AGENDA: September 19, 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 Rev. Mike Wernick, Holy Cross/Ascension Lutheran Church.

4. Roll Call: Artz, Brown, Clanton, 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 meeting held on
        September 5, 2017.
    b. Receive & file May 2017 General Revenue & Expenditure report.
    c. City Payables.

8. Approve minutes of the regular City Commission Meeting held on September 5,
    2017 as distributed. (voice vote)

9. Presentations and Proclamations.

10. Communications and Petitions.

11. Public Hearings.

      a. Approve submission of 2017 Byrne Grant application from the Bureau of
          Justice Assistance for purchase of a crossover utility patrol vehicle. (voice vote)

      b. Zoning Ordinance Text Amendments.
          i. Ord. -17 to Amend the City of Kentwood Zoning Ordinance pertaining to
             various portions of Sections 2, 3, 8, 10, 11,15 and 16. (roll call vote)

      c. Division Ave. Rezoning between Maplelawn St. and 60th St.
          i. Ord. -17 to rezone 129.52 acres of land from C-2 Commercial, C-5
             Commercial, andR1-D Single Family Residential to Form Based Code. (roll
             call vote)

12. Report of Standing Committees.

13. Other Committees.

14. Bids.

      a. Approve the purchase of three DataWorks Evolution mobile fingerprint id
          system units from DataWorks Plus. (voice vote)

      b. Authorize a contract with Waste Recovery Systems, Inc. for cleaning and lining
          32 sanitary sewer laterals and authorize an increase in the Sewer Fund Capital
          Outlay budget. (voice vote)

15. Resolutions.

16. Ordinances.

17. Appointments and Resignations.

18. Bills.

19. Comments of Commissioners and Mayor.

20. Adjournment.

                                                                                                     Becky L. Schultz
                                                                                                     Deputy City Clerk