PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE

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COUNCIL MEMBER GABRIELA SANTIAGO-ROMERO, CHAIRPERSON
COUNCIL MEMBER SCOTT BENSON, VICE CHAIRPERSON
COUNCIL MEMBER MARY WATERS
COUNCIL PRESIDENT MARY SHEFFIELD, EX-OFFICIO

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1340 Coleman A. Young Municipal Center (313) 224-3443 Detroit, MI 48226

 

Ms. Cindy Golden

Assistant City Council Committee Clerk


Submitting reso. autho. Contract No. 6004692 - 100% Bond Funding – To Provide Proposal N Demolition for Release Group M5. – Contractor: Salenbien Trucking and Excavating, Inc. – Location: 9217 Ann Arbor Road, Dundee, MI 48131 – Contract Period: Upon City Council Approval through December 31, 2025 – Total Contract Amount: $3,040,696.64. CITY DEMOLITION (BROUGHT BACK AS DIRECTED ON 10-24-22). 

Submitting report relative to  RECOMMENDATION FOR DENIAL for property located at 12719 Gratiot. (A special inspection on June 8, 2021 revealed that the property did not meet the requirements of the application to defer. The property continues to be open to trespass and not maintained. Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the request for deferral be denied.) (BROUGHT BACK AS DIRECTED ON 10-24-22). 

Submitting memorandum relative to Property Management Companies and Rental Certificates of Compliance. (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-17-22)

Submitting memorandum relative to Requesting Financial Assessment for Mom and Pop Lead Abatement. (BROUGHT BACK AS DIRECTED ON 10-3-22)

Submitting memorandum relative to Opinion on Gun warning labels. (BROUGHT BACK AS DIRECTED ON 9-12-22)

Submitting memorandum relative to Requesting an Amendment to Detroit City Code 8-15-82. (BROUGHT BACK AS DIRECTED  ON 9-12-22)

OFFICE OF CONTRACTING AND PROCUREMENT

Contract No. 3059932 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 3051 24th Street. – Contractor: Gayanga Co. – Location: 1120 W Baltimore Suite 200, Detroit, MI 48202 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $34,950.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060269 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 15434 14th Street. – Contractor: DMC Consultants, Inc. – Location: 13500 Foley Street, Detroit, MI 48227 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $29,450.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060272 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 9247 Homer. – Contractor: DMC Consultants, Inc. – Location: 13500 Foley Street, Detroit, MI 48227 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $31,800.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060273 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 19600 Pelkey. – Contractor: DMC Consultants, Inc. – Location: 13500 Foley Street, Detroit, MI 48227 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $34,280.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060378 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 8037 E Grixdale. – Contractor: DMC Consultants, Inc. – Location: 13500 Foley Street, Detroit, MI 48227 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $33,100.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060382 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 18027 Mitchell. – Contractor: DMC Consultants, Inc. – Location: 13500 Foley Street, Detroit, MI 48227 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $32,400.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060573 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Commercial Property, 4550 Michigan. – Contractor: Inner City Contracting, LLC – Location: 18715 Grand River, Detroit, MI 48223 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $58,500.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060574 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Commercial Property, 16038 Schoolcraft. – Contractor: Inner City Contracting, LLC – Location: 18715 Grand River, Detroit, MI 48223 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $36,000.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060384 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 12619 Wilfred. – Contractor: DMC Consultants, Inc. – Location: 13500 Foley Street, Detroit, MI 48227 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $36,850.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060386 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 5326 Bewick. – Contractor: DMC Consultants, Inc. – Location: 13500 Foley Street, Detroit, MI 48227 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $38,500.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060571 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 2226 Hazelwood. – Contractor: Inner City Contracting, LLC – Location: 18715 Grand River, Detroit, MI 48223 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $32,730.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060659 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 2223 Fullerton. – Contractor: Inner City Contracting, LLC – Location: 18715 Grand River, Detroit, MI 48223 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $19,750.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060772 - 100% City Funding – To Provide Demolition Services for a Portion of the Wall to Remove Any Risk of Collapse Located at 9240 E. Forest. – Contractor: Adamo Demolition Company – Location: 320 East Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48203 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $37,538.32. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060947 - 100% City Funding – To Provide the Activation Fee of Seven Hundred (700) New and/or Replacement Radios on the Michigan Public Safety Communications System (MPSCS). – Contractor: State of Michigan – Location: 4000 Collins Road, Lansing, MI 48909 – Contract Period: Upon City Council Approval through December 31, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $175,000.00. POLICE (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060720 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 15392 Fairfield. – Contractor: Gayanga Co. – Location: 1120 W Baltimore Suite 200, Detroit, MI 48202 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $53,103.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060721 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Following Residential Properties, 5694 Stanford and 5709 Stanford. – Contractor: Gayanga Co. – Location: 1120 W Baltimore Suite 200, Detroit, MI 48202 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $40,568.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060722 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 9025 Petoskey. – Contractor: Gayanga Co. – Location: 1120 W Baltimore Suite 200, Detroit, MI 48202 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $54,723.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060730 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 11351 Pinehurst. – Contractor: 3D Wrecking, LLC – Location: 16530 Warwick, Detroit, MI 48219 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $22,475.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060731 - 100% City Funding – To Provide an Emergency Demolition for the Residential Property, 13942 Dacosta. – Contractor: 3D Wrecking, LLC – Location: 16530 Warwick, Detroit, MI 48219 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $23,250.00. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060769 - 100% City Funding – To Provide Installation Services for Steel Plates to Cover Access Points and Remove 80-100 Square Feet of Concrete on the Back Perimeter of the Site Located at 12385 Cloverdale. – Contractor: Adamo Demolition Company – Location: 320 East Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48203 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $9,600.00 CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060777 - 100% City Funding – To Provide Soil Testing Services to Determine the Source of the Odor Located at 12141 Dexter. – Contractor: Adamo Demolition Company – Location: 320 East Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48203 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $17,875.00 CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Contract No. 3060779 - 100% City Funding – To Provide Services to Crack Basement Slab to Create Drainage and Backfill with Limestone Aggregate Located at 3471 Mt. Elliott. – Contractor: Adamo Demolition Company – Location: 320 East Seven Mile Road, Detroit, MI 48203 – Contract Period: Notification of Emergency through October 27, 2023 – Total Contract Amount: $19,180.16. CITY DEMOLITION (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

LAW DEPARTMENT

To amend Chapter 18 of the 2019 Detroit City Code, Fire Prevention and Protection, by amending Article I, Detroit Fire Prevention and Protection Guide, by renaming Division 10, from “Storage of Scrap Tires in Outdoor Collection Sites” to “Storage of Scrap Tires in Indoor and Outdoor Collection Sites,” by amending Section 18-1-181, Definitions, Section 18-1-183, Unauthorized storage of scrap tires in outdoor collection sites prohibited, Section 18-1-185, Permit requirement, and Section 18-1-194, Fence requirements, and by renaming and amending Section 18-1-188, from “Stacking requirements” to “Stacking and storage requirements” to model state law in the regulation of storage of less than 500 scrap tires in outdoor collection sites, to bring the City Code into compliance with state law, and other technical amendments. (FOR INTRODUCTION AND SETTING OF A PUBLIC HEARING?) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

To amend Chapter 41 of the 2019 Detroit City Code,Secondhand Goods, by amending Article I, Junk Dealers, Junk Vehicles, and Junk Collectors, Division 2, Generally, Section 4-1-3, Enclosed building or masonry wall required, Section 41-1-4, Condition of premises generally, Section 41-1-5, Pledges, pawns, and loans prohibited, Section 41-1-6, Records to be kept; examination of certain articles by Police Department or designated enforcement officer; exceptions, Section 41-1-7, Junk purchased or exchanged; exceptions; retention and tagging; automated recycling kiosk; storage and retention; preparation and delivery of record of purchases and exchanges; burden of proof, Section 41-4-12, Recording surveillance system required, and by renaming and amending Section 41-1-9, Business transactions prohibited during certain hours, by amending Article IV, Scrap Metal Dealers, Division 1, Generally, Section 41-4-3, Enclosed building or masonry wall required and Section 41-4-4, Condition of premises generally, by adding Section 41-4-15, Recording surveillance system required, by amending Division 2, License, by adding Section 41-4-31, Surety bond required, by amending Article VI, Used Motor Vehicle Dealers, Used Vehicle Parts Dealers, and Automotive Dismantling and Wrecking Yards, Division 2, Used Motor Vehicles, Subdivision I, Generally, by amending Section 41-6-21, Minimum size of premises; curb cuts and surfacing; permanent building required; separation from adjoining property, and adding Section 41-6-25, Recording surveillance system required, by amending Division 4, Automobile Dismantling and Wrecking Yards, Subdivision I, Generally, by amending Section 41-6-101, Enclosed building, fence, or wall required, Section 41-6-102, Condition of premises generally, and by adding Section 41-6-106, Business transactions prohibited during certain hours, and Section 41-6-107, Loitering by minors prohibited, and by adding Article VIII, Used Tires Sales and Service, Scrap Tire Storage, and Scrap Tire Processing, to include Division 1, Generally, containing Section 41-8-1, Misdemeanor violation; continuing violation; penalties for conviction thereof, Section 41-8-2, Enclosed building, fence, or wall required, Section 41-8-3, Conditions of premises generally, Section 41-8-4, Pledges, pawns, and loans prohibited, Section 41-8-5, Records to be kept, Section 41-8-6, Exhibition of parts to police, Section 41-8-7, Use of streets, sidewalks, other parts of public highways, and non-designated property prohibited, Section 41-8-8, Business transactions prohibited during certain times, Section 41-8-9, Loitering by minors prohibited, Division 2, Used Tires Sales and Service Business License, to include Section 41-8-21, Required, Section 41-8-22, Application; information required, Section 41-8-23, Establishment, approval, publication, and payment of annual fee, Section 41-8-24, Inspection and certification of approval; land use; construction requirements; maintenance, fire protection and safety, and health and sanitation requirements, Section 41-8-25, Investigation by Police Department required to confirm non-conviction of certain crimes, Section 41-8-26, Investigation by Office of Chief Financial Officer required to confirm no City tax or assessment arrearage, Section 41-8-27, Buildings, Safety Engineering, and Environmental Department Business License Center to take action upon application, Section 41-8-28, Posting required; non-transferable, Section 41-8-29, Expiration date and renewal requirements, and Section 41-8-30, Suspension, revocation, or denial of renewal, and Division 3, Scrap Tire Storage Business License containing Section 41-8-41, Required, Section 41-8-42, Application; information required, Section 41-8-43, Establishment, approval, publication, and payment of annual fee, Section 41-8-44, Inspection and certification of approval; land use; construction requirements; maintenance, fire protection and safety, and health and sanitation requirements, Section 41-8-45, Investigation by Police Department required to confirm non-conviction of certain crimes, Section 41-8-46, Investigation by Office of Chief Financial Officer required to confirm no City tax or assessment arrearage, Section 41-8-47, Buildings, Safety Engineering, and Environmental Department Business License Center to take action upon application, Section 41-8-48, Posting required; non-transferable, Section 41-8-49, Expiration date and renewal requirements, and Section 41-8-50, Suspension, revocation, or denial of renewal, and Division 4, Scrap Tire Processing and Recycling Business License containing Section 41-8-61, Required, Section 41-8-62, Application; information required, Section 41-8-63, Establishment, approval, publication, and payment of annual fee, Section 41-8-64, Inspection and certification of approval; land use; construction requirements; maintenance, fire protection and safety, and health and sanitation requirements, Section 41-8-65, Investigation by Police Department required to confirm non-conviction of certain crimes, Section 41-8-66, Investigation by Office of Chief Financial Officer required to confirm no City tax or assessment arrearage, Section 41-8-67, Buildings, Safety Engineering, and Environmental Department Business License Center to take action upon application, Section 41-8-68, Posting required; non-transferable, Section 41-8-69, Expiration date and renewal requirements, and Section 41-8-70, Suspension, revocation, or denial of renewal, to provide for more robust licensing of certain businesses and to require a business license for other businesses. (FOR INTRODUCTION AND SETTING OF A PUBLIC HEARING?) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

To amend Chapter 46 of the 2019 Detroit City Code,Traffic and Vehicles, Article II, Enforcement, Division 5, Towing, by adding Subdivision D, Towing Service Storage Yard, to be divided into two parts with Part 1, Generally, containing Section 46-2-131, Fence or wall required, Section 46-2-132, Conditions of premises generally, Section 46-2-133, Use of streets, sidewalks, other parts of public highways, and non-designated property prohibited, and Part 2, License, containing Section 46-2-141, Required, Section 46-2-142, Application; information required, Section 46-2-143, Establishment, approval, publication, and payment of annual fee, Section 46-2-144, Inspection and certification of approval; land use; construction requirements; maintenance, fire protection and safety, and health and sanitation requirements, Section 46-2-145, Investigation by Police Department required to confirm non-conviction of certain crimes, Section 46-2-146, Investigation by Office of Chief Financial Officer required to confirm no City tax or assessment arrearage, Section 46-2-147, Buildings, Safety Engineering, and Environmental Department Business License Center to take action upon application, Section 46-2-148, Posting required; non-transferable, Section 46-2-149, Expiration date and renewal requirements, and Section 46-2-150, Suspension, revocation, or denial of renewal, to provide to regulation and licensing of tow storage yards in the City of Detroit. (FOR INTRODUCTION AND SETTING OF A PUBLIC HEARING?) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

To amend Chapter 47 of the 2019 Detroit City Code Transportation for Hire, by adding Article X, Electric Personal Mobility Devices, Division 1, Generally, Section 47-10-1, Definitions, Section 47-10-2, Administration and enforcement, Section 47-10-3, Responsibility for violations, Section 47-10-4, Violations; administrative remedies permitted, Section 47-10-5, Registry and reporting of alleged violations, and Section 47-10-6, Abandonment, obstruction, removal, storage, and disposition, Division 2, Shared Mobility Permits, Section 47-10-11, Permit required, Section 47-10-12, Permit fee, Section 47-10-13, Permit term, effective date, and expiration, Section 47-10-14, Issuance of permits, Section 47-10-15, Promulgation of parameters and minimum requirements for evaluation of shared mobility permit applications, and Section 4710-16, Application for permit, Division 3, Responsibilities of Owners of Shared Fleets and Operators of Electric Personal Mobility Devices, Section 47-10-31, Digital platform, Section 4710-32, Customer support services, Section 47-10-33, Identification, maintenance, and repair, Section 47-10-34, Deployment, Section 47-10-35, Geofencing, Section 47-10-36, Interference with other shared mobility permittees, Section 47-10-37, Operator education; community engagement; participation in mobility initiatives, Section 47-10-38, Data sharing, Section 47-10-39, Insurance requirements, and Section 47-10-40, Indemnity, and Division 4, Technical, Operational, and Parking Standards for Shared Electric Personal Mobility Devices, Section 47-10-51, Applicability, Section 47-10-52, Construction and maintenance standards, Section 47-10-53, Displays of information, Section 47-10-54, Geolocation, Section 47-10-55, Mobility as a service accessibility, Section 47-10-56, Remote or automatic incapacitation, Section 47-10-57, Approved areas of operation; restrictions, Section 47-10-58, Temporary suspension of operations by Director, Section 47-10-59, Operation in compliance with traffic laws and other safety requirements, and Section 47-10-60, Shared electric personal mobility device parking standards, to require permitting for making shared electric personal mobility devices available for hire and to establish technical, operational, and parking standards for such shared electric personal mobility devices. (FOR INTRODUCTION AND SETTING OF A PUBLIC HEARING?) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

To amend Chapter 8 of the 2019 Detroit City Code, Building Construction and Property Maintenance, Article XV, Property Maintenance Code by amending Section 8-15-11, Civil fines for violation of article, and Section 8-15-49, Costs of abatement; collection of costs for City abatement of public nuisances, to provide for increased fines for non-compliance and to identify collection methods to be used by the City for unpaid costs of abatement. (FOR INTRODUCTION AND SETTING OF A PUBLIC HEARING?) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

To amend Chapter 9 of the 2019 Detroit City Code, Car Washes, by renaming the Chapter from “Car Washes” to “Car Washes and Motor Vehicle Service;” by dividing the chapter into two divisions with Division 1, Generally, containing an amended Section 9-1-1, Definitions, an amended Section 9-1-3, Responsibility of owner or operator, and an amended Section 9-1-4, Hours of operation, and by adding Division 2, Motor Vehicle Service Business, to include Subdivision A, Generally, containing Section 9-1-21, Enclosed building, fence or wall required, Section 9-1-22, Conditions of premises generally, Section 9-1-23, Use of streets, sidewalks, other parts of public highways, and non-designated property prohibited, and to include Subdivision B, License, to include Section 9-1-31, Required, Section 9-1-32, Application; information required, Section 9-1-33, Establishment, approval, publication, and payment of annual fee, Section 9-1-34, Inspection and certification of approval; land use; construction requirements; maintenance, fire protection and safety, and health and sanitation requirements, Section 9-1-35, Investigation by Police Department required to confirm non-conviction of certain crimes, Section 9-1-36, Investigation by Office of Chief Financial Officer required to confirm no City tax or assessment arrearage, Section 9-1-37, Buildings, Safety Engineering, and Environmental Department Business License Center to take action upon application, Section 9-1-38, Posting required; non-transferable, Section 9-1-39, Expiration date and renewal requirement, and Section 9-1-40, Suspension, revocation, or denial of renewal, to require that all car washes and motor vehicle service businesses that do business in the City of Detroit are regulated and are required to have a City business license. (FOR INTRODUCTION AND SETTING OF PUBLIC HEARING?) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

BUILDINGS, SAFETY, ENGINEERING & ENVIRONMENTAL DEPARTMENT

Recommendation for Deferral - 14296 Glenwood. (A special inspection conducted on September 19, 2022,  revealed that the building is secured and appears to be sound and repairable.  The owner has paid all taxes and is current.  The proposed use of the property is owner's use and occupancy.  This is the 1st deferral request for this property.  Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the demolition order be DEFERRED for a period of six months.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Recommendation for Deferral - 14299 Fordham. (A special inspection conducted on September 19, 2022,  revealed that the building is secured and appears to be sound and repairable.  The owner has paid all taxes and is current.  The proposed use of the property is owner's use and occupancy.  This is the 1st deferral request for this property.  Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the demolition order be DEFERRED for a period of six months.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Recommendation for Deferral - 5505 Vandyke. (A special inspection conducted on August 24, 2022 revealed that the building is secured and appears to be sound and repairable.  The owner has paid all taxes and is current.  The proposed use of the property is owner's use and occupancy.  This is the 1st deferral request for this property.  Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the demolition order be DEFERRED for a period of six months.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Recommendation for Deferral - 16194 Brammell. (A special inspection conducted on April 13, 2022, revealed that the building is secured and appears to be sound and repairable.  The owner has paid all taxes and is current.  The proposed use of the property is owner's use and occupancy.  This is the 1st deferral request for this property.  Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the demolition order be DEFERRED for a period of six months.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Recommendation for Deferral - 18036 Schoenherr. (A special inspection conducted on September 19, 2022, revealed that the building is secured and appears to be sound and repairable.  The owner has paid all taxes and is current.  The proposed use of the property is owner's use and occupancy.  This is the 1st deferral request for this property.  Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the demolition order be DEFERRED for a period of six months.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Recommendation for Deferral - 5278 Dickerson. (A special inspection conducted on September 19, 2022 revealed that the building is secured and appears to be sound and repairable.  The owner has paid all taxes and is current.  The proposed use of the property is owner's use and occupancy.  This is the 1st deferral request for this property.  Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the demolition order be DEFERRED for a period of six months.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Recommendation for Deferral - 7490 St. Mary’s. (A special inspection conducted on September 19, 2022, revealed that the building is secured and appears to be sound and repairable.  The owner has paid all taxes and is current.  The proposed use of the property is owner's use and occupancy.  This is the 1st deferral request for this property.  Therefore, we respectfully recommend that the demolition order be DEFERRED for a period of six months.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

OFFICE OF CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER/OFFICE OF DEVELOPMENT AND GRANTS

Request to Accept and Appropriate a cash donation for the Health Department Block Party.  (Wayne Metro Community Action Agency has awarded a cash donation to the City of Detroit Health Department, in the amount of $2,000.00, for the Health Department Block Party. There is no match requirement for this donation.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Request to Accept and Appropriate the FY 2022 Section 5307 Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) - Bus Replacement Grant. (The Federal Transit Administration has awarded the City of Detroit Department of Transportation (DDOT) with the FY 2022 Section 5307 Congestion Mitigation Air Quality (CMAQ) - Bus Replacement Grant, in the amount of $5,092,000.00. There is a required State match for the award, from the Michigan Department of Transportation, in the amount of $1,273,000.00. The total Federal and State award amount is $6,365,000.00. There is no local match requirement. The total project cost is $6,365,000.00.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

The Detroit Public Safety Foundation request to accept the Drive to Thrive Grant. (General Motors has awarded the Detroit Public Safety Foundation (DPSF) with the Drive to Thrive Grant for a total of $125,000.00. There is no match requirement for this grant. The total project cost is $125,000.00.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Request to Accept and Appropriate the Expanding the Public Health Workforce Grant. (The Michigan Developmental Disabilities Council has awarded the City of Detroit Health Department with the Expanding the Public Health Workforce Grant for a total of $47,660.00. There is no match requirement. The total project cost is $47,660.00.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Request to Accept and Appropriate the FY 2023 Pedestrian & Bicycle Overtime Enforcement Grant. (The Michigan State Police has awarded the City of Detroit Police Department with the FY 2023 Pedestrian & Bicycle Overtime Enforcement Grant for a total of $50,000.00. The State share is $50,000.00 of the approved amount, and there is a required cash match of $12,500.00. The total project cost is $62,500.00. The grant was adopted in the FY 2023 budget in the amount of $62,346.00. The grant was awarded at a higher amount than was budgeted. We are requesting to increase appropriation 21069, in the amount of $154.00, in order to reflect the total project cost of $62,500.00.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Authorization to submit a grant application to the Federal Railroad Administration for the FY 2022 Railroad Crossing Elimination Program Grant. (The Department of Public Works is hereby requesting authorization from Detroit City Council to submit a grant application to the Federal Railroad Administration for the FY 2022 Railroad Crossing Elimination Program Grant. The amount being sought is $800,000.00. The Federal share is 80 percent or $800,000.00 of the requested amount and there is a required cash match of 20 percent or $200,000.00. The total project cost is $1,000,000.00.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Authorization to submit a grant application to the U.S. Department of Transportation for the FY 2022 Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4D) Grant Program.  (The Department of Public Works is hereby requesting authorization from Detroit City Council to submit a grant application to the U.S. Department of Transportation for the FY 2022 Safe Streets and Roads for All (SS4A) Grant Program. The amount being sought is $30,000,000.00. The Federal share is 80 percent or $30,000,000.00 of the requested amount and there is a required cash match of 20 percent or $7,500,000.00. The total project cost is $37,500,000.00.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

LEGISLATIVE POLICY DIVISION

Report on Short Term Rental Ordinance.  (Legislative policy Division (LPD) has been requested by Council Member Angela Whitfield-Calloway to provide a report with regard to implementing an ordinance addressing Short Term Rentals regulating them under a licensing scheme through the Building Safety, Engineering and Environmental Department’s (BSEED) Business Licensing Division. LPD submits the following.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS/CITY ENGINEERING DIVISION

Petition of Lafayette Acquisition Partners, LLC (#2022-312), request for encroachment within the utility easements contained within the site parcel commonly known as 1401 Rivard Street for the purpose of installed below grade irrigation. (Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DSWD) reports being involved, but they have no objection provided the DWSD encroachment provisions are followed.  The DWSD provisions have been made a part of the resolution.  All other involved City Departments, including the Public Lighting Authority and Public Lighting Department; also privately owned utility companies have reported no objections to the encroachment.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Petition of Department of Public Works - City Engineering Division (#935), request to dedicate the following public right-of-way at the eastern portion of McDougall from Wight to its southern terminus. (All other City Departments and utilities have reported no objections to the proposed right-of-way dedication.) (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

Petition of Southwest Housing Solution (#2022-313), request to vacate to utility easement the public alley bounded by Junction Avenue, Buchanan Street, 33rd Street, and Jackson Street. (Detroit Water and Sewerage Department (DSWD) has no objection provided certain provisions are met.  The DWSD provisions have been made a part of the resolution. All other involved City Departments, and privately owned utility companies have reported no objections.)

MISCELLANEOUS

Submitting memorandum relative to Remove Privilege Tobacco Opinion Memorandums dated October 17, 2022 and August 16, 2021.  (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22).  

Submitting memorandum relative to Blight Tickets and other housing violations assessed against properties held by Munoz Realty. (REFERRED TO THE PUBLIC HEALTH AND SAFETY STANDING COMMITTEE ON 10-31-22). 

  1. 3875 33rd
  2. 19301 ALBION
  3. 14425 ALMA
  4. 5585 BEACONSFIELD
  5. 3477 BEDFORD
  6. 18050 BINDER
  7. 8823 BIRWOOD
  8. 12134 BRAILE
  9. 9111 BURNETTE
  10. 6139 BURNS
  1. 6026 CASMERE
  2. 12670 CHAREST
  3. 4883 CHATSWORTH
  4. 3322 CLEMENTS
  5. 3204 CONCORD
  6. 14390 COYLE
  7. 21570 W DAVISON
  8. 14534 DOLPHIN
  9. 7030 ELMHURST
  10. 16208 FENTON
  1. 13802 GLENWOOD
  2. 18630 GOULBURN
  3. 5147 HARDING
  4. 14965 LAPPIN
  5. 16215 LANORE
  6. 14932 LIBERAL
  7. 5009 LILLIBRIDGE
  8. 19937 LUMPKIN
  9. 7767 MANSFEILD
  10. 4819 MCCLELLAN
  1. 7500 MICHIGAN
  2. 13460 MOENART
  3. 15347 MONTE VISTA
  4. 13166 MONTVILLE
  5. 2484 PARKER
  6. 14536 PATTON
  7. 15326 PRINCETON
  8. 17727 PURITAN
  9. 13347 ROSEMARY
  10. 19194 ROSEMONT
  1. 19953 SALEM
  2. 18876 ST AUBIN
  3. 18900 ST MARYS
  4. 19446 STAHELIN
  5. 15000 STANSBIRY
  6. 2440 TAYLOR
  7. 4089 TYLER
  8. 11723 WARD
  9. 9381 WHITCOMB
  10. 15703 WOODINGHAM
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