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Saturday, February 11, 2017

Agenda for City Commission Meeting Of February 14th 2017 Valentines Day.

CITY OF BLOOMFIELD HILLS City Commission Agenda February 14, 2017
The regular meeting of the City Commission will be held at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, February 14, 2017 at City Hall 45 E. Long Lake Road Bloomfield Hills, MI 48304. Phone 248.644.1520
  1. Call to order and Pledge of Allegiance.
  2. Consent Agenda
A. B.
Bills Payable for January 2017 Department Reports:
  1. Finance Director / Treasurer
  2. Public Safety
  3. Engineering
  4. Building
C. Minutes:
  1. City Commission Regular Meeting held January 10, 2017.
  2. Memo from Interim City Manager Hendrickson: City Goals
  1. Recognition of Citizens in the audience.
  2. The commission will consider extending the current contract for the 2015 and 2016 Road Improvement Program to include the 2017 Road Improvement Program.
  3. The commission will discuss the road asset management plan as presented by Hubbell, Roth & Clark.
  4. The commission will hear an update and consider adoption of a resolution regarding the Oak Knob Drain special assessment district.
  5. The commission will consider the request of Fibertech Networks to locate wireless communications equipment atop DTE utility poles at multiple sites. (501 Lone Pine, 19 Merrimac, 1100 Vaughan) The proposed sites are in the public road right - of - way. 
  1. The commission will consider the zoning ordinance amendment to Section 24- 244 regarding construction site parking.
  2. The commission will consider the Request for Proposals for planning services.
  3. The commission will adopt the 2017 Poverty Exemption Guidelines and Application as presented by Secrest Wardle.
  4. The commission will discuss the possibility for safety paths along the southeast side of Woodward Avenue.
  5. The commission will hear City Manager comments.
  6. The commission will discuss lead responsibilities.
  7. The commission will consider other business.
Respectfully Submitted, Amy L. Burton, City Clerk 

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