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DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP

COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE

Community Services Center


2074 Aurelius Road, Holt, MI 48842
(517) 694-2137

Tuesday
June 7, 2011

CANCELLED DUE TO
LACK OF AGENDA ITEMS
DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP BOARD MEETING
2074 Aurelius Road, Holt 48842 (517) 694-2137
Tuesday, June 7, 2011
7:30 p.m.
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1. Department of Public Services – May Activity Report


2. 2010 Annual Report – Accounting Department

Unfinished Business
3. Amendment to the Delhi Charter Township Code, Specifically Section 10-118 (also known as
Ordinance No. 32, Section 2.1) – Discharge of Firearms, Weapons and Devices, Second
Consideration

Consent Agenda
4. a) Approval of Minutes – Committee Meeting of May 17, 2011
b) Approval of Minutes – Regular Meeting of May 17, 2011
c) Approval of Minutes – Goals & Objectives Meeting of June 1, 2011
d) Approval of Claims – May 17, 2011
e) Approval of Claims – May 31, 2011
f) Approval of Payroll – May 26, 2011

New Business
5. Agreement for Local Road Improvement between the Ingham County Board of Road
Commissioners and Delhi Charter Township – Pine Tree Road (Dell Road to Cul-de-Sac
North of Sandhill)
6. Proposed Ordinance No. 120 – Re-Establishment and Confirmation of the Delhi Charter
Township Planning Commission Pursuant to the Michigan Planning Enabling Act of
2008, First Consideration
7. Resolution No. 2011-012 – Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Development Project
Agreement – Valhalla Park Restroom/Pavilion Project
Zoning and Development

Items Removed From Consent Agenda For Discussion

Late Agenda Items


8.
9.
10.

Reports
11. Supervisor:
12. Treasurer:
13. Clerk:
14. Trustees:
15. Manager:

Limited Comments
MEMBERS OF THE PUBLIC WILL BE AFFORDED THE OPPORTUNITY TO ADDRESS THE BOARD REGARDING ANY ITEM ON THE AGENDA AT
THE TIME SUCH ITEM IS OPEN FOR DISCUSSION BY THE BOARD. ANYONE WISHING TO COMMENT ON ANY MATTER NOT ON THE AGENDA
MAY DO SO AT THIS TIME.

Adjournment
The Township will provide reasonable auxiliary aids and services, such as interpreters for the hearing impaired and audio tapes of
printed materials considered at the meeting for the visually impaired, for individuals with disabilities at the meeting upon five (5) working
days notice to the Township. Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should contact Delhi Charter Township,
Evan Hope, Township Clerk, 694-2135.

ALL PAGERS, CELL PHONES, RADIOS AND SIMILAR DEVICES ARE TO BE TURNED OFF OR TO SILENT MODE DURING ALL
BOARD MEETINGS.
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES
Monthly Report
May 2011

Effluent Flow Data – (Average MGD)

Laboratory Testing and Quality Control – Quality Assurance Program

Tests Run For Number Run % Passing


Permit Compliance 243
Process Control 1711
Quality Control 87 89%
Check Samples 7 71%
DMRQA-Study 30
Proficiency
Miscellaneous Sampling 14

Totals 2062 80%


Training

# of Employees
Date Attended Training Course Description
5/5/2011 2 2007 Excel 1 (New Horizons)
5/6/2011 2 Respirator Fit Test
5/10/2011 1 Laboratory QA/QC Workshop (Frankenmuth)
5/10/2011 1 2007 Excel 2 (New Horizons)
5/17-18/11 2 2007 Access 1 (New Horizons)
5/18/2011 2 ICHD Temp Food Permit Safety Class
5/26/2011 1 Operator "C" License Exam

Maintenance

WORK ORDERS

Note: Work order totals do not include monthly, weekly and daily preventive maintenance tasks.

x Weeded the live roof at the Senior Center


x Contractor completed replacing the main sprinkler system at CSC
x Cleaned, inspected and televised the 20” inverted siphon sewer main on McCue Road
x Street swept the Memorial Day parade route
x Filled the water totes at the community garden locations
x Built a soil screen by using some of the equipment from the old headworks
x Inspected and exercised the lift station isolation valves
x Trained nine (9) seasonal employees on equipment and reviewed all safety precautions
DDA
x Inspected and repaired as needed the decorative streetlights in the DDA area
x Cleaned, disposed of all the trash, and mowed along the Cedar Street median
x Changed the banners to the patriotic theme for Memorial Day
x Planted and placed the decorative pots for the DDA streetscape area
x Weeded and mulched the DDA landscape areas

Miss Digs Performed

Complaints and Call-Outs Received

COMPLAINTS
CALL OUTS

Sanitary Sewer Permits Issued

SEWER PERMITS ISSUED


Sanitary/Storm Sewer Inspections Performed

SANITARY SEWER INSPECTIONS

STORM SEWER INSPECTIONS


Feet of Sanitary Sewer Cleaned (Vactor Truck Work)

Feet of Sanitary Sewer Televised (Camera Truck Work)

40,000
35,000
30,000
25,000
Feet

20,000
15,000
10,000
5,000
0
Jan Feb Mar Apr May June July Aug Sept Oct Nov Dec
2007 7,327 22,057 12,574 6,645 3,123 18,961 23,977 17,841 21,449 21,101 33,294 27,267
2008 9,969 2,777 11,179 9,260 9,258 23,455 25,608 18,884 19,996 15,909 2,736 7,221
2009 19,026 14,727 18,510 21,666 11,707 31,320 26,089 19,007 6,260 19,432 14,061 8,886
2010 18,173 7,894 17,965 3,521 9,409 12,661 11,476 12,015 6,227 12,989 19,390 1,323
2011 15,037 11,364 32,098 14,918 19,607
Cemetery

BURIALS

x Installed four (4) foundation/niches


x Groomed all three (3) cemeteries in preparation of Memorial Day
x Installed a new parking lot in the southeast corner near the walking path at Maple Ridge
cemetery. Three (3) pet waste dispensers were also installed near the location.

Community Outreach
On May 20, Senator Carl Levin visited the POTW to tour the digester complex and learn
about the sludge dryer project. He enthusiastically lends his support to this effort to create an
alternative fuel source. A WILX Channel 10 news reporter attended the tour and interviewed
Senator Levin and several other Delhi personnel. On Sunday, May 22, a WLNS Channel 6
news reporter toured the POTW and interviewed Delhi personnel regarding the project.
Thanks go out to the Lions Club for hosting a brush drop off event at the POTW pond
area on May 21; they collected fifty-eight (58) loads of brush and forty-five (45) bags of yard
waste.
The Annual Reuse Rally was held on May 7. Residents were encouraged to drop off
reusable items two weeks in advance of the event to allow personnel time to organize
everything. This year’s rally was very successful with the majority of the items dropped off
finding new homes.
In the month of May, Gill visited the Dimondale Elementary school, Olivet Baptist Church
and the park at the corner of Holt and Aurelius Roads.

Storm Water
Water Quality Monitoring began at 20 sites designated in the grant application packet on
May 16. Two Environmental Interns will perform the sampling and process the data as part of
this program.
Industrial Pretreatment Program

May IPP Activities


Review/Approval
5/19/2011 1380 N Cedar - Total Firearms (bldg plan)
5/25/2011 3400 Belle Chase Way - Two Men and a Truck (bldg plan)
Inspections
(Grease Traps)
Compliant 05/27/11 7-11 1997 Aurelius
Compliant 05/27/11 Biggby Coffee - 2006 Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Buddies Grill - 2040 Aurelius
Compliant 05/27/11 Big Ten Holt - 2005 Eifert
Compliant 05/27/11 Burger King - 2464 Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Burger King - 2520 E. Jolly
Compliant 05/27/11 Champions - 2440 N. Cedar
Compliant 05/19/11 Chisholm Hills - 2395 Washington
Compliant 05/27/11 Coach's - 6201 Bishop
Compliant 05/27/11 Coffee Barrel - 2237 Aurelius
Compliant 05/27/11 Cottage Inn Pizza - 1995 Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Delhi Café - 4625 Willoughby
Compliant 05/27/11 Fat Boys Pizza - 2040 Aurelius
Compliant 05/19/11 Eagles - 1111 N. Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 IngCredible - 2454 S. Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Jade Garden - 1979 Aurelius
Compliant 05/27/11 Kroger - 2495 N. Cedar
Non Compliant 05/27/11 Little Caesar's - 2221 N. Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 McDonald's 2775 Eaton Rapids Rd.
Compliant 05/27/11 McDonald's 2530 E. Jolly
Compliant 05/27/11 McDonald's 2400 N. Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Sam Corey Senior Center- 2108 N. Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Sammy's II - 1957 Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Subway - 2765 Eaton Rapids Rd.
Compliant 05/27/11 Tacos E Mas - 1850 Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Tim Horton's - 2450 E. Jolly
Compliant 05/27/11 Tim Horton's - 2350 Cedar
Compliant 05/27/11 Wendy's - 2727 Eaton Rapids Rd.
2010 Annual Report – Accounting
Department

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5( Amendment to the Delhi Charter Township Code, Specifically
Section 10-118 (also known as Ordinance No. 32, Section 2.1)
Relating to the Discharge of Firearms, Weapons and Devices


Enclosed for your review and consideration is an amendment to the Delhi
Charter Township Code Section 10-118 (also known as Ordinance No. 32,
Section 2.1) which addresses safety concerns regarding the discharge of any
firearms, weapons and devices by any person within, or into, a platted
subdivision within the Township which is located north of the Urban Services
Boundary and within or into any school, parks or other public property.

Amending the ordinance related to firearms, weapons and devices was


discussed at several meetings in late 2009 and early 2010. After discussing the
pros and cons of the ordinance language at that time, the Board felt postponing
action to further evaluate the proposed ordinance language was warranted.

At the April 5, 2011 Committee of the Whole meeting, staff presented new
amendment language addressing some of the concerns of the Township Board.
This new language that prohibits discharging weapons (as defined in the
ordinance) in all platted areas, residential condominium developments, multi-
family residential use zoned areas, school property and parks or other public
property that is located north of the Urban Service Boundary. This amendment
should also address most of the concerns of the residents who have large rural
platted properties in the Township while still protecting the health, safety and
welfare of our residents in more urbanized areas of the Township. Therefore, I
recommend adoption of the same.


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Delhi Charter Township
Department of Community Development

MEMORANDUM

TO: John B. Elsinga, Township Manager

FROM: Tracy L.C. Miller, Director of Community Development

DATE: Thursday, May 12, 2011

RE: Ordinance 32.1 (Amendment of Section 10-118 Relating to Discharge of


Firearms, Weapons and Devices in Certain Areas of the Township)

Pursuant to the Board’s discussion and direction given at the April 5th meeting, attached please
find proposed Ordinance amendments (32.1) which would modify existing Township Ordinance
language by expanding the scope of regulation regarding the discharge of firearms and other
weapons within certain areas of the Township. I have also attached the map, which has
undergone several refinements, that is intended to provide illustration of where we would expect
the proposed Ordinance amendments to have an effect within the Township. For purposes of
providing a chronological detail of the Township’s past review and deliberation on this matter, I
have also included my memorandum dated March 29, 2011.

Please forward the attached information to the Board for their 1st consideration and action at the
upcoming May 17th meeting. As always, if you require additional information please do not
hesitate to ask. Thank you in advance for your time and attention to this matter.
Delhi Charter Township
Department of Community Development

MEMORANDUM

TO: John B. Elsinga, Township Manager

FROM: Tracy L.C. Miller, Director of Community Development

DATE: Tuesday, March 29, 2011

RE: Chronological Information – Ordinance 32.1 (Amendment of Section 10-118


Relating to Discharge of Firearms, Weapons and Devices in Certain Areas of the
Township)

On November 4, 2009 Ms. Gwendolyn Rytlewski and Mr. Brent Woodman appeared before the
Township Board and requested that consideration be given to ordinance language which would
regulate bow and firearm target practicing in residential neighborhoods. Staff was asked to look
into the feasibility of this request and bring something back to the Board for consideration. In
early 2010 the Township Manager’s office began researching this matter. Existing ordinance
language was identified (1967), which reads as follows:

Section 2.1
No minor shall fire or discharge in any of the platted areas of the Charter Township of
Delhi any fire arms which include shot guns, rifles or pistols, B-B or pellet guns, slings
or sling shots, bows and arrows, or have said weapons in their possession uncased except
that the above weapons, with the exception of fire arms, may be fired, operated or used
under the direct supervision and control of an adult.

This existing language contains the following main provisions:


1. It is limited to minors.
2. It is limited to platted areas of the Township.
3. It requires adult supervision if a minor is going to fire/operate/use any of the weapons
except for a firearm.
4. A firearm can not be fired/operated/used by a minor regardless of adult supervision.

It was determined that the best approach would be to modify this existing language to
accommodate the current desired regulations. To that end, on March 16, 2010 the Board took
action (1st consideration) to amend this section of the Township Code. There was no one from
the public that spoke against this proposal at this meeting. However, a petition in support of the
proposed language/amendment was received that contained the signatures of twenty Township
residents

The proposed amendment, at that time, included the following provisions:

1. Expanded scope of regulations to include all people, not just minors.


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2. Included “Cross-bows” in the list of weapons.


3. Expanded the areas regulated to:
a. Within or into any platted area.
b. Within 400’ of any public park or public building.
4. Included an exclusion for:
a. law enforcement personal
b. self-defense
c. supervised recreation programs (conducted by a certified firearms instructor)
5. Included misdemeanor language.

After this meeting, the Township Board Members and Staff began to receive a lot of inquires
from citizens who were concerned about the proposed amendment. I was asked to participate in
determining the potential impact of the ordinance amendment, as currently proposed, and
provide a suggested alternative if desirable.

At the April 6, 2010 Board meeting I presented a second draft based on the original proposal of
the amendment. The Board voted to approve, upon first consideration, the second draft
language. The draft language included the following requirements:

1. Continued to expand the scope of regulations to include all people, not just minors.
2. Continued to include “Cross-bows” in the list of weapons.
3. Clarified the expansion of the areas regulated to cover all densely developed areas
(not just platted areas) as follows:
a. Platted areas, residential condominium developments, property zoned or used for
multi-family residential use, school property and parks or other public property.
b. The “400’ from public buildings” language was removed because of the potential
impact to properties nearby the more remote Township facilities (i.e. POTW).
4. Included an exclusion for:
a. law enforcement personal
b. self-defense
c. Supervised recreation programs conducted by a certified instructor, expanded to
recognize that all recreation programs may not be for “firearms” and that
therefore the instructor may not be a “firearms instructor” as was previously
specified.
5. Continued to include the misdemeanor language.

A map which illustrated the probable impact of this language on specific properties was also
provided to Board members.

On April 20, 2010 the Township Board held “second consideration” of the proposed language.
At this meeting seven individuals spoke against the amendment. Four of the individuals that
spoke were owners of the residentially zoned riverfront properties on Waverly Road. There was
significant discussion about the fact that although these properties are zoned residential, they are
large and generally “rural” in nature. Ultimately, the Board voted to indefinitely postpone the
amendment.
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There has been a continued interest on behalf of those that support the amendment and those that
oppose it since that time. Our office estimates that we receive an average of one phone call or
visit a week from an individual who is interested in the status of the amendment. The majority,
although not all, of these contacts are from those that are opposed to the amendment, although a
thorough understanding of the amendment by the individual is not always evident. I think that it
may be fair to assume that at least some citizens that would otherwise support the ordinance have
not been active participates because it may be assumed that this type of activity is already
prohibited, as it is in many urban and suburban municipalities.

For reference, I’ve looked at the ordinances of several municipalities that are similar to Delhi
Township or representative of our region to determine the level and type of regulation that exists.
While some communities do not appear to have regulations on the books about these activities, a
large portion do. In general, it appears that communities that are currently urban or are in the
process of urbanizing, frequently adopt regulations. To confirm this conclusion, I examined the
regulations of a number of truly urban communities (City of Lansing, Grand Rapids, Flint, Ann
Arbor, etc.) and found that all of these communities prohibit the discharge of weapons. In
contrast, none of the truly rural communities (Eaton Township, Brookfield Twp., etc.) that I
examined had any restrictions. Below is a summary of the information I gathered:

Community Name Does Local Summary of Regulation(s):


& Size Regulation These regulations cover discharge only, not ownership, carry, etc.
Exist?
Delta Township YES ƒ Hunting or Discharge of a firearm for any reason is prohibited in Section 11
30,759 est. pop. (developed area) or within 150 yards of schools.
ƒ Restrictions use of rifles in certain areas.
ƒ Land use restrictions that classify Archery & Shooting Ranges as an “Outdoor
Commercial Recreation Est.”. Requires a SLU Permit (like a SUP). Could use
this language to exclude “backyard” ranges from residential areas.

City of Lansing YES ƒ Prohibits any discharge of a weapon (all types) within the City limits.
113,810 est. pop. ƒ Includes an exception for the LAPD and Parks & Rec programs.

Lansing Township YES ƒ Prohibited. Includes exception for personal defense, law enforcement or at an
8,458 est. pop. approved shooting range.

City of DeWitt YES ƒ Prohibits discharge of weapons, except that bow & arrows, BB guns/air guns
4,702 est. pop. (only) may be used on private property with the owner’s permission.
ƒ Includes extra “hunting” regulations, requiring a hunter to be at least 450’ from
any building or public street and 200’ from any property lot line, whichever is
greater. The use of Crossbows is prohibited. This is more restrictive than state
law. The purpose of protecting safety of persons is stated as the reason for the
extra regulation within the ord. language.

City of Charlotte YES ƒ Defines a “firearm” to including guns, BB guns, pellet guns, bows, etc.
8,915 est., pop. ƒ Prohibited completely within City limits.

City of Owasso YES ƒ Prohibited.


14,748 est. pop.

City of St. Johns YES ƒ Prohibited. Includes exception for personal defense, law enforcement or at an
7,300 est. pop. approved shooting range.
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Pittsfield Township YES ƒ Prohibited within defined urbanized areas.


(Washtenaw Co.)
30,167 est. pop.

Brighton Township YES ƒ Prohibited within defined urbanized areas.


(Livingston Co.) ƒ May be limited to discharge of guns, depending on their definition of a
17,673 est. pop. “firearm”.
(84% urban area/ 16% rural
per Township website)

Macomb Township YES ƒ Prohibits discharge (Sec. 12-341).


(Oakland Co.)
70,326 est. pop.

Superior Township YES ƒ Prohibits discharge of all firearms within the urbanized areas. Establishes
(Washtenaw Co.) criteria for other, less dense, areas.
Est. pop. 10,740

Charter Township of YES ƒ Establishes standards (setbacks, etc.) for private target ranges for bow/arrow.
Orion (Oakland Co.) Prohibits practice with broad heads.
33,463 est. pop. ƒ Prohibits discharge within defined urbanized areas.
(98% urban/2% rural)

Leoni Township (Jackson YES ƒ Prohibits within identified urbanized areas.


Co.)
13,259 est. pop.
(57% urban/43% rural)

Summit Township YES ƒ Prohibited, except at an approved target range.


(Jackson Co.)
21,534
(80% urban/20% rural)

In December of 2010, the Board indicated that this matter would be addressed in the early part of
2011. As a follow though, I’ve attached a proposed Ordinance amendment that limits the
affected properties to only those that are north of the Urban Service Boundary (USB) as outlined
in our Master Plan (also see attached map). Adding this language to the proposed amendment
removes the platted parcels on Waverly Road and a few others that are clearly rural in nature
from regulation. I believe based on our previous discussion that this change in the proposal will
go a long way in remedying most of the concerns previously expressed.

Below is a summary of the proposed Ordinance amendment:


1. Expand the scope of regulations to include all people, not just minors.
2. Include “Cross-bows” in the list of weapons.
3. Clarify the expansion of the areas regulated to cover all densely developed areas (not
just platted areas) as follows:
a. Platted areas, residential condominium developments, property zoned or used for
multi-family residential use, school property and parks or other public property,
which are located north of the Urban Service Boundary as presented on the
official Future Land Use Map which is a part of the Delhi Township Master Plan.
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4. Continue the exclusion for:


b. Law enforcement personal
c. Self-defense
d. Supervised recreation programs conducted by a certified instructor, expanded to
recognize that all recreation programs may not be for “firearms” and that
therefore the instructor may not be a “firearms instructor” as was previously
specified.
5. Continue to include the misdemeanor language.

However, there are other property owners who believe that target shooting, particularly with
bow/arrows, pellet guns, etc., should be permitted within the densely populated areas of the
Township. Largely, the individuals that share this belief that we have spoken to, have told us
that they believe deciding to engage in this activity should be left to individual judgment to
determine safety and appropriateness.

Another common theme has been that “I’ve always practiced shooting in my back yard and there
has never been any problem”. This may or may not be true for all affected parties. However, one
thing that is certain is that the Township has changed in that last 20 years and has become much
more urbanized.

Another change has been in the evolution of shooting sports equipment. Most people are pretty
aware of what a handgun, shotgun or rifle can do. However, the compound bows and air guns of
today are much more powerful than those that were available even 15 - 20 years ago. This
advancement in technology may constitute a greater threat in a densely populated urban area than
in the past if a misfire or other user/mechanical malfunction were to occur. For example, a
typical compound bow today is capable of 360’ per second or greater speed and broad
heads/arrows that are capable of easily penetrating plywood and in some cases concrete block.
For more information, see the following web links: www.ragebroadheads.com/compare.aspx,
www.eastonarchery.com/products/nfused, www.mathewsinc.com. Similarly, air guns have also
evolved. Specifications for common modern air guns can be found at www.crosman.com.

I hope that the information outlined above is helpful. Please let me know if there is anything else
that I can provide to you and/or the Board that would assist with the consideration of this matter.
Thank you.
DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP

INGHAM COUNTY, MICHIGAN

ORDINANCE NO. 32.1

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AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE DELHI CHARTER


TOWNSHIP CODE AND SPECIFICALLY SECTION
10-118 AND DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP
ORDINANCE NUMBER 32 ARTICLE II, SECTION
2.1 THEREOF RELATING TO DISCHARGE OF
FIREARMS, WEAPONS AND DEVICES IN CERTAIN
AREAS OF THE TOWNSHIP; TO PROVIDE
PENALTIES FOR VIOLATION OF SAID SECTION;
AND TO PROVIDE AN EFFECTIVE DATE HEREOF.

The Charter Township of Delhi, Ingham County, Michigan, ordains:



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Code Section 10-118 entitled “Discharge, Possession of Weapons by


Minors,” and Ordinance No. 32, Article II, Section 2.1, shall be and are hereby
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a. No person shall fire or discharge any firearm, including B-B or pellet
guns, slings, slingshots, or bows and arrows (including cross-bows)
within or into any residential platted area of the Township,
residential condominium development, property zoned or used for
multiple residential use, school property, and parks or other public
property which are located north of the Urban Service Boundary as
presented on the official Future Land Use Map which is a part of
the Delhi Township Master Plan. The foregoing prohibition shall not
apply to any law enforcement official, persons discharging such
devices in self-defense, or any supervised recreational program
conducted by a certified instructor. Violation of this section shall be
a misdemeanor, punishable by a fine of up to Five Hundred and
no/100 Dollars ($500.00), imprisonment for up to ninety-three (93)
days, or both such fine and imprisonment, plus costs as determined
by the Court.
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immediately upon its adoption and publication as provided by law.

First Reading: _________________________


First Publication: _________________________
Second Reading: _________________________
Second Publication (Posting): _________________________
Effective Date: _________________________

_________________________
Stuart Goodrich, Supervisor

_________________________
Evan Hope, Clerk

I, Evan Hope, Clerk of the Charter Township of Delhi, hereby certify that
the foregoing constitutes a true and complete copy of Ordinance No. ____, duly
adopted by the Board of Trustees of the Charter Township of Delhi, Ingham
County, Michigan, on the ____ day of _______________, 2011, and that the
same was posted and published as required by law on the ____ day of
_______________, 2011.

___________________________________
Evan Hope, Clerk
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Recommended Motion:

To approve the Consent Agenda as presented.


DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP
COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING HELD ON MAY 17, 2011

The members of the Delhi Charter Township Committee of the Whole met on Tuesday, May 17,
2011, in the Multipurpose Room at the Community Services Center, 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt,
MI. Supervisor Goodrich called the meeting to order at 6:30 p.m.

Members Present: Supervisor Stuart Goodrich, Clerk Evan Hope, Treasurer


Harry Ammon, Trustees Derek Bajema, John Hayhoe, Roy Sweet

Members Absent: Trustee Jerry Ketchum

Others Present: John Elsinga, Township Manager


Lt. Mike DeBruin, Delhi Division, Ingham County Sheriff’s Office
Marian Frane, Director of Accounting
Rick Royston, Fire Chief
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

Sandra Diorka, Director of Public Services


Tracy Miller, Director of Community Development
Wendy Thielen, Assistant Township Manager of Human Resources
Tricia Vander Ploeg, Administrative Assistant/Deputy Supervisor
Amy Finch, Assistant Township Clerk/Deputy Clerk

BUSINESS

INGHAM COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE/DELHI DIVISION – APRIL ACTIVITY REPORT

Lt. DeBruin, Ingham County Sheriff’s Office/Delhi Division, reported on the highlights of the April
2011 Ingham County Sheriff’s Office/Delhi Division Activity Report (ATTACHMENT I).

Lt. DeBruin reported that the Sheriff’s Office will be applying for COPS grant to secure two more
deputies for the Delhi Division.

2011 DELHI TOWNSHIP PROPOSED ROAD IMPROVEMENTS – BILL CONKLIN,


MANAGING DIRECTOR OF THE INGHAM COUNTY ROAD COMMISSION

Bill Conklin, Managing Director of the Ingham County Road Commission, reported on the 2011
proposed Township road improvements. The Cedar Street Project was funded for 2012;
however, it has been moved up to 2011 with 80% Federal funding and a 20% local match.
Construction is anticipated to begin in mid July. Discussion has been held in regard to the
Township splitting the local match with the Road Commission. The local match amount is
currently estimated at $130,000.

Mr. Conklin stated that the Pine Tree Road improvements from Dell Road to north of Sandhill
Road are estimated to cost $120,000 with an option to chip seal, north of Watts Landing
Development for an additional $3,000. The Township match on this project would be $90,000
($87,000 if the Township chooses not to do the optional chip seal).

Next year with 2012 Federal funding, the Washington Road improvement project from Holt
Road to Willoughby Road and the Willoughby Road improvement project from Washington
Road to Miriam Road will begin. The Road Commission received a Federal Safety grant to
realign the lanes on Willoughby Road at the intersection of Aurelius and Willoughby Roads.

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COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT – APRIL ACTIVITY REPORT

Tracy Miller, Director of Community Development, reported on the highlights of the April 2011
Community Development Department Activity Report (ATTACHMENT II).

FIRE DEPARTMENT – APRIL ACTIVITY REPORT

Rick Royston, Fire Chief, reported on the highlights of the April 2011 Fire Department Activity
Report (ATTACHMENT III).
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

ADJOURNMENT

Meeting adjourned at 7:30 p.m.

Date: ______________________ __________________________


Evan Hope, Township Clerk

Date: ______________________ __________________________


Stuart Goodrich, Supervisor
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MINUTES OF REGULAR MEETING HELD ON MAY 17, 2011

The Delhi Charter Township Board of Trustees met in a regular meeting on Tuesday, May 17,
2011 in the Multipurpose Room at the Community Services Center, 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt,
Michigan. Supervisor Goodrich called the meeting to order at 7:30 p.m.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

Members Present: Supervisor Stuart Goodrich, Treasurer Harry Ammon, Clerk Evan Hope,
Trustees Derek Bajema, John Hayhoe, Roy Sweet

Members Absent: Trustee Jerry Ketchum

Others Present: John Elsinga, Township Manager


Al McFadyen, DDA Executive Director
Lt. Mike DeBruin, Delhi Division, Ingham County Sheriff’s Office
Rick Royston, Fire Chief
Sandra Diorka, Director of Public Services
Tracy Miller, Director of Community Development
Marian Frane, Director of Accounting
Wendy Thielen, Assistant Township Manager of Human Resources
Tricia Vander Ploeg, Administrative Assistant/Deputy Supervisor
Amy Finch, Assistant Township Clerk/Deputy Clerk
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC – None

CAPITAL AREA TRANSPORTATION AUTHORITY (CATA) REPORT

Sandra Draggoo, CEO/Executive Director of CATA, introduced H. James Froehlich,


Service Planning Manager of CATA, who reported on the recent public hearing that was held
regarding a change of service that is proposed to take place in the fall of 2011.

2010 ANNUAL REPORT – FIRE DEPARTMENT

Rick Royston, Fire Chief, reported on the highlights of the 2010 Fire Department Annual Report
(ATTACHMENT I).

UNFINISHED BUSINESS

AMENDMENT TO THE DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP CODE, SPECIFICALLY SECTION 10-


118 (ALSO KNOWN AS ORDINANCE NO. 32, SECTION 2.1) DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS,
WEAPONS AND DEVICES, FIRST CONSIDERATION

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 12, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and Tracy
Miller, Director of Community Development (ATTACHMENT II).

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SWEET MOVED UPON FIRST CONSIDERATION, TO AMEND THE DELHI CHARTER


TOWNSHIP CODE, SECTION 10-118, ALSO KNOWN AS ORDINANCE NO. 32,
SECTION 2.1, RELATING TO THE DISCHARGE OF FIREARMS, WEAPONS AND
DEVICES (PROPOSED TOWNSHIP ORDINANCE NO. 32.1).

Tracy Miller, Director of Community Development, gave a brief history of the proposed
amendments.

Discussion was held by the Board regarding the areas in the Township that would be regulated
by this amendment.

The following individuals spoke in opposition to proposed Ordinance No. 32.1:

Christine Gilliland, 1525 Holbrook Dr., Holt Bernard Zandstra, 3734 Bayou Place, Holt
Robert Dingwell, 2160 Gunn Rd., Holt Kevin Steele, 2411 Gunn Rd., Holt
Brian Denison, 2266 Eifert Rd., Holt Doug Kolmos, 2836 Memory Lane, Lansing
Bryan Rubingh, 2344 Gilbert Rd., Lansing Millard Holton, 610 Edgar Rd., Mason
Joan Fabiano, 4965 Deer Run Lane, Holt Bob Austin, 2134 Gunn Rd., Holt
Grayson Marisch, 2191 Eifert Rd., Holt

Gwendolyn Rytlewski, 1567 Gander Hill Dr., Holt, spoke in favor of proposed Ordinance No.
32.1.
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Hayhoe, Hope, Ketchum, Sweet, Goodrich
Nays: Ammon, Bajema
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

CONSENT AGENDA

A. Approval of Minutes – Special Joint School Board Meeting of April 19, 2011

B. Approval of Minutes – Regular Meeting of April 19, 2011

C. Approval of Claims – April 19, 2011 (ATTACHMENT III)

D. Approval of Claims – May 3, 2011 (ATTACHMENT IV)

E. Approval of Payroll – April 28, 2011 (ATTACHMENT V)

F. Approval of Payroll – May 12, 2011 (ATTACHMENT VI)

G. Reappointment to the Delhi Charter Township Planning Commission – Michael Goodall


(ATTACHMENT VII)

H. Reappointment to the Delhi Charter Township Planning Commission – Kenneth O’Hara


(ATTACHMENT VIII)

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I. Reappointment to the Delhi Charter Township Zoning Board of Appeals – Michael


Goodall (ATTACHMENT IX)

Trustee Bajema requested that Item C - Approval of Claims – April 19, 2011 and Item D -
Approval of Claims – May 3, 2011 be removed from the consent agenda for discussion.

AMMON MOVED TO APPROVE THE CONSENT AGENDA AS PRESENTED WITH


ITEM C - APRIL 19, 2011 APPROVAL OF CLAIMS AND ITEM D - APPROVAL OF
CLAIMS MAY 3, 2011 BE REMOVED FROM THE CONSENT AGENDA FOR
DISCUSSION.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Hope, Sweet, Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

NEW BUSINESS

INTER-AGENCY AGREEMENT BETWEEN THE BOARD OF INGHAM COUNTY ROAD


COMMISSIONERS AND DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP – CEDAR STREET IMPROVEMENTS

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 12, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and May 10,
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

2011 from Tracy Miller, Director of Community Development (ATTACHMENT X).

HAYHOE MOVED TO APPROVE THE INTER-AGENCY AGREEMENT FOR ROAD


IMPROVEMENTS BETWEEN DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP AND THE BOARD OF
INGHAM COUNTY ROAD COMMISSIONERS FOR CEDAR STREET ROAD
CROSSING AND PATHWAY IMPROVEMENTS.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Sweet, Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

RESOLUTION NO. 2011-011 – NOTICE OF INTENT TO ISSUE BONDS

The Board reviewed a memorandum dated May 9, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga (ATTACHMENT
XI).

AMMON MOVED TO ADOPT RESOLUTION NO. 2011-011, NOTICE OF INTENT TO


ISSUE BONDS FOR FINANCING PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS PLANT
IMPROVEMENTS.

Michael Gresens, Thrun Law Firm, gave a brief overview of the notice of intent to issue bonds for
this project.

The following individuals spoke in opposition to this item:

Christine Gilliland, 1525 Holbrook Dr., Holt Joan Fabiano, 4965 Deer Run Lane, Holt

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Jeff Hall, 1543 Gander Hill Dr., Holt Frank Badalamente, 1900 Persimmon Path, Holt
Michael Mercer, 4530 Sycamore St., Holt Mike Hamilton, 4541 Sycamore St., Holt

Trustee Bajema referred to the Notice of Right of Referendum section of the resolution,
questioning the number of registered voters in the Township. Trustee Bajema further questioned
lift station improvements that are no longer under consideration. Jamie Burton of Hubbell, Roth
and Clark, stated that lift station improvements are not under consideration at this time; however,
they will continue to come up under normal annual operations and maintenance. Trustee Bajema
questioned the increase of sewer rates.

Trustee Sweet asked if the Township would be liable for the 2.5 million dollar loan forgiveness if
the Township did not receive the grant. Twp. Mgr. Elsinga answered in the negative stating that
the Township is not liable for any loan expense until closing. Trustee Sweet further questioned
why the Township would want to move forward with this project prior to approval from the
Michigan Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ). Mr. Burton responded saying that in
2009, the DEQ issued an Environmental Assessment Statement relating to the original project.
This document was amended for Lift Station D. The document was again amended with the
amending of this Project Plan. This document has nothing to do with the bonds but rather with
environmental impacts.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Sweet, Ammon, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope
Nays: Bajema
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

The Board recessed at 9:39 p.m. and reconvened at 9:44 p.m.

PURCHASE OF EMS EQUIPMENT WITH FIRE ACT GRANT MONEY

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 6, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and May 5, 2011
from Rick Royston, Fire Chief (ATTACHMENT XII).

HOPE MOVED TO APPROVE THE PURCHASE OF TWO LIFE PAK 15


DEFIBRILLATORS AND TWO LUCAS 2 CHEST COMPRESSION UNITS FROM
PHYSIO-CONTROL, INC. IN THE AMOUNT OF $78,757.25 UTILIZING FIRE ACT
GRANT MONIES WITH THE TOWNSHIP’S SHARE BEING $7,875.73 (10%).

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope, Sweet
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-020 – FY 2011 GENERAL FUND BUDGET

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 6, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and May 3, 2011
from Marian Frane, Director of Accounting (ATTACHMENT XIII).

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AMMON MOVED TO ADOPT AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-020


FOR THE FY 2011 GENERAL FUND BUDGET.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope, Sweet, Ammon
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-021 – FY 2011 FIRE FUND BUDGET

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 6, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and May 4, 2011
from Marian Frane, Director of Accounting (ATTACHMENT XIV).

AMMON MOVED TO ADOPT AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-021


FOR THE FY 2011 FIRE FUND BUDGET.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope, Sweet, Ammon, Bajema
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-023 – FY 2011 FIRE EQUIPMENT,


TRAINING AND APPARATUS FUND BUDGET

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 6, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and May 4, 2011
from Marian Frane, Director of Accounting (ATTACHMENT XV).

SWEET MOVED TO ADOPT AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-023


FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2011 FIRE EQUIPMENT, TRAINING AND APPARATUS
FUND BUDGET.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Hayhoe, Hope, Sweet, Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-026 – FY 2011 SEWER FUND BUDGET

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 6, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and May 4, 2011
from Marian Frane, Director of Accounting (ATTACHMENT XVI).

AMMON MOVED TO ADOPT AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-026


FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2011 SEWER FUND BUDGET.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Hope, Sweet, Ammon, Goodrich, Hayhoe
Nay: Bajema
Absent: Ketchum

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MOTION CARRIED

AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-027 – FY 2011 DOWNTOWN


DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BUDGET

The Board reviewed memorandums dated May 5, 2011 from Twp. Mgr. Elsinga and May 4, 2011
from Marian Frane, Director of Accounting (ATTACHMENT XVII).

HOPE MOVED TO ADOPT AMENDMENT NO. 1 TO RESOLUTION NO. 2010-027 FOR


THE FY 2011 DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY BUDGET.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Sweet, Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

SPECIAL USE PERMIT NO. 11-193B – DTN PROPERTIES, LLC/DTN MANAGEMENT


COMPANY – 2200 DEPOT STREET – TAX PARCEL #33-25-05-14-427-011 – AMENDMENT
OF CONDITIONS

The Board reviewed a memorandum dated May 9, 2011 from Tracy Miller, Director of
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

Community Development (ATTACHMENT XVIII).

HOPE MOVED TO ADOPT SPECIAL USE PERMIT NO. 11-193B FOR DTN
PROPERTIES, LLC/DTN MANAGEMENT COMPANY, ASPEN LAKES PLANNED
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION
AT THEIR APRIL 25, 2011 MEETING.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Sweet, Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

SPECIAL USE PERMIT NO. 11-265 – SHOWCASE MOTORS, FRANK LUD – 2509 EATON
RAPIDS ROAD – TAX PARCEL NO. 33-25-05-07-351-009 – OUTDOOR VEHICLE DISPLAY

The Board reviewed a memorandum dated May 9, 2011 from Tracy Miller, Director of
Community Development (ATTACHMENT XIX).

HAYHOE MOVED TO ADOPT SPECIAL USE PERMIT NO. 11-265 FOR FRANK
LUD, SHOWCASE MOTORS, 2509 EATON RAPIDS ROAD, TAX PARCEL NO.
33-25-05-07-351-009, AS RECOMMENDED BY THE PLANNING COMMISSION
AT THEIR APRIL 25, 2011 MEETING.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope, Sweet
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

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ITEMS REMOVED FROM CONSENT AGENDA FOR DISCUSSION / ACTION – APPROVAL


OF CLAIMS – APRIL 19, 2011 AND APPROVAL OF CLAIMS – MAY 3, 2011

HOPE MOVED TO APPROVE THE ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OF APRIL 19, 2011

Trustee Bajema questioned lawn care expenses and the dog food purchase at the POTW.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope, Sweet
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

HOPE MOVED TO APPROVE THE ACCOUNTS PAYABLE OF MAY 3, 2011.

A Roll Call Vote was recorded as follows:


Ayes: Ammon, Bajema, Goodrich, Hayhoe, Hope, Sweet
Absent: Ketchum
MOTION CARRIED

MOTION TO EXTEND MEETING PAST 10:00 P.M.

HOPE MOVED TO EXTEND THE MEETING BEYOND 10:00 P.M.


SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

Motion died for lack of support.

ADJOURNMENT

Meeting adjourned at 10:03 p.m.

Date:
Evan Hope, Township Clerk

Date:
Stuart Goodrich, Supervisor
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The Delhi Charter Township Board of Trustees met in a regular meeting on Wednesday, June 1,
2011 in the Multipurpose Room at the Community Services Center, 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt,
Michigan. Supervisor Goodrich called the meeting to order at 8:00 a.m.

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

Members Present: Supervisor Stuart Goodrich, Treasurer Harry Ammon, Clerk Evan Hope,
Trustees Derek Bajema, John Hayhoe, Jerry Ketchum, Roy Sweet

Members Absent: None

Others Present: John Elsinga, Township Manager


Tracy Miller, Director of Community Development
Mark Jenks, Director of Parks & Recreation
Marian Frane, Director of Accounting
Jim Felton, Director of Information Technology
Rick Royston, Fire Chief
Al McFadyen, DDA Executive Director
Sandra Diorka, Director of Public Services
Nicole Wilson, Assessor

COMMENTS FROM THE PUBLIC – None


SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT DEPARTMENT

2010 Accomplishments

x Issued 622 building permits (up 6% from 2009), 678 trade permits (up 18%) and 2,646
inspections were conducted (up 23%).
x Conducted 1,087 fire inspections for commercial and industrial property (not including
multi-family) on behalf of the Fire Department.
x Issued 66 Soil Erosion Sedimentation Control (SESC) permits (up 20%), 26 waivers (up
25%) and conducted a total of 489 inspections (down 31% due to decreased Authorized
Public Agency (APA) projects). Total APA projects was 16 (down from 25 in 2009).
Increased permit revenue by 19%.
x All inspections listed above were completed by only two full-time and one part-time
inspector.
x Initiated 571 code enforcement cases (up 2%) and completed 1,101 inspections.
x Total number of registered rental units increased to 2,521 and 493 properties (up 5%).
Conducted 1,364 inspections of these properties, with 56% of initial inspections achieving
compliance and not requiring follow-up.
x Expanded GIS use and availability to every Township employee, created award-winning
public GIS web application, participated in 2010 Aerial Imagery and LiDar date
acquisition, provided many mapping services to employees and property owners.
x Inspected 6.67 miles of existing sidewalk, repaired 390 square feet via the cost share
program implemented by the department and continued to work with the DDA to finalize
the north-trail connector project.
x Finalized wind energy amendments to Zoning Ordinance.

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x Began working on Medical Marihuana Zoning Ordinance amendments.


x Adopted Wetlands Ordinance.

2011 Goals

x Consider development and formalization of an economic development policy for the


Township that reinforces the Township’s commitment to “place-making” in recognition of
the fact that talent and people drive economic growth and the talent gravitates to quality
places.
x Embrace the concept of “place-making” by considering adoption of a “complete streets”
ordinance amendment and incorporating “green building/green community” concepts into
existing practices and ordinances. Continue to support all other Township efforts,
programs and projects that are valuable to achieving the economic development policy,
as appropriate.
x Monitor the implementation of the Michigan Medical Marijuana laws to determine
potential land use issues. Consider ordinance amendments, as necessary, to address
potential negative impact, if they are identified.
x Continue to encourage and provide educational and training opportunities for Planning
Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals members. Achieve required education
necessary to maintain certifications and accreditations for departmental staff.
x Continue implementation of the Non-Motorized Transportation Plan (NMTP), including the
Township’s sidewalk maintenance and improvement program. Focus on achieving
implementation of vital improvements that enable walking and alternative transportation
around key community assets.
í Assisted Horizon Elementary with submission of a Safe Routes to School Grant which
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

includes construction of the Washington Road sidewalk and other improvements.


í Continue to work with DDA on completion of two grant applications for construction of
the north trail connector projects.
í Working with the Land Use & Health Resource Team to obtain funding assistance for
completion of a “basis of design” analysis for a non-motorized pathway between Eifert
Road and the Holt School complex.
x Following full transition to ArcGIS Server and launch of web-based public GIS tool and
internal GIS tool in 2010, continue to refine site and add additional data sets and mapping
layers to ensure a robust and useful GIS system.
x Enhance efficiency and productivity by integrating BS&A .net permits program into
department operations, including web-based permitting and mobile inspection data
utilities. Continue to utilize LaserFiche to archive plan sets.
x Continue to implement pro-active code enforcement to help mitigate potential blight
issues, particularly as more homes enter foreclosure status. Continue active
implementation of Rental Registration and Inspection program to help ensure quality
housing stock and property values, as recommended by the Cost of Community Service
(COCS) study.
x Continue to provide leadership and support for special projects and other tasks such as
development projects, streetlights and street improvements, etc. Continue to act as a
resource to other local municipalities who require mentorship.
x Continue to facilitate tax abatement applications, related programmatic functions and act
as a resource for economic development for the Township. Encourage and facilitate
economic development efforts by providing quality customer service and regulatory
consistency/predictability to developers, property owners, businesses and others
interested in pursuing expansion or new development in the Township.

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x Continue to implement and improve the SESC program to ensure high quality customer
service and environmental protection.
x Provide better protection for property owners by considering, adopting (if appropriate) and
providing administration for new ordinances or ordinance amendments such as grading
and natural features protection. In line with this task, continue implementation of Cost of
Community Service study recommendations, as appropriate.
x Provide staffing and assistance to other Township departments as needed and
appropriate. Continue to provide data entry assistance to the Assessing Department and
perform fire inspections for the Fire Department, as needed.
x If not completed in 2010, recommend and adopt revised fee schedule for planning, code
enforcement, zoning and building functions that provides for coverage of actual costs
associated with completing required work.

2012 Visions

x Facilitate and complete required 2012 update to Township Master Plan (per requirements
of the Planning & Zoning Enabling Act).
x Continue to embrace the concept of “place-making” by ensuring that activities of the
Department are rooted in this objective. Continue to support all other Township efforts,
programs and projects that are valuable to achieving the economic development policy,
as appropriate.
x Continue to encourage and provide educational and training opportunities for Planning
Commission and Zoning Board of Appeals members. Achieve required education
necessary to maintain certifications and accreditations for departmental staff.
x Continue implementation of the NMTP, including the Township’s sidewalk maintenance
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

and improvement program. Focus on achieving implementation of vital improvements


that enable walking and alternative transportation around key community assets.
x Continue to implement pro-active code enforcement to help mitigate potential blight
issues, particularly as more homes enter foreclosure status. Continue active
implementation of Rental Registration and Inspection program to help ensure quality
housing stock and property values, as recommended by the COCS.
x Continue to provide leadership and support for special projects and other tasks such as
development projects, streetlights and street improvements, etc. Continue to act as a
resource to other local municipalities who require mentorship.
x Provide staffing and assistance to other Township departments as needed and
appropriate. Continue to provide data entry assistance to the Assessing Department and
perform fire inspections for the Fire Department, as needed.

Ms. Miller stated that there is a lot of discussion and activity among commercial and industrial
development with four large companies landing in the Township in the past 18 months bringing
approximately 250 jobs. Many companies inquire about land available with access to the new
non-motorized trail system. Kroger and XG Sciences will be expanding in Delhi Township.

PARKS AND RECREATION DEPARTMENT

2010 Accomplishments

x Successfully converted the Valhalla Park swimming area to a “swim at your own risk”
facility from the formally lifeguard beach. Conversion saved $20,000 in staff cost.

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x Awarded the grant submitted to the Michigan Department of Natural Resources and
Environment for the restroom and pavilion project at Valhalla Park.

2011 Goals

x Construct the restroom and pavilion at Valhalla Park.


x Update the Recreation Agreement with the Holt Public Schools to better reflect activities
and responsibility that currently exist.
x Add surveillance to Township parks. Surveillance in Veterans Memorial Gardens has led
to prosecution of individuals responsible for malicious destruction and graffiti.

2012 Vision

x Continue to provide public recreational opportunities to residents in a cooperative effort


between the Delhi Township Park Commission, Delhi Township Board of Trustees, and
the Holt Public School District.
x Continue to work with the Holt Lions Club, Holt Kiwanis Club, Holt Hometown Festival
Committee, American Legion & VFW, Holt Arts Council and the Delhi Township branch of
the Capital Area District Library to provide a variety of community based special events.
x Continue with capital improvements in the park system recommended in the Township
Recreation Master Plan and Capital Improvements Plan. It is the hope that these
projects can be obtained by funding through state grants, donations, and Township funds.

Mr. Jenks stated that buying the property on Pine Tree Road around the lake has prevented
private access to the lake. Additional trails have been added in that area. Discussion was held
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

regarding resident and non-resident fees for pavilion rentals and adult recreation activities. Non-
resident fees for youth activities would be more difficult because of the agreement with Holt
Public Schools. Mr. Jenks reported on the success of the new Sam Corey Senior Center. May
27th marked the two year anniversary of the senior center. The center currently has 400
members and is operated by volunteers. Mr. Jenks stated that mowing costs were reviewed and
it appears that in-house mowing is less expensive than contacting the mowing.

ACCOUNTING

2010 Accomplishments

x Prepared the 2009 Comprehensive Annual Financial Report (CAFR) and received the
Certificate of Excellence in Financial Reporting from the Government Finance Officers of
America (GFOA).
x Had a successful audit.
x Enhanced the 2011 budget document.
x Received the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the 2010 budget from the
GFOA.
x Participated in the Capital Improvements Plan (CIP) planning process to better link that
document to the actual budget.
x Prepared a 5 year budget projection with Plante & Moran.
x Monitored budget to actual data on a monthly basis and prepared timely and accurate
budget amendments.
x Successfully transitioned to BS&A .net financial applications.

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x Increased the number of vendors receiving electronic payments (ACH).


x Increased the number of employees receiving direct deposit.
x Increased the number of employees receiving electronic pay stubs.

2011 Goals

x Continue to enhance the 2012 budget document.


x Apply for and receive the Distinguished Budget Presentation Award for the 2012 budget
from the GFOA.
x Update the 5 year budget projection.
x Continue to monitor the budget and communicate variances.
x Expand the number of vendors who receive electronic payments (ACH) instead of paper
checks.
x Continue to advocate for direct deposit and electronic pay stubs signup.
x Reduce the number of manual journal entries.
x Streamline the manual recording of taxes.
x Facilitate the connection of Board goals to department budgets.
x Continue to update the Master Accounting Policy book for the Accounting Department.
x Find software to assist with the budget document creation.
x Qualify for the GFOA Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting.
x Work with departments to implement or improve performance measurements for the
budget document.
x Prepare a Popular Annual Financial Reporting (PAFR) or a Citizen-Centric Reporting
(CCR):
í The GFOA established the PAFR program in 1991 to encourage and assist state and
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

local governments to extract information from their comprehensive annual financial


report to produce high quality popular annual financial reports specifically designed to
be readily accessible and easily understandable to the general public and other
interested parties without a background in public finance and then to recognize
individual governments that are successful in achieving that goal.
í The Association of Government Accountants established the CCR initiative in 2008 to
foster innovative means of communication between governments and their citizenry.
These reports detail government finances in a visually appealing, clear and
understandable four-page document that shows community information like
population and regional characteristics, performance reporting on key missions and
service, cost and revenue information and challenges in the future.
x Prepare a 5 year budget projection for the sewer fund.

2012 Vision

x Continue to enhance the budget document and the CAFR.


x Update the 5 year budget projection.
x Continue to monitor the budget and communicate variances.
x Expand the number of vendors who receive electronic payments instead of paper checks
and promote direct deposit and electronic pay stubs.
x Continue to facilitate the connection of Board goals to department budgets.
x Continue to update the master accounting policy book for the Accounting Department.
x Have a successful audit.
x Continue to promote the use of technology to increase effectiveness and efficiency.
x Update the PAFR or CCR.

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x Update the sewer fund 5 year projection.

CLERK

2010 Accomplishments

x Continued to publish the Delhi Neighbor newsletter which included educational


information, news and events, etc.
x Conducted student council elections at Holt Junior High.
x Began the process of obtaining new software for web site maintenance. Interviewed and
received quotes from several vendors for software and a redesign of the Township web
site to include new and up-to-date features and technology.
x Reviewed cemetery fees in comparison to actual costs and presented new burial fees for
approval to the Township Board.
x Upgraded the recording system for Township meetings to a digital system which is easier
to use, offers more functions and is more dependable.
x Implemented the Electronic Poll Book (EPB) system with 100% of the cost covered
through state grants. The EPB system realized a savings of over $20,000 in election
inspector costs in 2010.
x Was elected to serve as president of the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks from
June 2010 to June 2011, representing nearly 900 municipal clerk members in matters of
legislation, education and training.

2011 Goals and 2012 Vision


SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

x Unveil redesigned web site with new features and implement new, easier publishing
process.
x Produce videos to educate residents about Township issues and to showcase the
positive things about Delhi Township.
x Continue the Township Newsletter.
x Continue cross-training of staff and among other departments.
x Research costs of upgrading the scanner used for the document imaging system.
x Continue to evaluate cemetery fees and lot prices and develop a schedule of increases
so that cemetery revenue will cover a higher percentage of cemetery costs.
x Within the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks, work with legislators to adopt
election reform legislation.

INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY

2010 Accomplishments

x Installed and configured new server for GIS function.


x Purchased and installed off-lease personal computers to replace 5-plus year old personal
computers. Off-lease personal computers cost approximately $4,600 vs. $20,000 for new
personal computers.
x Moved non-BS&A programs and data from the Novell server to new servers.
x Completed the transition from Novell Groupwise to Microsoft Outlook on Exchange
server.

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x Purchased and installed large format printer for GIS.


x Installed wireless network for CSC departments and meeting room.
x Activated new e-mail anti-spam & anti-virus software and installed new anti-virus software
on personal computers.
x Vendor (ACD. net) installed “bonded” internet connection at CSC to increase bandwidth
and speed.

2011 Goals

x Complete transitions to BS&A .net Tax and Assessing programs and use the
newly available data in .net to integrate with GIS.
x Deactivate Novell server and remove Pervasive & Novell software from personal
computers.
x Setup automated off-site backup system for all servers.
x Increase storage capacity on the DPS computer system.
x Work out problems with Laserfiche scanning function.
x Work with Holt Schools and ACD.net to get fiber optic installed at CSC, DPS
and POTW to increase speed on network.
x Link wastewater information to GIS sewer data and web to allow easy access
by DPS staff in the office or the field.
x Create a function for the Assessing Department to map changes in values related to
sales, foreclosures and appeals.
x Continue supporting departments with requested mapping projects.

2012 Visions
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

x Update the current XP operating system which is near the end of its life, to Windows 7 or
evaluate waiting for Windows 8 based on its progress in development.
x With increased speed of fiber network, provide for increased access to CSC
servers and remove need for terminal server and duplication of GIS database
between CSC and DPS offices.
x Expand the remote connection & repair of personal computers for IT and GIS staff.
x Depending on budget constraints, replace old equipment which is requiring
constant repair with newer, more efficient equipment.
x Complete any work to establish a fiber network between Township buildings.
x Work with the Ingham County Sheriff’s Office/Delhi Division to bring them GIS for
incident mapping, crime analysis and Township overview.
x Minimize number of department websites by grouping common need
departments to reduce maintenance tasks.
x Continue supporting any and all departments with mapping tasks.

FIRE DEPARTMENT

2010 Accomplishments

x Continued to deliver quality services to the community via a blend of 25 part-time and 14
full-time personnel.
x Evaluated ambulance fees to verify that fees are fair to the customer when compared
with surrounding agencies.

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x Continued to research methods to increase recruitment and recruitment of paid on-call


staffing.
x Continued to cooperate with regional public safety agencies in an effort to improve
service and reduce costs.
x Increased Fire Department proficiency through the use of automatic mutual aid from area
departments.
x Increased Fire Department efficiency through the use of Delhi Township GIS information.

2011 Goals

x Continue to deliver quality services to the community via a blend of 30 part-time and 14
full-time personnel.
x Evaluate ambulance fees to verify that fees are fair to the customer when compared with
surrounding agencies.
x Continue to research methods to increase recruitment and retention of paid on-call
staffing.
x Continue to cooperate with regional public safety agencies in an effort to improve service
and reduce costs, including joint training through the Capital Region Training Consortium
and mutual aid.
x Continue to pursue financial resources through grant opportunities, while at the same
time being fiscally responsible to the Delhi Township community.
x Continue to increase Fire Department efficiency through the use of Delhi Township GIS
information.
x Implement a more efficient system for brush burning permits.
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

2012 Vision

Personnel/Staffing: Personnel, and the numbers of personnel, continue to be a primary focus.


The need to put fire personnel on the fire scene makes staffing our leading issue. We are
committed to the continuation of a combination department comprised of full-time personnel to
handle the day-to-day medical calls and fires with the paid on-call staffing to supplement this
full-time force when manpower is needed the most. With the continued demand for Advanced
Life Support (ALS) ambulance and the number of EMS calls steadily increasing, a demand is
being placed on the Fire Department for personnel. As of this writing, the Fire Department has
been awarded a grant in the amount of $682,502 for a full-time Recruitment Retention
Coordinator. This important position, if finalized, will provide the time necessary to adequately
recruit and assist new part-time paid on-call personnel as members of the department. It is our
hope that this added position, over the 4 year grant period, will result in an additional 20 part-time
paid on-call personnel for our department.

Equipment / Apparatus: With the completion of the refurbishment of the 1993 Pierce Dash
during late 2009, the pumping apparatus on the Delhi Township Fire Department should be
adequate for the next 10 to 15 years. We have remounted 2 ambulances onto new chassis with
the overall savings to the budget of approximately $90,000. Although we have no need for
ambulance or truck replacement in 2012, we have cars that are all coming of age at about the
same time. Financially, it makes sense to replace one car in 2012, pass one car down to be the
on-duty officer vehicle, then plan on replacing a second car in 2013. This will undoubtedly be a
cost savings over the replacement of 2 cars in 2014. Replacement cost for this SUV will be
approximately $40,000 after all equipment is mounted. Additionally, we would like to purchase 2
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eliminate the chance of back injuries when lifting people into or out of the ambulance, and with
back injuries a leading risk in the fire service, the purchase of these cots for our EMS personnel
will help lessen our risk.

Inspections: In 2011, our full-time personnel took over the commercial fire safety inspections of
businesses in sections 1 and 2 of Delhi Township. It is our hope to expand this into other areas
of the Township. This will only happen if the personnel have the free time available to do these
inspections correctly. We continue to contract with the Delhi Township Community Development
Department personnel for other inspections and will continue to do so if time is such that it does
not take away from Community Development inspections or emergency services.
Service Delivery: The 2012 year will be no different than past years in our desire to deliver the
best service possible for the least amount of money. It will however be more closely scrutinized
for types of services that we deliver for the cost of delivery. We continue to look at the services
that we deliver and how we might be able to expand on those services with little or no additional
expense. We have, several times, started to move toward non-emergency hospital to home or
home to hospital transfers, but with the limited personnel that we have, this is a difficult step.
This is a service that we will continue to examine.

DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY/BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY

Specific projects that may be undertaken by the DDA in support of these objectives as a part of
the 2011 Budget include:

x Redevelop DDA land at Holt Road and Holloway Drive in the Delhi Tech Park. Support
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

development of vacant privately owned land in the Delhi Tech Park area.
x Identify funding sources for implementation of Cedar Street reconstruction – Holbrook
Drive to Harper Road.
x Identification of under or inappropriately utilized sites within the DDA District and assist in
the development of these sites.
x Continue the Commercial Rehabilitation Rebate Program.
x Provide for on-going maintenance and security within the DDA District by providing
financial support for Business Community Policing, Zoning Enforcement, Engineering,
Planning and Maintenance personnel positions.
x Fund infrastructure improvement and rehabilitation programs identified by the Township
and DDA Board as supporting the continued tax base growth and development within the
District.
x Assist the Township and Arts Council in securing funding for Amphitheater
improvements.
x Promote community events.
x Facilitate redevelopment of DDA owned parcels on Cedar Street.
x Continue the Farmers’ Market organization and promote the market. Facilitate transition
of Market to non-profit organization status. Provide for various improvements to the
Farmers’ Market building.
x Complete plans and specifications for two non-motorized pathway sections: Willoughby
Road to the City of Lansing and Holt Road to College Road/Cedar Street; complete
construction of I-96 underpass; pursue outside grant funding opportunities.
x Provide business promotion and support through publication of the “Our Town”
newsletter, cooperative TV advertising, and other business enhancement efforts such as
Bizz Buzz and the Delhi Business Expo.

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TREASURER

2010 Accomplishments

x Outsourced printing and mailing functions of sewer and tax bills.


x Continued compiling operating manuals for tax and sewer billing.
x Reviewed fee structures for sewer billing.
x Searched for and recommended new investments for higher yield.
x Upgraded professional development.
x Implemented BS&A .net programs (tax, special assessments and delinquent personal
property).
x Treasurer position reduced to part-time.
x Offered e-mailing of direct debit sewer bills.
x Office staff has attended Microsoft Windows training.

2011 Goals

x Search and negotiate higher yielding investments.


x Redoing operating manuals for tax, sewer billing processing and cash receipting with the
BS&A .net programs.
x Integrate automating credit card transactions in cash receipting.
x Write-off uncollectible personal property taxes (up to 5 years delinquent).
x Continue the review of fee structures for sewer billing.
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

2012 Visions

x Continue to upgrade professional development.


x Continue looking for higher yielding investments.
x Promote wider use of e-mailing sewer bills.
x Seek technological improvements to process payments.

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SERVICES

2010 Accomplishments

x Capital Improvements
- Fiber optic/Wireless connection for DPS, POTW and CSC communication.
- Complete final design of Lift Station D Improvements.
- Replace 1999 Chevrolet Astro Van (IPP vehicle).
x Operations/Collections/Building and Grounds Maintenance/Cemeteries/Storm Water
- Encourage staff development through education and technical training.
- Continue monthly safety meetings and training.
- Increase efficiency of DPS by utilizing staff in all departments including cross training.
x Operations
- Maintain zero National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
violations.
x Collections

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- Purchase additional night owl camera for sewer televising.


- Work toward identifying and eliminating infiltration and inflow from Township
manholes.
- Continue centralizing data access through GIS.
- Replace department GPS unit.
- Replace aging Scag mower unit.
x Building and Grounds Maintenance
- Convert HVAC controls at CSC (Energy Grant).
x Cemeteries
- Continue grounds improvement efforts.
x Storm Water
- Continue work on impervious surface GIS layer.
- Continue activities associated with Storm Water Pollution Prevention Initiative
(SWPPAI) commitments.
x Continue Community Outreach Programs.

2011 Goals

x Capital Improvements
- Begin Lift Station D Improvements.
- Begin Sludge Dryer Project.
- Re-implement Township vehicle 10-year rotation replacement plan, purchase 4
vehicles.
x Operations/Collections/Building and Grounds Maintenance/Cemeteries/Storm Water
- Encourage staff development through education and technical training.
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

- Continue monthly safety meetings/training.


x Operations
- Maintain zero National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
violations.
x Collections
- Purchase used night owl camera for sewer televising.
- Continue identifying and eliminating infiltration and inflow from Township
manholes.
- Continue centralizing data access through GIS.
x Building and Grounds Maintenance
- Continue energy savings at CSC.
x Cemeteries
- Continue grounds improvement efforts.
x Storm Water
- Continue activities associated with Storm Water Pollution Prevention Initiative
(SWPPI) comments.
x Continue Community Outreach Programs

2012 Vision

x Capital Improvements
- Continue Lift Station D Improvements.
- Complete Sludge Dryer Project.
- Continue Township vehicle 10-year rotation replacement plan–purchase 2 vehicles.
- Continue sewer rehab program.

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- Replace CSC generator.


- Replace CSC window treatments.
- Replace CSC roof.
x Operations/Collections/Building and Grounds Maintenance/Cemeteries/Storm Water
- Encourage staff development through education and technical training.
- Continue monthly safety meetings/training.
x Operations
- Maintain zero National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System Permit
violations.
x Collections
- Replace generator on camera televising truck.
- Continue identifying and eliminating infiltration and inflow from Township
manholes.
- Continue centralizing data access through GIS.
x Building and Grounds Maintenance
- Continue Energy Savings at CSC.
x Cemeteries
- Continue grounds improvement efforts.
x Storm Water
- Continue activities associated with Storm Water Pollution Prevention
Initiative (SWPPI) commitments.
x Continue Community Outreach Programs

ASSESSING
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

2010 Accomplishments

x Balanced department duties among all employees by cross-training employees in all


functions of the Assessing Department.
x Due to reduction of department staffing, cross-trained the Community Development
Building Secretary to update property transfer and homestead information in the
assessing database.
x New Appraiser certified as Level I Certified Michigan Assessing Evaluator and Personal
Property Examiner
x Continued systematic 2003 re-appraisal of residential and agricultural properties.
x Continued to update the Assessor’s internet site.
x Continue clean up sales files (sheriff deeds).
x Continued to synchronize the use of GIS implementation with Information Services,
Maintenance, Manager’s Office and Community Development.

2011 Goals

x Continue to cross train all staff & balance department duties.


x Due to an employee going to part-time, hire/train another part-time appraiser a.s.a.p.
(without benefits) to further or hopefully complete the 2003 Township wide re-appraisal.
(The State Tax Commission (STC) recommends that 20% of all property from each class
of property be physically reviewed each year).

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x With the help of Co-Star Professional suite, continue to monitor and analyze Commercial
and Industrial properties with the income approach to value vs. sales comparison or cost
approach if appropriate.
x Using the Co-Star Professional suite, the MLS, and other resources, as well as the
Township Attorney, continue to defend property tax appeals before the Michigan Tax
Tribunal.
x Continue to synchronize the use of GIS implementation with Information Services,
Maintenance, Manager’s Office and Community Development.
x Continue to update Land and ECF tables for all classes of property.
x Continue to update Assessor’s internet site accordingly.
x Comply with STC Audit of Minimum Assessing Requirements (AMAR), f/k/a, the 14-point
review, and have written plan in place (as required by ACD/STC Field Staff Supervisor) if
Delhi Township is not in compliance on any issue.

2012 Vision

x Continue to cross train all staff & balance department duties.


x New part-time appraiser certified as a Limited MCAO and Personal Property Examiner
(within 18 mos. of hire).
x With the help of Co-Star Professional suite, continue to monitor and analyze Commercial
and Industrial properties with the income approach to value vs. sales comparison or cost
approach, if appropriate.
x Using the Co-Star Professional suite, the MLS, and other resources, as well as the
Township Attorney, continue to defend property tax appeals before the Michigan Tax
Tribunal.
SUBJECT TO APPROVAL

x Continue to update Assessors internet site accordingly.


x Comply with STC Audit of Minimum Assessing Requirements (AMAR).
x Assessor and GIS Coordinator to attend IAAO/GIS Conference to build understanding on
how to integrate GIS into the assessing function.
x Under the guidance of the Assessor and GIS Coordinator hire a non-paid intern(s) to help
implement new assessing mapping requirements as set forth by the STC AMAR.

Ms. Wilson stated that the State is back logged with tax tribunal cases. Ms. Wilson further stated
that the General Fund may have to absorb any cases that are negotiated down.

ADJOURNMENT

Meeting adjourned at 11:55 p.m.

Date:
Evan Hope, Township Clerk

Date:
Stuart Goodrich, Supervisor
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ACCOUNTS PAYABLE APPROVAL
May 17, 2011
I. Certification of Authorized Signatures: The attached Check Register and Invoice Distribution Report encompass
checks dated May 17, 2011 numbered 79118 thru 79203 & ACH 1509 thru 1532 & ACH 1533 dated 5/25/11 Every
invoice has a payment authorizing signature(s).

Dated: May 17, 2011


Lora Behnke, Accounting Clerk

II. Certification of Fund Totals:


The attached Invoice Distribution Report and Check Register for checks dated May 17, 2011 show payments made from the
following funds:

General Fund $ 102,359.76


Fire Fund 4,409.28
Police Fund 2,240.00
Fire Equip. & Apparatus Fund 2,065.76
Downtown Development Fund 6,076.72
2010 DDA Refunding Bond 512,445.63
Sewer Fund 364,454.54
Trust & Agency Fund 1,642.26

Grand Total $ 995,693.95

Includes the following to be reimbursed from separate bank accounts:

Comobined Sewer Savings $ 150.00

Dated: May 17, 2011


Marian Frane, Director of Accounting
III. Approval for Distribution: I have reviewed the above checks and invoices and all of them should be distributed. All
invoices over $10,000.00 have been approved by general policy or previous motions of the board. (C2AE $14,556.48 for
Construction Engineering Services 4/20/10, HRC $32,822.89 for Sludge Dryer Engineering Services 3/15/11, Bobcat of
Lansing $10,938.00 for Scag Mower, Park Commission 5/11/11, BS&A Software $20,885. for Tax & Assessing Update to .Net
9/1/09, Irish Construction $255,898.36 for Lift Station D Construction 7/21/10 )

Dated: May 17, 2011


John B. Elsinga, Township Manager

Evan Hope, Township Clerk

Harry R. Ammon, Treasurer

IV. Board Audit and Approval: At a regular meeting of the Township Board held on June 7, 2011 a motion was made
by ____________________ and passed by _____ yes votes and _____ no votes (____________________ absent) that
the list of claims dated May 17, 2011, was reviewed, audited and approved.
________________________
Evan Hope, Township Clerk

U:Accounting Private\Payables\Accounts Payable Approval Form.xls


CC: Central File
INVOICE GL DISTRIBUTION REPORT FOR DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP
POST DATES 05/17/2011 - 05/25/2011

Vendor Invoice Description Amount

Fund 101 GENERAL FUND


Dept 000.00
BANK OF AMERICA SENIOR CITIZENS TRIP & MEAL 48.28
BANK OF AMERICA CREDIT (50.00)
BANK OF AMERICA IIMC CONFERENCE REGISTRATION 460.00
TAMMY YOUNG REFUND FOR BASEBALL 25.00
Total For Dept 000.00 483.28

Dept 171.00 MANAGER


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 137.46
BANK OF AMERICA PARKING/ELSINGA 5.00
BANK OF AMERICA PARKING/ELSINGA 5.00
BANK OF AMERICA PARKING/ELSINGA 4.00
BANK OF AMERICA HOTEL LODGING DEPOSIT/ELSINGA 285.55
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER REIMBURSE PETTY CASH 26.73
Total For Dept 171.00 MANAGER 463.74

Dept 191.00 ACCOUNTING


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 71.80
BANK OF AMERICA AGA LUNCH/FRANE 12.00
BANK OF AMERICA GFOA AIRFARE/FRANE 304.40
BANK OF AMERICA HOTEL RESERVATION FEE/FRANE 50.00
BANK OF AMERICA PARKING/FRANE 4.00
Total For Dept 191.00 ACCOUNTING 442.20

Dept 215.00 CLERK


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 94.49
Total For Dept 215.00 CLERK 94.49

Dept 228.00 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 70.42
BANK OF AMERICA REAL VNC ENTERPRISES/ALBERT 50.00
BANK OF AMERICA INTERNATIONAL TRANSACTION FEE 0.40
BANK OF AMERICA BLACK TONER CARTRIDGE 39.95
BANK OF AMERICA CYAN & MAGENTA CARTRIDGES 51.98
ACD.NET, INC. MAY INTERNET 199.95
BS&A SOFTWARE SUPPORT/HUMAN RESOURCES SYS 1,450.00
BS&A SOFTWARE SUPPORT/TIME SHEETS SYSTEM 1,015.00
BS&A SOFTWARE SUPPORT/MISC RECEIVABLES SYS 1,150.00
BS&A SOFTWARE UPDATES ASSESSING & TAX 20,885.00
Total For Dept 228.00 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 24,912.70
Dept 253.00 TREASURERS
UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 62.05
HOLT POSTMASTER JULY 2011 TAX BILLS POSTAGE 3,200.00
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS COPIER MAINT/TREAS & ASSESS 163.97
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER TAX DAY PIZZA LUNCH 25.00
Total For Dept 253.00 TREASURERS 3,451.02

Dept 257.00 ASSESSING


DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER BOARD OF REVIEW REFRESHMENTS 18.61
UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 71.80
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 23.67
THRUN LAW FIRM, P.C. LEGAL FEES APRIL 1,836.80
COSTAR REALTY INFORMATION CO-STAR CONTRACT ANNUAL FEE 3,241.59
IKON OFFICE SOLUTIONS COPIER MAINT/TREAS & ASSESS 163.97
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER MMAAO LUNCHEON/WILSON 15.00
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER MMAAO LUNCHEON/MUNSON 15.00
INGHAM COUNTY ASSESSORS 2011 ICAA DUES/MUNSON 10.00
INGHAM COUNTY ASSESSORS 2011 ICAA DUES/WILSON 10.00
Total For Dept 257.00 ASSESSING 5,406.44

Dept 265.00 BUILDING & GROUNDS


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 19.90
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 90.90
BOYNTON FIRE SAFETY SERVICE VELOCITY CHECK VALVE & LABOR 216.13
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/CSC 975.00
SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC. HVAC CONTRACT 5,052.60
METRONET LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE APRIL 36.06
BANK OF AMERICA 6 SILICONE CAULK/WHITE POLYLAM 60.48
BANK OF AMERICA INSIDE CORNER/CAP STRIP/DIVIDER 11.96
ACE HARDWARE 2 CLAMPS 4.58
BOYNTON FIRE SAFETY SERVICE INSPECT BACKFLOW PREVENTER 195.00
METAL FRAMES, INC REPAIR ENTRANCE DOOR/LIBRARY 1,406.00
W. W. WILLIAMS PARTS & LABOR/CSC #2 GENERATOR 3,100.00
Total For Dept 265.00 BUILDING & GROUNDS 11,168.61

Dept 276.00 CEMETERY


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 30.94
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 141.39
BANK OF AMERICA BOLTS/BATTERIES/STEERING PARTS 825.43
ACE HARDWARE CLAMPS/TEES/VALVES/ADAPTER 81.11
HOLLAND SUPPLY INC. 6 GALV VASES & SHIPPING 89.65
HOLLAND SUPPLY INC. 2 CS SPEARHEAD FLAGS & SHIPPING 378.12
HOLLAND SUPPLY INC. 100 FLAG HOLDERS & SHIPPING 508.58
JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES, INC SEED SUNNY/CEMETERY 94.00
JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES, INC MACRON COVER & SEED FERTILIZER 93.00
RUMSEY & SONS CONSTRUCTION 5 CEMETERY FOUNDATIONS 128.50
RUMSEY & SONS CONSTRUCTION 2 CEMETERY FOUNDATIONS 36.50
PURE GREEN LAWN & TREE TREE/GRASS MAPLE RIDGE CEM 75.00
Total For Dept 276.00 CEMETERY 2,482.22
Dept 446.00 INFRASTRUCTURE
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC & GAS & STREETLIGHTS 22,466.41
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC & GAS & STREETLIGHTS 84.68
Total For Dept 446.00 INFRASTRUCTURE 22,551.09

Dept 721.00 PLANNING/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 195.91
PAPER IMAGE PRINTING ENVELOPES-NOTICE OF VIOLATION 131.50
CLASSIC PRINTING, INC. RENTAL RE-INSPECTION NOTICES 60.00
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 132.26
THRUN LAW FIRM, P.C. LEGAL FEES APRIL 992.20
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER MAHO DUES (BALANCE DUE) LARNER 5.00
MICHIGAN ECONOMIC DEVELOP 2011 MEDA MEMBERSHIP/MILLER 240.00
METRONET LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE APRIL 8.40
GANNETT MICHIGAN NEWS PUBLISHING LEGALS APRIL 248.64
BANK OF AMERICA LIGHTS/4360 HOLT #11 487.51
BANK OF AMERICA UNDERMOUNT DRAW/PIRANHA LIQUID 12.96
BANK OF AMERICA DIF SPRAY WALLPAPER REMOVER 7.49
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 4360 HOLT #11 21.69
HOLDEN ELECTRIC, INC. ELECTRICAL WORK/4360 HOLT #11 1,885.00
LUMBERTOWN OF HOLT 4 LOCKS/4360 HOLT #11 117.33
LUMBERTOWN OF HOLT LUMBER/HINGE/LOCK/4360 HOLT #11 157.23
LUMBERTOWN OF HOLT LUMBER/4360 HOLT #11 14.67
LUMBERTOWN OF HOLT CONTRACTER BAGS/4360 HOLT #11 9.99
LUMBERTOWN OF HOLT LIGHT BULBS/4360 HOLT #11 5.85
LUMBERTOWN OF HOLT LUMBER/4360 HOLT #11 41.06
LUMBERTOWN OF HOLT DECKING/GREENCOAT/4360 HOLT #11 10.13
DOUGLAS R. PARTEE LABOR/4360 HOLT #11 782.00
DOUGLAS R. PARTEE LABOR & PARTS/4360 HOLT #11 140.00
WOODLAND GROVE CONDO JUNE CONDO DUES/4360 HOLT #11 190.00
BANK OF AMERICA EXPRESS MAIL/2138 DEAN 13.25
HOLT BUILDERS, LLC ASBESTOS TESTING/2138 DEAN 100.00
OCE' FINANCIAL SERVICES, INC. COPY MACHINE LEASE 6/1-8/31/11 852.00
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER HUD HOMES KEYS 8.00
TRACY L. C. MILLER GIS CONF AIRFARE/MILLER 661.40
DARRYL ALBERT GIS CONF AIRFARE/ALBERT 392.80
Total For Dept 721.00 PLANNING/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 7,924.27

Dept 752.00 ADMINISTRATION


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 67.23
PAPER IMAGE PRINTING 500 BUSINESS CARDS/JENKS 47.90
HOLT PUBLIC SCHOOLS EASTER EGG HUNT FLIERS PRINTED 23.75
METRONET LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE APRIL 1.36
TDS METROCOM TELEPHONE/SENIOR CENTER 278.27
Total For Dept 752.00 ADMINISTRATION 418.51

Dept 771.00 PARKS


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 27.98
D & M SILKSCREENING 6 JACKETS EMBROIDERED 48.00
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 211.90
BANK OF AMERICA BOLTS/WASHERS/LOCK NUTS 53.93
LANSING SANITARY SUPPLY INC TOILET TISSUE/TOWELS/LINERS 492.96
ACE HARDWARE SCREWS/BOLTS/NAILS/3) 2" WELDED 18.87
ACE HARDWARE 2 MARKING PAINT 13.98
AMERICAN RENTAL PORTABLE TOILETS 420.00
AMERICAN RENTAL PORTABLE TOILET 70.00
AMERICAN RENTAL PORTABLE TOILET 70.00
AMERICAN RENTAL PORTABLE TOILET REPAIR 229.26
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE UNIFORM PANTS 78.52
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF MICH MONTHLY DUMPSTER SERVICE 173.46
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 2287 PINE TREE 36.55
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 4030 KELLER 46.99
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 2108 CEDAR 187.58
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 4050 KELLER 125.00
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 1750 MAPLE 20.23
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 1771 MAPLE 100.91
BANK OF AMERICA STEERING KNOB/NUTS/NOZZLES 77.86
BANK OF AMERICA 10 SWIVEL PINS/SHIPPING 111.00
BANK OF AMERICA 100 STAINLESS STEEL SOCKET HEAD CA 12.08
BANK OF AMERICA YEARLY SOIL TESTING LIVE ROOF 54.00
BANK OF AMERICA ROOF HATCH GRAB BARS & INSTALL 859.00
BACH ORNAMENTAL DRINKING FOUNTAIN REPAIR 310.00
DIETZ POOL & SPA AQUA GREEN/4 POWER OXIDIZER 59.96
FERGUSON ENTERPRISES 3 DIAPHRAGM ASSY/SENIOR CENTER 157.35
JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES 2 MOMENTUM HERBICIDES 292.66
MARK'S LOCK SHOP, INC TRAVEL/LABOR/CABINET LOCK 89.00
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH STEEL HANDLE/ERGONOMIC GUN/ 100.94
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH ACID BRUSH/CHEM INJ TUBING KIT 13.27
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH LUMBER & 12 BAGS CONCRETE 84.23
PARRY BROTHERS, INC. CLEANED ICE MACHINE & FILTER/ 212.60
SHERWIN WILLIAMS SURFACEPREP CLNR/MURIATIC ACID 19.66
BANK OF AMERICA BOLTS/BATTERIES/STEERING PARTS 500.37
ACE HARDWARE GREASE SILICONE 6.53
BOYNTON FIRE SAFETY SERVICE POTABLE WATER BACKFLOW PREV 260.00
E.D.S. IRRIGATION, LLC ACTIVATION OF IRRIGATION SYSTEM 493.65
E.D.S. IRRIGATION, LLC ACTIVATION OF IRRIGATION SYSTEM 100.00
JP SIGNS 15 SIGNS 383.65
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH IRON OUT/CONCRETE CLEANER/ 49.84
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH COVER & BOX 13.06
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH 4" BRASS CLEANOUT PLUG 8.99
BANK OF AMERICA BOLTS/BATTERIES/STEERING PARTS 636.00
SUPERIOR SAW TRIMMER/2 CAPS/1 SAFETY GLASSES 310.87
BOBCAT OF LANSING VOLTAGE REGULATOR/SCAG MOWER 102.25
BOBCAT OF LANSING 4 BELTS/SCAG MOWER 130.74
BOBCAT OF LANSING LABOR/SCAG MOWER 42.50
CARQUEST THE PARTS PLACE (1) 15W50 OIL 7.88
ELLIS SALES, INC. POWERWISE CHARGER HANDLE 46.60
BOBCAT OF LANSING 72" SCAG MOWER 10,938.00
Total For Dept 771.00 PARKS 18,910.66
Dept 774.00 RECREATION
UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 32.16
HAMMOND FARMS SOUTH 4 MOUND CLAY/2 INFIELD SURFACERS 77.70
HAMMOND FARMS SOUTH (10) 40 LB BAGS DIAMOND DRY 169.50
HAMMOND FARMS SOUTH PITCHERS MOUND CLAY 51.80
JOHNNY MAC'S BASEBALL / SOFTBALL EQUIPMENT 887.05
JOHNNY MAC'S ANCHOR SET & PRO BASE SET 135.90
BANK OF AMERICA SENIOR CITIZENS TRIP/MEAL 804.60
BANK OF AMERICA SENIOR CITIZENS TRIP/BUS 100.00
BANK OF AMERICA SENIOR CITIZEN TRIP/BUS 100.00
BANK OF AMERICA DETROIT TIGERS TICKETS DEPOSIT 115.00
DEAN TRAILWAYS OF MICHIGAN CHARTER BUS/DETROIT TIGER GAME 724.00
Total For Dept 774.00 RECREATION 3,197.71

Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS


DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS OFFICE SUPPLIES 14.58
BANK OF AMERICA POSTAGE METER RENTAL 5/16-8/15 150.00
BANK OF AMERICA CREDIT (75.00)
BANK OF AMERICA 650 SEEDLINGS & PLANTER RENTAL 313.00
BANK OF AMERICA WUFOO SUBSCRIPTION 4/26-5/26/11 9.00
BANK OF AMERICA WEB HOSTING4/10-5/9/11 1.00
BANK OF AMERICA REFRESHMENTS/JOINT SCHOOL MTG 40.24
Total For Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS 452.82

Total For Fund 101 GENERAL FUND 102,359.76

Fund 206 FIRE FUND


Dept 336.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT
UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 463.31
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS 1 SEALING TAPE/DRY ERASE BOARD 29.28
TRI-COUNTY EMERGENCY 100 PKG TCEMCA REFUSAL FORMS 10.50
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 1,137.25
NYE UNIFORM COMPANY 3 SHIRTS/3 PANTS/SHIPPING-BRITTEN 252.01
NYE UNIFORM COMPANY 1 PANT/SHIPPING-BALDWIN 42.06
BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC MEDICAL SUPPLIES 643.38
BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC MEDICAL SUPPLIES 799.75
BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC MEDICAL SUPPLIES 195.25
LIFEGAS LLC CYLINDER RENTAL 197.53
BIO-CARE, INC. MASK FIT TEST/MALONE 25.00
SPARROW OCC HEALTH SERV PHYSICALS 273.00
METRONET LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE APRIL 3.15
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 6139 BISHOP 31.01
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 6139 BISHOP 70.71
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS 6139 BISHOP 229.60
ACE HARDWARE 1 NIPPLE 6.49
Total For Dept 336.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT 4,409.28

Total For Fund 206 FIRE FUND 4,409.28


Fund 207 POLICE FUND
Dept 301.00 POLICE
ROBERT J. ROBINSON, ATTNY APRIL MOTOR VEH ORD 2,240.00
Total For Dept 301.00 POLICE 2,240.00

Total For Fund 207 POLICE FUND 2,240.00

Fund 211 FIRE EQUIP. & APPARATUS FUND


Dept 339.00 EQUIPMENT & APPARATUS
BANK OF AMERICA UPS SHIPPING CHARGES 48.29
BANK OF AMERICA UPS SHIPPING CHARGES 16.50
BANK OF AMERICA UPS SHIPPING CHARGES 86.19
FIRE SERVICE MANAGEMENT TURNOUT GEAR CLEANING & FREIGHT 321.48
FIRE SERVICE MANAGEMENT TURNOUT GEAR CLEANING & FREIGHT 257.46
BANK OF AMERICA BATTERY/EMS DEVICE 8.32
BANK OF AMERICA EMS CARRYING BAG REPAIR 11.18
BANK OF AMERICA UPS SHIPPING CHARGES 6.45
WEST SHORE FIRE INC 3 ELEC CONN KITS/2 VINYL TIPS 7.60
ACE HARDWARE 2 HOLD DOWN STRAPS 5.28
HALT FIRE, INC. CHECK ENGINE LIGHT ON/#999 216.00
HALT FIRE, INC. COMPARTMENT LIGHT 36.00
VICTORY LANE QUICK OIL LOF/#105 37.98
VICTORY LANE QUICK OIL LOF/#657 54.57
VICTORY LANE QUICK OIL LOF/#577 44.97
BANK OF AMERICA REFRESHMENTS/FIRE CADET TRAIN 12.53
BANK OF AMERICA PIZZA/OFFICERS MEETING 28.98
BANK OF AMERICA SMAFC CONFERENCE/BROWN 40.00
BANK OF AMERICA HAZARDOUS MATERIALS TRAINING 107.95
BANK OF AMERICA LEADERSHIP GUIDE BOOK & SHIP 95.44
BANK OF AMERICA FUEL/TRAINING IN EMMITSBURG, MD 86.49
ARC - MID MICHIGAN CHAPTER 15 CPR/6/24/10 75.00
ARC - MID MICHIGAN CHAPTER 82 CPR 410.00
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER TURNPIKE TOLLS/ROYSTON 51.10
Total For Dept 339.00 EQUIPMENT & APPARATUS 2,065.76

Total For Fund 211 FIRE EQUIP. & APPARATUS FUND 2,065.76

Fund 248 DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


Dept 000.00
THRUN LAW FIRM, P.C. LEGAL FEES APRIL 262.40
Total For Dept 000.00 262.40

Dept 728.00 DDA ADMINISTRATION


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 54.29
BANK OF AMERICA HP INK CARTRIDGES & PAPER 61.98
METRONET LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE APRIL 3.58
ACE HARDWARE 4 WASP SPRAYS 17.96
BOYNTON FIRE SAFETY SERVICE POTABLE WATER BACKFLOW PREV 130.00
BANK OF AMERICA 5/11/11 SEMINAR/MC FADYEN 50.00
BANK OF AMERICA 2011 MAEDC CONF/MC FADYEN 300.00
ALASTAIR MC FADYEN LODGING/AIRFARE/MILEAGE/MC FAD 842.49
Total For Dept 728.00 DDA ADMINISTRATION 1,460.30
Dept 729.00 DDA MARKETING & PROMOTION
BANK OF AMERICA INK CARTRIDGE/FARMERS MARKET 31.99
BANK OF AMERICA WOODEN NICKELS/FARMERS MARKET 80.95
CHARLES GRINNELL 40.5 HRS @ $22/GRINNELL 891.00
ACE HARDWARE PAINT SUPPLIES/FARMERS MARKET 105.71
MICHIGAN COMPANY 1 CS FLOOR CLEANER/FARMERS 53.17
JUDITH A TUTTLE FLOWERS/PREEN/MIRACLE-GRO/ 133.43
Total For Dept 729.00 DDA MARKETING & PROMOTION 1,296.25

Dept 731.00 DDA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS


AYLES TREE SERVICE, INC REMOVE DEAD ELM TREE/VETERANS DR 625.00
WOLVERINE ENGINEERS CEDAR HEIGHTS DRAINAGE ISSUE 859.25
Total For Dept 731.00 DDA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 1,484.25

Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 30.94
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 141.39
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/SHERIFF 480.00
SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC. HVAC CONTRACT 721.80
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF MICH MONTHLY DUMPSTER SERVICE 56.81
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 2045 CEDAR 93.77
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 2150 CEDAR 38.87
BANK OF AMERICA 10 THREADED ROD/7 SPRING NUTS 9.94
Total For Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS 1,573.52

Total For Fund 248 DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 6,076.72

Fund 393 2010 REFUNDING BOND DEBT RETIREMENT


Dept 905.00 DEBT SERVICE
USBANK TRUST N.A. 2010 DDA REF BOND #802969800 495,000.00
USBANK TRUST N.A. 2010 DDA REF BOND #802969800 17,445.63
Total For Dept 905.00 DEBT SERVICE 512,445.63

Total For Fund 393 2010 REFUNDING BOND DEBT RETIREMENT 512,445.63

Fund 590 SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM


Dept 548.00 ADMINISTRATION & OVERHEAD
THRUN LAW FIRM, P.C. LEGAL FEES APRIL 331.60
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER POSTAGE CERTIFIED MAIL SHORTAGE 0.60
ICS MARKETING SUPPORT SERV SEWER BILL POSTAGE MAY & JUNE 5,460.00
CUSTOM MAILERS, INC. APRIL SEWER BILL MAILING 577.59
Total For Dept 548.00 ADMINISTRATION & OVERHEAD 6,369.79

Dept 558.00 DEPT OF PUBLIC SERVICE


UNUM LIFE INSURANCE COMP DISABILITY INSURANCE JUNE 470.80
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS LABELS & YELLOW PAPER 12.99
ACE HARDWARE 20 KEY TAGS 7.00
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 4/16-30/11 2,151.18
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 94.92
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 74.53
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 151.88
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 81.40
BANK OF AMERICA PORTABLE HARD DISK DRIVE/BRYANT 104.98
BANK OF AMERICA BLACKBERRY PLAYBOOK/DIORKA 884.82
CUES CUES SOFTWARE SUPPORT/UNIT 11A 1,800.00
FACTORY DIRECT INK & TONER BLACK TONER - COMPATIBLE 62.99
FACTORY DIRECT INK & TONER CYAN TONER - COMPATIBLE 60.99
FACTORY DIRECT INK & TONER YELLOW TONER - COMPATIBLE 60.99
FACTORY DIRECT INK & TONER MAGENTA TONER - COMPATIBLE 60.99
AIRGAS GREAT LAKES CYLINDER RENTAL 101.77
FISHER SCIENTIFIC ANNUAL POTW LAB SUPPLY ORDER 491.40
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES ELECTRICIANS SCREW DRIVER SET 15.98
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES DUCT TAPE (ROLL) 41.88
BANK OF AMERICA 2 BALL AIR STONE/25' AIRLINE TUBING 8.97
FISHER SCIENTIFIC ANNUAL POTW LAB SUPPLY ORDER 214.66
FISHER SCIENTIFIC ANNUAL POTW LAB SUPPLY ORDER 1,023.18
FISHER SCIENTIFIC ANNUAL POTW LAB SUPPLY ORDER 339.60
FISHER SCIENTIFIC ANNUAL POTW LAB SUPPLY ORDER 885.34
FISHER SCIENTIFIC 4.5OZ GRADUATED SAMPLE CONTAIN 119.66
ALEXANDER CHEMICAL CORP SODIUM BISULFITE 857.50
ALEXANDER CHEMICAL CORP CREDIT (180.00)
ALEXANDER CHEMICAL CORP CALCIUM NITRATE 9,628.60
KEMIRA WATER SOLUTIONS, INC FERRIC CHLORIDE 5,024.02
KAR LABORATORIES, INC. INFLUENT MERCURY TESTING 270.00
KAR LABORATORIES, INC. EFFLUENT MERCURY TESTING 270.00
BIO-CARE, INC. ANNUAL FIT TEST/DPS EMPLOYEES 50.00
ACE HARDWARE 10 SAFETY GLOVES 29.90
ARGUS-HAZCO CALIBRATION GAS 500.00
ARGUS-HAZCO SHIPPING 36.28
NORTHERN SAFETY CO., INC. 12 HARD HATS 142.68
NORTHERN SAFETY CO., INC. CREDIT (8.88)
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SHIPPING CHARGES 47.79
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SHIPPING CHARGES 44.59
WASTE MANAGEMENT OF MICH MONTHLY DUMPSTER SERVICE 343.42
METRONET LONG DISTANCE LONG DISTANCE APRIL 9.54
USA MOBILITY WIRELESS, INC. PAGER SERVICE 55.64
COMCAST HIGH SPEED INTERNET/MAINTENANCE 126.90
COMCAST HIGH SPEED INTERNET/POTW 126.24
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 3505 HOLT 74.55
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 4280 DELL 16.68
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 1492 AURELIUS 149.32
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 1492 AURELIUS 66.00
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 1988 WAVERLY 121.58
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 5961 MC CUE 2,439.05
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT ELECTRIC 2481 DELHI COMMERCE 72.11
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT ELECTRIC 1870 NIGHTINGALE 108.79
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-1988 WAVERLY 497.84
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-4000 N MICHIGAN#B 173.71
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-5961 MC CUE #2723 51.63
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-1988 WAVERLY 111.24
BANK OF AMERICA 6 BUNDLES FLAGS/6 CANS PAINT 74.70
BANK OF AMERICA STUMP JUMPER/WHEEL FORK/ 200.47
ACE HARDWARE 10 CORDS 4.70
ACE HARDWARE TWINE 10.49
ACE HARDWARE 1 PLASTIC WHEEL 6.99
BOYNTON FIRE SAFETY SERVICE POTABLE WATER BACKFLOW PREV 910.00
JOHN DEERE LANDSCAPES SEED SUNNY/DPS 376.00
BANK OF AMERICA COMMUNICATION RECEIVER-TRANS 944.43
BARNHART & SON, INC. ACCESS RD IMPROVE/EIFERT LS 1,749.11
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES AIR COMPRESSOR 159.00
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES SEDIMENT FILTER (SEAL WATER) 69.48
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES AIR HOSE 29.96
BANK OF AMERICA GALV REDUCER & NIPPLE/BARN 48.67
BANK OF AMERICA 20 MINIATURE LAMPS 20.00
BANK OF AMERICA BOWL 44.00
BANK OF AMERICA CREDIT (143.00)
BANK OF AMERICA FABRICATED BOWL & SHIPPING 162.43
D & G EQUIPMENT INC EQUIPMENT CHECKED FOR REPAIR 27.50
GRAINGER 4X184 LOVEJOY COUPLING 20.40
GRAINGER 2X814 LOVEJOY INSERT 29.36
GRAINGER 5PU47 GREASE FITTINGS 21.69
GRAINGER 5PU14 GREASE FITTINGS 5.14
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC PIN & YOKE ASSY/SHIPPING 117.64
ACE HARDWARE WHITE DUCT TAPE 6.99
LW MEYER ASSOCIATES, INC. ROYCE DO PROBES 4,335.00
LW MEYER ASSOCIATES, INC. SHIPPING 29.00
BARNHART & SON, INC. MISC ACCESS ROAD IMPROVEMENTS 6,557.46
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/POTW 260.00
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/MAINTENANCE 260.00
SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC. HVAC CONTRACT 1,443.60
SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC. HVAC REPAIR-LAB BLDG.LOUVER ACTUA 736.31
BRADY LAWN EQUIPMENT SCAG MOWER REPAIR 469.32
H & H WELDING & REPAIR LLC 2 MACHINE CUTTERS/MOYNO 160.00
FRANKIE D'S AUTO & TRUCK LOF/MARKER LAMP BULB/#26 54.00
FRANKIE D'S AUTO & TRUCK LOF/#25 28.00
FRANKIE D'S AUTO & TRUCK LOF/#1 28.00
FRANKIE D'S AUTO & TRUCK REPAIRED HEADLIGHTS/#7 70.00
SPARROW OCC HEALTH SERV PHYSICALS 235.50
BANK OF AMERICA PRIZES/POTW OPEN HOUE 99.82
BANK OF AMERICA DOUBLE RED TICKET ROLLS/GARDEN 10.49
BANK OF AMERICA TIME SWITCH 30A/GILL 22.99
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS 2 PK LABELS 29.98
DARLING INTERNATIONAL INC. RECYCLE RAMA/GREASE HAUL 50.00
BANK OF AMERICA COFFEE/DIORKA 1.90
BANK OF AMERICA PARKING/DIORKA 2.00
BANK OF AMERICA LUNCH/DIORKA 8.96
BANK OF AMERICA LODGING/DIORKA 285.55
BANK OF AMERICA MML SEMINAR REGISTRATION/DIORKA 25.00
BANK OF AMERICA LODGING/BRYANT 66.30
BANK OF AMERICA MWEA REGISTRATON/DIORKA 250.00
MICHIGAN RURAL WATER 2011 MRWA DUES/DIORKA 525.00
ORBIS CORPORATION 20 EARTH MACHINE COMPOST BINS 844.00
Total For Dept 558.00 DEPT OF PUBLIC SERVICE 52,363.95

Dept 578.01 CAPITAL IMPR-TREATMENT PLANT


C2AE LIFT STATION D & POTW SCREEIN 14,556.48
HUBBELL, ROTH & CLARK, INC LABOR & REIMBURSABLE EXPENSES 32,822.89
HUBBELL, ROTH & CLARK, INC SLUDGE DRYER ENGINEERING 2,293.07
IRISH CONSTRUCTION COMPANY LIFT STATION D - PYMT 1 255,898.36
Total For Dept 578.01 CAPITAL IMPR-TREATMENT PLANT 305,570.80
Dept 588.01 G.O. BOND INDEBTEDNESS
USBANK TRUST N.A. PAYING AGENT FEES 150.00
Total For Dept 588.01 G.O. BOND INDEBTEDNESS 150.00

Total For Fund 590 SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM 364,454.54

Fund 701 TRUST & AGENCY FUND


Dept 000.00
AFLAC AFLAC DISABILITY 574.52
AFLAC AFLAC LIFE INSUR 7.38
AFLAC AFLAC ACCIDENT INDEMNITY 480.14
AFLAC AFLAC SICKNESS INDEMNITY 177.14
AFLAC AFLAC CANCER INDEMNITY 403.08
Total For Dept 000.00 1,642.26

Total For Fund 701 TRUST & AGENCY FUND 1,642.26

Total For All Funds: 995,693.95


ACCOUNTS PAYABLE APPROVAL
May 31, 2011
I. Certification of Authorized Signatures: The attached Check Register and Invoice Distribution Report encompass
checks dated May 31, 2011 numbered 79204 thru 79275 & ACH 1534 thru 1554. Every invoice has a payment
authorizing signature(s).

Dated: May 31, 2011


Lora Behnke, Accounting Clerk

II. Certification of Fund Totals:


The attached Invoice Distribution Report and Check Register for checks dated May 31, 2011 show payments made from the
following funds:

General Fund $ 85,379.56


Fire Fund 15,004.91
Police Fund 178,693.08
Fire Equip. & Apparatus Fund 2,524.41
Water Improvement Fund 122.45
Brownfield Redevelopment Fund 122.45
Downtown Development Fund 10,768.53
Sewer Fund 64,686.17
Trust & Agency Fund 2,210.00
Pinetree Rd. Debt Fund 156.00

Grand Total $ 359,667.56

Includes the following to be reimbursed from separate bank accounts:

Dart Sewer SAD $ 116.45


Employee Flex Spending $ 30.00

Dated: May 31, 2011


Marian Frane, Director of Accounting

III. Approval for Distribution: I have reviewed the above checks and invoices and all of them should be distributed. All
invoices over $10,000.00 have been approved by general policy or previous motions of the board. (None) .

Dated: May 31, 2011


John B. Elsinga, Township Manager

Evan Hope, Township Clerk

Harry R. Ammon, Treasurer

IV. Board Audit and Approval: At a regular meeting of the Township Board held on June 7, 2011 a motion was made
by ____________________ and passed by _____ yes votes and _____ no votes (____________________ absent) that
the list of claims dated May 31, 2011, was reviewed, audited and approved.
________________________
Evan Hope, Township Clerk

U:Accounting Private\Payables\Accounts Payable Approval Form5-31.xls


CC: Central File
INVOICE GL DISTRIBUTION REPORT FOR DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP
EXP CHECK RUN DATES 05/31/2011 - 05/31/2011

Vendor Invoice Description Amount

Fund 101 GENERAL FUND


Dept 000.00
SBAM RETIREES HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 192.70
RM ELECTRIC, INC. Administration Fee 50.00
RM ELECTRIC, INC. Circuit 5.00
RM ELECTRIC, INC. Dishwasher 5.00
RM ELECTRIC, INC. Fire Alarm 5.00
APPLEGATE, INC Duct System Only 25.00
MARILYN MORGAN PAVILION RENTAL REFUND 75.00
PHILLIP BALK PAVILION RENTAL REFUND 50.00
MARSHA ZIEGLER REFUND SR TRIP TO THEATRE 30.00
PAULINE HOUSE REFUND SR. TRIP TO THEATRE 30.00
Total For Dept 000.00 467.70

Dept 101.00 LEGISLATIVE


HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 25.50
MICH TOWNSHIPS ASSOC MTA DUES 7/1/2011 THRU 6/30/2012 5,742.02
Total For Dept 101.00 LEGISLATIVE 5,767.52

Dept 171.00 MANAGER


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 933.66
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 305.90
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 92.63
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 51.38
Total For Dept 171.00 MANAGER 1,383.57

Dept 191.00 ACCOUNTING


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 933.66
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 277.48
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 48.43
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 2,448.98
Total For Dept 191.00 ACCOUNTING 3,708.55

Dept 215.00 CLERK


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 2,489.78
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 266.91
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 63.75
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 52.63
INGHAM CTY CHAPTER-MTA 2011 ING CO MTA ANNUAL DUES 35.00
Total For Dept 215.00 CLERK 2,908.07
Dept 228.00 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 933.66
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 83.58
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 47.59
FACTORY DIRECT INK & TONER 12 CARTRIDGES 636.88
FACTORY DIRECT INK & TONER 2 INKJET CARTRIDGES 47.98
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 51.38
Total For Dept 228.00 INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY 1,801.07

Dept 253.00 TREASURERS


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 1,167.10
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 277.48
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 41.65
MUZZALL GRAPHICS WHITE MAILING ENVELOPES 287.00
MUZZALL GRAPHICS GREEN RETURN PMT ENVELOPES 382.50
KARIN S TEBEAU LODGING/MEALS/MILEAGE-TEBEAU 357.56
Total For Dept 253.00 TREASURERS 2,513.29

Dept 257.00 ASSESSING


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 2,100.76
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 222.32
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 48.43
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 55.86
Total For Dept 257.00 ASSESSING 2,427.37

Dept 265.00 BUILDING & GROUNDS


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 515.39
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 73.60
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 13.95
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 81.06
KEYSTONE DESIGN GROUP CEILING ACCESS PANELS STUDY 1,830.00
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/CSC 975.00
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 13.04
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 2074 AURELIUS 477.63
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 2074 AURELIUS 208.00
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2074 AURELIUS 4,746.63
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-2074 AURELIUS 592.04
HENDERSON GLASS, INC. WINDOW GLASS REPAIR/LIBRARY 246.52
Total For Dept 265.00 BUILDING & GROUNDS 9,772.86

Dept 276.00 CEMETERY


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 801.71
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 114.49
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 21.71
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 126.10
CHRISTIANS GREENHOUSE FLOWERS 234.42
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES (6) 6PK ANNUALS 11.88
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 13.05
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-4149 WILLOUGHBY 36.15
GARRY KNAPP REPLACE SHEPPARD HOOK 23.84
MT. HOPE MONUMENT CO. REPLACE DAMAGED MARKER 692.00
Total For Dept 276.00 CEMETERY 2,075.35

Dept 446.00 INFRASTRUCTURE


BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT STREETLIGHTS 5/1-6/1/11 6,623.53
ACE HARDWARE 4 CLEVIS SLIP HOOKS 30.99
ACE HARDWARE BROOM/HANDLE/BUSHING 3.29
Total For Dept 446.00 INFRASTRUCTURE 6,657.81

Dept 721.00 PLANNING/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 4,823.98
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 722.12
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 132.19
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 86.33
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 212.75
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 4360 HOLT #11 17.15
AMERICAN FLOORING LLC FLOORING AT 4360 HOLT #11 5,756.91
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 4360 HOLT #11 31.42
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS 4360 HOLT #11 24.02
DISCOUNT GLASS & SCREEN RESCREEN - 4360 HOLT #11 260.20
FREE LANCE PAINTING STAIN DECK 4360 HOLT #11 70.00
FREE LANCE PAINTING REMOVE WALL COVERING 4360 HOLT # 45.00
FREE LANCE PAINTING PAINT 4360 HOLT #11 2,355.00
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES 4360 HOLT #11 154.05
MARK WOODMAN PLUMBING PLUMBING & HEATING AT 4360 HOLT 2,042.00
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 2138 DEAN 13.00
OCE NORTH AMERICA DOC COPIER METER CHARGE APRIL 94.09
SCHAFER'S INC. MOWING 1881 HEATHERTON 34.50
SCHAFER'S INC. MOWING 4696 KRENTAL 69.00
SCHAFER'S INC. MOWING 1596 BERKLEY 69.00
SCHAFER'S INC. MOWING 4691 KRENTAL 34.50
SCHAFER'S INC. GARAGE ROOF TARP/1953 HAMILTON 190.98
Total For Dept 721.00 PLANNING/COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT 17,238.19

Dept 752.00 ADMINISTRATION


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 778.04
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 89.18
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 45.47
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 95.31
Total For Dept 752.00 ADMINISTRATION 1,008.00
Dept 771.00 PARKS
SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 1,167.10
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 138.74
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 19.54
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 696.63
GRAINGER DUST MASK/DIGITAL MULTIMETER 48.92
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES DUAL PORT BATTERY CHARGER 119.00
ACE HARDWARE EYE BOLT 1.68
ACE HARDWARE GALV NIPPLE 1.19
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT 12 BOXES TRASH BAGS 221.52
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT 2 GARDEN HOSES 51.16
GRAINGER PK 50 DUST MASK 7.91
LOWE'S CREDIT SERVICES (1) AM/FM WORKTUNES HEARING 49.98
AMERICAN RENTAL PORTABLE TOILETS 140.00
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE UNIFORM PANTS 35.14
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE UNIFORM PANTS 218.52
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE UNIFORM PANTS 67.97
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE UNIFORM PANTS 120.72
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 1750 MAPLE 25.45
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 2108 CEDAR 13.00
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 2287 PINE TREE 40.80
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 4030 KELLER 107.20
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 4080 KELLER 44.92
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 2287 PINE TREE 2939 107.01
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 2108 CEDAR 1,022.01
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 2177 WEST BLVD 19.96
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 2287 PINE TREE 3200 137.42
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 1750 MAPLE 39.60
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 2074 AURELIUS #PARK 993.18
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS 2287 PINE TREE 2939 58.30
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS 2108 CEDAR 27.72
GRAINGER BRAIDED CONNECTOR 17.99
JP SIGNS & GRAPHICS 48X14 SIGN 77.68
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH PVC/VALVE/ADAPTER/HOSE CLAMP 27.34
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH PVC/ELBOWS/TAPE/CEMENT 16.61
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH 2 SPRAYERS/BRUSHES/PUTTY KNIVE 63.84
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH 6 LADIES GLOVES/1 GALV CAP 41.12
PROGRESSIVE SURVEILLANCE 2 CAMERAS INSTALLED/SKATE PARK 188.50
PROGRESSIVE SURVEILLANCE CAMERA/UPGRADES/VMG 1,768.91
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT TABLETS 89.88
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT POOL SHOCK 57.34
WESCO DISTRIBUTION, INC 5 LAMPS/VMG 66.00
E.D.S. IRRIGATION, LLC REPAIR IRRIGATION SYSTEM 408.75
MENARDS LANSING SOUTH 10 PREMIXED CONCRETE MIX 24.90
BRADY LAWN EQUIPMENT PARTS & LABOR/TORO 2550 745.73
BOBCAT OF LANSING 72" MULCH KIT/SCAG 300.00
CARQUEST THE PARTS PLACE 2 RED WIPER BLADES 5.86
FASTENAL COMPANY BRUSHES/HCS/PINS/TEBS 30.57
SPARTAN DISTRIBUTORS SNAP RINGS/HEX CAPSCREWS/ 44.42
SPARTAN DISTRIBUTORS LINK ASSYS/CASTERS/BEARINGS 1,111.43
SPARTAN DISTRIBUTORS FAN BELT/ADJ BRAKE CABLES/ 438.20
SPARTAN DISTRIBUTORS (2) LATCH ASM & FREIGHT 183.39
SPARTAN DISTRIBUTORS RINGS/NUTS/BEARINGS/STUDS/ 152.75
SPARTAN DISTRIBUTORS CAPSCREWS/ROLLERS/STOP NUTS 46.15
SPARTAN DISTRIBUTORS PIN-CLEVIS/HAIR PIN/FREIGHT 22.43
Total For Dept 771.00 PARKS 11,672.08

Dept 774.00 RECREATION


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 933.66
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 83.58
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 21.68
DEAN TRAILWAYS OF MICH SENIOR BUS TRIP/PORT HURON 930.00
MICHIGAN RECREATION ENTRY FEE FOR PUNT/PASS & KICK 40.00
BIG DOG ENTERTAINMENT BOUNCE HOUSE/SLIDE-KIDS DAY 1,025.00
Total For Dept 774.00 RECREATION 3,033.92

Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS


HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 32.40
SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 5,202.81
PLANTE & MORAN, PLLC UPDATE 5 YR FINANCIAL MODEL 7,500.00
SECAP FINANCE FOLDING MACHINE LEASE 189.00
AFLAC FSA FEE - MAY 20.00
Total For Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS 12,944.21

Total For Fund 101 GENERAL FUND 85,379.56

Fund 206 FIRE FUND


Dept 336.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT
SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 10,892.78
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 1,428.70
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 249.64
BARYAMES CLEANERS UNIFORM DRY CLEANING 178.25
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 1,159.52
BOUND TREE MEDICAL, LLC 3 SUPRAGLOTTIC AIRWAY TUBES 117.15
FIRE RESCUE MAGAZINE 12 ISSUES FIRE RESCUE 43.00
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 571.43
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 309.80
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 6139 BISHOP 32.50
ACE HARDWARE WD-40/THREADED HANDLE 14.67
ACE HARDWARE 3 EXIT SIGNS 7.47
Total For Dept 336.00 FIRE DEPARTMENT 15,004.91

Total For Fund 206 FIRE FUND 15,004.91


Fund 207 POLICE FUND
Dept 301.00 POLICE
INGHAM COUNTY TREASURER POLICE CONTRACT MAY 178,693.08
Total For Dept 301.00 POLICE 178,693.08

Total For Fund 207 POLICE FUND 178,693.08

Fund 211 FIRE EQUIP. & APPARATUS FUND


Dept 339.00 EQUIPMENT & APPARATUS
FIRE SERVICE MANAGEMENT TURNOUT GEAR CLEANING/FREIGHT 344.12
FIRE SERVICE MANAGEMENT TURNOUT GEAR CLEANING/FREIGHT 278.43
FEMA FIRE ACT GRANT OVERPAYMENT 108.80
COMMUNICATIONS SERVICES REPAIR MACOM RADIO/#009 255.00
CARQUEST THE PARTS PLACE 4 HALOGEN LIGHTS/2 BOSCH WIPES 52.00
HALT FIRE, INC. AUTO CHARGER/#037 1,296.71
HAWK LABELING SYSTEMS LABEL MAKER CASE & FREIGHT 66.90
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 122.45
Total For Dept 339.00 EQUIPMENT & APPARATUS 2,524.41

Total For Fund 211 FIRE EQUIP. & APPARATUS FUND 2,524.41

Fund 225 WATER IMPROVEMENT FUND


Dept 536.00 ADMINISTRATION & CONSTRUCTION
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 122.45
Total For Dept 536.00 ADMINISTRATION & CONSTRUCTION 122.45

Total For Fund 225 WATER IMPROVEMENT FUND 122.45

Fund 243 BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTH


Dept 733.00 BROWNFIELD ADMINISTRATION
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 122.45
Total For Dept 733.00 BROWNFIELD ADMINISTRATION 122.45

Total For Fund 243 BROWNFIELD REDEVELOPMENT AUTH 122.45

Fund 248 DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY


Dept 728.00 DDA ADMINISTRATION
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 83.58
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 36.55
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 816.33
HELEN C HARRISON MILEAGE 2/22-5/26/11/HARRISON 72.93
Total For Dept 728.00 DDA ADMINISTRATION 1,009.39

Dept 729.00 DDA MARKETING & PROMOTION


CHARLES GRINNELL 41 HOURS @ $22/GRINNELL 902.00
ACE HARDWARE PADLOCK/HASP/TAPE/PAINT BRUSH 35.93
ACE HARDWARE 2 SHELF BRACKETS/4 SCREWEYES 9.30
BLOHM CREATIVE PARTNERS BILLBOARD/FARMERS MARKET 240.00
BLOHM CREATIVE PARTNERS PRESS RELEASE/FARMERS MARKET 200.00
BLOHM CREATIVE PARTNERS 25 POSTERS/FARMERS MARKET 483.00
BLOHM CREATIVE PARTNERS NEWSPAPER AD/FARMERS MARKET 290.00
MID-MICHIGAN BUSINESS RELETTER BANNER/ARMED FORCES DA 65.00
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT MEMBERSHIP/CHARLES GRINNELL 15.00
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT PAPER TOWELS/TOLIET PAPER/ 74.54
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT CREDIT SALES TAX (4.22)
BLOHM CREATIVE PARTNERS APRIL WEB MAINTENANCE & HOST 322.50
Total For Dept 729.00 DDA MARKETING & PROMOTION 2,633.05

Dept 731.00 DDA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS


PURE GREEN LAWN & TREE FERTILIZATION/CEDAR ISLANDS DDA 265.00
ACE HARDWARE DRILL BIT/TAP/BRASS SCREWS 18.82
CHRISTIANS GREENHOUSE FLOWERS 666.30
THE COTTAGE GARDENS, INC. (2) 50# TOUGH TURF GRASS SEED 192.00
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT 18 BAGS MIRACLE-GRO 165.20
SHERWIN WILLIAMS BLACK CONCRETE PAINT (GALLON) 254.45
SHERWIN WILLIAMS VOC RESPIRATOR 31.09
FOSTER, SWIFT, COLLINS LEGAL FEES APRIL/2040 CEDAR 2,000.60
Total For Dept 731.00 DDA INFRASTRUCTURE PROJECTS 3,593.46

Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 801.71
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 114.49
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 21.71
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 126.10
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/SHERIFF 480.00
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 13.05
BOARD OF WATER & LIGHT WATER 2004 AURELIUS 7.00
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-3970 HOLT 116.85
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2004 AURELIUS 102.65
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2116 CEDAR 277.47
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2150 CEDAR 91.99
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2045 CEDAR #A 758.07
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2045 CEDAR #B 88.21
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2228 AURELIUS 133.16
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-4115 HOLT 228.59
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-2150 CEDAR 51.42
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-2045 CEDAR 120.16
Total For Dept 850.00 OTHER FUNCTIONS 3,532.63

Total For Fund 248 DOWNTOWN DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY 10,768.53


Fund 590 SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM
Dept 000.00
FELDPAUSCH, LINDA REF SEWER 4377 REXFORD HOLT 24.30
MORAN, KELLY REF SEWER 2683 HALYARD CT 12.45
ROSENBAUM, KELLI REF SEWER 2328 KNOTWOOD HOLT 21.30
TITO REYES REAL ESTATE REF SEWER 2394 ANCHOR CT HOLT 13.00
SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 367.04
Total For Dept 000.00 438.09

Dept 548.00 ADMINISTRATION & OVERHEAD


HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 20.25
SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 2,726.99
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 3,673.46
Total For Dept 548.00 ADMINISTRATION & OVERHEAD 6,420.70

Dept 558.00 DEPT OF PUBLIC SERVICE


SBAM HEALTH INSURANCE JUNE 12,197.47
DELTA DENTAL PLAN OF DENTAL INSURANCE JUNE 1,741.84
HARTFORD LIFE INSURANCE LIFE INSURANCE JUNE 330.23
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS OFFICE SUPPLIES 147.85
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS CREDIT (69.02)
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS OFFICE SUPPLIES 89.06
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS OFFICE SUPPLIES 39.24
DBI BUSINESS INTERIORS CREDIT (75.98)
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT 400 DVD-R 49.64
LANSING ICE & FUEL CO GASOLINE 5/1-15/11 1,918.47
AVERY OIL & PROPANE POTW GENERATER FUEL 1,603.21
BARYAMES CLEANERS UNIFORM DRY CLEANING 41.40
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 338.45
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 188.80
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 356.72
MODEL COVERALL SERVICE STAFF UNIFORMS 157.96
RS TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC. ADD 2 PC'S TO COMCAST NETWORK 648.53
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT BATTERY BACKUP / DPS OFFICE 49.88
HASSELBRING-CLARK METER OVERAGE 97.86
FISHER SCIENTIFIC LAB SUPPLIES 1,320.54
FISHER SCIENTIFIC CREDIT (429.32)
FISHER SCIENTIFIC 2 CASES BOD BOTTLES 429.32
ALEXANDER CHEMICAL CORP SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE 4,116.46
ALEXANDER CHEMICAL CORP SODIUM BISULFITE 875.00
ALEXANDER CHEMICAL CORP CREDIT (135.00)
FIBERTEC INDUSTRIAL HYGIENE HEADWORKS PROJECT SAMPLE 30.00
NORTHERN SAFETY CO., INC. (1) CLEAR VISOR 4.84
UNITED PARCEL SERVICE SHIPPING CHARGES 26.75
VERIZON WIRELESS MARCH CELLULAR PHONES 327.63
DELHI TOWNSHIP TREASURER SEWER 1490 AURELIUS 29.80
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 1390 WAVERLY 213.10
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC 1490 AURELIUS 1,675.30
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-1494 AURELIUS 62.01
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2358 EIFERT 488.99
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-4280 DELL 501.47
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-2870 PINE TREE 621.26
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-3505 HOLT 116.64
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-5999 HOLT 62.65
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-6055 MC CUE 210.11
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-4828 HOLT 135.64
CONSUMERS ENERGY ELECTRIC-5961 MC CUE #2509 16,348.25
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-5961 MC CUE #2 24.65
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-5961 MC CUE #3 48.36
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-5961 MC CUE #2319 787.03
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS 5961 MC CUE #4 979.80
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-3505 HOLT 24.65
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-4280 DELL 36.13
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-2481 DELHI COMM 20.82
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-1490 AURELIUS 265.55
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-1492 AURELIUS 132.48
CONSUMERS ENERGY GAS-1492 AURELIUIS #A 63.65
SUPERIOR SAW THROTTLE CABLE ASSY/FUEL CAP/ 42.37
ACE HARDWARE 3 LIME RUST REMOVR/1 IRON OUT 34.46
ACE HARDWARE 12 KEYS/PLEDGE/SCREWDRIVER 28.06
CHRISTIANS GREENHOUSE FLOWERS 57.57
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC TIGER TAIL RODDER HOSE PROTECT 155.80
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC GUICK CLAMPS FOR VACUME HOSE 203.84
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC FEMALE HOSE REPAIR CRIMP 76.00
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC MALE HOSE REPAIR CRIMP 38.40
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC VACTOR HOSE CONNECTOR NIPPLE 9.84
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC WATER FILL DEBRIS SCREEN 142.26
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC RED TANK LEVEL INDICATOR BALLS 18.60
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC 12 VOLT HAND HELD SPOT LIGHT 475.00
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC ROOT SAW 4" CONCAVE 127.84
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC ROOT CUTTER HUB 52.72
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC FINNED PIPE WELD 260.00
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC 36" VACUUM PIPE 132.58
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC VACUUM PIPE 90* WELDMENT/5 & 5A 558.82
JACK DOHENY SUPPLIES, INC EQUIPMENT MAIN & REPAIR 45.18
USA BLUE BOOK EBARA SS SAMPLE PUMP 339.95
USA BLUE BOOK 1/2" HYPO BALL VALVES 123.80
USA BLUE BOOK SHIPPING 20.64
ACE HARDWARE BROOM/HANDLE/BUSHING 38.95
PURE GREEN LAWN & TREE TREE/GRASS FERT MAINT 232.00
PURE GREEN LAWN & TREE TREE/GRASS WAVERLY LS 79.00
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/POTW 260.00
MAID BRIGADE OF LANSING CLEANING SERVICES/MAINTENANCE 260.00
SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC. RESET AHU STARTERS 110.00
SIEMENS INDUSTRY, INC. BLDG 200 NO HEAT- PUMP 5 1,683.82
HASSELBRING-CLARK ANNUAL COPIER MAINT/POTW 600.00
RS TECHNICAL SERVICES, INC. SERVICE VFD DRIVE UNIT 559.00
GREAT LAKES SERVICE & SUP REPAIR NIGHT OWL CAMERA/FREIGHT 453.18
IDEXX DISTRIBUTION, INC. 1YR. WORKING UNIT SERVICE AGREE 400.00
ACE HARDWARE SCREWS/UNIT 8 3.44
R. A. DINKEL & ASSOCIATES GIRLS JIGGY BANDS(FISH)/TWP LOGO 347.50
R. A. DINKEL & ASSOCIATES SET UP FEE 50.00
R. A. DINKEL & ASSOCIATES ESTIMATED SHIPPING 13.00
R. A. DINKEL & ASSOCIATES SHOPPING BAG/GILL OUTLINE 235.50
R. A. DINKEL & ASSOCIATES SET UP FEE 50.00
R. A. DINKEL & ASSOCIATES ESTIMATED SHIPPING 25.50
SAM'S CLUB DIRECT POTW REUSE RALLY SUPPLIES 100.14
Total For Dept 558.00 DEPT OF PUBLIC SERVICE 57,710.93

Dept 588.02 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BONDS


USBANK TRUST N.A. PAYING AGENT FEES 116.45
Total For Dept 588.02 SPECIAL ASSESSMENT BONDS 116.45

Total For Fund 590 SEWAGE DISPOSAL SYSTEM 64,686.17

Fund 701 TRUST & AGENCY FUND


Dept 000.00
INGHAM COUNTY TREASURER MARCH TRAILER PARK FEES 2,180.00
AFLAC FSA FEE - MAY 30.00
Total For Dept 000.00 2,210.00

Total For Fund 701 TRUST & AGENCY FUND 2,210.00

Fund 811 PINETREE ROAD DEBT SERVICE


Dept 905.00 DEBT SERVICE
MANER COSTERISAN 2010 AUDIT FEES 122.45
USBANK TRUST N.A. PAYING AGENT FEES 33.55
Total For Dept 905.00 DEBT SERVICE 156.00

Total For Fund 811 PINETREE ROAD DEBT SERVICE 156.00

Total For All Funds: 359,667.56


DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP
FUND TRANSFERS AND PAYROLL APPROVAL
For Payroll Dated May 26, 2011

I. Certification of Preparation and Distribution


The attached check and payroll registers encompass check numbers: 102445 through 102502 & direct deposits numbers:
DD11536 through DD11619. The payroll was prepared in accordance with established payroll rates and procedures.

Lora Behnke, Accounting Clerk

The Treasurer's and Clerk's signatures were affixed to the payroll checks using the check signing machine.

Joyce Goulet, Accounts Payable Coordinator

The attached Check and Payroll Registers were reviewed. The payroll checks were distributed in accordance with established
procedures.

Dated: May 26, 2011 Marian Frane, CPA, Director of Accounting

II. Payroll Report


The May 26, 2011 payroll encompasses the following funds and expenditures:
Gross Payroll Net
Payroll Deductions Pay
General Fund $72,547.96 $19,385.24 $53,162.72
Fire Dept. Fund 38,558.32 11,557.02 $27,001.30
DDA 8,161.70 2,991.07 $5,170.63
Sewer Fund/Receiving 39,465.03 10,653.77 $28,811.26
Total Payroll $158,733.01 $44,587.10 $114,145.91

Township Township Total Deductions


FICA Pension Plan & H.S.A. & TWP Liabilities
General Fund $5,066.40 $5,540.93 $29,992.57
Fire Dept. Fund 2,897.82 3,037.84 17,492.68
DDA 537.08 519.16 4,047.31
Sewer Fund/Receiving 2,843.45 3,026.65 16,523.87
Total Payroll $11,344.75 $12,124.58 $68,056.43

Marian Frane, CPA, Director of Accounting

III. FUND TRANSFERS


Transfers covering the foregoing payroll were made on May 26, 2011 and identified as follows:
5/26 Net Pay Disbursement in Common Savings ($114,145.91)

Harry R. Ammon, Treasurer

IV. Board Audit and Approval:


At a regular meeting of the Township Board held on June 7, 2011, a motion was made by _________________and passed
by_________________yes votes and ________no votes(__________absent) that the payroll dated May 26, 2011 was reviewed,
audited, and approved.

Attachment to Payroll Register


cc: Ammon(1)Vander Ploeg(1) Evan Hope, Clerk

5/26/2011 Excel U:/accounting private/2004 payroll/PAYROLL APPROVAL.xls


DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP

MEMORANDUM

TO: Delhi Township Board Members

FROM: John B. Elsinga, Township Manager

DATE: June 2, 2011

RE: Agreement for Local Road Improvement between the Board of Ingham
County Road Commissioners and Delhi Charter Township for Pine Tree
Road from Dell Road to the Cul-de-sac North of Sandhill Road

Enclosed for your review and approval is an Agreement for Local Road Improvements
between Delhi Charter Township and the Board of Ingham County Road
Commissioners for improvements to Pine Tree Road from Dell Road to the Cul-de-sac
North of Sandhill Road.

Each year the Ingham County Road Commission provides the Township with a list of
roads that are in need of recommended improvements. In April of 2010, the Road
Commission recommended improvements to Pine Tree Road from Keller Road to Dell
Road which was completed last fall. In 2011 they are recommending completing Pine
Tree Road from Dell Road to the Cul-de-Sac north of Sandhill Road.

As part of their 50/50 Local Match Program, the Ingham County Road Commission has
allocated up to $33,000 in 2011 for local road improvements in Delhi Township.
Because Pine Tree Road is a “collector” road used by the Township at-large, I suggest
the Township incur the remaining costs associated with this improvement project in lieu
of creating a special assessment district for those property owners along Pine Tree
Road similar to what the Board approved for the portion of Pine Tree Road completed in
2010.

The estimated cost of this project is $123,000. The Road Commission will provide
$33,000 in “match” funds with the remaining $90,000 being funding by the Township.
Funds are available in the Infrastructure budget. Therefore, I recommend the Board
approve this Agreement for improvements to Pine Tree Road from Dell Road to the Cul-
de-sac north of Sandhill Road.

RECOMMENDED MOTION:

To approve the Agreement for Local Road Improvement between


Delhi Charter Township and the Board of Ingham County Road
Commissioners for improvements to Pine Tree Road from Dell Road
to the Cul-de-sac north of Sandhill Road at an estimated cost of
$123,000, the Township’s share being $90,000.
AGREEMENT FOR LOCAL ROAD IMPROVEMENT

DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP

PINE TREE ROAD


Dell Road to Cul-de-sac North of Sandhill Road

THIS AGREEMENT made and entered into between the Charter Township of Delhi, County of Ingham,
Michigan (Township), and the Board of Ingham County Road Commissioners, Ingham County, Michigan
(Road Commission).

WITNESSETH

WHEREAS, the Township desires that improvements be performed on Pine Tree Road from Dell Road to
the Cul-de-sac North of Sandhill Road including:

Crushing, shaping and 3.5 inch thick, 2-course asphalt paving, 26 foot width to provide paved
shoulders, from the north edge of Dell Road to the north edge of Watt’s Landing Drive, but not
including the new pavement at both ends of the bridge over Sycamore Creek, including
approaches on South Pine Dell Drive, Sandhill Road, Camerdown Drive, and Watt’s Landing
Drive.
Asphalt approach paving with feathered matches on all driveways having existing asphalt
pavement ending at the road.
Removal of 8 existing concrete driveway approaches which end within the paving limits and
replacement of these with asphalt approaches.
Gravel approaches on existing gravel driveways.
Gravel or grassed shoulders to match existing.
Storm sewer construction on east side, north of S. Pine Dell Drive, and storm sewer outlet
modification on southwest corner of Watt’s Landing Drive and Pine Tree Road.
Adjustment of manhole lids, monument and water valve boxes.
Single course chip-sealing from north edge of Watt’s Landing Drive to and including the cul-de-
sac at the north end.
Restriping.
Restoration.
Construction signing.
Construction administration and inspection.
At an estimated cost of $123,000.00.

WHEREAS, the Road Commission is willing to cause said improvements to be undertaken and to pay for
a portion of the cost of said improvements, and the Road Commission will perform necessary ditch
maintenance cleaning not included in above costs;

WHEREAS, the Township is willing to pay the remaining portion of the cost of said improvements.

NOW THEREFORE IT IS AGREED AS FOLLOWS:

1. The Road Commission shall cause the improvements identified above and incorporated herein by
reference to be made during the construction season of the 2011 calendar year. For 2011, the Road
Commission has allocated to Delhi Township’s local road program, a maximum sum of $33,000.00,
which shall be matched equally by the Township.

2. For the aforementioned improvement, the cost of which is estimated to be $123,000.00, the Road
Commission agrees to contribute $33,000.00 toward the cost of said improvement. The Township
will contribute the remaining cost, which is estimated at $90,000.00.

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3. In the event the final cost of the improvements is greater, or lesser than the estimated amount set
forth above, the excess cost shall be paid solely by, or credited to, the Township, provided, however,
that the Township excess payment shall not exceed five percent (5%) of the Township contribution
amount established in this Agreement, unless the Township agrees otherwise.

4. The Road Commission shall invoice the Township for its estimated contribution. No invoice for the
improvements shall be issued by the Road Commission to the Township prior to the completion of a
majority of the work. Any excess cost due from the Township or owed to the Township shall be
invoiced/paid after completion of the work and final costs have been calculated. All payments shall
be made by the Township within thirty (30) days after invoice.

5. The contact person from the Township for this project is John B. Elsinga, Township Manager. The
contact person from the Road Commission is William Conklin, Managing Director.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF the parties hereto have set their hands and seals.

CHARTER TOWNSHIP OF DELHI: BOARD OF INGHAM COUNTY ROAD


COMMISSIONERS:

STUART GOODRICH, Supervisor SHIRLEY M. RODGERS, Chair

EVAN HOPE, Clerk BRENDA K. MOYER, Deputy Board Secretary

Date: Date:

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Delhi Charter Township
Department of Community Development

MEMORANDUM

TO: John B. Elsinga, Township Manager

FROM: Tracy L.C. Miller, Director of Community Development

DATE: Thursday, June 02, 2011

RE: Re-establishment of the Planning Commission as Required by the Michigan


Zoning Enabling Act

The Michigan Zoning Enabling Act of 2006 (MZEA), as amended, requires that Planning
Commissions established under any of the three old planning or zoning enabling acts be re-
established pursuant to the MZEA by July 1st of this year. Several years ago we conducted a
review of our Zoning Ordinance, with the help of the Township Attorney, to identify areas that
required amendment to comply with MZEA requirements. The amendments were completed
and we believed that the necessary steps had all been taken.

However, in light of the impending “July 1st” deadline for re-establishment of the Planning
Commission, I asked legal counsel if this was also something that we needed to do. After
review, it was determined that we should take action to re-establish the PC pursuant to the
MZEA to be on the safe side.

To that end, attached please find proposed Township Ordinance No. 120. Adoption of this
Ordinance by the Township Board does not change anything in terms of how our Planning
Commission functions or who serves on it. It is a necessary formality to ensure compliance with
the revised enabling legislation.

Therefore, please forward the attached, along with your concurrence, to the Township Board for
first consideration. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Thank you.

Recommended Motion:

Upon first consideration, to adopt Delhi Township Ordinance No. 120


which re-establishes and confirms the Delhi Charter Township
Planning Commission pursuant to the Michigan Planning Enabling
Act, PA 2008 and the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, PA 2006.
DELHI  CHARTER  TOWNSHIP  
 
INGHAM  COUNTY,  MICHIGAN  
 
ORDINANCE  NO.  120  
   
 
AN   ORDINANCE   TO   RE-­‐‑ESTABLISH   AND   CONFIRM   THE  
DELHI   CHARTER   TOWNSHIP   PLANNING   COMMISSION  
PURSUANT  TO  THE  MICHIGAN  PLANNING  ENABLING  ACT,  
PA   2008   NO.   33   (MCL   125.3801   et   seq)   AND   THE   MICHIGAN  
ZONING   ENABLING   ACT,   PA   2006   NO.   110   (MCL   125.3101   et  
seq);   TO   ORGANIZE   AND   CONTINUE   SAID   PLANNING  
COMMISSION;   TO   DESCRIBE   ITS   POWERS   AND   DUTIES;   TO  
ESTABLISH   ITS   MEMBERSHIP,   TERMS   OF   OFFICE   AND  
REMOVAL   FROM   OFFICE   OF   SAID   MEMBERS;   TO   PROVIDE  
FOR   CERTAIN   ADMINISTRATIVE   AND   PROCEDURAL  
MATTERS,   BYLAWS,   COMPENSATION;   TO   PROVIDE   FOR  
CAPITAL   IMPROVEMENT   AND   MASTER   PLANS,   DUTIES  
WITH   REFERENCE   TO   SUBDIVISIONS   OF   LAND   AND  
ZONING;   TO   REPEAL   PRIOR   RESOLUTIONS   AND/OR  
ORDINANCES   INCONSISTENT   HEREWITH;   AND   TO  
PROVIDE  AN  EFFECTIVE  DATE  HEREOF.  
 
 
The  Charter  Township  of  Delhi,  Ingham  County,  Michigan,  ordains:  
 
SECTION  1.    MEMBERSHIP,  TERM  OF  OFFICE,  VACANCY,  REMOVAL  AND  OFFICERS.  
 
A. Appointment.     The   Delhi   Charter   Township   Planning   Commission   shall   consist   of  
nine   (9)   members   who   shall   be   appointed   by   the   Township   Supervisor,   subject   to  
approval  of  a  majority  of  the  members  of  the  Township  Board  elected  and  serving.    
Members   of   the   Planning   Commission   shall   be   representative   of   important  
segments   of   the   community   which   exist   at   the   time   of   appointment,   such   as  
agricultural,   natural   resources,   recreation,   education,   public   health,   government,  
transportation,   industry   and   commerce.     Membership   shall,   to   the   extent  
practicable,  be  representative  of  the  entire  geography  of  the  Township.    Members  of  
the  Planning  Commission  shall  be  qualified  electors  of  the  Township,  except  as  may  
be  otherwise  permitted  by  Section  15  of  the  Planning  Enabling  Act.    One  member  of  
the  Township  Board  shall  be  appointed  to  the  Planning  Commission  as  an  ex  officio  
member.    The  term  of  the  ex  officio  member  shall  expire  with  his  or  her  term  of  office  
on   the   Township   Board.     All   other   members   shall   be   appointed   for   three   (3)   year  
terms,  and  if  a  vacancy  occurs  the  vacancy  shall  be  filled  for  the  unexpired  term  in  

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the  same  manner  as  provided  for  the  original  appointment.    In  addition,  a  member  
shall  hold  office  until  his  or  her  successor  is  appointed  and  existing  members  of  the  
Planning   Commission   existing   as   of   the   date   of   this   Ordinance   shall   continue   for  
their  individual  terms  of  appointment.  
 
B. Removal.    The  Township  Board  may  remove  a  member  of  a  Planning  Commission  
for   misfeasance,   malfeasance   or   nonfeasance   in   office   upon   written   charges   and  
after  public  hearing.  
 
C. Term.     The   Planning   Commission   shall   elect   a   Chairperson   and   Secretary   from   its  
members  and  create  and  fill  other  officers  as  it  deems  appropriate.    Officers  of  the  
Planning  Commission  existing  as  of  the  date  hereof  shall  continue  in  office  for  the  
remainder  of  their  term.    The  ex  officio  member  of  the  Planning  Commission  is  not  
eligible  to  serve  as  Chairperson,  and  the  term  of  each  officer  shall  be  one  (1)  year,  
and   said   person   shall   be   eligible   for   re-­‐‑election   to   said   office   unless   otherwise  
prohibited  by  the  Planning  Commission  Bylaws.  
 
SECTION  2.    BYLAWS,  RECORD  KEEPING  AND  ANNUAL  REPORT.  
 
  The   Planning   Commission   shall   adopt   Bylaws   relating   to   the   transaction   of   Planning  
Commission   business   and   proceedings,   and   shall   create   and   maintain   a   public   record   of   its  
resolutions,  transactions,  findings  and  determinations.    An  annual  report  shall  be  made  to  the  
Township   Board   concerning   its   proceedings,   operations,   activities   and   the   status   of   planning  
activities,   including   recommendations   regarding   potential   activities   by   the   Township   Board  
relating  to  planning  and  development.    Planning  Commission  records  shall  be  made  available  
pursuant  to  the  Michigan  Freedom  of  Information  Act  (MCL  15.231  et  seq).    Bylaws  previously  
adopted  by  the  Delhi  Charter  Township  Planning  Commission  shall  continue  in  full  force  and  
effect  until  amended  subsequent  hereto.  
 
SECTION  3.    MEETINGS.  
 
  The  Planning  Commission  by  Resolution  shall  determine  the  time  and  place  of  regular  
meetings   (not   less   than   four   (4)   meetings   annually)   to   be   held   throughout   the   year.     Special  
meetings   may   be   called   by   the   Chairperson   or   by   two   (2)   other   members,   unless   the   Bylaws  
direct   otherwise.     Requests   for   a   special   meeting   shall   be   made   in   writing   to   the   Planning  
Commission  Secretary  and,  unless  the  Bylaws  provide  otherwise,  written  notice  of  the  special  
meeting  shall  be  sent  by  the  Secretary  to  Planning  Commission  members  by  first  class  mail,  or  
personally   left   at   the   members’   home   address   not   less   than   forty-­‐‑eight   (48)   hours   before   the  
meeting  date  and  time.    Further,  all  business  of  the  Planning  Commission  shall  be  conducted  at  
a  public  meet,  subject  to  the  requirements  of  the  Michigan  Open  Meetings  Act  (MCL  15.261  et  
seq).     Public   notice   of   regular   and   special   Planning   Commission   meetings   shall   be   given   as  
provided  in  that  Act.  
 

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SECTION  4.    COMPENSATION;  EXPENSE  REIMBURSEMENT.  
 
  Compensation  paid  to  Planning  Commission  members  shall  be  pursuant  to  a  Resolution  
adopted   from   time   to   time   by   the   Township   Board.     Reimbursable   expenses   to   Planning  
Commission   members   shall   be   as   provided   by   the   policy   of  the  municipality  relating  to  such  
reimbursement  to  other  municipal  officials  and  staff,  if  any.  
 
SECTION  5.    DUTIES.  
 
  The  Planning  Commission  shall  perform  the  duties  and  functions  required  and  allowed  
by   the   Michigan   Planning   Enabling   Act   and   the   Michigan   Zoning   Enabling   Act,   including  
adoption  of  and  amendments  to  a  master  plan  as  defined  by  Section  3  of  the  Planning  Enabling  
Act  (MCL  125.3803);  conducting  public  meetings,  making  recommendations  and  taking  actions  
required  in  connection  with  zoning  proceedings  pursuant  to  the  Michigan  Zoning  Enabling  Act  
and   the   Township   Zoning   Ordinance;   approving   construction,   location   of   streets,   squares,  
parks,   playgrounds,   public   ways,   grounds,   open   space,   public   buildings   or   structures   within  
the   municipality   in   accordance   with   the   procedures   specified   in   the   Planning   Enabling   Act,  
Section  63  (MCL  135.3863);  unless  exempted  by  the  Township  Board,  the  Planning  Commission  
shall  prepare  and  amend  a  capital  improvement  program  related  to  public  improvements  and  
structures.    The  capital  improvement  program  shall  be  prepared  showing  the  items  required  by  
Section   65   of   the   Planning   Enabling   Act   (MCL   125.3865)   and   subject   to   its   exemptions;   the  
Planning   Commission   shall   also   review   and   make   recommendations   concerning   proposed  
plats   within   the   Township.     The   Planning   Commission   may   also   make   recommendations  
concerning   land   division   rules,   if   said   function   has   been   reserved   to   another   agency   by  
Ordinance.  
 
SECTION  6.    GIFTS  AND  DONATIONS.  
 
Gifts   and   donations   for   furtherance   of   or   in   connection   with   the   work   activities   and  
function  of  the  Planning  Commission  shall  be  made  to  the  Township  for  said  purpose.    Such  a  
gift  or  donation  may  be  accepted  or  refused,  in  the  discretion  of  the  Township  Board.    A  gift  of  
money   which   is   so   accepted  by  the  municipality  shall  be  deposited  with  the  Treasurer  of  the  
municipality   in   a   special   non-­‐‑reverting   Planning   Commission   fund   for   expenditures   by   the  
Planning  Commission  for  the  purpose  designated  by  the  donor.    The  municipal  Treasurer  shall  
draw  a  warrant  against  the  special  non-­‐‑reverting  fund  only  upon  receipt  of  a  voucher  signed  
by   the   Chairperson   and   Secretary   of  the  Planning  Commission  and  an  order  drawn  by  the  C  
Clerk  of  the  Township  for  that  purpose.    Expenditures  of  the  Planning  Commission  exclusive  
of   gifts   and   grants   shall   be   within   the   amounts   appropriated   by   the   Township   Board   for   the  
performance  of  the  Planning  Commission’s  functions.  
 

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SECTION  7.      SEVERABILITY.      
 
The   various   parts,   sentences,   paragraphs,   sections,   and   clauses   of   this   Ordinance   are  
hereby   declared   to   be   severable.     If   any   part,   sentence,   paragraph,   section,   or   clause   of   this  
Ordinance   is   adjudged   unconstitutional   or   invalid   by   a   court   or   administrative   agency   of  
competent  jurisdiction,  the  unconstitutionality  or  invalidity  shall  not  affect  the  constitutionality  
or  validity  of  any  remaining  provisions  of  this  Ordinance.    
 
SECTION  8.    REPEALER.      
 
Any   ordinances   or   parts   thereof   in   conflict   with   the   provisions   of   this   Ordinance   are  
hereby  repealed  to  the  extent  of  such  conflict.  
 
 
SECTION  9.    EFFECTIVE  DATE.      
 
This   Ordinance   shall   become   effective   immediately   after   adoption   and   publication   as  
required  by  law.  
 
 
 
    First  Reading:         _________________________  
    First  Publication:       _________________________  
    Second  Reading:       _________________________  
    Second  Publication  (Posting):     _________________________  
    Effective  Date:         _________________________  
 
              _________________________  
              Stuart  Goodrich,  Supervisor  
 
 
              _________________________  
              Evan  Hope,  Clerk  
 
 
  I,  Evan  Hope,  Clerk  of  the  Charter  Township  of  Delhi,  hereby  certify  that  the  foregoing  
constitutes   a   true   and   complete   copy   of   Ordinance   No.   ____,   duly   adopted   by   the   Board   of  
Trustees   of   the   Charter   Township   of   Delhi,   Ingham   County,   Michigan,   on   the   ____   day   of  
_______________,  2011,  and  that  the  same  was  posted  and  published  as  required  by  law  on  the  
____  day  of  _______________,  2011.  
 
              ___________________________________  
              Evan  Hope,  Clerk  

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DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP

MEMORANDUM

TO: Delhi Township Board Members

FROM: John B. Elsinga, Township Manager

DATE: June 1, 2011

RE: Resolution No. 2011-012 - Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund


Development Project Agreement – Valhalla Park Restroom/Pavilion
Project

Enclosed for your review and approval is Resolution No. 2011-012 which would approve
the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund Development Project Agreement for the
Valhalla Park Restroom/Pavilion Project. This Agreement is the final step in securing
the matching grant funds the Township was awarded in conjunction with the Valhalla
Park Restroom/Pavilion Project.

At the January 19, 2010 Committee of the Whole meeting Mark Jenks, Director of Parks
and Recreation, spoke to the Board regarding the 2010-2015 Recreation Master Plan
along with the thought of applying for a grant to assist with one of the Master Plan
projects of improving the Valhalla Park Restroom Facility and Pavilion.

To that end, Landscape Architects and Planners LLC worked with the Parks and
Recreation Department to complete this application. A public hearing was held on
March 16, 2010 to hear any comments regarding submittal of the application and the
application was then submitted for consideration to the Michigan Department of Natural
Resources.

Earlier this year staff received confirmation from the Department of Natural Resources
that the Project had been selected to receive a 75/25 matching Trust Fund Grant. The
total project cost is estimated at $377,400 of which the grant would be for $283,100,
with a 25% local match requirement of $94,300, and would aid in improving the 30 year
old restroom, including making it ADA compliant, along with the addition of a connecting
pavilion area. Funds are available in the General Fund Budget which reflects both the
revenues and expenditures for this project.

Therefore, I recommend the Board approve the Agreement securing the matching grant
funds the Township was awarded in conjunction with the Valhalla Park
Restroom/Pavilion Project.

Recommended Motion:

To adopt Resolution No. 2011-012 approving the Michigan Natural


Resources Trust Fund Development Project Agreement for the
Valhalla Park Restroom/Pavilion Project.
DELHI CHARTER TOWNSHIP

RESOLUTION NO. 2011-012

RESOLUTION TO APPROVE THE MICHIGAN NATURAL RESOURCES


TRUST FUND DEVELOPMENT PROJECT AGREEMENT FOR THE
VALHALLA PARK RESTROOM/PAVILION PROJECT

At a regular meeting of the Delhi Charter Township Board of Trustees of


the Charter Township of Delhi, Ingham County, Michigan, held at the Community
Services Center, 2074 Aurelius Road, Holt, Michigan 48842 on the 7th day of
June, 2011, at 7:30 p.m.

PRESENT:

ABSENT:

The following Resolution was offered by _______.

WHEREAS, the Charter Township of Delhi, Michigan, does hereby accept


the terms of the Agreement as received from the Michigan Department of Natural
Resources (DEPARTMENT), and that the Charter Township of Delhi does
hereby specifically agree, but not by way of limitation, as follows:

1. To appropriate all funds necessary to complete the project


during the project period and to provide ninety-four thousand
($94,300) dollars to match the grant authorized by the
DEPARTMENT.

2. To maintain satisfactory financial accounts, documents, and


records to make them available to the DEPARTMENT for
auditing at reasonable times.

3. To construct the project and provide such funds, services, and


materials as may be necessary to satisfy the terms of said
Agreement.

4. To regulate the use of the facility constructed and reserved


under this Agreement to assure the use thereof by the public on
equal and reasonable terms.

5. To comply with any and all terms of said Agreement including


all terms not specifically set forth in the foregoing portions of this
Resolution.

AYES:
NAYS:
ABSENT:

The foregoing Resolution declared adopted on the date written above.

_____________________________
Evan Hope, Township Clerk

STATE OF MICHIGAN)
) ss
COUNTY OF INGHAM)

I, the undersigned, the duly qualified Clerk of the Charter Township of


Delhi, Ingham County, Michigan, DO HEREBY CERTIFY, that the foregoing is a
true and complete copy of the proceedings taken by the Township board at a
regular meeting held on the 7th day of June, 2011.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto affixed my official signature the


____ day of June 2011.

_____________________________
Evan Hope, Township Clerk
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