Clarkston Village

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING NOVEMBER 24, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:07 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Catallo, Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland,
Savage, Werner.
Absent: None.
Minutes of November 10, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Clifton asked about the cleanup at Middle Lake Road and Overlook. Gary Tressel stated that this would be taken care of soon.
Gamble expressed his wish that the Council would join him in thanking Gary Tressel of Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc., for the outstanding job that Tressel has been doing in the Paving and Water projects. Gamble stated that he believes Tressel did more than what was required and wanted to acknowledge Tressel’s work and the Council’s appreciation.
Chief Combs gave the October statistics which included the following: Traffic Violations 52, down from 69; Warnings, 22 down from 30; 1 Drunk Driving arrest; Parking Tickets, 29 down from 63; 233 PBTs; 35 Finger Printings; 7 Home Checks. Revenues: Parking Fines $300; PBTs $1,165; Finger Printing $350; Miscellaneous Reports $9. The “Clicket or Ticket? program has been reinstated and the motorcycles have been used for this program. There were 29 tickets for seat belt violations and additional citations for 16 violations after stopping for seat belt violations.
In November there were four arrests for drunk driving. Drunk driving arrests were all well over the legal limits for blood-alcohol tests.
Chief Combs reported that offices have been trained by S.T.O.R.M. (Sobriety Trained Officers Representing Michigan). Combs reported that he is using reserve officers on parades, and using regular officers on midnight patrols in order to stay within budgeted wages.
Trucks have been ticketed on Holcomb. Radar on North Holcomb resulted in one violation during a four-hour period. Radar on North Main Street resulted in one violation during a one-hour period.
Pappas reported on the report from the Michigan Municipal League Pool and Fund Loss Control Service. Council was informed that the damaged swing seat will be repaired as a new seat has been ordered. Bob Pursley, D.P.W. supervisor will investigate costs of a fire detection system as well as a burglary alarm.
Resolved That the City Council adopt the Performance and Indemnification Resolution for Governmental Bodies (copy attached to the official Minutes) for the Annual Permit for Work on State Highways (Banners and Parades)
Steve Wylie was present to congratulate Gamble, Colombo, and Savage for winning the election. Wylie also was pleased to see the interest by City residents in the voting turnout.
Mr. Wylie also expressed his concern about the City budget as revenue sharing will be cut and the new front end loader will have payments due in the next fiscal year. Clifton responded that the old loader had been sold for just over $10,000 which will assist in making the first payment.
Mr. Broock was present to discuss the Agreement of Lease for the property on the north side of Depot Road, specifically the ice cutters to be placed on the roof of the building.
Moved That the City Council have a copy of Mr. Broock’s letter of November 5, 2003, attached to the Minutes of the November 24, 2003, meeting to clarify the Council’s meaning with regards to the Agreement pertaining to Depot Street adjacent to the Broock Realty building.
Gary Tressel briefed the Council on the walk-through inspection of the water construction and street paving. Middle Lake Road will be completed in the Spring.
Tressel reported that a “punch list” has been started. Seven hours were spent on Holcomb, Robertson Court, Clarkston Road, Washington, and Madison. Another four or five hours will be spent on Tuesday, November 25.
Savage asked about the cobra lighting at East Washington and Main Street. Tressel said that pole will be removed when new traffic signal is installed.
Gamble was concerned about the sidewalk on Miller and how close it was to the street. Fog line striping will be done on Miller to define the edge of the road and the sidewalk edge.
There needs some correction in the upper parking lot to eliminate “bird bathing” effect, and the contractor will be correcting this at his expense.
Meeting adjourned at 8:23 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING DECEMBER 8, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:05 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Meyland.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, savage,
Werner.
Absent: Catallo.
Minutes of November 24, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the add.ition of Pay Estimate No. 14 to old Business, and Metro Act added to New Business.
Bills in the amount of $135,522.31 approved for payment.
Clifton reminded Council of the Parade of Lights sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce would be held on Saturday, December 13, starting at 6:00 p.m.
Gamble reported on the annual Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board Meeting; also, based on the resolution by the Oakland County Board of Commissioners, the local treasurers will be asked to act as treasurers for lake boards in their jurisdictions. Gamble stated that County Commissioner Middleton is expected to attend tonight’s meeting for additional information.
Chief Combs reported on November police statistics as follows: Traffic Citations 100, up from 52 which is due to the “Clicket-or-Ticket” program; Warnings 25 up from 22; Parking Tickets 22 down from 29; Warrant Arrests, 1; PBTs, 406; Fingerprinting, 21; calls for Service 18 down from 44; Building Checks 7. Total Collections included $130 for Parking Fines; PBTs $2,030; Fingerprinting, $210; Totals $2,276 up from $1,800 in October.
Combs reported that on December 1, officers participated in a fund raiser at Pete’s Coney Island, acting as waiters. Police officers waited on tables raising $1,443 for charity for Christmas. Afterwards a DUIL arrest was made.. Female driver was two and one-half times the legal limits of blood alcohol content. Also an incident on Pinehurst involved vandalism to an automobile.
Pursley stated that the new loader was in the garage and he invited Council members to inspect the loader after the meeting. Pursley commented on the difference from the 1978 model and the current 2003 model loader. Pursley urther commented that the D.P.W. has done a fair amount of work using the loader with expectations of more of a work load this winter. Signage has been applied to the loader.
Pursley informed Council that street signs are being brought up to date and reinstalled now that the water and paving project is nearing completion.
Pursley stated that the warranty work on the loader is proving to he very timely on the few minor adjustments that have been required. Pursley remarked that the John Deere heavy duty dealer has changed owners and it appears that parts are difficult to obtain for that particular make.
The D.P.W. has removed graffiti and stickers from light poles and trash containers; a few more areas remain to be addressed.
Pursley reported on the tree that was uprooted in front of 39 South MainThe Oakland County road crews did the initial cleanup on Friday after Thanksgiving. Restoration of the grass will be done in the spring.

County Commissioner Middleton reported on the County Treasurer’s request that local units act as treasurer for lake improvement boards. Pappas reported that this should not pose undue burden on the treasurer’s duties as there is a limited number of bills paid during the year and the special assessments collected on the December tax bills will be retained by the City instead of forwarding to the Oakland County Treasurer. Mr. Middleton presented the Council with the Resolution passed by the Clarkston Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board regarding this issue. Resolution is on file.
Resolved that the resolution dated December 4, 2003, passed by the Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board be adopted which appoints the Treasurer of the city of the Village of Clarkston to the position of Clarkston Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board Treasurer.
Moved that the regular meeting of the City Council scheduled for December 22, 2003, be cancelled.
Chuck Inabnit of South Main Street asked the Council to consider having the Police Department purchase an updated camera.
Gary Tressel, City Engineer, reported to Council that the punch lists for the Paving and Water project are being addressed; however, some work will remain until Spring. Adjustments are to be made in the landscaping and some structural adjusting is needed.
Resolved by That the city council approve payment of Pay Estimate No. 14 in the amount of $167,432.89 to Roger Ingles Construction, Inc.
Discussion was held regarding the shoulders on Miller Road adjacent to the Bickford residence. This was tabled until the April meeting.
Resolved that reappointments to various Boards and Commissions be made as needed
City council adopted a Right-of-Way Resolution to qualify for Metro Act Funds.
Meeting adjourned at 8:05 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, clerk

SUMMARY: CITY COUNCIL MEETING DECEMBER 8, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:05 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Meyland.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, savage,
Werner.
Absent: Catallo.
Minutes of November 24, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the add.ition of Pay Estimate No. 14 to old Business, and Metro Act added to New Business.
Bills in the amount of $135,522.31 approved for payment.
Clifton reminded Council of the Parade of Lights sponsored by the Chamber of Commerce would be held on Saturday, December 13, starting at 6:00 p.m.
Gamble reported on the annual Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board Meeting; also, based on the resolution by the Oakland County Board of Commissioners, the local treasurers will be asked to act as treasurers for lake boards in their jurisdictions. Gamble stated that County Commissioner Middleton is expected to attend tonight’s meeting for additional information.
Chief Combs reported on November police statistics as follows: Traffic Citations 100, up from 52 which is due to the “Clicket-or-Ticket” program; Warnings 25 up from 22; Parking Tickets 22 down from 29; Warrant Arrests, 1; PBTs, 406; Fingerprinting, 21; calls for Service 18 down from 44; Building Checks 7. Total Collections included $130 for Parking Fines; PBTs $2,030; Fingerprinting, $210; Totals $2,276 up from $1,800 in October.
Combs reported that on December 1, officers participated in a fund raiser at Pete’s Coney Island, acting as waiters. Police officers waited on tables raising $1,443 for charity for Christmas. Afterwards a DUIL arrest was made.. Female driver was two and one-half times the legal limits of blood alcohol content. Also an incident on Pinehurst involved vandalism to an automobile.
Pursley stated that the new loader was in the garage and he invited Council members to inspect the loader after the meeting. Pursley commented on the difference from the 1978 model and the current 2003 model loader. Pursley urther commented that the D.P.W. has done a fair amount of work using the loader with expectations of more of a work load this winter. Signage has been applied to the loader.
Pursley informed Council that street signs are being brought up to date and reinstalled now that the water and paving project is nearing completion.
Pursley stated that the warranty work on the loader is proving to he very timely on the few minor adjustments that have been required. Pursley remarked that the John Deere heavy duty dealer has changed owners and it appears that parts are difficult to obtain for that particular make.
The D.P.W. has removed graffiti and stickers from light poles and trash containers; a few more areas remain to be addressed.
Pursley reported on the tree that was uprooted in front of 39 South MainThe Oakland County road crews did the initial cleanup on Friday after Thanksgiving. Restoration of the grass will be done in the spring.

County Commissioner Middleton reported on the County Treasurer’s request that local units act as treasurer for lake improvement boards. Pappas reported that this should not pose undue burden on the treasurer’s duties as there is a limited number of bills paid during the year and the special assessments collected on the December tax bills will be retained by the City instead of forwarding to the Oakland County Treasurer. Mr. Middleton presented the Council with the Resolution passed by the Clarkston Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board regarding this issue. Resolution is on file.
Resolved that the resolution dated December 4, 2003, passed by the Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board be adopted which appoints the Treasurer of the city of the Village of Clarkston to the position of Clarkston Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board Treasurer.
Moved that the regular meeting of the City Council scheduled for December 22, 2003, be cancelled.
Chuck Inabnit of South Main Street asked the Council to consider having the Police Department purchase an updated camera.
Gary Tressel, City Engineer, reported to Council that the punch lists for the Paving and Water project are being addressed; however, some work will remain until Spring. Adjustments are to be made in the landscaping and some structural adjusting is needed.
Resolved by That the city council approve payment of Pay Estimate No. 14 in the amount of $167,432.89 to Roger Ingles Construction, Inc.
Discussion was held regarding the shoulders on Miller Road adjacent to the Bickford residence. This was tabled until the April meeting.
Resolved that reappointments to various Boards and Commissions be made as needed
City council adopted a Right-of-Way Resolution to qualify for Metro Act Funds.
Meeting adjourned at 8:05 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, clerk

CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 12, 2004
Meeting called to order at 7:05 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Catallo, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland,
Werner.
Absent: Savage.
Minutes of December 8, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Bills in the amount of $120,452.76 approved for payment.
Chief Combs reported to the Council on the December statistics and the Christmas Parade. Chief Combs further reported that the City Police Department will be eligible for a $5,000 grant for equipment and/or overtime. Chief Combs reported that the vehicle cameras are out of commission and need repairs or replacement.
Council referred the request of Common Ground for $500 funding to the Finance Committee.
Council requested that Bob Pursley be present to review the burglary/fire alarm bids.
Resolved that the City Council approve the Cost Participation Agreement between the Road Commission for Oakland County and the City of the Village of Clarkston for work on White Lake Road, South Holcomb, and Washington.
Moved That the City direct that the replacement street light in front of 69 South Main be placed at its original location, and that this issue be revisited if there is ever a need in the future to replace the street light. Motion carried.
Council members were to submit a questionnaire for the Chamber’s planning purposes for a joint Board meeting on January 21 at the Liberty Golf and Banquet facility.
Meeting adjourned at 7:55 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

ZONING BOARD Of APPEALS
January 29, 2004
7:00 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Thursday, January 29, 2004, at 7:00 p.m. to consider Case B-91, 98 North Holcomb, Parcel I.D. No. 08-20-327-009, a request for a rear yard variance for a proposed addition to be constructed at the east side of the residence.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 26, 2004
Meeting called to order at 7:05 p.m. by Mayor Catallo,
Roll. Present: Catallo, Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Werner.
Absent: Savage.
Minutes of January 12, 2004, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Werner reported on the Chamber of Commerce joint Boards meeting on January 21. Later discussions will follow as a result of this meeting.
Chief Combs reported that the steps at 3 East Church are in need of repair. The D.P.W. and John Morgan have been so notified.
Chief Combs reported that the T.I.A. grant is in process. The Police Department is reviewing cameras that may be purchased with these funds.
The D.P.W. has made arrangements with the Road Commission for Oakland County for snow removal and salting on county roads in the City.
The resolution to vacate Surrey Lane was tabled until the legal description is furnished.
Tressel reported that the wiring and light pole replacement at Main and Waldon will be reviewed so there is no conflict.
Mayor Catallo questioned the parking restrictions on Buffalo. The no parking areas were determined by Chief Combs and will be enforced during special events due to the space needed for emergency vehicles. This issue will be studied further.
Resolved that the new fee schedule for building permits presented by the building inspector be adopted as of the first date that this notification can be published on February 4, 2004.
Resolved that the Council approve payment of $42,642 for the Michigan Municipal League Pool Insurance Coverage for the period February 1, 2004 to January 31, 2005.
Resolved that the City Council adopt the resolution asking the Detroit Water and Sewer Department for a moratorium on water and sewer rates.
Meeting adjourned at 7:48 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
PUBLIC NOTICE
At the last regular meeting of the City Council, held on January 26, 2004, the City Council adopted a new fee schedule for building permits.
These schedules are available for review at the City offices during regular office hours.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Manager

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING February 9, 2004
Meeting called to order at 7:05 P.M. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Catallo, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: None.
Minutes of January 26, 2003, accepted as presented,
Agenda accepted as presented.
Bills in the amount of $173,068.11 approved for payment.
Clifton complimented the D.P.W. for the fine job of snow removal on safety paths.
Chief Combs reported on January statistics which included: Citations 29; Warnings 48; Drunk Driving Arrests 1; Warrant Arrests 2; Misdemeanors 2; Other charges 2. PBTs administered in, January 357; Parking Tickets 40.
City Attorney Ryan reported that the District Court has arranged for Court dates for the Police Department to be held on one day for both judges as one morning a month will be more cost effective for the City.
Pursley stated that with all the snow to be moved, the new loader has been working extremely well. Pursley has met with Steve Dennis of the Road Commission for Oakland County, and the city’s participation in assisting with the snow removal after the Road Commission’s fire was appreciated. The Road Commission now has a temporary building and, the use of equipment from other units, so they are in satisfactory working order.
Proposed alarm system was tabled until next meeting so the Council can review their information. Pursley was asked by the Council to obtain information for an alarm system for 3 East Church also.
The replacement of light poles was tabled until the next meeting.
Moved that the Council approve the request of the Knights of Columbus Council to solicit funds for the mentally retarded on April 2 and 3, 2004, providing proper insurance coverage was available.
The meeting was adjourned at 7:37 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas
Clerk

NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
CHANGE OF MEETING DATE CITY COUNCIL.
The City Council will hold its first March meeting on March 9, 2004, due to the Board of Review meeting on March 8.
The meeting will begin at 7:00 and be held at the City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, on Tuesday, March 9, 2004,
Art Pappas
City Manager

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING: February 23, 2004
Meeting called to order at 7;07 p.m. by Acting Mayor Pro Tem Clifton.

Roll. Present: Clifton, Gamble, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Catallo, Colombo, Meyland
Minutes of February 9, 2004, approved as presented.
Agenda approved as submitted.
Clifton reported that the Planning Commission had reviewed the proposed addition to the Clarkston Conservatory which would add an auditorium and six practice rooms. The City Engineer is to review the plans for Council action. Pappas reported that the Clarkston Conservatory had been granted an easement which allowed for eleven additional spaces when the Depot Road parking lot was improved.
Pursley reported that a new gas tank has been ordered to replace a leaking gas tank in the City’s truck. A discussion was held on a proposed alarm system for the City Hall. Pursley was asked to obtain information on a system for 3 East Church also. This item was tabled until the next meeting.
Pursley reported that Adam Frank was to attend a traffic control meeting and Pursley would be attending a meeting on the West Nile virus. These meetings will take place on Wednesday, February 25.
Pappas reported that City Engineer Tressel will be meeting with the contractor in mid-March to review final phase of the water/paving project.
Chief Combs will review the request to hold a Triathlon and will report to Council. This was tabled until the next meeting.
Resolved that 2003 personal property taxes having unpaid dollar amounts of five dollars or less, totaling $5.66, be removed from the 2003 tax roll.
Council tabled the matter of light pole replacements until the Finance Committee can determine how this can be budgeted.
Pappas is to contact the insurance carrier to determine coverage on damaged poles.
Movd That the March 8 meeting be moved to March 9 due to the Board of Review meeting on March 8.
The council tabled the proposed Pontiac Osteopathic Hospital resolution until more Council members were present.
Resolved That the Mayor and City Manager be authorized to sign checks issued by the City of Clarkston, and further that two signatures are required on each check.
Meeting adjourned at 8:18 p.m.
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

Summary City council meeting March 9, 2004
Meeting called to order at 7:03 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Catallo, Colombo, Gamble, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Meyland.
Minutes of February 23, 2004, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the addition of Clarkston Conservatory Addition under New Business.
Bills in the amount of $51, 612.16 approved for payment.
Clifton commented on the recent Lake Orion fire in downtown Lake Orion and asked if the City should be acting to establish preventative measures for such a disaster in the City. Pursley stated that the Independence Fire Department conducts annual inspections. Key boxes are being considered, and Pursley is to check on this issue.
Colombo introduced Judge Dana Fortinberry of the 52nd District Court who in turn introduced candidate Colleen Moore. Judge Fortinberry and Ms. Moore discussed the Court operations at present and future plans.
Chief Combs gave the February statisitics to the City Council which included the following: Traffic Citiations, 44 up from 29; Warnings, 75 up from 48; Drunk Driving arrests, 2 compared to 2; Parking Tickets, 25 up from 10; PBTs 110, down from 357 (this was due to pre-trial service); Finger Printing 13 up from 6. Total Revenues were $160 from parking fines; PBTs $900, Total police revenues down to $1,220 from $1,928.
Chief Combs informed the Council that a meeting with the sponsors of the proposed Trialthlon is necessary in order to determine if this event is feasible in the City.
Pursley reported that he had attended the MDOT meeting with Pappas and Matt Slicker of Hubbell, Roth and Clark. This meeting was to review the closing of I-75 at Dixie Highway and rerouting the traffic through the City.
Pursley also reported on the seminar at Oakland County for mosquito control with regards to the West Nile Virus. Pursley distributed information that he had received at the seminar. He further reported that the individual residences should work to eliminate standing water of any type.
Pappas reported on the proposed I-75 closure after July 4, and the hours of possible detours through the City.
Resolved that the Shriners? request for the Annual Hospital Fund Drive on June 10, 11, and 12 be honored contingent on the City receiving the Certificate of Insurance.
Correspondence from Oakland County regarding House Bill 4234 was discussed. if this becomes law, the City would eventually stand to lose $9,200 annually from cancelling Personal Property taxes with a taxable value of $10,000 or less. This reduction would be graduated beginning with $3,000 to $6,000 and finally to $10,000.
Resolved that the City be on record as opposing House Bill 4324, and that this be conveyed to State Representatives and State Senators.
Peter Stuhlreyer from Designhaus, architects for the proposed addition to the Clarkston Conservatory, reviewed the plans for the Council. Also present were Scott Kelley, project leader, and Jim Wilhelmsen of the Clarkston Conservatory.
Moved that the matter of the proposed addition to the Clarkston Conservatory be tabled until the next meeting pending receipt from the City Planner for parking recommendations. Motion carried.
Resolved that the City purchase two standby street lights per the information from Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc.
Resolved that the City Council adopt a resolution supporting the proposed POH inpatient facility for the Clarkston area.
Meeting adjourned at 8:32 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING March 22, 2004
Meeting called to order at 7:04 p.m. by Mayor.
Roll. Present: Catallo, Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Werner.
Absent: savage,
Minutes of March 9, 2004, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the removal of Clarkston Conservatory from Old Business.
Clifton read a letter she received from a former business owner in the City regarding fire inspections. Pappas was instructed to send copies of the letter to the Independence Township Fire Department and Bob Pursley.
Mayor Catallo reported that the Clarkston Farm and Garden Club wan interested in replacing the barrel planters. City Attorney Ryan informed council that as long as the planters were off the roadway, there was no liability for the Garden Club.
Pappas reported that there was an inquiry about having a bulletin board in the Tot Lot area. Council unanimously favored maintaining the bulletin board on the porch, and it was felt that no additional bulletin board was required.
Papas reported that City Engineer Gary Tressell, D.P.W. Supervisor Puraley, and Ingles Construction would be meeting on Tuesday, March 23, to review the final stages of phase II of the Water and Paving program and restoration.
Chuck Inabnit of south Main street related to the Council that he had occasion to meet with Chiet Combs and Officer Kitzens, and that the Police Department acted with courtesy and professionalism. He commended the police for handling of the situation in a most, satisfactory manner.
NATIONAL CHILD ABUSE PREVENTION
AND AWARENESS MONTH RESOLUTION
WHEREAS, child abuse is a community problem and finding solutions depends on involvement among people throughout the community;
WHEREAS, approximately 3 million children are reported abused and neglected in this county each year;
WHEREAS, children deserve to grow and thrive in an environment that nurtures them and keeps them sane;
WHEREAS, technology has brought with it the advent of the online child abuse predator, and parents need to closely monitor their children’s computer use;
WHEREAS, the harmful consequences of physical arid emotional abuse of children are felt by whole communities and need to be addressed the the entire community;
WHEREAS, effective child abuse prevention programs succeed because of partnerships created among social service agencies, schools, religious and civic organizations, law enforcement agencies and the business community;
WHEREAS, all citizens should become more aware of the negative effects of child abuse and its prevention with the community and become involved in supporting parents to raise their children in a safe, nurturing environment;
WHEREAS, the State of Michigan has mandatory reporting by professionals working with children of any suspected incidents of child abuse and neglect, a major step in protecting the safety of all children;
WHEREAS the Child Abuse and Neglect Council of Oakland County is an advocate fox the safety of all children and a leading resource in the prevention of child abuse and the protection of children through education, intervention, treatment and research, in collaboration with other community agencies and organizations.
NOW, THEREFORE, The City of Clarkston Council proclaims April as National Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness in the City of the Village of Clarkston and call upon all citizens, community agencies and organizations and businesses to increase their participation in our efforts to prevent child abuse, thereby strengthening the communities in which we live.
Meeting adjourned at 7:22 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas
Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
The City of the Village of Clarkston Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Thursday, May 22, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. to consider Case B-87, 69 South Main Street, Parcel I.D. 08-20-382-008, (The Plum House) for a request for a variance to reduce the side setbacks from ten feet to 5 feet 9 inches and increase the percentage of lot coverage from twenty-five percent to thirty percent.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

SUMMARY
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
February 24, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:06 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Catallo.
Minutes of February 10, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Clifton asked that it be noted that the previous minutes did reflect that the City Council is doing something about the watershed.
New street signs were discussed and the possibility of having “historic district” added to the signs is to be investigated.
The cost of repairing the fire siren and installing it at 3 East Church is being studied.
The loading zone on South Main Street at East Church is being redesignated.
The D.P.W. is reinstalling the surface “No Turn an Red” signs at Washington and Main Streets.
Council complimented the D.P.W. on the condition of the streets after the storm an the week end.
Replacement parts for the new street lights will be ordered for maintenance purposes. Replacement parts for the damaged street light have been ordered.
MDOT should be replacing any yews around the parking lot that did not survive.
The drainage at the corner of the wall on Main and Washington was discussed. Drainage will be inspected in the spring.
Pappas reported on the extra maintenance costs of the downtown sanitary sewers due to plugging and subsequent treatments by the Independence Township D.P.W. with chemicals to break up blockages. Clifton suggested that the City might share the costs with the restaurant and food vending businesses. Pappas was instructed to ask the City Engineer’s opinion on this issue.
Pappas asked the Council if they thought it necessary to consider permits and a charge for hanging banners across Main Street. Pappas was instructed to obtain costs estimates from the Township D.P.W. who uses a lift to hang the banners and take them down. This would give the Council an idea on permit costs, if any.
Scott Meyland will fill in on the evening Board of Review meetings as there is a vacancy to be filled.
Resolved by That the City Council extend the appointment of Ernest Combs as Acting Police Chief for an additional ninety days and set that date as the dead line for establishing the permanent police chief position.
Moved by That the regular Council meeting scheduled for March 10, 2003, be moved to March 11, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. due to the conflict with the Board of Review meeting scheduled for March 10.
Resolved by That the City Council consider revenues from Gazebo rentals as Income instead of Reserves.
Resolved That the City of the Village of Clarkston affirms that the definition of U.S. waters subject to the Clean Water Act should include, in addition to traditionally navigable waters, all non-navigable tributaries, intermittent and ephemeral streams, waters that pass through man-made conveyances, and all wetlands whether or not there is a visible connection to surface waters.
Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
SUMMARY
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
February 24, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:06 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Catallo.
Minutes of February 10, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Clifton asked that it be noted that the previous minutes did reflect that the City Council is doing something about the watershed.
New street signs were discussed and the possibility of having “historic district” added to the signs is to be investigated.
The cost of repairing the fire siren and installing it at 3 East Church is being studied.
The loading zone on South Main Street at East Church is being redesignated.
The D.P.W. is reinstalling the surface “No Turn an Red” signs at Washington and Main Streets.
Council complimented the D.P.W. on the condition of the streets after the storm an the week end.
Replacement parts for the new street lights will be ordered for maintenance purposes. Replacement parts for the damaged street light have been ordered.
MDOT should be replacing any yews around the parking lot that did not survive.
The drainage at the corner of the wall on Main and Washington was discussed. Drainage will be inspected in the spring.
Pappas reported on the extra maintenance costs of the downtown sanitary sewers due to plugging and subsequent treatments by the Independence Township D.P.W. with chemicals to break up blockages. Clifton suggested that the City might share the costs with the restaurant and food vending businesses. Pappas was instructed to ask the City Engineer’s opinion on this issue.
Pappas asked the Council if they thought it necessary to consider permits and a charge for hanging banners across Main Street. Pappas was instructed to obtain costs estimates from the Township D.P.W. who uses a lift to hang the banners and take them down. This would give the Council an idea on permit costs, if any.
Scott Meyland will fill in on the evening Board of Review meetings as there is a vacancy to be filled.
Resolved by That the City Council extend the appointment of Ernest Combs as Acting Police Chief for an additional ninety days and set that date as the dead line for establishing the permanent police chief position.
Moved by That the regular Council meeting scheduled for March 10, 2003, be moved to March 11, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. due to the conflict with the Board of Review meeting scheduled for March 10.
Resolved by That the City Council consider revenues from Gazebo rentals as Income instead of Reserves.
Resolved That the City of the Village of Clarkston affirms that the definition of U.S. waters subject to the Clean Water Act should include, in addition to traditionally navigable waters, all non-navigable tributaries, intermittent and ephemeral streams, waters that pass through man-made conveyances, and all wetlands whether or not there is a visible connection to surface waters.
Meeting adjourned at 7:45 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas

SUMMARY
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
March 11, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:08 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Catallo, Colombo, Gamble, Werner.
Absent: Clifton, Meyland, Savage.
Minutes of February 24, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with a change in the total bill amount to be approved.
Bills in the amount of $326,834.49 approved for payment.
Acting Chief Combs reported on the Police Department statistics for the month of February.
D.P.W. Supervisor Pursley reported that snow removal was being handled normally. Pursley has been obtaining quotes from spraying companies for mosquito control with concerns for the West Nile Virus. Pursley also reported on the synthetic oil to be used in city vehicles.
Pappas is to inform downtown prepared food retailers about the sewer maintenance charges for grease blockages.
Matt Slicker of Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc., reviewed the drainage problems on Madison Court and the alternatives to remedy the problem. One alternative is to directionality bore a drain at the south end of Madison to Holcomb for an estimated cost of $21,537.25. The second alternative is to run the storm sewer north on Madison to Church Street at an estimated cost of $14,843.05 which is approximately $5,000 more than the original drainage planned at Madison and West Church.
Resolved that the drainage issue on Madison Court be resolved by two leaching basins at East Church Street and a storm drain heading north on Madison Court to East Church Street at an estimated cost of $14,843.05.
Matt Slicker reviewed the request by Forrest Milzow to have an additional fire hydrant placed on the Surrey Lane apartment complex.
Resolved that the City Council approve the extension to the water main at Surrey Lane as proposed by the City Engineer contingent upon one half of the cost paid by the property owner at the onset of the project and the balance by September 1.
A letter from the Oakland County Drain Commission regarding a meeting on March 20 regarding the 50-year Master Plan as it relates to the sewer infrastructure was discussed. Council was informed that this meeting will be attended by a representative from Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc., City Engineer.
Correspondence from the Michigan Municipal League regarding contributions to the Michigan Municipal League project, for enhancing local governments. Council instructed Pappas to inform the Michigan Municipal League that at this time the City is not in a position to assist in this funding at this time.
Meeting adjourned at 7:58 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas
Clerk

375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April 28, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:07 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Catallo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Clifton, Colombo.
Minutes of April 14, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Acting Chief Combs reported that there have been patrols after 11:00 by the Clarkston Police Department and two OUIL arrests have been made this month. Combs reported that graffiti has been appearing in several places, and the Police Department will be dealing with this. Citations or warnings have been issued for illegal right turns at Washington and Main Streets.
The D.P.W. removed the asphalt on Depot Road for the water main, storm sewer, and street construction. Also, trees and bushes have been removed and replanted where possible in various locations. The D.P.W. has borrowed a chipper from Independence Township and will begin cleanup in the park area first, then the other areas will be covered. Pursley reported that there are three trees down in the park area. There appears to be more brush on the streets as residents are cleaning out their yards. There have been no pickups of brush on Main Street; all other areas have had at least one pickup. Pursley reported that his department may work on the park area on Saturday to have the park ready for upcoming events.
Moved That the Council meet on May 27 instead of May 26 due to the observance of Memorial Day.
Resolved by that conceptual plans proposed by Mr. Broock and Mr. Elsea for landscaping of the north and south sides of Depot Road adjacent to the Real Estate buildings be approved by City Council with reviews by the City Engineer and the Department of Public Works, lease to follow.
Resolved That the City Council approve in principle the request of Richard Olsen for fill at 6123 Overlook pending easement for maintenance, and that Mr. Olsen pay for the additional cost of the extension of the drain field, and that Hubbell, Roth and Clark approve of the fill plan.?
Resolved that the City apply for the Oakland County West Nile Virus program whereby the County will aid the City in the amount of $372.68 for the City’s mosquito control program.
Resolved that the Resolution for local approval of the request to transfer the Class C License for the Clarkston Union, 54 South Main Street, be adopted. (Copy of Resolution attached to the official Minutes)
The signal modernization at West Washington and South Main was discussed, and it was determined that Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc., City Engineers, would draw up the easement required.
Resolved that a progress payment to Ingles Construction Company in the amount of $39,654.75 be authorized for payment.
Meeting adjourned at 8:07 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas
Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF Clarkston
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING
DATE
Meeting called to order at 7:07 p.m. by Mayor Cattalo.
Roll. Present: Cattalo, Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Meyland.
Minutes of April 28, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Resolved That bills in the amount of $295,343.32 be approved for payment.
Gamble questioned the increase in franchise fees by COMCAST Cable Company. City Attorney Ryan discussed the cable industry, and COMCAST increases in charges to customers. He explained that there was nothing the City could do as Congress has legislated municipal units out of the rate business.
Acting Chief Combs reported the following statistics for April: 82 Traffic Citations, 42 Warnings issued. Traffic Stops remained the same as previously reported and citations increased. There were four OUIL citations, two of these on overtime. Parking tickets increased from 22 to 24, and there were three warrant arrests, and eight misdemeanor citations. There were 134 PBTS conducted, 14 finger printings, and one significant complaint.
Combs further reported that the graffiti is being investigated by the Police Department.
Combs stated that the two-hour areas are where the majority of tickets are issued. Combs reported that signs for parking in the City are adequate.
Gary Tressel of Hubbell, Roth and Clark, reported that he was working with MDOT regarding striping for turns at Washington and Main Streets.
Grace Savage from the Clarkston Farm and Garden Club was present to report that Frank’s Nursery was going to donate flowers for the plantings in the barrels and downtown area. MS. Savage stated that the Farm and Garden Club would like to make the downtown planting project to be a community effort with area resident volunteers. This would involve cleanup and plantings. This will take place on Thursday, May 22, meeting in the parking lot at Main and Washington. Participants in this effort should bring garbage bags and gardening tools.
Gary Tressel reported that the recommendations to MDOT for the upgrading of traffic signals at Main Street and Washington were implemented by MDOT. Tressel also gave an update on the Water Project.
Resolved That the Change Order to the Water Main Contract for the planter boxes on Depot Road be approved by the City Council; this would be at no additional costs due to items removed from the contract.
Tressel reported that the parking lot on Depot Road would be pulverized and resurfaced this week.
Tressel reported that there would be irrigation at the parking lot as well as a spigot for hoses. The Township has agreed for a flat rate on this water usage to avoid having to install a meter at this location. This water for irrigation will be available after July 9.
Meeting adjourned at 8:13 p.m.
Respectfully submitted
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
CHANGE OF MEETING DATE
Due to the observance of Memorial Day on May 26, 2003, the City Council will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, May 27, 2003, at 7:00 in the City Hall, 375 Depot Road instead of Monday, May 26, 2003.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 27, 2003
(Meeting held on Tuesday, May 27, 2003,
due to observance of Memorial Day)
Meeting called to order at 7:05 .m. by Mayer Pro Tem Meyland.
Roll: Present: Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Werner.
Absent: Catallo, Savage.
Minutes of May 12, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the addition of Depot Road Landscaping under New Business.
Meyland reported on the ZBA meeting of May 22, 2003, for variances on the Plum House at 69 South Main. The plans submitted were approved contingent on the Historic District Commission review.
Gamble asked about the Mill Pond water level. Gary Tressel of Hubbell, Roth and Clark, City Engineers, reported that the Mill Pond level should be rising as the water main work that required that the level be lowered is complete.
Acting Chief Combs reported on Police activities for the ‘Click it or Ticket? program. Combs reported that there have been complaints on skate boarding in town. There have been incidents of skateboarding on the wall surfaces which could lead to injury and damage to the wall caps. Combs asked the Council to consider a skate board ordinance restricting use of skate boards in certain areas.
Combs state that the PBTs and fingerprinting services were generating revenues that he would like to see put in a reserve for police purchases. The council asked that the Finance Committee consider this request when preparing the next budget.
D.P.W. Supervisor Purley’s reported that the D.P.W. was still working on debris pickup from the recent ice storm. Pursley stated that part-time employee Todd Bradley has been hired. Bradley is a West Bloomfield fire department employee. Bradley’s hours dovetail with Purley’s and makes scheduling more productive. Pursley reported that the tot lot needs to be re-chipped; also, the merry-go-round is beyond repair, and a new one is needed.
Gamble asked if large trees falling into the Mill Pond should be removed. Gamble is to bring this item to the Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board.
Mr. Olsen was present to request permission from the Council to allow him to fill in his property without an easement, from the chestnut tree to the pine trees in the back of his lot. Obtaining the easement was costly, and Mr. Olsen feels that if he is allowed to fill in his lot beyond the area requiring an easement, it would be satisfactory. Tressel asked for plans to show what fill would take place.
Resolved That the amended fill proposed be approved providing the City Engineer feels all necessary requirements are met by the new plans to be submitted by Mr. Olsen.
Tressel updated the Council on the Water Main project. Tressel stated that most equipment was stored on the right-of-way, and if there was debris that should be cleaned up, he would so instruct the contractor.
Resolved That the City Council authorized replacement of the deteriorated culvert at the price not to exceed $9,500.
Tressel reported that irrigation repairs are on-going in Depot Park. There is to be a meeting at 8:30 a.m. on Thursday, May 29, to review plantings in the newly constructed planter areas on Depot Road.
Waldon Road will be started after school is out.
Main at Washington Street should have the irrigation system within a few weeks.
Tressel reported that East Church would be curbed from Main Street to the City limits.
Moved The that regular meeting of the City Council be held on June 10, 2003, instead of June 9, 2003, due to the School election.
Meeting adjourned at 7:57 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, M1 48346
BUDGET HEARING NOTICE
CITY COUNCIL
JUNE 10, 2003
7.00 P.M.
A Public Hearing will be held regarding the 2003 – 2004 City Budget on June 10, 2003. Copies of the proposed 2003 – 2004 budget are available for inspection at the City offices, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI 48346, during regular office hours after June 6, 2003,
THE PROPERTY TAX MILLAGE RATE PROPOSED TO BE LEVIED TO SUPPORT THE PROPOSED BUDGET WILL BE A SUBJECT OF THIS HEARING.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Manager

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
The City of the Village of Clarkston Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Thursday, June 12, 2003, at 7:00 p.m, to consider Case B-88, 10 Robertson Court, Parcel I.D. 08-20-402-003 for a request for a variance of eleven feet for the rear setback.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MT 48346
CHANGE OF MEETING DATE 2
Due to the School Election on June 9, 2003, the City Council will hold its regular meeting on Tuesday, June 10, 2003, at 7:00 in the City Hall, 375 Depot Road instead of Monday, June 9, 2003.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE TO ALL CITY RESIDENTS
2002 – 2003 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS PUBLIC HEARING
MONDAY, JUNE 23, 2003
The City of the Village of Clarkston will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, June 23, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. at the City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI 48346, County of Oakland for the purpose of discussing the reprogramming of Program Year 2002 Community Development Block Grant Funds in the amount of $4,000. The original allocation was for Senior Center Furniture and Equipment. The proposed change in allocations is for Senior Center Appliances (Dishwasher).
All interested persons are encouraged to attend the hearing. Persons attending the hearing shall have the right to provide written and oral comments and suggestions regarding possible uses of the Community Development Block Grant Funds,
Artemus M. Pappas
City Manager

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING JUNE 10, 2003
(Note: Meeting hold on Tuesday due to School Election)
Meeting called to order at 7:05 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Catallo, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage. Werner.
Absent: None.
Minutes of May 27, 2003, approved as presented.
Amended Agenda approved as presented with the addition of Acting Chief Police extension.
Bills in the amount of $557,548.45 approved for payment.
Budget Hearing was held where City residents expressed concerns over the City Millage rates. Budget was discussed and Council agreed to continue to monitor finances.
Public Hearing was held for Community Block Grant Program allocation for Program Year 2002, Senior Citizens Equipment. No one was present for comments.
Acting Chief Combs reported that in-line skating and skate boarding incidents have created problems with walls and new planting areas in Depot Park as well as a safety issue. Combs asked that an ordinance be drafted dealing with this issue. Attorney Ryan is to work with Combs to draw up an appropriate ordinance covering skate boarding and in-line skating.
Combs gave the monthly police reports on citations, motor carrier stops, warrant arrests, PBTs given, and fingerprinting.
Combs further reported that the Police Department now has a new website and e-mail address.
Adam Frank reported that the chipping program is continuing on Main Street. Holcomb has been completed, and work on picking up the debris should be completed this week. Clifton suggested that a notice be published that the debris pick up program is completed and no new piles would be picked up by the City.
Resolved That the Program Year 2002 Community Development Block Grant funds allocated to the Senior Center for Equipment and Furniture in the amount of $4,000 be reallocated to the Senior Center for Appliance Purchase (Dishwasher).
Pappas reported that the sewer use charges from Detroit Water and Sewer Department would be increasing. The Finance Committee is to make a recommendation to the City Council regarding new sewer rates.
Several City residents were present to discuss water main construction schedules. Gary Tressel of Hubbell, Roth and Clark, City Engineer, stated that more effort would be put into informing residents of schedules and progress of the water main project.
A discussion was held regarding merchants using sidewalk areas for displays. Council approves in concept of this use; however, monitoring will be done to insure safety issues in this practice.
Resolved That the City Council authorize the installation of the water main down into Phase II of Surrey Lane apartments, and further authorize Hubbell, Roth and Clark, Inc., to proceed whenever proper documents are filed for the vacation of Surrey Lane.
Moved That a public hearing be held at the July 14, 2003, Council meeting to initiate proceedings for the vacation of Surrey Lane to the west side of North Holcomb.
Resolved That the City Council authorize the Mayor and the City Manager to accept bids and contract for the plantings and irrigation system for the Depot Park planters in an amount not to exceed $20,000.
Resolved That the City Council enter into negotiations with the intent of establishing an agreeable contract between the City of the Village of Clarkston and Acting Chief Combs, effective July 1, 2003, appointing Ernest Combs as Chief of Police.
Resolved That the amended budget attached to the official Minutes with revenues of $669,277 and Disbursements of $639,088 be adopted for FY 2002-2003.? Meeting adjourned at 9:52 p.m.
Respectfully submitted
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
ZONING BOard OF APPEALS
July 3, 2003
7:00 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Thursday, July 3, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. to consider Case B-89, 29 South Holcomb, Parcel I.D. No. 08-20-376-004, a request for a variance to allow construction of a free-standing garage on legal non-conforming use property.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING JUNE 23, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:04 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Catallo, Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Werner.
Absent: Savage
Minutes of June 10, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the addition of the Broock Realty and Real Estate One Agreement under Unfinished Business.
Resolved That the City Council give D.P.W. Supervisor Pursley permission to solicit bids from at least three vendors for purchase and lease options for a new loader with or without trade.
The following resolution was adopted:
WHEREAS, Jack and Alice Hunt have for years been supporters of the community SCAMP Program, and
WHEREAS, These individuals have given a lifetime of love and devotion to the special needs of others, and
WHEREAS, Jack Hunt continues to contribute his efforts and talents to the SCAMP Program,
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That the City Council representing the citizens of the City of the Village of Clarkston, expresses the community’s appreciation for the commitment and dedication of Jack and Alice Hunt’s contributions to the SCAMP Program, and
THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED, That this Resolution be made a part of the official Minutes of the City Council of the City of the Village of Clarkston, and
THEREFORE, BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, That July 17, 2003, be recognized by the City of the Village of Clarkston as Jack and Alice Hunt Day for the Hunt’s work with the SCAMP Program.
Mayor Catallo opened the hearing for the reallocation of CDBG funds at 7:53 p.m. No comments were received from the Council or from citizens present at the meeting. Mayor Catallo closed the hearing at 7:54 p.m.
Resolved That the Program Year 2002 Community Development Block Grant funds allocated to the Senior Center for Equipment and Furniture in the amount of $4,000 be reallocated to the Senior Center for Appliance Purchase (Dishwasher). Council reviewed the correspondence from the Michigan Municipal League regarding the annual meeting on September 17 – 19, 2003.
City residents were present to discuss traffic on Holcomb Road. City Engineer is to contact the Road Commission to determine if stop signs at Holcomb Road and Washington Streets can be considered. Also, speed humps on Holcomb are to be studied.
The Finance Committee will be giving recommendations to City Attorney Ryan with regards to the Police Chief’s contract that will be effective July 1, 2003.
Resolved That the City Council accept the lowest bid for the planting at Depot Park in the amount of $29,382 from Distinctive Landscapes per the agreement submitted and on file.
After a discussion on the plantings at the parking lot on Main Street, Gary Tressel was asked to obtain a bid for planting from Distinctive Landscapes.
Resolved That the City Council accept in concept the leases for Real Estate One and Broock Real Estate Company.”
Resolved That Council Salaries for Fiscal Year 2004 totaling $6,850 be approved for payment.
Resolved That Planning Commission Salaries for Fiscal Year 2004 totaling $190 be approved for payment.
Resolved That the 2003 City Operations Millage Rate be set at 13.5148 Mills.
Resolved That the 2003 City Debt Retirement Millage Race be set at 4.8894 Mills.
Resolved That the FY 2004 General Fund Budget of $700,476, copy attached to the official Minutes, be adopted by the City of the Village of Clarkston Council.
Resolved That the FY 2004 Local Road Budget in the amount of $21,100, copy attached to the official Minutes, be adopted by the City of the Village of Clarkston Council.
Resolved That the FY 2004 Major Road Budget in the amount of $34,100, copy attached to the official Minutes, be adopted by the City of the Village of Clarkston Council.
Resolved, That the wages for Police Officers and D.P.W. employee Adam Frank be increased by three percent for FY 2004.
Meeting adjourned at 8:27 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
NOMINATING PETITIONS NOVEMBER CITY ELECTION OFFICES OF CITY COUNCIL AND MAYOR
Registered voters in the City of the Village of Clarkston will be electing three City Council Persons for two year terms at an election to be held on Tuesday, November 4, 2003.
Nominating Petitions for the above-naned positions are available from the City Clerk, 375 Depot Road, and are due to be completed and returned to the Clerk on or before 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 5, 2003. Petitions Shall be signed by not less than twenty nor more than forty registered electors in the City of the Village of Clarkston.
Also required is an Affidavit of Identity available from the City Clerk.
Note: Write-in candidates must file a Declaration of Intent, available from the City Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 31, 2003.
Please call (248) 625-1559 if there are any questions.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING July 28, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:04 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll. Present: Catallo, Clifton, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Colombo.
Minutes of July 14, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
Resolved That all new rentals of the Gazebo for weddings be set at a rate of $200 for a two-hour period.
Resolved That payment of Pay Estimate No. 9 to Roger Ingles Construction, Inc., in the amount of $158,851.56, be approved.
Pappas reminded the Council that petitions for the November election were due by 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 5.
Mayor Catallo opened a Public Hearing on the vacating of Surrey Lane at 8:33 p.m. Gary Tressel, City Engineer, explained the purpose and area to be vacated. Lot 5 will remain public right-of-way but maintained by the property owner.
The Public Hearing was closed at 8:36 p.m.
Resolved That the City Council enter into a contract with Distinctive Landscape or plantings at West Washington and Main Street in the City parking lot in the amount of $19,528, per the bid presented dated July 8, 2003 with additional minor design changes with stepping stones in the center island.
Tressel reported that the Main Street/West Washington City parking lot is being used as a staging area for the construction materials; therefore, capping work and upgrade to the parking lot will be submitted at the next council meeting.
Resolved That the City of the Village of Clarkston enter into membership with the Clinton River Watershed Council, annual dues $500, and contract for the Public Education Plan as follows:
Year 1 $1,588
Year 2 1,630
Year 3 1,685
Year 4 1,735
Resolved that the City of the Village of Clarkston enter into the contract with the members of the Upper Clinton Subwatershed Group to have Carlisle/Wortman Associates develop the Watershed Management Plan over an 18-month process. The City of the village of Clarkston’s share of this contract is to be up to $5,700.
Meeting adjourned at 8:25 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING AUGUST 11, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:03 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll: Present: Catallo, Clifton, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Colombo.
Minutes of July 28, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the addition of Pay Estimate No. 10 for water main construction.
Mayor Cattalo expressed a concern on the parking and curbs on Buffalo between East Church and Waldon.
Chief Combs reported on the police statistics for the month of July. Two auxiliary police officers were used for the car show.
Chief Combs explained to the Council the new law going into effect on October 1, which designates .08 alcohol content for drunk drivers.
DPW. Director Pursley reported to the Council that the City Hall had been without power all day. The generator was used to give power to the City Hall. Chips for the tot lot have been ordered; however, there will be a two week delay. The dog waste units have been installed and this seems to be working well. Several favorable comments have been received from users of the park.
Pursley reported that the water main project was progressing and paving of Waldon was scheduled for Friday, August 15. Dust control was scheduled for West Washington and Waldon. Pursley will contact the contractor about sweeping streets daily.
Pursley reported that bids for a front end loader were mailed today to three dealers.
Gamble reported that several trees that were in poor condition were removed from North Holcomb.
The Council will hold a closed meeting on Tuesday, April 12, at 6:30 p.m. to discuss property acquisition.
Council reported that there were hanging limbs in various locations and tree trimming appeared to be in order. Pursley reported that this is an ongoing program, and he inventories this situation on a regular basis.
Charles Inabnit of South Main Street reported that items were left in the staging area on Overlook at Middle Lake Road. Pursley will look into this.

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
September 25, 2003
7:00 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Thursday, September 25, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. to consider Case B-90, 27 and 29 South Holcomb, Parcel I.D. No. 08-20-376-004, a request for a side yard variance for a proposed garage to be constructed at that site.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
NOTICE OF LAST DAY OF REGISTRATION OF THE ELECTORS OF THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
OAKLAND COUNTY, MICHIGAN
ALL ELECTORS ARE HEREBY GIVEN NOTICE that a General Election will be held in the City of the Village of Clarkston on Tuesday, November 4, 2003.
Electors who wish to vote in the election must be registered no later than October 6, 2003. To register, visit any Secretary of State branch office, the County Clerk’s office or the City Clerk’s office.
If you wish to register at the City Clerk’s office, please call ahead for business hours.
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD, CLARKSTON, MI 48346
PHONE: (248) 625-1559

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL SEPTEMBER 8, 2003 MEETING
Meeting called to order at 7:03 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll: Present: Clifton, Catallo, Gamble, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Colombo, Meyland.
Minutes of August 25, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the removal of Police Contract from old Business.
Bills in the amount of $318,014.28 approved for payment.
Savage asked that the D. P. W. contact the landscaper as to a watering schedule for the planters.
Gamble asked about the watering of the sod. Gary Tressel stated that the contractor is responsible for the first fourteen days of watering the sod at no extra expense to the City.
Savage asked Tressel about the status of the overall budget for the water and paving project. Tressel stated that he will have a report for the Council at the next meeting.
Mayor Catallo asked that the D. P. W. be informed of the bees in the playground area.
Chief Combs gave statistics for August and reported on revenues as follows: Parking Fines, $240; PBTs, $890; Fingerprinting, $220; and Police Reports, $27.
Chief Combs reported that speed enforcement on Holcomb and other roads in the City will be increased now that the road work is being completed.
Pappas reported that there have been complaints about the sidewalk in front of Rudy’s Market.
Resolved That the City Council approve the Agreement of Lease between the City of Clarkston and MBI Holdings involving a portion of the adjacent land right-of-way that lies from the face of the building to the existing back of the curb along Depot Road at 27 South Main Street.
Resolved That the D. P. W. Supervisor’s Salary be increased by $1,000 retroactive to July 1, 2003. Further, that the D. P. W. Supervisor be authorized use the D. P. W. automobile for travel to and from his residence.
Resolved that the deadline be extended to September 15, 2003, for paving Pinehurst west of the bridge if the proper indemnification and releases are obtained unanimously from the Pinehurst residents with regards to the safety of the bridge for the contractor’s equipment.
Curt Catallo was present to request Council’s recommendation to the Chief of Police for approval on the LLC application for outdoor liquor sales on Oktoberfest.
Resolved by Clifton That the City Council recommend that Chief Combs approve the LCC application for Oktoberfest alcohol sales for the Clarkston Union on September 27, 2003.
Moved That the request of Steve Hudson for a reconfiguration of lots 08-20-252-044, 045, and 046 be referred to the Planning Commission for its recommendation.
Meeting adjourned at 8:53.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL SEPTEMBER 8, 2003 MEETING
Meeting called to order at 7:03 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll: Present: Clifton, Catallo, Gamble, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Colombo, Meyland.
Minutes of August 25, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the removal of Police Contract from old Business.
Bills in the amount of $318,014.28 approved for payment.
Savage asked that the D. P. W. contact the landscaper as to a watering schedule for the planters.
Gamble asked about the watering of the sod. Gary Tressel stated that the contractor is responsible for the first fourteen days of watering the sod at no extra expense to the City.
Savage asked Tressel about the status of the overall budget for the water and paving project. Tressel stated that he will have a report for the Council at the next meeting.
Mayor Catallo asked that the D. P. W. be informed of the bees in the playground area.
Chief Combs gave statistics for August and reported on revenues as follows: Parking Fines, $240; PBTs, $890; Fingerprinting, $220; and Police Reports, $27.
Chief Combs reported that speed enforcement on Holcomb and other roads in the City will be increased now that the road work is being completed.
Pappas reported that there have been complaints about the sidewalk in front of Rudy’s Market.
Resolved That the City Council approve the Agreement of Lease between the City of Clarkston and MBI Holdings involving a portion of the adjacent land right-of-way that lies from the face of the building to the existing back of the curb along Depot Road at 27 South Main Street.
Resolved That the D. P. W. Supervisor’s Salary be increased by $1,000 retroactive to July 1, 2003. Further, that the D. P. W. Supervisor be authorized use the D. P. W. automobile for travel to and from his residence.
Resolved that the deadline be extended to September 15, 2003, for paving Pinehurst west of the bridge if the proper indemnification and releases are obtained unanimously from the Pinehurst residents with regards to the safety of the bridge for the contractor’s equipment.
Curt Catallo was present to request Council’s recommendation to the Chief of Police for approval on the LLC application for outdoor liquor sales on Oktoberfest.
Resolved by Clifton That the City Council recommend that Chief Combs approve the LCC application for Oktoberfest alcohol sales for the Clarkston Union on September 27, 2003.
Moved That the request of Steve Hudson for a reconfiguration of lots 08-20-252-044, 045, and 046 be referred to the Planning Commission for its recommendation.
Meeting adjourned at 8:53.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

Sale of Used Wheeled Loader
The City Of The Village of Clarkston is Accepting Sealed Bids for a Used 1978 Ford A-62 Wheeled Front End Loader with 1-1/2 yard Bucket. Loader will be Sold AS IS. Unit has approximately 3000 hours.
Equipment may be viewed by appointment at The City Of Clarkston DPW Garage. Bidder should contact DPW Director Bob Pursley @ 248-625-1265.
Bids will be received until 2:00 P.M. Friday November 7, 2003 and will be awarded at the regular City Council Meeting on Monday November 17, 2003. A minimum bid of $9400 is required. Bid shall be Delivered or Mailed in a sealed envelope, marked “A-62 Loader Bid” to:
City of Clarkston Treasure
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
CITY ELECTION
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN That a City Election will be held in the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 4, 2003
THE POLLS will be open 7 o’clock a.m. until 8 o’clock p.m.
AT THE CITY HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING NON-PARTISAN OFFICES:
Three City Council Members for two-year terms.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING OCTOBER 8, 2003
Meeting called to order at 6:02 p.m. by Mayor Catallo.
Roll: Present: Catallo, Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: None.
Minutes of September 22, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented after amending the total bill amount.
Bills in the amount of $507,216.70 approved for payment.
Adam Frank asked and was granted permission for the D.P.W. to seek bids on the old loader.
Correspondence from the Road Commission for Oakland County with a County Commissioners’ Resolution prohibits trucks from Dixie Highway to White Lake Road, South Holcomb, and West Washington and will be allowed for local deliveries only.
A homeowner on West Washington stated that construction vibration had caused cracks in the walls of his home at 42 West Washington. He also stated that he felt that there was an ordinance violation as there was no screening barrier between his property and the Clarkston Mills property.
Gary Tressel stated that any claims for damage due to construction should be addressed to Ingles Construction Company, Inc. Further, after discussion on the screening, City Attorney Ryan stated that it appears the screening is a matter between property owners.
City Attorney Ryan stated that the screening is not in violation as the site plan was approved twenty-five years ago and it is difficult to go back 18 to 25 years.
Gary Tressel stated that the storm sewer on West Washington under a residence is being researched to determine what repairs are needed and what can be done to effect these repairs.
Tressel further stated that all complaints due to the water main construction and street paving should be resolved by the end of the contract period.
Meyland reported that Chief Combs was satisfied with the draft of the Police Chief’s contract and final approval by Council is scheduled for the October 27 meeting.
The City Council approved placement of temporary signage of a thermometer in the Township Hall yard for fund raising purposes.
Meeting adjourned at 7:56 p.m.
Respectfully submitted
Artemus M. Pappas, Clerk

CITY OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
PUBLIC NOTICE
NOTICE TO ALL CITY RESIDENTS
2004 COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT FUNDS
PUBLIC HEARING
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 2003
7:00 P.M.
The City of the Village of Clarkston will hold a Public Hearing on Monday, November 10, 2003, at 7:00 p.m. at the City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI 48346, County of Oakland for the purpose of discussing use of 2004 Community Development Block, Grant Funds inn the amount of $8,000.
All interested persons are encouraged to attend the hearing. Persons attending the hearing shall have the right to provide written send oral comments and suggestions regarding possible uses of the Community Development-Block, Grant Funds.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Manager

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 49346
SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL SPECIAL MEETING OCTOBER 21, 2003
Meeting called to order at 6:30 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Meyland.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: Catallo.
Gary Tressel of Hubbell, Roth and Clark reviewed change Orders Nos. 5 to 21 and Pay Estimate No. 13 for Ingles Construction. Tressel also stated that the paving on Middle Lake Road has to be addressed due to the extra wide second coat and crown. The contractor and City Engineer are reviewing solutions for this issue.
Resolved That the City Council approve Change Orders Nos. 5 to 21 arid subsequent payment of Pay Estimate No. 13 in the amount of $278,255.06 which includes these change orders.
Tressel reported that the Road Commission for Oakland County will be participating in costs for road and storm sewer repairs on County roads for an approximate amount of $230,000.
Repairs to the storm sewer at 42 West Washington are being studied.
Tressel reviewed the expenditure and bonding funds for Phase II of the water project.
Meeting adjourned at 7:03 p.m.
Sincerely,
Artemus M. Pappas
Clerk

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING OCTOBER 27, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Meyland.
Roll. Present: Clifton, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Werner.
Absent: Catallo, Savage.
Minutes of October 8, 2003, accepted as presented.
Minutes of the October 21, 2003, Special Meeting accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented.
The D.P.W. will remove signs stuck on new lamp posts.
Chief Combs gave the statistics for September. Receipts from PBTs, parking fines, and Police Reports were $1,850.
Chief Combs reported on a dog biting incident on Pinehurst. The court ordered the animal apprehended by the County Animal Control.
Pursley reported that both safety paths in the park and along White Lake Road have had an overlay and that the City parking lot at Main and Washington is being improved with curbs which should be completed by Tuesday, weather permitting. A two-inch cap on the surface is scheduled for the parking lot.
Pursley reported that the new loader may be delivered as soon as the first week in November.
Charles Inabnit of South Main Street asked the Council to consider a Vicious Dog Ordinance similar to the Township’s ordinance.
Mr. Inabnit asked about the missing lamp post at Waldon and Main. Pursley reported that parts were on order. Payment has already been received by the insurance carrier for the damage to the lamp post.
Monica McGraw of North Holcomb asked for the status of the traffic control on Holcomb and the issue of stop signs at Holcomb and Washington Streets. Chief Combs reported that his department is doing more patrolling since construction on Holcomb has been completed. The Road Commission is scheduled to do a study with regards to the necessity of stop signs at Washington and Holcomb.
Ms. McGraw also asked if some type of signage could be posted to indicate that Holcomb is an area with children playing. She presented pictures of such signage used in another municipality for Council to review.
Ms. McGraw asked why sod instead of gravel was placed on shoulder areas. Pursley stated that the sod is placed at corners to discourage parking that creates restricted vision.
Resolved that the City approve the Employment Contract with the Police Chief for a one-year employment period as stipulated.
Resolved That Halloween Hours be set at 6:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. on Friday, October 31, 2003.
Council asked for more information as to specific locations and times of proposed locations before placement of a fund-raiser thermometer in the City other than on the Township Hall lawn.
Meeting adjourned at 7:37 p.m.
Respectfully submitted,
Artemus M. Pappas
Clerk

SUMMARY CITY COUNCIL MEETING NOVEMBER 10, 2003
Meeting called to order at 7:03 p.m. by Mayor Catallo
Roll. Present: Clifton, Catallo, Colombo, Gamble, Meyland, Savage, Werner.
Absent: None.
Newly-elected Council Members Colombo, Gamble, and Savage were sworn in by the Clerk.
Minutes of October 27, 2003, accepted as presented.
Agenda accepted as presented with the addition of striping or curbing on Miller Road under New Business.
Mayor Catallo opened the Community Block Grant Funds Public Hearing for 2004 Funds at 7:10 p.m.
Pappas read a letter from the Women’s Survival Center requesting consideration for CDBG funds. Council discussed this issue and tabled it for future funding.
The CDBG Public Hearing was closed at 7:17 p.m.
Bills in the amount of $108,497.01 approved for payment.
Meyland reported that the traffic study for Holcomb would, according to the City Engineer, take place after the first of the year and that the Road Commission for Oakland County would be doing this if requested in writing by the City. Discussion was held on the various suggested traffic controls. Colombo stated that surveillance should be increased on Holcomb and speed limits strictly enforced.
Clifton asked if the tot lot could replace the merry-go-round with other items. Pursley is to investigate costs on various items for the tot lot.
Savage asked that all candidates for the recent Council election be recognized as he felt both new candidates did a good job in campaigning and it was good to see interest in City Council positions. Savage stated he felt these candidates should be recognized for the efforts put forth in their campaigns. Discussion by Council resulted in the suggestions for a news letter or other methods of informing the residents of what action are being taken by the Council and City Departments.
Colombo stated that the residents need more information and more communication is needed.
Gamble reported that the Mill Pond Lake Improvement Board is to have the payments made by the local units.
Chief Combs reported that there were minor incidents on Devil’s Night and Halloween, with the exception of a dog bite incident. Additional officers were on duty. Chief Combs also reported to the Council on the October statistics.
The bid of $10,029 submitted by Ben Lawrence for the City’s front end loader was accepted.
Pursley reported that the D.P.W. is preparing for winter. Some tree trimming is being done, and training for snow plowing with the new curbing has taken place. Reflective markers will be used for plowing during the winter months.
Pursley also reported on the recent vandalism where trash cans and light poles were spray painted. The D.P.W. has cleaned up all graffiti.
Resolved that the 2004 Community Development Block Grant Funds be allocated as follows:
Clarkston Area Youth Assistance (Camp) $2,000
Independence Township Senior Center
Meals on Wheels Program 2,000
Independence Township Senior Center
Building Equipment 4,000

Total Allocation $8000
Pursley stated that the D.P.W. will stripe the Miller Road edges with yellow markings to designate the division between the street and sidewalk edges.
Meeting adjourned at 8:30 p.m.
Artemus M. Pappas
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 25, 2016
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present’Mayor Luginski, Kneisc, Catallo, Sabol, Avery, Haven, Marsh.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to approve the Agenda. Motion Carried.
Motion by Haven, Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Sabol to amend the budget for revenue and expense for CDBG totaling $7,725. Independence Township administers our Minor Home Repair program funds through Oakland County. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Sabol, Supported by Avery to approve the Annual White Cane Week on April 29 to April 30 during daylight hours, rain out dates are May 6 and 7. Motion Carried.
Motion by Haven, Supported by Sabol to approve the Annual Tootsie Roll Drive on March 18 and Saturday March 19. Motion Carried.
Motion by Luginski, Supported by Avery To extend Zoning Board of Appeals Commissions for Steve Arkwright, William Basinger, and Doug Roeser to 2017, and to Extend Planning Commission Elizabeth Rogers to 2017. Motion Carried
Motion by Luginski, Supported by Haven to extend Historic District Commission for Dave Bihl and Cara Catallo to 2017, and Board of Review Bonnie Valuet, Scott Meyland to 2017. Motion Carried.
Motion by Luginski, Supported by Avery that the Technology Committee be dissolved.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to adjourn the meeting at 7:42. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Street
Clarkston, MI 48346
2016 BOARD OF REVIEW MEETING
All meetings will be at 375 Depot Street
Organizational meeting will be Tuesday March 8, 2016 at 6 p.m.
Board of Review meets:
Monday March 14, 2016 1 pm to 4 pm and & 6 pm to 9 pm
Monday March 21, 2016 1 pm to 4 pm & 6 pm to 9 pm
For Appointments Call Oakland County Equalization Division Toll Free 1-888-350-0900, Extension 81862.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 11, 2016
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present’Mayor Luginski, Sabol, Avery, Haven, Marsh, Catallo, Kneisc.
Approval of agenda moved by Avery, Supported by Haven to approve the Agenda. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to approve the revised Zoning Ordinance with the Exception of Section 22. This section addresses signs and will remain as is from the current ordinance until the new information is available, due to a law suit and U.S. Supreme Court ruling that will change sign ordinances nationwide. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Avery, Supported by Sabol to approve the right of way permit for McLeod USA Telecommunications Services through March 2021. Motion Carried.
Resolution by Avery, Supported by Kneisc to participate in the Oakland County NO HAZ program in 2016. The program will cost each resident $10.00 and cost the city $19.25 per vehicle. Resolution is adopted. Sabol and Marsh Voted No.
Resolution by Catallo, Supported by Sabol that these financial institutions can be used as depositories for City Funds. Chase Bank, Clarkston State Bank, Oxford Bank, and Oakland County Treasurers Investment Fund According to the Investment Policy and to Comply with Act 20 PA 1943. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to adjourn the meeting at 7:42. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

Public Notice
NOTICE OF ELECTION 
City of Clarkston
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland: Notice is hereby given that a Presidential Primary Election will be held in the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland on Tuesday, March 8, 2016 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m.
The polling place locations for said election are as follows: PRECINCT #1, 375 Depot Street Clarkston 48346.
For assistance in determining the accessibility of the polling place location and the availability of voting instructions in alternative formats such as audio and Braille, please contact the city clerk’s office. Persons wishing to obtain an absentee ballot may do so by contacting the Clarkston City clerk’s office. The Clerk, or their designee, will be available in the Clerk’s Office on the Saturday preceding the election, October 31, 2015, until 2:00 p.m., the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot which will be mailed. For names of candidates, for any other information, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559. Or WWW.villageofclarkston.org
Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
December 14, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 pm by Eric Haven, followed by the Pledge of allegiance. Roll Call: Present ? Catallo, Sabol, Kneisc, Avery, Haven, Marsh. Absent Luginski
Motion by Sabol Supported by Catallo to approve the agenda. Motion Carried.
The City Recognized Volunteers. A special Thank You to all of our Volunteers that have helped the City of Clarkston in their efforts and determination to make the City even better.
Motion by Avery, Supported by Sabol to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Motion Carried.
Zoning Ordinance First Read
Moved by Haven, Supported by Marsh to have the DPW charges waived for Paul Maxwell’s Angels Place Race Charity Fundraising Event on Saturday May 14, 2016. Motion Carried.
Moved by Avery, Supported by Catallo to set the Meeting dates for 01/11 &01/25, 02/08&02/22, 03/14&03/28, 04/11&04/25, 05/09&05/23, 06/13&06/27, 07/11&07/25, 08/08&08/22,09/12&09/26, 10/10&10/24, 11/14&11/28, 12/12 2016 Motion Carried.
Discussion of the Mill Race clean out was held with attorney Ryan. Mr. Ryan indicated Washington Mgt has not signed the maintenance agreement which has been sent several times. With no signed contract the council considers the matter closed.
Resolved by Avery, Supported by Marsh to amend the agreement for IT Services between Oakland County and the City of the Village of Clarkston, originally executed on October 29, 2012. Roll Call: Haven, Catallo, Marsh, Sabol, Kneisc, Avery. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Sabol to amend the General Fund 101 for FY 16 Budget to include revenue received from the State of Michigan for Personal Property Loss in the amount of $1,035 and to cover the cost of placing an ad with the Oakland County Prosper Magazine in calendar year 2016 in the amount of Aprox $600. The Fund Balance Transfer in will be reduced by the difference of $435. Roll Call: Haven, Marsh, Sabol, Kneisc, Avery, Catallo. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Avery, Supported by Marsh to adjourn the meeting at 7:45. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Planning Commission
PUBLIC HEARING
Monday March 7, 2016 7 p.m.
This is a public hearing on the Special Land Use for the Addition to the Clarkston United Methodist Church At 6600 Waldon Road.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
City Clerk, Sandy Miller

CITY OF CLARKSTON
NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE’March 8, 2016 Presidential Primary Election
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland:
Notice is hereby given that the last day to register for the March 8, 2016, Presidential Primary Election will be February 1, 2016.
If you are not currently registered to vote or need to register at a new address, you may do so at the following locations and times:
In Person:
? City of Clarkston Clerk’s office 375 Depot Clarkston Monday-Friday, 9am ? 5pm.
? County Elections Division, 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Pontiac, MI 48341, Monday ? Friday, 8:00am ? 4:30pm.
? Secretary of State Branch Offices.
? At specified agencies for clients receiving services through Family Independence Agency, the Department of Community Health, Michigan Jobs Commission and some offices of the Commission for the Blind.
? At military recruitment offices for persons who are enlisting.
By Mail:
? Voter Registration Application – Mail to the election official as directed on the application by the close of registration deadline.
Note: ‘Persons registering by mail are required to vote in person unless they have previously voted in person in the state or are at least 60 years of age or are handicapped.
The election will be conducted in all voting precincts of The City of Clarkston for the purpose of State Proposal 15-1: and Clarkston community Schools Operating millage renewal proposal.
Full text of the proposal(s) may be obtained from:
City of Clarkston, 375 Depot St, Clarkston MI 248-625-1559
Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
November 23, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 pm by Eric Haven Mayor Pro Tem, followed by the Pledge of allegiance. Roll Call: Present ? Catallo, Sabol, Kneisc, Avery, Haven, Marsh. Absent Mayor Luginski
Motion by Avery Supported by Sabol to approve the agenda. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Motion by Marsh, Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Motion by Catallo, Supported by Sabol to approve moving to the next step and get a bid package for option #5. Avery, Sabol, Haven, Catallo, Kneisc, Yes. Marsh No. Luginski Absent. Motion Carried.
Rana Emmons gave us the formal 2014-2015 Audit, the City received a Clean Audit.
The Council accepted the audit as written. No Motion required.
Whitney Calio reported on the 2016 NO HAZ program. The program includes 5 collection events. The cost normally is $10.00 to the resident and $19.25 to the municipality for each resident. The county needs a definite answer in January.
This was removed from the agenda due to the current permit they may have. The contract appears to possibly be the same Company with the same dates.
Moved by Avery, Supported by Sabol to adjourn the meeting at 8:55. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller, City Clerk

Public Notice
CITY OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Street
Clarkston MI 48346
Public Accuracy Test
For the Presidential Primary Election on Tuesday March 8, 2016
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Test of the computer program on Tuesday, January 26, 2016 at 10:00 am.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
For any other information, please contact the City of Clarkston Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559.
Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
November 09, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 pm by Eric Haven, followed by the Pledge of allegiance. The oath of office was taken by Avery, Haven, Kneisc, Marsh. Roll Call: Present – Sabol, Avery, Haven, Marsh, Catallo, Kneisc. Absent Luginski
Motion by Sabol Supported by Catallo the appointment of the Mayor pro tem, Eric Haven, for one year and amend the agenda to move Holiday lights to the first item under new business. Motion Carried.
Thank you to all our Veterans. Thank You also goes to The Marine Corps, their Birthday is November 10.
Motion by Avery, Supported by Sabol to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Motion Carried.
Public hearing opened at 7:12 pm, for the public to comment and or ask questions about the program. Lauren Klos of Clarkston Community Schools Youth Assistance spoke about Youth Programs available in the area. Public Hearing closed at 7:15.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Marsh to approve the charge deferment of the banner in November in the amount of $200.00 for Team Rush Holiday Lights Night Parade Banner. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Marsh to approve the waiver of the charge of $25.00 Administrative fee plus $25.00 per hour per DPW person fee for Night Parade park use and warming barrels on December 12, 2015 for Independence Township. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Avery to allocate 2016 CDBG funds of $6,000 to Youth Assistance this year. CDBG funds could be used for the Clarkston Community Schools Youth assistance program. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Marsh to add termination verbiage to the lease between the Clarkston Community School District and the City of Clarkston. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to examine financing schedules/packages for Option 1, without renovations to the office, & 2, without renovations which is $308,000 also for $200,000. Motion Carried
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Avery to amend the General Fund 101 for FY 16 Budget to account for the cost of moving the fiber connection and Oak net cabinet from 3 E Church to City Hall in the amount of $7,227. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Avery to amend the Capital Projects Fund 401 for FY 16 Budget to reduce the Revenue In from the General Fund by $1,000. & reduce department Highway, Street & Bridges, tree planting by $1,000. Resolution is Adopted.
Sabol asked the council for general thought of Council members of Dual Frontage in regards to Boat, Trailer, Camper storage. Tom Ryan commented on the issue of non conformance vs conformance. To leave the ordinance as is would probably be best.
Motion by Sabol, Supported by Avery, on behalf of the City and the Historic District Commission the authority to pursue legal action against the property owners of Waldon and Main Street. Motion Carried.
Motion by Avery, Supported by Sabol to go into closed session at 8:48 pm.
Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Sabol, Supported by Avery to meet past 9 pm. Motion Carried.
Resolution by Sabol, Supported by Avery to come out of Closed Session at 9:43 pm.
Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Marsh to adjourn the meeting at 9:44. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
October 26, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present-Mayor Luginski, Catallo, Sabol, Hunter, Avery, Haven, Marsh.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol, Supported by Marsh to approve the Agenda with the addition of a presentation of Erin Kroll, a Life Scout after the consent agenda. Motion Carried. Thank You to Thomas Hunter for his years of service!
Motion by Avery, Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda as presented. Motion Carried.
Motion by Haven, Supported by Hunter to approve the project “a mile in their shoes” is a charity sidewalk walk proposal. New and gently used boots and shoes will be collected on Sunday November 22, 2015 between 1:30 and 4 pm. Aren Kroll, a future Eagle Scout, wants to bring the community together to collect shoes and boots. Clarkston Independence District Library has a Drop Box. Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter, Supported by Haven to recommend the adoption of the Code of Ordinances minus Zoning Ordinances as the City of the Village of Clarkston. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Avery Supported by Catallo to approve Halloween hours for Saturday, October 31, 2015 from 6pm to 7 pm. Motion Carried.
The City was contacted by Oakland County to participate in the NO HAZ program next year. The program must be decided on and turned back in to Oakland County before January 31, 2016 The Council requested a rep from the program to come to a council meeting. No action was taken.
Moved by Avery, Supported by Haven to hold a Town Hall meeting on Tuesday February 2, 2016 at 7 pm in the Fire Station Training Room located at 6500 Citation Drive. The meeting is to help the citizens of Clarkston how to navigate our new web site and learn about other city programs and services. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to change the way we publish CDBG Public Hearing Notices. Federal Law allows the City to publish all CDBG public hearings on the internet. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to adjourn the meeting at 7:58. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
September 14, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Eric Haven, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Motion by Sabol, Supported by Marsh for Eric Haven to temporarily Chair this Council Meeting. Motion Carried. Roll Call: Present’Haven, Avery, Marsh, Catallo, Sabol, Absent Luginski, Hunter.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol, Supported by Catallo to approve the Agenda. Motion Carried. Motion by Marsh, Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda. Motion Carried. First Read of Corner Lot Zoning Ordinance 129. Motion by Avery, Supported by Catallo to table the discussion of Waldon Rd and Main Street until Tom Ryan could reach the property owners? Attorney Mr. Lieb. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Sabol to reallocate smart credits of $874.00 to Independence Senior Center. Resolution is Adopted
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Avery to accept the Grant Funds of $4,000. By Accepting this Resolution the Capital Projects Fund Budget FY 2016 will increase Revenue by $4,000. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Avery, Supported by Marsh to accept the garage lease agreement with Clarkston Community Schools. The monthly lease is for one bay in the amount of $240.00. Resolution is Adopted.
Mayor Luginski, Carol Eberhardt and Commercial merchants will be holding a meeting for the entire commercial district. The purpose of the meeting is to discuss parking.
Motion by Sabol, Supported by Avery for the approval of the Joint meeting between the Council and Planning Commission. This meeting is Wednesday September 23, 2015. Motion Carried
Moved by Avery, Supported by Marsh to recess meeting until Mr. Tamm arrives.
Moved by Avery, Supported by Sabol to go back into open Session at 8:10. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to go into Closed Session. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Marsh to meet past 9:00 pm. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to go into Open Session. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to adjourn the meeting at 9:05. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller, City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Public Hearing
The Council will hold a public hearing on Community Development Block Grant Funds on Monday November 09, 2015 at 7 pm. This public hearing will be during a regular scheduled Council meeting for the purpose of hearing public comments on CDBG Program 2016.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
NOTICE OF ELECTION
For the Special Election on Tuesday November 03, 2015
To the Qualified electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland: NOTICE is hereby given that a Special Election will be held in the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland on Tuesday, November 3, 2015 from 7 am to 8 pm for the purpose of Electing candidates for the following offices: City Council members (3) two year terms and (1) one year term.
The polling place location for said election is as follows: PRECINCT #1, 375 Depot St Clarkston, 48346. Persons wishing to obtain an absentee ballot may do so by contacting the Clarkston City Clerk’s office. The Office also will be open on the Saturday preceding the election, October 31, 2015 9am to 2 pm. For any other information or questions, Please contact the City of Clarkston Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559.
Sandy Miller, City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
August 24, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present’Mayor Luginski, Marsh, Catallo, Sabol, Avery, Hunter, Haven.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol Supported by Marsh to approve the Agenda with the change to move TIA to the end of the meeting. Motion Carried.
Motion by Avery Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda All Aye, Motion Carried.
Presentation of Transportation program that is available to City Residents by Barb Rollin. Barb also mentioned Bucks for Busses, a fundraiser at Overtyme Grill on Wednesday September 9, 2015.
Further research needs to be done to find the legal owner of the Pinehurst Beach Property.
Discussion of Council with regards to a Parking Study. We do not have a quote from Carlisle yet of how much his company would charge for a Parking Study.
Retailers/Commercial District input is an important aspect of this study. There is a meeting at the Mills at 6 p.m. Tuesday August 25, 2015.
Moved by Catallo, Supported by Avery for the approval of the TIA membership The Traffic Improvement Association of Michigan membership Dues are $300.00. The Dues will come from the Council’s Department of the approved budget for fiscal year 2016.
Motion Carried. Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to adjourn the meeting at 7:55. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Public Hearing
The Council will hold a public hearing on Community Development Block Grant Funds on Monday October 26, 2015 at 7 pm. This public hearing will be during a regular scheduled Council meeting for the purpose of hearing public comments on CDBG Program 2016.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
August 10, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present’Mayor Luginski, Catallo, Avery, Haven, Hunter, Sabol, Marsh.
Motion by Avery Supported by Hunter to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter, Supported by Avery to uphold the recommendation of denial of the Planning Commission in regards to the conditional rezoning of 59 S Main St from RM to VC. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Haven, Supported by Catallo to approve the Smart Transportation allocation of $874. Again this year the City will allocate $437. to Independence Township Senior Center Bus Transportation program and $437. to Scamp for Scamp bus transportation events. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Luginski, Supported by Haven to form the Communication Committee with Al Avery would be chair with City residents as members. Please let us know if you are interested. Motion Carried
Discussion of Council with regards to a Parking Study. The Traffic Improvement Association of Michigan could do a study for a nominal administrative fee of $300. Carlisle could give the City a quote of how much his company would charge for a Parking Study.
Retailers input is an important aspect of this study.
Discussion of Council would like to have a joint meeting with Council and Planning Commission to discuss the master plan in September or October.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Hunter to adjourn the meeting at 8:22. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST
For the Special Election on Tuesday November 03, 2015 10 am
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Test of the computer program on Tuesday October 06, 2015 at 10 a.m.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
For any other information, Please contact the City of Clarkston Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559.
Sandy Miller, City Clerk

CITY OF CLARKSTON
NOTICE OF
CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE NOVEMBER 03, 2015 SPECIAL ELECTION
To the Qualified Electors of the
City of Clarkston, County of Oakland:
Notice is hereby given that the last day to register for the November 3, 2015, Special Election will be Monday, October 5, 2015.
If you are not currently registered to vote or need to register at a new address, you may do so at the following locations and times:
In Person:
? City of Clarkston Clerk’s office 375 Depot Clarkston Monday-Friday, gam – 5pm.
? County Elections Division, 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Pontiac, MI 48341, MondayFriday, 8:00am – 4:30pm.
? Secretary of State Branch Offices.
? At specified agencies for clients receiving services through Family Independence Agency, the Department of Community Health, Michigan Jobs Commission and some offices of the Commission for the Blind.
? At military recruitment offices for persons who are enlisting.
By Mail:
Voter Registration Application – Mail to the election official as directed on the application by the close of registration deadline.
Note: Persons registering by mail are required to vote in person unless they have previously voted in person in the state or are at least 60 years of age or are handicapped.
The election will be conducted in all voting precincts of The City of Clarkston for the purpose of City Council members (3) two year terms and (1) one year term.
City of Clarkston, 375 Depot St, Clarkston MI 248-625-1559
Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
PLANNING COMMISSION
PUBLIC HEARING
Monday October 5, 2015 7 p.m.
15 S. Main ?
Clarkston State Bank Building
This is a public hearing to request a parking deferment and a Special Land Use for approval of patio seating at 15 S. Main.
Zoning ordinance No. 11 Section 11.02 in accordance with the general standards for all Special Land Uses in Section 25.02 and the standards for the specific use listed in 25.10 & Ordinance No. XX Section U.
Written comments may be submitted before the public hearing.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
City Clerk, Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 27, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Tom Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present’Avery, Hunter, Sabol, Catallo, Haven. Absent Luginski, Marsh.
Approval of agenda moved by Haven, Supported by Avery to approve the Agenda. Motion Carried.
The Clark Bridge dedication day will be Sept 7 at 2:00 pm. Thanks to Sharron Catallo, Eric Haven, Carol Eberhardt and Don Frayer for their donation of lights for the Clark Bridge.
Motion by Sabol, Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
Resolved by Haven, Supported by Avery to amend the Capital Projects fund FY 16 Total Revenue by +$4,630 and Total Expenditures by +$9,630 to be used on the Depot Park Clark Bridge improvements. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Avery, Supported by Haven to approve Civic Plus to design and host the City of the Village of Clarkston’s website at a total cost of $3,042 for the design plus $987 annually for services (continuing updates, maintenance, support and hosting). This resolution is to approve a three year payment term, or $2,001 per year for three years. FY 16 General fund budget currently has budgeted $2,000 for the design and $600 for hosting. Resolution is Adopted
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to approve the Resolution brought to us by Oakland County Board of Commissioners regarding Inhumane Tethering Practices of Companion Animals. And that the City also ensure animals are provided adequate care and shelter in sanitary conditions. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Catallo, Supported by Avery to approve the use of Depot park by the Clarkston Communities Art Council on August 15, 2015. The DIA’s inside out Community Outreach program will be kicking off our participation in this program. Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Avery to approve the recommendation of the Planning Commission for 3 E Church/28 S Main Outdoor Rooftop dining and Patio Seating dining for Honcho’s a Latin Cantina and Coffee Shop. Abstained Catallo. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to recommend from the Planning Commission to the City Council to find out how much a parking study would cost within six months. Refer to Streets Committee and or City Administration and Hubble Roth and Clark to perform a parking cost study within 60 days. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to meet past 9 pm. Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Avery to adjourn the meeting at 9:04. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
June 22, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Tom Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present’Hunter, Sabol, Catallo, Haven, Avery, Marsh. Absent Mayor Luginski.
Approval of agenda; Moved by Haven Supported by Avery to approve the Agenda. Motion Carried.
Motion by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve the Consent Agenda. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Haven to amend the General Fund FY 2015 Total Revenue by ($996). And Total Expenditures by ($996). The net effect on the Fund Balance is ($2,027). Resolution is adopted.
Resolved by Haven, Supported by Sabol to amend the Major Road Fund FY 2015. Revenues by +$3,865, as well as Expenditures by +$3,865. Resolution is adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to amend the Local Road Fund FY 15 Total Revenue by ($1,533) and the Total Expenditures by ($1,533). Resolution is adopted.
Resolved by Haven, Supported by Avery to amend the Capital Projects Fund FY 2015 Total Revenue by +$22,986 and Total Expenditures by +$22,986. Resolution is adopted.
Motion by Haven Supported by Sabol to approve the site plan for an addition to Bright Side Dental at 55 S Main. They are in the parking deferment district. Motion is adopted.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Haven to approve the site plan for the 3 E Church and 28 S Main Street. Catallo recused herself. Motion is adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Avery to adopt the new FOIA Procedures/Costs as of July 1, 2015. Resolution is adopted.
First Read of the Ordinance 143. This a part of the City’s MS4 permit process to the State of Michigan. The second read will be July 13, 2015.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Sabol to adjourn the meeting at 8:58. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
PLANNING COMMISSION
PUBLIC HEARING
On Monday July 20, 2015 7 p.m.
This is a public hearing on the rezoning of 59 S Main, from RM to VC.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
June 08, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance. Roll Call: Present’Mayor Luginski, Catallo, Haven, Hunter, Sabol. Absent Marsh.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol Supported by Haven to approve the Agenda with the change to add Chamber request to waive fees. Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Hunter for the approval to waive fees this year for Chamber’s Summer Concerts Series in the Park 2015. Resolution is adopted.
Mayor Luginski recommended Al Avery to be the new Council member to fill the vacancy of Richard Bisio that resigned as of May 11, 2015. Resolved by Luginski, Supported by Sabol for the approval of Al Avery to be the new Council member to fill the vacancy. Resolution is adopted. This Council person will need to file a petition on or before July 21, 2015 and be on the November 3, 2015, Special Election Ballot. Al Avery was subsequently sworn in. Moved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to adjourn the meeting at 7:47. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Street
Clarkston, MI 48346
2015 BOARD OF REVIEW MEETING
All meetings will be at
375 Depot Street
Board of Review meets
Tuesday July 21, 2015 6-9 pm
For Appointments Call Oakland County Equalization Division Toll Free 1-888-350-0900
Extension 81862.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
May 26, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Tom Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Haven, Hunter, Sabol, Marsh, Catallo, Absent Mayor Luginski.
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Catallo to approve the Agenda with the addition under old business to add the Regular meeting of June 8 to the agenda. Motion Carried.
Motion by Marsh, Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Marsh to open the public hearing. Motion Carried. The public hearing was opened at 7:15. There was a presentation of the 2015-2016 Budget by Sandra Barlass, the City Treasurer. Moved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to Close the Public hearing Motion Carried. The public hearing was closed at 8:00.
The presentation of our Budget is on our Website.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Marsh to add the regular meeting of June 8 to the schedule of council meetings. The meetings in June will be June 8, June 15 and June 22. Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Sabol to adjourn the meeting at 8:01. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller, City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
NOMINATING PETITIONS NOVEMBER CITY ELECTION
Registered voters in the City of the Village of Clarkston will be electing one (1) one year term City Council member and three (3) City Council members for a two year term at an election to be held on Tuesday, November 3, 2015. New members will be sworn in Monday November 9, 2015.
Nominating Petitions and Affidavit of Identity forms for the above named positions are available from the City Clerk, and are due to be completed and returned to the Clerk on or before 4:00 pm on Tuesday July 21, 2015. Petitions shall be signed by not less than twenty nor more than forty registered electors in the City of the Village of Clarkston.
Please call 248-625-1559 if there are any questions.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
May 11, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance. Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Haven, Catallo, Hunter, Sabol, Marsh.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol Supported by Haven to approve the Agenda. Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter Supported by Haven to approve the Consent Agenda All Aye, Motion Carried. Motion by Catallo, Supported by Haven to move Agenda item 10f to 10a. Motion Carried.
Motion by Catallo, Supported by Hunter to approve the referral. Double front yard requirements for corner lots and through lots in R-1 and R-2. This issue needs to be referred to Carlisle then June 1st Planning Commission meeting. Motion Carried.
Motion by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve the resignation from Richard Bisio with great regret. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Hunter for the approval of the Fee Schedule for Events, Building Dept, Tickets and Fines. With the change of Failure to Display Parking Permit set as $15.00. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Catallo, Supported by Sabol to amend the General Fund FY15. Total revenue by $3,494. and Total expenditures by $3,494. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Haven, Supported by Hunter to amend the Major Fund FY 15. Expenditures will be adjusted from department to department. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Haven, Supported by Hunter to amend the Local Fund FY15. Total revenue by $1,555., and total Expenditures by $1555. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to Adopt the Fund Balance Policy. As presented May 11, 2015 the minimum of unrestricted balance of the percentage of operating expenditures be a percentage of 16.7 0/0. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Haven, Supported by Hunter to accept the Parade Dates for 2015. Motion Carried.
Last item is deleted from Agenda.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Catallo to accept Sabol’s written comments become part of the minutes. Motion Carried. These minutes will appear on the website and in the official minute book.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to adjourn the meeting at 8:50. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road, CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
April 13, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Haven, Bisio, Catallo, Hunter, Sabol, Marsh.
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Sabol to approve the Agenda. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda 5 yes, Bisio no, Motion Carried.
Cindy Dingell gave a presentation of Proposal 1 that is on the May 5, 2015 Election. She explained where the money would be spent.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Hunter to adjourn the meeting at 8:11 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING March 26, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Marsh, Sabol, Hunter, Haven, Bisio, Catallo.
Motion by Hunter Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda 5 yes, Bisio no, Motion Carried.
Motion by Bisio Supported by Haven to revise Agenda to public hearing of CDBG reallocation of 2013 as published. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Bisio to approve of the Mulrenin Group customer appreciation day event on May 9, 2015 in Depot Park, subject to providing appropriate proof of insurance. Motion Carried.
Motion by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve the use of the park by Enkindle the Remnant from 4 to 9 August 22, 2015, subject to providing appropriate proof of insurance. Motion Carried.
Cara Catallo talked about how trees and streetscape fall under the Historic District Ordinance.
Mitchell Kozlowicz talked to Council about a little free library. He will return April 13 to show detailed plans for the project and information. This will have to coordinate with the other little library the Girl Scouts have planned.
Motion by Bisio Supported by Haven Support Oakland County’s Resolution to declare April to be Child Abuse Prevention and Awareness Month. Motion Carried.
The Council recognizes April as the requested month to be Oakland County Fair Housing Month. We will display the posters that were provided by the Oakland County.
Mayor Luginski will make a call to Jim of the Wild Ones perhaps he or someone he knows would be willing to represent the city at future meetings for OPIS or CISMA.
Resolution by Bisio, Supported by Haven to amend the General Fund FY 15 total Revenue by ($291) and total expenditures by ($291). Resolution is Adopted.
The agenda stands at Thursday noon time so it can be out to the council members by 5 pm on Thursday prior to the Council Meeting.
Moved by Haven, Supported by Hunter to adjourn the meeting at 8:32 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried. Respectfully
Submitted,
Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
Tuesday, May 26, 2015 AT 7:00 P.M.
The City of the Village of Clarkston will have a Public hearing for the 2015-2016 City Budget. Copies will be available on our web site www.villageofclarkston.org or in our office after May, 18, 2015.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
March 09, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Haven, Bisio, Catallo, Hunter, Sabol. Absent Marsh
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Hunter to approve the Agenda. Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda 5 yes, Bisio no, Motion Carried.
Motion by Haven, Supported by Sabol that we apply to become Affiliate Level with Cara Catallo as the Program Liaison, to represent the City, at Main Street Oakland County Program (MSOC). Motion Carried.
Motion by Catallo, Supported by Bisio to correct all parking signs to 8a m to 5 pm Monday through Friday. Motion Carried.
Laurel Meribela spoke in regards to the invoice she received because the DPW removed the snow on the sidewalk in front of her home. The invoice charge still stands.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Catallo that they may use Depot Park for the Girl Scout Bridge Ceremony on Sunday June 14, 2015, subject to providing appropriate proof of insurance. Motion Carried
Motion by Hunter Supported by Haven to table the recommendation by the planning commission to rezone 59 S Main from RM Multiple Family to VC Village Commercial. 5 Yes, Sabol No, Motion Carried.
Motion by Catallo Supported by Haven to send back to Planning Commission for 59 S Main for the discussion option of Conditional rezoning of Restaurant Bar use. 5 Yes. Sabol No. Motion Carried.
Tom Ryan, City Attorney, requested the Council go into closed session for the purpose of an attorney/client privilege discussion. Bisio objected citing Mr. Ryan did not provide his memo prior to the meeting. Bisio stated he did not believe the meeting should be closed based on the information he had. Ryan withdrew his request. Catallo excused herself. Moved by Sabol Supported by Hunter Roll Call Luginski, Hunter, Haven, Sabol Yes. Bisio No. Motion Carried. Council went into closed session at 8:03 for Attorney Client Privilege Memo.
Moved by Sabol Supported by Bisio to go back into open session at 8:37
Roll Call Luginski, Hunter, Haven, Sabol, Bisio All Yes Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Haven to adjourn the meeting at 8:37 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

NOTICE OF ELECTION
CITY OF CLARKSTON
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland:
Notice is hereby given that a Special Election will be held in the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland on Tuesday, May 5, 2015 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the purpose of a vote on 2 proposals:
A proposal to amend the State Constitution to increase the sales/use tax from 6% to 7% to replace and supplement reduced revenue to the School Aid Fund and Local Units of government caused by the elimination of the sales/use tax on gasoline and diesel fuel for vehicles operating on public roads, and to give effect to laws that provide additional money for roads and other transportation purposes by increasing the gas tax and vehicle registration fees.
This proposal will allow the school district to continue to levy the statutory rate of 18 mills on all property, except principal residence and other property exempted by law, required for the school district to receive its revenue per pupil foundation allowance and renews millage that will expire with the 2015 tax levy.
The polling place locations for said election are as follows:
City of Clarkston Precinct #1, 375 Depot St Clarkston 48346
For assistance in determining the accessibility of the polling place locations and the availability of voting instructions in alternative formats such as audio and Braille, please contact the City of Clarkston clerk’s office.
Persons wishing to obtain an absentee ballot may do so by contacting the City of Clarkston clerk’s office. The Clerk, or their designee, will be available in the Clerk’s Office on the Saturday preceding the election, May 2, 2015 until 2:00 p.m., the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot which will be mailed.
For names of candidates, full text of proposals or any other information, please contact the City of Clarkston Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559.
Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
February 23, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance. Roll Call: Present’Mayor Luginski, Catallo, Sabol, Marsh, Bisio. Absent Hunter and Haven.
Motion by Catallo Supported by Marsh to approve the American Legion Poppy Days Drive Friday May 15, 2015 and Saturday May 16, 2015, subject to providing appropriate proof of insurance. All (100 percent) of the proceeds go to the Veterans. Motion Carried.
Lion Club was presented with a certification of Appreciation for their donation of a security camera by the Clark Bridge in the amount of $2,908.00.
Art in the Park will be September 19, 2015 and September 20, 2015 Kelly Hyer reviewed three maps to assist with the understanding of traffic flow for setup, event and clean up.
There is approval of this event from the Sheriff Department and Fire Department.
Motion by Marsh Supported Sabol to approve the plan for this special event permit for one year. Motion Carried.
The Treasurer Sandra Barlass presented the residents survey results.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Bisio to extend the meeting past 9 pm. Motion Carried.
Resolution by Catallo Supported by Bisio to amend the General Fund FY 15 Total Revenue by ($3,191) and total expenditures by (3,191).Resolution is Adopted.
Resolution by Bisio Supported by Catallo to amend the Major Road Fund FY 15 Total Revenue by $3,587 and total expenditures by $3,587. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolution by Bisio Supported by Sabol to amend the Local Road Fund FY 15 Total Revenue by $1,327 and total expenditures by $1,327. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolution by Sabol Supported by Catallo to amend the Capital Projects Fund FY 15 Total Revenue by $21,236 and total expenditures by $21,236. Resolution is Adopted. Bisio No
Motion by Sabol Supported by Bisio to approve the Knights of Columbus Tootsie Roll Drive Friday March 27, 2015 and Saturday March 28, 2015, subject to providing appropriate proof of insurance. Motion Carried.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Bisio to approve Eric Haven to be Chairman of Friends of Depot Park Committee.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Catallo to designate the North & West outside rows of the municipal lot at Washington & Main to be permit only Monday thru Friday 9 to 5. Motion Carried.
Motion by Bisio Supported by Catallo to change the Monday, March 23 meeting to Thursday, March 26, 2015 and Monday, June 8 to Monday June 15, 2015. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Luginski to adjourn the meeting at 9:19 p.m. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted, Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST Tuesday April 14, 2015 2 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Test of the computer program on Tuesday April 14, 2015 at 2 p.m. for the Tuesday, May 5, 2015 Special Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
February 09, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance. Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Haven, Hunter, Marsh, Sabol, Catallo, Bisio arrived at 7:05.
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Sabol to approve the Agenda with the deletion of 8b Chamber request. Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter Supported by Haven to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
Motion by Luginski Supported by Sabol to appoint Scott Meyland to Board of Review Motion Carried. Motion by Luginski Supported by Marsh to appoint Robert Sowles to Historic District Committee Motion Carried. Motion by Luginski Supported by Haven to appoint Steve Arkwright and Doug Roeser to the Zoning Board of Appeals Motion Carried. Suggestion for a Friends of Depot Park Committee to be established.
Motion by Luginski Supported by Haven to discontinue the Public Safety Committee 6 Yes 1 No, Motion Carried.
Discussion of Clark Bridge. John Henning reported most all of the specks, requirements and codes changed, along with engineer charges, to drive the costs up in comparison to the old bridge. Bart and Diane Clark announced they would donate an additional $20,000 for the bridge. Mayor Luginski assured Bart Clark the bridge would be completed with landscaping and lighting.
Oakland County gave a presentation for a 3 tier program of their Main Street Oakland County. This will be put on the March 9, 2015 agenda.
Motion by Bisio Supported by Hunter to approve the Clarkston Lions Club White Cane Week. The Lions will be asking for donations at intersections in the City on Friday, April 25, 2015 and Saturday, April 26, 2015 with the rain out dates being May 2 and 3, subject to providing appropriate proof of Insurance. Motion Carried.
Motion by Bisio Supported by Haven to approve the Beach lease between the Charter Township of Independence and the City of Clarkston. The lease is from 01/01/2015 through 12/31/2019. Motion Carried.
Discussion of Zoning Ordinance. There will have to be further discussion on the proposal from Carlisle in regards to the Zoning Ordinance issues.
Moved by Marsh, supported by Bisio to adjourn the meeting at 8:46 p.m. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF CLARKSTON
NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE MAY 5, 2015 SPECIAL ELECTION
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland:
Notice is hereby given that the last day to register for the May 5, 2015, Special Election will be Monday, April 6, 2015.
If you are not currently registered to vote or need to register at a new address, you may do so at the following locations and times:
In Person:
? City of Clarkston Clerk’s office 375 Depot Clarkston Monday-Friday, 9am ? 5pm.
? County Elections Division, 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Pontiac, MI 48341, Monday ? Friday, 8:00am ? 4:30pm.
? Secretary of State Branch Offices.
? At specified agencies for clients receiving services through Family Independence Agency, the Department of Community Health, Michigan Jobs Commission and some offices of the Commission for the Blind.
? At military recruitment offices for persons who are enlisting.
By Mail:
? Voter Registration Application – Mail to the election official as directed on the application by the close of registration deadline.
Note: Persons registering by mail are required to vote in person unless they have previously voted in person in the state or are at least 60 years of age or are handicapped.
The election will be conducted in all voting precincts of The City of Clarkston for the purpose of State Proposal 15-1: and Clarkston community Schools Operating millage renewal proposal.
Full text of the proposal(s) may be obtained from:
City of Clarkston, 375 Depot St, Clarkston MI 248-625-1559
Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Public Hearing
There will be a Public Hearing Thursday March 26, 2015 at 7 pm
The Council will hold a public hearing on CDBG Thursday March 26, 2015
For the purpose of hearing public comments on Community Development Block Grant Program reallocation of 2013.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 26, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Catallo, Marsh, Sabol, Bisio, Haven.
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve the Agenda. All Aye Motion Carried. Motion by Sabol Supported by Marsh to approve the Consent Agenda. All Aye Motion Carried.
Resolved by Bisio Supported by Catallo to approve the CDBG agreement for Minor Home Repair for the homes income qualified for 2015. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Bisio Supported by Sabol to amend the General Fund FY 15 Revenue Account number 671 by +$2,275 and account number 699 by +$250, as well as expenditure Department number 466 (Highway, Streets & Bridges) by +$2,525. Resolution is Adopted.
There was discussion in regards to the combination of Art in the Village and Taste of Clarkston events on September 19 and 20 with Taste on September 20, 2015. The Council decided to postpone any decision until more information is made available for the Council from the Sheriff, Fire Department and Independence Township.
Motion by Haven, Supported by Sabol to amend the sidewalk charge to remove snow from any sidewalk will be $125.00 to the homeowner. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Bisio to adjourn the meeting at 8:34 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 12, 2015
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Bisio, Haven, Marsh, Catallo, Sabol.
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Bisio to approve the Agenda with the change to add e. Discussion of Committee and Commissions. All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Marsh to approve the Consent Agenda. All Aye Motion Carried.
November 2014 report
The Public Hearing was open at 7:31 pm. Sandy Miller explained we need to apply for the $5,000.00 for CDBG money available for the City. We needed to have a public hearing then decide to apply for the 2015 CDBG Minor Home Repair application through Oakland County Community and Home Improvement Division then utilizing Independence Township to administer our CDBG program for the City. The Public Hearing was closed at 7:41.
Resolution by Bisio Supported by Catallo to approve 2015 Bank Depository Chase Bank, Clarkston State Bank, Oxford Bank, and Oakland County Treasurers Investment Fund Resolution is Adopted
Motion by Sabol Supported by Haven to amend the General fund, Expenditures Department, Removing 446 (Highway, Streets & Bridges) Resolution is Adopted
Resolution by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve the 2015 Street Administrator as Jason Miller. Resolution is Adopted.
Discussion of our newest Facebook Page Social Media Page. Bisio mention he would like to work on a policy and or standards to follow.
Discussion by Mayor Luginski of our update and recruiting new members of committees.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Bisio to adjourn the meeting at 8:06 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
December 08, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Tom Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Bisio, Sabol, Marsh, Catallo, Hunter. Absent Mayor Luginski, Haven
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol Supported by Marsh to approve the Agenda with the addition of the proclamation. All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Catallo Supported by Sabol to approve the Consent Agenda All Aye Bisio No Motion Carried.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Bisio to approve the Council Meeting Dates for 2015 with the exception of Monday May 25 move to Tuesday May 26 All Aye, Motion Carried.
Motion by Bisio Supported by Catallo to accept and file the 2013/2014 Audit report.We have the Highest possible rating for the City Audit. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Motion by Catallo Supported by Sabol to approve the proclamation of the Clarkston High School Wolves varsity football team on their second straight Michigan High School Athletic Association Division 1 Championship. All Aye Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Marsh to adjourn the meeting at 7:37 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
November 24, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Marsh, Catallo, Sabol, Haven, Bisio. Absent Hunter.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol Supported by Marsh to approve the Agenda with the change Of business order to place 11e then 11d after the Sheriff Report. All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Catallo Supported by Haven to approve the Consent Agenda 5 Aye 1 No Motion Carried.
Clinton River Water Shed Presentation by Anne Vaara. Clarkston is now designated as ‘A Watertown? by Clinton River Water Shed Council. This designation comes with professional services for the City to better process our storm water within the city. Suggested projects are on display at City Hall.
OPIS Presentation. A regional committee has been formed, comprised of municipalities, Oakland Schools, Oakland County Parks & Recreation to structure a regional plan to eradicate evasive plant species on public property.
Resolution by Haven Supported by Catallo to approve a letter of commitment of $1,200.00, from Department trees in order to participate in the grant for a possible $2,400.00 additional funds to control invasive plant species in the city. Resolution is Adopted
Motion by Sabol Supported by Haven to extend the meeting past 9 p.m. All Aye Catallo No
Motion by Bisio Supported by Haven for the City Manager to enforce the current snow removal ordinance as written, taking under consideration hardships, and the individual household circumstance. 5 Aye 1 No Motion Carried
Resolution by Bisio Supported by Haven to approve the second read of the Zoning Ordinance Amendment for 55 S Main St from RM to VC. In 20 days this Ordinance amendment will be final. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Haven Supported by Sabol to approve a waiver of the fee for the Team Rush Light Parade Banner. All Aye Motion Carried.
Moved by Marsh Supported by Sabol to waive the anti burn Ordinance for Holiday Light Night. They are requesting to use warming barrels. Park use ordinance number is 97. All Aye, Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven Supported by Catallo to approve the cancellation of December 22, 2014 Council Meeting. All Aye, Motion Carried
Moved by Haven Supported by Sabol to approve the Citizen Survey that will be mailed in the Tax Bill. All Aye Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Marsh to adjourn the meeting at 9:49 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
PUBLIC HEARING
On Monday January 12, 2015 7 pm
The Council will hold a public hearing on CDBG, Monday January 12, 2015 at 7 pm. For the purpose of hearing public comments on Community Development Block Grant Program year 2015.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
November 10, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Call: Present’Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Catallo, Marsh, Hunter. Sabol, Haven. Absent Roth.
The Swearing in of Mayor Luginski and Catallo, Sabol and Bisio the new members were elected November 4, 2014. Certificate of Appreciation for Peg Roth’s service of 8 years.
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Bisio to approve the Agenda All Aye Motion Carried.
Thank You Certificates were given out to Think Camp volunteers that organized and put on a fund raiser for 3 Handicap picnic tables for Depot Park. Think Camp Members were Will Pospy, Emily Pyscher, Emily Herrmann, Andrew Herrmann, Lucas Isaac, Trevor Busyn and Allison Mayo-Moyle.
Tree Committee Report 4 Pear trees planted at 55 N Holcomb, 37 E Washington, 73 N Holcomb, 28 N Holcomb. There is a 5 year Guarantee from Bordine’s.
Motion by Catallo Supported by Sabol to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
First Read Zoning Ordinance Amendment for 55 S Main was Multi Family but should be Village Commercial. Next step is new Zoning Ordinance Map then 2 nd read then 20 days after that amendment is finalized.
David Marsh, chairman of the Streets committee, started the discussion regarding the decision of the City to remove the snow from residential sidewalks. The issue will be put on the November 24, 2014 agenda.
Moved by Haven, supported by Marsh to adjourn the meeting at 8:04 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
October 27, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:02 p.m. by Tom Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Hunter, Sabol, Haven, Catallo, Absent Luginski, Marsh Roth.
Approval of agenda moved by Sabol Supported by Haven to approve the Agenda with the removal of City Sidewalk Snow Removal. Motion Carried Motion by Catallo Supported by Sabol to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
Removed City Sidewalk Snow Removal until November 10, 2014 meeting.
Resolution by Haven Supported by Sabol to approve JFR Architects, PC to move forward with planning the Capital Projects Fund FY 2015 will be amended to increase revenue account 699 (Transfer In) by $2,936, and increase expenditure account 721 (Planning) by $2,936. For consultation for new DPW Facility. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Haven to amend the agenda for the additional 2 items. Adoption in support of McLaren Health Care Center and Facility and Bids for sidewalk repair. Haven, Hunter, Catallo, Sabol Motion Carried.
Resolution by Catallo Supported by Hunter to approve the Adoption of Resolution in support of McLaren Health Care of Michigan’s request to construct a new Level II Trauma Center and In-Patient facility in Independence Township. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Catallo Suported by Sabol to approve the bid approval of $15,000.00 for sidewalk repair. The approved contractor is Carlo Construction, Inc. Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Haven to adjourn the meeting at 8:17 p.m. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
PUBLIC NOTICE
The Second Read of the Rezoning change for 55 S Main RM (Residential Multiple) to VC (Village Commercial) took place Monday November 24, 2014 this amendment will become final on December 15, 2014. The New Zoning map is available for viewing at the City Office.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
PLANNING COMMISSION
PUBLIC HEARING
On Monday January 05, 2015 7 p.m.
The Planning Commission will be having a public hearing on the Draft of the Zoning Ordinance, which has been codified.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING October 13, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Roth, Haven, Catallo, Marsh, Hunter. Sabol Absent.
Approval of agenda moved by Hunter Supported by Roth to approve the Agenda with the addition of the award of the Sewer Clean out Bids Motion Carried. Thank You
Certificates were given out to volunteers that took care of City flower gardens.
Motion by Haven Supported by Catallo to approve the Consent Agenda Motion Carried.
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Hunter to approve the removal of the sidewalk project from Miller North to the City limits the money is to be moved back to the reserve fund from the Capital Improvement Fund. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Marsh Supported by Roth to postpone City Sidewalk Snow Removal until next Council meeting Oct 27th. All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Luginski Supported by Marsh to approve NO PARKING IN THE ALLEY with approval of a Temporary Order by Oakland County Sheriff Department’s Lieutenant Finley for a 15 minute loading/unloading zone. This will be a 90 day temporary order
Consider this to be a first read of an order to change to No Parking in the Alley with 15 Minute Loading/unloading zone. The area behind Rudy’s and The Clarkston State Bank, including ‘No Parking Except for Local Deliveries? Signs and a designated striped off loading zone. Funds for this motion will be taken from Local Roads 203 ? non winter local streets, which is in the current budget. No Budget Adjustment is needed. Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth Supported by Catallo to designate trick or treating On October 31, 2014 from 6 to 7 p.m. Motion Carried.
Upon the recommendation of Tom Ryan it is a zoning ordinance amendment for the
re-zoning of 55 S Main will have a first read at the next Council meeting October 27, 2014.
Moved by Haven Supported by Hunter to vote for MML Liability and Property Pool Ballot slate on the three Directors presented for the three year terms beginning January 1, 2015, Epler, Osborn, Post. All Aye Motion Carried.
Resolution by Catallo Supported by Hunter to approve the bid award for Storm Sewer Clean out Catch Basins. The recommendation is Pipeline Management will be awarded with their amount coming in at $3,575.00 without a dump cost with the entire job not to exceed $6,500.00. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Catallo to adjourn the meeting at 8:19 p.m. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
September 22, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Catallo, Mayor Luginski, Sabol, Roth, Haven, Marsh, Hunter.
Presentation from the Clarkston Girl Scouts Troop # 13363 to place two stations of Little Free Library possibly one near the bank on Main and one Near the City offices for more information visit Littlefreelibrary.org. Motion by Sabol Supported by Roth All Aye Motion Carried
Motion by Roth Supported by Hunter to approve the Consent Agenda All Aye Motion Carried.
Resolved by Hunter Supported by Sabol to approve the General Fund budget for FY15 will be amended to increase expenditure department Transfers Out for $2,000.00 for the additional paving of Wompole and the Capital Projects fund budget for FY 2015 will be amended to increase expenditure department Capital Outlay for the same $2,000. All Aye Resolution is Adopted
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Hunter to approve the reallocation of 2013 CDBG Funds to minor Home Repair account # 7311227. All Aye. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Roth Supported by Catallo to approve the appointment of Sarah (Sally) Lamm to the Clarkton Independence District Library Board, term ending December 2016. All Aye Motion Carried. Thank You to Kay Robertson for her service on the Library Board.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Marsh not to exercise the City’s option to purchase 3 East Church Street Clarkston MI 48346 due to the price of the purchase and the cost of repairs. All Aye Motion Carried. Roth and Catallo Obstained.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to adjourn the meeting at 8:19 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried. Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
September 08, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Tom Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Catallo, Roth, Sabol, Haven, Marsh, Hunter. Absent Luginski
Approval of agenda moved by Haven Supported by Catallo to approve the Agenda as written. All Aye Motion Carried.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Sabol to pave an additional 19? by 300 feet long not to exceed $3,000.00 from Roads Budget. Resolution is Adopted
Motion by Roth Supported by Sabol to approve the Consent Agenda All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Marsh to postpone Item 11 a and b to next Council meeting date. All Aye. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve the Lot description of Lot 1 and 31 feet of lot 2 for the lot on the South Western most part of Main and Middle Lake Rd. This was changed years ago by Deed. All Aye. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve to send the rezoning back to the Planning Commission for clarification of 55 S Main. All Aye. Resolution is Adopted.
Discussion of Sidewalk Snow Removal Streets Committee needs to meet with Finance Committee to determine a proposal of budget amendments for compliance of the ordinance.
Moved by Haven, supported by Marsh to adjourn the meeting at 8:48 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

Public Notice
NOTICE OF ELECTION
City of Clarkston
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland: Notice is hereby given that a General Election will be held in the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland on Tuesday, November 4, 2014 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the purpose of Electing candidates for the following offices: Governor, SOS, Attorney General, US Senator, Rep in Congress 8th District, State Senator 121st District, Rep State Legislature 43rd District, State Board of Ed, Regent U of M, Trustee MI State University, Governor Wayne State University, County Commissioner 4t” District, Justice of Supreme Court, Justice of Supreme Court (Partial, Judge Court of Appeals 2nd District, Judge Court 6th Circuit Incumbent, Judge Court 6t Circuit Non-Incumbent, Judge of probate Court, Judge of 52nd District 2nd Division, Board Of Trustees OCC, City Mayor, City Council Members, Board Clarkston Community Schools, Proposal 14-1, and Proposal 14-2.
The polling place locations for said election are as follows: PRECINCT #1, 375 Depot Street, Clarkston 48346
For assistance in determining the accessibility of the polling place location and the availability of voting instructions in alternative formats such as audio and Braille, please contact the city clerk’s office. Persons wishing to obtain an absentee ballot may do so by contacting the Clarkston City clerk’s office. The Clerk, or their designee, will be available in the Clerk’s Office on the Saturday preceding the election, November 1, 2014, until 2:00 p.m., the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot which will be mailed. For names of candidates, full text of proposals or any other information, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559. Or WWW.villageofclarkston.org Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston, Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST
Monday October 13, 2014 2 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Test of the computer program on Monday October 13, 2014 at 2 p.m. for the Tuesday, November 4, 2014 General Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
August 25, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Hunter, Sabol, Catallo, Roth, Haven, Marsh, Absent Mayor Luginski.
Public hearing for Special Assessment for sidewalk snow removal. There were five residence of the City that spoke against the Special Assessment. One was for the $65.00 for the per year charge. Closed Public hearing at 8:05 p.m.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Roth to Direct the City Manager to enforce the ordinance of snow removal on the sidewalks this winter. Motion Failed.
Announcement: We are looking for a new Library Board Member to represent the City of Clarkston. Please contact Julie Meredith at the Library.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Roth to approve the Adoption of the Oakland County Hazard Mitigation Plan. The Fire Chief will be the Emergency Management Liaison. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Marsh to approve the Smart Contract FY 2015. The funds $874.00 will be shared between Independence Township Senior Center and Clarkston area Schools Scamp program. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Haven Support by Sabol to approve the Adoption of the Draft Ordinance by Codification Company. The Building Ordinance 150 needs to be handled separate from the rest. All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter support by Catallo to approve the Adoption of the Building Ordinance 150 to be included and sent to the Codification Company. All Aye Motion Carried.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Roth to amend Capital Project Budget Amendment FY 2015. To reflect anticipated revenue and expenditure changes of $80,000. due to the generous donation of Bart and Diane Clark. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to adjourn the meeting at 8:32 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

City of the Village of Clarkston
NOTICE OF
CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE?
NOVEMBER 4, 2014
GENERAL ELECTION
To the Qualified Electors of the CITY OF CLARKSTON, County of Oakland:
Notice is hereby given that the last day to register for the NOVEMBER 4, 2014, PRIMARY ELECTION will be Monday, OCTOBER?6, 2014.
If you are not currently registered to vote or need to register at a new address, you may do so at the following locations and times:
In Person:
? City of Clarkston Clerk’s offices 375 Depot St 9am to 5 pm Mon-Fri.
? County Elections Division, 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Pontiac, MI 48341, Monday ? Friday, 8:00am ? 4:30pm.
? Secretary of State Branch Offices.
? At specified agencies for clients receiving services through Family Independence Agency, the Department of Community Health, Michigan Jobs Commission and some offices of the Commission for the Blind.
? At military recruitment offices for persons who are enlisting.
By Mail:
? Voter Registration Application – Mail to the election official as directed on the application by the close of registration deadline.
Note: ‘Persons registering by mail are required to vote in person unless they have previously voted in person in the state or are at least 60 years of age or are handicapped.
The election will be conducted in Precinct 1 of The City of Clarkston for the purpose of The General Election for the following offices Governor, SOS, Attorney General, US Senator, Rep in Congress 8th District, State Senator 12th District, Rep State Legislature 43 rd District, State Board of Ed, Regent U of M, Trustee MI State University, Governor Wayne State University, County Commissioner 4th District, Justice of Supreme Court, Justice of Supreme Court (Partial), Judge Court of Appeals 2nd District, Judge Court 6th Circuit Incumbent, Judge Court 6th Circuit Non-Incumbent, Judge of probate Court, Judge of 52nd District 2nd Division, Board Of Trustees OCC, City Mayor, City Council Members, Board Clarkston Community Schools, Proposal 14-1, and Proposal 14-2.Full text of the proposal(s) may be obtained from: City Clerk City of Clarkston, 375 Depot St, Clarkston MI 48346 248-625-1559 WWW.villageofclarkston.org Sandy Miller, City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
PLANNING COMMISSION
PUBLIC HEARING
On Monday October 06, 2014 7 p.m.
Conditional Rezoning for 55 S Main
RM (Residential Multiple) to
VC (Village Commercial).
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
August 11, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance. Roll Call: Present ? Sabol, Catallo, Mayor Luginski, Roth, Marsh, Hunter, Absent Haven
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Sabol. To approve spending $250.00 to make repairs to the Bridge at the south end of Depot Park. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Catallo Supported by Roth. To approve the generous offer by Bart and Diane Clark not to exceed $80,000.00 to build a new bridge at the south end of Depot Park. All Aye Motion Carried.
Resolution: Resolved by Sabol, Supported by Hunter. To approve the Property lot adjustment to remove 9.9 ft from 3 E Church and add the same to 28 S Main. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Roth Supported by Sabol for a motion to allow Think Camp to use Depot Park on Thursday August 21, 2014 from 6pm to 8pm with proper insurance for school supplies collection. All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Hunter Supported by Roth for a motion to refer the zoning of 55 S Main to the Planning Commission for clarification. All Aye Motion Carried.
Discussion: Annual report see attached.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to adjourn the meeting at 7:47 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 28, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Roth, Haven, Marsh, Hunter, Sabol, Catallo.
OLD BUSINESS
Resolved by Sabol Supported by Roth to approve the amendment of the Intergovernmental Water Agreement with Independence Township with a correction. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Roth, Supported by Hunter to approve the appointment of David Marsh to be the new member of the Mill Pond Board Motion Carried.
Motion: Motion by Haven, Supported by Catallo to approve the appointment of Re Cherwak to be the new member of the Historic District Commission. Motion Carried.
Motion by Sabol, Supported by Haven to approve the appointment of the Facility Committee consisting of Tom Hunter, Jim Brueck, Jason Miller and Carol Eberhardt. Our current lease will expire on 12/31/2015. Motion Carried.
NEW BUSINESS
Resolved by Haven Supported by Hunter to approve the General Fund Budget FY 2015 Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Sabo Supported by Haven to approve the Capital Projects Fund Budget FY 2015. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve new Office Staff for approximately 16 hours per week at a rate of pay of $10.00 an hour. The General Fund budget for FY15 will be amended to increase revenue account 699 by $8,500, and increase expenditure account 265 by $8,500 Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Sabol to approve the Storm Sewer Repair on Waldon Street at the north entrance to Clarkston United Methodist Church for $1,250. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolved by Hunter Supported by Haven to remove four (4) trees on Holcomb by Clarkston Tree Service in the amount of $2,400. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Haven, supported by Sabol to adjourn the meeting at 7:51 p.m. Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 14, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance. Roll: Present’Mayor Luginski, Haven, Hunter, Roth, Sabol, Absent-Catallo, Marsh.
Resolved by Sabol Supported by Haven to approve the Security Camera purchase from Covet not to exceed $9,879.00. Roll Call Haven, Hunter, Roth, Sabol, Mayor Luginski All Aye Catallo, Marsh Absent.
Resolved by Haven, Supported by Sabol to approve the construction of the sidewalk for the West side of M-15 from Miller Rd to the City property line. Roll Call All Aye; Catallo & Marsh Absent.
Discussion of Mill Race. Investigation by City Engineer Gary Tressel revealed there was no contract between the City and Lehman Investments regarding the maintenance of the Mill Race as claimed by Robert Roth. The City is only responsible for the maintenance of storm sewer system itself. City Manager and Gary Tressel met with Robert Roth and Councilwoman Peg Roth on site to inspect the work that had been completed and address Mr. Roth’s claim the City was required to do more. Given findings by Gary Tressel the City now considers this matter is closed.
Appointment of Facility Committee. The City received notice from John Morgan indicating he intends to sell 3 East, the site of our current DPW garage. Mayor Luginski indicated he will appoint a Facility Committee at the July 28, 2014 Council Meeting. The committee will be charged with making a recommendation to purchase 3 East, or build a new structure to house City equipment. Roth informed the council she and her husband are currently bidding on 3 East and abstained from discussion. Our current lease will expire on 12/31/2015.
Mayor Luginski announced a vacancy on the Historic District Commission.
Motion: Motion by Haven Supported by Roth MML Workers? Compensation Ballot. All Aye Motion Carried.
Discussion: Depot Bridge at South end of Depot Park is Closed and will remain so until further repairs are made.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to adjourn the meeting at 8:05 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Is looking for a person for our Department of Public Works/Parks Department
We need experienced part time help minimum CDL B required preferably snow plow experience and general maintenance. Contact Jason Miller DPW Director
Clarkstondpw@villageofclarkston.org or stop by and fill out an an application
At 375 Depot Rd Clarkston MI 48346
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SPECIAL MEETING MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
June 16, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:15 p.m. by Hunter.
Roll: Present ? Haven, Hunter, Catallo, Roth, Marsh. Absent Luginski and Sabol
Resolution: Resolved by Haven Supported by Marsh to approve the contract between the City of the Village of Clarkston and GPL Investments, a limited liability company. Roll Call Marsh, Haven, Hunter All Aye. Roth, No. Catallo requested herself. Luginski and Sabol Absent. Resolution Failed.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to adjourn the meeting at 8:04 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Carol Eberhardt
Acting City Clerk

OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
June 23, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Haven, Marsh, Hunter, Mayor Luginski, Roth, Sabol, Catallo.
Resolution: Resolved by Hunter Supported by Haven. To approve a Contract between GPL Investments and the City of the Village of Clarkston Roll Call Sabol, Luginski, Hunter, Haven, Marsh, All Aye, Roth No Catallo recused, herself. Motion carried.
Resolution: Resolved by Haven Supported by Hunter. To approve Local Roads Fund Budget for FY 2014. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolution: Resolved by Haven Supported by Roth. To approve Major Roads Fund Budget for FY 2014. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolution: Resolved by Roth Supported by Hunter. To approve General Fund Budget FY 2014. Resolution is Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Marsh to adjourn the meeting at 8:31 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
Zoning Board of Appeals
Tuesday August 26, 2014 AT 7:00 P.M.
The City of the Village of Clarkston will have a Zoning Board of Appeals Meeting to consider the following:
Case Number 14-010 ? 08-29-181-027 Overlook & M-15
Applicant is requesting a variance, to build a new home and attached garage on a corner lot.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus M Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
PUBLIC HEARING
On Monday August 25, 2014 7 p.m.
The Council is considering a special Assessment of $65.00 for all residence that have a sidewalk on their property for snow removal.
Anyone planning to attend the meeting who has need of special assistance under the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) is asked to contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559 at least 48 hours prior to the meeting. Staff will be pleased to make the necessary arrangements.
City Clerk
Sandy Miller

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
Nominating Petitions
NOVEMBER CITY ELECTION
FOR OFFICES OF CITY COUNCIL
Registered voters in the City of the Village of Clarkston will be electing a Mayor for a two year term, three (3) City Council members for a two year term at an election to be held on Tuesday November 4, 2014.
Nominating Petitions for the above-named positions are available from the City Clerk, 375 Depot Road, and are due to be completed and returned to the Clerk on or before 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 5, 2014. Petitions shall be signed by not less than twenty nor more than forty registered electors in the City of the Village of Clarkston.
PETITIONS RECEIVED AFTER 4:00 P.M. AUGUST 5, 2014 CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
Also required is an Affidavit of Identity available from the City Clerk.
Note: Write-in candidates must file a Declaration of Intent, available from the City Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday October 24, 2014.
Please call (248) 625-1559, if there are any questions.
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
June 9, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ‘Roth, Haven, Marsh, Hunter, Catallo, Absent Luginski and Sabol
Motion: 148 N Main Site Plan Approval Agreement. No Decision made at this time.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Marsh. To amend the City Council Resolution dated December 11, 2010, to discontinue uploading audio recordings to the website.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Marsh. To place a link to the video/audio recording of the City of the Village of Clarkston Council meeting to the City website for Public access. All Aye.
Resolved by Haven Supported by Roth. To amend the General Fund Budget FY14. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolution: Resolved by Hunter Supported by Haven. To amend an Operating Millage Rate. All Aye
Resolved by Hunter Supported by Haven. To approve the 2014 Tax Year Debt Retirement Millage Rate. All Aye
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Marsh. To adopt the General Fund Budget for FY 2015. All Aye
Resolved by Roth Supported by Haven. To adopt Major Roads Fund Budget for FY 2015. All Aye
Resolution: Resolved by Haven Supported by Catallo. To adopt Local Roads Fund Budget for FY 2015 All Aye
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Haven to approve a purchase of a John Deere Tractor for 21,800.00. All Aye
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Marsh. To adopt the payment schedule of a John Deere Tractor. All Aye
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

Public Notice
NOTICE OF ELECTION
375 Depot Street
City of Clarkston
COUNTY TREASURER’S STATEMENT AS REQUIRED BY ACT NO. 62 OF THE PUBLIC ACTS OF 1933 AS AMENDED
I, Andrew E. Meisner, County Treasurer of the County of Oakland, State of Michigan, do hereby certify that according to the records in my office, as of June 30, 2014, the total of all voted increases in the tax rate limitation above the 18 mills established by Section 6 of Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 affecting taxable property in the City of the Village of Clarkston, in said county is as follows:
LOCAL UNIT VOTED YEARS
EFFECTIVE INCREASE INCREASE
Clarkston Community 19.2491 2006-2015 Incl.
Schools
County School District 3.6483 Unlimited
of Oakland Co
County of Oakland .2415 2012-2021 Incl.
Oakland Community 1.00 Unlimited
College .7811 Beg 07-01-2012
10 yrs.
Dated: June 30, 2014
ANDREW E. MEISNER TREASURER, OAKLAND COUNTY

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST
Monday July 21, 2014 2 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Test of the computer program on Monday July 21, 2014 at 2 p.m. for the Tuesday, August 5, 2014 Primary Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

NOTICE OF ELECTION
City of Clarkston
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland: Notice is hereby given that a Primary Election will be held in the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the purpose of Electing candidates for the following offices: Governor, US Senator, Rep in Congress, State Senator, Rep in State Legislature, County Commissioner and Delegate to County Convention and to vote on the following proposals: Proposal 14-1 APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL OF AMENDATORY ACT TO REDUCE STATE USE TAX AND REPLACE WITH A LOCAL COMMUNITY STABILIZATION SHARE TO MODERNIZE THE TAX SYSTEM TO HELP SMALL BUSINESSES GROW AND CREATE JOBS Clarkston Independence District Library. Library Millage Proposal. The polling place locations for said election are as follows: PRECINCT #1, 375 Depot Street Clarkston 48346
For assistance in determining the accessibility of the polling place locations and the availability of voting instructions in alternative formats such as audio and Braille, please contact the city clerk’s office. Persons wishing to obtain an absentee ballot may do so by contacting the Clarkston City clerk’s office. The Clerk, or their designee, will be available in the Clerk’s Office on the Saturday preceding the election, August 2, 2014, until 2:00 p.m., the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot which will be mailed. For names of candidates, full text of proposals or any other information, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559. Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston, Clerk

NOTICE OF ELECTION
City of Clarkston
To the Qualified Electors of the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland: Notice is hereby given that a Primary Election will be held in the City of Clarkston, County of Oakland on Tuesday, August 5, 2014 from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. for the purpose of Electing candidates for the following offices: Governor, US Senator, Rep in Congress, State Senator, Rep in State Legislature, County Commissioner and Delegate to County Convention and to vote on the following proposals: Proposal 14-1 APPROVAL OR DISAPPROVAL OF AMENDATORY ACT TO REDUCE STATE USE TAX AND REPLACE WITH A LOCAL COMMUNITY STABILIZATION SHARE TO MODERNIZE THE TAX SYSTEM TO HELP SMALL BUSINESSES GROW AND CREATE JOBS Clarkston Independence District Library. Library Millage Proposal. The polling place locations for said election are as follows: PRECINCT #1, 375 Depot Street Clarkston 48346
For assistance in determining the accessibility of the polling place locations and the availability of voting instructions in alternative formats such as audio and Braille, please contact the city clerk’s office. Persons wishing to obtain an absentee ballot may do so by contacting the Clarkston City clerk’s office. The Clerk, or their designee, will be available in the Clerk’s Office on the Saturday preceding the election, August 2, 2014, until 2:00 p.m., the deadline for requesting an absentee ballot which will be mailed. For names of candidates, full text of proposals or any other information, please contact the City Clerk’s Office at 248-625-1559. Sandy Miller, City of Clarkston, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
May 27, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Hunter, followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Haven, Marsh, Hunter, Sabol, Catallo, Roth. Absent Luginski
Fy 2015 Budget Presentation
Resolution: Resolved by Catallo Supported by Sabol to approve the cooperative agreement for consulting services with Carlisle Wortman Associates. Prices remain till the end of 2014. Resolution is Adopted.
Resolution: Resolved by Roth Supported by Haven. To resolve a Cooperative Agreement with Oakland County CDBG 2015 -2017 Program. Resolution is Adopted.
Motion by Sabol Supported Roth to Metro Act Right to grant Michigan Bell Telephone a/k/a AT&T an extension of the original contract, which expires August 30, 2014, to August 30, 2019. All Aye Motion Carried.
Motion by Roth Supported by Sabol to have a Memorial Tree Board recognizing memorial tree locations on Main Street then in the park to eliminate mowing problems remove the 4×4 s by each tree and have the memorial placards close to each tree on the mulch. Motion is Adopted.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Haven to approve the site plan agreement contract for the conditional rezoning from R1 to VC between the City and the petitioners at 148 N Main, subject to final engineering review. Motion Carried.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Marsh for the Special Land use request for Outdoor Seating of 148 N Main. Absent Motion Carried.
Motion by Sabol Supported by Haven for the Approval of the Site plan Review of 148 N Main. Motion Carried
Moved by Sabol, supported by Roth to adjourn the meeting at 8:46 p.m. All Aye Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
NOTICE OF
CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE’August 5, 2014 PRIMARY ELECTION
To the Qualified Electors of the CITY OF CLARKSTON, County of Oakland:
Notice is hereby given that the last day to register for the AUGUST 5, 2014, PRIMARY ELECTION will be Monday, July?7, 2014.
If you are not currently registered to vote or need to register at a new address, you may do so at the following locations and times:
In Person:
? City of Clarkston Clerk’s offices 375 Depot St 9am to 5 pm Mon-Fri.
? County Elections Division, 1200 N. Telegraph Rd., Pontiac, MI 48341, Monday ? Friday, 8:00am ? 4:30pm.
? Secretary of State Branch Offices.
? At specified agencies for clients receiving services through Family Independence Agency, the Department of Community Health, Michigan Jobs Commission and some offices of the Commission for the Blind.
? At military recruitment offices for persons who are enlisting.
By Mail:
? Voter Registration Application – Mail to the election official as directed on the application by the close of registration deadline.
Note: ‘Persons registering by mail are required to vote in person unless they have previously voted in person in the state or are at least 60 years of age or are handicapped.
The election will be conducted in Precinct 1 of The City of Clarkston for the purpose of Primary Election for the following offices Governor, US Senator, Rep in Congress 8th District, State Senator 12th District, Rep State Legislature 43 rd District, County Commissioner 4th District, Delegate to County Convention, Proposal 14-1, and Proposal Clarkston Independence District Library.
Full text of the proposal(s) may be obtained from: City Clerk
City of Clarkston, 375 Depot St, Clarkston MI 48346 248-625-1559
Sandy Miller, City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Rd
Clarkston MI 48346
PLANNING COMMISSION
Monday April 7, 2014 AT 7:00 P.M.
PUBLIC HEARING

The City of the Village of Clarkston will have a public hearing for the Conditional Rezoning and Special Land Use of 148 N Main Street.
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 13, 2014
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Catallo, Haven, Marsh
Absent ? Roth
Oath was given to Sandy Miller for the new City Clerk by Mayor Luginski.
Motion to approve change in order of agenda item by Marsh 12a from After old business to after public hearing and 12g after that and table item 12e until next meeting supported by Haven. Motion Carried.
PUBLIC COMMENTS
Thank you to the City’s DPW for all their hard work with the most recent snow storms.
Concern of deep potholes on M-15 along with the upcoming spring construction on M-15.
Shiver on the river activities explained for participation on Saturday January 18, 2014. Committee would like to ask for volunteers and volunteer funds.
Sabol will have his office hours on Jan 23 at the Village Bakery from 6:30 to 7:30 p.m.
Catallo had a concern of a car parked on Buffalo St.
PUBLIC HEARING CDBG ALLOCATION
Open CDBG Public Hearing at 7:15 a Motion by Haven and Support by Catallo to rescind from the meeting on December 09, 2013 See attached minutes. Close public hearing at 7:20.
Resolution to allocate $5,000.00 to CDBG minor home repair.
Role: Present – Marsh, Catallo, Hunter, Sabol, Haven, Luginski Absent: Roth.
Resolution Approved.
NEW BUSINESS
Foreclosure Prevention information presentation given by Soyini Boyer. Community Housing Network, Inc. Nonprofit organization located in Troy. Free Foreclosure Prevention Counseling serving Oakland, Macomb, and Wayne Counties. Website is www.StepForwardMichigan.org.
Picasso’s Grapevine business plan Mike Sabol gave review of planning meeting.
Leanna Haun presented general overview of her new proposed business of painting classes that customers may bring with them beer and or wine that the customer may consume while painting.
Approval concept of use discussion. Motion by Sabol to approve business plan support by Catallo. Roll Call Luginski, No Marsh, No Catallo, No Sabol, Yes Hunter, Yes Haven, Yes Motion to table until next meeting by Sabol Support by Catallo. All in favor Aye. Opposed No. Absent Roth.
OLD BUSINESS
Appointments to Committee reports No Committee Chairpersons have reported to City Manager Eberhardt. We need an update list of all Committee and their Chairpersons. Council needs feedback from all our Committee as to what topics are being covered.
Finance committee needs information for a three year budget. Would we need the expense of an outside consultant for Planning or Streets and Roads or LED Street Lighting Conversion or any major projects like welcome packets, and Ordinance Publications. Schedule quarterly reports for each committee to report cost projection. First report due April 1, 2014.
CONSENT AGENDA
Moved by Hunter, supported by Sabol to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Roth
CITY MANAGER’S REPORT
Marsh asked about bump outs ? we need cross walk at Church and Depot. Eberhardt has asked MDOT to do bump outs at no cost to the City. The waiver letters are trickling in.
ATTORNEY’S REPORT
Proposed budget for Sewer fund in regards to install a clean out or retention basin near W Washington toward Depot. Gary Tressel needs to be consulted in regards to the structure. According to Eberhardt no one is willing to bid the options at this time.
OLD BUSINESS
Appointments to SEMCOG. Two people to be appointed on the committee, Carol Eberhardt and David Marsh appointed to be the representatives.
Motion by Luginski supported by Sabol Motion carried Absent Roth.
Appointment of Ordinance Committee Chairperson. Tom Hunter will be chair of Ordinance Committee. Richard Bisio will continue to be on the committee.
Motion by Luginski supported by Haven Motion carried Absent Roth.
Appointment of Finance Committee. Catallo will be appointed to the Finance Committee.
Motion by Luginski supported by Haven motion carried. Absent Roth.
NEW BUSINESS
2014 Bank Depository Chase Bank, Clarkston State Bank, Oxford Bank and Oakland County Treasurers investment fund. Resolved by Catallo supported by Hunter.
Role Call Vote: Ayes: Hunter, Sabol, Marsh, Catallo, Haven, Luginski Nays: None Absent: Roth Resolution Approved.
FY14 Budget Amendment by Department
Resolved by Haven Supported by Hunter.
Role Call Vote: Ayes: Luginski, Hunter, Marsh, Sabol, Haven, Catallo Nays: None
Absent: Roth Resolution Approved.
Resolution to Appoint Jason Miller as Street Administrator
Resolved by Catallo Supported by Sabol.
Role Call Vote: Ayes: Marsh, Luginski, Haven, Hunter, Catallo, Sabol Nays: None Absent: Roth
Table Temporary signs until next meeting.
Video tape council meetings.
No cost video council meetings would be allowed. Eberhardt will look into no cost audio/video taping Council meetings.
Motion made by Sabol Supported by Marsh to extend the meeting past 9 P.M.
Motion Carried.
Discussion and Motion Code Enforcement/Parking Enforcement Officer
Moved by Catallo, supported by Hunter. Person to be proposed is Ralph Dagel to be the person to start writing notices and tickets for Code Enforcement/Parking Enforcement.
Role Call Vote: Ayes: Marsh, Luginski, Sabol, Hunter, Catallo, Haven Nays: None Absent: Roth
Moved by Marsh, supported by Catallo to adjourn the meeting at 9:30 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Sandy Miller
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
November 25, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Catallo, Marsh, Haven, Roth
Moved by Sabol, supported by Haven to approve the agenda as presented with one additional item to be added under New Business ? Resolution to address the South Park Bridge Repair. Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Mayor Luginski introduced Phillip Bertolini and Tammi Shepherd from Oakland County Technologies. Mr. Bertolini and Ms Shepherd answered questions and clarified concerns regarding the City WIFI project for the Sherman Building.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to approve the implementation of the WIFI transmitter on the Sherman Building located at Washington and Main.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to cancel the December 23, 2013 Council meeting.
Motion carried.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Catallo to approve maximum of $1,000 for interim repair to the South Park Bridge, in so doing the budget will be amended by increasing department #446 Highway, Streets & Bridges and the Park budget line will be decreased by the same amount, pending successful review with DPW by the City Engineers.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Marsh, Catallo, Hunter, Haven, Sabol, Roth, Luginski
Nays: None
Absent: None
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to adjourn the meeting at 7:45 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Janet C. Gillespie
Acting City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
BLOCK GRANT FUNDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of the Village of Clarkston will hold a public hearing on the use of Community Development Block Grant Funds. The Hearing will be held on January 13, 2014 at 7:00 p.m. at the City Offices located at 375 Depot Rd., Clarkston, MI 48346 for the purpose of hearing public comments on the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Year 2014 application in the approximate amount of $5,000 to fund eligible projects. All interested citizens are requested to attend the Hearing. Comments will also be received in writing or in person at 375 Depot Rd., Clarkston, MI 48346 up until January 13, 2014 7:00 p.m. Arrangements to reasonably accommodate special needs, including handicap accessibility or interpreter, will be made upon receiving 72-hour advance notice. Contact City Manager Carol Eberhardt at 248-625-1559, 375 Depot Rd for special services.
Janet C. Gillespie, Acting City Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
Published — 1-1-2014

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
November 12, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to appoint Jan Gillespie as the Acting City Clerk of the City of the Village of Clarkston until a new Clerk is found.
Motion Carried.
Acting City Clerk, Jan Gillespie, was sworn into office by Mayor Luginski.
New Council member David Marsh was sworn into office by Acting City Clerk, Jan Gillespie.
New Council Member Sharron Catallo was sworn into office by Acting City Clerk, Jan Gillespie.
Council member Tom Hunter was sworn into office for another term by Acting City Clerk, Jan Gillespie.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Catallo, Marsh
Absent ? Haven, Roth
Moved by Hunter, supported by Sabol to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent ? Haven, Roth
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven, Roth
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to allow the Independence Township Parks and Recreation Department use of Depot Park on December 14th , for their annual Christmas Tree lighting ceremony. Insurance with the City named on the policy required before the event.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven, Roth
Public Safety Committee – Mayor Luginski appointed Tom Hunter ? as possible Chairman, Karen Eckert, Gary Crandall, Richard Bisio, a retailer
Streets/Parking/Sidewalks Committee ? Mayor Luginski appointed David Marsh ? Chairman , Peg Roth, a retailer.
Trees/Gardens Committee ? Mayor Luginski appointed Sharron Catallo-Chairman, Jason Miller (DPW), Steve Hargis, Carol Eberhardt.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Catallo to set the public hearing to entertain comments from the public for the allocation of the CDBG 2014 funds be scheduled for December 9, 2014 at 7 p.m.
Motion Carried. Absent ? Haven, Roth
Resolved by Catallo, supported by Sabol to amend FY14 budget with Federal Revenue Source/Federal Grants 501 increased to $15,403 and Department 265, building and grounds increased to $15,403.
Roll Call Vote:
Ayes: Catallo, Luginski, Sabol, Marsh, Hunter
Nays: None
Absent: Haven, Roth
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Mayor Luginski, supported by Catallo to appoint Tom Hunter as Mayor
Pro-Tem.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven, Roth
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to adjourn the meeting at 7:56 p.m.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven, Roth
Respectfully Submitted,
Janet C. Gillespie
Acting City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
BLOCK GRANT FUNDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of the Village of Clarkston will hold a public hearing on the use of Community Development Block Grant Funds. The Hearing will be held on December 9, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. at the City Offices located at 375 Depot Rd., Clarkston, MI 48346 for the purpose of hearing public comments on the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Year 2014 application in the approximate amount of $5,000 to fund eligible projects. All interested citizens are requested to attend the Hearing. Comments will also be received in writing or in person at 375 Depot Rd., Clarkston, MI 48346 up until December 9, 2013 7:00 p.m. Arrangements to reasonably accommodate special needs, including handicap accessibility or interpreter, will be made upon receiving 72-hour advance notice. Contact City Manager Carol Eberhardt at 248-625-1559, 375 Depot Rd for special services.
Janet C. Gillespie, Acting City Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
Published — 11-27-2013

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
October 28, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:07 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Bisio,
Haven, Roth
Absent ? Hargis
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to approve the agenda with the following change-
Delete under Old Business Item a ? Crack fill or Patch on City Streets
Motion Carried. Absent – Hargis
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth to accept the Consent Agenda with the removal for further discussion of two items ? City Council Meeting Minutes of 10/14/2013 and the DPW Report.
Motion Carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to approve the 10/14/2013 Council minutes with the following changes:
Under the Consent Agenda page 2 ? Moved by Sabol Bisio, supported by Haven to have the Mayor Designate a new Street Committee Chairman. Motion carried.? Sabol voted NO (added).
To change on page 4? Resolved by Hargis, supported by Bisio regarding MTT Docket NO 437217 Lehman Investment Company v City of the Village of Clarkston for Tax years 2012 and 2013 to support the decision of the Tax Equalization Board recommendation of the Oakland County Equalization Division and the recommendation of City Attorney Ryan.
Motion Carried. Absent ? Hargis
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the DPW Report.
Motion Carried. Absent-Hargis
Moved by Haven, supported by Bisio to move the regular scheduled November 11 Council meeting to Tuesday, November 12, because of Veterans Day.
Motion carried. Absent – Hargis
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to accept the Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Association amended 2014 budget and accept the association’s 2015 and 2016 budgets.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Haven, Bisio, Sabol, Luginski, Roth, Hunter
Nays: None
Absent: Hargis
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to allocate $2,298.00 from the Capital Project Fund, to department 444, to complete the 2013-2014 sidewalk repair project.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Bisio, Haven, Hunter, Sabol, Luginski, Roth
Nays: None
Absent: Hargis
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to approve the MDOT individual permit for use of state highway Right of Way (form 2205 and (form 2205B).
Motion Carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Hunter, supported by Bisio to adopt the State of Michigan Retention Policy as the guidelines for Document Retention and Disposal Policy (latest update 2010) for the City of the Village of Clarkston. These policies are sensitive to historical items.
Motion carried. Absent: Hargis
Resolved by Haven, supported by Hunter to move $289,782.00 from the Independence Township Water Reserve funds to the City Water Reserve Fund.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Luginski, Bisio, Sabol, Roth, Hunter, Haven
Nays: None
Absent: Hargis
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to re-appoint Robert Bondy and Frank Schoebel and appoint Derek Werner to replace Jen Detkowski to the Planning Commission for a three year term ending in 2016.
Motion carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to re-appoint Margaret DeCosta and Scott Meyland to the Zoning Board of Appeals for a three year term ending in 2016.
Motion carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to re-appoint Kevin Harrison to the Historic District Commission for a three year term ending in 2016.
Motion carried. Absent: Hargis

Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to re-appoint Joel Hoffman and appoint Dennis Ritter as Alternate, to replace Richard Bisio, to the Board of Review for a three year term ending in 2016.
Motion carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to adjourn the meeting at 8:13 p.m.
Motion carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Janet C. Gillespie
Acting City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
October 14, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present: Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Bisio, Hargis, Haven and Roth
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to approve the agenda after moving Item 8 MDOT
Presentation on resurfacing M15 after Public Comments.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Roth to allow the community Girl Scouts to use the park next spring for their spring ceremony. Insurance will be provided by the Girl Scout troop.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to have the Mayor designate a new Street Committee Chairman.
Motion carried. Sabol voted No
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis to approve the last sentence in Section #1 to read ‘Contractor’s employment status is considered at will.? Also, to change in Section #4, Section #6, two places in Section #7a and once in Section #7b the words ‘Code Enforcement Services to City’s Code Administration Consultant?.
Motion carried.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Haven to approve the City of Clarkston’s Title VI non-discrimination Plan and to appoint Sandra Barlass, City Treasurer, as the Title VI Coordinator.
Motion carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 91 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 73 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion carried.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Hargis to move $601.00 from the Fund Balance to department 301, Police Department, in order to reimburse Michigan State Police for unused 2010 training grant funds.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Bisio, Luginski, Haven, Hargis, Roth, Sabol, Hunter
Nays: None
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to enter into closed session regarding pending litigation MTT Docket No 437217 Michigan Tax Tribunal.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Bisio, Sabol, Hunter, Luginski, Hargis, Haven
Nays: None
Recued: Roth
Resolution Approved.
Council went into Closed Session at 8:49.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to come back to open session.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Haven, Luginski, Hunter, Bisio, Sabol, Hargis
Nays: None
Recued: Roth
Resolution Approved.
Council returned to Open Session at 8:57 p.m.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Bisio regarding MTT Docket NO 437217 Lehman Investment Company v City of the Village of Clarkston for Tax years 2012 and 2013 to support the recommendation of the Oakland County Equalization Division and the recommendation of City Attorney Ryan.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Haven, Luginski, Hunter, Bisio, Hargis, Sabol
Nays: None
Absent: Roth
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to proceed with meeting beyond 9:00 a.m.
Motion carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported Haven to adjourn meeting at 9:07 p.m.
Motion carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Janet C. Gillespie
Acting City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN 48346
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the City of the Village of Clarkston Offices will be closed on Monday, November 11, 2013 for Veteran’s Day.
The offices will reopen on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 9:00 a.m.
The regularly scheduled Council meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 12, 2013 at 7 p.m.
Jan Gillespie, Acting City Clerk
Posted: November 6, 2013

NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 5, 2013
IN THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
To the Qualified Electors:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a General Election will be held in:
City of the Village of Clarkston
County of Oakland, State of Michigan
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013
THE POLLS will be open
7 o’clock a.m. until 8 o’clock p.m.
ALL POLLING PLACES ARE
HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
BRAILLE AND AUDIO VERSIONS OF VOTING INSTRUCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE
AT THE POLLING PLACES LISTED BELOW:
Precinct #1
City Hall
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
INFORMATION ON OBTAINING AN
ABSENT VOTER BALLOT FOR THE ELECTION
Is available at City Hall located at
375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan
City Hall Offices will be open
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday Thru Friday
For electors to receive an ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
FINAL DEADLINE TO RECEIVE
AN ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
November 4, 2013 until 4 p.m.
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
3 COUNCIL MEMBERS – for 2 year term
1 COUNCIL MEMBER-for partial term ending 11/10/2014
Jan Gillespie, Acting City Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

NOTICE OF GENERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 5, 2013
IN THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
To the Qualified Electors:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a General Election will be held in:
City of the Village of Clarkston
County of Oakland, State of Michigan
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 2013
THE POLLS will be open
7 o’clock a.m. until 8 o’clock p.m.
ALL POLLING PLACES ARE
HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
BRAILLE AND AUDIO VERSIONS OF VOTING INSTRUCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE
AT THE POLLING PLACES LISTED BELOW:
Precinct #1
City Hall
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
INFORMATION ON OBTAINING AN
ABSENT VOTER BALLOT FOR THE ELECTION
Is available at City Hall located at
375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan
City Hall Offices will be open
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday Thru Friday
For electors to receive an ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
FINAL DEADLINE TO RECEIVE
AN ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
November 4, 2013 until 4 p.m.
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
3 COUNCIL MEMBERS – for 2 year term
1 COUNCIL MEMBER-for partial term ending 11/10/2014
Jan Gillespie, Acting City Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

P U B L I C N 0 T I C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Testing of the computer program on THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 2013, at 10:00 a.m. for the November 5, 2013 General Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
This testing will be held at the City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan.
Jan Gillespie, Acting City Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
September 23, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Hunter followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present: Mayor Pro Tem Hunter, Sabol, Bisio, Hargis, Haven and Roth
Absent: Mayor Luginski
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Bisio to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Roth that the City of the Village of Clarkston maintains their Halloween hours of 6:00-7:00p.m.
Motion Carried. Absent: Mayor Luginski
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the Carlisle/Wortman contract in the council packet with the following changes to Section 1.4 ? add monitor the city looking for building violations and Section 6.0 ? delete the sentence after ‘the term of this agreement shall be for a period for one (1) year from the date of execution also change Section 1.4 and 3.4 the two boards to council.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Haven to expense $3,210 from the 401 Capital Project fund to department 901 capital outlay and also resolve that we accept the lowest bid of $4,460 for the repair of the field stone wall in front of 89 S. Main.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the Independent Contract Agreement as a form used for the City Inspectors with the following changes. Paragraph 1, delete the last sentence which states contractor’s employment status is considered at will. Paragraph 3, delete Code Enforcement Service, Inc. insert period after Code Administration Consultant. Paragraph 4, 6, 7a. (two places), 7b., and e replace Code Enforcement Service, Inc. with the city’s Code Administration Consultant.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Hargis to move $4,300 from fund 202, department 451, major streets, to fund 203, department 451, minor roads.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Haven, supported by Bisio to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 30 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 70 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to delete this chapter because it duplicates provisions of the Michigan vehicle code, which would be adopted in chapter 70 of the code of ordinances.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 94 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to cast our vote for the three incumbent candidates that are recommended by the Michigan Municipal League for their Board of Directors.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 8:46 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
CITY CLERK POSITION AVAILABLE
The City of the Village of Clarkston is accepting resumes for the part-time position of City Clerk. Applicants should possess a high school diploma, 3-5 years progressive experience in municipal clerking, organizational skills, knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office software preferably within a network environment, team building skills, strong customer seervice focus, and a desire to take initiative and promote innovation and efficiency. Must be available for evening council meetings, prepares city council minutes, experience in planning, supervising and executing all elections. Position will be open until filled.
Send Resumes to: Carol Eberhardt, City Manager
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Publish: September 25, 2013 & October 2, 2013

NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON November 5, 2013
City of the Village of Clarkston
To the qualified electors of the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan:
NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN THAT THE City of the Village of Clarkston, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan, 48346, WILL BE OPEN:
MONDAY, October 7, 2013
FROM 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING APPLICATIONS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS IN SAID CITY NOT ALREADY REGISTERED.
THE NOVEMBER 5, 2013 GENERAL ELECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED IN PRECINCT 1 OF THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS (THREE FOR TWO-YEAR TERM AND ONE FOR PARTIAL TERM ENDING 11/10/14)
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
CITY CLERK POSITION AVAILABLE
The City of the Village of Clarkston is accepting resumes for the part-time position of City Clerk. Applicants should possess a high school diploma, 3-5 years progressive experience in municipal clerking, organizational skills, knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office software preferably within a network environment, team building skills, strong customer seervice focus, and a desire to take initiative and promote innovation and efficiency. Must be available for evening council meetings, prepares city council minutes, experience in planning, supervising and executing all elections. Position will be open until filled.
Send Resumes to: Carol Eberhardt, City Manager
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, MI 48346
Publish: September 25, 2013 & October 2, 2013

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING September 9, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present: Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Bisio, Hargis and Roth
Absent: Haven
Moved by Hargis, supported by Roth to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
City Manager went over the Manager’s Report with council. (Manager’s Report attached for the record).
Moved by Hargis, Supported by Sabol to postpone approval of contract until next meeting of September 23, 2013.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to designate Richard Bisio as the chairman of the Police Committee.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis to designate Peg Roth as the chairman of the Street Committee.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hunter, supported by Sabol to establish a Tree Committee which would include one council member and one or two residents.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to allow High Five Races LLC the use of the south half of the Main/Washington Street parking lot. Use is contingent upon furnishing the proper liability insurance rider to the City.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to enter into closed session regarding pending litigation Cotto v. Village of Clarkston.
Roll Call Vote: Absent: Haven
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to come back to open session.
Roll Call Vote: Absent: Haven
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Sabol to accept the recommendation of our city attorney to agree to settle the case in question for $20,000.
Roll Call Vote: Absent: Haven
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 8:55 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
SIDEWALK REPAIR BIDS
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the City of the Village of Clarkston is excepting bids for sidewalk repair. Specifications are available at the City offices located at 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan 48346 or by email at millerdpw1@hotmail.com office hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Deadline for bids to be submitted to the city is Friday, September 27, 2013 by 3:00 p.m.
Kelly Richter
Clerk
Published: 9/18/13 & 9/25/13

NOTICE OF CLOSE
OF REGISTRATION FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON November 5, 2013
City of the Village of Clarkston
To the qualified electors of the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan:
NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN THAT THE City of the Village of Clarkston, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan, 48346, WILL BE OPEN:
TUESDAY, October 7, 2013
FROM 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING APPLICATIONS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS IN SAID CITY NOT ALREADY REGISTERED.
THE NOVEMBER 5, 2013 GENERAL ELECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED IN PRECINCT 1 OF THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS (THREE FOR TWO-YEAR TERM AND ONE FOR PARTIAL TERM ENDING 11/10/14)
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
SYNOPSIS OF ORDINANCE NO. 143
AN ORDINANCE TO ADOPT A FIREWORKS ORDINANCE IN ORDER TO INCORPORATE CHANGES TO STATE LAW REGARDING FIREWORKS AND TO CONFIRM THAT IGNITION AND DISCHARGE OF FIREWORKS IS NOT PERMITTED EXCEPT ON CERTAIN DAYS.
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ORDAINS:
Section 1:01 Fireworks. (a) Definitions; (b) General prohibition on ignition, discharge, and use of
Consumer fireworks; exception; (c) Additional prohibitions; (d) Novelities; (e) Enforcement; (f) Civil rights, penalties; seizure of fireworks and payment of costs.
Section 2:01 Repealer.
Section 3:01 Severability.
Section 4:01 Savings Clause.
Section 5:01 Effective Date. This Ordinance will become effective 20 days after publication after publication notice of ordinance adoption in a newspaper of general circulation within the City of the Village of Clarkston.
The foregoing is a true and complete copy of an Ordinance adopted by the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan, at a regular meeting held on the 26th day of August, 2013, and public notice of said meeting was given pursuant to and in accordance with the requirements of the Michigan Zoning Enabling Act, Act No. 110 of 2006 and Act No. 100 of the Public Acts of 1976, as amended, being the Open Meetings Act, and the Minutes of said meeting have been or will be made available as required by said Act.
ADOPTED: August 26, 2013
EFFECTIVE: October 15, 2013
Kelly M. Richter,
City of Village of Clarkston City Clerk
PUBLISHED: September 25, 2013

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON 375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
STREET CRACK FILL REPAIR BIDS
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the City of the Village of Clarkston is excepting bids for Street Crack Fill repair. Specifications are available at the City offices located at 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan 48346 or by email at millerdpw1@hotmail.com office hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Deadline for bids to be submitted to the city is Friday, September 27, 2013 by 3:00 p.m.
Kelly Richter
Published: 9/18/13 & 9/25/13 Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
SIDEWALK REPAIR BIDS
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the City of the Village of Clarkston is excepting bids for sidewalk repair. Specifications are available at the City offices located at 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan 48346 or by email at millerdpw1@hotmail.com office hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Deadline for bids to be submitted to the city is Friday, September 27, 2013 by 3:00 p.m.
Kelly Richter
Clerk
Published: 9/18/13 & 9/25/13

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON 375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
STREET CRACK FILL REPAIR BIDS
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the City of the Village of Clarkston is excepting bids for Street Crack Fill repair. Specifications are available at the City offices located at 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan 48346 or by email at millerdpw1@hotmail.com office hours are Monday through Friday 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Deadline for bids to be submitted to the city is Friday, September 27, 2013 by 3:00 p.m.
Kelly Richter
Published: 9/18/13 & 9/25/13 Clerk

NOTICE OF CONFIRMATION OF SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO CLARKSTON MILL POND
TAKE NOTICE that the Clarkston Mill Pond Improvement Board has confirmed the Special Assessment Roll for improvements to Clarkston Mill Pond. The Special Assessment Roll in the amount of $14,991 has been prepared for the purpose of assessing the cost of aquatic plant management (surveys and treatments), goose control, permits, sediment (muck) control, legal counsel, administration and contingency over a three-year period (2014 to 2016). Said Special Assessment Roll and all assessments thereon are final and conclusive unless attacked in a court of competent jurisdiction within 30 days of this notice. This notice is being published pursuant to Part 309 of the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, PA 451 of 1994, as amended.
Clarkston Mill Pond Improvement Board
Oakland County, Michigan

NOTICE OF DETERMINATION OF PRACTICABILITY FOR IMPROVEMENTS TO CLARKSTON MILL POND
Notice is hereby given that at a Public Hearing held on August 28, 2013, the Lake Improvement Board for the Clarkston Mill Ponds, by resolution, determined that the proposed program consisting of aquatic plant management (surveys and treatments), goose control, permits, sediment (muck) control, legal counsel, administration and contingency over a three-year period (2014 to 2016) was practical and approved the program’s estimated annual cost of $15,510.00
This Notice of Determination is sent pursuant to the provisions of Act 451 of the Public Acts of 1994, as amended, Part 309.
Clarkston Mill Pond Improvement Board
Oakland County, Michigan

NOTICE OF HEARING
OF PRACTICABILITY AND REVIEW OF
CLARKSTON MILL PONDS
SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL
TAKE NOTICE that the Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board will hold a public hearing on the practicability of a three-year improvement project for Clarkston Mill Ponds consisting of nuisance aquatic plant management (surveys and treatments), goose control, permits, sediment (muck) control, administration and contingencies. The project would begin in 2014 and continue through 2016, with an annual cost of $15,180. The hearing will be held at the Independence Township Hall, 6483 Waldon Center Drive, Clarkston, Michigan on Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 7 p.m.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a special assessment roll has been prepared and is on file at the Independence Township Hall, 6483 Waldon Center Drive, Clarkston, Michigan and at the City of the Village of Clarkston Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI for public examination during normal business hours. Said special assessment roll has been prepared for the purpose of assessing the cost of the improvement project to benefiting properties.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board will hold a hearing immediately following the aforementioned hearing of practicability for the purpose of reviewing said special assessment roll and for hearing any objections thereto. An owner of or party with interest in real property to be assessed or his/her agent may appear in person to object to the special assessment or may protest such special assessment by letter filed with the Lake Board at or prior to the time of the hearing. Written objections may be filed with or mailed to the Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board c/o Ms. Jacy Garrison, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s Office, No. 1 Public Works Drive, Building 95 West, Waterford, MI 48328-1907. Notice is also given that the owner of any real property within the Clarkston Mill Ponds Special Assessment District who, having made an objection to said special assessment either in person or in writing, may, within thirty (30) days after the confirmation of the special assessment roll, appeal such special assessment to the Michigan Tax Tribunal or other court of competent jurisdiction.
Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board
Oakland County, Michigan

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD .
CLARKSTON, M! 48346
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS
September 10, 2013
7:00 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Tuesday, September 10, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the following:
1. Case No. 13-0007 — 44 E. Church St.
Applicant is requesting a variance of Section 14.03 D, to construct a family room attached to rear of house. Applicant is requesting a 4.5 ft. variance of the required 10 ft. Separation between a detached structure (barn) and main building (family room).
Scott Meyland
Chairman
Published; August 21, 2013

NOTICE OF HEARING
OF PRACTICABILITY AND REVIEW OF
CLARKSTON MILL PONDS SPECIAL ASSESSMENT ROLL
TAKE NOTICE that the Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board will hold a public hearing on the practicability of a three-year improvement project for Clarkston Mill Ponds consisting of nuisance aquatic plant management (surveys and treatments), goose control, permits, sediment (muck) control, administration and contingencies. The project would begin in 2014 and continue through 2016, with an annual cost of $15,180. The hearing will be held at the Independence Township Hall, 6483 Waldon Center Drive, Clarkston, Michigan on Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 7 p.m.
PLEASE TAKE FURTHER NOTICE that a special assessment roll has been prepared and is on file at the Independence Township Hall, 6483 Waldon Center Drive, Clarkston, Michigan and at the City of the Village of Clarkston Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI for public examination during normal business hours. Said special assessment roll has been prepared for the purpose of assessing the cost of the improvement project to benefiting properties.
NOTICE IS FURTHER GIVEN that the Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board will hold a hearing immediately following the aforementioned hearing of practicability for the purpose of reviewing said special assessment roll and for hearing any objections thereto. An owner of or party with interest in real property to be assessed or his/her agent may appear in person to object to the special assessment or may protest such special assessment by letter filed with the Lake Board at or prior to the time of the hearing. Written objections may be filed with or mailed to the Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board c/o Ms. Jacy Garrison, Oakland County Water Resources Commissioner’s Office, No. 1 Public Works Drive, Building 95 West, Waterford, MI 48328-1907. Notice is also given that the owner of any real property within the Clarkston Mill Ponds Special Assessment District who, having made an objection to said special assessment either in person or in writing, may, within thirty (30) days after the confirmation of the special assessment roll, appeal such special assessment to the Michigan Tax Tribunal or other court of competent jurisdiction.
Clarkston Mill Ponds Lake Improvement Board
Oakland County, Michigan

P U B L I C N O T I C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
NOMINATING PETITIONS NOVEMBER CITY ELECTION OFFICES OF CITY COUNCIL
Registered voters in the City of the Village of Clarkston will be electing three (3) City Council Members for a two year term and one (1) City Council Member for a one year partial term at an election to be held on Tuesday, November 5, 2013.
Nominating Petitions for the above-named positions are available from the City Clerk, 375 Depot Road, and are due to be completed and returned to the Clerk on or before 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 13, 2013. Petitions shall be signed by not less than twenty nor more than forty registered electors in the City of the Village of Clarkston.
PETITIONS RECEIVED AFTER 4:00 P.M. AUGUST 13, 2013 CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
Also required is an Affidavit of Identity available from the City Clerk.
Note: Write-in candidates must file a Declaration of Intent, available from the City Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 25, 2013.
Please call (248) 625-1559, if there are any questions.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk
Published: July 31, 2013

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 22, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Bisio, Hargis and Roth
Absent ? Haven
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the agenda with the following changes. Add Team Rush to New Business c. and omit the Sheriff Report until the next meeting.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to postpone further consideration until the Ordinance Committee makes a new recommendation on Chapters 71 and 72.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Roth to adopt the FOIA Fee policy as presented with a duplication fee of $.10 cents per page.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve Think Camp to use Depot Park on August 21, 2013 pending the submission of the proper paperwork for the insurance.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis for the Village of Clarkston to participate in the Clarkston Chamber of Commerce Community Map Project.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to approve Team Rush the sale of cookies, lemonade and fliers for the Regatta.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to adjourn meeting at 7:36 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted: Kelly Richter, City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 8, 2013
The meeting was called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Moved by Haven seconded by Hargis to approve the agenda.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis Supported Sabol to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, seconded by Roth, to postpone action on the Ordinance Committees recommendations for Chapter 71 until the committee can consult with the Department of Public Works. Motion Carried
Moved by Bisio, seconded by Roth, to postpone action on the Ordinance Committees recommendations for Chapter 72. Motion carried.
Moved by Bisio, seconded by Haven to postpone action on the FOIA fee policy until exact copying costs can be determined. Motion Carried
Resolved by Roth supported by Haven to Congratulate Barbara Pallotta, Independence Township Clerk, through a formal Resolution for being given the high honor, which she clearly deserves, for being selected as Clerk of the Year by the Michigan Association of Municipal Clerks.
Resolution Approved
Resolved by Sabol, second by Hargis to contract with Carlisle Wortman to do building department fees study for at a cost of $500.
Resolution Approved
Moved by Roth seconded by Haven for the City to cast our vote for the seven incumbent Trustee candidates that are recommended by the Michigan Municipal League for their Board of Directors. Motion Carried
Moved by Roth, seconded by Hargis to adjourn at 8:15 pm
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 10, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to accept the Consent Agenda as presented.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to amend the motion and remove the HRC invoices 7. c. ii. for discussion.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the HRC invoices.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the engagement letter from Post, Smythe, Lutz and Liel for the amount of $10,500 for fiscal year 2013 and accept proposal for year 2014 and 2015 for $10,500 for each year.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth that the council amend its recommendation for the last meeting from Chapter 31 of the code of ordinances to provide that the Planning Commission take action only by majority vote of the five commission members, requiring a vote of three members regardless of the number of members attending a meeting.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 50 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 51 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp. changing the violations fines from $100 to $500.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Bisio that as of June 3, 2013 first we rescind the resolution from the minutes of December 4, 2004 regarding calls and city business and that as of now calls regarding City business to any of our professional consultants, Planner, and Engineer, should be made only by the City Manager, department heads, or as appropriate and at the City Manager’s discretion, the delegate or designate of the City Manager.
Additionally, in an emergency situation in which the City Manager is unavailable, the Mayor may make contacts as needed under the circumstances. The Mayor may also, under these conditions, designate or delegate as necessary. In this case the Mayor will inform the City Council of the emergency situation and contacts being made. The City Manager is deemed unavailable because of disability or other reasons and there is immediate need for someone to perform duties that the City Manager would otherwise perform.
In all cases, whether an appointment by the City Manager or an emergency situation, the City Manager will be included on all written communications and informed, in writing, of any other contacts.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hunter to postpone consideration of the FOIA fees until the next council meeting.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve the proposed Assessing Contract.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Roth that effective June 10, 2013 the department head of the DPW be replaced with the new structure where the City Manager is now the department head of the DPW and that one of the two employees be designated as a work foreman and the salary structure be changed accordingly also the structure of the department and number of employees to be at the discretion of the City Manager
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 24, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to approve the request from the Lions for a beer tent at the Taste of Clarkston pending necessary paperwork and approvals.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Roth to complete the Phragmities treatment with PlantWise at a cost not to exceed $2,500.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Haven to postpone until we are able to research the statute and make sure what we are doing is consistent.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Sabol to amend the salary of the Lead Man (foreman) of the DPW from $13.00 an hour to $16.00 an hour, retroactive June 10, 2013.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Haven to adopt the amended general fund budget for fiscal year 2012-2013. This resolution adopts the amended general fund budget for fiscal year 2012-2013 by activity/department and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Roth that the FY2013 Final Major Roads budget be amended by activity/department as follows on June 24, 2013 and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Bisio that the FY2013 Final Local Roads Budget be amended by activity/department as follows on June 24, 2013 and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Sabol that the FY2013 Final Mill Pond Budget be amended by activity/department as follows on June 24, 2013 per the attached 2013 Final Mill Pond Budget and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to approve the 2013 Tax Year Operating Millage Rate of 13.1979.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve and create the Capital Improvement Fund Policy as distributed at the meeting with changes.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Hunter to adopt the General Fund Budget FY2014 by activity/department with revenues including 13.1979 mills operating levy in accordance with Michigan State Law and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Hunter to adopt the Major Roads Fund Budget FY2014 by activity/department in accordance with Michigan State Law and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to adopt the Local Roads Fund Budget FY2014 by activity/department in accordance with Michigan State Law and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Roth to adopt the Mill Pond Lake Improvement Fund Budget FY2014 by activity/department in accordance with Michigan State Law and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to adjourn meeting at 8:31 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 28, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Bisio, Haven and Hargis
Absent at Roll Call: Roth
Moved by Hargis, supported by Haven to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to accept the Consent Agenda subject to removing item 6. c. ii. ? Income Statement.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to accept the income statement as of April 30, 2013.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Roth to change the City of the Village of Clarkston’s Sewer Rate to $110 per quarter, beginning the 3rd quarter of 2013 (Feb 1-April 30) will be billed at $123 to collect unbilled adjustment from 3rd quarter
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to postpone until June 10, 2013 a decision on approving the operating millage rate for the 2013-14 tax years.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Hunter, Supported by Hargis to approve the 2013 Debt Retirement Millage Rate of 5.4527 (Option 1).
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 10 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the Ordinance Committee’s recommendation to replace Chapter 31 of the proposed code of ordinances with a revised planning commission ordinance and to transmit this recommendation to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hunter to approve the Ordinance Committee’s comments to Chapter 32 of the proposed code of ordinances and directs the committee to transmit the comments to American Legal Publishing Corp.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to postpone on deciding on the audit bid pending the Treasurer obtaining from Post, Smythe, Lutz and Liel a proposed engagement letter that would include the scope of work and a bid for an bi-annual audit.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to adjourn meeting at 9:25 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
BUDGET HEARING
CITY COUNCIL
A public hearing will be held regarding the 2013-2014 City Budget on June 10, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed 2013-2014 budget are available for inspection at the City offices, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI 48346 during regular office hours after June 7, 2013 or www.villageofclarkston.org The property tax millage rate proposed to be levied to support the proposed budget will be subject of this hearing.
Kelly Richter
Clerk
Published: May 29, 2013

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 13, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Roth and Hargis
Absent: Haven
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to postpone item a. under New Business to the next council meeting of May 28, 2013 and correct item b. on the consent agenda to read regular meeting minutes instead of special meeting minutes.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approve the consent agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to appoint Richard Bisio to the vacant City Council position
Roll Call Vote. Absent: Haven
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to postpone further discussion on the waiver of the permit fee for the Wild Ones until the council meeting on June 10, 2013.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hunter, supported by Sabol to make May Mental Health Month.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the Proclamations for 2013 Clarkston Community Awards.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to change the council meeting from May 27th to May 28th, 2013.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hargis, supported by Roth to adjourn meeting at 7:43 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
ZONING BOARD OF APPEALS June 6, 2013
7:00 p.m.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Zoning Board of Appeals will meet on Thursday, June 6, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. to consider the following:
1. Case No. 13-0006 ? 34 N. Holcomb.
Applicant is requesting a variance of Section 14.03 B, to construct an accessory structure (garage) in the front yard.
Scott Meyland
Chairman
Published: May 22, 2013

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING April 8, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Haven to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approve the consent agenda as presented subject to a minor correction in the March 16, 2013 Special Meeting Minutes.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to waive the prohibition of the City Charter, Section 4.18 to allow Carol Eberhardt to be employed by the City.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Haven, supported by Sabol to extend the meeting pass 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to amend the agenda to make a selection of City Manager at tonight’s meeting.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Hunter to nominate Carol Eberhardt for City Manager and enter into contract negotiations.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Roth to nominate Andrew Potter for City Manager and enter into contract negotiations.
Roll Call Vote for Carol Eberhardt.
Ayes: 4 -Luginski, Sabol, Hunter and Haven
Nays: 2 -Roth and Hargis
Resolution Approved.
Roll Call Vote for Andrew Potter.
Ayes: Roth and Hargis
Nays: Luginski, Sabol, Hunter and Haven
Resolution Denied.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Haven to adjourn meeting at 9:35 p.m.
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING April 22, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to move the approval of the agenda to item number 4 on the agenda.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Roth to approve the agenda.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Sabol to accept the resignation of Dennis Ritter effective May 10, 2013. (Resignation letter attached for the record)
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to accept the resignation of Carol Eberhardt from City Council effective April 22, 2013. Motion is subject to acceptance of the Employment Contract and Oath of Office for Carol Eberhardt to be the new City Manager effective April 22, 2013.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to accept the Employee Contract (as prepared by City Attorney, Tom Ryan) for Carol Eberhardt to be the new City Manager effective April 22, 2013.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve the consent agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to authorize the joint Planning Commission/Historic District Commission Sign Subcommittee to move forward and seek minimum of three (3) bids and also get the costing from MDOT for the permitting of the sign positioning.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Roth that we go along with the process of extending the heritage trail down M-15 through Clarkston and that the Village of Clarkston be a supporting group.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Hunter to approve $1,200 for the controlled burn and award bid to Plant Wise.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Sabol to approve the proposed budget amendments of $1,309.00 as proposed in the presentation by the Treasurer.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to approve the American Legion Poppy Drive which will be conducted May 16 ? 18, 2013 from 8:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the corner of M-15 and Washington Street.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to adjourn meeting at 8:23 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING March 25, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Roth, Haven, Eberhardt and Hargis
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis to approve the consent agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Eberhardt, supported by Roth to direct the Treasurer to secure a minimum of three bids to assist in the process of selecting an auditor for the 2012-13 audit.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 7:54 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

City Of The Village Of Clarkston
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, Mi 48346
A Special Meeting Of The
City Council City Manager Search Committee
A Special Meeting has been called for Saturday, March 16, 2013 at 9:00 a.m. at City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI.
The purpose of this meeting is to interview the four candidates who have been selected by the City Manager Search Committee for the position of City Manager for the City of the Village of Clarkston. Each candidate will be allocated one hour. It is anticipated that two candidates will be selected by the City Council at the conclusion of the interviews.
The two selected candidates will be placed on the agenda of the next regular scheduled meeting of the City Council which will be Monday, March 25, 2013 at 7:00 p.m. for final action
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk
Publish: 3/15/13

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING February 25, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:06 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Roth, Haven and Eberhardt
Absent – Hargis
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Haven, supported by Roth to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to move item 9. B. up to under 7. C. ? Manger’s Report.
Motion Carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Eberhardt, supported by Hunter to approve the consent agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth to approve the request of the Canine Companions Rescue Center to hold a walk-a-thon and adoption event at Depot Park on August 10, 2013 with submission of the certificate of insurance.
Motion Carried. Absent: Hargis
Moved by Haven, supported by Sabol to approve the request of a Prayer Event to be held May 4, 2013 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. in Depot Park with submission of the certificate of insurance.
Motion Carried. Absent: Hargis
Resolved by Eberhart, supported by Haven to approve expenditure up to $180.00 to send whoever wants to go of the four from the sign committee to the Scenic Michigan, Southeast Michigan workshop on signage.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Eberhardt to adjourn meeting at 8:22 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CLARKSTON
PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
2013 BOARD OF REVIEW MEETINGS
City of the Village of Clarkston will meet
TUESDAY, MARCH 5, 2013,
Organizational Meeting 6:00 p.m.
MONDAY, MARCH 11, 2013, 1-4:00 p.m., 6-9:00 p.m.
MONDAY, MARCH 18, 2013, 1-4:00 p.m., 6-9:00 p.m.
For appointments: Call Oakland County Equalization Division Toll Free 1-888-350-0900, Extension 81862. Those without an appointment will be served on a first come, first served basis. The Board of Review for the City of the Village of Clarkston will meet at the City offices.
Kelly Richter
Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN 48346
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
BLOCK GRANT FUNDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that in accordance with Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) requirements, a Public Hearing will be held by the City of the Village of Clarkston on Monday, March 11 2013, 7:00p.m. at City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, MI 48346, to receive written and verbal comment regarding the reprogramming of federal CDBG funds as follow:
Existing-2010 Program Year
Activity Number 731696
Activity Description Senior Center
Amount $5,600
Existing-2010 Program Year
Activity Number 731227
Activity Description Minor Home Repairs Improvement
Amount $5,600
Arrangements to reasonably accommodate special needs, including handicap accessibility, or interpreter, will be made upon receiving 72-hour advance notice. Contact City Manager Dennis Ritter at 248-625-1559, at 375 Depot Rd., Clarkston.
Contact Dennis Ritter at 248-625-1559 for special services
Kelly Richter, City Clerk
Published: 2/27/2013
Posted: 2/22/2013

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING February 11, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Roth, Haven, Hargis and Eberhardt
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter and Attorney Ryan
Moved by Hargis, supported by Roth to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis to approve the consent agenda as presented subject to minor corrections to the January 28, 2013 minutes.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Eberhardt to hire a controlled burn certified contractor for purpose of burning the stand of Phragmites along White Lake Road. The specific area is identified as zone three on the attachment. City Manager is authorized to spend a cost not to exceed $1,200.00. Funds will be taken from budget line item 101-265-728-000, Park Materials.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve April 26th to May 4th, 2013 as ‘White Cane Week?.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Eberhardt to approve March 22nd and March 23rd, 9:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. for the ‘Tootsie Roll Drive? subject to submission of Liability Insurance.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 8:04 p.m.
Motion Carried;
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 14, 2013
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Present: Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Sabol, Roth, Haven, Hargis and Eberhardt
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter and Attorney Ryan
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to approve the consent agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Eberhardt to approve the salary and wage adjustments per Exhibit ‘D? effective January 14, 2013.
Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Hunter that these financial institutions can be used as depositories for City funds: Chase Bank, Clarkston State Bank, Oxford Bank, Comercia and Oakland County Treasurers Investment Fund according to the Investment Policy and to comply with Act 20 PA 1943.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 8:20 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

ORDINANCE NO. 129-4
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 129 TO MODIFY THE DOWNTOWN SIGN DISTRICT AND THE NONRESIDENTIAL DISTRICT SIGNS SECTION TO ALLOW ILLUMINATED OPEN SIGNS.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Ordains:
Section 1:01. That Article lI, Definitions, be amended to add the following definitions:
Illuminated “Open” Sign: Any internally illuminated sign displaying the word “OPEN” in the Village Commercial District intended to enable a passerby to discern whether an establishment is open for business.
Section 2:01. That Article XXIl, Signs, Section 22.03, Definitions, be amended to add the following as definition 24, and renumber definitions 24 through 59 to 25 through 60:
24. Illuminated “Open” Sign: Any internally illuminated sign displaying the word “OPEN” in the Village Commercial District intended to enable a passerby to discern whether an establishment is open for business.
Section 3:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.05.D, Downtown Sign District, be amended to add the following as paragraph 8, and renumber paragraphs 8 through 13 to 9 through 14:
8. Illuminated “Open” Signs: One (1) illuminated “open” sign per public entry may be provided at any business that is located within the Village Commercial District, subject to the conditions listed in Section 22.08.k.
Section 4:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.08, Nonresidential District Signs, be amended to add the following as paragraph K:
K. Illuminated “Open” Signs: One (1) illuminated “open” sign per public entry may be provided at any business located within the Village Commercial District, subject to the following conditions:
1. The sign is displayed in a window.
2. The dimensions of the sign shall not exceed 13.5 inches by six (6) inches.
3. The internally illuminated part of the sign shall only include the word “Open” in red letters that are no greater than five (5) inches tall. The background of the sign shall be black. The sign shall not contain any other words, symbols, logos, borders or other graphics or light features whatsoever.
4. Illuminated open signs that incorporate flashing, revolving, rotating, or moving lights or other parts are prohibited.
5. Signs shall be illuminated only during hours when the business is open.
Section 5:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.05.A, Permit Exempt Signs, be amended to add the following as paragraph 23:
23. Illuminated “Open” Signs
Section 6:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.06.B, Illumination, be amended as follows:
5. Interior Illuminated Signs. Illuminated wall signs using an interior light source are prohibited. Signs using visible bulbs, neon, fluorescent or similar lights are prohibited, except for illuminated “open” signs in the Village Commercial District that meet the requirements of Section 22.08.k.
Section 7:01. Savings Clause.
All proceedings pending and all rights and liabilities existing, acquired or incurred at the time this Ordinance takes effect are saved and may be consummated according to the law when they were commenced.
Section 8:01. Repealer Clause.
All ordinances or policies of the city in conflict with the provisions herewith are hereby repealed. This ordinance is intended to be both preventative and punitive, and is intended to be in furtherance of and an extension of, but not in conflict with, the provisions of the city charter of the City of the Village of Clarkston, and the laws of the State of Michigan.
Section 9:01. Severability Clause.
Should any section, subdivision, clause or phrase of this Ordinance be declared by the courts to be invalid, the validity of this Ordinance as a whole, or in part, shall not be affected other than the part invalidated.
Section 10:01. Effective Date.
Public Hearing having been held by the Planning Commission for the City of the Village of Clarkston on Sept 5 2012, the provisions of this Ordinance shall take effect 20 days after publication.
Made and passed by the City Council of the City of the Village of Clarkston this 10th day of Dec ., 2012.
Kelly Richter
Published: December 19, 2012 City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING November 26, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:02 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Hunter followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Clerk Richter gave the Oath of Office to new Council Member Carol Eberhardt.
Roll Present: Mayor Pro Tem Hunter, Sabol, Roth,
Haven and Eberhardt
Absent: Hargis and Mayor Luginski
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Sabol, supported by Roth to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Eberhardt to closed the Public Hearing at 7:07 p.m.
Motion Carried. Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Haven to approve the Program Year 2013 Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) application in the approximate amount of $5,000 as follows and authorize the Mayor Pro Temp to sign the application and submit the documents to Oakland County.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to approve the consent agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to adopt the amended Ordinance No. 129-4 Illuminated ‘Open? signs.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Haven, Roth, Sabol
Nays: Mayor Pro Tem Hunter and Eberhardt
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Motion Carried. Ordinance Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Haven to adopt the amended Ordinance No. 129-5, Article 16, Section 16.18 to reduce Planning Commission Membership from 7 to 5 members.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Mayor Pro Tem Hunter, Haven, Roth, Sabol and Eberhardt
Nays: None
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Motion Carried. Ordinance Adopted.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Eberhardt to adopt the amended 2012/13 budget as of October 31, 2012.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to adjourn meeting at 8:25 p.m.
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

ORDINANCE NO. 129-4
AN ORDINANCE T O AMEND THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 129 TO MODIFY THE DOWNTOWN SIGN DISTRICT AND THE NONRESIDENTIAL DISTRICT SIGNS SECTION TO ALLOW ILLUMINATED OPEN SIGNS.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Ordains:
Section 1:01. That Article II, Definitions, be amended to add the following definitions:
Illuminated “Open” Sign: Any internally illuminated sign displaying the word “OPEN” in the Village Commercial District intended to enable a passerby to discern whether an establishment is open for business.
Section 2:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.03, Definitions, be amended to add the following as definition 24, and renumber definitions 24 through 59 to 25 through 60:
24. Illuminated “Open” Sign: Any internally illuminated sign displaying the word “OPEN” in the Village Commercial District intended to enable a passerby to discern whether an establishment is open for business.
Section 3:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.05.D, Downtown Sign District, be amended to add the following as paragraph 8, and renumber paragraphs 8 through 13 to 9 through 14:
8. Illuminated “Open” Signs: One (1) illuminated “open” sign per public entry may be provided at any business that is located within tire Village Commercial District, subject to the conditions listed in Section 22.08.K.
Section 4:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.08, Nonresidential District Signs, be amended to add the following as paragraph K:
K. Illuminated “Open” Signs: One (1) illuminated “open” sign per public entry may be provided at any business located within the Village Commercial District, subject to the following conditions:
1. The sign is displayed in a window.
2. The dimensions of the sign shall not exceed 13.5 inches by six (6) inches
3. The internally illuminated part of the sign shall only include the word “Open” in red letters that are no greater than five (5) inches tall. The background of the sign shall be black. The sign shall not contain any other words, symbols, logos, borders or other graphics or light features whatsoever.
4. Illuminated open signs that incorporate flashing, revolving, rotating, or moving lights or other parts are prohibited.
5. Signs shall be illuminated only during hours when the business is open.
Section 5:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.05.A, Permit Exempt Signs, be amended to add the following as paragraph 23:
23. Illuminated “Open” Signs
Section 6:01. That Article XXII, Signs, Section 22.06.B, Illumination, be amended as follows:
5. Interior Illuminated Signs. Illuminated wall signs using an interior light source are prohibited. Signs using visible bulbs, neon, fluorescent or similar lights are prohibited, except for illuminated “open” signs in the Village Commercial District that meet the requirements of Section 22.08.K.
Section 7:01. Savings Clause
All proceedings pending and all rights and liabilities existing, acquired or incurred at the time this Ordinance takes effect are saved and may be consummated according to the law when they were commenced.
Section 8:01. Repealer Clause.
All ordinances or policies of the city in conflict with the provisions herewith are hereby repealed. This ordinance is intended to be both preventative and punitive, and is intended to be in furtherance of and an extension of, but not in conflict with, the provisions of the city charter of the City of the Village of Clarkston, and the laws of the State of Michigan.
Section 9:01. Severability Clause.
Should any section, subdivision, clause or phrase of this Ordinance be declared by the courts to be invalid, the validity of this Ordinance as a whole, or in part, shall not be affected other than the park invalidated.
Section 10:01. Effective Date.
Public Hearing having been held by the Planning Commission for the City of the Village of Clarkston on Sept. 5, 2012, the provisions of this Ordinance shall take effect 20 days after publication.
Made and passed by the City Council of the City of the Village of Clarkston this 26th day of Nov., 2012.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk
Published: December 5, 2012

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346 SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING November 13, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Clerk Richter gave the Oath of Office and congratulated Mayor Joe Luginski, Council Members Peg Roth and Mike Sabol on their newly elected positions. Council Member Carol Eberhardt was absent.
Roll Present: Mayor Luginski, Sabol, Hargis, Roth and Hunter
Absent: Haven and Eberhardt
Others Present – City Manager Ritter and Attorney Ryan
Moved by Hargis, supported by Sabol to approve the agenda as presented. Motion Carried.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve the consent agenda as presented. Motion Carried. Absent: Haven and Eberhardt
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Roth to adjourn into Executive Session regarding 3 East Church lease. Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Hunter to return to open session. Resolution Approved.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to enter into a three year contract with John Morgan to lease 3 East Church. The terms of the contract is to pay an increase of $750 the first year, $750 the second year, No increase the third year with a starting date of January 1, 2013 ending December 31, 2015 The agreement includes a 6 month “exit clause” by either party. Resolution Approved.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Roth to table the Geophysical Seismic Survey until more information is received. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Sabol to approve the new SDM License for Essence on Main, LLC Resolution Approved
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 7:45 p.m. Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

ORDINANCE NO. 129-5
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 129 TO MODIFY THE PLANNING COMMISSION MEMBERSHIP.
The City of the Village of Clarkston Ordains:
Section 1:01. That Article XVI. Administration and Enforcement, Section 16.18, Zoning Commission, be amended as follows:
Section 16.18: Planning Commission
A. The City Planning Commission is hereby designated as the Commission specified in P.A. 110 of 2006, as amended; and shall perform the duties of said Commission as provided in the statute in connection with the amendment of this Ordinance.
B. The City Planning Commission consists of five (5) members including one ex officio member of the City Council as a voting member of the Planning Commission. The members must represent insofar as is possible different professions or occupations. The Mayor appoints the members subject to the approval by a majority vote of the City Council. Members of the Planning Commission may be compensated at a rate to be determined by the City Council by a majority vote. A member may hold no other municipal office except the one member of City Council, and also that one of the members may be a member of the Zoning Board of Appeals. The City Council must establish the powers and duties of the Planning Commission by ordinance.
Section 2:01. Savings Clause.
All proceedings pending and all rights and liabilities existing, acquired or incurred at the time this Ordinance takes effect are saved and may be consummated according to the law when they were commenced.
Section 3:01. Repealer Clause.
All ordinances or policies of the city in conflict with the provisions herewith are hereby repealed. This ordinance is intended to be both preventative and punitive, and is intended to be in furtherance of and an extension of, but not in conflict with, the provisions of the city charter of the City of the Village of Clarkston, and the laws of the State of Michigan.
Section 4:01. Severability Clause.
Should any section, subdivision, clause or phrase of this Ordinance be declared by the courts to be invalid, the validity of this Ordinance as a whole, or in part, shall not be affected other than the part invalidated.
Section 5:01. Effective Date.
Public Hearing having been held by the Planning Commission for the City of the Village of Clarkston on November 7, 2012, the provisions of this Ordinance shall take effect 20 days after publication.
Made and passed by the City Council of the City of the Village of Clarkston this 26th day of November 2012.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk
Published: December 5, 2012

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING October 22, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to approve the Consent Agenda with the removal of item 6.c.ii. (income statement) for discussion.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve item 6.c. ii (income statement) with the understanding that the council is not adopting the ?2012-13 requested amendment? as a budget amendment and that the finance committee will be further reviewing this and will present a budget amendment at a later time.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Bisio to put the tree removal bid back on the table.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Roth to except Bob Pursley’s clarification and approve the low bid project from D&D Tree Service for $835.00.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to appoint Council Member Haven and City Manager Ritter to the Election Commission.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to pay the $4,350 invoice from Highlander Plumbing and Heating contingent upon digging deeper to seek reimbursement.
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to adjourn into executive session.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to return to open session.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 8:10 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN 48346
NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
BLOCK GRANT FUNDS
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the City of the Village of Clarkston will hold a public hearing on the use of Community Development Block Grant Funds. The Hearing will be held on November 26, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at the City Offices located at 375 Depot Rd., Clarkston, MI 48346 for the purpose of hearing public comments on the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program Year 2013 application in the approximate amount of $5,000 to fund the Clarkston Senior Center. All interested citizens are requested to attend the Hearing. Comments will also be received in writing or in person at 375 Depot Rd., Clarkston, MI 48346 up until November 26, 2012 7:00 p.m. Arrangements to reasonably accommodate special needs, including handicap accessibility will be made upon receiving 72-hour advance notice. Contact City Manager Dennis Ritter at 248-625-1559, 375 Depot Rd. for special services.
Kelly Richter, City Clerk
Published: 10/31/12

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, MICHIGAN 48346
PUBLIC NOTICE
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the City of the Village of Clarkston offices will be closed on Monday, November 12, 2012 for Veteran’s Day. The regularly scheduled Council meeting will take place on Tuesday, November 13, 2012 at 7:00 p.m.
Kelly Richter, City Clerk
Published: 10/31/12

NOTICE OF ELECTION GENERAL ELECTION NOVEMBER 6, 2012
IN
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
To the Qualified Electors:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Primary Election will be held in:
City of the Village of Clarkston
County of Oakland, State of Michigan
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 2012
THE POLLS will be open 7 o’clock a.m. until 8 o’clock p.m.
ALL POLLING PLACES ARE HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
BRAILLE AND AUDIO VERSIONS OF VOTING INSTRUCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE
AT THE POLLING PLACES LISTED BELOW:
Precinct 1
City Hall
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
INFORMATION ON OBTAINING ABSENT VOTER BALLOT FOR THE ELECTION
Absent Voter Ballots are available at City Hall located at 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan
City Hall offices will be open 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
FINAL DEADLINE TO RECEIVE AN
ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
NOVEMBER 5, 2012 UNTIL 4:00 P.M.
_____________________________________________________________________
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES OF ALL PARTICIPATING POLITICAL PARTIES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
PRESIDENTIAL ELECTORS OF PRESIDENT AND VICE-PRESIDENT OF THE UNITED STATES
CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR, REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS 8TH DISTRICT
LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE 43RD DISTRICT
STATE BOARDS STATE BOARD OF EDUCATION, REGENT OF THE UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN, TRUSTEE OF MICHIGAN STATE UNIVERSITY, GOVERNOR OF WAYNE STATE UNIVERSITY
COUNTY COUNTY EXECUTIVE, PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, SHERIFF, CLERK/REGISTER OF DEEDS, TREASURER, WATER RESOURCES COMMISSIONER AND COUNTY COMMISSIONER DISTRICTS 4
POSITION, JUDGE OF COURT OF APPEALS 2ND DISTRICT, JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 6TH DISTRICT INCUMBENT POSITION, JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT 6TH DISTRICT NON-INCUMBENT POSITION, JUDGE OF PROBATE COURT INCUMBENT POSITION
COMMUNITY COLLEGE BOARD OF TRUSTEES MEMBER OAKLAND COMMUNITY COLLEGE
CITY MAYOR AND COUNCIL MEMBERS (3)
LOCAL SCHOOL DISTRICT BOARD MEMBER CLARKSTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF VOTING ON THE FOLLOWING STATE PROPOSALS:
PROPOSAL 12-1: A REFERENDUM ON PUBLIC ACT 4 OF 2011 ? THE EMERGENCY MANAGER LAW
PROPOSAL 12-2: A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING COLLECTIVE BARGAINING
PROPOSAL 12-3: A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH A STANDARD FOR RENEWABLE ENERGY
PROPOSAL 12-4: A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION TO ESTABLISH THE MICHIGAN QUALITY HOME CARE COUNCIL AND PROVIDE COLLECTIVE BARGAINING FOR IN-HOME CARE WORKERS
PROPOSAL 12-5: A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSITITUTION TO LIMIT THE ENACTMENT OF NEW TAXES BY STATE GOVERNMENT
PROPOSAL 12-6: A PROPOSAL TO AMEND THE STATE CONSTITUTION REGARDING CONSTRUCTION OF INTERNATIONAL BRIDGES AND TUNNELS AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF VOTING ON THE FOLLOWING CITY PROPOSAL:
DISTRICT LIBRARY: CLARKSTON INDEPENDENCE DISTRICT LIBRARY MILLAGE
COUNTY TREASURER’S STATEMENT AS REQUIRED
BY ACT NO. 62 OF THE PUBLIC ACTS OF 1933
AS AMENDED
I, Andrew E. Meisner, County Treasurer of the County of Oakland, State of Michigan, do hereby certify that according to the records in my office, as of October 18, 2012, the total of all voted increases in the tax rate limitation above the 18 mills established by Section 6 of Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 affecting taxable property in the City of the Village of Clarkston, in said County, is as follows:
VOTED YEARS INCREASE
LOCAL UNIT INCREASE EFFECTIVE
Clarkston Community
Schools 19.2491 2006 ? 2015 Incl.
County School District
of Oakland County 3.6483 Unlimited
County of Oakland .2415 2012 to 2021 Incl.
Oakland Community 1.00 Unlimited
College .7811 Beg 7-1-2012 10yrs.
Dated: October 18, 2012
ANDREW E. MEISNER, TREASURER
OAKLAND COUNTY
Kelly Richter
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

P U B L I C N O T I C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
PUBLIC NOTICE
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST
Thursday, October 25, 2012
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Testing of the computer program on Thursday, October 25, 2012, at 11:00 a.m. for the November 6, 2012 General Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
This testing will be held at the City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan.
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING October 8, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Present: Mayor Luginski, Sabol, Hargis, Roth, Haven, Hunter and Bisio
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to remove the September 24, 2012 draft minutes for discussion.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hunter to approve the September 24, 2012 minutes with the deletion of the phrase ‘in 30 days? on page 2.
Motion Carried.
Resolution ? Adopt Tree Removal Bid ? 145 N. Holcomb
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to table until the next council meeting.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to refer Ordinance No. 73 to the ordinance committee and then report back to council.
Motion withdrawn by Bisio.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis that we direct the Planning Commission to consider the amendment to the zoning ordinance that will reduce the number of Planning Commissioners from 7 to 5 and explicitly provide the council member assigned to the Planning Commission as a voting member and that the Commission do that at the earliest possible time. Whether it’s their next scheduled meeting or special meeting before or after that and the Commission hold a public hearing on that amendment as soon as possible. Public hearing to be scheduled for November 7, 2012.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Roth to adjourn meeting at 8:12 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter, City Clerk

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
City of the Village of Clarkston
PLANNING COMMISSION PROPOSED AMENDMENT TO ZONING CODE No.129
NOVEMBER 7, 2012, 7:00 P.M.
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
A public hearing will be held to consider an amendment to the Zoning Code, Ordinance No. 129,
By reducing the membership to the Planning Commission from seven (7) members to five (5) members.
Copies of the proposed amendments will be available at the meeting or found at www.villageofclarkston.org
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING July 9, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Present: Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Haven, Sabol, Roth, Hargis and Hunter
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter and Attorney Ryan
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the agenda with the addition of the Sheriff Report after Public Comments.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approved consent agenda as presented.
All in favor. Motion Carried.

Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to approve the June 25, 2012 draft minutes with the correction.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to approve cash disbursement journal.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to enforce our ordinances pertaining to the signs.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hunter that Peg Roth be authorized to discuss this matter.
Motion Carried. Abstain: Roth
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis to table this motion until our next meeting.
Ayes: 3 Nays: 3 (Bisio, Hargis and Sabol Luginski) Abstain: 1
Motion failed.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to amend motion to enforce our ordinance by a process which includes sending a letter and have this on the agenda for the next meeting.
Ayes: 4 Nays: 2 (Bisio and Hargis) Abstain: 1
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the District Library Agreement with corrections.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Luginski, Bisio, Haven, Hargis, Sabol, Hunter and Roth
Nays: None
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to appoint Mike Sabol to the Planning Commission.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to have a five person Planning Commission, one of the council members to have voting privileges.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth cast our vote for the five candidates that are recommended by the Michigan Municipal League.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to extend meeting pass 9:00 p.m.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 9:09 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
City of the Village of Clarkston
Artemus Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
Clarkston, Mi 48346
PLANNING COMMISSION PUBLIC HEARING WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 5, 2012, 7:00 P.M.
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON, MI 48346
A public hearing will be held to consider an amendment to the Zoning Code, Ordinance No. 129,
TO AMEND THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ZONING ORDINANCE
No. 129 TO ALLOW CERTAIN INTERNALLY ILLUMINATED ‘OPEN? SIGNS IN THE VILLAGE COMMERCIAL DISTRICT
Copies of the proposed amendments will be available at City Hall, at the meeting or found at www.villageofclarkston.org
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 25, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Pro-Tem Hunter followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll Present: Mayor Pro Temp Hunter, Bisio, Haven, Sabol and Roth
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Moved by Haven, supported by Bisio to amend the agenda and put New Business Item h. ? Robertson Court Residents Request Traffic Safety Signs in front of Public Hearing regarding the 2013 Budget.
Motion Carried.
Absent: Luginski and Hargis
Moved by Haven, supported by Roth to purchase four signs and two posts. One post containing one ‘speed limit? and one ‘children at play? sign to be placed appropriately 100 feet after the intersection at the West end of Robertson Court and Main and one post containing one ‘speed limit? and one ‘children at play? sign to be placed approximately 100 feet South of the intersection of Clarkston Road and Robertson Court.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Bisio, Haven, Hunter, Roth and Sabol
Nays: None
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approved consent agenda as presented with minor corrections.
Motion Carried.
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Hargis
Resolved by Roth, supported by Haven to approve the low bid to purchase flowers for Main Street Parking lot not to exceed $1,000.
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Haven to adopt the amended general fund budget for fiscal year 2012. Amended general fund budget for fiscal year 2012 is attached to this resolution. This resolution adopts the amended general fund budget for fiscal year 2012 by activity/department and serves as the general appropriations act required by the uniform budgeting and accounting act.
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Roth that the FY2012 Final Major Roads budget be amended by activity/department as follows on June 25, 2012 per the attached 2012 final major roads budget.
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Haven that the FY2012 Final Local Roads budget be amended by activity/department as follows on June 25, 2012 per the attached 2012 final local roads budget.
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Haven to adopt the FY2013 General Fund Budget by activity/department with revenues of $644,678 including 13.1979 mills operating levy and expenditures of $626,289 in accordance with the Michigan State Law and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) per the attached 2013 general fund budget.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Haven to extend meeting pass 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Haven to adopt the Major Roads Budget for FY2013 by activity/department with revenues of $58,794.05 and expenditures of $58,794.05 in accordance with Michigan State Law and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) per the attached 2013 major roads budget.
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Sabol, supported by Roth to adopt the Local Roads Budget for FY2013 by activity/department with revenues of $27,381.66 and expenditures of $27,381.66 in accordance with Michigan State Law and Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) per the attached 2013 local roads budget.
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Roth that the Clarkston City Council adopt the FY2013 City Council Salaries in the amount of $8,000.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Haven, supported by Roth to sell the Clarkston Police Department Badge for $25.00 subject to approval of the insurance company.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to adjourn meeting at 9:27 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

NOTICE OF ELECTION
PRIMARY ELECTION AUGUST 7, 2012
IN
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
To the Qualified Electors:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Primary Election will be held in:
City of the Village of Clarkston
County of Oakland, State of Michigan
TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2012
THE POLLS will be open
7 o’clock a.m. until 8 o’clock p.m.
ALL POLLING PLACES ARE HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
BRAILLE AND AUDIO VERSIONS OF VOTING INSTRUCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE
AT THE POLLING PLACES LISTED BELOW:
Precinct 1
City Hall
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
INFORMATION ON OBTAINING
ABSENT VOTER BALLOT FOR THE ELECTION
Absent Voter Ballots are available at City Hall
located at 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan
City Hall offices will be open
9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday
FINAL DEADLINE TO RECEIVE
AN ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
AUGUST 6, 2012 UNTIL 4:00 P.M.
FOR THE PURPOSE OF NOMINATING CANDIDATES OF ALL PARTICIPATING POLITICAL PARTIES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
CONGRESSIONAL UNITED STATES SENATOR, REPRESENTATIVE IN CONGRESS
LEGISLATIVE REPRESENTATIVE IN STATE LEGISLATURE
COUNTY COUNTY EXECUTIVE, PROSECUTING ATTORNEY, SHERIFF, CLERK/REGISTER OF DEEDS, TREASURER, WATER RESOURCES COMMISSIONER AND COUNTY COMMISSIONER
JUDICIAL JUDGE OF CIRCUIT COURT ? 6TH CIRCUIT ? NON-INCUMBENT POSITION
NOMINATION OF PARTISAN CANDIDATES FOR ANY ADDITIONAL OFFICES AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING:
DELEGATES TO THE COUNTY CONVENTION OF THE REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC PARTIES AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF VOTING ON THE FOLLOWING PROPOSAL:
COUNTY TREASURER’S STATEMENT AS REQUIRED BY ACT NO. 62 OF THE PUBLIC ACTS OF 1933
AS AMENDED
I, Andrew E. Meisner, County Treasurer of the County of Oakland, State of Michigan, do hereby certify that according to the records in my office, as of July 17, 2012, the total of all voted increases in the tax rate limitation above the 18 mills established by Section 6 of Article IX of the Michigan Constitution of 1963 affecting taxable property in the Township of Independence, in said County, is as follows:
VOTED YEARS INCREASE
LOCAL UNIT INCREASE EFFECTIVE
Clarkston Community 19.2491 2006 ? 2015
Schools (Non-Homestead)
County School District of
Oakland County 3.6483 UnlimitedCounty of County of Oakland .2415 2012 ? 2021 Incl. Oakland Community 1.00 Unlimited
College .7811 Beg. 07/01/2012
(10 years)
Dated: July 17, 2012
Andrew E. Meisner, Treasurer
Oakland CountY
Kelly Richter
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

P U B L I C N O T I C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
PUBLIC NOTICE PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST
Thursday, July 26, 2012
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Testing of the computer program on Thursday, July 26, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. for the November 8, 2011 General Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
This testing will be held at the City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan.
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston

P U B L I C N O T I C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
NOMINATING PETITIONS NOVEMBER CITY ELECTION OFFICES OF CITY COUNCIL
Registered voters in the City of the Village of Clarkston will be electing a Mayor for a two year term, three (3) City Council Members for a two year term at an election to be held on Tuesday, November 6, 2012.
Nominating Petitions for the above-named positions are available from the City Clerk, 375 Depot Road, and are due to be completed and returned to the Clerk on or before 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 7, 2012. Petitions shall be signed by not less than twenty nor more than forty registered electors in the City of the Village of Clarkston.
PETITIONS RECEIVED AFTER 4:00 P.M. AUGUST 7, 2012 CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
Also required is an Affidavit of Identity available from the City Clerk.
Note: Write-in candidates must file a Declaration of Intent, available from the City Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 26, 2012.
Please call (248) 625-1559, if there are any questions.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 29, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Bisio, Hargis, Sabol and Roth
Absent: Haven (at the time of roll call)
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the Agenda as presented.
Moved by Luginski, supported by Sabol to amend the agenda and add 3 E. Church Update to Unfinished Business, item C.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth to approved consent agenda as presented with the exception of removing the May 14, 2012 council minutes from the agenda for corrections.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Bisio, supported by Sabol to amend the motion to read the corrections into the minutes for the May 14, 2012 council meeting.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Moved by Sabol, support by Bisio to pay the Planner’s bill of $200.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Resolved by Bisio, support by Hunter to approve the Proposed Library Funding Resolution as presented.
Roll Call Vote: Yes: Bisio, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Roth and Sabol
No: None
Absent: Haven
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Roth to extend meeting pass 9:00 P.M.
Motion Carried. Absent: Haven
Resolved by Hargis, support by Haven that we abandon the project that we have been working on with the new building that we would attach to this existing building for storage of all our equipment.
Roll Call Vote: Yes: Luginski, Bisio, Hargis, Hunter, Haven, Roth and Sabol
No: None
Absent: None
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Hargis, support by Bisio to establish June 11, 2012 as Public Hearing date for 2013 budget.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to adjourn meeting at 10:25 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter, City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 11, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Mayor Luginski, Hunter, Haven, Hargis, Sabol and Roth
Absent: Bisio
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter and Attorney Ryan
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Bisio
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approved consent agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent: Bisio
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve the 2013 Debt Retirement Millage Rate of 5.4365.
Roll Call: Ayes: Luginski, Haven, Hargis, Sabol, Hunter and Roth
Nays: None
Absent: Bisio
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Haven to approve the 2012 Tax Year Operating Millage Rate of 13.1979.
Roll Call: Ayes: Luginski, Haven, Hargis, Sabol, Hunter and Roth
Nays: None
Absent: Bisio
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth to approve the SMART Transportation Agreement for 2013 as presented. Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to approve the request to use Depot Park for half marathon on November 10, 2013 contingent upon providing insurance and naming the City of the Village of Clarkston as an additional insured.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hunter to adjourn meeting at 8:50 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter, City Clerk

NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGISTRATION PRIMARY ELECTION TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 2012
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
To the qualified electors of the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON, 375 DEPOT RD. WILL BE OPEN:
MONDAY, July 9, 2012
FROM 9:00 A.M TO 5:00 P.M.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING APPLICATIONS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS IN THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON NOT ALREADY REGISTERED.
THE AUGUST 7, 2012 PRIMARY ELECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED IN PRECINCT 1 OF THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON, FOR THE PURPOSE OF NOMINATING CANDIDATES OF ALL PARTICIPATING PARTIES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
CONGRESSIONAL United States Senator and Representative in Congress
LEGISLATIVE Representative in State Legislature
COUNTY County Executive, Prosecuting Attorney, Sheriff, Clerk/Register of Deeds, Treasurer, Water Resources Commissioner and County Commissioner
JUDICIAL Judge of Circuit Court ? 6th Circuit ? Non’Incumbent Position *
Judge of District Court ? 44th District ? Non-Incumbent Position **
Judge of District Court ? 46th District ? Non-Incumbent Position **
Judge of District Court ? 48th District ‘Incumbent Position **
* Applies to all jurisdictions
** Applies only if this District Court is specific to your jurisdiction
NOMINATION OF PARTISAN CANDIDATES FOR ANY ADDITIONAL OFFICES.
AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING:
DELEGATES TO COUNTY CONVENTION OF THE REPUBLICAN AND DEMOCRATIC PARTIES.
AND FOR THE PURPOSE OF VOTING ON THE FOLLOWING PROPOSAL:
OAKLAND COUNTY ART INSTITUTE AUTHORITY MILLAGE
Full text of the proposal may be obtained from:
City of the Village of Clarkston
248-625-1559
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Rd.
Clarkston, Michigan 48346

reschedule of PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS E. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
2013 BUDGET HEARING CITY COUNCIL JUNE 25, 2012
A public hearing regarding the 2013 City Budget on June 11, 2012 has been rescheduled to June 25, 2012 at 7:00 p.m. at City Hall, 375 Depot Road. Copies of the proposed 2013 Budget are available for inspection during office hours after June 6, 2012 or www. villageofclarkston.org

Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS E. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
2013 BUDGET HEARING CITY COUNCIL JUNE 11, 2012
A public hearing will be held regarding the 2013 City Budget on June 11, 2012 at 7:00 p. m. Copies of the proposed 2013 Budget are available for inspection during office hours after June 6, 2012 or www. villageofclarkston.org
THE PROPERTY TAX MILLAGE RATE PROPOSED TO BE LEVIED TO SUPPORT THE PROPOSED BUDGET WILL BE SUBMITTED AT THE HEARING
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING April 23, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Haven, Hargis and Sabol
Absent: Roth
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hunter, supported by Bisio to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent Roth
Moved by Hunter, supported by Haven to approved consent agenda as presented.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to amend the motion to approve consent agenda subject to corrections to the April 9, 2012 minutes.
Motion Carried. Absent Roth.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Sabol to purchase Minutes on Demand from AmeriScan Imaging Services and install their programming on the City website.
Roll Call: Ayes: Luginski, Haven, Hargis, Sabol, Hunter
Nayes: Bisio
Absent: Roth
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to go with Option E2 with the understanding that soil borings will have to be determined with each area.
Motion Carried. Absent Roth.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to extend meeting pass 9:00 P.M.
Motion Carried. Absent Roth.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to amend the 2012 budget as presented.
Roll Call: Ayes: Bisio, Haven, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski and Sabol
Nayes: None
Absent: Roth
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to adjourn meeting at 9:55 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 14, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Pro Temp Hunter followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Mayor Pro Temp Hunter, Bisio, Hargis, Sabol and Roth
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Haven
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter and Attorney Ryan
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Absent Mayor Luginski and Haven.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Sabol to approved consent agenda as presented with the exception of removing the Cash Disbursements Journal off the consent agenda to be opened up for discussion.
Motion Carried. Absent Mayor Luginski and Haven.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hargis to approve the cash disbursements excluding the items on pages 3, 4 and 5. Page 3. Item #5862 for $1519.00, Page 4. Item #5871 for $225.00 and Page 5. Item #5895 to Carlisle Wortman for $200.00.
Motion Carried. Absent: Mayor Luginski and Haven
Moved by Bisio, Supported by Hargis to approve payment of check #5862 and check #5871 both to Ray Wiegand’s Nursery.
Motion Carried. Absent: Mayor Luginski and Haven
Moved by Bisio, Supported by Roth to approve payment to Carlisle Wortman only if the Historical Society is unwilling or unable to cover the $200.00 expense.
Moved by Sabol, Supported by Bisio to have City Manager approach the Historical Society to cover the $200.00 cost that was paid to Carlisle Wortman to cover evaluation of the zoning ordinance for appropriateness of the placement of the signs.
Roll Call Vote: Yes: Bisio, Roth and Sabol
No: Hargis and Hunter
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Haven
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to extend meeting pass 9:00 P.M.
Motion Carried. Absent Mayor Luginski and Haven
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Sabol to hire HRC to coordinate the audit for MS4 Storm Water drain system and to authorize the approval of the agreement with HRC
(parts of this motion were inaudible) subject to availability of the necessary funds.
Roll Call Vote: Yes: Hargis, Hunter, Roth, Sabol
No: Bisio
Absent: Mayor Luginski and Haven
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to approve the 2012 Clarkston Community Awards Proclamations as submitted.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to approve changing the Council meeting date from Memorial Day May 28th to Tuesday, May 29, 2012
Motion Carried.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Roth that the City Council authorizes the following road closings with proper detours for the events listed below:
Memorial Day Parade ? May 28, 2012 ? 9:30 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.
Fourth of July Parade ? July 4, 2012 ? 9:30 a.m. to noon
Labor Day Parade ? September 3, 2012 ? 9:30 a.m. to noon
Taste of Clarkston ? September 30, 2012 ? 6:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Christmas Light Parade ? December 8, 2012 ? 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
Motion Carried
Moved by Hargis, supported by Roth to adjourn meeting at 9:57 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

P U B L I C N O T I C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST
Thursday, April 26, 2012
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Testing of the computer program on Thursday, April 26, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. for the May 8, 2012 Special Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the lama.
This testing will be held at the City Hall, 3V5 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan.
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING March 26, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Roth, Hunter, Haven, Hargis and Sabol
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approve the Agenda as presented with the following changes: Old Business 9. b. to be combined with DIA Update ? Peggy Roth.
All in favor. Motion Carried.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Roth to approve the Consent Agenda as presented subject to removing item d. Treasurer’s Report ? ii. Income Statement. This was not included in the packet.
All in favor. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Bisio, support by Hargis to adopt the following resolution:
1. The City of the Village of Clarkston shall contract with American Legal Publishing Corporation for codification of the city’s ordinances, excluding the zoning and franchise ordinances as provided in the Codification agreement dated March 16, 2012.
2. The 2011-2012 budget is amended to add a line item of $2,733 for ordinance codification.
3. The finance committee is directed to include in the 2012-2013 budget expenses for ordinance codification of $2,733 to American Legal and $4,750 for legal expenses.
4. The finance committee is directed to include in the 2013-2014 budget an expense for ordinance codification of $2,734 to American Legal.
Roll Call Vote: Yes – Bisio, Hargis, Haven, Luginski, Roth, Hunter, and Sabol
No – None
All in favor. Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Hunter, support by Haven to approve the Proclamation for Clarkston’s National Day of Prayer to be held on May 3, 2012.
All in favor. Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn meeting at 8:08 p.m.
All in favor. Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING April 9, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Roth, Hunter, Haven, Hargis and Sabol
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve the Agenda as presented.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Bisio to move item 10. A to follow Public Comments.
All in favor. Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
All in favor. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Haven, supported by Hargis to pay the 2 bills submitted by HRC.
Roll Call Vote: Yes – Bisio, Haven, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Roth and Sabol
No – None
All in favor. Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Sabol, supported by Hunter to extend meeting passed 9:00 p.m.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve the Poppy Sales for May 17th, 18th and 19th, 2012.
All in favor. Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to adjourn meeting at 9:50 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter,
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road, CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING March 12, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Roth, Hunter and Haven
Absent ? Hargis
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter, Attorney Tom Ryan
Moved by Roth to nominate Don Carmody to the City Council.
Motion died. Lack of support.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Bisio to nominate Mike Sabol to the City Council.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, supported by Bisio to close the nominations and appoint Mike Sabol to the City Council.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Roth to approve the Agenda as presented with the following changes: Move item 10. d. up to before Public Comments and delete and postpone item 10. c. from the Agenda.
Motion Carried.
10. d. Presentation: Heritage Route Signs ? Toni Smith ? Clarkston Historical Society
Moved by Roth, supported by Haven to approve the Heritage Route Signs for the City.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Haven to approve the Consent Agenda as presented subject to corrections on the February 13, 2012 and February 27, 2012 minutes and the line item discrepancies on the Treasurer’s report.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to approve the appointments of Joe Luginski, Eric Haven, Mary Himberg and Ann Rose to the District Library Committee.
Motion Carried
Moved by Hunter, supported by Haven to open up discussion to approve Job Descriptions for City Manager and City Clerk.
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to approve Job Descriptions as presented.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Roth, with support from Hunter, that the City of the Village of Clarkston hire the firm of JFR Architects PC, for the purpose of designing and managing construction of an addition to the existing City Hall building, 375 Depot Park Road. This addition will allow the Department of Public Works to consolidate all services at the City Hall site.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to extend meeting beyond 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried
Moved by Haven, supported by Hunter to approve new BS&A Financial Management Software with three year 0% interest payment plan.
Motion Carried
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to approve Knights of Columbus Request to sell candy 3/30/12 to 4/2/12.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Sabol to adjourn meeting at 9:25 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter, City Clerk

NOTICE OF
CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE SPECIAL ELECTION ON TUESDAY, MAY 8, 2012 For City of the Village of Clarkston
REGISTRATION NOTICE FOR THE SPECIAL ELECTION TO BE HELD Tuesday, May 8, 2012 to the Qualified Electors of the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN, That in conformity with the Michigan Election law, the final date for registration in order to vote in the Special Election is Monday, April 9, 2012 by the close of business.
To vote at this election, all persons must be qualified registered voters as follows:
Citizens of the United States, 18 years old on or before the election date, have resided in the State of Michigan for at least thirty (30) days and have established a residence in the City of the Village of Clarkston on or before the 30th day prior to Tuesday, May 8, 2012.
HOURS OF REGISTRATION: Notice is hereby given that registration will be taken during regular office hours Monday through Friday of each week, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
The Tuesday, May 8, 2012 Special Election will be conducted in voting precinct 1 of the City of the Village of Clarkston for the purpose of voting on the following proposal:
CLARKSTON COMMUNITY SCHOOLS
BONDING PROPOSITION
Shall Clarkston Community Schools, Oakland County, Michigan, borrow the sum of not to exceed Twenty Million Dollars ($20,000,000) and issue its general obligation unlimited tax bonds in one or more series therefor, for the purpose of:
remodeling, equipping and re-equipping and furnishing and refurnishing school buildings; acquiring and installing educational technology in school buildings; and developing and improving athletic facilities and sites?
The following is for
informational purposes only:
The estimated millage that will be levied for the proposed bonds in 2012 is 1 mill ($1.00 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation). The maximum number of years the bonds may be outstanding, exclusive of any refunding, is seventeen (17) years. The estimated simple average annual millage anticipated to be required to retire this bond debt is .82 mill ($0.82 on each $1,000 of taxable valuation).
(Pursuant to State law, expenditure of bond proceeds must be audited, and the proceeds cannot be used for repair or maintenance costs, teacher, administrator or employee salaries, or other operating expenses.)
Yes or No
Kelly Richter
City Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
PUBLISHED & POSTED: Wednesday, March 28, 2012

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING February 13, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Roth and Haven
Absent – Inabnit
Others Present – City Manager Ritter &
Attorney Ryan
Moved by Hargis, supported by Haven, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried.
Moved by Roth, support by Hunter to approve the consent agenda as presented.
Treasurer’s Report:
Cash Disbursements ? 1/7/2012 thru 2/10/2012
General Fund – $37,154.61
Tax Fund – $267,323.94
Sewer – $ 9,790.68
Mill Pond – $ 400.00
Motion Carried. Bisio voting No.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to except resignation with regret from Charles Inabnit.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Haven to postpone the Job Descriptions of City Manager, City Treasurer, City Clerk, Administrative Assistant, DPW Director and DPW Crew Member until the next meeting of February 27, 2012.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, support by Hargis to Adjourn at 8:50 PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 23, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Brueck, Inabnit, Roth, Hunter, Hargis, Bisio
Others Present – City Manager Ritter
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Roth to Approve the Agenda, but pull item 9e under new business from the agenda. Motion carried.
Moved by Haven supported Hargis to accept the Consent Agenda. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Inabnit, supported by Roth, to grant permission to the Clarkston Optimist Club to construct an ice skating Rink in Depot Park near the Gazebo at the Club’s expense.
Resolution Adopted
Amendment to original Resolution.
Amendment approved by roll-call vote with no objections.
The amendment Adopted.
The Original Resolution was approved by a roll-call vote with no objection.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, support by Hargis to approve the Lions Club request to sell white canes.
Motion Carried
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Roth to extend the meeting past 9:00pm.
Motion Carried
Moved by Hargis, Support by Roth to adjourn at 9:29pm
Motion carried.
Respectfully Submitted
Dennis Ritter, City Manager

NOTICE OF ELECTION
PRESIDENTIAL PRIMARY ELECTION on FEBRUARY 28, 2012
IN THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
To the Qualified Electors:
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a Presidential Primary Election will be held in:
City of the Village of Clarkston
County of Oakland, State of Michigan
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 2012
THE POLLS will be open
7 o’clock a.m. until 8 o’clock p.m.
ALL POLLING PLACES ARE HANDICAP ACCESSIBLE
BRAILLE AND AUDIO VERSIONS OF VOTING INSTRUCTIONS ARE AVAILABLE
AT THE POLLING PLACES LISTED BELOW:
Precinct #1
City Hall
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES OF ALL PARTICIPATING POLITICAL PARTIES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
PRESIDENTIAL: President of the United States
INFORMATION ON OBTAINING AN
ABSENT VOTER BALLOT FOR THE ELECTION
Is available at City Hall located at
375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan
City Hall Offices will be open
9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday thru Friday
For electors to receive an ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
FINAL DEADLINE
TO RECEIVE AN ABSENT VOTER BALLOT
February 27, 2012 until 4 p.m.
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

CITY OF THE village OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
January 23, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Brueck, Inabnit, Roth, Hunter, Hargis, Bisio
Others Present – City Manager Ritter
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Roth to Approve the Agenda, but pull item 9e under new business from the agenda. Motion carried.
Moved by Haven supported Hargis to accept the Consent Agenda. Motion Carried.
Resolved by Inabnit, supported by Roth, to grant permission to the Clarkston Optimist Club to construct an ice skating Rink in Depot Park near the Gazebo at the Club’s expense. Resolution Adopted
Amendment to original Resolution.
Amendment approved by roll-call vote with no objections.
The amendment Adopted.
The Original Resolution was approved by a roll-call vote with no objection.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, support by Hargis to approve the Lions Club request to sell white canes.
Motion Carried
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Roth to extend the meeting past 9:00pm.
Motion Carried
Moved by Hargis, Support by Roth to adjourn at 9:29 pm
Motion carried.
Respectfully Submitted
Dennis Ritter, City Manager

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING January 9, 2012
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth and Haven
Others Present – City Manager Ritter & Attorney Ryan
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis, to approve the Agenda as presented. Motion carried.
Moved by Hunter, support by Haven to approve the consent agenda.
Treasurer’s Report: Cash Disbursements ? 12/8/2011 thru 1/5/2012
General Fund: $105,951.20
Moved by Hunter, supported by Haven to amend the motion on the floor to read approve consent agenda with the exception to exclude those items discussed. Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, support by Roth to move forward with the DIA presentation and proposed Inside/Out Program. Motion Carried.
Moved by Inabnit, support by Hargis to extend the meeting pass 9:00 p.m. Motion Carried
Resolved by Inabnit, support by Hunter to ease the burden on taxpayers, the Assessor and the Board of review and to ensure that all taxpayers have an equal opportunity to be heard by the Board of Review, the City of Clarkston hereby resolves, according to provisions of MCL 211.30(7) of the General Property Tax Act, that the Board of Review shall receive letters of protest regarding assessments from resident taxpayers from the first Tuesday in March until it adjourns from the public hearings for which it meets to hear such protests. All notices of assessment change and all advertisements of Board of Review meetings are to include a statement that the resident taxpayers may protest by letter to the Board.
Roll Call Vote:
Luginski Haven Bisio Hargis Inabnit Hunter Roth
Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Haven, support by Inabnit to approve a letter of support to allow the North Oakland Wild Ones Chapter pursue a grant for purpose of developing the property west of the Main Street parking lot.
The projects intent is to stabilize the Mill Pond shoreline, infiltration of storm water runoff from parking lot, and create access and park benches for enjoyment of this area. Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth support by Inabnit to Adjourn at 9:15 PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter, Clerk

P U B L I C N O T I C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
PUBLIC ACCURACY TEST Thursday, February 16, 2012
The City of the Village of Clarkston announces a Public Accuracy Testing of the computer program on Thursday, February 16, 2012, at 10:00 a.m. for the February 28, 2012 Presidential Primary Election.
The Public Accuracy Test is conducted to demonstrate that the computer program used to record and count the votes cast at the election meets the requirements of the law.
This testing will be held at the City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan.
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston

Notice Of
Close Of Registration For The Presidential Primary Election To Be Held On Tuesday, February 28, 2012 For
City Of The Village Of Clarkston
To The Qualified Electors Of The City Of The Village Of Clarkston, County Of Oakland, State Of Michigan:
Notice Is Here By Given That The City Of The Village Of Clarkston, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan, 48346 Will Be Open:
Monday, January 30, 2012
From 9:00 A.m. To 5:00 P.m.
Last Day To Register
For The Purpose Of Receiving Applications For The Registration Of The Qualified Electors In Said City Not Already Registered.
The February 28, 2012 Presidential Primary Election Will Be Conducted In Voting Precinct 1 Of The City Of The Village Of Clarkston, For The Purpose Of Nominating Candidates For The Following Office:
President Of The United States
Kelly Richter
City Clerk
City Of The Village Of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, Mi 48346
248-625

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING December 1, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth and Haven
Others Present – City Manager Ritter
Moved by Haven, supported by Hargis, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried.
Moved by Hargis with support by Hunter to approve the consent agenda. Treasurer’s Report: I Trial Balance (by fund) as of 10/31/2011 II Income Statement ? G/F Actual vs. Budget as of 10/31/2011
Motion carried. Bisio voting no.
Moved by Bisio to approve revised version that Mr. Bisio submitted after Mr. Ryan’s.
Motion failed lack of support.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Haven to make a resolution to have Mr. Ryan’s amended version on the table first, he is our representative for the City, use that as the foundation. Use Mr. Bisio’s as the modifier.
Support by Hunter to put Mr. Ryan’s amended version on the table.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, support by Hargis to amend the Ryan version and except with changes as First Reading.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Inabnit, support by Roth to adopt the proposed CDBG 2012 allocation.
Roll Call: Ayes: Bisio, Haven, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit and Roth
Nays: None
Resolution Passed.
Moved by Roth, support by Hunter to approve the request to solicit bids for the purpose of selecting a firm to provide architectural and engineering services.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Inabnit, support by Hargis to extend meeting pass 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth support by Inabnit to Adjourn at 9:30 PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter, Clerk

ORDINANCE NO. 129-3
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 129 TO PROVIDE FOR LAKE ACCESS REGULATION OF PROPERTY WITHIN THE LIMITED USE OVERLAY DISTRICT
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ORDAINS:
Section 1:01. Article XXV, Special Land Uses, Section 25.10.B.35.f is amended to substitute the following:
f. Uses and Activities for Property Abutting a Water Body.
Purpose: The water bodies situated in the City are small, with relatively low environmental and recreational carrying capacities, and may be adversely affected by the introduction of new and significant use. Accordingly, considering that the subject property is situated in a single family neighborhood, if the subject property abuts a water body such as a natural or artificial lake, pond, or stream, the exercise of riparian rights and any other access shall be compatible with use and activities similar to normal and customary single-family residential use. If the predominant use of the subject property is approved as non-residential, the standards set forth herein regarding water body access regulation are deemed to be important and necessary in order to balance the interests of the owner of the overlay approved property and people in the neighborhood and the waterfront residents on the water body.
In the application of these regulations, the following restrictions shall apply:
1) “Access” for purposes of this section shall mean access to the water body for swimming, fishing, boating, or any other recreational or non-recreational purpose.
2) Not more than one permanent or seasonal dock of not more than twenty-five (25) feet in length and eight (8) feet in width may be established. Not more than one (1) off-shore raft with dimensions not to exceed one hundred (100) square feet shall be permitted. For purposes of this section, “dock” means a platform structure extending from the area of the normal high water mark of the water body into the water, intended to provide access for swimming and fishing. A dock permitted under this section shall not be used for the mooring of more than two (2) watercrafts. No other watercraft may be stored on or launched from the property or moored off the shore of the property.
3) Residential Users. If an approved special land use authorizes Access for residential users, Access shall be limited to full time residents of the property; such residents’ family; and their occasional guests accompanied by a resident.
4) Non-Residential Users.
(a) It is the intent of this ordinance to permit non-residential Access which is no more intense than the customary usage of a single-family residence on the particular water body considering average seasonal use and customary holiday usage.
(b) Access for a non-residential use shall be restricted to a business that is the exclusive and single user of the property subject to the following restrictions:
(i) The use shall not create a nuisance to residences in the neighborhood or on the water body.
(ii) The following persons are authorized to have Access:
(A) If a business entity owns the business, the natural person who is the principal owner of the business entity with more than a 50% interest in the business entity (the “Principal Owner”);
(B) The Principal Owner’s family;
(C) Occasional guests of the Principal Owner, accompanied by the Principal Owner or a member of the Principal Owner’s family;
(D) Individuals who work at the business on the property; and
(E) Occasional business guests of individuals who work at the business on the property, who must be accompanied by either the Principal Owner or by an individual who works at the business on the property.
(iii) Access under subparagraphs (ii)(D) and (E) is limited to sunrise to sunset.
(iv) If, following approval for such a user, the building becomes occupied by more than a single non-residential user, the Access approval shall thereupon expire and be of no effect to all persons.
5) The permission in this section is subject to any other more restrictive ordinance and law.
Section 2:01. Savings Clause:
All pending proceedings and all existing rights and liabilities acquired or incurred at the time this ordinance takes effect are saved and may be consummated according to the law when they were commenced.
Section 3:01. Repealer Clause.
All ordinances or pails of ordinances and policies of the city in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are repealed to the extent necessary to give this ordinance full force.
Section 4:01. Severability Clause.
If a court declares any part of this ordinance to be invalid or unenforceable, that shall not effect the validity or enforceability of the balance of this ordinance.
Section 5:01. Effective Date.
This ordinance is effective 20 days after publication.
Adopted by the City Council of the City of the Village of Clarkston on 12-12-2011.
CERTIFICATE OF CLERK
Kelly Richter, Clerk of the City of the Village of Clarkston, Michigan, certifies that this is a true and correct copy of an ordinance adopted by the City Council of the City of the Village of Clarkston at a regular meeting on December 12, 2011
Kelly M. Richter, City Clerk
Published: 12/21/2011

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING November 14, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Oath of Office was given by Clerk Richter to the newly Elected Council Members
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth and Haven
Others Present – City Manager Ritter and
Attorney Ryan
Moved by Bisio, supported by Inabnit, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried.
Moved by Roth with support by Hargis to approve the consent agenda subject to correction to the agenda minutes to read October 10, 2011 and October 24, 2011 instead of September 12, 2011 and September 26, 2011.
Treasurer Report as follows:
Cash Disbursements ? 10/10/2011 thru 11/9/2011
General Fund – $ 32,115.11
Sewer Funds – $ 54,011.63
Mill Pond – $ 1,693.00
2002 C Bond – $ 137.50
Motion carried. Bisio voting No.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to open up Resolution FY12-016 ? Amendment to Zoning Ordinance 129-2 for discussion.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to approve the Tri-Party Paving Project at Holcomb and Valley View Drive.
Roll Call: Ayes: Haven, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Roth & Inabnit
Nays: Bisio
Resolution Approved.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Inabnit to table until next meeting.
Motion Carried
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to approve Sandra Barlass as a signer on all City Bank Accounts.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Haven to extend the meeting pass 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Haven, support by Hargis to Adjourn at 9:30 PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING October 24, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth and Brueck
Others Present – City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hargis, supported by Inabnit, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried.
Moved by Hunter with support by Roth to approve the consent agenda subject to corrections to the October 10, 2011 Council minutes, provided by Mr. Bisio.
Correction is as follows: Main Street Sewer Pump Station Improvements should read Mr. Bisio made a motion to amend the resolution to provide that the city’s share of the expenses would not exceed $31, 329. Mr. Brueck seconded the motion. After discussion he withdrew his second and Mr. Bisio’s motion to amend failed for lack of a second. The council then voted on the original resolution with the roll call vote as set out in the draft October 10, 2011 minutes
Motion carried. Bisio voting No.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Brueck to approve Robert Pursley as the single street administer of the City of the Village of Clarkston in transactions with the State Transportation Department as provided in Section 13 (9) of Act 51, Public Acts of 1951.
Roll Call Vote: Ayes: Brueck, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit, Roth and Bisio
Nays: None
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth support by Inabnit to Adjourn at 7:33 PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artremus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING October 10, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge. of allegiance.
Roll: Present – Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth and Brueck
Others Present. – City Manages- Ritter, Attorney Ryan and Planner Carlisle
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried.
Moved by Roth with support by Hargis to approve the consent agenda. Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approve the Consent Agenda minus the Cash Disbursements from the Treasurer’s Report.
Motion carried. Bisio voting No
Moved by Hargis, supported by Inabnit to remove Resolution FY013 from the table and open up for discussion.
Resolved by Bisio, supported by Brueck to amend the resolution to provide that the City’s share of the expenses would not exceed $31,329.
Motion failed lack of support.
Roll Call Vote (on original resolution):
Ayes: Brueck, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit and Roth
Nays: Bisio
Resolution Adopted
Special Land Use Overlay District Request – Planning Commission recommended approval of the Special Land Use for Union Adworks last week. Council needs a motion to open up for discussion.
Moved By Hargis, supported by Brueck to open up for discussion.
Moved by Haggis, supported by Brueck to approve the Special Land Use Overlay District request as recommended by the Planning Commission.
Motion Carried. Roth Abstain.
Moved by Brueck, supported by Hunter to open up Site Plan Review for discussion.
Moved by Brueck, supported by Hunter to approve the Site Plan Review at 90 N. Main, Union Adworks as presented.
Motion Carried. Roth abstain.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Hargis to extend meeting passed 9:00 p.m. Motion Carried.
Moved by Hunter, supported by Brueck to have a public hearing meeting by the Planning Commission on October 27, 2011 with the public notice going in this week’s Clarkston News October 12, 2011 for amendment to the ordinance.
Motion Carried. Roth abstain.
Resolved by Brueck, supported by Roth to approve the 2012 Annual MDOT Permit for Work on State Trunkline.
Roll Call: Ayes: Roth, Bisio, Inabnit, Loginski, Hunter, And Brueck
Nayes: Hargis
Moved by Roth support by Inhabit to Adjourn at 9:13 PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter, Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON, M148346
PLEASE BE ADVISED that the regular scheduled Council Meeting of November 28, 2011 has been changed to Thursday, December 1, 2011 beginning at 7:00 p.m., By order of Mayor Luginski.
Published: 11/23/11 Kelly Richter, City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING September 26, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth
Absent: Brueck
Others Present – City Manager Ritter, Attorney Ryan
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried. Brueck Absent.
Moved by Roth with support by Hargis to approve the consent agenda.
Motion carried, with Bisio voting no. Brueck Absent.
Moved by Roth, support by Hargis to set the Trick or Treat time for Monday, October 31, 2011 from 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Motion Carried. Brueck Absent.
Moved by Luginski, support by Bisio to nominate Chip Travis to the Historic District Commission for a (3) year term.
Motion Carried. Roth voting No. Brueck Absent.
Resolution FY12-011 ? Michigan Personal Property Tax.
Moved by Hunter, support by Luginski to adopt Resolution for purpose of discussion.
Moved by Hunter, support by Luginski to adopt the FY12-011 Michigan Personal Property Tax Resolution.
Roll Call: Ayes: Hunter, Luginski
Nays: Roth, Inabnit, Bisio, Hargis Absent: Brueck
Resolution failed
Resolution FY12-012 M-15 Pump Station Improvements.
Moved by Hunter, support by Inabnit to open Resolution up for discussion.
Moved by Bisio, support by Roth to table until additional information is given.
Motion Carried. Brueck Absent.
Moved by Bisio, support by Hargis to approve the National Association of Letter Carriers request to solicit contributions at Washington and Main Street on October 2, 2011 from 12-6 p.m. contingent on their providing the City with a certificate of liability insurance, naming the City as an additionally named insured.
Motion Carried. Brueck Absent
Moved by Roth support by Inabnit to Adjourn at 7:56 PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter, Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING September 12, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth
Brueck ? Absent
Others Present – City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hargis, supported by Hunter, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried. Brueck Absent
Moved by Roth with support by Inabnit to approve the consent agenda.
Motion carried 5-1 with Mr. Bisio voting no and Mr. Brueck Absent
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approve City Treasurer’s Contract with changes to Section 8 ? Change Clerk/Treasurer to Treasurer.
Roll Call Vote:
Bisio Roth Inabnit Luginski Hargis Hunter Brueck
NO YES YES YES YES YES ABSENT
Resolution adopted 5-1 with Bisio voting No and Brueck Absent.
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to approve the Temporary Authorization for Clarkston Union’s request for Oktoberfest.
Motion Carried with Brueck Absent.
Resolution: FY005 ? Re-adoption 2012 General Fund Budget. No action taken.
Resolution: FY006 ? Resolved by Roth, supported by Hunter that Sandra Barlass be authorized to sign checks on behalf of the City of the Village of Clarkston and to remove Kim Howe as a signer. Two signatures of the three authorized check signers are required on each check. Effective immediately.
Roll Call Vote:
Bisio Roth Inabnit Luginski Hargis Hunter Brueck
YES YES YES YES YES YES ABSENT
Resolution adopted with Brueck absent.
Resolution ? FY007 ? Resolved by Inabnit, supported by Hunter to approve the SMART Municipal Credit Contract as presented.
Roll Call Vote:
Bisio Roth Inabnit Luginski Hargis Hunter Brueck
NO YES YES YES YES YES ABSENT
Resolution adopted 5-1 with Hargis voting No and Brueck Absent.
Resolution ? FY008 ? Resolved by Hunter, supported by Inabnit to approve Smooth Finish Concrete and Construction to do sidewalk repair and not to exceed $3500.00
Roll Call Vote:
Bisio Roth Inabnit Luginski Hargis Hunter Brueck
NO YES YES YES NO YES ABSENT
Resolution adopted with Brueck Absent.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Hunter to extend the meeting pass 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried with Brueck Absent.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Roth to table Oakland County E-Commerce Program until next meeting.
Motion Carried with Brueck Absent.
Resolution ? FY009 ? Moved by Hargis, supported by Inabnit to table Website Maintenance Agreement until next meeting.
Motion Carried with Brueck Absent.
Resolution ? FY010 ? Resolved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve up to $500.00 on plants to be planted on the east side of Mill Pond parking lot.
Roll Call Vote:
Bisio Roth Inabnit Luginski Hargis Hunter Brueck
NO YES YES NO YES YES ABSENT
Resolution adopted 4-2 with Bisio and Luginski voting No and Brueck Absent.
Moved by Roth support by Inabnit to Adjourn at 9:33PM
Motion Carried with Brueck Absent
Respectfully Submitted
Kelly Richter, City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING August 22, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll: Present ? Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Hunter, Hargis, Inabnit, Roth
Brueck ? Absent
Others Present – City Manager Ritter,
Attorney Ryan
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Roth, to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried with Brueck Absent
Moved by Roth with support by Inabnit to approve the consent agenda.
Motion carried with Brueck Absent
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Hargis to accept the City Manager’s and City Mayor’s recommendation to contract with Sandra Barlass for the Treasurer’s job, subject to Council approval of contract.
Resolution Adopted Brueck absent.
Moved by Bisio with support by Hargis to appoint Steve Arkwright to the Zoning Board of Appeals for a term ending June 30, 2012. This appointment is to fill out the balance of Anne Clifton’s term.
Moved by Roth support by Hargis to concur with the Mayor’s appointments to the Streets Committee.
Motion Carried with Brueck Absent.
Moved by Hargis support by Roth that East Washington from Buffalo to the East to the end be closed September 23, 2011 from 7:00pm to 11:00pm with concurrence of the Sheriff and Fire Departments.
Motion Carried with Brueck Absent
Resolved by Hunter support by Inabnit to approve the annul $500 membership fee and the three year agreement at $250 per year for Stormwater Education for NPDES stormwater Permit.
Resolution Adopted with Brueck Absent
Moved by Roth support by Bisio to Adjourn at 8:45PM
Motion Carried
Respectfully Submitted,
Kelly Richter, Clerk

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot
Clarkston, MI 48346
PLANNING COMMISSION
The Planning Commission of the City of the Village of Clarkston will hold a Public Hearing, Thursday, October 27, 2011 at 7:00p.m. at City Hall, 375 Depot Road at the request of the City Council for possible amendment of Article XXV, SPECIAL LAND USES, Section 25.10.B. 35. f. 1 of Zoning Ordinance No.129-2, ‘Prohibited Uses and Activities for Property abutting a Water Body.?
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
Artemus M. Pappas Village Hall
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING August 8, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Luginski, Inabnit, Brueck, Bisio, Roth, Hargis and Hunter
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Roth, supported by Bisio to approve the agenda as presented.
Motion carried.
Moved by Hunter, Supported by Roth to approve the Consent Agenda as presented.
Motion Carried. Bisio voting no.
Moved by Brueck, supported by Hunter to put the Building, Planning and Zoning Fee Schedule Resolution back on the table.
Motion carried
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Inabnit to approve proposed fee schedule with changes by the City Manager.
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to appoint Frank Schoebel and Steve Hargis to the Planning Commission for a (3) year term ending June 30, 2014.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Inabit, supported by Brueck to appoint Sharron Catallo, Doug Roeser and Jim Brueck to the ZBA for a (3) year term ending June 30, 2014.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Inabnit to appoint Melissa Luginski to the Historic District Committee for a (3) year term ending June 30, 2014.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Hunter to appoint Carol Eberhardt to the Board of Review for a (3) year term ending June 30, 2014.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis that we authorize the City Manager to sign the engagement letter with O’Keefe & Associates in the form which is in the Council packet with a change in the scope of work also to state that O’Keefe & Associates will review the current year budget and suggest any changes in formatting or organization substance that may be appropriate to our budget.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Bisio to extend the meeting pass 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Brueck, supported by Hunter to approve the recommended bid of $1020.95 from Belle Tire.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to adjourn meeting at 9:30 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

NOTICE OF CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON November 8, 2011
City of the Village of Clarkston
To the qualified electors of the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan:
NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN THAT THE City of the Village of Clarkston, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan, 48346, WILL BE OPEN:
TUESDAY, October 11, 2011
FROM 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
FOR THE PURPOSE OF RECEIVING APPLICATIONS FOR THE REGISTRATION OF THE QUALIFIED ELECTORS IN SAID CITY NOT ALREADY REGISTERED.
THE NOVEMBER 8, 2011 GENERAL ELECTION WILL BE CONDUCTED IN PRECINCT 1 OF THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON, FOR THE PURPOSE OF ELECTING CANDIDATES FOR THE FOLLOWING OFFICES:
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
(THREE FOR TWO-YEAR TERMS)
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

NOTICE OF
CLOSE OF REGISTRATION FOR THE GENERAL ELECTION TO BE HELD ON November 8, 2011
City of the Village of Clarkston
To the qualified electors of the City of the Village of Clarkston, County of Oakland, State of Michigan:
NOTICE IS HERBY GIVEN THAT THE City of the Village of Clarkston, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan, 48346, WILL BE OPEN:
TUESDAY, October 11, 2011
FROM 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon and
1:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
LAST DAY TO REGISTER
For The Purpose Of Receiving Applications For The Registration Of The Qualified Electors In Said City Not Already Registered.
The November 8, 2011 General Election Will Be Conducted In Precinct 1 Of The City Of The Village Of Clarkston, For The Purpose Of Electing Candidates For The Following Offices:
CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS
(THREE FOR TWO-YEAR TERMS)
Kelly Richter, Clerk
City of the Village of Clarkston
375 Depot Road
Clarkston, MI 48346
248-625-1559

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING
July 11, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Pro-Tem Hunter followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Brueck, Bisio, Roth, Hargis and Hunter
Absent ? Inabnit and Luginski
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve the agenda.
Motion carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Brueck to approve Consent Agenda items a. and b. and to exclude item c. (June 27, 2011 minutes) from the consent agenda.
Bisio voted no on items a. and b.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Roth to approve the June 27, 2011 minutes with corrections.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis to approve authorizing the City Manager to cast the City’s vote for the recommended MML Worker’s Compensation Fund Trustees.
Motion carried
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve the Lend a Helping Hand’s request to use Depot Park, at no charge, August 5th and August 12th for a charity concert.
Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adjourn the meeting at 8:06 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter, City Clerk

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
PLANNING COMMISSION
PROPOSED SPECIAL LAND USE REQUEST AND SITE PLAN REVIEW
AT 90 NORTH MAIN
7:00 PM, Monday, October 3, 2011
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT, CLARKSTON, MI 48346
A public hearing will be held by the Planning Commission to review and consider an application for a Special Land Use Request within the HISTORIC LIMITED USE OVERLAY DISTRICT and Site Plan, for 90 North Main Street in accordance with Zoning Ordinance 129-2. The proposed use for this site is an ad agency office.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
PLANNING COMMISSION
PROPOSED SPECIAL LAND USE REQUEST AND SITE PLAN REVIEW
AT 90 NORTH MAIN
7:00 PM, SEPTEMBER 15, 2011
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT, CLARKSTON, MI 48346
A public hearing will be held by the Planning Commission to review and consider an application for a Special Land Use Request within the HISTORIC LIMITED USE OVERLAY DISTRICT and Site Plan, for 90 North Main Street in accordance with Zoning Ordinance 129-2. The proposed use for this site is an ad agency office.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
PLANNING COMMISSION
PROPOSED SPECIAL LAND USE REQUEST AND SITE PLAN REVIEW
AT 90 NORTH MAIN
7:00 PM, Monday, October 3, 2011
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
ARTEMUS M. PAPPAS VILLAGE HALL
375 DEPOT, CLARKSTON, MI 48346
A public hearing will be held by the Planning Commission to review and consider an application for a Special Land Use Request within the HISTORIC LIMITED USE OVERLAY DISTRICT and Site Plan, for 90 North Main Street in accordance with Zoning Ordinance 129-2. The proposed use for this site is an ad agency office.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 27, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Brueck, Bisio, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis, Hunter and Luginski
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve the Agenda as presented.
Motion carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to approve the Consent Agenda.
Motion Carried with Mr. Bisio voting no.
Moved by Brueck, supported by Hargis to adopt Ordinance 122-2, Fire Prevention Code 2009 IFC amendment.
Motion Carried
Resolved by Hargis, Supported by Brueck that the FY 2011 Final General Fund Budget be amended by Activity/Department as follows on June 27, 2011: Revenues: $784,355; Disbursements: $755,999.
Roll Call: Yeas: Brueck, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit, Roth
Nays: Bisio
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Hunter that the FY Final Major Roads budget be amended by Activity/Department as follows on June 27, 2011: Renenues: $66,000; Disbursements: $66,000.
Roll Call: Yeas: Brueck, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit, And Roth
Nays: Bisio
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Brueck that the FY Final Local Roads budget be amended by Activity/Department as follows on June 27, 2011: Revenues: $28,000; Disbursements: $26,350.
Roll Call: Yeas: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit, Hargis and Roth
Nays: Bisio
Resolution Adopted.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Hunter to approve the FY 2012 General Fund Budget by Activity/Department with Revenues of $693,825 including 13.1979 mills operating levy and Expenditures of $651,466.
Roll Call: Yeas: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Roth, Hargis
Nays: Bisio, Inabnit
Resolution adopted.
Resolved by Brueck, support by Roth to adopt the Major Roads Budget for FY 2012 by Activity/Department as follows: Revenues $63,750; Expenditures: $63,130
Roll Call: Yeas: Roth, Luginski, Hunter, Hargis, Brueck
Nays: Bisio, Inabnit
Resolution adopted.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Hargis to adopt the Local Roads Budget for FY 2012 by Activity/Department as follows: Revenues: $32,750; Expenditures: $32,750
Roll Call: Yeas: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Roth, Hargis
Nays: Bisio, Inabnit
Resolution adopted.
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Brueck ‘That the Council adopt the FY 2012 Council salaries in the amount of $8,000?.
Roll Call: Yeas: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Roth, Hargis, Inabnit
Nays: Bisio
Resolution adopted.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Inabnit ‘That Council adopt the FY 2012 Planning Commission salaries in the amount of $1,500?.
Roll Call: Yeas: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Roth, Hargis, Inabnit
Nays: Bisio
Resolution adopted.
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to adjourn meeting at 10:25 p.m.
Motion carried
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 23, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Hunter followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Brueck, Bisio, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis & Luginski
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Hargis supported by Hunter to approve the agenda.
Motion Carried
Moved by Brueck, supported by Roth to approve the Consent Agenda and remove a, b, and 6d, ii
Motion Carried
Moved by Bisio to correct the April 11 minutes to show he voted ‘no? to approve the consent agenda.
Motion Carried with Mr. Bisio voting No.
Moved by Hunter, support by Inabnit to approve three sets of meeting minutes as corrected.
Motion Carried
Moved by Brueck support by Roth to approve income statement as presented.
Motion Carried
Moved by Hargis support by Bisio to authorize the City Manager to sign participation application for the EECBG Advance Lighting LED Program.
Motion Carried
Resolved by Hunter support by Hargis to adopt Ordinance 129-2. It was moved by Bisio support by Hargis to amend p5, para 3, b-2 to eliminate 2 and renumber 3 and 4 to 2 and 3. Accepted by Hargis and Hunter.
Roll Call: Yea: Hargis, Hunter, Bisio, Luginski, Inabnit, Brueck
Nay: None
Abstain: Roth
Resolution Adopted
Moved by Hargis to approve the Clerk’s Contract, no second.
Moved by Roth support by Brueck to table Clerk’s contract until explanation of absence.
Motion Carried
Moved by Inabnit support by Roth to table Treasurer’s contract.
Motion Carried
Moved by Inabnit support by Bisio to remove the Cable/Internet item from the table.
Motion Carried
Resolved by Hargis support by Inabnit to approve a three year contract with Comcast, unless a two year contract is available at same rate, for phone and internet service using a 2 line ? 3 handset, 4 base set phone system.
Resolution Adopted
Moved by Inabnit support by Bisio to meet past 9:00 pm.
Motion Carried
Resolved by Hargis support by Inabnit to approve the DNRE Canada Goose Program for Mill Pond.
Resolution Adopted
Moved by Roth support by Inabnit to adjourn at 9:42 pm.
Motion Carried
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter
Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING June 13, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Brueck, Bisio, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis, Hunter and Luginski
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hunter to approve and amend the agenda by adding under 8. Reports – c. Medical Marijuana.
Motion carried.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Inabnit to have the Public Hearing on the Draft 2012 Budget on June 27, 2011 at the regular council meeting. Notice to be properly published.
Motion Carried
Moved by Roth, supported by Brueck to approve Consent Agenda with May 23, 2011 minutes to be removed with corrections.
Motion Carried
Moved by Bisio, Supported by Inabnit to amend motion with corrections to the May 23, 2011 minutes.
Motion Carried
Resolved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to approve Employment Contract for City Clerk Position.
Roll Call: Aye: Bisio, Brueck, Hargis, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit, And Roth
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Roth to approve the request to use Depot Park as submitted.
Resolved by Brueck, supported by Inabnit to approve the Oakland County 2012-2014 Cooperation Agreements.
Roll Call: Yea: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit and Roth
Nay: Bisio, Hargis
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Brueck to extend meeting beyond 9:00 p.m.
Motion Carried.
Resolved by Brueck, supported by Roth to amend the Debt Retirement Millage Rate to read 4.7034 mills.
Roll Call: Yea: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Inabnit, Roth, Bisio, Hargis
Nay: None
Resolution adopted.
Moved by Bisio, supported by Hargis to amend the Resolution to lower the Operating Millage Rates.
Motion Failed.
Resolved by Hunter, supported by Brueck to approve the 2011 Tax Year Operating Millage Rates as presented.
Roll Call: Yea: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Roth
Nay: Bisio, Hargis, Inabnit
Resolution adopted.
Resolved by Inabnit, supported by Brueck to approve the Assessing Contract with Oakland County.
Roll Call: Yea: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Roth, Bisio, Hargis, Inabnit
Nay: None
Resolution adopted.
Resolved by Roth, supported by Hargis to approve the purchase of safety mulch from Superior Ground Cover at the price of $15.50 a yard, with delivery. This to be taken from the Park Fund.
Roll Call: Yea: Brueck, Hunter, Luginski, Roth, Bisio, Hargis, Inabnit
Nay: None
Resolution adopted.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Brueck to adjourn meeting at 10:25 p.m.
Motion carried
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
AUGUST 10, 2011
ORDINANCE NO. 129-2 AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CITY OF THE VILALGE OF CLARKSTON ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 129 TO CREATE A LIMITED USE OVERLAY DISTRICT WITHIN THE HISTORIC DISTRICT AND RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT.
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ORDAINS:
Section 1:01 Article II, be amended to add Definitions.
Section 2:01 Article V, R-1 and R-2, One-Family Residential Districts, Section 5.02, Special Land Uses be amended to add the following as Paragraph I:
I. Limited Use Overlay, Subject To The Standards Set Forth In Section 25.10.B.35.
Section 3:01 Article XXV, Special Land Uses, Section 25.10.A, be amended to add
the following: 35. Limited Use Overlay (R-1)
Section 4:01 Article XXV, Specific Land Uses, Section 25.10.B, List of Specific Requirements,
as amended.
Section 7:01 Severability Clause.
Section 8:01 This Ordinance will become effective 20 days after publication after publication notice of ordinance adoption in a newspaper of general circulation within the City of the Village of Clarkston.
The Ordinance was adopted at the regular meeting of the City of Village of Clarkston City Council on Monday, May 23, 2011. A complete copy of the Ordinance Amendment is available for purchasing or copying at the Artemus Pappas City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan, 48346, Monday ? Friday 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
Kelly M. Richter, City Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 16, 2011
Meeting called to order at 6:45 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance,
Roll. Present – Brueck, Bisio, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis, Luginski
Absent- Hunter
Resolved by Inabnit, Supported by Hargis to authorize the sale of the Police Dodge Charger for $14,000 and the Mobile Traffic Radar Trailer for $1,200 to the Village of Oakley,
Roll Call:
Yea: Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Roth, Inabnit, Hargis, Brueck
Absent: Hunter
Resolution Adopted
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to adjourn the meeting at 6:52 p.m, Motion Approved
Respectfully submitted
Kelly Richter Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES SPECIAL CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 16, 2011
Meeting called to order at 6:45 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance,
Roll. Present – Brueck, Bisio, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis, Luginski
Absent- Hunter
Resolved by Inabnit, Supported by Hargis to authorize the sale of the Police Dodge Charger for $14,000 and the Mobile Traffic Radar Trailer for $1,200 to the Village of Oakley,
Roll Call:
Yea: Mayor Luginski, Bisio, Roth, Inabnit, Hargis, Brueck
Absent: Hunter
Resolution Adopted
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to adjourn the meeting at 6:52 p.m, Motion Approved
Respectfully submitted
Kelly Richter Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES CITY COUNCIL MEETING May 9, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:00 p.m. by Mayor Pro Tem Hunter followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present- Brueck, Bisio, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis
Absent- Luginski
Others Present – City Manager Ritter, Attorney Tom Ryan
Moved by Inabnit supported by Hargis “That the Agenda be accepted as presented”. Motion Carried.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Bisio to table the April 25, 2011 minutes. Motion Carried.
Moved by Roth, supported by Brueck to approve the remaining Consent Agenda. Motion Carried.
Moved by Hargis, supported by Bisio to have Ordinance #129 sent back to the City Attorney for updating in accordance to the technical changes made, before the second reading.
Yea: Hunter, Bisio, Brueck Hargis, Inabnit
Abstain: Roth
Absent: Luginski
Resolved by Brueck, supported by Inabnit to approve the FY2011 Budget Amendments. Mr. Bisio moved to adopt the budget amendments with a resolution he provided which he felt would give more transparency. Motion not seconded.
Roll Call; On original resolution
Yea: Brueck, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis, Hunter
Nay: Bisio
Absent: Luginski
Resolution Adopted.
Moved by Inabnit, supported by Bisio to extend meeting beyond 9:00 p.m. Motion Carried
Moved by Roth, supported by Brueck to participate in the Electronics Recycling Collection Program to be held on June 4, 2011. Motion Carried
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit to adjourn the meeting at 9:11 p.m. Motion Carried
Respectfully submitted,
Kelly Richter
Clerk

PUBLIC NOTICE
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
NOMINATION PETITIONS
NOVEMBER CITY ELECTION
OFFICES OF CITY COUNCIL
Registered voters in the City of the Village of Clarkston will be electing three (3) City Council Members for a two year term at an election to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011.
Nominating Petitions for the above-named positions are available from the City Clerk, 375 Depot Road, and are due to be completed and returned to the Clerk on or before 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 2, 2011. Petitions shall be signed by not less than twenty nor more than forty registered electors in the City of the Village of Clarkston.
PETITION Received AFTER 4:00 P.M. AUGUST 2, 2011 CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
Also required is an Affidavit of Identity available from the City Clerk.
Note: Write-in candidates must file a Declaration of Intent, available from the City Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 29, 2011.
Please call (248) 625-1559, if there are any questions.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

PUBLIC N O T I-C E
CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 DEPOT ROAD
CLARKSTON MI 48346
NOMINATING PETITIONS NOVEMBER CITY ELECTION
OFFICES OF CITY COUNCIL
Registered voters in the City of the Village of Clarkston will be electing three (3) City Council Members for a two year term at an election to be held on Tuesday, November 8, 2011.
Nominating Petitions for the above-named positions are available from the City Clerk, 375 Depot Road, and are due to be completed and returned to the Clerk on or before 4:00 p.m. on Tuesday, August 16, 2011. Petitions shall be signed by not less than twenty nor more than forty registered electors in the City of the Village of Clarkston.
PETITIONS RECEIVED AFTER 4:00 P.M. AUGUST 16, 2011 CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
Also required is an Affidavit of Identity available from the City Clerk.
Note: Write-in candidates must file a Declaration of Intent, available from the City Clerk no later than 4:00 p.m. on Friday, October 28, 2011.
Please call (248) 625-1559, if there are any questions.
Kelly Richter
City Clerk

The City Of The Village Of Clarkston Board Of Review Will Meet On Tuesday, July 19, 2011 Commencing At 6:00 P.m. Until Business Is Complete, For The Following Reasons:
Changes In Taxable Value Due To A Newly Recognized Ownership Transfer As Provided For Under Mcl 211.27a(3) As Amended By Pa 415 Of 1994 Which Are Treated As Clerical Errors.
Clerical Errors Or Mutual Mistakes Of Fact As Provided Under Mcl 211.53b(1).
Appeals Of “Homestead” Or “Qualified Agricultural Property” By An Owner Of Property Which Qualified On May 1 May Appeal, For The Current Year And The Immediately Preceding Year If The Exemption Was Not On The Tax Roll, As Provided For Under Mcl Sections 211.7cc And 211.7ee As Amended By Pa 237 Of 1994.
Appeals For Poverty Exemption For The Current Year, If The Exemption Was Not Denied By The Previous March Board Of Review, As Provided For Under Mcl Section 211.7u And Amended By Pa 74 Of 1995.
Board Of Review

SYNOPSIS ORDINANCE N0.129-2
AN ORDINANCE TO AMEND THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ZONING ORDINANCE NO. 129 TO CREATE A LIMITED USE OVERLAY DISTRICT WITHIN THE HISTORIC DISTRICT AND RESIDENTIAL DISTRICT.
THE CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON ORDAINS:
Section 1:01, Article II, be amended to add Definitions.
Section 2:01 Article V, R-1 and R-2, One-Family Residential Districts, Section 5.02, Special Land Uses be amended to add the following as Paragraph l:
1. Limited Use Overlay, Subject To The Standards Set Forth in Section 25.10.B.35.
Section 3;01 Article XXV, Special Land Uses, Section 25,10.A, be amended to add the following: 35. Limited Use Overlay (R-1)
Section 4:01 Article XXV, Specific Land Uses, Section 25.10.B, List of Specific Requirements, as amended,
Section 7:01 Severability Clause.
Section 8:01 This Ordinance will become effective 20 days after publication after publication notice of ordinance adoption In a newspaper of general circulation within the City of the Village of Clarkston.
The Ordinance was adopted at the regular meeting of the City of Village of Clarkston City Council on Monday, May 23, 2011. A complete copy of the ordinance Amendment is available for purchasing or copying at the Artemus Pappas City Hall, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston, Michigan, 48346, Monday – Friday 9;00 a.m, to 5;00 P.M.
Kelly M. Richter, City Clerk

clarkston
public notice
city of the village of clarkston
375 depot road
Clarkston, mi 48346
budget hearing
city council
june 13, 2011
7:00 p.m.
notice
A public hearing will be held regarding the 2011-2012 City Budget on June 13, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed 2011-2012 Budget are available for inspection at the City offices, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston MI 48346, during regular office hours after June 7, 2011 or www.villageofclarkston.org.
THE PROPERTY TAX MILLAGE RATE PROPOSED TO BE LEVIED TO SUPPORT THE PROPOSED BUDGET WILL BE SUBMECT OF THIS HEARNG
Kelly Richter
Clerk

clarkston
public notice
city of the village of clarkston
375 depot road
Clarkston, mi 48346
budget hearing
city council
june 13, 2011
7:00 p.m.
notice
A public hearing will be held regarding the 2011-2012 City Budget on June 13, 2011, at 7:00 p.m. Copies of the proposed 2011-2012 Budget are available for inspection at the City offices, 375 Depot Road, Clarkston MI 48346, during regular office hours after June 7, 2011 or www.villageofclarkston.org.
THE PROPERTY TAX MILLAGE RATE PROPOSED TO BE LEVIED TO SUPPORT THE PROPOSED BUDGET WILL BE SUBMECT OF THIS HEARNG
Kelly Richter
Clerk

CITY OF THE VILLAGE OF CLARKSTON
375 Depot Road
CLARKSTON MI 48346
SUMMARY MINUTES
CITY COUNCIL MEETING March 28, 2011
Meeting called to order at 7:01 p.m. by Mayor Luginski followed by the pledge of allegiance.
Roll. Present ? Luginski, Brueck, Bisio, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis
Absent- Hunter
Others Present ? City Manager Ritter
Moved by Brueck supported by Hargis ‘That the Agenda be accepted as presented?. Motion Approved.
Motion from Roth supported to Hargis, ‘to approve the consent agenda, except for the removal of the income statement (for further review). Mayor asked to move the Main Street presentation higher up on the agenda?.
Yes – Luginski, Brueck, Inabnit, Roth, Hargis
No – Bisio
Consent Agenda Approved.
Motion from Inabnit, supported by Brueck, ‘to extend the meeting past nine p.m.?. Motion Approved.
Resolution by Brueck, supported by Inabnit, ‘that the City of the Village of Clarkston cancel the lease on 3 East Church facility at the earliest time permissible under the conditions of the lease terms. The city manager is directed to initiate cancellation action by March 31, 2011.?
Motion by Brueck, supported by Roth, ‘to table the Resolution for 3 East Church?. Motion Approved.
Moved by Roth, supported by Inabnit ‘That the meeting be adjourned?. Motion carried.
The meeting was adjourned