City of Allen Park Council Meeting Tuesday – March 8, 2005 – 7:30PM Mayor Richard Huebler called the meeting

to order at 7:30PM. Roll Call showed present: Councilwoman Marcy DeGiulio-Galka, Councilman Kevin Rourke, Councilman Eric Waidelich, Councilman James Grose, Councilman Gary Burtka, Councilwoman Tina Gaworecki and Mayor Richard Huebler. Also present: City Administrator Anthony Rinna, City Attorney David Tamsen and Deputy City Clerk Michael Mizzi. Motion by Waidelich Supported by Burtka Resolved, to approve agenda as amended for March 8, 2005 MOTION ADOPTED – 05-0308-083 Motion by Rourke Supported by Gaworecki Resolved, to approve and accept the minutes as amended of meeting on February 22, 2005. MOTION ADOPTED – 05-0308-084 Motion by Grose Supported by Gaworecki Resolved, to approve payment of Claims & Accounts in the amount of $1,012,124.85 MOTION ADOPTED – 05-0308-085 Motion by Grose Supported by Gaworecki Resolved, that the 2005 Downtown Development Bonds Bid (Limited Tax General Obligation) be awarded to J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. – 4.140708%. Attached is formal Award Resolution. Vote: (5)-Yes, (2)-No (Waidelich, DeGiulio-Galka) MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-086 Motion by Waidelich Supported by DeGiulio-Galka Resolved, that the Council supports the DDA “No Truck Route” in concept and requests the Police Department to investigate its possibilities, including a speed limit study and obtaining recommendations from Fire, D.P.S. and Public Safety. It is also requested that the Deputy Police Chief report back the findings to Council within 90 days. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-087 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Rourke Resolved, that the Mayor and Council appoint the following individuals to the Festivities Committee for the 2005 calendar year; Jackie Gibson. Beverly Kelley, Debra Arnolde, Pamela Egan and Marge Szalai; and Further Resolved, that the Committee may elect a Chairperson and other officers they deem appropriate; and

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Further Resolved, that the Committee may call on appropriate City Officials to serve as Liaison Members of the Committee as they deem necessary; and Further Resolved that the mission of this Committee is to prepare for and execute a Street Fair on August 5-6, 2005 MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-088 Motion by Waidelich Supported by Grose Resolved, that the Poverty Exemption Guidelines for the City of Allen Park 2005 Board of Review, herein attached to the minutes, be accepted. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-089 Motion by Waidelich Supported by DeGiulio-Galka Resolved, that the City Engineer put together, a plan to educate and proposal to raise necessary funds, for the purpose of Allen Park Street/Road Repair or Replacement and return to Council with recommendations. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-090 Motion by Waidelich Supported by Rourke Resolved, that due to Michigan Municipal League Conference the Tuesday, March 22, 2005 Regular Council Meeting will be changed to Monday, March 21, 2005 MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-091 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Burtka Whereas an ordinance to amend Article VII, Chapter 20 of the Allen Park Code of Ordinance to provide for re-adoption of the MICHIGAN VEHICLE CODE to provide for the regulation of vehicles operated within the City of Allen Park. RESOLVED, that Ordinance 2005-01 to provide for the re-adoption of the Michigan Motor Vehicle Code is hereby given a First and Second Reading. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-092 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Gaworecki Whereas Ordinance 2004-04, an ordinance to amend Chapter 2 of the Allen Park Code of Ordinances to provide a new article to establish and define the duties of the FESTIVITIES COMMISSION with the deletion of “City Council Community Affairs Committee” in Section 2402, Advisory Personnel Resolved, shall Ordinance 2004-04, the creation of the Allen Park Festivities Commission, pass. Roll Call Vote – Unanimous MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-093

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Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Grose Whereas Ordinance 2004-03, an ordinance to amend Section 5-44A2 of Chapter 5 of the Allen Park Code of Ordinances to provide new titles, re-codification, clarification and new penalties for violations concerning ANIMALS, DOGS AND CATS Resolved, shall Ordinance 2004-03, Amendment to Dog and Cat Licensing Provisions, pass. Roll Call Vote – Unanimous MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-094 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Grose Whereas Ordinance 2004-01, an ordinance to amend Article XVII, Section 17.04 of Appendix A – Zoning Code of the Allen Park Code of Ordinances to provide for the issuance of CERTIFICATES OF COMPLIANCE Resolved, shall Ordinance 2004-1, Certificate of Compliance, pass. Roll Call Vote – Unanimous MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-095 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Waidelich Whereas Ordinance 2004-05, an ordinance to amend Articles X through XII, inclusive, of Appendix A- Zoning Code, Allen Park Code of Ordinances, to provide for amendments to and the creation of NEW ZONING REQUIREMENTS AND CLASSIFICATIONS FOR COMMERCIAL, OFFICE, RESEARCH AND GENERAL INDUSTRIAL DISTRICTS WITHIN THE CITY Resolved, shall Ordinance 2004-05, the Commercial Zoning Ordinance Amendment, pass; and That It Be Further Resolved, that the City Engineer and the City Attorney be authorized to revise the Zoning Map of the City of Allen Park as indicated and consistent with the Commercial Zoning Ordinance Amendment. Roll Call Vote – (6) Yes – (1) No (Burtka) MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-096 Motion by Gaworecki Supported by Burtka Resolved, that the Mayor and City Council of Allen Park oppose the move of the Community Development Block Grant Program to the Department of Commerce and supports the restoration of Community Development Block Grant funding to at least 2005 levels. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-097 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Grose Resolved, to approve purchase of (4) replacement Police Vehicles: (1) 2005 Ford Expedition Police Package Vehicle ($26,987.00) through City of Detroit Extended Purchasing Bid Program and (3) Ford Crown Victoria Police Package Vehicles ($20,651.00 each) through the Oakland County Extended Purchasing Bid Program. Total Cost $88,940 of the (4) vehicles will be taken

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from Drug Forfeiture Account #265-000-985. Purchase awarded to Jorgensen Ford 8335 Michigan Avenue, Detroit, Michigan 48120. Vote: (5) Yes - (2) No – Burtka and Waidelich MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-098 Motion by Burtka Supported by DeGiulio-Galka Resolved, that all Vehicle Requests be brought to City Council 60 days prior to purchase. Roll Call Vote: Rourke-No, DeGiulio-Galka-Yes, Huebler-No, Gaworecki-No, Burtka-Yes, Grose-No and Waidelich-Yes (4)-No and (3) Yes MOTION FAILED – 05-0308-099 Motion by Grose Supported by Gaworecki Resolved, that the Director of Public Service be authorized to prepare and solicit for bid the 2005, 2006 and 2007 pavement marking and road striping contract. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-100 Motion by Waidelich Supported by Gaworecki Resolved, that a (3) three year Sanitary Sewer Manhole Rehabilitation Service Agreement with Advanced Underground Inspection, LLC. for the installation of Quadex Sewer Restoration Products be authorized after review and approval by City Administrator and City Attorney; and Be It Further Resolved, that this Agreement be signed by those individuals authorized by Charter; and Be It Further Resolved, that the costs incurred by this agreement be expended from the Water & Sewer account 592/000/160/000 Construction in Progress – General Obligation Construction Fund. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-101 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Burtka Resolved, that the Director of Public Service be allowed to by-pass the sealed bid process for an Emergency Sanitary Sewer Replacement Project at the location of Luana/Norwood from Beverly south – 257 feet of 12 inch pipe. It would still be required to request at least three bids from qualified underground contractors. Selection of the contractor would be made only after review and concurrence of the City Administrator. The funds for this sewer replacement project are available in Water and Sewer Department Account # 592/000/160 Construction in Progress – 2002 General Obligation Construction Fund MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-102 Motion by DeGiulio-Galka Supported by Burtka Resolved, that due to the emergency created by the failure of the pumps at the Allen Park Retention Basin, the Director of Public Service is authorized to by-pass the normal bid procedure to purchase four (4) WEMCO-Hidrostal Prerostal Prerotation pumps as specified for design to replace the four (4) Interna-Lift screw pumps at the Allen Park Retention Basin; and

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Further Resolved, that the City retain Wade-Trim Operations Services for a Design/Build and construction oversight of the Allen Park Retention Basin screw pump emergency replacement project; and Further Resolved that the Director of Public Service be authorized to secure a mechanical contractor to install four (4) WEMCO-Hidrostal Prerostal Prerotation pumps and fabricate the piping network at the Allen Park Retention Basin; and Further Resolved, that the funds for this project be expended from Water & Sewer Asset Account #592-000-215-002 Reserve for Replacement –Basin Sewer. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-103 Motion by Waidelich Supported by DeGiulio-Galka Resolved, that the Mayor and Council immediately reactivate and complete all testing procedures to establish the rosters for Police & Fire New Hire and Clerical & Laborer/Building Maintenance New Hire. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-104 Motion by Burtka Supported by Gaworecki Resolved, to change, in name only, the title of Senior Specialist to RECREATION/SENIOR SPECIALIST effective March 8, 2005. Roll Call Vote: DeGiulio-Galka-No, Richard Huebler-Yes, Tina Gaworecki-Yes, Gary BurtkaYes, James Grose-Yes, Eric Waidelich-No, Kevin Rourke-No (4) Yes – (3) No MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-105 It was requested by Gary Burtka that Downriver Senior Olympics be added to job description and requested by Kevin Rourke that job descriptions of all three (Recreation/Senior Specialist, Recreation Coordinator and Facilities Specialist) be reviewed. Motion by Waidelich Supported by DeGiulio-Galka Be It Resolved, that the City Council approves and grants the Petition filed by the City Attorney on behalf of the City of Allen Park and the Petition filed by Southfield Allen Associates, LLC to split the real property located within the City of Allen Park, County of Wayne, State of Michigan described as: Ely pt of Lot 32 meas 11.65 ft on Nly lot line and 12.68 ft on Sly lot line, also Lots 33 thru 62 inclusive and Ely pt of Lot 63 meas 8.49 ft on Nly lot line and 9.66 ft on Sly lot line, also adj vac Cleophus Ave, also Nly 9 ft of adj vac alley, and excluding Nly 5 ft of Ely 80.18 ft, C.W. Harrahs Emerson Ecorse Subdivision, as recorded in Liber 63, Page 4 of Plats, Wayne County Records SID: 30-012-01-0032-002 Vacant property

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into three (3) resulting parcels described below and pursuant to surveys: Parcel 1: City Parking Lot

Part of vacated Cleophus Avenue (60’ wide) and part of Lots 32, 50, Lots 52 thru 63, inclusive, and all of Lots 33, 51, and Lots 22 thru 27, inclusive of C.W. Harrahs Emerson Ecorse Subdivision, part of P.C. 43, City of Allen Park, Wayne County, Michigan, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point on the Southwesterly right-of-way line of Southfield Road, said point being the northeasterly corner of Lot 51 of the above referenced subdivision; thence along said right-of-way line N65°22’00”W 30.08 feet; thence S24°59’13”W 190.62 feet; thence N65°22’00”W 123.00 feet; thence S24°59’13”W 67.38 feet; thence N65°22’00”W 207.00 feet; thence N24°59’13”E 258.00 feet to a point on the southwesterly right-ofway line of Southfield Road; thence along said right-of-way line N65°22’00”W 30.00 feet; thence S24°59’13”W 392.92 feet; thence S65°22’00”E 249.45 feet; thence N67°51’46”E 206.69 feet; thence N24°59’13”E 242.13 feet to the point of beginning, as recorded in Liber 63, Page 4 of Plats, Wayne County Records, containing 1.56 acres of land and being subject to all easements and rights-of way of record SID: 30-012-01-_____-_____ c/k/a Vacant property Parcel 2: Ruby Tuesday

Part of vacated Cleophus Avenue (60’ wide) and part of Lot 42, all of Lots 34 thru 41, inclusive, Lots 51 thru 61, inclusive, and part of Lots 57 and 62, C.W. Harrahs Emerson Ecorse Subdivision part of P.C. 43, City of Allen Park, Wayne County, Michigan, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point distant N65°22’00”W along the Southwesterly right of way line of Southfield Road 192.99 feet from the Northeasterly corner of Lot 51 of the above referenced subdivision, thence S24°47’55”W 258.00 feet; thence N65°22’00”W 165.67 feet; thence N24°59’13”E 258.00 feet to a point on the Southwesterly right-of-way line of Southfield Road; thence along said right-of-way line S65°22’00”E 167.09 feet to the point of beginning, as recorded in Liber 63, Page 4 of Plats, Wayne County Records, containing 0.983 acres of land and being subject to all easements and rights-of-way of record. SID: 30-012-01-_____-_____ c/k/a 15655 Southfield Road Parcel 3: Bank

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Part of vacated Cleophus Avenue (60’ wide) and part of Lot 50, all of Lots 43 thru 49, inclusive, and part of Lots 42 and Lots 52 thru 57, inclusive, C.W. Harrahs Emerson Ecorse Subdivision, part of P.C. 43, City of Allen Park, Wayne County, Michigan, and being more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point distant N65°22’00”W along the southwesterly right of way line of Southfield Road 30.08 feet from the Northeasterly corner of Lot 51 of the above referenced subdivision, thence S24°59’13”W 190.62 feet; thence N65°22’00”W 123.00 feet; thence S24°59’13”W 67.38 feet; thence N65°22’00”W 41.33 feet; thence N24°47’55”E 258.00 feet to a point on the Southwesterly right-of-way line of Southfield Road; thence along said right-of-way line S65°22’00”E 162.91 feet to the point of beginning, as recorded in Liber 63, Page 4 of Plats, Wayne County Records, containing 0.777 acres of land and being subject to all easements and rights-of-way of record. SID: 30-012-01-_____-_____ c/k/a 15625 Southfield Road Be It Further Resolved that the Petitioner, Southfield Allen Associates, LLC, pay for the filing fees for the split requested of its portion. MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-106 Motion by Waidelich Supported by DeGiulio-Galka Resolved, to adjourn meeting at 9:59PM MOTION ADOPTED –05-0308-107

_________________________________ Richard A. Huebler – Mayor

_____________________________ John D. Weise – City Clerk

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