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Regular Meeting Agenda 03/11/2019


1,868th Regular Meeting of the Council of the City of Livonia

Monday, March 11, 2019
 
7:00 p.m. - City Hall Auditorium
33000 Civic Center Drive
Livonia, Michigan
 
CALL TO ORDER:
INVOCATION:
ROLL CALL:
PRESENTATION OF MINUTES:
 
AUDIENCE COMMUNICATION 
REPORTS FROM THE MAYOR AND OTHER CITY OFFICIALS
 
CONSENT AGENDA
 
1. REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE NINETY (90) SETS OF HONEYWELL TURNOUT GEAR:  Livonia Fire & Rescue, re:  to replace sets of gear that have surpassed their usable life expectancy, at a cost of $2,013.00 per set, from budgeted funds.
 
2. REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE SCBA AIR FILLING STATION THROUGH THE HOUSTON GALVESTON AREA COUNCIL (HGAC-BUY):  Livonia Fire & Rescue, re:  to purchase one (1) Stallion Air Centaur All-In-One 3-position Breathing Air Compressor/Cascade System, from budgeted funds.  (CR 61-17)
 
3. REQUEST PERMISSION FROM WAYNE COUNTY TO CLOSE A PORTION OF FARMINGTON ROAD TO HOST LIVONIA’S ANNUAL MEMORIAL DAY CEREMONY:  Department of Parks & Recreation, re:  to close Farmington Road north and southbound from Five Mile Road to Roycroft, on Saturday, May 25, 2019, from 8:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
 
4. AWARD OF BID:  Department of Parks & Recreation, re:  for Leisure Pool renovations including removal of sundecking, install new decking, deck drain replacement, refinishing of pool floor, light fixture repairs, pool gutter replacement, and the addition of rope anchors at the Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center, from budgeted funds.  (CR 06-19)
 
5. AWARD OF BID:  Department of Parks & Recreation, re:  for maintenance work on the water slide bolts and paint for the Leisure Pool renovation at the Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center, from budgeted funds.  (CR 06-19)
 
6. AWARD OF BID:  Department of Parks & Recreation, re:  replacing the tile baseboard and window sill replacement for the Leisure Pool renovation at the Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center, from budgeted funds.  (CR 06-19)
 
7. AWARD OF BID:  Department of Parks & Recreation, re:  for the water feature and a new ADA lift installation for the Leisure Pool renovation at the Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center, from budgeted funds.  (CR 06-19)
 
8. AWARD OF CONTRACT AND PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE FOOTING DRAIN DISCONNECTION PROGRAM (FDDP):  Public Service Division, re:  to perform all necessary work to complete this project, from budgeted funds.
 
9. REQUEST TO EXTEND CONTRACT WITH ETNA SUPPLY COMPANY, THE SOLE SOURCE PROVIDER OF SENSUS METERS IN MICHIGAN:  Public Service Division, re:  for water meters and supplies in an amount not to exceed $1,500,000.00 annually, for a two-year extension.  (CR 90-16)
 
10. AWARD OF BID: Public Service Division, re:  for replacement and installation of a new irrigation system at designated areas within the Civic Center Complex, from budgeted funds.
 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
 
11. REQUEST TO WAIVE THE CITY’S NOISE ORDINANCE:  Frank Grisa, O’Malley’s Supper Spirits & Song, re:  to allow their St. Patrick’s Day celebration on Sunday, March 17, 2019 until midnight at 15231 Farmington Road.
 
12. ROLL CALL:  Proposed amendment to the Livonia Code of Ordinances (Vacating), as amended, Department of Law, re:  Petition 2016-03-03-01 submitted by Grand River Charter Development, Ltd, to vacate an existing storm water utility easement, located on the south side of Eight Mile Road between Inkster and Angling Roads (28153 Eight Mile Road), in the Northeast ¼ of Section 1.  (CR 277-16)
First read given by Councilmember Brian Meakin on August 8, 2016.
 
13. ROLL CALL:  Department of Law, re:  Petition 2018-12-03-02 submitted by Trinity Health Senior Communities, request to vacate the existing water main easement 1A within the Marycrest Senior Housing and Healthcare Campus located on the west side of Middlebelt Road between Five Mile Road and Puritan Avenue (15475 Middlebelt Road) in the Southeast ¼ of Section 14.
First read given by Councilmember Brian Meakin on February 25, 2019.
 
14. ROLL CALL:  Department of Law, re:  Petition 2018-12-03-03 submitted by Trinity Health Senior Communities, request to vacate the existing water main easement 1B within the Marycrest Senior Housing and Healthcare Campus located on the west side of Middlebelt Road between Five Mile Road and Puritan Avenue (15475 Middlebelt Road) in the Southeast ¼ of Section 14.
First read given by Councilmember Brandon Kritzman on February 25, 2019.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
 
15. ROLL CALL:  Department of Law, re:  Petition 2018-12-03-04 submitted by Trinity Health Senior Communities, request to vacate the existing water main easement 2A within the Marycrest Senior Housing and Healthcare Campus located on the west side of Middlebelt Road between Five Mile Road and Puritan Avenue (15495 Middlebelt Road) in the Southeast ¼ of Section 14.
First read given by Councilmember Kathleen McIntyre on February 25, 2019.
 
16. ROLL CALL:  Department of Law, re:  Petition 2018-12-03-05 submitted by Trinity Health Senior Communities, request to vacate the existing water main easement 2B within the Marycrest Senior Housing and Healthcare Campus located on the west side of Middlebelt Road between Five Mile Road and Puritan Avenue (15495 Middlebelt Road) in the Southeast ¼ of Section 14.
First read given by Councilmember Cathy White on February 25, 2019.
 
17. ROLL CALL:  Proposed amendment to Livonia Code of Ordinances, as amended, Department of Law, re:  to amend Subsection 040 of Section 60 (Housing Commission) of Chapter 02 of Title 2 of the Livonia Code of Ordinances.
First read given by Council Vice President Jim Jolly on February 25, 2019.
 
18. SITE PLAN PETITION:  Planning Commission, re:  Petition 2018-12-08-09 submitted by MIU Holdings, L.L.C. requesting to appeal Condition #5 by the City Planning Commission to substitute a greenbelt and plantings in lieu of the required masonry screen wall, along the north and west sides of the property, as well as seeking site plan approval, located on the north side of Five Mile Road between Hubbard and Farmington Roads (33014 Five Mile Road) in the Southwest ¼ of Section 15.
Public Hearing held on Monday, March 4, 2019.
 
NEW BUSINESS
 
19. ACCEPTANCE OF DONATIONS:  Department of Parks & Recreation, re:  of cash and gifts from various contributors to be used for the purposes as designated by donors.
 
20. ACCEPTANCE OF GRANT OF EASEMENT:  Department of Law, re:  secured without monetary consideration from Smith-Watkins Investment, LLC, for a twelve-foot (12’) wide public utility easement in connection with the development of new storm sewer constructed at 31500 Pamco Drive in the Northeast ¼ of Section 27.  Parcel ID No. 46-105-99-0038-002
 
AUDIENCE COMMUNICATION
 
DATED:  February 27, 2019
SUSAN M. NASH, CITY CLERK
 
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