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  • ST. CLAIR COUNTY TRANSPORTATION STUDY (SCCOTS) ADVISORY COMMITTEE MEETING

    WEDNESDAY, MAY 9, 2018 � 9:30 A.M.

    CONFERENCE ROOM A 200 Grand River Avenue, 2nd Floor, Port Huron, MI 48060

    AGENDA

    1. Call to Order

    2. Introduction of Members and Guests

    3. Citizens to be Heard

    4. Approval of Minutes- Action Item a. February 14, 2018- Advisory Committee b. April 11, 2018- Technical Subcommittee

    5. Communications and Notices a. SEMCOG Regional Update b. JobNet Shutdown- MDOT c. Training Wheels Training Opportunity d. Build Transportation Program- Notice of Funding

    6. Project Updates a. Federal-Aid Transportation Project Updates

    7. Old Business a. Road Funding Discussion (ongoing agenda item)

    i. What is Advance Construct?- Heidi Phaneuf, MDOT b. Approval of 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan- Goals and Objectives- Action

    Item

    8. New Business a. FY 2019 Transportation Improvement Program Amendment: Federal Earmark-

    Action Item b. Approval of FY 2019 and 2020 STP-Urban Projects with Revised Funding Targets-

    Action Item c. Approval of FY 2021, 2022, 2023 Transportation Improvement Program Projects-

    Action Item d. Approval of Transit: State of Good Repairs Performance Measures- Action Item e. 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan- General Program Account Targets f. Geo-Cortex Presentation- Tuoyo Scott, St. Clair County GIS

    9. Other Items a. Next Meeting Scheduled: June 13, 2018

    10. Adjournment

    The SCCMPC fully complies with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and related statutes and regulation in all programs and activities. For more information, or to obtain a Title VI Complaint Form, call (810) 989-6950.

    St. Clair County complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act. Anyone requiring special accommodations in order to attend this meeting should contact the St. Clair County Metropolitan Planning Commission office at (810) 989-6950 at least three days prior to said meeting.

  • COUNTY OF ST. CLAIR

    St. Clair County Transportation Study DAVID STRUCK, Director SCCOTS

    c/o St. Clair County Metropolitan Planning Commission

    200 Grand River Avenue, Suite 202  Port Huron, MI 48060-4017

    Phone: (810) 989-6950  Fax: (810) 987-5931

    St. Clair County Transportation Study Advisory Committee 200 Grand River Avenue, Conference Room A

    Port Huron, MI 48060

    Meeting of February 14, 2018

    MINUTES

    1) Call to Order The meeting was called to order by Schrader at 9:31 a.m.

    2) Introduction of Members and Guests Members Present

    Steve Brudzinski, SEMCOG; Elaine Leven, Marine City; Bill Gratopp, BOC; John Osborne, Yale;

    Kirk Weston, SCCRC; Dave McElroy, BWATC; David Smith, City of Port Huron; Mike Booth,

    City of St. Clair; Barry Kreiner, City of Marysville; Randy Fernandez, City of Marysville; Larry

    Wilson, City of Memphis; Bart Dunsmore, City of Memphis; Patrick Phelan, City of Marysville;

    Erik Tamlyn, MDOT

    Staff

    Lindsay Wallace, Transportation Planner

    3) Citizens to Address the Committee None

    4) Approval of Minutes – December 13, 2017 Motion by Gratopp, supported by Leven, to approve the minutes of December 13, 2017 as

    presented. Motion carried unanimously.

    5) Communications and Notices Communications and notices were discussed with no action taken.

    6) Project Updates a) Federal-Aid Transportation Project Updates Committee members discussed their respective projects with the advisory committee.

    7) Old Business a) Road Funding Discussion b) Transportation Improvement Program

    i) FY 2020-2023 TIP Key Dates: (1) 2/2/18: Project Proposals Due (2) 2/27/18: Score Discretionary Portion of the Proposals (3) 3/7/18: Project Selection at SCCOTS Meeting (4) 3/21/18: Public Hearing at Metro Planning Commission (MPC) Meeting (5) 4/11/18: Approval at SCCOTS Committee (6) 4/18/18 Approval at MPC

  • SCCOTS Minutes

    February 14, 2018

    Page 2

    8) New Business a) FY 2019 and 2020 TIP Amendments

    i) SCCRC – Capac Road b) 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan

    i) Develop: Goals/Objectives and Performance Measures – Discussion Motion by Booth, supported by Gratopp, to support the MDOT Safety Targets. Motion

    carried unanimously.

    9) Other Items a) Next Meeting Date

    The next meeting will be on March 7, 2018.

    10) Adjournment Motion by Leven, supported by Gratopp, to adjourn the meeting at 10:28 a.m. Motion carried

    unanimously.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Lindsay Wallace

    Transportation Planner

    Prepared by: Penny Guyette

  • COUNTY OF ST. CLAIR

    St. Clair County Transportation Study DAVID STRUCK, Director SCCOTS

    c/o St. Clair County Metropolitan Planning Commission

    200 Grand River Avenue, Suite 202 •••• Port Huron, MI 48060-4017

    Phone: (810) 989-6950 •••• Fax: (810) 987-5931

    St. Clair County Transportation Study

    Technical Subcommittee Meeting 200 Grand River Avenue, Conference Room A

    Port Huron, MI 48060

    Meeting of April 11, 2018

    MINUTES

    A. Call to Order The meeting was called to order by Wallace at 9:32 AM.

    Introduction of Members and Guests

    Members Present

    Barry Kreiner, City of Marysville; Bill Gratopp, BOC; Bill Hazelton, SCCRC; Kirk Weston,

    SCCRC; David Smith, City of Port Huron; Randy Fernandez, City of Marysville; Mike Booth, City

    of St. Clair; Steve Brudzinski, SEMCOG; Larry Wilson, Memphis; Bart Dunsmore, Memphis;

    Patrick Phelan, BMJ; Heidi Phaneuf, MDOT

    Staff

    Lindsay Wallace, Transportation Planner; David Struck, Director of Planning

    B. Communications/Announcements

    C. New Business 1. FY 2020-2023 Transportation Improvement Program

    i. Prioritization Process Talked about potential changes.

    ii. Project Selection Discussion a. Forward to SCCOTS Advisory Committee

    i. Urban Projects Motion by Fernandes, supported by Booth to approve the selected urban

    projects as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

    ii. Rural Projects Motion by Dunsmore, supported by Hazelton to approve the selected rural

    projects as presented. Motion carried unanimously.

    2. 2045 Long Range Transportation Plan Update

    i. Call for Projects Update – SEMCOG ProjTracker

    ii. Draft Goals/Objectives Chapter

    Asked for input, will bring to SCCOTS Advisory Committee in May.

  • SCCOTS Technical Subcommittee Meeting Minutes

    April 11, 2018

    Page 2

    D. Adjournment Motion by Both, supported by Williams, to adjourn the meeting at 10:00 AM. Motion carried

    unanimously.

    Respectfully submitted,

    Lindsay Wallace

    Transportation Planner

    Prepared by: Penny Guyette

  • April 30, 2018

    Volume 24, No. 8

    Executive Committee meets on May 3

    SEMCOG’s Executive Committee meets on Thursday, May 3, 2018, beginning at 1 p.m. in SEMCOG offices.

    See meeting details and registration information here. Members received an agenda on April 26.

    Contact: Mike Spence, SEMCOG Executive Office.

    SEMCOG releases residential construction report

    Healthy economy in 2017 helped push totals 16 percent higher than 2016

    The Southeast Michigan region finished 2017 with a total of 11,120 new residential building permits issued – a

    16 percent increase over 2016 – according to a recently released report by SEMCOG. Read the news release.

    See photo of Belle Isle shot from drone.

    Problem viewing this email? Click here for our online version

    Regional Update https://smcg.informz.net/informzdataservice/onlineversion/ind/bWFpbG...

    1 of 6 5/1/18, 2:48 PM

  • SEMCOG paths to leadership

    There are several paths to leadership at SEMCOG. At the March General Assembly, members elected those

    who will serve on the Executive Committee in FY 2018-2019. We also announced an ongoing request for

    volunteers to serve on two new task forces – one will address future skills and the other will develop

    SEMCOG’s next legislative policy platform.

    Another leadership opportunity will occur at the General Assembly on June 28. Each of SEMCOG’s Bloc

    Caucuses (City/Village, County, Education, Township) will elect Bloc Chairs and Vice Chairs, plus

    representatives to serve on the Transportation Coordinating Council and the Regional Clearinghouse Review

    Committee. All of these positions are reserved for elected officials.

    Finally, for those wishing to nominate an Executive Committee member to serve as a SEMCOG Officer – a

    request for nominations was recently e-mailed (self-nominations are welcome) and are due on May 7. Eligible

    candidates must be on SEMCOG’s Executive Committee and must be an elected official.

    Contact: Amy Malmer, SEMCOG Membership.

    Legislative update

    Stormwater utility legislation discussed in committee

    Ever since the State Supreme Court decision of Bolt v. Lansing, the issue of how to finance local stormwater

    systems has been uncertain at best. In an effort to have clearer direction on how this infrastructure should be

    financed, SEMCOG is working with legis