AGENDA: July 31, 2017

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

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

3. Invocation by Rev. John Geaney, Faith Baptist Church.

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

    Excuse Commissioner Clanton with prior notification.

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 meeting held on July 18,

    b. Approve a one year contract with possible extensions with Avertest, LLC for drug
        and alcohol testing services and Total Court Services for remote testing and
        monitoring services.

    c. Res. -17 Resolution of Support to participate in the MEDC Redevelopment Ready
        Communities program.

    d. City Payables.

8. Approve minutes of the regular City Commission Meeting held on July 18, 2017 as
    distributed. (voice vote)

9. Presentations and Proclamations.

10. Communications and Petitions.

11. Public Hearings.
      a. Bretonfield Preserve Major Change to PUD and Preliminary Plat approval.

          i. Conditional approval of the amended PUD Site Plan dated June 29, 2017 and
             changes to the Planned Unit Development Agreement as described in Case
             21-17 Bretonfield Preserve, 2683 & 2685 60th Street. (voice vote)

          ii. Conditional tentative approval of the preliminary plats dated June 29, 2017
              for Phase 1 & 2 of Bretonfield Preserve, 2683 & 2685 60th Street as
              described in Case 22-17. (voice vote)

12. Report of Standing Committees.

13. Other Committees.

14. Bids.
      a. Authorize continued agreement with LIFE Therapeutic Solutions, Inc. for
          recreational therapist services. (voice vote)

      b. Approve selection of Macatawa Bank as the City’s main depository and
          banking services provider, and authorize actions needed to transition the City’s
          bank accounts and activities to Macatawa Bank. (voice vote)

15. Resolutions.
      a. Res. -17 to designate authorized depositories for the City of Kentwood. (roll call

16. Ordinances.

17. Appointments and Resignations.
      a. Confirm appointment of Ronald Covington to the Historic Preservation
          Commission with a term ending January 2018. (voice vote)

      b. Confirm appointment of Olivia Jenison Bailey to the Parks and Recreation
          Commission with a term ending January 2020. (voice vote)

18. Bills.

19. Comments of Commissioners and Mayor.

20. Adjournment.

                                                                                                      Becky L. Schultz
                                                                                                       Deputy City Clerk