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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Administration Building Board Room

220 N. Main Street Ann Arbor, MI

WASHTENAW COUNTY WEBSITE Roll Call

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Pledge Of Allegiance

Citizen Participation Commissioner Follow-Up To Citizen Participation Liaison Reports

Special Order Of Business

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A Public Hearing To Receive Comment On The Annexation Of A Portion Of Manchester Township By The Village Of Manchester.

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A Resolution Setting A Public Hearing For March 20, 2019 At 6:45 PM In The Board Room At 220 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan To Receive Public Input For The Washtenaw Urban County 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan.

URBAN COUNTY PUBLIC HEARING.PDF Appointments

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Appointments 1. A resolution appointing a Commissioner to the Ann Arbor/ Ypsilanti Smart Zone for a term ending June 30, 2019

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A resolution appointing members to the Local Emergency Planning Commission (LEPC)

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A resolution appointing members to the Community Mental Health (CMH) Board

No additional detail provided

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A resolution appointing members to the Environmental Council

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A resolution appointing a member to the Historic District Commission (HDC)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, and historic

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A resolution appointing members to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Commission

SMARTZONE APPOINTMENT.PDF LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS.PDF CMH BOARD APPOINTMENTS.PDF ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS.PDF HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION APPOINTMENT.PDF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) COMMISSION APPOINTMENT.PDF Consent Agenda

Tagged Passions:planning, council, boards and commissions, appointments, historic, services, emergency, environment, and EMS

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Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting (February 20, 2019) 2. Communications 3. Report of the Chair of the Board of Commissioners 4. Report of Standing Committees: Ways and Means (February 20, 2019) and

Working Session (February 21, 2019) 5. Report of Special Committees: FPC, Road Commission CAB (2018 catch -up),

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Public Works Board, Emergency Communications Millage POC, and Social Services Board

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Other Reports: 7. Report of the Treasurer 8. Approval of Claims

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A resolution authorizing payment of claims with the last previously adopted claims and continuing through the date of February 15, 2019

Consent Agenda BOARDMINUTES-2-20-19.PDF COMMUNICATIONS 3-6-19.PDF 2-20-19 WAYS AND MEANS.PDF 2-21-2019 WORKING SESSION.PDF SPECIAL COMM. 3-6-19.PDF CLAIMS.PDF Resolutions

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WAYS AND MEANS February 20, 2019 A. A resolution approving all formula grants received by the Office of Community and Economic Development with a fiscal year starting during the 2019 calendar year

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A resolution authorizing expenditures in excess of 10,000 for the repair of the Four Mile Lake Level

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1 A OCED BLANKET RESOLUTION.PDF 9 1 B FOUR MILE LAKE LEVEL RESOLUTION 2.PDF

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WAYS AND MEANS March 6, 2019 A. A resolution amending the Board of Commissioners rules and regulations

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A resolution appropriating 5,000 to the Friends of Rutherford Pool

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2 A BOARD RULES RESOLUTION.PDF APPROPRIATION TO RUTHERFORD POOL.PDF

3. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS March 6, 2019 A. A resolution determining and ordering a change in the boundaries of the Village of Manchester
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A resolution affirming the 2019 Calendar of Deliverables C. A resolution recognizing Smokehouse 52 BBQ as the recipient of the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Large Business Leadership Award D. A resolution recognizing RK Studios LLC as the recipient of the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Small Business Leadership Award

MANCHESTER ANNEXATION.PDF 2019 CALENDAR OF DELIVERABLES.PDF SMOKEHOUSE 52.PDF RK STUDIOS.PDF

Tagged Passions:business, recognition, small business, and annexation

Report From The County Administrator

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Items For Current/Future Discussion

Adjournment Next Board Meeting [March 20, 2019] Board Room, Administration Building 6:45 p.m.

Ways Means Committee [March 20, 2019] Board Room, Administration Building 6:30 p.m.

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Agenda WASHTENAW COUNTY

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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Administration Building Board Room

220 N. Main Street Ann Arbor, MI

WASHTENAW COUNTY WEBSITE Roll Call

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Pledge Of Allegiance

Citizen Participation Commissioner Follow-Up To Citizen Participation Liaison Reports

Special Order Of Business

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A Public Hearing To Receive Comment On The Annexation Of A Portion Of Manchester Township By The Village Of Manchester.

No additional detail provided

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A Resolution Setting A Public Hearing For March 20, 2019 At 6:45 PM In The Board Room At 220 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan To Receive Public Input For The Washtenaw Urban County 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan.

URBAN COUNTY PUBLIC HEARING.PDF Appointments

Tagged Passions:streets, appointments, and hearing

Appointments 1. A resolution appointing a Commissioner to the Ann Arbor/ Ypsilanti Smart Zone for a term ending June 30, 2019

No additional detail provided

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A resolution appointing members to the Local Emergency Planning Commission (LEPC)

No additional detail provided

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A resolution appointing members to the Community Mental Health (CMH) Board

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, appointments, and mental health

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A resolution appointing members to the Environmental Council

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Tagged Passions:council, appointments, and environment

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A resolution appointing a member to the Historic District Commission (HDC)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, and historic

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A resolution appointing members to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Commission

SMARTZONE APPOINTMENT.PDF LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS.PDF CMH BOARD APPOINTMENTS.PDF ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS.PDF HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION APPOINTMENT.PDF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) COMMISSION APPOINTMENT.PDF Consent Agenda

Tagged Passions:planning, council, boards and commissions, appointments, historic, services, emergency, environment, and EMS

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Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting (February 20, 2019) 2. Communications 3. Report of the Chair of the Board of Commissioners 4. Report of Standing Committees: Ways and Means (February 20, 2019) and

Working Session (February 21, 2019) 5. Report of Special Committees: FPC, Road Commission CAB (2018 catch -up),

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, communications, and Communications

Public Works Board, Emergency Communications Millage POC, and Social Services Board

Tagged Passions:social services, taxes, Taxes, services, emergency, Public Works, communications, public works, and Communications

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Other Reports: 7. Report of the Treasurer 8. Approval of Claims

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Tagged Passions:Treasurer and TREASURER

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A resolution authorizing payment of claims with the last previously adopted claims and continuing through the date of February 15, 2019

Consent Agenda BOARDMINUTES-2-20-19.PDF COMMUNICATIONS 3-6-19.PDF 2-20-19 WAYS AND MEANS.PDF 2-21-2019 WORKING SESSION.PDF SPECIAL COMM. 3-6-19.PDF CLAIMS.PDF Resolutions

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WAYS AND MEANS February 20, 2019 A. A resolution approving all formula grants received by the Office of Community and Economic Development with a fiscal year starting during the 2019 calendar year

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, economic development, development, and Development

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A resolution authorizing expenditures in excess of 10,000 for the repair of the Four Mile Lake Level

No additional detail provided

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1 A OCED BLANKET RESOLUTION.PDF 9 1 B FOUR MILE LAKE LEVEL RESOLUTION 2.PDF

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WAYS AND MEANS March 6, 2019 A. A resolution amending the Board of Commissioners rules and regulations

No additional detail provided

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A resolution appropriating 5,000 to the Friends of Rutherford Pool

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2 A BOARD RULES RESOLUTION.PDF APPROPRIATION TO RUTHERFORD POOL.PDF

3. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS March 6, 2019 A. A resolution determining and ordering a change in the boundaries of the Village of Manchester
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A resolution affirming the 2019 Calendar of Deliverables C. A resolution recognizing Smokehouse 52 BBQ as the recipient of the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Large Business Leadership Award D. A resolution recognizing RK Studios LLC as the recipient of the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Small Business Leadership Award

MANCHESTER ANNEXATION.PDF 2019 CALENDAR OF DELIVERABLES.PDF SMOKEHOUSE 52.PDF RK STUDIOS.PDF

Tagged Passions:business, recognition, small business, and annexation

Report From The County Administrator

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Items For Current/Future Discussion

Adjournment Next Board Meeting [March 20, 2019] Board Room, Administration Building 6:45 p.m.

Ways Means Committee [March 20, 2019] Board Room, Administration Building 6:30 p.m.

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Agenda WASHTENAW COUNTY

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BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS Administration Building Board Room

220 N. Main Street Ann Arbor, MI

WASHTENAW COUNTY WEBSITE Roll Call

Tagged Passions:streets

Pledge Of Allegiance

Citizen Participation Commissioner Follow-Up To Citizen Participation Liaison Reports

Special Order Of Business

Tagged Passions:business

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A Public Hearing To Receive Comment On The Annexation Of A Portion Of Manchester Township By The Village Of Manchester.

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:hearing and annexation

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A Resolution Setting A Public Hearing For March 20, 2019 At 6:45 PM In The Board Room At 220 North Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan To Receive Public Input For The Washtenaw Urban County 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan.

URBAN COUNTY PUBLIC HEARING.PDF Appointments

Tagged Passions:streets, appointments, and hearing

Appointments 1. A resolution appointing a Commissioner to the Ann Arbor/ Ypsilanti Smart Zone for a term ending June 30, 2019

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:appointments

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A resolution appointing members to the Local Emergency Planning Commission (LEPC)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, appointments, and emergency

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A resolution appointing members to the Community Mental Health (CMH) Board

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:health, appointments, and mental health

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A resolution appointing members to the Environmental Council

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:council, appointments, and environment

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A resolution appointing a member to the Historic District Commission (HDC)

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, appointments, and historic

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A resolution appointing members to the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) Commission

SMARTZONE APPOINTMENT.PDF LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMISSION APPOINTMENTS.PDF CMH BOARD APPOINTMENTS.PDF ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL APPOINTMENTS.PDF HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION APPOINTMENT.PDF EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) COMMISSION APPOINTMENT.PDF Consent Agenda

Tagged Passions:planning, council, boards and commissions, appointments, historic, services, emergency, environment, and EMS

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Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting (February 20, 2019) 2. Communications 3. Report of the Chair of the Board of Commissioners 4. Report of Standing Committees: Ways and Means (February 20, 2019) and

Working Session (February 21, 2019) 5. Report of Special Committees: FPC, Road Commission CAB (2018 catch -up),

Tagged Passions:boards and commissions, streets, communications, and Communications

Public Works Board, Emergency Communications Millage POC, and Social Services Board

Tagged Passions:social services, taxes, Taxes, services, emergency, Public Works, communications, public works, and Communications

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Other Reports: 7. Report of the Treasurer 8. Approval of Claims

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A resolution authorizing payment of claims with the last previously adopted claims and continuing through the date of February 15, 2019

Consent Agenda BOARDMINUTES-2-20-19.PDF COMMUNICATIONS 3-6-19.PDF 2-20-19 WAYS AND MEANS.PDF 2-21-2019 WORKING SESSION.PDF SPECIAL COMM. 3-6-19.PDF CLAIMS.PDF Resolutions

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WAYS AND MEANS February 20, 2019 A. A resolution approving all formula grants received by the Office of Community and Economic Development with a fiscal year starting during the 2019 calendar year

No additional detail provided

Tagged Passions:grant, economic development, development, and Development

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A resolution authorizing expenditures in excess of 10,000 for the repair of the Four Mile Lake Level

No additional detail provided

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1 A OCED BLANKET RESOLUTION.PDF 9 1 B FOUR MILE LAKE LEVEL RESOLUTION 2.PDF

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WAYS AND MEANS March 6, 2019 A. A resolution amending the Board of Commissioners rules and regulations

No additional detail provided

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A resolution appropriating 5,000 to the Friends of Rutherford Pool

No additional detail provided

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2 A BOARD RULES RESOLUTION.PDF APPROPRIATION TO RUTHERFORD POOL.PDF

3. BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS March 6, 2019 A. A resolution determining and ordering a change in the boundaries of the Village of Manchester
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A resolution affirming the 2019 Calendar of Deliverables C. A resolution recognizing Smokehouse 52 BBQ as the recipient of the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Large Business Leadership Award D. A resolution recognizing RK Studios LLC as the recipient of the Chelsea Area Chamber of Commerce 2018 Small Business Leadership Award

MANCHESTER ANNEXATION.PDF 2019 CALENDAR OF DELIVERABLES.PDF SMOKEHOUSE 52.PDF RK STUDIOS.PDF

Tagged Passions:business, recognition, small business, and annexation

Report From The County Administrator

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Items For Current/Future Discussion

Adjournment Next Board Meeting [March 20, 2019] Board Room, Administration Building 6:45 p.m.

Ways Means Committee [March 20, 2019] Board Room, Administration Building 6:30 p.m.

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COUNTY ADMINISTRATOR 220 NORTH MAIN STREET, P.O. BOX 8645

ANN ARBOR, MICHIGAN 48107-8645 (734) 222-6850 FAX (734) 222-6715

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TO: Jason Morgan, Chair Board of Commissioners

THROUGH: Gregory Dill County Administrator

FROM: Teresa Gillotti, Director Office of Community and Economic Development
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DATE: March 6, 2019

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RE: Resolution to hold a Public Hearing To Solicit Public Input for Washtenaw

Urban County 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan on March 20, 2019.

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BOARD ACTION REQUESTED: It is requested that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners pass a resolution setting a public hearing to receive comments from the public on the specific projects and program that will be supported during the 2019-20 Action Plan period with CDBG, HOME and ESG funding.

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BACKGROUND: The decision-making body for the Urban County is the Urban County Executive Committee, which is made up of the Chair of the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners, as well as the chief elected officials of the twenty jurisdictions that participate in the Urban County, or their formal designees. The Urban County Executive Committee meets monthly to discuss the current and potential uses of CDBG, HOME and ESG funding to serve low and moderate-income residents of their jurisdictions.

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CDBG/HOME/ESG funding estimates for the 2019-20 Fiscal Year are as follows: Community Development Block Grant (CDBG): 1,900,000 HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME): 902,878 Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG): 167,288 TOTAL 2,970,166

The Action plan includes the scope and projects for funding in 2019/2020, in line with The second year of the 5-Year Consolidated Plan that covers Program Years 2018 2022.

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DISCUSSION: HUD requires at least one public hearing during the development of Annual Action Plan and a 30-day public comment period. The 30-day public comment period for the Draft 2019-20 Action Plan is scheduled for March 4 through April 4, 2019. In addition to the requested Public Hearing at the March 20th Board of Commissioners meeting, the

Urban County Executive Committee will hold a public hearing on March 6th, 2019 at the Learning Resource Center, and the City of Ann Arbor Housing and Human Services Advisory Board will hold a public hearing on March 14th, 2019 at 200 N. Main Street. IMPACT ON PERSONNEL: No impacts are indicated for this Resolution. IMPACT ON BUDGET: The action plan would result in an estimated 3 million in funding for community infrastructure, human services, affordable housing, and homelessness prevention services in the county.
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IMPACT ON INDIRECT COSTS: No impacts are indicated for this Resolution.

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IMPACT ON OTHER COUNTY DEPARTMENTS OR OUTSIDE AGENCIES: The funding is leveraged in several other programs including the Continuum of Care, Washtenaw Coordinated Funding, and in some cases, local infrastructure projects.

CONFORMITY TO COUNTY POLICIES The resolution conforms to County policies, and has been reviewed by Corporation Counsel, Finance and County Administration. ATTACHMENTS/APPENDICES Resolution to set public hearing Newspaper notice A RESOLUTION SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING TO SOLICIT PUBLIC INPUT FOR THE WASHTENAW URBAN COUNTY 2019-2020 ANNUAL ACTION PLAN TO BE SUBMITTED TO THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HOUSING AND URBAN DEVELOPMENT
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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WHEREAS, pursuant to U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) regulations as a recipient of federal Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) Program and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funding; and

WHEREAS, on behalf of the Washtenaw Urban County, the Office of Community and Economic Development (OCED) will submit the 2019-20 Action Plan in May 2019 to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD); and WHEREAS, this public hearing provides community feedback on the Urban County Executive Committee recommendations for the upcoming fiscal year s allocations of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG), HOME Investment Partnership (HOME) Program and Emergency Solutions Grant (ESG) funding; and

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WHEREAS, HUD requires at least one public hearing during the development of Annual Action Plan, a 30-day public comment period, and a summary of those comments must be included in the document; and

WHEREAS, the Urban County Executive Committee will hold a public hearing on March 6, 2019 at the Learning Resource Center; and WHEREAS, the City of Ann Arbor Housing and Human Services Advisory Board will hold a public hearing on March 14, 2019; and WHEREAS, the Board of Commissioners is establishing a public hearing to receive comments from the public on the specific projects and programs that will be supported during the 2019-20 Action Plan period with CDBG, HOME and ESG funding. NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners will hold a public hearing on Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 6:45 p.m. (EST) at the Board room located at 220 N. Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan for the purpose of taking comments for the 2019-20 Annual Action Plan for submission to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
Tagged Passions:funding, streets, development, program, services, Development, hearing, housing, and cdbg

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARINGS

Public Hearings on Washtenaw Urban County Draft 2019 Program Year Annual Action Plan
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Pursuant to U.S. Department of Housing Urban Development regulations, notice is hereby given by the Washtenaw County Office of Community and Economic Development that three public hearings will be held to solicit citizen input on the Draft Washtenaw Urban County 2019-2020 Annual Action Plan. The Annual Action Plan identifies the specific projects and programs that the County intends to implement with CDBG, HOME and ESG funding during

the period July 1, 2019 June 30, 2020. Beginning on March 4, 2019, residents and interested parties can obtain the draft plan by contacting Tara Cohen at (734) 544-3056 or cohent@ewashtenaw.org or by downloading the plans from www.washtenaw.org/urbancounty
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. These hearings invite participation and/or written comments on the draft plan from any person having an interest, or their duly appointed representative, in the following Urban County jurisdictions: City of Ann Arbor, City of Dexter, City of Saline, City of Ypsilanti, Ann Arbor Township, Augusta Township, Bridgewater Township, Dexter Township, Lima Township, Manchester Township, Northfield Township, Pittsfield Township, Salem Township, Saline Township, Scio Township, Superior Township, Sylvan Township, Webster Township, York Township, and Ypsilanti Township. The

public hearings will be held on: Wednesday, March 6, 2019 at 2:00PM Urban County Executive Committee Meeting
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Learning Resource Center 4135 Washtenaw Ave.

Michigan Room Ann Arbor, MI 48107 Thursday, March 14, 2019 at 6:30PM

City of Ann Arbor Housing and Human Services Advisory Board 200 N. Main St.

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Lower Conference Room Ann Arbor, MI 48104

Wednesday, March 20, 2019 at 6:45PM Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners Washtenaw County Administration Building

Board of Commissioners Board Room 220 N. Main

Ann Arbor, MI 48104

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public comment period for the draft plan will begin on March 4, 2019 and end on April 4, 2019. If you would like to submit comments or request additional information, contact Tara Cohen at cohent@ewashtenaw.org or (734) 544- 3056.

Teresa Gillotti, Director Office of Community and Economic Development

The County of Washtenaw will provide the necessary auxiliary aids and services, such as signers for the hearing impaired and audiotapes of printed materials being considered at the meeting, to individuals with disabilities at the meeting/hearing upon seven (7) days notice to the County of Washtenaw. Individuals with disabilities requiring auxiliary aids or services should contact the County of Washtenaw by writing or calling the following: Human Resources; 220 North Main Street; P.O. Box 8645; Ann Arbor, Michigan 48107-8645. Phone (734) 994.2410, TDD (734) 994.1733. A RESOLUTION APPOINTING A COMMISSIONER TO THE ANN ARBOR YPSLANTI SMART ZONE FOR A TERM ENDING JUNE 20, 2019
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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WHEREAS, the Ann Arbor/ Ypsilanti SmartZone is a local development finance authority, created under Michigan Public Act 248 of 2000, designed to spur growth of technology related or research oriented businesses and employment opportunities; and WHEREAS, Washtenaw County was informed by the Ann Arbor/ Ypslanti SmartZone that the membership of the SmartZone needed to be modified to comply with state law; and WHEREAS, the SmartZone board is currently comprised of 9 members, six appointed by the City of Ann Arbor, and three appointed by the City of Ypsilanti; and
Tagged Passions:business, finance, appointments, development, employment, Technology, technology, Development, and growth

WHEREAS, state law requires that of the nine members, only seven appointees may come from cities, and that of the other seats, one must be appointed by county commission, and one by the community college;

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners hereby confirms the appointments of the Chair of the Board Commissioners of members to the following Boards, Committees, Commissions and agencies for various term expiration dates: Board/Committee/Commission Term Expiration Positions Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti SmartZone 6/30/2019 1)

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RESOLUTION RECOMMENDING NAMES OF INDIVIDUALS TO THE STATE EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMUNITY RIGHT-TO-KNOW COMMISSION FOR APPOINTMENT TO SERVE ON THE WASHTENAW COUNTY LOCAL EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMISSION

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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WHEREAS, the Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act (SARA) was enacted on October 17, 1986; and

WHEREAS, SARA Title III (The Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Act of 1986) established requirements for reporting on hazardous and toxic chemicals; and

WHEREAS, the State Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Commission was established in 1987; and WHEREAS, local emergency management jurisdictions were adopted to serve as emergency planning districts under Title III of SARA; and WHEREAS, Washtenaw County and the City of Ann Arbor each represent a district; and
Tagged Passions:planning, boards and commissions, and emergency

WHEREAS, each Local Emergency Planning Committee shall include at a minimum elected state, elected local, law enforcement, firefighting, first aid, health, civil defense, local environmental, hospital, transportation, broadcast and print media, community groups, owners and operators of facilities subject to the requirements under this Act; and

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Tagged Passions:health, planning, hospital, transportation, emergency, environment, and healthcare

WHEREAS, the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners directed the County Administrator to seek recommendations from various organizations and agencies for names of individuals for consideration by the Board for submission to the State for a Local Emergency Planning Committee (87-0260); and

WHEREAS, establishing a three-year term to revisit the recommended membership will effectively update the State Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Commission; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners hereby recommends the names of individuals to the State Emergency Planning and Community Right-To-Know Commission for appointment to the Washtenaw County Local Emergency Planning Committee for terms expiring December 31, 2020, as attached hereto and made a part hereof: Member Name Representation Name Term Expiration

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American Red Cross 12/31/2020

Firefighter 12/31/2020 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE WASHTENAW COUNTY COMMUNITY MENTAL HEALTH BOARD

Tagged Passions:health, appointments, fire departments and districts, and mental health

WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WHEREAS, the Washtenaw Community Health Organization Board was established to provide an integrated health care delivery system to provide mental health, substance abuse and primary and specialty health care to Medicaid, low income and indigent consumers as defined by the Mental Health Code and Medicaid Eligibility Guidelines; and
Tagged Passions:health, health insurance, poverty, and mental health

WHEREAS, the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners has approved the creation of a Washtenaw County Community Mental Health (CMH) Board (15-0136); and

WHEREAS, the Washtenaw County CMH Board will be comprised of 12 members, appointed by the Board of Commissioners and must meet the following composition requirements:

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At least 1/3 of the membership shall be primary consumers or family members, and of that 1/3 at least 1/2 of those members shall be primary consumers.

o Not more than 4 members of a board may be County Commissioners. o Not more than 1/2 of the total board members may be state, county, or local public officials WHEREAS, a primary consumer is an individual who has received or is receiving services from the Department of Community Health or a community health services program or services from the private sector equivalent to those offered by the Department of Community Health or a Community Mental Health Program; and
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WHEREAS, three vacancies exist for citizens representing Secondary Consumer, Member-at- Large, and University of Michigan Health System; and

NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners hereby appoints the following members to the Washtenaw County Community Mental Health Board: Name Representation Expiration Member-at-Large 3/31/22 Secondary Consumer 3/31/22

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University of Michigan 3/31/22

A RESOLUTION APPOINTING MEMBERS TO THE WASHTENAW COUNTY ENVIRONMENTAL COUNCIL
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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WHEREAS, on November 28, 2018 the Board of Commissioners established the Washtenaw County Environmental Council (resolution 18-191); and WHEREAS, the Environmental Council is a subcommittee of the County Board of Commissioners, to consist of 11-13 members per the approved Environmental Council Organizational Policy; WHEREAS, six vacancies exist on the Environmental Council, for terms that expire March 31, 2020; NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners hereby appoints the following members to the Washtenaw County Community Environmental Council: Name Representation Term Expiration Water Protection 3/31/2020 Community Groups 3/31/2020 Sustainable Agriculture 3/31/2020 Vehicle Emission Reduction Issues 3/31/2020 Public Health Issues 3/31/2020 Infrastructure Energy Reduction Issues 3/31/2020 A RESOLUTION APPOINTING A MEMBER TO THE WASHTENAW COUNTY HISTORIC DISTRICT COMMISSION
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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WHEREAS, one vacancy exists on the Historic District Commission; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners hereby appoints the following member to the Historic District Commission for the remainder of a term expiring as indicated: Name Representation Term Expiration Predecessor General Public 12/31/2020 Nancy Snyder A RESOLUTION APPOINTING REPRESENTATIVES TO THE WASHTENAW COUNTY EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) COMMISSION
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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WHEREAS, two vacancies exist on the Emergency Medical Services Commission for the remainder of three-year terms expiring December 31, 2020; and NOW THEREFORE BE IT RESOLVED that the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners hereby appoints the following representative to the Emergency Medical Services Commission:
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Member Representation Term 1) Consumer 12/31/20

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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Wednesday, February 20, 2019

RECORD OF PROCEEDINGS

A session of the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners was held at the Administration Building, in the City of Ann Arbor, Michigan, on Wednesday, February 20, 2019. Jason Morgan, Chair of the Board of Commissioners, called the meeting to order at 6:51 p.m.

MEMBERS PRESENT: Comms. Beeman, Brabec, Jamnick, Jefferson, LaBarre, Maciejewski, Morgan, Scott,

and Shink MEMBERS ABSENT: None OTHERS PRESENT: Greg Dill, County Administrator; Deputy County Administrator, Diane Heidt; Curt

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Hedger Michelle Billard, Corporation Counsel; Kelly Belknap, Finance; Ellen Rabinowitz and Jennifer Brassow, Health Department; Dave Shirley, OIM; Corey Mason, Court Services; Paco Leon, ITS; Andrew DeLeeuw, County Administration; and Edwin Peart, Clerk s Office.

Roll Call
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Pledge of Allegiance

Citizen Participation None.

Commissioner Follow-Up to Citizen Participation

None. Liaison Reports

Special Order of Business

Appointments 19-020 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. LaBarre, moved to approve a resolution appointing individuals to the
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Agricultural Lands Preservation Advisory Committee (ALPAC). Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.

19-021 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. LaBarre, moved to approve a resolution appointing individuals to the Emergency Medical Services Commission. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. 19-022 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. LaBarre, moved to approve a resolution appointing individuals to the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC). Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. 19-023 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. LaBarre, moved to approve a resolution appointing individuals to the
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Substance Abuse Disorders Oversight Policy Board. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.

19-024 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. LaBarre, moved to approve a resolution appointing individuals to the Willow Run Joint Airport Zoning Board. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. Consent Agenda
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1.
Approval of Minutes of Previous Meeting

No additional detail provided

Comm. LaBarre, seconded by Comm. Scott, moved that the minutes of the February 6, 2019 meeting of the Board of Commissioners be approved. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.

2.
Communications (None)

3. Report of the Chair of the Board of Commissioners 4. Report of Standing Committees

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Comm. LaBarre, seconded by Comm. Scott, moved that the following reports be received: Ways and Means Committee (2/6/19) and Working Session (2/7/19).

Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. (Complete report is on file in the County Clerk/Register s Office.)

5.
Report of Special Committees (None)

No additional detail provided

6.
Other Reports

No additional detail provided

Comm. LaBarre, seconded by Comm. Scott, moved that the following report be received: contracts in the amount of 25,000 and under from January 1, 2019 to January 31, 2019.

Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion Carried. (Complete reports are on file in the County Clerk/Register s Office.) 7. Report of the Treasurer
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8.
Approval of Claims (None)

Resolutions

A.
Ways and Means February 6, 2019

19-025 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution ratifying the signature of

the County Administrator on the letter of understanding with the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System for support for the Prescription of Health program. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.

19-026 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution authorizing the signature of the County Administrator on the contract with the National Association of County and City Health Officials for the Opioid Overdose Surveillance Pilot Project. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. 19-027 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution ratifying the signature of
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the County Administrator on the amended Clean Sweep Project contract with the Michigan Department of Agriculture. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.

19-028 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution approving the position
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changes and the creation of Senior Clerk positions within the Trial Court. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.

19-029 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution approving borrowing for the purposes of the delinquent tax process. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.
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B.
Board of Commissioners February 20, 2019

19-030 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution honoring Adrian Eder for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. 19-031 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution honing Patrick Quinn for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. 19-032 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution honoring Alexander Sanford for achieving the rank of Eagle Scout. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. 19-033 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution establishing the Washtenaw County Board of Commissioners Community Mental Health Funding Task Force and defining its scope of purpose. Comm. Morgan moved that this item be pulled for a separate vote. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried. 19-034 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution requesting that the

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Governor of the State of Michigan and the Michigan Attorney General investigate the lawfulness of the ten million dollar grant to Salem Township. Comm. Shink, seconded by Comm. Brabec, moved to amend the resolution by substituting it for the version provided at the meeting. Voice vote motion carried. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.

19-035 Comm. Scott, seconded by Comm. Maciejewski, moved to approve a resolution approving the submission of Washtenaw County Public Health Plan of Organization and authorizing the Chair of the Board of Commissioners to sign the Plan of Organization approval form. Roll Call Vote: YEAS 9 NAYS 0 ABSENT 0 Motion carried.
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Report of the County Administrator

None. Items for Current/Future Discussion None.
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Adjournment

Comm. Shink, seconded by Comm. Brabec, moved to adjourn. Motion carried.

The meeting adjourned at 7:03 p.m.

___________________________________ Jason Morgan, Chair

___________________________________________ Lawrence Kestenbaum, Clerk/Register By: Edwin Peart, Deputy Clerk

Board Approved: 3/6/19

WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

Communications Page R-0008 RECEIVED: February 19, 2019. A resolution for Poverty Exemption guidelines from the Lima Township Board of Trustees. Received and filed. R-0009 RECEIVED: January 14, 2019. A letter from Tom Crawford (Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti SmartZone Secretary) regarding SmartZone s membership requirements. Received and filed. R-0010 RECEIVED: February 20, 2019. Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti SmartZone LDFA Annual Report for FY
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2018 (June 1 June 30). Received and filed.

R-0011 RECEIVED: February 26, 2019. A letter from the International Wildlife Refuge Alliance (IWRA) thanking the Board of Commissioners and Administration for their 200 donation in memory of John D. Dingell. Received and filed. R-0012 RECEIVED: February 27, 2019. A notice of public hearing from the Sylvan Township Planning Commission regarding property rezoning from Agriculture to low-density residential. Received and filed. Prepared for BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS approval at the meeting on March 6, 2019. Printed on Recycled Paper
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Local Development Financing Authority (LDFA)

Annual Report FY 2018 July 1 June 30 Created by PA 248 (2000) Specially created technology parks or geographic zones designed to spur growth of technology related or research oriented businesses and employment opportunities

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Provide services to facilitate commercialization of technologies emerging from Michigan universities and private companies

Michigan s SmartZonesSM Allowable activities include, but are not limited to: Acceleration and Incubation Services: Entrepreneurial training Business and executive management mentoring/coaching Business feasibility and planning Technology assessments and protection support SBIR/STTR assistance; grant writing Incubator, wet lab and business accelerator space w/ shared services Product development support Market analysis Introductions to sources of capital (and preparation)

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Creation of technology parks and infrastructure inside designated SmartZone boundaries

Management talent recruitment and retention Technology mining and transfer from research entities and universities
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SmartZone Activities Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

Received SmartZone status on April 11, 2001 Adoption of resolutions (AA and Ypsi) creating LDFA in June, 2002 Appointment of LDFA Board LDFA Plan for AA/Ypsi SmartZone adopted in November, 2002 Funding STATE funds distributed locally TIF Boundaries essentially the existing DDA boundaries in each city Financing mechanism allows capture of the incremental taxes for

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reinvestment within the boundaries of the authority Ann Arbor Ypsilanti Capture of DDA increment takes precedence over the LDFA LDFA funds used exclusively in Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti

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Initial SmartZone authorization: 2003 2018 SmartZone 15 year extension: 2018 2033 Funding distribution LDFA funds used 90 in Ann Arbor, 10 in Ypsilanti

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as of 7/1/17 Relationship established with satellite SmartZone Adrian/Tecumseh 15 year strategic plan completed in August 2018

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History Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

Represented a 304MM Impact in the Ann Arbor region 2,389 of funding leveraged, not counting acquisitions Worked with more than 400 companies Those companies represent 2,913 tech sector jobs in the region Net increase of 653.5 full time equivalent employees from

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onset of SmartZone engagement in 2003

Impact over Last 5 Years Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

Companies Served by Fiscal Year

New Starts: LDFA is still seeing growing numbers each year of new companies forming and requiring assistance

Expanding Impact: LDFA has also evolved to support the overall tech ecosystem to indirectly help more established companies survive and grow Companies Served Increasing Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

Early mentorship and funding are critical to improving the survival rate of start ups for long term success

No additional detail provided

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Status of 419 Companies Served in last 5 Fiscal Years

76
of companies initially served in 2013 are still in business today.

SBA.gov states half of small businesses survive 5 years, one third survive 10 years. Strong Retention of Start-Ups Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM
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25.8M In Capital Raised in Fiscal Year 2018

No additional detail provided

LDFA Funds Leveraged by Institutions Investors Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

Duo Security Enterprise data breach prevention software Acquired in 2018 by Cisco for 2.35 billion Previously raised 121 million of private capital >700 employees globally, >400 in Ann Arbor area Groundspeed Analytics Data analytics company that allows insurance brokers, carriers to realize the advantage of their unstructured data. Raised 30 million of private capital in 2018* >40 employees in Ann Arbor area SPARK Entrepreneur Boot Camp 2015 Graduate *LDFA FY19, not included in prior slides calculations and graphics

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LDFA-Supported Success Stories Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

Phase I screening for programmatic fit, review by advisors/ consultants; referral to Phase II Phase II in-depth evaluation to determine capability of business for consulting help in Phase III; 50 outsourced to qualified subcontractors Phase III advance firms to seed stage; address strategic issues, help develop business plan/ schedule/budget, implementation of milestone plan; 100 outsourced to qualified subcontractors Education Entrepreneurs Boot Camp Business networking events CEO Masterclass SPARK.ed Executive in Residence attract and retain C-level individuals in the community; leverage their experience to add value to client companies
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Intern Matching Funds Program matching funds to a qualified client to enable them to retain graduating university talent with competitive pay

Digital Engagement Clinic accelerates a client s digital marketing efforts by employing interns who are simultaneously enrolled in a companion EMU practicum
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ExitMid-Late StageEarly StageSeedPre-SeedInvestigative

No additional detail provided

LDFA Business Acceleration Services Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

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Adrian/Tecumseh SmartZone Relationship

Mobility/Smart Cities Business Development Collaboration with Local Mobility

Centers Meeting of the Minds Ann Arbor Mobility Summit Mobility start-ups
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Other Supported Initiatives Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

Business accelerator services Incubator space: Seats for 65 start up employees, or approx.
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tenants and location for virtual companies (SPARK Central, 330 E. Liberty) Subsidized, short term leases Administrative support; internet services Utilities and property taxes; insurance; maintenance Meeting space

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Accounting: services to support agreement Marketing: addresses public relations, collateral materials

and internet initiatives that support LDFA funded programs and objectives Contracted Services By SPARK Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

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130 companies received Business Accelerator services 382 retained jobs 478.3 current FTEs = 96.3 new jobs

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25
companies utilized Entrepreneurial Boot Camp 43.5 retained jobs 44.5 current FTEs = 1 new job

No additional detail provided

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81
companies were incubator tenants 251 retained jobs 389 current FTEs = 138 new jobs 4 graduated to office space this year

89 educational programs and events hosted 5,895 attendees (1,302 entrepreneurs) Companies are served by a mix of programs, therefore jobs created by program contain overlapping figures. LDFA FY2018 Metrics Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM LDFA Planning for the Future Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM State of Michigan PA 248 (2000), PA 281(1986) By- Laws Agreement between AA and Ypsilanti Creating LDFA
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AA/Ypsi LDFA Development and TIF Plan

Rights and obligations of cities and AA/Ypsi SmartZone Authority to facilitate commercialization of high tech activities. Governs representation, proceedings, budget and financial records and dissolution of Authority. Describes District boundaries, tax capture, source and use of tax revenues, persons receiving benefit, staging and timeliness. Describes governance of Authority including membership, officers, records, meetings, and contracts. LDFA Authority Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM Board (9 members = 6 Ann Arbor + 3 Ypsilanti) Heather Grisham (Entrepreneur, CFO) - CHAIR Laura Hayden (Entrepreneur) Vice Chair Carrie Leahy (Attorney) Treasurer Paula Sorrell (UM and former MEDC) Stephen Rapundalo (Bio-Industry Assoc., CEO) Graydon Krapohl (Council Member) Joe Meyer (City) Phil Tepley (SBDC) Caryn Charter (EMU) Tom Crawford (City of Ann Arbor) - ex officio Recording Secretary Bill Mayer (AA Spark) ex officio Fred Molnar (MEDC) ex officio
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City of Ann Arbor

City of Ypsilanti

LDFA Board Members 2017-2018 Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM Actual Projected LDFA Tax Capture (Actual and Projected) Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM Actual FY2016 Actual FY2017 Actual FY2018 Budget FY2019 REVENUES Tax Revenue 2,512,493 3,169,097 3,566,551 3,870,000 Miscellaneous Revenue 162,455 127,970 75,000 Investment Income 16,897 80 12,431 31,117 Total Revenue 2,529,390 3,331,632 3,706,952 3,976,117 EXPENDITURES SPARK Business Accelerator Direct Staffing 546,000 674,868 722,795 760,000 Phase II Due Diligence 14,576 6,700 4,000 Phase III Intensive Service 605,000 828,164 716,170 800,000 Micro Loan Program for Entrepreneurs 100,000 50,000 Education Development Programs 33,268 99,156 Business Networking Events/Sponsorships 48,351 comb above 123,975 145,000 Bootcamp 47,000 47,500 47,500 50,000 Mobility Support 63,862 125,000 Internship Support Talent Training 226,186 311,902 387,710 480,000 Business Software Access for Clients 17,361 16,857 23,115 25,000 SPARK Central Incubator Operating Exp 219,930 239,468 263,823 250,000 Incubator Expansion 300,000 108,238 50,000 Ypsilanti SPARK East Operating Exp 126,070 175,000 SPARK East Business Acceleration 20,835 175,000 Other (TBD) 65,500 37,000 Sub Total 212,405 387,000 SPARK Accounting 95,000 104,000 117,000 123,000 Marketing 156,085 139,670 214,435 300,000 Legal Admin Support 57,716 59,587 63,559 69,100 Professional Services 27,256 37,300 Strategic Initiatives 750,000 Total Operating Expenditures 2,466,473 2,605,128 3,105,887 4,314,100 Net Increase (Use) of Fund Balance 62,917 726,504 601,065 (337,983)
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Notes: Ending Fund Balance 1,469,774 2,196,278 2,797,343 2,459,360 Admin/OH provision 20 Limit 502,499 633,819 713,310 774,000 Actual/Projected 320,982 383,371 418,103 460,357

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Memo: Bond Reserve Amount 0.

Outstanding Debt (principal interest) 0.
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LDFA FY2016-FY2019 Ann Arbor/Ypsilanti LDFA SmartZoneSM

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WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WAYS MEANS COMMITTEE

Comm. Katie Scott called the meeting to order at 6:31 p.m. at the Administration Building, 220 N. Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

No additional detail provided

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MEMBERS PRESENT: Comms. Beeman, Brabec, Jamnick, LaBarre, Maciejewski, Morgan, Scott, and Shink

MEMBERS ABSENT: Comm. Jefferson OTHERS PRESENT: County Administrator, Greg Dill; Diane Heidt, Deputy County Administrator; Curt Hedger and Michelle Billard, Corporation Counsel; Kelly Belknap, Finance; Ellen Rabinowitz and Jennifer Brassow, Health Department; Teresa Gillotti, OCED; Dave Shirley, OIM; Corey Mason, Court Services; Paco Leon, ITS; Andrew DeLeeuw, County Administration; and Edwin Peart, Clerk s Office. Roll Call Citizen Participation None.

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Commissioner Follow-Up to Citizens Participation None.

New Business:

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A.
Health

No additional detail provided

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1.
Health Department

No additional detail provided

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a.
Washtenaw County Health Department Plan of Organization:

No additional detail provided

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Comm. Shink seconded by Comm. Brabec moved that the Board of Commissioners approves a resolution approving the submission of the Health Department Plan of Organization. Voice vote motion carried (ABSENT: Comm. Jefferson).

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B.
Economic Development

No additional detail provided

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1.
Office of Community and Economic Development

a. Approval of the 2019 Calendar Year Entitlement and Formula Grant Funding:

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Comm. Shink seconded by Comm. Brabec moved that the Board of Commissioners approves a resolution authorizing the signature of the Chair of the Board or the County Administrator on all formula and entitlement grants awarded to the Office of Community and Economic Development. Voice vote motion carried (ABSENT: Comm. Jefferson).

C. Land Use and Environment
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1.
Water Resources

No additional detail provided

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a.
Resolution Authorizing Expenditure in Excess of 10,000 for Repair of the Four Mile Lake Level:

No additional detail provided

Comm. Shink seconded by Comm. Brabec moved that the Board of Commissioners approves a resolution approving a resolution to authorize the Water Resources Commissioner to exceed the 10,000 annual maintenance limit for an estimated 10-year period from 2020-2029. Voice vote motion carried (ABSENT: Comm. Jefferson).

D. Public Safety and Justice
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1.
Sheriff

No additional detail provided

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a.
Scio Township Police Services Contract Increase PSU:

A resolution authorizing the signature of the County Administrator on the contract amendment with Scio Township beginning 1/6/2019. Comm. Scott pulled this item from the agenda.

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Report of the Administrator:

Greg talked about the draft version of the 2019 Calendar of Deliverables document (that also lists project leads).
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Report of the Chair of Ways Means:

None.

Report of the Chair of the Board:

None. Items for Current/Future Discussion:

Comm. LaBarre thanked Greg and Comm. Morgan for meeting with Veridian regarding the Platt Road Housing Project. Comm. LaBarre also said he plans to bring a resolution directing staff to work with Veridian regarding energy efficiencies on the site.

Pending None.

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Adjournment

Comm. LaBarre seconded by Comm. Morgan moved that the meeting be adjourned until March 6, 2019. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 6:39 p.m.

Comm. LaBarre seconded by Comm. Shink moved that the meeting be reopened for housekeeping purposes. Comm. LaBarre seconded by Comm. Jamnick moved that item A1a (Washtenaw County Health Department Plan of Organization) be moved to the February 20, 2019 BOC meeting. Voice vote motion carried.

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Comm. Shink seconded by Comm. Jefferson moved that the meeting be adjourned until March 6, 2019. Motion carried. The meeting adjourned at 6:51 p.m.

_____________________________________ Katie Scott, Chair _______________________________________________ Lawrence Kestenbaum, Clerk/Register By: Edwin Peart, Deputy Clerk APPROVED: March 6, 2019

WASHTENAW COUNTY BOARD OF COMMISSIONERS

WORKING SESSION

The meeting was called to order by Comm. Shink, Chairman of the Working Session Committee, at 6:30 p.m. in the

Administration Building Board Room, 220 N. Main Street, Ann Arbor, Michigan.

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MEMBERS PRESENT: Comms. Beeman, Brabec, Jamnick, Jefferson, LaBarre, Maciejewski, Morgan, Scott,

and Shink MEMBERS ABSENT: None OTHERS PRESENT: Greg Dill, County Administrator; Teresa Gillotti, OCED; Dan Kelly, Shelter Association of Washtenaw County; Andrew DeLeeuw, County Administration; Justin Vidaurri, ITS;

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and Edwin Peart, Clerk s Office.

Roll Call Citizen Participation None.

Commissioner Follow-Up to Citizen Participation

None. County Administrator s Report: None. Discussion Items:

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A.
Winter Warming Activities Update Teresa Gillotti, OCED; and Dan Kelly, Shelter Association of

Washtenaw County

B.
Follow-up to 2/7/19 Board Retreat: 2019 Priorities of the Board of Commissioners

Items for Current/Future Discussion None. Pending: None.

Adjournment

Comm. LaBarre, seconded by Comm. Jamnick, made a motion to adjourn. The meeting adjourned at 7:34 p.m.

___________________________________ Sue Shink, Chair ____________________________________________

Lawrence Kestenbaum, Clerk/Register

By: Edwin Peart, Deputy Clerk

APPROVED: March 6, 2019

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FPC Food Access Nutrition Emergency Communications Millage POC CMH Board

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