City Council March 2 Regular Meeting Agenda
City of Southfield
Regular Meeting (conducted as a Committee-of-the-Whole Meeting)
Agenda of the City Council
March 2, 2020
26000 Evergreen Road
Southfield, Michigan 48076
Regular Meeting (conducted as a Committee-of-the-Whole Meeting) begins at 6:00 p.m., in the Council Conference Room.
FOLLOWING ITEMS WILL BE DISCUSSED:
- Implementation of a Penalty for any Non-Residential Delinquent submission of a Property Transfer Affidavit (PTA) following the 45-day limitation described in the General Property Tax Act, 211.27b and 211.27c.
- Request from Brian’s Foods LLC at 21444 Bridge Street for Personal Property Tax Exemption under P.A. 328
- Preliminary Discussion Regarding Southfield Road Deed Restriction Amendment
- Discussion Regarding Change in Scope of Plan for 27050 W. Twelve Mile Road
- Presentation and Discussion Regarding Proposed Special Land Use and Site Plan Review Request for 28481 Telegraph Road – Medical Marihuana Provisioning Center
- Presentation and Discussion Regarding Proposed Special Land Use and Site Plan Review Request for 28930 Telegraph Road – Medical Marihuana Provisioning Center
- Planning Department Budget Amendment Request
- Facility Maintenance Budget Amendment Request
- Playing Sports in the Streets Ordinance
- Zoning Text Amendment to the Medical Marihuana Zoning Ordinance
- Discussion regarding Council Rules and Procedures
The Southfield City Council has established the following Rules of Procedure for all speakers:
- No speaker may make personal or impertinent attacks upon any officer, employee, or City Council member or other Elected Official, that is unrelated to the manner in which the officer, employee, or City Council member or other Elected Official, performs his or her duties.
- No person shall use abusive or threatening language toward any individual when addressing the City Council. Any person who violates this section shall be directed by the presiding officer to be orderly and silent. If a person addressing the Council refuses to become silent when so directed, such person may be deemed by the presiding officer to have committed a “breach of the peace” by disrupting and impeding the orderly conduct of the public meeting of the City Council and may be ordered by the presiding officer to leave the meeting. If the person refuses to leave as directed, the presiding officer may direct any law enforcement officer who is present to escort the violator from the meeting.
AND OTHER ITEMS COUNCIL DEEMS NECESSARY
Sherikia L. Hawkins, MMC
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