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City Council Meeting
Meetings are held in the Hancock City Hall Council Chambers and begin at 7:30 p.m.

CITY OF HANCOCK
COUNCIL MEETING AGENDA
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 21, 2018

6:30 P.M.
Worksession
1. Review and discuss agenda items

7:30 P.M.

Public Hearing

1. Proposed land exchange of real property

Regular Meeting
Call to order and pledge
Roll Call and verification of quorum
Review and approval of agenda

Communications
Review Correspondence

Public Comment-Anyone wishing to address the council will be recognized by the Mayor at this time.
1. Special presentation to Houghton-Hancock High School Varsity Girls Division II State Ski Champions

Review and approval of previous minutes
City Council-February 21, 2018

Reports
Boards/Commissions-minutes and reports

Administrative Report
1. DNR plan and specification approval for beach dock project
2. Beach dock construction project schedules
3. New opportunity zone capital gains delay
4. County building permits for 2017
5. UP W & S rate comparisons
6. 2001 JD Grader in poor condition
7. 1994 Chev. Diesel dump truck in poor condition
8. Dept. of Treasury Municipal review

OLD BUSINESS
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NEW BUSINESS
1. Consider approval of current accounts payable
2. Consider adoption of Resolution #18-04 honoring the Houghton-Hancock High School Varsity Girls Ski Team Division II State Champions
3. Consider approval of exchange of real property between the City and Paul Tomasi for 1.29-acre parcels.
4. Consider approval of 2018 Spring Clean-up schedule
5. Consider approval of SAW grant payment #18 in the amount of $16,163.65
6. Consider approval of 2018 Bridgefest committee/Keweenaw Chamber of Commerce request for fireworks permit
7. Consider approval of FY 18 federal transit operational funds of $13,277 MDOT agreement
8. Consider with regret the resignations of David Lucchesi and Stephanie Swartzendruber from the Planning Commission
9. Review and consider new Planning Commission applicants
10. Consider resolution waiving fees for non-timely filing property transfer affidavit
11. Consider with regret the resignation of Jason Parker from the Recreation Commission
12. Consider scheduling budget worksession on Wednesday, May 23rd and June 6th at 6:00 p.m.

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Hancock High School National Honors Society Members prepare the Downtown Hancock Planters.
Hancock Welcomes Keweenaw Buick and GMC
Hancock defeats Calumet 4-0 in Division III Region 17 High School Playoff.
Winter of 2017/2018
HS Division 2 Michigan State Ski Champions
 

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