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Date:
April 12, 2021
Time:
7:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.
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City Council Regular Meeting (Zoom)

Monday, April 12, 2021


1918th Regular Meeting of the Council of the City of Livonia
Monday, April 12, 2021

7:00 PM
 Due to COVID-19, Livonia City Council meetings will not be held in the City Hall Auditorium
Live broadcast: AT&T Uverse Channel 99 / Spectrum Channel 203 /
WOW Channel 10 / YouTube.com/LivoniaTV
Connect on Zoom: https://us02web.zoom.us/j/822419226 or phone at (312) 626-6799, ID: 822 419 226
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CALL TO ORDER

INVOCATION/PLEDGE OF ALLEGIANCE

ROLL CALL

PRESENTATION OF MINUTES
Minutes Of The Regular Meeting Of March 22, 2021

AUDIENCE COMMUNICATION

REPORTS FROM THE MAYOR AND OTHER CITY OFFICIALS
Communication from the Department of Finance, dated March 23, 2021, re: forwarding the Quarterly Investment Report for the City of Livonia as of February 28, 2021.

CONSENT AGENDA
1. REAPPOINTMENT OF GLEN LONG JR. TO THE LOCAL OFFICERS COMPENSATION  COMMISSION: Office of the Mayor, re: for a seven-year term to expire on April 2, 2028.
 
2. AWARD OF BID: Communication Department and Department of Community Resources, re: for L Magazine agreement for Fall 2021 through Spring/Summer 2023, from budgeted funds.
 
3. REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO PURCHASE ONE (1) 2022 FORD E450 CUTAWAY VAN THROUGH THE STATE OF MICHIGAN BID PROCESS: Livonia Housing Commission, re: for use by Livonia Community Transit, from budgeted funds.
 
4. REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO WAIVE THE SEALED BID PROCESS AND TO PURCHASE THIRTY SIX (36) DELL DESKTOP AND LAPTOP WORKSTATIONS: Division of Police, re: to replace workstations that are out of warranty or at end of life, from budgeted funds.
 
5. REQUEST FOR AUTHORIZATION TO WAIVE THE SEALED BID PROCESS AND TO PURCHASE NEW LIVESCAN SYSTEMS: Division of Police, re: to replace the current Livescan™ System that will no longer have access to support through CLEMIS, from budgeted funds.
 
6. AWARD OF BID: Department of Parks and Recreation, re: for beverage and snack ending services at the Jack E. Kirksey Recreation Center, outdoor pools, and Civic Park Senior Center for a three-year agreement from May 1, 2021 - April 30, 2024, from budgeted funds.

7. AWARD OF BID: Department of Parks and Recreation, re: Botsford Pool Renovations, from budgeted funds.
 
8. REQUEST TO DESIGNATE CONSULTANT THROUGH THE QUALIFICATION BASED SELECTION (QBS) PROCESS AND AMEND ENGINEERING CONTRACT WITH OHM ADVISORS, TO PROVIDE PROFESSIONAL ENGINEERING SERVICES: Engineering Division, re: for the Drinking Water State Revolving Fund (DWSRF) No. 7453-01, Project Areas 4, 5 and 6, in an amount not to exceed $372,000 (CR 372-20 and 365-16)
 
9. REQUEST TO WAIVE THE FORMAL BIDDING PROCESS AND APPROVE 2021 ASPHALT
ROAD REPAIR PROGRAM BY EXTENDING CONTRACT 20-A UNIT PRICES WITH NAGLE PAVING COMPANY INC.: Engineering Division, re: for Contract 21-A in the amount not to exceed $3,841,504.29 for one year. (CR 102-20)
 
10. REQUEST TO AMEND THE CONTRACT WITH OHM ADVISORS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE 2021 ASPHALT ROAD PROGRAM (CONTRACT 21-A): Engineering Division, re: for same. (CR 365-16)
 
11. REQUEST TO WAIVE THE FORMAL BIDDING PROCESS AND APPROVE 2021 CONCRETE ROAD REPAIR PROGRAM BY EXTENDING CONTRACT 20-C UNIT PRICES WITH HARD ROCK CONCRETE: Engineering Division, re: for Contract 21-C in the amount not to exceed $4,900,000 for one year. (CR 103-20)
 
12. REQUEST TO AMEND THE CONTRACT WITH ANDERSON, ECKSTEIN AND WESTRICK, INC. FOR CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE 2021 CONCRETE ROAD PROGRAM (CONTRACT 21-C): Engineering Division, re: for same. (CR 365-16)
 
13. AWARD OF CONTRACT: Engineering Division, re: for 2021 Concrete Road  Maintenance/Selective Slab Program, Contract 21-J, from budgeted funds.
 
14. REQUEST TO AMEND THE CONTRACT WITH ANDERSON, ECKSTEIN AND WESTRICK, INC. FOR THE CONSTRUCTION ENGINEERING SERVICES FOR THE 2021 CONCRETE ROAD MAINTENANCE/SELECTIVE SLAB PROGRAM (CONTRACT 21-J): Engineering Division, re: for same. (CR 365-16)
 
15. AWARD OF CONTRACT: Engineering Division, re: for 2021 Pavement Crack and Joint Sealing Program, Contract 21-D, from budgeted funds.
 
16. REQUEST FOR THREE-YEAR EXTENSION OF SITE PLAN APPROVAL: Planning Commission, re: Petition 2014-02-08-02 submitted by Victor East, L.L.C., previously approved by the City Council on May 8, 2017, in connection with a proposal to construct a one-story office-research building (Victor East) on property located on the north side of Seven Mile Road between Newburgh Road and Victor Parkway (37640 Seven Mile Road) in the Southeast 1/4 of Section 6. (CR 138-18, 166-17, CR 228-16, CR 125-15 and CR 104-14)
 
UNFINISHED BUSINESS
17. PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO THE LIVONIA CODE OF ORDINANCES, AS AMENDED: Planning Department, re: to amend the Historic Preservation Commission Ordinance Chapter 2.56, Section 020 (Definitions), Section 050 (Historic Preservation Commission—Creation and Membership), and Section 060 (Commission—Powers and Duties).
 
18. ROLL CALL: Proposed Amendment to the Livonia Code of Ordinances, as amended: Department of Law, re: to Sections 010, 011 and 020 of Title 5 of Chapter 42 (Hotels, Motor Courts, Lodginghouses, Rooming-houses, One-Family Rental Dwellings, Two-Family Rental Dwellings and Multiple-Family Rental Dwellings), to add subsections definitions of short and long-term rentals. (CR-67-20)
First Reading given by Councilmember Rob Donovic on Monday, March 22, 2021.
 
19. ROLL CALL: Proposed Amendment to Zoning Ordinance No.. 543, as amended: Department of Law, re: Petition 2019-06-06-01, submitted by the City Planning Commission, pursuant to Council Resolution 163-19; to amend Subsections (16) through (34) of Section 2.10 of Article II. (CR-67-20).
First Reading given by Councilmember Rob Donovic on Monday, March 22, 2021.
 
20. ROLL CALL: Proposed Amendment to Zoning Ordinance No. 543, as amended: Department of Law, re: Petition 2019-06-06-01, submitted by the City Planning Commission, pursuant to Council Resolution 163-19; to amend Section 4.02 of Article IV; to add Subsection (i). (CR-67-20).
First Reading given by Councilmember Rob Donovic on Monday, March 22, 2021.
 
21. ROLL CALL: Proposed Amendment to Zoning Ordinance No. 543 as amended, re: Pet. 2020-12-01-07 submitted by Tiseo Architects, Inc., for a change of zoning of portions of the shopping center property at 19043 through 19053 Middlebelt Road and 29475 through 29493 Seven Mile Road, located on the west side of Middlebelt Road between Clarita Avenue and Seven Mile Road in the Northeast ¼ of Section 11, from C-1 (Local Business) and P (Parking) to C-2 (General Business)
First Reading given by Cathy White on Monday, March 22, 2021.
 
22. AWARD OF BID: Department of Parks and Recreation, re: Shelden Pool Deck Paving, from budgeted funds.
 
23. WAIVER PETITION: Planning Commission, re: Petition 2021-02-02-02 submitted by SPP Investors II, L.L.C. requesting approval to re-develop a site, including demolishing the existing restaurant (Romano’s Macaroni Grill), constructing a full-service restaurant with drive-thru facilities (Shake Shack), and constructing a bank with drive-thru facilities, on property located in the northeast corner of Seven Mile and Haggerty Roads (39300 Seven Mile Road) in the Southwest ¼ of Section 6.

NEW BUSINESS
24. REQUEST TO SCHEDULE A CLOSED COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING:  Department of Law, re: for the purpose of discussing pending litigation and attorney/client privileged communications with respect to Dwayne Love, et. al. v City of Livonia.
 
25. REQUEST TO SCHEDULE A CLOSED COMMITTEE OF THE WHOLE MEETING:   Department of Law, re: for the purpose of discussing pending litigation and attorney/client privileged communications with respect to Susan O'Donohue-Williams, et. al. v City of Livonia.
 
AUDIENCE COMMUNICATION
                                                                                            
SUSAN M. NASH, CITY CLERK

In accordance with Title II of the American with Disabilities Act as it pertains to access to Public Meetings, the City Clerk’s Office of the City of Livonia, upon adequate notice, will make reasonable accommodations for persons with special needs.  Please call (734) 466-2236 or email clerk@livonia.gov if you need assistance.  Council agendas are available on the City’s website – www.livonia.gov - under Government, City Council, Agendas.



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