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REGULAR MEETING OF THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING, MICHIGAN CITY COUNCIL CHAMBERS, 10TH FLOOR LANSING

CITY HALL 124 W. MICHIGAN AVENUE AGENDA FOR SEPTEMBER 27, 2010

TO THE HON. MAYOR AND MEMBERS OF THE CITY COUNCIL: The following items were listed on the agenda in the City Clerk's Office by 4:00 p.m. on Thursday, September 23, 2010, in accordance with Section 3-103(2) of the City Charter and will be ready for your consideration at the regular meeting of the City Council on Monday, September 27, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. at the Council Chambers, 10th Floor, City Hall.
I. II. III. ROLL CALL MEDITATION AND PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE READING AND APPROVAL OF PRINTED COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS

Approval of the Printed Council Proceedings of September 13 and 20, 2010
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(Suspension of Council Rule #9 is needed to allow consideration of late items. Late items will be considered as part of the regular portion of the meeting to which they relate.)
TABLED ITEMS (Tabled items, if removed from the table, will be considered as part of the regular portion of the meeting to which they relate.)

CONSIDERATION OF LATE ITEMS

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Approval of a contract with Terese Horn for temporary services in the position of Legislative Office Manager

SPECIAL CEREMONIES

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Tribute; In Recognition of National Senior Corps Volunteer Week Mayoral Presentation; Recognition of the 10th Anniversary of Family Day

COMMENTS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS AND CITY CLERK COMMUNITY EVENT ANNOUNCEMENTS

(Time, place, purpose, or definition of

event – 1 minute limit)
SPEAKER REGISTRATION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT ON LEGISLATIVE MATTERS MAYOR’S COMMENTS SHOW CAUSE HEARINGS

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PUBLIC COMMENT ON LEGISLATIVE MATTERS (Legislative matters consist of the

following items on the agenda: public hearings, resolutions, ordinances for introduction, and ordinances for passage. The public may comment for up to three minutes. Speakers must sign up on white form.)
A. SCHEDULED PUBLIC HEARINGS

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In consideration of Z-7-2010; 127 W. Grand River Ave., a request on behalf of S.A. Properties, LLC to rezone the property at 127 W. Grand River Ave. from “C” Residential District to “G-1” Business District to permit the building at this location to be restored to its original historic character and reused for commercial purposes

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COUNCIL CONSIDERATION OF LEGISLATIVE MATTERS A. B. REFERRAL OF PUBLIC HEARINGS CONSENT AGENDA

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BY COUNCIL MEMBER DERRICK QUINNEY a. Tribute; Honoring Lawrence Ray Davis and in Remembrance of West Junior High School

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BY COUNCIL MEMBER A’LYNNE ROBINSON a. Tribute; In remembrance of Maggie May Wise

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BY THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING a. b. Correction to Resolution #2008-100; Act-14-07, 525 and 601 Filley Street, Vacate Storm Sewer Easement SLU-4-2010; Vacant property located between 3310 and 3320 Bardaville Dr., Approval of a request by Woodside E & D, LLC to construct a church on the vacant property located between 3310 and 3320 Bardaville Dr. Setting a Public Hearing for October 11, 2010 in consideration of Act-2-2010; Sale of Oak Park Field Office to Neogen Properties V, LLC Setting Public Hearings for October 4 and 11, 2010 in consideration of IDD-01-10; Development District for Jet Engineering (Symmetry Medical) Setting Public Hearings for October 4 and 11, 2010 in consideration of IFT-01-10; Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate for Jet Engineering (Symmetry Medical) for Property Located at 5190 Jet Drive

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Setting Public Hearings for October 4 and 11, 2010 in consideration of Brownfield Redevelopment Plan #49A Amendment - Marshall Street Armory Setting Public Hearings for October 4 and 11, 2010 in consideration of Brownfield Redevelopment Plan #52 Marketplace Redevelopment

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BY THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS a. b. Transfer of Funds; Infrastructure Fund, Mt. Hope Cemetery Objecting to the Transfer of All Unsold Tax Reverted Properties from the Ingham County Treasurer to the City of Lansing

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BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE a. SLU-1-2010; 5750 S. Cedar St., a Special Land Use request by Abundant Grace Faith Church to utilize the building at 5750 S. Cedar St. for a church Budget Policies and Priorities for Fiscal Year 2012 Agreement; Michigan Department of Corrections/City of Lansing Corrections for Fiscal Year 2011

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RESOLUTIONS FOR ACTION REPORTS FROM COUNCIL COMMITTEES ORDINANCES FOR INTRODUCTION and Setting of Public Hearings

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BY COUNCIL MEMBER BRIAN JEFFRIES, CHAIR OF THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING a. Introduction of Z-8-2010, 110 N. Magnolia Avenue, a request from Dwell Lansing, LLC to rezone the property located at 110 N. Magnolia Ave. from "F-1" Commercial district to "B" Residential district, and setting a Public Hearing for October 11, 2010

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ORDINANCES FOR PASSAGE

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BY THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY a. Consideration of Immediate Effect of Ordinance #1159, an Ordinance of the City of Lansing, Michigan, to Amend Section 1248.03 of the Lansing Codified Ordinances to address the presence of primary caregivers under the Michigan Medical Marihuana Act in residential districts (home occupation regulation)

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Adoption of an Ordinance of the City of Lansing, Michigan, to Repeal Chapter 1615 of the Lansing Codified Ordinances and Add a New Chapter 1615, to align its provisions with those of the Michigan Penal Code Fireworks Chapter, to allow for issuance of licenses for retail sale for three months or for one year, and to clarify when inspections of licensees will be conducted

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BY THE COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICES a. Adoption of an Ordinance of the City of Lansing to Amend Chapter 1020, Section 6, of the Lansing Codified Ordinances providing for removal of snow and ice by the City if the property owner fails to do so, and assessment of costs against the property owner

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SPEAKER REGISTRATION FOR PUBLIC COMMENT ON CITY GOVERNMENT RELATED MATTERS REPORTS OF CITY OFFICERS, BOARDS, AND COMMISSIONS; COMMUNICATIONS AND PETITIONS; AND OTHER CITY RELATED MATTERS (Motion that all items be

considered as being read in full and that the proper referrals be made by the President)
1. REPORTS FROM CITY OFFICERS, BOARDS, AND COMMISSIONS

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Letters from the Mayor re: i. Revocation of Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Act (OPRA) Certificate; 3323 N. East Street, LLC for property located at 3323 N. East St. Revocation of Neighborhood Enterprise Zone (NEZ) Certificate; Jason McNeily for property located at 1315 Turner St. Brownfield Redevelopment Plan #51; Knapp’s Center Development Project

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COMMUNICATIONS AND PETITIONS, AND OTHER CITY RELATED MATTERS

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Letters from the State of Michigan Liquor Control Commission i. ii. Providing notice to the City of Lansing of its established quota of On-Premise Liquor Licenses Providing 15-Day Notice of a request from C & J's Convenience Store, Inc., for a New Specially Designated Merchant (SDM) License, to be located at 1712 W. Saginaw St.

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Letter from Ingham Intermediate School District submitting a copy of Holt Public Schools and Okemos Public Schools’ 2010 Tax Levy and Millage Reduction Fraction Computation, Summary of Winter Debt Levy, 2010 Summary of Winter Sinking Fund Levy and Summary of 2010 Winter Recreation Levy Capital Area District Library 2010 Tax Levy and Millage Reduction Fraction Computation Request for Recognition of Non-Profit Status in the City of Lansing Submitted by Southside Community Kitchen of P.O. Box 80844 Letter of Resignation from the Downtown Lansing, Inc. (former Principal Shopping District) Board Letter from John Pollard of 1718 Blair St. submitting a revised copy of the response to his Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request for City Council members' attendance at all City Council Committee meetings scheduled from January 1 through July 30, 2010 Letter from Tryce Coleman of 1219 N. Jenison Ave. and Michael Malloy of 1215 N. Jenison Ave. requesting a No Parking Except for Emergency Vehicles sign at the west corner of W. Willow St. to the first driveway on southwest N. Jenison Ave.

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MOTION OF EXCUSED ABSENCE

XVII. REMARKS BY COUNCIL MEMBERS XVIII. REMARKS BY THE MAYOR OR EXECUTIVE ASSISTANT XIX. PUBLIC COMMENT ON CITY GOVERNMENT RELATED MATTERS (City government

related matters are issues or topics relevant to the operation or governance of the city. The public may comment for up to three minutes. Speakers must sign up on yellow form.)
XX. ADJOURNMENT

CHRIS SWOPE, CITY CLERK

Persons with disabilities who need an accommodation to fully participate in this meeting should contact the City Clerk’s Office at (517) 483-4131 (TDD (517) 483-4479). 24 hour notice may be needed for certain accommodations. An attempt will be made to grant all reasonable accommodation requests.

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RESOLUTiiON #2010BY THE COMMITTEE ON PERSONNEL RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, with the retirement of the City Council's Legislative Office Manager, the City Council is in need of immediate temporary assistance to continue to timely fulfill its duties and obligations; and WHEREAS, the Committee on Personnel met on Thursday, August 26, 2010 and interviewed the Legislative Office Manager prior to her retirement and has determined that she is willing to return and assist City Council on a temporary employment basis after her retirement; and WHEREAS, she would continue to serve the City Council temporarily in the capacity of Legislative Office Manager by entering into a temporary employment contract within the constraints of the current FY 2011 budget; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, the Lansing City Council, hereby, approves entering into a contract with Terese A. Horn for temporary services in the position of the Legislative Office Manager on the execution of a contract subject to the approval as to form by the City Attorney.

CITY OF LANSING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Z-7-2010, 127 W. Grand River Avenue "C" Residential District to "G-1" Business District The Lansing City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, September 27, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, 10 th Floor, Lansing City Hall, 124 W. Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI, to consider Z-7-2010. This is a request by S.A. Properties LLC to rezone the properties at 127 W. Grand River Avenue, more specifically described as: W 42.5 FT OF N 6 R LOTS 11 & 12 BLOCK 34, ORIGINAL PLAT from "C" Residential district to "G-1" Business district. The purpose of the rezoning is to permit the building at this location to be used for commercial purposes. For more information about this case, phone City Council Offices on City business days, Monday through Friday, between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. at 483-4177. If you are interested in this matter, please attend the public hearing or send a representative. Written comments will be accepted between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on City business days if received before 5 p.m., Monday, September 27, 2010, at the City Council Offices, Tenth Floor, City Hall, 124 West Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48933-1696. Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk

ORDINANCE # AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LANSING, MICHIGAN, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF A PARCEL OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE CITY OF LANSING, MICHIGAN AND FOR THE REVISION OF THE DISTRICT MAPS ADOPTED BY SECTION 1246.02 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES. The City of Lansing ordains: Section 1. That the district maps adopted by and incorporated as Section 1246.02 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lansing, Michigan be amended to provide as follows: To change the zoning classification of the property described as follows: Z-7-2010 Case Number: 127 W. Grand River Avenue Address: PPN: 33-01-01-09-331-001 Parcel Number: Legal Descriptions: West 42.5 Feet of the North 6 Rods of Lots 11 & 12, Block 34, Original Plat, City of Lansing, Ingham County, State of Michigan, from "C" Residential District to "G-1" Business District. Section 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. , 2010, Section 3. This ordinance was duly adopted by the Lansing City Council on and a copy is available in the office of the Lansing City Clerk, 9th Floor, City Hall, 124 W. Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI 48933. Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect upon the expiration of seven (7) days from the date this notice of adoption is published in a newspaper of general circulation.

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Approval for placement on City Council agenda:

Brigham Smith City Attorney

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BY COUNCILMEMBER DERRICK QUINNEY RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, on February 28, 1990, the West Junior Reunion Committee was formed by Lawrence Ray Davis. On October 23, 2010, the West Junior Reunion Committee will mark its twentieth and final year; and WHEREAS, over the last twenty years, the West Junior Reunion Committee has enjoyed dances, card parties, fish fries, breakfast fundraisers, church and many other functions with attendances reaching four hundred or more; and WHEREAS, it is because of Lawrence that we have been able to gather and celebrate each other while renewing lost acquaintances, strengthening relationships, reliving childhood memories, and paying tribute to our wonderful teachers at West Junior High; and WHEREAS, Lawrence was born in Lansing and educated by the Lansing Public School District, attending Kalamazoo Street Elementary, West Junior High, and Sexton High School; and WHEREAS, a man of stability, he married Barbara Johnson, enjoying twenty-two years of marriage before his passing. They had two daughters, Dionne and Kheri. Lawrence gave new meaning to his former alma mater's motto, "The Best Comes from the West". He was a devoted athlete during his school years, playing tennis, football, basketball, softball, and ran track and was an avid swimmer; and WHEREAS, Lawrence's love of sports did not cease after school; he went on to bring ministry to the Athletic Department of the Union Missionary Baptist Church, where he coached various teams before assuming the position of Athletic Director. Under his leadership many victories and successes were achieved; and WHEREAS, Lawrence's genuine love of humankind was evident by his warm, caring personality; he was always concerned for the well-being of others. Outside of his love for the Lord and his family, Lawrence loved working with children, especially underprivileged children and young adults; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council hereby proclaim October 23, 2010 as West Junior High Day where they will celebrate their last reunion. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED the Lansing City Council wishes the West Junior Reunion Committee best wishes and many memories that will last forever!

BY COUNCILMEMBER A'LYNNE ROBINSON RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, Maggie Mae Wise was born on August 20, 1937 in Clarksdale, Mississippi to Joseph and Oceola Wells; and WHEREAS, she was the "Family Historian", sharing the stories and events of their close friends and family members with precise accuracy and details; and WHEREAS, Maggie was a faithful and devoted member of Paradise Missionary Baptist Church where she shared her passion for gospel music and served as a music director and attended regular church services as long as her health permitted; and WHEREAS, she was a founding member of the Lansing Gospel Echoes, a popular gospel singing group; and WHEREAS, Maggie performed each year at the Silver Bells in the City celebration, adding to the atmosphere of magic and wonder of the event; and WHEREAS, as a bus driver for the Lansing School District she provided safe travels for students to and from school for over twenty years; and WHEREAS, Maggie enjoyed attending gospel concerts, fishing, traveling, and spending time with her great-grand-daughter; and WHEREAS, on Sunday, September 19, 2010, Maggie Mae Wise joined her husband, Dave Wise, Sr., parents, Joseph and Oceola Wells; brothers, James Price and Otis Wells; sisters, Sarah Cash and Roberta Sample in heaven with their heavenly father; and NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council, hereby, extend its deepest condolences to Maggie's family and friends. During her life, she provided love, hope, and inspiration to those who knew her. She will be dearly missed.

BY THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING Act-14-07, 525 and 601 Filley Street, Vacate Storm Sewer Easement - Correct Resolution #100 of 2008 WHEREAS, on the Lansing City Council adopted Resolution #100 of 2008 regarding Act14-07, which vacates two sewer easements on the properties at 525 and 601 Filley Street; and WHEREAS, Resolution #100 of 2008 inadvertently contained incorrect legal descriptions of the two easements; and WHEREAS, a correcting resolution adopted as Resolution # 206 of 2010 contained an additional error; and WHEREAS, the Lansing City Council now desires to correct Resolution #100 of 2008 to state the correct legal descriptions for the subject easements; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that Resolution #100 of 2008 is hereby amended, nunc pro tunc, and the property descriptions contained in the "Resolved" clause are corrected and replaced with the following legal descriptions: Easement A: That part of Lot 9, Scott Subdivision on Sections 4 and 5, T4N, R2W, Ingham County, Michigan, described as: beginning on the South line of Filley Street (platted as John Street) at a point 382.00 feet South and 230.40 feet East of the West 1/4 corner of Section 4, T4N, R2W; thence continuing East, 75.00 feet on the South line of Filley Street; thence S00°32'E, 200.00 feet; thence East 125.00 feet; thence S00°32'E, 227.15 feet; thence N61°00' W, 229.75 feet; thence N00°32'W, 315.93 feet to the point of beginning; City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan. Being part of Parcel No. 33-01-01-04-302-006 Common address: 525 Filley Street Easement B: The east 125 feet of the north 200 feet of Lot 9, Scott Subdivision, on Sections 4 and 5, T4N, R2W, City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan. Tax Parcel No. 33-01-01-04-302-011 Common address: 601 Filley Street BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that Resolution #206 of 2010 is hereby rescinded. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED, that in all other respects, Resolution #100 of 2008 is unchanged and remains in full force and effect as originally adopted and written.

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BY THE COMMITTEE OF DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING SLU-4-2010 3300 Block, Bardaville Street Church in the "F" Commercial District WHEREAS, the applicant, Woodside E&D, LLC has requested a Special Land Use permit (SLU4-2010) to construct a church with related site improvement on the vacant property located between 3310 and 3320 Bardaville Street; and WHEREAS, the property is zoned "F" Commercial District where churches are permitted subject to obtaining a special land use permit; and WHEREAS, a review was completed by staff evaluating the character, location and impact this proposal would have on the surrounding area and the impact on the environment, utilities, services and compliance with the Zoning Code and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board held a public hearing on June 15, 2010, at which no comments were received; and WHEREAS, at its meeting held on June 23, 2010, the Planning Board, based upon testimony, evidence and the staff report, voted unanimously (3-0) to recommend approval of SLU-4-2010 to permit a church on the vacant property located between 3310 and 3320 Bardaville Street, with conditions; and WHEREAS, the City Council held a public hearing regarding SLU-4-2010 on August 9, 2010; and WHEREAS, the Committee on Development and Planning has reviewed the report and recommendation of the Planning Board and concurs therewith; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council hereby approves SLU-42010 to construct a church on the vacant property located between 3310 and 3320 Bardaville Street, with the following conditions:

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Landscaping, as described in this staff report, is installed along the east and west property lines. Any dumpsters on the site are screened per the requirements of the Zoning Ordinance. The seating capacity of the building is limited to the amount of on-site parking or parking that can be leased within 300 feet of the site. The church agrees, in writing, that is will not object to the issuance of liquor licenses within 500 feet of the site.

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BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Special Land Use permit shall remain in effect only so long as the petitioner fully complies with this resolution, and if the petitioner fails to comply, the Special Land Use permit may be terminated by City Council Resolution. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that in granting this request, the City Council determines the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. The proposed church is compatible with the essential character of the surrounding area, as designed. The proposed church will not change the essential character of the surrounding area. The proposed church will not interfere with the general enjoyment of adjacent properties. The proposed church will not impact adjacent properties as it will not be detrimental to the use or character of the property under consideration. The proposed church will not impact the health, safety and welfare of persons or property in the surrounding area. The proposed church can be adequately served by essential public facilities and services. The proposed church will not place any demands on public services and facilities in excess of current capacities. The proposed church is consistent with the intent and purposes of the Zoning Code and the Northeast Area Comprehensive plan. The proposed church will comply with the requirements of the "F" Commercial District.

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BY THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, the City has received a proposal to sell certain real property titled in the name of the City of Lansing to the Neogen Properties V, LLC; and WHEREAS, in accordance with the Lansing City Charter, Article 8, Chapter 4, and Section 208.08 of the Lansing Code of ordinances, the documentation and details of the sale must be placed on file in the Office of the City Clerk for a thirty (30) day period, and a public hearing on the proposed sale of the property must be held before the City Council subsequent to that time; and WHEREAS, the documentation and details of the sale were placed on file in the Office of the City Clerk on July 29, 2010. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that a Public Hearing be held on October 11, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, Tenth Floor, City Hall, 124 W. Michigan Avenue, Lansing, Michigan, to receive public comment on and to consider the proposed sale of property located in Lansing, Michigan and legally described more particularly in the Purchase Agreement for the property, which has been placed on file with the City Clerk.

CITY OF LANSING NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Act-2-2010; Sale of Oak Park Field Office to the Neogen Corporation The Lansing City Council will hold a public hearing on Monday, October 11, 2010, at 7:00 p.m. in Council Chambers, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, 124 W. Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI, to consider Act-2-2010; Sale of Oak Park Field Office to Neogen Properties V, LLC. For more information about this case, phone City Council Offices on City business days, Monday through Friday, between 8 am. and 5 p.m. at 483-4177. If you are interested in this matter, please attend the public hearing or send a representative. Written comments will be accepted between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. on City business days if received before 5 p.m., Monday, October 11, 2010, at the City Council Offices, Tenth Floor, City Hall, 124 West Michigan Ave., Lansing, MI 48933-1696. Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk

BY THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING Setting a Public Hearing for an Industrial Development District WHEREAS, the City Council of the City of Lansing has received a request from Jet Engineering, to create Lansing Industrial Development District (IDD 01-10) encompassing property commonly known as 5190 Jet Drive and legally described as: LOT 4, JET PLACE, CITY OF LANSING, INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN; WHEREAS, prior to acting on this request, it is necessary to hold a public hearing on the proposed creation of (IDD 01-10), to allow for all residents, taxpayers and other interested persons the right to appear and be heard; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, that public hearings be held in the City Council Chambers of the City of Lansing, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, Michigan, on October 4 and October 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m., and that the City Clerk cause to be published notice of such hearing in a publication of general circulation when all persons interested may attend and be heard and make any objection they may have to the proposed District, and that the City Clerk also cause the owners of real property located within the proposed amended district to be notified of the request and the scheduled public hearing.

City of Lansing Notice of Public Hearing The City Council of the City of Lansing will hold public hearings on Monday, October 4 and October 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, Michigan, for the purpose stated below: To afford an opportunity for all residents, taxpayers of the City of Lansing and other interested persons to appear and be heard on the creation of Lansing Industrial Development District (IDD 01-10) as requested by the applicant for the location indicated below: Applicant: By: Jet Engineering Barry Kavanagh

IDD Location: 5190 Jet Drive IDD Legal Description: LOT 4, JET PLACE, CITY OF LANSING, INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN;

Creation of (IDD 01-10) as requested by Jet Engineering, will make certain property investment (real and personal property) within the District eligible to be included in applications for tax abatements and/or exemptions. Further information regarding this application may be obtained from Andrea Ragan, Economic Development Corporation of the City of Lansing, 401 S. Washington Square, Ste. 100, Lansing, Michigan, 48933, (517) 483-4140. Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk

BY THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING Setting a Public Hearing for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate WHEREAS, the City of Lansing received and filed an application from Jet Engineering requesting an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate (IFT01-10) for real and personal property, pursuant to Public Act 198 of 1974, as amended; and WHEREAS, prior to acting upon this request, it is necessary to hold a public hearing on Jet Engineering's application for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate (IFT 01-10), to allow for any resident or taxpayer or ad valorem taxing unit the right to appear and be heard. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that public hearings be held in the City Council Chambers of the City of Lansing, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, Michigan, on October 4 and October 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m., on the Jet Engineering application for an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate (IFT 01-10) for real and personal property located within the boundary more particularly described as: LOT 4, JET PLACE, CITY OF LANSING, INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN, and that the City Clerk cause to be published in a publication of general circulation, giving notice of such hearing, and that the City Clerk also cause the legislative body of each taxing unit levying ad valorem taxes on this property, as well as the owners of real and personal property located within the stated boundary, be notified by certified mail of this application and the scheduled public hearing.

City of Lansing Notice of Public Hearing The Lansing City Council will hold public hearings on October 4 and October 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, MI, for the purpose stated below: To afford an opportunity for all residents, taxpayers of the City of Lansing, other interested persons and ad valorem taxing units to appear and be heard on the approval of an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate (IFT 01-10) requested by the applicant indicated below: Applicant: Location: Property Description: Jet Engineering (d/b/a Symmetry Medical) 5190 Jet Drive, Lansing LOT 4, JET PLACE, CITY OF LANSING, INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN,

Approval of an Industrial Facilities Exemption Certificate (IFT--) requested by Jet Engineering will result in the abatement of real and/or personal property taxes located within the subject property. Further information regarding this application for property tax abatement may be obtained from Andrea Ragan, Economic Development Corporation of the City of Lansing, 401 S. Washington Sq., Suite 100, Lansing, Michigan, 48933, (517) 483-4140. Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk

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BY THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING BROWNFIELD PLAN #49(a) - AMENDED MARSHALL STREET ARMORY REDEVELOPMENT BROWNFIELD PROJECT WHEREAS, the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority has prepared and forwarded an approved Brownfield Plan pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act 381 of 1996, as amended, for property commonly referred to as 300 Elvin Court located in the City of Lansing; and WHEREAS, prior to Council=s action on this request, it is necessary to hold a public hearing on the Plan, to allow for any resident, taxpayer or ad valorem taxing unit the right to appear and be heard; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that public hearings be held in the City Council Chambers of the City of Lansing, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, Michigan, on October 4 and October 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. on Brownfield Plan #49(a) - Amended Marshall Street Armory Brownfield Plan Project under the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, for property located within the boundary more particularly described by parcel numbers as: A parcel of land being part of the NW 1/4 of Section 15, T4N, R2W, City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, being more particularly described as: commencing at the NE corner of Section 15, T4N, R2W; thence South 01 degrees 44'44" West, 1600.25 feet along the East line of said Section 15 also being the West line of Adam's Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan (Liber 2, Page 17); thence North 88 degrees 53'28" West, 369.49 feet along the North line of said Longyears's Addition and the North line of J.B. Rayner's Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham county, Michigan (Liber 3, Page 20) to the point of beginning of the following described parcel; thence continuing North 88 degrees 53'28" West, 390.06 feet along the North line of Brown's Insurance Agency Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, (Liber 4, Page 15) and the North line of Rumsey's Michigan Avenue Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, (Liber 2, Page 12) to the East line; thence South 88 degrees 53'28" East, 388.16 feet; thence South 01 degrees 30'42" West, 502.98 feet to the point of beginning. And that the City Clerk cause notice of such hearing to be published twice in a publication of general circulation, no less than 10 days or more than 40 days prior to the date of the public hearing, and that the City Clerk also cause the legislative body of each taxing unit levying ad valorem taxes on this property, to be notified of Brownfield Plan #49(a) and the scheduled public hearing.

City of Lansing Notice of Public Hearing The Lansing City Council will hold public hearings on October 4 and October II, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 10 th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, MI, for the purpose stated below: To afford an opportunity for all residents, taxpayers of the City of Lansing, other interested persons and ad valorem taxing units to appear and be heard on the approval of Brownfield Plan #49(a) - Amended Marshall Street Armory Brownfield Plan, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act 381 of 1996, as amended, for property located at the 300 Elvin Court, in Lansing, Michigan, but more particularly described by parcel as: A parcel of land being part of the NW'/ of Section 15, T4N, R2W, City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, being more particularly described as: commencing at the NE corner of Section 15, T4N, R2W; thence South 01 degrees 44'44" West, 1600.25 feet along the East line of said Section 15 also being the West line of Adam's Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan (Liber 2, Page 17); thence North 88 degrees 53'28" West, 369.49 feet along the North line of said Longyears's Addition and the North line of J.B. Rayner's Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham county, Michigan (Liber 3, Page 20) to the point of beginning of the following described parcel; thence continuing North 88 degrees 53'28" West, 390.06 feet along the North line of Brown's Insurance Agency Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, (Liber 4, Page 15) and the North line of Rumsey's Michigan Avenue Addition to the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan, (Liber 2, Page 12) to the East line; thence South 88 degrees 53'28" East, 388.16 feet; thence South 01 degrees 30'42" West, 502.98 feet to the point of beginning. Approval of this Brownfield Plan will enable the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority to capture incremental tax increases which result from the redevelopment of the property to pay for costs associated therewith. Further information regarding this issue may be obtained from Ken Szymusiak, Economic Development Corporation of the City of Lansing, 401 N. Washington Square, Suite 100, Lansing, MI 48933, (517) 483-4140. Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk

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BY THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING BROWNFIELD PLAN #52 - MARKET PLACE PARTNERS, LLC BROWNFIELD PLAN PROJECT WHEREAS, the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority has prepared and forwarded an approved Brownfield Plan pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act 381 of 1996, as amended, for property commonly referred to as the Old Lansing City Market property located in the City of Lansing; and WHEREAS, prior to Council's action on this request, it is necessary to hold a public hearing on the Plan, to allow for any resident, taxpayer or ad valorem taxing unit the right to appear and be heard; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that public hearings be held in the City Council Chambers of the City of Lansing, 10 th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, Michigan, on October 4 and October 11, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. on Brownfield Plan #52 - Market Place Partners, LLC - Brownfield Plan Project under the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, for property located within the boundary more particularly described by parcel numbers as: Parcel 1 (Project One Area): Part of Lots 2, 3 and 4 of Block 245 of the Original Plat of the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan being more particularly described as: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot 1; thence SO0°38'28"W, 430.10 feet, (Recorded as: SO0°05'21 "W, 430.37 feet) along the Westerly right of way of Cedar Street (82.5 feet); thence Westerly 123.56 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 15°40'39" and a chord bearing S82°46'18"W, 123.18 feet to the point of beginning of the following described parcel; thence Westerly, 135.01 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 17°07'51" and a chord bearing S66°22'04"W, 134.51 feet; thence N32°11'53"W, 212.85 feet (Recorded as N32°43'09"W); thence N00°36'37"E, 100.84 feet (Recorded as: N00°05'21 "E); thence S89°23'23"E, 112.00 feet; thence SO0°36'37"W, 29.29 feet; thence S32°13'28"E, 232.33 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.84 acres, more or less and subject to any easements or restrictions of use or record; Parcel 2 (Project Two Area): Part of Lots 1 and 2 of Block 245 of the Original Plat of the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan being more particularly described as: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot 1; thence SO0°38'28"W, 430.10 feet, (Recorded as: SO0°05'21 "W, 430.37 feet) along the Westerly right of way of Cedar Street (82.5 feet); thence Westerly 123.56 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 15°40'39" and a chord bearing S82°46'18"W, 123.18 feet; thence N32°13'28"W, 232.33 feet; thence N00°36'37"E, 29.29 feet to the point of beginning of the following described parcel; thence N89°23'23"W, 112.00 feet; thence N00°36'37"E, 222.16 feet (Recorded as: N00°05'21 "E) to the Southerly right of way of Shiawassee Street (82.5 feet); thence S89°25'38"E, 112.00 feet, (Recorded as: S89°58'20"E); thence SO0°36'37"W, 222.23 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.57 acres, more or less and subject to any easements or restrictions of use or record;

Future Project Parcel (Future Project Area): Part of Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Block 245 of the Original Plat of the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan being more particularly described as: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Lot 1; thence SOO°38'28"W, 430.10 feet, (Recorded as: SO0°05'21 "W, 430.37 feet) along the Westerly right of way of Cedar Street (82.5 feet); thence Westerly 123.56 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 15°40'39" and a chord bearing S82°46'18"W, 123.18 feet; thence N32°13'28"W, 232.33 feet; thence N00°36'37"E, 251.52 feet to the Southerly right of way of Shiawassee Street (82.5 feet); thence S89°25'38"E, 248.23 feet, (Recorded as: S89°58'20"E) along said right of way to the point of beginning, containing 2.23 acres, more or less and subject to any easements or restrictions of use or record; And that the City Clerk cause notice of such hearing to be published twice in a publication of general circulation, no less than 10 days or more than 40 days prior to the date of the public hearing, and that the City Clerk also cause the legislative body of each taxing unit levying ad valorem taxes on this property, to be notified of Brownfield Plan #52 and the scheduled public hearing.

City of Lansing Notice of Public Hearing The Lansing City Council will hold public hearings on October 4 and October II, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 10 th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, MI, for the purpose stated below: To afford an opportunity for all residents, taxpayers of the City of Lansing, other interested persons and ad valorem taxing units to appear and be heard on the approval of Brownfield Plan # 52 - Market Place Partners, LLC Brownfield Plan, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act 381 of 1996, as amended, for property located at the Old Lansing City Market, in Lansing, Michigan, but more particularly described by parcel as: Parcel 1 (Project One Area): Part of Lots 2, 3 and 4 of Block 245 of the Original Plat of the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan being more particularly described as: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot 1; thence SO0°38'28"W, 430.10 feet, (Recorded as: SO0°05'21 "W, 430.37 feet) along the Westerly right of way of Cedar Street (82.5 feet); thence Westerly 123.56 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 15°40'39" and a chord bearing S82°46'18"W, 123.18 feet to the point of beginning of the following described parcel; thence Westerly, 135.01 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 17°07'51" and a chord bearing S66°22'04"W, 134.51 feet; thence N32°11'53"W, 212.85 feet (Recorded as N32°43'09"W); thence N00°36'37"E, 100.84 feet (Recorded as: N00°05'21 "E); thence S89°23'23"E, 112.00 feet; thence SO0°36'37"W, 29.29 feet; thence S32°13'28"E, 232.33 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.84 acres, more or less and subject to any easements or restrictions of use or record; Parcel 2 (Project Two Area): Part of Lots 1 and 2 of Block 245 of the Original Plat of the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan being more particularly described as: Commencing at the Northeast corner of Lot 1; thence SO0°38'28"W, 430.10 feet, (Recorded as: SO0°05'21 "W, 430.37 feet) along the Westerly right of way of Cedar Street (82.5 feet); thence Westerly 123.56 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 15°40'39" and a chord bearing S82°46'18"W, 123.18 feet; thence N32°13'28"W, 232.33 feet; thence N00°36'37"E, 29.29 feet to the point of beginning of the following described parcel; thence N89°23'23"W, 112.00 feet; thence N00°36'37"E, 222.16 feet (Recorded as: N00°05'21 "E) to the Southerly right of way of Shiawassee Street (82.5 feet); thence S89°25'38"E, 112.00 feet, (Recorded as: S89°58'20"E); thence SO0°36'37"W, 222.23 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.57 acres, more or less and subject to any easements or restrictions of use or record; Future Project Parcel (Future Project Area): Part of Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 of Block 245 of the Original Plat of the City of Lansing, Ingham County, Michigan being more particularly described as: Beginning at the Northeast corner of Lot 1; thence SO0°38'28"W, 430.10 feet, (Recorded as: SO0°05'21 "W, 430.37 feet) along the Westerly right of way of Cedar Street (82.5 feet); thence Westerly 123.56 feet along the arc of a curve to the left, having a radius of 451.57 feet, a delta angle of 15°40'39" and a chord bearing S82°46'18"W, 123.18 feet; thence N32°13'28"W, 232.33

feet; thence NOO°36'37"E, 251.52 feet to the Southerly right of way of Shiawassee Street (82.5 feet); thence S89°25'38"E, 248.23 feet, (Recorded as: S89°58'20"E) along said right of way to the point of beginning, containing 2.23 acres, more or less and subject to any easements or restrictions of use or record; Approval of this Brownfield Plan will enable the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority to capture incremental tax increases which result from the redevelopment of the property to pay for costs associated therewith. Further information regarding this issue may be obtained from Karl Dorshimer, Economic Development Corporation of the City of Lansing, 401 N. Washington Square, Suite 100, Lansing, MI 48933, (517) 483-4140. Chris Swope, Lansing City Clerk

BY THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING That the following FY 2009 transfers be approved: $50,000.00 From Infrastructure Fund - From Fund Balance 410.000000.679100.00000 410.933890.974000.43997 $50,000.00 to Infrastructure Fund - Mt. Hope Cem (Explanation: Donation received from the Fratcher Foundation to be used at Mt. Hope Cemetery. (Originally deposited on 6/10/2010 to 101.0.675003.0, and to be transferred to 410.0.675003.0 as of 6/30/2010). The donation amount is $50,000.00. Donation to be used for completion of sidewalk work at Mount Hope Cemetery, per request letter dated May 17,2010.)

BY THE COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, the City received from the Ingham County Treasurer a list of one hundred one parcels of tax foreclosed property in the City of Lansing foreclosed for unpaid property taxes pursuant to Public Act 123 of 1999; and WHEREAS, under Section 78m(6) of said Act, being MCL 211.78m(6) the title to the listed parcels will be automatically transferred to the City of Lansing on December 30, 2010, unless the City objects to the transfer of all or any parcel before the transfer is made; and WHEREAS, the administration, through the Development Office, has reviewed and is acquainted with the one hundred one listed parcels and has inquired of City departments regarding the usefulness of the parcels for City public purpose or their desirability for future use or development; and WHEREAS, the administration, through the Development Office, has determined that the City has no interest in acquiring these parcels because the cost of maintaining such property will exceed any benefit that will be obtained; and WHEREAS, the City does not wish the Ingham County Treasurer to transfer title to the City for these parcels, and WHEREAS, it is the recommendation of the Mayor that the one hundred one parcels contained in this resolution be rejected by the City from the automatic transfer under Section 78m(6) of the Act; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED the City of Lansing hereby objects to the transfer of title to the City of the following tax foreclosed parcels:

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2010 FORECLOSURE LIST
City of Lansing

The following parcels have been foreclosed upon by the Ingham County Treasurer, pursuant to Public Act 123 of 1999, for unpaid property taxes. Unless the City of Lansing objects in writing, the Act requires the Ingham County Treasurer to transfer fee simple title in these parcels to the City of Lansing.

33-01-01-03-377-291 LOT 129 PARK MANOR HEIGHTS Property Address: COMMONWEALTH AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-03-382-041 LOT 31 WIELAND PARK SUB Property Address: MASSACHUSETTS AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-04-151-001 LOTS 38, 39 & 40 IDEAL HOMESITES Property Address: 711 CARRIER ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-04-152-021 LOTS 20 & 21 IDEAL HOMESITES Property Address: 3122 FELT ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-04-177-041 LOT 1 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 51 Property Address: 2818 TURNER ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-04-403-101

LOT 9 NORTH GARDENS SUB Property Address: 221 E RANDOLPH ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-05-351-041 COM 224.58 FT N & 170 FT W OF S 1/8 POST OF SW 1/4 SEC 5, TH N 149.72 FT, W 60 FT, S 149.72 FT, E 60 FT TO BEG; SEC 5 T4N R2W Property Address: 2024 MELVIN CT LANSING MI

33-01-01-06-179-021 LOT 228 & S 1/2 LOT 229 WESTMONT SUB Property Address: 3028 ALFRED AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-08-201-221 E 50 2/3 FT OF W 170 2/3 FT LOT 3 EXC N 68 FT ASSESSORS PLAT NO 12 Property Address: ROSELAWN AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-08-255-051 LOT 8 ROSEDALE PARK SUB Property Address: ROSELAWN AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-08-406-131 LOT 26 BUNGALOW HOME ADD Property Address: THEODORE ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-08-409-431 LOT 102 & COM SE COR LOT 102, TH S 10 FT, W 30 FT, N 10 FT, E 30 FT TO BEG; CHARLES KUDNERS SUB Property Address: 1215 W MAPLE ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-08-452-201 LOT 112 OAKDALE ADD Property Address: 825 CLAYTON ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-08-483-061 N 14 FT LOT 111 &S 22 FT LOT 112 ENGLEWOOD PARK ADD Property Address: 730 CHICAGO AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-09-154-030 LOTS 4 & 5 BLOCK 5 GLENDALE PLACE Property Address: 1418 CHRISTOPHER ST 1 LANSING MI

33-01-01-09-154-111 LOT 21 BLOCK 5 GLENDALE PLACE Property Address: EMERSON AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-09-156-001 N 1/2 LOT 4 BLOCK 2 GLENDALE PLACE Property Address: 1344 CHRISTOPHER ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-09-327-101 E 36 FT OF S 1 1/2 R LOT 5 & E 36 FT LOT 6 BLOCK 30 ORIG PLAT Property Address: 200 W GRAND RIVER AVE 1 LANSING MI

33-01-01-09-327-191 E 39.25 FT OF W 78.5 FT LOT 1 BLOCK 30 ORIG PLAT Property Address: 209 W WILLOW ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-09-331-191 E 28 FT OF W 75 FT LOT 1 & E 28 FT OF W 75 FT OF N 22 FT LOT 2 BLOCK 34 ORIG PLAT Property Address: 107 W GRAND RIVER AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-09-377-201 E 33 FT LOT 12 BLOCK 45 ORIG PLAT Property Address: W KILBORN ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-104-051 N 1/2 LOT 5 BLOCK 1 BALLARDS ADD Property Address: 1904 N HIGH ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-153-131 S 30 FT LOT 23 BLOCK 3 HANDY HOME ADD Property Address: BALLARD ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-156-201 S 106 FT OF E 1/2 LOT 2 BLOCK 5 HANDY HOME ADD Property Address: 815 E GRAND RIVER AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-157-352 E 49.5 FT OF W 115.5 FT LOTS 16 & 17 EXC S 33 FT BLOCK 2 HANDY HOME ADD Property Address: 906 DRURY LANE LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-203-021 LOTS 226 & 227 FRANKLIN HEIGHTS SUB Property Address: 1800 INDIANA AVE BLK LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-326-551 LOT 2 BROWNS SECOND SUB Property Address: E GRAND RIVER AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-331-051 LOT 14 SMITH G YOUNGS SUB OF LOT 12 OF JAMES SEYMOURS SUB Property Address: FARRAND ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-351-131 LOT 10 WILEYS SUB REC L 1 P33 Property Address: 927 MAY ST LANSING Ml

33-01-01-10-354-231 LOT 29 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 22 Property Address: 715 N PENNSYLVANIA AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-401-191 LOT 36 OTTOS ADD Property Address: CLARK ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-10-406-271 LOT 17 BLOCK C FRANKLIN AVENUE PARK SUB Property Address: 1207 MARYLAND AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-14-305-231 LOT 22 & S 1/2 LOT 21 SNYDERS SUB Property Address: 226 S FOSTER AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-14-359-433 LOTS 419 & 420, ALSO E 5 FT VAC ALLEY ADJ THERETO LESLIE PARK SUB Property Address: 530 S HAYFORD AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-14-380-231 LOT 41 BROWNS SUB OF A PART OF OUTLOTS A AND B OF SNYDERS ADD Property Address: S FRANCIS AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-15-279-091 S 85 FT LOT 5 & E 19 FT OF S 85 FT LOT 6 BLOCK 5 RUMSEYS MICHIGAN AVENUE ADD Property Address: 1621 E MICHIGAN AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-15-302-091 W 77 FT OF S 1/2 R LOT 6 & W 77 FT OF N 1/2 LOT 7 BLOCK 6 GREEN OAK ADD Property Address: HILL ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-15-311-211 W 1/2 LOT 2 BLOCK 15 GREEN OAK ADD Property Address: PROSPECT ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-15-352-191 E 4.5 FT OF S 57 FT LOT 36 & S 57 FT LOT 37 BLOCK 3 LANSING IMPROVEMENT COMPANYS ADD Property Address: S PENNSYLVANIA AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-16-126-161 W 3 R LOT 1 BLOCK 62 ORIG PLAT Property Address: 313 W SAGINAW ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-16-460-139 LOT 16 EXC S 75.5 FT, ALSO EXC N 56.5 FT BLOCK 155 ORIG PLAT Property Address: RIVER ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-204-240 LOT 3 & W 2 FT LOT 2 BLOCK 2 M CAREYS 1ST ADD Property Address: W SAGINAW ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-204-250 LOT 4 BLOCK 2 M CAREYS 1ST ADD Property Address: W SAGINAW ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-226-101 W 1/2 LOT 6 WHITES SUB W OF BUTLER REC L 1 P 15 . Property Address: 926 W LAPEER ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-228-341 W 1/2 OF N 158.55 FT LOT 21 WHITES SUB W OF BUTLER REC L 1 P 15 Property Address: 921 W LAPEER ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-228-401 S 33 FT LOTS 21 & 22 WHITES SUB W OF BUTLER REC L 1 P 15 Property Address: NO STREET FRONTAGE LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-232-011 N 24 FT OF S 132 FT OF W 48 1/8 FT LOT 3 BLOCK 2 CLAYPOOL SUB Property Address: N BUTLER BLVD LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-260-361 W 3 R LOT 9 BLOCK 3 FRENCHS SUB Property Address: 1223 W OTTAWA ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-401-151 LOT 29 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 8 Property Address: 1214 W.ALLEGAN ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-401-351 LOT 2 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 8 Property Address: 1109 W MICHIGAN AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-405-170 E 6 FT LOT 66 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 9 Property Address: W KALAMAZOO ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-17-452-302 LOT 152 & W 15.25 FT LOT 151 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 9 Property Address: 1323 W LENAWEE ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-20-103-161 LOT 6 SMITHS SUB REC L 7 P 28 Property Address: 2119 W MAIN ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-20-1.03-171 LOT 7 SMITHS SUB REC L 7 P 28 Property Address: 2123 W MAIN ST 1 LANSING MI

33-01-01-20-104-191 LOT 31 RIVERCREST SUB Property Address: 812 EVERETT DR LANSING MI

33-01-01-20-133-071 LOT 85 TAYLORS RIVER VIEW SUB NO 1 Property Address: 1714 OLDS AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-21-361-081 S 44 FT OF W 112.75 FT LOT 10 BLOCK 22 PARK PLACE Property Address: 1845 OSBAND AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-21-402-091 E 32 FT LOT 7 & W 20 FT LOT 8 BLOCK 1 HALLS THIRD ADD Property Address: 123 GARDEN ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-134-361 LOT 4 J H MOORES HAZEL STREET SUB Property Address: 1016 E HAZEL ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-202-021 LOTS 24 & 25 EXCELSIOR LAND COMPANYS SUB Property Address: 907 S HOLMES ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-256-081 N 20 FT LOT 198 & S 23 FT LOT 197 EXCELSIOR LAND COMPANYS SUB Property Address: BENSCH ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-307-241 LOT 9 BLOCK 4 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 20 Property Address: 1424 PONTIAC ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-307-251 LOT 8 BLOCK 4 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 20 Property Address: 1422 PONTIAC ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-351-141 LOT 20 BLOCK 1 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 28 REC L 10 P 33 Property Address: 1619 BAILEY ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-352-432 N 9.5 FT LOT 39 & LOT 18 EXC E 120 FT BLOCK 5 ASSESSORS PLAT NO 28 Property Address: ADA ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-22-353-001 LOT 12 REO MOTOR CAR CO'S SUB REC L 6 P 30 Property Address: 1601 DONORA ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-23-103-041 LOT 48 LANSING ADDITION COMPANYS SUB REC L 5 P 20 Property Address: S MAGNOLIA AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-23-105-072 N 23 FT LOT 187 EXC W 10 FT ALSO LOT 186 EXC W 10 FT LANSING ADDITION COMPANYS SUB REC L 5 P 20

Property Address: S HAYFORD AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-23-127-191 LOT 91 BROWNS SUB OF A PART OF OUTLOTS A AND B OF SNYDERS ADD Property Address: S MIFFLIN AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-23-127-201 PT VAC HARTON ST COM NE COR LOT 91 TH N 33 FT, W 132 FT, S 33 FT, E TO BEG; BROWNS SUB OF A PART OF OTLOTS A AND B OF SNYDERS SUB Property Address: S MIFFLIN AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-27-105-021 LOT 38 MORNINGSIDE SUB Property Address: 711 KENWOOD AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-27-136-101 LOT 140 SOUTH GARDENS NO I Property Address: HARDING AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-28-284-081 N 122 FT LOT 112 ADDMORE PARK Property Address: 532 TISDALE AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-28-453-041 N 76 FT LOT 2 FOSTERDALE SUB Property Address: 3331 STABLER ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-29-228-161 LOT 1 BLOCK 4 ELMHURST SUB

Property Address: 2000 STIRLING AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-29-278-021 LOT 12 BLOCK 3 RESUB OF BLOCKS 17, 21, 22 AND LOTS 35 TO 72 INCL, BLOCK 30 ELMHURST SUB Property Address: 2509 S M L KING JR BLVD LANSING MI

33-01-01-29-476-301 LOT 118 LOGANCREST Property Address: 911 LOA ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-31-127-001 LOT 403 CHURCHILL DOWNS NO 2 SUB Property Address: 3401 CHURCHILL AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-31-476-051 LOT 61 EXC N 73 FT ECO FARMS Property Address: 4801 INGHAM ST LANSING MI

33-01-01-32-101-031 LOT 1 SIMKEN VILLAGE Property Address: SIMKEN DR LANSING MI

33-01-01-32-101-411 LOT 3 SIMKEN VILLAGE Property Address: SIMKEN DR LANSING MI

33-01-01-32-101-421

LOT 2 SIMKEN VILLAGE Property Address: 3520 SIMKEN DR LANSING MI

33-01-01-32-177-071 LOT 28 EXC E 1/2 SUPERVISORS PLAT NO 5 Property Address: MARY AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-32-326-031 LOT 273 PLEASANT GROVE SUB Property Address: 1808 PIERCE RD LANSING MI

33-01-01-32-480-161 LOT 29 DELRAY PARK Property Address: 5000 DELBROOK AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-33-428-211 LOT 64 ORCHARD GARDENS SUB Property Address: 532 EMILY AVE LANSING MI

33-01-01-33-428-221 LOT 63 ORCHARD GARDENS SUB Property Address: EMILY AVE LANSING MI

33-01-05-03-352-041 LOT 3 & LOT 4 EXC S 18 FT RICHFIELD PARK Property Address: 5735 ORCHARD CT LANSING MI

33-01-05-03-352-051

S 18 FT LOT 4 ALSO LOT 5 EXC S 15 FT RICHFIELD PARK Property Address: 5745 ORCHARD CT LANSING MI

33-01-05-03-352-061 LOT 6 EXC S 12 FT & S 15 FT LOT 5 RICHFIELD PARK Property Address: 5755 ORCHARD CT LANSING MI

33-01-05-04-226-301 LOT 11 BATTENFIELD SUB Property Address: 604 E JOLLY RD LANSING MI

33-01-05-05-355-081 LOT 21 DEKAU HEIGHTS Property Address: 1828 W MILLER RD LANSING MI

33-01-05-06-227-024 OUTLOT A MARKLAND NO 2 SUB Property Address: RENEE ST LANSING MI

33-01-05-06-428-082 N 116 FT LOTS 186, 187, 188 & 189 WEBSTER FARM SUB NO 3 Property Address: SELFRIDGE BLVD LANSING MI

33-01-05-06-455-051 COM ON N&S 1/4 LINE 265.5 FT N OF S 1/4 POST, TH N 49.5 FT, E 247.5 FT, S 49.5 FT, W 247.5 FT TO BEG; SEC 6 T3N R2W Property Address: 6057 WISE RD LANSING MI

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COM ON N&S 1/4 LINE 232.5 FT N OF S 1/4 POST, TH E 247.5 FT, N 33 FT W 247.5 FT, S 33 FT TO BEG; SEC 6 T3N R2W Property Address: 6061 WISE RD LANSING MI

33-01-05-09-102-231 S 1/2 LOT 18 SUPERVISORS PLAT OF MILLER ROAD FARMS Property Address: 6210 HILLIARD RD LANSING MI

33-01-05-09-152-321 LOT 78 SUPERVISORS PLAT OF RADIO ESTATES Property Address: HILLIARD RD LANSING MI

33-01-05-09-152-331 LOT 79 SUPERVISORS PLAT OF RADIO ESTATES Property Address: 6410 HILLIARD RD LANSING MI

33-01-05-10-176-192 COM 50 FT W OF SW COR MARSCOT MEADOWS NO 4, TH S 171 FT +/- TO NE'LY R/W LINE RAMP CI-96, N 21 DEG 21 MIN 12SCD W 181 FT +/-, E 67 FT TO BEG; SEC 10 T3N R2W Property Address: NO STREET FRONTAGE LANSING MI

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BY THE COMMITTEE OF DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING SLU-1-2010 5750 S. Cedar Street Church in the "F" Commercial, "J" Parking, "G-2" Wholesale & "H" Light Industrial "Districts WHEREAS, the applicant, Abundant Grace Faith Church, has requested a Special Land Use permit (SLU-1-2010) to establish a church in the building at 5750 S. Cedar Street; and WHEREAS, the property is zoned "F" Commercial, "J" Parking, "G-2" Wholesale & "H" Light Industrial "Districts where churches with associated parking are permitted subject to obtaining a special land use permit; and WHEREAS, a review was completed by staff evaluating the character, location and impact this proposal would have on the surrounding area and the impact on the environment, utilities, services and compliance with the Zoning Code and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board held a public hearing on March 16, 2010, at which three representatives of the church spoke in favor of the request and no other comments were received; and WHEREAS, the Planning Board (based upon testimony, evidence and the staff report) at its April 6, 2010 meeting, voted (3-1) to recommend approval of SLU-1-2010 to permit a church at 5750 S. Cedar Street; and WHEREAS, the City Council held a public hearing regarding SLU-1-2010 on June 14, 2010 at which 3 person, including 2 representatives of the church, spoke in favor of the request; and WHEREAS, the Committee on Development and Planning has reviewed the report and recommendation of the Planning Board and concurs therewith; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council hereby approves SLU-12010 to establish a church at 5750 S. Cedar Street. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that this Special Land Use permit shall remain in effect only so long as the petitioner fully complies with this resolution, and if the petitioner fails to comply, the Special Land Use permit may be terminated by City Council Resolution. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that in granting this request, the City Council determines the following: 1. 2. 3. 4. The proposed church is compatible with the essential character of the surrounding area, as designed. The proposed church will not change the essential character of the surrounding area. The proposed church will not interfere with the general enjoyment of adjacent properties. The proposed church will not impact adjacent properties as it will not be detrimental to the use or character of the property under consideration.

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The proposed church will not impact the health, safety and welfare of persons or property in the surrounding area. The proposed church can be adequately served by essential public facilities and services. The proposed church will not place any demands on public services and facilities in excess of current capacities. The proposed church is consistent with the intent and purposes of the Zoning Code and the Southeast Area Comprehensive plan. The proposed church will comply with the requirements of the "F" Commercial, "J" Parking, "G-2" Wholesale & "H" Light Industrial "Districts

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BY THE COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, the State Community Corrections Advisory Board, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners, and the City of Lansing approved the Ingham County/City of Lansing Community Corrections Comprehensive Plan; and WHEREAS, the State Community Corrections Advisory Board, the Ingham County Board of Commissioners, and the City of Lansing approved the Application for State of Michigan Community Corrections Act Funds for FY 20102011; and WHEREAS, the FY 2010-2011 Application provides for the continuation of the following CCAB Plans and Services programming and the Drunk Driving Jail Reduction and Community Treatment Program (DDJR/CTP) with a portion of Ingham County's allocation of State Community Corrections funds; Relapse Prevention and Recovery ($47,200) and House of Commons Program Enhancements (H.O.P.E) ($46,347) to be provided by C.E.I. Community Mental Health, Pathways Employment Services ($64,600) to be provided by Peckham Vocational Industries, Inc; Jail-Based Case Management services ($12,500) to be provided by CCAB staff; and Cognitive Change Groups ($34,650) to be provided by National Council on Alcoholism, and Day Reporting ($43,350) to be provided by a vendor to be determined through an RFP process; and WHEREAS, the FY 2010-2011 grant award provides Ingham County with the use of 28 beds per day with Michigan Department of Corrections (MDOC) contracting directly with residential providers rather than with local jurisdictions in an amount not to exceed $485,450; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the FY 2010-2011 Application, residential services are to be provided by Community Programs, Inc., Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services, Kalamazoo Probation Enhancement Program, Inc., the Home of New Vision, National Council on Alcoholism, and C.E.I. Community Mental Health House of Commons; and WHEREAS, pursuant to the FY 2010-2011 grant award, the County may enter into subcontracts for the purpose of implementing Plans and Services and DDJR/CTP programs and services identified in the Community Corrections Plan and Application; and WHEREAS, the Subcontractors for Plans and Services and DDJR/CTP programming are willing and able to provide the services that the County requires; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council, hereby, authorizes entering into an Agreement with the Michigan Department of

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Corrections for Ingham County/City of Lansing Community Corrections for FY 2010-2011 for $279,300 in CCAB Plans and Services and administration funds, $31,347 in Drunk Driving Jail Reduction and Community Treatment Program funds for a total of $310,647, and for the use of 28 residential beds per day for a value amounting to $485,450, for the time period of October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2011; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Lansing City Council authorizes entering into subcontracts for CCAB Plans and Services programming from October 1, 2010 through September 30, 2011 with National Council on Alcoholism for Cognitive Change Groups for the actual cost of services not to exceed $34,560; with Peckham Vocational Industries, Inc. for the actual cost of employment services not to exceed $64,600; and with C.E.I Community Mental Health for the actual cost of Relapse Prevention and Recovery services not to exceed $47,200; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Lansing City Council authorizes entering into a subcontract for DDJR/CTP and Plans and Services programming with C.E.I. Community Mental Health for program enhancements (H.O.P.E) at the House of Commons not to exceed $46,347; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that entering into the subcontracts is contingent upon entering into the Agreement with the State; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the subcontracts are contingent throughout the subcontract period on the availability of grant funds from the State of Michigan for these purposes; BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Board Chairperson and County Clerk are authorized to sign any necessary contracts/subcontracts consistent with this resolutions subject to approval as to form by the City Attorney.

INTRODUCTION OF ORDINANCE Council Member Jeffries, Chair of the Committee on Development and Planning introduced: An ordinance of the City of Lansing, Michigan, providing for the rezoning of a parcel of real property located in the City of Lansing, Michigan, and for the revision of the district maps adopted by Section 1246.02 of the Code of Ordinances. Property identified as: Z-8-2010, 110 N. Magnolia Avenue, from "F-1" Commercial district to "B" Residential district The Ordinance is referred to the Committee on Development and Planning.

BY THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT & PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING Resolved by the City Council of the City of Lansing that a public hearing be set for Monday, October 11, 2010, at 7 p.m. in City Council Chambers, Tenth Floor, Lansing City Hall, 124 West Michigan Avenue, Lansing, Michigan, for the purpose of approving and/or opposing the Ordinance for rezoning: Z-8-2010, 110 N. Magnolia Avenue, from "F-1" Commercial district to "B" Residential district

ORDINANCE # AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LANSING, MICHIGAN, PROVIDING FOR THE REZONING OF A PARCEL OF REAL PROPERTY LOCATED IN THE CITY OF LANSING, MICHIGAN AND FOR THE REVISION OF THE DISTRICT MAPS ADOPTED BY SECTION 1246.02 OF THE CODE OF ORDINANCES. The City of Lansing ordains: Section 1. That the district maps adopted by and incorporated as Section 1246.02 of the Code of Ordinances of the City of Lansing, Michigan be amended to provide as follows: To change the zoning classification of the property described as follows: Z-8-2010 Case Number: 110 N. Magnolia Avenue Address: PPN: 33-01-01-14-153-181 Parcel Number: Legal Descriptions: North 2 Rods of Lots 165 & 166, Columbia Park, City of Lansing, Ingham County, State of Michigan, from "F-1" Commercial District to "B" Residential District. Section 2. All ordinances or parts of ordinances inconsistent with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. Section 3. This ordinance was duly adopted by the Lansing City Council on , 2010, and a copy is available in the office of the Lansing City Clerk, 9th Floor, City Hall, 124 W. Michigan Avenue, Lansing, MI 48933.

Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect upon the expiration of seven (7) days from the date this notice of adoption is published in a newspaper of general circulation.

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ORDINANCE #1159 AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LANSING, MICHIGAN, TO AMEND SECTION 1248.03 OF THE LANSING CODIFIED ORDINANCES TO ADDRESS THE PRESENCE OF PRIMARY CAREGIVERS UNDER THE MICHIGAN MEDICAL MARIHUANA ACT IN RESIDENTIAL DISTRICTS. THE CITY OF LANSING ORDAINS: Section 1. That Section 1248.03 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Lansing, Michigan, be and is hereby amended to read as follows: 1248.03. Uses permitted subject to special conditions. (a) Conditional uses described in this section shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District, if the dimensional requirements described in Sections 1248.05 to 1248.12, the landscaping, screening and buffering requirements described in Chapter 1290, the conditions imposed by this section and all local, State and Federal laws are met. (b) An accessory structure and/or an accessory use which meets all of the following floor area conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District, except as otherwise specifically provided in this section: (I) TABLE INSET: Square Square Maximum Square Maximum Lot Size Maximum All Footage of Attached Footage of Footage of Detached (square Garages Accessory Buildings Accessory Garages foot) Less than 600 5,000 5,000-7,800 7,801-10,800 10,80-21,780 21,781-43,560 43,560+ 720 770 840 1 , 000 1,200 800 1,000 1,050 1,200 1,200 1,400 600 800 800 1,000 1,000 1,200

(2) The floor area of additions and structures attached to the private garage, including, but not limited to, covered patios, decks, storage areas and carports, shall be included in calculating the total allowable floor area of that garage.

(3) The floor area of a garage or carport space in a Planned Residential Development shall not exceed 770 square feet. (4) The floor area of an accessory building shall not exceed the ground floor area of the principal building. (5) A single-family lot shall not have more than one storage shed and one garage or detached carport. (6) Each accessory structure shall not be located closer than 60 feet from the front lot line, nor closer than three feet to a rear or side lot line, unless attached to the structure containing the principal use. Detached accessory structures of 1,000 square feet or more shall be setback not less than six feet from a side lot line and a rear lot line. If an accessory structure is attached to a structure containing the principal use, it shall meet all dimensional requirements imposed upon the structure containing the principal use, except as provided in subsection (n) hereof. (7) Accessory structures for an approved nonresidential use shall comply with the setback requirements for the principal structures and shall provide landscaping, screening and buffering in accordance with Chapter 1290. These accessory structures are not subject to the size limitations of this section. (8) On through lots, an accessory structure located behind the principal structure shall conform to the front yard setback of the district in which it is located. (9) An attached garage with doors, that is designed for three or more vehicles, shall have at least one vehicle stall offset by not less than two feet from the front facade of the remaining vehicle stalls. (10) The accessory structure shall not involve the operation of a business. (11) An accessory structure shall not be used to service or repair a motor vehicle owned by a person other than a person having a legal or equitable interest in the lot on which the accessory structure is located. (12) No accessory structure may be a public garage. (13) An accessory use on a lot shall not include motor vehicle repair. "Motor vehicle repair" does not include minor motor vehicle service which is completed within a 24hour period and is limited to: A. B. C. D. Changing oil or other fluids; Minor tuneup; Tire rotation; and Changing brake pads if the vehicle is supported in a safe manner.

(14) An accessory use of a lot may include the parking of up to four operable vehicles or one operable vehicle for each licensed resident driver at the dwelling, whichever is greater. All vehicles must be incidental to the primary use and not be stored on the lot. (15) An accessory use on a lot shall not include junk storage. (c) A temporary structure or a temporary use which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) In the case of a temporary structure, a permit has been issued by the Building Safety Office authorizing the temporary structure. (2) In the case of a temporary use, a permit has been issued by the Planning Division. In determining whether to issue a permit, the Planning Division shall review a request in accordance with the standards outlined in Section 1282.02(f)(1) to (9) and shall approve the request, deny it or approve it with conditions. (3) The person issued a permit under subsection (c)(1) or (2) hereof agrees in writing to remove the temporary structure or cease temporary use pursuant to the permit. (4) Permits issued under subsection (c)(1) or (2) hereof shall be for a period not to exceed two weeks, and upon request may be extended twice for a period not to exceed two weeks for each extension. (d) The temporary use of a permanent structure as a real estate office for the purpose of marketing new residential development which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) The temporary use of the permanent structure is located within the residential development. (2) The temporary use of the permanent structure shall be removed after three years, or after 90 percent of the residential development is sold, whichever comes first. (e) A home occupation which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) No person, other than a member of the family residing in the dwelling unit, SHALL engages in the home occupation AND NO MORE THAN ONE PRIMARY CAREGIVER, AS THAT TERM IS DEFINED IN THE MICHIGAN MEDICAL MARIHUANA ACT, BEING MCL 333.26421 ET SEQ., AS AMENDED, SHALL ENGAGE IN THE ACTIVITIES OF A PRIMARY CAREGIVER ON ANY LOT. (2) The use of the dwelling unit as a home occupation SHALL BE is clearly incidental and subordinate to its use for residential purposes.

(3) Not more than 20 percent of the gross floor area of the dwelling unit is used in any way for the home occupation. (4) No change occurs in the outside appearance of the dwelling. (5) Not more than, nr,csign exists, which sign does not cxcccd one square foot in area, is not illuminated and is mounted flat against thc wall of thc dwelling. NO SIGNS SHALL BE POSTED ON THE LOT ADVERTISING ANY HOME OCCUPATION. (6) The sale of goods does not occur in the dwelling unit or on the lot on which the dwelling unit is located. (7) No equipment is used, except equipment which is normally used for purely domestic or household purposes. Equipment not normally used for purely domestic or household purposes OR ANY PORTION OF THE DWELLING UNIT WHERE ENERGY USE AND HEAT GENERATION RESULTING FROM'THE GROWTH OF MARIHUANA EXCEEDS LEVELS REASONABLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO RESIDENTIAL USES ARE PERMITTED magi be instaled if the Board of Zoning Appeals approves such use. The Board shall approve of such use if it is satisfied that the intensity of use will not be increased to a level that will adversely impact any lot within 300 feet of the lot seeking Board approval AND THAT ANY ENERGY USE AND HEAT GENERATION RESULTING FROM THE GROWTH OF MARIHUANA EXCEEDING LEVELS REASONABLY ATTRIBUTABLE TO RESIDENTIAL USES HAS BEEN APPROVED BY THE FIRE MARSHAL OR HIS OR HER DESIGNEE AND THE BUILDING SAFETY OFFICE. (8) No activity related to the occupation occurring on the premises including clients, customers, or pickup and delivery vehicles shall adversely impact the surrounding neighborhood or the right of surrounding residents to quiet enjoyment of their property, including but not limited to, the creation of noise, vibrations, odors, heat, glare, UNNATURAL LIGHT, or electrical interference detectable beyond the property line; or have any pickup or delivery by motor vehicle before 7:00 a.m. or after 7:00 p.m. and not more than a total of ten pickups or deliveries each day during the permitted time. (9) FOR PURPOSES OF THIS SUBSECTION, ANY TERM DEFINED BY 21 USC 860(e) SHALL HAVE THE MEANING GIVEN TO IT BY 21 USC 860(e). NO PERSON PRIMARY CAREGIVER AS A HOME NO PERSON WHO ENGAGES IN THE ACTIVITIES OF A PRIMARY CAREGIVER AS A HOME OCCUPATION SHALL ENGAGE IN THE TRANSFER, DISTRIBUTION, OR ADMINISTRATION TO ANY PATIENT: (A) WITHIN 1000 FEET OF THE REAL PROPERTY COMPRISING A- PUBLIC OR PRIVATE ELEMENTARY, VOCATIONAL, OR SECONDARY SCHOOL; A PUBLIC OR PRIVATE COLLEGE, JUNIOR COLLEGE, OR UNIVERSITY; A PLAYGROUND; A CHURCH OR OTHER STRUCTURE IN WHICH RELIGIOUS SERVICES ARE CONDUCTED; A FACILITY AT WHICH SUBSTANCE ABUSE PREVENTION

SERVICES OR SUBSTANCE ABUSE TREATMENT AND REHABILITATION SERVICES, AS THOSE TERMS ARE DEFINED IN PART 61 OF PA 368 OF 1978, BEING MCL 333.6101 ET SEQ, ARE OFFERED; OR (B) WITHIN 100 FEET OF A PUBLIC OR PRIVATE YOUTH CENTER, PUBLIC SWIMMING POOL, OR VIDEO ARCADE FACILITY. (10) ALL MARIHUANA PLANTS SHALL BE KEPT IN AN ENCLOSED, LOCKED FACILITY, AS THAT TERM IS DEFINED IN THE MICHIGAN MEDICAL MARIHUANA ACT. (11) THIS SECTION SHALL APPLY TO EVERY PERSON ENGAGING IN THE ACTIVITIES OF A PRIMARY CAREGIVER AS A HOME OCCUPATION, REGARDLESS OF WHETHER OR NOT THE ACTIVITIES COMMENCED PRIOR TO THE ENACTMENT OF THIS SECTION. (f) A temporary bulletin board or sign which meets all of the requirements of Chapter 1440 of Part Fourteen--the Building and Housing Code and does not exceed ten square feet in area shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District, if the sign advertises the sale or lease of a structure or lot on which the sign is located. (g) An educational facility, except an educational facility or an agent thereof that is a high school, college, university, trade or vocational school or a community or junior college, shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District. (h) A group day care home which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) The facility provides and maintains on the lot not less than 900 square feet of outdoor play space. (2) The use of the structure as a group day care home shall be clearly incidental to the principal residential use. (3) One person, other than a member of the family residing in the dwelling, may be employed, so long as that person is not the primary caregiver. (4) No change occurs in the outside appearance of the dwelling. (5) No signs are permitted. (6) The outdoor play space shall be fenced. This requirement can be waived by approval of the Planning Division if the specified outdoor area is common open space shared with other dwelling units.

(i) A golf course which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) The lot on which the golf course is located has not less than one lot line abutting a principal or minor arterial, as defined in the Comprehensive Plan. (2) Each vehicular ingress or egress is directly onto a principal or minor arterial, except if approval is obtained from the Planning Board after a public hearing is held pursuant to the procedures described in Section 1282.02. (j) An outdoor swimming pool which is owned and operated by a governmental entity and which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) Front, rear and side yards are not less than 80 feet, except as provided in paragraph (j)(2) hereof. (2) If a front, rear or side yard is abutting a D-1, E-1, E-2, F, G-1, G-2, H, I or J District, then the yard which abuts such District shall meet the dimensional requirements of the District which abuts such yard. (3) No parking exists in the front yard. (4) No accessory structure is located in the front yard. (k) An indoor swimming pool which is owned and operated by a governmental entity and which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) Front, rear and side yards are not less than 25 feet, except as provided in paragraph (k)(2) hereof. (2) If a front, rear or side yard abuts a D-1, E-1, E-2, F, G-1, G-2, H, I or J District, then the yard which abuts such District shall meet the dimensional requirements of the District which abuts such front, rear or side yard. (I) A library or museum which is owned and operated by a governmental entity and which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) Front, rear and side yards are not less than 25 feet, except as provided in subsection (1)(2) hereof. (2) If a front, rear or side yard abuts a D-1, E-1, E-2, F, G-1, G-2, H, I or J District, then the yard which abuts such District shall meet the dimensional requirements of the District which abuts such front, rear or side yard.

(3) No parking exists in the front yard. (4) No accessory structure is located in the front yard. (m) A functional family which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) Not more than three persons shall be allowed. (2) The square footage of the bedroom area shall meet the minimum requirements of the Building Code. (3) There is one off-street parking space for each vehicle associated with the members of the functional family, but not less than two off-street parking spaces altogether. (n) An attached open carport which meets all of the following conditions shall be permitted in an A, A-1 or B Residential District: (1) The carport is attached to the principal structure. (2) The carport is completely open on not less than two sides. (3) The carport is at least three feet from the side lot line and six feet from the closest point that a structure could be or is built on an adjacent lot. Section 2. All ordinances, resolutions or rules, parts of ordinances, resolutions or rules inconsistent with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. Section 3. Should any section, clause or phrase of this ordinance be declared to be invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole, or any part thereof other than the part so declared to be invalid. . Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect on the 30th day after enactment, unless given immediate effect by City Council.

PASSAGE OF ORDINANCE An Ordinance of the City of Lansing, Michigan, to Repeal Chapter 1615 of the Lansing Codified Ordinances and Add a New Chapter 1615, to align its provisions with those of the Michigan Penal Code Fireworks Chapter, to allow for issuance of permits for retail sale for three months or for one year, and to clarify when inspections of permittees will be conducted Is read a second time by its title. The Ordinance was reported from the Committee on Public Safety and is on the order of immediate passage. By Council Member Wood

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3 CHAPTER 1615 OF THE LANSING CODIFIED ORDINANCES AND ADD A NEW 4 CHAPTER 1615, TO ALIGN ITS PROVISIONS WITH THOSE OF THE MICHIGAN PENAL 5 CODE FIREWORKS CHAPTER, TO ALLOW FOR ISSUANCE OF LICENSES FOR 6 RETAIL SALE FOR THREE MONTHS OR FOR ONE YEAR, AND TO CLARIFY WHEN 7 INSPECTIONS OF LICENSEES WILL BE CONDUCTED. 8 9 THE CITY OF LANSING ORDAINS: Section 1. That Chapter 1615 of the Codified Ordinances of the City of Lansing,

10 Michigan, be and is hereby repealed and replaced with the following: 11 CHAPTER 1615. FIREWORKS ORDINANCE 12 1615.01. PURPOSE 13 THE PURPOSE OF THIS CHAPTER IS TO PRESERVE THE PUBLIC HEALTH, SAFETY, 14 AND WELFARE BY ESTABLISHING REGULATIONS FOR THE USE, POSSESSION, 15 SALE, STORAGE, AND TRANSPORTATION OF FIREWORKS WITHIN THE CITY. 16 1615.02. DEFINITIONS 17 AS USED IN THIS CHAPTER: 18

FIREWORKS MEANS "FIREWORKS" AS DEFINED IN MCL 750.243a(1)(a).

19 1615.03. MANUFACTURE OF FIREWORKS PROHIBITED 20 THE MANUFACTURE OF FIREWORKS WITHIN THE CITY IS PROHIBITED. 21 1615.04. GENERAL PROHIBITIONS

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (a) NO PERSON SHALL PURCHASE, SELL, OFFER FOR SALE, POSSESS, TRANSPORT, 2 OR USE ANY FIREWORKS EXCEPT AS PERMITTED BY THIS CHAPTER, CHAPTER 3 1610 OF THIS CODE, STATE LAW, AND FEDERAL LAW. 4 (b) ANY PERSON 18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER OR ANY PERSON UNDER 18 YEARS 5 OF AGE WHO IS PROPERLY SUPERVISED BY A PARENT OR ADULT GUARDIAN 6 MAY PURCHASE, POSSESS, OR USE, IN ACCORDANCE WITH CHAPTER 1610 OF 7 THIS CODE, THOSE FIREWORKS FOR WHICH MCL 750.243a(3) DOES NOT REQUIRE 8 A PERMIT. NOTHING IN THIS SUBSECTION SHALL BE CONSTRUED AS 9 AUTHORIZING THE USE OF FIREWORKS BY A PERSON FOR WHOM NO AMOUNT 10 OF SUPERVISION WOULD RENDER SUCH PERSON'S USE SAFE OR APPROPRIATE, 11 NOR SHALL ANYTHING IN THIS SUBSECTION BE CONSTRUED AS PROVIDING 12 IMMUNITY FROM LIABILITY FOR NEGLIGENT USE OF FIREWORKS BY ANY 13 PERSON, NEGLIGENTLY ALLOWING ANY PERSON TO USE FIREWORKS, 14 NEGLIGENT SUPERVISION OF THE USE OF FIREWORKS BY ANY PERSON, OR ANY 15 OTHER SIMILAR CAUSE OF ACTION. 16 (c) NO PERSON SHALL USE FIREWORKS BETWEEN THE HOURS OF 11 P.M. AND 7 17 A.M. UNLESS THE PERSON DOES SO PURSUANT TO A FIREWORKS DISPLAY 18 LICENSE ISSUED UNDER SECTION 1615.06. 19 (d) FOR EMERGENCY SIGNAL PURPOSES, RAILROADS MAY USE THOSE 20 FIREWORKS PERMITTED FOR SUCH USE BY MCL 750.243a(3)(f) AFTER NOTIFYING 21 THE FIRE MARSHAL. 22 (e) THIS CHAPTER DOES NOT PROHIBIT SHIPPING FIREWORKS DIRECTLY OUT OF 23 STATE IN COMPLIANCE WITH FEDERAL REGULATIONS.

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 1615.05. WHOLESALE LICENSES 2 (a) NO PERSON SHALL SELL OR OFFER TO SELL WHOLESALE FIREWORKS 3 WITHOUT FIRST HAVING A VALID LICENSE. A LICENSE MAY BE ISSUED UNDER 4 THIS SECTION FOR A TERM OF ONE YEAR. COUNCIL MAY ESTABLISH, BY 5 RESOLUTION, APPROPRIATE FEES FOR LICENSES ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION. 6 (b) APPLICATION FOR SUCH A LICENSE MUST BE MADE IN WRITING, TO THE CITY 7 CLERK, AT LEAST 45 BUSINESS DAYS BEFORE: THE APPLICANT PLANS TO 8 ENGAGE IN THE WHOLESALE SALE OF FIREWORKS; OR AN EXISTING LICENSE 9 EXPIRES. THE APPLICATION SHALL CONTAIN ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: 10 (1) A NON-REFUNDABLE LICENSE FEE IN THE AMOUNT SET BY COUNCIL 11 RESOLUTION. 12 (2) THE APPLICANT'S NAME, THE APPLICANT'S VERIFIED EMAIL ADDRESS, AND 13 AT LEAST ONE PHONE NUMBER AT WHICH THE APPLICANT CAN BE REACHED. 14 (3) PROOF OF A BOND, AN INSURANCE POLICY NAMING THE CITY AS CO15 INSURED, OR A COMBINATION OF BOTH, AVAILABLE FOR THE PAYMENT OF ANY 16 DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF AN ACT OR OMISSION OF THE LICENSEE OR HIS 17 AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, OR SUBCONTRACTORS, COVERING THE FOLLOWING: (A) 18 AT LEAST FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($500,000) FOR PROPERTY 19 DAMAGE; AND (B) AT LEAST FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($500,000) FOR 20 INJURY TO ONE PERSON AND ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) FOR INJURY TO 21 TWO OR MORE PERSONS RESULTING FROM THE SAME OCCURRENCE. 22 (4) IDENTIFICATION OF THE PREMISES WHERE FIREWORKS ARE TO BE SOLD, 23 INCLUDING A SITE PLAN; THE LOCATION ON THE PREMISES WHERE FIREWORKS

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 ARE TO BE SOLD; THE LOCATION ON THE PREMISES WHERE FIREWORKS ARE TO 2 BE STORED; THE NAME OF THE OWNER OF THE PREMISES; THE NAME OF ANY 3 BUSINESS OPERATED ON THE PREMISES AND THE NAME OF ITS OPERATOR; AND 4 THE NAME OF ALL PERSONS WHO WILL SELL THE FIREWORKS. 5 (5) THE MOST RECENT INSPECTION REPORT OF THE APPLICANT'S FIRE 6 SUPPRESSION SYSTEM AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AND DOCUMENTATION 7 SHOWING THAT THE SYSTEMS ARE MONITORED. 8 (6) DISCLOSURE OF ANY CITATION OR CONVICTION FOR, OR GUILTY PLEA TO, A 9 VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, ANY STATE, OR ANY LOCAL 10 UNIT OF GOVERNMENT REGULATING THE SALE, USE, OR POSSESSION OF 11 FIREWORKS BY THE APPLICANT, ANY PERSON WITH AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST 12 IN THE APPLICANT, THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPERVISION OF THE 13 STORAGE BUILDING, OR ANY PERSON WHO WILL SELL THE FIREWORKS. 14 (7) AN AFFIDAVIT THAT NEITHER THE APPLICANT NOR ANY PERSON WITH AN 15 OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN THE APPLICANT IS IN DEFAULT TO THE CITY. 16 (8) ANY OTHER ITEM OR INFORMATION DEEMED NECESSARY BY THE CITY 17 CLERK, THE FIRE MARSHAL, THE CITY ATTORNEY, OR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT '18 TO COMPLETE AN INVESTIGATION OF THE APPLICANT. 19 (c) THE CITY CLERK SHALL REFER THE APPLICATION TO THE CITY ATTORNEY, 20 THE FIRE MARSHAL, THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE CITY TREASURER FOR 21 APPROVAL. 22 (d) BEFORE APPROVING THE APPLICATION, THE FIRE MARSHAL SHALL:

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (1) INSPECT THE LOCATION OF THE STORAGE BUILDING FOR COMPLIANCE WITH 2 THE REQUIREMENTS OF MCL 750.243d, CHAPTER 1610 OF THIS CODE, AND 3 CHAPTER 1420 OF THIS CODE. 4 (2) CONFIRM THAT NEITHER THE APPLICANT, THE PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR 5 SUPERVISION OF THE STORAGE BUILDING, NOR ANY PERSON WHO WILL SELL 6 THE FIREWORKS IS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE; AND THAT ALL SUCH PERSONS 7 ARE OTHERWISE COMPETENT FOR THEIR DUTIES. 8 (e) IF EVERY PERSON AND DEPARTMENT NAMED IN SUBSECTION (c) APPROVES 9 THE APPLICATION IN WRITING, THE APPLICATION SHALL BE REFERRED TO CITY 10 COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL. THE FIRE MARSHAL OR THE CITY ATTORNEY MAY 11 IMPOSE ADDITIONAL REASONABLE LIMITATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS ON THE 12 LICENSE AND MAY CONDITION APPROVAL OF THE APPLICATION ON SUCH 13 LIMITATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS. 14 (f) A LICENSE ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION IS NOT TRANSFERABLE. 15 (g) A LICENSEE SHALL REPORT ANY CHANGE IN THE INFORMATION REQUIRED 16 TO BE CONTAINED ON AN APPLICATION UNDER THIS SECTION TO THE CITY 17 CLERK WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THE CHANGE. THE CITY CLERK SHALL FORWARD 18 ANY INFORMATION RECEIVED PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION TO THE CITY 19 ATTORNEY, THE FIRE MARSHAL, AND THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. 20 1615.06. FIREWORKS DISPLAY LICENSES 21 (a) NO PERSON SHALL SPONSOR A DISPLAY OF FIREWORKS NOT LISTED IN MCL 22 750.243a(3) WITHOUT FIRST HAVING A VALID LICENSE. COUNCIL MAY

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 ESTABLISH, BY RESOLUTION, APPROPRIATE FEES FOR LICENSES ISSUED UNDER 2 THIS SECTION. 3 (b) APPLICATION FOR SUCH A LICENSE MUST BE MADE IN WRITING, TO THE CITY 4 CLERK, AT LEAST 30 BUSINESS DAYS BEFORE THE PROPOSED DATE OF THE 5 DISPLAY UNLESS APPLICATION WITHIN A SHORTER PERIOD OF TIME IS 6 APPROVED BY THE FIRE MARSHAL. THE APPLICATION SHALL CONTAIN ALL OF 7 THE FOLLOWING: 8 (1) A NON-REFUNDABLE LICENSE FEE IN THE AMOUNT SET BY COUNCIL 9 RESOLUTION. 10 (2) THE APPLICANT'S NAME, THE APPLICANT'S VERIFIED EMAIL ADDRESS, AND 11 AT LEAST ONE PHONE NUMBER AT WHICH THE APPLICANT CAN BE REACHED. 12 (3) PROOF OF A BOND, AN INSURANCE POLICY NAMING THE CITY AS CO13 INSURED, OR A COMBINATION OF BOTH, AVAILABLE FOR THE PAYMENT OF ANY 14 DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF AN ACT OR OMISSION OF THE LICENSEE OR HIS 15 AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, OR SUBCONTRACTORS, COVERING THE FOLLOWING: (A) 16 AT LEAST FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($500,000) FOR PROPERTY 17 DAMAGE; AND (B) AT LEAST FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($500,000) FOR 18 INJURY TO ONE PERSON AND ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) FOR INJURY TO 19 TWO OR MORE PERSONS RESULTING FROM THE SAME OCCURRENCE. 20 (4) THE NAMES OF ALL PERSONS WHO WILL OPERATE THE DISPLAY, THEIR AGE, 21 A DESCRIPTION OF THEIR RELEVANT EXPERIENCE, AND COPIES OF STATE 22 ISSUED IDENTIFICATIONS. 23 (5) THE PROPOSED DATE, TIME, AND EXACT LOCATION OF THE DISPLAY.

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (6) A DESCRIPTION OF THE TYPE AND QUANTITY OF FIREWORKS TO BE USED IN 2 THE DISPLAY. 3 (7) THE MANNER AND LOCATION OF THE STORAGE OF THE FIREWORKS PRIOR 4 TO THE DISPLAY. 5 (8) DISCLOSURE OF ANY CITATION OR CONVICTION FOR, OR GUILTY PLEA TO, A 6 VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, ANY STATE OR ANY LOCAL 7 UNIT OF GOVERNMENT REGULATING THE SALE, USE, OR POSSESSION OF 8 FIREWORKS BY THE APPLICANT, ANY PERSON WITH AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST 9 IN THE APPLICANT, OR ANY PERSON WHO WILL OPERATE THE DISPLAY. 10 (9) AN AFFIDAVIT THAT NEITHER THE APPLICANT NOR ANY PERSON WITH AN 11 OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN THE APPLICANT IS IN DEFAULT TO THE CITY. 12 (10) IF THE APPLICANT IS A NONRESIDENT PERSON, WRITTEN APPOINTMENT OF 13 A RESIDENT AGENT TO SERVE AS LEGAL REPRESENTATIVE UPON WHOM ALL 14 PROCESS IN AN ACTION OR PROCEEDING AGAINST THE PERSON MAY BE 15 SERVED. 16 (11) ANY OTHER ITEM OR INFORMATION DEEMED NECESSARY BY THE CITY 17 CLERK, THE FIRE MARSHAL, THE CITY ATTORNEY, OR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 18 TO COMPLETE AN INVESTIGATION OF THE APPLICANT. 19 (c) THE CITY CLERK SHALL REFER THE APPLICATION TO THE CITY ATTORNEY, 20 THE FIRE MARSHAL, THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE CITY TREASURER FOR 21 APPROVAL. 22 (d) BEFORE APPROVING THE APPLICATION, THE FIRE MARSHAL SHALL:

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (1) INSPECT THE LOCATION OF THE PROPOSED DISPLAY TO CONFIRM THAT IT IS 2 A SAFE AND PROPER LOCATION FOR THE DISPLAY. 3 (2) CONFIRM THAT THE TIME AND ALL OTHER ASPECTS OF THE DISPLAY ARE 4 ADEQUATE TO ENSURE THE SAFETY OF PERSONS AND PROPERTY. 5 (3) EXAMINE THE FIREWORKS PROPOSED TO BE USED IN THE DISPLAY. 6 (4) CONFIRM THAT THE APPLICANT IS NOT UNDER THE AGE OF 18 AND THAT 7 ANY PERSON WHO WILL OPERATE THE DISPLAY IS NOT UNDER THE AGE OF 18 8 AND IS OTHERWISE COMPETENT TO PERFORM THE DISPLAY IN A SAFE MANNER, 9 BASED ON THE QUALIFICATIONS DESCRIBED IN THE APPLICATION. 10 (e) IF EVERY PERSON AND DEPARTMENT LISTED IN SUBSECTION (c) APPROVES 11 THE APPLICATION IN WRITING, THE APPLICATION SHALL BE REFERRED TO CITY 12 COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL. THE FIRE MARSHAL OR THE CITY ATTORNEY MAY 13 IMPOSE ADDITIONAL REASONABLE LIMITATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS ON THE 14 LICENSE AND CONDITION APPROVAL OF THE APPLICATION ON SUCH 15 LIMITATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS. 16 (f) ANY PERSON WITH A VALID DISPLAY LICENSE MAY PURCHASE, POSSESS, 17 USE, AND TRANSPORT FIREWORKS FOR PURPOSES RELATED TO THE DISPLAY 18 FOR WHICH THE LICENSE HAS BEEN GRANTED. 19 (g) THE FIRE MARSHAL AND HIS OR HER DESIGNEE SHALL HAVE THE RIGHT TO 20 BE PRESENT AT ANY DISPLAY FOR WHICH THIS SECTION REQUIRES A LICENSE. 21 THE FIRE MARSHAL AND HIS OR HER DESIGNEE SHALL ALSO HAVE THE RIGHT 22 TO TERMINATE ANY DISPLAY THAT (1) IS NOT CONDUCTED IN STRICT 23 COMPLIANCE WITH ANY REPRESENTATIONS MADE ON A LICENSE APPLICATION

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 AND WITH A LICENSE ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION, OR (2) IS CONDUCTED IN AN 2 UNSAFE MANNER. 3 (h) ANY PERSON TRANSPORTING FIREWORKS WITHIN THE CITY FOR THE 4 PURPOSE OF A DISPLAY FOR WHICH A LICENSE HAS BEEN ISSUED MUST CARRY 5 A COPY OF THE LICENSE AT ALL TIMES WHILE THE FIREWORKS ARE BEING 6 TRANSPORTED, MAY ONLY TRANSPORT SUCH FIREWORKS IN COMPLIANCE WITH 7 MCL 750.243c, AND SHALL NOTIFY THE FIRE MARSHAL OF WHEN THE FIREWORKS 8 WILL BE TRANSPORTED AND THE ROUTE TO BE USED. 9 (i) FIREWORKS LISTED ON A DISPLAY LICENSE MAY BE STORED IN THE CITY 10 DURING THE FOUR DAYS PRECEDING THE DATE OF THE DISPLAY, IN THE 11 MANNER DESCRIBED ON THE LICENSE APPLICATION OR AS OTHERWISE AGREED 12 UPON, IN WRITING, BY THE FIRE MARSHAL AND THE APPLICANT. 13 (j) A LICENSE ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION IS NOT TRANSFERABLE. 14 (k) A LICENSEE SHALL REPORT ANY CHANGE IN THE INFORMATION REQUIRED 15 TO BE CONTAINED ON AN APPLICATION UNDER THIS SECTION, BUT NO CHANGES 16 SHALL BE MADE WITHIN 1 BUSINESS DAY OF THE DATE OF THE DISPLAY FOR 17 WHICH THE LICENSE WAS ISSUED WITHOUT THE CONSENT OF THE FIRE 18 MARSHAL OR HIS OR HER DESIGNEE. THE CITY CLERK SHALL FORWARD ANY 19 INFORMATION RECEIVED PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION TO THE CITY 20 ATTORNEY, THE FIRE MARSHAL, AND THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. 21 1615.07. RETAIL LICENSES 22 (a) NO PERSON SHALL SELL AT RETAIL, OFFER FOR RETAIL SALE, OR EXPOSE 23 FOR RETAIL SALE ANY FIREWORKS WITHOUT FIRST HAVING A VALID LICENSE.

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 A LICENSE MAY BE ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION FOR A TERM OF THREE 2 MONTHS OR FOR A TERM OF ONE YEAR. COUNCIL MAY ESTABLISH, BY 3 RESOLUTION, APPROPRIATE FEES FOR EACH TYPE OF LICENSE ISSUED UNDER 4 THIS SECTION. 5 (b) APPLICATION FOR SUCH A LICENSE MUST BE MADE IN WRITING, TO THE CITY 6 CLERK, AT LEAST 45 BUSINESS DAYS BEFORE: THE APPLICANT PLANS TO 7 ENGAGE IN THE RETAIL SALE OF FIREWORKS; OR AN EXISTING LICENSE 8 EXPIRES. THE APPLICATION SHALL CONTAIN ALL OF THE FOLLOWING: 9 (1) IDENTIFICATION OF THE TYPE OF LICENSE FOR WHICH THE APPLICATION IS 10 BEING FILED (THREE-MONTH OR ONE-YEAR) AND THE CORRESPONDING NON11 REFUNDABLE LICENSE FEE IN THE AMOUNT SET BY COUNCIL RESOLUTION. 12 (2) THE APPLICANT'S NAME, THE APPLICANT'S VERIFIED EMAIL ADDRESS, AND 13 AT LEAST ONE PHONE NUMBER AT WHICH THE APPLICANT CAN BE REACHED. 14 (3) PROOF OF A BOND, AN INSURANCE POLICY NAMING THE CITY AS CO15 INSURED, OR A COMBINATION OF BOTH, AVAILABLE FOR THE PAYMENT OF ANY 16 DAMAGES ARISING OUT OF AN ACT OR OMISSION OF THE LICENSEE OR HIS 17 AGENTS, EMPLOYEES, OR SUBCONTRACTORS, COVERING THE FOLLOWING: (A) 18 AT LEAST FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($500,000) FOR PROPERTY 19 DAMAGE; AND (B) AT LEAST FIVE HUNDRED THOUSAND DOLLARS ($500,000) FOR 20 INJURY TO ONE PERSON AND ONE MILLION DOLLARS ($1,000,000) FOR INJURY TO 21 TWO OR MORE PERSONS RESULTING FROM THE SAME OCCURRENCE. 22 (4) IDENTIFICATION OF THE PREMISES WHERE FIREWORKS ARE TO BE SOLD, 23 INCLUDING A SITE PLAN; THE LOCATION ON THE PREMISES WHERE FIREWORKS

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 ARE TO BE SOLD; THE LOCATION ON THE PREMISES WHERE FIREWORKS ARE TO 2 BE STORED; THE NAME OF THE OWNER OF THE PREMISES; AND THE NAME OF 3 ANY BUSINESS LOCATED ON THE PREMISES AND THE NAME OF ITS OPERATOR. 4 (5) THE MOST RECENT INSPECTION REPORT OF THE APPLICANT'S FIRE 5 SUPPRESSION SYSTEM AND FIRE ALARM SYSTEM AND DOCUMENTATION 6 SHOWING THAT THE SYSTEMS ARE MONITORED. 7 (6) DISCLOSURE OF ANY CITATION OR CONVICTION FOR, OR GUILTY PLEA TO, A 8 VIOLATION OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, ANY STATE, OR ANY LOCAL 9 UNIT OF GOVERNMENT REGULATING THE SALE, USE, OR POSSESSION OF 10 FIREWORKS BY THE APPLICANT OR ANY PERSON WITH AN OWNERSHIP 11 INTEREST IN THE APPLICANT. 12 (7) AN AFFIDAVIT THAT NEITHER THE APPLICANT NOR ANY PERSON WITH AN 13 OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN THE APPLICANT IS IN DEFAULT TO THE CITY. 14 (8) ANY OTHER ITEM OR INFORMATION DEEMED NECESSARY BY THE CITY 15 CLERK, THE FIRE MARSHAL, THE CITY ATTORNEY, OR THE POLICE DEPARTMENT 16 TO COMPLETE AN INVESTIGATION OF THE APPLICANT. 17 (c) IF SALES ARE TO BE CONDUCTED FROM A TENT, ROADSIDE STAND, OR 18 OTHER NON-PERMANENT STRUCTURE, A PEDDLER'S OR TRANSIENT 19 MERCHANT'S LICENSE MUST ALSO BE OBTAINED. 20 (d) THE CITY CLERK SHALL REFER THE APPLICATION TO THE CITY ATTORNEY, 21 THE FIRE MARSHAL, THE POLICE DEPARTMENT, AND THE CITY TREASURER FOR 22 APPROVAL. 23 (e) BEFORE APPROVING THE APPLICATION, THE FIRE MARSHAL SHALL:

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (1) INSPECT THE PROPOSED PREMISES TO DETERMINE THAT THEY ARE A SAFE 2 PLACE TO STORE AND SELL FIREWORKS. 3 (2) CONFIRM THAT NEITHER THE APPLICANT NOR ANY PERSON WHO WILL SELL 4 THE FIREWORKS IS UNDER 18 YEARS OF AGE. 5 (f) IF EVERY PERSON AND DEPARTMENT LISTED IN SUBSECTION (d) APPROVES 6 THE APPLICATION IN WRITING, THE APPLICATION SHALL BE REFERRED TO CITY 7 COUNCIL FOR APPROVAL. THE FIRE MARSHAL OR THE CITY ATTORNEY MAY 8 IMPOSE ADDITIONAL REASONABLE LIMITATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS ON THE 9 LICENSE AND CONDITION APPROVAL OF THE APPLICATION ON SUCH 10 LIMITATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS. 11 (g) NO MORE THAN 2000 POUNDS OF GROSS WEIGHT OF FIREWORKS SHALL BE 12 PRESENT ON THE ENTIRE PREMISES FOR WHICH A LICENSE HAS BEEN ISSUED 13 UNDER THIS SECTION. 14 (h) A LICENSE ISSUED UNDER THIS SECTION IS NOT TRANSFERABLE. 15 (i) A LICENSEE SHALL REPORT ANY CHANGE IN THE INFORMATION REQUIRED 16 TO BE CONTAINED ON AN APPLICATION UNDER THIS SECTION TO THE CITY 17 CLERK WITHIN 10 DAYS OF THE CHANGE. THE CITY CLERK SHALL FORWARD 18 ANY INFORMATION RECEIVED PURSUANT TO THIS SUBSECTION TO THE CITY 19 ATTORNEY, THE FIRE MARSHAL, AND THE POLICE DEPARTMENT. 20 1615.08. ENFORCEMENT 21 (a) ALL SWORN MEMBERS OF THE LANSING POLICE DEPARTMENT, THE FIRE 22 MARSHAL, AND ALL FIRE INSPECTORS ARE HEREBY DESIGNATED AS 23 AUTHORIZED CITY OFFICIALS FOR THE PURPOSE OF ENFORCING THIS CHAPTER.

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (b) INSPECTIONS OF PREMISES FOR WHICH A LICENSE HAS BEEN ISSUED UNDER 2 THIS CHAPTER SHALL BE CONDUCTED IN THE MANNER BEST CALCULATED TO 3 SECURE COMPLIANCE WITH THIS CHAPTER AND THE APPROPRIATE NEEDS OF 4 THE CITY. 5 (c) WITHOUT A WARRANT, THE INDIVIDUALS AUTHORIZED IN SUBSECTION (a) 6 MAY: 7 (1) INSPECT ANY AREA OPEN TO THE PUBLIC DURING NORMAL BUSINESS HOURS 8 WITHOUT GIVING NOTICE OR SEEKING CONSENT; 9 (2) INSPECT ANY AREA NOT OPEN TO THE PUBLIC, WITH CONSENT; OR 10 (3) INSPECT ANY AREA, WITHOUT CONSENT, IF EXIGENT CIRCUMSTANCES ARE 11 PRESENT. 12 (d) IF NONE OF THE CIRCUMSTANCES LISTED IN SUBSECTION (c) EXIST, THE 13 INDIVIDUALS AUTHORIZED IN SUBSECTION (a) MAY SEEK A WARRANT ON ANY 14 OF THE FOLLOWING BASES: 15 (1) SELECTION OF THE LICENSED PREMISES PURSUANT TO A GENERAL 16 ADMINISTRATIVE PLAN DEVELOPED BY THE FIRE DEPARTMENT AND USING 17 NEUTRAL CRITERIA. SUCH NEUTRAL CRITERIA MAY INCLUDE THE HISTORY OF 18 VIOLATIONS OF THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, ANY STATE, OR ANY LOCAL 19 UNIT OF GOVERNMENT REGULATING THE SALE, USE, OR POSSESSION OF 20 FIREWORKS COMMITTED BY THE LICENSEE, ANY PERSON WITH AN OWNERSHIP 21 INTEREST IN THE LICENSEE, ANY PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPERVISION OF A 22 WHOLESALE LICENSEE'S STORAGE BUILDING, OR ANY PERSON WHO SELLS 23 FIREWORKS AS AN AGENT OF THE LICENSEE.

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (2) SPECIFIC EVIDENCE OF AN EXISTING VIOLATION OF THIS CHAPTER. 2 (3) ANY OTHER BASIS FOR WHICH THE STATE AND FEDERAL CONSTITUTIONS 3 PERMIT A SEARCH WARRANT TO BE ISSUED. 4 (e) ANY INDIVIDUAL IDENTIFIED IN SUBSECTION (a) MAY CONFISCATE ANY 5 FIREWORKS FOUND WITHIN THE CITY IN VIOLATION OF STATE OR FEDERAL 6 LAW OR ANY OF THE CODIFIED ORDINANCES OF THE CITY OF LANSING. WITHIN 7 20 DAYS OF THE CONFISCATION, NOTICE THAT THE FIREWORKS WILL BE 8 FORFEITED UNLESS A CLAIM FOR THEIR RETURN IS FILED SHALL BE GIVEN BY 9 (1) ORAL NOTICE TO A PERSON IN WHOSE POSSESSION THE FIREWORKS ARE 10 FOUND; OR (2) IF NO PERSON IS PRESENT AT THE BUILDING OR VEHICLE IN 11 WHICH THE FIREWORKS ARE FOUND, AFFIXING WRITTEN NOTICE TO THE 12 BUILDING OR VEHICLE. IF A VALID DISPLAY LICENSE IS PRESENTED, THE 13 FIREWORKS SHALL BE RETURNED TO THE LICENSEE IMMEDIATELY. 14 (f) ANY OTHER PERSON CLAIMING LAWFUL POSSESSION OF SEIZED FIREWORKS 15 MAY FILE A CLAIM FOR THEIR RETURN WITH THE CITY ATTORNEY, IN WRITING. 16 ANY SUCH CLAIM MUST STATE THE CLAIMANT'S GROUNDS FOR LAWFUL 17 POSSESSION. THE CLAIMANT MUST ALSO GIVE A BOND IN WHICHEVER OF THE 18 FOLLOWING TWO AMOUNTS IS GREATER: (1) TWO HUNDRED AND FIFTY 19 DOLLARS; OR (2) TEN PERCENT OF THE VALUE OF THE SEIZED FIREWORKS, UP TO 20 FIVE THOUSAND DOLLARS. THE BOND SHALL GUARANTEE PAYMENT OF THE 21 COSTS AND EXPENSES OF ANY FORFEITURE PROCEEDING, INCLUDING THE COST 22 OF STORING THE FIREWORKS FOR THE DURATION ( OF THE FORFEITURE

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 PROCEEDINGS, IF THE PROPERTY IS ORDERED FORFEIT. THE CITY MAY REQUIRE 2 THAT THE BOND BE GUARANTEED BY SURETIES MEETING ITS APPROVAL. 3 (g) UPON RECEIPT OF A CLAIM AND THE BOND REQUIRED BY SUBSECTION (f), 4 THE CITY ATTORNEY SHALL CONDUCT A HEARING AND RENDER A DECISION ON 5 THE QUESTION OF FORFEITURE WITHIN 20 DAYS. THE CLAIMANT MAY APPEAL 6 AN ADVERSE DETERMINATION BY THE CITY ATTORNEY TO THE CLAIMS REVIEW 7 COMMITTEE, CITY COUNCIL, OR CIRCUIT COURT. 8 (h) IF 20 DAYS HAVE PASSED SINCE A SEIZURE UNDER THIS SECTION AND A 9 CLAIM AND BOND HAVE NOT BEEN FILED, THE FIREWORKS ARE FORFEITED TO 10 THE CITY. IF ANY CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS RELATING TO THE SEIZED 11 FIREWORKS ARE PENDING, DISPOSITION OF THE FIREWORKS MUST BE 12 APPROVED BY THE CITY ATTORNEY IN WRITING. IF NO CRIMINAL PROCEEDINGS 13 RELATING TO THE SEIZED FIREWORKS ARE PENDING, THE CITY MAY DISPOSE OF 14 THE FIREWORKS. IN EITHER CASE, FIREWORKS SHALL BE DISPOSED OF 15 PROPERLY BY DESTRUCTION OR BY SALE TO A PERSON IN A JURISDICTION IN 16 WHICH POSSESSION OF THE FIREWORKS IS LEGAL. 17 1615.09. GROUNDS FOR DENIAL OR REVOCATION OF LICENSES REQUIRED BY 18 THIS CHAPTER 19 (a) A LICENSE ISSUED UNDER THIS CHAPTER MAY BE REVOKED AFTER AN 20 ADMINISTRATIVE HEARING AT WHICH THE CITY ATTORNEY, THE FIRE 21 MARSHAL, AND THE CHIEF OF POLICE DETERMINE THAT ANY GROUNDS FOR 22 REVOCATION UNDER SUBSECTION (b) EXIST. NOTICE OF THE TIME AND PLACE 23 OF THE HEARING AND THE GROUNDS FOR REVOCATION MUST BE GIVEN TO THE

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 LICENSEE AT LEAST FIVE DAYS PRIOR TO THE DATE OF THE HEARING, BY FIRST 2 CLASS MAIL TO THE ADDRESS GIVEN ON THE LICENSE APPLICATION OR ANY 3 ADDRESS PROVIDED PURSUANT TO SECTION 1615.05(g), SECTION 1615.06(k), OR 4 SECTION 1615.07(i). 5 (b) ANY LICENSE REQUIRED BY THIS CHAPTER MAY BE DENIED OR REVOKED ON 6 ANY OF THE FOLLOWING GROUNDS: 7 (1) THE APPLICANT COMMITS FRAUD OR MISREPRESENTATION OR MAKES A 8 FALSE STATEMENT DURING THE APPLICATION PROCESS. 9 (2) ANY CITATION OR CONVICTION FOR, OR GUILTY PLEA TO, A VIOLATION OF 10 THE LAWS OF THE UNITED STATES, ANY STATE, OR ANY LOCAL UNIT OF 11 GOVERNMENT REGULATING THE SALE, USE, OR POSSESSION OF FIREWORKS BY 12 ANY OF THE PERSONS FOR WHOM A DISCLOSURE OF SUCH INFORMATION IS 13 REQUIRED BY SECTIONS 1615.05(b)(6), 1615.06(b)(6), AND 1615.07(b)(6). 14 (3) THE APPLICANT OR A PERSON WITH AN OWNERSHIP INTEREST IN THE 15 APPLICANT IS IN DEFAULT TO THE CITY. 16 (4) THE APPLICANT HAS COMMITTED FRAUD OR MISREPRESENTATION OR HAS 17 MADE A FALSE STATEMENT WHILE CONDUCTING ANY ACTIVITY FOR WHICH 18 THIS CHAPTER REQUIRES A LICENSE. 19 (5) ANY VIOLATION OF FEDERAL, STATE, OR LOCAL LAW RELATED TO HEALTH, 20 SAFETY, OR WELFARE COMMITTED ON THE PREMISES FOR WHICH THE LICENSE 21 HAS BEEN ISSUED OR IS TO BE ISSUED. 22 (6) VIOLATION OF ANY LIMITATIONS OR REQUIREMENTS PLACED ON THE 23 LICENSE.

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PUBLIC SAFETY COMMITTEE DRAFT #5 September 14, 2010 1 (c) REVOCATION OF A LICENSE UNDER THIS SECTION MAY BE APPEALED TO THE 2 CITY COUNCIL. 3 1615.10. FEES NOT EXCLUSIVE 4 NOTHING IN THIS CHAPTER SHALL PRECLUDE THE IMPOSITION OF FEES BY 5 OTHER FEDERAL, STATE, OR LOCAL LAWS. 6 1615.11. PENALTY 7 ANY PERSON WHO VIOLATES THIS CHAPTER OR THE TERMS OF ANY LICENSE 8 ISSUED UNDER THIS CHAPTER IS RESPONSIBLE FOR A MISDEMEANOR AND 9 SUBJECT TO A FINE NOT EXCEEDING FIVE HUNDRED DOLLARS ($500.00), PLUS 10 COSTS OF PROSECUTION; IMPRISONMENT NOT EXCEEDING NINETY (90) DAYS; OR 11 BOTH, FOR EACH VIOLATION. 12 13 14 Section 2. All ordinances, resolutions or rules, parts of ordinances, resolutions or rules inconsistent with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. Section 3. Should any section, clause or phrase of this ordinance be declared to be

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City Attorney Dated:

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PASSAGE OF ORDINANCE An Ordinance of the City of Lansing, Michigan, to Amend Chapter 1020, Section 6, of the Lansing Codified Ordinances providing for removal of snow and ice by the City if the property owner fails to do so, and assessment of costs against the property owner Is read a second time by its title. The Ordinance was reported from the Committee on Public Safety and is on the order of immediate passage. By Council Member Hewitt

COUNCIL MEMBER DUNBAR HEWITT HOUGHTON JEFFRIES QUINNEY ROBINSON WOOD YORKO

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Draft #9 (amended in COW) September 9, 2010 1 2 ORDINANCE NO. AN ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF LANSING, MICHIGAN, TO AMEND

3 CHAPTER 1020, SECTION 6, OF THE LANSING CODIFIED ORDINANCES BY 4 PROVIDING FOR REMOVAL OF SNOW AND ICE BY THE CITY IF THE PROPERTY 5 OWNER FAILS TO DO SO, AND ASSESSMENT OF COSTS AGAINST THE PROPERTY 6 OWNER. 7 THE CITY OF LANSING ORDAINS: 8 Section 1. That Chapter 1020, Section 6, of the Codified Ordinances of the City of

9 Lansing, Michigan, be and is hereby amended to read as follows: 10 1020.06. Snow and ice.

11 (a) No person shall permit any snow or ice to remain on any PUBLIC sidewalk adjacent to any 12 house, building or lot owned or occupied by that person, or on the PUBLIC sidewalk adjacent to 13 any multifamily dwelling or unoccupied house, building or lot owned by that person, for more 14 than twenty-four hours after the same has fallen or formed. THE PROPERTY OWNER, AS 15 USED IN THIS SECTION, SHALL BE THE OWNER OF RECORD WHOSE NAME 16 APPEARS ON THE CITY'S PROPERTY ASSESSMENT RECORDS. 17 (b) No person shall place or cause to be placed ice or snow upon a right-of-way so as to impair 18 vehicular or pedestrian traffic. 19
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IF A PROPERTY OWNER FAILS TO REMOVE SNOW OR ICE FROM A PUBLIC

20 SIDEWALK AS REQUIRED IN SUBSECTION Lai, OR PLACES OR CAUSES TO BE 21 PLACED ICE OR SNOW UPON A RIGHT-OF-WAY AS PROHIBITED IN SUBSECTION 22 (b), PURSUANT TO STANDARDS TO BE PROMULGATED BY THE PUBLIC SERVICE 23 DEPARTMENT PRIOR TO ENFORCEMENT UNDER THIS ORDINANCE, INCLUDING

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Draft #9 (amended in COW) September 9, 2010 1 PROVISIONS FOR NOTICE AND SNOW ACCUMULATION, FOR REVIEW BY CITY 2 COUNCIL, THE CITY MAY DO THE FOLLOWING: 3 4 5 6 7 (1) NOTIFY ANY PROPERTY OWNER IN VIOLATION OF THESE SECTIONS BY WRITTEN NOTICE SENT BY FIRST-CLASS MAIL TO THE PROPERTY OWNER AT THE ADDRESS SHOWN ON THE ASSESSOR'S RECORDS AND BY NOTICE POSTED ON THE PROPERTY. THE NOTICE OF VIOLATION SHALL STATE THAT IF THE SNOW OR ICE IS NOT REMOVED WITHIN 24 HOURS OF THE DATE AND TIME NOTICE IS DEEMED RECEIVED BY MAIL, THE CITY MAY 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24. REMOVE THE SNOW OR ICE AT THE OWNER'S EXPENSE. NOTICES GIVEN BY MAIL SHALL BE DEEMED RECEIVED AT 5:00 P.M. TWO DAYS FOLLOWING THE DAY THE NOTICE IS DEPOSITED IN THE UNITED STATES MAIL, OR 5:00 P.M. ON THE NEXT MAIL DELIVERY DAY, WHICHEVER IS LATER. THE FAILURE OF ANY PERSON TO RECEIVE THE NOTICE SHALL NOT AFFECT THE VALIDITY OF ANY ACTION TAKEN UNDER THIS SECTION. (2) IF THE PROPERTY OWNER FAILS TO ABATE THE VIOLATION WITHIN 24 HOURS AFTER A NOTICE IS DEEMED RECEIVED BY MAIL, THE CITY MAY REMOVE THE SNOW OR ICE AND THE PROPERTY OWNER WILL BE ASSESSED THE CITY'S REMOVAL COST, INCLUDING AN ADMINISTRATIVE FEE, AS ESTABLISHED BY RESOLUTION FROM TIME TO TIME. (3) THE CITY ASSESSOR, UPON RECEIPT OF SNOW OR ICE REMOVAL DATA FROM THE PUBLIC SERVICE DEPARTMENT, SHALL MAKE AN ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR THE PROPERTIES AND THE ASSESSMENT ROLL SHALL BE PROCESSED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE ASSESSMENT PROCEDURE CONTAINED IN SECTION 1026.06(B) AND (C) OF THIS CODE OF ORDINANCE. 2
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Draft #9 (amended in COW) September 9, 2010 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 AFTER CONFIRMATION OF THE ASSESSMENT ROLL, THE ASSESSOR'S OFFICE SHALL PROCESS AND MAIL BY FIRST-CLASS MAIL THE SNOW OR ICE REMOVAL ASSESSMENT TO EACH PROPERTY OWNER. IF THE ASSESSMENT IS NOT PAID WITHIN 60 DAYS, IT SHALL BE PLACED AS A LIEN AGAINST THE PROPERTY AS PERMITTED BY LAW. ANY UNPAID PORTION OF THE SNOW OR ICE REMOVAL ASSESSMENT WILL BE SUBJECT TO A FIVE PERCENT (5%) ADDITIONAL ADMINISTRATIVE FEE IF NOT PAID WITHIN 60 DAYS.

9 (c) ^d1 ANY PERSON IN VIOLATION OF SUBSECTION La,) OR , OF THIS SECTION 10 SHALL ALSO BE RESPONSIBLE FOR A MUNICIPAL CIVIL INFRACTION AND MAY 11 BE FINED IN ACCORDANCE WITH SECTION 203.06 OF THIS CODE. For purposes of 12 13 14 15 16 establishing civil fines, all PUBLIC sidewalks and rights-of-way shall be divided into two tiers, as follows: (1) Tier one shall be every PUBLIC sidewalk adjacent to a roadway with a speed limit of 30 mph or more. (2) Tier two shall be all PUBLIC sidewalks which are not tier one.

17 (d) (e) A police officer or duly authorized agent of the City shall issue a snow violation citation 18 to the occupant or owner of any property in violation of this section. 19 The Director of Public Service shall designate personnel to be authorized by Council to enforce 20 this section. After such authorization, each designated person shall subscribe to an oath and place 21 the same on file with the City Clerk. The oath shall be in substantially the following form: 22 "I do solemnly swear (to uphold the Constitution of the United States, and) that I will faithfully

23 discharge my duties in enforcing the provisions of Section 1020.06 of the Codified Ordinances 24 of the City of Lansing." 3
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Draft #9 (amended in COW) September 9, 2010 1 (f) THIS ORDINANCE SHALL AUTOMATICALLY EXPIRE JULY 30, 2012 UNLESS 2 REENACTED OR EXTENDED 3 Section 2. All ordinances, resolutions or rules, parts of ordinances, resolutions or rules

4 inconsistent with the provisions hereof are hereby repealed. 5 Section 3. Should any section, clause or phrase of this ordinance be declared to be

6 invalid, the same shall not affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole, or any part thereof 7 8 other than the part so declared to be invalid. Section 4. This ordinance shall take effect on the 30th day after enactment, unless given

9 immediate effect by City Council. 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18
Approved as to form:

Brig Smith, City Attorney Dated:

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OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
9th Floor, City Hall 124 W. Michigan Avenue Lansing, Michigan 48933-1694 (517) 483-4141 (voice) (517) 483-4479 (TDD) (517) 483-6066 (Fax)

Virg Bernero, Mayor

TO: FROM: DATE: RE:

City Council President A'Lynne Robinson and Council Members Mayor Virg Bernero September 23, 2010 OPRA Certificate Revocation- Revoking OPRA Certificate Previously Granted to 3323 N. East Street, LLC.

The attached correspondence is forwarded for your review and appropriate action.

VB/rh Attachment

"Equal Opportunity Employer"

City of Lansing Inter-Departmental Memorandum

Virg Bernero, Mayor

To: From: Subject: Date:

Virg Bernero, Mayor Marchelle Smith, Lansing Economic Development Corporation CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM - 3323 N. East Street LLC (former Stampede Bar) September 20, 2010

Please forward this resolution to City Council for placement on the Agenda. If you have any questions, or need additional information, please give me a call at extension 5419.

"Equal Opportunity Employer"

BY THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, on November 10, 2008, the Lansing City Council adopted Resolution #577 to approve application filed by 3323 N. East Street, LLC requesting an Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Exemption Certificate (OPT Certificate) for a period of 12 years on property located at 3323 N. East Street, Lansing, Michigan pursuant to Public Act 146 of 2000, as amended; and WHEREAS, on December 22, 2008, the State Tax Commission approved the OPT Certificate #3-08-0025 for 3323 N. East Street, LLC on the property located at 3323 N. East Street, Lansing, Michigan beginning December 31, 2008, and ending December 30, 2010; and WHEREAS, Section 12 of the Obsolete Property Rehabilitation Act states that the legislative body of the qualified local governmental unit may, by resolution, revoke the obsolete property rehabilitation exemption certificate of a facility if it finds that the completion of rehabilitation of the facility has not occurred within the time authorized by the legislative body in the exemption certificate or a duly authorized extension of that time, or that the holder of the obsolete property exemption certificate has not proceeded in good faith with the operation of the rehabilitated facility in a manner consistent with the purposes of this act and in the absence of circumstances that are beyond the control of the holder of the exemption certificate; and WHEREAS, has not proceeded in good faith with the operation of the rehabilitated facility in a manner consistent with the purposes of this act because the City of Lansing Treasurer's Office has not received payment for real and personal property tax for the 2009 tax year for the property located at 3323 N. East Street, Lansing, Michigan; and WHEREAS, the City of Lansing Treasurer's Office sent written notification on March 26, 2010 to 3323 N. East Street, LLC informing them that revocation of the OPT Certificate would proceed unless all delinquent taxes were made current on or before April 30, 2010; and WHEREAS, 3323 N. East Street, LLC has not brought the delinquent real and personal property taxes current. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council hereby revokes the OPT Certificate #3-08-0025 previously granted to 3323 N. East Street, LLC. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council requests the Michigan State Tax Commission revoke the OPT Certificate #3-08-0025 it previously granted 3323 N. East Street, LLC.

BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the City Clerk shall immediately cause a certified copy of this resolution to be filed with the Michigan State Tax Commission.

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
9th Floor, City Hall 124 W. Michigan Avenue Lansing, Michigan 48933-1694 (517) 483-4141 (voice) (517) 483-4479 (TDD) (517) 483-6066 (Fax)

Virg Bernero, Mayor

TO: FROM: DATE: RE:

City Council President A'Lynne Robinson and Council Members Mayor Virg Bernero September 23, 2010 Resolution- Revoking the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone CertificatePreviously Granted to Jason McNeily-1315 Turner Street

The attached correspondence is forwarded for your review and appropriate action.

VB/rh Attachment

"Equal Opportunity Employer"

City of Lansing inter-Departmental Memorandum

Virg Bernero, Mayor

To: From: Subject: Date:

Virg Bernero, Mayor Marchelle Smith, Lansing Economic Development CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM - Jason McNeily, 1315 Turner Street September 20, 2010

Please forward this resolution to City Council for placement on the Agenda. If you have any questions, or need additional information, please give me a call at extension 5419.

"Equal Opportunity Employer"

BY THE COMMITTEE ON DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING WHEREAS, on April 25, 2005, the Lansing City Council adopted Resolution #158 to approve application from David Ferguson, Ferguson Development, LLC requesting a Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Property Tax Abatement Certificate for a period of 12 years on property located at 1315 Turner Street, Lansing, Michigan pursuant to Public Act 147 of 1992, as amended (the Act); and WHEREAS, on December 15, 2006, David Ferguson, Ferguson Development, LLC sold the property located at 1315 Turner Street, Lansing, Michigan to Jason McNeily as homeowner occupant; and WHEREAS, on April 17, 2007, the State Tax Commission approved the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate #N2005-0767 for Jason McNeily on the property located at 1315 Turner Street, Lansing, Michigan for a period of 12 years; and WHEREAS, Section 11 (4) of the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Act states that if the owner of the facility fails to make the annual payment of the neighborhood enterprise zone tax and the ad valorem property tax on the land as required under the general property tax act, 1893 PA 206, MCL 211.1 to 211.157, the commission by order shall revoke the certificate; and WHEREAS, the City of Lansing Treasurer's Office has not received payment for the neighborhood enterprise zone tax for the 2009 tax year for the property located at 1315 Turner Street, Lansing, Michigan; and WHEREAS, the City of Lansing Treasurer's Office sent written notification on March 26, 2010 to Jason McNeily informing him that revocation of the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate would proceed unless all delinquent taxes were made current on or before April 30, 2010; and WHEREAS, Jason McNeily has not brought the delinquent property taxes current. NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council hereby revokes the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate #N2005-0767 previously granted to Jason McNeily. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council requests that the Michigan State Tax Commission revoke the Neighborhood Enterprise Zone Certificate #N2005-0767 it previously granted Jason McNeily. BE IT FINALLY RESOLVED that the City Clerk shall immediately cause a certified copy of this resolution to be filed with the Michigan State Tax Commission.

OFFICE OF THE MAYOR
9th Floor, City Hall 124 W. Michigan Avenue Lansing, Michigan 48933-1694 (517) 483-4141 (voice) (517) 483-4479 (TDD) (517) 483-6066 (Fax)

Virg Bernero, Mayor

TO: FROM: DATE: RE:

City Council President A'Lynne Robinson and Council Members Mayor Virg Bernero September 23, 2010 Resolution- Setting a Public Hearing and Requesting Approval-Brownfield Plan # 51 -Knapp's Center Development Project

The attached correspondence is forwarded for your review and appropriate action.

VB/rh Attachment

"Equal Opportunity Employer"

City of Lansing Inter-Departmental Memorandum

Virg Bernero, Mayor

To: From: Subject: Date:

Virg Bernero, Mayor Karl Dorshimer - LEDC VP - Ph. 5152 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM - Knapp's Centre Brownfield Plan #51 September 22, 2010

Please forward this resolution to City Council for placement on the Agenda. If you have any questions, or need additional information, please give me a call.
Attachments

"Equal Opportunity Employer"

BY THE PLANNING AND DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING BROWNFIELD PLAN # 51 - THE KNAPP'S CENTRE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT WHEREAS, the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority has prepared and forwarded an approved Brownfield Plan pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act 381 of 1996, as amended, for property commonly referred to as 300 South Washington Square, located in the City of Lansing; and WHEREAS, prior to Council's action on this request, it is necessary to hold a public hearing on the Plan, to allow for any resident, taxpayer or ad valorem taxing unit the right to appear and be heard; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that a public hearing be held in the City Council Chambers of the City of Lansing, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, Michigan, on October 25, 2010 at 7:00 p.m. on Brownfield Plan #51 - The Knapp's Centre Redevelopment Project under the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, for property located within the boundary more particularly described as: Lots 1, 2 and E 56 ft Lots 11 & 12 Original Plat. And that the City Clerk cause notice of such hearing to be published twice in a publication of general circulation, no less than 10 days or more than 40 days prior to the date of the public hearing, and that the City Clerk also cause the legislative body of each taxing unit levying ad valorem taxes on this property, to be notified of Brownfield Plan 51 and the scheduled public hearing.

City of Lansing Notice of Public Hearing The Lansing City Council will hold a public hearing on October 24 at 7:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers, 10th Floor, Lansing City Hall, Lansing, MI, for the purpose stated below: To afford an opportunity for all residents, taxpayers of the City of Lansing, other interested persons and ad valorem taxing units to appear and be heard on the approval of Brownfield Plan #51 - The Knapp's Centre Redevelopment Project, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act 381 of 1996, as amended, for property located at 300 South Washington Square, in Lansing, Michigan, but more particularly described by parcel as: Lots 1, 2 and E 56 ft Lots 11 & 12 Original Plat. Approval of this Brownfield Plan will enable the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority to capture incremental tax increases which result from the redevelopment of the property to pay for costs associated therewith. Further information regarding this issue may be obtained from Karl Dorshimer, Economic Development Corporation of the City of Lansing, 401 N. Washington Square, Suite 100, Lansing, MI 48933, (517) 483-4140.

City Clerk

City of Lansing Inter-Departmental Memorandum

Virg Bernero, Mayor

To: From: Subject:

Virg Bernero, Mayor Karl Dorshimer - LEDC VP - Ph. 4152 CITY COUNCIL AGENDA ITEM - Knapp's Centre Brownfield Redeveloment Plan #51 September 22, 2010

Date:

Please forward this resolution to City Council for placement on the Agenda. If you have any questions, or need additional information, please give me a call.
Attachments

"Equal Opportunity Employer"

BY THE DEVELOPMENT AND PLANNING COMMITTEE RESOLVED BY THE CITY COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF LANSING RESOLUTION APPROVING BROWNFIELD PLAN #51 - THE KNAPP'S CENTRE REDEVELOPMENT PROJECT WHEREAS, the Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (the `Authority') of the City of Lansing, pursuant to and in accordance with the provisions of the Brownfield Redevelopment Financing Act, Public Act, Public Act 381 of 1996, as amended, (the `Act') has prepared a Brownfield Plan, submitted to Council and placed on file in the office of City Clerk, LBRA Brownfield Plan #51 The Knapp's Centre Redevelopment Project (the `Plan'); and WHEREAS, a public hearing was held by the Lansing City Council and at least 10 days before the public hearing the taxing jurisdictions were provided notice to be fully informed about the fiscal and economic implications of the proposed Plan and given a reasonable opportunity to express their views and recommendations regarding the Plan in accordance with Section 13 (10) and 14(1) of the Act; and WHEREAS, the Lansing City Council, after its public hearing on , reviewed testimony and evidence regarding the Plan, and found that: 1. 2. the Project Property was historically used for retail and office uses, the Plan provides for the reimbursement of costs attributable to eligible activities to the developer and the Authority, the Project includes, in addition to the eligible activities identified in the Plan, the redevelopment of the property, the Project may result in new private investment of approximately $36,400,000, the Plan provides for the capture of property tax increment revenues due to the private investment on the site, and devotes them to repaying the Authority for its' costs associated with eligible activities it performs, and to repaying the developer for their costs associated with eligible actives they perform, in accordance with the Plan,

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WHEREAS, the Authority Board of Directors, at its meeting on June 4, 2010, unanimously recommended approval of the Plan, for this Project; NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council, after having duly considered the Plan, finds it is in compliance with the provisions of the Act and further finds: 1. 2. The Plan constitutes a public purpose under the Act; The Plan meets all of the requirements for a Brownfield Plan set forth in Section 13 of the Act;

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The proposed method of financing the costs of the eligible activities, as described in the Plan, is feasible and the Authority has the ability to arrange the financing; The costs of the eligible activities proposed in the Plan are reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of the Act; and The amount of the captured taxable value estimated to result from the adoption of the Plan is reasonable.

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IT IS FINALLY RESOLVED that the Lansing City Council hereby approves the LBRA `Brownfield Plan #51 - The Knapp's Centre Redevelopment Project'.

Approved for placement on City Council Agenda

City Attorney

Date:

The Knapp's Centre Redevelopment Project

300 S. Washington Square Lansing, Michigan

Brownfield Plan #51

Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Lansing, Michigan

Approved by LBRA June 4, 2010

Table of Contents Section 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. 14. 15. Site Location and Photos Project Summary Sheet Past Use of the Property - Site History The Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority Brownfield Project Description Captured Taxable Value & Tax Increment Revenues Method of Brownfield Plan Financing Amount of Note or Bonded Indebtedness Incurred Duration of the Brownfield Plan Estimated Impact on Taxing Jurisdictions Legal Description 86 Site Map Personal Property Displacement of Persons Site Remediation Revolving Fund Other Information Page 2 5 6 7 7 7 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8 8

Exhibits Exhibit A Exhibit B Site Plan Legal Description of Property

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Project Summary Sheet Knapp's Centre Redevelopment Project George F. Eyde Limited Family Partnership & Louis J. Eyde Limited Family Partnership Mixed use redevelopment project 300 S. Washington Sq., Lansing, MI 33-01-01-16-331-112 (140,191 Sq ft. building) Current Taxable Value: $1,350,400 Complete historical restoration and rehabilitation of building into, office, retail, residential and business incubator space. Approximately $36,400,000. 200 full-time jobs created expected to each averaging approximately $35,000/yr. The project will create approximately 21 new housing units providing living space for 20 to 30 new downtown residents. 5 years

Project Name: Developer Type Development: Property Location: Property Num. & Size:

Project Description:

Estimated Investment: Job Creation:

Residential Units:

Duration of Plan: Taxes Generated: (Est. over 15 years)

New Income Taxes to City: $975,000

List of Incentives: (millions $)

$5.0 New Market Tax Credits - Private Investors $2.6 Renaissance Zone Abatement (PV @ 6%) $6.0 Federal Historic Tax Credits $2.0 HUD Brownfield Econ Development Grant $4.0 Michigan Historic Tax Credits $4.9 Brownfield Michigan Business Tax Credit $24.5 Total Incentives There will be no reimbursement of Eligible Activities.

Eligible Activities:

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Past Use of the Property - Site History

In 1893, Joseph W. Knapp, a salesman originally from Hillsdale, Michigan opened a dry-goods, coat and carpet store in Albion, Michigan in partnership with Frank W. Jewett, called Jewett & Knapp. By 1897, the store had relocated to 123 N. Washington Avenue in Lansing, occupying 6,000 sq ft of space at the site of a former dry-goods store. In 1908, Jewett and Knapp sold the business to Frank Lackey, who renamed the store "J.W. Knapp Company". The same year, the business moved to 220-226 South Washington. In 1928 the store was expanded and renovated at a cost of $15,000 to help it compete with the rival F.W. Arbaugh Company. In 1937, Knapp's commenced construction of a new building, completed in 1939, at 300 S. Washington, on the site of the Hotel Downey which was demolished to make room for the new store, and the still earlier Lansing House hotel and saloon. Designed by Orly Munson of the Bowd-Munson Company, which also designed several other Art Deco landmarks in Lansing, including the Ottawa Street Power Station, it was constructed by the Christman Company in 1937 through 1938. The curvilinear look of the streamlined structure comes from huge plates of concrete faced with enamel, called "Maul Macotta", a copyrighted product of the Maul Macotta Company and prismatic glass brick windows. Alternating horizontal bands of yellow macotta and glass block are interrupted by vertical blue macotta pylons, rising from the building's four principal entrances. The pylons are pierced by windows. The entrance portals, display window aprons, and decorative banding are dark blue macotta. Red, yellow and blue spandrels, incorporating the letter "K" as a design element, decorate the entrance portals. When completed in 1939, it was hailed in the contemporary press as "the most modern building in the Midwest". Today, it is considered to be one of the finest intact examples of Streamline Art Moderne commercial buildings in the Midwest, notable for its size, clarity of design and brilliant colors. The western end of the building was enlarged in 1949. In the 1950s, the company was sold to the Mott Foundation, which owned a collection of department stores in mid-Michigan. Knapp's opened a smaller branch in East Lansing in the early 1960s; this store was later closed, and a newer Knapp's was built as one of the anchor stores of Meridian Mall in Okemos when it opened in 1969. Two additional mall-based locations, at Lansing Mall in Lansing, and at Westwood Mall in Jackson, were acquired in 1973 from Grand Rapids-based Wurzburg's. In 1970 the L.S. Good Co. of Wheeling, West Virginia bought all of the Mott Foundation divisions; L.S. Good Co. declared bankruptcy in 1980, and all of the Mott Foundation nameplates were shuttered. The three mall-based locations were all sold to JCPenney, while the downtown Lansing location was shuttered. 6

The Eyde Company purchased the building in 1982, and converted most of it to office and retail use renaming it the "Knapp's Center". There were a collection of various tenants in the building including a restaurant and state offices. The last tenant moved out in 2003 and the building has been vacant for 7 years.

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The Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority

In August of 1997, the Lansing City Council established the Lansing Brownfield Redevelopment Authority (LBRA) and designated the entire City as a "Brownfield Zone". The primary purpose of the LBRA is to encourage the redevelopment of blighted, contaminated and functionally obsolete property within the Brownfield Zone by providing financial incentives.

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Brownfield Project Description

The Developer will be historically restoring and redeveloping the 140,191 square foot building. The mixed use development will allow for retail, commercial, office and residential. The Lansing Economic Development Corporation plans to locate its new 10,000 s.f. Downtown Business Incubator in the building. Work on this project is expected to begin in Fall of 2010 and anticipated to be completed by the Spring 2013. Estimated MBT Eligible Investments: $1,270,000 Demolition $100,000 Site Improvements $6,645,000 New Construction Restoration, Alteration, Renovation 86 Improvements $16,158,000 $150,000 Addition of Machinery, Equipment & Fixtures $24,323,000 Total Estimated MBT Eligible Investment: Estimated MBT Credit (20% of Eligible Investment): $4,864,600

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Captured Taxable Value and Tax Increment Revenues

There will be no tax capture in this brownfield plan. The Developer will be applying to the State of Michigan for Brownfield Michigan Business Tax credits. 7

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Method of Brownfield Plan Financing

The LBRA will not be financing any portion of this plan.

8. None.

Amount of Note or Bonded Indebtedness Incurred

Duration 9. of the Brownfield Plan Unless amended by the Lansing City Council, the Plan is anticipated to remain in effect until Dec. 31, 2015. 10. Estimated Impact on Taxing Jurisdictions

This brownfield plan does not specify any reimbursement of tax increments and therefore does not impact any taxing jurisdictions. 11. Legal Description as Site Map

A Site Map is provided as Exhibit A. The legal description of the Eligible Property is provided as Exhibit B. 12. Personal Property

Incremental tax revenues resulting from new personal property will not be captured by the LBRA. 13. Displacement of Persons

There are no people currently residing on the property. 14. Site Remediation Revolving Fund

The LBRA will not deposit any annual capture in the LBRA's Local Site Remediation Revolving Fund (LSRRF). 15. Other Information

The LBRA and the Lansing City Council, in accordance with the Act, may amend this Plan in the future. 8

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EXHIBIT B Legal Description of the Property The property is composed of the following parcel:

33-01-01-16-331-112 Legal Description for 300 South Washington Square: Lots 1, 2 and E 56 ft. Lots 11 & 12 Orig Plat

JENNIFER M. GRANHOLM
GOVERNOR STATE OF MICHIGAN

NIDA R.SAMONA
CHAIRPERSON

LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGRY, LABOR & ECONOMIC GROWTH STANLEY "SKIP" PRUSS, DIRECTOR

September 20, 2010

Lansing City Council Attn: Chris Swope 124 W. Michigan Avenue Lansing, MI 48933-1694

This office is in receipt of correspondence dated September 17, 2010 with enclosures requesting to establish a quota of On-Premise licenses to be issued under MCL 436.1521a(1)(b). Please be advised that we have reviewed your documentation and have found same to be complete and acceptable. We have, therefore, established the quota for your governmental unit under MCL 436.1521 a(1) (b) to be 12 On-Premise licenses. If you have any further questions regarding this matter, please feel free to contact me directly at (517) 3221975.

Sincerely,

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MICHIGAN LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION Sara J. Weber, Supervisor Licensing Division

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DLEG is an equal opportunity employer/program. Auxiliary aids, services and other reasonable accommodations are available upon request to individuals with disabilities. Michigan Liquor Control Commission 7150 Harris Drive • P.O. Box 30005 • Lansing, Michigan 48909-7505 www.michigan.gov/dleg • (517) 322-1345 Lansing Office

Michigan Department of Energy, Labor & Economic Growth

MICHIGAN LIQUOR CONTROL COMMISSION (MLCC)
7150 Harris Drive, P.O. Box 30005 Lansing, Michigan 48909-7505

LOCAL GOVERNMENT 15-DAY NOTICE
[Authorized by R 436.1105 (2d) and (3)]

AUGUST 18, 2010

;If s LANSING CHARTE CJVVNSHIP BOARD Leal, nu,41 ATTN: CLE• . r1.vSa^n Il > )au( (.C.J. 3209 ••IVIICHHAN AVENUE U 93'3 -c -y4 t t4 LANSING, MI 4891 7'=2921 REQUEST ID #: 568408

The Michigan Liquor Control Commission has received an application from

C & J'S CONVENIENCE STORE, INC., REQUESTS NEW SDM LICENSE, TO BE LOCATED AT 1712 W. SAGINAW, LANSING, MI 48915, LANSING TOWNSHIP, INGHAM COUNTY.
Home address and telephone number:

CHRISTOPHER R. COLLINS, 659 S. ROYSTON ROAD, EATON RAPIDS, 2222

eP. 8821 (5104-1110 / B (517) 372-

Specially Designated Merchant (SDM) licenses permit the sale of be and winee or consumption off the premises only. Specially Designated Distributor (SDD) licenses pert the sale of alcoholic liquor, other than beer and wine under 21 per cent alcohol by volume, for consution off the premises only. For your information, part of the investigation of' the application is conducted by the local law enforcement agency and investigative forms will be released to them either in person or by mail. Although local governing body approval is not required by the Michigan Liquor Control Code, Rules and Related Laws for off-premise licenses, the local governing body, or its designee, may notify the Commission at the above address within 15 days of receipt of this letter if the applicant location will not be in compliance with all' appropriate state and local building, plumbing; zoning, fire, sanitation and health laws and ordinances, or if the applicant is considered ineligible due to other factors. All conditions of non-compliance must be outlined in detail, indicating the applicable laws and . ordinances. A copy of the law and/or ordinance may be submitted with the notification. If you have any questions, please contact Unit 3 of the Retail Licensing Division at (517) 636-0204. / rlb
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INGHAM INTERMEDIATE SCHOOL DISTRICT
A Regional Educational Service Agency

September 14, 2010

Chris Swope Lansing City Clerk 9th Floor-City Hall Lansing, MI 48933 Subject: 2010 Winter Tax Levy

Dear Mr. Swope: Enclosed you will find the 2010 Tax Rate Request, Form L-4029, the 2010 Summary of Winter Debt Levy, the 2010 Summary of Winter Sinking Fund levy, and the 2010 Summary of Winter Recreation Levy, if applicable, for winter tax collections for the following school district(s):

Holt Public Schools Okemos Public Schools

If you have any questions regarding the enclosed information, please contact Heather VanderMoere at (517) 244-1291. Sincerely,

Janet Yachim Business Supervisor JY:hv Enc..

H:\SFountain\My Documents\TAX\2010 Tax\LEA Cert Winter - Request.docx

2630 West Howell Road • Mason, MI 48854 • 517.676.1051 • www.inghamisd.org
Ingham Intermediate School District is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Michigan Department of Treasury 614 (Rev. 3-10)
2010 Tax Rate Request

(This form must be completed and submitted on or before September 30, 2010) MILLAGE REQUEST REPORT TO COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Carefully read the insructions on page 2. This form is Issued under authority of MCL Sections 211.24e, 211.34 and 211.34d. Filing is mandatory; Penalty applies. County(les) Where the Local Government Unit Levies Taxes 2010 Taxable Value for ALL Properties in the Unit as of 5-24-10. Ingham County 676,336,227 Local Government Unit Requesting Millage Levy For LOCAL School Districts: 2010 Taxable Value excluding Principal Residence, Qualified Agricultural, Qualified Forest. Industrial Personal and Commercial Personal Properties if a millage is levied against them. Holt Public Schools 182,832,431 Y ou must complete this form for each unit of government for which a property tax is levied. Penalty for non-filing is provided under MCL Sec 211.119. The following tax rates have been authorized for levy on the 2010 tax roll. (5)** (7) (8) (4) Original 2009 Millage (6) 2010 Millage Sec. 211.34 Truth (12) Millage Rate Permanently 2010 Current Rate Permanently in Assessing or (9) (10) (11) Expiration (2) (3) Authorized by Reduced by MCL Year "Headlee" Reduced by MCL Equalization Maximum Millage Millage Date of (1) Purpose of Date of Election, 211.34d Millage Reduction 211.34d Millage Rollback Allowable Requested to Requested to be Millage Source Millage Election Charter, etc. "Headlee" Fraction "Headlee" Fraction Millage Levy * be Levied July 1 Levied Dec. 1 Authorized Operating Extra Voted NON-HOME 06/1997 18.0000 17.3171 1.0000 17.3171 1.0000 17.3171 17.3171 12/2016 Refinance 1988 '07 Refinance 1991 X02 Refunding 2000
'07

ORIGINAL TO: County Clerk(s) COPY TO: Equalization Department(s) COPY TO: Each township and city clerk

L-4029

Extra Voted Extra Voted Extra Voted

Debt-ALL Debt-ALL Debt-ALL

1.5500 2.0000 6.4500

N/A
N/A

1.0000
1.0000 -

N/A N/A N/A

1.0000 1.0000 1.0000

1.5500 2.0000 6.4500

1.5500 2.0000 6.4500

None _ None None

N/A

1.0000

Prepared by
Sue Fountain

Telephone Number
(517). 244-1291

Title of Preparer Ingham ISO Finance Technician

Date
08/12/10

reduced, if necessary to comply with the state constitution (Article 9, Section 31), and that the requested levy rates have also been reduced, if necessary, to comply with MCL Sections 211.24e, 211.34 and, for LOCAL school districts which levy a Supplemental (Hold Harmless) Millage, 380.1211(3).

CERTIFICATION: As the representatives for the local government unit named above, we certify that these requested tax levy rates have been

Local School District Use Only. Complete if requesting millage to be levied See STC Bulletin 2 of 2008 for instructions on completing this section, Total School District Operating Rates to be Levied (HH/Supp and NH Oper ONLY For Principal Residence, Qualified Ag, Qualified Forest and Industrial Personal For Commercial Personal For all Other Rate

El

Clerk ® Secretary

0

Chairperson President

0.0000
5.3171 17.3171

* Under Truth in Taxation, M L Section 211.24e, the gove mg body y decide to levy a rate which will not exceed t - maximum authorized rate allowed in column 9. The requirements of MCL 211.24e rnust be n t prior to levying an operating levy which is larger than the base tax rate but not larger than the rate in column 9.

** IMPORTANT: See instructions on page 2 regarding where to find the millage rate used in column (5).

2010 SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED WINTER DEBT LEVY *

HOLT PUBLIC SCHOOLS
HOLT DEBT LEVY 2010 Total Taxable Valuation 659,329,347 167,984 152,300 158,300 122,300 659,930,231 16,405,996 4,268,571 5,614,240 101,692,455 173,500 438,878 256,660 62,711 102,624,204
'07 ('97) Refinance '07 ('97) Refinance '02 Refunding

Assessing Unit Delhi Township Holt-Eaton Rapids '91 (33078) Holt-Mason '93 (33076) Holt-Mason '04 (33071) Holt-Mason '07 (33072) Total Delhi Township Lansing City - Ingham Delta Township Lansing City - Eaton Windsor Township Holt-Eaton Rapids '88-89 (33077) Holt-Eaton Rapids '92 (33078) Holt-Eaton Rapids '96&'97 (33080) Holt-Eaton Rapids '01 (33082) Total Windsor Township

1988 1.5500 $1,021,960.49 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,021,960.49 $25,429.29 $6,616.29 $8,702.07 $157,623.31 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $157,623.31

1991 2.0000 $1,318,658.69 $335.97 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $1,318,994.66 $32,811.99 $8,537.14 $11,228.48 $203,384.91 $347.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $203,731.91

2000 6.4500 $4,252,674.29 $1,083.50 $982.34 $0.00 $0.00 $4,254,740.13 $105,818.67 $27,532.28 $36,211.85 $655,916.33 $1,119.08 $2,830.76 $1,655.46 $0.00 $661,521.63

Total Debt 10.0000 $6,593,293.47 $1,419.47 $982.34 $0.00 $0.00 $6,595,695.28 $164,059.95 $42,685.71 $56,142.40 $1,016,924.55 $1,466.08 $2,830.76 $1,655.46 $0.00 $1,022,876.85

TOTAL WINTER DEBT

788,843,242

$1,220,331.45

$1,575,304.18

$5,085,824.56

$7,881,460.19

* This property tax levy information is for Debt ONLY. Refer to L-4029 for operating levy.

Michigan Department of Treasury 614 (Rev. '3-10)

2010 Tax Rate Request (This form must be completed and submitted on or before September 30, 2010) MILLAGE REQUEST REPORT TO COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Carefully read the insructions on page 2. This form is issued under authority of MCL Sections 211.24e, 211.34 and 211.34d. Filing Is mandatory; Penalty applies. County(ies)1Nhere the Local Government Unit Levies Taxes 2010 Taxable Value for ALL Properties in the Unit as of 5-24-10. Eaton County . 112,507,015 Local Government Unit Requesting Millage Levy For LOCAL School Districts: 2010 Taxable Value excluding Principal Residence, Qualified Agricultural, Qualified Forest, Industrial Holt Public Schools Personal and Commercial Personal Properties If a millage is levied against them. ' .... I t 16,835,814 You mus t comp e e this form for each unit of government for which a property tax is levied . ' Penalty for non-f iling is provided under MCL Sec 211.119. The following tax rates have been authorized for levy on the 2010 tax roll. (4) (7) (8) (5)** Original 2009 Millage (6) 2010 Millage Sec. 211.34 Truth (12) Millage Rate Permanently 2010 Current Rate Permanently in Assessing or (9) (10) (11) Expiration (2) (3) Authorized by Reduced by MCL Year "Headlee" Reduced by MCL Equalization Maximum Millage Millage Date of (1) Purpose of Date of Election, 211.34d Millage Reduction Millage Rollback 211.34d Allowable Requested to Requested to be Millage Source Millage Election Charter, etc. "Headlee" Fraction "Headlee" Fraction Millage Levy * be Levied July 1 Levied Dec, 1 Authorized . . Operating . Extra Voted NON-HOME 06/1997 _ 18.0000 17.3171 ' 1.0000 17.3171 1.0000 17,3171 17.3171 12/2016
'07 Refinance

ORIGINAL TO: County Clerk(s) COPY TO: Equalization Department(s) COPY TO: Each township and city clerk

L-4029

Extra Voted Extra Voted Extra Voted

Debt-ALL Debt-ALL Debt-ALL

1988
'07 Refinance

1.5500 2.0000 6.4500

N/A

1.0000

N/A

1.0000

1.5500 2.0000 6.4500 -

1.5500 2.0000 6.4500

None None None -

1991
'02 Refunding

-N/A
N/A

1,0000
1.0000

N/A N/A

1.0000 1.0000

2000

Title of Preparer InghamISDFinance Technician

CERTIFICATION: As the. representatives for the local government unit named above, we certify that these requested tax levy rates have been reduced, if necessary to comply with the state constitution (Article 9, Section 31), and that the requested levy rates have also been reduced, if necessary, to comply with MCL Sections 211.24e, 211.34 and, for LOCAL school districts which levy a Supplemental (Hold Harmless) Millage, 380.1211(3),
Clerk ® Secretary

0

Chairperson Q President

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- Print Name
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Local School District Use Only. Complete if requesting millage to be levied See STC Bulletin 2 of 2008 for instructions on completing this section. Total School District Operating Rate Rates to be Levied (HH/Supp and NH Oper ONLY For Principal Residence, Qualified Ag, Qualified Forest and Industrial 0.0000 Personal For Commercial Personal For all Other
5.3171 17,3171

* Under Truth in Ta atlon, MCL Section 21124e, the governing body may decide to levy a rate which will not exc ed the maximum authorized rate allowed in co umn 9. The requirements '• f MCL 211.24e must be met prior to levying an operating levy which is larger than the base tax rate but not larger than the rate in column 9. ** IMPORTANT: See instructions on page 2 regarding where to find the millage rate used in column (5).

2010 SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED WINTER DEBT LEVY *

Assessing Unit
Delhi Township. Holt-Eaton Rapids '91 (33078)

2010 Total Taxable Valuation
659,329,347 167,984 152,300 158,300 122,300

HOLT DEBT LEVY
'07 ('97) Refinance 1988 1.5500 $1,021,960.49 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 '07 ('97) Refinance 1991 2.0000 $1,318,658.69 $335.97 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00_ $1,318,994.66$32,811.99 $8,537.14 $11,228.48 $203,384.91 $347.00 $0.00 $0.00 $0.00 '02 Refunding 2000 6.4500 $4,252,674.29 $1,083.50 $982.34 $0.00 $0.00 $4,254,740.13 $105,818.67 $27,532.28 $36,211.85 $655,916.33 $1,119.08 $2,830.76 $1,655.46 $0.00 $661,521.63 Total Debt 10.0000 $6,593,293.47 $1,419.47 $982.34 $0.00 $0.00 $6,595,695.28 $164,059.95 $42,685.71 $56,142.40 $1,016,924.55 $1,466.08 $2,830.76 $1,655.46 $0.00 $1,022,876.85

Holt-Mason '93 (33076)
Holt-Mason '04 (33071) Holt-Mason '07 (33072) Total Delhi Township Lansing City - Ingham Delta Township Lansing City - Eaton Windsor Township Holt-Eaton Rapids '88-89 (33077) Holt-Eaton Rapids '92 (33078) Holt-Eaton Rapids '96&'97 (33080) Holt-Eaton Rapids '01 (33082) Total Windsor Township

659,930,231
16,405,996 4,288071 5,614,240 101,692,455 173,500

$1,021,960.49
$25,429.29 $6,616.29 $8,702.07 $157,623.31 $0.00

438,878
256,660 62,711

$0.00
$0.00 $0.00

102,624,204

$157,623.31

$203,731.91

TOTAL WINTER DEBT

788,843,242

.

$1.,220,331.45

$1,575,304.18

$5,085,824.56

$7,881,460.19

* This property tax levy information is for Debt ONLY. Refer to L-4029 for operating levy.

Michigan Department of Treasury 614 (Rev. 3-10)
2010 Tax Rate Request (This form must be completed and submitted on or before September 30, 2010)

ORIGINAL TO: County Clerk(s) COPY TO: Equalization Department(s) COPY TO: Each township and city clerk

L-4029

MILLAGE REQUEST REPORT TO COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Carefully read the insructions on page 2. This form is issued under authority of MCL Sections 211.24e, 211.34 and 211.34d. Filing is mandatory; Penalty a pplies. County(ies) Where the Local Government Unit Levies Taxes 2010 Taxable Value for ALL Properties in the Unit as of 5-24-10. Ingham County - City of Lansing 37,091,744 Local Government Unit Requesting Millage Levy For LOCAL School Districts: 2010 Taxable Value excluding Principal Residence, Qualified Agricultural, Qualified Forest, Industrial Okemos Public Schools Personal and Commercial Personal Properties if a millage is levied against them. 31 ,460,570 You must co mpI eteth'es form f each unit of government for which a property tax es leveed . Penalty for non-filing is provided under or MCL Sec 211.119. The following tax rates have been authorized for levy on the 2010 tax roll. (7) (4) (5)* (8) Original 2009 Millage (6) 2010 Millage Sec. 211.34 Truth Millage Rate Permanently 2010 Current Rate Permanently in Assessing or (3) Authorized by Reduced by MCL Year "Headlee" Reduced by MCL Equalization Date of Election, 211.34d Millage Reduction 211.34d Millage Rollback Election Charter, etc. "Headlee" Fraction "Headlee" Fraction 05/2007 11/2009 06/2002 Refunder '06/1991 05/2007 18.0000 2.0000 1.0000 5.3600 1.1800 18.0000 2.0000 0.9919 N/A N/A 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 18.0000 2.0000 0.9919 N/A N/A 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1.0000 1,0000 (12) (9) (10) (11) Expiration Maximum Millage Millage Date of Allowable Requested to Requested to be Millage Millage Levy * be Levied July 1 Levied Dec. 1 Authorized 18.0000 2.0000 0.9919 5.3600 1.1800 9.0000 0.0000 0.4959 2.6800 0.5900 9.0000 0.0000 0.4960 2.6800 0.5900 12/2011 05/2019 06/2012
'03

(1) Source Extra Voted Extra Voted Extra Voted Extra Voted Extra Voted

(2) Purpose of Millage Operating NON-HOME Operating NON-HOME Sinking Fund ALL Debt-ALL Debt-ALL

12/2021 12/2021

Title of Preparer Ingham ISD Finance Technician
CERTIFICATION: As the representatives for the local government unit named above, we certify that these requested tax levy rates have been reduced, if necessary to comply with the state constitution (Article 9, Section 31), and that the requested levy rates have also been reduced, if necessary, to comply with MCL Sections 211.24e, 211.34 and, for LOCAL school districts which levy a Supplemental (Hold Harmless) Millage, 380.1211(3).
Local

School District Use Only. Complete if requesting

^ ®

Clerk Secretary Chairperson President

D

to be levied See STC Bulletin 2 of 2008 for instructions on completing this section. Total School District Operating Rate *** Rates to be Levied (HH/Supp and NH Oper ONLY For Principal Residence, Qualified Ag, Qualified Forest and Industrial 0.0000 Personal
millage

* Under Truth in Taxation, M% l ction 211.24e, the governing body may decide to levy a rate which will not exceed the maximum authorized rate allowed in column 9. The requirements of MCL 211.24e must be met prior to levying an operating levy which is larger than the base tax rate but not larger than the rate in column 9.

For Commercial Personal For all Other

3.0000

** IMPORTANT: See instructions on page 2 regarding where to find the millage rate used in column (5).

9.0000 *** FOR DECEMBER 1 LEVY

2010 SUMMARY OF WINTER SINKING FUND LEVY

OKEMOS. PUBLIC SCHOOLS
TS TWAT G,OLLECT BATH. SUMMER-:& WINTER 2010 Total Taxable Valuation

OKEMOS SINKING FUND
(One-half year rate)
2002 0.4960

Assessing Unit

Alaiedon Township.
Meridian Township

79,814,501

$39,587.99

1,028,735,058

$510,252.59

City of

Lansing - Ingham

37,091,744

18,397.51

OKEMOS SINKING FUND (FULL year rate)
Assessing

Unit

2010 Total Taxable Valuation 16,889,255 1,543,461 18,432,716 • 1,164,074,019

2002 0.9919 $16,752.45 $1,530.96 $18,283.41 $586,521.50

Williamstown Township Okemos-Haslett'93 (33173). Total Williamstown Township

'TOTAL WINTER SINKING FUND

20.10. SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED WINTER DEBT LEVY * OKEMOS PUBLIC SCHOOL

UaNITjSTHAT COLLE CT BOTH TER SUIMMER&WIN' 2010 Total Taxable Valuation 79,814,501 1,028, 735,058 37,0.91,744

OKEMOS DEBT LEVY (One-half year rate)
('03('93) Refunder) 1991 2.6800 $213,902.86 $2,757,009.96 $99,405.87 2007 0.5900 $47,090.56 $606,953.68 $21,884.13 Total Winter Debt 3.2700 $260,993.42 $3,363,963.64 $121,290.00

Assessing Unit Alaiedon

Township

Meridian Township

City of Lansing.- Ingham

OKEMOS DEBT LEVY (Full year rate)
Assessing Unit Williamstown Township Okemos-Haslett '93 (33173) Total Williamstown Township TOTAL WINTER DEBT 2010 Total Taxable Valuation 16,889,255 . 1,543,461 18,432,716 1,164,074,019 ('03('93) Refunder) 1991
5.3600

2007
1.1800

Total Winter Debt
6.5400

$90,526.41 $0.00 $90,526.41 $3,160,845.10

$19,929.32 $1,821.28 $21,750.60 $697,678.97

$110,455.73 $1,821.28 $112,277.01. $3,858,524.07

Note: This property tax levy information is for Debt ONLY. Refer to L-4029 for operational levy.

2010 SUMMARY OF ESTIMATED WINTER DEBT LEVY *
OKEM_OS,PUBLIC SCHOOL

TRANSFER DEBT LEVY (Shown at full year rate) *
Assessing Unit 2010 Total Taxable Valuation 79,814,501 1,028,735,058 37,091,744 Haslett 1990 0.0000 Haslett 1990 ('02 Refinance) 2.3000

Alaiedon Township
Meridian Township City of Lansing - Ingham

UNIT THAT COLLECTS YIN :WIINTER

Williamstown Township Okemos-Haslett '93 (33173) Total Williamstown Township TOTAL WINTER DEBT

16,889,255 1,543,461 18,432,716 1,164,074,019

$0.00 $0.00 $0.00

$3,549.96 $3,549.96 $3,549.96 ,

** Transfer property debt payable to originating school districts is included on the winter summary

Michigan Department of Treasury 614 (Rev. 6-10)

Carefully read the instructions on page 2. MILLAGE REQUEST REPORT TO COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS 211 34 and 211.34d. Filing is mandatory; Penalty applies. This farm IS issued under au th ority of MCL Sections 211 249 2010 Taxable Value of ALL Properties in the Unit as of 5-24-10 County(ies) Where the Local Government Unit Levies Taxes $6,677,555,329 Ingham For LOCAL School Districts: 2010 Taxable Value excluding Principal Residence, Qualified Agricutlural, Qualified Forest, Industrial Local Government Unit Requesting Millage Levy Personal and Commercial Personal Properties. Capital Area District Library This form must be completed for each unit of government for which a property tax is levied. Penalty for non-tiling is provided under MCL Sec 211.1 f 9. The 8 non s .,,c .... ........ -.It auurUl IX-WU Ivl ,wy (4) (5) .,. (7) (8) (12) Sec. 211.34 Truth 2010 Millage (6) 2009 Millage Original (10) (11) Expiration (9) in Assessing or 2010 Current Rate Permanently Rate Permanently Millage Millage Maximum Millage Date of Equalization Authorized by Reduced by MCL Year "Headlee" Reduced by MCL (3) (2) Requested to Requested to be Allowable Millage Millage Rollback 211.34d Millage Reduction 211.34d Election Date of Purpose of (1) Millage Levy * be Levied July 1 Levied Dec. 1 Authorized Fraction "Headlee" Fraction "Headlee" Election Charter, etc. Millage Source --1.5600 12/2013 1.5600 1.5600 1.00 1.5600 1.00 9/2010 1.5600 Oper
PA 24

2010 Tax Rate Request (This form must be completed and submitted on or before.September 30, 2010)

ORIGINAL TO: County Clerk(s) COPY TO: Equalization Department(s) COPY TO: Each township or city clerk

L-4029

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Title of Preparer Telephone Number Prepared by Finance Director (517) 367-6337 Patrick R Taylor CERTIFICATION: As the representatives for the local government unit named above, we certify that these requested tax levy rates have been reduced, if necessary to comply with thestate constitution (Article 9, Section 31), and that the requested levy rates have also been reduced, if necessary, to comply with MCL Sections 211.24e, 211.34 and, for LOCAL school districts which levy a Supplemental (Hold Harmless) Millage, 380.1211(3). Date Print Name sQiature Clerk 9/15/2010 Alma Stators Secretary Date 9/15/2010

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Date Print Name ICI Chairperson 'i lure 9/15/2010 Margaret A Bossenbery n President I^-f-a.1 r ^ 'd il(^% '^ 1._ the maximum authorized 'Under Truth in Taxation, MCL)Section 211.24e, the governing bod .vtiay decide to levy a rate which will not exceed rate allowed in column 9. The 5'equirements of MCL 211.24e must be met prior to levying an operating levy which is larger than the base tax rate but not larger than the rate in column 9. the millage rate used in column (5). 4"* IMPORTANT: See instructions on page 2 regarding where to find

Local_School DistrlctLse OnlyCOmplete If requesting? mdlage to be levied See STC Bulletin 2 of 2010 for " mstrl ctlons ort complefmg fhis section Total School District Operating Rates to be Levied (HH/Supp Rate and NH Oper ONLY) For Principal Residence, Qualified Ag, Qualified Forest and Industrial Personal

For Commercial Personal For all Other

TRUTH IN TAXATION

(P.A.

5 OF 1982,

211.24E .M.C.L. )

Unit of Local Government CAPITAL AREA DIST LIBRARY Base Tax Rate Fraction (DTRF) Please complete the following information:

y'ax

Year

2010

Yes

No

1.
2.

Taxing unit is increasing property taxes for current year. Taxing unit published the notice of increased property tax as required in subsection (6). Taxing unit used the computed BTRF for the.purpose of not increasing property taxes. Taxing unit reduced the current levy without using the computed BTRF. Taxing unit has recorded their intent to either increase or decrease property tax revenues by resolution or board minutes.

X

X X

3.

4.

X

5.

X

As the duly authorized representative of this taxing unit, we hereby certify to the best of our knowledge that the requirements of P.A. 5 of 1982 Truth In Taxation have been addressed. Dated this.l5thday of SEPTEMBER
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Truth In Budgeting Act Yes Taxing unit complied with Section 16 of the Uniform Budgeting and Accounting Act. As the duly authorized representative of this taxing . unit, we hereby. certify to the best of our knowledge that the requirements of Section 16 of the Uniform,Budgeting and Accounting Act have been addressed. Dated this 15th day of SEPTFMBFR No

Signature and Title of Secretary or Clerk

Sigma re and Title of Chairman,

"Mayor or S. uperyisor

Please complete and return with the Form L-4029 for your unit.

Southside Community Kitchen
COMMUNITY KITCHEN
P.O. Box 80844 Lansing, MI 48908-0844

September 17, 2010

City Clerk's Office 124 West Michigan Avenue Lansing, Michigan 48933 To Whom It May Concern: On behalf of the Southside Community Kitchen, I am writing to request recognition from the City of Lansing for the Kitchen's non-profit status. Per the instructions on the City website, I am writing this letter on the Kitchen's letterhead, and enclosing copies of our 501 (c) 3 letter from the Internal Revenue Service, our Articles of Incorporation and ourBy-laws. If you need more information to approve this request, please contact me at 517676-8144 or at a.c.thiel@comcast.net . Thank you. Sincerely,

Anna Thiel, Director Southside Community Kitchen

For Information, please call 676-8144

INTERNAL REVENUE SERVICE DISTRICT DIRECTOR P. O. BOX 2508 CINC%NNAT%v OH 45201

DEPARTMENT OF THE TREASURY

SOUTHSIDE COMMUNITY KITCHEN 2727 N HOLMES RD LANSING, NI 48911

Employer Identification Number: 38-2928681 Case Number: 315020020 Contact Person: KEVIN KAHMANN Contact Telephone Number: (513) 604-3578 Our Letter Dated: January 101 1991 Addendum Applies: No

Dear Applicant: This modifies our letter of the above date in which we stated that you would be treated as an organization that is not a private foundation un ti l the expiration of your advance ruling period. Your, exempt status under section 501(a) of the Internal Revenue Code as an organization described in section 501(c)(3) is still in effect. Based on the information you submitted, we have determined that you are not a private foundation within the meaning of section 5$9(a) of the Code because you are an organization of the type described in section 509(a) (1) and 170(b)(1)(A)(vi) . Grintokt and contributors may rely 01 this determination unless the Internal Revenue Service publishes notice to the cootrary. However, if you lose your section 509(a)(1) status, a grantor or contributor may not rely on this determination if he or W xas in part responsible fur, or was aware ofu the act or failure to act, or the substantial or material change on the part of the organization that resulted in your loss of such status' or if he or she acquired knou\odgp that the Internal Revenue Service had given notice that you *ou}d no longer be classified as a section 509(a)(1) organization. If we have' indicated in the heading of this letter that an addendum applies, the addendum enclosed is an integral part of this letter. could help resolve any questions about your private Because this foundation status" please keep it in your permanent records. If you have any questions, please contact the person whose name and

letter

telephone number are shown above.
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following Articles: ARTICLE t The name of the corporation is: SOUTHSIDE COMMUNITY KITCHEN ARTICLE H The purpose or purposes for which the corporation is organized are: To provide meals to people in the greater Lansing area, especially in the southwest section, who demonstrate such needs; to provide other services as deemed necessary by the Southside Community Kitchen steering committee; to cooperate with pub2.tc, private, professional and religious agencies for the furtherance of these ends; and, to solicit, receive and disburse funds, and/or in-kind donations, for the accomplishment of tha above purposes.

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The name(s) and address(es) of all the, incorporatorr(s) is. (are) as follows: Residence or Business Address Name Coordir.vtor Area Congregations Jim-Perkins, Together in ` Service 809 Center, Lansing Mich. 48906 Pastor, North Presbyterian Dale Swihar, Church 108 W-. Grand River Laz)sin - Mich: 48906 Pastor C.Lee Fil.ker ,Mt._Ho•e Presbyterian- Church 200 W. Mt.-Hope, Lansing, Mich 48910 'astor Tom Bayes, Judson Memoxial Chuxc.,h ,530. Vexnen;, Lansing, .;Mich,;.,48910 , . •::,, :r '. ' rector; COMA Associate 1'am Fu ;on,PastorWestminister PresbyterianChurch 7430 N. Logan;=Lansi'ftg, Rich. 48910 ;' .. , Director, Christian;Educatxou, . Susan Ste'ffe; `peoplest Ctiurch ,.. .. - ' , 200 W . Grand River .:live..,, East,Lansing, _Mich. 4 88231 Member, Libby Stearns, Peo•l.es Church, Director, Christian Mary Mar Ann Harkema, Services/Love, Inc. A"1.1-aAL Director : ,Ann Slade , CAUSE tate 'epresentative !Debbie Stabenow, 58th District Ingham County Health Glary Kieselbach, De.artment, Judith L. Ferguson 921 Whitman, East Lansing, Mich. 48823 385 New Salem, Okemos, Mich. 48864 2224 Groesbeck Ave., Lansing, Mich. 45912 2709 S.Deerfield, Lansing, Mich. 48910

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The corporation is organized exclusively for charitable purposes, including, for such purposes, the making of distributions to organizations that qualify as exempt organizations under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954,as amended, or the corresponding provision of any future United States Internal Revenue law. ARTICLE VII: A. No part of the net earnings of the corporation shall inure to the benefit of, or to be distributable to, its members, directors, officers, or other private persons, except that the corporation shall be authorized and empowered to pay reasonable compensation for services rendered and to make payments and distributions in furtherance of the purposes set forth above. No substantial part of the activities of the corporation shall be the carrying on of propaganda, or otherwise attempting, to influence legislation, and the corporation shall not participate in, or intervene in (including publishing or distribution of statements) any political campaign on behalf of any candidate for public office. Notwithstanding any other provisions of these Articles, the corporation shall not carry on any other activities not permitted to be carried on: (a) by a corporation exempt from federal income tax under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Law); or (b) by a corporation, contributions to which are deductible under Section 170 (c) (2) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954 as amended (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Law). B. Upon the dissolution of the corporation, the Board of Directors shall, after paying or making provisions for the payment of all of the liabilities of the corporation, dispose of all assets of the corporation exclusively for the purposes of the corporation in such manner, or to such organization or organizations organized and operated exclusively for charitable, educations, religious or scientific purposes, as shall at the time qualify as an exempt organization, or organizations, under Section 501 (c) (3) of the Internal Revenue Code of 1954, as amended, (or the corresponding provisions of any future United States Internal Revenue Law), as the Board of Directors shall determine. Any of such assets not so disposed of shall be disposed of by Court Order, exclusively for such purposes, or to such organization or organizations, as said court shall determine, which are organized and operated exclusively for such purposes. CONTINUED ON ATTACHED SHEET

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issued under the authority of Act 102,-PAof 1902, The:articles of incorporation 1. This form le be filed until this form, or a comparable document, is submitted.
2. Su'bmit' one original copy of this document. Upon filing, a microfilm copy will be prepared for the records of the Cerpo ration and . ritiO$ 5ureaU, The original copy,wiil be returned; to the address -appearing ' in the bo'x above as evidence of filing. Since this d6cument must be ,microfilmed, it is important that the-filing be .legible. Documents with poor black and whitecontrast, or otherwise illegible, will be rejected. 3. This document is to be used . pursuant to 'the provisions of Act 162, PA of 1082 by one brrnore persons forithe purpose of forming -a domestic nonprofit corporation ARTICLE fer w hjqh the eorporation is organized must be included -It` is' not sufficient to state that the corporation may engage in any activity within .;the purposes. for which corporations mat; be organized under the Act 5. ARTICLE ill - Complete item Itl(l) or .HI(2) as 'appropriate, but not both. 6. ARTICLE iV - A post office box may not be designated as the street address of the registered office. The mailing address may differ from the address of the registered office only if a post office box address in the same city as the registered office is designated as the mailing address. 7. ARTICLE V -e. The Act requires one or more incorporators. The addresses should include a street number and-name-..(or other designation), city and state. '; 8. This document ls.effeptive on the date approved and filed by the Bureau. A later effective date, no more than 90 days after the date of delivery, may be stated as an additional article. 9. This document must be signed in ink by each incorporator, However, if there are 3 or mote . incorporators, they may i'' bY ra g luti on adopted at the organizational Meeting by.a written instrument, designate one of them to sign .the articles of incorporation on behalf of all of them. In such event, these articles of incorporation must be accompanied by a co py of the resolution dilly eertified',by the acting secretary at the organizational meeting and a statement must be Waded in the articles incorporating that resolutloh .iritO them. 10. FEES: -Filing fee Franchise fee Total fees (Make remittance payable to State of Michigan) $10.00 $i 0.00 -$20.00

11. Mail form and fee to: -Michigan Departmera,;of Commerce, Corporation and Securities Bursar,: Corporation Division, P,O. Box 30054, Lansing, Michigan 48909, Telephone: (517) 373-0493

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Additional Incorporators/Signatures:

BYLAWS SOUTHSIDE COMMUNITY KITCHEN
(Adopted February 25, 2000, (As amended November 22, 2002)

ARTICLE I
NAME AND MISSION Section 1 - Name The name of the corporation shall be "Southside Community Kitchen." Section 2 - Mission To provide well-balanced, nourishing meals to the hungry people of Lansing in a caring, dignified environment where they are reassured of their worth as God's unique works of creation. ARTICLE II MEMBERS Section 1 - Board Members and Members of Corporation As used in these Bylaws, the term "Board Members" means members of the Board of Directors. The members of the Board of Directors are also the members of the corporation. Section 2 - Classes of Board Members There shall be two classes of Board Members: voting and ex officio. The non-paid members of the Board of Directors are the voting Board Members. The employees of the Southside Community Kitchen as defined in Article VII are ex officio non-voting members of the Board of Directors. Section 3 - Voting Rights Each voting Board Member, including officers, shall be entitled to one (1) vote. ARTICLE III BOARD OF DIRECTORS Section 1 - General Provisions A. The Board of Directors shall consist of not less than nine (9) nor more than fifteen(15) members who shall be elected by a majority of the Board Members present at the April or May board meeting each year, provided that a quorum is present at that meeting. The term of office shall be three (3) years, unless a Board B. Member is filling an unexpired term. One-third (1/3) of the Board positions shall terminate each year.

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Every effort shall be made to have all segments of the community represented on the Board. There shall be no limitation on the number of terms a Board Member may serve. No Board Member shall receive any salary or compensation for his or her services as a Board Member, but may be reimbursed for any actual expenses incurred.

Section 2 - Duties A. The corporate power of the Southside Community Kitchen shall be vested in the Board of Directors, who shall manage and control the business of the Southside Community Kitchen. B. The specific duties and powers of the Board of Directors are as follows: (1) To make decisions regarding hiring and/or termination of agents and employees based on recommendations made by the Personnel Committee as applicable and/or as the Board of Directors deems advisable. (2) To fix the rate of compensation for all agents and employees. (3) To approve and disburse funds and accept, mortgage, and dispose of property. (4) To approve fundraising procedures and suggest patterns for soliciting funds for use by the Southside Community Kitchen. (S) To borrow money and contract debts to accomplish the major purposes of the Southside Community Kitchen within accessible funds. To adopt resolutions and regulations consistent with (6) the purposes of the Southside Community Kitchen and its Bylaws. (7) To elect officers. To appoint necessary committees. (8) (9) To exercise such other powers as may be authorized by the non-profit corporation laws of the State of Michigan. Section 3 - Resignation A Board Member may resign at any time by filing his or her written resignation with the Secretary. Section 4 - Removal

Any Board Member who misses five (5) meetings in a calendar year may be removed by a vote of a majority of the elected Board Members with voting privileges. Not less than ten(10) days prior to a removal vote under this section, a Board Member who will be the subject of such a vote must be notified in writing that the removal vote is scheduled to occur. Section 5 - Vacancies Vacancies on the Board of Directors due to death, resignation, removal, or other cause shall be filled with candidates nominated by one or more of the current Board Members and elected by a majority of the current Board of Directors. OFFICERS Section I - General Provisions The officers of the Southside Community Kitchen shall consist of President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. The Board of Directors, by Resolution, may create and define the duties of other offices. Officers shall be elected by the Board of Directors from its membership at the last Board meeting of each fiscal year. Election of an officer shall not, of itself, create contract rights. Section 2 - Vacancies A vacancy in any office due to death, resignation, removal, or other cause shall be filled with a candidate nominated by one or more of the current Board Members and elected by a majority of the current Board of Directors. Section 3 - President The President shall preside at all meetings of the Board of Directors, discharge all of the duties which devolve upon a presiding officer and perform other duties as these Bylaws may require or the Board of Directors may prescribe. He or she shall make committee assignments other than those already designated by the Bylaws. Section 4 - Vice-President The Vice-President shall perform all duties incumbent upon the President during the absence or disability of the President, and shall perform such other duties as these Bylaws may require or the Board of Directors may prescribe. Section 5 - Secretary

The Secretary shall provide for the custody and care of the minutes of Board Meetings, financial statements provided by the Treasurer, and all other important records. He or she shall attend all meetings of the Board of Directors and shall keep, or cause to be kept, a true and complete record of the proceedings of such meetings in a book provided for that purpose. He or she shall be responsible for giving and serving of notices of the Board, shall file and take charge of all documents belonging to the corporation, and shall perform such other duties as these Bylaws may require or the Board of Directors may prescribe. A recording Secretary may be designated by the Secretary, with the approval and concurrence of the Board, to be responsible for the actual taking and preparation of minutes of all Board Meetings. Section 6 - Treasurer The Treasurer shall provide for correct and complete records of account, showing accurately, at all times, the financial condition of the Southside Community Kitchen. He or she shall be the legal custodian of all monies, notes, securities, and other financial assets which come into the possession of the Southside Community Kitchen. He or she shall immediately deposit all funds of the Southside Community Kitchen in a financial institution as designated by the Board of Directors and shall keep all such financial institution accounts in the name of the Southside Community Kitchen. He or she shall furnish at meetings of the Board of Directors or whenever requested, a statement of the financial condition of the Southside Community Kitchen, and shall perform such other duties as these Bylaws may require or the board of Directors may prescribe. Section 7 - Delegation of Authority In the case of absence of any officer of the Southside Community Kitchen, or for other reasons that the Board of Directors may deem sufficient, the Board of Directors may delegate the powers or duties of such officer to any Board Member by a majority vote of the Board of Directors.

ARTICLE V COMMITTEES Section 1 - Standin g Committees A. The permanent, standing committees of the Southside Community Kitchen shall consist of the following: (1) Executive Committee

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(2) Fundraising/Public Relations committee (3) Personnel Committee (4) Bylaws Committee (5) Finance Committee Other ad hoc committees may be established by the Board of Directors as needed. Except as provided in Section 2, each committee shall elect its own Chair and Recorder. Committees may include persons who are not Board Members, but the Chair and Recorder for each committee shall be Board Members. A written record of each meeting of a committee shall be presented to the Board of Directors following any such meeting.

Section 2 - Executive Committee A. The Executive Committee shall consist of the officers. The Executive Committee shall have authority to conduct the business of the Board of Directors in intervals between meetings, but any actions so taken are nevertheless subject to approval and ratification by the Board of Directors. The President shall preside at such meetings. Copies of the minutes of any meeting of the Executive Committee shall be presented to the Board Members at the next meeting of the Board of Directors. B. The Executive Committee shall continually review the Southside Community Kitchen's programs and the functioning of the various committees of the Board of Directors. Section 3 - Fundraising/Public Relations Committee The Fundraising/Public Relations Committee shall organize events and develop strategies for raising money for the Southside Community Kitchen and for increasing public and community awareness of the Southside Community Kitchen and the needs of the hungry people of Lansing. Section 4 - Personnel Committee The Personnel Committee shall review the annual employee evaluations conducted by the Director and shall conduct an annual evaluation of the Director. The Personnel Committee shall make recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding the hiring of employees. The Personnel Committee shall annually review employee job descriptions and, as needed, shall make recommendations for changes to the Board of Directors.

Section 5 - Bylaws Committee Upon request by the Board of Directors, the Bylaws Committee shall review and interpret the Bylaws with regard to general or specific issues. The Bylaws Committee shall make recommendations to the Board of Directors regarding interpretation or proposed amendments to the Bylaws. Any amendment to the Bylaws shall be made in accordance with the procedures described in Article IX. Section 6 - Finance Committee The Treasurer shall chair the Finance Committee. The Finance Committee shall set forth general principles for managing the Southside Community Kitchen's budget and treasury following established principles of good accounting practice. The Finance Committee shall prepare a recommended budget for the Southside Community Kitchen for the upcoming year, and shall present that recommended budget to the Board of Directors. Adoption of the budget shall be subject to approval by the Board of Directors, which shall have authority to adopt, reject, or modify the recommended budget upon a majority vote. ARTICLE VI MEETINGS Section 1 - General Provisions The Board of Directors shall meet a minimum of nine (9) times per year. Additional meetings of the Board of Directors may be held upon the call of the President, or of one-third (1/3) or more of the Board Members. Notice of a meeting shall be provided to Board Members personally or by mail not less than forty-eight (48) hours prior to the meeting. This notice shall include the time, place, and general purpose of the meeting. Section 2 - Quorum At any meeting of the Board Directors, a majority of the elected Board Members with voting privileges shall constitute a quorum. No business may be transacted without the presence of a quorum. All matters acted upon shall be by a majority vote of such quorum. Section 3 - Organization The President, or in the President's absence the Vice-President, or in their absence any Board Member chosen by the Board Members present, shall call meetings of the Board of Directors to order and shall act as chairperson of such meetings.

Section 4 - Parliamentary Authority Robert's Rules of Order shall govern on all matters not covered by these Bylaws. ARTICLE VII EMPLOYEES OF THE SOUTHSIDE COMMUNITY KITCHEN Section 1 - Employees The employees of the Southside Community Kitchen shall consist of a Director, Cooks, a Volunteer Coordinator, and other paid staff as deemed necessary and as hired by the Board of Directors as set forth in Article III. Section 2. Sectionl - _Director The Director shall be responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Southside Community Kitchen including but not limited to: Organizing meals. A. B. Managing employees Promoting community awareness of the Southside C. Community Kitchen and the needs of the hungry people,of Lansing. D. Pursuing funding opportunities. E. Providing a written report at each meeting of the Board of Directors. Section 3 - Job Descriptions The job description for the Director of the Southside Community Kitchen shall be developed by the Personnel Committee, and job descriptions for all other employees of the Southside Community Kitchen shall be developed by the Director. The Personnel Committee shall annually review all employee job descriptions and shall make recommendations for changes to the Board of Directors as needed. All employee job descriptions shall be subject to approval by the Board of Directors. Section 4 Evaluations Evaluations of employees shall be conducted three (3) months before the end of the fiscal year. The Personnel Committee shall conduct the evaluation of the Director, and the Director shall conduct the evaluations of all other employees. Recommendations for any changes in salary to be included in the budget for the following fiscal year shall be made by the Personnel Committee to the Board of

Directors one month before the end of the fiscal year, following these evaluations. Section 5 - Em plovment Contracts Any employment contract shall be subject to approval by the Board of Directors. Section 6 - Board Privileges The Director is an ex officio non-voting Board Member and A. shall be required to attend meetings of the Board of Directors and to provide a monthly report. B. All other employees are invite to attend meetings of the Board of Directors as ex officio non-voting Board Members. Section 7 - Termination of Employees Notwithstanding any other provision of these Bylaws, responsibility for terminating any employee of the Southside Community Kitchen rests solely with the Board of Directors. ARTICLE VIII MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS Section 1 - Fiscal Year The fiscal year of the corporation shall be the calendar year beginning with the first day of July and ending at the close of the last day of June next succeeding. Section 2 - Loans to Officers No loan of money or property or any advance on account of services to be performed in the future shall be made to any officer or Board Member. Section 3 - Records The books and records of the corporation shall be kept at such place or places within the state as the Board of Directors may, from time to time, determine by Resolution. Section 4 - Membership List A complete and accurate membership list containing the names and addresses of all Board Members and officers shall be kept at the principal office of the Southside Community Kitchen. Section 5 - Audit

A complete annual audit of the financial books of the Southside Community Kitchen shall be conducted at the close of each fiscal year. Section 6 - Liability Officers and Board Members of the Southside Community Kitchen shall be immune from liability for acts and omissions as provided by Michigan law for volunteers of non-profit corporations. ARTICLE IX BYLAWS Bylaws may be adopted, amended, or repealed at any meeting of the Board of Directors by a vote of the majority thereof, provided that notice of the proposed change is provided in writing to the whole Board of Directors not less than two (2) weeks prior to any such meeting.

To Whom It May Concern: Please accept my official resignation from the Lansing PSD / Downtown Lansing Inc. I can no longer fulfill the obligations of this position and would like my position to be filled by someone who can commit more time to it. Thank you, Farhan Bhatti 201 E Saint Joseph St Lansing, MI 48933
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Dear Chris: Enclosed is a copy of a revised summary of City Council Committee Meetings Absences Report to replace the document I submitted last week. The only differences are Hewitt's absences should be 4 instead of 7 and total absences equal 73 instead of 72. Please put this item and letter on the September 27 City Council meeting agenda, so that the documents can become a part of the public record. I apologize for my mistakes and any confusion I may have caused. through July 30, 2010. However, the information appears to be incomplete, because the data for Public Services and Committee of the Whole only cover periods through March 31 and May 17 respectively, instead of through the end of July as I formally requested in my FOIA.
1, 2010

Note that my FOIA request asked for information from January

Thank you for your cooperation in this matter. PEACE,

John Pollard cc: Encl. Brigham Smith, City Attorney & FOIA Officer

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CITY COUNCIL COMMITTEE MEETINGS ATTENDANCE SUMMARY (Jan.1 through July 30, 2010)

Development & Planning (Jeffries, Yorko, Quinney) = 17 meetings Jeffries = 0 absences; Yorko = 4 absences; Quinney = 4 absences General Services (Quinney, Houghton, Wood) = 15 meetings Quinney = 3; Houghton = 3; Wood = 1 Intergovernmental Relations (Dunbar, Houghton, Jeffries) = 4 meetings (1 meeting cancelled) Dunbar = 0; Houghton = 0; Jeffries = 0 Personnel (Dunbar, Robinson, Quinney, Yorko) = 3 meetings Dunbar = 0; Robinson = 0; Quinney = 1; Yorko = 2 Public Safety (Wood, Hewitt, Yorko) = 37 meetings (4 meetings cancelled) Wood = 0; Hewitt = 1; Yorko = 27 Public Services (Hewitt, Yorko, Jeffries) = 7 meetings Hewitt = 0; Yorko = 3; Jeffries = 0 Ways & Means (Wood, Hewitt, Houghton) = 15 meetings Wood = 0; Hewitt = 0; Houghton = 1 Committee of the Whole (8 Council members) = 16 meetings (2 meetings cancelled) Robinson = 2; Dunbar = 4; Hewitt = 3; Houghton = 4; Jeffries = 4; Quinney = 3; Wood = 1; Yorko = 2 TOTAL COMMITTEE MEETINGS SCHEDULED = 114 Total # of Committee Meetings Cancelled = 7 Total Council Members' Absences = 73 Robinson = 2, Dunbar = 4, Hewitt =4, Houghton = 8, Jeffries = 4, Quinney = 11, Wood = 2, Yorko = 38

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Mr. Mitch Whisler Transportation & Parking City of Lansing Mr. Andy Kilpatrick Transportation & Parking City of Lansing 210 N. Grand Lansing, MI 48933 Carol Woods City Council at Large Lansing, MI Mr. Whisler & Mr. Kilpatrick, and Ms. Woods, RE: The SW corner of North Jenison Avenue and West corner of West Willow Street, Lansing, MI 48915

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The corner of North Jenison and West Willow Street is a busy intersection with N. Jenison Avenue being an emergency route for the Fire, Ambulance and Fire Departments. We are requesting a NO PARKING EXCEPT FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES sign on the corner of West Willow to the first driveway on North Jenison Avenue for this reason. I consider AIRWAY OXYGEN COMPANY who delivers oxygen to our home and an ambulance such emergency vehicles as they have in the past needed to park in the neighbors driveway because of all avenues blocked to our front door with multiple parked vehicles in the area of interest With the large SUV vehicles, Vans and trucks parked on the street, the vehicles have been parked at least 18 inches away from the curb, the persons at 1215 N Jenison Avenue cannot get out of there driveway because of the blind spots from the large vehicles parked there. We have had accidents from persons turning off of Willow Street and not seeing people backing out of the driveway_ No one can see from either direction what the other is doing because of blocked visibility from parked vehicles. Along with 2 accidents in the past few years, we have had several near misses of accidents weekly. For this reason I am requesting that a NO PARKING EXCEPT FOR EMERGENCY VEHICLES be placed NORTH of the first driveway on North Jenison Avenue and in front of the house at 1219 N. Jenison Avenue, Lansing, MI 48915. Cars have been parked across the driveway and blocked in the past from coming and going at 1215 N. Jenison Avenue, Lansing, MI because of inconsiderate parked vehicles. In case of an emergency, someone could have died.

The traffic stopped at the traffic light on West Willow Street is a problem for persons attempting to get out of our driveway. I feel a DO NOT BLOCK DRIVEWAY sign needs to be put up to alleviate this problem. We have been considerate of other people for years and would like some consideration in return at this point in our lives. Thank you in advance for your consideration of this matter and hope to hear from you soon. Sincerely,

Mr.Tryce Coleman 1219 N. Jenison Avenue Lansing, MI 48915 Phone: 517-5808229

Mr. Michael Malloy 1215 N. Jenison Avenue Lansing, MI 48915 Phone: 517-489-8312

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