City Council July 22 Regular Meeting Agenda
REGULAR MEETING OF THE COUNCIL OF THE CITY OF SOUTHFIELD TO BE HELD AT 6:00 P.M., LOCAL TIME, IN THE COUNCIL CONFERENCE ROOM AND 7:30 P.M., LOCAL TIME, IN THE COUNCIL CHAMBERS OF THE MUNICIPAL BUILDING, 26000 EVERGREEN ROAD, SOUTHFIELD, MICHIGAN, ON MONDAY, JULY 22, 2019, PURSUANT TO SECTION 4.3 OF THE CITY CHARTER.
(Presentation and discussion of each study item will be limited to ten minutes)
1. Approval of Cost Increase for the Southbound Northwestern Highway Service Drive Resurfacing from Evergreen Road to 9 Mile Road and Construction of Non-Motorized Path along Southbound Northwestern Highway Service Drive from Civic Center Drive to 10 Mile Road (Job No. 1943SFLD and 1945SFLD) (MDOT Job No. 203636CON, 204961CON)
2. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Oakland County Gang and Violent Crime Safe Streets Task Force Memorandum of Understanding
3. Brownfield Redevelopment Plan for Former McKinley School - 18330 George Washington
MOVE TO COUNCIL CHAMBERS
PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE
A. Regular Meeting Minutes of June 24, 2019
B. Committee-of-the-Whole Meeting Minutes of July 8, 2019
C. Special Meeting Minutes of July 11, 2019
A. Approval of Cost Increase for the Southbound Northwestern Highway Service Drive Resurfacing from Evergreen Road to 9 Mile Road and Construction of Non-Motorized Path along Southbound Northwestern Highway Service Drive from Civic Center Drive to 10 Mile Road (Job No. 1943SFLD and 1945SFLD) (MDOT Job No. 203636CON, 204961CON)
B. Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Oakland County Gang and Violent Crime Safe Streets Task Force Memorandum of Understanding
C. Brownfield Redevelopment Plan for Former McKinley School – 18330 George Washington
A. PSLU19-0004 Special Use Request of Lochmoor HOA to amend their Plan, Bylaws and Master Deed to require minimum standards as defined by the Association, properties located within the Lochmoor Development, 24633, 24634, 24637, 24638, 24639, 24644, 24647, 24648, 24652, 24653, 24654, 24658, 24659, 24667, 24669, 24671, 24673, 24677, 24679, 24681, 24683, 24689, 24690, 24693, 24697, 24703, 24707, 24709, 24712, 24714, 24718, 24722, 24726, 24728 Pembrooke Drive, Sidwell parcels 2428-128-001 thru -034, Lots 1-34 of Oakland County Condominium Plan No. 1701 Lochmoor, on the south side of W Ten Mile Road between Lahser and Bergs Roads, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
Public Hearing previously held.
B. PSLU19-0003, Special Use Request of Integrity Building Group on behalf of the owner, Mar Thoma Church, to allow for the expansion the existing parking lots onto Single Family Residential property related to the construction of an addition to the church, properties located at 24480 and 24518 Lahser Road, Sidwell Parcel 2427-101-011 & -012, on the east side of Lahser Road between W Ten Mile Road and McClung, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan.
C. PSLU19-0005, Special Use Request of Michael Eisemann, 21348 Telegraph LLC, to use an existing building for general or professional office use not related to an industrial or manufacturing operation, property located at 21348 Telegraph Road, Sidwell Parcel 2433-301-069, Part of Lots 9 & 10 Supervisor’s Plat No 11, on the east side of Telegraph Road between W Eight Mile Road and Norcrest, City of Southfield, Oakland County, State of Michigan
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CLERK, TREASURER, PLANNER, ASSESSOR, ENGINEER
A. Enact Ordinance No. 1705, Amendment to Animal Control Ordinance
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