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WAYNE COUNTY COMMISSION

I.
CALL TO ORDER AND ROLL CALL GARY WORONCHAK, Chairman Pamela Lane, Acting Clerk of the Commission

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Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

GLENN S. ANDERSON AL HAIDOUS ILONA VARGA JOE BARONE TIM KILLEEN DIANE L. WEBB RAYMOND E. BASHAM TERRY MARECKI JEWEL C. WARE, Vice-Chair Pro Tempore IRMA CLARK-COLEMAN JOSEPH PALAMARA ALISHA R. BELL, Vice-Chair REGGIE REG DAVIS MARTHA G. SCOTT GARY WORONCHAK, Chairman

Il. PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE TO THE FLAG OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA

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III.
INVOCATION Introduction by Commissioner Basham Randy Armstrong, Senior Minister Trenton Church of Christ 2650 Grange Rd. Trenton, MI 48183

Tagged Passions:church

IV.
READING, CORRECTING AND APPROVAL OF THE JOURNAL Fourth Day Equalization Meeting, June 7, 2018

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V.
REPORT FROM THE CHAIRMAN

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VI.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS

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Tagged Passions:business

VII.
OFFERING OF ALL PETITIONS, ORDINANCES, RESOLUTIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 2

Tagged Passions:ordinance

VIII.
REFERRAL OF COMMUNICATIONS FROM GOVERNMENTAL OFFICIALS AND AGENCIES

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Tagged Passions:Communications and communications

To Committee on Public Safety, Judiciary and Homeland Security 6/6/2018

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Tagged Passions:public safety, Immigration, and security

1.
Dated May 17, 2018 (received May 30th) from Tadarial J. Sturdivant, Director, Department of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, forwarding the updated Wayne County Emergency Operations Plan. (2018-02-003)

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Tagged Passions:Immigration, emergency, and security

To Committee on Economic Development 6/6/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

2.
Dated March 1, 2018 (received April 6th) requesting Commission approval of a three-year subrecipient agreement, with a one-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and the City of Lincoln Park in the amount of 109,785 to provide payment assistance, counseling, housing rehabilitation and new construction to residents under the Wayne County HOME Consortium; the County Executive advises that in addition, Wayne County Community Development has coordinated links between homeless prevention efforts and transitional housing and support services providers to assist the residents that need them; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through June 30, 2021; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 250 69110 954290 (HOME projects). (2018-20-052)

To Committee on Economic Development 6/6/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

3.
Dated May 2, 2018 (received May 4th) from Bali Kumar, Executive Director, Wayne County Land Bank, forwarding an update regarding the sale of the McLouth Steel property and a recommendation on a 2018 Right of Refusal program, pursuant to Resolution No. 2017-634. (2018-21-048)

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Tagged Passions:property, program, and sale

To Committee on Economic Development 6/6/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

4.
Dated May 9, 2018 (received May 30th) from Alexandria Huff, AICP, Senior Planner, County of Oakland, forwarding the City of Northville Master Plan draft amendment (County Code Master Plan No. 18-04). (2018-69-044)

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To Committee on Economic Development 5/21/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

5.
Received May 14th from Christopher L. Southerland, Manager, Federal Aviation Administration Operations Support Group, AJV- C2, Air Traffic Organization, Central Service Center, forwarding the Notice of Availability: FAA Cleveland-Detroit Metroplex (CLE- DTW Metroplex) Final Environmental Assessment and Find of No Significant Impact/Record of Decision. (2018-69-042)

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Tagged Passions:manager, traffic, and environment

To Committee on Public Safety, Judiciary and Homeland Security 6/6/2018

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Tagged Passions:public safety, Immigration, and security

6.
A resolution by Commissioner Haidous to declare support for the Raise the Age bill package that was reintroduced in the Michigan House in 2017 and awaits a hearing before the House Law Justice Committee, ending the automatic prosecution of 17-year-olds as adults under Michigan law, and allow judges the discretion to hold consultation with prosecutors to prosecute 17- year-olds as adults for high crimes. (2018-66-026)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 3 To Committee on Government Operations 6/7/2018

Tagged Passions:hearing, legal, judge, and crime

7.
Dated April 20, 2018 (received May 2nd) requesting Commission approval of a Memorandum of Agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and AFSCME Council 25, Locals 25, 101, 409 and 1659, AFL-CIO to extend the term of the Collective Bargaining Agreement for one year; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47-005M5)

To Committee on Health and Human Services 6/7/2018

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, council, health, information technology, union, and Information Technology

8.
Dated March 22, 2018 (received April 14th) requesting Commission approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and CCMO-Center for Youth and Families (of Detroit) to increase funding in the amount of 19,132,041.20 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; CCMO will continue to subcontract with the Spectrum Child and Family Services (of Westland) for community-based independent living and substance abuse services, Spectrum Juvenile Justice Services (of Westland) for secure residential-chronic, sex offender, cognitively impaired and substance abuse treatment, Starr Commonwealth (of Albion) for non-secure sex offender and substance abuse treatment, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for secure and non-secure mental health and substance abuse services, Wolverine Human Services (of Vassar) for secure and non-secure mental health, sex offender, cognitively impaired and substance abuse treatment services, Holy Cross (of Clinton) for non-secure substance abuse treatment services, Detroit Behavioral Institute (of Detroit) for secure mental health, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for secure and non-secure mental health services and community-based day treatment, Ennis Center for Children (of Flint) for non-secure sex offender treatment foster care services and community-based services and Havenwyck (of Auburn Hills) for secure sex offender treatment; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 57,814,850.58 to 76,946,891.78; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117CM22)

Firm: CCMO-Center For Youth and Families Address: 3031 West Grand Blvd., Suite 370, Detroit, MI 48202 Contact: Alisha Lyte (313) 875-2092 To Committee on Health and Human Services 6/7/2018

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, health, contract, budget, development, mental health, family services, youth, program, funding, and Development

9.
Dated March 22, 2018 (received April 14th) requesting Commission approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Starr Vista, Inc. (of Detroit) to increase funding in the amount of 18,534,591.17 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; Starr Vista, Inc. will

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 4 continue to subcontract with Detroit Behavioral Institute Capstone Academy (of Detroit) for residential mental health, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for residential/respite services, Spectrum Human Services (of Westland) for residential services, Starr Commonwealth (of Albion) for residential/community-based services, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for residential/community-based services and Wolverine Human Services (of Grosse Pointe Park) for residential/community- based services; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 54,937,689.47 to 73,472,280.64; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117EM22)

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, parks, health, contract, budget, development, mental health, program, funding, and Development

Firm: Starr Vista, Inc. Address: 22390 W. Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48219 Contact: Michelle Rowser (313) 387-6000

To Committee on Health and Human Services 6/7/2018

Tagged Passions:services, health, and streets

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Dated March 22, 2018 (received April 14th) requesting Commission approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Growth Works, Inc. (of Plymouth) to increase funding in the amount of 21,259,792.61 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; Growth Works, Inc. will continue to subcontract with Amor Transportation (of Livonia) for transportation services, Crossroads for Youth (of Oxford) for residential services, Dr. Norman Alessi, M.D. (of Ann Arbor) for psychotherapy, Dawn Farms (of Ypsilanti) for residential substance abuse services, Detroit Behavioral Institute, Inc. (of Detroit) for residential mental health services, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for residential services, Ennis Center for Children, Inc. (of Flint) for residential services, God s Way Transportation (of Detroit) for transportation services, Judson Center (of Royal Oak) for residential services, Lakeside Academy (of Kalamazoo) for residential services, Orchards Children s Services (of Southfield) for Families First services, Rainbow Rehabilitation (of Farmington) for residential services, Randy Bizer, LMSW CSW (of Northville) for psychotherapy and counseling, Spectrum Community Services (of Westland) for residential services, Starr Commonwealth (of Albion) for residential services, The Guidance Center (of Southgate) for residential services, Havenwyck Hospital (of Auburn Hills) for residential mental health services, Highfields, Inc. (of Onondaga) for residential services, Holy Cross Children s Services (of Clinton) for residential services, Statewide Secure Transportation (of Livonia) for secure transportation services, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for residential services, Wedgewood Christian Services (of Grand Rapids) for residential services and Wolverine Human Services (of Grosse Pointe Park)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 5
Tagged Passions:transportation, services, boards and commissions, parks, health, contract, budget, mental health, youth, agriculture, hospital, growth, funding, and healthcare

for residential services; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 61,743,143.58 to 83,002,936.19; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117DM22)

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Tagged Passions:services, contract, development, program, and Development

Firm: Growth Works, Inc. Address: 271 South Main Street, Plymouth, MI 48170 Contact: Nick Griswold (734) 455-4095

To Committee on Health and Human Services 6/7/2018
Tagged Passions:services, health, streets, and growth

11.
Dated March 28, 2018 (received April 20th) requesting Commission approval of Contract Modification No. 3 to a software license, application hosting and services contract with one, two-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and eClinicalWorks (of Westborough, MA), with no change in the dollar amount, for the continuation of the routine operation and maintenance of the electronic medical record database; the total amount of the contract remains 572,896; the term of Modification No. 3 is from June 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018; the cost of the contract will continue to be charged to Account Nos. 221 60521 815000 (FQHC). (2013-37- 061AM3)

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Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, contract, license, information technology, and Information Technology

Firm: eClinicalWorks Address: 2 Technology Drive, Westborough, MA 01581 Contact: Michael Calderone (508) 836-2700

To Committee on Health and Human Services 6/7/2018
Tagged Passions:services, health, Technology, and technology

12.
Dated March 22, 2018 (received April 14th) requesting Commission approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Bridgeway Services, Inc. (of Southgate) to increase funding in the amount of 25,500,859.56 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; Bridgeway Services, Inc. will continue to subcontract with Detroit Behavioral Institute, Inc. (of Detroit) for residential services for youth, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for residential and community services for youth, The Guidance Center (of Southgate) for community and residential case management MST services, Havenwyck Hospital (of Auburn Hills) for residential services for youth, Highfields, Inc. (of Onondaga) for residential services for youth, Holy Cross Children s Services (of Clinton) for residential and community services for youth, Lakeside Academy (of Kalamazoo) for residential services for youth, Southwest Counseling Solutions (of Detroit) for community and residential case management services for youth, Spectrum Child and Family Services (of Westland) for residential and community services for youth, Spectrum Juvenile Justice Services (of Westland) for residential services for youth, Starr

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 6 Commonwealth (of Albion) for residential services for youth, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for residential and community services for youth and Wolverine Human Services (of Grosse Pointe Park) for residential services for youth; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 69,785,514.98 to 95,286,374.54; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117BM22)

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, parks, contract, budget, development, family services, youth, hospital, program, funding, Development, and healthcare

Firm: Bridgeway Services, Inc. Address: 19265 Northline Road, Southgate, MI 48195 Contact: Susan Shuryan (734) 284-4819

To Committee on Health and Human Services 6/7/2018

Tagged Passions:services, health, and streets

13.
Dated April 11, 2018 (received April 20th) requesting Commission approval of a grant agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the amount of 152,625 to receive 2017 Continuum of Care program grant funds for the Wayne County Family Center; the County Executive advises that the CoC program is an important part of HUD s mission to continue to improve the lives of homeless men, women and children through their local planning efforts and through the direct housing and services programs funded under the FY 2017 competition; the term of the agreement is from April 1, 2018 through March 31, 2019; the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account No. 101 67210 519010 (Family Shelter). (2018-14-017)

To Committee on Ways and Means 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, development, program, homeless, grant, planning, funding, Development, and housing

14.
Dated April 16, 2018 (received May 3rd) requesting Commission approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018 Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-150 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 126,000 in the General Fund (101); the County Executive advises that the budget adjustment submitted by Management and Budget serves to reallocate General Fund/General Purpose appropriation from one account to another in order to provide sufficient appropriation for dues relative to the Downtown Detroit Partnership Board. (2018-35-150)

To Committee on Ways and Means 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, budget, ordinance, downtown, and funding

15.
Dated April 19, 2018 (received May 3rd) requesting Commission approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018 Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-152 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 10,000 in the Drug Enforcement Fund (265); the County Executive advises that the Office of the Wayne County Sheriff proposes to reallocate funds from Vehicle Repairs and Maintenance to Legal Services- Contractual in order to provide sufficient funding. (2018-35-152)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 7 To Committee on Ways and Means 5/24/2018

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, budget, legal, public safety, ordinance, funding, and drugs

16.
Dated May 18, 2018 (received May 28th) requesting Commission approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017- 2018 Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017- 635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-182 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 540 in the County Health Fund (221); the County Executive advises that the budget adjustment for the Department of Health, Veterans and Community Wellness serves to reallocate funds in the amended budget for the HUD Lead Grant in order to provide sufficient funding for divided file folders. (2018-35-182)

To Committee on Ways and Means 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, health, budget, veterans, ordinance, grant, and funding

17.
Dated April 20, 2018 (received May 3rd) requesting Commission approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018 Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-155 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 123,577 for the Local Corrections Officers Training in the Law Enforcement Fund (266); the County Executive advises that this budget adjustment serves to reallocate funds from various operating expenditure accounts to Travel Convention/Conference, In-service Training and Miscellaneous Operating for Local Correction Officers training activities. (2018-35-155)

To Committee on Ways and Means 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, conventions, budget, public safety, ordinance, jail, travel, training, and funding

18.
Dated April 12, 2018 (received April 25th) requesting Commission approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017- 2018 Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017- 635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-146 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 200,200 in the Capital Projects Fund (401); the County Executive advises that the proposed budget adjustment submitted by Management and Budget serves to reallocate appropriation from one account to another in order to eliminate an unfavorable variance relative to the emergency boiler replacement authorized for the Sheriff- Road Patrol location. (2018-35-146)

To Committee on Ways and Means 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, budget, streets, public safety, capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, emergency, and funding

19.
Dated April 28, 2018 (received May 28th) requesting Commission approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017- 2018 Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017- 635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-168 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 17,000 in the General Fund (101); the County Executive advises that the budget adjustment for the Register of Deeds serves to reallocate appropriations from one account to another in order to provide sufficient appropriation for additional expenses. (2018-35-168)

To Committee on Ways and Means 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, budget, ordinance, and funding

20.
Dated April 18, 2018 (received May 3rd) requesting Commission approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018 Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-149 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 33,000 in the General Fund (101); the County Executive advises that the

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 8

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, budget, ordinance, and funding

proposed budget adjustment for the Sheriff s Office serves to reallocate funds from Lubricants and Motor Fuels and Equipment Repair and Maintenance to Miscellaneous Operating in order to provide sufficient funding for anticipated expenditures. (2018-35- 149)

To Committee on Government Operations 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, equipment, and funding

21.
Dated March 15, 2018 (no email notification received) requesting Commission approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Taylor Community Library Board in the amount of 69,403 to define the terms of a transfer of funds to the Taylor Community Library Board held in trust by the County to support the activities of the now-closed Library for the Blind; the County Executive advises that this transaction does not involve the transfer of any General Fund dollars nor does it involve the disposition of County property; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval until all of these funds have been spent for the Library for the Blind; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 701 (Trust) (2018-31-029)

To Committee on Government Operations 6/8/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, property, intergovernmental, library, and funding

22.
Dated April 12, 2018 (received May 12th) requesting Commission approval of retroactive Modification No. 4 to a three-year contract with two, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and AT T Corporation (of Southfield) not to exceed 600,480 to extend the County s analog data circuit services to provide time to finish migrating from outdated analog circuits to modern voice over internet protocol (VoIP) technology; the term of Modification No. 4 is from November 1, 2017 through October 31, 2019; the cost of Modification No. 4 will be charged to Account No. 635 25805 851015 (Information Technology Service). (2016-53-009M4)

Firm: AT T Corporation Address: 23500 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI 48075 Contact: Joseph McCarthy (734) 223-9881

To Committee on Government Operations 6/8/2018

23.
Dated March 23, 2018 (received May 12th) requesting Commission approval of Modification No. 1 to a three-year contract with one, two-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) (of Detroit), with no change in the dollar amount, to amend pharmacy benefits, Schedule A, Exhibit to Stop-Loss insurance, and to provide online health care services at no additional cost; BCBSM will subcontract 0.1 with Health Equity (of Draper, UT) as a consumer-directed health care health savings account administrator; the total amount of the contract remains 93,000,000; the term of Modification No. 1 is effective upon Commission approval through December 31, 2018; the cost of the contract will continue to be charged to Account No. 676 86501 916020 (Health Insurance). (2015-37-094AM1)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 9

Tagged Passions:health insurance, services, boards and commissions, health, contract, administrator, pharmacy, and insurance

Firm: Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan Address: 600 E. Lafayette Blvd., Detroit, MI 48226 Contact: Veronique Hughes (313) 448-1406

To Committee on Government Operations 6/8/2018
Tagged Passions:health insurance

24.
Dated March 23, 2018 (received May 12th) requesting Commission approval of Modification No. 2 to a contract with one, two-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Blue Care Network (BCN) of Michigan (of Southfield), with no change in the dollar amount, to amend pharmacy benefits, Schedule A, Exhibit to Stop-Loss insurance, and to provide online health care services at no additional cost; BCN will subcontract 0.1 with Health Equity (of Draper, UT) as a consumer-directed health care health savings account administrator; the total amount of the contract remains 33,000,000; the term of Modification No. 2 is effective upon Commission approval through December 31, 2018; the cost of the contract will continue to be charged to Account No. 676 86501 916020 (Health Insurance). (2015-37-094BM2)

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Tagged Passions:health insurance, services, boards and commissions, health, contract, administrator, pharmacy, and insurance

Firm: Blue Care Network of Michigan Address: 20500 Civic Center Drive, Southfield, MI 48076 Contact: Veronique Hughes (313) 448-1406

To Committee on Government Operations 6/8/2018

25.
Dated April 5, 2018 (received April 17th) requesting Commission approval of a contract with one, two-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Comcast Business Communications, LLC (of Philadelphia, PA) in the amount of 907,557.28 for the purchase of Wide Area Network (WAN) internet services; the County Executive advises that 7 bids were received in response to 361 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends award to Comcast Business Communications, LLC as the high scorer meeting all bid specifications; Comcast will subcontract 9.8 / 88,940.61 with Lecom Communications, Inc. (of Roseville) for aerial and underground CATV construction, 4.2 / 38,117.41 with CCG- Communication Construction Group (of Canton) for aerial and underground CATV construction, 9.8 / 88,940.61 with B M Ashman (of Livonia) for aerial and underground CATV construction and 4.2 / 38,117.41 with Aero Communications (of Canton) for aerial and underground CATV construction; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for 37 months; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 635 25805 851015 (Information Technology Service). (2018- 53-281)

Firm: Comcast Business Communications, LLC Address: 1701 JFK Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Contact: Megan Rowe (517) 825-9890

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 10 To Committee on Government Operations 6/8/2018
Tagged Passions:telecommunications, streets, Telecommunications, Communications, Comcast, communications, and business

26.
Dated May 4, 2018 (received May 7th) requesting Commission approval of retroactive Modification No. 2 to a one-year cooperative purchase agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and Oracle America, Inc. (of Redwood City, CA) in the amount of 81,009.94 to renew the agreement for its enterprise databases; the County Executive advises that renewal of this support is required to support the PeopleSoft and JD Edwards databases; the term of Modification No. 2 is from March 26, 2018 through March 25, 2019; the cost of Modification No. 2 will be charged to Account No. 635 25805 943000 (Information Technology Service). (2016-37-044M2)

Firm: Oracle America, Inc. Address: 500 Oracle Pkwy., Redwood City, CA 94065 Contact: Ryan Pike (650) 506-7000

To Committee on Government Operations 6/7/2018

27.
Dated April 20, 2018 (received May 2nd) requesting Commission approval of a Memorandum of Agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and AFSCME Council 25, Locals 1862, 2057 and 2926, AFL-CIO to extend the term of the Collective Bargaining Agreement for one year; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47-004M3)

To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, council, public works, information technology, union, and Information Technology

28.
Dated May 4, 2018 (received May 12th) requesting Commission approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the City of Romulus in the amount of 1,651,285 for road improvements on Middle Belt Road from Goddard Road to Wick Road; the County Executive advises that funding will consist of 1,351,577 in Federal STP-U Funds, 130,308 from the City of Romulus and Wayne County will contribute 169,400; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2023; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account Nos. 201 44908 818080 ( 1,435,900 Construction) and 201 44908 702000 ( 215,385 Engineering); the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account Nos. 201 44905 511250 ( 1,351,577 Federal STP-U Funds) and 201 44905 583340 ( 130,308 City of Romulus). (2018-30-037)

To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, public works, streets, intergovernmental, construction, and funding

29.
Dated May 4, 2018 (received May 12th) requesting Commission approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and Grosse Ile Township in the amount of 1,714,240 for road improvements on West River Road from Grosse Ile Parkway to Church Road; the County Executive advises that funding will consist of 857,120 from Grosse Ile Township and Wayne County will contribute 857,120; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 818080 ( 1,714,240 Construction); the revenue from the

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 11 agreement will be deposited into Account No. 201 44905 583340 ( 857,120 Grosse Ile Township). (2018-30-038) To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, public works, church, streets, intergovernmental, watershed, construction, and funding

30.
Dated April 4, 2018 (received June 8th) requesting Commission approval of a three-year contract with two, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Allied Waste System, Inc. dba Republic Services of Southeast Michigan (of Wayne) not to exceed 526,276.80 to provide waste management services for the Department of Public Services, Management and Budget-Capital Development and Facilities Management and the Sheriff s Office; the County Executive advises that 4 bids were received in response to 141 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends award to Republic Services, which was determined to be both responsive and responsible; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account Nos. 631 26508 817020 ( 105,816 M B Buildings O M), 208 44925 817020 ( 16,768.80 Parks-Millage Operating), 101 30760 961000 ( 5,616 Road Patrol-Municipal), 101 35100 817020 ( 152,100 County Jail), 101 35110 817020 ( 136,680 WCJ-Hamtramck) and 201 44906 817000 ( 109,296 Roads-Road Maintenance). (2018-33-044)

Firm: Republic Services of Southeast Michigan Address: 5400 Cogswell, Wayne, MI 48184 Contact: Scott Cabauatan (734) 727-2158 To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, parks, public works, solicitation, contract, taxes, budget, streets, RFP, public safety, rfp, Taxes, purchasing, development, jail, and Development

31.
Dated May 10, 2018 (received May 17th) requesting Commission approval of a grant application between the Charter County of Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of West Road at the Frank and Poet Drain, a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 4,078,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 815,600. (2018-33-062)

To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, transportation, services, boards and commissions, public works, streets, program, grant, construction, and funding

32.
Dated May 8, 2018 (received May 17th) requesting Commission approval of a grant application between the Charter County of Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of Middle Belt Road at Bell Creek, a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 1,358,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 271,600. (2018-33-063)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 12 To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, transportation, services, boards and commissions, public works, streets, program, grant, construction, and funding

33.
Dated May 8, 2018 (received May 17th) requesting Commission approval of a grant application between the Charter County of Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of Pennsylvania (Blakely Drain), a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 1,496,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 299,200. (2018-33-064)

To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, transportation, services, boards and commissions, public works, program, grant, construction, and funding

34.
Dated May 8, 2018 (received May 17th) requesting Commission approval of a grant application between the Charter County of Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of East River at North Hickory Canal, a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 1,732,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 346,400. (2018-33-065)

To Committee on Government Operations 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:transportation, boards and commissions, watershed, program, grant, construction, and funding

35.
Dated May 29, 2018 (received May 30th) requesting Commission approval of a modification to a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Government Administrators Association (the Association) to extend the term of the Memorandum of Agreement ratified by the Association; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47-007M3)

To Committee on Government Operations 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, administrator, and union

36.
Dated May 29, 2018 (received June 1st) requesting Commission approval of a modification to a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Government Administrators Association-Wayne County Professional Nurses Council-Unit I (the Association) to extend the term of the Memorandum of Agreement ratified by the Association; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47-006M3)

To Committee on Government Operations 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, council, administrator, and union

37.
Dated May 29, 2018 (received May 30th) requesting Commission approval of a modification to a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Government Administrators Association-Wayne County Professional Nurses Council-Unit II (the Association) to extend the term of the Memorandum of Agreement ratified by the Association; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47- 013M3)

To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, council, public works, administrator, and union

38.
Dated April 13, 2018 (received May 10th) requesting Commission approval of a three-year contract with a one-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 13 Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 134,359.49 for construction engineering services for Wyoming Road (Ford to CSX RR) in the City of Dearborn; the County Executive advises that 4 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; the Procurement Division recommends award to Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. as the highest scorer meeting all qualifications; Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. will subcontract 13.88 / 18,648.99 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Detroit) for construction inspection and material testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads- Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-033)

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. Address: 400 Renaissance Center, Suite 2679, Detroit, MI 48243 Contact: Cheryl L. Gregory (248) 762-0385

To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018
Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, and public works

39.
Dated April 30, 2018 (received May 10th) requesting Commission approval of a three-year contract with a one-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 297,903.78 for construction engineering services for Greenfield Road (Michigan Avenue to Ford Road) in the City of Dearborn; the County Executive advises that 3 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; the Procurement Division recommends award to Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. as the highest scorer meeting all qualifications; Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. will subcontract 13.32 / 39,671.11 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Detroit) for construction inspection and material testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads- Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-035)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. Address: 400 Renaissance Center, Suite 2679, Detroit, MI 48243 Contact: Cheryl L. Gregory (248) 762-0385

To Committee on Public Services 6/11/2018
Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, and public works

40.
Dated May 4, 2018 (received May 12th) requesting Commission approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department in the amount of 616,737 for construction of Green Stormwater Infrastructure at the intersections of Joy Road at Westwood Street, Faust Avenue and Artesian Street; the County Executive advises that funding will consist of 391,737 in State TAP Funds and 225,000 from the DWSD; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2023; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 818080 ( 616,737 Construction); the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account Nos. 201 44905 511250 ( 391,737 State TAP Funds) and 201 44905

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 14 583340 ( 225,000 DWSD). (2018-30-039)

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, boards and commissions, streets, intergovernmental, water, stormwater, construction, and funding

To Committee on Economic Development 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

41.
Dated October 31, 2017 (received April 25th) requesting Commission approval of a purchase and development agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and 30712 Michigan Avenue, LLC (of Southfield) in the amount of 1 for the purchase and development of approximately +/- 24 acres, including the Kay Beard Building, the Commissary Building and several dilapidated structures bearing the address of 30712 Michigan Avenue in Westland, and the purchase of the Potter s Field located at approximately 3412 Henry Ruff Road in Westland; the County Executive advises that the property includes all fixtures but not equipment and personal property and also does not include the approximately +/- 5 acres, which consist of an out-county court administrative building and Sheriff s Department offices; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval; the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account No. 101 92504 673020 (General Fund General Purpose). (2017-21-013)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, property, legal, streets, public safety, purchasing, development, equipment, court, and Development

Firm: 30712 Michigan Avenue, LLC Address: 25800 Northwestern Highway, Suite 1000, Southfield, MI 48075 Contact: John G. Hambrick (313) 255-3847

To Committee on Economic Development 6/11/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

42.
Dated May 17, 2018 (received June 11th) requesting Commission approval of an interlocal agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Cities of Livonia, Lincoln Park, Taylor and Dearborn to re-qualify the existing Wayne County HOME Consortium for the Program Year 2018 through 2021; the County Executive advises that the HOME Investment Partnerships Program administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides for funding primarily for the construction/rehabilitation of housing for low/moderate income people and a consortium guarantees these communities a yearly allocation; the term of the agreement is from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021. (2018-20-065)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, parks, investment, development, program, construction, funding, Development, and housing

To Committee on Economic Development 4/16/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

43.
Dated April 4, 2018 (received April 9th) from the City of Taylor forwarding notification of the adoption of a resolution for an Industrial Facilities Rehab District at 27000 Wick Road in Taylor and Tax Abatement for Preferred Packaging Solutions, Inc. (2018-69-037)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:abatement, taxes, streets, Taxes, and industrial

To Committee on Economic Development 4/16/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

44.
Dated April 11, 2018 (received April 21st) from Brian C. Manning, Deputy Director, Department of Health, Veterans Community Wellness, forwarding a progress report on the Housing Rehabilitation program for FY 17/18, pursuant to Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635, page 46, item 2. (2018-08- 015)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 15

Tagged Passions:health, veterans, ordinance, program, and housing

To Committee on Economic Development 4/16/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

45.
Dated April 15, 2018 (received April 19th) from Susan M. Nash, City Clerk, City of Livonia, forwarding notification of an application and a public hearing for an Industrial Facilities Tax Exemption Certificate for the rehabilitation of building and related property for RNDC-NWS, LLC to operate as a truss manufacturing plant, as well as a rail siding constructed to operate a lumber transload operation at its facility located at 12701 Middle Belt Road, Livonia, MI 48150, pursuant to Public Act No. 198 of 1974, as amended. (2018-69-039)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:transportation, plant, property, taxes, hearing, streets, Taxes, industrial, and facility

To Committee on Economic Development 5/2/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

46.
Dated April 30, 2018 (received May 1st) from Kyle T. Burleson, Executive Director, Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority, forwarding a report detailing all projects and initiatives the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority is working on in Wayne County. (2018-69-040)

To Committee on Ways and Means 6/8/2018

47.
Dated May 14, 2018 (received May 30th) from Evah Cole, Division Administrator, Revenue Sharing and Grants Division, State of Michigan, Department of Treasury, forwarding the preliminary state equalized valuations for the Tri-County Convention Facilities Tax/4 State-wide Liquor Tax. (2018-69- 045)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:alcohol, conventions, taxes, administrator, Taxes, and grant

To Committee on Economic Development 5/2/2018

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

48.
Dated April 25, 2018 (received May 1st) from Alexandria Huff, Senior Planner, Oakland County Economic Development Community Affairs, forwarding notification of the Oakland County Coordinating Zoning Committee meeting to consider the City of Northville Master Plan Amendment (County Code Master Plan No. 18-04). (2018-69-041)

To Full Board New Business/ Immediate Consideration 6/19/2018

Tagged Passions:development, business, zoning, Development, and economic development

49.
Dated June 13, 2018 (received June 17th) requesting Commission approval of a case evaluation for a settlement in the City of Lincoln Park v the County of Wayne matter (Case No.: 12-003364-NZ) in the amount of up to 100,000; if approved, the settlement will be charged to Account No. 590 54003 911140 (Downriver). (2018-40-139)

To Full Board New Business/ Immediate Consideration 6/19/2018

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, parks, settlement, and business

50.
Dated April 8, 2018 (received May 2nd) requesting Commission approval of a three-year contract between the Charter County of Wayne and Wade Trim Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 556,917.54 for construction engineering services on Sibley Road (from Telegraph to Racho) in Brownstown Township for the Department of Public Services, Engineering Division; the County Executive advises that 6 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends Wade Trim Associates, Inc. as the high scorer meeting all qualifications; Wade Trim Associates, Inc. will subcontract 13.31 / 74,105.64 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Taylor) for quality assurance-construction materials testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 16 Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads- Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-027)

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, public works, materials, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Wade Trim Associates, Inc. Address: 500 Griswold, Suite 2500, Detroit, MI 48226 Contact: Matthew Stacey (7343) 947-9700

To Full Board New Business/ Immediate Consideration 6/19/2018
Tagged Passions:business

51.
Dated April 8, 2018 (received June 1st) requesting Commission approval of a three-year contract between the Charter County of Wayne and Wade Trim Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 289,603.27 for construction engineering services on Van Horn Road (Inkster Road to Arsenal Road) in Brownstown Township; the County Executive advises that 5 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends Wade Trim Associates, Inc. as the high scorer meeting all qualifications; Wade Trim Associates, Inc. will subcontract 10.77 / 31,198.32 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Taylor) for quality assurance-construction materials testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads- Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-028)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, materials, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Wade Trim Associates, Inc. Address: 500 Griswold, Suite 2500, Detroit, MI 48226 Contact: Matthew Stacey (7343) 947-9700

To Full Board New Business/ Immediate Consideration 6/19/2018
Tagged Passions:business

52.
Dated March 13, 2018 (received June 19th) requesting Commission approval of Amendment No. 9 to a fiduciary agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Alliance of Downriver Watersheds (ADW) to continue to act as fiduciary for the activities of the ADW; the County Executive advises that the primary purpose of the ADW is to collectively address the requirements under the Michigan Department of Environmental Quality s municipal separate storm water discharge permits issued to the County and communities in the downriver area and the 23 local public agencies and communities in the ADW believe substantial benefits can be derived through cooperative management of the Ecorse Creek, Combined Downriver and the Lower Huron River; Amendment No. 9 extends the term of the agreement from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2019. (2016-70-005M9)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, boards and commissions, watershed, water, stormwater, and environment

IX.
REFERRAL OF COMMUNICATIONS FROM SOURCES OTHER THAN GOVERNMENTAL AGENCIES

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 17

Tagged Passions:Communications and communications

X.
REPORTS FROM COMMITTEES

A. Report from the COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS recommending the following:

1.
Approval of a Memorandum of Agreement between the Charter

No additional detail provided

County of Wayne and AFSCME Council 25, Locals 25, 101, 409 and 1659, AFL-CIO to extend the term of the Collective Bargaining Agreement for one year; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47- 005M5)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, council, information technology, union, and Information Technology

2.
Approval of a Memorandum of Agreement between the Charter

No additional detail provided

County of Wayne and AFSCME Council 25, Locals 1862, 2057 and 2926, AFL-CIO to extend the term of the Collective Bargaining Agreement for one year; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47- 004M3)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, council, information technology, union, and Information Technology

3.
Approval of Modification No. 1 to a three-year contract with one,

two-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan (BCBSM) (of Detroit), with no change in the dollar amount, to amend pharmacy benefits, Schedule A, Exhibit to Stop-Loss insurance, and to provide online health care services at no additional cost; BCBSM will subcontract 0.1 with Health Equity (of Draper, UT) as a consumer-directed health care health savings account administrator; the total amount of the contract remains 93,000,000; the term of Modification No. 1 is effective upon Commission approval through December 31, 2018; the cost of the contract will continue to be charged to Account No. 676 86501 916020 (Health Insurance). (2015-37- 094AM1)

Tagged Passions:health insurance, services, boards and commissions, health, contract, administrator, pharmacy, and insurance

4.
Approval of Modification No. 2 to a contract with one, two-year

option to renew the Charter County of Wayne and Blue Care Network (BCN) of Michigan (of Southfield), with no change in the dollar amount, to amend pharmacy benefits, Schedule A, Exhibit to Stop-Loss insurance, and to provide online health care services at no additional cost; BCN will subcontract 0.1 with Health Equity (of Draper, UT) as a consumer-directed health care health savings account administrator; the total amount of the contract remains 33,000,000; the term of Modification No. 2 is effective upon Commission approval through December 31, 2018; the cost of the contract will continue to be charged to Account No. 676 86501 916020 (Health Insurance). (2015-37-094BM2)

Tagged Passions:health insurance, services, boards and commissions, health, contract, administrator, pharmacy, and insurance

5.
Approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

County of Wayne and the Taylor Community Library Board in the amount of 69,403 to define the terms of a transfer of funds to the Taylor Community Library Board held in trust by the County to support the activities of the now-closed Library for the Blind; the

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 18 County Executive advises that this transaction does not involve the transfer of any General Fund dollars nor does it involve the disposition of County property; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval until all of these funds have been spent for the Library for the Blind; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 701 (Trust) (2018-31-029)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, property, library, and funding

6.
Approval of retroactive Modification No. 2 to a one-year cooperative

purchase agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and Oracle America, Inc. (of Redwood City, CA) in the amount of 81,009.94 to renew the agreement for its enterprise databases; the County Executive advises that renewal of this support is required to support the PeopleSoft and JD Edwards databases; the term of Modification No. 2 is from March 26, 2018 through March 25, 2019; the cost of Modification No. 2 will be charged to Account No. 635 25805 943000 (Information Technology Service). (2016- 37-044M2)

Tagged Passions:purchasing, Technology, information technology, technology, and Information Technology

Firm: Oracle America, Inc. Address: 500 Oracle Pkwy., Redwood City, CA 94065 Contact: Ryan Pike (650) 506-7000

No additional detail provided

7.
Approval of retroactive Modification No. 4 to a three-year contract with two, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and AT T Corporation (of Southfield) not to exceed 600,480 to extend the County s analog data circuit services to provide time to finish migrating from outdated analog circuits to modern voice over internet protocol (VoIP) technology; the term of Modification No. 4 is from November 1, 2017 through October 31, 2019; the cost of Modification No. 4 will be charged to Account No. 635 25805 851015 (Information Technology Service). (2016-53- 009M4)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, contract, Technology, information technology, technology, and Information Technology

Firm: AT T Corporation Address: 23500 Northwestern Hwy, Southfield, MI 48075 Contact: Joseph McCarthy (734) 223-9881

8.
Approval of a contract with one, two-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Comcast Business Communications, LLC (of Philadelphia, PA) in the amount of 907,557.28 for the purchase of Wide Area Network (WAN) internet services; the County Executive advises that 7 bids were received in response to 361 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends award to Comcast Business Communications, LLC as the high scorer meeting all bid specifications; Comcast will subcontract 9.8 / 88,940.61 with Lecom Communications, Inc. (of Roseville) for aerial and underground CATV construction, 4.2 / 38,117.41 with CCG- Communication Construction Group (of Canton) for aerial and underground CATV construction, 9.8 / 88,940.61 with B M Ashman (of Livonia) for aerial and underground CATV construction

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 19 and 4.2 / 38,117.41 with Aero Communications (of Canton) for aerial and underground CATV construction; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for 37 months; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 635 25805 851015 (Information Technology Service). (2018-53-281)

Tagged Passions:telecommunications, services, boards and commissions, solicitation, contract, RFP, rfp, purchasing, Telecommunications, Technology, information technology, Communications, Comcast, communications, technology, business, Information Technology, and construction

Firm: Comcast Business Communications, LLC Address: 1701 JFK Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19103 Contact: Megan Rowe (517) 825-9890

Tagged Passions:telecommunications, streets, Telecommunications, Communications, Comcast, communications, and business

9.
Approval of a modification to a Collective Bargaining Agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Government Administrators Association-Wayne County Professional Nurses Council-Unit II (the Association) to extend the term of the Memorandum of Agreement ratified by the Association; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47-013M3)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, council, administrator, and union

10.
Approval of a modification to a Collective Bargaining Agreement

between the Charter County of Wayne and the Government Administrators Association-Wayne County Professional Nurses Council-Unit I (the Association) to extend the term of the Memorandum of Agreement ratified by the Association; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47-006M3)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, council, administrator, and union

11.
Approval of a modification to a Collective Bargaining Agreement

between the Charter County of Wayne and the Government Administrators Association (the Association) to extend the term of the Memorandum of Agreement ratified by the Association; the term of the MOA will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019. (2015-47-007M3) B. Report from the COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT recommending the following: 1. Forwarding to receive and file, notification of the adoption of a resolution for an Industrial Facilities Rehab District at 27000 Wick Road in Taylor and Tax Abatement for Preferred Packaging Solutions, Inc. (2018-69-037) 2. Forwarding to receive and file, notification of an application and a

Tagged Passions:abatement, boards and commissions, taxes, administrator, streets, Taxes, development, union, industrial, Development, and economic development

public hearing for an Industrial Facilities Tax Exemption Certificate for the rehabilitation of building and related property for RNDC- NWS, LLC to operate as a truss manufacturing plant, as well as a rail siding constructed to operate a lumber transload operation at its facility located at 12701 Middle Belt Road, Livonia, MI 48150, pursuant to Public Act No. 198 of 1974, as amended. (2018-69- 039)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 20 3. Forwarding to receive and file, a progress report on the Housing Rehabilitation program for FY 17/18, pursuant to Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635, page 46, item 2. (2018-08-015) 4. Forwarding to receive and file, a report detailing all projects and initiatives the Detroit/Wayne County Port Authority is working on in Wayne County. (2018-69-040) 5. Forwarding to receive and file, notification of the Oakland County Coordinating Zoning Committee meeting to consider the City of Northville Master Plan Amendment (County Code Master Plan No. 18-04). (2018-69-041) 6. Forwarding to receive and file, the Notice of Availability: FAA Cleveland-Detroit Metroplex (CLE-DTW Metroplex) Final Environmental Assessment and Find of No Significant Impact/Record of Decision. (2018-69-042) 7. Forwarding to receive and file, a Wayne County Land Bank update regarding the sale of the McLouth Steel property and a recommendation on a 2018 Right of Refusal program, pursuant to Resolution No. 2017-634. (2018-21-048) 8. Forwarding to receive and file, the City of Northville Master Plan draft amendment from Oakland County (County Code Master Plan No. 18-04). (2018-69-044)
Tagged Passions:transportation, plant, property, taxes, hearing, Taxes, ordinance, program, zoning, sale, industrial, environment, facility, and housing

9.
Approval of a three-year subrecipient agreement, with a one-year

No additional detail provided

option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and the City of Lincoln Park in the amount of 109,785 to provide payment assistance, counseling, housing rehabilitation and new construction to residents under the Wayne County HOME Consortium; the County Executive advises that in addition, Wayne County Community Development has coordinated links between homeless prevention efforts and transitional housing and support services providers to assist the residents that need them; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through June 30, 2021; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 250 69110 954290 (HOME projects). (2018-20-052)

10.
Approval of a purchase and development agreement between the

Charter County of Wayne and 30712 Michigan Avenue, LLC (of Southfield) in the amount of 1 for the purchase and development of approximately +/- 24 acres, including the Kay Beard Building, the Commissary Building and several dilapidated structures bearing the address of 30712 Michigan Avenue in Westland, and the purchase of the Potter s Field located at approximately 3412 Henry Ruff Road in Westland; the County Executive advises that the property includes all fixtures but not equipment and personal property and also does not include the approximately +/- 5 acres, which consist of an out-county court administrative building and Sheriff s AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 21

Tagged Passions:property, legal, streets, public safety, purchasing, development, equipment, court, and Development

Department offices; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval; the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account No. 101 92504 673020 (General Fund General Purpose). (2017-21-013)

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

Firm: 30712 Michigan Avenue, LLC Address: 25800 Northwestern Highway, Suite 1000, Southfield, MI 48075 Contact: John G. Hambrick (313) 255-3847

11.
Approval of an interlocal agreement between the Charter County of

No additional detail provided

Wayne and the Cities of Livonia, Lincoln Park, Taylor and Dearborn to re-qualify the existing Wayne County HOME Consortium for the Program Year 2018 through 2021; the County Executive advises that the HOME Investment Partnerships Program administered by the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development provides for funding primarily for the construction/rehabilitation of housing for low/moderate income people and a consortium guarantees these communities a yearly allocation; the term of the agreement is from October 1, 2018 through September 30, 2021. (2018-20-065)

C. Report from the COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS recommending the following: 1. Forwarding to receive and file, the preliminary state equalized valuations for the Tri-County Convention Facilities Tax/4 State- wide Liquor Tax. (2018-69-045)
Tagged Passions:alcohol, parks, conventions, investment, taxes, Taxes, development, program, construction, funding, Development, and housing

2.
Approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018

No additional detail provided

Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-168 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 17,000 in the General Fund (101); the County Executive advises that the budget adjustment for the Register of Deeds serves to reallocate appropriations from one account to another in order to provide sufficient appropriation for additional expenses. (2018-35-168)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, ordinance, and funding

3.
Approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018

No additional detail provided

Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-182 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 540 in the County Health Fund (221); the County Executive advises that the budget adjustment for the Department of Health, Veterans and Community Wellness serves to reallocate funds in the amended budget for the HUD Lead Grant in order to provide sufficient funding for divided file folders. (2018-35-182)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, budget, veterans, ordinance, grant, and funding

4.
Approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018

No additional detail provided

Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-155 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 123,577 for the Local Corrections

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 22 Officers Training in the Law Enforcement Fund (266); the County Executive advises that this budget adjustment serves to reallocate funds from various operating expenditure accounts to Travel Convention/Conference, In-service Training and Miscellaneous Operating for Local Correction Officers training activities. (2018-35- 155)

Tagged Passions:conventions, budget, public safety, ordinance, jail, travel, training, and funding

5.
Approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018

No additional detail provided

Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-152 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 10,000 in the Drug Enforcement Fund (265); the County Executive advises that the Office of the Wayne County Sheriff proposes to reallocate funds from Vehicle Repairs and Maintenance to Legal Services-Contractual in order to provide sufficient funding. (2018-35-152)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, budget, legal, public safety, ordinance, funding, and drugs

6.
Approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018

No additional detail provided

Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-146 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 200,200 in the Capital Projects Fund (401); the County Executive advises that the proposed budget adjustment submitted by Management and Budget serves to reallocate appropriation from one account to another in order to eliminate an unfavorable variance relative to the emergency boiler replacement authorized for the Sheriff-Road Patrol location. (2018- 35-146)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, streets, public safety, capital spending, ordinance, Capital Spending, emergency, and funding

7.
Approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018

No additional detail provided

Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-149 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 33,000 in the General Fund (101); the County Executive advises that the proposed budget adjustment for the Sheriff s Office serves to reallocate funds from Lubricants and Motor Fuels and Equipment Repair and Maintenance to Miscellaneous Operating in order to provide sufficient funding for anticipated expenditures. (2018-35-149)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:budget, public safety, ordinance, equipment, and funding

8.
Approval of a proposed amendment to the 2017-2018

No additional detail provided

Appropriations Ordinance (Enrolled Ordinance No. 2017-635) in accordance with Budget Adjustment No. 2018-35-150 reallocating expenditures in the amount of 126,000 in the General Fund (101); the County Executive advises that the budget adjustment submitted by Management and Budget serves to reallocate General Fund/General Purpose appropriation from one account to another in order to provide sufficient appropriation for dues relative to the Downtown Detroit Partnership Board. (2018-35-150)

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 23 D. Report from the COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES recommending the following:

Tagged Passions:services, health, budget, ordinance, downtown, and funding

1.
Approval of Contract Modification No. 3 to a software license,

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:contract, license, information technology, and Information Technology

application hosting and services contract with one, two-year option to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and eClinicalWorks (of Westborough, MA), with no change in the dollar amount, for the continuation of the routine operation and maintenance of the electronic medical record database; the total amount of the contract remains 572,896; the term of Modification No. 3 is from June 1, 2018 through December 31, 2018; the cost of the contract will continue to be charged to Account Nos. 221 60521 815000 (FQHC). (2013-37-061AM3)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services and contract

Firm: eClinicalWorks Address: 2 Technology Drive, Westborough, MA 01581 Contact: Michael Calderone (508) 836-2700

Tagged Passions:Technology and technology

2.
Approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Bridgeway Services, Inc. (of Southgate) to increase funding in the amount of 25,500,859.56 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; Bridgeway Services, Inc. will continue to subcontract with Detroit Behavioral Institute, Inc. (of Detroit) for residential services for youth, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for residential and community services for youth, The Guidance Center (of Southgate) for community and residential case management MST services, Havenwyck Hospital (of Auburn Hills) for residential services for youth, Highfields, Inc. (of Onondaga) for residential services for youth, Holy Cross Children s Services (of Clinton) for residential and community services for youth, Lakeside Academy (of Kalamazoo) for residential services for youth, Southwest Counseling Solutions (of Detroit) for community and residential case management services for youth, Spectrum Child and Family Services (of Westland) for residential and community services for youth, Spectrum Juvenile Justice Services (of Westland) for residential services for youth, Starr Commonwealth (of Albion) for residential services for youth, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for residential and community services for youth and Wolverine Human Services (of Grosse Pointe Park) for residential services for youth; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 69,785,514.98 to 95,286,374.54; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117BM22)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:services, parks, contract, budget, development, family services, youth, hospital, program, funding, Development, and healthcare

Firm: Bridgeway Services, Inc. Address: 19265 Northline Road, Southgate, MI 48195 Contact: Susan Shuryan (734) 284-4819

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 24

Tagged Passions:services and streets

3.
Approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and CCMO-Center for Youth and Families (of Detroit) to increase funding in the amount of 19,132,041.20 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; CCMO will continue to subcontract with the Spectrum Child and Family Services (of Westland) for community-based independent living and substance abuse services, Spectrum Juvenile Justice Services (of Westland) for secure residential-chronic, sex offender, cognitively impaired and substance abuse treatment, Starr Commonwealth (of Albion) for non-secure sex offender and substance abuse treatment, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for secure and non-secure mental health and substance abuse services, Wolverine Human Services (of Vassar) for secure and non-secure mental health, sex offender, cognitively impaired and substance abuse treatment services, Holy Cross (of Clinton) for non-secure substance abuse treatment services, Detroit Behavioral Institute (of Detroit) for secure mental health, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for secure and non-secure mental health services and community-based day treatment, Ennis Center for Children (of Flint) for non-secure sex offender treatment foster care services and community-based services and Havenwyck (of Auburn Hills) for secure sex offender treatment; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 57,814,850.58 to 76,946,891.78; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117CM22)

Firm: CCMO-Center For Youth and Families Address: 3031 West Grand Blvd., Suite 370, Detroit, MI 48202 Contact: Alisha Lyte (313) 875-2092

Tagged Passions:services, health, contract, budget, development, mental health, family services, youth, program, funding, and Development

4.
Approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three,

one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Growth Works, Inc. (of Plymouth) to increase funding in the amount of 21,259,792.61 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; Growth Works, Inc. will continue to subcontract with Amor Transportation (of Livonia) for transportation services, Crossroads for Youth (of Oxford) for residential services, Dr. Norman Alessi, M.D. (of Ann Arbor) for psychotherapy, Dawn Farms (of Ypsilanti) for residential substance abuse services, Detroit Behavioral Institute, Inc. (of Detroit) for residential mental health services, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for residential services, Ennis Center for Children, Inc. (of Flint) for residential services, God s Way Transportation (of Detroit) for transportation services, Judson Center (of Royal Oak) for residential services, Lakeside Academy (of Kalamazoo) for residential services, Orchards Children s Services (of Southfield) for Families First services, AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 25

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, health, contract, budget, mental health, youth, agriculture, growth, and funding

Rainbow Rehabilitation (of Farmington) for residential services, Randy Bizer, LMSW CSW (of Northville) for psychotherapy and counseling, Spectrum Community Services (of Westland) for residential services, Starr Commonwealth (of Albion) for residential services, The Guidance Center (of Southgate) for residential services, Havenwyck Hospital (of Auburn Hills) for residential mental health services, Highfields, Inc. (of Onondaga) for residential services, Holy Cross Children s Services (of Clinton) for residential services, Statewide Secure Transportation (of Livonia) for secure transportation services, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for residential services, Wedgewood Christian Services (of Grand Rapids) for residential services and Wolverine Human Services (of Grosse Pointe Park) for residential services; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 61,743,143.58 to 83,002,936.19; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117DM22)

Tagged Passions:transportation, services, parks, health, contract, development, mental health, hospital, program, Development, and healthcare

Firm: Growth Works, Inc. Address: 271 South Main Street, Plymouth, MI 48170 Contact: Nick Griswold (734) 455-4095

Tagged Passions:streets and growth

5.
Approval of Contract Modification No. 22 to a contract with three,

one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Starr Vista, Inc. (of Detroit) to increase funding in the amount of 18,534,591.17 to extend the term of the contract, to adjust the FY 18 budget and to account for the first quarter payment adjustment; Starr Vista, Inc. will continue to subcontract with Detroit Behavioral Institute Capstone Academy (of Detroit) for residential mental health, Don Bosco Hall (of Detroit) for residential/respite services, Spectrum Human Services (of Westland) for residential services, Starr Commonwealth (of Albion) for residential/community-based services, Vista Maria (of Dearborn Heights) for residential/community-based services and Wolverine Human Services (of Grosse Pointe Park) for residential/community-based services; Contract Modification No. 22 increases the total contract amount from 54,937,689.47 to 73,472,280.64; Modification No. 22 extends the term of the contract from April 1, 2013 through September 30, 2020; the cost of Contract Modification No. 22 will be charged to Account No. 292 35612 817000 (Program Development-Juvenile). (2012-37-117EM22)

Tagged Passions:services, parks, health, contract, budget, development, mental health, program, funding, and Development

Firm: Starr Vista, Inc. Address: 22390 W. Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48219 Contact: Michelle Rowser (313) 387-6000

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:streets

6.
Approval of a grant agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) in the amount of 152,625 to receive 2017

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 26

Tagged Passions:development, grant, Development, and housing

Continuum of Care program grant funds for the Wayne County Family Center; the County Executive advises that the CoC program is an important part of HUD s mission to continue to improve the lives of homeless men, women and children through their local planning efforts and through the direct housing and services programs funded under the FY 2017 competition; the term of the agreement is from April 9, 2018 through March 31, 2019; the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account No. 101 67210 519010 (Family Shelter). (2018-14-017)

E. Report from the COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY, JUDICIARY HOMELAND SECURITY recommending the following: 1. Forwarding to receive and file, the updated Wayne County
Tagged Passions:services, public safety, Immigration, program, homeless, grant, planning, funding, housing, and security

Emergency Operations Plan. (2018-02-003)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:emergency

2.
Approval of a resolution by Commissioner Haidous to declare support for the Raise the Age bill package that was reintroduced in the Michigan House of Representatives in 2017 and awaits a hearing before the House Law and Justice Committee, ending the automatic prosecution of 17-year-olds as adults under Michigan law, and allowing judges the discretion to hold consultation with prosecutors to prosecute 17-year-olds as adults for high crimes. (2018-66-026)

F. Report from the COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICES recommending the following:

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, public works, hearing, legal, judge, and crime

1.
Approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the City of Romulus in the amount of 1,651,285 for road improvements on Middle Belt Road from Goddard Road to Wick Road; the County Executive advises that funding will consist of 1,351,577 in Federal STP-U Funds, 130,308 from the City of Romulus and Wayne County will contribute 169,400; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2023; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account Nos. 201 44908 818080 ( 1,435,900 Construction) and 201 44908 702000 ( 215,385 Engineering); the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account Nos. 201 44905 511250 ( 1,351,577 Federal STP-U Funds) and 201 44905 583340 ( 130,308 City of Romulus). (2018-30-037)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, intergovernmental, construction, and funding

2.
Approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:intergovernmental

County of Wayne and Grosse Ile Township in the amount of 1,714,240 for road improvements on West River Road from Grosse Ile Parkway to Church Road; the County Executive advises

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 27 that funding will consist of 857,120 from Grosse Ile Township and Wayne County will contribute 857,120; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2019; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 818080 ( 1,714,240 Construction); the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account No. 201 44905 583340 ( 857,120 Grosse Ile Township). (2018-30-038)
Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, church, streets, watershed, construction, and funding

3.
Approval of a grant application between the Charter County of

Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of Pennsylvania (Blakely Drain), a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 1,496,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 299,200. (2018-33-064)

Tagged Passions:transportation, program, grant, construction, and funding

4.
Approval of a grant application between the Charter County of

Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of Middle Belt Road at Bell Creek, a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 1,358,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 271,600. (2018-33-063)

Tagged Passions:transportation, streets, program, grant, construction, and funding

5.
Approval of a grant application between the Charter County of

Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of West Road at the Frank and Poet Drain, a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 4,078,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 815,600. (2018-33-062)

Tagged Passions:transportation, streets, program, grant, construction, and funding

6.
Approval of a grant application between the Charter County of

Wayne and the Michigan Department of Transportation (MDOT) to request funding for the reconstruction/rehabilitation of East River at North Hickory Canal, a bridge owned by Wayne County, through MDOT s Local Bridge Program (LBP); the County Executive advises that the total cost of the construction/rehabilitation is approximately 1,732,000 with a 20 match by Wayne County of 346,400. (2018-33-065)

Tagged Passions:transportation, watershed, program, grant, construction, and funding

7.
Approval of a three-year contract with a one-year option to renew

between the Charter County of Wayne and Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 134,359.49 for construction engineering services for Wyoming Road (Ford to CSX RR) in the City of Dearborn; the County Executive advises that 4 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; the Procurement Division recommends award to Spalding DeDecker AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 28 Associates, Inc. as the highest scorer meeting all qualifications; Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. will subcontract 13.88 / 18,648.99 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Detroit) for construction inspection and material testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads-Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-033)

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. Address: 400 Renaissance Center, Suite 2679, Detroit, MI 48243 Contact: Cheryl L. Gregory (248) 762-0385

8.
Approval of a three-year contract with a one-year option to renew

between the Charter County of Wayne and Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 297,903.78 for construction engineering services for Greenfield Road (Michigan Avenue to Ford Road) in the City of Dearborn; the County Executive advises that 3 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; the Procurement Division recommends award to Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. as the highest scorer meeting all qualifications; Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. will subcontract 13.32 / 39,671.11 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Detroit) for construction inspection and material testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads-Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-035)

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Spalding DeDecker Associates, Inc. Address: 400 Renaissance Center, Suite 2679, Detroit, MI 48243 Contact: Cheryl L. Gregory (248) 762-0385

9.
Approval of a three-year contract with two, one-year options to renew between the Charter County of Wayne and Allied Waste System, Inc. dba Republic Services of Southeast Michigan (of Wayne) not to exceed 526,276.80 to provide waste management services for the Department of Public Services, Management and Budget-Capital Development and Facilities Management and the Sheriff s Office; the County Executive advises that 4 bids were received in response to 141 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends award to Republic Services, which was determined to be both responsive and responsible; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account Nos. 631 26508 817020 ( 105,816 M B Buildings O M), 208 44925 817020 ( 16,768.80 Parks-Millage Operating), 101 30760 961000 ( 5,616 Road Patrol-Municipal), 101 35100 817020 ( 152,100 County Jail), 101 35110 817020 ( 136,680 WCJ-Hamtramck) and 201 44906 817000 ( 109,296 Roads-Road Maintenance). (2018- 33-044)

Firm: Republic Services of Southeast Michigan Address: 5400 Cogswell, Wayne, MI 48184 Contact: Scott Cabauatan (734) 727-2158 AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 29

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, parks, public works, solicitation, contract, taxes, budget, streets, RFP, public safety, rfp, Taxes, purchasing, development, jail, and Development

10.
Approval of an intergovernmental agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Detroit Water and Sewerage Department in the amount of 616,737 for construction of Green Stormwater Infrastructure at the intersections of Joy Road at Westwood Street, Faust Avenue and Artesian Street; the County Executive advises that funding will consist of 391,737 in State TAP Funds and 225,000 from the DWSD; the term of the agreement will commence upon Commission approval through September 30, 2023; the cost of the agreement will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 818080 ( 616,737 Construction); the revenue from the agreement will be deposited into Account Nos. 201 44905 511250 ( 391,737 State TAP Funds) and 201 44905 583340 ( 225,000 DWSD). (2018-30-039)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, boards and commissions, streets, intergovernmental, water, stormwater, construction, and funding

XI.
UPCOMING COMMITTEE AND TASK FORCE MEETINGS

The following meetings are to be held in Commission Hearing Room 704, 500 Griswold Street, Detroit, MI, unless otherwise indicated:

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions and streets

COMMITTEE ON GOVERNMENT OPERATIONS Tuesday, June 26, 2018, 10:00 a.m.

No additional detail provided

COMMITTEE ON ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT Tuesday, June 26, 2018, 11:00 a.m.

COMMITTEE ON WAYS AND MEANS Tuesday, June 26, 2018, 12:00 p.m.

Tagged Passions:development, Development, and economic development

COMMITTEE ON HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Tuesday, June 26, 2018, 1:30 p.m.

COMMITTEE ON AUDIT Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 9:30 a.m. COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SAFETY, JUDICIARY AND HOMELAND SECURITY Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 11:00 a.m.

Tagged Passions:services, health, public safety, audit, Immigration, and security

COMMITTEE ON PUBLIC SERVICES Wednesday, June 27, 2018, 12:00 p.m.

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, and public works

XII.
PUBLIC COMMENTS

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 30

XIlI. A. New Business

Tagged Passions:business

1.
Dated June 13, 2018 (received June 17th) requesting Commission approval of a case evaluation for a settlement in the City of Lincoln Park v the County of Wayne matter (Case No.: 12-003364-NZ) in the amount of up to 100,000; if approved, the settlement will be charged to Account No. 590 54003 911140 (Downriver). (2018-40-139)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, parks, and settlement

2.
Dated April 8, 2018 (received May 2nd) requesting Commission approval

of a three-year contract between the Charter County of Wayne and Wade Trim Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 556,917.54 for construction engineering services on Sibley Road (from Telegraph to Racho) in Brownstown Township for the Department of Public Services, Engineering Division; the County Executive advises that 6 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends Wade Trim Associates, Inc. as the high scorer meeting all qualifications; Wade Trim Associates, Inc. will subcontract 13.31 / 74,105.64 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Taylor) for quality assurance-construction materials testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads-Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-027)

Tagged Passions:Public Works, services, boards and commissions, public works, materials, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Wade Trim Associates, Inc. Address: 500 Griswold, Suite 2500, Detroit, MI 48226 Contact: Matthew Stacey (7343) 947-9700

3.
Dated April 8, 2018 (received June 1st) requesting Commission approval

of a three-year contract between the Charter County of Wayne and Wade Trim Associates, Inc. (of Detroit) not to exceed 289,603.27 for construction engineering services on Van Horn Road (Inkster Road to Arsenal Road) in Brownstown Township; the County Executive advises that 5 bids were received in response to 297 direct solicitations; after review, the Procurement Division recommends Wade Trim Associates, Inc. as the high scorer meeting all qualifications; Wade Trim Associates, Inc. will subcontract 10.77 / 31,198.32 with Somat Engineering, Inc. (of Taylor) for quality assurance-construction materials testing; the term of the contract will commence upon Commission approval for three years; the cost of the contract will be charged to Account No. 201 44908 817000 (Roads-Engineering/Architecture). (2018-30-028)

Tagged Passions:services, boards and commissions, materials, solicitation, contract, streets, RFP, rfp, purchasing, and construction

Firm: Wade Trim Associates, Inc. Address: 500 Griswold, Suite 2500, Detroit, MI 48226 Contact: Matthew Stacey (7343) 947-9700

4.
Dated March 13, 2018 (received June 19th) requesting Commission

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions

approval of Amendment No. 9 to a fiduciary agreement between the Charter County of Wayne and the Alliance of Downriver Watersheds (ADW) to continue to act as fiduciary for the activities of the ADW; the County Executive advises that the primary purpose of the ADW is to collectively address the requirements under the Michigan Department of

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 31 Environmental Quality s municipal separate storm water discharge permits issued to the County and communities in the downriver area and the 23 local public agencies and communities in the ADW believe substantial benefits can be derived through cooperative management of the Ecorse Creek, Combined Downriver and the Lower Huron River; Amendment No. 9 extends the term of the agreement from January 1, 2018 through December 31, 2019. (2016-70-005M9) B. Testimonial Resolutions and Certificates of Appreciation
Tagged Passions:Utility, utility, watershed, water, stormwater, and environment

1.
By Commissioner Bell honoring the following Graduating Seniors from Cody High School Medicine and Community Health Academy:

Ali Al-Ali DayJaire Mack Muhamad Al-Mahanawi Errykah Martin Faith Alford Sharea Martin Tiara Alvin Amber McGhee Taylor Anderson Precious McIlwain Ahmani Avery Malissa Milner Myles Ballard D'Ajah Mitchell JaJuan Berns Angel Montgomery Jamal Booker Keshawn Nelson Marsiest Boseman William Newson D'Shaun Bradley Eyo Oku David Brooks Brionna Porter Jaquale Burnett Evelyn Powell Marcus Burnett Paris Quinn Makayla Calhoun Alisha Rambin Jermaine Clack Jalisha Reed

Tagged Passions:health, education, recognition, and seniors

Emanuel Clark Christopher Reynolds

Gregory Cooper Tierra Richards Lewis Cross III Demontray Robinson Brenda Davis Miykele Rose Kenyon Davis Xzavier Sanders Elijuwan Dawson Shcorre Scott Ja'onna Dean Jaylon Seabrooks Contrail Dowdell Ja'Mario Shaw

D'Naye Fisher Gerard Sims

Qwnell Gibson Justin Smiley

Catherine Hale Emoni Smith Starr Hale Davontae Spears Antonio Harrell Terrance Spruce Jermaine Harris Jaylon Stevens Amari Harris-Dickson Kayla Stockton Shanelle Hendricks Courtney Stone Erin Henson Semuel Stroughter AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 32 Diamond Hill Danarvis Taylor

Justice Hill Anthony Thornton

Antonio Hollis Daron Tucker Samuel Ivory Adriana Walker Antonio Jackson Danielle Walker Quinton Jackson Briana Wallace Stephanie Jackson Jasmine Wardlaw Carl Johnson Terrence Watkins Tyler Johnson Makyla Wheatley Christopher Jones Monie White

Diamond Jones Destiny Wiley

Desmond Lake Bernard Williams

Amber Lewis Charmaine Williams Edward Lewis Kayla Williams

Yoshira Lewis Khristion Wyche

Roshonda Lockhart Iyahna Youngblood

2.
By Commissioner Ware horning the following students for participating in

Martin Luther King Junior Senior High School promotional ceremony: Abner, Kitric Lewis, Jordan Adams, Jeremy Lewis, Katelynn Alexander, Dyamond Lewis, Paris Alexandre, Jean Luke Lewis, Shyren Ali, Abdus-Qaadir Logan, Olivia Alsup, Jamya Long, Kierianna Amerson-bulger, Lena Loury, Ashley Anderson, Brandon Love, Donte Anderson, Elrah Loyd, Aniyah Applewhite, Justin Luckett, Toneisha Archie, Baylee Lyons, Bri'Aja Asabigi, Nabila Mapp, Kaylin Austin, Joseph Marshall, Antonio Austin, Kyrus Marshall, Javiar Ayachi, Yasmine Marshall, Lee Bailey, Charle'A Mathis, Jamel Bailey, Delana Mayberry, Joshua Bailey, Sha'Rea Mayers, Daijon Baldwin, Shalia McCain-Taylor, Vanetrea Ball, Michael McCall, Timya Barber, Autumn McChristian, Te'Ojhanae Baytops, Rayona McClinton, Jayda Beasley, Mareea McClinton, Jordan Blackwell, Tiesha McCutchen, Marcus Bonner, Moeanna McGaughy, Halana Bonner, Zy'Aire McGinnis, Ta'Janea Boswell, Jalyn Mclendon, Jonae AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 33 Bozeman, Jayshawn Means, Kenasha Bracken, Amir Miles, Ernest Brooks, Daliza Mitchell, Mariah Brooks, Jevon Mitchell-Leak, Lakhaira Brooks, Ma'Kayla Mixon, Kaivon Brooks, Ma'Kiya Mixon, Yasmine Brown, Donavan Moore, Charles Brown, Gabrielle Moore, Dalante' Brown, Luvasya Moorejackson, Anthony Brown, Maurice Morgan, Andre Browning, Kyiesha Morrow, Deshawn Brown Jr., Curtis Morton, Jae'Veyon Bullard, Shamar Muhammad, Elijah Burke, Alana Murphy, Deliah Burns, Taylor Murry, Shantee Calhoun, Faith Newsome, Dhevhouen Calloway, Anijah Niang-Casey, Messiah Cannon, Diamond Noreiga, Kira Carlisle, Charisma Norwood, Abdulnaza Carr, Sharnisha Oliver, Angel Carter, Damond Patterson, Jamarius Cato, Khari Patton, Tyreon Charles, Danisha Payne, Michael Clanton, Desmond Peeples, Ryan Clark, Jazanee Phillips, Derrin Claxton, Bre'eya Pitts, Aaron Clay, Lauran Plant, Daniel Cole, Jordin Pollard, Francietta Coles, Naiyah Porter, Denicholas Collins, Tyerese Porter, Royce Cowans, Mia Powell, Z'hia Craighead, Jon-Nicholas Prim, Austian Craighead, Sharae Pritchett, Taymil Craigmiles, Queenyatta Reeder, Jhamell Crawford, Tyler Reese, Destiny Crumpler, Malik Reeves, Tyanna Cummings, Alexis Robertson, Breanna Cutright, Kayla Robinson, Dante Czarnecki, Ashlee Robinson, Dorian Daley, Ni'Elah Robinson, JaQuan Dalton, Gabrielle Rondeau, Dominique Dalton, Kynlyn Rouse, Cortez Dancy, Keiah Rozier, Macceo Davis, James Ruffin, Marquan Davis , Quanniece Sanders, Tatayana AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 34 Davis, Tania Sanders, Tayari Dillard, Furman Sanford, Lamaze Dolle, Owen Sheely, Justice Douglas, La-Toris Shelton, Ajanae Dozier, Natosha Shorter, Mariah Drain, Ariel Sims, Paul Drew, Derryion Smiley, Jeriell Duncan, Durell Smith, Aniah Durkins, Delshawn Smith, De'Myah Durr, Marques Smith, Juwuan Earnest, Omar Smith, Melvin Edwards, Matthew Smith, Niah Fields, Jalin Smith, Rebecca Finley, Jada Smith, Tia Fossett, De Yante Smith, Zachary Foster, Deshawn Smothers, Kayla French, Tyla Spencer, Lanikia Garland, Mya Spivey, Taylor Garrett, Zion Stanley, Deangelo Garrison, Devon Stover, DezTanie Gatewood, Kameron Sullivan, Zy'Awn Gatlin, Kianna Sylvester, Kwame Gibbs, Marcus Tarver, Jordan Gibson, Erik Taylor, Drevon Gill, Chanel Taylor, Tyrice Goodson, Diamond Tedford, Tamera Green, Darius Tedford, Tamyra Greene, Allisco Tellis, Ayubu Griffin, Tania Temple, Careal Hall, Lacinta Thomas, Ananda Hamilton, Autumn Thomas, Anya Hamilton, Terus Thomas, Aric Hampton, Nya Thomas, Asia Hansberry, Ma'Naesha Thomas, Brandy Hardge, Jeremiah Thomas, Charteria Harris, Destiny Thomas, Micah Harris, Jaylin Thompson, Dawion Harris IV, Robert Toles, Azaria Harvey, Jaylin Torry, Tajinae Hatcher, JaNiya Travis, Jeston Hatley, Cierra Trice, Elizabeth Hayes, Dontze Trotter, Richard Henderson, Tajina Tubbs, Gary Herron, Mo'Shaila Turner, Ayanna Hill, Brailyn Tyson, Dakenna AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 35

Tagged Passions:plant, education, and students

Hill, D' Avionne' Tyson, Destiny

Hill, Lamar Wadford, Wa'Jae Hill, Symiae Walker, Jaila Hobbs, James Ware, Chloe Hogan, Angelina Washington, Quaneisha Holley, Terrence Watkins, Anthony Howard, Precious Watkins, Denaeja Hubbard, Sydnei Webster, Martez Hudson, Alaya Wellons, Katerra Hughes, Cedreaouna Werdlow, Jakala Iverson, Takiyah Wesley, Walter Ivory, Jason West, Deandre Jackson, DaiSharmonie Wheeler, Anquniece Jackson, Jalen White, Jaquan Jackson, Kaleyah White, Maurice Jackson, Kapricee White, Victor Jackson, Tiara Whitsell, Darnasia James, Jazzlyn Whitson, Cecelia James, Kierra Wilks, Karon Johns, Destinee Williams, D'Angelo Johnson, Aaliayah Williams, Daejanay Johnson, Denaysia Williams, Je'mela Johnson, Dennis Williams, Malik Johnson, Jo'Chaun Williams, Mo'Sedsha Johnson, Kellen Williams, Ziayas Johnson, Keyontae Willingham, Heaven Jolliffi, Antwan Wilson, Erricka Jones, Eugene Windom, Marquan Jones, Kiara Wood, Jordan Jones, Roderick Wood, Madison Jones, Shantice Woods, Jaylen Jones, Sher'Cole Wooten, NaKyah Kellogg, Montel Wright, Dominiq King, Merciea Wright, Tez King, Omaker Yanish, Christian Knox, Christine Young, Ayreanna Lacey, Destiny Young, Jadica Lambert, Davan AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 36

3.
By Commissioner Ware horning the following students for participating Southeastern High School s promotional ceremony:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:education and students

4.
By Commissioner Davis honoring the following 50 Female Stalwarts of District 6- Northwest Detroit:

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition

1.
Gladys Moore - Cherokee Norfolk Berg Chippewa (CNBC) Community Group

No additional detail provided

2.
Joni Mortier - Greater Sandhill Neighborhood Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood

3.
Peggy Noble - College Park Community Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks and university

4.
Olivia Shakoor - Crary St. Marys Community Council

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

5.
Pamela Samuel - Berg-Lahser Community Association

No additional detail provided

6.
Deborah Belville - West Outer Drive Block Club

No additional detail provided

7.
Carol Yavurian - Cherokee Norfolk Berg Chippewa (CNBC) Community Group

No additional detail provided

8.
Helen Hart - Ardmore Brookline Community Association

No additional detail provided

9.
LaDon Davis - 1920 Burgess Block Club

No additional detail provided

10.
Dorothy Menefee - Evergreen Lahser 7/8 Mile

No additional detail provided

11.
Gwen Wethersby - Forrer Block Club

No additional detail provided

12.
Michelle Ruffin - Malverne Hill Neighborhood Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood

13.
Sandra Sterling - Calvary Community Association

No additional detail provided

14.
Joyce Brooks - Bethune Community Council

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

15.
Carlene Napier - Malverne Hill Neighborhood Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood

16.
Jackuline McKinney - Miller Grove Community Association

No additional detail provided

17.
Judy Cartier - Greater Sandhill Neighborhood Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood

18.
Ann Parker - Greater Sandhill Neighborhood Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:neighborhood

19.
Vicki Holmes - Minock Park Block Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

20.
Clarenda Webb - North Rosedale Park Captains Coordinator

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

21.
Lisa Bednar - Mortenson Grand River Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:watershed

22.
Tanisha Anderson - DARTS Friends II

Banks, Equan Lee, Ariyana Banks, Tony Love, Steven Barnett, Sharday Mathews, Sydney Camper, Cellus Matthews, Christopher Carter, Destiny Mayers, DeAsia Cato, Olivia McCraney, Dezerae Christian, Destini McCraney, Keyana Cooper, Brandon Mitchell-Smith, Justice Cutler, Danajah Murphy, Curtis Currie, Cody Murphy, Trez Dancy, De'Vianti Peterson, Kiarra Fudge, David Perkins, Jacob Gordon, Jeris Pruitt, Eric Hargo, Michael Pruitt, Erica Honeycutt, Angela Reed, D'Janel Jeter, Chavez Robertson, Dezonna Johnson, Anthony Rodgers, Artez Jones, Antoine Smith, Lydell Kemp, Satoya Stokes, Kalifah Lacey, Darius Scandrick, Ariel Lawrence, DeJuan AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 37

23.
Jackie Moore - SDM2

No additional detail provided

24.
Tommie Williams - Greenview Block Club

No additional detail provided

25.
Doris Topping - Rainbow Hessel Block Club

No additional detail provided

26.
Robin Pinkston - Oak Grove Block Club

No additional detail provided

27.
Debora Wright - Oak Grove Block Club

No additional detail provided

28.
Patricia Taylor Braxton - O Hair Park Community Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

29.
Susan Stellar - O Hair Park Community Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

30.
Colleen Flaherty - O Hair Park Community Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

31.
Joyce Daniel - O Hair Park Community Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

32.
Susan Kirkwood - Greenview Block Club

No additional detail provided

33.
Lucy Cable - Greenview Block Club

No additional detail provided

34.
Beverly Frederick - North Rosedale Park Code Enforcement Chairperson

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks and codes enforcement

35.
Brigitte Bauman - San Bernando Park Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

36.
Keita Walker - College Park Community Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks and university

37.
Ora Williams - Stout St. Block Club (N.Brightmoor)

No additional detail provided

38.
Cassandra Taylor - Annchester Block Club

No additional detail provided

39.
Evelyn Blackshear - Bennett St. Block Club

No additional detail provided

40.
Alicia George - Old Redford/Motor City Blight Busters

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:blight

41.
Judy Spradley - Pembroke St. BC

No additional detail provided

42.
Diane Hanks - Riverdale Community Association

No additional detail provided

43.
Cynthia Dorman - Riverdale Community Association

No additional detail provided

44.
Annette Flowers - Crary St. Marys Community Council

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council

45.
Marsena Mundy-Miller - Sunderland Block Club

No additional detail provided

46.
Stephanie Young - District Manager- City of Detroit

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:manager

47.
Latrice McClendon - Deputy District Manager- City of Detroit

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:manager

48.
Chelsea Neblett - Volunteer Coordinator- City of Detroit

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:volunteer

49.
Sherita Smith - Director of GRDC

No additional detail provided

50.
Marsha Bruhn - Vice-President- North Rosedale Park Civic Association

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:parks

5.
By Commissioner Davis presenting Community Service Certificates to the following community groups:

Berg Lahser Community Assocation Miller Grove Block Club Greenwich Park Association Biltmore Gardens Block Club Evergreen Lahser 7/8 Mile Roads Community Council

Tagged Passions:parks, council, and streets

6.
By Commissioner Clark-Coleman honoring Pastor Eddie Williams and Lakeridge Village C.O.G.I.C. in celebration of its new edifice

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition

7.
By Commissioner Anderson honoring Mr. Gregory Eberhardt for his 50

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition

years in the Ministry of Gospel Music

8.
By Commissioner Haidous honoring Belleville Area Museum upon

celebrating the preservation of local history for three communities

Tagged Passions:recognition, preservation, and history

9.
By Commissioner Marecki honoring Dr. Dennis Laurich upon the

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition

celebration of his 40th anniversary operating Laurich Dentistry

10.
By Commissioner Marecki honoring Esther Precobb upon the celebration

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition

of her 100th birthday

AGENDA June 21, 2018 PAGE 38

11.
By Commissioner Marecki honoring Game Room Guys upon its grand opening

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:recognition

12.
By Commissioner Marecki honoring Today Orthodontics Pediatric

Dentistry upon its grand opening C. Resolutions in Memoriam 1. By Commissioner Scott in memory of Agnes Bell Curry 2. By Commissioner Clark-Coleman in memory of Marvalene Richardson

Tagged Passions:recognition

XIV.
RECONSIDERATIONS

No additional detail provided

XV.
REMARKS BY MEMBERS

No additional detail provided

XVI.
ADJOURNMENT

Thursday, July 12, 2018 at 10:00 a.m.

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