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SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 10, 2013



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July 03, 2013 - CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON

Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall

375 Depot Road

CLARKSTON MI 48346

SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 10, 2013

Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.

Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis to approve the agenda as presented.

Motion Carried.

Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.

Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to amend the motion and remove the HRC invoices 7. c. ii. for discussion.

Motion Carried.

Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the HRC invoices.

Motion Carried.

Resolved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the engagement letter from Post, Smythe, Lutz and Liel for the amount of $10,500 for fiscal year 2013 and accept proposal for year 2014 and 2015 for $10,500 for each year.

Resolution Approved.

Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth that the council amend its recommendation for the last meeting from Chapter 31 of the code of ordinances to provide that the Planning Commission take action only by majority vote of the five commission members, requiring a vote of three members regardless of the number of members attending a meeting.

Motion Carried.

Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the Ordinance Committee's comments to Chapter 50 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.

Motion Carried.

Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the Ordinance Committee's comments to Chapter 51 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp. changing the violations fines from $100 to $500.

Motion Carried.

Resolved by Sabol, supported by Bisio that as of June 3, 2013 first we rescind the resolution from the minutes of December 4, 2004 regarding calls and city business and that as of now calls regarding City business to any of our professional consultants, Planner, and Engineer, should be made only by the City Manager, department heads, or as appropriate and at the City Manager's discretion, the delegate or designate of the City Manager.

Additionally, in an emergency situation in which the City Manager is unavailable, the Mayor may make contacts as needed under the circumstances. The Mayor may also, under these conditions, designate or delegate as necessary. In this case the Mayor will inform the City Council of the emergency situation and contacts being made. The City Manager is deemed unavailable because of disability or other reasons and there is immediate need for someone to perform duties that the City Manager would otherwise perform.

In all cases, whether an appointment by the City Manager or an emergency situation, the City Manager will be included on all written communications and informed, in writing, of any other contacts.

Resolution Approved.

Moved by Bisio, supported by Hunter to postpone consideration of the FOIA fees until the next council meeting.

Motion Carried.

Resolved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve the proposed Assessing Contract.

Resolution Approved.

Resolved by Hargis, supported by Roth that effective June 10, 2013 the department head of the DPW be replaced with the new structure where the City Manager is now the department head of the DPW and that one of the two employees be designated as a work foreman and the salary structure be changed accordingly also the structure of the department and number of employees to be at the discretion of the City Manager

Resolution Approved.

Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 9:00 p.m.

Motion Carried.

Respectfully Submitted,

Kelly Richter

City Clerk

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