NOTICE: Boyne City Commission Jan. 22, 2019

CITY OF BOYNE CITY CITY COMMISSION
MINUTE SYNOPSIS
January 22, 2019 – Approved the December 11, 2018 City Commission regular meeting minutes; Approved to appoint Danyell Minier to the Board of Review for a three-year term expiring 1/31/2022; Approved to award a contract for deicing salt to Compass Minerals in the amount not-to-exceed $14,912; Approved of the recommendation of the Airport Advisory Board to appoint Doug Brubaker to the Airport Advisory Board; Approved the recommendation of the Airport Advisory Board to appoint Allen Sturza as an Ex-Officio member of the Airport Advisory Board; approved the funding confirmation resolution for the TAP grant for the Boyne City to Boyne Falls Trail; approved first reading to adopt an ordinance addressing floodplain management provisions of the State Construction Code and schedule a second reading for February 26, 2016; approved a resolution and Intergovernmental agreement to manage flood plain development for the National Flood Plain Insurance Program to reaffirm the City’s commitment to participate in the NFIP and formalize the agreement with Charlevoix County to continue to be the enforcing agency using existing provisions in the state construction codes; approved proceeding with the MDEQ Brownfield Grant and its implementation agreement with Boyne Avenue Properties, LLC at 437 Boyne Avenue; approved to submit an application request in the amount of $10,000 for the Peninsula beach Park Recreation additions and $9,929 for the Avalanche Park Recreation; approve the proposal from Windmuller Electric to install an automatic transfer switch for the generator at Well #5 in the amount of $6,655; approve a three year contract with Northern Michigan Escapes to provide Cemetery maintenance services in the Maple Lawn and Wilson Cemeteries in the amount of $25,000 per year; approved contract with Gabridge & Co. to provide auditing services in the amount of $42,600 for three years, plus if the City requires that a Single Audit be performed, an additional fee of $3,000 per year would be charged
Cindy Grice, City Clerk/Treasurer

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