DRAFT Village of Bear Lake November 2016 Minutes

The Village voted to discontinue audio taping it’s meetings. The following is one of two independent audio recordings of this meeting.

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Village of Bear Lake Council REGULAR MEETING November 16, 2016. Bear Lake Village Hall

Unapproved Minutes

The regular meeting of the Bear Lake Village Council was called to order by President Jeff Bair at 7:00p.m. at the Village Hall. Pledge of Allegiance was said.

Present: President: Jeff Bair Council: Peggy Bass, Ron Ronning, Jackie Johnson, Janene Gee, CarverEdwards
Treasurer: Sally King, Clerk: Cindi McPherson Staff: Jared Bair, Larry Gibson

Absent: None

Guests: Pauline Jaquish, Greg McPherson, Donna Ronning, Sally Gibson, Myrna Walter, Paula Preuss, Janette May, Barb Czarnecki.

Note: one unknown guest as they refused to sign in.

Motion to Adopt the Agenda as presented and with additions by Bass and seconded by Johnson, motion carried. Jeff Bair; swearing in of newly elected officials will be done after the meeting.

Johnson: would like to add, new attorney for discussion.

Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Gee, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: none
Public Comment: None

Correspondence: Email from Dendra Best; requesting that the Village of Bear Lake make a formal complaint about her continued exclusion from attending the Trails Committee meetings. No effort has been made to hold the meetings at an accessible location, no materials have been sent to her to review other than the agenda. (twice) Letter on file with minutes.

 Jeff Bair will talk with the Manistee County Trail Committee regarding this matter.

Email from Jason Wilder Evans; requesting the Village Council to celebrate JWEDAY2017. Jason introduced himself as he was there as a guest. His birthday is June 12 and he would like the council to sign his proclamation. Discussion was held, motion was tabled. Jason will send another proclamation for Councils review.

REPORTS:

a. October 19, 2016 minutes: Motion to approve minutes by Bass, seconded by Johnson.
Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning, Gee and Bair
Nay: Gee

b. Maintenance Report: Reports for Park, Water, Equipment and General were read by Jared Bair. Written report on file in the 2016 Minutes binder.

c. Treasurer’s Report: read by King. Report on file in the 2016 Minutes binder.

Equipment Fund checking/savings total 3,270.20
Honor Bank CD 25,999.18

Minor Street checking/savings total 22,382.45

Major Street checking/savings total 41,681.87

Park checking/savings total 32,770.06

Water checking only 27,298.54

Money Market Account 10,040.17

General checking/savings total 31,213.02

Motion to accept Treasurer’s Report by Johnson seconded by Bass – motion carried.
Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Gee, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: none

Motion made to accept recommended amendments to budget by Johnson and seconded by Bass. Motion carried.
Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: none
Abstained: Gee

d. Bills to be paid were read by Clerk. Motion to pay the bills as presented by Ronning, seconded by Bass. Motion carried. List of bills is found at the end of the minutes.
Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: none
Abstained: Gee

e. Reimbursements to the General Fund were read by Clerk. Total to General Fund: $1,239.50

Reimbursement list is found at the end of the minutes.

f. Committee Chair Reports:

Park: Closed. Sparkle in the Park will open on November 26, 2016

Trees: Done

Streets: Street lights out between Lynn and Wise. Jared will check them.

Water: One more test needs to be done, cross connect. Flies & Vanderbrink meeting on Friday, November 18, 2016

Equipment: None

Sidewalk: more grinding needs to be done next Spring.

Blight/CABA: Blight Enforcement Officer, Larry Gibson gave report on; Zaleski house and 12238 Virginia Street. Gibson received quotes for Stuart St. and 12238 Virginia St. properties.

Both quotes are out of the property owner ability. Variety Store building; Gibson has been trying to contact Blight Attorney Jeff Jocks, no response.

Planning Commission: later in meeting.

Ad Hoc – Policy, Resolution & Ordinance Committee – no report

OLD BUSINESS

 Manistee County Trail Committee: No report

NEW BUSINESS

 Appoint Pro Tempore – Tabled

 2017 Committee – Tabled

 Education Jared will attend a education water class, Clerk McPherson and Trustee Bass will attend a MML education class on November 17, 2016.

 Bear Lake Promoters Raffle – Bear Lake Promoters requested an adoption of “Local Governing Resolution for Charitable Gaming Licenses”. (Michigan Lottery) This form is required so they can hold a raffle, proceeds go toward the Blight Elimination Fund.

o Motion was made to adopt the Raffle Resolution by Johnson, seconded by Bass. Motion carried. Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning, Gee and Bair
Nay: none
Abstained: none

 Adoption of Title VI Plan – Revisited tabled document from October 19, 2019 meeting.

o Motion was made to adopt the Title VI Plan by Johnson, seconded by Bass. Motion carried.
Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning, Gee and Bair
Nay: none
Abstained: none

 Planning Commission Ordinance – Revisited tabled document from October 19, 2016 meeting.

o Motion was made to adopt the Planning Commission Ordinance by Johnson, seconded by Ronning. Motion carried. Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning, Gee and Bair
Nay: none
Abstained: none

 Holiday Bonus – Maintenance Supervisor –

o Motion was made to give a Holiday Bonus to the Maintenance Supervisor by Ronning, seconded by Johnson. Motion carried. Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning, Gee and Bair
Nay: none
Abstained: none

Other Council comments:

 Municipal Attorney discussion by Johnson; Johnson would like to investigate a municipal attorney as the Village Council is encountering more complicated projects. The Council could keep current attorney for general matters. Johnson and Clerk McPherson will contact attorneys to gather attorney fee information.

 Gee suggested the Council does not receive pay for the Special Meeting held on September 1, 2016.

Motion was made for the Council not to be paid for Special Meeting on September 1, 2016 by Johnson, seconded by Gee. Motion carried. Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning, Gee and Bair
Nay: none
Abstained: none

PUBLIC COMMENT:

 Jason Wilder Evans questioned the Museum under committees – council informed him the Museum Committee has disbanded.

 Pauline Jaquish reported on Sparkle in the Park. Requested key to restroom during Sparkle in the Park. Sparkle has expanded on to the “old 66” gas station property. Robin and Pete Shreve donated holiday décor for the property. Jaquish was elected as Manistee County Commissioner and she hopes to be appointed to the county Blight Committee.

COMING EVENTS:

 Thanksgiving dinner at BLUMC Thursday.

Meeting adjourned at 8:19p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Cindi McPherson, Clerk

Bills To Be Paid and Reimbursements to the General Fund Date: November 16, 2016

West Coast Farm Service $851.50 Major Fund 202-265-775

Mead & Hunt $3,473.33 Water Fund 591-558-801

Staples $107.23 General Fund 101-215-727

OMS Compliance Services $7.50 General Fund 101-265-801

PM Technologies $769.39 Water Fund 591-558-930

Personal Plumbing $169.76 General Fund 101-265-930

Mark Thompson Tree & Stump $170.00 General Fund 101-000-951

Bear Lake Ace Hardware $21.97 Major Street 202-463-782

Manistee County Visitors Bureau $362.00 Park Fund 531-000-850

DEQ $639.39 Water Fund 591-558-801

REIMBURSEMENTS to the GENERAL FUND:

FUND NAME DATES AMOUNT

Major Street 10/01/2016-10/30/2016 $241.50

Minor Street 10/01/2016-10/30/2016 $237.00

Park Fund 10/01/2016-10/30/2016 $343.00

Water Fund 10/01/2016-10/30/2016 $165.00

Total to transfer to General Fund = $1,239.50

Public Meeting to discuss Downtown Bear Lake Future streetscape

It should be noted that this meeting is not mentioned in the Village of Bear Lake Minutes, or the stakeholder meeting held 2 days prior, or that the consulting firm had been hired through a grant given by Alliance For Economic Success. A brief graphic notice was posted to bearlakemichigan.org.

A full copy of the PPT presented has been requested and all comments, thoughts, suggestions should be directed to Village of Bear Lake Clerk.

Village of Bear Lake Planning Commission Ordinance

If you are a qualified elector of the Village of Bear Lake and feel you are qualified to be considered as a member of this new body – contact the Village Clerk at bearlakeclerk@gmail.com

It should be noted that the following Ordinance was supplied undated or signed. The Minutes reflect it was passed on November 16. Therefore it should have been published in a local newspaper by yesterday, December 1.

For reference see:

ORDINANCE NO. 2016-4

VILLAGE OF BEAR LAKE

PLANNING COMMISSION ORDINANCE

An ordinance to establish the VILLAGE OF BEAR LAKE PLANNING COMMISSION; provide for the composition of that Planning Commission; provide for the powers, duties and limitations of that Planning Commission; and repeal any ordinance or parts of ordinances or resolutions in conflict with this ordinance.

THE VILLAGE OF BEAR LAKE, MANISTEE COUNTY, MICHIGAN, ORDAINS:

Section 1: Scope, Purpose and Intent

This ordinance is adopted pursuant to the authority granted to the Village of Bear Lake under the Michigan Planning Enabling Act, Public Act 33 of 2008, MCL 125.3801, et seq., and the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Public Act 110 of 2006, MCL 125.3101, et seq., to establish a Planning Commission with the powers, duties and limitations provided by those Acts and subject to the terms and conditions of this ordinance and any future amendments to this ordinance.

The purpose of this ordinance is to provide that the Village of Bear Lake shall hereby establish the Village of Bear Lake Planning Commission; to establish the appointments, terms, and membership of the Planning Commission; to identify the officers and the minimum number of meetings per year of the Planning Commission; and to prescribe the authority, powers and duties of the Planning Commission.

Section 2: Establishment

The Village of Bear Lake hereby creates a Village Planning Commission consisting of five (5) members. The Planning Commission is formed under the authority of and subject to the powers, duties and limitations provided in the Michigan Planning Enabling Act, Public Act 33 of 2008, MCL 125.3801, et seq., and further subject to the terms and conditions of this ordinance and any future amendments to this ordinance.

Section 3: Appointments and Terms

The Village President, with the approval of the Village Council by a majority vote of the members elected and serving, shall appoint all Planning Commission members, including the ex officio members.

When the Planning Commission is first established, the members appointed, other than the ex officio member, shall be appointed to 1-year, 2-year or 3-year terms such that, as nearly as possible, the terms of one-third of all the Planning Commission members will expire each year. After that, all Planning Commission members, other than the ex officio member, shall serve for terms of three (3) years each.

A Planning Commission member shall hold office until his or her successor is appointed.

Vacancies shall be filled for the unexpired term in the same manner as the original appointment.

Planning Commission members shall be qualified electors of the Village, except that one Planning Commission member may be an individual who is not a qualified elector of the village. The membership of the Planning Commission shall be representative of important segments of the community, such as the economic, governmental, educational, and social development of the Village, in accordance with the major interests as they exist in the Village, such as agriculture, natural resources, recreation, education, public health, government, transportation, industry, and commerce. The membership shall also be representative of the entire geography of the Village to the extent practicable.

One (1) member of the Village Council shall be appointed to the Planning Commission as an ex officio member. An ex officio member has full voting rights. The ex officio member’s term on the Planning Commission shall expire with his or her term on the Village Board.

No other elected officer or employee of the Village is eligible to be a member of the Planning Commission.

Section 4: Removal

The Village Council may remove a member of the Planning Commission for misfeasance, malfeasance, or nonfeasance in office upon written charges and after a public hearing.

Failure to disclose a potential conflict of interest shall be considered malfeasance in office.

Failure to regularly attend Commission meetings shall be considered nonfeasance in office.

Section 5: Conflict of Interest

Before casting a vote on a matter on which a Planning Commission member may reasonably be considered to have a conflict of interest, the member shall disclose the potential conflict of interest to the Planning Commission. Failure of a member to disclose a potential conflict of interest as required by this ordinance constitutes malfeasance in office. Upon notification of a conflict of interest, the Planning Commission member will abstain from discussing or voting on the matter before the Planning Commission.

Section 6: Compensation

The Planning Commission members may be compensated for their services as provided by village council resolution. The Village Council may adopt bylaws relative to the compensation and expenses of the Planning Commission for travel when engaged in the performance of activities authorized by the village council, including, but not limited to, attendance at conferences, workshops, educational and training programs and meetings.

Section 7: Training

Appointed members of the Planning Commission shall attend educational programs designed for training members of Michigan planning commissions if the adopted Village of Bear Lake budget for that fiscal year include funds to pay for tuition, registration and travel expenses for the training. Nothing in this paragraph shall deem a member who has not had training from finishing his/her term of office unless the member resigns or is removed by action of the Village of Bear Lake Board of Trustees.

Section 8: Officers and Committees

The Planning Commission shall elect a chairperson and a secretary from its members, and may create and fill other offices as it considers advisable. An ex officio member of the Planning Commission is not eligible to serve as chairperson. The term of each office shall be one (1) year, with opportunity for reelection as specified in the Planning Commission bylaws.

The Planning Commission may also appoint advisory committees whose members are not members of the Planning Commission.

Section 9: Bylaws, Meetings and Records

The Planning Commission shall adopt bylaws for the transaction of business.

The Planning Commission shall hold at least four (4) regular meetings each year, and shall by resolution determine the time and place of the meetings.

Unless otherwise provided in the Planning Commission’s bylaws, a special meeting of the Planning Commission may be called by the chairperson or by two (2) other members, upon written request to the secretary. Unless the bylaws otherwise provide, the secretary shall send written notice of a special meeting to Planning Commission members at least 48 hours before the meeting.

The business that the Planning Commission may perform shall be conducted at a public meeting held in compliance with the Open Meetings Act, Public Act 267 of 1976, MCL15.261, et seq.

The Planning Commission shall keep a public record of its resolutions, transactions, findings, and determinations. A writing prepared, owned, used, in the possession of, or retained by a Planning Commission in the performance of an official function shall be made available to the public in compliance with the Freedom of Information Act, Public Act 442 of 1976, MCL 15.231, et seq.

Section 10: Annual Report

The Planning Commission shall make an annual written report to the village council concerning its operations and the status of the planning activities, including recommendations regarding actions by the Village Board related to planning and development.

Section 11: Authority to Make Master Plan

Under the authority of the Michigan Planning Enabling Act, Public Act 33 of 2008, MCL.125.3801, et seq., and other applicable planning statutes, the Planning Commission shall make a master plan as a guide for development within the Village’s planning jurisdiction.

Final authority to approve a master plan or any amendments thereto shall rest with the Planning Commission unless the Village Council passes a resolution asserting the right to approve or reject the master plan.

Section 12: Zoning Powers

All powers, duties, and responsibilities provided by the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Public Act 110 of 2006, as amended, MCL 125.3101, et seq., or other applicable zoning statutes, to zoning boards or zoning commissions are hereby designated to the Planning Commission as of the effective date of this ordinance.

Section 13: Subdivision and Land Division Recommendations

The Planning Commission may recommend to the Village Council provisions of an ordinance or rules governing the subdivision of land. Before recommending such an ordinance or rule, the Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing on the proposed ordinance or rule. The Planning Commission shall give notice of the time and place of the public hearing not less than 15 days before the hearing by publication in a newspaper of general circulation within the Village.

The Planning Commission shall review and make recommendation on a proposed plat before action thereby the Village Council under the Land Division Act, Public Act 288 of 1967, MCL 560.101, et seq. Before making its recommendation, the Planning Commission shall hold a public hearing on the proposed plat. A plat submitted to the Planning Commission shall contain the name and address of the proprietor or other person to whom notice of a hearing shall be sent. Not less than 15 days before the date of the hearing, notice of the date, time and place of the hearing shall be sent to that person at that address by mail and shall be published in a newspaper of general circulation in the Village. Similar notice shall be mailed to the owners of land immediately adjoining the proposed platted land.

Section 14: Severability

The provisions of this ordinance are hereby declared to be severable, and if any part is declared invalid for any reason by a court of competent jurisdiction, it shall not affect the remainder of the ordinance, which shall continue in full force and effect.

Section 15: Repeal

All ordinances or parts or ordinances in conflict with this are hereby repealed. To the extent that Ordinance 2006.01 was enacted, the same is hereby repealed.

Section 16: Approval, Ratification and Recommendation.

All official action taken by the Village of Bear Lake Council or any prior Planning Commission preceding the Planning Commission created by this ordinance are hereby approved, ratified and reconfirmed. Any project, review, or process taking place at the effective date of this ordinance shall continue with the Commission created by this ordinance, subject to the requirements of this ordinance, and shall be a continuation of any previous Village of Bear Lake Planning Commission. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption and publication.

Section 17: Publication

This ordinance shall be published within fifteen (15) days after its passage and shall become effective twenty (20) days from the date of its passage.

CERTIFICATE

The undersigned, as the duly elected and acting Clerk of the Village, hereby certifies that

this ordinance was duly adopted by the Village Board at a regular meeting of said Board,

at which a quorum was present, held on ____________________, and that copies of the

ordinance were transmitted and published as directed.

_____________________________________

Jeff Bair, Village President

_____________________________________

Cindi McPherson, Village Clerk

Approved October 2016 Village Council Minutes

The Village no longer audio tapes it’s meetings. The following is one of two independent audio recordings of this meeting.

Village of Bear Lake Council
REGULAR MEETING October 19, 2016
Bear Lake Village Hall

Approved Minutes

The regular meeting of the Bear Lake Village Council was called to order by President Jeff Bair at 7:00p.m. at the Village Hall. Pledge of Allegiance was said by all.

Present: President: Jeff Bair Council: Peggy Bass, Ron Ronning, Jackie Johnson, Janene Gee, CarverEdwards
Treasurer: Sally King
Staff: Jared Bair, Larry Gibson

Absent: Clerk: Cindi McPherson

Guests: Pauline Jaquish, Jeanne Walsh-Vision, Lee Vision, Donna Ronning, Bernard Ware Jr., Sally Gibson, Myrna & Richard Walter, Paula Preuss, Bill Beaver, Janette May, Barb Farfsing

Motion to Adopt the Agenda as presented by Bass and seconded by Johnson, motion carried.
Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Gee, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: none

Public Comment: from Jeanne Walsh-Vision regarding the Updated Planning Commission Ordinance.

Walsh-Vision stated she has requested a copy of the original and the Village has been unable to locate it. President Bair stated that was the purpose of reviewing and voting on the Ordinance this evening. Walsh-Vision also stated the website as an incorrect Ordinance posted on it. Further, members cannot be appointed until there has been an Ordinance approved. The current membership of the Planning Commission (PC) is in violation of the Michigan Planning and Enabling Act of 2008. Walsh-Vision read from the Act and closed by stating every decision that’s been made is arbitrary and capricious and is in violation, including the Master Plan. [The Act can be found on the web at: www.legislature.mi.gov/documents/mcl/pdf/mcl-Act-33-of-2008.pdf]

Correspondence: none

REPORTS:

a. September 21, 2016 minutes: add N in Unapproved at the top. Motion to approve minutes as corrected by Bass, seconded by Ronning. Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: Gee

b. Maintenance Report: Reports for Park, Water, Equipment and General were read by Jared Bair. Written report on file in the 2016 Minutes binder.

c. Treasurer’s Report: read by King. Report on file in the 2016 Minutes binder.

[Editor’s Note: see this link for Finance Reports obtained via FOIA]

Equipment Fund checking/savings total 3,275.18
Honor Bank CD 25,994.18
Minor Street checking/savings total 22,252.96
Major Street checking/savings total 41,858.68
Park checking/savings total 25,422.20
Water checking only 14,578.91
Money Market Account 10,037.38
General checking/savings total 40,660.07

Motion to accept Treasurer’s Report by Edwards seconded by Ronning – motion carried. Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Gee, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: none

d. Bills to be paid were read by King. Motion to pay the bills as presented by Johnson, seconded by Bass. Motion carried. List of bills is found at the end of the minutes. Aye: Edwards, Johnson, Bass, Ronning and Bair
Nay: Gee

e. Reimbursements to the General Fund were read by King. Total to General Fund: $2,015.00

Reimbursement list is found at the end of the minutes.

f. Committee Chair Reports:

Park: Closed. 5 trailers there but will be gone this weekend.

Trees: One more which Mark Thompson will be checking near the corner of Virginia and Stuart. Gee suggested checking on Arbor grants or something similar as we’re losing so many of our trees.

Streets: nothing

Water: Test wells have been drilled on new property; one came in at 160’ and one at 320’, good pressure on both.

Equipment: waiting on potential grants.

Sidewalk: no report

Museum: has been disbanded

Blight/CABA: Blight Enforcement Officer, Larry Gibson offered sincere Thanks to all who showed support for his family during their recent loss. Follow-up on Stuart Street – met with owner, her request for financial assistance has been denied-she will appeal but feels she will lose the property in January due to non-payment of taxes. Virginia Street – met with owner’s daughter who stated she is in negotiation with a party to purchase the property. Gee questioned status on Variety Store – Blight Enforcement Officer will contact attorney Jeff Jocks and have full report at next meeting.

Planning Commission: later in meeting.

Ad Hoc – Policy, Resolution & Ordinance Committee – no report

OLD BUSINESS

 Hall signage: Lee Vision has talked with school; they’re not able to take on at this time. Will check again later in the year. Jeff has also checked into plasma cutting on metal. Will wait for more information.

 Speed bumps: Janene will have more information at a later date.

 Manistee County Trail Committee: Volunteer, Dendra Best, has not been able to attend meetings nor do a video conference.

NEW BUSINESS

 Adoption of Title VI Plan – Tabled, not everyone received a copy so it hasn’t been reviewed.

 Planning Commission Ordinance and By-Laws – Discussion ensued. Barb stated all items have passed through the Village Council for approval. When asked what things have been discussed Barb listed: crowd funding, how to attract new businesses, sewer issues, water project, lakes to land for Manistee and Benzie counties. Village Clerk to call Manistee paper on Monday regarding copy of original publication. Tabled.

PUBLIC COMMENT:

Jeanne Walsh-Vision questioned our milfoil payment; it is for the Village portion of the lake per President Bair.

Richard Walter – requested blight complaint form for the Reed building business operated by the Leckrone’s. Blight Enforcement Officer provided form to Walter and others. Also discussed speeding on Russell Street and possible solutions. President Bair to check with County and State as necessary for speed limit on Russell Street.

Myrna Walter asked about the possibility of limiting the use of engine retarding brakes (Jake brakes) within the Village and possibly even approaching the Village. Specifically on US 31 and on Russell and Potter Streets.

Bernard Ware Jr. asked everyone to get out and vote on November 8th.

Pauline Jaquish reminded everyone of Sparkle in the Park getting started. Set up in November, with the opening the Friday of Thanksgiving.

General Note: First day to not park on streets at night is November 15th.

COMING EVENTS: Community dinner at BLUMC Thursday evening 5:00 – 6:30.

Meeting adjourned at 8:07p.m.

Respectfully Submitted,

Sally King, Village Treasurer (Substituting for Clerk)

Bills To Be Paid and Reimbursements to the General Fund

Date: October 19, 2016

Staples $104.92 General Fund

Northern Fire & Safety $104.00 General Fund

Bittner Jennings Attorney’s – FOIA $700.93 General Fund

Mark Thompson – Tree/stump removal Wise/Maple St. $2,300.00 General Fund

Mark Thompson – village clean up $233.75 General Fund

Ron Brown – Asphalt $171.60 Minor Fund

Ron Brown – Grade, Cody Street $1,138.00 Major Fund

Pioneer Printing Co. – flyers for water info session $24.00 Water Fund

Bittner Jennings Attorneys $2,902.35 Water Fund

Haviland $460.50 Water Fund

Bear Lake Ace Hardware $5.98 Water Fund

Bear Lake Ace Hardware $108.82 Park Fund

Auto Wares/Auto Value $214.82 Park Fund

Bear Lake Improvement Board $441.00 Park Fund

Ron Brown & Sons – Gravel $362.20 Park Fund

$177.90 Park Fund

REIMBURSEMENTS to the GENERAL FUND:

FUND NAME DATES AMOUNT

Major Street 9/01/2016-9/30/2016 $440.00

Minor Street 9/01/2016-9/30/2016 $440.00

Park Fund 9/01/2016-9/30/2016 $915.00

Water Fund 9/01/2016-9/30/2016 $220.00

Total to transfer to General Fund = $2,,015.00