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APPi::OVU) 2013 JUN 18
APPi::OVU)
JUN 18 2013
MICHIGAN STATE
ADMINISTRATive BOARD
Lansing, Michigan
June 4,2013
A regular meeting of the State Administrative Board was held in the Lake Superior Room,
1st Floor, Michigan Library and Historical Center, on Tuesday, June 4,2013, at 11 :00 a.m.
Present:
Mike Gadola, Legal Counsel, representing Rick Snyder, Governor,
Chairperson
Nat Forstner, Chief of Staff, representing Brian Calley, Lt. Governor
Rose Jarois, Director, Department Services Administration, representing
Ruth Johnson, Secretary of State
Michael Reilly, Assistant Attorney General, representing Bill Schuette, Attorney
General
Melissa Castro, Assistant Deputy Treasurer, representing Andy Dillon, State
Treasurer
Myron Frierson, Bureau Director, Finance & Administration, representing Kirk
T. Steudle, Director, Department of Transportation
Sherry Bond, Secretary
Absent:
Michael P. Flanagan, Superintendent of Public Instruction
Others Present:
Pat Mullen, Janet Rouse, TeAnn Smith, Shelby Troub, Department of Technology,
Management and Budget; Bill Rottlers, Department of Transportation
1.
CALL TO ORDER:
Mr. Gadola called the meeting to order and led the Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag.
2.
READING OF MINUTES OF PRECEDING MEETING AND APPROVAL
THEREOF:
Ms, Jarois moved to approve the minutes ofthe regular meeting of May 21,2013.
Supported by Mr. Reilly, the motion was unanimously adopted.
3.
HEARING OF CITIZENS ON MATTERS FALLING UNDER JURISDICTION OF THE
BOARD:
NONE
4.
COMMUNICATIONS:
None
June 4, 2013 No.2
5.
UNFINISHED BUSINESS:
None
6.
NEW BUSINESS:
RETENTION AND DISPOSAL SCHEDULES
LANSING COMMUNITY COLLEGE,
Finance, Advancement, and Administration, Associate Vice
President's Office - External Affairs & Development, 6/4/2013
Finance, Advancement, and Administration, LCC Foundation,
6/4/2013
SCHOOLCRAFT COLLEGE, Student Services Division, 6/4/2013
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH, EMS and Trauma Systems, 6/4/2013
DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION, Office of Professional Preparation,
6/4/2013
LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL,
Legislative Retirement System, 6/4/2013
Michigan Commission on Intergovernmental Relations, 6/4/2013
Ms. Jarois moved to approve the Retention and Disposal Schedules. Supported by Mr.
Forstner, the motion was unanimously adopted.
7.
REPORTS AND RECOMMENDATIONS OF COMMITIEES:
(Please see the follOWing pages)
APPROVED
June 4,2013
Michigan State
Administrative Board
June 4, 2013 No.3
COMMITTEE REPORT TO THE
STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
The Honorable Rick Snyder, Governor
and
Members of the State Administrative Board
A regular meeting of the Building Committee was held at 11:00 a.m.
on May 28, 2013. Those present being:
Chairperson:
Melissa Castro, representing
State Treasurer Dillon
Member:
Elizabeth Clement, representing
Governor Snyder
Member:
Jerrell Leonard, representing
Lt. Governor Calley
Others:
Frank Monticello, Michael Reilly, Department of Attorney General;
Tom Hoane, Jennifer Huhn, Department of Natural Resources; William
Kordenbrock, Department of State; Sherry Bond, Janet Rouse, TeAnn
Smith, Department of Technology, Management and Budget; Bill
Rottiers, Department of Transportation
Ms. Castro called the meeting to order.
The Building Committee Regular Agenda was presented.
Following discussion, Ms. Clement moved that the Regular Agenda be
recommended to the State Administrative Board for approval. Supported
by Ms. Leonard, the motion was unanimously adopted.
Ms. Castro adjourned the meeting.
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June 4, 2013 No.4
AGENDA
BUILDING COMMITTEE I STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
May 28, 20131 June 4, 2013
11:00 AM. lake Superior Room 1" Fioor
Michigan library and Historical Center
This agenda is for general informational purposes only. At its discretion, the Building
Committee may revise this agenda and may take up other issues at the meeting.
AWARD OF CONSTRUCTION CONTRACT
1. DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT AND BUDGET,
DIMONDALE - Secondary Governmental Complex, Energy Center - Cooling
Tower Replacement, Phase 3
File No. 071/13033.DCS -Index No. 43204 - Contract No. Y 13220
Recommended Contract Award: EVR Incorporated, Okemos; $3,085,000.00
Description and Justification
The purpose of this contract is to provide for the complete demolition, removal, and
replacement of the two (2) original cooling towers and associated structural, piping, and
electrical scope at the State Secondary Governmental Complex, Energy Center. These
two (2) existing cooling towers are an integral part of the overall chilled water system
serving the entire State Secondary Governmental Complex. The cooling towers have
reached their useful operating life and require replacement.
Funding Source
100% Agency Operating Funds - BOC
2. DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS, GRAND RAPIDSGrand Rapids Home for Veterans - Exterior Window Replacement
File No. 511/12303.GAG - Index No. 65000 - Contract No. Y 13221
Recommended Contract Award: DAV Carrier Group, LLC, Hickory Corners;
$967,000.00
Description and Justification
The purpose of this contract is to remove and replace specified windows and doors in
the four floors of the McLeish, Main-1/Courtyard, Chapel, and Connector Way buildings
at the Grand Rapids Home for Veterans. This includes new window openings with new
steel lintels and steel columns in the dining/day rooms on the second, third, and fourth,
floors of the McLeish BUilding necessary to meet window square footage requirements
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in members' areas. This project will involve replacing approximately 450 windows of
varying sizes and configurations throughout the included facilities.
All windows units are to be sealed and insulated, with thermally broken and internally
reinforced extruded aluminum framing, and low "E" tinted or reflective glazing.
Funding Source
100% Agency Operating Funds
3. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION, DETROIT - Detroit (Greyhound) Bus
Terminal - Renovation Project
File No. 591/13105.AGY -Index No. 75600· Contract No. Y 13345
Low Responsive Bidder: Freedom Contracting Group, LLC, New Hudson;
$320,350.00
Description and Justification
The purpose of this contract is to renovate the existing restrooms, lobby seating and
baggage storage areas, retro-fit the existing light fixtures to accept LED bulbs, provide
landscape stone, and bituminous parking lot resurfacing. This work will provide ADA
code compliance, reduced maintenance and operational costs, and for preserve the
interigty of the facility.
Funding Source
100% Trunkline Funds
4. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, HOllY - Holly Recreation AreaCampground and Day Use Road Restoration - Phase I
File No. 751/12181.BDW -Index No. 59700 - Contract No. Y 13222
Recommended Contract Award: Service Disabled Qualified Veteran General
Contracting, Inc., Eaton Rapids; $830,440.00
Description and Justification
The purpose of this contract is to repave sections of the campground loops, demolish
and reconstruct the sanitation station, repave the sections of the day use area
roadways/parking and construct a second (back) entrance drive. The existing
pavement is in poor to very poor condition, in some locations, it was milled back to
gravel. The poor roadbed requires significant maintenance and causes drivers to leave
their lane to avoid damaged road edges. The existing sanitation station does not
provide for efficient staging of vehicles and causes significant delays and traffic
backups. The proposed second entrance at the back of the campground will provide for
the elimination of three quarters of a mile of campground road and better control of the
traffic to the Wildwood Lake Camper Cabins.
Funding Source
100% State Parks Repair and Maintenance Funds
5. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, SPRING ARBOR - Spring
Arbor Wash N' Dry Site - Source Area Removal
File No. 761/13037.BDH -Index No. 44401 - Contract No. Y 13223
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Recommended Contract Award: Ripman Construction Company, Inc., St. Helen;
$899,257.50
Purpose/Business Case
The purpose of this contract is to have the source of contamination removed from this
leaking underground storage tank site. The selected contractor wil/excavate and
dispose of approximately 6,000 tons of soil contaminated with dry cleaning solvents. An
estimated 250,000 gal/ons of groundwater will have to be collected and removed from
the site by dewatering. The contractor will also furnish and place backfill in the
excavation and otherwise restore the site. The work is needed to comply with the
environmental regulations and protect public health, safety and welfare of the
environment.
Funding Source
100% Strategic Water Quality Initiative Funds
MODIFICATIONS TO PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CONTRACTS
6. DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES, WATERFORD - Dodge No.4
State Park - Boating Access Site Circulation, Parking and Accessibility
File No. 751/09294.JAN - Index No. 59090 - Contract No. Y 09387
Beckett and Raeder, Inc., Ann Arbor; Modification No.3, Increase $34,901.61
Description and Justification
The purpose of this modification is to include permitting, prepare construction
documents for the preferred beach erosion solution as a single phase and reallocate
funds. The beach has eroded and based on the previous study a long term stabilization
solution has been selected for implementation.
Funding Source
100% Waterway Funds
Base Contract
Modification No.1
$68,950.00 Provide professional architectural and
engineering design services to develop
contract documents for the boating
access site parking areas, driveways,
fishing pier and boat launch at Dodge
No.4 State Park.
Approved Director's Aaenda 09/18/09
$48,428.05 Provide professional architectural
and/or engineering services for
developing 'Concept G', as prepared by
the Department of Natural Resources,
with comparison to the day-use
roadway modifications proposed
previously by the conSUltant, both
expanding the geographic scope and
magnitude of the proiect.
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Modification No.2
Modification No.3
Total Contract
Approved Director's Agenda 02/25/11
$82,858.24 Provide professional architectural
and/or engineering services for the
immediate and short term stabilization
of the beach resulting from erosion;
provide study and schematic design for
the long term solution relating to the
beach erosion; and provide
construction adm inistration for the
original boating access site portion of
the project and the short term shoreline
stabilization component.
Approved Director's Agenda 02/10/12
$34,901.61 See iustification above
$235,137.61
7. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, REED CITY - Andy's
Standard Site - Groundwater Monitoring
File No. 761/10307.SAR -Index No. 44301 - Contract No. Y10246
The Mannik & Smith Group, Inc., Canton; Modification No.3, Increase
$102,158.55
ISIO No. 00285 - Assignment No. 11
Description and Justification
The purpose of this modification is to install additional monitoring wells, conduct in-situ
chemical oxidation (ISCO) pilot test, and provide quarterly groundwater sampling and
reporting. Previous investigations have confirmed the presence of a dissolved phase
petroleum groundwater plume at the site. The original assignment and SUbsequent
modifications were to delineate the nature and extent of contamination and identify the
most effective remediation technology. It was concluded that additional
investigation/monitoring and a pilot study are needed for the site. Under this
modification, the professional will redevelop the purge well, replace the pump well,
install three new monitoring wells, conduct three injection events of an ISCO reagent
and perform eight quarterly groundwater monitoring events. The work is needed to
comply with the environmental regulations and protect pUblic health, safety and welfare
of the environment.
Funding Source
100% Refined Petroleum Funds
Base Contract
$10,997.93 Provide professional architectural
and/or engineering services for
quarterly groundwater monitoring.
Previous investigations have confirmed
the presence of a dissolved phase
petroleum groundwater plume at the
site and a groundwater treatment
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Modification No.1
Modification No.2
Modification No.
Total Contract
system was installed at the site to clean
up the contamination. The professional
will conduct groundwater sampling,
monitoring and analysis and will
evaluate the results to determine if
additional active remediation is
necessary.
Approved Director's Aaenda 07/02/10
$54,533.10 Provide environmental investigation.
Previous investigations have confirmed
the presence of a dissolved phase
petroleum groundwater plume at the
site. A groundwater treatment system
was installed to clean up the
contamination. The professional will
perform soil and groundwater
investigation, conduct monthly
inspections of the treatment system and
prepare reports to comply with the
environmental regUlations.
Approved Director's Aoenda 04/22/11
$64,243.00 Provide for a focused feasibility study
and pilot study services. Previous
investigations have confirmed the
presence of a dissolved phase
petroleum groundwater plume at the
site. A groundwater treatment system
was installed at the site to control
downgradient plume and clean up the
contamination. The professional will
evaluate in situ chemical oxidation and
air sparging, as remedial options to
address remaining contamination.
Approved Director's AQenda 12/02/11
$102,158.55 See justificaiton above
$231,932.48
8. DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY, TRAVERSE CITY - Stop N
Shop Site - Remedial Investigation
File No. 761/12059.SAR - Index No. 44301 - Contract No. Y12040
Global Remediation Technologies, Inc., Traverse City; Modification No.2,
Increase $61,535.02
ISID No. 320 - Assignment No.1
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Description and Justification
The purpose of this modification is to extend the operation and maintenance of the
remediation contract twelve months to remove contamination that has proved to be
greater in amount than originally anticipated. The professional will provide operation and
maintenance of the remediation system, prepare monthly progress reports to be
delivered to the Department of Environmental Quality, and furnish eight more activated
carbon replacements during the term. The professional will move the remediation
system out of the way of a demolition event planned for June of 2013 and set it back up
after the demolition. Finally, the professional will perform a soil sampling event to
provide data for closure, produce a closure report, permanently close the twelve soil
vapor extraction wells and three monitor wells, and demobilize the remediation system.
The work is needed to comply with the environmental regulations and protect public
health, safety and welfare ofthe environment.
Funding Source
100% Refined Petroleum Funds
Base Contract
Modification No.1
Modification No.2
Total Contract
$118,337.54 Provide environmental investigation
services. The site operated as a
gasoline station with six underground
storage tanks with two releases
discovered during their removal. The
professional will conduct an
environmental investigation to define
the vertical and horizontal extent of
contamination, perform initial response
actions to protect the environment and
prepare reports to comply with the
environmental regUlations.
Approved Director's Agenda 11/10/11
$41,378.49 Provide for additional remedial
investigation and pilottest
implementation services. The
professional will install monitoring/soil
vapor extraction wells and continue
pilot test operation to determine the
most cost effective remediation option.
Approved Director's Agenda 03/02/12
$61,636.02 See iustification above
$221,352.05
REVISIONS TO CONSTRUCTION CONTRACTS
9. DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY AND VETERANS AFFAIRS, JACOBETII
VETERANS HOME - Bath, Shower Room, HVAC Renovations - Marquette
File No. 511/09345.RAA -Index No. 85000· Contract No. Y11132
Closner Construction and Sales, Marquette; CCO No.7, Increase $37,174.88
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Description and Justification
The purpose of this change order is to provide upgrades to the facility's chapel
entrance. This change will update the lighting, HVAC, entrance door, interior wall and
flooring systems to accommodate current operational requirements and program goals
to create a less institutional living environment. This change will also provide for safe
ADA compliant egress and assure compliance with all Fire Safety and LARA Codes.
Funding Source
100% Veterans Administration Grant Funds
Base Contract
$269,200.00 Renovate four existing bath/shower
rooms, and replace an outdated OX
cooling system with a chilled water
system.
Change Order NO.1
$33,911.56
Change Order NO.2
Change Order No.3
$13,702.54
$49,612.20
Change Order NO.4
Change Order NO.5
Change Order No.6
Change Order NO.7
$6,598.24
$4,961.02
$12,291.45
$37,174.88
Total Contract
Approved State Ad Bd Agenda
05/03/11
76% Field Condition, 16% Design
Omission, and 8% Scope Change
100% Field Condition
69% Design Omission, 26% Field
Condition, and 5% Scope Change
100% Scope Change
100% Field Condition
100% Scope Change
100% Scope Change
See iustification above
$427,451.89
ADDENDUM TO LEASE FOR PRIVATE PROPERTY
10. DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION (MOOT), BRIGHTON - Addendum No.
1 to Lease No.1 0483 approved by the State Administrative Board on March 4,
2008, between Fonda Place Partners, LTD, 4132 Marsh Trail, Milford, Michigan
48380, as Lessor, and the State of Michigan by the Department of Technology,
Management and Budget for the Department of Transportation, as Lessee, for
10,867 square feet of space located at 10321 East Grand River, Suite 500
Brighton, Michigan, 48116. This Addendum provides for adding one 5-year
renewal option. This Addendum is effective upon obtaining State Administrative
Board approval and required signatures and continues to the termination date of
March 31, 2018, or any extension. The annual per square foot rental rate for this
space beginning Apri/1, 2013, is $17.00 ($15,394.92 per month). There are midterm rent increases of approximately 3% each year for four years. This rate does
not include electricity, janitorial or replacement of florescent lighting. This Lease
contains a Standard cancellation clause with 90 days notice. The Attorney
General has approved this Addendum as to legal form.
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Purpose/Business Case:
This is a renewal of current leased space utilized by MDOT and continues to meet their
needs. The operation of this site is a Transportation Service Center, which requires
easy access and parking suitable for tractor-trailers for licensing and permit activities.
Benefit:
This space includes the Brighton Transportation Service Center as well as conference
room areas which MDOT uses as a mid-point meeting place for the Southeast and MidMichigan region. The rental rates are within current market rates for this space.
Source of Funds:
91 % Restricted Funds
9% General Funds
Commitment Level:
Non-approval of this lease will hinder the Department from providing uninterrupted
service; or from providing a meeting place midpoint between the southeast and midMichigan regions which will save commuting distance, time, and money.
Zip Code:
48116
LICENSE AGREEMENT
11. The Department of Technology, Management and Budget (DTMB), recommends
that the State Administrative Board, under authority of the Management and
Budget Act, 1984 PA 431, MCl 18.1221, grant a non-member revocable license
(License) to the Midland County Central Dispatch Authority (Licensee), for the
installation, operation, and maintenance of the Licensee's fire-paging
communications equipment on MPSCS Tower Site No. 3102, located in Midland
County, Michigan in accordance with the terms of the MPSCS Non-Member
Revocabie License Agreement between the parties.
Purpose:
The License permits the Licensee to install fire-paging communications equipment on
MPSCS Tower Site No. 3102
Benefit:
The MPSCS permits non-members to co-locate on MPSCS communication towers to
promote expanded local participation, increased interoperability, and enhanced public
safety communications.
Funding Source: NfA
Commitment Level: N/A
Risk Assessment:
Non-approval of this License Agreement will prevent the Licensee from implementing its
fire-paging communications projects.
Zip Code:
48642
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JURISDICTIONAL TRANSFER
12. The Department of Technology, Management and Budget (DTMB) for the
Department of Corrections (DOC), City of Marquette, Marquette County,
Michigan recommends that the State Administrative Board grant to the Michigan
Department of Transportation (MOOT), whose address is 425 West Ottawa
Street, City of Lansing, County of Ingham, State of Michigan the permanent
Jurisdictional Transfer of certain parcels of land adjacent to Highway U.S, 41 in
consideration of mutual benefits to MOOT and DOC, Said Jurisdictional Transfer
is on lands located in the City of Marquette, County of Marquette, State of
Michigan, described as:
That part of the following described Tract "A" lying Northeasterly of a line described
as:
Commencing at the Southwest (SW) Section Corner of Section 36, T48N, R25W,
City of Marquette, Marquette County, Michigan; thence N 01 ° 11' 51" E, 2,648.66
feet along the West Section line of said Section 36 to the West Quarter (WX) Corner
of Section 36, T48N, R25W, City of Marquette, Marquette County, Michigan; thence
continuing along said West Section line of said Section 36, N 01° 12' 49" E, 1,921.92
feet to a point on the Survey centerline - 2 of State Highway US-41, as now
surveyed; thence S 45° 22' 37" E, 601,95 feet to a point on the Survey centerline - 2
of State Highway US-41; thence S 44° 37' 23" W, 72.46 feet to a point on the
existing Southwesterly right of way line of State Highway US-41, said point also
being the point of beginning; thence continuing S 44° 37' 23" W, 17.54 feet to a point
being 90.00 feet Southwesterly of the Survey centerline - 2; thence S 45° 22' 37" E,
825,00 feet; thence N 44° 37' 23" E, 15.00 feet; thence S 45° 22' 37" E, 87.49 feet
to a point on a 11,537.09 foot radius curve to the left; thence Southeasterly along the
arc of said curve 314,55 feet ( Chord Bearing S 46° 09' 29" E, Chord Distance
314.54 feet) to the point of tangency of said curve; thence S 43° 03' 40" W, 15.00
feet to a point on a 11,552.09 foot radius curve to the left; thence Southeasterly
along the arc of said curve 512.98 feet (Chord Bearing S 48° 12' 40" E, Chord
Distance 512.94 feet) to the point of tangency of said curve; thence S 49° 29' 00" E,
791.01 feet; thence S 40° 31' 00" W, 35,00 feet; thence S 49° 29' 00" E, 77,31 feet
to a point on a 2,517,16 foot radius curve to the right; thence Southeasterly along
the arc.of said curve 437.69 feet (Chord Bearing S 44° 30' 07" E, Chord Distance
437.13 feet) to the point of ending, said point of ending being a point on the NorthSouth Quarter (N-S '14) line of Section 36, T48N, R25W, City of Marquette,
Marquette County, Michigan, said point of ending also being S 01° 11' 06" W, 185,90
feet along said North-South Quarter (N-S '14 ) line to a point on the Survey centerline
- 2 of State Highway US-41, as now surveyed and also being N 01 ° 11' 06" E,
671.74 feet along said North-South Quarter (N·S '14 ) line to the South 1/16th Corner
of said Section 36. Said South 1/16th Corner being N 01° 10' 04" E, 1,318.12 feet
from the South Quarter (SX) Corner of Section 36, T48N, R25W, City of Marquette,
Marquette County, Michigan.
The lands described above in contain 77,634 square feet, more or less.
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Tract "A";
All that part of Lot Two (2), Section Thirty-six (36), Township Forty-eight (48) North,
Range Twenty-five (25) West, Marquette County, Michigan, described as follows:
Beginning at a point in the West line of said Lot 2, 600 feet North from the Southwest
corner thereof;, thence North 8 1/2 deg. East 331 feet; thence North 461/2 deg.
East to low water mark on the shore of Lake Superior, 920 feet, more or less; thence
North 48 deg. 23 min. West along the said shore of Lake Superior to the intersection
of the West boundary line of said Lot 2, 953 feet, more or less; thence South along
said West boundary line to place of beginning, 1595 feet, more or less.
AND
All that part of Lot One (1) and Northwest Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (NW Y.
of SW Y. ), Section Thirty-six (36), Township Forty-eight (48) North, Range Twentyfive (25) West, in the City of Marquette, Marquette County, Michigan, described as
follows:
Beginning at the Southwest corner of the NW Y. of SW Y. , running thence East.
along the South boundary thereof to the Southeast corner thereof; thence North
along the East boundary line of said NW Y. of SW Y. and East line of said Lot 1 to
low water mark on the shore of Lake Superior, 2195 feet more or less; thence North
47 deg. West along the said shore, 200 feet; thence South 50 1/4 deg. West, 1230
feet; thence South 45 min. West, 100 feet; thence South 19 1/2 deg. West 161 feet;
thence South 35 1/2 deg. West 309 feet to the intersection of section line between
Sections 35 and 36; thence South on said section line 15 chains and 81 links to
place of beginning.
AND
The Southeast Quarter of the Southwest Quarter (SE Y. of SW Y.) and Lot Two (2),
except the portions heretofore conveyed to the Detroit, Mackinaw & Marquette
Railway Company for a main line recorded at Liber X of Deeds, Page 201 and to the
Duluth South Shore and Atlantic Railway Company for a branch line to the prison
recorded at Liber 16 Deeds, Page 44, a parcel to the State of Michigan by deed
dated November 7, 1885 recorded at Liber 9 Deeds, Page 483,2 parcels conveyed
to Wright by deeds dated February 2, 1895 recorded at Liber 31 Deeds, Page 147
and December 22, 1896 recorded at Liber 30 Deeds, Page 627, all in Section Thirtysix (36), Township Forty-eight (48) North, Range Twenty-five (25) West, Marquette
County, Michigan.
Subject to easements and restrictions of record, if any.
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The Attorney General's office has approved this Jurisdictional Transfer as to legal form.
Purpose:
The purpose of this Jurisdictional Transfer is to place the subject property specifically
under the jurisdiction of the Department of Transportation to satisfy Federal
requirements for receiving federal highway construction funding for improvements
thereon.
Benefit:
Granting this Jurisdictional Transfer will allow the State to accommodate needed
highway drainage improvements along Highway U.S. 41 that will benefit the adjacent
State-owned property and the general public by reducing flood hazards and road
closures in the vicinity of the Department of Corrections facility.
Funding Source:
N/A
Commitment:
This Jurisdictional Transfer will be permanent.
Risk Assessment:
Failure to grant this Jurisdictional Transfer will preclude the State from accommodating
needed highway drainage improvements recommended by MOOT.
Zip Code:
48955
RESOLUTIONS
13. Resolution of the State Administrative Board Approving the Conveyance of
Property of Alpena Community College and an Amendment to Lease
Legislative Background
The Alpena Community College Concrete Technology Center project was authorized for
construction in PA 321 of 1996. The lease for this project, dated December 1, 2000,
was bonded in the 2000 Series I bond issue.
Purpose/Business Case
The purpose of this resolution is to amend the existing lease to release a portion of the
property not needed for the Concrete Technology Center project.
Benefit
The approval of this resolution will release excess property not needed for the Concrete
Technology Center project so that it can be used for the new Electrical Power
Technology Education project. This project will be bonded by the SBA in the next two to
three years.
Funding Source/Commitment Level
N/A
Risk Assessment
Amendment to the lease will not result in a reduction of rent. Integra Realty Resources
- Detroit has stated that the release of the described property will not reduce the
economic or market value of the Alpena Community College Concrete Technology
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Center project. If this resolution is not approved, the College will not be able to continue
on with the new Electrical Power Technology Education project.
Zip Code
49707
14. Resolution of the State Administrative Board Approving the Conveyance of
Property of Community College District of Gogebic County and an Amendment to
Lease
Legislative Background
The Community College District of Gogebic County General Campus Renovations
project was authorized for construction in PA 291 of 2000. The lease for this project,
dated September 1, 2002, was bonded in the 2002 Series II bond issue.
Purpose/Business Case
The purpose of this resolution is to amend the existing lease to release a portion of the
property not needed for the General Campus Renovations project.
Benefit
The approval of this resolution will release excess property not needed for the General
Campus Renovations project so that it can be used for the new Building Renovations
project. The Building Renovations project will be bonded by the SBA in the next two to
three years.
Funding Source/Commitment Level
N/A
Risk Assessment
Amendment to the lease will not result in a reduction of rent. Integra Realty Resources
- Detroit has stated that the release of the described property will not reduce the
economic or market value of the Community College District of Gogebic County General
Campus Renovations project. If this resolution is not approved, the College will not be
able to continue on with the new Building Renovations project.
Zip Code
49938
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June 4, 2013 No. 16
Ms. Castro presented the Building Committee Report for the regular meeting of
May 28, 2013. After review of the foregoing Building Committee Report, Ms.
Castro moved that the Report covering the regular meeting of May 28, 2013, be
approved and adopted. The motion was supported by Mr. Forstner and
unanimously approved.
APPROVED
June 4, 2013
June 4, 2013 No. 17
Michigan State
Administrative Board
COMMITTEE REPORT TO THE
STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
The Honorable Rick Snyder, Governor
and
Members of the State Administrative Board
A regular meeting of
11:00 a.m. on May 28, 2013. Those present
Chairperson:
Melissa Castro, representing
State Treasurer Dillon
Member:
Elizabeth Clement, representing
Governor Snyder
Member:
Others:
Frank Monticello, representing
. Attorney General Schuette
Approved
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Approved
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Michael Reilly, Department of Attorney General; Tom Roane, Jennifer
Ruhn, Department of Natural Resources; William Kordenbrock,
Department of State; Sherry Bond, Janet Rouse, TeAnn Smith,
Department of Technology, Management and Budget; Bill Rottiers,
Department of Transportation; Jenell Leonard, Lt. Governor's Office
Ms. Castro called the meeting to order.
The Finance and Claims Committee Regular Agenda was presented.
Following discussion, Mr. Monticello moved that the Regular Agenda be
recommended to the State Administrative ·Board·for approval. The motion
was supported by Ms. Clement and unanimously adopted.
Ms. castro adjourned the meeting.
At the State Administrative Board meeting on June 4, 2013, the amount on
Item 18(1) was revised to $330,000.00
June 4, 2013 No. 18
6/4/2013 Noon FINAL
AGENDA
STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
June 4, 2013, 11:00 a.m.
FINANCE AND CLAIMS COMMITTEE
May 28, 2013, 11:00 a,m.
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Lake Superior Room
Floor, Michigan Library
and Historical Center
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This agenda is for general informational purposes .only.
At its disoretion the Finance and Claims Committee may revise
this agenda and may take up other issues at the m.eeting.
SECTION I - AGENCY SUBMITTED - NEW CONTRACTS
SECTION II - AGENCY SUBMITTED - CONTRACT CHANGES
1.
DEPARTMENT OF LICENSING AND REGULATORY AFFAIRS
1)
Various Hearing Officers
(Listing on file)
$
$
FY13
28,424.00 Amendment
95,814.00 New Total
100% Restricted Funds
Michigan Tax Tribunal
Additional funding for Hearing
Officer Services, appointed by
MAHS for hearing small claim
cases and appeals for the
Michigan Tax Tribunal
SECTION III - AGENCY SUBMITTEO - NEW GRANTS
2.
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
1)
Adams Township Water
South Range, MI
$
655,000.00 Total
FY13 100% Restricted Fund
Scrap Tire Regulatory Fund
Scrap Tire Grant
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3.
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
1)
2)
Lutheran Social Services
of MI
Detroit, MI
Judson Center
Royal Oak, MI
$
499,655.00 Total
FY13-15 100% Federal Fund
To address various needs in
order to improve family
functioning, maintain a safe
environment for children, and
achieve permanency
$
472,500.00 Total
FY13-15 100% Federal Fund
To address various needs in
order to improve family
functioning, maintain a safe
environment for children, and
achieve permanency
4.
DEPARTMENT OF TREASURY/MICHIGAN STRATEGIC FUND
1)
Various Michigan Works!
Agencies
(Listing on file)
$ 21,625,084.00 Total
FY13-14
100% Federal Fund
Wagner-Peyser - Employment
Service Formula Funding for
Michigan Works! Agencies to
enable provision of an array
of employment-related labor
exchange services to job
seekers and employers
SECTION IV - AGENCY SUBMITTED - GRANT CHANGES
5.
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
1)
Various
TSHll Series
(Listing on file)
$ 2,404,164.00 Amendment
$ 9,616,656.00 New Total
FY13-14 100% Federal Fund
Additional funding for a oneyear option for the grant for
Transitional Supportive
Housing Shelter, Advocacy, and
Counseling services
2
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SECTION V - DTMB SUBMITTED - NEW CONTRACTS
6.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
1)
LexisNexis
Miamisburg, OH
$
966,000.00 (3 years)
FY13-16 100% General Fun
071B2200237
Library
Electronic Law
SECTION VI - DTMB SUBMITTED - CONTRACT CHANGES
7.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH
1)
Bio-Rad Laboratories, Inc.
Redmond, WA
440,627.00 Amendment
2,258,282.57 New Total
FY14-15 25% General Fund
60% Restricted Fund
Newborn Screening
15% Restricted Fund
Michigan Health Initiative Fund
071B0200047 Additional funding
for a one-year option to the
contract for Diagnostic Testing
Kits, Reagents, and Equipment
2)
Health Services Advisory
Group, Inc.
Phoenix, AZ
$
308,457.00 Amendment
$ 3,447,055.00 New Total
FY14 75% Federal Fund
$
$
25% General Fund
071B9200042 Additional funds
for a 5-month, 22-day extension
of the contract for External
Quality Review Services for
Medicaid Managed Care
Organizations
3)
HemoCue, Inc.
Cypress, CA
$
746,821.00 Amendment
$ 1,730,125.00 New Total
FY13-17 100% Federal Fund
071B2200001 Additional funding
for Microcuvettes
3
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7.
DEPARTMENT OF COMMUNITY HEALTH continued
4)
The Apothecary Shoppe
Pharmacies
Midland, MI
$
0.00 Amendment
$ 2,525,355.00 New Total
FY14 100% Restricted Fund
Michigan Health Initiative Fund
071B8200235 Additional fivemonth extension of the STD
Medications Contract
8.
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
1)
Nye Uniform
Grand Rapids, MI
$
54,000.00 Amendment
$
261,888.62 New Total
FY13-14 100% General Fund
071B9200250 Additional funding
for a one-year option to the
contract for Uniforms for the
Michigan Career and Technical
Institute
9.
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
1)
Rolling Thunder, Inc.
Edgar, WI
$
50,000.00 Amendment
$
340,000.00 New Total
FY13-14 100% Federal Fund
07188200191 Additional 6-month
extension and increase funding
for Nationwide Transport of
Heavy Equipment Contracts
10.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE
1)
Digital Alley, Inc.
Overland Park, KS
$ 1,000,000.00 Amendment
$ 3,489,315.00 New Total
FY13 100% General Fund
07181300202 Additional funding
for Digital In-Car Video
Systems
2)
Patriot Solutions LLC
Grand Rapids, MI
$
245,000.00 Amendment
$
850,939.54 New Total
FY13-14 100% Federal Fund
07180200219 Additional funds
for a one-year option to the
contract for Child Safety Seats
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11.
DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT & BUDGET
1)
Explore Information Services, $
420,000.00 Amendment
LLC
$ 3,503,490.00 New Total
Eagan, MN
FY13-14 99% Restricted Fund
1% General Fund
07188200296 Additional funds
for two, one-year options to
the contract for the
International Registration Plan
Commercial Vehicle Registration
System for the Department of
State
Various RE:START Vendors
Amendment(s) to existing
contract(s) for Short-term
Staff Augmentation for
Information Technology for
various departments
2)
Engage Information, Inc.
(Haben Mellse)
Reston, VA
NOT TO EXCEED
$
128,960.00 Amendment
$
257,920.00 New Total
FYl3 100% Revolving Fund
See bid tab for list of funds
07182200176 Additional funding
for a one-year option for a
Project Coordinator to provide
Telecommunications with
continued support of ongoing
infrastructure and Managed LAN
installation projects
3)
Infinite Computing Systems
(Meghna Sharma)
Cedar Rapids, 10
NOT TO EXCEED
$
128,960.00 Amendment
$
257,920.00 New Total
FY13 100% Restricted Fund
State Services Fee Fund
07182200269 Additional funding
to exercise the first option
year for the continuation of
services of a Senior Programmer
Analyst to provide the Gaming
Control Board with continued
support of the Case Management
system and Millionaire Party IR
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11.
DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT & BUDGET continued
4)
innoSoul
(Naveen Adarapu)
Watervilet, NY
NOT TO EXCEED
$
168,640.00 Amendment
$
337,280.00 New Total
FY13 100% Restricted Fund
State Services fee fund
071B2200268 Additional funding
to exercise the first option
year for the continuation of
services of a Senior Programmer
Analyst to provide the Gaming
Control Board with continued
support of the Case Management
system and Millionaire Party IR
5)
LearnGauge, LLC
(Bryan Holland)
Okemos, MI
NOT TO EXCEED
$
228,160.00 Amendment
$
456,320.00 New Total
FY13 100% Federal Fund
071B2200213 Additional funding
to exercise the first option
year for the continuation of
services of an Enterprise
Architecture to provide the
Department of Licensing and
Regulatory Affairs with
continued support of ongoing
MITa1ent Projects
6)
Mejenta
(Murali Vantipalli)
Southfield, MI
NOT TO EXCEED
$
158,720.00 Amendment
$
317,440.00 New Total
FY13 31% Restricted Fund
Innovation Fund
69% Other
Investment Fund
071B2200239 Additional funding
to exercise the first option
year for the continuation of
services of a Senior Programmer
Analyst to provide the
Department of Community Health
Death Registry System
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11.
DEPARTMENT OF TECHNOLOGY, MANAGEMENT & BUDGET continued
7)
Rose International
(Russell Colburn)
Chesterfield, MO
NOT TO EXCEED
$
228,160.00 Amendment
$
456,320.00 New Total
FY13 100% Restricted Fund
State Trunkline Fund
07182200227 Additional funding
to exercise the first option
year for the continuation of
services of a Technical
Consultant to provide the
Department of Transportation
with continued support of metadata management and data
management
SECTION VII - RELEASE OF FUNDS TO WORK ORDER
SECTION VIII - REVISION TO WORK ORDER
SECTION IX - CLAIMS - PERSONAL PROPERTY LOSS
12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS
Prisoner Claims
1)
Steve Adams, Jr. #144289
$152.60
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-249) requests $152.60 reimbursement
for his TV damaged during transfer from one facility to
another. The Committee recommends approval of $56.36 for this
claim.
2)
George Alexander #232503
$ 58.00
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-279) requests $58.00 reimbursement
for miscellaneous items lost during transfer from one
facility to another. The Committee recommends denial of this
claim.
3)
Michael Anderson #260826
$ 26.60
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-345) requests $26.60 reimbursement
for his radio lost during transfer from one facility to
another. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
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June 4, 2013 No. 25
12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS continued
4)
Donald Appling #588037
$268.78
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-202) requests $268.78 reimbursement
for miscellaneous items lost while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of $133.39 for
this claim.
5)
Leon Beach #732609
$ 42.15.
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-053) requests $42.15 reimbursement
for his food items taken by staff and not returned. The
Committee recommends approval of this claim.
6)
Louis Brown #201516
$174.00
The claimant (13-SABIDOC-214) requests $174.00 reimbursement
for his MP3 player, headphones, and watch lost while under
control of the department. The Committee recommends approval
of $87.00 for this claim.
7)
Wayne Brown #237853
$144.17
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-182) requests $144.17 reimbursement
for his MP3 player and headphones lost during transfer from
one facility to another. The Committee recommends approval of
$104.12 for this claim.
8)
Barry Clardy #168727
$100.00
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-055) requests $100.00 reimbursement
for his razor, radio, and large bath towel lost during
transfer from one facility to another. The Committee
recommends approval of $11.10 for this claim.
9)
Jewel Cousino
$ 30.23
(Christopher Cousino #310603)
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-220) requests $30.23 reimbursement
for books she ordered for her son that he never received. The
Committee recommends approval of this claim.
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June 4, 2013 No. 26
12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS continued
10)
Herbert Croft #537191
$144.75
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-004) requests $144.75 reimbursement
for his TV damaged while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of $115.80 for this claim.
11)
Jacob Curry #705313
$149.00
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-200) requests $149.00 reimbursement
for his TV damaged during transfer from one facility to
another. The Committee recommends approval of $95.36 for this
claim.
12)
Ricky Davis #369621
$ 27.75
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-221) requests $27.75 reimbursement
for his headphones damaged while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
13)
Stephen Davis #170928
$ 15.80
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-312) requests $15.80 reimbursement
for his watch lost while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of $14.58 for this claim.
14)
Brandon Dawson #459831
$606.82
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-313) requests $606.82 reimbursement
for his MP3 player and downloaded music damaged by the kiosk
machine at the facility. The Committee recommends approval of
$137.75 for this claim.
15)
$
John Dorn #243869
8.59
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-314) requests $8.59 reimbursement
for his boxer shorts burned in the laundry. The Committee
recommends approval of this claim.
16)
Nathaniel Edmonds #234921
$129.98
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-219) requests $129.98 reimbursement
for his Yamaha keyboard, gig bag and PA3C adapter lost during
transfer from one facility to another. The Committee
recommends approval of $103.84 for this claim.
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June 4, 2013 No. 27
12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS continued
17)
Shawn E11esin #215190
$ 61. 00
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-342) requests $61.00 reimbursement
for his chain and cross lost during transfer from one
facility to another. The Committee recommends approval of
this claim.
18)
David Foster #260557
$249.99
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-268) requests $249.99 reimbursement
for his guitar was damaged while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of $220.92 for
this claim.
19)
Stacy Hedrick #332803
$ 34.75
The claimant (13-SAB/OOC-284) requests $34.75 reimbursement
for her shoes ordered and never received. The Committee
recommends approval of this claim.
20)
$ 23.09
Corey Henry #743357
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-144) requests $23.09 reimbursement
for his radio missing while under control of the department.
The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
21)
William Irby #141352
$144.75
The claimant (13-SAB/OOC-315) requests $144.75 reimbursement
for his TV damaged while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of $115.80 for this claim.
22)
Geoffrey Janes #785110
$ 28.50
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-303) requests $28.50 reimbursement
for his headphones damaged while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
23)
Clinton Johnson #608970
$144.75
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-047) requests $144.75 reimbursement
for his TV lost while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of $92.64 for this claim.
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June 4, 2013 No. 28
12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS continued
24)
Walter Jones
$574.83
~235079
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-054) requests $574.83 reimbursement
for money taken from his account in excess of his Judgment of
Sentence. The Committee recommends denial of this claim.
25)
William Leatherwood
~287316
$ 26.50
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-201) requests $26.50 reimbursement
for his headphone extension cord and ear buds damaged while
under control of the department. The Committee recommends
approval of $5.46 for this claim.
26)
Gary Lentz
$ 27.10
~655484
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-339) requests $27.01 reimbursement
for his religious items destroyed by staff. The Committee
recommends approval of this claim.
27)
Daniel Leussenkamp, Jr.
~591565
$ 69.42
The claimant (12-SAB/DOC-707) requests $69.42 reimbursement
for his tape player, headphones, and scissors missing while
under control of the department. The Committee recommends
approval of this claim.
28)
Benjamin Libby
~3l6572
$ 47.57
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-272) requests $47.57 reimbursement
for his hobby craft items never received. The Committee
recommends approval of this claim.
29)
Jordan Mayrand
~683856
$ 45.98
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-206) requests $45.98 reimbursement
for his shoes lost ~Ihile under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of this claim.
30)
Jordan Mayrand #683856
$ 83.36
The claimant (l3-SAB/DOC-274) requests $83.36 reimbursement
for his shoes numbered by staff and could not be returned for
a refund. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
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12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS continued
31)
Rudy McPhaul #613643
$ 80.00
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-338) requests $80.00 reimbursement
for his TV damaged during transfer from one facility to
another. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
32)
Michael Moore #504388
$ 29.68
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-275) requests $29.68 reimbursement
for his wedding ring lost while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
33)
Joseph Peacock #285231
$159.00
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-223) requests $159.00 reimbursement
for his jacket, watch and footlocker damaged while under
control of the department. The Committee recommends approval
of $155.96 for this claim.
34)
Alex Perry #659823
$ 16.50
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-341) requests $16.50 reimbursement
for his headphones damaged by staff. The Committee recommends
approval of this claim.
35)
Robert Reeves #222810
$ 97.78
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-245l requests $97.78 reimbursement
for his pants, shirt, belt and shoestrings lost during
transfer from one facility to another. The Committee
recommends approval of $51.89 for this claim.
36)
Anthony Robinson #280712
$ 87.00
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-246l requests $87.00 reimbursement
for his footlocker damaged during transfer from one facility
to another. The Committee recommends approval of $8.70 for
this claim.
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12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS continued
37)
Roberto Rodea #477233
$173.25
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-183) requests $173.25 reimbursement
for his TV damaged during transfer from one facility to
another. The Committee recommends approval of $149.75 for
this claim.
38)
$144.75
Donald Shilts #205657
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-271) requests $144.75 reimbursement
for his TV lost during transfer from one facility to another.
The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
39)
Regina Sims #505160
$ 27.98
The claimant (13-SA8/DOC-254) requests $27.98 reimbursement
for two bras lost while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of this claim.
40)
Ryan Smith #579871
$177.02
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-203) requests $177.02 reimbursement
for his store bag and SecurePak lost while under control of
the department. The Committee recommends approval of this
claim.
41)
Arthur Stevens #233477
unspecified
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-306) requests an unspecified amount
for his TV damaged while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of $155.65 for this claim.
42)
Dorothy Ulecki #178561
$ 16.94
The claimant (13-SA8/DOC-253) requests $16.94 reimbursement
for her slippers damaged while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
43)
Jerome Walker #277651
$ 28.50
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-005) requests $28.50 reimbursement
for his headphones damaged while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
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12.
DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS continued
44)
Robert Watson #187567
$ 29.93
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-247) requests $29.93 reimbursement
for his watch, dictionary, and extension cord lost while
under control of the department. The Committee recommends
approval of $25.68 for this claim.
45)
Anthony West #745796
$ 39.75
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-191) requests $39.75 reimbursement
for his watch lost while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of $31.80 for this claim.
46)
Tom Wetter #401352
$ 14.75
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-332) requests $14.75 reimbursement
for his fan lost during transfer from one facility to
another. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
47)
Joshua Whitehead #458285
$ 57.95
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-217) requests $57.95 reimbursement
for his shoes lost while under control of the department. The
Committee recommends approval of $60.00 for this claim.
48)
Julia Wigley #271811
The
for
the
for
49)
$149.48
claimant (12-SAB/DOC-388) requests $149.48 reimbursement
his miscellaneous property lost while under control of
department. The Committee recommends approval of $134.69
this claim.
Martez Williams #698770
$ 27.75
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-310) requests $27.75 reimbursement
for his headphones damaged during transfer from one facility
to another. The Committee recommends approval of this claim.
50)
Dephonso Wilson #267992
$ 24.75
The claimant (13-SAB/DOC-086) requests $24.75 reimbursement
for his beard trimmers lost while under control of the
department. The Committee recommends approval of $17.46 for
this claim.
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13.
DEPARTMENT OF MILITARY & VETERANS AFFAIRS
Citizen Claim
1)
Louis Santiago
$103.75
The claimant (13-SAB-031) requests $103.75 reimbursement for
his tire after hitting a pothole in the driveway at the Grand
Rapids Home for Veterans. The Committee recommends approval
of this claim.
14.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE
Citizen Claim
1)
Karen Denton
$308.00
The claimant (13-SAB-028) requests $308.00 reimbursement for
towing and impound charges due to a Secretary of State error.
The Committee recommends denial of this claim.
15.
DEPARTMENT OF STATE POLICE
Citizen Claim
1)
Giselle Bender
$778.00
The claimant (13-SAB-021) requests $778.00 reimbursement for
her fence damaged during a pursuit of a stolen vehicle
suspect by Michigan State Police. The Committee recommends
approval of this claim.
16.
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
Citizen Claim
1)
TCI Tire Centers, LLC
$999.99
The claimant (13-SAB-033) requests $999.99 reimbursement for
their security system after a Department of Transportation
employee backed into a utility pole. The Committee recommends
approval of this claim.
SECTION X - CLAIMS - PERSONAL INJURY LOSS
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SECTION XI - SPECIAL ITEMS
17.
DEPARTMENT OF HUMAN SERVICES
I}
The DHS appropriations bill requires that liens be placed on
real property when State Emergency Relief (SER) is issued
for mortgage payments, land contract payments, property
taxes and home repairs. The lien is required when payments
exceed $250 for one or a combination of these services.
Such payments were made for delinquent taxes and the
recipients have repaid the Department in full. The
Department is requesting permission from the Board to
release the following liens:
$470.85 at 5491 E. 5 Road, Bark River, MI
18.
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
1)
Requests pre-approval of the purchase of a used aircraft for
not to exceed $330/000.
The Director of the Department of Technology, Management and Budget
recommends approval by the State Administrative Board of the items
contained in Sections 1/ 11/ 111/ IV, V/ and VI of this agenda.
Approval by the State Administrative Board of these award
recommendations does not require or constitute the award of same. Award
of contracts shall be made at the discretion of the DTMB Director or
designee.
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Ms. Castro presented the Finance and Claims Committee Report for the regular
meeting of May 28, 2013. After review of the foregoing Finance and Claims
Committee Report, Ms. Castro moved that the Report covering the regular
meeting of May 28, 2013, be approved and adopted with a correction of the preapproval amount to $330,000.00 in Item 18(1). The motion was supported by
Ms. Jarois and unanimously approved.
APPROVED
June 4,2013
Michigan State
Administrative Board
June 4, 2013 No. 35
COMMITTEE REPORT TO THE
STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
The Honorable Rick Snyder, Governor
and
Members of the State Administrative Board
A Regular meeting of the Transportation and Natural Resources
Committee was held at 11:00 a.m. on May 28, 2013. Those present
being:
Chairperson:
William Kordenbrock, representing
Secretary of State Johnson
Member:
Jenell Leonard, representing
Lt. Governor Calley
Member:
Michael Reilly, representing
Attorney General Schuette
others:
APprove~=-==~~~
Approved
q-iLj~J~
Frank Monticello, Department of Attorney General; Elizabeth
Clement, Governor's. Legal Staff; Tom Hoane, Jennifer Huhn,
Department of Natural Resources; Sherry Bond, Janet Rouse,· TeAnn
Smith, Department of Technology, Management and Budget; Bill
Rottiers, Department of Transportation; Melissa Castro,
Department of Treasury
Mr. Kordenbrock called the meeting to order.
The Department of Environmental Quality Agenda was presented.
Following discussion, Mr. Rei1ly moved that the Environmental Quality
Agenda be recommended to the State Administrative Board for approval.
Supported by Ms. Leonard, the motion was unanimously adopted.
The Department of Natural Resources Agenda was presented.
Following discussion, Ms. Leonard moved that the Natural Resources
Agenda be recommended to the State Administrative Board for approval.
Supported by Mr. Reilly, the motion was unanimously adopted.
The Department of Transportation Agenda was presented.
June 4, 2013 No. 36
Transportation and Natural Resources Committee Report
May 28, 2013
Page 2
Following discussion, Mr. Reilly moved that the Transportation Agenda
be recommended to the State Administrative Board for approval.
Supported by Ms. Leonard, the motion was unanimously adopted.
Mr. Kordenbrock adjourned the meeting.
At the State Administrative Board meeting on June 4, 2013, Item 45 of the
Transportation Agenda was withdrawn by the Department of Transportation.
AGENDA
June 4, 2013 No. 37
DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY
WATER RESOURCES DIVISION
TRANSPORTATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITIEE
STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
Transportation and Natural Resources Committee
May 28, 2013
State Administrative Board
June 4,2013
This agenda is for general informational purposes only. At its discretion, the
Transportation and Natural Resources Committee may revise this agenda and may take
up other Issues at the meeting.
SUBMERGED LANDS
FILLED BOTIOMLANDS DEEDS
1.
Proposed Deed (0.46 acre) of Lake Sl. Clair public trust botlomlands, Clay Township,
S!. Clair County.
Applicant:
Steve Gurjack (File MC 365)
Consideration:
$11,297 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case CNhy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the SUbject Lake Sl. Clair botlomlands under
Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources and Environmental
Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Sourcellncome to the State: $11,297 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional
use; is the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not
applicable (N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc.?). If
no, enter N/A: N/A.
State Administrative Board Agenda
Page 2
May 28, 2013
2.
June 4, 2013 No. 38
Proposed Deed (0.37 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township,
SI. Clair County.
Applicant:
Eileen Mcintyre {File SBC 183}
Consideration:
$7,982 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case (yIIhy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under
Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Sourcellncome to the State: $7,982 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional
use; is the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not
applicable (N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc. ?). If
no, enter N/A: N/A.
3.
Proposed Deed {0.32 acre} of Lake SI. Clair pUblic trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI.
Ciair County.
Applicant:
Mickey Goodhue (File MC 365)
Consideration:
$9,000 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case (yIIhy shouid the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottom lands under
Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339,
C. Funding Source/Income to the State: $9,000 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional
use; is the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not
applicable {N/A}: N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc. ?). If
no, enter N/A: N/A.
State Administrative Board Agenda
Page 3
May 28,2013
4.
June 4, 2013 No. 39
Proposed Deed (0.18 acre) of Lake Sl. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, Sl. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Connie Tyvaert (File MC 365)
Consideration:
$6,425 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case (Why should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake Sl. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding SourceJlncome to the State: $6,425 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc.?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
5.
Proposed Deed (0.13 acre) of Lake Sl. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, St. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Jerry Komeffel (File SB 386)
Consideration:
$3,221fee
A. Purpose/Business Case (Why should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the SUbject Lake Sl. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Controi of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding SourceJlncome to the State: $3,221 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc. ?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
State Administrative Board Agenda
Page 4
May 28,2013
6.
June 4, 2013 No. 40
Proposed Deed (0.21 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Leonard Hintz (File SBC 363-1)
Consideration:
$3,512 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case CNhy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the SUbject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Source/Income to the State: $3,512 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc. ?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
7.
Proposed Deed (0.24 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Leonard Hintz (File Me 363.2)
Consideration:
$5,422 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case CNhy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Source/Income to the State: $5,442 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc.?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
State Administrative Board Agenda
Page 5
May 28,2013
8,
June 4, 2013 No. 41
Proposed Deed (1,12 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bollomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Gary Feucht (File MC 86)
Consideration:
$41,801 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case 0/'Ihy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the SUbject Lake SI. Clair bollomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C, Funding Sourcellncome to the State: $41,801 fee,
D, Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc,?), If no,
enter N/A: NtA.
9,
Proposed Deed (0,61 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bollomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County,
Applicant:
Michael Colegrove (File SBC 377)
Consideration:
$14,083 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case (Why should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bollomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C, Funding Sourcellncome to the State: $14,083 fee,
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(NlA): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (Le" is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc.?), If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
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Page 6
May 28, 2013
June 4, 2013 No. 42
10. Proposed Deed (0.23 acre) of Lake St. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, St. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Ed Bauer (File SBC 59)
Consideration:
$2,606 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case 0/'fhy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake St. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Source/Income to the State: $2,606 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (i.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc.?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
11. Proposed Deed (0.25 acre) of Lake St. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, St. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Glen Champagne (File MC 410)
Consideration:
$5,975 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case 0Nhy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake St. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Source/Income to the State: $5,975 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (I.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc.?). If no,
enter N/A: NlA
State Administrative Board Agenda
Page 7
May 28,2013
June 4, 2013 No. 43
12. Proposed Deed (0.31 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Robert and Linda Brown (File MC 365)
Consideration:
$8,288 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case fY'/hy should the State do this now?): To authorize. the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Sourcellncome to the State: $8,288 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (Le., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc.?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
13. Proposed Deed (0.34 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
William Sears (File MC 451)
Consideration:
$4,222 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case fY'/hy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Sourcellncome to the State: $4,222 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (Le., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc. ?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
State Administrative Board Agenda
Page 8
May 28,2013
June 4, 2013 No. 44
14. Proposed Deed (0.33 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Randall Bower (File SC 031)
Consideration:
$1,000 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case 0Nhy should the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Source/Income to the State: $1,000 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (I.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc. ?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
15. Proposed Deed (O.28 acre) of Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Ted Kersyzkowski (File SBC 325)
Consideration:
$1,777 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case (Why shouid the State do this now?): To authorize the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C. Funding Source/Income to the State: $1,777 fee.
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): N/A.
E. Risk Assessment (I.e., is there risk to the State associated with the award, etc. ?). If no,
enter N/A: N/A.
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State AdmInIstrative Board Agenda.
Page 9
May 28, 2013
June 4, 2013 No. 45
16, Proposed Deed (0.26 acre) of Lake SI. ClaIr pUblic trust bottomlands, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County.
Applicant:
Tina Bombe (File SBC 171)
Consideration:
$3,002 fee
A. Purpose/Business Case (Why should the State do this now?): To authorJ:z:e the sale of
the State's public trust ownership of the subject Lake SI. Clair bottomlands under Part
339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the NREPA.
B. Benefit: Compliance with Part 339.
C, Funding Source/Income to the State: $3,002 fee,
D. Commitment Level (is the contract cost fixed for the project; is the contract optional use; Is
the contract based on estimates, therefore, no quantity is guaranteed?) or not applicable
(N/A): NfA.
E, Risk Assessment (Le., is there risk tei the State associated with the award, etc.?), If no,
enler NlA: N/A.
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William Creal, Chief
Water Resources DivIsion
Department of Environmental Quality
Date
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 46
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
WIlliam Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unll
Surface Water Assessment Section, Water Resources Division
DATE:
May 1, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a OAiS-acre Parcel of Filled Lake St. Clair Bottomlands,
St. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Clair County,
Steve Gurjack, File Number Middle Channel (MC)365
The purpose of this memorandum is 10 requesl your approval to submit the proposed
bottomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing OA6-acre parcel of filled Lake St. Clair public
trust botlomlands, in the SI. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, St. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain Stale Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Descriplion of SubJect Bollomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 365 of the Middle Channel Section of the
so-called SI. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, SI. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the southwesterly corner of said Lot 365; thence N39'32'30"E along the
southeasterly line of said Lot 365 a distance of 1130,00 feet; thence N50'27'3O'W 98.18 feet 10
the edge of a steel seawall and the point of beginning; thence continuing N50'2.7'30'W 175.46
feel to a contour line thaI represents the elevation of 575.3 feet (International Great Lakes
Datum of 1985); thence the following ten (10) courses along said contour line: (1) N44'OO'36"E
18,01 feet; (2) thence N79'44'OO"E 5.80 feet; (3) thence N18'08'53"E 11.32 feet; (4) thence
N20'47'38"E 6,65 feet; (5) thence N39'38'33"E 7.14 feel; (6) Ihence N44'04'50"E 6.41 feet; (7)
thence N34'02'50"E 4.73 feet; (8) thence N16'04'11"E 5.99 feel; (9) thence N09'15'46"E 7.74
feet; (10) lhence N04'46'54'E 5,81 feet; thence N4S'32'45"E 35.78 feet; thence S50'27'30"E
224.94 feet to the edge of said steel seawall, thence N86'15'50'W along said seawall 61,88
feet; thence S35'03'54'W 73.77 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.46 acres, more or
less, all of which Is above the elevation of 575.3 feet, IGLD 85, SUbject to any and all rights-ofway, encumbrances, resttlcllons, and/or easements of record or otherwise,
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Discussion and Background
The subject lot Is currently leased from the State of Miohlgan pursuant to Part 339 and used for
cottage purposes.
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Page 2
May 1, 2013
Part 339 provides the Department of Envlronmenlal Quality (DEQl with the authortty to Issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain condilfons. ThIs parcel meets those
condilfons, as it is on an island shared with other collages, protected on the main channel by a
seawsll and marsh on the back side and Is maintained as lawn, The parcel Is currenlly vacant
The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on the subJec! lot to a deed to obtain the
State of Michigan's ownership Interest In the Lake SI. Clair public trust boltomlands occupied by
thIs filled area of the leased 101. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339. the full consideratIon
to be paid to the State of Michigan Is $11.297.
The applicant, who Is the current leaseholder. has provided a satisfactory survey. and the taxes are
paid up to date. This Item appeared in the December 3, 2012. DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning December 10. 2012. The Inveslfgatlon conducted by CEQ staff concluded
thaI the described lands have no substantial value for hunting. fishing, swimming, pleasure
boating, or navigation. and that the public trust in the remaining lands and waters will not be
impaired by the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
It is recommended thaI the above described parcel be aUlhorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Oider 2011·1. The deeded parcel shall be used only for the purpose of residential
use.
Once the Water Resources Division Chief approves this recommendation with his signature. this
memorandum will be forwarded for review-and approval to the State Administrative Board as
required by Part 339. Upon approval by the Adminlslrative Board, the WRD will execute the
legal documents authorlzln ,-the bollomlands conveyance.
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Great Lakes Shorelands Un
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I approve the staff recommendation.
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 49
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. araf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Surface Water Assessment Section, Water Resources Division
DATE:
May 6, 2013
SUBJECT:
PropO$ed Deed to a 0.37·acre Parcel of Fined Lake St. Clair Bollomlands,
St. Clair Flats, Sni Bora Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair County,
Eileen Mcfntyre, File Number Sni Bora Channel (SBC) 183
The purpose of this memorandum is to requesl your approval to submit the proposed
boltomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing 0,37-acre parcel of/illed Lake at. Clair public
trust boUomlands, in the St. Clair Flats, Sni Bora Channel Section, Clay Township, St. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmenlal Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of Subject Boltomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 183 of the Snl Bora Channel Section of the
so-called SI. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, SI. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Beginning on the Northerly line of said Lot 183 where it intersects the traverse line of said St.
Clair Flat Survey; thence S.66·24'16"E., 231.77 feet to a point where an existing sea wall
intersects the North line of said Lot 183, said point Is 14.14 feet Westerly along said North line
from the Northeasterly ~orner of said Loti 83; thence along said sea wall the follOWing two
courses, 1) S.21'29'33"E., 10.11 feet; 2) S.24'55'50'W., 62,57 feet to a point where said sea
wall Intersects the South line of said Lot 183, said point Ie 5.74 feet Westerly along said South
line from the Southeasterly Corner of said Lot 183; thence along the Soulh line of said Lot 183,
N.64'35'34'W., 233.13 feet to a point where the South lot line Intersects the elevation of 573.3
feet International Great Lakes Datum of 1985; thence along said elevation the following two
courses, 1) N.04'46'25"E., 36.96 feet, 2) N.27'2B'45"E., 27.39 (eet to a point where said
elevation Intersects the North line of said Lot 183; thence along said North line, S.66'24'16"E.,
5.62 feet to the Point of Beginning and containing 0.37 aore, more or less, SUbject to all
easements, reslrlellons, and rights of way of record.
AUlhorlly
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1 .
. Discussion and Background
The subject lot Is currently leased from the Slate of Michigan pursuant to Part 339.
Part 339 provides lhe Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with the aUlhorlty to Issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain conditions. This parcel meets lhose
conditions, as the filled area is protected by a seawaR on one side and a marsh on three sides. An
June 4, 2013 No. 50
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May 6,2013
eXisting dilapidated collage Is located on the lot which will be demolished along with the Installation
of a new seawall.
The appficant wishes to convert the existing filled area on the subject lot to a deed 10 obtein the
State of Michigan's ownership Inlerest In the Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ detennlned, pursuant to Part 339, !l)e full ccnslderatlon
to be paid to the Slate of Michigan Is $7,982.
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The applicant, who Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This Item appearedlri the August 27, 2012, OEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning September 3, 2012. The Investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded
that the described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure
boating, or navigation, and that the public trust In the remaining lands and waters wlll not be
Impaired by the sale of said desorlbed lands.
Recommendations
It is ~eoommended thaI the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The deeded paroel shall be used only for Ihe purpose of residenlial
use.
Once the Water Resources Division Chief approves this recommendation with his signature, this
memorandum will be forwarded for review and approval to the State Administrative Board as
required by Part 339. Upon approval by the AdmInistrative Board, the WRD will execute the
legal documents author'~lng the boltomlands conveyance.
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 52
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
WillIam Creal, Chief, Water Reso~r~s DivisIon
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shore/ands Unit
Surface Water Assessment SectJon
DATE:
Maye,2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.32-acre Par~1 of Filled Lake 51. Clair Bottomlands,
SI. Clair Flats, Midd/e Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Clair County,
Mickey Goodhue, File Number Middle Channel (MC) 365
The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bottomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Waler Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.32-ecre parcel of filled Lake 51. Clair public
trust bottomlands, In the 51. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of Subject Bollomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 365 of the Middle Channel Section of the
so-called SI. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, SI. Clair County, and being more
partiCUlarly described as follows:
Comll)encing at the southwesterly corner of said Lot 365; thence N39°32'30"E along the
southeasterly line of said Lot 365 a distance of 939.69 feet; thence N50027'SO'W 84.09 feet to
the edge of a steel seawall and the point of beginning; thence continuing N50027'30'W 183.14
feet to a contour line that represents the elevation of 575.3 feet (International Great Lakes
Datum of 1985); thence the following elghl (8) courses along said contour line: (1) N32°25'44"E
5.96 feet; (2) thence N37"58'25"E 21,21 feet; (3) thence N40047'48''E 30.58 feet; (4) thence
N49°25'33"E 4.14 feet; (5) thence Nno48'17"E 2.21 feel; (6) thence N86°09'39"E 6.57 feet;
(7) thence N86°55'33"E 10.28 feet, (8) thence N73°05'56'E 0.91 feet; thence S50027'30''E
174.47 feet to the edge of said steel seawall, thence S48°11'29'W along said steel seawall
27.30 feet; thence S41'59'19'W aiong said seawall 47.38 feet to the point of beginning,
containing 0.32 acres, more or less, all of which is above the elevation of 575.3 feet, IGLD 85,
SUbject to any and all rights-of-way, encumbran~s, restrictions, and/or easements of record or
otherwise,
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Djscussion and Background
The subjecllotls currently leased from the State of Michigan pursuant to Part 339. Part 339
provides the Department of Environmental Quamy (DEQ) with the authority to issue a deed for the
filled area of the leased lot under certain condItIons. This par~1 meets lhose conditions as it is
June 4, 2013 No. 53
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 6,2013
filled, maintained as lawn, protected with seawalls and has an approved septic system to serve a
cottage on site.
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The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on the SUbject lot to a deed to obtain the
State of Michigan's ownership interest In the Lake SI. Clair public trust bottomlands occupied 8Y
this filled area of the leased 101. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to the State of Michigan Is $9,000.
The applicant, who is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfaqory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This lIem appeared In the August 27,2012, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning September 3, 2012. The investigation conducted by DEQ slaff con'cluded
that the described lands have no sUbstanlial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure
boating, or navigallon, and that the public trust In the remaining lands and waters wni not be
impaired by the sale of said described lands.
RecommendatIons
It is recommended that the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The parcel shali be limited only for the purpose of residential use.
After the WRD Chief approves this recommendation with his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to Ihe Slate Administrative .Board as reqUired by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD will exacute the legal document~
authorizing the boltomlands conveyance.
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William Creal, Chief
Water Resources Division
Date
Date
June 4, 2013 No. 54
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Clair Flats, Clay Township,. St. Clair County
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INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Waler Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Graat Lakes Shorelands Un"
Surface Water Assessment Seetlon
DATE:
May 6, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed 10 9 0.18-9cre Parcel of Filled Lake Sf. Clair Bottomlands,
Sf. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, Sl. Ciair County,
Connie Tyvaert, File Number Middle Channel (MC) 365
The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to submit the proposed .
bottom lands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.18-acre parcel of filled Lake SI. Clair publlo .
trust bottomlands, In the St. Clair Flals, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, Sf. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Nalural Resources and
Environmental Protection Aol, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
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Legal Description of SUblect Bottomlands
A parcel of land located in and beIng a part of Lot 365 of the Middle Channel Section of the
so-called SI. Clair Flals Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, 51. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner of saId Lot 365; thence N41'27'15"W along the
northeasterly line of said Lot 365 a dlstanca of 33.46 feet; thence S48'07'59'W 70.27 feet to a
line that represents the top of bank (field located by project control engineering on July 27,
2012) and the point of beginning; thence continuing S48'07'59'W 99.25 feet to a contour line
that represents the elevation of 575.3 feet (International Great Lakes Datum qf 1985); thence
along said contour line the followIng (4) four courses; (1) N1S'16'44'W 23.86 feet; (2) thence
N50'55'12'W 9.82 feet; (3) thence N63'51'12'W 20.95 feet; (4) thence N67'11 '03'W 36.12 feet;
thence N48'32'45"E 118.06 feel to the edge of a steel seawall; thence along said steel seawall .
the following (4) four courses; (1) N50'46'38"E 8.79 feet; (2) thence S46'SS'38"E 71.01 feet; (3)
thence S44'41 '4fYW 7.86 feet; (4) Ihence S34'ST04"E 3.97 feel to the point of baglnning,
'contalnlng 0.18-acre, more or less, all of which Is above the elevation 575.3 feet, IGLD 85,
sUbject to any and all rights-ol-way, encumbrances, restrictions, and/or easements of record or
otherwise.
Authority .
Part 339 and Execullve Order 2011-1.
Discussion and Background
The SUbject lot Is currently leased Irom the Stale 01 Michigan pursuant to Part 339. Part 339
provides the Department of Environmental Qualily (DEQ) with the authority to Issue a deed for the
filled area of the leased lot under certain condillons. This parcel meels those conditions as ills
filled, maintained as lawn, protected wHh se<)walls and has an approved sepUc systam to serve a
cottage on site.
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William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 6,2013
The appUcant wishes to convert lhe existing filled area on the subJect lot to a deed to obtain the
State of Michigan's oWnership Inlerest in the Lake 51. Clair public trust boUomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
10 be paid to the State of Ml¢hlgan Is $6,425.
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The applicant, who Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory sUlVey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This item appeared In the October 22,2012, DEQ Calendar and was eligible·for
approval beginning October 29,2012. The investigation conduct~d by DEQ staff concluded Ihat
the described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boallng,
or navigation, and thallhe pUblic trust In the remaining lands and waters will not be impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
It Is recommended that the above describ~ parcel be aulhorized for a de~ pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011·1. The parcel shall be limited only for the purpose of residential use.
After the WRD Chief approves lhls recommendation with his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the State Administrative Board as required by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD will execute the legal documents
authorizing the bOltOmlan~'ds
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Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
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Warer Resources Division
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 58
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
DATE:
May 6. 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a O.13·acre Parcel of Filled Lake SI. Clair Bottomlands,
SI. Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair Counly,
Jerry Komeffel, File Number Sni Bora Channel (SBC) 386
The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to sUbmit the proposed
bollomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources DMslon (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed 10 an existing 0.13-acre parcel of filled Lake 51. Clair public
trust bottomlands, in the 51. Clalr Flats, Sni Bora Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Glair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protecticn Act, 1994 PA451. as amended (NREPA).
Legal pescrlpllon of Subject Botlomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 386 of the Sni Bora Channel Seclion of the
so-called SI. Clair Rats Survey, 1899 PA 175. Clay Township, SI. Clair County. and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing al the southwest corner of said Lol 386; thence N49'23'00"W along lhe westerly
line of said Lot 386 a distance of 175.46 feet; thence N32'31 '06"E 21.07 feet; thence
N56'37'13'W 11.73 feet to the edge of a steel seawall and the point of beginning; thence along
said steel seawall the fOllowing seven (7) courses; (1) N56'37'13'W 59.72 feet; (2) thence
N54'34'09'W 44.72 feet; (3) thence N33'32'55"E 52.86 feet; (4) thence SS8'23'36"E 67.68 feetj
(5) thence N77'17'26"E 2.84 feet; (6) thence 557'55'25"E 44.28 feet; (7) thence 532'S5'26'W
59.30 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.13-acres, more or less, all of which 15 above
the elevation of 575.3 feet. International Great Lakes Datum 1985, subject to any and all
rights-of·way, encumbrances, restrictions, and/or easements of record or otherwise.
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Discussion and Background
The subject lot is currently leased from the Slate of Michigan pursuant to Part 339, is a tilled island
surrounded by steel seawall, maintained as lawn, and has a collage.
Part 339 provlc!es the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with the authority to issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain condilions. This parcel meets those
conditions as the parcel is used for residential purposes, filled, and protected from erosion.
The applicant wishes to convert the exisllng filled area on the subject lot to a deed to obtain the
State of Michigan's ownership interest in the Lake 51. Clair pubrIC trust botlomlands occupied by
June 4, 2013 No. 59
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 6,2013
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to the Stale of Michigan is $3,221.
The applicant, who Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey. and the taxes are
paid up to date. this Item appeared in the October 22, 2012, DEQ Calendar and was eligible.for
approval beginning October 29, 2012. The Investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded that
the described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boaling,
or navigation, and that the public trust in the remaining lands and waters will not be impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
It Is recommended that the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The parcel shall be limned only for the purpose of residenlial use.
Date
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Diana Klemans, Chi f
Surface Water Assessment Section
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Lake St. Clair Public Trust Bottomlands in the
St. Clair Flats, Clay Township, St. Clair County
TO: Jerr KorneffeJ - SSC 386
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 61
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Surface Water Assessment Section .
DATE:
May 6. 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.21-acre Parcel or Filled lake 51. Clair Botlomlands,
St. Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Sectlon, Clay Township, St. Clair County•.
Leonard Hintz, File Number Snl Bora Channel (SBC) 363-1
The purpose of this memorandum Is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bottom/ands deed to Ihe State Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.21-acre parcel of filled lake St. Clair public
trust bottornlands, in the SI. Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Seclion. Clay Township, SI. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection ACl, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
legal Descrlplion of Sublect Boltomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of lot 363 of the Sni Bora Channel Section of Ihe'
so-called St. Clair Flals Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, SI. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commenclng at the east corner of said Lot 363; thance S43"40'45"W along the southaastline of
said Lol363 a dlslance of 85.88 feat; thence N46°19'15'W 23.89 feet to the edge of a seawall
and the point beginning. Thence along said steel seawalilhe following four (4) courses; (1)
S46°03'06'W 56.79 feet; (2) Ihence N87°10'13'W 40.38 feet; (3) thence N49'48'59'W 13.60
feet; (4) thence N25'08'09"E 1.26 feet to the edge of a wood seawall; thence N50041'21'W
along said wood seawall a distance of 32.95 feel 10 a contour line that represents Ihe elevation
575.3 feellnlernallonal Greallakes Datum of 1985 (IGLD 85); thence along said contour line
Ihe following eight (8) courses; '(1) N29'12'51'W 14.53 feel: (2) thence N16'53'47'W 16.45 feet;
(3) thence N35°13'37"E 10.30 feet; (4) thence N08'13'45"E 5.82 feet; (5) thence N33°f2'27"E
11.51 feel; (6) thence N21°59'39"E 12.31 feet; (7) thence N03'38'13"E 3.91 feel; (8) thence
N46°26'41'W 2.92 feel to the edge of a wood seawall; thence N43°33'19"E along said wood
seawall a distance of 32.28 feet; thence S49°19'15"E 124.98 feet 10 the point of beginning,
containing 0.21 acre, more or less, all of which is above the elevation of 575.3 feel, (IGLD 85),
subJect to any and all rights-of-way, encumbrances, restrictions, and/or easements of record or
othelWfse.
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 201 H.
Discussion and Background
The subject 101 Is currently laased (rom the State of Michigan pursuant 10 Part 339, Is a filled island
protected by seawall and maintained as lawn.
June 4, 2013 No. 62
WIlliam Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 6, 2013
Part 339 provides the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with the authority to Issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain conditions. This parcel meets those
conditions as the parcells used for residential purposes, filled, and protected from erosion.
The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on the subJect lot to a deed to obtain the
State of Michigan'S ownership tnterest in the Lake St. Clair public trust boltomlande occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to the Slate of Michigan Is $3,512.
The applicant, who is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid upto date. This ftem appeared In the January 14, 2013, DEQ Calender and was eligible for
approval beginning January 21, 2013. The investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded that
the descrIbed lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boating,
or naVigation, and that the public trust In the remainIng lands and waters will not be Impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
/lIs recommended that the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The parcel shall be limited only for the purpose of residential use.
Arter the WRD Chief approves this recommendation with his sIgnature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the State Administrative Board as reqUired by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD will execute the legal documenls
authorizing the bottomlands conveyance.
Thomas P. Graf
'Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
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Diana Klemans, lef
Surface Water A S'essment Section
I approve the staff recommendation.
William Creal, Chief
Water Resources Division
Date
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INTEROFFICE COMMUNiCATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Surface Water Assessment Section
DATE:
May 6,2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a O.24·acre Parcel of Filled Lake SI. Clair Bottomlands,
SI. Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair County,
Leonard Hintz, File Number Snl Bora Channel (SSC) 363-2
The purpose of this memorandum Is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bottomlands deed to the state Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.24-acre parcel of filled Lake SI. Clair public
trust bottomlands, In the SI. Clair Flats, Sni Sora Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain Stale Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Descripllon of SUbject Bottomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 363 of the Snl Bora Channel Secllon of the
so-called 51. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, SI. Clair County, and being more
partlcu.larly described as follows:
Commencing al the east corner of said Lot 363; thence 843"40'45"VV along the soulheaslllne of
said lot 363 a distance of 85.88 feel; thence N46'19'15'W 24.72 feet to the edge of a wood
seawall and the point beginning; thence conllnulng N46'19'15'W 124.15 feel to the edge of a
wood seawall; thence along said wood seawall the following four (4) courses; (1) N43'33'19"E
81.80 feet; (2) thence S4S"10'34"E 23.94 feet; (3) thence S46'16'43"E 104.62 feel; (4) thence
S46"35'15'W 83.02 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.24 acres, more or less, all of
which Is above the elevation 575.3 feet, International Greal Lakes Datum of 1985, subject to
any and all rights-of-way, encumbrances, restrictions, and/or easements of record or otherwise.
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Discussion and Background
The sl!bject lot Is currently leased from the State or Michigan pursuant to Part 339, is a filled Island
protected by seawall and maintained as lawn.
Part 339 provides the Department of EnVironmental Quality (DEQ) With the authority to.lssue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain condnions. This parcel meets those
condillons as the parcells used for residential purposes, filled, and protected from erosion.
The applicant Wishes to convert the existing filled area on the subject lot to a deed to obtain the
State of MichIgan'S ownership interest In the Lake SI. Clair pUblic trust boUomlands occupied by
June 4, 2013 No. 65
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 6, 2013
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, lhe full consideration
to be paid to the Slate of Michigan is $5,422.
The applicant, who Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. this nem appeared In the January 14, 2013, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning January 21,2013. The investigation conducted by DEQ staff conclUded that
the described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boating,
or navigation, and that the public tnust in the remaining lands and waters will not be Impaired by
lhe sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
It Is recommended that the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The parcel shall be limned only for the purpose of residential use.
After .the WRD Chief approves this recommendation with his signature, lhls memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the Slale Administrative Board as reqUired by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Adminlstrallve Board, the WRD will execute the legal documents
authorizing the bottomlands conveyance.
Thomas P. Graf
Great Lakes Shorelands Unn
Date
Date
I approve the staff recommendation.
June 4, 2013 No.6
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Flats, Clay Township, St. Clair County
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 67
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
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TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit, Surface Water Assessment Section
DATE:
May 7,2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to 1.12 acres of Filled Lake St. Clair I3ottomlands,
St. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, St. Clair County,
Gary Feucht, File Number Middle Channel (MC)086
The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bottomlands deed to the State Administrative Board, The Water Resources DivIsion (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to existing 1.12 acre parcel of filled Lake St. Clair public trust
bottom lands, In the SI. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Seclion, Clay Township, St. Clair County,
pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain Slate Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended,
Legal Descrlplion of SUbject Bottomlands
A parcel of land located in and beIng a part of Lot 086 of the Middle Channel Section of the
50-called St. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Cley Township, St. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
8811innlng at the southeast corner of Lot 86; thence N 22'03'30'W 101.00 feet along the east
line of Lot 86; thence N 40'92'39"W 232.39 feet; thence N 43'03'16'W 38.64 feet along a steel
seawall; thence N 3S'06'29'W 19.64 feet along a wood seawall; thence S 54·10'40·W
127.44 feet along a wood seawall; thence S 11'25'30"E 29.82 feet along a wood seawall;
thence N 80'10'19"1".9.64 feet along a steel seawall; thence S 40'18'57'1". 80,75 feet along a
steel seawall; thence N 53·58'45'E 5.88 feet; thence S 37'44'36'1". 152,79 feet along the top of
bank; thence continuing along the top bank S 42'SO'45"E 99,47 feet; thence N 67'S6'30'E
103,50 feet along thEl south line of Lot 86 to the point of beginning, conlaining 1.12 acres, more
or less, all of which is above the elevation of 575.3 feet, Internalional Great Lakes Datum of
1985, sUbJect to any and all rights-of-way, encumbrances, restrictions, andlor easements of
record or otherwise,
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Piscusslon and Background
The sUbjectlat is currently leased from the State of Michigan pursuant to Part 339 and used for
cottage purposes,
Part 339 provides the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) wltli the authority to issue a
deed for the filled area of lhe leased lot under certain conditions. This parcel meets those
conditions, as It Is protected on the main channel by a seawall and marsh on the sides maintained
as lawn and has an approved septic system to selVe the cottage on site.
June 4, 2013 No. 68
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 7, 2013
The applicant wishes to convert the eXisting filled area on the subject lot to a deed to oblaln the
State of Michigan's ownership Interest In the Lake SI. Clair pubNc trust bottomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to th~ State of Michigan Is $41,601.
The applicant. who Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This Item appeared In the January 28,2013, DEQ Calendar'and was eligible for
approval beginning February 4, 2013. The Investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded Ihat
(he described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boallng,
or navigation, and that the public trust /n the remaining lands and waters wlll not be Impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
It is recommended that the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The deeded parcel shall be used only for (he purpose of resldflntial
use.
Once the WRD Chief approves this recommendation wIth his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the State Admlnislrative Board as required by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD will execute the legaf documents
authorizing the bottomlands conveyance
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 70
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Greal Lakes Shorelands UnH
DATE:
May 6, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.61-acre Parcel of Filled Lake St. Clair BOllomlands,
51. Ciair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair County,
Michael colegrove, File Number Sni Bora Channel (SSC) 377
The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to submit the proposed
boltomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources DivisIon (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing O.B1-acre parcel of filled Lake SI. Clair public
trust bollomlands, in the SI. Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County, pursuanlto Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description cf SUbject Bollomlands
A parcel of land located in and beIng a part of Lot 377 of the Sni Bora Channel Seclion of the
so-called SI. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 176, Clay Township, St, Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the northeast corner of said Lot 377; thence N67'15'30'W along the northerly
line of said Lot 377 a dislance of 89.01 feet to the edge 01 steel seawall and the point of
beginning; thence along said steel seawall the following four (4) courses; (1) S06'46'41'W
46.11 feet; (2) thence S36'52'09'W 106.84 feet; (3) thence S5S'15'43"W 37.67 feet; (4) thence
N48'43'51'W 3.81 feet; thence N63'OO'41'W 48.20 feet to a contour line that represents the
elevation of 575.30 (International Great Lakes Dalum of 1985); thence along said contour line
the fol/owlng (3) three courses; (1) N43'14'08'W 59.43 feet; (2) thence N01'34'37"E 17.40 feet;
(3) thence N17'39'07"E 17.43 feet to the edge of a steel seawall; thence along said steel
seawailihe fOllowing (8) eight courses; (1) N09'18'32'W 20.41 feel; (2) thence N34'23'54"E
103.05 feet; (3) thence N54'24'06"E 5.60 feet; (4) thence N61'42'24"E 20.43 feet; (6) thence
S55'52'44"E 92.10 feet; (B) thence N37'22'03"E 4.23 feel; (7) thence S66'16'07"E 31.54 feet;
(8) thence 806'46'41 'W 4.59 feel to the peint of beginning, containing 0.61 acres, more or less,
all of which is above the elevation 575.3 feet, IGLD 19B5, subject to any and al/ righls-of-way,
encumbrances, restrictions, and/or easements of record or othe/Wise.
Authority
Part 339 and Executive.Order 2011·1.
Discussion and Background
The subject lot Is currenlly leased from the Stale of Michigan pursuant to Part 339, Is a filled island
surrounded by steel seawall, maintained as lawn, and has a collage.
June 4, 2013 No. 71
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 6, 2013
Part 339 provides the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with the authority to Issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain conditions. This parcel meets those
condillons as the parcells used for residential purposes, filled, and prolected from erosion.
The appficant wishes 10 convert the existing fiiled area on the subJecllot to a deed to obtain the
Slate of Mlchlgan~s ownership Intereslln the Lake SI. Clair publio trust boHomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased 101. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to the State of MichIgan Is,$14,083.
The applicant, Who Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfaclory survey, and the taxes are
paid up 10 date. This Item appeared in the January 14, 2013, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning January 21, 2013. The investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded that
the described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, 6wimmlng, pleasure boating,
or navigation, and that the public trust In the remaining lands and waters will not be impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
It Is recommended thatlhe above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The parcel shall be limited only for the purpose of residential use.
Aller the WRD Chief approves this recommendation with his signature, this memorandum wili
be forwarded for review and approval to the State Administrative Board as required by Part 339.
Upon approva! by the Administrative Board, the WRD will execute the legal documents
authorizing the boltomlands conveyance.
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Thomas P. Gral
Great Lakes Shorelands U t
Date
Diana Klemans, C I
SUrfaca Water Assessment Section
I approve the staff recommendation.
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Water Resources Division
Date
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Proposed Deed to a O.61-acre Parcel of Filled'
. Lake St. Clair Public Trust Sottomlands, S1. Clai
Flats, Clay Township St. Clair County
TO: Michael Colegrove - sse 377
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51. Clair
MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 73
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Oral, Great Lakes Shorelands Un"
Surface Water Assessment Section
DATE:
May 2, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.23-acre Parcel of Filled Lake SI. Clair Botlomlands,
SI. Clair Flats, South Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair County,
Ed Bauer, File Nu.mber Sni Bora Channel (SBC) 059
The purpose of this memorandum Is 10 request your approval to submit the proposed
botlomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRO)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.23-acre parcel of filled Lake Sf. Clair public
trust bottomlands. In the SI. Clair Flals. South Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Clair
Ccunly, pursuanllo Part 339, Control of Certain Stale Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of SUblect Bottomlands
A parcel of land located in and being a part 01 Lot 031 of the South Channel Section of the
so-called SI. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township. SI. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the southeast corner of said Lot 59; thence S80050'45'W along the south line of
said Lot 59 a distance of 89.26 feet to the edge of a steel seawall and the point of beginning;
thence S12°02'23"E along said steel seawall 2.43 feet; thence S80'06'35'W 11 0.32 feet; thence
N17°16'30'W 85.69 feet to lhe edge of a steel seawall; thence N7s'41'32"E along said steel
seawall 118.07 feet; thence S12°02'23"E 85.52 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.23
acre, more or less, ell of which Is above the elevation of 575.3 feet,lnternatlonal Great Lakes
Datum 1985, SUbject to any and all rights-of-way, encumbrances, restrictions, and/or easements
of record or otherwise.
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Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011·1.
Discussion and Backgrounc!.
The SUbject lolls currenlly leased from the State of Michigan pursuant to Part 339.
Part 339 provides the Department of EnvIronmental Quallty (DEQ) wilh the authority to issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain conditions. This parcel meets those
condllions, as the filled area is enclosed by seawall, maintained as lawn and has an approved
septic system to serve the collage.
.
The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on the subjecllot to a dead to obtain the
State 01 Michigan'S ownership Inlerest in the Lake SI. Clair public trust boUomlands occupied by
June 4, 2013 No. 74
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 2,2013
this filled area of the leased lo!. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to the State of Michigan Is $2,606.
The applicant, who Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This ttem appeared in Ihe January 28,2013, D!=Q Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning February 4, 2013. The Investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded that
the described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boating,
or navigation, and that the pUblIc trust in the remaining lands and waters wlII not be Impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendallons
It is recommended that the above described parcel be authorized fOr a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011·1. The deeded parcel shall be used only for the purpose of residential
use.
Once the Water Resources Division chief approves this recommendation wilh his signature, this
memorandum will be forwarded for review and approval 10 the State Administrative Board as
required by Part 339. Upon approval by the Admlnlstrallve Board, the WRD will execute the
legal documents authorizing the bottomlands conveyance.
Thomas P. Graf
Great Lakes Shorelands Un t
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Diana Klemans, Ie
Surface Water Assessment Secllon
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Lake St. Clair Public Trust Bottomlands,' St. Clair
Flats, Clay Township, S1. Clair County
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 76
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INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Waler Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Surface Water Assessment Secllon
DATE:
May 10, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.25-acre Parcel of Filled Lake St. Clair Bottomlands,
St. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, St. Clair County,
Glen Champagne, File Number Middle Channel (MC) 410
The purpose of this memorandum Is 10 request your approval to submit the proposed
boltomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing O.25-acre parcel of filled Laka SI. Clair public
trust bottomlands, In the SI. Clair Flals, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair
COunty, pursuant to Part 339, Conlrol of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources ar'ld
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of Subject BotJomlands
A parcel 01 land looated In and being a part of Lot 451 of the Middle Channel Section of the
so·called S!. Clair Flals Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, SI. Clair Counly, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing al the northwest corner of said Lot 410; thence N68'15'30"E along the north line
of said Lot 410 a distance of 175.00 feet; thence S17'46'33"E 44.19 feet to the edge of a steel
seawall and the point of beginning; thence lhe following three (3) courses along said sleel
seawall; (1) N02'4TOQ"E 2.05 feet; (2) thence S87'01'38"E 75.98 feet; (3) thence N69'54'22"E
1.16 feet to the edge of a steel seawall; thence N22'16'59'W along said steel seawall 0.58 feel;
thence continuing along said steel seawall N69'22'25"E 1.94 feet; thence S17'45'30"E 155.26
feet to the'edge of a wood seaWall; thence the following ten (10) courses along said wood
seawall; (1) N72'22'56"E 1.82 feet; (2) thence N23'37'53'W 24.07 feet; (3) thence N63'19'40"
14.78 feet; (4) thence S71'18'52'W 40.38 feet; (5) thence S54'14'39"W7.92 feet; (6) thence
S33'32'54'W 7.62 feet; (7) thence S24'05'23"E 15.76 feel; (8) thence S66'59'50"E 19.97 feet'
(9) thence S20'26'06"E 2.57 feet; (10) thence S70'49'19'W 3.44 feel to a contour line that
represents the elevation of 575.3 feet International Great Lakes Datum 011985 (IOLD 85);
thence S24'48'45"E along said contour line 4.23 feet; thence continuing along eald contour line
S40'41'1TW 10.28 feet; thence S6S"16'27'W 11.45 feet; thence N17"46'33'W 194.80 feet to
the point of beginning, containing 0.25 acres, more or less, all of which Is above the elevation
575.3 feet, IGLD 85, subject to any and all rlghts·of·way, encumbrances, restrictions, and/or
easements of record or otherwise.
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011·1.
June 4, 2013 No. 77
William Creal. Chief
Page 2
May 10, 2013
Discussion and Background
The subJecllot is currently leased from the State of Michigan pursuanlto Part 339. Part 339
provides the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with the authority to Issue a deed for the
filled area of the leased lot under certain condillons, This parcel meets those conditions as It Is
filled, maintained as lawn, protected with seawalls and has an approved septic syslem to serve a
cottage on site.
The applicant wishes 10 convert the existing filled area on the subject lotto a deed to obtain lIie
State of Michigan's ownership interest in the Lake St. Clair public trust bollomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid 10 the State (If Michigan Is $5,975.
The applicant, who is the current leaseholder, has provided a satlsfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to dale. This Item appeared In the March 11, 2013, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning March 18, 2013, The investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded thaI
the described lands have no substantial value for hunling, fishing, swimming, pleasure boallng,
or navigation, and that the public trust in the remaining lands and waters will not be impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
Ills recommended that lhe above described parcel be authorized for a dead pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The parcel shall be IIm~ed only for the purpose of residential use,
After the WRD Chief approves this recommendation wilh his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the state Administrative Board as required by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD will execute the legal documents
authorizing the bottomlands conve nee,
Thom<\s P. Graf
Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Dale
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Date
I approve the slaff recommendation.
William Creal, Chief
Water Resources Division
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 79
INTEROFFice COMMUNICATION
TO:
INilliam Creal, Chief, Water Resources DivisIon
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Greal Lakes Shorelands Unft
Surface Waler Assessment Section
DATE:
May 6, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.31·acre Parcel of Filled Lake SI. Clair Bottomlands,
St. Clair Flals, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair County,
Robert Brown, File Number Middle Channel (MC) 365
The purpose of this memorandum Is to request your approval 10 submit the proposed
bollomland$ deed to the State Administrative Board, The Water Resources DIvision (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed 10 an existing 0.31-acre parcel of filled Lake SI. Clair public
trust boltomlands, in the 51. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, ofthe Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of SubJect Bollomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 365 of the Middle Channel Section of the
so-called 51. Clair Flats SUNey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, 51. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the southwesterly corner of said Lot 365; thence N39°32'30"E along the
southeasterly line of said Lot 365 a distance of 665.19 feel; thence N50'27'30'W 66.43 feet to
the edge of a sleel seawall and the point of beginning; thence along said steel seawall the
following four (4) courses; (1) S38'44'68'W7.76 feet; (2) thence N47°45'30'W 41.79 feet; (3)
thence N45'29'37'W 44.84 feet; (4) thence N32°14'50"E 0.99 feet to the edge of a wood
seawall; thence along said wood seawall N48'01 '56'W 79.03 feet to a contour line that
represents the elevation of 576.3 feet InternaUonal Great Lakes Datum of 1985 (IGLD 85)
thence the following eleven (11) courses along said ~ontour line; (1) N35'21'27"W 5.10 feet;
(2) thence N15'31'51"W 4.22 feet; (3) thence N01'03'OO"E 3.95 feet; (4) thence N20~22'32"E
6.11 feet; (5) thence N39'14'38"E 2,90 feet; (6) thence N27"34'25"E 37.61 feet; (7) thence
N36°12'21"E 5.06 feet; (8) thence N82°40'00"E 3.62 feet; (9) thence 575°23'20"E 5.09 feet;
(10) thence S82°51'07"E 4.25 feet; (11) thence N38°00'43"E 7.49 feet; thence S50027'30''E
175.14 feet 10 the edge of said steel seawall, thence S38°44'58'W along said steel seawall
74.51 feet to the point of begInning. containing 0.31 acre, more or less, all of Which Is above the
elevaUon of 575.3 feet, IGLD 86, subject to any and all rights-of-way, encumbrances,
restrictions, and/or easements of record or otherwise.
Authority
Part 339 and executive Order 2011-1.
Discussion and Background
The SUbject lot is currently leased from the State of Michigan pursuant to Part 339. Part 339
provides the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with the authority 10 issue a deed for the
filled area of the leased 101 under certain condllions. This parcel meets those conditions as it is
June 4, 2013 No. 80
Winlam Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 6,2013
filled, maintained as lawn, proteoted with seawalls and has an approved septic system to serve a
cottage on site.
The applicant wishes to convert the existing Riled area on the subject lot to a deed to obtain the
State of MichIgan's ownership interest in the Lake Sf. Clair public trust bottomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to the State of Michigan Is $8,288.
'The applicant, Who is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This Item appeared In the December 3, 2012, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning' December 10,2012. The investigation conducted by DEQ staff ooncluded
that the described lends have no substantial value for hunllng, fishing, swimming, pleasure
boallng, or navigation, and that the publio trust in the remaining lands and waters wIIJ not be
impaired by the sale of said described lands.
Recommendallons
It is recommended thai the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Execullve Order 2011-1. The pareal shall be limited only for the purpose of residential use.
After the WRD Chief approves this recommendation with his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the State Administrative Board as reqUired by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD wIIJ execute the legal documents
authorizing the bottomlands conveyance.
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Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
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Surface Water Assessment Section
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William Creal, Chief
Water Resources Division
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 82
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO;
William Creal, Chief, Waler Resources Division
FROM;
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Surface Water Assessment Sectiqn
DATE;
May 7, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a O.34-acre Parcel of Filled Lake 51. Clair Bottomlands,
51. Clair Flals, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Clair County,
William Sears, File Number Middle Channel (MC) 451
The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bollomlands deed to the Stale Administrative Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
reoommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.34-acre parcel of filled Lake SI. Clair public
trust bollomiands, In the St. Clair Flats, Middle Channel Section, Clay Township, SI. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of Subject Boltomlands
A parcel of land located in and being a part of Lot 451 of the Middle Channel Section of the
so-called SI. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 17S, Clay Township, St. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the easterly corner of said Lot 451: thence N48'29'OO'Walong the northeasterly
IIna of said Lot 451 a distance of 12.93 feet to the edge of a steelseawaK and the point of
beginning; thence S26'06'11'W along said steel seawall 7.95 feet; thence continuing along said
steel seawall S39'41'09"W 71.37 feet; thence N48'12'30'W 181.73 feet to a contour line that
represents the elevatlon of 575.3 feet International Great Lakes Datum of 1985 (IGLD 85); thence
along said contour line the following eight (8) courses: (1) NOS'44'36'W 16.98 feet; (2) thence
N54'47'36"E 10.12 feet; (3) thence N42'01'07"E 17.94 feet; (4) thence N44'31'32"E 14.76 feet;
(5) thence N52'47'OO"E 5.60 feet; (6) thence N38'OO'15"E 14.69 feet; (7) thence 583'29'01"E
4.56 feel; (8) thence S6S'18'12"E 4.52 feel to said northeasterly line of Lot 450; thence
S48'29'OO"E along said northeasterly line 178.30 feet to the edge of steel seawall and the point of
beginning, containing 0.34 acres, more or less, all of which Is above the elevation 575.3 feet,
IGLD 8S, subject to any and all rights.ol·way, encumbrances, restrictlons, andlor easements of
record or otherwise.
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Discussion and Background
The subject lot is currently leased from the Slate of Michigan pursuant to Part 339, Is filled,
maintained as lawn, abuts a canal 011 the rear, and has a seawall along the Middle Channel
frontage. There is no cottage currently on the parcel.
June 4, 2013 No. 83
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 7, 2013
Part 339 provldes the Department of Environmental Quality (OEQ) with the aUlhority to Issue a
deed ror the filled area of the leased lot under certain conditions. This parcel meets those
conditions, as the filled area is protected by a seawall on one side and shares boundary lines with
two adjacent cottages,
The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on the subject lotto a deed to obtain the
Slate of Michigan's ownership interest in the Lake Sl. Clair public trust bottomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the rull consideration
to be paid to the State of Michigan Is $4,222.
The applicant, who fs the current leaseholder, has provided a satisractory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This lIem appeared in the October 22,2012, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning October 29,2012. The Investigation conducted by OEQ staff concluded that
the described lands have no SUbstantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boating,
or navigation, and that the pUblic trust in the remaining fands and waters will not be impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
It is recommended that the above described parcel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The parcel shall be Iim~ed only for the pUlpose of residenlial use.
Once the WRO Chief approves this recommendaUon wilh his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the State Administrative Board as required by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Mministratlve Board, lhe WRD will execute the legal documents
authorizing the bottomlands conveyance.
Thomas P. Grat
Great Lakes Shore'lands U, it
Dale
Diana Kiernan Ch' f
Surface Water :t>.ssessl1)ent Section
Date
I approve the staff recommendation.
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Waler Resources Division
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INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Greal Lakes Shorelands Unn
Surface Water Assessment Section
DATE:
May 7, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.33-acre Parcel of Ailed Lake St. Clair Botlomlands,
Sf. Clair Flats, South Channel section, Clay Township, SI. Clair County,
Randall Bower, File Number South Channel (SC) 031
The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bottomlands deed to the State Administrative Soard. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.33-acre parcel of filled Lake 51. Clair public
trust bottomlands, in the Sf. Clair Flals, South Channel Section, Clay Township, 51. Clair
County, pursuant to Part 339, Conlrol of Certain State LandS, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Descrlptlon of Subject BoUomlands
A parcel of land localed In and being a part of Lot 031 of the South Channel Section of the
so-called Sf. Clair Flals Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay TownshIp, Sf. ClaIr County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the southwesterly corner of Lot 37; thence N 59'56'52" E 335.95 feet on the
centerline of South Channel Drive to a point of curvature; thence continuing along said
centerline along a curve to the left 227.09 feet, said curve having a radius of 2864.19 feet, and a
chord of N 67'41'59" E 227.09 feet to the poInt of beginning; thence continuing along seid
centerline along a curve to the lefl62.75 feet, said curve having a radIus of 2864.19 feet and a .
chord of N 54'48'03" E 62.75 feel; thence S 41'45'00" E 30.66 feet; thence N 57'52'48" E 93.77
feet; thence N 62'50'03" E 40.28 feet; thence N 41'58'33" E 27.20 feet; thence N 41'45'00" W
41.51 feet to the centerline of South Channei Drive; thence continuIng along said centerline
along a curve to the left 30.00 leet, said curve having a radius of 2864.19 feet, and a chord of N
50'41'36" E 30.00 feet; thence N 41'45'00" W 40.48 feet; thence S 47'35'58" W 147.21 feet;
thence S 58'07'40" W 94.48 feet; thence S 24'51 '09" E 36.13 feet to the centerline of South
Channel Drive and the point of beginning containing 0.33 acres, more or less, all of which Is
above the elevation of 575.3 feet, International Great Lakes Datum 1985, SUbject to the Soulh
Channel Drive right-of-way, along with any and all rights-of-way, encumbranoes, restrictions,
andlor easements of record or otherwise.
Authorily
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Discussion and BackgrollQ!1
The subject lot is currentiy leased from the State of MIchigan pursuant to Part 339.
June 4, 2013 No. 86
Wnliam Creal. Chief
Page 2
May 7, 2013
Part 339 provides the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) with the authority to issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain conditions, This parcel meets those
conditions, as the filled area Islocatad along the shoulder of Highway M·154 down to the water's
edge. Adock at the shoreline provldes access for the applicant to an Island cottage.
The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on the subject lot to a deed to obtain the
State of Michigan's ownership Interest in the Lake Sl. Clair public trust bottomlands occupled by
this filled area of the leased 101. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to the State of Michigan Is $1.000.
The applicant, whO Is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This Kem appeared In the October 22,2012, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning October 29, 2012. The investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded that
the described lands have no substantial value for hunting, fishing, swimming, pleasure boating,
or navigation, and thai the pUblic trust in the remaining lands 8rld waters will not be impaired by
the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
Ills recommended that the above described parCel be authorized for a deed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011-1. The deeded parcel shall be used only for the purpose of reSidential
use.
Once IheWRD Chief approves this recommendation wllh his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval 10 the State Administrative Board as required by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board. the WRD wl11 execute the legal documents
authorizing the bottomlands conveyance.
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Thomas P. Graf
Great Lakes Shorelands Un'
Date
Date
I approve the staff recommendation.
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MICHIGAN DEPARTMENT OF ENVIRONMENTAL QUALITY June 4, 2013 No. 88
INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO:
William Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P. Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Surface Water Assessment Section
DATE:
May 7, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.26-acre Parcel of Filled Lake 51. Clair Bottomlands,
SI. Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Sectlon, Clay Township, St. Clair County;
Ted Kerszykowski, Fife Number Snl 80ra Channel (S8C) 325
The purpose of this memorandum Is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bollomlands deed to the State Administrative Board. The Water Resources DIvision (WRD)
recommends approval of the deed to an exisllng 0.28-acre parcel of filled Lake SI. Clair pUblic
trust bollomlands, In the SI.Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel Sectlon, Clay Township, SI. ClaIr
County, pursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental Protecllon Acl, 1994 PA 451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of Subject Bottomlends
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 325 of the Snl Bora Channel Sectlon of Ihe
so-called SI. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, 81. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the southeasterly corner of said Lot 325; thence N14'45'OO"E along the
southeasterly Une of said Lot 325 a distance of 46.14 feet to the edge of a steel seawall and tha
point of beginning; thence along said steel seawall the following ten (10) courses;(1)
N76'21'30'W 27.27 feet; (2) thence N60'43'29"W 4.27 feet; (3) thence N86'52'26'W 6.63 feet;
(4) thence N78'21'01'W 28.21 fe~t; (5) thence N02'49'28'W 32.50 feet; (6) thence
NOO'27'35'W 39.73 feet; (7) thence N1O'59'02"E 19.58 feet; (8) thence N14'59'22"E 42.55 feet;
(9) thence N70'S1'54'W 55.75 feet; (10) thence N40'37'35"W 1.57 feet to lhe northerly line of
said Lot 325; thence 875'15'42"E along said northerly line 146,38 feet, thence S14'45'OO'W
0.41 feel to the edge of a steel seawall; thence along said sleel seawalllhe following four (4)
courses; (1) S70'27'1 S"E 3.35 feet; (2) thence 807'28'11'W 17.46 feet; (3) thence S14'S3'04'W
115.42 feet; (4) thence N7so21'30'W 5.28 feet to point of beginning, containing 0.28 acres,
more or less, all of which Is above the erevallon 575.3 feet, Internalional Greal Lakes Datum
1985, subject to any and all rights-of-way, encumbrances, restrictions, and/or easements of
record or otherwise.
Authority
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
Discussion and Background
The SUbject lot is currently leased from the Stale of Michigan pursuant to Part 339. Part 339
provides the Department of Environmental Qualily (DEO) with the authority to issue a deed for the
filled area of the leased lot under certain conditions. This parcel meets those conditions as the
June 4, 2013 No. 89
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 7,2013
filled area is protected from erosion by a seawall, maintained as lawn and has an approved septic
system to serve the cottege on the site. .
The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on lhe subject lot to a deed to obtain the
Stale of M(chigan's ownership Inlerest in the Lake SI. Clair pUblic trust bollomlands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ determined, pursuant to Part 339, the full consideration
to be paid to lhe State of Michigan Is $1,777.
The applicant, who is the current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This Item appeared in the February 25, 2013, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning March 4, 2013. The Investigation conducted by DEQ slaff concluded that the
described lands have no substantial value for hunling, fishing, swimming, pleasure boating, or
navigation, and that the publIc trust in the remaining lands and waters will not be Impaired by
the sale or said described lands.
Recommendations
It is recommended that the above described parcel be aulhorlled for a deed pursuant to Parl339
and Executive Ordar 2011-1. The deeded parcel shall be used only for the purpose of residential
use.
Once the WRD chief approves this recommendation with his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the Slate Administrative Board aa required by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD will execute the legal documents
aulhorizlng the bottomlands conveyance.
Thomas P. Graf
Great Lekes Shorelands Unit.
mendatlon.
Dale
I approve the staff recommendation.
William Creal, Chief
Water Resources Division
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INTEROFFICE COMMUNICATION
TO: '
WilUam Creal, Chief, Water Resources Division
FROM:
Thomas P, Graf, Great Lakes Shorelands Unit
Surface Water Assessment Seclion, Water Resources Division
DATE:
May 9, 2013
SUBJECT:
Proposed Deed to a 0.26-acre Parcel of Filled Lake St: Clair Bottomlands,
SI. Clair Flats, Sni Bora Channel secllon, Clay Township, SI. Clair County,
Tina Bombe, File Number 5nl Bora Channel (SaC) 171
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The purpose of this memorandum is to request your approval to submit the proposed
bottomlands deed to the Slate Adminlstrallve Board. The Water Resources Division (WRD)
reoommends approval of the deed to an existing 0.26-acre parcel of filled Lake SI. Clair public
trust boUolTilands, in the st. Clair Flats, Snl Bora Channel section, Clay Township, SI. Clair
Counly, p'ursuant to Part 339, Control of Certain State Lands, of the Natural Resources and
Environmental ProtecUonAct, 1994 PA451, as amended (NREPA).
Legal Description of Subject Botlomlands
A parcel of land located In and being a part of Lot 171 of the Snl Bora Channel Section of the
so-called 51. Clair Flats Survey, 1899 PA 175, Clay Township, Sl. Clair County, and being more
particularly described as follows:
Commencing at the southwesterly corner of said Lot 171: thence N75'OO'24"W along the,
southwesterly line of said Lot 171 a distance of 78.90 feet to the edge of a steel seawall and the
point of beginning; thence S57'30'30'W along said steel seawall 0.78 feet; thence N77'09'46'W
continuing along saId steel seawall 10.78 feet to the,edge of a wood seawall; thence along said
wood seawall the folloWing three (3) courses; (1) N73'16'26'W 41_87 feet; (2) thence
N71'36'18'W 50,22 feet; (3) thence N69'51'54'W 21_79.1eet to a contour line that represents
the elevation of 575.3 feet International Great Lakes Datum of 1985 (IGLD 85); thence along
said contour line the following eight (8) courses; (1) N12'46'54'W 2.59 feet; (2) thence
N18'43'55"E 5.95 feet; (3) thence N51'47'31'W 10.59 feet; (4) thence N1S'39'23'W 36.30 feet;
(5) then~ N03'4T34'W 21.89 feet; (6) thence S79'03'34"E 53.55 feet; (7) thence S72'1 0'21 "E
, 4.41 feet: (8) thence N57'4,8'48"E 9.22 feet to the edge of a wood seawall; thence S76'13'09"E
along said wood seawall a distance of 29.19 feet; thence S66'32' 18"E continuing along said
wood seawall 17.27 feet to the edge of a steel seawall; thence along said steel seawall the
following six (6) courses; (1) S75'23'08"E 20,52 feet; (2) thence N16'27'28"E 4.75 feet; (3)
thence S73'55'09"E 20.73 feet; (4) thence S30'15'12"E 18.27 feet; (5) thence S07'40'14'W
58.30 feet; (6) thence S57'30'30'W 15.53 feet to the point of beginning, containing 0.26 acre,
, more or less, all of which is above the eievatlon 575.3 feet, IGLD 85, subject to any and all
rights-aI-way, encumbrances, re'strictions, and/or easements of record or otherwise.
Authorltv
Part 339 and Executive Order 2011-1.
William Creal, Chief
Page 2
May 9, 2013
June 4, 2013 No. 92
Discussion and Background
The sUbject lot Is currently leased from the State of Michigan pursuant to Parl 339.
Part 339 provides the Department of Environmental Qualily (DEQ) with the aulhol1ty to Issue a
deed for the filled area of the leased lot under certain condiUons. This parcel meets those
cond~ions, as the filled area Is protected by a seawall on three sides and a marsh on the fourth
sIde. The lot contains an existing coUage, septic system and is maintained as lawn.
The applicant wishes to convert the existing filled area on Ihe subject lot to a deed to obtaIn the
Stale of Michigan's ownership Interest In the Lake St. Clair public trust boltomJands occupied by
this filled area of the leased lot. The DEQ detennined, pursuant to Parl 339, lhe full consideration
to be paid to the Stale of Michigan Is $3,002.
The applicant, who is Ihe current leaseholder, has provided a satisfactory survey, and the taxes are
paid up to date. This item appeared In the November 6,2012, DEQ Calendar and was eligible for
approval beginning November 12,2012. The Investigation conducted by DEQ staff concluded
that the described lands have no substantia! value for hunling, fishing, swimming, pleasure
boating, or navigation, and that the public trust in the remaining lands and waters will not be
impaired by the sale of said described lands.
Recommendations
Ills recommended that the above described parcel be authorized for adeed pursuant to Part 339
and Executive Order 2011·1. The deeded parcel shall be used only for the purpose of residential
use,
Once the WRD Chief approves this recommendation with his signature, this memorandum will
be forwarded for review and approval to the State Administrative Board as required by Part 339.
Upon approval by the Administrative Board, the WRD will execute the legal documents
authorizing the boltomlands con eyance.
Thomas P. Graf
Great Lakes.Shorelands Unit
Date
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Diana Klemans, ie
Surface Waler Assessment Section
I approve the staff recommendalion.
William Creal, Chief
Water Resources Division
Date
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Lake S1. Clair Public Trust Bottom/ands in the
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NATUlU\L RESOURCES ITEMS li'OR '£HE
TRANSPORTATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE - STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
Transportation and Natural Resources - May 28, 2013 - 11,00 A.M.
State Administrative Board Meeting - June 4, 2013 - 11:00 A.M •
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This agenda is for general informational purposes only. At its
discretion, the Transportation and Natural Resouroes Committee may
revise this agenda and may take up other issues at the meeting.
MINERAL LEASES
1. DIRECT OIL AND GAS LEASE - NONDEVELOPMENT'
Oil and gas lease rights to 0.01
acre, more or less, of state-owned, Department of Transportation fluid mineral
and gas rights located in Section 24, T06S, R03E, Adrian Township, Lenawee
County, have been requested by Savoy Energy, L.P., of Traverse City, Michigan.
Terms:
Three-month primary term, one one-year extension option, nineteen
and one-half percent (19.5%) royalty, $450.00 flat bonus
consideration, and $5,00 minimum primary term rental.
2. DIRECT NONMETALLIC SAND AND GRAVEL LEASE - DEVELOPMENT:
Nonmetallic mineral
sand and gravel lease rights to 40 acres, more or less, of state-owned mineral
rights located in Section 32, T23N, R04W, Lake Township, Roscommon County, have
been requested by the Roscommon county Road Commission, of Roscommon, Michigan.
Terms:
Seven-year term with a possible three-year extension, if in the best
interest of the state. Royalty rates are $0.321 per ton for sand
and $0.6566 per ton for gravel.
The Natural Resources Deputy approved these items on May 15, 2013, The form of
legal documents involved in these transactions has previously been approved by
the Attorney General.
I recommend approval.
Respectfully submitted:
Department of Natural Resources
By,
Mary Up ig ve 1anager
Minerals Management 'Section
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STATE OF MICHIGAN
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
LANSING
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RICK SNYDER
KEITH CREAGH
CJOWiRNOR
OIR~CTOR
May 7, 2013
To:
Dr. William E. Moritz, Natural Resources Deputy
Transaction:
One Direct Oil and Gas Lease, Nondevelopment, In Lenawee County
Authority:
Part 6, Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Section 502, of the
Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act, 1994 PA 451,
as amended
Applicant:
Savoy Energy, L.P., ofTraverse City, Michigan
Jurisdiction:
Department of Transportation (MDOT), State-owned fluid mineral and
gas rights
Mineral
Description:
Parcel C·116 of Control Section 46072, M-52 highway right-of-way
lying within the NE1/4 SE1/4 of Section 24, TOeS, R03E, Adrian
Township, Lenawee County, containing 0.01 acre, more or less (map
attached)
Drilling rype/Unit:
Proposed 120-acre Trenton-Black River formation drilling unit comprised
of the E1/2 of SE1/4 of Section 24 and NE1/4 NE1/4 of Section 26, all
located In TOSS, R03E, Adrian Township, Lenawee County
Lease Terms:
Three-month primary term, one one-year extension option, nineteen
and one-half percent (19.5%) royalty, $450.00 flat bonus
consideration, and $5.00 minimum primary term rental
Restrictions:
Nondevelopment with standard highway right-of-way restrictions
pertaining to non-discrimination and no development work or drilling to
be conducted on the leased premises without expressed written
consent of MDOT
Notice:
Notice was published in The Dally Telegram newspaper on March 25,
2013. This item appeared on the April 30, 2013, DNR Business
Calendar and is eligible for approval on May 7, 2013.
ST~V~NS
T. MASON BUILDING' 530 WEiST ALlEGAN STR~~T' P.O. BOX 3002' • LANSING. MICHIGAN 46900·752&
'MWI,mlchlgan.govldnr· (611) 373-2329
Savoy Energy, L.P.
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May?,2013
Recommendation: The 011 and gas lease be Issued to the applicant pursuant to the above
terms, conditions, and restrictions.
June 4, 2013 No. 97
DIRECT OIL AND GAS LEASE - NONDEVELOPMENT
Savoy Energy, L.P.
Proposed 120·acre TrentonIBlack River Drill ing Unit
E1/2 SE1/4 Section 24 and NE1/4 NE1/4 Section 25, T06S, R03E
Adrian Township, Lenawee County
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Dr. William E. Moritz, Natural Resources Deputy
Subject:
One Direct Nonmetallic Mineral (Sand and Gravel) Lease,
Development
Authority:
Part 5, Department of Natural Resources (DNR), Section 502, of .
the Natural Resources and Environmental Protection Act. 1994 PA
451, as amended
Applicant:
Roscommon County Road Commission, of Roscommon, Michigan
JurisdictIon:
DNR Fee Ownership
Land Description:
NW1/4 NW1/4, Secllon 32, T23N, R04W, Lake Township,
Roscommon County, 40 acres, more or less (map attached)
Lease Terms:
Seven-year term with a possible three-year extension, if in the best
interest of the State. Royally rates are $0.321 per ton for sand and
$0.6566 per ton for gravel.
Notice:
Notice was pUblished In the Houghton Lake Reporter on
January 24, 2013. This item appeared on the April 30, 2013 DNR
Business Calendar and is eligible for approval on May 7,2013.
Recommendation; The direct nonmetallic mineral sand and gravel lease be Issued to
the applicant pursuant to the above terms and condillons.
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AGENDA
June 4, 2013 No. 101
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION
TRANSPORTATION and NATURAL RESOURCES COMMITTEE
STATE ADMINISTRATIVE BOARD
T&NR Meeting: May 28, 2013- Lake Superior Room,
1st Floor, Michigan Library and Historical Center, 11:00 AM
State Administrative Board Meeting: June 4, 2013 - Lake Superior Room,
1st Floor, Michigan Library and Historical Center, II :00 AM
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This agenda is for general informational purposes only. At its discretion, the Transportation and
Natural Resources Committee may revise this agenda and may take up other issues at the
meeting.
CONTRACTS
I.
HIGHWAYS - IDS Engineering Services
Authorization (6) under Contract (2012-0575) between MDOT and Fleis & VandenBrink
Engineering, Inc., will provide for as-needed technical assistance and inspection and
testing services to be performed for the Muskegon Transportation Service Center at
various locations in Muskegon, Newaygo, Oceana, and Ottawa Counties. The work items
will include inspection; staking; quality assurance testing and reporting; measurement,
computation, and documentation of quantities; reporting and record-keeping; and
finalizing project documentation. The authorization will be in effect from the date of
award through June 18, 2015. The authorization amount will be $565,305.57. The
contract term is June 19, 2012, through June 18, 2015. Source of Funds: Federal
Highway Administration Funds, State Restricted Trunkline FWlds, or local funds,
depending on the particular project authorized.
2.
HIGHWAYS - IDS University Research Services
Authorization (3) under Contract (2013-0069) between MDOT and Western Michigan
University will provide for a study of the safety benefits of Michigan engineering
improvements for older drivers. Researchers will evaluate the safety benefits of existing
highway design improvements for older drivers and for drivers of alI ages and will
perform cost-benefit analysis to help to determine future implementation of such
improvements. The authorization will be in effect from the October I, 2013, through
September 30, 2015. The authorization amount will be $295,581.91. The contract term is
January 2, 2013, through January I, 2017. Source of Funds: 80% Federal Highway
Administration Funds and 20% State Restricted Trunkline Funds.
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3.
*HIGHWAYS - Intelligent Transportation System Services
Contract (2013-0210) between MDOT and Parsons Brinckerhoff Michigan, Inc., will
provide for as-needed Intelligent Transportation System (ITS) services to be performed
for the Metro Region (CS 82194 - IN 107611C). The work will include as-needed
engineering and/or technical support services, including research and reporting support,
for the development, deployment, and maintenance of ITS infrastructure and the
advancement of various ITS-related initiatives. The contract will be in effect from the
date of award through May 15,2016. The contract amount will be $882,931.65. Source
of Funds: 81.85% Federal Highway Administration Funds and 18.15% State Restricted
Trunkline Funds.
4.
mGHWAYS - Construction Engineering Services
Contract (2013-0223) between MDOT and Tyme Engineering, Inc., will provide for full
construction engineering services to be performed for the installation of Intelligent
Transportation System (ITS) conduit and fiber optic cable. The project is located from
the Southeast Michigan Traffic Operations Center to Hubs 2, 6, and 10 in the cities of
Ferndale, Hazel Park, Madison Heights, Oak Park, Southfield, and Detroit and in
Hamtramck and Redford Townships, Oakland and Wayne Counties (CS 84917 - IN
113027A). The work items will include project administration; inspection; staking;
quality assurance testing and reporting; measurement, computation, and documentation
of quantities; reporting and record-keeping; and finalizing all project doc,umentation. The
contract amount will be $822,698.91. The contract will be in effect from the date of
award through December 31, 2014. Source of Funds: 81.85% Federal Highway
Administration Funds and 18.15% State Restricted Trunkline Funds.
5.
HIGHWAYS - IDS Engineering Services
Contract (2013-0259) between MDOT and LivingLab, LLC, will provide for services for
which the consultant is pre qualified to be performed on an as needed/when needed basis.
The contract will be in effect from the date of award through three years. The maximum
contract amount will be $4,000,000, and the maximum amount of any authorization will
be $1,000,000. Authorizations over $500,000 will be submitted to the State
Administrative Board for approval. Source of Funds: Federal, Restricted State, or local
funds, depending on the particular project authorized.
6.
mGHWAYS - IDS Engineering Services
Contract (2013-0260) between MDOT and PMA Consultants, LLC, will provide for
services for which the consultant is prequalified to be performed on an as needed/when
needed basis. The contract will be in effect from the date of award through three years.
The maximum contract amount will be $4,000,000, and the maximum amount of any
authorization will be $1,000,000. Authorizations over $500,000 will be submitted to the
State Administrative Board for approval. Source of Funds: Federal, Restricted State, or
local funds, depending on the particular project authorized.
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BID LETTING - PRE-APPROVALS
STATE PROJECTS
7.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306090
PROJECT STU 82457-119302
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5240
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - 105 calendar days
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
2,960,000.00
4.40 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, concrete
curb, sidewalk, ramps and driveway approaches, drainage structure,
pavement removal and replacement, lane ties, and pavement markings
on Conant Street at 14 locations from Conant Street to Rosa parks
Boulevard in the city of Detroit, Wayne county.
4.00 % DBE participation required
8.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306106
PROJECT 1M 38102-118818
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE - JULY 08, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 06, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
1,517 ,000.00
12.47 mi of concrete pavement repairs and diamond grinding concrete
pavement, removal of raised pavement markers, resealing transverse
joints, and permanent pavement markings on eastbound and westbound
1-94 from west of 29 Mile Road easterly to Michigan Avenue, Calhoun
and Jackson Counties.
A 2013 highway preventive maintenance project.
4.00 % DBE participation required
9.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306110
PROJECT CM 84917-113027
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE - JUNE 07, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 15, 2015
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
5,917,000.00
Installation of conduit,
fiber optic cable,
and ITS devices,
concrete
barrier,
pavement{
concrete
shoulder I
curb,
gutter,
sidewalk
and
ramp,
shoulder
corrugation,
trees/
and
slope
restoration along r-75,
r-96, 1-375, M-10, and M-8, Wayne and
Oakland Counties. This project includes three, 5 year materials and
workmanship pavement warranties.
0.00 % DBE participation required
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LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306111
PROJECT HSIP 41131-108916, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - JULY 31, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION L~VEL
$ 2,546,000.00
10.38 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing on US-131
northbound and southbound from the south Kent county line northerly
to 76th Street and from 44th Street northerly to 28th Street in the
city of Wyoming, Kent County. This project includes a 3 year
materials and workmanship pavement warranty.
4.00 %
11.
DB~
participation required
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306112
PROJECT IM 50061-118739, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE - JULY 08, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - OCTOBER 07, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 1,732,000.00
5.95 mi of concrete pavement repairs to mainline and ramps on I-696
from Dequindre Road to Mound Road and from M-l to Dequindre Road in
the cities of Royal Oak, Madison Heights and Warren, Oakland and
Macomb Counties.
A 2013 highway preventive maintenance project.
5.00 % DBE participation required
12.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306113
PROJECT STE 73999-113114-2
LOCAL AGRMT. 12-5555, 12-5556, 13-5069
START DATE - JULY 22, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 19, 2015
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
877,000.00
2.79 mi of hot mix asphalt non-motorized trail, clearing, and
drainage along portions of the Consumers Energy right-of-way from
south of the Saginaw Bay Southern Railway Company grade crossing on
Center Road northeasterly to the connection of the existing nonmotorized path, Saginaw County.
6.00 % DBE participation required
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LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306115
PROJECT 1M 13082-118848
LOCAL AGRNT.
START DATE - AUGUST OS, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - OCTOBER 04, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 1,098,000.00
8.80 mi of concrete pavement repair,
diamond grinding,
joint
resealing, overband crack filling, and pavement marking on 1-94 from
east of 6 1/2 Mile Road easterly to west of 11 Mile Road, Calhoun
County.
A 2013 highway preventive maintenance projec't.
4.00 % DBE participation required
14.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306116
PROJECT NH 63031-118416, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE - JUNE 15, 2013
CONPLETION DATE - OCTOBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
507,000.00
24.69 mi of hot mix asphalt crack treatment and overband crack
filling on various trunkline routes, Oakland County. This project
includes a 2 year pavement performance warranty.
A 2013 highway preventive maintenance project.
0.00 % DBE participation required
15.
LETTING OF JUNE 12, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306601
PROJECT NH 29011-118486
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE
JULY 08, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - AUGUST 23, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
530,000.00
Epoxy overlay on 14 bridges along US-127 from the Ann Arbor Railroad
northerly to M-46, Gratiot County. This project includes a 5 year
performance warranty.
0.00 % DBE participation required
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LETTING OF JUNE 12, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306602
PROJECT 1M 81062-118953
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 01, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 3,577,000.00
12.12 mi of concrete pavement repairs, hot mix asphalt cold milling
and resurfacing, and two crash investigation sites on 1-94 from M-14
easterly to Carpenter Road, Washtenaw County. This project includes
a 3 year pavement performance warranty.
A 2013 highway preventive maintenance project.
5.00 % DBE participation required
LOCAL PROJECTS
17.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306075
PROJECT EDF 33566-117325
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5206
START DATE ~ 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 13, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
833,000.00
1. 04 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, storm
sewer, concrete curb, gutter, sidewalk and ramps, traffic signal,
pavement markings, and restoration on Marsh Road from M-43 (Grand
River Avenue) north to Tihart Road, Ingham County.
3.00 % DBE participation required
18.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306076
PROJECT STUL 39405-119368, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5228, 13-5338
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 27, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
761,000.00
1.28 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing and pavement
marking on Romence Parkway from Lovers Lane to Portage Road and on
Angling Road from West Centre Avenue to Squire Heath Lane, Kalamazoo
County.
3.00 % DBE participation required
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LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306077
PROJECT STL 70555-106431
LOCAL AGRNT. 13-5184
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - AUGUST 09, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
725,000.00
2.96 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, aggregate
shoulders, and pavement marking on 64th Avenue from the south Ottawa
county line northerly to Byron Road, Ottawa County.
3.00 %·DBE participation required
20.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306078
PROJECT STL 59555-110988
LOCAL AGRNT. 13-5185
START DATE - JULY 08, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - DECEMBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
685,000.00
4.11 mi of hot mix asphalt paving, cold milling, concrete curb and
gutter, and aggregate shoulders on Stanton Road from M-66 easterly
to Cedar Lake, Montcalm County.
3.00 % DBE participation required
21.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306079
PROJECT BRO 79004-115756
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5198
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 01, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
532,000.00
Bridge removal and replacement with prestressed I-beams, hot mix
asphalt paving, guardrail placement, and traffic control on Elmwood
Road over Wiscoggin Drain, Tuscola County.
5.00 % DBE participation required
22.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306091
PROJECT STU 82457-119306
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5242
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - 105 calendar days
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 2,694,000.00
4.27 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, concrete
curb, sidewalks, and ramps, drainage structure adjustments, and
pavement markings at 9 locations in the city of Detroit, Wayne
County.
4.00 % DBE participation required
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23.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306092
PROJECT STU 82457-119304
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5241
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - 105 calendar days
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 2,056,000.00
3.18 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, pavement
removal, concrete curb, sidewalk and ramps, driveway approaches,
drainage, and pavement markings at 26 locations from St. Antoine
Street to Lodge Service Drive southbound in the city of Detroit,
Wayne County.
4.00 % DBE participation required
24.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306093
PROJECT STL 79555-105552, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5212
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 1,615,000.00
0.60 mi of hot mix asphalt paving, cold milling, concrete curb and
gutter
removal
and
replacement,
storm
sewer,
sanitary
sewer,
watermain, and railroad crossing upgrades including rail replacement
and grade crossing rebuild on East Huron Avenue from Sherman Street
southeasterly to Enterprise Drive in the city of Vassar, Tuscola
County.
6.00 % DBE participation required
25.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306094
PROJECT STU 82457-119308
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5203
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - 90 calendar days
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 1,365,000.00
2.02 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, pavement
removal, concrete curb, side\oJalk and ramps, driveway approaches,
drainage, and pavement markings at 3 locations from Evergreen Road
to Livernois Avenue in the city of Detroit, Wayne County.
4.00 % DBE participation required
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26.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306095
PROJECT EOCF 50458-118979
LOCAL AGfu~T. 13-5220
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - OCTOBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 1,342,000.00
0.72 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling resurfacing, grading,
widening, aggregate base, sUbgrade undercutting, drainage, concrete
curb, gutter, sidewalk and ramps, guardrail, fencing, signing, and
pavement markings on Van Dyke Avenue from 26 Mile Road northerly to
West Road, Macomb County.
6.00 % DBE participation required
27.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306096
PROJECT STU 81475-118978
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5223
START DATE - JULY 08, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
614,000.00
0.23 mi of full-depth hot mix asphalt reconstruction, concrete curb
and gutter, earth grading, storm sewer, and restoration on Grove
Street from 1-94 to Emerick Street in the city of Ypsilanti,
Washtenaw County.
4.00 % DBE participation required
28.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306097
PROJECT STL 01001-112767
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5226
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE, - SEPTEMBER 01, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
590,000.00
1.52 mi of hot mix asphalt base crushing, shaping anel resurfacing,
culvert replacement, subgrade undercutting, and permanent signing on
Hubbard Lake Road from Bennett Road easterly to Spruce Road, Alcona
County.
5.00 % DBE participation required
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29.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306098
PROJECT CM 41400-116763
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5247
START DATE - JULY 15, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 27, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
542,000.00
0.73 mi of hot mix asphalt non-motorized path and boardwalk on EastWest Trail from Kalamazoo Avenue to Paul Henry Trail in the city of
Kentwood, Kent County.
3.00 % DBE participation required
30.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306105
PROJECT STU 41400-114727, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5248
START DATE - 10 days after award
COM~LETION DATE - NOVEMBER 01, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 3,123,000.00
3.73 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling, resurfacing, and right turn
lane construction,
concrete curb,
gutter and sidewalk ramps,
pavement markings, watermain, and sanitary sewer on Division Avenue
from 36th Street to 28th Street (M-11) and from 54th Street to 44th
Street, and on Ivanrest Avenue from the south city limits of Wyoming
to 56th Street in the city of Wyoming, Kent County.
4.00 % DBE participation required
31.
LETTING OF JUNE 07, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306108
PROJECT STE 34445-115498
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5255
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 1,225,000.00
8.40 mi of hot mix asphalt and aggregate surface non-motorized path,
grading, trestle deck improvements, and slope restoration along
Parsonage Road in the village of Saranac and continuing easterly to
Adams Court in the city of Ionia, Ionia County.
5.00 % DBE participation required
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32.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306901
PROJECT STU 81475-118877, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5239
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 27, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ 3,553,000.00
19.64 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, concrete
curb and gutter,
guardrail upgrades,
aggregate shoulders,
and
pavement markings at 13 locations, Washtenaw County.
5.00 % DBE participation required
33.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306902
PROJECT TIP 69566-117318, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5253
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$ '·3,021,000.00
7.62 mi of hot mix asphalt base crushing, shaping and resurfacing,
widening, earth excavation t trenching, embankment, aggregate base,
guardrail, and pavement markings on Mi1bocker Road from east of
South Town1ine Road to east of Dickerson Road, on McCoy Road from
Krys Road easterly to east of East Dixon Lake Road and from east of
East Dixon Lake Road easterly to M-32 in the city of Gaylord, Otsego
County.
4.00 % DBE participation required
34.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306904
PROJECT STUL 76423-117172
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5266
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
779,000.00
0.61 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, concrete
curb, gutter, sidewalk and ramps, stabilized base course, watermain,
and pavement marking on Genesee Street from Oak Street easterly to
Fitch Street and on Clinton Street from Genesee Street southeasterly
to Mercer Street in the city of Durand, Shiawassee County.
5.00 % DEE participation required
• Denotes a non-standard contractJamendment
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35.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306905
PROJECT EDDF 49555-110146
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5236
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - SEPTEMBER 30, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
615,000.00
7.70 mi of hot mix asphalt paving, shoulders, pavement marking, and
traffic control on south Gould City Road from Pine Street northerly
to Leveille Road, Mackinac County.
2.00 % DBE participation required
36.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306912
PROJECT STL 17555-105917
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5237
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - OCTOBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
995,000.00
6.06 mi of hot mix asphalt paving, shoulders, culvert replacement,
pavement marking, and traffic control on Riverside Drive from 9 Mile
Road to 15 Mile Road, Chippewa County.
3.00 % DBE participation required
37.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306913
PROJECT BRO 03014-112359
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5304
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 27, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
859,000.00
Bridge removal and replacement with 21-inch prestressed concrete box
beams, approach work, and maintaining traffic on 133rd Avenue over
Rabbit River, Allegan County.
4.00 % DBE participation required
* Denotes a non.s[andard contract/amendment
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38.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306914
PROJECT 1M 82122-119057, ETC
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5265
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 15, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
562,000.00
12.70 mi of concrete pavement repairs, curb, gutter and sidewalk
ramps, and pavement markings on 1-96 Eastbound and Westbound Service
Drives (Schoolcraft Road) from Newburgh Road to Inkster Road and on
Schoolcraft Road from west of Newburgh Road to Inkster Road in the
cities of Livonia and Redford, Wayne County.
3.00 % DBE participation required
39.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306921
PROJECT BRO 80008-89887
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5305
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - NOVEMBER 08, 2013
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
746,000.00
Bridge removal and replacement with 12-inch prestressed concrete
beams, approach work, and maintaining traffic on 46th Street at the
east branch of the Dowagiac Creek, Van Buren County.
5.00 % DBE participation required
40.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306922
PROJECT MCS 46017-112397
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5291
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - MAY 30, 2014
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
642,000.00
Bridge removal and replacement with 17-inch prestressed concrete box
beams, approach work, and maintaining traffic on Rodesi1er Highway
over Draper Drain, Lenawee County.
0.00 % DBE participation required
• Denotes a non-standard contract/amendment
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41.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306923
PROJECT MCS 59009-112268
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5252
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - JUNE 01, 2014
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
588,000.00
Bridge removal and replacement with a 45-inch prestressed concrete
beam, approach work, and maintaining traffic on County Road 510 over
the west branch of Fish Creek, Montcalm County.
0.00 % DBE participation required
42.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306926
PROJECT MCS 32023-112211
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5297
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - JUNE 02, 2014
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
1,366,000.00
Bridge removal and replacement with prestressed concrete box beams,
hot mix asphalt paving, guardrail placement, and traffic control on
Anton Street over Sebewaing River in the village of Sebewaing, Huron
County.
0.00 % DBE participation required
43.
LETTING OF JUNE 21, 2013
PROPOSAL 1306927
PROJECT BRO 33010-112399
LOCAL AGRMT. 13-5303
START DATE - JANUARY 15, 2014
COMPLETION DATE - AUGUST 30, 2014
PREQUALIFICATION LEVEL
$
907,000.00
Bridge removal and replacement with 33-inch prestressed concrete box
beams, approach work, and maintaining traffic on Van Atta Road over
Red Cedar River, Ingham County.
5.00 % DBE participation required
., Denotes a non-standard contract/amendment
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POST - BID LETTING
STATE PROJECTS
44.
LETTING OF MAY 22, 2013
PROPOSAL 1305903
PROJECT NH 18034-118756
LOCAL AGRMT.
START DATE - SEPTEMBER 16, 2013
COMPLETION DATE - OCTOBER 25, 2013
ENG. EST.
2,128,038.31
$
LOW BID
1,514,978.82
$
% OVER/UNDER EST.
-28.81 %
4.30 mi of hot mix asphalt cold milling and resurfacing, aggregate
shoulders, and pavement marking on US-127 from Long Lake Road
northerly to north of the Clare/Roscommon county line, Clare and
Roscommon Counties. This project includes a 3 year materials and
workmanship pavement warranty.
A 2013 highway preventive maintenance project.
4.00 % DBE participation required
BIDDER
AS-SUBMITTED
Rieth-Riley Construction Co., Inc.
$
Central Asphalt, Inc.
Pyramid Paving and Contracting Co.
$
$
3
AS-CHECKED
1,514,978.82
1,729,897.82
1,808,527.72
Same
**
1
Same
Same
2
3
Bidders
LOCAL PROJECTS
45.
LETTING OF MAY 03, 2013
PROPOSAL 1305018
PROJECT STU 82457-116119-2
LOCAL AGRMT. 12-5503
START DATE - 10 days after award
COMPLETION DATE - 100 calendar days
$
ENG. EST.
583,396.10
$
LOW BID
643,742.95
% OVER/UNDER EST.
.34 %
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AS-CHECKED
D
Century
Company, Inc.
Doan Construction Co.
Major Cement Co.
Warren Contractors & Development
Audia Concrete Construction, Inc,
4
$
$
$
$
643,742.95
663,848.35
675,795.11
918,191.24
Same
Same
Same
1
2
3
Same
4
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Bidders
.. Denotes a non-standard <:onlracVamendmcnt
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In accordance with MDOT's policies and procedures and subject to concurrence by the Federal
Highway Administration, the preparation and award of the appropriate documents approved by
the Attorney General, and compliance with all legal and fiscal requirements, the Director
recommends for approval by the State Administrative Board the items on this agenda.
The approval by the State Administrative Board ofthese contracts does not constitute the award
of same. The award of contracts shall be made at the discretion of the Director-Department of
Transportation when the aforementioned requirements have been met. Subject to exercise of that
discretion, I approve the contracts described in this agenda and authorize their award by the
responsible management staff of MDOT to the extent authorized by, and in accordance with, the
December 14, 1983, resolution of the State Transportation Commission and the Director's
delegation memorandum of October 10,2012.
Respectfully submitted,
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Kirk T. Steudle
Director
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Ms. Jarols presented the Transportation and Natural Resources Committee
Report for the regular meeting of May 28, 2013. After review of the foregoing
Transportation and Natural Resources Committee Report, Ms. Jarois moved
that the Report covering the regular meeting of May 28,2013, be approved and
adopted noting the withdrawal of Item 45 of the Transportation Agenda at the
State AdminIstrative Board meeting on June 4, 2013. The motion was
supported by Mr. Reilly and unanimously approved.
8.
MOTIONS AND RESOLUTIONS: .
None
9.
ADJOURNMENT:
Mr. Gadola adjourned the meeting.
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