AGENDA: November 13, 2017

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

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

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

4. Administer Oath of Office to Mayor Stephen Kepley, Treasurer Laurie Sheldon, 1st
    Ward Commissioner Emily Bridson, 2nd Ward Commissioner Tom McKelvey and
    At-large Commissioner Betsy Artz.

5. Roll Call: Artz, Bridson, Brown, Clanton, Coughlin, McKelvey and Mayor Kepley.

6. Approve agenda.

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

8. Consent agenda. (roll call vote)
    a. Receive and file minutes of the Committee of the Whole meeting held on October
        17, 2017.

    b. Approve City of Kentwood MIDC Compliance Plan.

    c. Res. -17 to approve submission of a request for funding for infrastructure
        projects through the Safe Routes to School program.

    d. Authorize contract amendment with Wightman & Associates Inc. for design and
        engineering services for median improvements in Breton Ave. near 44th Street.

    e. City Payables.

9. Approve minutes of the regular City Commission Meeting held on October 17, 2017
    as distributed. (voice vote)

10. Presentations and Proclamations.
      a. Administer Oath of Office to Firefighter Dean Krueger.

      b. Administer Oath of Office to Police Sergeant Tim Wierenga.

11. Communications and Petitions.

12. Public Hearings.
      a. Lacks Exterior Systems LLC Industrial Development District application.
          i. Res. – 17 to Establish an Industrial Development District for Lacks Exterior
             Systems, Inc. located at 4315 – 52nd St. SE. (roll call vote)

13. Report of Standing Committees.

14. Other Committees.

15. Bids.
      a. Authorize purchase of Goodyear tires for various fire vehicles from Best One
          Fleet Service of West Michigan, LLC. (voice vote)

      b. Approve purchase and installation of AV recording system from Coban
          Technologies, Inc. and data cabling services from Shareco Communications for
          Police interview rooms. (voice vote)

      c. Ratify purchase of Dell desktop computers from Direct Technology. (voice vote)

      d. Authorize contract with Pitsch Companies for restroom demolition at Old Farm
          Park. (voice vote)

16. Resolutions.

17. Ordinances.

18. Appointments and Resignations.
      a. Election of Mayor Pro-tem for 2018-2019.

19. Bills.

20. Comments of Commissioners and Mayor.

21. Adjournment.

                                                                                                       Becky L. Schultz
                                                                                                       Deputy City Clerk