AGENDA: April 10, 2017
CITY OF KENTWOOD
COMMISSION MEETING


1. Call meeting to order at 7:00 P.M.

2. Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag (Brown).

3. Invocation by Mike Baynai, Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church.

4. Roll Call: Artz, Brown, Coughlin, DeMaagd, Haas and Mayor Kepley.

5. Approve agenda.

6. Acknowledge visitors and those wishing to speak to non-agenda items.

7. Consent agenda. (roll call vote)
    a. Receive and file minutes of the Committee of the Whole meetings held on March
        20 and March 21, 2017.

    b. Receive and file December 2016 General Revenue and Expenditure report.

    c. Receive and file minutes of the Parks and Recreation Commission meeting held
        on March 13, 2017.

    d. City Payables.

8. Approve minutes of the regular City Commission Meeting held on March 21, 2017
    as distributed. (voice vote)

9. Presentations and Proclamations.
    a. Review preliminary fiscal year 2017-2018 General Fund budget.

    b. Receive and file Fire Department 2016 Annual Report. (voice vote)

    c. Review Draft Form-Based Code.

10. Communications and Petitions.
      a. Adopt Kentwood Non-Motorized Facilities Plan drafted February 3, 2017. (voice
          vote)

      b. Authorize additional compensation to the Kent County Drain Commission for
          the Lake Eastbrook Drainage Study. (voice vote)

      c. Authorize construction agreement and escrow arrangement with Kentwood
          Public Schools to authorize relocation of sanitary sewer at Meadowlawn
          Elementary. (voice vote)

      d. Adopt Kent County Area Public Works Assistance and Mutual Aid Agreement.
          (voice vote)

11. Public Hearings.
      a. Hearthside Food Solutions LLC tax abatement application.
          i. Res. -17 to Establish an Industrial Development District for Hearthside Food
             Solutions, LLC located at 2975 Radcliff Ave. SE. (roll call vote)

          ii. Res. -17 to Approve an Application for an Industrial Facilities Exemption
              Certificate for Hearthside Food Solutions, LLC located at 2975 Radcliff Ave.
              SE. (roll call vote)

12. Report of Standing Committees.

13. Other Committees.

14. Bids.
      a. Authorize provision and installation of replacement chain link fencing at
          Veterans and Burgis Parks from Straight Line Fence, LLC. (voice vote)

      b. Authorize provision and installation of shredded bark for City properties from
          Brink Wood Products. (voice vote)

      c. Authorize purchase of one fire engine from The Zahnen Companies. (voice vote)

      d. Authorize purchase of portable extrication equipment and a thermal imaging
          camera from First Due Fire Supply Co. and 5 Alarm Fire & Safety Equipment.
          (voice vote)

      e. Authorize contract for construction engineering, inspection and testing with
          Moore & Bruggink, Inc. for inspection of sewer main improvements at
          Meadowlawn Elementary. (voice vote)

15. Resolutions.
      a. Res. -17 to Accept Newly Constructed Streets in Woodbury Center as Public
          City Streets. (roll call vote)

16. Ordinances.

17. Appointments and Resignations.
      a. Proposed appointment of candidate as Commissioner At Large to fulfill term
          ending November 2019. (voice vote)

18. Bills.

19. Comments of Commissioners and Mayor.

20. Adjournment.

                                                                                                       Becky L. Schultz
                                                                                                       Deputy City Clerk