eliminate the time consuming paper records and lower patient care costs for the health system. The lower aministrative costs will more than offset the cost of maintaining these healthcare information systems going forward. 10/1/2008

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Boyne City Public Schools Brandywine Community Schools Brandywine Community Schools Brandywine Community Schools Brandywine Community Schools Brandywine Community Schools Brandywine Community Schools Brevort Township

Boyne City Niles Township Niles Township Niles Township Niles Township Niles Township Niles Township Brevort Township, Mackinaw County Brevort Township, Mackinaw County

Energy Retro Fit Merritt Elementary Bell Education Center Bell Education Center District wide Brandywine Elementary Bell Education Center

The project is to employ various Energy Conservation Measures (ECM) throughout five buildings in the Boyne City Public School district to reduce electrical, gas, and water consumption. An initial feasibility and investment grade audit has been completed by an Energy Service Company (ESCO) indicating a current Energy Star rating of 58 (unsubstantiated by the EPA) with an anticipated rating improvement of approximately 20 points as a result of the ECMs. Specifically, all lighting components (bulbs, fixtures, ballasts) will be upgraded and natural light and motion sensors addedsubstantially improving the buildings’ green standards. Newer energy efficient (modulating) boilers will be added to the heating systems. Sinks, urinals, and water closets will be replaced throughout the district to reduce the amount of domestic water consumption and waste water. Four of our five buildings are over 30 years old and although structurally sound, it is anticipated that the proposed ECMs will minimally save the district $60,000 annually at current gas and electric rates. Multi-purpose room remodel; ceilings, tile floor (original gym and lunchroom for mid 60's 6/1/2010 Energy efficient windows; ceiling tiles throughout building; original to building from mid 60's 6/1/2009 Heating plant replacement

Network connectivity upgrades between buildings;upgrade to fiber optics Bus Loop parking lot lights in around front of building Parking lot repaving; original to building from mid 60's in one section; mid 80's in second section

Brevort Township Community Center/ Firehall Construct a combination Community Center/ Firehall on township property.

Brevort Township

Brevort Township Sewer Up-grades

Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

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Install Presure guages on existing forcemain at various locations. Remove and replace approximately 38 air release valves. Place flow meter at outlet. Work mandated by MDEQ

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This regional facility will draw participants from the Great Lakes Bay Region and provide a safe synthetic playing surface that accommodates wheelchairs and other assistive devices, while helping to prevent injuries by removing barriers that arise from the natural grass fields. This project also includes two separate accessible parking areas, a specially designed restroom facility, changing rooms, a universally accessible spray park and almost a mile of accessible paths throughout the park including a perimeter path and walkways to link the features of the complex together and to the other amenities within the park. This facility will be only the second of its type in the state with the other facility located in Southfield, MI. The topo survey is competed and the design engineering is scheduled to start within the next few weeks. Preliminary estimate of cost of Phase 1 is $1,530,000.00. This project would provide jobs for thirty people and could be started within 180 days. 5/1/2009 Drainage Improvements on Miriam Drive and Fort Road. The drainage project has been designed and engineered but could not be started due to lack of funds. The poor drainage on Miriam results in several crawl spaces being consistently flooded. Preliminary estimate of cost is $53,000.00. This project would provide jobs for five people and could be started within 90 days. 4/1/2009

2/1/2010

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1,530,000

Drainage on Miriam Drive

5/1/2009

$

53,000

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Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

Municipal Parking Lot on Williamson

This project has been designed and engineered but has not been started due to lack of funds. The design incorporates low impact runoff features encouraged by Phase II Storm Water guidelines. Parking for businesses in this area of the Township is minimal and this 16 space parking lot would reduce the need for curbside parking and reduce the associated inherent hazards therein. Preliminary estimate of cost is $110,000.00. This project would provide jobs for five people and could be started within 90 days 4/1/2009 Replace 2000’ of Water Main on Zelle Dr. The existing 4” and 6” water main is undersized and provides poor fire flows as demonstrated in reliability studies. The new main will be 12” water main and will significantly improve system reliability and fire flow. The topo survey and design engineering are complete. Preliminary estimate of cost is $230,000.00. This project would provide jobs for ten people and could be started within 90 days. 4/1/2009 Replace 4500’ of Water Main on Bearcat. The existing 4” and 6” water main is undersized and provides poor fire flows as demonstrated in reliability studies. The school system has the high school, two elementary schools, the bus garage, the football stadium and central supply located on Bearcat. The new main will be 8” water main and will significantly improve system reliability and fire flow. The topo survey and design engineering are complete. Preliminary estimate of cost is $360,000.00. This project would provide jobs for ten people and could be started within 90 days. 4/1/2009

5/1/2009

Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

Zelle Water Main

Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

Bearcat Water Main

Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

Townline Road & Drainage -Bell to Pettit

Road and Drainage Improvements on Townline Road – Bell to Pettit. This one mile project has been designed and engineered and some work has been done but had to be stopped due to lack of funds. The drainage is very poor and consequently the roadway is badly deteriorated. The project would consist of storm drainage on both sides of the road and crushing, milling, shaping, paving and shouldering the road. Preliminary estimate of cost is $450,000.00. This project would provide jobs for fifteen people and could be started within 120 days. 4/1/2009 Road and Drainage Improvements on Baker Road – Portsmouth to Reimer. This one mile project has been designed and engineered but could not be done due to lack of funds. The drainage is poor and consequently the roadway is badly deteriorated. The project would consist of storm drainage on both sides of the road and crushing, milling, shaping, paving and shouldering the road. Preliminary estimate of cost is $600,000.00. This project would provide jobs for fifteen people and could be started within 120 days. 4/1/2009

Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

Baker Road & Drainage

Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

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Bridgeport Township

Bridgeport Twp.

Replace Bridge-Fort Road over Cass River

2/1/2010

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2,000,000

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Bridgeton Township

Bridgeton Township

Community Technology Implementation

Community Technology Implementation Plan provides immediate broadband/satellite access for the municipal government offices. For the community, a public computer lab and a wireless-café setting provide internet services as well. In all, the project creates efficiency for governmental functionality, e-commerce opportunities for citizens, as well as economic improvement/impact for home based & local /retail businesses. Further, it provides access to online-education opportunities, re-training services for senior citizens and displaced workers, opportunities for upgrading technology skills with accredited and continuing education courses, and access to online job-bank. Each of which, provide the tools necessary to maintain a viable workforce and to expand employment opportunities while reducing the carbon-foot print of travel. 3/1/2009 Township Boat Launch renovation and expansion for improved access to the Muskegon River project is based on the portion of the Muskegon River's most heavily fished and State Fisheries maintained region. Over the past several years, as employment has become more urban-centered and local and regional industry has closed down, the recreational interests have become the most viable economic boon to the rural community in general and to Bridgeton Township in particular. 4/1/2009 Bridgeton Community Park Development project will provide for public recreational usage and access to the Muskegon RIver and the enjoyment of natural features including ADA nature trails, river-overlook and picnic & playground areas. Focus is on environmental-friendly sustainable & "greening" features that incorporate recycled materials-usage, open space preservation, solar-powered structures, natural raingardens/retention sites and non-toxic/natural composting restroom facilities. 4/1/2009 Establish up to 3 "nodes" for wireless internet service that would interface with existing "nodes" in adjacent townships to further develop wireless connections in our rural area. The project would involve attaching transmission boxes ("nodes") onto three existing structures in the township: one onto township hall, a second onto a barn and a third onto a silo. This would allow the township to follow through with this project to provide quality wireless service to our residents and businesses. 5/1/2009

Bridgeton Township

Grant

Bridgeton Community Boat Launch

Bridgeton Township

Grant

Bridgeton Community Park

Bridgewater Township, Bridgewater Township Washtenaw County

Wireless Bridgewater

Bridgewater Township, Bridgewater Township Washtenaw County

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Bridgewater Hamlet Drain

Repair and replace significant portions of this "turn-of-the-century" drain tile (19081910). This project desperately needs to go through as the drain's tile's disrepair has been causing flooding and blow holes in the land and cracks and erosion through a main road for several years. These conditions are dangerous to the health and safety of our residents and a liability to our businesses. Funding this project will relieve future impending tax burden on the residences and businesses in our rural area. This project will involve reviewing existing engineering plans to identify the areas of the drain tile that need to be replaced and those that need repair. As the township already paid Washtenaw County to evaluate the design requirements for this project, this phase should proceed expeditously. The construction phase of the project will involve digging up segments of the old drain tile and repairiong and replacing them with new materials. 4/1/2009

10/1/2009

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990,000

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Briggs Public Library

Saint Johns/ Bingham Township

Heating and Cooling

Until a contractor is awarded the job there is no set completion date. It is the Library's expectation that The Library is planning to replace three furnaces and three air conditioners. These the work will be units are original to the 1987 construction of the building. Within the last several years these units have needed to be repaired a number of times. Our hope is that replacing Bids to be done during the units that are twenty years old with new ones it will not only lessen our maintenance reviewed and job spring and costs but that the units will be more energy efficient as well. awarded 04/09/09 summer of 2009. $

Briggs Public Library

Saint Johns/ Bingham Township

Exterior Facility Improvments

Our building was built in 1987 and originally used as a carpet store. We lose a great deal of energy to the outside and as the building has settled there are gaps around ou exterior doors where air leeks. The siding and doors are original and the siding is of low grade quality, has holes in it and is brittle. Our plan is to put 3/8" fan fold insulation board on the exterior of the building and then install 6" Polar Wall insulated vinyl siding. By replacing the four exterior doors with steel insulated doors our goal is to eliminate the gaps especially at the threshold thus reducing or eliminating the exchange of air with the outside. The one set of windows we are replacing are at the circulation desk. Currently those widows do not open even though there seems to be energy lose around them. It was a staff wish and the Board agreed that we could get double hung (low-E argon) windows that open. It may sound a little silly in the age of Bids to be air conditioning but in the spring and fall we often turn the furnaces/air conditioners off reviewed and job and open the windows to cool the building. We are hoping all these measures will hel awarded 04/09/09 The water main extension would serve many businesses and residents who currently are relying on individual wells. The lack of adequate infrastructure is prohibitive to economic development at a time when Brighton Township, Michigan, and the United States, need jobs the most. April Approximately 3200 feet of 12-inch water main extension to encourage development and growth in the area. North along the east side of Grand River Road from Conference Center Drive to existing water main just north of hacker Road. 4/1/2009 The proposed facility infrastructure imporvements will reduce our energy consumption from $0.99 per square foot to $0.80 per square foot. This is a potential savings of $50,053.00 per year if we focus on our three least efficient buildings. EMCOR will selfperform the total project which keeps costs low by avoiding double mark up. A complete description of the proposed improvements is attached. See pages 1-7 90 Days I/I removal project responding to the Judicial Consent Order entered in to with the State of Michigan 6/1/2009 6/1/2009

Brighton Township

Charter Township of Brighton

East Grand River water main extension project

Brighton Township

Brighton Township, Livingston County

Grand River - Hilton Water Main Extension, Phase II

Buchanan Community Schools Buchanan Charter Township of Buena Vista Township Buena Vista Charter Township of Buena Vista Township Buena Vista

Guaranteed Energy Savings

Sanitary Rehabilitation Project

Butman Township Byron Area Schools

Butman Township, Gladwin County Byron/Burns

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Installation of radio reading equipment on Township wide water meter system.

Infiltration & Inflow Restoration Project Energy Savings

20,000 linel feet of sewer main located within the Sugar Springs Developmnet. To eliminate the inflitration of ground water into the waste water collection system. The system consists of 396,000 linel feet of sewer main; of which, approx. 20,000 feet have been identified as being in immediate need of restoration. The most cost efficien method of restoration is accomplished by inserting a permmanenet lining into the affected areas; rather than replacing the pipe itself. 4/15/2009 To conserve energy and money we want to install new insulation, thermostats and enery conserving windows in our existing buildings. Jun, 2009

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Project Description To conserve energy and money we want to complete the project we have begun to replace all of the lighting in our buildings with more efficient lighting and install a control and monitor system

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Byron Area Schools

Byron/Burns

Lighting Upgrades

May, 2009

Sept, 2009

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Byron Area Schools Byron Area Schools

Byron/Burns Byron/Burns

Building Upgrades Bus Fleet

Our buildings are very dated and lack many of the modern features of newer buildings We would like to renovate our existing buildings, add classrooms, add a common library for our secondary students, expand our elementary cafeteria and build a common cafeteria for our secondary students May, 2009 We need to update our bus fleet. The average fleet age is over 10 years May, 2009 The technology available to our students and staffs is out of date. We will install new teaching stations, work stations, LCD projectors, smartboards, new servers, and new cabling to provide ready access to technolgy as a teaching and learning tool. May, 2009 Construction of Approximately four miles of sanitary sewer, a pump station, and 1-1/2 miles of forcemain to replace an existing sewer which has reached capacity July '09 Construction of a pump station and three miles of watermain to provide a redundant water supply connection for a water system serving 6000 people Pump Station and 3 Miles Force Main Pump Station 1,000 ft pipe

Byron Area Schools

Byron/Burns Byron Township, Kent County, MI Byron Township, Kent County, MI Byron Twp Byron Twp

Tecnology Upgrades

Byron Township

Sanitary Sewer System Replacement

Byron Township Byron Township Byron Township

Redundant Water Supply Development Pump Station and 3 Miles Force Main Pump Station 1,000 ft pipe

Calhoun County

Marshall

Juvenile Home Facility Improvements

The Calhoun County Juvenile home was built over 50 years ago. Juvenile detention in today's society requires the type of structure that facilitates administrative segregation to keep youth committing lesser crimes separated from the predatory behavior of the more troubled juveniles. Also, the juvenile home has operated strictly as a detention facility due to building issues that severely limit the development of programs for youth behavior that requires special attention. As the juvenile home ages and the building condition deteriorates, passing the State Child Licensing requirements becomes more difficult and expensive each year. The Juvelile home could be improved by implementing facility improvement plan which has been developed but not executed 180 days after due to funding restraints. funding approval Within 1 year

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Calhoun County

Calhoun County

County Facilities Energy Efficiency Program

Over the past several years the County has implemented an Energy Management Strategic Plan reducing overall energy costs by over $1 million dollars while reducing the environmental footprint of its six county buildings. Energy reduction projects have been identified as principal developments in the effort to reduce facility costs related to utilities. This capital improvement program reduces the County's operating costs and environmental impact by replacing inefficient and outdated building system equipment The County has worked with Johnson Controls to successfully design and execute a number of energy reduction strategies. The County is in a precarious position where we can not fund the capital requirements for additional energy conservation measures due to the significant increase in utility costs which have placed a drain on funds available for capital projects. The County has a number of energy conservation projects in the planning pipeline but the capital funding requirements are not available 120 Days after from county general fund resources at this time. funding approval Within 2 years

Calhoun County

Marshall

Calhoun County Law Enforcement Center

In 1993, the Office of the Sheriff’s Law Enforcement and Corrections Divisions moved into the Justice Center Complex in Battle Creek, MI. Due to office space constraints in the Justice Center and the desire by the Sheriff to move Law Enforcement back to a more central location in the County, the Sheriff Road Patrol temporarily occupied the first floor of the previously abandoned jail in Marshall in 1996. The jail had been vacated in 1993 due to jail overcrowding and the deteriorating condition of the 50 year old structure. The Road Patrol has occupied the first floor of the old jail for more than 12 years while waiting for the development of plans for a multi-jurisdiction public safety facility for Michigan State Police, City of Marshall Police and the Sheriff Law Enforcement Division. Due to an inability to sustain the plan for a joint public safety campus, in addition to a State of Michigan Attorney General legal opinion which requires the Sheriff to maintain a principle office in the county seat (Marshall, MI), the 120 Days after County contracted with an architectural firm to evaluate space needs for the Sheriff’s pfunding approval Within 2 years Marshall Township contains a large site known as "G and G property" that has had considerable interest with growing industry. Within the past year the property has been considered by Volkswagon and United Solar Ovonic. Both companies chose alternate sites largely due to the lack of public utilities available. Preliminary design basis report has been prepared and a consultant engineer has been selected. The project includes an extension of the City of Marshall's wastewater collection system, water distribution system and electric distribution system to service the property. Also included in the project improvements are an elevated water storage tank, water 120 Days after treatment facility, property acquisition and electrical substation. funding approval Within 2 years

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The three Public Service Access Points (PSAP's) providing 911 dispatch in Calhoun County are currently operated in the cities of Marshall, Albion and Battle Creek. In 2008 representatives from these three cities, other municipalities, and County Government collaborated on a plan to consolidate the three PSAP's to one centralized 911 dispatch center. A 911 Authority Board was established and it was determined that a consolidated plan would eliminate the significant costs associated with redundant technology upgrades and reduce reoccurring expenses through the synergy and operational efficiencies. The 911 Board has authorized the County to remodel office space within the County Building and purchase equipment to enhance facility security and provide an environment conducive to executing the responsibilities associated with responding to emergencies. The County has utilized the services of an architectural firm to develop construction plans and estimate the costs for improvements to the 3,000 Sq Ft of space in the County Building in Marshall. 4/1/2009

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Submitting Agency Calumet-Laurium & Keweenaw Public Schools Calumet-Laurium & Keweenaw Public Schools Calumet-Laurium & Keweenaw Public Schools Canton Township

Location City or Township

Project Name AC, Energy Replacement and Ventilation Improvements

Project Description Install air conditioning and energy replacement systems and make improvements to current ventilation system. Replace antiquated lighting system in all district buildings to a more modern and energy efficient system. A new lighting system will improve visual acuity, decrease maintenance and energy costs dramatically. The proposed plant would burn wood chips and wood by products of the Keweenaw Peninsula wood products industry, for example, tree tops, sawdust, and bark. This heating system would reduce operational costs and increase energy efficiency. Housing rehabilitation projects for low income families within Canton Township.

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Calument, Michigan

4/1/2009

8/1/2009

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Calumet and Mohawk

Lighting Replacment

2/1/2009

8/1/2009

Mohawk, Michigan Canton Township

Mohawk heating Plant CDBG Program - Housing Rehabilitation Stormwater Detention Basin Retrofits and Enhancements

4/1/2009 5/1/2009

Canton Township

Canton Township

The project involves the retro-fit and enhancement of existing storm water detention basins around the community. These ponds will be upgraded to current storm water standards and enhanced with native vegetation. 5/30/2009 The water master plan requires a 12" diameter watermain to balance system pressures and provide future service in the district. Done via trenchless technology to protect trees. 8/1/2009

Canton Township

Canton Township

Watermain Replacement

Canton Township

Canton Township

Pedestrian Pathway & Bridges

The project includes the construction of pedestrian bridges and trails over the Rouge River providing interconnection of community pathway system segments. 5/15/2009 This basin will serve several future commercial developments planned for the area. It has been designed to function as a cold water basin to support sport fish populations in an existing area of concern (AOC) identified by the MDEQ/EPA. The basin meets the latest native planting & green infrastructure ordinance requirements of the community. 6/30/2009 The existing 8" diameter watermains have a high frequency of breaks causing significant water service disruption to customers. Replacement will be done via trenchless technology. 5/1/2009 The project includes the replacement of the existing softball field lighting network with energy efficient lighting panels. 6/1/2009

Canton Township

Canton Township

Regional Stormwater Quality Basin

Canton Township Canton Township

Canton Township Canton Township

Watermain Replacement Canton Softball & Sports Complex Improvements

Canton Township

Canton Township

Building Energy Efficiency Retrofits

Canton Township

Canton Township

Ridge Road Paving

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Canton Township

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Various energy efficiency improvements (i.e. lighting, water conservation, heating & cooling) to existing community facilities based on the 2007 State of Michigan DLEG Energy Audit to reduce energy demands. The project includes the paving of an existing gravel road from Ford Rd. north to Warren Rd. with a three (3) lane asphalt cross section. The project also includes a bridge replacement over the County drain. Includes LID design features.

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Sauk Trail Hill Landfill Gas Recovery Project

The existing solid waste landfill produces over 3,500 standard cubic feet per minute of landfill gas that is flared off to the atmosphere. The project involves the construction of a landfill gas-to-energy facility in partnership with the landfill operator. The electricity produced from this renewable energy project will save local businesses cost and reduce reliance on non-renewable energy. 9/1/2009 The sewer master plan requires 24" and 36" diameter relief sanitary sewers to comply with an existing Administrative Compliance Agreement with the MDEQ. Project also includes pedestrian trails. 5/1/2009 The currently unfinished basement in this facility will be renovated to add much needed office space to provide non-profit social services to our community.

9/1/2010

$

Sauk Trail Hill 7,500,000 Landfill

Canton Township

Canton Township

Phase 3 - Sanitary Sewer Relief Projects

6/1/2010

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8,000,000

Canton Township

Canton Township

Human Services Center Renovation

6/1/2009

12/31/2009

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101,571

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Submitting Agency Canton Township

Location City or Township Canton Township

Project Name ADA Transition Plan Projects - Phase 1

Project Description Start Date The project includes the improvement of existing sidewalks, building ramps and curb ramps in the public right of way in the Cherry Hill Theater District. 4/1/2009 Signalization & safety improvements to the intersection of Crowndale at Beck Rd. including traffic signal modernizations with LED pedestrian and signal heads. The existing 12" diameter watermain is undersized. It requires replacement in advance of a future road widening project for a commercial development. The existing 6" diameter watermain is undersized to meet fire flow & pressure. It requires replacement in advance of an industrial building redevelopment project.

Expected Completion Date 7/1/2009

Route (Infrastructure Funding Request Only) Cherry Hill Theater $ 235,000 District Crowndale and 250,000 Beck

Canton Township

Canton Township

Intersection Safety Improvements (2009)

7/1/2009

9/30/2009

Canton Township

Canton Township

Watermain Replacement

10/1/2009

12/1/2009

Canton Township

Canton Township

Watermain Replacement

6/1/2009

Canton Township

Canton Township

ADA Transition Plan Projects - Phase 2

The project includes the improvement of existing sidewalks, building ramps and curb ramps in the public right of way throughout the community. 6/15/2009

Canton Township Canton Township

Canton Township Canton Township

Various preventative maintenance treatments to the existing sanitary sewer system including cured-in-place-pipe (CIPP) lining and manhole rehabilitation throughout Annual Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Program Canton Township. 5/1/2009 Replacement of 12" existing watermain on Canton Center Rd. from Palmer to Geddes Watermain Replacement Rd. 10/1/2009 Various safety improvements to three signalized intersections along Sheldon Center Rd. including traffic signal modernizations with LED pedestrian and signal head. 9/30/2009 Various preventative maintenance treatments to primary roads throughout Canton. The project includes milling & resurfacing of asphalt, asphalt and concrete patching, crack sealing and ADA compliant curb ramps. Various safety improvements to three signalized intersections along Cherry Hill Rd. including traffic signal modernizations with LED pedestrian and signal head. Acquisition and rehabilitation of a Henry Ford era factory listed on the National Register of Historic places to incubate arts related businesses, stimulate economic development, serve as an arts education center and preserve the pristine wetlands and forests on the property. This project involves the purchase of existing foreclosed homes and properties, renovation and re-sale to low and moderate income buyers.

Canton Township

Canton Township

Intersection Safety Improvements (2008)

Canton Township

Canton Township

Annual Road Rehabilitation Program

Canton Township

Canton Township

Intersection Safety Improvements (2009)

Canton Township Canton Township

Canton Township Canton Township

Historic Site Restoration Neighborhood Stabilization Program

Canton Township

Canton Township

Sheldon Center Rd. Reconstruction & Widening

Canton Township

Canton Township

Canton Center Rd. Reconstruction and Widening.

Capital Area Academy Lansing Capital Area Academy Lansing Capital Area Academy Lansing Capital Area Academy Lansing

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250,000 Willard/Yost Public right of way throughout Canton 500,000 Township. Existing sanitary sewer system within Canton 500,000 Township 750,000 Canton Center Rd. Canton Center, 945,000 Sheldon and Joy Various primary roads in Canton 969,650 Township

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Reconstruction of a two-lane road and widening to a five-lane cross section including traffic signal modernizations with LED pedestrian and signal heads. 9/30/2009 Reconstruction of a two-lane road and widening to a five-lane cross section including traffic signal modernizations with LED pedestrian and signal heads. 9/1/2009 repair boiler system, electrical system, plumbing system, elevator and parking lot paving 3/1/2009 music room needs to be divided into two classrooms replace sign parking lot repair and re-surface 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009

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Capital Area District Library

Lansing, MI

New Downtown Lansing Library including Central Services

Downtown Lansing Library - This project is the design and construction of a 101,000 square foot facility to house both the central library and administative services functions of the Capital Area District Library. It would be constructed in Downtown Lansing, MI., near the current library and would be a two or three story structure with up to 50 on-site parking spaces. The quality level of the facility would be a 7 or 8 on a scale of 1-10. Design intention would include the latest green building technologies to provide efficient heating, cooling, lighting, insulation, and window technologies. This facility would have an enormous economic impact on the area in terms of the number of direct library jobs created and indirect construction jobs. It would replace an existing facility that is 45 years old, in very poor condition, and does not meet all ADA requirements. It would also provide additional computers for patron use, meeting spaces for taxpayers, reader seating, collection space and allow the staff to provide their high quality services in a modern environment 180 days

Capital Area District Library

Lansing, MI

New Downtown Lansing Library including Central Services and Impression 5 museum

Downtown Lansing Library + I5 - This project includes all the facility requirements from the above proposal and the additional space to include a 37,000 square foot children's science museum. This site concept strategy would include each facility having its own distinct physical presence, while keeping them separate enough to maintain their own sense of identity. They would share common areas such as a visitors entry, main lobby area, and parking area. The combination of these two entities would create a new downtown destination with unique synergies that come from both parties located on the same site. All the unique building attributes mentioned in the description of the Downtown Library and Central Services area would apply to this facility, as well. 180 days

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Lansing, MI (Ingham Township)

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Foster Library (Lansing North) - . A new Foster Library would be constructed on East Michigan Ave and would consist of 10,825 square feet.The location of the new library will be more visible to the public The additional size will allow for more public computers and a larger collection with room for business and job training materials. Current databases with practice tests for jobs are already available through the CADL website. The increased space for computers will bring these resources to a greater number of unemployed Lansing residents. New permanent library jobs will be created, at the larger space, connecting more information professionals to the people in need. The current library occupies a 2000 square foot space in the basement of the Foster Community Center, a former school building. The space has low ceiling heights, exposed pipes and high window sills consistent with a basement location. The head librarian has a desk in the middle of the library and the staff workspace is measured in inches within view of the public behind the circulation desk. The library appears cluttered and crowded with little space for books and materials. Materials are weeded 180 days

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Capital Area District Library

Leslie, MI (Ingham Township)

Leslie Library

Leslie Library - The new Leslie Library will add 3000 square feet to the current 3000 square foot building, increasing shelf space, public computer space, staff work space, readers seating as well as adding a program/meeting room. Currently summer reading programs and other large programs are held in the elementary school across the street. The mostly rural Leslie community built the current library from grants and donated funds and with the support of the community, it soon outgrew its space. Cooperation with the school district will allow the library to expand onto school property. Leslie residents are proud of their library and believe the cultural and educational opportunities created by the library greatly enhance the quality of community life. An Expansion Committee made up of local officials and citizens is enthusiastically exploring grant and donation opportunities to increase the size of the library with an eye to a green design. Green technologies included in the design will provide efficient heating, cooling, lighting and insulation. The addition will provide community members a gathering place for meetings, programs or training, something 180 days

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Mason, MI (Ingham Township)

Mason Library

Mason Library - A new 17,034 square foot freestanding Mason Library would be constructed in the downtown area, sharing parking with City Hall and the police department and within walking distance of shops and restaurants. Mason draws people from all over the area and circulation is increasing every year. A needs analysis done in 2007 indicated that the current building is inadequate to meet the space needs of the future. The new library would provide space for an increase in the collection, reader seating, computers, staff work space and meeting or program space. The increased needs of the unemployed would be addressed with more access to computers and information on job seeking. New permanent library jobs and construction jobs will have a direct economic effect on the area. Green technologies included in the design will provide efficient heating cooling, lighting and insulation. The current library built in 1939 has a history of problems with mold, flooding, and indoor air quality. 180 days

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Meridian Township, MI (Ingham Township)

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Meridian Township Library - The new Meridian Township library will be constructed on property purchased by the Township near the Meridian Mall, the Township offices, and high volume businesses of Okemos Road. Plans for the two-story 41,006 square foot building anticipate a balcony and clerestory windows to provide natural light, providing a sense of scale and ambiance to the interior. Using the latest green technology, the building will include the latest green technologies to provide efficient heating, cooling, lighting and insulation. The creation of direct library jobs and indirect construction jobs would have an economic impact on the area. A needs assessment completed in 2007 concluded the current library of 6,000 square feet is inadequate to meet the needs of the community. Restrooms are shared by the public and staff and during peak times, the library is overcrowded with long lines at the desks. More shelf space, readers seating and meeting room space will be created. The current library has a program /meeting/ art gallery room which is in high demand by both the community and the libr 180 days

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Capital Area District Library Caro Community Schools Caro Community Schools Caro Community Schools Caro Community Schools

Williamston, MI (Ingham Township) Village of Caro Village of Caro Village of Caro Village of Caro

Williamston Library Middle McComb/Schall High, Middle, McComb/Schall Schall

Williamston Library - The new proposed 10,619 square foot Williamston Library will be constructed on property along the Grand River, purchased by the Williamston Community Library Foundation. The design will blend the building into the natural river setting and make good use of green technology throughout. Green technologies will provide efficient heating cooling, lighting, insulation and windows. The land, located within walking distance of the downtown area promises to draw attention to the beauty and proximity of the river, encouraging further development and business in Williamston. The new library will provide space for a larger collection, more reader seating, staff work space, more public computers and a meeting room for programs and community groups. Small business resources and job seeking skill training will receive special consideration in the new library. Additional permanent staff will be needed to provide services, and construction jobs will also have an economic impact on the area. The Williamston Library is currently housed in a former school, having moved from its long-time location near City Hall. The original building had numerous is180 days Replace bathroom Install energy efficient lighting Technology Infrastructure New Boilers

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CarrolltonTownship

2009 Water Main Replacement

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A “park-‘n-Ride needs to be constructed at 36th Street and the I-96 Freeway entrance (exit 45). This location is just west of the M-6 freeway that bypasses Grand Rapids to the south. The I-96 access is 60 miles from Lansing and 45 miles from Muskegon (it is amazing the number of Greater Grand Rapids residents that commute daily to Lansing!). The only park-n-ride now is at exit 52 (seven miles to the east) at AldenNash Road. This park-‘n-ride is almost always full! And, most of the vehicles come from a location west of the 326th Street location. The parking area would save miles driven (thousands in a year) and save gasoline, oil and maintenance costs for commuters. In addition, this area has a railroad line abutting it – a possible station for passenger traffic between Lansing and Grand Rapids or Muskegon!

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Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township

Kraft/60th Street Utility Improvements

There is an area in the southwest corner (south of the Grand Rapids Airport) of Cascade Township that is a prime location for industrial development, but is not developed due to there being no city water (for both fire protection and water supply) or sewer. And, a portion of the roads are not equipped to handle industrial loads. Kraft Road from 52nd Street to 60th Street needs to be rebuilt to be an “all-season” road. Both Kraft and 60th streets need city water and sewer mains installed. This will create an attractive area for industry to build on, as the airport is less than one mile away along with a rail line the same distance away. We have had interest in the properties in this area, however the lack of roads, water & sewer cause a developer to look elsewhere. This project could bring anywhere from 50-500 jobs to the area. The project costs are estimated at $1,500,000. Sept. 1, 2009

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township, Kent County

36th Street Park & Ride

A “park-‘n-Ride needs to be constructed at 36th Street and the I-96 Freeway entrance (exit 45). This location is just west of the M-6 freeway that bypasses Grand Rapids to the south. The I-96 access is 60 miles from Lansing and 45 miles from Muskegon (it is amazing the number of Greater Grand Rapids residents that commute daily to Lansing!). The only park-n-ride now is at exit 52 (seven miles to the east) at AldenNash Road. This park-‘n-ride is almost always full! And, most of the vehicles come from a location west of the 326th Street location. The parking area would save miles driven (thousands in a year) and save gasoline, oil and maintenance costs for commuters. In addition, this area has a railroad line abutting it – a possible station for passenger traffic between Lansing and Grand Rapids or Muskegon!

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township, Kent County Cascade Charter Township Cascade Charter Township Cascade Charter Township Cascade Charter Township

Kraft/60th Street Utility Improvements

Cascade Township

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There is an area in the southwest corner (south of the Grand Rapids Airport) of Cascade Township that is a prime location for industrial development, but is not developed due to there being no city water (for both fire protection and water supply) or sewer. And, a portion of the roads are not equipped to handle industrial loads. Kraft Road from 52nd Street to 60th Street needs to be rebuilt to be an “all-season” road. Both Kraft and 60th streets need city water and sewer mains installed. This will create an attractive area for industry to build on, as the airport is less than one mile away along with a rail line the same distance away. We have had interest in the properties in this area, however the lack of roads, water & sewer cause a developer to look elsewhere.

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Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township

Cascade Rec. Park Soccer Field Improvements

The Township has begun the engineering work to "rebuild" the soccer field at our Rec Park. The field is used by AYSO and other soccer teams on a regular basis. It is in poor condition. The rebuild will include underground sprinkling to keep it in pristine condition. Any Federal Funds for this project were anticipated to come from the National Park Service Land & Water Conservation Fund, if positively affercted by the Stimulus Plan. .July 1, 2009 Burger Basin 1 – This area is mainly in a residential area that needs about 2,500 linear feet of the streambank stabilized, along with cleaning out of 500 feet of channel bottom. The cost of this project is estimated at $140,000. Sept. 1, 2009 Quiggle Lake Basin – The drainage from Quiggle Lake to the Thornapple River needs about 5,000 feet of streambank restored. Also, about 500 feet of streambed needs to be cleaned. This project will cost $265,000. Sept. 1, 2009

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Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township Cascade Charter Township

Burger Basin I

Cascade Township

Quiggle Lake Basin

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township

28th Street Pedestrian Access across I-96

The Township has new sidewalk on 28th Street from the "Village" area (east terminus of 28th Street) to Kraft (just east of I-96). Sidewalk needs to be added connect the western commercial district (including hotels and motels) with the east. The sidewalk will be installed under the freeway interchange along 28th Street. After years of discussion, Michigan Department of Transportation has recently provided the approva for the township to move forward on this project. We are working with our engineering firm to put a plan together so the work can be done this summer if funds become available. The expected cost of this project is $1,000,000. Sept. 1, 2009 The Township has a network of decorative street lights in our commercial areas that provide necessary light at night and also provide a positive ambiance to create a desirable shopping area. However, these lights need to be converted to LEDs to conserve energy. The cost of switching to LEDs has been estimated at $15,000 for the district.

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township

Energy Saving Streetlights

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township

LEED Certification for Cascadse Township Buildings

Cascade Township

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Cascade Road Basin Storm Water Project

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Highgrove Basin

Highgrove Basin – This is a small basin in the northeast section of the township that is 2,000 feet long. Sept. 1, 2009

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Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township, Kent County Cascade Charter Township, Kent County Cascade Charter Township, Kent County

Cascade Rec. Park Soccer Field Improvements

The Township has begun the engineering work to "rebuild" the soccer field at our Rec Park. The field is used by AYSO and other soccer teams on a regular basis. It is in poor condition. The rebuild will include underground sprinkling to keep it in pristine condition. .July 1, 2009 Burger Basin 1 – This area is mainly in a residential area that needs about 2,500 linear feet of the streambank stabilized, along with cleaning out of 500 feet of channel bottom. Sept. 1, 2009 Quiggle Lake Basin – The drainage from Quiggle Lake to the Thornapple River needs about 5,000 feet of streambank restored. Also, about 500 feet of streambed needs to be cleaned. cost $265,000. Sept. 1, 2009 The Township has new sidewalk on 28th Street from the "Village" area (east terminus of 28th Street) to Kraft (just east of I-96). Sidewalk needs to be added connect the western commercial district (including hotels and motels) with the east. The sidewalk will be installed under the freeway interchange along 28th Street. After years of discussion, Michigan Department of Transportation has recently provided the approva for the township to move forward on this project. We are working with our engineering firm to put a plan together so the work can be done this summer if funds become available. The Township has a network of decorative street lights in our commercial areas that provide necessary light at night and also provide a positive ambiance to create a desirable shopping area. However, these lights need to be converted to LEDs to conserve energy.

Sept. 1, 2010

Cascade Township

Burger Basin I

Sept. 1, 2010

Cascade Township

Quiggle Lake Basin

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township, Kent County

28th Street Pedestrian Access across I-96

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township, Kent County

Energy Saving Streetlights

Cascade Township

Cascade Charter Township, Kent County Cascade Charter Township, Kent County

LEED Certification for Cascadse Township Buildings

The Township is interested in improving our buildings to be LEED certified. We have a township office, two fire stations and a library. While we have not obtained an estimate for the engineering and work to achieve this goal, we would be committed to move forward if funding were available to assist us toward this goal. .July 1, 2009

Cascade Township

Cascade Road Basin Storm Water Project

CASMAN Academy Cass County Council on Aging Cass County Council on Aging

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Our building, erected in 1952 has its original single-pane windows, many not opening or closing correctly and wasting a great amount of heat because they are inefficient. We propose replacing them with energy efficient windows. Upgrading the airexchange system would provide fresh air for our students and staff. Insulation in the roof area would help tighten our building and make it more energy efficient. Adding wall insulation and siding to the front of the building and an airtight vestibule to our main entryway would eliminate a great amount of heat loss. Our building has asbestos in its floor tile and in insulation around water pipes, and although it is being managed safely, it is a drain on our budget. This is an opportune time to have it abated. Our boiler which provides heat throughout the building is outdated and inefficient. Replacing it with several smaller, more energy-efficient units is proposed. Pipes carrying hot water are corroded and leak, needing replacement. Paving the gravel parking area would also save on cleaning time and products throughout the building. We would propose erecting a wind spire on our property as well as photovoltaic cells o6/1/2009

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Fitness Facility Addition

Construct and equip 5,000 sq ft addition to senior center and move all fitness programs into it. Remodel current fitness space for use as resource center and computer lab. Replace all flat roof on Senior Center building at 60525 Decatur Rd, Cassopolis, MI

8/1/2009 5/1/2009

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Peaine Township, CCE Central Dispatch Charlevoix County

Beaver Island Tower

Construction of a public safety radio transmission facility at an exisiting tower site. The constructio would include an equpiment shelter, emergency power generator, lightning suppression, etc. While most of the jobs created for this project would be for the construction project, there will be ongoing maintenance postions for radio and generator service techniciains to monitor and service equipment. 6/1/2009 A new addition has been started to the present museum, doubling the size of the current building. We need funds to hire professional exhibit builders for our Native American display, Railroad and early Lumbering history displays, General store and the construction of display cubicles that will house diaplays such military, Doctors office and a pioneer home. The flooring and sound system are also part of this faze of the project. One of our goals is to make some of the display areas interactive, especially the Native American display. 11/1/2008 The fire building no longer meets the needs of the department or state codes. Our men never had a bathroom or shower facilities in the fire hall. To have meetings, we have to move out all of the trucks due to the fact that we do not have a meeting room either. Some equipment has to remain outdoors.

8/31/2009

Cedar Springs Museum

Cedar Springs Mi. Solon twp. Kent co.

Looking Back Looking Forward

Cedarville Township

Cedarville Township, Menominee County

Fire Station Expansion

Central Michigan University

Mt. Pleasant

CMU's University Art Gallery hosts exhibitions of nationally and internationally recognized artists working across a variety of media appropriate to a broad area of public interest. Programs include professionally curated and juried shows, many of which include specialized programs for area youth designed and led by arts educators and CMU students engaged in service learning. These collaborations introduce children from underserved communities to arts and cultural resources, bring families and the greater community to the arts and cultural resources available at CMU, and return value to the community through enhanced local economic activity and cultural tourism. Funding is sought for hiring support personnel, shipping and exhibition costs, University Art Gallery - Exhibition Series with publication and promotion costs, and supply costs for community outreach activities Community Outreach to Youth over two project years. 5/9/2009

Central Michigan University

Mt. Pleasant

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The movie will bring alive Dr. Madgett’s early struggles and triumphs when she first came to Detroit, the development of her poetry, her work in a wide range of community efforts, her philosophy and practice as an educator, and enormous influence of her work as an editor in encouraging, challenging, and guiding two generations of young poets. We follow Madgett through her early life in Detroit; we hear her thoughts on what influenced her, on the pressures and joys of the creative process, the roles of family, colleagues, friends, and the Detroit community in shaping her vision. We see and hear her in performance from the 1980’s to the present. The juxtaposition of performance and interviews, the capturing of Detroit artifacts and Film documentary of Naomi Long Madgett: institutions, allow us to feel her creative risks and her growing commitment to words, Detroit's Poet Laureate and the City's Literary people, the city of Detroit, and spiritual values. Funding is sought for hiring research Heritage and production staff, equipment rentals, and promotion. 5/9/2009

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Central Michigan University

Mt. Pleasant

For over 30 years the Clarke Library has preserved on microfilm historic Michigan newsapers, with a focus on the states' rural communities and smaller, weekly newspapers.To forward this endeavor, the library has worked with a variety of partners, ranging from local history societies to the Library of Congress and the National Endowment for the Humanities . Building on this experience, and supplementing it with recently acquired technology that makes it possible to both preserve on microfilm and then distribute digitized versions of newspaper pagess via the internet, this project will preserve and make available to the public (through both an appropriate local public library and the Library of Michigan) approximately 600,000 pages of local newspaper material, again focusing primarily on historic newspapers from underserved, rural communities. The project will benefit both scholars, seeking local history information, and genealogists, who in great numbers turn to local Historic Newspaper Preservation and Access newspapers as a primary source of information. 3/15/2009

Central Michigan University

Mt. Pleasant

Michigan Story Festival

The two-day Michigan Story Festival offers a complete showcase of the power of storytelling in all its art forms. Michigan Story Festival is one of the only storytelling festivals to integrate the stories of many cultures and traditions. With the exception of the opening performance, there is no charge to experience the magic of Michigan Story Festival events and presentations. A visit to the award-winning Michigan Story Festival is an opportunity to experience the wonder of story telling at its finest, with national, regional, and local storytelling masters. Funding is sought for hiring support personnel, paying travel and honoraria for guest presenters, event production and technical support, advertising, and promotional materials over two project years. 5/9/2009

Central Michigan University

Mt. Pleasant

CMU's School of Music Annual Summer Music Camp is open to all high school woodwind, brass, percussion and vocal students. Students interact with CMU faculty members, perform in chamber ensembles, and participate in full orchestra or concert band in our state-of-the-art concert halls. While at Music Camp, students stay in the CMU residence halls, eat in the residential restaurant and experience college life first hand. To include as many students as possible in this unforgettable camp experience, funding is sought for student scholarships and recruitment materials across two CMU School of Music Annual Summer Camp project years. 5/9/2009

Central Michigan University Charleston Township Charleston Township Charleston Township

Mt. Pleasant and Idlewild, MI CMU/Idlewild Orchestra and Choral Camp Charleston Township Charleston Township Charleston Township Michigan Ave. & 40th Street Water Main L Ave. & 38th St. Water Main E. Michigan Ave. Sanitary Sewer

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A five-day camp focused on African-American music administered as a special program within CMU’s long-standing Summer Music Camp. It will feature daily workshops in music theory, music technology, as well as rehearsals, sectionals, private lessons, and concerts by students, camp faculty, and guest artists. A unique feature of the camp will be a series of daily presentations on African American music and culture by noted scholars and performers. The camp will conclude with a field trip to Idlewild for a student performance and guided learning experiences in the Idlewild Historical Center. While at Music Camp, students stay in the CMU residence halls, eat in the residential restaurant and experience college life first hand. Campers and Guest Instructors will be recruited from high school music ensembles in the Detroit, Flint, Saginaw, Benton Harbor, and Baldwin public schools. 5/9/2009 Construct water main in Michigan Ave. & 40th St. along with booster stations/pressure reducing stations. 8/15/2009 Construction water main in "L" Ave. & 38th St. along with booster stations/pressure reducing stations. 8/15/2009 Construction sanitary sewer in E. Michigan Avenue, Between McCollum and Kalamazoo River 5/15/2009

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Charlevoix County Road Commission

Beaver Island, MI

Beaver Island Road Commission New Maintenance Garage

Beaver Island is an island in Lake Michigan, on which the Charlevoix County Road Commission maintains about 92 miles of public roadways. This project will provide the road commission with a maintenance garage building and office in which to store their equipment and materials, and provide an adequate space to base their Beaver Island maintenance operations. The proposed project will replace a woefully inadequate existing facility. The current garage was constructed in the 1920’s.The new facility will meet today’s building and energy code requirements. It will employ energy efficient technology and green design features, to reduce energy costs and environmental impacts. It will provide adequate heated equipment storage space, office and living space for road maintenance personnel. This project is needed to provide the people of Beaver Island with a road maintenance garage facility that meets current codes and standards and that can house equipment in a fashion that most communities take for granted. Road rehabilitation including 13.65-Miles of HMA base crushing and shaping, HMA paving, grading, minor vertical alignment corrections, curve superelevation corrections, drainage and roadside safety improvements. Also includes improvements to 43 side road intersections and storm sewer through Horton Bay. Road rehabilitation including 3.79-Miles of HMA base crushing and shaping, HMA paving, grading, minor vertical alignment corrections, curve superelevation corrections, drainage and roadside safety improvements. Also includes improvements to 5 side road intersections and storm sewer through Horton Bay. New well

Charlevoix County Road Commission

Evangelin Twp., Bay Twp., Hay Twp., Charelvoix Twp.

Boyne City-Charlevoix Road Rehabilitation

Charlevoix County Road Commission Charlevoix Township Commerce Township

South Arm Township Charlevoix Twp Commerce Township

Ellsworth Road Rehabilitation

Water Tower

To construct a 1.5 Million Gallon water storage tower $2,200,000.00

Commerce Township

Commerce Township

Newton Rd FM

Commerce Township Commerce Township Charter Township of Harrison Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township

Commerce Township Commerce Township Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP

Sleeth Road H2S Project Effluent Force Main

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East Jordan City Limits to Antrim 1,879,400 County Line 250,000 Near Huron Valley Hospital From Commerce Road to Newton Road, south to Oakley Park Road Located near Huron Valley Hospital Near WWTP off of Welch Road

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200 feet of sanitary sewer to remove H2S emissions from the force main $90,000.00 5/1/2009 Effluent force main for WWTP $500,000.00 Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Replacement of failing watermain Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems Replacement of storm water pump station to protect upstream properties from flooding Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems 4/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 8/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 8/1/2009 7/1/2009

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Submitting Agency Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Harrison Township Lyon Township Lyon Township

Location City or Township Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Harrison TWP Lyon Township Lyon Township

Project Name Prentiss Pump Station Upgrade Coleridge Pump Station Upgrade Petit-ConleT Drain Cleanout Venter DeBeuff Drain Cleanout L'Anse Creuse/Tucker Trunk Sanitary Sewer Extension Ashland Chartier Sanitary Sewer Extension Lenfesty Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Irwin Drive Water Main & Meter Pit WWTP Expansion Pontiac Trail WM

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date 6/1/2010 6/1/2010 6/1/2010 6/1/2010 6/1/2010 $

Funding Request 650,000 800,000 850,000 1,000,000

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Increase capacity to accommodate industrial development in northern end of township8/1/2009 Increase capacity to accommodate industrial development in northern end of township8/1/2009 Clean out of Regional Drain 8/1/2009 Clean out of Regional Drain 8/1/2009 Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems 7/1/2009

Extend sanitary sewer to replace failing septic systems 7/1/2009 Sewer Lining/Repair to reduce infilitration and protect ajacent properties against sewe back up 5/1/2009 New connection to DWSD water system to provide necessary redundancy and seervice pressures to northern portions of the township 5/1/2009 Expansion of Lyon Township's Waste Water Treatment Plant $21,000,000.00 Approximately 2 Miles of Water Main $3,500,000.00

Lyon Township

Lyon Township

New Hudson Well Expansion

Expansion of Lyon Township's Well House along with an iron removal system $3,000,000.00

Oscoda Township

Oscoda Township

Energy Efficiency Improvements

Public Works - Building & Grounds Maint. Facility. Expansion, Insulation, Heating & Electrical Improvements. Community Center - Install Insulation, Roof and Exterior Siding. Oscoda - Wurtsmith Sewage Treatment Plant - Modifications for Industrial Sludge & Septage Treatment capabilities. Install lagoon aerators and seepage bed dosing equipment.

Oscoda Township

Oscoda Township

Sewage Treatment Plant

Oscoda Township Oscoda Township Oscoda Township

Oscoda Township Oscoda Township Oscoda Township

Downtown Streetscape Public Water System Extension Sewage Collection System

Oscoda Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township

Oscoda Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township

Industrial Park Expansion

Sanitiary Sewer Lining Sanitary Sewer Retention Basin at Calvert Pump Station Ejector Station Rehabilitation Campbellgate Farms Sanitary Sewer Extension Rehabilitation of Lift Stations

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Main Street Water Tower Lead Abatement Cass Lake Water Tower Lead Abatement Huron Gardens Gate Valve Replacement

Water Main Relining

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Location City or Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township Waterford Township

Project Name Section 9 and Nelsey Road Water System Booster Stations Windmill Pond Flood Mitigation Maceday Water Tank Roof Rehab Sanitary Manhole Rehabilitation Water Treatment Plant 32-1 Private Property Inflow Elimination / Stormwater Conveyance

Project Description Construction of 2 water system booster stations and 4 pressure sustaining valves.

Start Date 4/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 6/1/2010 9/1/2009 10/1/2010 12/1/2009 $

Funding Request 393,750 380,000

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Construction of a 27" concrete pipe storm water outlet to Eagle Lake. 5/1/2009 Removal of an existing concrete roof and installation of a color matched aluminum geodesic dome. 4/1/2009 Inspection of 2,400 sanitary sewer Manholes and rehabilitation of an expected 30% of failing manholes. 4/1/2009 Construction of new source well and a pipe line from well to the water treatment plant. Removal and replacement of existing filter equipment. 5/1/2009 Instalation of a stormwater conveyance pipeline, disconnection of existing private footing and sump drains from sanitary sewer, and connection of private footing and sump drains to new conveyance system.

Waterford Township

Waterford Township

Flint Township

Project Description --- As a Center for Energy Excellence, we have targeted areas in our community for Alternative Energy Research and Development including Wind, BioFuels, Electric Vehicles, Hydrogen Vehicles, etc. These areas will need some investment in infrastructure and many of the buildings may be rehabilitated, retooled or new construction may need to occur. We would request $350,000 to pay for the needed infrastructure including rehabilitation or new construction of sewer/water lines, fire suppression lines, and roadways. To generate the response needed from companies and investors who may wish to locate here, we would request $150,000 to be used to issue bonds for but not limited to the following: the rehabilitation of, the new Center for Energy Excellence - Jobs Creation construction of, and/or the retooling of existing businesses interested in joining the search for alternative energy sources. 4/1/2009 Charter Township of Flint Incentive Package

Flint Township

Project Description - As a Center for Energy Excellence, the Charter Township of Flint will be a leader in the use of Alternative Energies. We propose to build an Energy Excellence Center using Green Architecture, LEED Design and the latest standards and trends in Green Technologies, incorporating the use of Geothermal Technologies Solar Energy, Green Roofs, Recycled Materials and renewable and sustainable building materials. The Energy Excellence Center would contain a Municipal Building, Recreation/Fitness Center, Library, Alternative Energies Research and Community Education Center, Senior Facilities and space for independent companies to lease (ie. coffee shop, restaurants, office space, daycare center, etc.). This will be a walkable site-plan centered around a Hero's Plaza Veteran's Memorial. By utilizing Green Technologies, the site will focus on educating the public by demonstrating how they can incorporate Alternative Energy Technology in their homes and businesses. Center for Energy Excellence - Green Building Pedestrian access from the surrounding residences, senior living complexes and professional offices will enhance the use and viability of the development. This plan w 4/1/2009 Charter Township of Flint Initiative

Flint Township Flint Township

Restoration and Purchase of Conservation Charter Township of Flint Easements in River Flood Zones Flint Township M-21/I-75 Interchange

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Charyl Stockwell Academy Cheboygan Co Road Comm Cheboygan Co Road Comm Cheboygan Co Road Comm Cheboygan Co Road Comm Cheboygan Co Road Comm Cheboygan Co Road Comm Cheboygan Co Road Comm

Brighton Township

Taylor Road Middle School and High School

This project is the construction of a new Middle School and High School for a public charter school in Brighton Township, Livingston County. The project will consist of three builidings to serve up to 800 students and include classroom, laboratory, and indoor actities spaces. The classroom space will be designed around mulitiple learning styles with an emphasis placed on the ability to adapt to every changing education pdeagogy. A "high-tech" infrastructue will support the education process. Sustainable aspects will ensure that the school is a healthy and invigorating place to learn and work. Energy efficient mechanical systems, low voc and renewable materials and effective day-lighting will be employed. The project will include the sensitive development of the school's 50 acre rural site which will provide natural environment for students to both learn and recreate. The site will provide an additional classroom and laboratory to the school, emphasizing the native flora and fauna, hydrology and biology or Southeast Michigan. In an age of child inactivity, this exterior learning area will provide an environment for students to learn active healthy h7/1/2009 Cheboygan Garage Fuel Facility Indian River Garage Fuel Facility Long Lake Road Paving Tandem Trucks (4 total) Trowbridge Road Quarry & Ostrander Roads Mann Road Reconstruction

Chelsea School District Chelsea

North Creek Elementary School Renovation

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Pierce Lake Elementary School Renovation

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Roof replacement, exterior door replacement, finish and casework replacement, boiler replacement, upgrade energy management controls, replace plumbing fixtures, electrical upgrades, replace kitchen equipment, replace furniture. On site, replace parking lots, retaining wall replacement, extend storm sewer system, replace playground surfacing and equipment, landscaping. Refinish exterior entry decking, cooling tower replacement, upgrade HVAC equipment and energy management controls, replace furniture, new window blinds, electrical upgrades. On site, repave parking lots, drives and playground, replace playground soft surfacing and equipment, landscaping. Roof replacement, building finishes and casework replacement, boiler replacement, upgrade HVAC equipment and energy management controls, replace drinking fountains, electrical upgrades, pool equipment, new café tables and office furniture. On site, repave bus transfer lot, replace sidewalks, resurface tennis courts, landscaping.

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Washington Street Education Center Renovation

Bldg. 500 roof replacement, replace finishes, replace HVAC equipment, remodel restrooms (bldg. 500, 400, 300), remodel gym and mezzanines, replace doors and windows bldg. 400, add entry canopies bldg. 100, add ramp to stage. On site, repave parking lot, new irrigation system, replace playground surfacing and equipment, resurface track, replace sidewalks, add sidewalks, replace plumbing fixtures at stadium, new parking lot lighting, landscaping.

$

1,702,394

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Remodel weight room, remodel storage in scene shop, replace flooring, upgrade HVAC equipment and energy management controls, electrical upgrades, replace exterior door hardware, replace toilet partitians, paint gym and receiving ceilings. On site, Repave parking lots, irrigation system, resurface tennis courts, replace sidewalks, landscaping. Bus wash bay building addition with storage, replace HVAC units. On site, repave parking lots, new electric gate.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

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Chelsea School District Chelsea Chelsea School District Chelsea

Chelsea High School Renovation Transportation Center Renovation

Chelsea School District Chelsea

South Meadows Elementary School Renovation

Gymnasium and music room addition, replace windows, new roofing, replace boilers, upgrade HVAC equipment and energy management system, electrical upgrades, replace kitchen equipment, new window blinds. On site, repave parking lot, extend storm drain system, replace playground surfacing and equipment, landscaping. 8/1/2009

Cherryland Electric Cooperative (CEC) is “shovel ready” on their next smart grid Initiative with the deployment of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system to monitor system demand and load flow such that load control can be initiated on Traverse City Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township

Cherryland Electric Cooperative (CEC) is “shovel ready” on their next smart grid Initiative with the deployment of a Supervisory Control and Data Acquisition (SCADA) system to monitor system demand and load flow such that load control can be initiated on an intelligent basis to manage both distribution system demands and power supply demand. This demand response scheme will be integrated with our Advanced Metering Infrastructure (AMI) system. Load control measures will be implemented through the SCADA system to operate existing load management transponders, through new and upgrade transponders, and new residential Smart Meter thermostats giving us the ability to control heating, air conditioning, and water heading loads and send pricing signals for customer level demand management as well. Our existing two-way power line carrier communication AMI system will be the back bone for the communication into our members’ homes. The SCADA system includes master station and work stations at our central office and connects to existing equipment at 16 substations in order to have real-time monitoring of system demands and load flow 5/1/2009 Demand Response 23 Mile Road Water Main - I94 to Baker (north Replace major trunkline water main, which is experiencing serious corrosion and side) excessive breaks 7/1/2009 23 Mile Road Water Main - I94 to Baker Replace aging water main along this busy and important Township corridor and fill in (south side) gaps/complete loops 7/1/2009 Construct a water system reservoir to reduce energy required to operate entire Water Storage regional (DWSD) system as well as increase system reliability and available fire flows.8/1/2009 Jefferson Avenue Sanitary Sewer Force Main Extend existing force main to increase system efficieny and reroute flow to a Extension downstream district 6/1/2009 Connie Bowles Park

Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township

Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township

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1,650,000 23 Mile Road (M2,300,000 29) 23 Mile Road (M1,000,000 29) Chesterfield Road, North of 24 Mile 2,400,000 Road 1,500,000 Jefferson Ave 25 Mile, east of 300,000 Gratiot Municipal Offices, 500,000 Sugar Bush Road 750,000 Gratiot Ave (M-5) 500,000 Gratiot Ave 350,000 23 Mile Road (M-5) 24 Mile and 800,000 Fairchild Rd 1,950,000 26 Mile Road New Haven Road 800,000 (M-19)

8/1/2010 12/31/2009 10/1/2009

$ $ $

Improvements (parking lot, entrance, grading) to create a new Township park

8/1/2009

Reconstruct the failing municipal parking lot Replace aging water main along this busy and important Township corridor Replace aging water main along this busy and important Township corridor Replace aging water main along this busy and important Township corridor Replace underground PRV/meter vault with new above-ground building to improve safety and operation Extend water main to this unserved area of the Township Extend water main to this unserved area of the Township

7/15/2009 3/1/2009 3/1/2009 3/1/2009 5/1/2009 4/1/2009 4/1/2009

10/1/2009 8/1/2009 8/1/2009 8/1/2009 12/31/2009 10/1/2009 10/1/2009

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

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Project Name Pollard Park Water Main Sugar Bush Road Water Main - 21 Mile to Cotton

Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chesterfield Township Chickaming Twp, Berrien County Chickaming Twp, Berrien County Chikaming Township, Berrien County Chikaming Township, Berrien County

Project Description Start Date Extend water main to this unserved area of the Township, completing a vital Township loop 4/1/2009 Replace and enlarge aging water main along this Township corridor 5/15/2009 5/15/2009 5/15/2009

Expected Completion Date 10/1/2009 4/1/2010 4/1/2010 4/1/2010

Route (Infrastructure Funding Request Only) Pollard Park, east $ 100,000 of M-19 $ 850,000 Sugar Bush Road 450,000 Sugar Bush Road 550,000 23 Mile Road (M-5) Turner, Dingman, Bluff, Porter and 450000 Thomas Streets Red Arrow Hwy to 2400000 Flynn Road 749,375 271,000

Sugar Bush Road Water Main - 21 Mile to end Replace and enlarge aging water main along this Township corridor 23 Mile Road Pump Station Replacement Replace aging and failing sanitary sewer pump station

Chikaming Township Chikaming Township Chikaming Township Chikaming Township

Turner Shores Watermain Sawyer Road Watermain Saywer Road Watermain Turner Shores Watermain

Install 8" watermain for Turner Shores subdivision Install 8" watermain along Sawyer Road Water system improvements, Red Arrow Hwy. to Flynn Road.

5/1/2009

Water system improvements, Turner, Dingman, Bluff, Porter and Thomas streets.

Chippewa County

Chippewa County

Feeding Chippewa County Seniors

Due to budget constraints, Chippewa County has currently had to cut it's appropriation to the "meals on wheels" program to seniors by nearly twenty five percent. With pressing economic times this has been devastating to the program. And at the same time need among seniors has increased dramatically. The County is asking for money for the next two years to enhance funding for the program. 3/1/2009

Chippewa County

Chippewa County

Safe Citizens Project

Chippewa County

Sault Ste. Marie

Historic Courthouse Renovation Project

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The Chippewa County Courthouse is on the National Register for Historic Sites. Originally built in the late 1800's, the Courthouse underwent its last major renovation more than twenty years ago. The building is in need of major repair including sandstone preservation, woodworking and window replacement, roof and sidewalk repairs, a backup command and control center, air conditioning and numerous security updates. The County also needs to modernize how the building is heated. Currently it is heated with an outdated boiler system. We would like the building to become "green friendly". 5/1/2009

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Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Chippewa County

Sault Ste. Marie

91st District Court Security and energy efficiency Update

Currently Chippewa county is in the process of trying to obtain funding for the purchase of the City County Building and the security renovation of the 91st District Court within that building. Currently, we are co-owners with the City of Sault. Ste. Marie and they have asked us to purchase their share of the building for $750,000.00. Our District Court is in need of serious renovations. Former Judge Michael McDonald has been asking the County to address a wide variety of security concerns for quite sometime. Current Judge Elizabeth Church has noted that if something is not done the State Court Administrator's Office may have to step in. These concerns include, but are not limited to, the lack of a jury room, handicap compliance issues, visitor seating, lack of client/attorney privacy, an aging boiler system that needs to be replaced with "green" technology, and most importantly, security concerns. There are approx. 9300 persons served each year through the Court. The cost of the renovation would be approximately 2.3 million dollars. Thus making the total cost of the project 3 6/1/2009

Chippewa County

Sault Ste. Marie

Ashmun Creek Drain District

Currently in an area of economic development within the County we have a drainage problem that is creating unsafe conditions for apartment owners and business in the I75 business spur area. Over the years as business development began to increase in the area, several surrounding property owners increased the volume of water flowing into a man made ditch in the area. This has created unsanitary conditions and flooding. A drain district named "The Ashmun Creek Drain District" has been proposed for quite sometime. The cost of this project would have to be on the backs of business and property owners in the area. Due to the current economic situation, business cannot afford to address this issue. However, to get more business in the area and create jobs we must address the issue. Therefore, we respectfully ask that the Stimulus package address our need for this most important project. 6/1/2009

Chippewa County

All 83 Counties

State Survey and Remonumentation Fund: On behalf of all 83 County Representative to the State Survey and Remonumentation Program, I am requesting $15,000,000 be allocated to the fund from the expected economic stimulus monies. This first allocation would essentially be a replacement of monies removed from the fund in 2006. Please see the attached letter. I am asking for an additional $15,000,000 to be allocated to supplement the fund through 2010. All of these monies would be distributed using the existing State of Michigan Grant Program. They would be classified as Category II funds, and would be distributed, based on the area of the individual counties. All 83 counties would receive grants. Act 345 of 1990 is titled “State Survey and Remonumentation Act” which in part states “…..to create the state survey and remonumentation fund and to provide for its use; to coordinate and implement the monumentation and remonumentation of property controlling corners in State of Michigan Remonumentation Program this state and coordinate the establishment of geographic information systems….” If Supplemental Funding funds were made available, each County would apply for a supplemental grant to the O 3/1/2009

Chippewa County EDC Kinross Charter Twp. Chippewa County Brimley, MI Superior Road Commission Township Chippewa County Road Commission Drummond Island, MI Goetzville, MI Raber Chippewa County Road Commission Township Chippewa County Goetzville, MI Raber Road Commission Township Chippewa County Pickford, MI Pickford Road Commission Township

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30,000,000 N/A 396,307 M-80 25,000 25,000 20,000 25,000 25,000

Brimley facility storage tank

Drummond Island facility storage tank

Upgrades to the rail crossing on M-80. 7/1/2009 Replace existing underground fuel storage tank with new above ground storage tank and pump. 6/15/2009 Replace existing underground fuel storage tank with new above ground storage tank and pump. 6/15/2009 Replace failed roof system on cold starage building at Goetzville garage location 6/15/2009 Replace existing underground fuel storage tanks with new above ground storage tank and pump. 6/15/2009 Replace existing underground fuel storage tank with new above ground storage tank and pump. 6/15/2009

Goetzville garage roof Goetzville facility storage tank Pickford facility storage tank

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Location Submitting Agency City or Township Chippewa County Soo Township, Pickford Road Commission Township, MI

Project Name Sault and Pickford Garage doors

Project Description Replace main garage doors at Sault and Pickford facilities

Start Date 6/15/2009

Expected Completion Date 9/30/2009 $

Funding Request 11,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Chippewa Nature Center

Midland/Homer

Visitor Center Expansion

The Chippewa Nature Center (CNC) Visitor Center expansion will allow CNC to increase its regional presence as a leader in environmental awareness and an innovator in the field of natural history education. This expansion will better accommodate current and future programs, create a model of green architecture and sustainable lifestyle and increase our regional presence in education and on environmental issues. 11/2/2008 This project will loop an existing 8 inch dead end water main on Oakwood Road and extend it to Howell Hwy, reconnecting at Siena Heights Drive. This will improve water quality in the area as well as provide better water pressure for both domestic and fire flow uses in this area. 10/1/2009 This project will involve the rehabilitation of the existing 6 inch water main. The existing water main is unlined cast iron and we have experienced numerous water quality and pressure complaints. This project would include the cleaning and lining of the existing 6 inch main to improve water quality and fire flow. 10/1/2009 This project will rehabilitate the original sewer collection system that runs through the downtown area. This collection area was installed in the early 1900's and runs under many downtown structures. This project will rehabilitate the brick arch sewer with cured-in-place piping to significantly extend useful life. 9/1/2009

3/1/2010

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

East Side Adrian Loop

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

Trenton Hills Water Main Rehabilitation

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

Brick Arch Sewer Rehabilitation

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

Force Main Replacement

Replacement of 10,000 LF of 18 inch sanitary sewer force main that runs from Broad St. Pump Station to the Wastewater plant. The current force mains have been in service since 1930 and have reached their useful life. This project could also help eliminate SSO's in the system due to insufficient sizing of the mains. 7/1/2009

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

This project will be Phase III of the previous Sewer System Improvement projects aimed toward the removal of illicit storm water entering the sanitary sewer system. Eliminating Sanitary Sewer Overflows (SSO'S) resulting from intense storm events is the Citys ultimate goal. Installing a parallel sewer and an enclosed retention basin will provide addtional storage to relieve the sanitary sewer system under such storm Sewer System Improvements-Phase III-River events. Construction of this Phase of the Improvement project will significantly reduce risk of SSO's occuring in Riverside Park and direct contamination of the River Raisin. 8/1/2009 Interceptor SSO Elimination Install new storm sewers to alleviate ponding issues and traffic impediments during intense storm events and remove storm water from Combined sewer. Rehabilitate existing storm sewers with sign of structural dilapidation or are undersized. Clean major collecting ditch to increase storage and convey storm water to an existing Storm Sewer Rehab.- Phase I outfall. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $1.5 Million 5/1/2009 This project will include replacing 2-4 inch undersized water mains with 8 inch to Replacing Undersized Mains improve both water quality and fire flow. 11/1/2009 The project will replace approximately 700 LF of 8 inch water main. The current main West Church Street Water Main Replacement is 4 inch and is undersized based on the demand in the area. 4/1/2009 This project will loop an existing 12 inch dead end water main in the City of Adrian Industrial Park and extend it our to Sand Creek Hwy. This would improve water quality as well as provide better water presure for both domestic and fire flow uses in our Industrial Park. 6/1/2009 Mill and Resurface or Base Stabilize City streets categorized as ACT 51 streets. Projected streets include McKenzie, Division, Frank, Maplewood, Scott Ct., and a handful of others. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $1.6 Million

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750,000 Downtown Area

7/1/2010

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Broad St. to 1,500,000 Wastewater Plant

8/1/2010

$

Riverside Park to Winter Street 6,000,000 Retention Basin

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$ $ $

Misc areas 1,500,000 throughout City City Distribution 1,000,000 System West Church 150,000 Street

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

West Side Adrian Loop

12/31/2009

$

Industrial Drive to 300,000 Sand Creek Hwy.

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

2009 City Street Resurfacing Project

4/15/2009

11/15/2009

$

Misc areas 1,000,000 throughout City

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City of Adrian

City of Adrian

2009 Federal Aid Street Rehabilitation

Mill and Resurface approximately 8,500 feet in Length x 38 feet in Width of McKenzie Street from Burr Street to Loveland Street. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $750,000 4/15/2009 Mill and Resurface approximately 8,200 feet in Length x 40 feet in Width of Division Street from US-223 to Church Street. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $800,000 4/15/2009 Mill and Resurface approximately 3,000 feet in Length x 28 feet in Width of Bent Oak Ave from Siena Heights to Abbot Court. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $225,000 4/15/2009 Mill and Resurface approximately 1,300 feet in Length x 33 feet in Width of Frank Street from Division to Center. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $85,000

11/15/2009

$

McKenzie St. from 750,000 Burr to Loveland Division St. from 800,000 US-223 to Church Bent Oak Ave. from Siena Heights 225,000 to Abbot Ct. Frank St. from 85,000 Division to Center Park St. from Maumee St. to 95,000 Michigan Ave. Westwood Ave. from Maple St. to 90,000 Maple St.

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

2009 Federal Aid Street Rehabilitation

11/15/2009

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

2009 Federal Aid Street Rehabilitation

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

2009 Non-Federal Aid Street Rehabilitation

4/15/2009

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

2009 Non-Federal Aid Street Rehabilitation

Mill and Resurface approximately 1,500 feet in Length x 33 feet in Width of Park St. from Maumee St. to Michigan Ave. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $95,000 4/15/2009 Mill and Resurface approximately 2,100 feet in Length x 20 feet in Width of Westwood Ave. from Maple St. to Maple St. Total Estimated Construction Cost = $90,000

City of Adrian

City of Adrian

2009 Non-Federal Aid Street Rehabilitation

City of Adrian

City of Adrian (downtown) Police Department

This is a new structure to be located next to the city library, which is located next to the future city hall. It will replace the undersized department at current city hall. It will be a 2 story structure and will be connected to the adjacent historic original Adrian Post Office for training and other police uses, along with public meeting space. 5/1/2009 Current city hall (circa 1970) houses city staff and the police department and has been determined to have insufficient space and due to code violations and obsolescence, the costs would exceed 4.5 million to renovate city hall, plus locate a new area for a police department to build a new structure. Due to the sale of a local bank, the new owner was going to vacate the old main branch (1907 building). This has been acquired by the city to re-locate city hall. Renovations are needed to transform the building to house city hall functions. 4/1/2009

City of Adrian

City of Adrian (downtown) City Hall

City of Adrian

City of Adrian (downtown) Chamber Annex

City of Adrian City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion

City of Adrian (downtown) Library renovations City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion & Albion Township City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion

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This is the final building involved in the new Municipal complex. This historic building (1904), which housed the first city Post Office and which is vacant, will be renovated to be co-used by the city police department and as city commission chambers and for other city agencies and commissions. The building needs complete historic renovation, including electric, mechanical, plaster, windows, etc. 4/1/2009 Two years ago, the façade of the city library experienced a structural failure, causing this entrance to be closed for safety reasons. The project will replace the façade and add space for a teen area, a proposed coffee shop, and opens a mezzanine for seating in part to create a small business entrepreneur area. 3/1/2009 New geothermal heating/cooling system, windows, lights, drainage improvements and basement renovation 7/1/2009 Repair/retrofit dam into whitewater rapids facility 5/1/2009

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750,000

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1,000,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 70,000,000 55,000 250,000 50,000 150,000

Renovate City Hall Victory Park Dam Michigan Horse Park Facility Retrofit City Street Lights WWTP Generator Industrial Incubator Building Roof Replacement Water Tower Painting

Regional horse park - show facility 7/1/2009 Convert decorative City street lights in downtown to LED plus add on extra light fixture for sidewalk area 6/1/2009 Install backup generator at WWTP 6/1/2009 Replace roof on incubator building Clean and paint inside and outside of City's water towe 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

12/1/2009 $ 11/1/2009 $ Phases Dec 2009 Dec 2010 $ 9/1/2009 11/1/2009 7/1/2009 8/1/2009 $ $ $ $

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Location Submitting Agency City or Township City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion City of Albion-Sheridan City of Albion Township City of Albion City of Allegan City of Allegan City of Allegan

Project Description Complete renovation of upper 2 floors of this historic structure Repair sidewalks in City Extend City sanitary sewer system into adjoining township to serve industrial Regional Sewer Extension Project (425 Area) development area Outside swimming pond and beach area with handi-capped facilities Miner Lake Resurfacing of State route within City of Allegan

Project Name Ismon House Renovation Sidewalk Improvement Program

Start Date 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 4/1/2009 2009 7/1/2009

Expected Completion Date Funding Request 11/1/2009 $ 200,000 11/1/2009 $ 1,500,000 11/1/2009 8/1/2009 2010 12/31/2009 12/10/2009

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Rieger Park, City of Albion Rieger Park Swimming Beach Allegan Miner Lake City of Allegan North Main Street Reconstruction City of Allegan New Water Treatment Plant

City of Allegan City of Allegan City of Allegan

City of Allegan City of Allegan City of Allegan

Hydroelectric Power Plant Renovation River Street Reconstruction - Cora Street to City Limits River Street Reconstruction - M-222 to City Limits

The city purchased a hydro power plant and dam in 1997, and has been pursuing the renovation and eventually production of power to the region ever since. The structure of the hydro plant is in need of major renovations. It not only can produce power, but provides for a scenic overlook in Downtown Allegan. The hydro plant can be renovated and positioned to produce green power to the grid with the investment of $1,945,000. The cost listed not only provides for structural improvements, but flood impact reduction tools in the area (including protections for the existing water treatment facilities), such as advanced electronic communications, enhanced power reliability to the gates and other flood controls. The City has already completed multiple engineering studies and design on the structural integrity of the structure, so with federal stimulus, we can start the construction to rehabilitate the hydro plant withi four months. Once this is complete, the city will seek the permit to produce the power. But the investment would absolutely position the City to produce green power for the region. 7/1/2009 Resurfacing of State route within City of Allegan Resurfacing of State route within City of Allegan

City of Allegan City of Allegan City of Allegan City of Allegan

City of Allegan City of Allegan City of Allegan City of Allegan

Water Treatment Plant Renovation Airport Terminal Building Eastern Ave. Lift Station Water Distribution System Improvements

City of Allegan

City of Allegan

This critical street section is the main artery for thousands of citizens. The City Engineer has reviewed the project and with federal stimulus, we can begin the project Eastern Avenue/Hooker Road Reconstruction within four months. 5/1/2009

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City of Allegan

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Energy Efficiency Improvements - Regent Theatre

The Regent Theatre is the main attraction to Downtown Allegan and a State recognized Award winner for Historic Preservation. The City purchased the theatre after many attempts by private and non-profits to sustain. The city has done this with the support of the city and other grant funds. The State funded a study in 2007 which identified energy efficiency improvements which could save thousands of dollars annually in operational costs by investing in the mechanical systems. With Federal Stimulus, this downtown icon can be energy efficient and provide reduced operational costs. 5/1/2009 The Griswold Auditorium is the main community facility for public meetings and services. The City was donated the facility in the 1930’s, and we continue to maintain with dedication to the citizens. The State funded a study which in 2007 identified energy efficiency improvements to save thousands of dollars in operational costs by investing in the mechanical systems. With Federal Stimulus, this critical community building can be energy efficient and provide reduced operational costs. 5/1/2009

12/31/2009

$

228,000 NA

City of Allegan

City of Allegan

Energy Efficiency Improvements - Griswold Auditorium

12/31/2009

$

110,000 NA

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Project Name

Project Description The Public Works Garage is the home of the critical services of the City of Allegan. The State funded a study which in 2007 identified energy efficiency improvements which could save thousands of dollars in operational costs by investing in the mechanical systems. With Federal Stimulus, this critical facility can be energy efficient and provide reduced operational costs.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Allegan

City of Allegan

Energy Efficiency Improvements - Dept. of Public Works

5/1/2009

12/31/2009

City of Allegan

City of Allegan

Eastern Avenue Lift Station Improvements

The city has conducted an engineering study for this critical project. This particular public lift station carries waste from many properties. The lift station facility is in need of redesign, and can be started within less than two months with the federal stimulus. 4/1/2009 The city has prepared engineering specification as is ready to bid immediately upon notice of federal stimulus. This is a non-federal bridge, but has structural needs which must be addressed. The Second Street Bridge is an Allegan Icon, and has received historic recognition at the federal level. However, the structure does not meet modern design standards, so the opportunity to receive general federal bridge money is very limited. This show piece is a critical artery to Downtown Allegan and continues to be a source of pride for the Allegan Area. 3/1/2009

City of Allegan

City of Allegan

Second Street Bridge Renovation

City of Allegan

City of Allegan

JayCee Park Improvements

The city has prepared engineering bid specifications as is ready to proceed immediately upon notice of federal stimulus. This park is in Downtown Allegan, and is a gathering spot for the young and young at heart, by providing walking trails and play equipment. Plans are already prepared for improvements to the outdoor basketball courts, drives, parking facilities and the establishment of a sledding hill and a new skate board park. 3/1/2009

City of Allegan

City of Allegan

Hooker Road Pedestrian Walk

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The city has prepared engineering specifications and is ready to bid immediately upon notice of federal stimulus. This walkway is critical to providing access to many underprivileged citizens access to shopping and other critical services on M-89. Because of the dangerous terrain and amount of individuals who utilize this route for walking, the federal stimulus program could instantly assist individuals access to work and services. Some individuals, especially during the winter months, even ride down the middle of the road in conflict with auto mobiles, so we believe it is a critical project The city has provided tax incentives to the low income housing near this project zone and believes the federal stimulus program will directly affect many individuals in a positive way. 3/1/2009

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Currently under construction, this project will renovate a 35 years old waste water plant. This project would also positively effect all the sanitary sewer customers in Allegan City an beyond. Further, we are installing a septic receiving station, which will provide a region site for septage, and improve environmental quality. The septage receiving portion of the project costs approximately $1,000,000 and will begin construction in the next six months. Sept. 1, 2008

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$ $ $ $ $

9,500,000 NA 150,000 725,000 900,000 250,000 1500 Moran St.

Design-Build of pump station generators at sanitary/storm pump stations throughout the City.

Spring 2009

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City of Allen Park

Allen Park

Sanitary District One Storage Tunnel Project

Detailed plans and specifications have been prepared that includes the replacement o the existing Outer Drive Lift Station and 18-21 inch gravity sewer pipe within a new upstream pump station and force main, constructing of a 96-inch tunnel sized to meet the 1.35 MG storage need, elimination of an upstream "bottleneck" within the existing sanitary sewer, construction of approximately 900 lineal feel of new 18-inch sewer, and construction of a new outfall conduit to the Ecorse Creek for emergency wet weather flow. A project plan has been completed and submitted to the MDEQ. Construction is required in accordance with a December 21, 2005 Consent Judgment. Fall 2009 Lining of the existing sanitary sewer throughout the Kennedy Subdivision through the use of Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP). The quantities include approximately 2,532 linear feet of 8-inch sewer, 16,167 linear feet of 10-inch, 5,912 linear feet of 12-inch, 1,180 linear feet of 15-inch sewer and the rehabilitation of 127 sanitary structures. The construction is necessary in order to reduce infiltration into the existing system and to increase the structural integrity of an aging system. State and local agency permits are required. Preliminary specifications are complete. Spring 2009 Re-location of Fire Department to better serve community. Current location is in Downtown area and on parcel viable for re-development. New facility is designed by a LEED certified architect and the contractor will be a Green Certified builder. The new facility will be more energy -efficient and 21st century technology will be implemented throughout the facility. Both active and passive solar as well as geo-thermal heating and cooling will be used. These changes will reduce the operating costs for the city and the location is better to serve the residents. 5/1/2009 Re- location of Police and District Court facility. Current site of Police Department and grounds are in Film Studio development area. District Court Is a shared facility serving both Allen Park and Melvindale. New facility will allow for 21st century technology upgrades as well as creating a more energy- efficient building. The architect is LEED certified and the building contractor will be a Green Certified Builder. The new facility will reduce the maintenance costs as well as the energy costs. Both active and passive solar as well as geo-thermal heating and cooling will be used. 5/1/2009 Construction includes the replacement and/or rehabilitation of approximately sixty (60) existing storm sewer structures. The improvements are necessary in order to increase the structural integrity of the storm sewer system. Specification documents are bid ready, pending receipt of sufficient funding. Spring 2009

City of Allen Park

Allen Park

2009 Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation

City Of Allen Park

Allen Park

Fire Department

City of Allen Park

Allen Park

Police Department and Court Facility

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Allen Park Allen Park

2009 Catch Basin Rehabilitation Program Bondie/Northway Road Reconstruction

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Allen Park

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I-94/Outer Drive/Enterprise 19,500,000 Drive

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Fall 2009

$ $

federal economic recovery Lining of existing water mains through the use of Cured-In-Place Pipe (CIPP). The existing water mains to be lined include both 6-inch and 8-inch mains. The chosen method of construction is one that minimizes impact and disruption to both residents and existing trees, roads, green belt areas, etc. Impacted hydrants and gate valves will also be replaced. The specification documents have been prepared and are bid ready, pending receipt of permits and sufficient funding. Spring 2009 Re-location of Library. New Leed Certified building constructed by Green Certified builder. Building is designed using 21st century technology and will be much more efficient than current facility. Geo-thermal heating and cooling as well as active and passive solar will be used in the building. These changes will reduce the maintenance and operating costs for the city. 5/1/2009

300,000 City-Wide Bondie/Northway 1,100,000 Road

2009 Water Main Lining

Fall 2009

$

Northeast Quadrant of the 2,400,000 City

City of Allen Park

Allen Park

Municipal Library

5/1/2010

$

4,873,575

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City of Allen Park

Allen Park

City Hall

Re-location of Municipality City Hall. Current site is part of Film studio Development area. Building is designed for LEED certification and the contractor must be a Green certified builder. Fuel - efficient geo-thermal heating and cooling as well as active and passive solar will be used. New building will allow for 21st century technology upgrades. 4/15/2009 Redevelopment of 104 acres for a Film Studio development that will create approximately 3000 - 5000 permanent jobs. Cost to include construction of green space, roads , storm sewers , sanitary sewers, sidewalks and water distribution system. Development will provide job opportunities for unemployed workers and provide worker training and placement in growth and emerging industry. Development to diversify the areas dependency on the automotive industry. 3/1/2009 Repair-Replace non functional site lighting improve lighting as required to eliminate vandalism. Implement security system for facility as required. Summer 2009 Repair the Emergency Generator fuel tank to meet newly established MDEQ regulations. Spring 2009 Repair-Replace aged leaking roof top on the Basin and attached facilities Spring 2009 Replace HVAC air handling unit as required per existing unit has reached life expectancy. Spring 2009 Electrical Services include the complete removal and replacement of eight (8) mixers in Basin's 1, 2, and 3, one (1) vacuum/pressure pump, and a full implementation of the Computer Maintenance Management System (CMMS) Spring 2009 Specifications have been prepared to Mill and Resurface approximately 17,000 linear feet of 33-foot wide road and approximately 3,600 linear feet of 66-foot road. The work is needed in order to extend the life of the affected roads. Specifications and contract documents are bid ready, pending receipt of sufficient funding. All work lies within City jurisdiction. Concrete panel replacement and joint repair work is needed within numerous roads throughout the entire City. Construction includes the replacement of cracked and broken panels and failing joints. Panel and joint replacement at this time will significantly extend the life of the road. Specifications and contract documents are bid ready, pending receipt of sufficient funding. Replace-Repair as needed non functional flushing system to improve overall functionality of the facility. Fall 2009

4/15/2010

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Film Studio Exterior Light Repair and Security Camera System Retention Basin Emergency Generator Retention Basin Roof Repair HVAC Air Handling Unit + Boiler Unit Ecorse Creek Pollution Abatement Disinfectant Facility

City of Allen Park

Allen Park

City of Allen Park

Allen Park

2009 Mill and Resurfacing Program

City of Allen Park City of Allen Park

Allen Park Allen Park

2009 Street Sectioning Program Flushing System Replace-Repair

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Southfield Road & Enterprise Drive Acreage. See 8,200,000 Attach Survey 25,000 1500 Moran St. 15,000 1500 Moran St. 100,000 1500 Moran St. 220,000 1500 Moran St.

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350,000 1500 Moran St.

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2,500,000 City-Wide

$ Spring 2010 $

2,600,000 City-Wide 170,000 1500 Moran St.

Replacement of sanitary sewer main adjacent to the east side of the Pine River from the north side of Superior Street to the south side of the Mid-Michigan RR tracks. The existing sanitary sewer starts as a twenty inch diameter pipe and flows into a fifteen inch pipe and finally into a 30 inch sewer main. This project would replace the existing fifteen inch pipe with a continuous 20 inch sanitary sewer to the existing 30 inch. The project would reduce sewer backup and overflows during high flow periods. Approximately 900 linear feet of sanitary sewer would be replaced and two bores would be required to cross the RR tracks and the state trunk line of B.R. 127. 6/1/2009

10/1/2009

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160,000 MDEQ

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City of Alma

Alma

2010 Capital Improvement Project

Reconstruction of Golfside Drive from Superior Street south to Riverview Drive (0.37 miles) and Pineview Court from Riverview Drive southward (0.06 miles). Both streets are city local streets with a Paser rating of 4 for Golfside Drive and a Paser rating of 3 for Pineview Court. Reconstruction on Pineview Court would include replacement of concrete curb and gutters as required, improvements to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street sub-structure and new HMA surfaces. Reconstruction on Riverview Drive would include improvements to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street sub-structure and new HMA surfaces. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed in March of 2009. 6/1/2009 Reconstruction of S. Lincoln Avenue from the south City Limits to Marshall Street (0.50 miles), which is the only access to the City from the southward direction. The existing street is a major city street with an ADT of 5,000; that is presently two lanes and has a Paser rating of 2. Reconstruction would include installation of concrete curb and gutters, improvements to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street substructure and new HMA surfaces. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed in April of 2009. 6/15/2009

City of Alma

Alma

S. Lincoln Ave Reconstruction

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Alma

W. Superior Street Reconstruction

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Alma

Bridge Structure at Pine River

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Reconstruction of W. Superior Street from West City Limits to Charles Avenue (0.53 miles), which is the only access to the City from the westward direction. The existing street is a major city street with an ADT of 10,000; that is presently two lanes and has a Paser rating of 5. Reconstruction would include concrete curb and gutters, improvement to the storm sewer system, replacement of the street sub-structure, new HMA surfaces and increasing street width at the intersections with two other major streets (Luce Road and Charles Avenue) to three lanes for a center turn lane to increase safety. Street width would also be increase the entire length of the project for the inclusion of two “non-motorized” bicycle lanes”. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed in April of 2009. 6/15/2009 The existing two span bridge structure located on Bridge Avenue crossing the Pine River is presently listed on the MDOT critical bridge list for repairs and reconstruction. Deterioration of the structure has resulted in reduced load limits being imposed and the FSR reduced to its present rating of 38.1.The bridge structure requires replacement of the deck, superstructure, and the replacement or restoration of the mid-span piers of the sub-structure. Topo work on this project has been completed and design engineering is currently under way and is expected to be completed May 2009. 6/15/2009

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809,000 MDOT

9/15/2009

$

860,000 MDOT

12/15/2009

$

859,000 MDOT

Runway 18/36 Rehab Project

The rehab of the 3200’ north/south runway 18/36 and Taxiway B is currently under design and would be ready to go in the time frame specified. The project is part of the Gratiot Community Airport’s Five Year Development Plan. The project involves mill and resurface of the runway and taxiway, crack repair and grooving the runway surface. The Gratiot Community Airport Commission in the last five years has focused on raising revenues and improving current facilities and not construction any new facilities. 6/15/2009 Construction of a 40x50 warehouse for the water treatment plant. Warehouse to be used for equipment storage and storage of water distribution repair components such as water valves, and pipe. 8/1/2009

9/15/2009

$

495,000 MDOT

Water Plant Warehouse Project

12/31/2009

$

90,000

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City of Alma

Alma

Alterations to the existing Municipal Building that was constructed in 1976 to reduce energy consumption. Retrofit insulation into walls and ceiling areas of the existing structure. Replace existing windows, and install weather stripping; upgrade existing Municipal Bldg Energy Improvements Project mechanical equipment and insulate the existing ductwork.

7/1/2009

9/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

Pine Avenue Roundabout

In 2004 the City of Alma hired Dan Burden of Walkable Communities Inc. to meet with the community over two days and discuss ideas to make Alma more pedestrian and bicycle friendly. Taking the ideas from the multiple day charrette the community converted the downtown one way street system back to a two way street system. Another interesting idea that came out of the discussion was the idea to convert three intersections in the downtown area to roundabouts. The City Commission then hired an architectural firm to do some conceptual designs for the intersections of Pine Avenue, State Street, and Wright Avenue. The roundabouts will create center piece for the downtown area, increase safety, and will also lower the emission for cars because they to not have to sit at the lighted intersection waiting for the light to turn green. Since there are no lights at the intersection there is energy and maintenance savings for the City and State of Michigan. This will continue the downtown’s move to green technology, with the installation of LED streetlights and roundabouts. Project would include removal of the existing traffic signal and road surfaces; installation of co 8/1/2009 Project to reduce the infiltration and inflow of ground water and storm water into the sanitary sewer system. Line the interior of existing sanitary sewer mains in the area of Lift Station #8 and repair sanitary sewer manholes to prevent infiltration. Line approximately 10,000 linear feet of sanitary sewer and reconstruction of twenty sanitary manholes. 7/1/2009

City of Alma

Alma

Sanitary Infiltration & Inflow Project

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Alma

Alma Riverfront Brownfield Project

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The Alma Riverfront Brownfield Project is the final phase of removing the remaining contaminated soil in the Alma Downtown Riverfront Redevelopment Project Area. The goal of this long-term project is to reclaim the Mill Pond Riverfront from its history of industrial usage, to create a mixed used development for commercial, retail, recreation and residential living. This development would be like no other in the Mid Michigan area. With funding from an SEP Project, CMI Grant, DEQ Loan, EPA Cleanup Grant and Local Funding the City of Alma as accomplished: The environmental study of the riverfront area, Community Master Planning and Concept drawings for the riverfront, purchase of property, demolition of the existing structures and removal of contaminated soils. A major component of the project was to move outdated Alma Iron and Metal facility (Metal Recycler) off the riverfront and relocating them to a more appropriate area on the former Total Refinery property (this site also considered a brownfield). This piece of the project allowed Alma Iron and Metal to build a brand new facility with today’s current environmental standards and expanded 6/1/2009

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500,000

10/31/2009

$

270,000 MDEQ

Downtown Street Lighting Project

This summer working with MDOT the City of Alma completed the first phase of a downtown streetscape. Part of the streetscape included replacement of 36 of the thirty year old mercury vapor lights with new historically significant LED lights. The new LED lights use only 10% of the power the current mercury vapor lights use. Also the light fixture itself is estimated to last 15 years before it needs replacement, saving on maintenance costs. The style of the new lights has also been approved by the Michigan Historic Preservation Office as significant to the downtown of Alma. There is great energy savings potential in replacing the remaining 141 mercury vapor lights owned by the City of Alma in the Downtown District, with the new LED lights. The engineering for this project could be completed by April 15, 2009, and installation by September 30, 2009. 6/1/2009 Long Rapids Road Resurfacing

11/15/2009

$ $

680,000 MDOT 880,000

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Project Description Traffic Signal Controller Replacement 4 locations which have not been upgraded Cavanaugh Street Resurfacing M-32, Washington Ave to Eighth Ave Ninth Avenue Water Tower Piping and Pump House Circuit Breaker Upgrade and Rebuild Water Recycling Plan Water Production Plant Sanitary Discharge Replacement Railroad Crossing Improvements Grant St, Third & Fifth Aves, Franklin St Third Avenue Resurfacing Garden St. to Bagley St Lift Station Telemetry - 11 Stations throughout the system Merchant Street Reconstruction Fletcher St. to Oldfield St Miller Street resurfacing N. Second Ave to Beech St. Water Recycling Plant SCADA System Municipal Parking Lot Reconstruction Lockwood St. and M-32 Ford Avenue Resurfacing Lafarge Railroad crossing to City Jurisdiction Methane Gas Storage Water Recycling Plant Wessel Road Truck Route Resurfacing Citywide Resurfacing Targeting 40 Blocks Throughout the System Wastewater Treatment Plants Improvements: Phase III Ninth Avenue Water Tower Coating Energy Efficiency Upgrades Per Honeywell Study City Ha Ripley Blvd. Reconstruction Hobbs/Grant Intersection Imp. Hobbs Dr. Improvements: 34d Ave. to Grant St. Energy Efficiency Upgrades Per Honeywell Study Street Light System East Commerce Dr. Infrastructure Sewer & Water (Hueber St. to Wessel Rd.) Energy Efficiency Upgrades Per Honeywell Study Water System Meter Replacement River St. Improvements: 3rd Ave. to Ninth Ave. Water Street Riverfront Development Project Downtown riverfront Development Project Mich-e-ke-wis Park/Starlite Beach Imp. Infrastructure Replacement Install a 11 kW photovoltaic (PV) system, a 8 kW PV system and one domestic hot water system at City fire stations to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system Replace 5,500 mercury vapor and high pressure sodium streetlights with new LED fixtures to reduce energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, and maintenance costs. Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system

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Expected Completion Date $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Funding Request 14,000 30,000 35,000 50,000 75,000 80,000 106,200 125,000 140,000 142,500 150,000 175,000 200,000 250,000 260,000 280,000 500,000 615,000 750,000 850,000 900,000 1,000,000 1,250,000 1,500,000 1,750,000 1,800,000 2,500,000 3,000,000 4,000,000 9,475,825

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Ann Arbor Ann Arbor

Fire Station Solar Energy Installation Southside Interceptor Rehabilitation

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Ann Arbor

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12/31/2010 3/1/2010

$ $

3,800,000 1,025,000

Footing Drain Disconnection Curb Drains Sanitary System Manhole Rehabilitation and Replacement Project

Installation of curb drains to accept flow from new sump pump discharge lines installed to remove footing drain connections from the sanitary sewer system, thus eliminating wet weather and groundwater flow from the santiary system and ultimately the wastewater treament plant 6/1/2009 Rehabilitiation and/or replacement of failing sanitary sewer manholes which no longer allow access for maintenance and operation of the City's sanitary collection system 7/1/2009

5/1/2010

$

3,000,000

11/1/2010

$

250,000

City of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor

S Ashley, S Main & Londonderry Water Main Reconstruction of approximately 1000 feet of 8 and 12 inch water main, 340 feet of Projects directionally drilled 12 inch HDPE water main, and 400 feet of concrete storm drain. Stadium Iroquois Water Main Replacement Project Replace approximately 3,350 lf of existing 4" and 6" water main with new 8" water main in order to improve water quality and increase fire protection coverage.

5/15/2009

9/1/2009

$

500,000

City of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor

5/20/2009

8/31/2009

$

550,000

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Ann Arbor Ann Arbor

Replace approximately 4,500 lf of existing 4" and 6" water main with new 8' water main in order to reduce water main breaks, improve water quality by providing looping and increase fire protection coverage on Glendaloch, Loyola, Elmcrest, Anderson, Clair 5/1/2009 GLEACH Water Main Replacement Project Washtenaw Avenue Water Main Replacement Replace approximately 3,000 lf of existing 12" ductile iron pipe that has corroded to Project the point of failure with a new 12" water main. 6/1/2009 Steere Farm Raw Water Main Replacement Project Replace approximately 4,200 lf of existing 20" ductile iron pipe that has corroded to the point of failure with a 30" water main that will meet future capacity needs.

9/30/2009 8/15/2009

City of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor

5/1/2009

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Residuals Handling Improvements Project Oakwood & Edgewood Storm Sewer Replacement Plymouth Road Water Main Project Sludge Pond Improvements Parkwood/Fernwood Sanitary Pipe Bursting Packard Road Water Main Bore

The Residuals Handling Improvements Project replaces the worn and inefficient residual solids processing equipment and renovates the existing structure housing the process equipment at the Ann Arbor WWTP. Additional items such as odor management and treatment are also being addressed as part of this project. This project is critical to maintaining treatment and solids processing capacity at the WWTP. 2/1/2009 Replacement of failing portion of existing storm sewer system 4/1/2009 Replace approximately 1200 LF of 20-inch water main and approximately 350 feet of 12-inch water main which has reached the end of it's life 6/1/2009 Replace concrete outlet structure at lime solids residual pond. Existing structure is heavily deteriorated and failing. 7/1/2009 Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system Bore new water main to connect Pittsfield Village system to city system

Parkwood/Fernwood Crosslots Sanitary Lining Repair of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system This project includes the replacement of approximately 313 feet of 10-inch sanitary Yost Sanitary Sewer sewer by pipe bursting with new 12-inch HDPE pipe. Installation of a drop structure to reduce outlet velocities to minimize erosion in the intermittent stream within the Nichols Arboretum. This project coordinates with steppool/native plantings to help restore the stream geomorphology. Upgrade water system security at Water Treatment Plant and remote facilities to implement Vulnerability Assessment recommendations. Replace again lime softening system infrastructure. Modify lime storage bins to eliminate lime slides which have resulted in staff injuries. Replace existing, aged, undersized water main before brick pavement is reconstructed Repair of failing portions of storm vault structure that are to remain in service, and permanent abandoment of portions that are no longer in use. Replace existing, aged, undersized water main before brick pavement is reconstructed Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system Replacement of failing portion of existing water main system within the Arbor Oaks Subdivision, east of Stone School Road, north of Ellsworth

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Harvard Drain Improvements Water System Security Improvements Lime Handling Improvements

North State Street Water Main Replacement McKinley Avenue/White Street/Arch Street Storm Vault

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City of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor

Facilities Renovations Project

The Facilities Renovations Project consists of upgrading, rehabilitating and/or replacing the aging and deteriorating wastewater treatment facilities at the Ann Arbor WWTP. The WWTP consists of an older West Plant (constructed in the 1930’s) and a newer East Plant (constructed in the late 1970’s). Renovations include process, energy and efficiency improvements. Additionally, the plant wide electrical grid system will be replaced. This project is critical to maintaining treatment and solids processing capacity at the WWTP. Fall 2009

Fall 2014

$

94,000,000

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City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

Vision 2020: Sustainable Design Standards Wheeler Center Wind Energy Installation

This project is a comprehensive assessment and rewrite of Chapter 55: Zoning and Chapter 57: Subdivision and Land Use Control of Ann Arbor City Code, as well as the integration of related areas of code such as streets, parking, signs, and landscape and screening. The current code is cumbersome, piecemeal, contains conflicting language, and is inefficient for residents, developers, and city staff to use. A key goal of this project is to insure that the City’s land use regulations are user friendly and simpler in format in order to streamline and increase the efficiency of the site plan review process. Funding will we used to hire consultants to facilitate the process. The new code will be based on sustainability principles that the current code lacks. The completed code will embrace the community’s character, protect the local environment, promote housing affordability and choices, promote sustainable development practices, enable the expansion of existing businesses, and promote new business and employment growth. 7/9/2009 Install a 50 kW wind generator at City maintenance garage to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. 8/9/2009

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Westover/ Ferry Neighborhood

The scope of this project is to install roads, curbs, gutters, and water infrastructure, and to address drainage problems for the Westover-Ferry Neighborhood, a neighborhood consisting of 10 Habitat homes, serving people at 50% average median income or less 8/9/2009

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Vision 2020: Creating Vital Places

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This project will update the land use element of Ann Arbor’s master plan and include public outreach, design guidelines, and updated land use recommendations. This effort will include the hiring of a consultant to facilitate public outreach, develop design guidelines, and assist in making sustainable land use recommendations. The effort will impact economic development, affordable housing and sustainability in the following manner: Economic Development – encourage economic development along major transportation corridors, and higher density, mixed-use development in areas that currently have low intensity land uses; Affordable Housing – creation of additional affordable housing opportunities along commercial corridors. Mixed-use development that allows residential use above retail uses significantly expands new housing opportunities; and Sustainability – allowing land and infrastructure to be used more efficiently, support the existing mass transit system with additional densities, ensure the construction of new storm water detention systems, and encourage non-motorized access through higher density, mixed-use development. 7/9/2009

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Brownfield Remediation: 415 W Washington Northside Sanitary Submain

This City owned 2.46 acre parcel served as a County Road Commission service yard for many years, and later as a municipal maintenance yard. There is an unoccupied, two-story brick industrial building built in 1907, which lies in a historic district (which prevents demolishing the building). The site is in the floodplain and floodway of Allen Creek, and abuts the Ann Arbor Railroad track on the east, and residential uses on the south and west. Soil contamination from leaking underground storage tanks on the site has been remediated and the tanks removed. Contaminant concentrations are significantly reduced, but levels are not below residential clean-up standards and the site has not reached closure. An ongoing contaminant source may be off-site and additional investigation and possible remediation may be needed for the site to be reused. The City of Ann Arbor is a member of the Washtenaw County Brownfield Redevelopment Authority and is a core community. The City proposes to remediate known contamination on the site and identify additional sources of contaminants. 7/9/2009 Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system 2/9/2009

1/11/2009 3/10/2009

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580,000 1,025,000

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City of Ann Arbor

West Park Storm Water Issues

West Park is located at the confluence of two branches of the Allen Creek. The park has suffered increasing flooding problems due to the increased development surrounding the park. This project will address stormwater issues by creating a series of bio-swales and naturalized ponds that follow the general alignment of the creek to capture surface water and improve water quality. The project will include removal of the impermiable surfacing from the floodway by relocating pathways, a game court, parking lot and drive. The project will also include environmental interpretation and demonstration of sustainable principals while improving the usability of the park. Other features to be included are seating for a public bandshell which has free concerts each summer, a community Project Grow garden, a public restroom, access and visibility improvements, repair of crumbling retaining walls, removal of invasive species, and installation of native plantings. The location of the park near the downtown makes it espciallyappealing for individuals who need a respite from the hard surfaces and lack of green space. 8/9/2009 Installation of curb drains to accept flow from new sump pump discharge lines installed to remove footing drain connections from the sanitary sewer system, thus eliminating wet weather and groundwater flow from the santiary system and ultimately the wastewater treament plant 6/9/2009 Replace 5,500 mercury vapor and high pressure sodium streetlights with new LED fixtures to reduce energy use, greenhouse gas emissions, and maintenance costs.

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Footing Drain Disconnection Curb Drains

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Streetlight LED Conversion

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

Harvard Drain Improvements North State Street Water Main Replacement

Installation of a drop structure to reduce outlet velocities to minimize erosion in the intermittent stream within the Nichols Arboretum. This project coordinates with steppool/native plantings to help restore the stream geomorphology. 8/9/2009 Replace existing, aged, undersized water main before brick pavement is reconstructed 8/9/2009 The scope of this project is to install sewer connections to enable affordable housing to be built for households at 80% average median income or less. Repair of failing portions of storm vault structure that are to remain in service, and permanent abandoment of portions that are no longer in use. Replace existing, aged, undersized water main before brick pavement is reconstructed Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

Springbrook Street McKinley Avenue/White Street/Arch Street Storm Vault Detroit Street Water Main Replacement First Street Sanitary Replacement

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The Bandemer Park bridge over the Huron River is the primary access point to Bandemer Park. With the threat of the only other access to the park being cut off because of safety issues, this bridge is crucial to keeping the park open. The park contains numerous amenities, including a disc golf course, a dirt bike jump course, a bicycle path, and the center for rowing for the university, the high schools and the community rowing club. The bridge is in need of replacement as the structural steel has deteriorated to the point where it is not cost effective to repair the structure. 8/9/2009 Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system 8/9/2009 Replacement of failing portion of existing water main system within the Arbor Oaks Subdivision, east of Stone School Road, north of Ellsworth 6/9/2009 The scope of this project is to build a sound barrier along I-94 on Arbor Oaks' northern boundary. Arbor Oaks is a low to moderate income neighborhood. 8/9/2009 Upgrade water system security at Water Treatment Plant and remote facilities to implement Vulnerability Assessment recommendations. 7/9/2009 Replace again lime softening system infrastructure. Modify lime storage bins to eliminate lime slides which have resulted in staff injuries. 7/9/2009

11/9/2009 10/9/2009 Fall 2010

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City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

Sound Barrier Water System Security Improvements Lime Handling Improvements

11/10/2009 7/10/2009 12/10/2009

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2,000,000 2,000,000 3,500,000

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City of Ann Arbor Pittsfield Twp

Facilities Renovations Project Wheeler Center Wind Energy Installation

The Facilities Renovations Project consists of upgrading, rehabilitating and/or replacing the aging and deteriorating wastewater treatment facilities at the Ann Arbor WWTP. The WWTP consists of an older West Plant (constructed in the 1930’s) and a newer East Plant (constructed in the late 1970’s). Renovations include process, energy and efficiency improvements. Additionally, the plant wide electrical grid system will be replaced. This project is critical to maintaining treatment and solids processing capacity at the WWTP. Fall 2009 Install a 50 kW wind generator at City maintenance garage to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. 8/1/2009 Install a 11 kW photovoltaic (PV) system, a 8 kW PV system and one domestic hot water system at City fire stations to reduce energy costs and greenhouse gas emissions. The scope of this project is to address drainage issues throughout Arbor Oaks neighborhood, a low to moderate income neighborhood of 250 homes.

Fall 2014

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Fire Station Solar Energy Installation

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Arbor Oaks

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Public Housing Window Replacement at Green Baxter Court Apartments

The scope of this project is to replace aging windows at three public housing sites, totalling 84 units. This result of this project will be increased energy efficiency as a result of the weatherization. The three Ann Arbor sites are Green Baxter Court (24 units located at 1701-1747 Green Road); Hikone (30 units located at 2702-2760 Hikone Drive); and Maple Meadows (30 units located at 800-890 South Maple Road). 7/9/2009

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Veterans Memorial Park Energy Efficiencies

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Stimson Apartments

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Lurie Terrace

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City of Ann Arbor

Cranbrook Tower

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Veterans Ice Arena is an 40-year-old facility in need of renovations and upgrades to be more energy efficient and better serve the public. The energy consumed can be greatly reduced with energy efficient infrastructure improvements, including replacing lighting, upgrading the dehumidification system and installing ceiling insulation in the arena. Additionally, a fire suppression system must be installed to comply with safety regulations, and locker rooms are being reconfigured to better serve ice hockey teams and other skaters. 8/9/2009 The scope of this project is to install Energy Efficiency retrofitting for 39 units of affordable housing for households with income of 50% average median income or les, as part of a complete rehabilitation of the buildings 7/9/2009 The scope of this project is to install Energy Efficiency retrofitting for 142 units of lowincome housing for seniors, with 60% average median income or less. 6/9/2009 The scope of this project is to install Energy Efficiency retrofitting for 202 units of lowincome housing for seniors over age 62 or disabled households, with 50% average median income or less. 6/9/2009 The scope of this project is to install Energy Efficiency retrofitting for 129 units of affordable housing for households with income of 80% average median income or less, as part of a complete rehabilitation of the buildings Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system

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City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Achieving Energy Efficiency in Historic Buildings

This project proposes to produce a four-page brochure on ways to conserve energy and make buildings more comfortable in cold and hot weather while respecting historic structures’ character and materials. Residents and building owners in historic districts regularly seek advice on how to make structures more energy efficient while still complying with historic district regulations. Though written with historic districts as the audience, the information would apply to any older building. Possible brochure topics include weatherproofing wood windows and doors, new kinds of insulation that can be installed with minimal harm to interior or exterior walls, the value of energy audits, etc. as well as the role of preservation in sustainable communities and its environmental and economic benefits. There will also be an address for a city web page that links to related resources specific to historic structures, and also general energy efficiency As soon as information that could apply to any structure. The brochure is targeted to serve funding is owners and occupants of the 1,800+ properties in historic districts in the City of Ann A available The scope of this project is to install water and sewer connections for properties being annexed from Pittsfield Township to Ann Arbor, an area that includes a low to moderate income neighborhood. 7/9/2009 The scope of this project is to install Energy Efficiency retrofitting for 114 units of lowincome LIHTC project for seniors, with 60% average median income or less. 5/9/2009 The scope of this project is to create public infrastructure, including road pavement, gutters, sewers, water, and a traffic light, to support the construction of 120 units of affordable rental housing serving households with 50% average median income or less. The scope of this project is to install Energy Efficiency retrofitting for 43 units of affordable housing for households with income of 50% average median income or less, as part of a complete rehabilitation of the building.

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Pittsfield Annexations

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Courthouse Square

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Burton Commons

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Parkhurst

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Ann Arbor Municipal Center Expansion/ Rehabilitation

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City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

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The scope of this project is four-fold: first, to construct a 4-floor addition to the Ann Arbor Municipal Center for a new Police headquarters, District Courthouse, and joint City/County computer center; second, to renovate the existing City Hall (1) replacing the energy-wasting exterior with a high-efficiency wall, (2) expanding accessibility for disabled persons, (3) upgrading technology, and (4) installing energy-efficient mechanical systems; third, to construct a new public meeting space for City Council and citizens committees; and fourth, to construct a new public plaza with an underground storm water detention system. 3/9/2009 The scope of this project is to repair the foundations and install foundation drain tiles on five, public housing buildings. These buildings experience flooding during heavy rainfall, causing damage to personal property and creating a health issue. These single unit buildings are located at North Maple Estates (731-739 North Maple Road). Summer 2009 4/9/2009 7/9/2009 2/9/2009 4/9/2009 2/9/2009 6/9/2009

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Replacement of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system Bore new water main to connect Pittsfield Village system to city system

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

Parkwood/Fernwood Crosslots Sanitary Lining Repair of failing portion of existing sanitary sewer system Oakwood & Edgewood Storm Sewer Replacement Replacement of failing portion of existing storm sewer system This project includes the replacement of approximately 313 feet of 10-inch sanitary Yost Sanitary Sewer sewer by pipe bursting with new 12-inch HDPE pipe. Replace approximately 1200 LF of 20-inch water main and approximately 350 feet of Plymouth Road Water Main Project 12-inch water main which has reached the end of it's life

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Location City or Township City of Ann Arbor

Project Name Sludge Pond Improvements

Project Description Replace concrete outlet structure at lime solids residual pond. Existing structure is heavily deteriorated and failing.

Start Date 7/9/2009

Expected Completion Date 12/9/2009 $

Funding Request 600,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Public Housing Draining Tile Installation on South Maple Road

The scope of this project is to install draining tiles to connect to the storm drain that runs adjacent to this public housing property. Poor drainage on this property causes basement flooding and poses a threat to resident health. The five townhouse style units are located at 860-870 South Maple Road. Spring 2009 The scope of this project is roof replacement or repair on sixteen, public housing buildings. These aging roofs are a constant threat to leak, causing personal property damage and creating fire hazards for residents. Four buildings (20 units total) at Maple Meadows, located at 800-850 South Maple Road, need shingle replacement. Twelve buildings (12 units total) at North Maple Estates, located at 701-739 North Maple Road, need full roof replacement, including gutters and vents. 4/9/2009

Summer 2009

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

Public Housing Roof Replacement at South Maple and North Maple Roads

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

The scope of this project is to replace aging fire/smoke monitoring alarm systems at Public Housing Fire/Smoke Monitoring System two, high-rise, public housing buildings. The current systems are between 30 and 40- 30 days after Replacement at Maple meadows and North years-old. The two, Ann Arbor sites are Miller Manor (located at 727 Miller Avenue) funds are Maple Estates Baker Commons (located at 106 Packard Road). disbursed Sanitary System Manhole Rehabilitation and Replacement Project Rehabilitiation and/or replacement of failing sanitary sewer manholes which no longer allow access for maintenance and operation of the City's sanitary collection system 7/9/2009

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

S Ashley, S Main & Londonderry Water Main Reconstruction of approximately 1000 feet of 8 and 12 inch water main, 340 feet of Projects directionally drilled 12 inch HDPE water main, and 400 feet of concrete storm drain. Stadium Iroquois Water Main Replacement Project Replace approximately 3,350 lf of existing 4" and 6" water main with new 8" water main in order to improve water quality and increase fire protection coverage.

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor City of Ann Arbor

Replace approximately 4,500 lf of existing 4" and 6" water main with new 8' water main in order to reduce water main breaks, improve water quality by providing looping and increase fire protection coverage on Glendaloch, Loyola, Elmcrest, Anderson, GLEACH Water Main Replacement Project Clair 5/9/2009 Washtenaw Avenue Water Main Replacement Replace approximately 3,000 lf of existing 12" ductile iron pipe that has corroded to Project the point of failure with a new 12" water main. 6/9/2009 Steere Farm Raw Water Main Replacement Project

City of Ann Arbor

City of Ann Arbor

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Replace approximately 4,200 lf of existing 20" ductile iron pipe that has corroded to the point of failure with a 30" water main that will meet future capacity needs.

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The Residuals Handling Improvements Project replaces the worn and inefficient residual solids processing equipment and renovates the existing structure housing the process equipment at the Ann Arbor WWTP. Additional items such as odor management and treatment are also being addressed as part of this project. This project is critical to maintaining treatment and solids processing capacity at the WWTP. 2/9/2009 Upgrade and improve water system 8/30/2009 Storm sewer, water main sanitary sewer roadway 9/30/2009 Storm system South Main Street to mouth of River Treatment plant, clean holding cells, upgrade force main and collection system Replace aged diatomaceous water plant 8/30/2009 10/30/2009 3/30/2010

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CC Water Storage Tank

Resurface major street 6/30/2009 1.5 Million Gallon elevated water storage tank centrally located at the City Civic Cente Complex Aug., 09

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Submitting Agency City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills

Location City or Township Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills

Project Name Opdyke Water Storage Tank Auburn Road 20" Water Main Featherstone Road 20" Water Main Featherstone Road 16" Water Main Adams Road 12" Water Main Pontiac Road 12" Water Main Opdyke Road 16" Water Main Brown Road 12" Water Main Village Center Parking Structure River Walk Taylor Road

Project Description Opdyke Road North of Pontiac Road 1.5 Million gallon elevated water storage tank Auburn Road 16" water main improvement Squirrel Road to Opdyke Featherstone Road 20" water main improvement between DWSD Meter and Doris Road Featherstone Road 16" water main improvement Doris Road to Opdyke

Start Date Aug., 09 Aug., 09 Aug., 09 Aug., 09

Expected Completion Date Dec., 10 May, 10 May, 10 May, 10

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only) Opdyke Road Squirrel Rd. to Opdyke DWSD meter and Doris Road Doris Road to Opdyke Auburn Rd. to South Boulevard Commonwealth to Five Points Dr. Featherstone Rd. to Walton Blvd. Glenmeade Rd. to Lapeer Rd.

Adams Road 12" water main improvement Auburn Road to South Boulevard. Aug., 09 Pontiac Road 12" water main improvement Pontiac Road from Commonwealth to Five Points Drive Aug., 09 Opdyke Road 16" water main improvement Featherstone Road to Walton Boulevard Aug., 09 Brown Road 12" water main improvement Glenmeade Road to Lapeer Road Village Center 200 space parking structure

River Walk master plan development along the Clinton River in the Village Center Completion of Taylor Road realignment to Lapeer Road

City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills

Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills Auburn Hills

Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Galloway Storm Water Management Bloomfield Orchards Water Main Joy Road Water Main Dept. of Public Service relocation Hawkwoods Nature Center Cabins Walton Blvd. Streetscape Hawthorne Forrest Pedestrian Pathways

Reconstruct the Sanitary Sewer System in the Clinton Oakwood Sanitary Sewer District Completion of the Galloway Storm Water Management project Bloomfield Orchards water main improvement project Joy Road water main improvement, sewer rehabilitation, asphalt road reconstruct Reconstruction and relocation of the Department of Public Services facility Reconstruction of the cabins, nature center and lodge at the Hawkwoods Nature Center

City of Auburn Hills City of Auburn Hills City of Bay City City of Bay City City of Bay City City of Bay City City of Bay City City of Bay City

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Replace 5,700 lineal foot of chain link perimeter fencing for municipal owned cemetery8/1/2009 Mill and resurface 4,300 feet of asphalt drives in municipal owned cemetery 8/1/2009 Replace approximate 1 1/2 miles of chain link permiter fencing and security gates for municipal owned airport 8/1/2009 Concrete Joint Repair on 6,500 lineal feet of Truman Parkway & Signal Upgrades Reconstruct 1,950 lineal feet of Walnut Street from Vermont Street to Veterans Memorial Bridge including utilities and sidewalks Reconstruct 1,700 lineal feet with replacement of utilites and a portion of sidewalks 8/15/2009 3/1/2010 3/1/2010

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City of Bay City

Bay City

11th Street Reconstruction

Reconstruct 11th Street less than two blocks west of Saginaw Street. This will complete the entryway to a 48 acre brownfield site to encourage private investment on this high profile riverfront. 6/1/2009 Provide funding for improvements to the City owned James Clements Airport Seaplane Base. Construction of launch ramp with accompanying docks; with paved access drive linking to the Airport proper. 9/1/2009

11/15/2009

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550,000

City of Bay City

Bay City

James Clements Airport - Seaplane

3/1/2010

City of Belding

Belding, Michigan

Belding Wastewater Improvements

These sewer improvements will complete the work listed in the Project Plan approved by MDEQ. The two lift stations are already designed and are desperately needed. A local business is hooking up to the City sewer system in the next month or so, and will be sending wastewater through the W. Ellis Lift Station which may not be able to handle the flow. In addition, this business is adding over fifty new employees. Since this business is not industrial, we are not able to obtain grants for lift station improvements. We spent over $4.5 million in wastewater upgrades last year, and don’t have the funds for more improvements. Most of the sanitary sewer improvements will be lining the sewer mains. About $89,000 will be to replace the sewer mains. At this time, we do not have the funds available for an SRF low-interest loan. This project is of very high priority. 6/9/2009

City of Belding

Belding, Michigan

Water Main Improvements and York Street Reconstruction Project

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Belding, Michigan

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Although York Street needs to be reconstructed, the main focus is the water main improvements on York Street and subsequently crossing the Flat River. This water main upgrade is the number one priority in our Water Master Plan. This upgrade will provide a direct connection between our two 500,000 gallon water towers. This will provide a tremendous boost to our water system by stabilizing and increasing pressure and flows by looping the water system from the Reed Street Well, which is immediately adjacent to the north end of York St., to the Hall Street water tower. This line will also serve the City’s largest manufacture which employs 225 people in a meta extrusion process producing metal for other industries. The four businesses in the city’s only industrial park which employ approximately 190 people will also be served by this upgrade, along with another nine small manufacturers on adjacent streets employing approximately 143 people. York Street is nothing but a pot hole patched street with no storm sewer or curb and gutter. This road would be fully reconstructed to bring it up to standards. The need is so great among our local streets that we do no6/9/2009

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High Street Reconstruction and Bank Stabilization Project

High Street may soon have to be renamed Low Street. The bank is destabilizing and the road is sagging in many places. It needs to be fully reconstructed and new watermain installed. This road is not a federal-aid eligible road, so therefore it is our hope that this road would qualify under the stimulus package. With the Flat River, a Michigan Natural Waterway, at the bottom of the hill, there are erosion concerns as well. This is a critical road due to the need for erosion control, the need to install storm sewer, the need to upgrade watermain, the need to stabilize the bank, and the need to reconstruct the deteriorated road. High Street is a connector for two major streets that are gateways into the downtown of Belding. Through a traffic survey conducted in 2005, approximately 3,000 vehicles per day travel through the area feeding into the downtown. The high location of the north bank of the Flat River is visible from all vantage points along the south side of the River, and is particularly visible from the downtown and the community’s Main Street. Because the topography rises up to the north side of the river, and the river curves through the downtown, the d6/9/2009

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City of Belding

Belding, Michigan

Central Riverside Downtown Parking Lot & Trailhead Parking Lot

Central Riverside Parking Lot services the City's downtown area, which is participating in Michigan's Main Street Program at an Associates Level, providing parking for downtown employees and visitors to the dowtown area. The lot, located on the banks of the Flat River, provides parking for the following: Central Riverside Park, on the bank of the River also, with picnic sites & shelters, soccer field, tennis courts, in-line skate park area, play equipment, basketball courts & public restoorms; two downtown restaurants, one with banquet facilities; & the City's Registered Historic ca. 1920 train depot, now used as a community center, meeting facility, & the public transportation dispatch center with restrooms & a kitchen. Employees of one of the City's largest downtown employers, 90 people, could use this lot for parking. Adjacent to the parking lot is the Mid-Michigan Railroad which is a Rails-to-Trails project slated for purchase in 2010 through a $650,000 Non-Motorized Pathway Enhancement grant. This area will be the trailhead for the City, & connects into the City's river trail & pathway system. The adjacent streets at the intersections of Main & Bridge St., & at D6/9/2009

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(616) 794-4800 E Klock Road W Klock Road Highland Avenue Territorial Road

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Waterfront Stage RiverView Canal

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Belding City Hall Restoration and Rehablitation New Construction of E Klock Road - See Attached Reconstruction of Klock Road - See Attached

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The City Hall of Belding, Michigan, or “Town Hall” as it was originally known was designed by the Grand Rapids firm of Osgood and Osgood architects and constructed in 1912. It is an excellent example of the Classical Revival period of American architectu Belding, Michigan 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

rdebruine@ci.beldi ng.mi.us 1,500,000 Klock Road 1,500,000 Klock Road 2,000,000 Highland Ave 2,500,000 Territorial Road 3,000,000 Pipestone Avenue 5,000,000 Jean Klock Park 10,000,000 Riverview Drive 15,000,000 Citywide 25,000,000 Citywide 12,000,000 BL-I94

8/31/2009 8/31/2009 10/31/2009 10/31/2009 10/31/2009 10/1/2009 10/31/2009 10/1/2009 10/31/2009 4/1/2009

Reconstruction of Highland Ave - See Attached Reconstruction of Territorial Road - See Attached Reconstruction of Piipestone Ave - See Attached Construct Waterfront Stage - See Attached Riverview Canal Project - See Attached Replacement of undersized watermains - See Attached Reconstructing Local Streets - See Attached Main St Sewer and Water Replacement - See Attached

undersized watremains Local Streets Main St

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Location City or Township Lift stations Hall Park Ravine Sewer

Project Name

Project Description Lift station Upgrades - See Attached Hall Park Renovation - See Attached Replacement of Sewer in Ravine - See Attached 2009 Watermain Replacements - See Attached Replacement of Bishop St Sanitary Sewer - See Attached Replacement of Washington St Sanitary Sewer - See Attached Replacement of McCord Sanitary Sewer - See Attached New well Contruct new public works facility Marina/boat launch reconstruct and expansion

Start Date 10/1/2009 10/1/2009 5/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 12/31/2009 12/31/2009 $ $

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City of Benton Harbor Benton Harbor City of Benton Harbor Benton Harbor City of Benton Harbor Benton Harbor City of Benton Harbor Benton Harbor City of Benton Harbor Benton Harbor City of Benton Harbor Benton Harbor City of Benton Harbor City of Boyne City City of Boyne City City of Boyne City Benton Harbor Boyne City Boyne City Boyne City

1,000,000 Citywide 1,500,000 Hall Park 750,000 Ravine

2009 Watermain Bishop Sewer Washington St McCord Sewer

City of Boyne City City of Boyne City

Court Street Area ReConstruction: Existing: Gravel/deteriorated bituminous-extreme wash out areas even with medium intensity rains. Existing sanitary sewer and water main in poor conditions and some areas in need of sanitary sewer and water service. Proposed: Reconstruct 5,280 linear feet of street /drainage improvements/saintary sewer/water mains Boyne City Marina Renovation/Expansion: Reconstruction/expansion of the existing marina and launch ramp facilities Division Street Reconstruction: Existing: Bituminous Street with gravel shoulders, bike path and poor drainage in need of sanitary sewer in several areas. Proposed: Reconstruct 8940 linear feet of street to accommodate truck route. Reconstruct bike path as necessary and install some sanitary sewer

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City of Bridgman

City of Bridgman

Lake Street and Red Arrow Highway Streetscape Project

City of Bronson City of Burton

Bronson City CITY OF BURTON

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The proposed project is located in the City of Bridgman on Lake Street from Church Street to Red Arrow Highway and on Red Arrow Highway from Willard Street to I-94. The project will include a gateway intersection unique to the City of Bridgman and seatwall planters with a lower elevation adjacent to the roadway. Symbols of Bridgman will be stamped in or attached to various features such as the sidewalk, seatwall planters, and light poles throughout the project. The gateway intersection arches will be mimicked on both I-94 off-ramps to help promote tourism in the downtown area and provide signing for the City owned Weko Beach and Campground and other local amenities. The sidewalks are in fair condition and will be improved where needed to enhance non-motorized access. Additionally, decorative sidewalk treatments, vegetation, seatwall planters, and lighting will be used to enhance the streetscape for tourists visiting Bridgman. 5/15/2009

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1,000,000 1,000,000 Bishop 1,200,000 Washington St 1,300,000 McCord 300,000 1,850,000 6,000,000

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1,752,000 1,306,000

11/1/2010

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2,368,000

11/15/2009

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Lake Street and Red Arrow 5,720,000 Highway

Rural Development - Bronson MAPLE AVE BRIDGE RECONSTRUCT

Upgrade the effeciences of local government by improving well houses, electricial, and security, installing a backup generator, overhauling a pump and motor, additional well and iron removal plant, and limited land acquisition to support these projects. 6/1/2009 RECONSTRUCTION OF MAPLE AVE BRIDGE OVER THREAD CREEK THE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE 4 AND 5 LANE PORTION OF DAVISON ROAD BETWEEN COURT STREET AND GENESEE ROAD

4/1/2010

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4,649,200 905,000 COURT STREET TO GENESEE 2,500,000 ROAD

City of Burton

CITY OF BURTON

DAVISON ROAD RECONSTRUCT

9/1/2009

$

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City of Burton City of Burton City of Burton

Burton CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON ATHERTON RD BRIDGE OVER THREAD CREEK BRISTOL RD BRIDGE OVER THREAD CREEK

The City of Burton and Burton Fire and Rescue are presenting a shovel ready project for your consideration. Burton’s fire station #2 located on Belsay and Lapeer Roads was built in 1948 and a small addition added in 1972. Station #1 is a steel pole building with the interior being designed and built by firefighters from that station. Station #3 is a gas station that had been converted to a fire station in the 1970s. Prior to the economy making a u-turn Burton government had decided to build a new fire station to replace station #2 and remodel the other two stations. We therefore obtained property necessary for the build, had the property surveyed and bore samplings done. An architect was hired and all of the plans were drawn for all of the work on all three stations. Prices were quoted and we were ready to start. Station #2 will be a 17,000 square foot building with five bays for apparatus, a training and general assembly room (available to use by the public), a kitchen, both male and female locker rooms and rooms with the possibility of becoming dorm rooms in the future. Geothermal heating and cooling would be used along with other green options April 14,2009 REHABILITATION OF ATHERTON RD BRIDGE OVER THREAD CREEK REHABILITATION OF BRISTOL RD BRIDGE OVER THREAD CREEK

City of Burton

CITY OF BURTON

CENTER RD RESURFACE

MILL AND RESURFACE WITH CURB REPAIRS AND SIDEWALK IMPROVEMENTS ON A MAJOR 5 LANE STREET BETWEEN THE CITY OF FLINT AND THE CITY OF BURTON 0.5 MILES

City of Burton City of Burton City of Burton City of Burton

CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON

CENTER RD RESURFACE MAPLE AVE DRAIN X-ING WATER TOWER REHAB CLARICE STREET PAVING

MILL AND RESURFACE WITH MINOR CURB REPAIRS AND RESTRIPING FROM MAPLE AVE TO LAPEER RD 3.5 MILES RECONSTRUCTION OF THE DRAIN CROSSING AT GILKEY CREEK 4/1/2009 ROUTINE MAINTAINENCE BASED ON MANDATORY INSPECTIONS 4/1/2009 PAVING OF CLARICE FROM CENTER ROAD TO ATHERTON ROAD PROVIDING A PAVED ROAD TO VAN WYE SCHOOL. 4/1/2009

City of Burton City of Burton City of Burton City of Burton City of Burton

CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON

SOUTH SAGINAW WATER LOOP VASSAR RD DRAIN X-ING OLD GENESEE RD PAVING SITKA STREET PAVING ALCOTT STREET PAVING

City of Burton City of Burton

CITY OF BURTON CITY OF BURTON

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INSTALLATION OF NEW 8 INCH DUCTILE IRON WATERMAIN FOR THE PURPOSES OF LOOPING AND INCREASING PRESSURE RECONSTRUCTION OF THE DRAIN CROSSING AT PHILLIPS DRAIN PAVING OF OLD GENESEE RD PAVING OF SITKA STREET PAVING OF ALCOTT STREET THIS STREET BORDERS A COUNTY PARK

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$ $ $ 3,500,000 425,000 425,000 LAPEER RD. TO 850,000 COURT STREET MAPLE AVENUE TO LAPEER 1,100,000 ROAD 45,000 70,000 95,000 SAGINAW RD FROM MAPLE AVE TO JOLSON 145,000 ST 165,000 172,690 175,000 188,000 $

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4/1/2009 4/1/2009 4/1/2009 4/1/2009 4/1/2009

7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

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SOUTHEAST SEWER RELEIF

GRAVEL STREET PAVING PROGRAM

INSTALLATION OF NEW SANITARY SEWER LINES TO RELIEVE OVER CAPACITY IN THE SOUTH EAST CORNER THE CITY OF BURTON, NORTHEAST CORNER OF GRAND BLANC TOWNSHIP, SOUTHWEST CORNER OF DAVISON TOWNSHIP AND THE NORTHWEST CORNER OF ATLAS TOWNSHIP 4/1/2009 SHAPING AND PAVING OF THE 13 + OR - REMAINING MILES OF GRAVEL STREETS IN THE CITY OF BURTON WITH STORM SEWER IMPROVEMENTS 5/1/2009

10/1/2009 11/1/2010

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CROSS COUNTRY FROM THE COUNTY PUMP STATION AT THE CENTER OF SECTION 28 TO ATHERTON ROAD BETWEEN GENESEE RD 2,500,000 AND BELSAY RD 8,750,000

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City of Caspian

City of Caspian

Phase III - Sewer System Improvements Project

In 2004 the City of Caspian completed a sanitary sewer system flow metering study to identify areas of collection sewers prone to excessive clear water infiltration and inflow (I/I). This study was completed to comply with the City’s District Compliance Agreement (DCA) with the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (MDEQ). Their DCA also requires that the City complete improvements to reduce I/I to acceptable levels. Over the past 4 years the City of Caspian has completed a series of projects on their sanitary sewer collection system to remedy their I/I problem. However there are still areas identified within the collection system which are prone to I/I due to their location and deteriorated state. The portions in particular include collection sewers on Lawrence Ave., Bengal St., River Ave. and Spring Valley Road. These areas have been included within proposed project planning and design stages, however have not been construction due to budget constraints. The proposed stimulus project submitted includes the replacement of the deteriorated sewers identified above which were eliminated from previous projects. 6/1/2009 In this project, all windows will be replaced with high energy rated windows. The building exterior will be cleaned, the mortar joints tuck pointed, defective or missing bricks replaced, and the loose fascia repaired.

City of Caspian

City of Caspian

City Hall Upgrades

City of Caspian

City of Caspian

Community Center Upgrades

In this project, all windows will be replaced with high energy rated windows. The roof will be properly insulated to reduce heat loss and gain. The existing roofing will be replaced with proper venting installed. 9/1/2009

City of Cedar Springs

The City of Cedar Springs/Nelson Township Fifth Street Resurfacing

Mill and resurface Fifth Street and parking lot between Cherry and Muskegon. Project includes removal of the asphalt surface and base materials, curb and gutter, drive approaches, and sidewalk as needed at the driveway approaches. Reconstruction will include new storm sewer as needed, asphalt surface roadway of three lanes in width, concrete curb and gutter, and sidewalk at driveways. It also replaces a 4-inch diameter water main with a 12-inch diameter water main to complete a critical larger diameter loop within the City.

City of Cedar Springs

The City of Cedar Springs/Nelson Township South Main Street Reconstruction

City of Cedar Springs City of Charlevoix City of Charlevoix City of Charlevoix

The City of Cedar Springs/Nelson Township Well Field Water Main Loop Completion Charlevoix Charlevoix Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

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Building efficiency improvements North Central Michigan College has a duty to provide quality instruction in these areas and help students seeking a career in health care to acquire the necessary skills. North Central Michigan College requests $10,428,400 for the renovation and addition to the current chemistry and science buildings (Health Education and Science Center) A project of this size would have a tremendous impact on our entire region. It would lead to employment for hundreds of people. And once the building project is completed, we would be training workers to fill positions that are currently going unfilled in our local health care institutions. This is workforce development from beginning to end!

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The City has one 10" water main serving the entire system (from the well field). The 10" main is too small to run wells #4 & #5 simultaneously when demand is high. According to the City's water reliability study, the #1 priority for the water system is to When funding install a 12" water main extending from the south and tie into the existing 12" water becomes main at the high school. available. Mason St. improvements Park Ave. improvements Clinton St. improvement

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South of Muskegon 528,400 to South Street

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410,000 164,000 406,000 534,000 Five City Hall 116,499 Buildings Charlevoix 300,000 Muncipal Airport

Commence upon receipt of federal funding fall of 2009

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installation of LED lights at Muncipal Airport

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Park avenue road and utility improvements fiber optic network extensino

spring of 2009

9/9/2009 fall of 2009

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Parke Avenue from bridge to lake 876,698 street 138,000 city of charlevoix

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City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

clinton street road and utility improvements

Health care is the largest and fastest-growing industry in the northern Lower Michigan counties served by North Central. Northern Michigan Regional Hospital (NMRH) based in Petoskey is a 243-bed regional referral hospital with a staff of 1,700 including more than 200 physicians, 536 registered nurses and an annual payroll of $77.9 million. The majority of registered nurses working at NMRH graduated from North Central's nursing program. Charlevoix Area Hospital, a 25-bed community hospital serving Charlevoix and Antrim counties, also depends on North Central for the majority of its nurses. Approximately half the nurses at Cheboygan Memorial Hospital are NCMC graduates. Also, at Cheboygan Memorial the majority of certified medical office assistants are NCMC graduates. Additionally, Otsego Memorial Hospital in Gaylord continues to hire registered nurses, licensed practical nurses and technicians to serve the growing needs of our area's full- and part-time residents. Nationwide, the Bureau of Labor Statistics forecasts that 13 of the 20 fastest-growing occupations in the next seven years will be in health care-related fields. At the same time, the rising cost of tuition at four-year colleges is heightening the importance of North Central's role as an economical alternative close to home for students who seek a college education. A registered nurse who graduates from our two-year program will have a positive impact on our local economy of an estimated $84,000 annually.

City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

industrial park

City of Charlevoix City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix City of Charlevoix

State street road and utility improvements Construction of Airport Hangars at Municipal Airport

State street road and utility improvements

Construction of Airport Hangars at Municipal Airport

City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

Construction of Airport Hangars at Municipal Airport

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The Charlevoix Municipal Airport currently has a waiting list of approximately 10-12 airplane owners who are looking for aircraft hangar space. The City has no additional hanger space to offer to pilots with the current hangars beginning to reach the end of their useful life. Federal dollars could be used to construct new hangars with immediate occupancy for most of the new hanger space. The hangar space would create an additional revenue stream for the airport that would further assist to make the airport self-sufficient. Proposal is to build two hangar complexes that would house 15 additional aircraft (ranging in size from small, single engine planes through larger multi-engine and small corporate jets). This would provide about 35,000 square feet of new hangar space on City-owned land. Funding for project would be a strong Project will investment into sustainable air travel, a key economic development component in commence in northern Michigan. summer of 2009

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Charlevoix 1,900,000 Municipal Airport

Building Efficiency Improvements

In June of 2008 the City of Charlevoix in partnership with U.S. Energy Engineers, completed an energy audit for five City buildings- 1)City Hall, 2)Fire/EMS Department, 3)Mt. McSauba Ski Hill, 4)Water Treatment Plant, 5)Wastewater Treatment Plant. The audit was a result of the City’s on-going environmental efforts to create more efficient buildings by reducing both energy consumption and the City’s overall carbon footprint. The numerous energy efficiency improvements will continue the City’s efforts to be an environmental responsible leader in the community. Additionally, energy efficiency improvements will virtually pay for themselves with returns on investments of 2-4 years considering lower annual utility costs. Improvements and estimated costs per energy audit include: Installation of occupancy/daylight sensors ($15,000), updating lighting ($31,085), installing new and more efficient HVAC Project will systems in Water/Wastewater Treatment Plants, Street Department and Ski Lodge commence upon ($55,000), new heating in Fire/EMS vehicle bays ($15,414), We firmly believe federal receipt of federal monies spent on improving building efficiencies closely aligns with President Obama’s funding. Fall of 2009

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Five City buildingsCity Hall, Water Treatment Plant, Wastewater Treatment Plant, Fire/EMS, Ski Hill 116,499 Lodge

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City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

Recently the City of Charlevoix has installed new LED Christmas lights on our downtown trees. The LED lights use substantially less electricity saving the City in energy costs while reducing the City’s carbon footprint. The downtown lighting project has been extremely well-received by residents and visitors alike and continue our efforts to be an environmental leader within our community. Furthering these efforts is a proposal to upgrade and improve the City’s Municipal Airport lighting (runways, taxiways, parking lights and general facility lighting) towards the newer LED and ‘greener’ lighting options available. The new technology that exists could save as much as 30%-40% from our current energy usage and therefore have a long-term Project will cost saving and pay back. The project closely aligns with President Obama’s green commence upon initiatives and would further the City efforts to be an environmentally friendly receipt of federal funding. 9/1/2009 Installation of LED Lights at Municipal Airport municipality.

City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

Park Avenue Road and Utility Improvements

Park Avenue reconstruction and underground utility work from Bridge Street to Lake Street (approximately 3,350 l.f.). The total costs of the project would be approximately $876,698, with an estimated $685,989 attributed to street reconstruction and drainage and $190,709 attributed to water and sewer lines. The main benefits to this project would be to improve one of the most deteriorated and frequently travelled roads in the City. Park Avenue serves as the main thoroughfare to the local hospital and the community’s most popular beach. It would improve water flows for fire protection, replace a section of sanitary sewer that has substantial root intrusion, radial and longitudinal cracking, and offset joints and improve drainage along the roadway. As Park Avenue runs parallel with Pine River Channel and Lake Michigan, stormwater filtration systems will be installed to filter out sediment and any contaminants from runoff whereby increasing efforts to maintain high water quality in Mid-April early Lake Michigan, Round Lake and Lake Charlevoix. May of 2009

City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

Fiber Optic Network Extension

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The construction of the Clinton Street Water Main Loop will greatly contribute to a more reliable water source whereby increasing fire protection in Charlevoix’s densely populated downtown area. Scope of the project is approximately 450 l.f beginning at Bridge Street and terminating at State Street. The project is consistent with the City’s efforts to loop main water lines throughout the community. Additionally, the street pavement on this well-travelled stretch of Clinton Street is deteriorating and will be repaved after installation of underground utilities. Based upon inspections done by City engineers, the water lines in this area are extremely old and deteriorating and need to be replaced as soon as possible. The total estimated costs of the project would be $115,340, with an estimated $96,922 attributed to street reconstruction and Mid-April early May of 2009 Clinton Street Road and Utility Improvements drainage and $18,418 attributed to a new water line.

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The City of Charlevoix has recently executed an agreement with the Charlevoix School District collaborating on the installation of a joint fiber optic line though the community. Installation of the expanded joint fiber bandwidth will benefit both the City and School District allowing for video conferencing, added phone functionality, improved information flow, ability to monitor lift stations and promote radio read meters. In early 2009 the main fiber backbone will be complete with individual fiber cables to City buildings set to be installed in late spring/early summer of 2009. Furthermore, the City is in discussions with the local business community on ways tha the private sector could connect to, and benefit from, the expanded fiber optic network. To this end, the City requests funding for installation of the individual fiber lines serving five City buildings along with the Municipal Airport and Industrial Park. Funding would promote additional fiber lines to be installed in close proximity to our downtown area, airport and Industrial Park serving as a key component to recruit and retain much needed employers to our community. Offering the expanded fiber optic n Spring of 2009

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Park Avenue from Bridge Street to 876,698 Lake Street

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138,000 City of Charlevoix

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Clinton Street from Bridge Street to 115,340 State Street

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City of Charlevoix

City of Charlevoix

Industrial Park Underground Electric Circuit Construction

The construction of a new three-phase underground electrical circuit from the Meech/Dixon intersection to the Mercer/Division intersection and then to the Industrial Park Substation will greatly improve the reliability of the electric system both in the Industrial Park and also for the whole north side of the City of Charlevoix. The City has recently faced the possibility of losing a large customer in the Industrial Park due to reliability concerns. Completion of the three-phase project would add a feeder circuit that would allow alternate feeds to the Industrial Park as well as alternate feeds to the rest of the electric system on the north side of the bridge. This would mean a potential outage of several hours would be reduced to a few minutes. Rectifying this on-going electrical infrastructure issue will greatly assist the City of Charlevoix to maintain current employers in the Industrial Park promoting job retention and recruitment to a sagging manufacturing economy. Spring of 2009

City of Charlevoix City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Cheboygan City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clawson

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State Street Road and Utility Improvements Street Repair and Resurfacing Street Repair and Resurfacing East State St. Sanitary Sewer Ext. Wastewater Treatment Plant Repair and Upgrades Water System Upgrades Wastewater Treatment Plant Repair and Upgrades Water System Upgrades

The construction of the State Street Water Main Loop will greatly contribute to a more reliable water source whereby increasing fire protection efforts. Scope of the project is approximately 3,600 l.f beginning at Park Avenue and terminating at Carpenter Avenue. The project is consistent with the City’s efforts to loop main water lines throughout the community. Additionally, the pavement on this highly- travelled stretch of State Street is deteriorating and will be repaved after installation of underground utilities. Based upon inspections done by City engineers, the sewer lines in this area are cracking with offsets in joints. The utilities in this area are extremely old and deteriorating and need to be replaced as soon as possible. The total estimated costs of the project would be $1,263,949, with an estimated $855,812 attributed to street Mid-April early reconstruction and drainage and $408,137 attributed to water and sewer lines. May of 2009 Street Repair and Resurfacing

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Elmwood Reconstruction - Crooks to Rochester Road

Line or Replace Deteriorated Sanitary Sewers Road Patching - Various Streets Main Street & Walper Traffic Signal Replacement 14 Mile & Main Street Traffic Signal Replacement

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Street Repair and Resurfacing Add New Sanitary Sewer Servcie to Commercial Zoned Area Treatment System Upgrades and Repair Water Main Replacement - Storage Tank - Metering System

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Fall of 2009

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State Street from Park Avenue to 1,263,949 Carpenter Avenue Major and Local 900,000 Streets Major and Local 900,000 Streets 1,000,000 2,400,000 4,800,000 Through out City 2,400,000 4,800,000 Through out City 950,000 2,200,000 2,900,000 3,000,000 Elwmood 6,000,000 Various 500,000 Various 175,000 Main Street 175,000 14 Mile Road 175,000 14 Mile Road 125,000 14 Mile Road

Treatment System Upgrades and Repair Water Main Replacement - Storage Tank - Metering System Major and Local Street resurfacing and repair Wastewater Treatment Plan Upgrades Water System - Water Main Replacement Elmwood Reconstruction - Crooks to Rochester Road

Line or Replace Deteriorated Sanitary Sewers Road Patching - Various Streets Main Street & Walper Traffic Signal Replacement 14 Mile & Main Street Traffic Signal Replacement

14 Mile & Bellevue Traffic Signal Replacement 14 Mile & Bellevue Traffic Signal Replacement 14 Mile & Guardian Angels Traffic Signal Replacement 14 Mile & Guardian Angels Traffic Signal Replacement

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Submitting Agency City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio

Location City or Township City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clawson City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio City of Clio

Project Name 14 Mile & Rochester Road Traffic Signal Replacement Rochester Road & Goodale Traffic Signal Replacement Crooks Road & Elmwood Traffic Signal Replacement Clio Sidewalk Upgrades Clio Trail Project City Hall Parking Lot Lighting Clio Energy Audit Clio Salt Storage Building Clio Amphitheater Renovations Clio Water System Improvements Clio Sanitary Sewer Improvements I/I Footing Drain Connections

Project Description 14 Mile & Rochester Road Traffic Signal Replacement Rochester Road & Goodale Traffic Signal Replacement

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125,000 14 Mile Road 125,000 Rochester 125,000 Crooks 100,000 500,000 10,000 150,000 125,000 200,000 2,611,500 2,611,500 3,000,000

Crooks Road & Elmwood Traffic Signal Replacement Repair existing deteriorated sidewalk in the City of Clio. Upgrade numerous sidewalk ramps to meet current ADA standards. 3/26/2009 Repair existing trailway within city limits and construct new trail from M-57 to city park 6/26/2009 Install parking lot lighting at the Clio City Hall. 3/26/2009 Complete Energy Audit on City Facilities 3/26/2009 Construction of a salt storage building for the Clio Department of Public Works. Building renovations to the existing amphitheater include: electrical, HVAC, windows, and stage reconstruction Alexander Street Water Main Replacement (560') Alexander Street Sanitary Sewer Replacement (560' Complete foot drain connections to the City's storm sewer system for approximately 600 homes. Improve the downtown corridor of Clio with the addition of Landscaping, Lighting/electrical, Pavement, Trash containers, sidewalks, Farmers market/community center, and signage.

5/20/2009

6/26/2009 6/26/2009 6/26/2009 6/26/2009 6/26/2009

City of Clio

City of Clio

Downtown Clio Streetscape

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. Washington and Washington & Sprague Road Reconstruction Sprague St.

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

Monroe St Road Reconstruction

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

E.Washington St Road Reconstruction

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

E.Washington St Road Reconstruction

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

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Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only.Monroe St.

Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. E. Washington - Jefferson to Elm 10/9/2009 Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. E. Washington - Elm to Dead End

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3,000,000 Washington (Clay to Jefferson) and Sprague St (Chicago to 900,000 Waterworks) Monroe St (Washington to 800,000 Grand) E.Washington 360,000 (Jefferson to Elm) E.Washington (Elm 615,000 to Dead End) N. Michigan Ave ( 981,540 Chicago to Grahl) N. Michigan (Orleans to 367,080 Michigan/Deadend) S. Michigan Ave 605,000 (Saulk to Chicago) Bennett St (Park to 170,000 Hooker) Grand St (Clark to 2,040,000 Church)

6/9/2009

12/9/2009

$

6/9/2009

7/10/2009

$

10/10/2009

$

10/9/2009

10/10/2009

$

Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. N. Michigan - Chicago to Grahl Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. Orleans Michigan/Deadend Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. S.Michigan Saulk/Chicago Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. Bennett St Park to Hooker Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. Grand Clark/Church

10/9/2009

10/10/2009

$

N. Michigan Ave Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

10/10/2009

$

S. Michigan Ave Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

$

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

Bennett St Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

$

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

Grand St Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

$

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Project Description Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. Pearl Hudson/Sprague Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. Walnut Riverside/Pearl Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. Taylor Grand to Clay Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. S. Jefferson - Garfield/Chicago Public roadway, curb and gutter reconstruction; in conjunction with reconstruction of water & wastewater infrastructure. Roadway only. N. Jefferson - Chicago/Pierce Public storm water collection system illicit discharge study. Municipally owned, public parking lot reconstruction.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

Pearl St Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

$

Pearl St (Hudson to 1,255,000 Sprague) Walnut St 675,000 (Riverside to Pearl) Taylor St (Grand to 740,000 Clay)

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

Walnut St Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

Taylor St Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater

S. Jefferson Road Reconstruction

10/9/2009

City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater

N. Jefferson St Road Reconstruction Storm Water Illicit Discharge Downtown Parking Lot Reconstruction

City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater

City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater

Chicago St Roadway Improvement Race St Bridge Road Maintenance Linear Trail Extension Public Fishing Pier South Lake Dredging Smoke Stack Demolition Traffic Study Aerial Photography Sidewalk Improvements Willow's Bridge

Public roadway, mill and overlay berm, curb and gutter reconstruction. Bridge repair and culvert replac Public roadway maintenance to include mill/pulverize, overlay, crack fill, seal coat, micro pave, chip seal application on failing surface conditions. Linear trail extension Municipally owned, public fishing pier; Cemetery Lake Sauk River sediment dredging at South Lake inlet. Brownfield retired smoke stack demolition. Traffic study and signalization improvements at critical locations GIS mapping system, aerial photography Sidewalks extensions, repairs and ADA ramp design compliance Public two lane bridge demolition and footbridge construction

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City of Crystal Falls

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S. Jefferson (Garfield to 1,905,000 Chicago) N. Jefferson St 840,000 (Chicago to Pierce) Entire collection 125,000 system Downtown 2,500,000 Coldwater Chicago St ( Michigan Ave to 225,000 Butters) 400,000 Race St

8/9/2009

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2,000,000 City Wide 1,500,000 City Wide 200,000 Heritage Park Sauk River / South 225,000 Lake Inlet 70,000 Riverside Dr 60,000 City Wide 60,000 City Wide 1,200,000 City Wide 250,000 Old US 12

Sewer System Improvements Project

In 2008 the City of Crystal Falls completed a Project Plan through the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s (MDEQ) State Revolving Fund (SRF) program. This Project Plan included an evaluation of the City’s Sanitary Sewer System and identified system needs. The Project Plan identified six (6) Principal Project Alternatives (phases) which were recommended to be completed. A summary of each is included as follows. The Western Lift Station and Forcemain includes the replacement of the existing Western Lift Station with a new submersible sanitary sewer lift station and replacement of the forcemain. The Main Lift Station Upgrade includes a number of improvements to the lift stations grit handling and screening capabilities and access to the wet well to increase safety and ease cleaning. The Crystal Avenue, Park Street, and Poplar Avenue Sewer includes the replacement of deteriorated collection piping on Crystal Avenue, Park Street, and Poplar Avenue. The East Park Street Sewer includes the replacement of deteriorated collection piping on East Park Street. The Bristol Street Sewer includes the replaceme 10/1/2009

10/1/2011

$

2,271,202

City of Crystal Falls

City of Crystal Falls, MI

Water Distribution Project

Replace deteriorated watermain throughout the City. Old mains are leaking and flow is poor in many areas. Phase I of the replacement program was completed last year with Rural Development loan money. The overall project with all phases has been estimated and presented in a Rural Development Preliminary Engineering Report.

Potential Start of 2009 depending on funding agency requirements 1 Year

$

7,032,732 Entire City

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City of Crystal Falls

City of Crystal Falls, MI

Elevated Water Storage Tank Rehabilitation

Recoat (interior and exterior) the existing elevated water storage tank that is deteriorating. Upgrades to be in accordance with Professional Tank Inspection Recommendations completed in 2008. Repairs will also include cathodic protection, foundation repairs, overflow pipe improvements, hatch and vent replacement, ladder and handrail replacement and aviation lights. 6/1/2009

9/30/2009

City of Davison

Davison

Footing Drain Disconnect Program

In 2006, City residents passed a millage (1.35 mils for twenty years) to support the City's participation in a State program to reduced inflow and infiltration to the City and County sanitary sewer system. Davison was one of the first communities to utilize the State Strategic Water Quality Initiatives Fund. In 2007, the City inspected the sewer connections in approximately 400 homes in an effort to disconnect 300 homes (as required by the City's application for funding). The City has met its target of 300 disconnections, and, based upon the successful diversion of unwanted water into the sanitary sewer system, the City wishes to expand the scope of the program to the remainder of the City. This program reduces the amount of water required to be treated by the regional wastewater treatment plant and improves the overall quality of the State's greatest natural resource: water. The program has been highly commended by area residents and has actually been completed at a cost below the original budget. 4/1/2009

City of Davison

Davison

Municipal Center Energy Conversion

City of Davison

Davison

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The City of Davison Municipal Center, constructed in the mid-1960s, houses City offices, including the Police Department and the district court. The facility's infrastructure is obsolete. The original boilers and air-handlers are no longer in production, nor are components for those units: repairs require cannibalization of othe units in the facility. The original five boilers have been reduced to four operational units. The air handler and condenser are the original units. Heating and cooling "zones" are dysfunctional: individual heating and cooling units are common throughou work areas. Windows are not energy-efficient and the original roof has been frequently patched. A preliminary energy audit, completed in late 2008, indicates that thousands of dollars can be saved annually with the application of modern energy technology. The City has a Letter of Intent on file to conduct a complete energy audit and proceed with the redesign and implementation of recommended improvements. The adjacent and identical sister building, which houses the second-busiest branch of the county's Genesee District Library, suffers from similar shortcomings, including the recent loss o5/4/2009

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Streets: Oda, Kay, Gary Ray, Maxine, Leona; Sequoia, Fitzner, Tamarac, Hemlock, Juniper, Balsam; Rosemoor, Wisler, South, Viet; Collingwood, Delzingro, S. Dayton, Plymouth, 50,000 Salem

8/31/2009

$

500,000

Municipal Center Development

As part of the existing and growing cooperation between City and Township government, discussions related to complete consolidation have commenced between high-level officials of both entities. Current cooperative agreements between the two governments include a fire department, a senior citizen center, parks and recreation operations, and several economic development initiatives. A review of combining additional departments (police) and services (building inspection, code enforcement, and assessing) is underway. The likelihood of total consolidation within the next five years is considered highly likely. The current municipal center located in the City and the government center in the township are both inadequate to meet the needs of this new streamlined government. In addition to housing the local district court (which offers no security to court personnel) and the Police Department (which does not mee current operational and safety standards), the City center is extremely inefficient from an energy perspective (another short-term project to modernize the center is being considered). The Township facility is too small to support the needs of a fully-functioni 6/1/2009 Install wind turbines along Rouge River as part of the Rouge Gateway project, which includes various energy conservation and water quality improvements 6/1/2009 Multiple improvements to the City Hall campus as a laboratory and showcase of green technologies and applications for the community 7/1/2009

5/28/2010

City of Dearborn City of Dearborn

City of Dearborn City of Dearborn

Rouge River Wind Turbines City Hall Campus Green Zone

September, 2010 December, 2010

$ $

5,000,000 6,000,000

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Project Description This program provides rifles to the Patrol Division of the Police Department. This is an on-going funded project to increase the number of rifles assigned to scout car or unit. The approximate price of each rifle is $1,100.00.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

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City of Dearborn

Dearborn

Patrol Rifle Program

Will be on-going as Current Program long as it is funded $

City of Dearborn

Dearborn

TASER Initiative

This project will provide another tool to the uniformed officer working the street to assist in the apprehension of subjects. The project will help limit the injuries and laibility in arrest situations. Currently the police department has 15 TASERS, the additional 5 would allowed for every office working the shift to have one. The current cost of the unit is $810.00. Current Program On-going This project will upgrade the current A/V equipment in the classroom. The A/V system is obsolete which limits the type and quality of training the department can receive. The improvements would include a sound system, projection unit and upgraded command unit.

City of Dearborn

Dearborn

A/V upgrade for police classroom

City of Dearborn

Dearborn

IT Specialist Initiative

This project if funded will provide a full-time civilian employee to assist the police departments IT manager with the everyday operations in technology, research and equipment maintenance.

City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn

Dearborn DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN

Ballistic Armor Program MORROSS: WYOMING TO WISCONSIN BARRIE:WARREN TO MORROSS MOROSS: YINGER TO CHASE MONROE: DARTMOUTH TO MADISON

Provides 80 new ballistic vests to uniformed officers for 2010. This is an on-going funded project replacing vests every five years for eligble officers The current price per vest is $500.00. WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT

LODGE LANE: TELEGRAPH TO OUTER DR. STREET RESURFACING YINGER: DONALD TO WARREN WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT AND ASPHALT RESURFACING PARKING LOT RESURFACING PARKING LOT RESURFACING (AT 5050 SCHAEFER) SIDEWALK REPLACEMENT REPLACE DEFECTIVE AND HAZARDOUS SIDE WALK-CITY WIDE STREET PAVING REPAIR REPLACE DEFECTIVE AND HAZARDOUS PAVEMENT-CITY WIDE

City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn

City of Dearborn DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN

CSO Contract 9 LEONARD: MAPLE TO IRVING

LAPHAM: MICHIGAN AVE. TO PROSPECT FORT DEARBORN: CHERRY HILL TO KENSINGTON LINCOLN: CARLYSLE TO MADISON McKINLEY: CARLYSLE TO MADISON S.MARTHA: MARSHALL TO CHERRY HILL STERLING PLACE: HIGHLAND TO ELMWOOD ROWE: HIGHLAND TO ELMWOOD STERLING PLACE: HIGHLAND TO ELMWOOD

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85,000

Current Program 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

40,000 157,500 275,000 350,000 420,000 551,100 1,000,000 4,000,000 6,000,000 10,000,000 Lower Rouge River 50,000,000 at Telegraph 180,000 207,900 268,552 389,670 393,145 75,000 93,920 100,220 100,650 104,280 107,400 111,750 118,928 120,000 211,760

Spring 2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010

12/1/2013 11/30/2009 10/30/2009 10/30/2009 10/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010 10/30/2010 11/30/2010 11/30/2010

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

STREET RESURFACING STREET RESURFACING STREET RESURFACING

STREET RESURFACING STREET RESURFACING STREET RESURFACING WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT

ROOSVERE: MARSHALL TO CHERRY HILL STREET RESURFACING ROWE: HIGHLAND TO ELMWOOD WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT ROOEVERE: MARSHALL TO CHERRY HILL WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT ELMWOOD CT.: FORDSON TO FORDSON ELMWOOD: FORDSON TO CHERRY HILL S. YORK: FORDSON TO CHERRY HILL STREET RESURFACING WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT STREET RESURFACING

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Location Submitting Agency City or Township City of Dearborn DEARBORN City of Dearborn DEARBORN City of Dearborn DEARBORN City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights City of Dearborn Heights DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN DEARBORN Dearborn Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights Dearborn Heights

Project Name S. YORK: FORDSON TO CHERRY HILL ROCKFORD: TELEGRAPH TO MELBORN BREWSTER: MIDDLEBURY TO ENDOVER

Project Description WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT STREET RESURFACING STREET RESURFACING

Start Date 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010 2/1/2010

Expected Completion Date Funding Request 11/30/2010 $ 211,800 11/30/2010 $ 232,450 10/30/2010 $ 244,955 11/30/2010 11/30/2010

Route (Infrastructure Only)

S. MELBORN: FORDSON TO CHERRY HILL STREET RESURFACING WOODLAND: EASTHAM TO MIDDLEBURY STREET RESURFACING LONG MEADOW: EASTHAM TO GREENFIELD STREET RESURFACING ELMWOOD: FORDSON TO CHERRY HILL STREET RESURFACING ELMWOOD CT.: FORDSON TO FORDSON WAVERLY: FORDSON TO CHERRY HILL WAVERLY: FORDSON TO CHERRY HILL MARSHALL: TELEGRAPH TO OUTER DR. ROOSEVELT: CARLYSLE TO MADISON DIX: FERNEY TO CITY LIMITS Window Replacement Street Lighting River Oaks Stormwater Pond Restoration DPW Facility Improvements Local Community Center Improvements City Hall Renovations Canfield Recreation Center Major Street Rehabilitation Local Street Rehabilitation Sewer Main Rehabilitation Water Main Replacement WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT STREET RESURFACING WATERMAIN REPLACEMENT

STREET RESURFACING 2/1/2010 STREET RESURFACING 2/1/2010 DIX AVENUE STREETSCAPE 2/1/2010 Replacement of all window, doorwall and screens a total of 254 unit and lobby area fo Senior High Rise. 9/1/2008 Improve street lighting and add new lighting for public safety and use LED lighting 3/1/2009 Restore existing River Oaks Stormwater retention pond and return to its original functionality 4/1/2009 Energy efficient improvements including windows, hvac, reorganization of office space including garage space 6/1/2009 Improve existing Senior Centers and RA Young Center 6/1/2009 Improve existing City Hall to allow for energy efficient savings and allow for better use of space 4/1/2009 Replacement of the existing Recreation Building with 70,000 square foot Recreation and Fitness Center. 3/1/2009 Improve major roads to allow for safety and effeciency Improve local roads to allow for safety and effeciency Replacement of aging sewer mains througout the community

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255,000 279,000 328,500 331,141 331,200 343,440 343,500

359,800 400,830 1,500,000 1,050,405 500,000 750,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 2,500,000 25,000,000 1,500,000 6,250,000 8,000,000 9,500,000 11,000,000 15,000,000

5/1/2009 5/1/2009 3/1/2009

Replacement of aging water mains throughout the community 3/1/2009 Elimination of three uncotrolled CSOs to the Middle Rouge River. These CSOs will be connected to the Detroit Regional Tunnel. 10/1/2009 Elimination of three uncotrolled CSOs to Lower Rouge River 10/1/2009

CSO Control Lower Rouge River

All-Kids Playground

To create a nature based experience that is accessible to all kids. The creation of a recreational experience where all patrons are able to learn, play, communicate, and enjoy the environment. Purchase a GPS unit and software for GIS mapping, inventorying and assessing of storm sewers including outfalls in areas of possible riverbank erosion. To stablize the current river bank by using native grasses and shurbbery and the installation of a handicapped accessible boat launch.

4/9/2009

6/9/2009

$

280,000

City of DeWitt City of DeWitt

City City

GIS/GPS Mapping River Bank Stabilization

4/9/2009 May 09 to June 09

11/9/2009

$

8,000 57,000

May 09 to June 09 $

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City of DeWitt

City

Main Street Resurfacing

Resurface road, repair sidewaks, including ADA ramps Recontruction of Wilson Street. Cold mill and resurface entire street to Dartmouth and storm sewer repairs as needed. The City currently has two lift stations within 1,200 feet of each other. Both of these lif stations are on the end of their life cycles and replacement of these structures will need to be accomplished within the next two years. The operation and maintenance for these structures is becoming excessive.The fiscally sound way of approaching this situation is to replace these two lift stations with a single lift station and pipe the flow from the other one. The cost for the abandonment of one lift station, gravity sanitary sewer and a new lift station is estimated to cost $200,000.

7/7/2009

8/14/2009

City of DeWitt

City

Wilson Street Reconstruction

City of Dowagiac

City of Dowagiac

Wolf Street Lift Station Project

City of Dowagiac

City of Dowagiac

Relocate fire apparatus

The City has an undersized fire station located at a dangerous intersection in the downtown that is extremely energy inefficient. The operation can be moved to an existing building that was formerly a MDOT district operations building. The building has an efficient, radiant heating system. Plans call for adding insullation and energy efficient windows, moving of communications equipment, etc. Upon completion the old fire station would be removed and a public parking facility would be built in its place. Estimated cost - $250,000

City of Dowagiac

City of Dowagiac

Second Entrance to Middle School

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The Dowagiac school system has their middle school located on the end of Riverside Drive. This entrance is the only way in and out for the all the community activities which occur at this site. There has been a desire to have a second entrance created which will allow for better emergency vehicle access as well as community access to the facilities. Also, as part of this project, the City would like to loop their water main between the two dead ends in this area. The water main was extended to the middle school when the facilities were constructed in 2003 and a second water extension was just completed with a water main extended to the Southwestern Michigan College recent expansion. The college is growing and their recent expansion was a new dormitory facility. The City would like to connect these two dead ends to create better fire flow, higher quality of circulating water and create a more reliable feed to both of these educational facilities. The project will also encourage additional development by the P okagon Band of

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Division Street Water Main

The Division Street water main runs east – west through the heart of the City and is a very important part of the water distribution system. The line is currently undersized and is in need of attention. There are several twelve-inch lines that connect on to this six-inch line which would better serve this community if the Division Street water main were to be replaced. The benefits would not only be for better fire protection but also an increase in the reliability of the system and quality of the water.The water main will be replaced between the back of curb and the R.O.W. line. The exact location will be determined by the existing infrastructure in the area. Quite a bit of the sidewalk in the area will have to be replaced as part of this project. The estimated cost for this project is $1,133,814.

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1,133,814

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City of Dowagiac

City of Dowagiac

Infrastructure Upgrade

The City has several areas where sewer, water and storm sewer which are in dire need of attention. Grand Boulevard, Johnson Street, Halsted Street and Ashland Street are on top of this list. This area of the city has a sanitary sewer system which is too shallow and has issues with freezing during the winter. The water main in this area is undersized and should be upgraded for better fire protection flow, as well as for reliability of the distribution system. A new storm water collection system needs to be installed. so that the current runoff can be adequately managed and increase the life cycle of the roadway. The utility reconstruction will require road replacement. The project will update the infrastructure in an area of the community which could certainly use it. The upgraded facilities will also create a sense of pride in the area and could facilitate update to some of the local homes. The proposed new sidewalks will also create a sense of community and lead to better pedestrian movement in this area to the local park. The estimated cost for this project is $2,523,890.

City of Dowagiac City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan

City of Dowagiac City of East Jordan East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan

Infrastructure Upgrade Maple Street Water/Sewer Harbor Dredging Culvert Replacement Mill Street Vance & Pine Street Reconstruction and Infrastructure Watermain Under Jordan River Bridge Street Reconstruction Project Harbor Electric Airport Lighting Project Airport Runway Painting Evergreen Water Main

City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan City of East Jordan East Jordan East Jordan City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

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The City has several streets which are in dire need of attention. Thickstun Street and Andrew Street are on top of this list. This area of the city has a sanitary sewer system which is too shallow and has issues with freezing during the winter. This area of the city has a sanitary sewer system which is too shallow and has issues with freezing during the winter. The water main in this area is undersized and should be upgraded for better fire protection flow, as well as for reliability of the distribution system. A new storm water collection system needs to be installed. so that the current runoff can be adequately managed and increase the life cycle of the roadway. The utility reconstruction will require road replacement. The project will update the infrastructure in an area of the community which could certainly use it. The upgraded facilities will also create a sense of pride in the area and could facilitate update to some of the loca homes. The proposed new sidewalks will also create a sense of community and lead to better pedestrian movement in this area to the local park. The estimated cost for th Install new Water and Sewer Lines as well as Sewer Lift Station in Conjunction with MDOT Project 9/1/2009 Sewer Plant upgrade Dredging of the Harbor 4/1/2009 To Replace Culvert under Mill Street which is for Brown's Creek feeding the Jordan River 7/1/2009

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2,720,358 800,000 400,000 75,000 300,000 M-66 to Elizabeth 600,000 St. 80,000 300,000 125,000 37,000 25,081 Oakhill N to Exist. 243,000 Main Grand River to 616,000 Michigan Grand River to 865,000 Burcham 261,000 Linden to Snyder North of Grand 488,000 River 245,000 Burcham to Alton Applegate to Lake 252,200 Lansing

Reconstruct Pine and Vance Streets. Deepening and Replacing Water and Sanitary Sewer. Install New Storm Sewer. New Road surface with wedge curb and gutter Replace 8" Water Line under Jordan River Bridge Pave, Crush and Shape Various City Streets Replace current electric at Harbor To replace existing lighting at the Airport To repaint the exisiting runways

7/1/2009 7/1/2009 6/1/2009 4/1/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

10/1/2009 8/1/2009 8/1/2009 6/1/2009 9/9/2009 7/9/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009

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Replace/Upgrade Existing Water Main Provide Water Main Loop & Replace Exist. Main Provide Water Main Loop & Replace Exist. Main Replace/Upgrade Existing Water Main Replace/Upgrade Existing Water Main Provide Water Main Loop & Replace Exist. Main Rebuild Existing Local Street

Kensington Water Main

Collingwood Water Main Durand Water Main

Oakwood Area Water Main Berkshire/Kings Ct Water Main Foxcroft Street Improvements

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Submitting Agency City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Location City or Township City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Project Name Cambria Street Improvements Smithfield Street Improvements Rolling Brook Street Improvements Red Leaf Street Improvements Green Tree Street Improvements Harvard Street Improvements Cowley Street Improvements Gilcrest Street Improvements Bainbridge Street Improvements Rosewood Street Improvements Woodingham Street Improvements Pine Forest Street Improvements Spruce Hill Street Improvements Green Enhancements to the Department of Public Works Green Enhancements to the Department of Public Works Green Infrastructure for Parking System Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street

Project Description

Start Date 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 11/30/2009 $

Funding Request 222,800 55,800 183,700 211,400 53,400

Solar PV array at DPW facility

Installation of wind turbine Roof-mounted solar panels, wind turbine, electric vehicle charging stations, LED lighting

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

East Village Infrastructure Downtown Technology Enhancements City Center II Theater City Center II Exhibition Space Hannah Community Center 3rd Floor 210 Michigan Ave. Columbine Street Improvement

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Bury utility lines Expand boradband infrastructure in downtown Construction of 400-seat performing arts theater Construction of 10,000 museum exhibition space renovate 3rd floor at Hannah Community Center Brownfield site redevelopment

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Route (Infrastructure Only) Hagadorn to N City Limits Cambria to N. City Limits Ramblewood to N End Rolling Brook to Green Tree Ramblewood to Red Leaf

95,500 Coolidge to Cowley 64,200 Saginaw to N End Woodingham to N 202,600 End 111,600 Roxburgh to E End Bainbridge to 61,400 Gainsborough Harrison to Spruce 171,000 Hill Saginaw to 139,900 Harrison Pine Forest to 101,500 Woodingham 200,000 75,000 400,000 M-43 Grand River (Bogue to 1,200,000 Hagadorn) 200,000 1,500,000 1,000,000 350,000 435,000 Loree to 67,800 Bessemaur Woodingham to 191,500 Gainsborough Michigan to 350,000 Trowbridge Grand River to 1,165,000 Burcham Hicks to 689,000 Trowbridge West Road to 3,900,000 Wood Street Harrison to W City 564,100 Limits

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Rebuild Existing Local Street Rebuild Existing Local Street Replace/Upgrade Existing Water Main Provide Water Main Loop & Replace Exist. Main Replace/Upgrade Existing Water Main Construct New Roadway Rebuild Existing Roadway

Coleman Road Extension Kalamazoo Road Pavement Project

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Submitting Agency City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Location City or Township City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Project Name West Road Pavement & Drainage Improvements LED Street Lights Downtown Sidewalk Improvements

Project Description Provide Storm Drainage and Road Improvements Upgrade street light lamps to LED Reconstruction from Abbot to Collingwood

Start Date 6/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/30/2009 6/30/2010 11/30/2009

Route (Infrastructure Funding Request Only) Abbey to County $ 700,000 Line $ 2,500,000 Various Locations 750,000 Grand River Ave. Michigan Avenue from Grand River 500,000 to city boundary

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Michigan Avenue Streetscape Wayfinding Design/Build Contract Rental Weatherization Porgram Harrison Road Pavement Project Harrison Road Pavement Project Mt Hope Road Pavement Project Saginaw Street Non-Motorized Pathway Bogue Street Bridge Repair Bessemaur Street Improvements Roseland Street Improvements Oakland Street Improvements Maplewood Street Improvements Ridgewood Street improvements Whitehills Street Improvements Old Hickory Street Improvements Lantern Hill Street Improvements Wick Court Street Improvements Knoll Street Improvements

Street and streetscape improvements Signage - expressways, parking structures, downtown pedestrian signage Matching grant pogram for weatherization improvements Rebuild Existing Roadway Rebuild Existing Roadway Rebuild Existing Roadway

7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

Construct 8' Wide Non-Motorized Pathway Both Sides of Street Rehabilitation of Deck and Appurtenanaces Rebuild Existing Local Street Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing

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500,000 1,000,000

Mt Hope to 850,000 Trowbridge Trowbridge to 900,000 Kalamazoo W City Limits to E 826,400 City Limits Coolidge to 2,300,000 Stonegate Over Red Cedar 220,000 River 290,600 Abbot to Colorado Hagadorn to E City 103,200 Limits Grand River to 106,400 Roseland Grand River to 104,100 Roseland Hagadorn to E of 126,400 Wood 230,900 E of Abbot to Alton Saginaw to N of 87,200 Cambria Burcham to N of 131,500 Knoll Lantern Hill to N 19,700 End Burcham to 51,300 Lantern Hill Abbot to W of 100,300 Sunset Saginaw to 45,500 Clarendon Saginaw to 84,500 Northlawn Woodingham to S 54,000 of Gainsborough Woodingham to 64,600 Gainsborough Hagadorn to 143,900 Moorland

Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing

Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing

Oxford Street Improvements Sabron Street Improvements

Sunset Street Improvements

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Gilcrest Street Improvements Greenview Street Improvements Mt Vernon Street Improvements

Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing

6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009

9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009

$ $ $

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Submitting Agency City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Location City or Township City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing

Project Name Linden Street Improvements Lilac Street Improvements Daisy Street Improvements Larspur Street Improvements Narcissus Street Improvements Hicks Street Improvements Rowena Street Improvements Scott Street Improvements Rebecca Street Improvements Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Former Public Work Site Downtown Reforestation Reclamation of Ash Borer Trees Bailey AHU Bailey Cabinet Unit Heaters Bailey Door Replacement Bailey High Efficiency Lighting Bailey Roof Replacement City Hall ADA Handrails City Hall AHU City Hall Energy Management City Hall Entry Doors City Hall Freight Elevator City Hall High Efficiency Lighting City Hall Sensor Faucets City Hall Strobes City Hall Trash Compactor Fire Station AHU Fire Station Air Condenser Unit Fire Station Door Closure Sensors Fire Station Energy Management Fire Station High Efficiency Lighting Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing Local Street Resurfacing

Project Description

Start Date 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 $

Funding Request 201,100 141,600 169,200 53,000 76,000 45,600 33,200 28,300 32,600

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Fire Station Truck Bay and Interior Lighting Fire Station Truck Bay Heater Hannah Back-up Generator Hannah Elevator Piston Boot Hannah Fire Alarm Pane Hannah Front Door Replacement

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Sanitary Sewer Lining/Bursting & Manhole Rehab Demolition and site remediation to prep for private developmen Downtown Reforestation Replace 600 trees @$300/tree Replace gym air handling unit at Bailey Community Cente Rebuild Bailey Cabinet Unit Heaters Replace interior double doors at Bailey Community Cente Replace interior lights with high efficiency lights at Bailey Community Cente Roof Replacement at Bailey Community Center Install ADA handrail at City Hal Replace City Hall air handling unit and AHU-2 Install automated energy mamagement system at City Hal Replace Police and Court entry doors at City Hal Replace freight elevator at City Hal Replace existing City Hall lighting with high efficiency lighting Install sensor faucets at City Hall Sychronize Strobes at City Hal Replace trash compactor at City Hall Replace main and kitchen air handling unitss at the Fire Station Replace Fire Station Air Condenser Unit Install automatic overhead door closure sensors at Fire Station Install automated energy mamagement system at Fire Station Replace Fire Station interior and exterior lighting with high efficiency lighting

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Route (Infrastructure Only) Hagadorn to Timberlane Narcissus to W End Lilac to W End Marigold to S End Marigold to S of Daisy Marigold to Daisy Ivanhoe to Scott Rebecca to Rowena Scott to Ivanhoe

1,000,000 Various Locations 2,000,000 20,000 180,000 20,560 36,000 30,000 31,000 67,000 12,500 108,000 40,000 30,000 20,000 142,400 9,500 10,000 30,000 21,150 30,000 10,000 42,000 35,000 16,000 8,000 60,000 16,000 41,000 25,000 34,000 50,000 235,000 46,000 24,000 44,000 36,000 65,000 2,500,000 Abbot to Evergreen

Install new truck bay and interior high efficiency lighting at Fire Station Replace Fire Station truck bay heater Back-up Generator for Hannah Community Center Install piston boot on Hannah service elevator Replace fire alarm panel at Hannah Community Cente Replace front door at Hannah Community Center

Hannah High Efficiency Lighting Hannah Pool Dehumidifyer Hannah Roof Replacement Hannah Tuck Pointing Library AHU Library Energy Management System Library Fire Alarm System Library Carpet Replacement Albert Avenue Improvement

Replace existing Hannah lighting with high efficiency lighting (pool & gymnasium Install dehumidifier at Hannah Community Center poo Replace roof sections N,O,A,A1 at Hannah Community Center Tuck-Pointing Hannah Community Center brick Replace two air handling units at the Library Install automated energy mamagement system at Library Upgrade Library Fire Alarm System CRI green label carpet replacement at the Library Rebuild and Realign Local Street (City Center II project)

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Tawas City of East Tawas City of East Tawas City of East Tawas

City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing City of East Lansing East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan

Avondale Square

Construction of alleys, parks, and street surfacing

4/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 5/1/2009 10/1/2009

5/30/2009 7/31/2009 11/30/2009

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Avondale from 450,000 Burcham to Snyder 300,000 490,000 160,000 400,000 550,000 50,000 225,000 4,000,000 1,700,000

Board of Water & Light Building Rehabilitation Renovation of historic building for public space Division Street Parking Garage Improvements Structural and surface repairs Grove Street Parking Garage Improvements University Place - East Plaza Improvements Downtown Technology Enhancements Washing & River St Intersection Tawas Beach Road Sanitary Sewer rehabilitation, Phase I Library Structural and surface repairs Reconstruction and renovation of public plaza Technology Innovation Center expansion Same as above. Realign intersection. Insufficient funds last application Hot mix asphalt resurfacing from Sawyer St to Tawas River. Crush & shape, cold milling, drainage & stop restoration work. Rehabilitate 70-year old sewer distribution system 7,500 Sq Ft library in central business district, "green" project w/ rain gardens, increased high tech center

City of East Tawas

East Tawas, Michigan

US-23 Improvement

Improve business access, storm drainage, sewer, lighting, reconstruct & resurface road, add parking, landscaping, roundabouts & reduce lanes (calm traffic), add bike lane.

City of East Tawas City of East Tawas City of East Tawas City of East Tawas

East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan

Harbor Park Streetscape East Tawas parking lots, insufficient funding Heritage Rte Multi-use / Bikepath Extension Community Center generator

Create "green" space , upgrade electrical, add bandshell & stage for performing arts, improve storm drainage, sewer & lighting adjacent to DNR State dock 6/1/2009 Reconstruct, resurface, landscape, drainage, lighting, pocket park 1 mile extension to connect Regional Pathway System in East Tawas to continue northbound Upgrade old community center generator Hot mix asphalt resurfacing from Sawyer St to Tawas River. Crush & shape, cold milling, drainage & stop restoration work. Insufficient funds to complete.

City of East Tawas City of East Tawas City of East Tawas City of Eastpointe City of Eastpointe

East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan East Tawas, Michigan City of Eastpointe City of Eastpointe

Bridge & State St East Tawas City Park campsite electrical upgrade Housing Commision rehabilitation Water Meter/PRV Pit Water Meter/PRV Pit

City of Eastpointe City of Eastpointe City of Eastpointe

City of Eastpointe

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Water Reservoir Upgrades Library Parking Lot Reconstruction Sanitary Sewer Repairs

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450,000 200,000 225,000 80,000

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160,000 350,000 250,000 8 Mile and Kelly 550,000 Roads 600,000 8 Mile and Gratiot 10 Mile Road at 1,300,000 Schroeder North of Oak, East 550,000 of Gratiot 5,500,000 City Wide Stephens to 10 500,000 Mile 9 Mile Road to 500,000 Stephens Road

Upgrade electrical to 174 RV campsites

Rehabilitate existing 44 unit, low income, senior citizen housing complex Install a new water meter and PRV on an existing 20" water main that feeds the City from the DWSD system. Install a new water meter and PRV on an existing 24" water main that feeds the City from the DWSD system.

5/1/2009 6/15/2009 Fall 2009 / Spring 2010 Fall 2011 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 1/1/2010 1/1/2010

Upgrade an existing water system reservoir to reduce energy required to operate entire regional (DWSD) system as well as increase system reliability and available fire flows. 7/1/2009 Remove and replace existing 150 car parking lot including mail box drop off, lighting, landscaping, screen wall and bio-swale. 4/15/2009 Line and/or replace deteriorated sanitary sewer lines recently indentified by CCTV Inspection 4/15/2009 Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new 8" ductile iron water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new 8" ductile iron water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

7/1/2010 9/15/2009 11/15/2010

$ $ $

City of Eastpointe

City of Eastpointe

Wilmot Water Main Replacement

4/15/2009

8/15/2009

$

City of Eastpointe

City of Eastpointe

Cushing Avenue Water Main Replacement

4/15/2009

8/15/2009

$

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new 12" ductile iron water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Mill and replace existing pavement on Lauman Rd. from US-10 to Five Mile Road

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Eastpointe City of Evart

City of Eastpointe City of Evart

10 Mile Road Water Main Replacement Lauman Rd. Improvements

4/15/2009 6/1/2009

8/15/2009 9/30/2009

$

874,000 Gratiot to Flower 195,000 Lauman Road

City of Evart

City of Evart

Main St. Improvements

Mill and replace existing pavement through the central business district including Main Street from US-10 to Fifth Street and Main from US-10 to Ninth St. 6/1/2009 Oak Street Improvements including replacement of existing sanitary sewer from Fourth to Jefferson Street, replacement of existing undersized water main from Fifth to Third Street and reconstruction of road pavement from Fifth to Jefferson Street. Wastewater treatment plant improvements including safety upgrades at aerated lagoons, influent sampling and grinding station, and control upgrade with SCADA system.

9/30/2009

City of Evart

City of Evart

Oak St. Improvements

City of Evart

City of Evart

WWTP Safety and Operation Improvements

City of Evart

City of Evart

Replace existing twin CMP culverts for Twin Creek at Pine St. & Ninth St. intersection, with twin concrete box culverts, concrete headwalls and replacement of road Twin Creek box culvert @ Pine St. and 9th St. pavement 9/1/2009

City of Evart

City of Evart

Evart Air Industrial Park Expansion Project

Construction of an Airport Terminal Building with Start Up Industrial Park Tenant Office Space, A University Business Education Training Facility, Offices of the Evart Local Development Finance Authority, 10 additional new developed and platted lots on land recently acquired by the LDFA for expansion of the Evart Air Industrial Park (Note: only 2 small lots remain available for sale and development) 3/30/2009

City of Farmington

City of Farmington

Reconstruction of Grove Street along with Water Main Replacement and Streetscape Improvements. Provides for additional on-street parking. The Grand River Streetscape Component involves realigning the road geometrics to provide a safer environment for both motorists and pedestrians. This requires changing the curb Downtown Farmington Street Reconstruction alignment along Grand River and necessary drainage structures. Project includes and Streetscape Improvements asphalt mill and overlay, and streetscape improvements. 5/15/2009

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

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This involves the acquisition of a hydroseeder to equip staff with the means to restore barren soil following ditch cleanout operations and other construction-maintenance activities. Hydroseeding, as compared to traditional seed, straw and topsoil restoration, has many advantages including its ability to adhere to or stabilize soil, even during heavy downpours, and quickly germinate - accelerated rooting and soil retention. The ability to restore vegetation more quickly benefits the environment by reducing pollutant transport and also helps the City to address NPDES Phase II permit requirements. In addition, less staff time is necessary for hydroseeding over traditional seeding thereby freeing them up for other activities. The recommended uni for purchase would have a 2,500 - 3,500 gallon tank and discharge boom system (enabling hydroseeding over large areas), agitator (to keep the mix consistent), extended hose and rewind system. 5/1/2009 This project consists of planting 300 trees ($400 per tree) on the city owned Farmington Hills Golf Course. These trees will replace trees that were lost during various construction activities and as a result of attack by the Emerald Ash Borer. Tree replacement will also demonstrate City support for the “Green Infrastructure” campaign in Southeast Michigan. Improving the tree canopy on City properties also supports the watershed plan developed for the Rouge River Watershed and addresses NPDES Phase II requirements. 5/1/2009

12/1/2009

$

40,000

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Tree Replacement

11/1/2009

$

120,000

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Vacuum Sweeper

This involves the acquisition of a vacuum sweeper to equip staff with a means to collect fugitive road dust during road and parking lot cleaning operations. Vacuum sweepers are far superior to mechanical sweepers in capturing soluble pollutants and fines including phosphorous, zinc, lead, copper, brake, tire rubber, asphalt fragments, nitrates, sulfates, salt, and clay. A vacuum sweeper that is capable of removing additional pollutants from paved surfaces, and thereby preventing them from entering the storm water system, would help improve storm water quality and address the City’s NPDES Phase II permit requirements. Porous parking lot maintenance requires the use of a vacuum sweeper. 5/1/2009 This involves the replacement of 15 gas operated fleet vehicles ($25,000 per vehicle) with more energy efficient and environmentally friendly hybrid vehicles. Expected benefits include savings on fuel; education of staff on benefits and operation of hybrids; environmental (air and global warming); incentive to initiate training of staff involved in fleet maintenance. Acquisition of these vehicles will demonstrate City support of protecting the environment and encourage the use of alternatives to fossil fuel. 5/1/2009 This project is provides for replacement of trees along the City's rights-of-ways in areas whose green canopy has been damaged by the infestation of the Emerald Ash Borer. 8/1/2009 Porous pavement allows water to infiltrate through it thereby reducing the volume/rate of storm water runoff and pollutants. Installation of porous pavement demonstrates City support and leadership in the use of environmentally friendly best management practices that improve and protect water quality. Reductions in winter salt application and associated costs have been experienced in other areas that utilize porous pavement. 9/1/2009 Porous pavement allows water to infiltrate through it thereby reducing the volume/rate of storm water runoff and pollutants. Installation of porous pavement demonstrates City support and leadership in the use of environmentally friendly best management practices that improve and protect water quality. Reductions in winter salt application and associated costs have been experienced in other areas that utilize porous pavement. 9/1/2009

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Fleet Vehicle Replacement

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Street Tree Program

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Heritage Park Handicap Amphitheatre Lot

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Founders Park Ballfield Lot

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Founders Skate Park/ Soccer Lot

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375,000

60,000

11/1/2009

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168,000

11/1/2009

$

840,000

11/1/2009

$

870,000

Porous pavement allows water to infiltrate through it thereby reducing the volume/rate of storm water runoff and pollutants. Installation of porous pavement demonstrates City support and leadership in the use of environmentally friendly best management practices that improve and protect water quality. Reductions in winter salt application and associated costs have been experienced in other areas that utilize porous pavement. 9/1/2009

11/1/2009

$

972,000

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

I-275 Living Wall

This project is proposed on the east side of I-275 from Eight Mile to just south of Nine Mile. This is a demonstration project to show the feasibility of constructing a Living Wall to protect the abutting residential properties from traffic noise. The Living Wall was selected due to the site constraints along this route as well as provide an environmentally appropriate wall surface for the motorists and the abutting property owners. 6/1/2009

3/1/2010

$

5,314,000

Submitted Requests - Not Approved

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City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Danvers Pond

This project consists of the removal of a failing dam and restoring the stream channel and floodplain to a self-sustaining ecologically friendly environment. Dam removal will allow for fish passage and eliminate the potential for downstream problems associated with a failure. Future maintenance costs associated with the existing impoundment will also be eliminated. 7/1/2009 Currently Farmington Hills’ City Hall, with its 14 separate HVAC systems, is an extremely energy inefficient building with an Energy Star Score of 38/100. The revitalization project will consist of a complete renovation and some new space making way for a more functional and efficient municipal building. With the use of a ground source heating and cooling system, more efficient lighting, daylighting, graywater reclamation, green roofs, renewable energy and many other sustainable design features, we are expecting large efficiency gains. Further, this project will be used to promote sustainable concepts throughout the community and region. Currently this project is tracking LEED NC Certification at the Gold Level.

10/1/2010

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

City Hall Revitilization

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Drake Resurfacing, Nine Mile to Lytle

This concrete pavement will be rehabilitated using both crack and seat and overlay and fabric and overlay construction methods. This project will improve the ride ability of this segment of Drake Road. 5/1/2009 Halsted Road was resurfaced from Grand River to 11 Mile Road last year. The bridge over I-696 is scheduled for replacement in the 2009 construction season. Resurfacing of this ! mile segment of roadway is needed at this time and can be done with the closure of the road for the Halsted Road Bridge Replacement. 5/1/2009 This project will rehabilitate the existing concrete pavement with slab replacement and diamond grinding. It is being constructed in cooperation with the City of Farmington that owns a portion of the roadway. 5/1/2009

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Halsted Resurfacing, 11 Mile to I-696 Bridge

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Nine Mile Resurfacing, Gill to M5/Folsom

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

This project will upgrade an existing 8” watermain to a 12” watermain that has a history of numerous breaks. In addition, it will provide a redundant feed of appropriate size for the nearby Botsford Hospital. This includes a pice of main on 8 St Francis Watermain, 8 Mile to Independence Mile Rd.

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Replace Existing Watermain under Northwestern at 13 Mile Rd

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

The twin 48” drainage culverts under Fourteen Mile Rd at the Pebble Creek Drain nea Club House Lane are undersized and deteriorated and need to be replaced. The 14 Mile Culvert Replacement at Pebble Creek preliminary plan calls for replacement with a 5’x 9’ box culvert. 9/1/2009 When this watermain breaks traffic is affected on Thirteen Mile Road. By increasing 13 Mile Watermaineast of Lorikay the size it will also provide better fire hydrant flows to the area. 9/1/2009

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8,000,000

330,000

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500,000

8/1/2009

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650,000

5/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

1,350,000

The existing watermain crossing of Northwestern at Middlebelt has a history of leaks. Because of the large number of utilities in the Northwestern ROW, a new main would be bored and the old one abandoned. 9/1/2009

12/1/2009

$

200,000

12/1/2009 12/1/2009

$ $

250,000 390,000

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Upgrade Traffic Signals

This project proposes to replace four existing, 20-year old traffic signals with modern, SCATS type traffic signals. These intersections include 9 Mile Rd/Halsted Rd, 13 Mile Rd/Halsted Rd, 13 Mile Rd/Drake Rd & 13 Mile Rd/Farmington Rd. These upgraded signals will allow more efficient traffic handling operations at these locations, reducing vehicle delay & fuel consumption while improving safety. The new signals will use LED lights reducing electricity consumption also. They will be constructed following the new "box span" requirements which also improves visibility and improves safety. 9/1/2009

9/1/2010

$

600,000

Submitted Requests - Not Approved

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City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Replace Existing Watermain in Old Homestead Subdivision

This entire subdivision has watermain that is undersized for proper fire protection and service and has suffered many watermain breaks. Replacing the existing watermain that was originally installed in the 1960's will eliminate the breaks and improve water service to the entire subdivision. 9/1/2009 This entire subdivision has watermain that is undersized for proper fire protection and service and has suffered many watermain breaks. Replacing the existing watermain that was originally installed in the 1950's will eliminate the breaks and improve water service to the entire subdivision. 9/1/2009 The major roads in the Farmington Freeway Business Park have deteriorated to the point where patxhing is no longer possible. This project replaces the roads and maintains the viability and attractiveness of a premiere office park.

8/1/2011

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Replace Existing Watermain in Kendallwood Subdivision No 1

City of Farmington Hills City of Farmington Hills

Farmington Freeway Business Park Street Replacement

9/1/2009

City of Ferrysburg City of Ferrysburg

City of Ferrysburg City of Ferrysburg

Sanitary Sewer Upgrade Lift Station

Upgrade sanitary sewer pipe that is at capacity and serves two (2) communities Rebuild pumps, add variable speed drives, upgrade controls

City of Ferrysburg

City of Ferrysburg

Construct new energy efficient DPW garage with salt barn. Site plan reviewed by Department of Public Works Garage/Salt Barn Planning Commission, approved by City Council. Property is City-owned.

City of Ferrysburg City of Flint City of Flint

City of Ferrysburg Flint Flint

City Hall Project Genesee Valley Trailway - City of Flint Grand Traverse Greenway

City of Flint

Flint

Kettering Gateway Project

City of Flint City of Flint

Flint Flint

City of Flint Fire Arms Training Range Flint River Naturalized Fish Passage

City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint

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Construct new energy efficient LEED designed City Hall, renovate existing school structure. The gymnasium would be used for community events. The site would also contain areas for public gatherings, e.g. farmers market, concerts, ice rink. Site plan reviewed by Planning Commission, approved by City Council. Property is City-owned 2/17/2009 Construction of a regionally significant non-motorized pathway connecting to existing paths in the City of Flint 4/1/2009 Construction of a regionally significant non-motorized pathway connecting to existing paths in the City of Flint 4/1/2009 Construction of a gateway route from I-69 at Hammerberg Road to Chrevolet Avenue providing a direct route to Kettering University in the City of Flint. Including reconfiguration of existing roadway to facilitate a direct route and corridor enhancements. 4/1/2009 The City of Flint Police Department needs to develop a location for required firearms qualification and training. This location shall be made available to neighboring jurisdictions for the same purpose for a collaborative effort. Currently there is no local avenue to conduct this necessary training. 9/1/2009 Naturalize and restore Flint River fish passage at Hamilton Dam 9/9/2009

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5,350,000

6,000,000 North Shore Road 1,000,000 to Lift Station #1 Lift Station No. 1

5/1/2009

1,750,000

10/1/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009

$ $ $

5,000,000 Riverbank Park to 500,000 City Limits Riverbank Park to 1,300,000 Hemphill

9/30/2010

$

Hammerberg Rd to 1,200,000 Chevrolet Ave

9/30/2010 9/30/2010

$ $

5,000,000 N/A 1,500,000 N/A

The City of Flint Police Department through this program shall enhance and replace where necessary the existing aging vehicle fleet that is tasked with first response duties. The Police Department Leadership is committed to purchase locally manufactured vehicles and support Michigan produced products. Upgrade to the work order software that dispatches work to City employees. Restore and Update for efficency the heating and cooling system for the City Fire Department Primary Station #1. Rehab homes city wide to improve energy efficiency Switch gear and pump replacement at Water Treatment Plant. Replace broken water distribution valves City wide Ren;ovations to Business Incubator Facility Demolition of commerical structures Citywide.

3/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

9/30/2010 12/31/2009 12/31/2009 9/30/2010 12/31/2009 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

3,000,000 N/A 100,000 N/A 500,000 N/A 1,000,000 1,200,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

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Location Submitting Agency City or Township City of Flint Flint City of Flint Flint City of Flint Flint City of Flint Flint

Project Name Windcliff Village Rowe Building Lofts Construction City Hall Energy Efficency Improvements Oak Business Renovations

Project Description New construction of homes in Windcliff Village Complete construction of lofts in Rowe Building City Hall improvement according to completed energy audit. Renovations to Business Incubator Facility The City of Flint Police Department currently lacks the ability to communicate with surrounding jurisdictions. The inability to communicate with mutual aid partners hampers response where swift action promises a safer community. The program shall purchase and adopt an 800 Mhz. communications platform that will ensure interoperability among collaborative community partners. Security improvements at the Waste Water Treatment Plant Waste Water Treatment Plant pump station replacement. Replace chlorine and chemical based wastewater disinfection system with safer ultraviolet light based system Waste Water Treatment Plant incinerator stack renovation Purchase 3 homes; lease to those leaving shelter Improve internal roadway system Rental housing near Wood Ave. and M.L. King Blvd. Waste Water Treatment Plant sludge disposal Installation of backflow preventers/sump pumps to prevent flooding

Start Date 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010

City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint

Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint

CITY OF FLINT POLICE DEPT. Interoperable Communications Project Security Improvements Sewage Pump Station #6 WasteWater Treatment Plant Disinfection Improvements Incinerator Stack Renovation Acquisiton /Rehab/Resale Waste Water Treatment Plant Roadway improvements Metawananee Vineland Village Sludge Storage Improvements Backflow Preventers Illegal Dumping Enforcement

7/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

Monitor hot spots for illegal dumping, patrol, advertise, ticket and enforce City code.

City of Flint

Flint

City of Flint Police Activities PAL Program

This is a program designed for the City's youth population. This program shall be designed and implemented to steer our youth towards positive activity and away from long term crime. This endeavor shall also foster community police relationships. 5/1/2009 Remove dying trees and thin out forests to promote healthy growth within the City of Flint Parks. Also, replant young trees that promote the reasonable sized trees and offering necessary shade to the park area. This offers the citizens an improved park setting and invites families of all age to use and enjoy the City of Flint Parks and Recreation areas. 5/1/2009

City of Flint

Flint

Harvest Trees in Flint Parks

City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint

Flint Flint Flint

City of Flint Fishing Pier Reconstruction Code Enforcement/ 68th District Court Utah Dam Removal

City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint

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Replace/repair fishing piers along Flint River; restore wildlife natural habitat to improve the fishing opportunity along the Flint River and to be inviting to the community to participate in fresh water fishing. 5/1/2009 Inspections to identify health/safety issues. 5/1/2009 Dam removal and construction of a pedestrian bridge. 5/1/2009

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Funding Request 3,000,000 3,200,000 5,000,000 2,600,000

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5,000,000 100,000 N/A 100,000 N/A 120,000 150,000 N/A 240,000 N/A 250,000 400,000 750,000 800,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A

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800,000 N/A

9/30/2010

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9/30/2010

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Infrstructure Improvements in Flint Homeownership Zone area. 3/1/2009 Water distribution improvements to General Motors facilities 5/1/2009 Purchase of structures located in flood plain; relocation/demolition 5/1/2009 Cut weeds/tall grass city wide, mow parkways and remove dumping 5/1/2009 New construction and rehabilitation on Cloverlawn and Home Ave 5/1/2009 Expand existing Citywide emergency repairs program to replace roofs, furnaces, other emergency housing situations. 5/1/2009 Purchase of surveillance cameras for City wide application 5/1/2009 Expand existing owner occupied rehab programs to inculude energy efficiency improvements 5/1/2009 Upgrade the River Bank Park water pumping system and improve the recreational use of the park with natural habitat restoration and fish passage. This project is critical as the catalyst to draw business, University of Michigan-Flint, Kettering University, Mott Community College, Baker College students' and community activities to the City of Flint downtown area as an economic stimulus. 5/1/2009

12/31/2009 12/31/2009 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,400,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000

2,000,000 N/A 3,000,000 N/A 3,000,000 N/A

City of Flint

Flint

River Bank Park

12/31/2009

$

3,000,000

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Project Name Water Main Replacements University Ave. Pumping Station Sanitary Sewer Repairs HAMILTON DAM REPLACEMENT City of Flint Police Department Building Renovation and Security

Project Description Replace water mains city wide to prevent breaks and flooding Electrical upgrade of pumping station. Repair leaking sanitary sewers throughout the City Dam replacement as safety is our over riding priority Improve the build energy efficency and security. Also upgrade to meet building code and especially ADA compliance.

Start Date 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010 9/30/2010

City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flint City of Flushing City of Flushing City of Flushing City of Flushing City of Flushing

Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint Flint City of Flushing City of Flushing City of Flushing City of Flushing City of Flushing

LAW ENFORCEMENT HIRING INiTIATIVE Water Plant Upgrade Water Plant Upgrade Genesee Valley Trailway Fenton Road Bridge Grand Traverse Greenway Grand Traverse Bridge Robert T. Longway Bridge Kearsley Park Blvd. Bridge Saginaw Street Bridge Second Ave. Bridge West Second Street Bridge I-69 Sound Wall WASTEWATER TREATMENT PLANT UPGRADES FIRE HALL UPGRADES AMBULANCE BUILDING RENOVATIONS FIBER LINK UTILITY UPGRADE MULTI-USE TRAILWAY

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The City of Flint Police Department is requesting funds to hire additional police officers to enhance crime fighting and crime prevention. This request is in response to recently difficult economic conditions. This project will enable the City to hire a total of 110 Police Officers and strengthen the fine City of Flint Police work. This is supportive of the Police Department Mission Statement "providing a safe community to live, work and visit!" 7/1/2009 Upgrade Water Plant to treat Port Huron raw water source 5/1/2009 Upgrade Water Plant to treat Flint River water source 5/1/2009 Design and construct Genesee Valley Trailway 5/1/2009 Replace Bridge over Thread Creek. 5/1/2009 Design and construct 1.3 miles of Grand Traverse Greenway 5/1/2009 Replace Bridge over Thread Creek. 5/1/2009 Replace Bridge over Gilkey Creek. 5/1/2009 Replace bridge over Gilkey Creek. 5/1/2009 Replace bridge over Flint River 5/1/2009 Replace bridge over Swartz Creek. 5/1/2009 Replace bridge over Swartz Creek 5/1/2009 Neighborhood Sound Wall from Center Road to Dort Hwy. Along the north side of I69. 5/1/2009 Upgrades to the city's WWTP including: grit handling, pumping, controls,emergency bypass, backup power, metering, and digester cover. 7/20/2009 Upgrade existing heating system in the city's fire hall 4/20/2009 Upgrade brick façade and HVAC system in the existing ambulance building 4/20/2009 Connection of community broad band fiber optic from the public school system to City Hall and Department of Public Works facilities. 4/1/2009 Construct 10' wide bituminous pathway connecting Riverview Park to Windmill Point Subdivision. 7/20/2009

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10,000,000 15,000,000 25,000,000 700,000 1,000,000 1,300,000 1,500,000 1,500,000 1,500,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 3,400,000 4,000,000 1,750,000 30,000 100,000 180,000 795,000

Upgrade storm sewer outfalls (15,000'); Complete footing drain connections to the city's storm sewer system for 2000 homes; rehabilitate existing sanitary sewer river crossings by pipe lining. Installation of new Canoe Launch on Flint River

7/20/2009 4/15/2009

8/31/2014 7/15/2009

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City of Frankenmuth

Frankenmuth Dam Project

The Project is a capital improvement project designed to modify the Frankenmuth dam, enabling fish passage on the Cass River. The project places rock material immediately downstream of the existing dam to create a gradual slope. Modifying the Frankenmuth dam re-establishes the free flow of water over the dam, opening up approximately 73 miles of fish spawing area. This action supports the restoration of certain Great Lakes fish populations including walleye and lake sturgeon. This project completes an important step in the MDNR Walleye Recovery Plan, received a high priorty rating by the Great Lakes Fisher Commission and is rated the highest priority fisheries restoration/dam project in Michigan by the US Corps of Engineers. The project supports enhanced recreation opportunities and tourism while stimulating the local economy, provides an exceptional opportunity for environmental education and exposes hundreds of thousands of visitors to the environmental value of the Great Lakes and our water quality. The project is of interest to the MDNR and Corps of Engineers (Detroit Office). 8/1/2009

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City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Harlan Drive Storm Relief Drain

The current Storm Sewer System serving the northwest quandrant of the City is undersized, creating basement flooding in both residences and commercial properties. Street flooding is common. For use as a relief sewer during heavy rain events, the project installs a new 3600 feet long / 36" concrete pipe paralell to the existing pipe at the most severe bottleneck within the general area's street right of way. The project protects private property including the property of a major employer and property owner within the City. 4/1/2010 This project provides for improved street access, parking and handicap accessiblility servicing a City Park, Ampitheater and the local school district. The area includes Park Street and adjacent land owned by the Frankenmuth School District and leased to the City The project constructs drainage improvements, curb and gutter paving, LED lighting, a picnic pavilion, additional parking for general use, concerts and sporting events and site preparation for new playground and playground equipment. The park area and ampitheater offerings provide destinations for Frankenmuth's tourism industry. 7/1/2009 The project improves Flint Street infrastructure including upgraded drainage, curb and gutter, street construction, sidewalk. The street improvements enable the development of a non-profit housing development to provide aging in place services for seniors (including low to moderate income). Services include the development of single family homes, duplexes/condominiums, apartments, assisted living and nursing home style residences. The non-profit developer projects the creation of 80 new, permanent full-time jobs at the site. 7/1/2009 Complete streetscaping improvements along the west side section of Main Street from Covered Bridge Lane to the River. Streetscape improvements, including new landscape beds, support connectivity for community assets supporting tourism and tourism related jobs development.The project completes a $12 million streetscape project finished over the past 10 years.

4/1/2011

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Memorial Park Street and Parking Improvements

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Flint Street Improvements

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Main Street Streetscaping Project

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Memorial Park Rose Garden Add'l Parking

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

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The development of an 80-space parking lot built with green grass block pavers with a bio-swale drainage system. The parking lot serves the Rose Garden, a City park and host to multiple weddings and family reunions. The parking lot will also provide overflow parking for the amphitheater in Memorial Park. The Rose Garden is a destination supporting Frankenmuth's significant tourism industry. The project helps to preserve tourism jobs and promote economic recovery. 5/1/2009 The Storm Drain provides service for a one square mile area including existing and potential residential development. The undersized and deteriorated 36" diameter pipe needs replacement with 54" concrete pipe. A large junction chamber also needs to be built where the new pipe connects to an existing culvert. Replacing the drain assures storm drainage reliability for the area and reduces potential flooding. The Storm Drain serves an area in both City of Frankenmuth and Frankenmuth Township. 5/1/2009 Change light fixtures from high pressure sodium or metal halide to LED to reduce electical usage. The project includes approximately 400 light poles. The upgrade will reduce electricity consumption by 80%, reduce out of pocket expenses from $50,000 to $10,000 annually. 7/1/2009 A total of 845 diseased and insect ridden Ash trees are planted in the City of Frankenmuth public right of ways and parks. The project includes tree removal, stump grinding, appropriate disposal of waste and replanting of new species in its place. The existing Ash trees are dying; Replacement of trees in this urban setting helps to provide shade, cooling the general area and reducing the carbon footprint.

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975,000

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5/1/2009

10/1/2009

$

150,000

10/1/2009

$

160,000

7/31/2009

$

251,000

Main Street (M83) and Weiss Street Light Upgrade to LED

7/1/2010

$

400,000

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Ash Tree Replacement Project

5/1/2009

5/1/2010

$

400,000

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description The project includes curb repair, milling of 3" of asphalt and replacement of same. The total length of the reconstruction project is about 1.5 miles. The mill and resurface project for these streets has been on the City's 50 year improvement plan since 1999. The last major repair to these streets was more than 30 years ago; the streets are in poor condition. Improvement to these streets retains property home values.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Beyerlein, Heine, Reif, Hubinger, Franklin, Plant and E. Tuscola Mill and Resurface

5/1/2009

10/30/2009

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

West Tuscola Reconstruct & Resurface Project

Reconstruct, mill and resurface W. Tuscola Street in the City of Frankenmuth, one of the City's major arteries. This project has been on the City's Capital Improvements Plan for more than 10 years; the last major repair of the street was more than 30 years ago. The project assures mobility through the business district and retains property values. 5/1/2009 Construction of a pedestrian bridge from Main Street (M83) to Heritage Park will provide imrproved access for walking, improved connectivity from Downtown to a major City park and improved access to parking. The Pedestrian Bridge maximizes the use of existing parking areas, reducing the need to build more parking, ultimately protecting existing greenspace and decreasing the carbon footprint. 7/1/2010 The Storm Drain provides service for a one square mile area including exisitng and potential residential development. The undersized and deteriorated 36" diameter pipe needs replacement with 54" concrete pipe. A large junction chamber also needs to be built where the new pipe connects to an existing culvert. Replacing the drain assures storm drainage reliability for the area and reduces potential flooding. The Storm Drain serves an area in both City of Frankenmuth and Frankenmuth Township.

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

Pedestrian Bridge to Heritage Park

City of Frankenmuth

City of Frankenmuth

E. Genesee Storm Drain Replacement near Block Rd

City of Frankenmuth City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser

City of Frankenmuth City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser City of Fraser

North Main M83 Ditch Enclosure supporting Frankenmuth Business Park Rainbow Water Main 14 Mile Water Main Calahan Drain Breezeway Water Main Mulvey Road Resurfacing Asphalt Road Rehab Utica Road Water Main Water System Reservoir Concrete Road Rehab Hayes Masonic Interceptor

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North of the City limits, M83 (Main St/Gera Road) narrows from five lanes to two lanes inclusive of an open ditch on the East side of the highway. The City, with agreement from Frankenmuth Township, has initiated development of the Frankenmuth Business Park in the immedeate area. The City has already invested in utilities to the site. To provide for appropriate road improvements to widen the street to service the Business Park and to add curb, gutter and sidewalks to the area, the ditch along the east side of the road must be filled with appropriate material and a drain tile installed, connecting to existing service. The investment is necessary to provide for proper storm water drainage preventing flooding. This project is on the City's Five Year Capital Improvement Plan. It is hoped that the Business Park will generate between 50 and 200 long-term, sustainable jobs. 5/1/2009 Rainbow Water Main - Eveningside to Slumber Ln 5/1/2009 14 Mile Water Main Replacement - Edgegrove to Garfield 5/1/2009 Calahan Drain Improvements 5/1/2009 Breezeway Water Main Replacement -Eveningside to Kelly 5/1/2009 Mulvey Road Resurfacing - 14 Mile to Utica Road 5/1/2009 Asphalt Road Rehabilitation - College Blvd, Caroline, Callahan, Leota, Park Ln, Depot other various locations 5/1/2009 Utica Road Water Main - 14 Mile to Groesbeck 5/1/2009 Water System Reservoir 5/1/2009 Concrete Road Rehabilitation - various locations 5/1/2009 Hayes Masonic Interceptor-Beacon Lane to 15 Mile 4/1/2009

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600,000

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$

251,000

7/31/2009

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

600,000 y 300,000 400,000 400,000 410,000 660,000 750,000 1,000,000 2,500,000 5,000,000 12,000,000

City of Fraser City of Fraser

Fraser Fraser

Rainbow Water Main Callahan Drain Improvements

Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Regrade and improve drain to address several drainage issues and to protect drain slopes and prevent soil erosion.

5/1/2009 5/1/2009

9/1/2009 9/1/2009

$ $

Eveningside to 300,000 Slumber 400,000 13 mile to 14 Mile

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Fraser

Fraser

Breezeway Water Main

5/1/2009

8/1/2009

City of Fraser

Fraser

14 Mile Water Main

5/1/2009

8/1/2009

City of Fraser

Fraser

Utica Water Main

6/1/2009

City of Fraser

Fraser

Water System Reservoir

Construct a water system reservoir to reduce energy required to operate entire regional (DWSD) system as well as increase system reliability and available fire flows.5/1/2009

City of Fraser

Fraser

Hayes Masonic Sanitary Sewer Overflow

Construct a sanitary sewer interceptor designed to carry wet weather flow for a large portion of the City. This project will eliminate a sanitary sewer overflow and satisfy a current Administrative Consent Order from MDEQ 5/1/2009 Fremont Public Schools and the City of Fremont have identified a need for a School Resource Officer. Funds will be used to implement Fremont's first School Resource Officer for a three (3) year program serving nine (9) schools. 9/1/2009 The Newaygo County Brownfield Authority has identified a property on Elm Street in Fremont as a potential brownfield site. The funds will be used to test, evaluate, revitalize and market this potential brownfield site. The City wants to relocate the existing recycling business to the Fremont Industrial Park. Testing of the soils is necessary and clean up of the site is likely. The subject property is located near the downtown, and there is a possibility for the redevelopment of the site into multi-family housing, a city park, etc. 8/1/2009 In accordance with the Fremont Downtown Revitalization Enhancement Plan, the City of Fremont will make improvements to three downtown public parking lots. Improvements include reconstruction of retaining walls, parking lot resurfacing, new decorative street lights, landscaping, etc. Improving these lots will assist businesses in meeting the needs of its patrons, which will aid in retaining businesses. 7/1/2009 The City of Fremont's recent water system assessment identified the need for an additional well to provide long-term sustainability and growth of the municipal water supply system. Funds will cover the costs of a new well and wellhouse.

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

Fremont School Resource Officer Program (Police)

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

Fremont Brownfield Development Project on Elm Street (Brownfield/Economic Development)

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

Downtown Fremont Parking Lot Reconstruction Project (Economic Development)

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

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Edgegrove to 800,000 Fraser

14 Mile to 1,000,000 Groesbeck

14 Mile and 2,500,000 Garfield Masonic- Beacon Lane to Hayes and Hayes- Masonic to 12,000,000 15 Mile Road

$

225,000

8/1/2010

$

200,000

9/1/2010

$

2,720,750

7/1/2009

9/1/2010

$

400,000

Fremont - Sewage Lift Station Project (Infrastructure)

Fremont's Joint Comprehensive Development and Growth Management Plan outlines the need for a new lift station to handle planned mixed-use developments. The City encourages mixed-use developments as part of a Smart Growth strategy. Funds will cover the installation of a lift station that will be located at 56th and Warner. 7/1/2009 The funds will be used to enhance the Police Outdoor Shooting/Practice Range, which serves all county, state and federal law enforcement agencies. Specifically, the funds will be used to remove and recycle over 25 years of lead ammunition from the shooting range berms and to make improvements for safety enhancements. 4/1/2009

9/1/2010

$

143,750

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

Fremont Police Outdoor Shooting/Practice Range Enhancements (Police)

10/1/2009

$

75,000

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Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

In order to spur on regional tourism, Fremont is creating a public art public walking tour as part of an economic development strategy. In keeping with the City's Art Fremont Public Art Walking Tour Art Projects Placement Plan, funding will be used to create public art for the tour on the Fremont (Economic Development) Cooperative's Main building (mural) and in Veterans' Memorial Park (sculpture).

3/1/2009

10/1/2009

City of Fremont

City of Fremont

Fremont - Town & Country Path Phase 2b Construction (Environment, Recreation and Green)

Fremont's Joint Parks & Recreation Plan identifies the need for many phases for the development of the Town & Country Path. The funds will be used to construct Phase 2b of the Town & Country Path from Main Street to Pathfinder School. The Path is one way Fremont supports creating healthy communities. 4/1/2009 In accordance with the Downtown Fremont Marketing Plan, the City wants to create the "WOW" factor to encourage visitors to come to Fremont to enjoy all it has to offer. In order to create the "WOW" factor, streetscape and signage improvements are proposed. Improvements to be funded include community event signs, a City Hall information sign, landscaping, flowers, etc. 4/1/2009 Close water main loop from 35th Street to 36th Street 6/15/2009 Close water main loop from 36th Street to 37th Street 6/15/2009 Replace 6-inch water main in Blake (Grant to Grove) with 8-inch water main

City of Fremont City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Galesburg City of Garden City City of Garden City City of Garden City City of Garden City City of Garden City City of Garden City City of Garden City City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord

City of Fremont Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Galesburg, City of Garden City Garden City Garden City Garden City Garden City Garden City

Fremont Streetscape/Signage Project (Economic Development) 35th St. to 36th St. Water Main 36th St. to 37th St. Water Main Blake Water Main Grove Water Main Mills St. Water Main Norms Place Water Main New St. Water Main Morhouse Dr. Water Main Battle Creek Mill/Resurface M-96 (Burgess/36th St) Water Main M-96 (Grant to Norms Place) Water Main Battle Creek Water Main

Replace 6-inch water main in Grove (Battle Creek to M-96) with 8-inch water main 5/15/2009 Replace 4-inch and 6-inch water main in Mills Street (South of Battle Creek Street) with 8-inch water main 5/15/2009 Replace 6-inch water main in Norms Place (M-96 to Beckwith) with 12-inch water main 5/15/2009 Replace 4-inch water main in New Street (Battle Creek to Gale Valley Estates) with 8inch water main 5/15/2009 Close water main loop at Morhouse Drive 5/15/2009 Mill and resurface Battle Creek Street 5/15/2009 Replace 8-inch water main in M-96 (Burgess/36th Street, east of 12” water main) with 12-inch water main 5/15/2009 Replace 6-inch water main in M-96 (Grant to Norms Place) with 12-inch water main 5/15/2009 Replace 6-inch water main in Battle Creek from Shafter/35th Street to Burgess / 36th Street with 12-inch water main 5/15/2009

City Hall Roof Replacement Sewer Lining

Garden City City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord

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Underground Storage Tanks (UST) Maplewood Center Renovation Department of Public Service (DPS) Building Renovation Complete renovation of the DPS Building. Paving of 3 miles of local residential street rated as in poor condition. These street do Residential Street Paving not qualify for Federal funding through the TIP. Replacement of 2.5 mile of aging watermains. Replacing areas of the system with Watermain Replacement excessive watermain breaks. East mankowski Road Extension East and West Main Street Water and Samitary Main Addition Gateway Entrance to Downtown Gaylord - DDA WWTP Equipment Replacement - Priority and Secondary Downtown Gaylord Elevated Crosswalk - DDA Downtown Special Events Area - DDA

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115,000 397,800 601,860 70,200 70,200 70,200 72,000 86,400 116,340 144,000 216,000 230,400 720,000 250,000 2,500,000 500,000 7,000,000 10,000,000 4,000,000 2,000,000 237,781 337,062 350,000 663,200 700,000 1,700,000

Replace the existing roof at City Hall that requires constant maintenance and repairs. 7/1/2009 Sewer lining of 2.5 miles of critical sanitary sewer to prevent sewer failures Removal of two underground storage tanks at PD and the construction of an above ground fuel tank at the DPS yard Complete renovation of the Maplewood Community Cente 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

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Location Submitting Agency City or Township City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Gaylord City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Blanc City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven

Project Name

Perry Road Pathway Center Road Genesee Road Reid Road Jewett Trail Grand Blanc Road Davis Street Perry Road Saginaw Street New Water Plant Boardwalk

Project Description Street Improvements - North Otsego, North Court, and Mitchell Streets West M-32 Streetscape & Pathway Business Loop I-75 Streetscape Improvements WWTP - Plant Expansion Creation of Pathway on South Side of Perry Road Resurfacing, Curb and Gutter of Center Road from McFarland to 400 ft. north of Brainard Resurfacing, Curb and Gutter of Genesee Road from Hills of Kings Pointe Green to end Creation of Streetscape and On street Parking and resurfacing of Reid Road from Saginaw to West Street Creation of Pathway along Jewett Trail and north up Davis Stree Creation of Streetscape and Bike Pathway and Resurfacing of Grand Blanc Road within City Limits Resurfacing of Davis Street from Reid Road to Jewett Trail Resurfacing of Perry Road from Terrace to City Limits Resurfacing of Saginaw Street from Grand Blanc Road to City Limits Renovate Water Plant Reconstruct Boardwalk at City Connector Park

Start Date

Expected Completion Date $ $ $ $ $

9/15/2009 9/15/2009 9/15/2009 9/15/2009 6/15/2009 6/15/2009 8/15/2009 8/15/2009 8/15/2009 5/1/2010 5/1/2010

6/5/2010 6/5/2010

City of Grand Haven

City of Grand Haven

Beechtree Infrastructure

Total reconstruction of Beechtree Street from Waverly to Fulton in the City of Grand Haven including sanitary sewer, storm drains, water lines and electrical utilities. Total reconstruction of Harbor Drive from Waverly to Fulton in the City of Grand Haven including sanitary sewer, storm drains, water lines and electrical utilities.

City of Grand Haven

City of Grand Haven

Harbor Drive

City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grandville City of Grant City of Grant

City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven City of Grand Haven Grandville City City

Washington Avenue WWTP Phosphorus Removal North End Infrastructure Odor Contrtol WWTP Adams Street RR Crossing UV Disinfection

Total reconstruction of Washington Avenue from Waverly to Fulton in the City of Grand Haven including sanitary sewer, storm drains, water lines and electrical utilities.9/1/2009 New biological system to remove phosphorus from wastewater in Grand Haven 5/1/2009 Boardwalk, sanitary sewer, water, streets, lighting, parking 5/1/2009 Implement odor control technology at WWTP 9/1/2010 Construct approved RR Crossing to facilitate Grand Landing Developmen 9/1/2009 Eliminate chlorine feed & go to UV light disinfection at WWTP 5/1/2010 Retrofit existing Multi Zone air handler and upgrade system to VAV System. Expected energy savings to be 25 - 35%. Spring 2009 Provide baseball diamond, shelter, new fishing dock, recreational equipment and paving summer 2009 Provide more adequate storm sewers to handle runoff summer 2009 Revitalize M-37 corridor through the center of the City, to improve traffic, pedestrian friendly sidewalks, new LED environmentally friendly street lights, in effort for economic benefit Revitalize M-37 corridor through the center of the City, to improve traffic, pedestrian friendly sidewalks, new LED environmentally friendly street lights, in effort for economic benefit spring 2009 Upgrade treatment plant and collection system that was installed in 1954 that is in dire need of repair and upgrades spring 2009 Solar roof for City Office will reduce energy cost to the City by ~40% summer 2009 resurface streets in need of repair resurface streets in need of repair with 2 inch high density paver summer 2009 Provide water, sewer and road access in order to create three industrial sites for job and tax base growth summer 2009

Admin Building Air Handler Replacement City of Grant Blanche Lake Park City of Grant Storm Water Improvement

City of Grant

City

City of Grant City of Grant City of Grant City of Grant City of Grant City of Grant

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Funding Request 1,752,684 1,873,942 7,250,000 7,300,000 500,000 Major Street

Route (Infrastructure Only)

500,000 Major Street 500,000 Major Street 750,000 Major Street 250,000 Major Street Major Street Major Street Major Street Major Street

800,000 200,000 500,000 750,000 20,000,000 1,000,000

9/1/2009

$

3,000,000 Beechtree

9/1/2009

$

3,000,000 Harbor

9/1/2010 9/1/2009 5/1/2010 9/1/2011 9/1/2010 9/1/2010 6/1/2009 summer 2009 summer 2009

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

5,000,000 Washington 350,000 4,500,000 1,000,000 1,000,000 Adams/3rd 1,100,000 70,000 300,000 500,000 M-37

$

700,000 M-37

Streetscape Wastewater treatment plant and collection system upgrade Solar Roof for City Office Pave-Resurface Roadways 6.03 miles Pave-Resurface Roadways 6.03 miles City of Grant Industrial Park

summer 2009 summer 2009 summer 2009 summer 2009 summer 2009

$ $ $ $ $ $

700,000 M-37 2,862,000 50,000 250,000 250,000 1,000,000

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Provide water, sewer and road access in order to create three industrial sites for job and tax base growth on 40+ acres of land the City already owns on the northeast side This would help foster economic grow in tax base and future jobs. Burry overhead utility lines that run through the downtown corridor along M-37. This would enhance the streetscape project, which promotes economic development and would eliminate driving hazards along M-37 in town. Fix and add sidewalks along M-37 through town, add trees, new LED streetlights (save energy), improve curbing, etc…beautification

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Grant

City

City of Grant Industrial Park

City of Grant City of Grant

City City of Grant

Burry overhead utilities downtown Streetscape Wastewater treatment plant and collection system upgrade

City of Grant

City of Grant

Upgrade treatment capacity and process at the plant, repair original collection system spring/summer originally installed in 1954. Much needed upgrades and improvements 2009 Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Newcastle Water Main

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Ridgemont Water Main

Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Hampton Water Main

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Lancaster Water Main

Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Bournemouth Water Main

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Hollywood Water Main

City of Grosse Pointe Woods City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods Grosse Pointe Woods

Lochmoor Water Main Water Main Loops

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

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Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

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1,000,000

2,500,000 M-37 700,000 M-37

summer 2009

2,862,000

Mack to West City 335,000 Limit

Mack to West City 350,000 Limit

$

Wedgewood to 350,000 East City Limit

9/1/2009

$

Mack to West City 350,000 Limit

5/1/2009

9/1/2009

$

360,000 Mack to Leslie

5/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

365,000 Goethe to Marter

Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. 5/1/2009 Provide water main loops where dead ends currently exist. The project will increase system reliability and available fire flows. 5/1/2009 Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

9/1/2009 9/1/2009

$ $

Wedgewood to 500,000 East City Limit 500,000 Various Locations

Severn Water Main

5/1/2009

11/1/2009

$

Mack to West City 500,000 Limit

Grosse Pointe Woods

Sunningdale Water Main

5/1/2009

9/1/2009

$

Fairway to East 520,000 City Limit

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Anita Water Main

5/1/2009

10/1/2009

$

560,000 Mack to Marter

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Project Name

Project Description Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year. Replace an aged cast iron water main with a new ductile iron, HDPE or PVC water main. The project will increase system reliability as well as eliminate an old main which breaks within the roadway several times a year.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Allard Water Main

5/1/2009

10/1/2009

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Brys Water Main

5/1/2009

10/1/2009

City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

Fairholme Water Main

City of Grosse Pointe Woods City of Grosse Pointe Woods City of Grosse Pointe Woods

Grosse Pointe Woods

South Renaud Water Main

Grosse Pointe Woods

Water System Reservoir

Construct a water system reservoir to reduce energy required to operate entire regional (DWSD) system as well as increase system reliability and available fire flows.5/1/2009

Grosse Pointe Woods

Line or Replace Sewers

Line or replace structurally deficient sewers throughout the City in order to alleviate sewer failures which may cause sewer backups, sanitary sewer overflows and costly, disruptive restoration. 5/1/2009 Construction of a hike/bike trail system connecting several neighborhoods, schools, parks, and amenities throughout the City of Hamtramck. It will serve as both a recreation asset, and create an option for alternative transportation. The planned network will also connect with the City of Detroit Non-motorized plan, the Dequinder Cut, and will ultimately integrate the City into a region wide net work of over 450 miles of trailways. 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1/2 mile of roadway 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1/2 mile of roadway 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1 mile of roadway 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1 mile of roadway 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1 mile of roadway 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1 mile of roadway 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1 1/4 mile of roadway 4/1/2009 Upgrade 80 year old water main and service connections, replacement of storm sewers to reduce flooding and repair 4 lane, 1 mile of roadway 4/1/2009

City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck

Hamtramck Trail Caniff Street Holbrook Street Gallagher Street Lumpkin Avenue Caniff Street Conant Avenue

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Mack to West City 620,000 Limit

640,000 Mack to Marter

820,000 Mack to Fairford

Mack to North 900,000 Renaud

2,000,000 North end of City

$

8,000,000 Various Locations

$ 8/31/2009 8/31/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 9/30/2009 $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

1,200,000 Jos. Campau to 2,500,000 Conant Jos. Campau to 2,500,000 Conant Carpenter to 2,700,000 Denton Carpenter to 3,300,000 Denton Jos. Campau to 4,500,000 Nagel Holbrook to 4,500,000 Hamtramck Drive Jos. Campau to St. 5,250,000 Aubin Carpenter to 5,500,000 Holbrook

Park Playscape Equipment

Veteran's Park used to have playscape equipment that was burned by vandals. The City has not had the funds to replace the equipment. The new equipment would draw more people into the park, and the equipment would be handicap accessible. 7/1/2009 The outdoor ice rink was widely used every year. Due to age, the chiller units need to be replaced as they can no longer be repaired. As part of the project we want to add a warming house and washrooms. 5/1/2009

October 31,2009

$

200,000

City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck

Replacement of an outdoor ice rink

October 31,2009

$

2,000,000

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City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck

Hamtranck City Promenade

Construction of a linear park/median system along Joseph Campau running from Caniff north to Carpenter. This new linear park will add valuable green space, which is at a premium in the City of Hamtramck’s dense, urban environment. The Promenade is envisioned to include a landscaped median, public art, pocket parks, and design elements that will allow for coordinated closure of all traffic lanes for large scale public events and festivals, effectively tripling the size of the park space. 4/1/2009 Currently the Fire Department is housed in a 75+ year old facility, Numerous repairs have been done simply to keep the facility operational. Upgrades have not addressed the need for upgrading equipment, enhanced facilities for equipment maintenance or training for the fire fighters. Upgrading is no longer a viable option, only replacement will work. 8/1/2009

October 31,2009

City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck

New Fire Station

City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck

The current City Hall is housed in an old, historic hospital building. While many upgrades have occurred, much more work is required in order to complete the Rehabilitation of the Current City Hall Building renovation and to make overall operations more efficient.

City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck

Currently the Hamtramck City Hall is housed in an old, historic hospital building. We have on old store which has the size and location that would be perfect for a new City Rehabilitation of Building for New City Hall Hall. If approved the current city Hall would be remodeled and converted for housing. 4/1/2009 Allows for these capabilities within the Public Works Department. Improves Engineering Plotter / Non Imaging Scanner turnaround and reduces overall cost of operations 7/1/2009 Allows for improved security for City facilities and for our residents by assuring the ID Card Equipment City employees are clearly identified 7/1/2009 Enhance the Police Department's capability to perform undercover and SCAT Covert Surveillance Equipment operations. 7/1/2009 Replaces current system which fails frequently and adds to problems in broadcasting Audio / Visual Upgrade for Council Chambers City Council meetings for our residents 7/1/2009 Installs wireless broadband in two public parks to allow for public access. Will Wireless Broadband for Public Spaces improve the overall utilization of the parks. 7/1/2009 Links the City Assessor with the County Assessor's Office allowing for "real time" transfer of information. Would eventually allow for a link through the City's website for use by citizens. 7/1/2009 Development of a new website to allow for more effective communications with our citizens and business people. 7/1/2009 Acquisition and installation of Laserfiche software and hardware to enhance the City's ability to track and retrieve documents 7/1/2009 Installation of security cameras in the downtown district to enhance security. Cameras would be monitored by the Police Department 7/1/2009

City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck Hamtramck

County Equalizer Data Link Website Enhancement

Document Imaging/ Management Software Wireless CCTV Cameras

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Hamtramck

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6,000,000

8,000,000

10,000,000 6,000 8,000 8,000 8,000 11,020

October 31,2009 October 31,2009 October 31,2009 11/30/2009

11/30/2009 11/30/2009 10/31/2009 10/31/2009

$ $ $ $

16,000 18,500 30,600 50,000

Purchase and installation of new personal computers and software in order to standardize applications throughout the City and enhance communcations. Installation of Mobile Date Computers in our Police cars. This will allow for faster running of information, running of LEIN inquiries, and filing of reports without having officers leave their vehicles

7/1/2009

10/31/2009

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In-Car Mobile Data Consoles

7/1/2009

11/30/2009

$

100,000

Income Tax Software

Replaces current 13 year old software which has become obsolete and is not longer supported by the distributor. Project enhances collection and reporting efforts, and improve overall cash flow. 7/1/2009 This will bring the City to the current State recommended communications platform allowing Hamtramck to communicate with Federal, State and Local agencies during an emergency

8/31/2009

$

101,307

City of Hamtramck

Hamtramck

Radio Upgrade Project

7/1/2009

8/31/2009

$

160,000

City of Harbor Beach

Harbor Beach

Insitu repair of municipal sewer lines

In situ lining of the municipal system with a rubberized material that will ensure the stability of the system.

Immediately when 60 days after contract is funds become awarded available

$

2,000,000

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City of Harbor Beach City of Harbor Beach

Harbor Beach Harbor Beach

Extension of water and sewer line to threshold Connecting onto existing city water and sewer lines and running those lines to the of Brownfield site threshold of the Brownfield site. Upgrade existing base and resurface 2 miles of roads Redevelop 2 miles of existing base and resurface with asphalt.

Immediately when 60 days after funds become contract is available awarded

City of Hart

City of Hart

Wood Street & Dryden Street Water/Sewer Improvements

This project would include replacement of a sanitary sewer, water main, Stormwater separation, and street replacement located at Wood Street and Dryden Street This project would include street, sewer, water and sidewalk replacement/improvements on Peach Street;which is the primary route for traffic to the Hart Public School campus. This project would consist of an extension of Johnson Street to 72nd Avenue to enhance safety to students and pedestrians, and security of the Hart Public School campus. Resurface both the North and South Chrysler I-75 service drives from 10 Mile Road to 8 Mile Road Restripe all surface streets and roads in the City

4/9/2009

City of Hart

City of Hart

Peach Street Improvements

6/9/2009

City of Hart City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park

Hart Public Schoos, City of Hart City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 City of Hazel Park, MI 48030 Highland Park Highland Park

Johnson Street Extension North and South Chrysler Service Drive Resurfacing City-wide surface street restriping

City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park

Annabelle Resurface Phase II Morehouse Resurface 9 Mile Road Maintainence

Resurface a 200' x 30' section of Annabelle (a residential street). The project would also include new sewers, catch basin, curbs, and sidewalks. Resurface a 200' x 30' section of Morehouse(a residential street). The project would also include new sewers, curbs, sidewalks, and an apron. Crack seal a 1 1/4 mile section of 9 Mile Road from Dequindre Road to West End Resurface a 500' x 30' section of Annabelle (a residential street). The project would also include a new catch basin, sewer work, new curbs and sidewalks.

City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park City of Hazel Park

Annabelle Resurface Phase I DPW Parking Lot W. Elza Resurface Phase I ADA upgrades

W. Elza Resurface Phase II W. George Resurface West End Resurface

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500,000 400,000 Intersection of Wood/Dryden, south on Dryden to 277,000 Wigton Street Peach Street, between W. Main Street and Johnson 550,000 Street Johnson Street between Peach Street and 72nd 389,000 Avenue

2,000,000 25,000

$ $ $

35,000 35,000 78,344

$ $ $ $ $ $ $

85,000 100,000 150,000 165,000 170,000 170,000 200,000

Install 75 new handicap ramps in sidewalks Resurface a 900' x 30' stretch of W. Elza (a residential street) from Ford Road to West End Road. Resurface a 900' x 30' stretch of W. George (a residential street) from John R Road to Ford Road. Resurface a one mile stretch the eastern half of West End (a residential street) from 8 Mile Road to 9 Mile Road. Resurface and install new curbs for Couzens Street. This project is for the entire 1/2 mile portion of Couzens Street that is located within the jurisdiction of Hazel Park.

Couzens Resurface City-wide Sidewalk Program

$ $ early spring '09 1/1/2010 1/1/2010 mid summer '09 12/31/2010 12/31/2010 $ $ $

250,000 100 17,000 6,000,000 25,000,000

Sidewalk program for new sidewalks throughout city New façade for City Hall Library Building Rehabilitation Rehabilitation throughout the entire Water Treatment Plant

City Hall Façade McGregor Building Water Treatment Plant Rehabilitation

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Location City or Township Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Highland Park Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City

Project Name Water Meter Remote Reads City-Wide Water Main Lining

Project Description Provide remote read capability for 4,000 residential accounts Cured-in-Place Lining throughout City

Start Date 1/1/2010 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 9/1/2009 5/1/2009 6/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 12/31/2010 8/31/2010 8/31/2010 12/31/2010 $ $ $

Funding Request 1,000,000 72,990,720 72,990,720 2,949,000 19,000 89,000 146,000 159,000 160,000 168,000 305,000 423,000 474,000 675,000 6,656,000 9,736,000 24,121,600 46,732,800 1,200,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City-Wide Sanitary Sewer Lining Cured-in-Place Lining throughout City NW Corner of City (West of Hamilton, north of Puritan) Replace 12,770 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main Oakland 8-inch WM Place 80 feet of main to loop the 8-inch and the 16-inch

Cottage Grove WM Replacement Replace 390 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main SE Corner of City (formerly Connecticut St.) WM Replacement Replace 630 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main John Glenn, JF Kennedy and Shawcross WM Replacement Replace 690 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main Parking Meters Fire Hydrant Replacement Candler WM Replacement Gerald WM Replacement Glendale, Second and Mulford WM Replacement Oakman, Kendall and Lincoln WM Replacement City-Wide Alley Pavement Rehabilitation Bituminous Street Rehabilitation Sidewalk Safety Improvements Concrete Road Rehabilitation Fire Truck - Ladder Truck Install 400 parking meters on Woodward and City lots Replacement of existing hydrants throughout the City

6/1/2009

Replace 1,320 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main Replace 1,830 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main

Replace 2,050 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main Replace 2,910 feet of 6-inch main with new 8-inch main 3-inch Bituminous Overlay

Hot-in-Place with 2-inch Bituminous Overlay

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Joint, Crack and Panel Repair and Replacement

RECONSTRUCT PARKING LOT # 1 DPW COMPLEX IMPROVEMENT RECONSTRUCT PARKING LOT # 1 DPW COMPLEX IMPROVEMENT TENNIS COURT REPLACEMENT AT BALDWIN PARK PLAY STRUCTURE FOR ARGYLE ST PARK PEDESTRIAN WALKING PATH ALONG LAKE RECONSTRUCT TENNIS COURTS AT BENNETT REC CTR REPLACE PARKING LOT AT BENNET RECREATION CTR RUNNING TRACK AT PAGE FIELD WATER TOWER PLANT IMPROVEMENTS Reconstruction of South Walnut Ave from Mason to Maple Reconstruction of North National Street from Grand River to Railroad

8/9/2009 8/9/2009 8/9/2009 8/9/2009 6/9/2009 7/9/2009 6/9/2009 7/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009

8/10/2009 8/10/2009 8/10/2009 8/10/2009 10/9/2009 10/9/2009 9/9/2009 10/9/2009 9/9/2009 10/9/2009 10/9/2009 5/10/2009 5/10/2009

$ $

Sibley & Michigan 1,184,500 Ave. 7,500,000 Sibley & Michigan Ave. 23,000 49,000 51,500 Howell City Park 120,000 189,000 Grand River Ave. 200,000 300,000 576,812 South Walnut North National 663,843 Street

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Location Submitting Agency City or Township City of Howell Howell City City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City

Project Name Water Treatment Plant Improvements East Clinton Reconstruction West Sibley Reconstruction Phase I Street Program Phase I Street Program East Clinton Reconstruction West Sibley Reconstruction South Walnut reconstruction North National Street Lake Pedestrian Path Bennett Center Parking Lot Improvements Tennis Court Replacement Running Track Upgrades Argyle Tennis Court Improvements - Bennett Water Treatment Plant Improvements Water Tower Improvements Asset Management - Phase II Catrell/Sutton Resurfacing Browning Street Lift station

Project Description WATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS Reconstruction of East Clinton from Michigan Avenue to National Street Reconstruction of West Sibley - Tompkins to Michigan Avenue PHASE I STREET IMPROVEMENT 4.575 MILES LOCAL STREET RECONSTRUCTION PHASE I STREET IMPROVEMENT 4.575 MILES LOCAL STREET RECONSTRUCTION Reconstruction of East Clinton from Michigan Avenue to National Street Reconstruction of West Sibley - Tompkins to Michigan Avenue Reconstruction of South Walnut Ave from Mason to Maple Reconstruction of North National Street from Grand River to Railroad PEDESTRIAN WALKING PATH ALONG LAKE

Start Date 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009

Expected Completion Date Funding Request 8/10/2009 $ 905,000 5/10/2009 5/10/2009 8/10/2009 $ $

Route (Infrastructure Only)

1,151,037 East Clinton Street 1,169,234 West Sibley Street Multiple Local 7,239,150 Streets Multiple Local Streets East Clinton Street West Sibley Street South Walnut North National Street Howell City Park Grand River Ave.

REPLACE PARKING LOT AT BENNET RECREATION CTR TENNIS COURT REPLACEMENT AT BALDWIN PARK RUNNING TRACK AT PAGE FIELD PLAY STRUCTURE FOR ARGYLE ST PARK RECONSTRUCT TENNIS COURTS AT BENNETT REC CTR WATER TREATMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS WATER TOWER PLANT IMPROVEMENTS RESURFACING BRIARHAVEN ST;MICROSEALING PHASE II & Rolling Oaks CATRELL ST REMILL/ RESURFACING BROWNING ST LIFT STATION REPLACEMENT

City of Howell

Howell City

Michigan Ave Rehab

City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Howell City of Huntington Woods

Howell City Howell City Howell City Howell City

Michigan Ave Rehab

Catrell/Sutton Resurfacing Browning Street Lift station Asset Management - Phase II Commuter Rail Project-WALLY North-South Commuter Rail

Huntington Woods, City, located in S.E. Oakland County ,MI

City of Huntington Woods City of Huntington Woods City of Huntington Woods

Huntington Woods, City, located in S.E. Oakland County ,MI Huntington Woods, City, located in S.E. Oakland County ,MI Huntington Woods, City, located in S.E. Oakland County ,MI

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Milling and Resurfacing of Michigan Ave from Grand River Ave to M-59. CATRELL ST REMILL/ RESURFACING BROWNING ST LIFT STATION REPLACEMENT RESURFACING BRIARHAVEN ST;MICROSEALING PHASE II & Rolling Oaks Construct five stations and institute operations for a north-south commuter rail from Howell to Ann Arbor on existing track. Replace light fixtures, windows, and HVAC Systems in the library and recreation center to reduce energy consumption by approximately 30%

5/9/2009 5/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009

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4/1/2009

7/1/2009

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620,000 Coolidge Hwy 11 Mile Road to I-696 Service Drive 2,640 linear feet

Coolidge Highway Reconstruction

Complete reconstruction of the northbound lanes to replace extremely deteriorated asphalt on a high traffic road. Replacement to include water mains, gate valves, and sewer lines as needed. The proposed concrete surface will match the concrete already existing on the southbound lanes. 6/1/2009 Replace light fixtures, windows, and HVAC Systems in the library and recreation center to reduce energy consumption by approximately 30%

12/1/2009

Energy Conservation Initiative

4/1/2009

7/1/2009 Main-line collector sewers in the city

Sewer Line Reconstruction

The re-lining and possible replacement (where required) of 50 to 75 year old main-line sanitary sewers 4/1/2009

9/1/2009

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Submitting Agency City of Huntington Woods

Location City or Township Huntington Woods, City, located in S.E. Oakland County ,MI

Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Sewer Line Reconstruction

The re-lining and possible replacement (where required) of 50 to 75 year old main-line sanitary sewers 4/1/2009 Complete reconstruction of the northbound lanes to replace extremely deteriorated asphalt on a high traffic road. Replacement to include water mains, gate valves, and sewer lines as needed. The proposed concrete surface will match the concrete already existing on the southbound lanes. 6/1/2009 The new collector pipes will collect the combined sanitary overflows from the uncontrolled eastern outfalls and will redirct the flows to the CSO Basin on Inkster Road

9/1/2009

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Main-line collector 875,000 sewers in the city Coolidge Hwy 11 Mile Road to I-696 Service Drive 2,850,000 2,640 linear feet

City of Huntington Woods

Huntington Woods, City, located in S.E. Oakland County ,MI

Coolidge Highway Reconstruction

12/1/2009

City of Inkster

City of Inkster

Eastern Outfalls CSO Control Project

10/1/2009

City of Inkster

City of Inkster

Harrison Road Reconstruction Project

From Henry Ruff to Michigan Ave. Reconstruction of road along with replacement of 12 inch water main and 36 inch storm pipe. The existing water main is more than 65 years old and the the breaks have contributed to the poor condition of the street. Will also improve the fire fighting requirements in terms of the water presure. 6/1/2009

City of Inkster City of Inkster City of Inkster

City of Inkster City of Inkster City of Inkster

City's major and Local streets which are in poor condition. Need water main replacement as well due to age and condition 1.9 Million gallon Retention and Treatment Basin for the western outfalls Farnum District sanitary releif sewer and pump station

The poor condition of these streets is due to their age and has been contributed by very volume of water main breaks. The water mains under these streets are more thatn 65 to70 years old. The current surface condition of the streets is very unsafe for the users, like the residents, Police and Fire departments 5/1/2009 To capture and treat the uncontrolled combined sanitary overflows from the city's western outfalls 1/1/2009 To mitigate Basement flooding and capacity issues in th district. PROJECT #2 The project proposes improvements to the City of Ionia's historic City Hall. City Hall, constructed in 1908, is in need of heating and cooling system upgrades and light fixture replacement / upgrading. Most of these components are well beyond their useful lives and do not permit the City to heat, cool and light the building in an efficient, environmentally conscious manner.

City of Ionia

City of Ionia

City Hall Renovations

City of Ionia

City of Ionia

PROJECT #1 The project proposes improvements to the City of Ionia's historic Ionia Armory which is utilized by the City as its community center. The Armory, constructed in 1908, is in need of new windows, tuck pointing and restroom upgrades. The new windows and tuck pointing will permit the City to achieve efficiencies in heating and cooling the building. The Armory is used for recreation programs and leagues sponsored by the City; acts as a meeting place for local non-profit groups such as the Ionia Lions club, Ionia Area Chamber of Commerce and Ionia Within 30 days of Within 120 days of notification notification $ Ionia Armory Community Center Renovations Ambassadors.

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5,000,000

12,000,000 19,500,000 4,500,000

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140,000 N/A

200,000 N/A

PROJECT #5 The project proposed the construction of a municipal parking lot on West Washington Street in downtown Ionia to serve the businesses located along the north side of Main street. This area currently lacks off-street municipal parking which hampers the re-sale and sale-ability of buildings located along these several blocks. The City proposed to redevelop a brownfield site into a 100 space municipal parking Within 120 days lot. of notification PROJECT #4 This project proposes the reconstruction of Lafayette Street in the City of Ionia so that water / sanitary sewer / storm sewer utilities may be replaced. A recent City Water System Master Plan revealed the need to upgrade / oversize the water main that is located along Lafayette street primarily to improve fire protection flows in served neighborhoods and water service reliability to Ionia county Memorial Hospital. Recent analysis also revealed the need to replace the aging sanitary and storm sewer mains located under Lafayette Street due to capacity concerns.

Within 240 days of notification $

800,000 N/A

Lafayette Street Infrastructure Upgrades

$

3,250,000 Lafayette Street

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City of Ionia

City of Ionia

Ionia Wastewater Treatment Plant Facility Improvements

PROJECT #3 The Ionia Area Wastewater Treatment Facility provides wastewater treatment services to the City of Ionia and Berlin, Easton, Ionia and Orange Townships. The facility also provides services to the five state of Michigan Department of Corrections facilities (prisons) located in Ionia. Originally constructed in 1965 and upgraded / expanded in 1991, a recent facilities assessment commissioned by the owners revealed that the facility needs $7 million in mechanical Within 120 days upgrades / component replacement in the next 5-7 years. of notification The City of Iron Mountain has completed a series of combined sewer separation projects. However there are still sewers located in the City that are combined sanitary and storm. One such area is West F Street located between Kimberly and Carpenter Avenue. The proposed improvements include the separation of the deteriorated combined sewer on West F Street, the replacement of watermain from Kimberly Avenue to Prospect Avenue, and associated storm sewer construction resulting in the separation of the combined sewer as shown on the attached drawing. This area has been included within proposed project planning and design stages, however has not been constructed due to budget constraints. 7/1/2009

Within 365 days of notification $

City of Iron Mountain

City of Iron Mountain

F Street Sewer Replacement

City of Iron Mountain

City of Iron Mountain

Lehman Avenue Sewer Installation

The proposed project includes the installation of new sanitary sewers to an unsewered portion of the City of Iron Mountain along Lehman Avenue. This area contains a large Resort which currently operates its own on-site treatment facility. A key factor of importance for this project is the fact that this area is within the City's Wellhead Protection Area for its only water system production wells. Therefore the installation of sewers in this area is an important step in protecting the City's current aquifer. 9/1/2009

City of Iron Mountain

City of Iron Mountain

City Wide Sewer System Improvements Project

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In 2007 the City of Iron Mountain completed a Project Plan through the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality’s (MDEQ) State Revolving Fund (SRF) program. This Project Plan included an evaluation of the City’s Sanitary Sewer System and identified system needs. The Project Plan identified six (6) Principal Project Alternatives (phases) which were recommended to be completed. They are as follows: The W Pump Station phase which includes the complete reconstruction of the sanitary sewer pump station located on West B Street. The East A Street Sewer phase which includes the replacement of deteriorated collection piping on East A Street. Pump Station Radio Telemetry phase which includes the installation of radio telemetry equipment at each of the City’s pump stations and provisions for integration into the existing radio control panel at the DPW building. The backup power phase which includes the installation of generator receptacles at all the City’s remaining pump stations and the procurement of a portable Generator to provide backup power. The West B and West C Street phase which includes the replacement of deteriorated 9/1/2009

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11/1/2010

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Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Telemetry

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES recommended that the City install a radio telemetry system at all three (3) lift stations to provide greater reliability in the event of a problem with the lift stations. Currently the City only has one (1) lift station with a telephone dialer that is working properly. This project will provide greater reliability and faster response in an emergency and eliminate dedicated phone lines to each lift station which is extremely costly. This project entails the full replacement of the existing lift station telemetry with radio telemetry. 6/1/2009

10/1/2009

$

45,000

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Local Street Resurfacing & Reconstruction

The City of Iron River's local streets are severely deteriorated and have been patched numerous times over the past 50 years. Most of the local roads were paved during the mining days and are way past their useful life. The proposed project would entail cold milling and resurfacing with new ashpalt pavement. This project could begin immediately after funding becomes available as no significant design or permits will be required. 5/1/2009

11/15/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

City Hall building restoration and enrgy improvements

The three-story Iron River City Municipal building was constructed in 1914. It houses the usual municipal offices and the top floor is used for young adult programs in conjunction with the local school system. In the mid 50’s, all the original windows were replaced with glass block. The buildings’ roof is constructed of a non-insulated wood deck covered with tar. The roofing material has been replaced with a modern membrane roof, but remains inadequately insulated. The building exterior has fallen into a state of disrepair. In this project, all windows will be replaced with high energy rated windows which resemble the appearance of the original units. The roof will be properly insulated to reduce heat loss and gain. The building exterior will be cleaned, the mortar joints tuck pointed, defective or missing bricks replaced, and the loose fascia and cornice repaired. 5/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

GIS Development and Implementation

The City of Iron River has been developing a Geographic Information System (GIS) to accurately record mapping records, locations of valves and hydrants, record operating costs and ages of electrically operated pumps and equipments, map resident locations, and assist in the management of many other community assets. The City wishes to continue working with its consultant to continue improving this system. The successful development and implementation of this program will result in engergy savings, enhanced emergency response time, and increased reliability of the many utilities the City operates. The estimated project cos to complete the implementation of this program is $90,000. This project is "shovel ready" and can continue to proceed as soon as funds are available. 5/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Ice Lake Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Improvements

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The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. Based on the aged condition of the electrical service and controls at the Ice Lake Lift Station the SSES recommended that improvements be made to this lift station. It was also recommended that a permanent on-site backup power generator also be installed due to the inability of the City’s Department of Public Works (DPW) to access this lift station by vehicle all year round due to its location. This project entails the construction of a new control panel, site electrical upgrades, on-site standby generator, and sealing of the wet well penetrations. 6/1/2009

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2,500,000

390,000

9/15/2009

$

90,000

10/1/2009

$

46,000

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Lay Avenue Streetscape and Street Reconstruction

The proposed Lay Avenue Streetscape Enhancement portion of this project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Lay Avenue from Amber Street north to Highway US-2 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings, corner enhancements, major gateways and a traffic circle (round-a-bout) will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. The proposed project would also entail full reconstruction of Lay Avenue from Highway US-2 north to Franklin Street and Franklin Street from Lay Avenue west to River Avenue which includes subgrade undercutting, subbase, aggregate base, new bituminous pavement, ADA sidewalks and ramps, and general restoration. This p5/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Ice Lake Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Improvements

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. Based on the aged condition of the electrical service and controls at the Ice Lake Lift Station the SSES recommended that improvements be made to this lift station. It was also recommended that a permanent on-site backup power generator also be installed due to the inability of the City’s Department of Public Works (DPW) to access this lift station by vehicle all year round due to its location. This project entails the construction of a new control panel, site electrical upgrades, on-site standby generator, and sealing of the wet well penetrations. 6/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Telemetry

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

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The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES recommended that the City install a radio telemetry system at all three (3) lift stations to provide greater reliability in the event of a problem with the lift stations. Currently the City only has one (1) lift station with a telephone dialer that is working properly. This project will provide greater reliability and faster response in an emergency and eliminate dedicated phone lines to each lift station which is extremely costly. This project entails the full replacement of the existing lift station telemetry with radio telemetry. 6/1/2009

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10/1/2009

The City of Iron River's local streets are severely deteriorated and have been patched numerous times over the past 50 years. Most of the local roads were paved during the mining days and are way past their useful life. The proposed project would entail cold milling and resurfacing with new ashpalt pavement. This project could begin immediately after funding becomes available as no significant design or permits will be required. 5/1/2009

11/15/2009

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Lay Avenue Streetscape and Street Reconstruction

The proposed Lay Avenue Streetscape Enhancement portion of this project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Lay Avenue from Amber Street north to Highway US-2 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings, corner enhancements, major gateways and a traffic circle (round-a-bout) will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. The proposed project would also entail full reconstruction of Lay Avenue from Highway US-2 north to Franklin Street and Franklin Street from Lay Avenue west to River Avenue which includes subgrade undercutting, subbase, aggregate base, new bituminous pavement, ADA sidewalks and ramps, and general restoration. This p5/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

City Hall building restoration and enrgy improvements

The three-story Iron River City Municipal building was constructed in 1914. It houses the usual municipal offices and the top floor is used for young adult programs in conjunction with the local school system. In the mid 50’s, all the original windows were replaced with glass block. The buildings’ roof is constructed of a non-insulated wood deck covered with tar. The roofing material has been replaced with a modern membrane roof, but remains inadequately insulated. The building exterior has fallen into a state of disrepair. In this project, all windows will be replaced with high energy rated windows which resemble the appearance of the original units. The roof will be properly insulated to reduce heat loss and gain. The building exterior will be cleaned, the mortar joints tuck pointed, defective or missing bricks replaced, and the loose fascia and cornice repaired. 5/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

GIS Development and Implementation

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The City of Iron River has been developing a Geographic Information System (GIS) to accurately record mapping records, locations of valves and hydrants, record operating costs and ages of electrically operated pumps and equipments, map resident locations, and assist in the management of many other community assets. The City wishes to continue working with its consultant to continue improving this system. The successful development and implementation of this program will result in engergy savings, enhanced emergency response time, and increased reliability of the many utilities the City operates. The estimated project cos to complete the implementation of this program is $90,000. This project is "shovel ready" and can continue to proceed as soon as funds are available. 5/1/2009

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High Priority Sanitary Sewer Pipe Replacement for I/I Removal

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES identified several improvements to the sanitary sewer system for removal of additional I/I which was designated as a lower priority to the highest priority pipe replacement for excessive I/I removal. These improvements were identified due to infiltration being present during televising and recommended for replacement as soon as funds become available. This project entails the construction of approximately 2,200 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, replacement of sanitary sewer laterals within the public R.O.W., new sanitary sewer manholes and general landscape and public street reconstruction. 9/1/2009

10/1/2010

$

609,000

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Sanitary Sewer Pipe Replacement for Structural Reasons

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES identified improvements to the sanitary sewer system where the existing piping is in need of replacement due to structural reasons. These improvements were recommended in the SSES and should be undertaken by the City as soon as funding becomes available. These sanitary sewers are severely deteriorated and are susceptible to collapsing at any time. This project entails the construction of approximately 5,400 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, replacement of sanitary sewer laterals within the public R.O.W., new sanitary sewer manholes and general landscape and public street reconstruction. 9/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Riverside Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Replacement

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES recommended that the Riverside Lift Station be completely replaced in the near future due to the deteriorating condition of the wet well. The controls and electrical system are operational for now but are antiquated and in need of replacement once funds become available. This lift station is critical in serving as it serves the largest commercial development along with a laundromat and hospital. The failure of this lift station could have dire consequences. This project entails the full replacement of this lift station including new controls and electrical system upgrades, new wet well and valve vault, new pumps and valves, and 300 linear feet of HDPE forcemain to be directionally bored beneath the Iron River. 9/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

North District Sanitary Sewer Connection

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This Homer Road septic tank and drain field site has been under scrutiny from the MDEQ in recent years due to high flows and elevated levels of pollutants observed in groundwater samples. Due to these reasons, the connection of this sewered area to the City’s Central District is a priority and should be constructed as soon as funds become available. This project entails the construction of approximately 5,200 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, 14 new sanitary sewer manholes, 3,500 linear feet of HDPE sanitary sewer forcemain, two (2) new sewer lift stations, backup standby power generator, and general landscape and public street reconstruction. 9/1/2009

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$

225,000

10/1/2010

$

920,000

Water Distribution System Improvements

The City of Iron River’s Hunter Road water system is in need of system upgrades and improvements to improve reliability. Currently this water system does not have a backup well. The MDEQ is requiring the City to provide mechanical reliability for this water system which entails the construction of a new water well, well house, and transmission main. The City’s current telemetry system for the entire water system consists of dedicated phone lines for each site (total of 7) which is not very reliable and is costly to operate each month. It has been identified that the City replace this antiquated telemetry system with a radio system which is more reliable and more cost effective to operate. Past studies also identified other system improvements in its Central District water system consisting of watermain replacement due to deteriorated piping which is an ongoing maintenance problem along with eliminating several deadend water mains to reduce the potential for these water lines to freeze during winter months and to improve water quality in these areas. 9/1/2009

10/1/2010

$

950,000

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Highest Priority Sanitary Sewer Pipe Replacement for Excessive I/I Removal

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. This SSES identified several projects where improvements to the sanitary sewer system which must be made in order to remove excessive I/I in a sufficient amount to meet the conditions for their current Administrative Consent Order (ACO). It is estimated these improvements will remove enough I/I so that the City can meet the flow requirements set by West Iron County Sewer Authority (WICSA) for a 25 Year, 24 Hour storm event and allow all three (3) of the City’s lift stations to be able to pump the flows for the same storm event with the largest pump out of service. These improvements included areas where complete sanitary sewer pipe replacement was recommended along with areas where catch basins are still connected to the sanitary sewer system and need to be disconnected. This project entails the construction of approximately 13,500 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, 3,100 linear feet of sanitary sewer laterals, 79/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Washington Avenue Reconstruction

This project entails the reconstruction of Washington Avenue from Evergreen Street to Amber Street which is approximately 1,500 linear feet of roadway. This roadway is in very poor condition and badly in need of reconstruction. The existing asphalt and concrete pavement will be removed along with the existing sidewalks and curb and gutter. The roadway will be reconstructed to the cross section as identified in the City’s Streetscape Master Plan which includes narrowing the roadway and widening the sidewalks to provide greater walkability of this downtown area. New subbase and aggregate base will be constructed along with new asphalt, curb and gutter, concrete sidewalk, and decorative sidewalk pavers to keep with the City’s Streetscape Master Plan. 9/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Highest Priority Sanitary Sewer Pipe Replacement for Excessive I/I Removal

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The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. This SSES identified several projects where improvements to the sanitary sewer system which must be made in order to remove excessive I/I in a sufficient amount to meet the conditions for their current Administrative Consent Order (ACO). It is estimated these improvements will remove enough I/I so that the City can meet the flow requirements set by West Iron County Sewer Authority (WICSA) for a 25 Year, 24 Hour storm event and allow all three (3) of the City’s lift stations to be able to pump the flows for the same storm event with the largest pump out of service. These improvements included areas where complete sanitary sewer pipe replacement was recommended along with areas where catch basins are still connected to the sanitary sewer system and need to be disconnected. This project entails the construction of approximately 13,500 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, 3,100 linear feet of sanitary sewer laterals, 79/1/2009

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10/1/2010

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$ 2,209,000

10/1/2010

$

1,691,000

10/1/2010

High Priority Sanitary Sewer Pipe Replacement for I/I Removal

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES identified several improvements to the sanitary sewer system for removal of additional I/I which was designated as a lower priority to the highest priority pipe replacement for excessive I/I removal. These improvements were identified due to infiltration being present during televising and recommended for replacement as soon as funds become available. This project entails the construction of approximately 2,200 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, replacement of sanitary sewer laterals within the public R.O.W., new sanitary sewer manholes and general landscape and public street reconstruction. 9/1/2009

10/1/2010

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Sanitary Sewer Pipe Replacement for Structural Reasons

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES identified improvements to the sanitary sewer system where the existing piping is in need of replacement due to structural reasons. These improvements were recommended in the SSES and should be undertaken by the City as soon as funding becomes available. These sanitary sewers are severely deteriorated and are susceptible to collapsing at any time. This project entails the construction of approximately 5,400 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, replacement of sanitary sewer laterals within the public R.O.W., new sanitary sewer manholes and general landscape and public street reconstruction. 9/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Riverside Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Replacement

The City of Iron River completed a Sanitary Sewer Evaluation Study (SSES) in June o 2008 which was required by the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan Requirements due to excessive Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) in the existing sanitary sewer system. The SSES recommended that the Riverside Lift Station be completely replaced in the near future due to the deteriorating condition of the wet well. The controls and electrical system are operational for now but are antiquated and in need of replacement once funds become available. This lift station is critical in serving as it serves the largest commercial development along with a laundromat and hospital. The failure of this lift station could have dire consequences. This project entails the full replacement of this lift station including new controls and electrical system upgrades, new wet well and valve vault, new pumps and valves, and 300 linear feet of HDPE forcemain to be directionally bored beneath the Iron River. 9/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

North District Sanitary Sewer Connection

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This Homer Road septic tank and drain field site has been under scrutiny from the MDEQ in recent years due to high flows and elevated levels of pollutants observed in groundwater samples. Due to these reasons, the connection of this sewered area to the City’s Central District is a priority and should be constructed as soon as funds become available. This project entails the construction of approximately 5,200 linear feet of sanitary sewer main, 14 new sanitary sewer manholes, 3,500 linear feet of HDPE sanitary sewer forcemain, two (2) new sewer lift stations, backup standby power generator, and general landscape and public street reconstruction. 9/1/2009

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7/1/2010

10/1/2010

Water Distribution System Improvements

The City of Iron River’s Hunter Road water system is in need of system upgrades and improvements to improve reliability. Currently this water system does not have a backup well. The MDEQ is requiring the City to provide mechanical reliability for this water system which entails the construction of a new water well, well house, and transmission main. The City’s current telemetry system for the entire water system consists of dedicated phone lines for each site (total of 7) which is not very reliable and is costly to operate each month. It has been identified that the City replace this antiquated telemetry system with a radio system which is more reliable and more cost effective to operate. Past studies also identified other system improvements in its Central District water system consisting of watermain replacement due to deteriorated piping which is an ongoing maintenance problem along with eliminating several deadend water mains to reduce the potential for these water lines to freeze during winter months and to improve water quality in these areas. 9/1/2009

10/1/2010

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Washington Avenue Reconstruction

This project entails the reconstruction of Washington Avenue from Evergreen Street to Amber Street which is approximately 1,500 linear feet of roadway. This roadway is in very poor condition and badly in need of reconstruction. The existing asphalt and concrete pavement will be removed along with the existing sidewalks and curb and gutter. The roadway will be reconstructed to the cross section as identified in the City’s Streetscape Master Plan which includes narrowing the roadway and widening the sidewalks to provide greater walkability of this downtown area. New subbase and aggregate base will be constructed along with new asphalt, curb and gutter, concrete sidewalk, and decorative sidewalk pavers to keep with the City’s Streetscape Master Plan. 9/1/2009

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Highway US-2 Streetscape Enhancements

As the City of Iron River’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) moves forward with preliminary layouts for the River District and overall Streetscape Master Plan completed in 2007, and the Iron River Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint 2006, an opportunity exists to combine the efforts with the proposed MDOT Highway US-2 reconstruction project and other City infrastructure projects. The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Highway US-2 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, and major gateways will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the pr 5/1/2010

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Highway M-189 Streetscape Enhancements

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As the City of Iron River’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) moves forward with preliminary layouts for the River District and overall Streetscape Master Plan completed in 2007, and the Iron River Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint 2006, an opportunity exists to combine the efforts with the proposed MDOT Highway M-189 reconstruction project and other City infrastructure projects. The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Highway M-189 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, and major gateways will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the pr 5/1/2010

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11/15/2010

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850,000

Old Town District Streetscape

The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Genesee Street from Hwy M-189 west to Sixth Avenue within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, and an urban street plaza will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and wayfinding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. 5/1/2010

11/15/2010

$

375,000

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Business District Streetscape

The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Genesee Street from Hwy M-189 east to River Avenue within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements and "pocket parks" will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. 5/1/2010

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

River District Streetscape

The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along River Avenue from Hwy US-2 south to Genesee Street and Genesee Street from River Avenue east to Highway US-2 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, major gateways and a traffic circle (round-a-bout) will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. 5/1/2010

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Highway US-2 Streetscape Enhancements

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As the City of Iron River’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) moves forward with preliminary layouts for the River District and overall Streetscape Master Plan completed in 2007, and the Iron River Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint 2006, an opportunity exists to combine the efforts with the proposed MDOT Highway US-2 reconstruction project and other City infrastructure projects. The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Highway US-2 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, and major gateways will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the pr 5/1/2010

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City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Highway M-189 Streetscape Enhancements

As the City of Iron River’s Downtown Development Authority (DDA) moves forward with preliminary layouts for the River District and overall Streetscape Master Plan completed in 2007, and the Iron River Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint 2006, an opportunity exists to combine the efforts with the proposed MDOT Highway M-189 reconstruction project and other City infrastructure projects. The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Highway M-189 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, and major gateways will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the pr 5/1/2010

City of Iron River

City of Iron River

Old Town District Streetscape

The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Genesee Street from Hwy M-189 west to Sixth Avenue within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, and an urban street plaza will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and wayfinding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. 5/1/2010

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City of Iron River

Business District Streetscape

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The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along Genesee Street from Hwy M-189 east to River Avenue within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements and "pocket parks" will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. 5/1/2010

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River District Streetscape

The proposed City Streetscape Enhancement project is intended to improve the aesthetics along River Avenue from Hwy US-2 south to Genesee Street and Genesee Street from River Avenue east to Highway US-2 within the City of Iron River and maintain the themes of the City’s Streetscape Master Plan and Cool Cities Downtown Blueprint, improve the walk-ability within the City’s Downtown, and provide furnishings for recreational enhancement. Decorative sidewalk paving, improved street lighting, barrier-free ramps at intersections, stop bars and striping delineation at crosswalks, decorative plantings (street trees, bushes), corner enhancements, major gateways and a traffic circle (round-a-bout) will be the main components of the enhancement projects. Welcome signs, decorative street signs, banners, and way-finding signage for tourists are also important components of the project. 5/1/2010

11/15/2010

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City of Ishpeming

Ishpeming, MI

Ishpeming Area Wastewater Treatment Facility, Class "A" Sludge Addition

The Ishpeming Area Joint Wastewater Treatment Facility is in the process of final design for a biosolids dryer to produce a class "A" exceptional quality biosolids product. This product will be used for soil enhancement to the general public. The reuse of these biosolids will eliminate the disposal to the county landfill, therefore prolonging the life of the landfill and saving taxpayers as well as user of this system money. The project costs have been estimated at $1,496,000.00. The dryer will reduce the biosolids to 90% solids from the current 14% solids. This facility is owner by the City of Ishpeming and the Township of Ishpeming and currently serves approximately 8,500 users. This facility is also used by the area communities for disposal of their septage, the landfill for leachate disposal as needed and MDOT for disposal of their highway catch basin sediment. 7/1/2009

City of Ishpeming

Ishpeming, MI

Partridge Creek Diversion

Replace existing failed brick 66"-78"storm sewer. Originally constructed as a combined sewer in the 1800's, it also enclosed Partridge Creek which flowed through the central business district of Ishpeming. In 1971, at the request of the Michigan Department of Public Health, the flow from Partridge Creek was diverted into the inactive underground mine workings which discharged to Carp Creek and subsequently Deer Lake and then to Lake Superior. In 2006, a court orded consent judgment required that Partridge Creek be diverted from the underground mine works to eliminate mercury discharges to Carp Creek, Deer Lake, and Lake Superior. Deer Lake is a federally designated Area-Of-Concern. Before Partridge Creek is diverted back to the City sewer, it must be rebuilt. An engineering study has been completed which recommends a 12' by 6' box culvert. This project would include the restoration of 3000' of stream which is presently enclosed. 7/1/2009 The existing boilers ars standard effciency, natural gas fueled boilers which do not have adequate capacity to heat the building above 63 degrees during cold weather conditions. New, high efficiency boilers will have adequate heating capacity and use less fuel than presently being consumed. 5/1/2009 Existing complex has inefficient boilers, old lighting, old windows and old overhead doors. Boilers to be replaced with multiple, high efficiency natural gas fired units. Infloor radiant heating to be installed where applicable to reduce lost heat. Windows to be upgraded to energy saving thermopanes. Lighting system to be replaced with energy saving fixtures. 6/1/2009

City of Ishpeming

Ishpeming, MI

Ishpeming Senior Center Heating System Improvements

City of Ishpeming

Ishpeming, MI

DPW Garage, Firehall and Police Station Complex Heating and Lighting System upgrades

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Ishpeming, MI

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Install 3,060 feet of 8" & Sanitary Sewer and 3,090 feet of DI Water Main to provide service to proposed commercial development to employ 75 people at two 40 room motels, a 120 seat restaurant and a 6 module strip mall. Land owner/developer has demonstrated success with the Country Village Shopping Center located " mile East of this parcel. Development is not possible until water and sewer service are extended to this area. This new development will be constructed by local contractors and will serve both local residents and tourists, providing both short term and long term employment. 6/1/2009

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City of Ishpeming

Ishpeming, MI

Flood Relief-Second and Third Streets

Replacement and upgrading of 850 feet of existing road and alley surface and 1,750 feet of storm sewer and 650 feet of Cast Iron water main. All storm sewer and water main have approximately 90 years of continuous service and have outlived their design life. Residences and businesses served by the under sized storm sewer are subject to flooding in the spring when large snow melts lead to heavy runoff or during heavy rain event. This flooding causes annual expense to the City in the form of property damage claims against the City, additional City labor costs and inconvenience to local business people and residences. The cast iron water mains currently serving 2nd Street have brittled with age and are subject to catastrophic breaking, leading to interruption of service to local residences and businesses. Replacement of the cast iron with new, ductile iron water main would increase the reliability of the system. The project can be ready for construction within 90 days after funding is available and will provide instant jobs for local contractors and sales for local suppliers. 6/1/2009

City of Ishpeming

Ishpeming, MI

Hematite Drive & Malton Road Infrastructure and road construction

Construction of 11,800 feet of bituminous roadway and associated storm water drainage. Also install 9,800 feet of 8" DI watermain and 8,800 feet of sanitary sewer. This would provide access and infrastructure to a presently vacant 600 acre parcel of property which the city purchased from the mining company and enable planned development to take place. This development would include up to 200 single family residences, multi family residential units, professional offices and general commercial development. In addition to the jobs created during the actual construction of the roadway, there will be a long term increase in employment by local contractors as the development takes place. There will also be increased long term employment related to the professional offices, commercial development. 9/1/2009

City of Ishpeming

Ishpeming, MI

Second & Third Street Infrastructure Improvements

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Replace 8,500 feet of existing paved street, 4,200 feet of storm sewer and 9,000 feet of CI water main (both) approximately 90 years old). Street pavement, curbs, sidewalks, curb inlets and storm sewer will be replaced. Existing sanitary sewer is in good condition. Water main is subject to failure and in constant need of repair. Asphalt pavement is deteriorated and patched from water main repairs. Both streets are certified as Major Streets on the Ishpeming street system and provide access between US 41 and the downtown commercial area. More that 200 homes and businesses front on these streets. New water mains will increase pressure and reduce operating costs. Asphalt surface will be removed and recycled, handicapped ramps will be constructed at intersections. 7/1/2009 Extend streets, water and sanitary sewer to serve proposed 20 lot residential subdivision. City purchased property from the mining company and has a developer planning to build residential houses. Project is stalled until infrastructure improvements can be constructed. Site is adjacent to existing residential development which minimizes infrastructure costs. City has minimal land suitable for residential development.Extend streets, water and sanitary sewer to serve proposed 20 lot residential subdivision 6/1/2009

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414,000 Multiple City 280,000 Locations Mulitiple City 250,000 locations Center St and 200,000 Union Rd

Replace and Upgrade Watermain Service Lines Alarm/monitoring System for City Wells, Water Towers and Lift Stations New Production Well to provide water service to residents

4/13/2009 1/2/2009 1/22/2009

Water and Sewer System Telemetry Production Well

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City of Ithaca City of Ithaca City of Ithaca

City of Ithaca City of Ithaca City of Ithaca

St. Johns Street Sanitary Sewer Extension Water Metering System Wastewater Lagoon

Extend Sanitary Sewer to current residents, businesses and potential housing development possibilities Install a Fixed Based Network meter reading system for more efficient monitoring of water consumption, resources and loss control Upgrade Controls on Lagoon Sanitary Lift Station

1/20/2009 5/1/2009 6/1/2009

6/15/2009 7/1/2009 7/10/2009

City of Ithaca City of Ithaca City of Ithaca City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Ithaca City of Ithaca City of Ithaca City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

Road Reconstruction Sidewalk and Crossing Replacements Industrial Park Storm Water Detention Pond

Crush and Shape HMA Pavement

5/4/2009

Replace and Upgrade Sidewalks and Crossings to meet ADA requirements 5/4/2009 Installation and creation of a Storm Water Detention Pond for Growing Michigan Certified Industrial Park 10/15/2008 Riverview Lift Station - Renovation and Equipment Upgrade Gravity Sanitary Sewer to replace Burke Court Ejector Station Parking system infrastructure improvements Water Pumping Station Improvements and replacement of building station structures and equipment Replacement of deteriorated equipment and facilities at Water Reclamation Plant, including Raw Sewage Pumps, Site Heat loop system and other major equipment Intersection Improvements at Parkview Avenue and Oakland Drive - widen to Improve capacity and safety Arboretum Parkway/Solon/Howard Intersection Improvements (2 roundabouts) Portage Street Streetscape, Phase I

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Portage City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

Water Pump Station #8

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

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Secondary Process Improvements - Enhanced Biological Phosphorus Removal System and fine bubble aeration system. Significant energy savings of $500,000/yr. Replace existing Water Pump Station #8, including design & construction, with a new PS #8 on a recently purchased parcel adjacent to the existing pump station property. The new station will provide improved water quality through addition of iron removal and increased finishe water supply of 3 MGD. 1/30/2009 Design and construct a sewer from the Tertiary Mud well into the Recycle Pump Station Paving of cemetery roads Energy efficient lighting renovations for City Hall and other City Building Edwards Street conversion to two-way Replace lead water services Placement of sidewalk in areas where sidewalk is defici

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1,000,000 1,300,000 1,400,000 3,340,000

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City Hall Improvements - Roof replacement, security system installation - Upgrade deteriorated Budget & Accounting facilities and Treasury Dept. ADA Upgrade. Upgrade City Centrex Phone System Replace the three existing bar screens in the Raw Pump Building Painting of exterior of Mt. Olivet, Dartmouth, and Edgemoor water storage tanks New and replacement Water Main as a result of Public Works projects or substandard main due to size, condition Arcadia Trunk Sanitary Relief Sewer - Ransom Street Citywide ADA Sidewalk Ramp Improvements Replacement of Water Pumping Station #8

9/1/2010 4/1/2010 6/1/2010 11/15/2009 12/31/2009 11/15/2009 7/1/2010

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City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

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Location City or Township City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

Project Name

Project Description Bronson Park Improvements - Install 17 above ground pedestals with electric receptacles and timers New Process Analyzers for Phosphorus levels Water Street (Pitcher to Kalamazoo) Mill and resurface Water Pumping System - Replacement of old and worn pump and motors that can not be repaired Computer hardware and software for water and wastewater support staff Replace the remaining Distributed Control Units (DCU 2000s) with the updated DCU 3200s and upgrade conductor software to most recent revision Davis Street (Wheaton to Lovell Street) Mill and resurface Lovers Lane (Cork to Royce) Mill and resurface Reed Street (Burdick to Portage Street) Mill and resurface S. Burdick (Cork to Crescent Drive) Mill and resurface Scattered Site Paving: Milling and reconstruction of intersections and small sections of streets Cork Street (Burdick to W of Lovers Lane) Mill and resurface

Start Date

Expected Completion Date 10/1/2009 8/1/2009 11/15/2009 12/1/2009 11/1/2009 $ $ $ $

Funding Request 35,000 50,000 51,000 70,000 130,000

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City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo

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Update deteriorated instrumentation, variable frequency drives, actuators, controls and electrical equipment at the Water Reclamation Plant, as well as upgrade to telemetry to Lift Stations Parkview Avenue - Non-motorized pathway and bridge at Cherry Creek Install new tertiary screw pump with the open design in place of existing New and replacement sewers as well as the lining of sewers prone to I & Remarcite Kik Pool - New plaster in entire pool, repair and replace tiles in lane line, feather new plaster into gutter Axtell Creek (at National City) Stormwater Improvement Project Burr Oak Court Street & Streetscape Improvements Improvements to Soisson/Rapzez/Clason Field - New scoreboard, PA system, and Restroom Improvements Big Lots (Near Kilgore & Westnedge) Stormwater Improvement Project Stuart/Fairmount Community Center - Remodel and Renovations Portage Creek Urban Stormwater Treatment Project Portage Creek Milham Park Fish Passage Restoration Project Washington Square Neighborhood Retail Center - Renovation of an existing building in a State-designated "Cool Cities" target area N. Park & N. Westnedge Streetscape Improvements Demolition of Public Station #4 on Rose Street to green space and demolition of Cedar Street Training Center Sidewalk Replacement - N. Park & N. Westnedge (4 miles of sidewalk) Business Loop I-94 - Business Loop Gateway Improvements, Phase Crane Park - Redevelopment of park, demolition, ADA accessibility improvements, parking improvements & landscaping Northside Community Recreation Center - Renovation of an existing building in a State-designated "Cool Cities" target area Woods Lake - Redevelopment of park, demolition, walkways, ADA accessibility, restroom/shelter, play land, landscaping & park furnishings Additional (10) Public Safety Officers Home Weatherization for low-moderate income households Family Health Center Expansion KVET Multi-Jurisdictional Narcotics Task Force Operational Expenses (NonPersonnel) Replace Public Safety Fire Engine 5, Fire Engine 3, and Fire Truck 4

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Project Description Facility expansion of administrative office area as part of transition of Kalamazoo Metro Transit from a city department to the governance of a county-wide transit authority Acquire and install an integrated, comprehensive management/customer service automatic vehicle locator (AVL) system Construct 60' x 300' concrete and steel passenger canopy over the AMTRAK rail platform at the Kalamazoo Transportation Center Firearms Range at Public Safety Training Complex

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City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kentwood City of Kentwood City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing

City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kalamazoo City of Kentwood City of Kentwood Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Wastwater Collection System Improvements Water Distribution System Improvements Sign Shop/Sweeper Barn Energy Improvements Police Firing Range

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Boiler with Controls 9/9/2009 Mechanical Unit Replacement with Controls 9/9/2009 Lighting Replacement with Control System; Boiler with Controls; Energy Management Fenner Nature Center System 9/9/2009 Miller Road Community Center Energy Boiler with Controls; Lighting Replacement with Control System; Energy Management Improvements System 9/9/2009 Boiler with Controls; Energy Management System with Transfer System; Lighting Fire Station #2 Replacement with Control System 9/9/2009 Boiler with Controls; Energy Management System with Transfer System; Lighting Fire Station #10 Replacement with Control System 9/9/2009 Service Garage Energy Improvements Mechanical Unit Replacement with Controls; Insulate Ceiling Area 9/9/2009 Boiler with Controls; Energy Management System; Lighting Replacement with Control Gier Community Center Energy Improvements System 9/9/2009 Foster Community Center Energy Boiler with Controls; Energy Management System; Lighting Replacement with Control Improvements System 9/9/2009 Letts Community Center Energy Boiler with Controls; Energy Management System; Lighting Replacement with Control Improvements System 9/9/2009 Energy Efficient Window Replacement; Replace Chiller Unit; Insulate Plaza Ceiling Area; Energy Management System; Lighting Control System; Mechanical Unit Replacement with Controls

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

City Hall Energy Improvements

City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing

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Update Data Center New Fire Station

Redundant Fiber Optic System MLK Jr Blvd & Willow intersection Improvements Consumer's Right of Way Non-Motorized Pathway

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Modernization of City's 30 year old data center, new floor, new fire suppression system, improved environmental monitoring, video surveillance, enhanced security, HVAC improvements. Build New Fire Station and Training Center to Replace Obsolete Facilities Install redundant fiber optic voice/video/data communications network. To improve reliability of system, especially during disasters Reconfigure intersection to provide center turn lane for MLK Jr. Blvd.

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9/9/2009

9/10/2009

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6/9/2009 9/9/2009 6/9/2009 7/9/2009

12/9/2009 9/10/2009 12/9/2009 9/9/2009 7/10/2009 12/9/2009 12/9/2009 12/9/2009

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750,000 3,200,000 1,000,000 MLK Jr Blvd & 150,000 Willow 1,870,000 595,000 Waverly Road Hunter Blvd & 50,000 Wildwood Holmes St & Main 500,000 St I-96 ramps/ Penn/American/ 7,750,000 Cedar/Edgewood 650,000

Construct 5.5 mile non-motorized pathway between west city limits and US-127/I-496 8/9/2009 Construct 1.75 mile non-motorized pathway between Jolly Road and Moores River Drive 8/9/2009 Contruct roundabout at intersection Contruct roundabout at intersection 8/9/2009 8/9/2009

Hunter Blvd roundabout

Holmes & Main intersection improvements

City of Lansing City of Lansing

Lansing, City of Lansing, City of

IPACE Roadway traffic sensors

Improvements to 3 intersections in area bounded by I-96 ramps/Penn/American/Cedar/Edgewood Installation of roadway sensors to allow for the implementation of adaptive traffic signal timing plans

8/9/2009 6/9/2009

11/9/2009 6/9/2009

$ $

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Submitting Agency City of Lansing

Location City or Township Lansing, City of

Project Name Grand/Kalamazoo Parking Structure

Project Description Construct new parking structure and BoarsHead theater near State Police HQ

Start Date 8/9/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/9/2009 $

Funding Request 12,000,000

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City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

STP

Major Street Rehabilitation

Milling and resurfacing, including installation of ADA sidewalk ramps, stripping, manhole adjustments, and minor greenbelt restoration. Mt. Hope-including watermain $2,000,000. To improve ridability, safety and extend the life of the City's street system. 6/9/2009

City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing

Lansing Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of

Grant for Riverwalk Theatre Renovation and Technical Equipment Fire Station #4 Fire Station #6 Fire Station #8 Operations and Maintenance Facility Energy Improvements Fire Station #5

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A non-profit community theatre, Community Circle Players (dba Riverwalk Theatre) provides quality entertainment to mid-Michigan theatre goers. The theatre is completing its 2nd major expansion that will provide a smaller theatre for use by Riverwalk, but also available to other arts groups for a variety of events. This grant would fund acoustical treatments and equip this new theatre space in downtown Lansing. Funding of $35,000 ($32,00 grant request) will provide a venue that will be a community resource with excellent acoustics, and modern light and sound systems. Currently the theatre does 10 productions/year and ticket sales over 14,000. The building is in use over 300 days per year and attracts performers, technical crews and patrons to downtown Lansing on a daily nightly basis. This grant will also help maintain the one fulltime theatre manager position and 1/2 time maintenance position at the theatre by providing additional revinue to meet operating expenses. This project could be funded throughTITLE VIII - National Endowment for the Arts or TITLE XII - Community Development Block Grants. 3/1/2009 Lighting Control System 6/9/2009 Lighting Control System 6/9/2009 Lighting Control System 6/9/2009

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Washington: MillerJolly; Edgewood: Washington-Cedar; Edgewood: MLKWashington; Holmes: Pleasant Grove-Berwick; Jolly: PennsylvaniaAurelius; Michigan: US127-East City Limits; Mt. Hope: Bedford-Moores 6,750,000 River

5/31/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009 9/10/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009

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35,000 10,000 10,000 10,000 75,000 175,000 175,000 1,325,000 150,000 250,000

Lighting Control System Lighting Replacement with Control System; Energy Management System with Transfer System Lighting Replacement with Control System; Energy Management System with Transfer System Mechanical System Replacement; Light Fixture Replacements; Roofing/Insulation System Replacements Replace existing servers with more energy efficient servers.

6/9/2009 6/9/2009 9/9/2009 7/9/2009 6/9/2009 6/9/2009

Replace existing 25 year old system, with a more energy efficient HVAC system.

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Frances Park Shoreline Improvements

Construction of a new pathway to connect to an existing pathway on the shore of the Grand River. New fishing platforms (2) and boat docking facilities (2) will be constructed. Pathway will provide a safe route for joggers who currently run along with car traffic. 3/9/2009 4000 sq. ft. structure with a multipurpose room, four offices, reception area, computer lab, restrooms, storage, fully equipped commercial kitchen and furnishings. 7/9/2009

9/9/2009

$

700,000

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Baker Donora Focus Center

4/10/2009

$

600,000

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City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing

Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of

Neighborhood Empowerment Center Video Training System Public Wireless Internet Access System

17,000 sq. ft. of renovated office and program space on the former campus of the Michigan School for the Blind. The Greater Lansing Housing Coalition and other nonprofits will provide neighborhood, housing-related and human services to the community. 7/9/2009 The system would be used to train police and fire personnel 6/9/2009 Wireless internet access points to be placed in public buildings for public use. 6/9/2009

4/10/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Gier Community Center Gym Expansion

Creation of seating space for spectators, replacement of gymnaisum floor, expansion will create more community meeting space, replacement of outdated lighting system to a more efficient "green" lighting. 4/9/2009 Purchase equipment to convert recycling operation to single steam. 7-Recycle Trucks; 44,000 residential 65 gallon curb carts; 10 - 5 cubic yard containers; 1,000 commercial 95 gallon curb carts. Customer education program. To streamline and make the City's recycling efforts more productive and efficient.

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Green Program/Single Stream Recycling

City of Lansing City of Lansing City of Lansing

Lansing, City of Lansing, City of Lansing, City of

Streetscape Miscellaneous Sewer Lining Cleaning/Grubbing Open Storm Drains

New sidewalk, decorative brickwork, streetscape furnishings, road reconstruction. Enhance the approach to the State Capitol. 6/9/2009 CIPP line apx. 300 lineal feet of sewer pipe 6/9/2009 Restoring the functionality of open storm drains by clearing, realigning, grubbing and bank stabilization. 6/9/2009 Creation of seating space for spectators, replacement of gymnaisum floor, expansion will create more community meeting space, replacement of outdated lighting system to a more efficient "green" lighting. 4/9/2009

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Letts Community Center Gym Expansion

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

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900,000

3,400,000 Citywide Grand: KalamazooShiawasee; Washington: Allegan3,000,000 Washtenaw 50,000 750,000 Citywide

9/9/2009

$

900,000

Miscellaneous Sewer Repair

Repair, replace, line, rehab manholes, bank stabilization, install headwall. To extend the life of existing City sanitary sewers and provide uninterrupted sewer service to its customers. 6/9/2009

11/9/2009

$

Saginaw; Grace: Ionia-Michigan; Maplehill: HomewoodGlenwood; Elm: River-Cedar; Cooley Garden Stormwater Outlet; Scott Woods Retension Basin Outlet; Pennsylvania: north of Miller Rd.eastside; Wood: DavidHampton; Donald: Cox-Potter; Sommerset: south 900,000 of Mi Aurelius Rd: Red Cedar River; Aurelius Rd: 1,500,000 Pawlowski Creek

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Bridge Rehabilitation

Aurelius-Red Cedar: Deck Replacement; Aurelius-Pawlowski Creek: Install box culvert and repair road.

6/9/2009

11/9/2009

$

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Location City or Township Lansing, City of

Project Name ADA Sidewalk Ramp Upgrade Program

Project Description Install ADA sidewalk ramps in the City's on going efforts to improve access to all its citizens.

Start Date 6/9/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/9/2009 $

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

2,000,000 Citywide

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Southside Community Center

Provide community recreation/community services to the southside of Lansing by adding onto an existing underutilized school. Amenities include use of swimming pool auditorium, classrooms, gymnaisum and kitchen area. A new entrance, lobby and office area will be built. 3/9/2009 Enclose existing open storm drain for axp one mile to improve drainage, eliminate potential safety issue, and protect existing utilities (electrical and sewer)

10/9/2009

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

Smith-Evans Drain Improvement

6/9/2009

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

New Sidewalk

Install sidewalk along major streets to improve safety and eliminate gaps in the City's sidewalk system. Encourage green modes of transportation within the City. 6/9/2009

City of Lansing City of Lansing

Lansing, City of Lansing, City of

CSO Downtown 2009 - Allegan St./Chestnut St. Local Street Rehabilitation

CSO Control/sewer separation project that includes construction of new sanitary sewer, new water main, some new storm sewer, some new steam-utility mains, storm sewer rehabilitation, road reconstruction, and street enhancement Resurfacing, curb repair, ADA ramps and sidewalk

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

CSO Sub-area 034B

City of Lansing

Lansing, City of

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Waverly Rd. at 2,500,000 Holmes Rd. Construct 12 miles of new sidewalk 3,000,000 citywide Allegan St. from Capital Ave. to Grand Ave., Chestnut St. from Ottawa St. to 4,000,000 Shiawassee St. 12 Miles of Local 6,000,000 Streets

CSO Control/sewer separation project that includes construction of new sanitary sewer, new water main, some new storm sewer, storm sewer rehabilitation, and road reconstruction

$

Mt. Hope Ave. from Herbert St. to Bradley Ave.; S. Washington Ave. from Mt. Hope Ave. to Holmes Rd.; Barnes Ave. from Bradley Ave. to Todd Ave.; Smith Ave. from Bradley 10,250,000 Ave. to Todd Ave.

CSO Sub-area 015 North

CSO Control/sewer separation project that includes construction of new sanitary sewer, new water main, some new storm sewer, storm sewer rehabilitation, and road reconstruction

$

Many streets are impacted; the project is bounded by Willow St. on the north, Walnut St. on the east, Saginaw St. on the south, Westmoreland 20,500,000 Ave. on the west

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City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

To improve sustainability of the facility for the Lapeer Community through energy efficiency and conservation. The Lapeer Center Building was constructed in the 1950's with an addition in the mid 1960's; it has been adequately maintained but is still using many of the original fixtures. Our consultant has volunteered their services to do an energy consumption measurement on the facility and to develop and engineer an energy conservation and savings plan. Our Lapeer Center Building Inc. is a broad based non-profit community organization that operates the building while the land is owned by the City of Lapeer. Every week the Center Building hosts community wide activities like HDC emergency food assistance program, Lions Bingo, Masons weekly meeting, Historical Society meetings and it is a daily community senior meal site. Other regular activities are Michigan Works Job Fairs, Big Brother Big Sister events Immediate Center Building Energy Conservation Project and 4 -H events. Must abandon old parallel 6 inch water line under Saginaw Street with reconnection of its existing water services onto existing 18 inch water main in Saginaw Street. These improvements will prevent future damage to new road. It is a MDEQ unfunded requirement. 6/1/2009 Required sanitary sewer improvements must be constructed with Saginaw Street improvements funded by MDOT. The sewer main needs replaced due to age, this wil prevent future damage to the new roadway and sanitary sewer back-ups for property owners and businesses in the area. It is a MDEQ unfunded requirement. 6/1/2009 A sanitary sewer improvement that needs installed when the Genesee Street (old M21) gets reconstructed. Genesee Street improvements should be funded partially be MDOT. This section of Sanitary Sewer has outlived its design life. This new project will move the sanitary line into the greenbelt to preserve the life of the new road and allow much easier access for the sanitary sewer maintenance and repair. It is a MDEQ unfunded requirement. 6/1/2009

City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

Saginaw Water Line

City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

Saginaw Sanitary Sewer

City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

Genesee Sanitary Sewer

City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

This is a 15 inch sanitary sewer line that needs replaced and relocated. The City proposes to build a new street to connect three major streets that are county collector roads. In the immediate area of the new street is an old 15 inch sanitary sewer line that is very dilapidated. This line passes through a wetland, therefore, replacement of the sanitary line that has outlived its design life that allows significant infiltration of the surface water into the sanitary system is a must. This upgrade is a MDEQ unfunded Village West Drive Sanitary Sewer Relocation requirement. 4/1/2009

City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

City of Lapeer

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11/1/2010

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10/30/2012

$

130,000

Lapeer has concluded a detailed MDEQ planning grant that reviewed the status of the Lapeer Waste Water Treatment Plant. A draft project plan is in the hands of the MDEQ for review. this plan reviewed plant rehabilitation and design. The review concluded that the treatment plant has many sections that have outlived their design life and are in need of upgrade. Also, some additional capacity needs to be created at the facility. 4/1/2009 A water line that needs replaced when the Genesee Street (old M21) gets reconstructed. Genesee Street improvements should be partially funded with MDOT dollars through the Small Urban Task Force Region 5. This project consists of replacing 4 inch water line with 12 inch waterline due to the age and condition of the existing line. 6/1/2009 Currently the City of Leslie does not meter water and is on a flat billing system. It is essential to install water meters to reduce the consumption of water and the long-term costs of the City. Summer 09

10/1/2012

$

32,000,000

Genesee Water Main

11/1/2010

$

1,599,600

City of Leslie

City of Leslie

Water Meter Installation

Spring 2010

$

600,000

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Project Description The Mill Street Bridge is located on Mill Street and turns into Fitchburg. It is a designated truck route and leads to the City of Leslie's Certified Business and Industrial Park. The Bridge is currently eroding and has had its weight limit dropped to 20 tons, limiting the amount of truck traffic to the Business park. The bridge is near failure. The North and South sections of Main Street need to be completely reconstructed including curb, gutter, road, and new water and sewer mains. The water and sewer mains have had multiple breaks and the road is deteriorated to dangerous levels.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Leslie

City of Leslie

Mill Street Bridge

City of Leslie

City of Leslie

North and South Main Street

City of Leslie

City of Leslie

Waste Water Treatment Plant

Due to new permit limits imposed by EPA/MDEQ, the City of Leslie must install additional treatment capacity in its Wastewater treatment plant by 2011. This project needs to collect data for one year before the final design. The pilot testing should be complete in September of 09 and the design and engineering should be complete around that time as well. Fall 09

City of Leslie

City of Leslie

Water Treatment and Iron Removal Plant

The Water treatment plant which provides clean drinking water for the City has deteriorated extremely. The aerator, filters, detention area, and alert system are bad. In addition, the distribution pipe from the wells to the system could fail at anytime leaving the City with no bypass and no way to get water to its residents. The options have been researched and an entirely new plant would be the most cost effective way to go. Immediately The City of Litchfield is in the process of replacing aging sanitary sewer lift stations. The current lift statons are 30+ years old and are experiencing frequent failures. It is the goal of the Litchfield City Council to replace all six (6) lift stations. 7/1/2009 The City of Litchfield is in the process of replacing aging watermain pipe. The current watermain are 50+ years old and are experiencing frequent failures. It is the goal of the Litchfield City Council to replace 30,000 linial feet . 7/1/2009 The City of Litchfield is working cooperatively with the Litchfield District Library in pursuing a new state of the art Library and Community Center. This project will provide informational media services for both the working and unemployed citizen of Litchfield. The building project is currently being designed and has a construction start up date of August 30, 2009. The tenative is estimated aat $900,000. 8/30/2009 The City of Litchfield is in the process of replacing aging Sanitary Sewer pipe. The current watermain are 40+ years old and are experiencing frequent failures. It is the goal of the Litchfield City Council to replace 20,000 linial feet . The City of Litchfield is in the process of replacing aging road infrastructure. The current road system is . It is the goal of the Litchfield City Council to replace 31,680 linial feet or six (6) miles roads and streets.

City of Litchfield

City of Litchfield

Sanitary SewerLift Station Replacement

City of Litchfield

City of Litchfield

Watermain Rplacement

City of Litchfield

City of Litchfield

litchfield District Library Project

City of Litchfield

City of Litchfield

Sanitary Sewer Rplacement

City of Litchfield

City of Litchfield

Road Rehabilitation Project

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Spring 2010

1,085,000

1,259,775

10/30/2012

10/30/2010

7/1/2011

7/1/2011

7/1/2011

7/1/2014

Runway Reconstruction

Existing runway and taxiway pavements have deteriorated and are in need of reconstruction. Airport provides a valuable transportation link and is a vital part of the community; however it is ineligible for federal funds. Runway will be lengthened from the existing 2,394' to 2,750’ and widened from the existing 50’ to 60' to meet minimum size standards. Existing navigational lighting aids along runway will be replaced with updated fixtures which will provide a safer more energy efficient system. A flight school and growing Fixed Base Operator are currently using this runway and plan to add additional buildings and jobs. The continuing deterioration of this pavement will soon begin to limit these businesses operations and force them to relocate to another area. Project will create temporary construction jobs and preserve jobs that are currently tied to the airport. 5/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

990,000 Rwy 12/30

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City of Ludington City of Ludington

City of Ludington City of Ludington

Mitchell St. Sewer Main Replacement Resurface Downtown Parking Lots

Replace approximately 600 LF of sanitary sewer main on Mitchell Street. The existing sanitary sewer is flat, which results in periodic sewage backups into residents' homes. 6/1/2009 This project would resurface and restripe the City-owned downtown parking lots located adjacent to the Eagles club and the Post Office. 5/1/2009 This project would install a new sewage transfer pump at the Rath Ave. lift station in order to provide a bypass or back in the event of a failure of the City's largest lift station. This lift station handles 50% of the City's sewage flow. Without this transfer pump, sewage would back up into hundreds of properties in the event of a failure of this lift station. 5/1/2009 This project would entail reconstructing North Lewis Street, including new pavement, new curb & gutter, new water & sewer mains, and new sidewalk. 5/1/2009

8/1/2009 6/1/2009

$

120,000 125,000

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

Rath Ave. Lift Station Upgrades

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

North Lewis Street Reconstruction

City of Ludington City of Ludington City of Ludington

City of Ludington City of Ludington City of Ludington

Tamarac Village/Bryant Road Force Main Project Resurface City Streets Gaylord Water Tower Repainting

Relocate three force mains and install approximately 700 LF of sanitary sewer main on Bryant Road. The three force mains carry sewage from locations outside of the City. The condition of the force mains and sanitary sewers has resulted in numerous complaints of sewage odors. This project will eliminate these odors and relcoate a 40 year-old force main, which runs through the City's cemetery. 4/1/2009 This project would entail resurfacing various City-owned streets that have fallen in various states of disrepair. 5/1/2009 This project would entail repainting the Gaylord Avenue water tower 6/1/2009

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

This project would entail constructing a new breakwater at the Loomis Street boat launch in order to prevent sedimentation from filling in the boat launch area. An ADAcompliant walkway would be placed on top of the breakwater to allow greater public access to the waterfront. This project will eliminate the need for annual dredging of Loomis Street Breakwater & Walkway Project the boat launch area. 5/1/2009 This project would entail constructing a new transient dock at the Municipal Marina to handle 30 boats. The project would include observation platforms and a 8' wide public walkway along the waterfront. It would reduce the current waiting list at our marina. 5/1/2009 This project would entail constructing an addition to the District Library to ease severe overcrowding conditions. 7/1/2009 This project would entail constructing a new outdoor public ice rink in downtown Ludington. The project would include a pavilion covering over the rink to protect it from the elements along with a cooling system. The project would encourage more people to visit downtown and shop at the local retailers. North Staffon Street between Ludington Avenue and Tinkham Avenue would be reconstructed with new pavement, new curb & gutter, new sidewalk and new water and sewer utilities.

City of Ludington City of Ludington

City of Ludington City of Ludington

Municipal Marina Transient Dock Project District Library Addition

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

Ice Rink

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

North Staffon Street Reconstruction

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

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175,000

175,000

200,000 300,000 450,000

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$

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8/1/2009 11/1/2009

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8/1/2009

11/1/2009

$

500,000

7/1/2009

10/1/2009

$

750,000

This project would entail purchasing property upon which the City already has an option and constructing a new fire station, so that the site of the existing fire station can be used to construct a new office building, which will result in approximately 100 jobs moving into downtown Ludington. 6/1/2009 This project would tear down and replace the existing north concession stand and restrooms at Stearns Beach, which is the City's most popular beach. The existing concession stand is in poor condition and none of the bathrooms are ADA-compliant. 8/1/2009 This project would extend and relocate the Wastewater Treatment Plant's outfall discharge pipe in order to bring the City into compliance with expected changes to our National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System (NPDES) permit. 8/1/2009

11/1/2009

$

1,500,000

North Concession Stand Replacement

11/1/2009

$

200,000

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

Wastewater Treatment Plant Outfall Pipe Relocation

11/1/2009

$

800,000

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City of Ludington

City of Ludington

South Washington Avenue Bridge Replacement

This project would entail replacing the 41-year-old S. Washington Ave. bridge that is in poor condition. It would include raising the bridge approximately 2 feet to allow boaters greater access to local marinas, replacing about 200 feet of approach on each side of the bridge along with any necessary utilities, and include a 10' wide public walkway to link existing walkways by the waterfront. 8/1/2009 This project would entail constructing new filters at the Water Treatment Plant in order to increase the quantity and quality of water treatment. Currently, if one of the two existing filters goes out of service, the City would be unable to meet its peak summertime demand for water. 11/1/2009 This project would entail constructing a new water transmission main between the cities of Ludington and Scottville to handle the increase in commercial growth in and between the two cities. Renovate and restructure the dyke system for sustained flood protection and economic development. Upgrade water treatment plant for compliance and growth Upgrades and enhancements to the City of Mackinac Island's wastewater treament plan. Eliminates Combined Sewers, Upgrades Infrastructure to allow Brownfield Redevelopment to a “Cool Cities” neighborhood. Separation required by MDEQ no later than 2011. Street and Utility Reconstruction and Drainage improvements to serve HUD senior housing complex Reconstruction of a major Route serving two High Schools

12/1/2009

City of Ludington

City of Ludington

Water Treatment Plant Upgrades

City of Ludington City of Luna Pier City of Luna Pier

City of Ludington Luna Pier, MI Luna Pier, MI

Water Transmission Main Extension

City of Mackinac Island Mackinac Island

Waste Water Treatment Plant Upgrade Mackinac Island Wastewater Plant Improvements

City of Manistee City of Manistee City of Manistee

City of Manistee

Jones Street Sewer Separation 6th Ave /Century Terrace

City of Manistee

12th Street Reconstruction

City of Manistee City of Manistee

City of Manistee City of Manistee

Douglas Park BathHouse 12th Street Upgrades

City of Manistee

City of Manistee

Ramsdell Theatre Roof and HVAC

City of Manistee

City of Manistee

Ramsdell Theatre Interior Rehabilatation

City of Manistee

City of Manistee

Street Upgrades

City of Manistee

City of Manistee

City of Manistee

City of Manistee

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Replaces deteriorated Bathhouse on Major West-Michigan Beach. Eliminates two failing septic systems on beach and replaces with lift-station and Sanitary Sewer Upgrade a minor street adjacent to Regional HighSchool to Major Street status to handle traffic overburden.

$5,000,000 Historic and Cultural Landmark. Over $3,000,000 of rehabilitation over the past 20 years funded through Grants from the Michigan Council for the Arts, Citizens Donations, Memorials and Endowments. Roof and HVAC replacement and upgrades to this 1903 Opera House will result in protecting the asset and energy efficient operation.. 5/9/2009 Renovation of several interior areas including rehearsal space, Theatre subfloor waterproofing, rentable office space, stage and substage and utility areas. State of Michigan endorsed Asset Management Plan. Pavement recycling and rejuvenation. Taking advantage of “Windows of Opportunity” before the pavement reaches its critical distress point.

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5,500,000

5,700,000 2,500,000 3,500,000 5,500,000 East End River 1,200,000 Street 600,000 600,000 US 31 to Princeton

8/9/2009 8/9/2009

$ $

475,000 Firse Street Beach Maple Street to 200,000 Tamarack

10/30/2009

$

500,000

4/9/2009

12/9/2009

$

400,000

5/9/2009

7/9/2009

$

800,000 Various West of Maple 650,000 Street Bridge

Replacing and protecting 60 year old Interceptor Sanitary Sewer Line along rivers edge serving a State Prison and Community Hospital. Failure would environmentally threaten the Manistee River. 7/9/2009 Replaces and repairs 50 year old electrical components on City owned and operated Bascule Bridge. Operation of bridge is critical to allow passage of freighter traffic directly supporting over 600 “Held of Household” jobs. Approaching 1,000,000 tons of freight annually. 9/9/2009 Reconstruction of primary boating access site to the waters of Lake Michigan, Manistee River, and the Little Manistee River. Universal accessibility for fishing and boating. The Manistee River is a Federally designated Wild and Scenic River and the Little Manistee Blue Ribbon Trout Stream. 6/9/2009

9/9/2009

$

Maple Street Bridge

6/10/2009

$

Maple Street and 800,000 River Street

City of Manistee

City of Manistee

Arthur Street Boat Launch

8/9/2009

$

400,000 29 Arthur Street

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City of Manistee City of Manistee

City of Manistee City of Manistee

Marina Building 6th Ave. Pump Station

Completes Phase II of Reconstruction of Municipal Marina Service Building. Upgrades structurally failing building and adds amenities to attract and serve boaters from around Lake Michigan. 4/9/2009 Completes replacement of undersized pump station serving Prison, Hospital and North Side of the City. Upgrades required by MDEQ. 4/9/2009 Final ten blocks of rehabilitation on Truck Route Serving regional Heavy Industrial District. Connects all major City facilities with fiber optics to facilitate data exchange, water system monitoring

7/9/2009 6/9/2009

$

350,000 130,000 From 10th Street to 350,000 South City Limits

City of Manistee

City of Manistee City of Manistee, Filer Township, Manistee Township

Truck Route rehabilitation

4/9/2009

7/9/2009

City of Manistee City of Manistee City of Manistee

Fiber Optics US 31 Sanitary Force Main Safe Routes to School Sidewalk improvements

6/9/2009

Replace 30+ year old force main which suffers frequent breaks. 5/9/2009 Walkability audit by Schools under Safe-Routes-2-Schools program identified lacking and inadequate sidewalk. 4/9/2009

City of Marine City

City of Marine City

Bridge-to-Bay Trail Loop

Bridge-to-Bay Trail: This project would provide a trail loop to and through Marine City's Downtown area. Currently the Bay Trail runs along the Western boarder of the city. The trail loop would allow safe crossing of the Belle River with a trail bridge and provide a marked path to and through the riverside downtown area. 7/1/2009

City of Marine City

City of Marine City

Renovation of Historic City Hall (300 Broadway)

This project would restore the interior, exterior and the grounds of the historic city hall facility. The building was listed on the State of Michigan Historic register on August 6, 1976, and entered on the National Register of Historic Places on January 11, 1982. In 2008, Historic 300 Broadway and its surrounding grounds and park became the cornerstone of Marine City’s Historic District with the State of Michigan. Currently on the preservation list of SHPO 7/1/2009 This project would restore the 1908 Peche Island Lighthouse located in Marine City to a level allowing limited public access. In addition it would provide sea wall repairs in the park located around the lighthouse on the St Clair River reducing shore line erosion. 5/15/2009

City of Marine City

City of Marine City

Historic Light House Restoration & Sea-wall Repair

City of Marine City

City of Marine City

Waste Water Plant & Pumping Station Generator

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150,000 Various Lakeshore Road to 250,000 Hahn Road 600,000

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12/15/2010

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2,510,000

6/30/2009

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95,000

This project would fulfill a DEQ requirement for waste water plant operators to provide emergency back-up power for waste water plants and remote pumping stations. The scope of this project would provide a back-up generator at the Marine City Waste Water Plant and a critical remote pumping station. 4/15/2009 North Belle River Avenue – Degurse to West Blvd: Total reconstruct. Add curb and gutter, storm. Replace sanitary and water. Main Street – Broadway to Bridge Street: Total reconstruct. Replace sanitary, storm, water S. Belle River Avenue & Alger Street – Parker to Brown Street: Total reconstruct. Add curb and gutter. Replace water and storm sewer. Sanitary is ok. West Blvd – Parker Street to South Belle River Avenue: Total reconstruct. Replace water main. Investigate sanitary and storm for possible replacement. 6/1/2009 King Road Extension: Total construction - curb and gutter, sidewalks, storm, sanitary and water. This project opens up the south end of Marine City for development of a St Clair County Industrial Park by providing access to almost 400 acres of property with access to city water and sewer and other private utilities. Project would also provide a save-way to local elementary, middle, and high school students. 6/1/2009 Reconditioning of bridge understructure and complete replacement of road surface. This is an MDOT requirement by 2012 5/1/2009

6/15/2009

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293,000

9/15/2009

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2,725,000

Marine City King Road Extension South Main Street Bridge Rebuild

12/1/2009 12/31/2009

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6,504,000 1,324,000

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City of Marine City City of Marquette

Degurse / Ward Street Rebuild Street Structure Reconstructs

Degurse – King Road to Belle River Ave: Existing concrete pavement needs sealing, mud jacking of settled panels, diamond grinding, replacement of cracked panels and curb, minor storm sewer work on east end (needs to be televised) Ward Street – King to Parker: Existing concrete pavement needs sealing, mud jacking of settled panels, diamond grinding, replacement of cracked panels and curb, minor storm sewer work on east end (needs to be televised) 6/1/2009 Total Street Reconstruction and Minor Utility Repairs (Various Locations 6/8/2009

9/15/2009 9/12/2009

City of Marquette

City of Marquette

Pave Gravel Streets

Gravel Street Structure Upgrade with HMA, and Curbing. Minor Utility Replacements. 6/8/2009

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City of Marquette City of Marquette City of Marquette

Ciff Dow Site Clean Up Clean up of Brownfield site that is presently owned by the City of Marquette. SIMP Various Street Resurfacing Water Main/Sewer Main LS & I Lakeshore to Fair Distribution Sanitary Sewer Main and Water Main Replacement

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City of Marquette City of Marquette City of Marquette City of Marquette City of Marquette City of Marquette

Seventh Street Extension W. Michigan Street Sidewalk Repair San. Sewer Lateral Replacements San. Sewer Slip Lining Champion Street Wright Street Water Main Upgrade & Street Resurfacing

New Collector Street and Utility Construction for an Important North-South Corridor Link Total Street and Utility Reconstruction Project Sidewalk Replacement and ADA Ramp Construction (Various Locations Failing Orangeburg Lateral Replacements (Various Locations Sanitary Sewer Main Replacement (Trenchless Method) (Various Locations) Total Street and Utility Reconstruction Project

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City of Marquette

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Major Arterial Street Structure Replacement and Water Main Upgrade. Designated Truck Route

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260,000 1,160,000 Various Streets

Wilkinson, White, 1,828,000 and Harlow Streets North of Wright Street,South of UnionStreet and between the abandonded RR. ROW and 2,000,000 Lakeshore Blvd. 1,800,000 Various Streets Lakeshore Blvd. to 709,000 Fair Ave. Spring Street to 851,000 Washington Street Oak Street to Front 1,561,000 Street 100,000 Various Streets 800,000 Various Streets 1,000,000 Various Streets Genesee Street to 2,000,000 Fisher Street Industrial Parkway 2,509,000 to Ontario Ave.

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Rice Creek Culvert

Recently, two dams along Rice Creek were taken out of commission and flow rates altered to resemble the original natural flow, which makes the existing culvert undersized. The culvert replacement is the last phase of the Rice Creek Stream Restoration Project. The goal of the project is to re-establish Rice Creek as a natural trout stream as it existed prior to the dams being installed. The current culvert width is 12 feet wide, but needs to be doubled to 24 feet wide to allow for adequate flow. If this crossing is not increased, a catastrophic failure may occur. Phase One of the projects was funded in part by three grants (DNR, Great Lakes Basins, and US Fisheries and Wildlife) and constructed by four governmental agencies (City of Marshall, Calhoun County Road Commission, Calhoun County Conservation District, and the DNR) and completion is scheduled for the fall of 2009. The culvert also allows citizen access to North Ketchum Park, including open green space, playground, picnic pavilion, grills, and skateboarding area. 5/15/2009

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City of Marshall

Compost Spreader

The City currently operates a compost center which takes in leaves, grass, brush and other organic materials. Those materials are then ground, mixed and turned to produce mulch. This product remains onsite until picked up by interested persons for use as a “natural” additive for their gardens and/or farms. The purchase of a compost mulch spreader will allow the City of Marshall to more efficiently distribute organic material to local farmers by means of delivering this material to farm sites. The use of natural compost will help reduce reliance on petrochemical-based fertilizers. This piece of equipment will also allow the City to comply with MDEQ/MDNR regulations, as the State of Michigan mandates that compost material can only remain onsite for 3 years. Due to reliance on a limited, voluntary customer base, and the logistics of moving and distributing the material, the City of Marshall has been unable to dispose of enough material to comply with this regulation. The mulch spreader would be shared among multiple governmental jurisdictions having the same problem. 5/15/2009

City of Marshall

City of Marshall

Street Lamp Replacement

In an effort to reduce the amount of electricity needed to operate the street lights in the City of Marshall, the city is proposing to replace all mercury vapor street lights to more efficient high pressure sodium lights. Along with reducing the overall amount of electricity that will be used, the street light replacement program will reduce the required maintenance for bulb replacement due to the expected additional life of the high pressure sodium bulbs. The program also addresses both light pollution and environmental pollution as high pressure sodium lights cast a different type of light tha creates less light pollution. The mercury bulbs will be recycled and disposed of properly to reduce environmental pollution. The City of Marshall replaces all new fixtures with high pressure sodium bulbs when needed, but the city has over 850 mercury vapor fixtures which need to be converted. The light replacements would have a dramatic effect in reducing energy use. 5/15/2009

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City of Marshall

Cronin Project

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The Cronin Project involves the rehabilitation and adaptive reuse of a significant historic building in downtown Marshall, resulting in creation of approximately twenty new permanent jobs and preservation of an historic asset. Marshall is the county seat of Calhoun County. This rural community has been hard hit by recent corporate moves and plant closings, resulting in workforce reductions. The aggregate total for the past four years is more than 2,000 jobs lost from this small city of 7,459. On a macro level, Marshall’s competitive standing faces an even greater threat. A recent study of Calhoun County’s economic growth published by Upjohn Institute for Employment Research (Erickcek, 8/2/02), states the county’s residential, retail and service industry growth has fallen far below national averages. Marshall is working to reverse these trends. In 2003, the City was designated a Michigan Main Street community. In 2007, the DDA partnered with the City, investing $100,000 of leverage funds for a Signature Building Initiative Grant from Michigan State Housing Development Authority to purchase the Cronin Building. Plans include installation of a2/15/2009

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Marshall House Repairs

The Marshall House is a HUD, rent-supported, 100 unit senior citizen apartment complex managed by the City. It serves the independent living needs for economically disadvantaged senior citizens. The building is 30 years old and some of its systems have significantly deteriorated. The roof is need of full replacement, and resultant moisture problems have caused the failure of several windows and other problems with the supporting structures. The Marshall House Project will prevent further deterioration of the building, reduce ongoing maintenance problems, increase resident health and safety, and improve energy efficiency by insulating and resealing the roof and window structures. 5/15/2009

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City of Marshall

Street Rehabilitation

The number of streets in the City of Marshall rated "poor" has more than doubled in the past two years. This is largely due to limited capital funding along with increased operational expenses from fuel and materials costs, as well as severe winter weather. The Street Reconstruction Project includes over 10 miles of street reconstruction within the City of Marshall in various locations. The project allows the City to advance its Street Reconstruction Program to increase the average “Remaining Service Life” of the street system to 6 years from today’s average 3 years RSL. Asset management software has been used to calculate the amount of investment needed to increase pavement service life to an acceptable level. The analysis recommended that $250,000 worth of work occur each year for the next 15 years, to prevent several streets from completely failing. 5/15/2009

City of Marshall

City of Marshall

Fairgrounds Infrastructure Improvements

The residential area surrounding the Calhoun County Fairgrounds in the City of Marshall is considered economically depressed and is currently serviced with private wells and septic systems which continue to fail. In 2001, the City of Marshall paid for the design of sanitary sewer, water main, storm sewer and street improvements. Shortly after the design was completed, the Michigan Supreme Court “Bolt” ruling prohibited the use of system funds for the extension of utilities. The residents of this area could not afford the special assessment cost and the project was never constructed. The project includes the extension of water distribution mains and sanitary sewer collection mains for approximately 70 parcels that are currently on privately owned systems. Also included in the improvement is approximately 2 miles of street reconstruction along with installation of curb and gutter and storm sewer. 5/15/2009

City of Marshall

City of Marshall

Monroe Street Bridge Replacement

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The Monroe Street Bridge over Rice Creek is 117 years old and services over 2,300 vehicles per day. This bridge has been posted for reduced loading due to it’s structurally deficit condition. The City of Marshall has attempted to secure funding for the replacement for this bridge for the past 3 years through the Michigan Department of Transportation Local Bridge Program without any success. The bridge was originally constructed in 1891 and is one of two crossings over Rice Creek within the City. Due to safety concerns, the City of Marshall recently increased the frequency of inspection on this bridge and started design engineering for a structurally sound replacement. 6/15/2009

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Eagle Street, Jefferson Street, Madison Street, Arms Street, Green Street, Monroe Street, Page Street, Mansion Street, Grand Street, Division Street, Forest Street, Kalamazoo Street, Sibley, Gorham Street and 1,380,000 Liberty

10/15/2009

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Montgomery Street, Warren Street, Fair Street, Washington Street, Clinton Street, River Road, River Street, Maple Street, Elm Street, 4,775,000 Chestnut Street

10/23/2009

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600,000 Monroe Street

Marshall Avenue Bridge Replacement

The South Marshall Bridge over the Kalamazoo River is nearly 100 years old and services over 3,000 vehicles per day. This bridge has been posted for reduced loading due to it’s structurally deficit condition. The City of Marshall has attempted to secure funding for the replacement for this bridge for the past 3 years through the Michigan Department of Transportation Local Bridge Program but has been unsuccessful. The bridge was originally constructed in 1910 and is one of two crossings over the Kalamazoo River within the City. Due to safety concerns, the City of Marshall recently increased the frequency of inspection on this bridge and started design engineering for a structurally sound replacement. 6/15/2009

10/23/2009

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South Marshall 1,300,000 Avenue

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Fire Department Building

The City of Marshall’s Fire Department building does not meet size recommendations as sited by the National Fire Prevention Association. Currently, the fire department occupies a portion of City Hall, a 152 year old building which is too small to allow for all the equipment to be available to the department in a moment’s notice. The department's ladder truck is stored offsite, which increases response time to structure fires. A new fire department building will remedy these problems and also free up space at City Hall for the Police Department (also in need of office and garage space) The fire department relocation will also improve the security for Police vehicles and other public safety equipment which is currently stored outside. The fire department building would also include the Local Ambulance Service operations. This would improve intra-agency operability and efficiency. The city mechanic also has the need for additional space in order to safely, efficiently and effectively maintains city equipment. The proposed fire station construction would include a mechanic’s garage in order to relieve spatial concerns and improve maintenance operations. Constructio 7/15/2009 The Marshall area has experienced severe job losses over the past 5 years due to the local facility closings by Eaton Corporation (570 jobs), State Farm Insurance Company (569 jobs), Collins & Aikman (210 jobs), and Lear Corporation (810 jobs). In Marshall Township, just west of I-69, there are a number of large industrial-zoned parcels with interstate highway and railroad access that have attracted significant interest by growing industrial companies. The Gerholz site is approximately 750 acres. With adjoining properties, we are able to offer approximately 1,140 acres for industrial development on these parcels. In 2008, the properties were strongly considered by Volkswagen (estimated 2,500 jobs at full build out) and United Solar Ovonic (estimated 2,400 jobs at full build out on 200 acres) for large-scale industrial complexes. Both companies chose other sites largely due to the lack of water, sewer and electric utilities. The proposed project allows the City of Marshall to serve the site, effectively attracting new industry to the area. The preliminary design basis report has been prepared and a consulting engineer has been selected for the design 8/1/2009

City of Marshall

City of Marshall / Marshall Township C-Drive Infrastructure Extension

City of Menominee City of Monroe

City of Menominee CITY OF MONROE

Replacement of Humidifiers at Spies Public Library CITY HALL PLAZA RECONSTRUCTION

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

WEST THIRD STREET RESURFACING AND REPLACEMENT OF ALL CURB AND GUTTER SECTIONS, MILLING AND CURB REPLACEMENT - UNION TO RESURFACING OF TOP 3" OF BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT, RELATED INCIDENTAL MONROE WORK 8/1/2009

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The existing humidifiers are old and in need of replacement. New humidifiers will do a much better job of adding just the amount of moisture to the indoor air, especially in the fall and winter months, and this is essential to maintaining the appropriate indoor environment to preserve the Library's book collections. Summer, 2009 RECONSTRUCTION OF EXTERIOR MAIN ENTRANCE TO MONROE CITY HALL AND MONROE COUNTY COURTHOUSE 5/1/2009

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Industrial Road, West Drive, W. Michigan Avenue, Myron Avery Drive, 23,220,000 C Drive North

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8,500 100,000 WEST THIRD STREET - UNION STREET TO SOUTH MONROE 800,000 STREET ROESSLER STREET BRIDGE OVER RIVER 800,000 RAISIN

11/1/2009

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REHABILITATION OF BRIDGE SUPERSTRUCTURE, INCLUDING ALL BEAM ENDS, AND OTHER RELATED WORK

8/1/2009

12/1/2009

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FRENCHTOWN TOWNSHIP

SANITARY SEWER PUMP STATION IMPROVEMENTS NEW CENTRAL FIRE STATION / PUBLIC SAFETY BUILDING

UPGRADE 5 EXISTING PUMP STATIONS TO MEET CURRENT STANDARDS. EXISTING STATIONS ARE 30+ YEARS OLD AND ARE BEYOND THEIR SERVICE LIFE. PROJECT WILL UPGRADE PUMP STATION TO CURRENT STANDARDS, REDUCE EMERGENCY REPAIRS AND SYSTEM BACKUPS. 6/1/2009 CONSTRUCTION OF NEW FACILITY TO REPLACE UNDER-SIZED AND OUTDATED CENTRAL FIRE STATION, WILL ACCOMMODATE CITY POLICE DEPARTMENT AS WELL

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

Turning Basin Industrial Site – Site 2

Situation: The Port of Monroe currently has no terminal warehouses to store breakbulk material being transloaded from ships to surface transportation. This project would provide an intermodal transportation warehouse to be built on the west shore of the River Raisin Turning Basin near the existing Port office building. The warehouse would provide additional port facilities to assist in the shipping and receiving of waterborne commerce. The project would include area paving and service utilities, as well as, shore protection along the River Raisin edge of the property and a dock and associated dredging along the Turning Basin edge of the property. 2/1/2010

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

DETROIT AVENUE RECONSTRUCTION RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING PAVEMENT, REPLACEMENT WITH 9" MILL STREET TO NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY CONCRETE PAVEMENT WITH INTEGRAL CURB

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

MACOMB STREET BRIDGE SUPERSTRUCTURE REPLACEMENT

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NORTH MONROE ST (NORTH MONROE #1), BURKE AVE (STONEYPOINTE #1), MAIN ST (STONEY POINTE #2), GRANDVIEW AVE (STONEYPOINTE #3), POINTE AUX PEAUX RD (STONEYPOINTE 680,000 #4)

6,000,000

2/1/2012

$

Port of Monroe River Raisin Turning Basin dock, west of Port Avenue and North 10,200,000 of Front Street DETROIT AVENUE - MILL STREET TO NORTH DIXIE 750,000 HIGHWAY MACOMB STREET BRIDGE OVER 2,000,000 RIVER RAISIN Port of Monroe property south of Front Street, east of I-75 and west of MACSTEEL 2,500,000 property.

4/1/2010

8/1/2010

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REPLACEMENT OF BRIDGE DECK AND BEAMS, REHABILITATION OF ABUTMENTS AND BACKWALLS ON NORTH AND SOUTH ENDS

4/1/2010

9/30/2010

$

Situation: The land is vacant and zoned industrial. This industrial area is located east of I-75 and south of Front Street. Approximately 40 acres are available for development. The project involves extending the existing roadway and existing service utilities. 6/1/2009 MODIFICATIONS TO PLANT ELECTRICAL DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM, WET WEATHER ENHANCEMENTS, IMPLEMENT PLANT-WIDE SCADA SYSTEM, ENHANCE PLANT SECURITY & LIGHTING SYSTEMS. PROJECT WILL ENHANCE SECURITY & RELIABILITY; ELIMINATE BLENDING PARTIALLY TREATED WASTEWTER DURING PRECIPITATION EVENTS; ENABLE MORE EFFICIENT MEANS TO MONITOR AND CONTROL PLANT PROCESSES.

3/1/2010

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CITY OF MONROE

WASTEWATER TREATEMENT PLANT IMPROVEMENTS

3/1/2009

7/1/2011

$

2205 EAST 12,700,000 FRONT STREET

Village of Mancelona

police vehicle

Our current police car is 3 years old and it is the only reliable police vehicle owned by the village. It is shared by 2 officers and currently has over 90,000 miles on it. 2010

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CITY OF MONROE CITY OF MONROE

NORTH CUSTER ROAD BIKE PATH RESURFACING - CRANBROOK PARK TO YMCA DOWNTOWN BRICK PAVER REPLACEMENT

RESURFACING OF EXISTING 6-FOOT-WIDE BICYCLE PATHWAY 6/1/2009 REPLACEMENT OF EXISTING BRICK PAVER CORNERS IN DOWNTOWN AREA, VARIOUS LOCATIONS 5/1/2009

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

MUNSON PARK ACCESS ROAD PAVING

PAVING OF EXISTING UNIMPROVED ROADWAY THROUGH MUNSON PARK

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

EAST NOBLE AVENUE RECONSTRUCTION RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING ROADWAY TO RAISE GRADE BY - MICHIGAN AVENUE TO NORTH DIXIE APPROXIMATELY 1 FOOT DUE TO UTILITY STRUCTURES ON CROSS HIGHWAY STREETS

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

CUSTER DRIVE RESURFRACING AND REPLACEMENT OF ALL CURB AND GUTTER SECTIONS, MILLING AND CURB REPLACEMENT - N. CUSTER ROAD RESURFACING OF TOP 3" OF BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT, RELATED INCIDENTAL TO ELM AVENUE WORK 6/1/2009

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

ELM / DIXIE / WINCEHSTER INTERSECTION RECONSTRUCTION

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

EAST ELM AVENUE RESURFACING NORTH MONROE STREET TO NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

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PARALLEL TO NORTH CUSTER ROAD FROM CRANBROOK PARK (NEAR CRANBROOK DRIVE) TO THE YMCA, LOCATED EAST OF HUBER 75,000 DRIVE 200,000 FROM PARK ENTRANCE AT NORTH CUSTER ROAD TO NEARLY 3/4 MILE 150,000 NORTH EAST NOBLE AVENUE MICHIGAN AVENUE TO NORTH DIXIE 150,000 HIGHWAY CUSTER DRIVE NORTH CUSTER ROAD TO WEST 200,000 ELM AVENUE INTERSECTION OF EAST ELM AVENUE, NORTH DIXIE HIGHWAY, AND WINCHESTER 250,000 STREET EAST ELM AVENUE - NORTH MONROE STREET TO NORTH DIXIE 400,000 HIGHWAY WEST SEVENTH STREET - SOUTH TELEGRAPH ROAD TO UNION 190,000 STRET LAPLAISANCE ROAD - SIXTH STREET TO 220,000 JONES AVENUE

5/1/2009

6/1/2009

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9/1/2009

$

RECONSTRUCTION OF ENTIRE INTERSECTION TO RAISE GRADE 2 TO 3 FEET IN ORDER TO ACCOMMODATE BETTER ROADWAY GEOMETRY AND FUTURE NON-MOTORIZED PATHWAY 6/1/2009

9/1/2009

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RESURFACING OF TOP 3" OF BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT, RELATED INCIDENTAL WORK 6/1/2009

8/1/2009

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WEST SEVENTH STREET RESRFACING TELEGRAPH TO UNION

MILLING AND RESURFACING OF TOP 3" OF BITUMINOUS PAVEMENT, RELATED INCIDENTAL WORK

5/1/2009

7/1/2009

$

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

LAPLAISANCE ROAD RECONSTRUCTION - RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING ROADWAY PAVEMENT AND BASE, RELATED SCOTT TO JONES INCIDENTAL WORK 5/1/2009

8/1/2009

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CITY OF MONROE CITY OF MONROE CITY OF MONROE

RIVERVIEW AVENUE RECONSTRUCTION SCOTTWOOD TO MAYWOOD MASON RUN SUBDIVISION PHASE 5 STORM SEWER INSTALLATION PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT EMERGENCY GENERATOR

RECONSTRUCTION OF EXISTING ROADWAY PAVEMENT, REPLACEMENT WITH NEW 8" CONCRETE PAVEMENT AND INTEGRAL CURB, RELATED INCIDENTAL WORK 5/1/2009 CONSTRUCTION OF 27" STORM SEWER THROUGH UNDEVELOPED PORTION OF MASON RUN SUBDIVISION 5/1/2009 EMERGENCY GENERATOR OF SUFFICIENT CAPACITY TO POWER PUBLIC SERVICES DEPARTMENT FACILITY 5/1/2009

7/1/2009 8/1/2009

City of Monroe

CITY OF MONROE

RELINING OF EXISTING SANITARY SEWERS ON 17 DIFFERENT STREETS THAT ARE BEYOND THEIR SERVICE LIFE. REHABILITATE EXISTING SANITARY SEWERS RANGING FROM 60~100 YEARS OLD THAT ARE FAILING SANITARY SEWER COLLECTION SYSTEM AND IN NEED OF REPAIR. PROJECT WOULD PROVIDE FOR AN ADDITIONAL IMPROVEMENTS 50 YEAR SERVICE LIFE.

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RIVERVIEW AVENUE SCOTTWOOD AVENUE TO MAYWOOD 250,000 AVENUE 250,000 300,000

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E. & W. FRONT STREETS, NAVARRE STREET (2 LOCATIONS), O'BRIEN & ISLAND STREETS, HUBBLE STREET, E. & W. FRONT STREETS, E. 2ND STREET, SCOTT STREET, JEROME STREET, S. MONROE STREET, WASHINGTON STREET, W. 5TH STREET, W. 6TH STREET, HOLLYWOOD DRIVE, 2,214,089 ALLEYSCAPE

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CITY OF MONROE

CITY WATER DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM IMPROVEMENTS

REPLACE, REHABILITATE, AND LOOP 26,770 FEET (5.07 MILES) OF 4 INCH ~ 8 INCH DIAMETER UNLINED WATER MAIN ON 25 STREETS; REPLACE ALL LEAD WATER SERVICES AND UPGRADE ALL WATER METERS TO THE RADIO READING SYSTEM WITHIN EACH RESPECTIVE PROJECT LIMIT. A MORE SAFE AND RELIABLE WATER SYSTEM WILL RESULT BY REPLACING, LOOPING, AND REHABILITATING THE TARGETED WATER MAIN SECTIONS AND REPLACING ALL LEAD WATER SERVICES, AND UPGRADING ALL WATER METERS TO THE RADIO READING SYSTEM. 3/1/2009

City of Monroe

FRENCHTOWN TOWNSHIP

INSTALL REDUNDANT RAW WATER PUMPS & APPURTENANCES WITHIN THE RAW WATER PUMPING STATION TO PROVIDE BOTH REDUNDANT PUMPING CAPABILITIES AND PROVIDE RAW WATER CAPABLE OF MEETING THE CITY OF MONROE WATER TREATMENT PLANT CAPACITY RATING. CURRENTLY THE CITY OF MONROE CAN NOT PUMP RAW WATER CAPACITIES AND HAS LIMITED REDUNDANT PUMPING CAPABILITIES TO MEET THE CITY OF MONROE WATER TREATMENT PLANT RATED CAPACITY. REDUNDANT RAW WATER PUMP STATION EXPANSION PUMPING CAPABILITIES AND PUMPING CAPACITY WILL BE PROVIDED. 2/1/2009 UPGRADES TO THE SOUTH CUSTER BOOSTER STATION SERVICE AREA INCLUDING AN ISOLATION VALVE, TWO RIVER CROSSING LOOPS, PUMPING STATION FACILITY EXPANSION, AND ENLARGING WATER MAIN PIPING. ADEQUATE PRESSURE AND FLOW WILL NOT BE PROVIDED TO MEET REGULATORY AGENCY REQUIREMENTS AND MAXIMUM DAY WATER DEMANDS THAT THE CITY OF MONROE IS CURRENTLY UNDER CONTRACT TO PROVIDE.

City of Monroe

MONROE AND RAISINVILLE TOWNSHIPS

SOUTH CUSTER BOOSTER STATION SERVICE AREA UPGRADES

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Office Renovation

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S. TELEGRAPH RD, PALMWOOD AVE, O'BRIEN ST, ISLAND ST, W. 6TH ST, WASHINGTON ST, HUMPHREY ST, JEROME ST, E. 2ND ST, E. 4TH ST, EASTCHESTER ST, E. 1ST ST, LINCOLN AVE, E. NOBLE AVE, TREMONT ST, E. VINE ST, N. MONROE ST, W. ELM AVE, E. ELM AVE, W. WILLOW 6,218,800 AVE

2/1/2010

$

POINTE AUX 891,700 PEAUX ROAD

3/1/2009

9/1/2010

$

LEWIS AVE, IDAMAYBEE RD, S. CUSTER RD, S. 4,482,020 RAISINVILLE RD

Complete overhaul of the village office, including the police department. The building was built in 1940. Stone work on front of the building is currently falling off and dangerous to people, there is also a lack of insulation behind stonework, creating large heating bills. A new roof in needed to prevent leaking, currently building leaks in police office creating damage to the office. Entire building is not up to current codes and possibly could create hazards. Immediately Two plow trucks to maintain village streets and parks. The current village plow trucks are 21 years old and17 years old and have cost the village over $20,000 this year alone in repairs. Breakdowns have cost the village time and the inability to maintain roads in an efficient manner which could cause delays in ambulance service and police response time. Snow totals over the last few years have averaged 170 inches, typically 10-12 inches at one time.

same year as start $

400,000

City of Monroe

Village of Mancelona

plow trucks

$

225,000

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City of Monroe City of Montague City of Montague

Village of Mancelona City of Montague City of Montague

village streets Dowling Street and Old Channel Trail Hill Reconstruction Eilers Road Water Main

The Village of Mancelona currently has several streets that are in disrepair. They are becoming serious safety issues. The Village has over the years done maintenance on them, but it was only for a short term fix. Portions of Maple Street, All of Palmer Park Road and Rose Street need to be pulverized and repaved. All of these roads are major streets and have frequent heavy traffic with heavy loads. Reconstruct Dowling Street between Meade and Ferry Street and Old Channel Trail between Dowling and Church Street 7/9/2009 Install 12" water main along Eilers Road between Dicey and Cook Street to provide more reliable service in the area

8/9/2009

City of Montague

City of Montague

Dicey Street Road Reconstruction and Water Reconstruct Dicey Street and install 12" water main between Stanton and Eilers Road Main Installation in conjunction with a proposed expansion for Montague Public Schools. 7/9/2009 Install a 12" water main from downtown Montague, along Dowling Street to Meade Street, then south west to Wilcox Street, then west along Wilcox Street to the existing main at Cook Street. This project is a recommended improvement in the City's Water Reliability Study which was submitted to the MDEQ. Water GPS System for Water Mains, Hydrants, Valves, Etc.

City of Montague City of Montague City of Montrose

City of Montague Montague Montrose, City

Downtown Water Transmission Main Water Public Safety/Water System Fencing Blueberry Park to improve public safety

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

Replace deteriorated chain-link fence around Blueberry Park to improve public safety so children will not be able to run into the surrounding streets from the playscape area 3/9/2009

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

New "stork's" adapters for City fire hydrants to reduce firefighting hook-up time in improving Install new "stork's" adapters to City fire hydrants in order to reduce firefighting hookpublic safety up time needed to improve public safety response time 3/9/2009

City of Montrose City of Montrose City of Montrose

Montrose, City Montrose, City Montrose, City

Purchase of new pick-up truck 4WD with snowplow and tommylift Street Maintenance Equipment Street Maintenance Equipment

City of Montrose City of Montrose City of Montrose City of Montrose

Montrose, City Montrose, City Montrose, City Montrose, City

Turning mirrors at the intersection of M-57 (State St.) and Genesee St. to improve public safety by preventing motor vehicle crashes Street Maintenance Equipment Street Maintenance Equipment New City Water Meters System

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150,000 130,000 Dowling Street 320,000 Eilers Road

550,000 Dicey Street

Meade, Dowling 1,810,000 and Wilcox Streets 1,200,000 Yes 10,000 City Water System

$

25,000 Blueberry Park All City fire 25,000 hydrants Department of Public works maintenance on all 30,000 City streets 50,000 All City Streets 50,000 All City Streets Intersection of M57 (State St.) and 50,000 Genesee St. 80,000 All City Streets 100,000 All City Streets 150,000 City Water System All City storm water 150,000 sewer drain lines 185,000 Washington Street North side downtown alley and purchase property at 119 N. Saginaw 200,000 Street

12/9/2009

$

3/9/2009 3/9/2009 3/1/2009

5/9/2009 4/9/2009 4/9/2009

$ $ $

Turning mirrors at the intersection of M-57 (State St.) and Genesee St. to improve public safety by preventing motor vehicle crashes High Ranger Machine/Equipment GM 7500 Series Dump Truck/or comparable brand Replacement of Old Water Meters with New Metering System Along with Software to Identify Problems in Office

6/9/2009 3/9/2009 3/9/2009 3/9/2009

7/9/2009 4/9/2009 4/9/2009 6/9/2009

$ $ $ $

Washington Street

Purchase and use video camera storm water sewer drain system for routine repair maintenance of joints and lines suffering physical structural damages Reconstruction of Washington Street between State St. (M-57) and Maples street including water, sanitary sewer, and storm sewer lines

3/9/2009 11/9/2009

3/10/2009 7/10/2009

$ $

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

Downtown north side alley property acquisition and construction of new parking lot Downtown north side alley property acquisition and construction of new parking lot

5/9/2009

10/10/2009

$

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Project Name

Project Description Construction of Carlann Street between N. Saginaw St. and Elizabeth st. including replacement of water and sanitary sewer lines and construction of storm water management sewer system

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

Carlann Street

11/9/2009

7/10/2009

$

275,000 Carlann Street

City of Montrose City of Montrose City of Montrose City of Montrose City of Montrose

Montrose, City Montrose, City Montrose, City Montrose, City Montrose, City

Perform street asphalt resurfacing maintenance on various City streets suffering Contract for asphalt paving resurfacing maintenance on various City streets suffering minor deterioration minor deterioration through competitive bid award process Reconstruction of Genesee Street between Maple St. and Russell St. including Genesee Street Replacement of Water and Sanitary Sewer Lines City/Lions Park Parking Lot Construct motor vehicle parking lot Blueberry Park Parking Lot Construct motor vehicle parking lot after acquiring additional open space Clark Street Watermain Replacement and looping of water main line and replacement of sanitary sewer line Construct new multi-purpose outdoors skate park for all seasons with ice skating in winter and BMX bicycling and skate boarding/in-line skating in other seasons Construction paving of West Maple street between Railroad to West End including building storm sewer lines and replacement of water and sanitary sewer lines

5/9/2009 11/9/2009 11/9/2009 11/9/2009 11/9/2009

11/9/2009 7/10/2009 8/10/2009 8/10/2009 7/10/2009

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

New Skate/Ice Park

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

West Maple Street

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

New telephone/broadband network, new City Hall furniture, new copier and printers, new accounting software system integrated to new cash register and new computer network system for all city office locations, new Purchase and install the equipment systems described in previous column for all city automatic water meter reading interface sy buildings networked together 1/10/2009 Construction paving of Latting and Russell Streets between N. Genesee St. and West End including building storm water sewer lines and replacement of water and sanitary sewer lines 11/9/2009

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

Latting and Russell Streets

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

New Department of Public Works Building & Complex Complete restoration of Railroad Depot Museum structure to LEED standards, expansion of parking lot, and landscaping improvements to grounds

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

Reconstruction of Hickory Street between Saginaw Street to Nanita Drive with Hickory Street Reconstruction and Water Main replacement upgrade of water main line, sanitary sewer line, and construction of storm Upgrade water sewer lines system 11/9/2009

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300,000 Various City streets 450,000 Genesee Street 60,000 City/Lions Park 60,000 Blueberry Park Clark Street 100,000 Watermain New Skate/Ice 200,000 Park

11/9/2009

275,000 West Maple Street

$

350,000 141 Parkway Drive Latting and Russell 500,000 Streets

7/10/2009

$

3/9/2009

3/10/2009

$

600,000 149 Ruth Street

5/9/2009

7/10/2009

$

154 West State 600,000 Street (M-57)

7/10/2009

$

1,250,000 Hickory Street

Restore old City water wells pumps, storage buildings, treatment facility, and storage tower system for emergency back-up purposes in conjunction with Genesee County drain Commissioner's Office-Water & waste Services division in accordance with written recommendation provided by MDEQ 3/9/2009 Construct new City Hall structure on existing grounds using LEED guidelines with new asphalt parking lot and grounds landscaping 7/9/2009

12/10/2009

$

205 South Saginaw 1,250,000 Street New City Hall, parking lot and 1,500,000 grounds

City of Montrose

Montrose, City

New City Hall, parking lot and grounds

12/10/2009

$

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City of Montrose

Montrose, City

Non-motorized pedestrian pathways

Construction of non-motorized pedestrian pathways linking downtown Depot to City/Lions Park to all Montrose Community Schools buildings and public library to Seymour Road to Barber Park in Montrose Charter Township to Blueberry park in City of Montrose loop 3/9/2009

7/10/2009

City of Montrose City of Montrose

Montrose, City Montrose, City

Acquire easements from downtown building owners to construct historic restoration of front and rear entrance exterior façade Acquire easements from downtown building owners to construct historic restoration of improvements to attract tenants, businesses, front and rear entrance exterior façade improvements to attract tenants, businesses, and customers to existing downtown district and customers to existing downtown district suffering many vacant and deteriorating suffering many vacant and deteriorating s storefronts in DDA Board redevelopment efforts 2/9/2009 Installation and operation of a broadband fiber network system for the entire City of Montrose Broadband Montrose area July, 2009 New 12" water main line and 24" sewer collection lines and reconstruction of M-57 with new storm water sewer lines system and asphalt paving between Seymour Road and M Install new 12" water main line and 24" sanitary sewer collection line and 13 in cooperation with Montrose Charter reconstruction of M-57 with new storm water sewer lines system and asphalt paving Township between Seymour Road and M-13 in cooperation with Montrose Charter Township

City of Montrose

Montrose, City & Montrose, Township

City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens

Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens

Water Filtration Plant Improvements Sanitary Sewer CIPP Basin Flushing Gun Improvements Downtown Bike/Hike Path, Rain Garden & Informational Kiosk Project Sidewalk Replacement Program

City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens

Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens

Replacement of existing 18" sanitary sewer line and appurtenances in Meadle Street. TV inspection of the sewer line show failures in the pipe due to age. 2/9/2009 Historic rehabilitation of city-owned 1859 train station to retain and expand Michigan Rehabilitation of Edison Train Station Transit Museum. 2/9/2009 Downtown Mt. Clemens Streetscape Project- Construction of new streetscape along Main Street from northbound Gratiot Avenue to Robertson. 2/9/2009 Phase II Meadle Street Sanitary Sewer Replacement

City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens

Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens

Mt. Clemens

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Construction of new gateways into downtown Mt. Clemens on northbound and Downtown Mt. Clemens Gateway southbound Gratiot Avenue - Welts, Market, Macomb, Cass, Crocker, North River, Improvements and Main Street. Downtown Mt. Clemens Streetscape Project- Construction of new streetscape in the heart of downtown along Macomb Place and Phase I Cherry Street. Downtown Seawall Repair Marine work, sheeting, and dredging in downtown area Downtown Bikepath Connector Construction of connector from Robertson to county greenway at Shadyside Park. Replace chlorine gas treatment with ultravoilet treatment to promote safety, install additional raw sewage lift pump, install sludge press, and perform necessary odor control. Replacement of existing 20" water valves older than 20 years of age Rehabilitation of water mains in the City older than 30 years of age

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Upgrade and replace four filter beds. Filter bed medium material to be upgraded allow beds to operate more efficiently. Provide and install emergency generator. 2/9/2009 Lining of existing 30" sanitary sewer in Wellington Crescent, parallel to the Clinton River. Lining will eliminate infiltration/inflow and exfiltration. 2/9/2009 Ramp construction for vehicle access for cleaning purposes, furnish and install 4 additional water deluge guns to spray and clean the basin 2/9/2009 Construction of bike/hike path in the City downtown as well as rain gardens and informational kiosks to promote environmental awareness. 2/9/2009 Sidewalk replacement / ADA ramp installation throughout the City to protect the safety of the public. 2/9/2009

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Non-motorized pedestrian pathways from Depot to all school buildings and public library to Seymour 1,750,000 Road to Bark Park

3,000,000 City DDA district Entire City

$

3,500,000 M-57

7/10/2009 7/9/2009 7/9/2009 8/9/2009 6/9/2009

$ $ $ $ $

7,000,000 500,000 500,000 1,500,000 800,000

9/9/2009 12/10/2009 8/10/2009

$ $ $

4,000,000 1,750,000 8,500,000

2/9/2009 2/9/2009 2/9/2009 2/9/2009

8/10/2009 8/10/2009 9/9/2009 8/10/2009

$ $ $ $

2,750,000 6,850,000 1,200,000 350,000

City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens

Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens

Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Water Transmission Valve Replacement Water Main Rehabilitation

2/9/2009 2/9/2009 2/9/2009

8/10/2009 8/10/2009 8/10/2009

$ $ $

6,000,000 500,000 1,000,000

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City of Mt. Clemens

Mt. Clemens

Water Main Replacement & Upsizing

Replacement of existing 4" water main line and appurtenances to 6" water main. The water main is being reconstructed due to age and evidence of fractures and breaks in the system. 2/9/2009 Sanitary sewer separation project which will elminate 300,000 cubic feet of rain water from sanitary sewer system during 10 year/1 hour rain events. 2/9/2009 Replacement of 52 year old functionally obsolete structure 3/9/2009 Replace old, totally deteriorated fire hall. Police department is now located in two small rooms without parking. A new, green facility will greatly reduce utility costs. 5/4/2009 Wastewater Treatment Plantand water/sewer line upgrades to satisfy MDEQ consent order requirements 5/4/2009 Street/Sidewalk/Lighting improvements between City Hall and County Court House. Five-block major street. 5/4/2009 Large boat entry facilities to Lake Superior. Fish cleaning and restroom facilities

8/10/2009

$

3,000,000

City of Mt. Clemens City of Mt. Clemens

Mt. Clemens Mt. Clemens

Northwest Storm Separation City Hall Reconstruction

8/10/2009 8/10/2009

City of Munising City of Munising City of Munising City of Munising City of Munising

Munising Munising Munising Munising Munising

Fire/Police Hall Water/Sewer Improvements Elm Street Enhancement Boat Launch & Restrooms Landmark Building Renovation

Joint Project to renovate large downtown landmark building for retail development

City of Munising City of Munising City of Munising City of Munising City of Munising City of Muskegon City of Muskegon

Munising Munising Munising Munising Munising Muskegon Muskegon

Bike Path Bike Path 5/4/2009 Demolition and Disposal of Old Municipal Fire Hall/Dpw Building Disposal of Abandoned DPW/Fire Hall for Retail Development. Joint project with DDA5/4/2009 New Traffic Signal. Joint project with City and DDA, to control traffic between Traffic Signal business district and Pictured Rocks Cruises/Marina 5/4/2009 Automated Utility Reading Install Automated Water Meter Reading 5/4/2009 Reconstruction of H-58 from M-28 East to City Limits. Alger County is presently H-58 Reconstruction completing H-58 to Grand Marais. 5/1/2010 Reconstruction of Muskegon Ave - Sixth St. to Reconstruction of Muskegon Ave. from Sixth St. to Pine St. including green spaces, Pine St. sustainable drainage 2009 Reconstruction of Webster Ave - Ninth St. to Reconstruction of Webster Ave. from Ninth St. to Pine St. including green spaces, Pine St. sustainable drainage 2009 Relocate the Farmer's Market to the parking to lot on Morris St. in the developing new downtown area. Plans call for a new structure that would accomidate some year Farmer's Market Relocation round vending areas and space for a restaurant. 7/1/2009 Terrace St. Reconstruction Reconstruction of Terrace St. from Apple Ave. to Western Ave. 5/1/2009 Sherman Ave. Reconstruction Reconstruction of Sherman Ave. , Lincoln to Henry 5/1/2009 Reconstruction of Muskegon Ave - Sixth St. to Reconstruction of Muskegon Ave. from Sixth St. to Ninth St. including green spaces, Ninth St. sustainable drainage. 2009 McGraft Park Building-Improvements & Retrofit for Energy Savings Improvements to the building and retrofit for energy savings. 2009 Expansion of current building. Addition of alternative energy equipment (wind turbine, Surf Shack LED lights, etc.). Suite for additional commercial space. 5/1/2009 Remodel annex, add locer rooms, upgrade restroom facilities, aoncert to energy LC Walker Arena Restaurant / Clubhouse efficient building and add restaurant accomidations. 5/1/2009 Clay Hill Sanitary Sewer Alinning of sanitary sewer to prevent sewer backups 5/1/2009 Water Filtration Plant Wind Turbines Large Wind Turbines to power the Water Filtration Plant 5/1/2009

City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon

Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon

City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon

Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon

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1,000,000 3,500,000

1,900,000 1,100,000 M-28 to Varnum 450,000 Street 435,000 1,300,000 Maple Street to 414,000 Washington Street 340,000 140,000 M-28 & Elm Street 375,000 875,000 M-28 to City Limits 400,000 1,000,000

9/1/2009 12/1/2009 12/1/2009 9/1/2009 Spring 2010 12/1/2009 9/1/2009 9/1/2009 9/1/2009

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

2,000,000 750,000 2,000,000 350,000 500,000 300,000 600,000 600,000 600,000

Former Fire Station Retrofitting City Hall Building Muskegon Public Works Building Bike Path, Phase IB

Improvements to the former Central Fire Station to convert to office use, allowing for up to 50 working spaces. Add wind turinines, LED lighting, and green roof. Make ADA compliant. 5/1/2009 Make City Hall more energy efficient by adding wind turbines, green roof, energy efficient light bulbs, porous material for parking areas. 5/1/2009 Improvements to parking area. Porous Pavement. Make building energy efficient. construct the last piece that connect the Musketawa trail to Laketon 2009 7/1/2009

9/1/2009 9/1/2009 7/1/2009

$ $ $ $

700,000 1,000,000 150,000 230,000

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Location City or Township Muskegon

Project Name Kruse Park Upgrades

Project Description Upgrades to the parking area and facilities at Kruse park. Porous pavement, LED lights. Construct a predestrian bridge over Shoreline Dr. from the LC Walker Arena to the parking lot across the street. Paring lot improvements, porous pavement.

Start Date 2009

Expected Completion Date 7/1/2009 $

Funding Request 250,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon

Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon

Shoreline Dr. Pedestrian Bridge

2009 2009 2009

12/1/2009 9/1/2009 7/1/2009

Muskegon County Fire & Police Departments Construct Police and Fire training facility. Smith-Ryerson Park Building improvements including green elements, addition of tennis courts

City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon City of Muskegon

Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon Muskegon

Former Fly Ash Site / Consumers Milling & Resurfacing of Latimer/Port City Industrial Park Veridian Dr. Road Connection Veridian Dr. Reconstruction Ottawa St. Bridge Reconstruction Getty St. Reconstruction Sanitary Sewer Improvements Laketon Ave. Reconstruction Henry St. Extension

Development of the Shoreline Trail to expand public access property and waterways. Development of a sports complex to include up to 8 soccer fields. 2009 Reconstruction of Latimer/Port City Blvd. from Black Creek Rd to Laketon Ave. Connect Veridian Dr. and Terrace Point Dr Reconstruct easterly portion of Veridian Dr. to Seaway Dr Reconstruction of Ottawa St. bridge. Reconstruction of Getty St. from Laketon Ave to Apple Ave. Sanitary Sewer Improvements from Blackcreek Rd. to Sherman Blvd. Reconstruct road from Getty to Park. Extend Henry St. north of Laketon Ave. to Western Ave. The project will link the Henry street business district to downtown.

City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights

Muskegon Heights Muskegon Heights Muskegon Heights Muskegon Heights

Acquisition of additional land for park redevelopment. Install underground utilities, water sprinkling system, security cameras and re-sod park; redevelop baseball fields per National Little League specifications; construct basketball courts, children splash Charles Lindbergh School / Park Development pool, small picnic, restroom and seating areas. 7/1/2009 Construction of a centrally located youth center for social and recreation services Construction of Youth Center delivery. 7/1/2011 Merriam / Hoyt St Replacement Peck Street Replacement Reconstruction of Merriam Street from Hoyt Street to Peck Street Reconstruction of Peck Street from Norton Ave to Keating Ave

City of Muskegon Heights

Muskegon Heights

Expansion of Muskegon-Ottawa Bike Trail along Seaway Drive through Mona Lake Park north along Hoyt Street to Norton Avenue connecting to Peck Street to existing MuskOttaw Bicycle Trail Expansion and Street connection at Peck Street and Laketon Avenue. Repaving of Peck Street from Norton Improvement Avenue to Keating Avenue. 7/1/2011

City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights

Muskegon Heights Muskegon Heights

Edgewood Green Village Infrastructure Improvements Major Street Replacement

City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights

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1,400,000 1,500,000 1,700,000

3,000,000 400,000 100,000 250,000 450,000 800,000 850,000 1,200,000 2,000,000

9/1/2009 12/1/2009 Spring 2010 12/1/2009

1/1/2010 1/1/2012 6/30/2012 6/30/2012

$ $ $ $

1,000,000 2,000,000 2,000,000 3,000,000

10/1/2009 10/1/2009

1/1/2012

$

4,000,000 X

Development of 17 acres into a green residential subdivision on Wood Street. Infrastructure improvements would include new roads, sewer and waterlines, development of alternative energy measures such as wind, solar and other green energy resources. Reconstruction of Hackley Ave, Sherman Blvd, Broadway Ave from Peck Street to Glade Street

2010 10/1/2009

2012 6/30/2012

$ $

4,500,000 X 4,500,000

Rowan Park Expansion Residential Street Replacement Muskegon Heights Wind Energy Project

Rehabilitation and expansion of a 1.5 acre park in the city’s Central Business District. Acquisition and demolition of one city block of houses on Baker Street across from the park. Installations of underground utilities, new water sprinkling system, re-sod entire park and install above ground video security system. Construct new outdoor performance stage, splash/wading pool, reconfigure parking lot and connect park with Strand Performance Center, install permanent game boards, picnic shelters and park seating. 7/1/2009 Replacement of 8 residential street, sewer and waterlines, from Keating Street to Seaway Drive, and from Getty Street to Glade Street. 7/1/2009 Development of wind turbine sites for the generation of residential, commercial and industrial energy. 1/1/2010

1/1/2010 1/1/2010 6/1/2011

$ $ $

5,000,000 8,000,000 X 10,000,000

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Location City or Township

Project Name Pedestrian Crosswalk over Seaway Drive

Project Description Overpass across Seaway Drive for pedestrian use.

Start Date 7/1/2011

Expected Completion Date 1/1/2012 $

Funding Request 10,000,000 X

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights City of Muskegon Heights

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Muskegon Heights Market Place and Train Station Plaza Manahan Street Repairs Peck Street Broadway Streetscape Construction of Fire Station Construction of Department of Public Works Building Muskegon Heights High School Athletic Building Expansion

Incorporation of the Muskegon Heights Market Place (Farmers Market) with the Train Station Project. Project will include construction of new plaza, market place building and train station; railroad track repair and upgrade where needed. 6/1/2009 Construction/Opening of Manahan Street from Peck Street to Jefferson Street. Peck Street from Summit Avenue to Hackley Avenue, Broadway Street from Hoyt Street to Sixth Street 10/1/2009 7/1/2010

1/1/2010 1/30/2011

Contruction of a 6,000 sq.ft. new fire garage, office space and sleeping quarters 10/1/2009 Construction of new public works facility including public works & utilities department on former Bennett Pump Site 7/1/2010 Construction of auxiliary gymnasium with seating, dressing rooms, showers, restrooms and fitness center. 7/1/2009 Anchor building in the city’s central business district. Project includes the historic renovation of theater, first floor commercial rehabilitation with second & third floors mixed commercial & residential. Rehabilitation of the city’s historic cemetery including the installation of a water sprinkling system, re-sod entire cemetery, renovated water fall/fountain on Airline Drive; move and replace service drive; repair retaining wall, memorial chapel, administrative buildings and new signage

Muskegon Heights

Strand Building Renovation

City of Muskegon Heights

Muskegon Heights

Mona View Cemetery

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The redevelopment of a former dilapidated, polluted industrial site in the city’s downtown area. Activities include: subdivision of land into lots, installation of Bennett Pump Site Redevelopment (Public underground green utilities, alternative energy /wind facilities, upgrading of service Works) roads and construction of green business incubator. 7/1/2009 Muskegon Family Care Inc., Facility Expansion of the existing site to increase office space interview rooms and a Expansion community room for clients of the Federally Qualified Health Care Center. 10/1/2009 Acquisition of property adjacent to Mona Lake Park for recreation, land easements Acquisition of Property and mixed use construction. 7/1/2009 Consolidation of West Michigan Therapy clinical and residential Treatment centers on West Michigan Therapy, Facility Construction one site. New green LEED rated building. 1/1/2009

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Muskegon Heights Water System Upgrade Redevelopment of the Waste Water Treatment Plant and Dept of Public Works Building

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Demolition of waste water plant; environmental assessment and demolition of the public works building; installation of public green infrastructure for a 12 acre mixed residential / commercial/ recreation use development. 4/1/2009 Redevelopment of a 34 acre urban park with a conference center, outdoor Mona Lake Park Redevelopment Project (ED) entertainment&exhibit center and a lakefront outdoor sports facilities. 6/1/2009 Downtown Security in the Muskegon Hts Installation of cameras and hiring of (3) police officers to monitor criminal activities in Central Business District the downtown central business district. 1/1/2009

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Upgrades to the Muskegon Heights water infiltration plant and pumping station including ADA upgrades, enhanced internal and external security systems; alternative wind energy systems, new sewer and waterlines. 7/1/2009

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25,000,000 1,000,000 X City of Muskegon 2,000,000 Heights 2,500,000 5,000,000 City of Muskegon 5,500,000 Heights

6/1/2009

9,000,000

7/1/2009

$

2,500,000

1/1/2010 4/1/2010 7/1/2010 6/30/2010

$ $ $ $

2,500,000 1,800,000 3,000,000 3,000,000

1/1/2010

$

3,000,000

10/1/2010 12/1/2010 6/1/2010

$ $ $

4,000,000 X 5,600,000 500,000

Muskegon Heights Youth Micro Business Development Project Muskegon Heights Business Development Fund

The development, coordination of youth business development services and projects. The establishment and monitoring of youth micro businesses located in the Muskegon Heights Market. 1/1/2009 Recapitalization of the city’s economic development fund for business gap financing. 7/1/2009

6/1/2010 1/1/2010

$ $

800,000 1,000,000

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City of Newaygo

City of Newaygo

City of Newaygo Museum

The Newaygo museum is a historic building dating back to the early 1900s. It does not have a heating or cooling system or any windows and housed over 1.6 million dollars in historic artifacts which have been slowly deteriorating over the years. The City was able to obtain some grant funds to build a 40' x 60' storage building in which college students, over the summer of 2008, were able to categorize, electronically inventory and pack up all the inventory from the museum and place in the storage facility. This was done in hopes that the museum might be able to be renovated and better utilized for the community and county. The museum is an old Portland Cement Company building (1901) and sits directly on the Muskegon River. It lies adjacent to one of the City's many beautiful parks. The project would consist of renovating the building and bringing it back to its original state with a new enery efficient heating and cooling system, new energy efficient windows and doors and new roof this landmark could be open year round for citizens, visitors and tourists alike to visit. 5/1/2009

City of Newaygo

City of Newaygo

City of Newaygo Library / City Hall

The City of Newaygo currently has a Carnegie Library that was built in 1915. The library is 3,000 SF and not handicap assessible. The City needs funding to expand the library as well as to make it handicap assessible. The library is not large enough for the volumn of patrons who visit each month. People come from not only the City but surrounding townships. The library would like to expand to offer more programs to children but currently the children area is not large enough to accomodate. It also needs updated heating and cooling systems and energy efficient windows and lighting Next door is City Hall. The plan is to connect to City Hall to increase opportunities for collaboration and cost sharing. City Hall is at capacity with no more space to hire additional employees. We would like to renovate an old auditorium to be utilized for Council and other meetings as well as be a large space for elections which are held up to four times a year in the City. This would free up space for more offices and other needed facilities in other parts of City Hall. 4/1/2009 In order to reduce the City's carbon footprint, the City needs to automate the monitoring and operation of the water and sewer system controls. Currently all controls are manual and require physical onsite labor to operate or take meter readings. This is extremely inefficient, requiring many labor hours and numerous automobile trips which use many galllons of fuel. Automated computer controls will produce quicker response times to emergencies increasing community safety. Computer controls will also collect valuable data that can be used for predicting failures and prolonging equipment life.

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City of Newaygo

Automation of Controls for Water and Sewer system

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Muskegon River Joint Public Safety Project

The Muskegon River spans the width of Newaygo County, flowing through the City of Newaygo. The river is famous for its fishing and its recreational opportunities, drawing tourists regionally and nationally. There are local canoe and inner-tube rental businesses along the river and each year thousands of people recreate by floating down the river. Unfortunately, this has brought many criminal problems; drunken and disorderly conduct, narcotics use and sales, assaults, thefts, littering, illegal boating and even drownings. Currently, the Newaygo Police Department and Newaygo County Sheriff do not have the funds for policing this influx of problems along the river and in the city parks. This project would work Newaygo Police Department officers and the Newaygo County Sheriff deputies in a combined effort to lessen criminal activity, encourage a safe environment for the tourists and residents and also to protect this natural resource. This project would create a number of police officer jobs and bring more tourists to the area because of the safer environment created on the Muskegon River. 4/15/2009

10/1/2010

$

178,620

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City of Newaygo

City of Newaygo

Community Business Center (CBC) and business incubator

The City of Newaygo is considering purchasing the second floor or condo unit (13,000 sq. ft.) of a building that is breaking ground in our downtown district. The first floor will be available for leaseing to retail shops and the second floor will be a Remote Work Center known as "The Steam". The City has partnered with Haworth, Inc. on the second floor to make it LEED certified and hi-tech for those wishing to work closer to home in an office environment. Spaces and offices will be available to "members" who wish to work remotely. This concept will be marketed and furnished by Haworth, Inc. to be a model for other cities and communities throughout the United States. Newaygo being a rural community but yet only 40 miles from major cities is a perfect place to have a remote work center. Eductional opportunities will also be offered as well as hi-tech training facilities. We are looking at funding to help offset the costs of the second floor and to make it LEED certified. 3/15/2009 A developer has purchased 226 acres of property, some of which are adjacent to the Muskegon River. The developer is going to be building a lodge and condos and needs to put in 2.6 miles of road to get back to the lodge and condos. The City of Newaygo, because of this new project, will need to increase it's sewer plant capacity to go from 400,000 gallons to 1 million gallons as well as put in new sewer infrastructure, water infrastructure, water tower, storm drains, paving, curbs and gutters. This is a huge opportunity for the City of Newaygo to expand housing and provide lodging for visitors and tourists. 4/1/2009 Wood St is located in one of the oldest parts of the City of Newaygo. Elements along the road such as the brick-laid manholes date back to the early 1900s. This road is useful to County, State, and Federal persons since it serves as the only access to the Newaygo Post Office. Wood St is the only detour option if highway M-37 is closed due to construction or local events. Parking Lot Improvement (Second St.) Intersection Safety Project (Wayne St.) Intersection Safety Project (E. Main St.) Parks Department Maintenance Facility Bridge Repairs - 4 Locations City-wide Street Paving (New Construction) Energy Savings Project - Public Bldgs Wastewater Treatment Plant Improvements Parking Lot Construction (Plym Park) Airport Runway Resurfacing Fencing Project (Plym Park) Parking Lot Improvement (Street Dept.) Cemetery Road Paving City-wide Street Resurfacing City-wide Sidewalk Replacement

City of Newaygo

City of Newaygo

Riverbank Development / Waste Water Treatment system Expansion

City of Newaygo City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Northville City of Northville

City of Newaygo City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles City of Niles

Wood St Reconstruct/Repaving

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4/1/2009 9/1/2009 8/1/2009 9/1/2009 10/1/2009 8/1/2009 7/1/2009 5/1/2009 6/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

9/30/2009 12/31/2009 11/30/2009 12/31/2009 6/1/2010 5/1/2010 7/1/2010 6/1/2010 7/30/2010 9/1/2009 9/1/2009 9/1/2009 9/1/2009 10/1/2009 7/1/2010 12/1/2010 may, 2010 5/1/2010

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

771,000 100,000 200,000 600,000 750,000 1,500,000 2,400,000 3,000,000 10,000,000 125,000 215,000 40,000 60,000 250,000 3,000,000 6,000,000 300,000 700,000

Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation project Watermain Replacement Project

Line and seal existing sanitary sewer pipe to elimiante water infiltration into the pipe. June, 2009 Replace and undersized 6/8" watermain with a new 12" watermain to improve fire protection in the town. June, 2009 Change street lights from high pressure sodium vapor street lighting to LED street lighting reducing energy use in half and extending the usfull life of the fixture from 18 months to 8 years. May, 2009 Renovations to heating and cooling system, lighting, plumbing, and building insulation in the Northville City Hall. April, 2009

City of Northville City of Northville

City of Northville, Michigan Downtown Street Lighting Upgrade City of Northville, Michigan City Hall Energy Efficiency Project

May, 2010 February, 2010

$ $

400,000 1,300,000

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Submitting Agency City of Northville

Location City or Township

Project Name

City of Northville, Michigan Purchase of Electric Utility Trucks

Project Description Purchase four electric utility trucks for Public Works Department fleet to perform routine service in the water and streets division. Reconstrucion of 1 mile of roadway including drainage improvements and some sidewalk Reconstrucion of 1.1 miles of roadway including drainage improvements and watermain replacement. Reconstrucion of 2.2 miles of roadway including drainage improvements and some sidewalk.

Start Date April, 2009

Expected Completion Date May, 2010 $

Funding Request 150,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Norton Shores

Norton Shores

Grand Haven Rd Reconstruction

8/1/2009

11/1/2009

City of Norton Shores

Norton Shores

Norton Avenue Reconstruction

6/1/2009

10/1/2009

City of Norton Shores City of Norton Shores City of Norton Shores

Norton Shores City of Norton Shores Norton Shores

Pontaluna Rd. Reconstruction Getty Street Improvements Henry St Reconstruction

6/1/2009

Reconstrucion of 1.25 miles of roadway including drainage improvements and sidewalk.

City of Norton Shores City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi

Norton Shores City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi

Getty St Reconstruction Nine Mile Road Nine Mile Road Meadowbrook Rd NW Quad Ring Rd Beck Road

Reconstrucion of 1.15 miles of roadway including drainage improvements.

Pavement repairs and repaving the one mile length of 2- and 3- lane roadway. Pavement repairs and repaving the one mile length of 2- and 3- lane roadway.

Pavement repairs and repaving the one mile length of 2- and 3- lane roadway. Constructiion of a one-third mile long roadway consisting of a 4-lane boulevard to connect two major thoroughfares. Pavement repairs and repaving the one mile length of 2- and 3- lane roadway.

City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi

City of Novi City of Novi City of Novi

Grand River Ave Novi Road Signalizations Program

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Non-motorized Pathway Program

Regional Basin Retrofit Program Sanitary Lift Station Upgrade Program Meadowbrook Glens Sanitary Sewer Fuerst Park

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Pavement repairs and maintenance overlay of the over two mile length of 2- and 3lane roadway to extend pavement life until reconstruction/widening occurs in 2025.

Pavement repairs and repaving the half mile length of 6-, 7- and 8- lane roadway. New traffic signals at two intersections (Beck/Cider Mill, Wixom/Ten); signal support improvments at six Novi Road intersections.

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Grand Haven Rd, Pontaluna Rd to 1,700,000 Wilson Rd

Norton Avenue, Henry St to 1,775,000 Roosevelt Rd Pontaluna Rd, Grand Haven Rd to 3,000,000 Henry St 2,500,000 Henry St, Hile Rd 1,850,000 to Seminole Rd Getty St, Seaway Dr to Braodway 2,750,000 Ave Meadowbrook to 593,688 Haggerty

5/1/2009

7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 8/15/2009 7/1/2009

556,600 Novi to Taft Eight Mile to Nine 653,200 Mile Novi Road to 3,494,800 Grand River Ave Nine Mile to Ten 510,000 Mile

8/15/2009 9/1/2009 7/1/2009

12/1/2009 12/1/2009 12/1/2009

$ $ $

920,000 Novi to Haggerty 951,050 I-96 to Twelve Mile Various 822,000 Intersections Ten Mile/Catherine to Hampton Hill; Willowbrook/ Guilford to Oak 259,500 Tree 605,000 453,100 330,000 440,000

Pedestrian and bicycle pathways to fill gaps along a major arterial and adjacent to elementary school. Improve three storm water detention basins (C&O, Cedar Springs, McManus) to attenuate flooding and prevent erosion downstream. Upgrade four sanitary lift stations to improve energy efficiency and mitigate risks to human health and the environment. Rehabilitate failing sanitary sewer to address inflow/infiltration issues, which diminish the city's sanitary capacity. Construction of a new 6.5 acre park. Installation of solar photovoltaic collectors on the roof of the Novi Civic Center to generate electricity and realize an annual reduction in annual electrical power consumption of over 13,000 kwh, resulting in savings of $1,100 per year.

7/1/2009 6/1/2009 5/1/2009 7/1/2009 5/1/2009

12/1/2009 11/1/2009 9/1/2009 12/31/2009 7/31/2009

$ $ $ $ $

City of Novi

City of Novi

Solar Photovoltaic System - Civic Center

5/1/2009

7/1/2009

$

106,889

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City of Novi

Novi, Michigan

School Resource Officer

The City of Novi Police Department currently has one School Resource Officer (SRO) Assigned to the Novi High School. This Officer is also responsible for activities and investigations at other facilities related to Novi Community Schools. It would be extremely beneficial to this program to add a second SRO and have that Officer assigned to The Novi Middle School. This would allow Officers to split the District assignments such as disaster drills, lock down drills and other School District extra curricular activities. Additionally, other investigations and educational programs would be handled by the officer more familiar with the building and personnel. We are requesting funding for one additional School Resource Officer. Immediate Police department staff would have the ability to fingerprint citizens of Novi via an approved state livescan system for applicant purposes. The system allows for immediate transmission of the fingerprints to the state for immediate processing. The state has mandated that specific applicant fingerprints must be transmitted to the state via a livescan system. Currently the closest location is Livonia with limited hours. Convenience of the location will save time and money for the citizens and timely submission of fingerprints. Immediate

City of Novi

Novi, Michigan

Applicant Live Scan for Records/Investigations

City of Novi

Novi, Michigan

The sole purpose of granting Novi Police Department rapid visual access to the various malls and Novi Civic Center interior and exterior. This would establish a connection between Twelve Oaks Mall existing camera system and the Novi Police Department for the sole purpose of granting law enforcement rapid access to the Digital Camera System Connecting Twelve Oak Mall, Main Street, Fountain Walk Mall and mall’s interior and exterior camera system. The project would also establish pan, tilt Novi Civic Center to the Novi Police and zoom cameras around the local shopping districts for viewing at the police Department department.

City of Novi

Novi, Michigan

Senior Citizen Education Program

City of Novi

Novi, Michigan

Crime Suppression Unit

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The Senior Education Program will provide two specific programs for all Novi residents fifty five years of age or better. The Mature Driver Workshop is offered in conjunction with the Traffic Improvement Association, TIA, to provide education and training for any Novi resident who may be interested in improving road safety. Participants of this program will have the opportunity to evaluate their driving strengths and deficiencies, understand the effects aging has on a driver's skills, created driving strategies and learn compensation skills for any diminished abilities. The Emergency Preparedness program provides support and education to the seniors. The following topics will be covered, severe heat and cold temperatures, chemical emergencies, vial for life program, personal safety and mass casualty response. Immediate

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This unit will specifically be dedicated to crime prevention and apprehension of criminals. Officers assigned to this unit will focus their enforcement and prevention activities on specifically identified crime patterns and trouble spots. The formation of this unit will require the hiring of two additional police officers.

6/1/2009

On-going

$

240,000

City building energy reduction project

This project will replace the old, undersized, inefficient and functionally deficient City Hall, Public Safety (police and fire), and Court with new energy efficient buildings. These buildings will take into consideration the needs of the community and staff to efficiently perform the business of the City of Oak Park. A schematic design package with design development was done in 1998 and an independent needs assessment was done in 2008 for the City Complex. The assessment showed that the current City buildings were inadequate for the current staffing levels and needs of the employees and residents of the City. The City is interested in energy conservation and we have already hired an architect to design new buildings with a goal of achieving a LEED Spring/Summer gold standard and a minimum requirement of LEED silver. 2009

Winter 2010

$

17,500,000

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City of Onaway City of Otsego

Onaway, MI City of Otsego

Runway Reconstruction Rvierfront Tral Extension

Existing runway and taxiway pavements have deteriorated and are in need of reconstruction. Airport provides a valuable transportation link and is a vital part of the community; however it is ineligible for federal funds. Runway was originally paved in 1971. Existing pavement has deteriorated so badly that the pavement has needed extensive crack sealing 4 times in the last 12 years. Existing navigational lighting aids along runway will be replaced with updated fixtures which will provide a safer more energy efficient system. This work will allow this airport to provide an important transportation link for this rural community. The continuing deterioration of this pavement will soon begin to limit operations and cause people to relocate to another area. Project will create temporary construction jobs and preserve jobs that are currently tied to the airport. 5/1/2009 Extend existing 10 foot wide paved Riverfront Trail approximatley 4,00 linear feet westerly to City park. Phase II of III.

City of Otsego

city of Otsego

City Transfer Station Relocatoin

New construction of City Transfer Station, to complete relocation of City Department of Public Works facilities allwoing commercial redevelopment in downtown adjacent to Kalamazoo River. Spring 2009 Owosso is designated as a low/mod community. Owosso has a 50 year old Holman Pool which is free to the public. The Pool needs to be rehabilitated and rebuilt. We have a partnership with several local public/private partners to develop a new pool recreation area.

City of Owosso City of Owosso

City of Owosso City of Owosso

Holman Pool Rehabilitation Federal Aid Road Projects

Owosso is a low/mod community. We want to rehabilitate 10 homes in the next year. 8/1/2009 Owosso is investing $4 million in a downtown streetscape in 2008-2010. This LED light conversion would be part of the streetscape development. The City had this in the original plan, but could not afford the conversion. This investment will save the City 60% of lighting costs in downtown.

City of Owosso

City of Owosso

LED Light Conversion

City of Owosso

City of Owosso

The Steam Railroad Institute is nonprofit entity located in the City of Owosso. The SRI brings in approximately 30,000 visitors a year to our area. The SRI is home of the "North Pole Express" The SRI needs to expand to meet this tourism demand. The City is working with the SRI to create jobs and develop infrastructure around this location. We will build and develop a new public parking lot, a new public area with green space, and a new visitor center. This project would also join two other MDOT Enhancement projects, other private funding, and a DEQ funded project. We have Steam Railroad Institute Development Project spoken with MEDC on this project 6/1/2009

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Parchment Community Center River Reach Development's main road sewer and water Sidewalk Replacement (City wide) 2 Sanitary Sewer Pump Station on-site generators Sanitary manhole replacement Park & Hubbard River Reach Trailway Thomas/Orient Sanitary Sewer Switches for fluoride receptacle outlet

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9/1/2009

Dec 1. 2009

6/1/2009

July 31,2009

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300 Downtown 80,000 Streetlights

9/1/2009

$

150,000 Infrastructure

Construct a central community center facility with indoor recreational facilities such as tennis courts, racquetball courts, youth meeting areas, cultural venues such as an amphitheater and town hall community room. The ideal size of the facility would be 50,000 square feet with sizeable outdoor space to accommodate seasonal events. 8/15/2009 River Reach Main Road City wide conductivity Pump Station on-site Generators (2) Sanitary manhole replacement Park & Hubbard 14,100 LF of trail way connecting city central recreation area to Kindleberger Park Thomas/Orient Sanitary Sewer Replacement (2000 LF) Install a flow switch or pressure switch in series to the fluoride receptacle outlet. 6/15/2009 6/15/2009 5/15/2009 5/15/2009 5/15/2009 5/15/2009 5/15/2009

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Location City or Township Parchment Parchment Parchment Parchment Parchment Parchment Parchment Parchment

Project Name Iron sediment removal at backwash lagoons Lottie Ave. Water Main Generator at water Tower Eunice Ave. Water Main Haymac & Clarnin Water Main McKinley Water Main Solvel Water Main Lead Water Service Replacement

Project Description Remove the iron sediments from within the backwash lagoon.

Start Date 5/15/2009

Expected Completion Date 11/15/2009 11/15/2009 11/15/2009 11/15/2009 $

Funding Request 36,000 42,000 60,000 98,400 240,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

500 LF of 12-inch main to extend Lottie Avenue to Eunice Avenue (expansion driven). 5/15/2009 Generator at water Tower 5/15/2009 1,200 LF of 12-inch water main to extend Eunice Avenue to “G” Avenue (expansion driven). 5/15/2009 2,100 LF of 12-inch main in Haymac and Clarnin from “G” Avenue to Parchmount (replacement). 5/15/2009 6,200 LF of 12-inch main in McKinley and Riverview Drive to Collingwood Avenue. Solvel Water Extension Lead Water Service Replacement 5/15/2009 5/15/2009 5/15/2009

City of Plainwell

Plainwell, Michigan 49080 Plainwell Public Safety Building

Project would construct an 18,000 sq. ft. Public Safety Building to be located on the former Plainwell Paper site.

City of Plainwell

Plainwell, MI

Runway Reconstruction

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Elm Park Water Main Replacement Elm Park Reconstruction

Fairwood Reconstruction

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Existing runway and taxiway pavements have deteriorated and are in need of reconstruction. Airport provides a valuable transportation link and is a vital part of the community; however it is ineligible for federal funds. Runway was originally paved in 1970. Existing navigational lighting aids along runway will be replaced with updated fixtures which will provide a safer more energy efficient system. This project has been on the 5 year plan since 2003. Project will create temporary construction jobs and preserve jobs that are currently tied to the airport. The continuing deterioration of this pavement will soon begin to limit operations and cause people to relocate to another area. 5/1/2009

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8/1/2009 9/1/2009 9/1/2009 9/1/2009

$ $ $ $

920,000 Rwy 9/27 210,000 375,000 390,000

The replacement of the Water main on Elm Park Blvd. 5/1/2009 The removal and replacement of Elm Park Blvd Concrete. Portions of the sewer will be repaired as needed. 5/1/2009 The removal and replacement of Fairwood Ave.Concrete. Portions of the sewer will be repaired as needed. 5/1/2009

Redevelopment of Central Middle School Athletic Fields

This Project is based on a partnership between the City of Plymouth and the Plymouth Canton School District to complete significant upgrades to the athletic fields at the Central Middle School facility in Plymouth. Both agencies share use of these fields and thus desire to combine available matching funds to complete the improvements. Planned improvements would include (1) ADA accessible bleachers, (2) ADA accessible bathroom facilities, (3) LED/Energy Efficient lighting upgrades for the primary fields, (4) solar energy powered lighting along walkable routes throughout the athletic complex, (5) synthetic athletic turf to save both water and the electricity required to run sprinkler systems, reduce pesticides and fertilizer use and reduce maintenance costs to create a "green field", and (6) a full field turf practice field.

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City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

Tonquish Creek Flood Reduction and Storm Water Management

Flows in the Tonquish Creek have increased from 350 cubic feet per second to nearly 3 times that amount over the past 35 years. The Tonquish Creek flows through the TBD, pending City of Plymouth in an enclosed 84" elliptical tube that is drastically undersized. funding Localized flooding occurs along the Creek during large rain events. This project will availability, construct improvements (water quality devices, detention areas, additional storm project can be sewer for conveyance, etc...) to minimize local flooding and improve water quality to obligated in 120 safely allow the storm water to pass through the City. days Flows in the Tonquish Creek have increased from 350 cubic feet per second to nearly 3 times that amount over the past 35 years. The Tonquish Creek flows through the TBD, pending City of Plymouth in an enclosed 84" elliptical tube that is drastically undersized. funding Localized flooding occurs along the Creek during large rain events. This project will availability, construct improvements (water quality devices, detention areas, additional storm project can be sewer for conveyance, etc...) to minimize local flooding and improve water quality to obligated in 120 safely allow the storm water to pass through the City. days

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

Tonquish Creek Flood Reduction and Storm Water Management

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

Cultural Center Energy Efficiency Improvements

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

Traffic Signal & Intersection Upgrades

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The Plymouth Cultural Center is a public building that serves many uses including a full size ice skating rink, community rooms, an auditorium, kitchen, and the City's recreation department. The Cultural Center is identified as an emergency shelter for the community. The project consists of: (1) upgrading the 40 year old compressors, chillers and ice making equipment that support the ice rink activities with modern energy efficient models, (2) updating the building's HVAC systems to improve energy efficiency (i.e replace old boilers with new high efficiency boilers, replace/improve HVAC control systems), (3) provide a back up power source in the form of a gas generator to run the facilities critical systems (i.e. lighting, heat, etc..) in times where electricity is lost, (4) add insulation to the roof to help reflect the cold air down to the ice areas, and (5) updating the building's plumbing systems to save energy and water consumption (i.e. replace old domestic hot water heaters with new more efficient heaters, replace aging plumbing fixtures with sensor operated/low flow fixtures, etc..) 7/1/2009

Upgrade 3 intersections in downtown Plymouth including (1) new LED traffic signals on new mast arms, (2) ADA ramp improvements to improve pedestrian accessibility at each intersection and (3) technology improvements isuch as countdown pedestrian signals to increase safety and reduce pedestrian/vehicle conflicts, which improves the overall efficiency of the roadway network. TBD, pending Upgrade 3 intersections in downtown Plymouth including (1) new LED traffic signals funding on new mast arms, (2) ADA ramp improvements to improve pedestrian accessibility availability, at each intersection and (3) technology improvements isuch as countdown pedestrian project can be signals to increase safety and reduce pedestrian/vehicle conflicts, which improves the obligated in 120 overall efficiency of the roadway network. days

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1,500,000 (1) Ann Arbor Trail and Main Street, (2) Ann Arbor Trail and Harvey, and (3) Main Street and 600,000 Penniman (1) Ann Arbor Trail and Main Street, (2) Ann Arbor Trail and Harvey, and (3) Main Street and 600,000 Penniman

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Traffic Signal & Intersection Upgrades

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City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

Massey Field Upgrades

TBD, pending funding availability, project can be obligated in 120 Add ADA accessible walking routes and bathrooms around the baseball field, add new energy efficient lighting to minimize the nighttime glare into adjacent properties. days

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$

350,000

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Project Description The 2009 Infrastructure Improvement program includes the reconstruction of streets, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and sidewalk in residential neighborhoods to increase water transmission, eliminate utility deficiencies, reduce inflow and infiltration reduce water loss and main breaks, reduce roadway maintenance and increase pedestrian and bicycle safety along the public road network. ADA compliant sidewalk ramps will be constructed at each intersection.

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City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

2009 Infrastructure Improvement Program

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

2009 Infrastructure Improvement Program

The 2009 Infrastructure Improvement program includes the reconstruction of streets, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and sidewalk in residential neighborhoods to increase water transmission, eliminate utility deficiencies, reduce inflow and infiltration reduce water loss and main breaks, reduce roadway maintenance and increase Construction pedestrian and bicycle safety along the public road network. ADA compliant sidewalk anticipated to ramps will be constructed at each intersection. start June 1, 2009 The 2010 Infrastructure Improvement program includes the reconstruction of streets, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and sidewalk in residential neighborhoods to increase water transmission, eliminate utility deficiencies, reduce inflow and infiltration reduce water loss and main breaks, reduce roadway maintenance and increase pedestrian and bicycle safety along the public road network. ADA compliant sidewalk ramps will be constructed at each intersection. The 2011 Infrastructure Improvement program includes the reconstruction of streets, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and sidewalk in residential neighborhoods to increase water transmission, eliminate utility deficiencies, reduce inflow and infiltration reduce water loss and main breaks, reduce roadway maintenance and increase pedestrian and bicycle safety along the public road network. ADA compliant sidewalk ramps will be constructed at each intersection.

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

2010 Infrastructure Improvement Program

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

2011 Infrastructure Improvement Program

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

2012 Infrastructure Improvement Program

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

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Construction Completion anticipated by Oct 15, 2010

Holbrook, Hartsough, Burroughs and Irvin

2011 Infrastructure Improvement Program

The 2011 Infrastructure Improvement program includes the reconstruction of streets, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and sidewalk in residential neighborhoods to increase water transmission, eliminate utility deficiencies, reduce inflow and infiltration reduce water loss and main breaks, reduce roadway maintenance and increase Construction pedestrian and bicycle safety along the public road network. ADA compliant sidewalk anticipated to ramps will be constructed at each intersection. start June 1, 2011

Construction Completion anticipated by Oct 15, 2011

Dewey, Byron, and Simpson

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City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

2012 Infrastructure Improvement Program

The 2012 Infrastructure Improvement program includes the reconstruction of streets, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer and sidewalk in residential neighborhoods to increase water transmission, eliminate utility deficiencies, reduce inflow and infiltration reduce water loss and main breaks, reduce roadway maintenance and increase Construction pedestrian and bicycle safety along the public road network. ADA compliant sidewalk anticipated to ramps will be constructed at each intersection. start June 1, 2012 This project involves the creation of technical assistance programs for businesses in the downtown and old Village commercial districts of the City of Plymouth. These programs would include the colaboration, cooperation and participation of the City, the Downtown Development Authority and the Chamber of Commerce to provide assistance to local businesses in areas of financial management, cooperative marketing, sharing of resources, business development and job creation. Design and construction of a new DPW&U Facility. The current facility is extremely dated and requires a significant amount of maintenance and repair. New Building would be LEEDS certified and contain up to date, proven environmental additions to make the building as "Green" as possible.

Construction Completion anticipated by Oct 15, 2012

City of Plymouth

City of Plymouth

Economic Development Assistance

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

DPW & U Facility

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Civic Center (City Hall, Police, and Court)

Design and construction of a new Civic Center. The current facilities are stand only buildings, they are extremely dated and require a significant amount of maintenance and repair. New Building would be LEEDS certified and contain up to date, proven environmental additions to make the building as "Green" as possible. 10/9/2009 Expansion to the wastewater treatment plant to allow the City to more effectively collect and treat wastewater from Pontiac and surrounding communities. Replacement of the #1,2 primary and final clarifiers with 10 state standard tanks, at the Auburn plant Design and construction of a new central fire station and training facility. The current station was built in 1961 and has no training facilities. The department has outgrown this station. The newest Ladder Truck will not fit through the doors. Establishment of High density & high technology office/ user space along State Trunkline etween two medical anchor institutions Dredge connection between Mill pond and all sports lake to give Pontiac residents access to water sports. Create a community banquet facility. Retrofit building for City Offices or Community Center Adaptive Reuse of all vacant school buildings vacant brownfield sites such a Skandia and Kennett Road Landfi Major foundation, wall, electrical, plubming, roof, ventilation, roof, and ceiling repair throughout courthouse

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

WWTP Expansion Replacement of the #1,2 primary and final clarifiers with 10 state standard tanks, at the Auburn plant

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

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Central Fire Station Smart Zone

Marina Purchase WHRC Building Adaptive Reuse Environmental remediation 50th District Court/Community Development Stimulus Project

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Pontiac

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15,000,000 N/A

9/9/2009

$

300,000 N/A

9/9/2009 5/9/2009 7/9/2009 10/9/2009 10/9/2009 11/9/2009 9/9/2009 July, 2009 3/9/2009 5/10/2009

7/10/2009 10/10/2009 9/10/2009 11/10/2009 6/10/2009 9/10/2009 7/10/2009 7/10/2009 3/10/2009 2/11/2009

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

10,000,000 N/A 5,000,000 N/A 15,000,000 1,000,000 250,000 5,000,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A

Uncover original waterway and create greeen spcace and development potential Purchase of 4 electric GM Volts for fleet pool cars Design and construction of a central Community Center

250,000 N/A Woodward Avenue 50,000,000 (M-10) 160,000 N/A 5,000,000 N/A

Installation new 8" and 12" water mains for improved system reliability and efficiency, and pressures on dead-end and isolated areas of the City water systems 9/9/2009 Installation and replacement of existing aged 4" water mains (many which are 60+ years old) with new 8" mains for improved system reliability and efficiency, and pressures

9/11/2009

$

3,620,000 City Wide

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Water Main Upgrade from 6" to 8" Pipe

9/9/2009

9/12/2009

$

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Project Description Installation and replacement of existing aged 4" water mains (many which are 60+ years old) with new 8" mains for improved system reliability and efficiency, and pressures

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City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Water Main Upgrade from 4" to 8" Pipe

9/9/2009

9/12/2009

$

1,520,000 City Wide

City of Pontiac City of Pontiac

Pontiac Pontiac

Installation and replacement of existing aged 6" & 8" water mains (many which are 60+ years old) with new 12" mains for improved system reliability and efficiency, and Water Main Upgrade, Installation of 12" Main pressures 9/9/2009 Rehabilitation and replacement of pumps, motors, electrical controls, and structural Lift Station Repairs/Reconstruction improvements to 13 sanitary lift stations 9/9/2009 Point repairs to various sanitary sewers to removal inflow and infiltration, through the use of grouting of various joints within the sanitary sewer pipes 5/9/2009 Repairs to roof, boiler, minor structural work to building, doors and windows within water & sewer administration and water pumping station building, including security measures 9/9/2009 Repairs to roof, heating unit, concrete flooring, and minor structural repairs, including security measures 9/9/2009 Convert Woodward Avenue to 2-way traffic. Renovation of subject HVAC Sysyem Demolition & Construction of Restroom Facilities at City Parks

9/11/2009 5/10/2009

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Sanitary Sewer Repairs Capital Repairs Water and Sewer Maintenance Building Water and Sewer Maintenance Building Facilities Woodward Avenue Police Station HVAC Renovations Park Facilities

City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac

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Rehabilitation of Existing Community Centers Rehabilitation of Existing Community Center Buildings through out the City Green or energy effcient Roofs City Hall, DPW, Police Building, and Fire station Construction of pedestrian bridge over Telegraph Road for the Clinton River Trail. The structure will connect the existing trail in Sylvan Lake with the existing trail in Pontiac. Demolish Silverdome and prepare the site for redevelopment Replacement of street signs along major and local roads. Existing signs will be out of compliance with federal regulations by 2012. Total Removal and Replacement Total Removal and Replacement

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Clinton River Trail Pedestrian Bridge Demolition of Silverdome Street Sign Replacement City Hall Roof Police Station Roof Demolition of Hayes Jones Center and Pool Weed Abatement Park Clean Up and Maintenance Tree Planting Tree Removal

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Total demolition of subject structure July, 2009 Purchase of 2 tractors with mowing attachements and hiring of seasonal employees to maintain vacant lots 5/9/2009 Hiring of seasonal staff for spring clean up and summer maintenance in parks including vehciles and small equipment 5/9/2009 City wide tree planting 5/9/2009 Removal of Blighted and unsafe trees City wide 5/9/2009 Connection between the Auburn Road Plant and the East Boulevard Plant as well as equipment and operation to centeral computer. July, 2009 Repaving of both the Auburn Road and Rast Boulevard Driveways 5/9/2009 Concrete Repair of Tanks and Buildings at both the Auburn and E.B. plants 4/9/2009 Replacement of roofs on buildings at both plants. Eight Buildings 4/9/2009 New Induced Draft Fan for incenerator 5/9/2009 New Cationic pump system for the E.B. plant 4/9/2009 5/9/2009 4/9/2009

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5,000,000 N/A

2,500,000 City Wide

500,000 N/A 2,500,000 N/A Woodward Avenue 10,000,000 (M-10) 100,000 N/A 500,000 N/A 5,000,000 N/A 600,000 N/A Telegraph Road 2,500,000 (US-24) 5,000,000 N/A 300,000 City Wide 200,000 N/A 200,000 N/A 80,000 N/A 200,000 N/A 170,000 N/A 300,000 N/A 300,000 N/A 350,000 350,000 300,000 200,000 60,000 80,000 N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A N/A

5/10/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009 8/9/2009 9/9/2009

7/9/2009 3/9/2009 6/9/2009 July, 2009 July, 2009

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City of Pontiac City of Pontiac

Pontiac Pontiac

(1) new digested Sludge Heat Exchanger for the Auburn plant and (2) new digested Sludge (1) new digested Sludge Heat Exchanger for the Auburn plant and (2) new digested Heat Exchangers for the E.B. plant Sludge Heat Exchangers for the E.B. plant Laboratory Modernization New equipment for the laboratory

5/9/2009 4/9/2009

8/9/2009 7/9/2009

$ $

500,000 N/A 200,000 N/A

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Project Name New Engines for Blowers Scrubber and Ash Lagoon New Fencing Drive Units for Clarifires SCADA System Upgrades to Water Pumping Station

Project Description (2) new gas Engines for Blowers Scrubber and Ash Lagoon New fence line around both plants (4) new Drive Units for final clarifiers at the E.B. plant Installation of a SCADA system for the monitoring and control the City water pumping station, elevated tanks and pressure areas Replacement and rehabilitation of the pumps, motors, and electrical controls to the city water pumping station, including minor structural repairs

Start Date 6/9/2009 6/9/2009 5/9/2009 5/9/2009 5/9/2009 5/9/2009

Expected Completion Date 8/9/2009 9/9/2009 8/9/2009 6/9/2009 5/10/2009 12/11/2009

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SCADA System (Lift Stations Sanitary Sewer Manhole Repairs Sanitary Sewer Lining Fire Station #1 Parking Lot Paving Fire Station #2 Parking Lot Paving Fire Station #5 Parking Lot Paving Job Training Strand Theater

Installation of a SCADA system for the monitoring and control of the 14 lift stations operated and maintained by the City, with alarms and system controls 5/9/2009 Rehabilitation of Sanitary Sewer manholes to remove inflow and infiltration, and structural deficiencies 5/9/2009 Rehabilitation of existing sanitary sewers to removal inflow and infiltration, through the use of full pipe lining systems 5/9/2009

Remove and repave parking lot, rear deck and driveway. 23,000 Square feet. 5/9/2009 Remove and repave parking lot, rear deck, front deck and driveways. 13,000 square feet. 5/9/2009 Remove and repave parking lot, rear deck and front deck. 6,000 square feet. Provide Firefighter, EMT and Paramedic training for new and current employees. Restoration of historic theater

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Bear Cat

Bear Cat tactical armored response vechile -Designed for special operations within law enforcement has proven itself against attackes from assault wepons and provided SWAT teams with unprecedented balistic protection. It also alows teams fo perform critical response and resuce operations wth speed mobiltiy and safety. 3/9/2009 Replaced 25 year old fuel tanks with modern tanks for use of Bio deisel 20 and E-10 or E 85 fuels with up to date leak detection and secondary containment 3/9/2009 Eliminate idle time of diesel and gas engines. Autotherm units provide heat for up to 4 hours from existing engine heat. Also cools vehcile when hot by cirulation of air in vehcile. 3/9/2009

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Alt fuel Bio-Diesel/E -85 Dispensing system

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Autotherm

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Fleet Reoganization plan

City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac City of Pontiac

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200,000 N/A

1,300,000 N/A

500,000 N/A 650,000 City Wide

1,500,000 City Wide 50,000 N/A 75,000 N/A 50,000 N/A 250,000 N/A 3,000,000 N/A

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6/9/2009

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6/9/2009

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Modernize/Downsize and Re-organize fleet operations DPW,Water,Sewer and Police Standardize Fleet and Equipment Alternative Fuel Program/Bio-Diesel Lower emissions and become DOE compliant Combine garages and stockrooms under one fleet management system CCG FASTER program 3/9/2009 ASTRO 25 uses project 25 standards that is used by most public safety agencies in the state of michigan.Astro 25 uses the project 25 standards and has flexiblity and modularity built in allowig future growth and innovation . P25 common air interface is a standard that specifies the type of digital signal transmitted by a compliant radio. This proposed radio system will allow the city of Pontiac first resoponders to have direct interroperability between various deparments within the city of pontiac as weel as surronding counties and the state of michigan. 3/9/2009

8/9/2009

$

5,200,000 N/A

Project 25 voice and data soluitions for the police fire and dpw&u for the city of pontiac Community Gardens/sustainable urban agriculture program Acqusition and const.of bike paths Acquisition of vacant lots 50th District Court/Community Development Stimulus Project 50th District Court/Community Development Stimulus Project

6/9/2009 10/9/2009 6/9/2009 11/9/2009 9/9/2009 7/9/2009

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Community Gardens on vacant City owned property purchase CN Railroad property for bike path purchase vacant lots in signature area for future developmen Paving/resurfacing of courthouse parking lot. Irrigation system

4/9/2009 5/9/2009 5/9/2009 7/9/2009 6/9/2009

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Pontiac

As-Needed Services and maintenance of existing GIS database. Field work to locate City owned assets (storm sewer, water main, sanitary sewer , street lights, traffic Geographic Information System (GIS) Project signals etc.) 3/9/2009 City would hire a consultant or coordinate with County. This testing is mandated as part of the MDEQ outfall permit but is an unfunded mandate. Due to budget constraints, the City does the minimum acceptable. Funding for this would give the Outfall Testing and other permit complaince City to opportunity to do a thorough job with testing outfalls and increasing public activities. awarness. Fire Station #4 Parking Lot Paving and Storm Remove existing concrete; install storm sewers; cement rear deck, parking lot and Sewer Installation driveway

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100,000 N/A

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Pontiac Pontiac

3/9/2009 5/9/2009

Ongoing

City of Pontiac

Pontiac

Bloomfield Park

This infrastructure project, which will be dedicated to the City of Pontiac upon completion, is made up of $2.7 M for roadways, curbs, sidewalks and parks, $1.4 M for street lights, $1.6 M for utilities, $400 K for traffic signals and $6 M for parking garages, totaling $12.1 M. This infrastructure, along with $75.5 M of recently installed infrastructure are to be an intregral component of the Bloomfield Park Phase I project, which suspended construction in the fall of 2008 due to the global economic conditions.The Bloomfield Park - Phase I project is a 34 acre mixed use development scheduled to include 420,000 square feet of retail space, 123,000 square feet of office space and 139,000 square feet of residential space. This walkable, dense mixed use development will provide for shopping, dining, living, working and playing unlike any other new construction project development in southeast Michigan.The project is located along a traditional commercial corridor in a Qualified Local Unit of Government. Pontiac is designated as a City of Promise. 5/9/2009

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City of Portage

Oakland Drive

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City of Portage

Kilgore Road

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$ Improve safety and traffic flow on West Milham Avenue from Angling Road to 12th Street. West Milham serves as primary detour route for I-94 (1st major street south of I-94 running parrelel) and will be particularly important for maintaining regional traffic flow during the upcoming widening of I-94 as discussed in Project 1. Project will include widening the existing roadway and adding an optional center turn lane. Additional components include curbs and gutters, bike lanes, sidewallk, storm drainage and sanitary sewer enhacements. Ongoing MDOT project that widens I-94 to six lanes. The project, based on discussions with MDOT officials, is being included in MDOT stimulus requests. The project includes approximaately $2,500,000 worth of construction costs that were to be the City of Portage's share of the project. The $62,500,000 total project costs includes the $2,500,000 Portage share.

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Milham Avenue from Angling Road 4,800,000 to 12th St.

City of Portage

City of Portage

I-94 Widening Project

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I-94 from approximately Oakland Drive to 62,500,000 Portage Road

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City of Portage

City of Portage

Reconstruction of major streets that have maximized life cycle. Romence Road is a major thoroughfare that serves the regional mall (The Crossroads), the South Westnedge Retail Corridor and Pfizer's largest manufacturing facility in the world. Construction requires some sub-base rehabilitation and new pavement. Additionally, neccesary repairs to curb and gutter/paved shoulders and storm drainage will also be Major Street Reconstruction - Romence Road identified within project limits. 1. Reconstruct the sanitary sewer from Forest Street, North of M-19, to Division Road and then East on Division Road to the pump station on Division Road at Skinner Drive and then to the Railroad in order to eliminate I/I sources per the MDEQ Consent Agreement.. 2. Reconstruction the water main on Forest Street from M-19 to Division Road to meet the current 10 States Standards. 3. Reconstruct Forest Street from M19 to Division Road. 4. Re-construction/Upgrade of the Division Road Pump Station per the MDEQ Consent Agreement and to meet 10 States Standards. Project consists of the removal and replacement of the existing water main between Mattews and Valade with an 8" water main including hydrants, valves and appurtenances. Project consists of the removal and replacement of the existing water main between Devonshire and Berkshire with an 8" water main including hydrants, valves and appurtenances. Project consists of the removal and reconstruction of pavement including new base, subdrains new concrete etc. between Mattews and Valade Project consists of the removal and replacement of the existing water main between Sibley and Longsdorf with an 8" water main including hydrants, valves and appurtenances. Project consists of the removal and replacement of the existing water main between Sibley and Longsdorf with an 8" water main including hydrants, valves and appurtenances. Project consists of the removal and reconstruction of pavement including new base, subdrains, new concrete etc. between Devonshire and Berkshire

City of Richmond

City of Richmond, Macomb County

Division Road Improvements

City of Riverview

City of Riverview

Marsha Road water main replacement

City of Riverview City of Riverview

City of Riverview City of Riverview

Dundee Road water main replacement Marsha Road reconstruction

City of Riverview

City of Riverview

Hinton Road water main replacement

City of Riverview

City of Riverview

Koester Road water main replacement

City of Riverview

City of Riverview

Dundee Road reconstruction

City of Riverview City of Riverview City of Riverview City of Riverview

City of Riverview City of Riverview City of Riverview City of Riverview

Mattews Road water main replacement Hinton Road reconstruction

Koester Road reconstruction

Mattews Road reconstruction

City of Riverview City of Riverview City of Riverview City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester

City of Riverview City of Riverview

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Project consists of the removal and replacement of the existing water main between Valade and Valade with an 8" water main including hydrants, valves and appurtenances. Project consists of the removal and reconstruction of pavement including new base, subdrains, new concrete etc. between Sibley and Longsdorf Project consists of the removal and reconstruction of pavement including new base, subdrains, new concrete etc. between Sibley and Longsdorf Project consists of theremoval and reconstruction of pavement including new base, subdrains new concrete etc. between Valade and Valade Project consists of the removal and replacement of the existing water main between Sibley and Pennsylvania with a 12" water main including hydrants, valves and appurtenances. Project consists of the installation of sheet piling, railings, brick pavers and the construction of a gazebo at the riverfront. Project consists of theremoval and reconstruction of pavement including new base, subdrains new concrete etc. between Sibley and Pennsylvania Reconstruct existing roadways and replace failing water, sewer and storm sewer infrastructure. Replace 365 metal halide light fixtures and poles that are 20 years old with energy efficient induction lighting.

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Romence Road from Sprinkle Road to Constitution 1,000,000 Drive

2,250,000

400,000

430,000 572,000

11/1/2009

$

582,000

11/1/2009

$

582,000

5/1/2009

11/1/2009

$

587,000

5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009

$ $ $ $

610,000 798,000 798,000 843,000

5/1/2009 5/1/2009 5/1/2009

11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009

$ $ $ $ $

905,000 2,500,000 2,950,000 2,208,125 1,500,000 90,000 270,000

Riverfront Enhancement Quarry Road reconstruction Meadow Lane Area Infrastructure Downtown Lighting Upgrade City Hall Emergency Generator Charles/Wiliams St. Infrastructure

City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester

Purchase and install emergency generator at City Hall. Reconstruct existing roadways and replace failing clay sanitary pipe

Summer/Fall 2009

Summer/Fall 2009 $ $

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Submitting Agency City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester

Location City or Township City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester City of Rochester

Project Name Paint Creek Trail Bridge Elizibeth Area Sewer Interceptor Parkdale Safety Improvements Ferndale Area Infrastructure

Project Description Replace wood brige along the Paint Creek Trail which has deteriorated. The new bridge would be able to support emergency vehicles. Reconstructs existing roadway and replaces a main sanitary sewer interceptor which is failing. Make several safety improvements to Parkdale Road Reconstruct existing roadways and replace failing water, sewer and storm sewer infrastructure. Construction of a water storage facility to provide adequate water pressure to the north and east-central areas of the City of Rochester Hills, as well as to potentially reduce peak hour charges from DWSD.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date $

Funding Request 300,000 470,000 530,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Rochester Hills, City of Rochester Hills Michigan

Water Storage Facility

6/10/2009

City of Rochester Hills Rochester Hills

Crooks Road Interchange Reconstruction

Complete reconstruction of the existing interchange owned by the Michigan Department of Transportation to a boulevard crossing of M-59 including reconstruction of all ramps to and from M-59 8/1/2009

City of Rochester Hills Rochester Hills

Crooks Road Reconstruction

Complete reconstruction of the existing two-lane roadway owned by the Road Commission for Oakland County to a four-lane boulevard section

City of Rochester Hills City of Rogers City City of Rogers City City of Rogers City City of Rogers City City of Rogers City

Rochester Hills Rogers City Rogers City Rogers City Rogers City Rogers City

M-59 Widening between Crooks and Ryan

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Aerator replacement at the Wastewater treatment plant

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Environmentally friendly green project, Biosolids to energy (digestors and power generators)

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Reconstruction/redecking of this bridge that was built in 1971. Existing bridge has Norman Street Bridge over Veterans deteriorated and is in need of a redecking/reconstruction. The existing bridge consists Memorial Parkway Reconstruction/Redecking of two span, 114 feet long steel structure with a composite deck. 4/1/2010

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

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Addition of a third thru-lane along M-59 to eliminate the existing chokepoint between Crooks and Ryan Roads 8/1/2009 Water Main expansion and replacement Grambau Center historic building renovation Water Main repair and looping Street Lighting Wastewater Treatment Plant improvement

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24,000,000 at M-59 Hamlin Road Intersection and south to the existing boulevard section south of M8,000,000 59 Hamlin Road Intersection and south to the existing boulevard section south of M60,000,000 59 120,000 1,500,000 2,000,000 2,500,000 5,000,000 City of Saginaw Wastewater 2,000,000 Treatment Plant City of Saginaw Wastewater 15,000,000 Treatment Plant

11/1/2010

$ $ $ $ $ $

Aerator replacement at the Wastewater treatment plant Environmentally friendly green project, Bio-solids to energy (digestors and power generators)

5/1/2009

7/1/2009

$

4/1/2010

10/1/2010

$

8/1/2010

$

over Veterans 1,300,000 Memorial Parkway

8/1/2011

$

Lyon Street to 3,000,000 Court Street

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Michigan Avenue reconstruction including water and sewer replacement

9/1/2011

$

Fraser Street to 4,500,000 Joslin Street

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Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Parallel Raw Water main installation

Installation of a 36" raw watermain from the City of Saginaw Water Treatment Plant to Hotchkiss Road to provide assurance that the City of Saginaw can continue to provide water should the existing raw water main fail. 4/1/2010 Miscellaneous improvements to the City of Saginaw Wastewater Treatment Plant wastewater processing systems to include the following: Settling tank weir replacements - $150,000, Return activated sludge valves replacement - $150,000, Septage receiving station - $250,000, Sludge storage tank mixing replacement $250,000, final settling tank rate control valve replacement - $500,000 along with related items

4/1/2011

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

miscellaneous improvements to the City of Saginaw Wastewater Treatment Plant wastewater processing systems Interim Improvements to disinfection system for Water Treatment Plant

7/1/2009

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Interim Improvements to disinfection system for Water Treatment Plant

5/1/2009

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Influent bar screen replacement at wastewater treatment plant Influent bar screen replacement at wastewater treatment plant

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Final Settling tanks substructure replacement Final Settling tanks substructure replacement

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

River crossing pipeline Emergency diesel generator for water treatment plant pump stations

Install additional Sanitary sewer from the Wastewater treatment plant beneath the Saginaw River going to the west.

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

purchase emergency diesel generator for various water treatment pump stations to continue to provide water to various locations throughout Saginaw County during events that cause power failures.

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Blast and paint Gratiot Road ground storage tank

Blast and paint Gratiot Road ground storage tank

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Installation of membrane type coating on west clearwell at Water Treatment Plant Installation of membrane type coating on west clearwell at Water Treatment Plant

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

security upgrades and improvements at the Water Treatment Plant

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Renovations and mechanical and plumbing upgrades to Saginaw City Hall to include but not be limited to removal of existing boiler and steam heat system with new roof mounted HVAV system and associated plumbing upgrades, new efficient window installations, new green roof to replace existing deteriorated roof, skylight over existing interior court system and all necessary internal improvements to make existing City hall more energy and people efficient. Proposed design was completed and bid in June of 2002, constructed has not taken place due to lack of funds. Project 4/1/2009 Saginaw City Hall Renovations and upgrades could be ready to bid within 30 to 90 days. Replace existing 6" watermain with new 8" watermain replace existing 6" watermain and water services with new 8" watermain and water services and necessary road repairs to accommodate water main improvements

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Security system shall consist of a chain link fence along the back side of the plant and infrared cameras in the front of the plant creating a virtual fence. Two thermal imaging cameras located at the front area of the plant and three thermal imaging cameras at the back of the plant. A card reader access system to eliminate keys and monitor access to the water plant facilities. In addition fencing, cameras, magnetic door locks and proximity card readers will be added to the remote stations. An Ethernet radio network and programmable logic controllers will be added to update monitoring between the Saginaw water treatment plant and the remote stations, along with many other security measures installed. 7/1/2009

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30,000,000 various roads

City of Saginaw Wastewater 1,300,000 Treatment Plant

City of Saginaw Water Treatment 1,500,000 Plant

City of Saginaw Wastewater 1,500,000 Treatment Plant City of Saginaw Wastewater 1,700,000 Treatment Plant City of Saginaw Wastewater 2,000,000 Treatment Plant

7/1/2009

4/1/2010

$

3/1/2009

$

200,000 Gratiot Road near Tittabawassee 200,000 River City of Saginaw Water Treatment 750,000 Plant

7/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

7/1/2009

9/1/2009

$

4/1/2010

$

City of Saginaw Water Treatment 2,000,000 Plant

9/1/2009

$

1315 South Washington Avenue, Saginaw 4,000,000 MI 48601 Bay Road from Court Street to 4,000,000 Weiss Street

4/1/2010

9/1/2010

$

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name Replace existing 6" and 30"watermain with new watermain

Project Description replace existing 6" and 30"watermain and water services with new watermain and water services and necessary road repairs to accommodate water main improvements Resurfacing to include cold milling and paving of 2.2 miles of five-lane roadway with HMA material and adjusting structures and isolated curb and gutter replacement

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

4/1/2010

9/1/2010

$

Sheridan Road from Hoyt Street to 5,600,000 Hess Street Stephens Street to 1,400,000 State Street

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Michigan Avenue resurfacing

3/1/2011

9/1/2011

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Re-line existing Twin 30" water mains

City of Saginaw recently spent over $600,000 to make improvements to the existing twin 30" watermains on the West side of the Saginaw River located between the River and Niagara Street. The existing cast iron/steel watermains that go from the Kidney Dialysis center on the west side of the river to Ojibway Island on the east side of the river are in need of relining or reconstruction. We believe that relining is a more economical solution to repair these deteriorating utilities. 7/1/2009

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Woodbridge Street reconstruction including water and sewer replacement

Reconstruction of .5 miles of two lane roadway to include removal and replacement of existing two lane roadway with two lane asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Installation of ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, etc. along with related items of work. 4/1/2010 Reconstruction of 1.0 miles of five lane roadway to include removal and replacement of existing roadway with asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Installation of ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, etc. along with related items of work. Upgrade of existing street light system to new decorative street lights and decorative stamped sidewalk in the block between Court Street Bridge and Michigan Avenue. 3/1/2011

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Court Street reconstruction including water and sewer replacement

City of Saginaw

Saginaw

Harrison Street Reconstruction, water and sewer replacement and Streetscape

City of Saginaw

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Reconstruction and Streetscape of East Genesee Avenue to include .5 miles of removal and replacement of existing five lane roadway with five lane concrete pavement and curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Streetscape to include decorative sidewalks, decorative stamped ADA sidewalk ramps, decorative street lights, park benches, landscape areas, improvements to Jeffers Memorial Park area,, tree and tree grates, etc. Upgrade traffic signals and the intersections of Jefferson, Warren East Genesee Avenue Reconstruction, water and Janes with East Genesee Avenue to decorative mast arms with LED signals and and sewer replacement and Streetscape countdown pedestrian signals, altogether with related items of work. 3/1/2010

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Reconstruction and Streetscape of Harrison Street to include .15 miles of removal and replacement of existing roadway with four lane boulevard concrete/asphalt pavement and curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Streetscape to include decorative sidewalks, decorative stamped ADA sidewalk ramps, decorative street lights, park benches, landscape areas, trees and tree grates, altogether with related items of work. This will finish the $2,000,000 plus dollar project that was constructed in 2004 on Houghton Boulevard from Harrison Street to Michigan Avenue. This project was designed in anticipation of construction in 2004. Lack of available funds to build this has put this project on hold. This project is designed and ready to be bid!

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Houghton Avenue to Davenport 2,400,000 Avenue

9/1/2011

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Court Street Bridge 6,500,000 to Bay Road

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Catherine Street to 1,500,000 Houghton Avenue

8/1/2010

$

Franklin Street to 6,500,000 Janes Avenue

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Project Name

Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Reconstruction and Streetscape of East Genesee Avenue to include .5 miles of removal and replacement of existing five lane roadway with five lane concrete pavement and curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Streetscape to include decorative sidewalks, decorative stamped ADA sidewalk ramps, decorative street lights, park benches, landscape areas, improvements to Jeffers Memorial Park area,, tree and tree grates, etc. Upgrade traffic signals and the intersections of Jefferson, Warren East Genesee Avenue Reconstruction, water and Janes with East Genesee Avenue to decorative mast arms with LED signals and and sewer replacement and Streetscape countdown pedestrian signals, altogether with related items of work. 3/1/2010 Reconstruction of .5 miles of two lane roadway to include removal and replacement of existing two lane roadway with two lane asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Installation of ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, etc. along with related items of work. 4/1/2010

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Woodbridge Street reconstruction including water and sewer replacement

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Reconstruction of .3 miles of two lane roadway with two parking lanes to include removal and replacement of existing roadway with asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Installation of ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, etc Hamilton Street reconstruction including water along with related items of work. Upgrade of existing street light system to new and sewer replacement decorative street lights and decorative stamped sidewalk. 3/1/2011

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Court Street reconstruction including water and sewer replacement

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Michigan Avenue resurfacing

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Michigan Avenue reconstruction including water and sewer replacement

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Reconstruction of 1.0 miles of five lane roadway to include removal and replacement of existing roadway with asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Installation of ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, etc. along with related items of work. Upgrade of existing street light system to new decorative street lights and decorative stamped sidewalk in the block between Court Street Bridge and Michigan Avenue. 3/1/2011

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Franklin Street to 6,500,000 Janes Avenue

Houghton Avenue to Davenport 2,400,000 Avenue

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Lyon Street to 3,000,000 Court Street

9/1/2011

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Court Street Bridge 6,500,000 to Bay Road Stephens Street to 1,400,000 State Street

Resurfacing to include cold milling and paving of 2.2 miles of five-lane roadway with HMA material and adjusting structures and isolated curb and gutter replacement

3/1/2011

9/1/2011

$

Reconstruction of 0.65 miles of five lane roadway to include removal and replacement of existing roadway with asphalt pavement and concrete curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Installation of ADA compliant sidewalk ramps, etc. along with related items of work. 3/1/2011

9/1/2011

$

Fraser Street to 4,500,000 Joslin Street

Harrison Street Reconstruction, water and sewer replacement and Streetscape

Reconstruction and Streetscape of Harrison Street to include .15 miles of removal and replacement of existing roadway with four lane boulevard concrete/asphalt pavement and curb and gutter. Construction of new utilities to replace existing 80 plus year old water main and sewer main and services. Streetscape to include decorative sidewalks, decorative stamped ADA sidewalk ramps, decorative street lights, park benches, landscape areas, trees and tree grates, altogether with related items of work. This will finish the $2,000,000 plus dollar project that was constructed in 2004 on Houghton Boulevard from Harrison Street to Michigan Avenue. This project was designed in anticipation of construction in 2004. Lack of available funds to build this has put this project on hold. This project is designed and ready to be bid! anytime

anytime

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Catherine Street to 1,500,000 Houghton Avenue

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Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Reconstruction/redecking of this bridge that was built in 1971. Existing bridge has Norman Street Bridge over Veterans deteriorated and is in need of a redecking/reconstruction. The existing bridge consists Memorial Parkway Reconstruction/Redecking of two span, 114 feet long steel structure with a composite deck. 4/1/2010 Renovations and mechanical and plumbing upgrades to Saginaw City Hall to include but not be limited to removal of existing boiler and steam heat system with new roof mounted HVAV system and associated plumbing upgrades, new efficient window installations, new green roof to replace existing deteriorated roof, skylight over existing interior court system and all necessary internal improvements to make existing City hall more energy and people efficient. Proposed design was completed and bid in June of 2002, constructed has not taken place due to lack of funds. Project Saginaw City Hall Renovations and upgrades could be ready to bid within 30 to 90 days. 4/1/2009 Installation of a 36" raw watermain from the City of Saginaw Water Treatment Plant to Hotchkiss Road to provide assurance that the City of Saginaw can continue to provide water should the existing raw water main fail. 4/1/2010 City of Saginaw recently spent over $600,000 to make improvements to the existing twin 30" watermains on the West side of the Saginaw River located between the River and Niagara Street. The existing cast iron/steel watermains that go from the Kidney Dialysis center on the west side of the river to Ojibway Island on the east side of the river are in need of relining or reconstruction. We believe that relining is a more economical solution to repair these deteriorating utilities. 7/1/2009 replace existing 6" watermain and water services with new 8" watermain and water services and necessary road repairs to accommodate water main improvements replace existing 6" and 30"watermain and water services with new watermain and water services and necessary road repairs to accommodate water main improvements purchase emergency diesel generator for various water treatment pump stations to continue to provide water to various locations throughout Saginaw County during events that cause power failures.

8/1/2010

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Parallel Raw Water main installation

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Re-line existing Twin 30" water mains Replace existing 6" watermain with new 8" watermain Replace existing 6" and 30"watermain with new watermain Emergency diesel generator for water treatment plant pump stations

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Blast and paint Gratiot Road ground storage tank Interim Improvements to disinfection system for Water Treatment Plant

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

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over Veterans 1,300,000 Memorial Parkway

1315 South Washington Avenue, Saginaw 4,000,000 MI 48601

30,000,000 various roads

$

beneath Saginaw 2,000,000 River Bay Road from Court Street to 4,000,000 Weiss Street Sheridan Road from Hoyt Street to 5,600,000 Hess Street

9/1/2010

$

4/1/2010

9/1/2010

$

3/1/2009

4/1/2009

$

200,000 Gratiot Road near Tittabawassee 200,000 River City of Saginaw Water Treatment 1,500,000 Plant City of Saginaw Water Treatment 750,000 Plant

Blast and paint Gratiot Road ground storage tank

7/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

Interim Improvements to disinfection system for Water Treatment Plant

5/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

7/1/2009

9/1/2009

$

security upgrades and improvements at the Water Treatment Plant

Security system shall consist of a chain link fence along the back side of the plant and infrared cameras in the front of the plant creating a virtual fence. Two thermal imaging cameras located at the front area of the plant and three thermal imaging cameras at the back of the plant. A card reader access system to eliminate keys and monitor access to the water plant facilities. In addition fencing, cameras, magnetic door locks and proximity card readers will be added to the remote stations. An Ethernet radio network and programmable logic controllers will be added to update monitoring between the Saginaw water treatment plant and the remote stations, along with many other security measures installed. 7/1/2009

4/1/2010

$

City of Saginaw Water Treatment 2,000,000 Plant

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Project Name

Project Description Miscellaneous improvements to the City of Saginaw Wastewater Treatment Plant wastewater processing systems to include the following: Settling tank weir replacements - $150,000, Return activated sludge valves replacement - $150,000, Septage receiving station - $250,000, Sludge storage tank mixing replacement $250,000, final settling tank rate control valve replacement - $500,000 along with related items

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

miscellaneous improvements to the City of Saginaw Wastewater Treatment Plant wastewater processing systems

7/1/2009

4/1/2010

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Final Settling tanks substructure replacement Final Settling tanks substructure replacement Install additional Sanitary sewer from the Wastewater treatment plant beneath the Saginaw River going to the west.

7/1/2009

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

River crossing pipeline

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Influent bar screen replacement at wastewater treatment plant Influent bar screen replacement at wastewater treatment plant Environmentally friendly green project, Biosolids to energy (digestors and power generators) Aerator replacement at the Wastewater treatment plant

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Environmentally friendly green project, Bio-solids to energy (digestors and power generators)

City of Saginaw

City of Saginaw

Aerator replacement at the Wastewater treatment plant

City of Saline

Saline, Michigan

Saline Market Plaza (FARMERS MARKET)

City of Saline

Saline, Michigan

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City of Saginaw Wastewater 1,300,000 Treatment Plant

City of Saginaw Wastewater 1,700,000 Treatment Plant

City of Saginaw Wastewater 2,000,000 Treatment Plant

City of Saginaw Wastewater 1,500,000 Treatment Plant City of Saginaw Wastewater 15,000,000 Treatment Plant City of Saginaw Wastewater 2,000,000 Treatment Plant

5.1.2010

$

900,000

The City of Saline proposes to reconstruct and enhance their aging streetscape (within the public right-of-way) along Michigan Avenue and Saline-Ann Arbor Street, from Harris to Lewis and Mckay to Henry. Work includes the removal and reinstallation of existing concrete and brick paving, the installation of new light fixtures on existing historic street light poles with sustainable new lighting technology (LED), the installation of new landscaping, signage, and streetscape appurtenances (benches, bicycle racks, trash receptacles, and signage). This project will coordinate with future planned road improvements along Michigan Avenue (State Trunckline) proposed by the Michigan Department of transportation. 9.1.2009

7.1.2010

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1,950,000

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City of Saugatuck

City of Saugatuck

2009 Drainage and Utility Improvements

Allegan:Storm Drainage, watermain and of road improvements between Elizabeth and Maple Streets. Project will eliminate drainage issues and improve storm water quality to Kalamazoo River and Lake Michigan. Also provide adequate fire flow capabilities with new water main. Holland:Storm water, watermain and road improvements between Francis and North Streets. Project will eliminate drainage issues and improve storm water quality to Kalamazoo River and Lake Michigan. Also provide adequate fire flow capabilities with new water main. IMason: mprove storm sewer, sanitary sewer, water main and roadway between Kalamazoo River and Griffith Streets. Project will eliminate drainage issues and improve storm water quality to Kalamazoo River and Lake Michigan. Also provide adequate fire flow capabilities with new water main. Also provide safer traffic and pedestrian flow downtown. Also provide reliable sanitary sewer to eliminate back-ups. North: Improve drainage with ditches and roadway improvements between Blue Star a5/9/2009

City of Saugatuck

City of Saugatuck

SAUGATUCK-DOUGLAS HARBOR DREDGING/IMPROVEMENTS

The Kalamazoo Harbor is the economic engine for the Saugatuck-Douglas area. It is host to 1,000 boats and many thousands more water sports enthusiasts during the summer season and a growing number of off season visitors as well. It provides the single most important reason that over two million visitors come from throughout the Midwest, the USA, Europe and beyond to vacation here. The area’s reputation as one of the Top 25 Art Destinations in the USA, the fifth most popular Midwest destination and one of the National Trust’s Dozen Distinctive Destinations in the United States has been earned in large part due to our pristine setting on one of Michigan’s most beautiful protected harbors. Today the area’s entire tourism economy, which is one of the largest in Michigan, including pleasure boating, charter fishing, water sports, retail businesses, restaurants, attractions, galleries, museums and the lodging industry are in great jeopardy because of the natural silting process that has reduced the depth of our harbor in most places to two feet! We are also faced with the need to remove and dispose of safely PCB contaminated materials from up stream paper mills that have je 90 Days

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Bridge Repair including:• Replacement of the six (6) concrete/steel pier caps (the driving force for the project) • Patching of the concrete pier columns, abutments and deck • Repairs to the structural steel girders • Realignment and replacement of the steel bearings • Replacement of the expansion joints • Upgrades to the railings and guardrail • Extension of the deck drains • Channel improvements Project is funded in 2010 by MDOT Bridge Program but nonparticipating costs are expected to be $320,000 for each community. We are looking for assistance on these costs. 3/11/2009

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4,008,000 Blue star Highway 1,254,200 34,000 67,500 85,000 94,500 126,900 134,000 150,000

Construction of new box hanger at Municipal Airport Emergency generator fuel system safety improvement Install rotating beadcon at Municpal Airport Construct PRV valve between Radar Base Area and High Press Zones Expand existing T-hanger Upgrade LED lighting at Municipal Airport Expansion of existing airport apron Improve Historical Landmark Water Standpipe

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Project Name

Project Description Install multi-purpose trail along W. Portage Ave Construct Cold Storage Bldg at DPW Yard Dredge Ashmun Bay board launch access Energy improvement to Industrial Incubator Bldg Construct new 4 unit T-hanger Construct new parallel taxiway at Airport Improve Rustic Campground Relocate Meridian Street with Airport Industrial Park Reassemble historic Fort Street Bridge for trail Construct Smart Zone Breeder Bldg Renovate Historic Federal Bldg for new City Hall

Start Date

Expected Completion Date $

Funding Request 175,000 200,000 280,000 300,000 351,000 460,000 550,000 750,000 1,400,000 1,500,000 3,200,000 6,200,000 50,000 80,000 100,000 250,000 350,000 450,000 575,000 700,000 800,000 1,000,000 1,250,000 1,300,000 3,000,000 6,300,000 3,200,000

Route (Infrastructure Only)

Consruct new Emergency Service Bldg for fire,police

Install interpretative walkway between Parking Deck and River of History Museum Install pump controller and telemetry system between Radar Tank and 14th St. Booster Station Install bike/walkway on W., Easterday Ave Improve various downtown parking areas

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Restore and renovate Old Water Pumping Station at Sherman Park for public use Install walkway base trailhead on Lower Coast Guard property Linear Trail System Improve Lower River Island city park Install sanitary sewer and water main along Three Mile Road Possible road widening and walk onW. Easterday Ave Replace Riverside Drive Bridge over MissionCreek Access and improve Lower River Island Park Structural improvement to Carbide Dock Construct new DPW Facility Bldg

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Historic Federal Bldg. Renovation

Renovation of the Historic Federal Building to be utilized as the new City Hall

5/9/2009

11/9/2009

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Pine Street

Pine Street Reconstruction between W. Easterday Avenue and Leroy Street

5/9/2009

9/9/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

E. 9th Avenue

A grade lift and stabilization of E. 9th Avenue between Seymour Street and E. 7th Street

4/9/2009

6/9/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

E. 10th Avenue

A grade lift and stabilization of E. 10th Avenue between Seymour Street and E. 7th Street

4/9/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

E. 10th Avenue

A grade lift and stabilization of E. 10th Avenue between Shunk Road and E. 13th Street

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Standpipe Phase III Radar Road Tank Improvements PRV Valve Construction WTP Fuel Tank Improvements City Cold Storage Building Energy Improvements to Industrial Incubator

Improvements, including tuckpointing, to the existing Historical Landmark Water Standpipe located at the intersection of Ryan Avenue and W. Easterday Avenue Improvement, including painting and safety improvements, to both the Exterior and Interior of the Radar Road Water Tank Construction of a PRV valve to isolate the system between the Radar Base Area and High Press Zones Emergency Generator Fuel System Safety Improvements at the Water Treatment Plant

Construction of a Cold Storage Building at the Department of Public Works Yard 6/9/2009 Energy improvements to the Industrial Incubator Building located in the Industrial Park which houses both City EDC and Private Industry 6/9/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Swinton Street

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

E. 7th Street

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

W. 10th Avenue

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Pine St between W. Easterday Ave 360,000 and Leroy St 9th Ave between Seymour St and E. 70,000 7th St E. 10th Ave between Seymour 70,000 St and E. 7th St E. 10th Ave between Shunk Road and E. 13th 80,000 St

4/9/2009 4/9/2009 4/9/2009 4/9/2009

150,000 175,000 85,000 34,000 200,000 300,000 Swinton St between E. 7th Ave and E. 350,000 5th Ave E. 7th St between Swinton St and 325,000 Seymour St W. 10th Ave from Davitt St to 340,000 Ashmun St W. 14th Ave from Davitt St to 325,000 Ashmun St W. 18th St between Oak St at W. 11th Ave and W. 4th 450,000 Ave W. Spruce St from W. Portage Ave to 150,000 Fort St Ridge St between W. Portage Ave 175,000 and Magazine St

Swinton Street Reconstruction between E. 7th Avenue and E. 5th Avenue

5/9/2009

9/9/2009

$

E. 7th Street Reconstruction between Swinton Street and Seymour Street

5/9/2009

9/9/2009

$

W. 10th Avenue Reconstruction from Davitt Street to Ashmun Street

5/9/2009

9/9/2009

$

W. 14th Avenue Reconstruction from Davitt Street to Ashmun Street

5/9/2009

9/9/2009

$

W. 18th Street

W. 18th Street Reconstruction between Oak Street at W. 11th Avenue and W. 4th Avenue

5/9/2009

9/9/2009

$

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

W. Spruce Street

W. Spruce Street resurfacing from W. Portage Avenue to Fort Street

5/9/2009

7/9/2009

$

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Ridge Street resurfacing between W. Portage Avenue and Magazine Street

5/9/2009

7/9/2009

$

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Oak Street

Oaka Street Reconstruction between Peck Street and W. Spruce Street

5/9/2009

8/9/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Seymour Street Resurfacing

Resurfacing of Seymour Street between Three Mile Road and Marquette Avenue

6/9/2009

8/9/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Ryan Avenue Resurfacing

Resurfacing of Ryan Avenue between W. 10th Avenue and W. Easterday Avenue

6/9/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Meridian Street Resurfacing W. Spruce Street Box Hangar Expand Airport Apron 2 - T-Hangar Expansion 4 Unit T-Hangar

Resurfacing of Meridian Street between W. 12th Avenue and W. 8th Avenue Underground utility improvements on W. Spruce Street between Pine Street and Governor Osborn Blvd.

Constrution of a new box hangar at the local Municipal Airport - Sanderson Field Expansion of the Existing Airport Apron at the local Municipal Airport - Sanderson Field Expand an existing T-Hangar by 2 units at the local Municipal Airport - Sanderson Field

Construction of a new 4 unit T-Hangar at the local Municipal Airport - Sanderson Field 8/9/2009

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Meridian Street Reloc. (Airport) Rotating Beacon LED Lighting Upgrades Fort Street Bridge Reassembly Emergency Serv. Bldg.

Relocation of Meridian Street from the I-75 Business Spur to Davitt Street, within the Airport Industrial Park 8/9/2009 Installation of a rotating beadcon at the local Municipal Airport - Sanderson Field

Smart Zone Breeder Building Sherman Park Phase II

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Oaka St between Peck St and W. 140,000 Spruce St Seymour St between Three Mile Road and 250,000 Marquette Ave Ryan Ave between W. 10th Ave and 225,000 W. Easterday Ave Meridian St between W. 12th Ave and W. 8th 125,000 Ave 200,000

6/9/2009

7/9/2009 7/9/2009 8/9/2009

1,254,200 134,000 94,500 351,000 Meridian St from the I-75 Business 750,000 Spur to Davitt St 67,500 126,900 1,400,000 6,200,000 1,500,000 550,000 W. Portage Ave between W. Easterday Ave and 175,000 the Power Canal 280,000

11/9/2009 9/9/2009 9/9/2009 7/10/2009 8/10/2009 8/10/2009 7/10/2009

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7/9/2009 7/9/2009 8/9/2009 8/9/2009 8/9/2009 8/9/2009

Construction of a Smart Zone Breeder Building in the Airport Industrial Park Improvements to the Rustic Campground and entrance drive at Sherman Park. Construction of a picnic shelter near the beach

W. Portage Avenue

Installation of a Multi-Purpose Trail along W. Portage Avenue between W. Easterday Avenue and the Power Canal 7/9/2009 Dredging for existing Ashmun Bay boat launch access Construction of the next CSO Phase (C-1), which will be located in the Water Street Area. All roads will include underground utility improvements and street reconstruction. Water street will also include Streetscape improvements in the historic area. 8/9/2009

10/9/2009 10/9/2009

$ $

Ashmun Bay Dredging

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

CSO Phase C-1

7/9/2009

11/10/2009

$

3,000,000

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Ashmun Streetscape (I-75 Bus Spur)

Construction of a new Ashmun Streetscape including both underground and above ground improvements along the existing Ashmun street between Easterday Avenue and Sheridan Drive

8/9/2009

6/10/2009

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Roundabout Traffic Safety Project Airport Industrial Park Camp Lucas Infrastructure Historic Structures - Water Street Ashmun Bay Recreation Area City Parking Lots Impr. Downtown Kemp Marina Sheet Piling Harvey Marina Floating Docks and Parking Lot Pavement Lower River Island Phase I Lower River Island Phase II I-500 Track Relocation Multipurpose Trail

Construction of a new roundabout at the 3-Mile Road, Mackinac Trail, I-75 Bus Spur Intersection 8/9/2009 Southwest side infrastructure related to the development of the Airport Industrial Park 7/1/2010 Construction of the necessary infrastructure to develop the Camp Lucas site, including road, water and sewer. 7/1/2010 Improvements to two existing historical homes/structures located on Water Street between Brady Street and Johnston Street N/A Linear Trail System

Improvements to various downtown parking areas owned by the City

Installation of Sheet Piling at the City's Kemp Marina dock to alleviate wave damage N/A Installation of floating docks and pavement of the parking lot at the City's Harvey Marina N/A Access and improvements to the Lower River Island Park which is a City park Improvements to the Lower River Island Park which is a City park

The relocation of the I-500 track should the current location be sold to a developer. N/A Construction of a multi-purpose trial to be located between the I-75 Tunnel and the I75 Business Spur

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

E. 20th Avenue

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Ashmun Street (I-75 Bus Spur) CSO Phase C-2 CSO Phase C-3

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Ashmun Street reconstruction and utility improvements between W. 10th Avenue and Easterday Avenue Construction of Phase C-2 of the CSO project which will be performed in the East Island Area N/A Construction of Phase C-3 of the CSO project which will be performed in the West Island Area N/A

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8,000,000 Armory Place between Bingham 450,000 Ave and Kimball St Oak St between W. 20th St and W. 4th 200,000 Ave South St between W. 4th Ave and W. 1,000,000 12th St

Armory Place

Armory Place Reconstruction between Bingham Avenue and Kimball Street

$

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Oak Street

Oak Street Reconstruction between W. 20th Street and W. 4th Avenue

$

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

South St. Infrastructure

Improvements to the South Street infrastructure between W. 4th Avenue and W. 12th Street

$

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Marquette Avenue

Construction/Extension of Marquette Avenue between Shunk Road and Riverside Drive (near where 16th Avenue would intersect)

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

Easterday Avenue Overpass

Possible road widening and walkway improvements on the W. Easterday Avenue Overpass/Bridge (over I-75)

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie

W. Easterday Avenue Bikepath/Walkway

Installation of a Bikepath/Walkway on W. Easterday Avenue between Riverview Way and W. Portage Avenue

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Installation of a Biking/Hiking Trail to run along the south side of the Power Canal from W. Portage Avenue to Ashmun Street Installation of an interperative walkway between the existing Parking Deck and the Interpretive Walkway River of History Museum Lower Coast Guard Base Property Waterfront Installation of walkway base trailhead on the Lower Coast Guard Base Property Walkway Base Trail Head located on Riverside Drive on the St. Mary's River N/A Power Canal South Side Biking/Hiking Trail Brady Park on St. Mary's River Pump Controller & Telemetry Three Mile Road Old Water Pumping Station Reuse Project Riverside Drive Bridge Riverside Drive Bridge Installation of a Waterfront walkway trailhead area at the City's Brady Park Installation of pump controller and telemetry system between the Radar Tank and the 14th Street Booster Station to WTP datalink N/A Installation of Sanitary Sewer and Water Main along Three Mile Road between Ashmun Creek and M-129 N/A Restoration and renovation of the Old Water Pumping Station at Sherman Park for public use N/A

Parallel Taxiway Project: Phase II Carbide Dock Impr.

City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie Sault Ste. Marie

City of Sault Ste. Marie Sault Ste. Marie City of Sault Ste. Marie Sault Ste. Marie City of Scottville City of South Lyon City of South Lyon

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Replacement of the Riverside Drive Bridge Over Mission Creek

1,250,000 1,250,000 460,000 3,000,000 1,500,000 6,300,000 850,000 1,300,000 1,400,000 294,000 5,500,000 4,400,000

Replacement of the Mission Creek bridge on Riverside Drive Construction of a new parallel taxiway at the local Municipal Airport - Sanderson Field Structural improvements to the existing Carbide Dock via Sheet Pile Dock Facing N/A Improvements to the Pullar Stadium located on E. Portage Avenue. Includes Phase II construction and parking lot improvments. N/A Construction of a new DPW Facility Building to replace the existing building located on E. Easterday Avenue N/A Infrastructure needed to develop the Cannelton Superfund Site. Reconstruction, repaving, Meridian Street 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 N/A N/A N/A 7/1/2011 7/1/2010 7/1/2010 7/9/2009

$ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

Cannelton Superfund Site Meridian Street Reconstruction

Fort Street Bridge Reassmebly Repaint Elevated Water Tank

City of Scottville City of South Lyon City of South Lyon

Reassembly of the historic Fort St. Bridge 7/1/2009 This project would include sandblasting and repainting the interior and exterior of the City's 200,000 gallon elevated water tank. 5/9/2009 4" & 6" Water main Uprgades Storm Sewer System Improvements

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Project Name

Project Description Pressure District Separation WTF - New Well Site WTF - Re-Chlorination Facility LED Street Lighting for Public Property LED Lighting for Volleyball/Skating Rink Insulation for Public Building Upgrade/Update Public Building Heating Systems Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation Program Public Parking Lot Rehabilitaton Volunteer Park Paving Rail Trail Rehabilitation Dixboro Road Paving - 8 Mile Rd. to 9 Mile Rd 10 Mile Rd. Widening - Dixboro to Hagadorn Pontiac Trail Widening - CSX Railroad to 11 Mile Rd 9 Mile Rd. Reconstruction Backup Generators for Pump Stations WWTP - Standby Generator WWTP - Main Electronic Switchgear WTF - R & R Induced Draft Aerator SCADA System Bury Electrical Service - Wells St. Paking Lot 2009 Road Rehabilitation Program Pontiac Trail Widening - 8 Mile Rd. to 9 Mile Rd

Start Date

Expected Completion Date $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $ $

City of Southgate City of Springfield

Southgate, MI City of Springfield

This is a 10 kilowatt Photovoltaic System at the Southgate Veterans' Memorial Library using thin amorphous silicon cells (or equally cost-effective and resilient material. 5/1/2009 Replace current heating/cooling infrastructure in the Springfield Municipal Building with 6/1/2009 City Hall Geothermal Heating/Cooling Project a geothermal source. Veterans Library Photovoltaic System

City of Springfield City of Springfield City of Springfield City of Springfield

City of Springfield City of Springfield City of Springfield City of Springfield

Hybrid Public Safety Vehicle Purchase 33rd Street Helmer Farms Resurfacing Westlake Woods Resurfacing

City of Springfield

City of Springfield

New Moon Terrace Reconstruction

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8/1/2009 9/1/2009

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141,000 N/A 125,000

4/1/2009 4/15/2009 4/1/2009 4/15/2009

4/15/2009 5/31/2009 4/30/2009 6/30/2009

$ $ $ $

150,000 40,000 100,000 250,000

Reconstruction of a local roadway that is in poor condition. The project will consist of road reconstruction, curb/gutter installation, and some storm sewer work. 4/1/2009 Reconstruction of a major roadway that services the cities of Springfield and Battle Creek, as well as Bedford Township, and serves as a major artery to the Fort Custer Industrial Park. This project would also consist of removing an existing 90 degree turn that has been a safety concern for many years. 4/15/2009 Our Fire Department has one ladder truck; it was put into action in 1993. The cost to rehabilitate said truck is about 40% of what the estimated cost is to replace it. This project would cover the long and expensive process of rehabilitating the ladder truck. 6/1/2009 This project will consist of removing a dangerous turn lane at the SE corner of Business I94 and 20th Street. The configuration of the "New Jersey Turn" is a problem with traffic flow, safety, and development of this busy corner, Mill and overlay

8/1/2009

$

275,000

9/30/2009

$

2,500,000

Ladder Truck Rehabilitation

9/30/2009

$

150,000

City of Springfield City of Springfield

City of Springfield City of Springfield

Business 94/20th Street Intersection Heights Resurfacing

6/1/2009 6/1/2009

8/1/2009 8/30/2009

$ $

210,000 Business I94 600,000

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City of Springfield

City of Springfield

New Moon Terrace Improvements Project

Due to failing pavement and roadway flooding associated with rain events 0.46 Miles of HMA Base Crushing and Shaping, Conc. Curb & Gutter, HMA Paving & Restoration, Drainage Improvements, Storm Sewer Improvements, and Misc. Reconstruction have been designed for to address New Moon Terraces issues 4/1/2009

7/31/2009

City of Springfield

City of Springfield

2009 Streets Paving Project

The existing roadways through "The Heights" and "West Lake Woods" are showing significant signs of surface aging with the overall structural condition being ok. In orde to preserve the existing structural condition and improve surface conditions 7.31 Miles of Cold Milling and resurfacing 1-1/2" HMA pavement, misc. structure adjustments, and misc. sidewalk replacement have been designed for. 4/1/2009

City of Springfield City of St Louis

City of Springfield City of St Louis

Harmonia Road Reconstruction Project Municipal Dam-Pine River Shore Protection Project

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

East Water Tower Construction Project

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

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Harmonia Rd. running between 96 and 37 has always been problematic for the city. Poor swampy sub soils weaken the structural condition and shorten the lifespan of the roadway. The project will include approximately 7,000' of roadway reconstruction including structural treatments consisting of excavation and backfill as well as utilizing geogrid and geotextile fabric in select sections. The project will also involve replacing failing sections of water main and extending the existing sanitary sewer system to the west. 6/1/2009 Replace/construct approximately 500 feet existing failing Sheet Piling shore protection and related work including Canoe Portage provisions. 8/1/2009 Construct new 500,000 gallon Water Tower on East area of City to stabilize water pressure from large demand at 3 State prisons and for the development of the Saint Louis/Bethany Reniassance Zone.

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Oak Grove Rd. & Beaver Dam Rd.; Castle Drive Rd. & Royal Rd.; West Lake Woods & Windy Place; Hickory Nut Lane & Fortune St.; 20th St. & 24th St. 28th St.& Goguac St. 21st St.& 22nd St. 23rd St. & 25th St. 26th St. & 27th St. 1,300,000 Betterly & Fris

10/30/2009 10/31/2009

$ $

Main East/West Thoroughfare between 96 and 37 2,050,000 in Springfield 100,000

9/1/2009

10/31/2010

$

1,110,000

Jackson Road watermain has been identified as necessary for transmission route for the City Water System Replacement Project. Jackson Road also serves the Woodside Industrial Park and would serve Great Lakes Trucking facility and the proposed location of a Bio-diesel plant which the two firms are located on opposite sides of a railroad that has no crossing at Jackson Road. The project would include water main, road improvements road reconstruction including curb and gutter, storm sewer, sanitary sewer extension and rail crossing to serve existing and new industry.. 9/1/2009

12/31/2010

$

Michigan Avenue to 1,619,370 Main Street

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Jackson Road Watermain and Road Reconstruction Project

Jackson Road watermain has been identified as necessary for transmission route for the City Water System Replacement Project. Jackson Road also serves the Woodside Industrial Park and would serve Great Lakes Trucking facility and the proposed location of a Bio-diesel plant which the two firms are located on opposite sides of a railroad that has no crossing at Jackson Road. The project would include water main, road improvements road reconstruction including curb and gutter, storm sewer, sanitary sewer extension and rail crossing to serve existing and new industry.. 9/1/2009

12/31/2010

$

Michigan Avenue to 1,619,370 Main Street

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City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

St Louis/Bethany Reniassance Zone Development

Construct Class A roadway, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer/drainage improvements to Reniassance Zone for future business/Industrial development.

9/1/2009

10/31/2010

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

St Louis/Bethany Reniassance Zone Development

Construct Class A roadway, water main, sanitary sewer, storm sewer/drainage improvements to Reniassance Zone for future business/Industrial development.

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Wastewater Treatment System Improvements identified by Rowe Incorpoated in consultation with MDEQ include a total of 11,310,000 in improvements necessary including Sanitary Sewer Retention Basin $5,200,000, Michigan Avenue Pump Station Upgrade and Force Main $1,560,000, and Sewer Treatment Plant upgrades $4,550,000. Rowe has indicated that of these Projects the Sanitary Sewer Retention Wastewater Treatment system Improvements Basin could be engineered, permitted and bid in 180 days. 9/1/2009 Superfund Site Clean-up. Feasibility Study Nearly complete by MDEQ Superfund Division. Need State match of $40,000,000 for perported $400,000,000 estimated cost of project. Superfund Site Clean-up. Feasibility Study Nearly complete by MDEQ Superfund Division. Need State match of $40,000,000 for perported $400,000,000 estimated cost of project.

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Velsicol Superfund Site Clean-uo Project

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Velsicol Superfund Site Clean-up Project

City of St Louis

City of St Louis-City of Alma

M46-Begole-Cheesman Road Water Main Project

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Hydroelectric Unit #6 Rehabilitation

City of St Louis City of St Louis

City of St Louis City of St Louis

Replace existing high pressure sodium street lamping to energy efficient LED technology throughout the City. Part of the City's Energy Optimization plan required Street Lighting Replacement Project under PA 295 2008 7/1/2009 Rebuild one existing launch and construct new launch with docks, lighting and related Leppien Park-Michigan Avenue Boat Launch work. 7/1/2009

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Part of project to replace the City's water system as "strongly suggest"ed by the MDEQ Water Bureau estimated to cost $30,000,000 in total. TheM-46-BegoleCheesman Water Main Project is to complete a water main loop necessary as part of the project whole. Project estimated by FTCH Engineers. 7/1/2009 Rehabilitate one 36" vertical Hydrolic Trubine and Misc electrical upgradesHydroelectric generation Unit #6 - Part of City Renewable portfolio standards plan required by PA 295 2008. 3/1/2009

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5,200,000

$

400,000,000

$

400,000,000 Water Main along State Street and Cheesman Road to Begole Road to M2,785,400 46 to City Limits

9/30/2010

$

8/31/2009

$

100,000

12/31/2009 9/30/2009

$ $

160,000 105,000

City Hall/Fire Station/Police Department Energy and Security Improvement Project

Energy and security related improvements to the 60+ year old City Hall/|Police Department/Fire Hall which is one building. Improvements to include ceilinig insulation replacement of lighting fixtures with more energy efficient fixtures, construct exterior wall and partial roof of courtyard for offices of Code and Building enforcement officers to combine offices with Police department for security and safety reasons, install computerized building passkey security system, replace windows, insulate walls of building, Council chambers security improvements, and computerized temperature control system, among other security and energy related improvements Project currently being designed under the supervision of the City Safety and Security Committee. 7/1/2009 Replacement of 50+ year old watermain. Replacement of street surface necessitated by water main excavation. 7/1/2009

6/30/2010

$

175,000 Center Street from Mill Street to 280,000 Watson Street

Center Street Water Main Replacement

10/31/2009

$

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City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Saginaw Street Water Main Replacement

Replacement of 50+ year old watermain. Replacement of street surface necessitated by water main excavation. 7/1/2009 Replacement of 50+ year old watermain. Replacement of street surface necessitated by water main excavation. 7/1/2009 Replacement of 50+ year old watermain. Replacement of street surface necessitated by water main excavation. 7/1/2009

10/31/2009

$

Saginaw Street from Mill Street to 280,000 Watson Street Center Street from Mill Street to 280,000 Watson Street Saginaw Street from Mill Street to 280,000 Watson Street Delaware Street from North Street 330,000 to Crawford Street Delaware Street from North Street 330,000 to Crawford Street Maple Street from State Street to 578,000 Hazel Street Maple Street from State Street to 578,000 Hazel Street Corinth/Prospect Streets from Main Street to Olive 891,985 Street Corinth/Prospect Streets from Main Street to Olive 891,985 Street Main Street from Pine River bridge 988,720 to north City Limits Main Street from Pine River bridge 988,720 to north City Limits

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Center Street Water Main Replacement

10/31/2009

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

Saginaw Street Water Main Replacement

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

Delaware Street Water Main Replacement

Replacement of 50+ year old watermain. Replacement of street surface necessitated by water main excavation. 7/1/2009

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Delaware Street Water Main Replacement

Replacement of 50+ year old watermain. Replacement of street surface necessitated by water main excavation. 7/1/2009 Replace 50+ year old water main, sanitary and storm sewer. Reconstruct street surface including curb and gutter, drainage and sidewalk.Current project status - in final design. Replace 50+ year old water main, sanitary and storm sewer. Reconstruct street surface including curb and gutter, drainage and sidewalk.Current project status - in final design. Replace 50+ year old water main, sanitary and storm sewer repairs. Reconstruct street surface including curb and gutter, drainage.Current project status - in preliminary design Replace 50+ year old water main, sanitary and storm sewer repairs. Reconstruct street surface including curb and gutter, drainage.Current project status - in preliminary design Replace 50+ year old water main, sanitary and storm sewer. Reconstruct street surface including curb and gutter, drainage.Current project status - in preliminary design

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

Maple Street Infrastructure Reconstruction

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Maple Street Infrastructure Reconstruction

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

Corinth/Prospect Street Infrastructure Reconstruction

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Corinth/Prospect Street Infrastructure Reconstruction

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

Main Street Infrastructure Reconstruction

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Main Street Infrastructure Reconstruction

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

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Reconstruct alley in 300 block of downtown to include milling existing asphalt, construct storm sewer, make drainage improvements and repave alley. Construct Downtown 300 Block Alley Imrovements and public parking lot at end of North Street at Mill Street including drainage and paving of Public Parking Lot Project existing gravel lot. 7/1/2009 Upgrades include bridge deck replacement, barrier rail rehabilitation, approach improvements and misc. maintenance - Project Status: Preliminary design complete. 5/1/2009 Upgrades include bridge deck replacement, barrier rail rehabilitation, approach improvements and misc. maintenance - Project Status: Preliminary design complete. 5/1/2009

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6/1/2009

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Replace 50+ year old water main, sanitary and storm sewer. Reconstruct street surface including curb and gutter, drainage.Current project status - in preliminary design

6/1/2009

$

9/30/2009

$

180,000

9/30/2009

$

180,000 Mill Street Bridge 400,000 over the Pine River Mill Street Bridge 400,000 over the Pine River

City of St Louis

City of St. Louis

Mill Street Bridge Rehabilitation

8/31/2009

$

City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Mill Street Bridge Rehabilitation

8/31/2009

$

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City of St Louis

City of St Louis

Woodside Drive Rehabilitation

Mill and repave Woodside Drive through the Woodside Industrial Park. Project Status Log Job which would not require much engineering. 5/1/2009 Replace 50+ year old water main, sanitary and storm sewer. Reconstruct street surface including curb and gutter, drainage and sidewalk.Current project status - in final design. 5/1/2009 Construct Sidewalk-Pedestricn path from State Street to Jerome Road in City of Alma. Pedestrian safety project to connect the two cities. 7/1/2009 Construct Sidewalk-Pedestricn path from State Street to Jerome Road in City of Alma. Pedestrian safety project to connect the two cities. 7/1/2009 Development of a non-motorized pathway from St. Igance to Drummond Island, along current state, county and federal routes. 7/1/2009 Upgrades and enhancements to the cit of St. Ignace Wastewater Treatment Plan. 7/1/2009

7/31/2009

City of St Louis City of St Louis City of St Louis City of St. Ignace City of St. Ignace

City of St Louis City of St. Louis-City of Alma City of St Louis-City of Alma St. Ignace St. Ignace

Franklin Street Infrastructure Reconstruction Michigan Avenue Sidewalk-Pedestrian Path Project Michigan Avenue Sidewalk-Pedestrian Path Project North Huron Scenic Pathway City of St. Ignace WWTP Upgrades

9/30/2009

City of St. Johns

Historic Train Depot Project.

In the mid 1990’s, the City purchased the abandoned railroad depot, which is located on the north end of the downtown, and renovated the building with the aid of State Historic Preservation grants. The building, still City-owned, houses the Clinton County Arts Council Train Museum, a public meeting site, and is located across the street from the Briggs Public Library. The City contracted with THA Architects and Engineers to develop a master plan for the Depot site. The plan proposes a permanent location for a farmer’s market, a play area for children, and a pavilion and stage area for local events, in addition to landscaping, parking and further restoration of the site. In 2009 the St Johns Rotary in partnership with the City and other civic organizations are resurrecting the exterior master plan to address those needs. The addition of a Rails to Trails convenience center/rest rooms, full size gazebo, and other amenities will further the develop the area as a historic destination. The restoration of (3) existing rail cars and museum will further educate current and future generations o the critical role that railroads provided in years past. The railroad created new commun

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

South State Area - CSO

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

Michigan Avenue Area - CSO

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

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Combined Sewer Overflow Separation Project Separate combined sewers, new water main, roadway and ADA accessible sidewalk construction included. To MDEQ 1/26/09 for Permits. [4th Quarter 2009 SRF Funding] 3/30/2009

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Woodside Drive from Main Street to 439,416 Michigan Avenue Franklin Street from State Street 723,850 to Hazel Street Jerome Road to 170,000 State Street Jerome Road to 170,000 State Street

57,000,000 M-134, H-63 4,435,000

$

300,000 South State Street Wallace to 820,000 Granada Michigan Ave Morton to East Dead End Morton Avenue - Harrison to Wolcott Harrison Avenue - Wayne to 1,123,000 Morton

6/30/2009

$

Combined Sewer Overflow Separation Project Separate combined sewers, new water main, roadway and ADA accessible sidewalk construction included. To MDEQ 1/26/09 for Permits. [4th Quarter 2009 SRF Funding] 3/30/2009 Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability). Design is well underway. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded] Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability). Design is well underway. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded] Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability). Design is well underway. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded] Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability). Design is well underway. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded]

6/30/2009

$

4/30/2009

7/30/2009

$

87,000 Not Applicable

Upton Drive to Ridgeway - Water Main

4/30/2009

7/30/2009

$

87,000 Not Applicable North Upton Drive 180,000 Upton to Ridgeway

North Upton - Water Main

4/30/2009

7/30/2009

$

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

Morrison Channel River Crossing

4/30/2009

8/30/2009

$

188,000 Not Applicable

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City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

Morton Avenue - Water Main West Basin Marina Site and Building Improvements - Phase I

Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability) to be bid with Michigan Avenue Project listed above. To MDEQ 1/26/09 for Permits. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded] 3/30/2009 Site enhancements and roadway safety improvements on Marina Drive next to West Basin Marina. 4/30/2009 Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability). Project will also include sanitary sewer, storm sewer, roadway and ADA accessible sidewalk construction. Design is well underway. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded] 5/15/2009 Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability). Project will also include sanitary sewer, storm sewer, roadway and ADA accessible sidewalk construction. Design is well underway. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded] 5/15/2009 Drinking Water Revolving Loan Fund Project Water distribution improvements (improve looping and reliability). Project will also include sanitary sewer, storm sewer, roadway and ADA accessible sidewalk construction. Design is well underway. [On DWRF PPL List, not funded] 6/15/2009 Drinking Water Revolving Load Fund Project Construct new intake and low service pump station to address the highest priority MDEQ concern at the St. Joseph Water Treatment Plant as per the 2007 Sanitary Survey. Project Plan Estimate was $7,400,000 most recent estimate $11,700,000. Design is well underway. [4th Quarter 2009 DWRF Funding] 7/15/2009 Dock & Piling Replacement Project Grant application has been submitted to MDNR due to poor condition of docks and pilings - considered to be in emergency status by consulting engineer. Construction can not commence until after boating season) Rehabilitate runway 6/24 (3,457' X 75') including rehabilitation of taxiway C Rehabilitate taxiway A and B and also apron (350' X 350') Extend Franks Ave. from Doyle Community Center to Lafayette St. Provides north/south connection from Franks Ave. to Lafayette St.

6/30/2009

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

11/15/2009

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

Orchard Avenue - Water Main

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

Morton Avenue - Water Main

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

Kingsley Avenue - Water Main

City of St. Joseph

City of St. Joseph

Intake & Low Service Pump Station

City of St. Joseph City of Sturgis City of Sturgis City of Sturgis

City of St. Joseph City of Sturgis City of Sturgis City of Sturgis

West Basin Marina Dock & Piling Replacement - Phase II Airport Runway Rehab 6/24 Airport Taxiway Rehabilitation Franks Ave. Extension

City of Sturgis

City of Sturgis, Sherman Township

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Construction of Haines Boulevard as a three lane, 40-loot wide section with curb and gutter and leaching basins with a T-intersection at Nottawa and Centerville. Dating back to the 1950’s, City Master Plans have called for a reduction in traffic, particularly truck traffic, downtown. M-66/US-12 (Chicago Road) which runs through downtown Sturgis is a major throughway for in-town and out-of-town traffic, including large trucks. The recent construction on US-12, which reduced the number of traffic lanes from four down to three has helped to reduce traffic speeds and create a more pedestrian-friendly environment downtown, but has not addressed the volume of traffic in the area. A long-standing proposal in the City has been to create a bypass of M-66, rerouting truck and other pass-through traffic away from the downtown area. The proposed route takes traffic north on Centerville Road, constructing a connector between North Centerville and North Nottawa near Haines Boulevard. The City has received $750,000 in grant monies from MDOT and is programmed for 2010, however the total project is estimated at $2.8 million.

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Orchard Ave 682,000 Morton to Langley

Morton Ave - Van 1,088,000 Brunt to Orchard

Kingsley - S. State 1,215,000 to Morton

$

Not Applicable Water Treatment 11,700,000 Plant Project

9/30/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009

5/1/2010 11/1/2009 11/1/2009 11/1/2009

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606,000 Not Applicable 1,055,000 759,500 1,800,000

12/1/2010

$

2,620,000

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City of Sturgis City of Sturgis

City of Sturgis City of Sturgis

DPS Facility Project Water Tower Painting (exterior and interior)

For over a decade the City has been discussing the need to construct a new public services facility that would house vehicles and equipment for public works, water, sewer and electric. The current facilities are deteriorated and highly inefficient in terms of function and utilities. The City has received a storm water sustainability grant from the MDEQ, which will assist in paying for site storm water management, a green roof and a wash bay that uses recycled rain water. This grant provides for over $400,000 and the City has earmarked about $1 million. Total project cost is estimated at $2.8 million leaving the project just out of reach. 6/1/2009 Paint exterior and interior of 1,500,000 gallon elevated tank. 9/1/2009

City of Sturgis

City of Sturgis

Sturges-Young Auditorium parking lot improvement

The Sturges-Young Civic Center and Auditorium is a municipally owned facility that includes a 900 seat auditorium for performing arts and a civic center area utilzed for community events. The project would include resurfacing and expanding the existing parking lot. 5/1/2009 Contruct 3,600 square foot salt shed for storage of winter salt melt. Building consists of asphalt floor, reinforced concrete sidewalls extending 10' feet above finished floor elevation with a steel framed, tensioned fabric cover system. 5/1/2009

City of Sturgis

City of Sturgis

Salt Storage Shed Project

City of Sturgis

City of Sturgis, Sturgis Township

Dresser Industrial Park Sewer Project

Extend Sanitary Sewer from the corner of Bogen Rd and South Centerville Rd. east on Bogen road to Nottawa Rd. to service the Industrial park. Extend approximately 2,700 LF of 24” gravity sewer from the corner of M-66(S.Centerville) and Bogen Road east along Bogen to S. Nottawa. Will require the Bore & Jack of casing piping across the existing railroad track on Bogen Road.(S.Centerville) and Bogen Road east along Bogen to S. Nottawa. 6/1/2009

City of Sturgis City of Sturgis City of Sturgis City of Swartz Creek City of Swartz Creek

City of Sturgis, Sturgis Township City of Sturgis, Sturgis Township City of Sturgis, Sturgis Township City of Swartz Creek

Dresser Industrial Park Water Project White Elephant Stormwater Detention Basin Expansion Fawn River Crossing Sewer Project SANITARY SEWER UPGRADES BRIDGE REPLACEMENT

City of Swartz Creek

City of Swartz Creek City of Tecumseh City of Tecumseh City of Tecumseh City of Tecumseh City of Tecumseh

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Extend Water from the corner of Bogen Rd and South Centerville Rd. east on Bogen road to Nottawa Rd. to service the Industrial park. Loop up Nottawa Rd. to Fawn River Rd. This proposed project consists of extending water to the corner of Bogen Road and S. Nottawa Street. In accordance with the feasibility study recommendations, the following improvements will be designed: • Extend approximately 5,100 LF of 12” watermain. The connection to the existing watermain would be made on the east side of M-66 across (approximately across from Carter Lumber) and extend south to Bogen Road, then east to the corner of S.Nottawa Street. 6/1/2009 Expand the White Elephant Storm Sewer Detention Basin to alleviate flooding problems in the area. 5/1/2009 Extend Sanitary Sewer to the Indiana State line to service Fawn River Crossing development area near the I80-90 Toll Road 4/1/2009 Rehabilitate the city's gravity sewer system by pipe re-ling; Complete footing drain connections to the city's storm sewer system for 800 homes. 7/20/2009 Remove and Replace Bridge Superstructure on Morrish Road at the Swartz Creek crossing. 7/20/2009

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11/9/2009

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11/1/2009 7/1/2009 11/1/2009 8/31/2016 11/30/2009

$ $ $ $ $

1,081,990 240,000 1,877,000 4,700,000 650,000

WATERMAIN UPGRADES

Non-motorized Trail Salt Storage Building Tecumseh Business &Tech park Traffic signal upgrade HVAC for TCA

Replace 12" watermain along Miller Road from Third Street to Dye Road (14,000'); Replace 10" watermain along Morrish Road from I-69 to Miller (2,800') 12ft bituminus foot trail along M-50 from the Tecumseh Business and Technology Campus,west to the Tecumseh Community Center Required to meet MDEQ Clean Water Initiative Roads and Infrastrure of 55 acres. To be development ready Upgrade traffic signals with LEDs to improve electrical efficiency Upgrade HVAC system for Tecumseh Center for the Arts to improve energy efficiency

7/20/2009 8/9/2009 8/9/2009 6/9/2009 4/9/2009

11/30/2009 11/9/2009 11/9/2009 12/9/2009 5/9/2009

$ $ $ $ $ $

2,100,000 110,000 250,000 2,250,000 23,000 150,000

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Location City or Township Maumee Street ADA Ramps

Project Name

Project Description Rebuild/ Resurfacing project.The work is required for a new company in Tecumseh Replace handicap ramps to meet curent ADA standards

Start Date 5/9/2009 5/9/2009

Expected Completion Date 9/9/2009 7/9/2009 $ $

Funding Request 500,000 50,000

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City of The Village of Douglas

City of the Village of Douglas

Union Street Storm water Improvements

Union Street Improvements (from the boat launch southerly to the right hand curve): Improvements would include a trunk storm sewer outlet that collects water from the Union Street right-of-way with future connection capabilities from appropriate side streets. The storm sewer would outlet at or near the boat launch. The sanitary sewer would be video inspected to identify potential deficiencies. The boat trailer parking area near the boat launch would also be improved along with drainage collection at the boat pull out area. 8/9/2009 Wall Street Improvements (from west of Union Street to Water Street): Improvements would include the installation of tributary storm sewer to be connected to the trunk storm sewer constructed in the Union Street project described above and the currently existing storm sewer in Main Street. The sanitary sewer would be video inspected to identify potential deficiencies. The roadway pavement will get replaced after storm sewer construction with valley gutter added where appropriate for drainage. 8/9/2009

City of The Village of Douglas

City of the Village of Douglas

Wall Street Storm water Improvements

City of The Village of Douglas

City of the Village of Douglas

Randolph Street Storm water Improvements

Randolph Street Improvements (Blue Star Highway to Water Street): Improvements would include a trunk storm sewer from Union Street easterly to Water Street continuing downhill in Water Street to the Jager-Crane County Drain. This trunk sewer would allow future storm sewer connection into it from areas generally south of Randolph Street between Water Street and Union Street. The existing 4” and 6” watermain from Blue Star Highway to Washington Street would be replaced with a new 8” diameter watermain. The sanitary sewer would be video inspected to identify potential deficiencies. The roadway pavement will get replaced after storm sewer and watermain construction with valley gutter added where appropriate for drainage. 8/9/2009 Freemont Street Improvements (Ellis Street to Water Street): Improvements would be made to the storm water collection and drainage by appropriate connections to the existing storm sewers that ultimately drain to the recently constructed trunk storm sewer in Center Street. The sanitary sewer would be video inspected to identify potential deficiencies. The roadway pavement will get replaced after storm sewer construction with valley gutter added where appropriate for drainage. 8/9/2009

City of The Village of Douglas

City of the Village of Douglas

Freemont Street Storm water Improvements

City of The Village of Douglas

City of the Village of Douglas

City of The Village of Douglas City of Trenton

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Wall Street

10/10/2009

Randolph Street

10/10/2009

Freemont Street

Campbell Road, Golf View Drive & McVea Drive Improvements: Improvements would include storm sewer construction and the replacement of the existing 2” and 6” watermains with 8” watermain in portions of Campbell Road as well as ditch improvements at other locations within the project limits. The sanitary sewer would be video inspected to identify potential deficiencies. Roadway reconstruction of Golf View and McVea Drive with partial roadway reconstruction of Campbell over the newly installed watermain and storm sewer. 8/9/2009 Park Drive Improvements: Improvements would include the construction of watermain and sanitary sewer from Third Street southerly to the dead end of Park Drive to replace the existing undersized watermain and sewer piping. Roadway improvements would consist of roadway reconstruction with paving and appropriate storm sewers or culverts connected to the Warnock Drain as appropriate.

10/10/2009

Campbell Road, Golf View Drive & McVea Drive

Park Drive Improvements Westfield Facility Expansion and Renovation

8/9/2009 7/1/2009

10/10/2009 11/1/2009 $ 3,700,000

Park Drive

Renovate and expand including a second story addition to the current facility.

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Project will construct a new 13 MGD capacity water treatment plant, 1 Mgal above ground storage tank, intake pump station from the Detroit River and connecting transmission pipelines to the City of Riverview and Grosse Ile Township.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Trenton

Trenton

Water Treatment Plant

8/1/2009

11/1/2010

City of Trenton City of Trenton City of Trenton

Trenton Trenton Trenton

New Police and Fire Station Fort Street over CN Railroad Grade Separation Riverside Hospital Demolition

Project would require the acquisition of property in an appropriate area of town to service the needs of the community and building a new police and fire station of approximately 20,000 sq ft. 8/1/2009 Project would provide for M85 to overpass the existing CN Rail line. The project would be administered through MDOT. 8/1/2009 Project includes the demolition and site clean-up of the hospital which encompasses over 5 acres on the Detroit River. 5/1/2009

8/1/2010

City of Trenton City of Trenton City of Trenton City of Trenton City of Trenton City of Trenton City of Trenton

Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton Trenton

Project would build a new Electric Arc furnace, Melt & Mold shop and various upgrades. The Mill will focus on State of the Art Green technologies and provide JustIn-Time need for raw steel for Defense Logistics Agency and prime contractors. This will be coordinated with the Office of the Secretary of Defense and Defense Logistics Surge and Sustainment Department for Special projects under the "Warstopper Program", specifically pertaining to the Diminishing Manufacturing Sources and DSC former McLouth Steel Plant Re-Opening Material Shortages (DMSMS) program. 4/1/2009 Remove gravel within alleys, replace with concrete pavement and install storm sewer Downtown Alley Paving Project to improve poor drainage areas. 4/1/2009 Removal and replacement of area identified for repair within the City of Trenton Major Major & Local Street Repairs and Local Street system. 4/1/2009 Complete removal and replacement of Harrison Avenue concrete pavement from Fort Harrison Ave. Pavement Repair Street to Grange. 4/1/2009 Pave gravel streets with concrete pavement and install storm sewer to improve poor Paving of Existing Gravel Streets drainage. 4/1/2009 Install new water mains within the City in areas with significant water main breaks and Water Main Replacement areas of low pressure. 5/1/2009 To extend the service life and improve the overall condition of the sanitary sewer Sanitary Sewer Rehabilitation infrastructure, the existing sanitary sewer lines need to be lined. 5/1/2009

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

Sunday Lake Outlet Flood Control Structure

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

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45,000,000

8,000,000

26,000,000 M 85 (Fort Street) 1,500,000

500,000,000 600,000 1,000,000 1,100,000 1,300,000 1,500,000 1,500,000

The City has completed studies and preliminary design studies and estimates for a project with a totol estimated cost of approximately $75,000. The project will provide for an adjustable lake level outlet control structure which will enable the City to lower lake levels prior to spring melt off. Lowering the lake levels prior to spring melt will help prevent flooding to many homes which are threatened each spring. Flooding in recent years has resulted in millions of dollars being spent in recent years to improve sewer systems in this area, but money has not yet been made available for this project. 8/1/2009

10/1/2009

$

75,000

The City has identified more than $275,000 in road repair and reconstruction costs. Preliminary studies and estimates detailing the scope of these improvements and the City is in need of funding. 8/1/2009 In a 2006 letter from the MDEQ, it was stated that the Booster Pump Station on Old U.S. 2 was in poor condition and unsafe, because it is a confined space. The MDEQ recommended the facility be replaced. If the City received funding, the Old U.S. 2 booster pump would be replaced with an above ground pump station. The booster pump station is necessary to serve the Plymouth Location residents. 9/1/2009

10/1/2009

$

75,000

Old US-2 Water Booster Pump Station Reconstruction

7/1/2010

$

260,000

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Project Description

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

Residential Area Yard Drain Installations

This area of work was identified as first priority in the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan completed in June 2008 and submitted to MDEQ July 2008. Work in this area is primarily within areas where main line sewers have been replaced within the past 10 years. Work in these areas needs to be done now to reduce the amount of Infiltration/Inflow (I/I) that enters the collection system by seeping through basement walls or leaking into defective laterals. Flow metering performed in this area verified elevated sewer flows during wet weather events and confirms observations of the City’s operators. The flow meter data and observations in this area during wet conditions indicates that this area is at or nearly at capacity and flow to the City’s Main Lift Station is much greater than would be expected based upon the served population. In order to reduce this flow, a combined approach of establishing yard drainage to storm sewers, disconnecting foundation drains, re-plumbing basement sanitary piping and installing basement sump pumps is proposed. 9/1/2009

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

Plymouth Location Elevated Water Storage Tank

Dixon Engineering inspected the Plymouth Location water tank in the Spring of 2008. Because the repairs that were addressed in the Dixon report are cost prohibitive, Dixon Engineering recommended that the water tank be replaced with a 100,000 gallon elevated tank. It is imperative that the City replace the water tank to provide adequate service to the Plymouth Location residents, which includes the Gogebic Medical Care Facility, the home of 109 elderly individuals. 8/1/2009

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

This work was identified as third priority in the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan completed in June 2008 and submitted to MDEQ July 2008. Work in this area will significantly reduce the amount of sanitary wastewater that is discharged at the diversion manholes at the Sunday Lake and Charles Street intersections. Once this work is done, sanitary wastewater from the Tobin Location will be able to directly connect to the separated sanitary sewers downstream of the diversion manhole on Sunday Lake Street without being mixed with excessive clear water flows from upstream of this diversion manhole. Accomplishing this work should result in a significant decrease in the amount of clear water entering the sanitary sewer collection system which is Tobin Location Sanitary Sewer Replacement estimated to be 1.85 million gallons per day (MGD) of clear water flow. 9/1/2009

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

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500,000

10/1/2010

$

742,000

Bedell Street Sanitary Sewer Replacement

This work was identified as second priority in the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan completed in June 2008 and submitted to MDEQ July 2008. This work entails the construction of new sanitary sewers with improvements to private laterals and interior plumbing including disconnecting foundation drains and re-plumbing basement sanitary piping with the installation of sump pumps is recommended for this area. It is also recommended that the existing buried piping in this area be converted to a storm water collection system and an outlet for it created by extending it eastward to an existing ditch. Accomplishing this work should result in a significant decrease in the amount of clear water entering the sanitary sewer collection system which is estimated to be 0.15 million gallons per day (MGD) of clear water flow. 9/1/2009

10/1/2010

$

1,120,000

City of Wakefield

City of Wakefield

This work was identified as fourth priority in the MDEQ S2 SRF Project Plan completed in June 2008 and submitted to MDEQ July 2008. The most significant amount of improvement that needs to be made in any one area or the City in order to reduce the amount of I/I and volume of SSOs, needs to be accomplished in this area. Accomplishing this work should result in a significant decrease in the amount of clear water entering the sanitary sewer collection system which is estimated to be 3.0 9/1/2009 Castile Location Sanitary Sewer Replacement million gallons per day (MGD) of clear water flow.

10/1/2010

$

1,705,000

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township City of Walker, City of Grand Rapids Utility District

Project Name

Project Description Construct a 500,000 gallon water tank in northern Walker to supplement supply and fire supression in the area north of I-96 and south of Four Mile.

Start Date As soon as funding is available

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Walker

Four Mile Road Water Tank

12 months total

$

Four Mile Road 2,000,000 east of Fruitridge Wilson from Riverbend south to Millennium Commerce Park 1,800,000 (Grand River) Four Mile Road 3,500,000 east of Fruitridge

City of Walker

City of Walker, City of Grand Rapids Utility District City of Walker, City of Grand Rapids Utility District

South Walker Water II

Build 1.5 miles of 16" watermain to tie in water system to Grand Rapids ground storage tank. This will improve system reliability and bring public water to residential neighbors with poor well water quality. It will also make water available to the Millennium Commerce Park, a state designated brownfield. Development can not take place without public water on this old landfill (Fenske Landfill). 8/1/2009

City of Walker

Four Mile Road Watermain

Construct a 16" watermain to tie in new water tank between Fruitridge and Bristol

City of Watervliet

City of Watervliet

M-140

Water service replacement due to rehabilitation of M-140 (by MDOT in 2010) through the City including the downtown commercial district. As part of this project, there would be in excess of 30+ water service(s) that would be replaced supplying the downtown commercial district. The services are very old with a number that are lead services. Replacement of the water service(s) is being done ahead of the rehabilitation of M-140 so the City does not have to "after the fact" tear-up the work 5/12009 subject completed by the MDOT on the newly done roadway. to funding

City of Watervliet

City of Watervliet

Medical Drive

The City is home to an award winning regional serving community public hospital. The project would entail redevelopment of the ingress/egress and drive off of Red Arrow 3/1/2009--subject Hwy. (including storm retention) to the hospital proper. to funding 9/1/2009

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

Newburgh Road Repaving

Deficient concrete pavement removal and replacement

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

Second St. Repaving

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

Elizabeth Street Repaving

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

Watermain and concrete replacement Phase X Watermain replacement and deficient concrete pavement removal and replacement

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

Annapolis Repaving

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

City of Wayne

City of White Cloud

City of White Cloud

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12 months total

M140 & Red Arrow 125,000 Hwy.

$

570,000 Red Arrow Hwy. Newburgh – Glenwood to 800,000 Michigan Ave Second – Glenwood to 2,000,000 Annapolis Elizabeth – Glenwood to 2,000,000 Annapolis Hubbard, Mildred, Winifred, and 2,600,000 Niagara Sts Annapolis – Elizabeth to 3,000,000 Merriman Hubbard, Mildred, Winifred, and 3,100,000 Niagara Sts Streets throughout 14,000,000 the city

10/15/2010

$

5/15/2009

10/15/2009

$

5/15/2010

10/15/2010

$

5/15/2010

10/15/2010

$

Deficient concrete pavement removal and replacement

5/15/2009

10/15/2009

$

5/15/2009

10/15/2009

$

Sliplining Phase XI

Lining of old/deficient sanitary sewer

5/15/2009

10/15/2011

$

James St. Area Infrastructure Upgrades

The City of White Cloud in the County Seat for Newaygo County. The County is working on an expansion of the County Jail. This would require the City to expand sewer and water to the site and also require upgrades to the roads to serve the facility 6/9/2009 The City of White Cloud Industrial Park needs to add a loop to the water line that serves the park. This is necessary to add redundancy in the event that there would be a disruption in the current line due to a break or other cause. This redundant line would also add to the marketability of the park for future tenants. 5/1/2009

6/10/2009

$

North St. and 1,000,000 William St.

City of White Cloud

City of White Cloud

City of White Cloud Industrial Water Loop

10/1/2009

$

1,000,000

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Water System improvements from the north end of Webster St. to east end of Washington St. in Industrial Park by placing 1200 feet of 12inch watermain plus 200 ft bored and jacked To loop the Industrial Park water main with instillation of 12 inch watermain

Start Date

Expected Completion Date 190 days from start 90 days from start

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of White Cloud City of White Cloud

City of White Cloud City of White Cloud

Water System Improvement Industrial Park Water Main Loop

$ $

City of White Cloud City of White Cloud City of White Cloud City of Whitehall City of Whitehall City of Whitehall City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston

City of White Cloud City of White Cloud Township City of Whitehall City of Whitehall City of Whitehall City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston

Road and utilities improvements to James Street 1,500 ft from M-37 to North Street, Williams Street 500 ft from James St to Newell Street and Williams Street 900 ft from James, Williams & North Street Improvement James St to Wilcox Ave. City of White Cloud Master Plan A full rewrite of the Cities Master Plan current Expansion to the White Cloud Sewer Authority facility to accommodate disposal of White Cloud Sherman Sewer Expansion private septic haulers waste. Pump Station #2 Rehabilitation Mears Avenue Improvements Lake St. and Misco Dr. Improvements restructuring three wells to raise them above the flood plain for health concerns during flooding Summer 2010 Water System Improvements reconstruction of WWTP influent structure DPW Garage Community Center Improvements Water Treatment Plant wastewater treatment plant influent structure rebuilding

New construction of Public Works Building for health, safety and energy efficiency building rehabilitation to include energy efficiency improvements construction of water treatment plant for improvement of water quality

City of Williamston

City of Williamston

DDA Streetscape & water main

Streetscape improvements including sidewalks, energy efficient street lighting, trash cans, benches, water main replacement

City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston

City of Williamston City of Williamston City of Williamston

Middle Street Parking Lot Williamston Road resurfacing Putnam St.,/High St Parking Lot

City of Williamston City of Williamston

City of Williamston City of Williamston

install pedestrian sidewalks for non-motorized transportation in highly developed neighborhoods replacement of sanitary sewer under Red Cedar River from Brookshire Golf Club to Sanitary Sewer River Crossing Replacement WWTP Influent Structure south side sidewalks

City of Williamston City of Williamston

City of Williamston City of Williamston

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Parking lot expansion and improvements in downtown district mill & resurface Williamston Rd from I-96 to Linn Rd construction of parking lot with amenities in Downtown Distric

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100,000 Industrial Park area White Cloud 5,500,000 Industrial Park Around County 750,000 Complex 7,000 60,000 200,000 300,000 800,000

Summer 2010 Summer 2010 Summer 2010 Summer 2010 Summer 2010

1,000,000 1,000,000 1,500,000 3,000,000 3,500,000 Putnam St from Middle St N to alley 850,000 (water main) storm drainage from 1/2 block e of 160,000 Putnam to Putnam 200,000 250,000 N Williamston Rd from Wallace St to Linn Rd, Wallace & Lloyd Sts from Wmstn Rd to end, 280,000 Georgia St 450,000 Putnam St to Bismark, McCauley, Fuller, 550,000 Irving Sanitary, storm, 700,000 water & street Centurion Way to Industrial Park 800,000 Drive

8/1/2009

$

6/1/2009 6/1/2009 6/1/2009

8/1/2009 6/1/2009 8/1/2009

$ $ $

5/1/2009 7/9/2009

8/1/2009 9/1/2009

$ $

replace undersized water mains (2") for fire flow build roadway in Industrial Park including sanitary, storm and water water, sanitary, storm & street to connect improve industrial park, allow better traffic flow and safety Replace inefficient street lighting in the downtown business district with efficient light emitting diode (LED) technology and synchronize system sub-units. Project will reduce energy consumption and costs by 40-50%.

6/1/2009 7/1/2009

8/1/2009 10/1/2009

$ $

Elevator Street (Industrial Park)

City of Williamston

City of Williamston

Industrial Park Roadway Downtown Street Lighting Energy Improvements

4/1/2009

8/1/2009

$

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

$

153,750

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Reconstruction of West Maple Road from Wixom to the west City limits. The current road is rated in poor to very poor utilizing the nationally recognized PASER System. Project will reduce fuel consumption and vehicle repair costs. Replace obsolete effluent disinfection system with a state of the art ultraviolet light disinfection technology. Project will enhance effluent quality and reduce energy consumption and operational costs. Construct a safety path, for non-motorized transportation uses, along Potter Road from Beck Road to Wixom Road. Project will provide facilities for the use of nonmotorized vehicles and promote physical fitness.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

West Maple Reconstruction Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent Disinfection System Improvements

1st Quarter 2010 3rd Quarter 2011

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

1st Quarter 2009 3rd Quarter 2009

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Potter Road Safety Path Downtown Street Lighting Energy Improvements Wastewater Treatment Plant Effluent Disinfection System Improvements

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Replace inefficient street lighting in the downtown business district with efficient light emitting diode (LED) technology and synchronize system sub-units. Project will reduce energy consumption and costs by 40-50%. 2nd Quarter 2009 3rd Quarter 2009 Replace obsolete effluent disinfection system with a state of the art ultraviolet light disinfection technology. Project will enhance effluent quality and reduce energy consumption and operational costs.

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

West Maple Reconstruction

Reconstruction of West Maple Road from Wixom to the west City limits. The current road is rated in poor to very poor utilizing the nationally recognized PASER System. Project will reduce fuel consumption and vehicle repair costs. Construct a safety path, for non-motorized transportation uses, along Potter Road from Beck Road to Wixom Road. Project will provide facilities for the use of nonmotorized vehicles and promote physical fitness. Reconstruct and pave City Hall parking lot including base repairs and drainage improvements using best storm water management practices Reconstruct and pave City Hall parking lot including base repairs and drainage improvements using best storm water management practices

City of Wixom City of Wixom City of Wixom

City of Wixom City of Wixom City of Wixom

Potter Road Safety Path Reconstruct And Pave City Hall Parking Lot Reconstruct And Pave City Hall Parking Lot

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Historic Spencer Barn Preservation Initiative

City of Wixom City of Wixom

City of Wixom City of Wixom

Construction of a concrete roadway from Beck Road to the existing roadway system in Alpha Tech Corporate Park providing a connection to Wixom Road thereby providing a significant east-west connection within the City and facilitating infill 12 Mile Road Extension development. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2009 Gilbert Willis and Gunnar Mettala Park Paving Pave the access drive and parking lots for two of the City's largest parks that are Improvements commonly utilized for community events and public gatherings. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2009 Acquisition and relocation of 1840's era historic Wixom Barn. Effort will culminate in the further development of the historic Wixom Gibson Farm and agricultural Historic Spencer Barn Preservation Initiative interpretative center 2nd Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2009 Gilbert Willis and Gunnar Mettala Park Paving Pave the access drive and parking lots for two of the City's largest parks that are Improvements commonly utilized for community events and public gatherings. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2009

City of Wixom City of Wixom

City of Wixom City of Wixom

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

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315,630

1st Quarter 2009 3rd Quarter 2009

4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2009 2nd Quarter 2009 3rd Quarter 2009 2nd Quarter 2009 3rd Quarter 2009 $ 750,000

2nd Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2009

$

275,000

$ $

12,000,000 500,000

Construction of a concrete roadway from Beck Road to the existing roadway system in Alpha Tech Corporate Park providing a connection to Wixom Road thereby providing a significant east-west connection within the City and facilitating infill development. Expansion and renovation of the current Wixom Community Center for the purpose of providing activity areas for senior citizens and the general public. Project will promote physical activity and community events. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2010

Community Center Expansion/Renovation

$

1,250,000

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Construction of a second water main crossing of I-96. Currently the system is served by one crossing. A second/emergency connection is needed in the event of a 1st Quarter 2010 3rd Quarter 2011 Secondary/Emergency Water Main Extension calamity and to provide consistency.

$

550,000

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Submitting Agency

Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Construction of a new concrete road from Pontiac Trail to Maple Road to provide a significant north-south connection within the City. Project will increase capacity, traffic efficiencies and reduce delays for the City and our surrounding communities.

Start Date

Expected Completion Date

Funding Request

Route (Infrastructure Only)

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Landrow Road Extension

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Wixom Road Reconstruction

Construction of a concrete boulevard from the I-96 interchange to Old Wixom Road at the Village Center Area promoting access from the nearest highway into the commercial area of the City including the future redevelopment of the old Ford-Wixom Assembly Plant property. 1st Quarter 2010 3rd Quarter 2011 Expansion and extension of the existing Habitat pathway through Wixom's Habitat Park, a 297 acre nature preserve. Project will provide access to natural areas for educational purposes and recreational nature viewing.

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Wixom Habitat Pathway Project

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Install a new mechanical influent screening system to improve debris removal. Wastewater Treatment Plant Debris Removal Project will improve efficiency of plant and reduce energy consumption and System Improvements. operational costs.

4th Quarter 2009 1st Quarter 2011

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Wastewater Treatment Plant Solid Handling System Improvements

Replacement of aerobic digester components, addition of a new digester and sludge dewatering equipment, and various system replacements, improvements, and additions. Project will reduce energy consumption and operational costs. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2010

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Wastewater Treatment Plant Instrumentation Replacement of obsolete instrumentation and control systems with new state of the and System Control Improvements art programmable logic controllers for all areas and operations of the WWTP

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

The City of Wixom WWTP, pursuant to an Agreement with Milford Twp., serves a substantial portion of Milford Township. Additional capacity in the WWTP is needed to meet the demands of the service area. Improvements include: a new influent force main, aeration channel aerator replacements, and additional secondary clarifier, and Wastewater Treatment Plant Milford Township additional biological sludge storage tank, and disinfection system upgrades. Through Service Sharing Upgrades this Agreement, ground and surface waters will be protected. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2010 Construction of a concrete roadway from the I-96 interchange north to West Road. Beck Road provides access to the City's office light industrial areas to the north of I96 and to the new Providence-St. Johns hospital complex to the south increasing connectivity within the Beck Road corridor. Project will also reduce traffic delays thereby reducing fuel consumption.

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Beck Road Reconstruction

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Community Center Expansion/Renovation

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Install a new mechanical influent screening system to improve debris removal. Wastewater Treatment Plant Debris Removal Project will improve efficiency of plant and reduce energy consumption and System Improvements operational costs.

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

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Wastewater Treatment Plant Instrumentation Replacement of obsolete instrumentation and control systems with new state of the and System Control Improvements art programmable logic controllers for all areas and operations of the WWTP

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4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2010

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$

3,000,000

2nd Quarter 2010 3rd Quarter 2011

$

20,000,000

4th Quarter 2009 1st Quarter 2011

Replacement of aerobic digester components, addition of a new digester and sludge dewatering equipment, and various system replacements, improvements, and additions. Project will reduce energy consumption and operational costs. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2010

4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2010

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

The City of Wixom WWTP, pursuant to an Agreement with Milford Twp., serves a substantial portion of Milford Township. Additional capacity in the WWTP is needed to meet the demands of the service area. Improvements include: a new influent force main, aeration channel aerator replacements, and additional secondary clarifier, and Wastewater Treatment Plant Milford Township additional biological sludge storage tank, and disinfection system upgrades. Through this Agreement, ground and surface waters will be protected. 4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2010 Service Sharing Upgrades

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City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Construction of a second water main crossing of I-96. Currently the system is served by one crossing. A second/emergency connection is needed in the event of a Secondary/Emergency Water Main Extension calamity and to provide consistency. 1st Quarter 2010 3rd Quarter 2011 Expansion and extension of the existing Habitat pathway through Wixom's Habitat Park, a 297 acre nature preserve. Project will provide access to natural areas for educational purposes and recreational nature viewing.

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Wixom Habitat Pathway Project

4th Quarter 2009 4th Quarter 2009

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Landrow Road Extension

Construction of a new concrete road from Pontiac Trail to Maple Road to provide a significant north-south connection within the City. Project will increase capacity, traffic efficiencies and reduce delays for the City and our surrounding communities. 4th Quarter 2009 3rd Quarter 2011 Construction of a concrete roadway from the I-96 interchange north to West Road. Beck Road provides access to the City's office light industrial areas to the north of I96 and to the new Providence-St. Johns hospital complex to the south increasing connectivity within the Beck Road corridor. Project will also reduce traffic delays thereby reducing fuel consumption.

City of Wixom

City of Wixom

Beck Road Reconstruction

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Wixom Road Reconstruction Municipal Services Power Plant Emission Reduction Municipal Services Hybrid Vehicle Replacement

Construction of a concrete boulevard from the I-96 interchange to Old Wixom Road at the Village Center Area promoting access from the nearest highway into the commercial area of the City including the future redevelopment of the old Ford-Wixom Assembly Plant property.

Installation of an emissions reduction system at the Wyandotte Municipal power plant. 6/1/2009 Replace the current fleet of city-owned Municipal Services automobiles with Hybrid Vehicles. 3/1/2009

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Dredge the Detroit River at the Wyandotte Municipal Docks to allow full shipments of coal to be delivered to the power plant. Project would also allow for remediation of Dredging of River at Municipal Service Docks contaminants in the river. 3/1/2009 Replacement of High-Pressure Sodium Replace High Pressure Sodium street lights, pedestrian lights and security light Lighting w/LED fixtures throughout the city with LED lighting. 3/1/2009

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Implementation of 2007 Energy Audit Roof Replacement & Solar Panel Installation at City-Owned Building Upgrades to DPS Site City Hall Systems Upgrades & Solar Panel Installation

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Wyandotte Masonic Lodge Arts Center

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Implementation of the 2007 Energy Audit, which identified several cost-saving opportunities through the application of efficient technologies in city facilities.

Roof replacement, solar panel and wind turbine installation at city-owned building. 3/1/2009 Provide site paving and new covered storage bins at the Department of Public Services site. 5/1/2009 Upgrades to HVAC, lighting and fire protection at City Hall. Installation of new roof & solar panels at City Hall. 2/1/2009 PH I - 3/1/2009 PH 2 - 9/1/2099 5/1/2009

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Restoration of Historic Masonic Lodge building & creation of community arts center. Upgrades to the existing Municipal Services electrical system to meet increasing consumer demand

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1,850,000 N/A 940,000 N/A

Downtown Streetscape Project Parking Lot Reconstruction Sanitary Sewer Replacement and Upgrades Water Main Replacement & Upgrades Street Reconstruction, Repair & Resurfacing

Completion of downtown streetscape project to add pedestrian lighting, expanded sidewalks to further support a walkable downtown business district. 8/1/2009 Reconstruct several city-owned parking lots throughout the city. These lots are used for snow-emergency parking, schools and special events. 4/1/2010 Replacement, repair and upgrading of sanitary sewer lines throughout the city. Replacement, repair and upgrading of water mains throughout the city Repair, resurfacing & reconstruction of various streets throughout the city. 8/1/2009 3/1/2009 3/1/2009

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City of Wyoming

City of Wyoming

Sanitary Sewer Sliplining

The existing sanitary sewer system has a number of isolated pipe segments which are in need of repair. This project would involve the internal repair of these pipe segments so as to avoid possible pipe collapse. 5/9/2009 The existing water distribution system has a number of pipe segments which have experienced pipe failures and associateedd service disruptions. Three of these segments, located in Avon and Meyer Avenues, can be constructed in 2009 The existing water treatment plant services approximately 200,000 customers in Kent and Ottawa Counties. The plant has one raw water line which transports water approximately one mile from Lake Michigan to the plant. Plans are being prepared to construct a parallel 66-inch diameter pipeline, with an associated carbon feed facilitym to provide the necessary security and reliability that a second raw water pipeline will provide to the entire water system. The existing water treatment plant services approximately 200,000 customers in Kent and Ottawa Counties. Wyoming and Holland are planning to construct a 30-inch diameter interconnection pipeline to provide additional reliability and securety for both systems.

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City of Wyoming

City of Wyoming

Watermain Replacement

5/9/2009

10/9/2009

City of Wyoming

City of Wyoming

Raw Water Line and Carbon Feed Facility

City of Wyoming

City of Wyoming

Wyoming - Holland Water Interconnect

City of Wyoming

City of Wyoming

Odor Control - Primary Clarifier Tank Covers

This project will conclude a comprehensive odor control project that began in early 2001 at the City of Wyoming’s wastewater plant. This project will enhance the neighborhood environment surrounding the area of the plant and create jobs for the engineering, procurement, installation and final commissioning of the odor scrubbing components of the new system. 5/9/2009 This capital investment will enhance reliability and add redundancy by providing a third centrifuge for solids control of the activated sludge process at the wastewater plant. This third unit will be placed into a rotation of usage and allow for service of the existing units. This enhancement in reliability will create several opportunities for employment in the engineering, procurement and installation of this third centrifuge unit. 7/9/2009

City of Wyoming

City of Wyoming

Centrifuge Procurement

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UV Disinfection Project

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This project includes the installation of an ultraviolet disinfection system that will replace an existing gaseous chlorine feed system. The USEPA, the MDEQ and the Department of Homeland Security have all expressed concerns about the use of gaseous chlorine for disinfection purposes and are providing guidance and decision making tools to local utility owners to encourage movement to less hazardous disinfection technologies such as ultraviolet light. In addition to eliminating the security risk of chlorine and sulfur dioxide, the overall safety risk to the plant staff and surrounding community is also greatly reduced. The engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of this new system will create several employment opportunities. 7/10/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

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Upgrade All Existing Computerized Energy Management Software Remove Aging Roof Top DX Air Conditioner and Install New High Efficiency Unit Install Fiber Optic Loop For Internet Access for Computerized Energy Management System Capability Install high efficiency flourescent lighting and motion sensors for control in all areas Remove Existing Exterior Windows, Partially Close Existing Openings and Install Thermal Window Units

Public Safety Building Energy Conservation Roosevelt Fire Station Energy Conservation Howard Miller Library Energy Conservation

Repair and Rebuild All Variable Air Volume Systems for HVAC efficiency and Balance 7/1/2009

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Project Name Public Safety Building Energy Conservation Roosevelt Fire Station Energy Conservation Public Safety Building Energy Conservation Howard Miller Library Energy Conservation Valley Lift Station Upgrade

Project Description Re Configure Existing Air Duct System to Accommodate Energy Management System Design Install Computerized Energy Management System and all Applicable Controls Tech Support Install Computerized Energy Management System and all Applicable Controls Tech Support Replace Two Aging 40 Ton Air Conditioning Compressors and All Controls With High Efficiency Units and Updated Controls and Sensors Upgrade of pumps and controls for more capacity Renovate building to expand Children's Area into Conference Room, upgrade rooms in basement to replace Conference Room, replace carpet and complete other modifications to building. Construction of a Outdoor Pavilion Repairs to Exterior Façade of Howard Miller Library Reconstruction of Outdoor Amphitheater Replace existing sewer Upgrade of the City's Clean Water Plant Replace Watermain

Start Date 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009 7/1/2009

Expected Completion Date 12/31/2009 12/31/2009 12/31/2009 6/30/2010 11/1/2009 $

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Howard Miller Building Renovation Paw Paw Pavilion Construct. Howard Miller Library Repairs Lawrence Park Bowl Project Central Ave. Sanitary Sewer Clean Water Plant Upgrade Central Ave. Watermain

City of Zilwaukee

City of Zilwaukee

To install Sanitary Sewer Service on these two roads to allow businesses to locate in Westervelt Road & Adams St. Sanitary Sewer the only areas left large enough and with zoning for businesses but with no Extension infrastructure, it makes it difficult for our little community to provide these services. 6/1/2009

City of Zilwaukee

City of Zilwaukee

City of Zilwaukee weep Tile Disconnect and Sanitary Sewer Service Lead Improvement Project

City of Zilwaukee TIFA City of Zilwaukee

To install Sanitary Sewer Service on these two roads to allow businesses to locate in Westervelt Road & Adams St. Sanitary Sewer the only areas left large enough and with zoning for businesses but with no Extension infrastructure, it makes it difficult for our little community to provide these services. 6/1/2009

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A separate storm sewer system to allow for the disconnection of storm water from the sanitary sewer and to pickup groundwater is required in order to eliminate the inflow that is causing inflow and infiltration of rainwater into the Sanitary Sewer system. This causes basement flooding and excessive flow to the City of Saginaw Wastewater Treatment Plant. The flooding during storm events and increased volume of untreated waste water that is required to go to the city of Saginaw wastewater treatment plant has to be corrected. All the storm water that is treated as wastewater is costly and requires us to spend $1000s of dollars a year to treat uncontaminated water as wastewater. With only 1799 residents this project is too much of a burden on our small community. We have already nearly doubled our sewer commodity rates which are a hardship on our people. We just went from $2.79 per 1,000 gallons to $5.50 per 1,000 gallons. We need help badly. 6/22/2009

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City Opera House Heritage Association

Traverse City

City Opera House Phase III Renovation

This is the third and final phase of a comprehensive renovation of the 750 seat Victorian era City Opera House located in downtown Traverse City, Michigan. Construction documents have been completed for Phase III, ready for immediate construction. The Opera House serves as a multi-use community space including performing arts, music, banquets and weddings. Phase I and II involved both public and private funds during a seven-year 8.3 million restoration and upgrade completed in 2006. Major upgrades included; structural, mechanical, electrical, life safety and accessibility upgrades in the three story structure. Scope remaining as part of Phase III include: recreating historic decorative painting in the auditorium, balcony and lobby, Auditorium chandelier, installation of a decorative acoustical ceiling and woodwork in the lobby including a concessions counter, fitting out the third floor restrooms and backstage dressing rooms, sound booth and stage lighting equipment, catering kitchen equipment and exterior masonry cleaning and pointing. Sustainable features include; use of regional materials and labor ,energy conserving lighting fixtures, plumb60 days

Clara B. Ford and Vista Meadows Academies

Dearborn Heights

Expansion of Clara B. Ford and Vista Meadows Academies

Clara B. Ford (CBF) and Vista Meadows (VMA) Academies, located on the campus of Vista Maria, are alternative junior and senior high schools designed to meet the complex needs of economically disadvantaged children and their families. Many of ou students are 1 to 3 grade levels behind, have already dropped out of school, or are at great risk for not completing their high school diploma. Both academies provide individualized instruction using a nationally recognized credit recovery model (PLATO); small student/teacher ratio; clearly stated mission and program purpose; caring faculty with continual staff development; high expectations for students; and total commitment to student success. Vista Maria will expand the capacity to educate an additional 250-280 students at CBF and VMA through a combination of new construction and renovation projects. Improvements will include: construction of a 2story, 22,655 square feet structure that will house state-of-the-art computer labs, technology center, science lab, classrooms, multipurpose resource and activity center, athletic center, and a cafeteria. In addition to providing alternative education to

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Building Exterior Renovations

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Clarkston Science, Math and Technology Academy (CSMTech) is a unique program housed within Clarkston High School. CSMTech delivers a rigorous curriculum preparing every student with 21st century skills in the area of math, science and technology literacy. Strong partnerships further enhance our student learning, which can be evidenced in Team RUSH and CSMTech. In the past 4 years, Team RUSH (CHS Robotics Team) partnered with public and private corporations, receiving over $100,000 in sponsorships. CSMTech is able to provide opportunities for K-12 students to gain real-world experience and applications through these partners which include a majority from Automation Alley. Team RUSH Robotics has competed in the World Championships for the past 13 years. In the past two years, Team RUSH has shared the excitement of math, science, robotics and technology and celebrated learning at over 100 community events. Expansion is needed to handle the growing Educational Technology -- Clarkston Science, demands and specific goal of encouraging young females and minorities to enter the field of engineering, math, science and technology. This expansion requires one com 4/9/2009 Math and Technology and Team RUSH

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Exterior renovations are the key to maintaining a strong and healthy school building infrastructure. In Clarkston, our renovations will improve aging windows, exterior doors, brick and mortar, stucco, painting, caulking, and gutters. Once completed, this work will improve rodent/pest intrusions, standing water/ice and further damage to the infrastructure. Currently, educational dollars are being spent on maintaining our aging buildings and creating infrastructure to handle the growing air quality and technology needs. 6/15/2009

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Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Site Improvements

Site improvements are essential to the overall safety and security of school buildings. Proposed projects will improve aging parking lots, walkways, and safety paths in the District. Safety paths will help our district to reduce transportation costs and improve quality of life for youngsters. With obesity on the rise, students and families need safe areas in which to walk, ride bikes and exercise. Lighting improvements are integral component to keeping our schools safe and secure. Proper lighting ensures the perimeter of the buildings can be seen and provides proper lighting to help in the use of security cameras. Access to and from our buildings are in need of repair. Entrances allow for better traffic control and emergency access for equipment and needed safety vehicles. Signage and electronic messaging will provide public awareness of activities within schools and can help in strengthening better partnerships with preschool and senior citizen residents. Landscaping is far more than aesthetic. Improved landscaping provides shading and safety from traffic along with reduced noise levels. 6/15/2009 Ensuring our buildings are safe and secure is always a priority. Additionally, handling the growing needs of our disabled population is an area of concern. School buildings need additional funds to ensure that all ADA accessibility issues are addressed and work is maintained to allow everyone full access to programs and services. Proposed projects will repair and renovate 11 instructional buildings and 2 support structures. Work such as replacing carpeting and tile will take place at these sites. Improvements in classroom casework, doors, plumbing fixtures, partitions, bleachers, improved entry ways, ADA accessibility, and a lift in the pool will enhance student behavior and environment. 6/15/2010

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Building Interior Renovations

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Virtualization & Access Technology Upgrade

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True integration of technology into the classroom requires a robust and reliable infrastructure to support it. In order to insure that our students receive the maximum benefit from the use of technology they must be able to access it as expected, when expected. The Clarkston Community School district strives to provide the best infrastructure at the lowest possible cost to the community. Server and desktop virtualization technology shows great promise in enabling school districts to increase system reliablility while at the same time reducing acquisition costs and operating expenses. In addition, virtualization allows the district to operate it's computer resources in a more environmentally friendly manner. Virtualized servers and desktops consume far less energy than traditional servers and desktop computers. The district would encorporate this "greening" of our technology into science and social studies curriculums. This project would allow the district to update and virtualize its network servers and operating system. It would allow us to establish thin-client desktop computing technology that will extend the useful life-cycle of our end-user com

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Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Community Based Instruction

Clarkston Community Schools has been involved in vocational education for secondary students in accordance with federal mandates and state mandates up to age 26. In order to provide community awareness for students with autism and cognitive impairments, we would need to expand the opportunity to develop microenterprise businesses. With the current emphasis on environmental effects, one type of business would be to provide the community with services such as recycling plastic products such as bottles as well as shredding paper. Another micro-enterprise would be collaboration with medical facilities in the area with the goal of assembly and packaging of medical instruments. Micro-enterprises would also include collaboration with local businesses for packaging, i.e., packaging sugar, creamers for coffee companies, or packaging baby products for hospitals for new mothers. Transportation means for delivering services would be needed. In addition, Clarkston Community Schools’ special education post-high program seeks to provide a location for vocational training of students with autism and cognitive impairments in areas such

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Health & Safety Projects

Safety projects are of utmost importance when dealing with schools and the children we serve. Aging school buildings often struggle with hazardous materials and poor ventilation. In Clarkston, our projects include ventilation for art and science classrooms, removal of environmental hazards such as chemicals and asbestos and improved playground equipment. Upgrading our security systems, keying systems and scan cards are also being addressed. Buildings that have these upgrades are able to better secure their sites and modify heating and cooling systems to coincide with building usage. 6/15/2010

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Energy Efficiency Upgrades

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Clarkston Community Schools has been working diligently on efficiency and recycling efforts to both educate our students and to have a lasting impression on our environment. Working in harmony with the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), our schools have earned recognition for superior energy efficiency and environmental protection. To continue this work and make more projects available to targeted populations, the district is proposing improvement of energy efficiency to all 13 buildings in the district. Electrical projects include changing obsolete t-12 lamps to t-8 lighting, installing motion sensors that can also include daylight harvesting, lighting programmer controls for various buildings, and LED lighting. Mechanical projects include boiler replacement, energy recovery units, pumps and motors, variable speed drives, uni-vents and energy management controls. These enhancements can further reduce our operating costs while helping to protect and maintain our natural resources. 6/15/2010

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Roof Replacement

Efficient school buildings help to put more money into classroom instruction and academic support for every learner. Aging roofs on school buildings is a major concern throughout the State of Michigan. When building repairs are ignored, air quality becomes an issue, the efficiencies of the building can drain operating expenses and other more costly problems can surface. In Clarkston, our proposed project will repair and replace the roofs on all structures that are 20+ years. The modernization of ten building roofs will improve life expectancy to 2035. The repair will eliminate leaks, mold, and rust from existing roofing structures. It will also decrease the amount of maintenance time and money that is currently expended due to aging roofs. Modern installation will also improve energy within the buildings. Heating and cooling efficiencies are key to keeping educational dollars flowing directly into the classroom and not on maintenance and building repairs. Lastly, jobs will be generated through this project, as district projects are bid out and open to the public. 6/15/2009

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Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Online Experiences

The state of Michigan requires that all students have an online educational experience as a requirement of graduation. The Clarkston Community School District is striving to meet this requirement in several ways. One strategy is to encourage our teachers to develop and deliver at least a portion of their curriculum online. To this end we have acquired the Moodle Learning Management System. While there is no specific cost to the district for the software itself, a successful implementation of online curriculum requires that teachers are thoroughly trained in the use of the application as well as in online educational practices. In addition, to ensure the highest quality of online content, teachers must be compensated for time spent developing and managing their online courses. This project would provide funds for professional development in the creation, use and management of online curriculum and materials It would also provide initial funding for the development of specific online courses.

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Enhanced Alternative High School Program

Clarkston Renaissance Alternative High School (RHS) is a separate, non-traditional program within a K-12 public school district established to provide personalized education for students who are at risk of not graduating with their class and/or have individual needs not being met in a traditional setting. Renaissance services 170, 9th through 12th grade general and special education students (17%). One hundred percent of the students are at risk of dropping out or not graduating on time. Eightytwo percent are behind in credits when they enroll at RHS, sixty percent are males and thirty-two percent receive subsidized lunches. Currently, remediation and acceleration are provided in math, science, social studies and language arts through on-line programs, extended time courses, cross curricular collaboration and independent work with teachers. Technology allows RHS to deliver curriculum at speeds and times that are most beneficial to the learner. PLATO curriculum and Fast For Word intervention are currently used. The current program’s effectiveness could be greatly enhanced with the following. First money would be used to purchase hardw

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Clarkston Community Schools has been and continues to support state and federal mandates in regard to Extended school year (ESY) for students as indicated on their Individual Educational Program (IEP). Extended school year services must be considered for every student with a disability and must be provided if determined by the IEP team to ensure a free and appropriate public education (FAPE). ESY services refer not only to special education but also to related services that may be needed to support the student’s ability to sustain an attained level in academic and/or social areas. A student with a goal area of concern may be determined to need ESY services due to a serious potential for regression of skills beyond a reasonable period of recoupment, the nature or severity of the disability or critical stages or areas of learning. Supporting students through best practice interventions, especially in the area of Autism and emotional impairments, allow students to continue working on goals with minimal regression at the start of the new school year. In order to structure each student’s summer opportunities, team planning must begin during the months pr

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Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Early Childhood Intervention

As early intervention strategies and expectations are developed through state and federal mandates, Clarkston Community Schools has begun to develop programming that support early intervention strategies. Developing interventions and providing services in a minimum of 51% of the natural environment has moved students out of the classroom. Children 0-2 years old, who receive services as indicated on an Individual Education Program (IEP), are serviced through appropriate home visits by the early childhood special education teacher, occupational therapist, physical therapist, speech teacher and/or social worker. Meeting the mandate can be difficult as some families refuse home visits; therefore, impacting the district’s ability to meet state and federal mandates. In order to support children early and to provide opportunities for social interaction, the Clarkston Community Schools’ DOLLS early intervention program seeks to support needed services through field trips, which can also maintain the natural environment between each month. In addition, technology needs would assist with communication as staff travel between home visits and provid

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Response to Intervention

Clarkston Community Schools is in the process of collecting information as well as preparing to implement Response to Intervention (RTI) as a district initiative to support struggling learners. Response to Intervention is a multi-tiered approach to help learners who have difficulty in comprehension and understanding of concepts when compared with their peers. Students' progress is closely monitored throughout each intervention to determine the need for further research-based instruction and/or intervention in general education. Supported through on-going monitoring and a collection of data, RTI delivers scientifically based interventions for students and indicates each student’s response to provided strategies. Information is collected which either supports a sustained intervention or a need for change. Educational best practice, with the goal of supporting individual student needs especially at the primary and middle years, indicates that in many cases struggling learners can prosper and grow when supported through interventions prior to being tested for special education eligibility. When academic skills fail to thrive despite well-designed interventions, this During bond funded projects in 1998 and 2003, Clarkston Community Schools was able to equip all district schools with at least one computer lab. With the expanded use of technology in the curriculum in general, and the adoption of several key curricular applications, this has proven to be insufficient to adequately meet the needs of our students. This project will provide access to mobile, network connected notebook computer labs at every school in the district. Each of these labs will contain thirty-two notebook computers housed in two carts. Each cart will also contain a wireless network access point and a wireless printer.

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Mobile Technology Access

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Wireless Access Enhancement

In today's classrooms, as well as in the world in general, flexibility and mobility are key components in the effective use of technology. Wireless networking technology is a critial component in allowing for maximum flexibility when planning for the integration of technology in education. This project would provide building-wide wireless networking at all secondary schools in the district. This would enhance the ability of our staff and students to utilize notebook computers, wireless equipped handheld computers and other WI-Fi enabled technologies.

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Project Description Teacher Specialists for at-risk learners in reading and mathematics will be hired to provide both remedial and accelerated lessons to at-risk learners at all three Title I elementary schools (North Sashabaw Elementary, Pine Knob Elementary and Andersonville Elementary). While all three Title I schools are meeting AYP standards, the at-risk populations still demonstrate below grade level performance in reading and math. The units of instruction and lessons will be designed by these at-risk teacher specialists and taught by the teacher specialists and other teachers that they train. These lessons will be provided during the regular school day and will also be offered after school and during extended summer school academic camps at these schools. As an incentive to keep the teachers working in this program, those teachers hired for these six positions will be provided enhanced professional development opportunities through professional conferences and tuition-based training. Costs for such development will be reimbursed to the teachers through the Teacher Incentive Fund dollars, and teacher reimbursements will be based on increased student achievement

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Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

Teacher Incentive Fund

Clarkston Community Schools

Clarkston, MI

International Baccalaureate Middle Years Program

Clarkston Community Schools is seeking the opportunity to provide the International Baccalaureate (IB) Middle Years Program (MYP) to students in grades 6-10. The IB MYP strives to intellectually and personally develop students' international awareness of an increasingly global and changing world. In addition, because the IB Middle Years Program is structured to incorporate all students into learning how to learn and evaluate critical information, the program is designed to reach out to all level learners. It is the belief of the district that it is during these early adolescent years that students have the greatest potential to develop their learning style, achieve success while maintaining rigor within their academics, undertand and empathize with peers who may not necessarily share similar view points as well as to begin to balance personal and school responsibilities. Learning through a positive attitude, challenging students through critical thinking, reflecting on conversations and lessons are opportunities students in grades 6-10 will develop as a school that will carry on not only through hig

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Clarkston, MI

Educational Software Enhancement

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In 2008 the Clarkston Community School District began a pilot Fast ForWord program. Fast ForWord is a reading intervention for students who are reading below grade level. The district currently licenses this product at three of its 10 schools. Preliminary data are very encouraging and indicate that the program is achieving the desired effect. The district would like to make use of the program at all of its schools so that all district students have an equal opportunity to benefit from this application. This project would provide funding for Fast ForWord licensing for the remaining seven schools in the district.

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Classroom Technology Enhancement

21st Century communication tools are essential in today’s classroom. Computers and video sources connected to data projectors enable teachers to display clear expectations, communicate ideas clearly and dramatically, and augment discussions seamlessly with relevant information from the Internet or other data sources. Electronic whiteboards give teachers and students the ability to interact with the data and other information in a way that is more natural and engaging. This project will provide for the installation of the following equipment in each of the districts four hundred and forty-one classrooms: mounted data projector, electronic whiteboard, DVD/VCR player with TV tuner, and sound field (voice amplification) system. It would provide for all data and electrical cabling and connections and would include Crestrontype control units to make it easier for teachers and students to use the equipment. In addition it would provide for shared document cameras for each grade level or department in all buildings. Clay Pit bridge rehab

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Battle Creek, MI

Renewafuel

Battle Creek Renewable Fuels Project: In Battle Creek, Renewafuel is in the process of developing its current R&D facility into a commercial grade operation. 6/1/2008 Marquette Renewable Fuels Project: Renewafuel produces high energy, low emitting biofuels from local feedstocks for use in industrial and institutional power plants as a replacement or supplement to out-of-state coal. Renewafuel is in the process of designing and permitting a 150,000 ton facility at K.I. Sawyer in Marquette County. 4/1/2009 Construction of new energy efficient building for utilization as Township Hall, emergency shelter, and community center 5/15/2009

9/30/2009

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3,500,000 n/a

Cliffs Natural Resources Climax Township

Sawyer Intl. Airport Township

Renewafuel Township Hall

8/31/2009

Climax Township

Township

43rd St.

Pulverize,gravel, and HMA paving road surface.

Climax Township Climax Township Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Clio Area Schools Cohoctah Township Cohoctah Township

Township Township City of Clio Same Same Same Same Same Same Same Same Same Cohoctah Township Cohoctah Township

TS Ave. T Ave Community Education Building Community Education Building Clio, Carter MS Clio, Carter MS Clio, Carter MS Community Education Building Community Education Building Clio, Carter MS Clio, Carter MS Clio, Carter MS Building Restoration Building Addition

Pulverize,gravel, and HMA paving road surface. Pulverize,gravel, and HMA paving road surface. Replacement of boilers (over 30 years old) Replacement of motors with variable drive motors. Replacement of motors with variable drive motors. Replacement of inefficient lighting in gymnasium Replacement of boilers (over 30 years old) Replacement of inefficient and leaking roofs Replacement of energy inefficient windows Replacement of energy inefficient windows Replacement of inefficient and leaking roofs Loading dock repair to facilitate access and improve safety Old Barn Restoration on Township Property Firehall Addition 24x40

Coldwater Board of Public Utilities

City of Coldwater

Washington & Sprague Water Main

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City of Coldwater City of Coldwater

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Public sanitary sewer collection system; 15" sewer main reconstruction. Washington & Washington & Sprague Sanitary Sewer Main Sprague St. 6/9/2009 Wastewater Treatment Ammonia Discharge Public wastewater treatment plant ammonia discharge reduction. Includes trash Reduction screen installation and aeration tank media. 6/9/2009

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Public water distribution system; 4" to 8" water main reconstruction. Washington and Sprague St. 6/9/2009

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18,500,000 n/a 500,000 43rd Street from P Avenue to Q 184,090 Avenue

TS Ave from 39th 238,535 St. to 42nd St. T Ave from 36th St. 268,570 to 39th St. 125,000 5,000 15,000 25,000 125,000 300,000 500,000 750,000 1,250,000 50,000 15,000 67,500 Washington (Clay to Jefferson) and Sprague St (Chicago to 550,000 Waterworks) Washington (Clay to Jefferson) and Sprague St (Chicago to 2,470,000 Waterworks) Wastewater 2,080,000 Treatment Plant Monroe St ( Washington to 600,000 Grand) Monroe St ( Washington to 2,200,000 Grand) E.Washington 247,500 (Jefferson to Elm)

12/9/2009

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Monroe St Water Main

Public water distribution system; 4" to 10" water main reconstruction. Monroe St.

8/9/2009

7/10/2009

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City of Coldwater

Monroe St Sanitary Sewer Main

Public sanitary sewer collection system; 10" sewer main replacement. Monroe St.

8/9/2009

7/10/2009

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City of Coldwater

E.Washington St Water Main

Public water distribution system; 4" to 8" water main reconstruction. E. Washington Jefferson to Elm 10/9/2009

10/10/2009

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. E. Washington Jefferson to Elm Public water distribution system; 12" water main reconstruction. E. Washington Elm to Dead End Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. E. Washington Elm to Dead End Public water distribution system; 12" water main reconstruction. N. Michigan Chicago to Grahl Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. N. Michigan Chicago to Grahl

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City of Coldwater

E.Washington St Water Main

10/9/2009

10/10/2009

$

E.Washington 275,000 (Jefferson to Elm) E.Washington (Elm 423,000 to Dead End) E.Washington (Elm 470,000 to Dead End) N. Michigan Ave ( 575,000 Chicago to Grahl) N. Michigan Ave ( 485,000 Chicago to Grahl) N. Michigan (Orleans to 175,000 Michigan/Deadend) N. Michigan (Orleans to 185,000 Michigan/Deadend) S. Michigan Ave 350,000 (Saulk to Chicago) S. Michigan Ave 285,000 (Saulk to Chicago) Bennett St (Park to 150,000 Hooker) Bennett St (Park to 105,000 Hooker) Grand St (Clark to 1,200,000 Church) Grand St (Clark to 830,000 Church) Pearl St (Hudson to 730,000 Sprague) Pearl St (Hudson to 485,000 Sprague) Walnut St 470,000 (Riverside to Pearl) Walnut St 365,000 (Riverside to Pearl) Taylor St (Grand to 510,000 Clay) Taylor St (Grand to 380,000 Clay) S. Jefferson (Garfield to 1,320,000 Chicago)

City of Coldwater

E.Washington St Water Main

10/9/2009

10/10/2009

City of Coldwater

E.Washington St Water Main

10/9/2009

City of Coldwater

N. Michigan Ave Water Main

10/9/2009

City of Coldwater

N. Michigan Ave Water Main

Coldwater Board of Public Utilities

City of Coldwater

N. Michigan Ave Water Main

Public water distribution system; 4" to 8" water main reconstruction. Orleans Michigan/Deadend

Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities Coldwater Board of Public Utilities

City of Coldwater

N. Michigan Ave Water Main

Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. Orleans Michigan/Deadend Public water distribution system; 12" water main reconstruction. Saulk/Chicago

City of Coldwater

S. Michigan Ave Water Main

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S. Michigan Ave Water Main Bennett St Water Main Bennett St Water Main Grand St Water Main Grand St Water Main Pearl St Water Main

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Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. S.Michigan Saulk/Chicago 10/9/2009 Public water distribution system; 12" water main reconstruction. Bennett St - Park to Hooker 10/9/2009 Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. Bennett St - Park to Hooker 10/9/2009 Public water distribution system; 12" water main reconstruction. Grand Clark/Church 10/9/2009 Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. Grand Clark/Church 10/9/2009 Public water distribution system; 4" to 12" water main reconstruction. Pearl Hudson/Sprague 10/9/2009 Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. Pearl Hudson/Sprague 10/9/2009

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Public water distribution system; 4" to 8" water main reconstruction. Walnut Riverside/Pearl

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

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Walnut St Water Main Taylor St Water Main

Taylor St Water Main

Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. Walnut Riverside/Pearl 10/9/2009 Public water distribution system; 4" to 8" water main reconstruction. Taylor - Grand to Clay 10/9/2009 Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. Taylor - Grand to Clay 10/9/2009 Public water distribution system; 4" to 8" water main reconstruction. S. Jefferson Garfield/Chicago

10/11/2009 10/11/2009 10/11/2009

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City of Coldwater

S. Jefferson Water Main

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

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Location City or Township

Project Name

Project Description Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. S. Jefferson Garfield/Chicago Public water distribution system; 4" to 8" water main reconstruction. N. Jefferson Chicago/Pierce Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer main replacement. N. Jefferson Chicago/Pierce Public wastewater collection system I&I study. Public water treatment plant emergency generation. Public sanitary sewer collection system; lift station and forced main reconstruction. State St and Fairfield Dr. Public sanitary sewer collection system; sewer relining in various critical locations. Public water distribution system extension; Willowbrook / I69 / MI Ave.

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Funding Request

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City of Coldwater

S. Jefferson Water Main

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

$

S. Jefferson (Garfield to 930,000 Chicago) N. Jefferson St 550,000 (Chicago to Pierce)

City of Coldwater

N. Jefferson St Water Main

10/9/2009

10/11/2009

City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater City of Coldwater

N. Jefferson St Water Main Wastewater I&I reduction study Water Treatment Emergency Generation State St Sanitary Sewer Lift Station Sanitary Sewer Liner Willowbrook Water Main Extension Broadband System Expansion Garfield Substation Reconstruction Garfield Substation Transformers Bennett St Substation Reconstruction Bennett St Substation Transformers Electric System Load Study Electric System Efficiency Study Smart Electric Grid

10/9/2009 6/9/2009

Public broad band system expansion to rural areas. Public electric utility; 66 MVA electrical substation protective equipment reconstruction; Garfield Substation. Public electric utility; 138 / 13.8 kV, 33 MVA transformer replacement; two each. Garfield Substation Public electric utility; 40 MVA electrical substation protective equipment reconstruction; Bennett St Substation Public electric utility; 13.8 kV / 8.32 kV, 20 MVA transformer replacement; two each. Bennett St. Substation

Bulk Electric transmission Line Source to City Public electric utility, bulk electric transmission line, alternate source. Bulk Electric transmission Line Loop Feed to Distribution Substations Public electric utility, bulk electric transmission line radial to loop feed conversion.

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Implementation of a full service supermarket to address the Fresh Food, Fruit and Produce imbalance within underserved communities within the City of Detroit. This state of the art full service market will compliment the recently developed Coleman Foundation Strip Mall located directly across the street at the intersection of Linwood and Clairmont. The full service Super Market will be configured in a manner consisten with addressing issues and concerns associated with the negative affects of malnutrition. learning diabilities, mental and pyschological issues within these under served communities. The Value Proposition for the Market will link the consumption o Fresh Foods, Fruit,Vegetables and Produce to studies that measure the impact of Diet on high mortality high negative impact diet related diseases in underserved communities. A world class supermarket located in said community has as it's objective reduction medical cost, facilitate the healthy rearing of children.World Class Coleman Foundation Full Service "Whole Life Food Shopping in a Food Vacuum. In addition it will serve as an instrument to study diet impact on a number of health issues indemic to the communities that it will serve. 10/1/2008 Food Market

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Public electric utility system load study and improvements.

Public electric utility system efficiency study and improvements. Public electric utility system AMR/AMI and smart electric grid conversion.

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N. Jefferson St 390,000 (Chicago to Pierce) Entire collection 700,000 system Water Treatment 220,000 Plant State St and 270,000 Fairfield Dr. Entire collection 1,000,000 system Willowbrook / I69 / 750,000 MI Ave. 5,000,000 Coldwater Lake

1,200,000 Garfield 4,000,000 Garfield 1,000,000 Bennett St 4,000,000 Bennett St Electric Distribution 1,000,000 Grid Electric Distribution 1,000,000 Grid Electric Distribution 500,000 Grid 10,000,000 Quincy /US 12 Electric Distribution 3,000,000 Grid

5/1/2009

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Project Description Colin Powell Academy's School-Community Development Project will rehabilitate the 60-year-old, 148,532 square foot physical plant to ensure: a safe and healthy K-5 learning environment ; provide classroom and office facilities for adult education, employment and employability skills training programs; free family health and medical services clinics; and, indoor sports and fitness opportunities. The proposed project consists of the five following components detailed below:

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Funding Request

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Colin Powell Academy Detroit

Colin Powell Academy Detroit's School Community Education Center

Colin Powell Academy

Colin Powell Academy Detroit's School Community Education Center

(2) Resurface parking lot, create "green area" and children's and youth playground,: includes: excavation of current lot; removal of construction debris; ground leveling and resurfacing; landscaping and construction of special play, leisure and sports areas. 3/1/2009

Colin Powell Academy Colin Powell Academy

(1)Remove/Replace 60-year-old slate and asphalt shingle roof/decking; repair and/or Colin Powell Academy Detroit's School replace underlying roof structures, reconstruct support structure, drainage system; Community Education Center replace roof 3/1/2009 Colin Powell Academy Middle School Harper (3) Remove and Install Boilers and Install Air Conditioning System for 103, 297 Woods Education Center Project square foot building. 2/1/2009 (1) Upgrade and enhance the usability of 50,000 square feet of space in three vacant training and dormitory buildings on school property for professional development, conferences and events rental to generate jobs and sustainable income 4/1/2009 (2) Renovate Repair /Replace \flooring spectator areas, male and female locker rooms for Gym and Fitness Center 3/1/2009 (3) Remove and Install Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning systems, including: removal of four boilers from sub-basement; and installation of new boiler and air conditioning systems. (4) Renovate Existing Gymnasium and Build New Indoor Sports and Family Fitness Center

Colin Powell Academy Colin Powell Academy

Colin Powell Academy Middle School Harper Woods Education Center Project Colin Powell Academy Middle School Harper Woods Education Center Project Colin Powell Academy Detroit's School Community Education Center Colin Powell Academy Detroit's School Community Education Center

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Colin Powell Academy School-Community Development Project

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Parking Lot Resurfacing and Outdoor Recreation Space for Colin Powell Academy's School-Community Development Project is a critical component in our overall Community-School Initiative. Essentially our Initiative aims to rehabilitate and reconstruct our 60-year-old physical plant and its grounds to ensure (1) a safe and healthy learning environment for K-5 students; (2) create classroom and office facilities for comprehansive adult and community education programs; (3) provide space use for public and private employment and employability skills training and job placement services and free family health and medical services clinics;and,(4) offer access to community and faith-based organizations for indoor sports practice and games.The Parking Lot and Exterior Recreation Space will consist of (1) design and blueprinting for parking lot and "green area" and children's and youth playground; (3) excavation of current parking lot; (2) removal of construction debris; (3) ground leveling and resurfacing; (4)landscaping and construction of special play, leisure and sports areas.

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Colin Powell Academy

Colin Powell Academy School-Community Development Project

Heating,Ventilation and Air Conditioning Replacement Project is a critical componet in Colin Powell Academy's School-Co