City of Macomb Council will meet January 7
City of Macomb Council will meet on Monday, Jan. 7.
Here is the agenda provided by the council:
MEETING CALLED TO ORDER
1.Minutes of the Macomb City Council meeting held on Monday, December 17, 2018.
2.Claims and Accounts
4.Consideration to extend the auditing contract with Wermer, Rogers, Doran and Ruzon for three (3) years with an increase of $500.00 for FY 2019, $1,000.00 for FY 2020 and $1,000.00 for FY 2021.
1.Consideration of an ordinance to create a Class P liquor license with an EH Supplementary liquor license for Lafayette Mart LLC d/b/a Lafayette Mart.
This ordinance will be presented for second reading and final approval.
2.Other unfinished business.
1.Consideration to renew the City of Macomb’s group health plan effective February 1, 2019 with a 0% increase, approve Tokio Marine HCC as the City of Macomb’s re-insurance company, approve Consociate Inc. as the City of Macomb’s third party administrator and approve David Thompson CLU as the City of Macomb’s agent of record.
Attached is a memo from CA Torreson for your review. Final action will be in order.
2.Consideration to approve a Downtown Renovation Grant application from TRI Rentals (Ruth Phillips), 11 East Side Square in the amount of $1,046.41 to replace a second story window.
Attached is a memo from DDD Terry for your review. Final action will be in order.
3.Consideration to authorize the Committee of the Whole Power to Act to award the bid for the sewer lining project at their meeting on Monday, January 14, 2019.
Final action will be in order.
4.Consideration to authorize soliciting bids for the street pavement preservation projects in the City of Macomb.
Attached is a memo from PW Director Coker for your review. Final action will be in order.
5.Other new business.
Appoint Alderman Annette Carper to the Macomb Historic Preservation Commission
Appoint Aldermen Dennis Moon and Don Wynn to the Teamster’s Collective Bargaining Negotiating Team
Appoint Aldermen Tom Koch and Mike Wayland to the Police Collective Bargaining Negotiating Team
Appoint Aldermen John Vigezzi and Gayle Carper to the Fire Collective Bargaining Negotiating Team
a) Appointment, employment, compensation, discipline, performance or dismissal of an employee of the public body or legal counsel for the public body, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (1) of the Open Meetings Act.
b) Collective Bargaining matters between the public body and its employees or representatives or deliberations concerning salary schedules for one or more classes of employees, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (2) of the Open Meetings Act.
c) The purchase or lease of real property for the use of the public body, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (5) of the Open Meetings Act.
d) The setting of a price for sale or lease of property owned by the public body, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (6) of the Open Meetings Act.
e) Pending or probable litigation, pursuant to Sec. 2(c) (11) of the Open Meetings Act.