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CITY COUNCIL AGENDA
CITY OF NOVI
Regular City Council Meeting
Monday, February 22, 2010  |  7 P.M.
Council Chambers | Novi Civic Center | 45175 W. Ten Mile Road
(248) 347-0460 

 

CALL TO ORDER  

PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL:            Mayor Landry, Mayor Pro Tem Gatt, Council Members Crawford, Fischer, Margolis, Mutch, Staudt

APPROVAL OF AGENDA

INTERVIEWS FOR BOARDS AND COMMISSIONS

1.  Christopher Berry – Library Board
2.  Lynne Boyle – Library Board
3.  Jeffrey Gedeon – Library Board; Zoning Board of Appeals
4.  Barbara Greenberg – Beautification Com
6.  Mark Sturing – Library Board
7.  Ramesh Verma – Library Board
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PUBLIC HEARING

1.  Possible vacation of the City’s interests in a portion of roadway located in Chapman Walled Lake  Subdivision, Pratt  Subdivision,  and  Walled  Lake  Road  Shores Subdivision, and to vacate  certain  other  unplatted  roads,  all  in  the  area  of  the  City-owned  property in the "Landings" area near Old Novi Road and Thirteen Mile Road in the City of Novi.
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PRESENTATIONS

REPORTS:

1.   MANAGER/STAFF

2.   ATTORNEY

AUDIENCE COMMENT – In order to hear all citizen comments at a reasonable hour, the City Council requests that speakers respect the three-minute time limit for individual comments and the five-minute time limit for an individual speaking on behalf of a group.

CONSENT AGENDA REMOVALS AND APPROVALS (See items A-M) All items listed under Consent Agenda are considered routine by the City Council and will be enacted by one motion.  There will be no separate discussion of these items unless a Council Member so requests, in which event the item will be removed from the Consent Agenda and considered at the end of the normal Agenda. 

MATTERS FOR COUNCIL ACTION – Part I

1. Consideration of City Code Amendment 09-125.22, to amend City of Novi City Code at Article V, “Wetlands and Watercourse Protection” of Chapter 12, “Drainage and Flood Damage Prevention”, and adopt the updated Regulated Wetland and Watercourse Map.  First Reading
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2. Approval of Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment 18.238, to amend Ordinance No. 97-18 as amended, the City of Novi Zoning Ordinance, at Article 15, B-3, General Business District, Section 1502, Principal Permitted Uses Permitted Subject to Special Conditions, at Article 25, General Provisions, Section 2505, Off-street Parking Requirements, and at Section 2506, Off-street Stacking Space, Layout Standards, Construction and Maintenance in order to include drive-through uses in the B-3 District and clarify the requirements for fast food parking standards and stacking space requirements.  Second Reading 
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3. Consideration of City-initiated Zoning Map Amendment 18.693 for “The Landings” property to rezone land in Sections 2 and 3, located north of Old Novi Road and Thirteen Mile Road, east of South Lake Drive and on both the west and east sides of East Lake Drive, from B-3, General Business District to R-4, One-Family Residential District.  The subject property totals approximately 13 acres.
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4. Approval of Zoning Ordinance Text Amendment 18.239, to amend Ordinance No. 97-18, as amended, the City of Novi Zoning Ordinance at Article 2, “Construction of Language and Definitions, Zoning Districts Map, Section 201, “Definitions,” to amend the definition of gasoline service stations to specify permitted accessory uses with a limited prohibition on the sale of alcohol and Article 25, “General Provisions,” Section 2505, “Off-Street Parking Requirements” to revise the parking requirements for self-service gas stations.  Second Reading 
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5. Consideration to create a Short-Term Alcohol Allowance Policy for specific events at the Civic Center. 
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AUDIENCE COMMENT – In order to hear all citizen comments at a reasonable hour, the City Council requests that speakers respect the three-minute time limit for individual comments and the five-minute time limit for an individual speaking on behalf of a group.

BREAK

MATTERS FOR COUNCIL ACTION – Part II

COMMITTEE REPORTS

 MAYOR AND COUNCIL ISSUES

CONSENT AGENDA REMOVALS FOR COUNCIL ACTION:  Consent Agenda items which have been removed for discussion and/or action.

COMMUNICATIONS: 

CONSENT AGENDA:  Background information for Consent Agenda items is available for review at the City Clerk’s Office. 

A. Approve Minutes of:

    1.    February 8, 2010 – Regular meeting
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B. Approval of Final Payment to DIII, Inc., for the Police Department Roof Replacement, in the amount of $126,470. 
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C. Approval of a Completion Agreement for SP04-56 Stoneridge Office Park with a waiver to allow reduction of the required financial guarantee by $675 to a total of $274,224. 
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D. Approval to award the contract for office supplies to Global Office Solutions, through the Wayne County Schools Purchasing Council (WCSPC) cooperative purchasing program, for one (1) year with two (2) renewal options in one (1) year increments for the estimated annual amount of $58,000. 
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E. Approval of the Final Balancing Change Order and Final Payment to Koala-T Construction, for the 2008 Pathways project in the amount of $8,171.29.
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F. Acceptance of a warranty deed from Flagstar Bank, FSB for the dedication of 60 feet of right-of-way along Novi Road and Ten Mile Road for the Flagstar Bank site, located at 24235 Novi Road (parcel 22-22-400-014) and approval to execute a Quit Claim Deed conveying the dedicated 60 foot right-of-way to Oakland County.
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G. Approval of the Final Balancing Change Order and Final Payment to A & M Construction, for the Meadowbrook Commons Detention Pond Excavation project in the amount of $15,796.76.
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H. Approval to award an amendment to the engineering services contract for additional construction phase services to Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc related to the Meadowbrook Commons Detention Basin Excavation project in the amount of $1,234.
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I. Approval to award a one year renewal option of the Municipal Parking Lot Striping contract with Hart Pavement Striping Corporation, based on the terms, conditions and pricing of the existing contract for an estimated annual cost of $9,420 and an effective date of May 18, 2010.
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J. Approval to award a one year renewal option of the Replacement of Raised Pavement Markers contract with P.K. Contracting, Inc. based on the terms, conditions and pricing of the existing contract for an estimated annual cost of $10,595 and an effective date of May 18, 2010.
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K. Approval of the request of Schroeder and Holt Architects for a Section 9 façade waiver for the existing Kohl’s store located in the West Oaks Shopping Center, SP 10-04.  The applicant is proposing to redesign a portion of the existing front façade of the Kohl’s store and requires a waiver for an overage of EIFS.  The property is located at 43550 West Oaks Drive in the RC, Regional Center District. 
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L. Acceptance of a Conservation Easement from Brightmoor Christian Church, for the property located on the north side of Thirteen Mile Road, west of M-5.  The easement contains 2.9 acres. 
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M. Approval of Claims and Accounts – Warrant No. 813
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AUDIENCE COMMENT – In order to hear all citizen comments at a reasonable hour, the City Council requests that speakers respect the three-minute time limit for individual comments and the five-minute time limit for an individual speaking on behalf of a group.

ADJOURNMENT

SCHEDULED MEETINGS - All Regular Council meetings are held in the Council Chambers unless otherwise noted. 

February

24 – Planning Commission - Council Chambers – 7:00 p.m.

March

  8 – City Council - Council Chambers – 7:00 p.m.

10 – Planning Commission - Council Chambers – 7:00 p.m.

11 – Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services Commission - Council Chambers – 7:00 p.m.

16 – Zoning Board of Appeals - Council Chambers – 7:00 p.m.

22 – City Council - Council Chambers – 7:00 p.m.

24 – Planning Commission - Council Chambers – 7:00 p.m.

 

NOTICE:  People with disabilities needing accommodations for effective participation in this meeting should contact the City Clerk (248) 347-0456 at least two working days in advance of the meeting.  An attempt will be made to make reasonable accommodations.

 

We kindly request that you turn off all cell phones while in the Council Chambers.  Thank you.

 

 

 

 

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