Village of Spring Lake, MI
Ottawa County
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[HISTORY: Adopted by the Village Council of the Village of Spring Lake as indicated in article histories. Amendments noted where applicable.]
GENERAL REFERENCES
Planning Commission — See Ch. 39.
Historic conservation — See Ch. 215.
Zoning — See Ch. 390.
[Adopted as Ch. 58, Art. II, Div. 1, of the 2000 Code of Ordinances]
Pursuant to Public Act No. 197 of 1975 (MCLA § 125.1651 et seq.), the Village establishes a Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority.
The boundaries of the downtown district within which the Downtown Development Authority shall exercise its powers are determined to be as delineated and set forth on Exhibit A which is on file in the Clerk/Treasurer's office.
The Downtown Development Authority shall have and exercise such powers and duties as are provided in Public Act No. 197 of 1975 (MCLA § 125.1651 et seq.).
[Adopted 10-20-1997 by Ord. No. 254; amended in its entirety 2-3-2005 by Ord. No. 275 (Ch. 58 Art. II, Div. 2, of the 2000 Code of Ordinances)]
A. 
It is determined that the first amendment to the Restated and Amended Village of Spring Lake Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan for the Spring Lake Downtown Development Area constitutes a public purpose. The plan is approved and adopted. A copy of the plan shall be maintained on file in the Village Clerk/Treasurer's office and shall be cross-indexed to this article.
B. 
It is hereby determined that the second amendment to the Restated and Amended Village of Spring Lake Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan for the Spring Lake Downtown Development Area (collectively referred to as the "plan") constitutes a public purpose. The plan is hereby approved and adopted. A copy of the plan shall be maintained on the file in the Village Clerk/Treasurer's office and shall be cross-indexed to this article.
A. 
This article and the approval of the Downtown Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan, and the determination of public purpose, are based on the following considerations:
(1) 
The findings and recommendations of the Development Area Citizens Council.
(2) 
The plan meets the requirements set forth in Section 17(2) of Public Act No. 197 of 1975 [MCLA § 125.1667, MSA § 5.3010(17)].
(3) 
That the proposed method of financing the development described in the plan is feasible and the Downtown Development Authority has the ability to arrange the financing.
(4) 
That the development described in the plan is reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of Public Act No. 197 of 1975 [MCLA § 125.1651 et seq., MSA § 5.3010(1) et seq.].
(5) 
That the land included within the development area, as described in the plan, be acquired as reasonably necessary to carry out the purposes of the plan and Public Act No. 197 of 1975 (MCLA § 125.1651 et seq., MSA § 5.3010 et seq.) in an efficient and economically satisfactory manner.
(6) 
That the plan is in reasonable accord with the Village Master Plan.
(7) 
That public services, such as fire and police protection and utilities, are or will be adequate to serve all of the projects described in the plan and the development area generally.
(8) 
That all changes in zoning, streets, street levels, intersections, and utilities, if any, as described in the plan are reasonably necessary for the projects described in the plan and for the Village.
B. 
This article and approval of the plan, and determination of public purpose, are based upon the following considerations:
(1) 
The findings and recommendations of the Development Area Citizens Council;
(2) 
The plan meets the requirements set forth in Section 17(2) of Michigan Act 197 of 1975, as amended;
(3) 
The proposed method of financing the development described in the plan is feasible, and the Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority has the ability to arrange the financing;
(4) 
The development described in the plan is reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of Michigan Act 197 of 1975, as amended;
(5) 
That the land included within the development area as described in the plan is reasonably necessary to carry on the purposes of the plan and Act 197 of 1975 in an efficient and economically satisfactory manner;
(6) 
That the plan is in reasonable accord with the Village of Spring Lake Master Plan;
(7) 
That public services, such as fire and police protection and utilities are or will be adequate to serve all of the projects described in the plan and the development area generally;
(8) 
That all changes in zoning, streets, street levels, intersections, and utilities, if any, as described in the plan are reasonably necessary for the projects described in the plan for the Village of Spring Lake.
[Added 10-17-2005 by Ord. No. 250]
A. 
Approval and adoption of the third amendment to the Restated and Amended Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan. It is hereby determined that the third amendment to the Restated and Amended Village of Spring Lake Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan for the Spring Lake Downtown Development Area (collectively referred to as the "plan") constitutes a public purpose. The plan is hereby approved and adopted. A copy of the plan shall be maintained on file in the Village Clerk/Treasurer's office and shall be cross-indexed to this section.
B. 
Considerations. This section and approval of the plan, and determination of public purpose, are based upon the following considerations:
(1) 
The findings and recommendations of the Development Area Citizens Council;
(2) 
The plan meets the requirements set forth in Section 17(2) of Michigan Act 197, as amended;
(3) 
The proposed method of financing the development described in the plan is feasible, and the Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority has the ability to arrange the financing;
(4) 
The development described in the plan is reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of Michigan Act 197, as amended;
(5) 
The land included within the development area as described in the plan is reasonably necessary to carry on the purposes of the plan and Act 197 in an efficient and economically satisfactory manner;
(6) 
The plan is in reasonable accord with the Village of Spring Lake Master Plan;
(7) 
Public services, such as fire and police protection and utilities are or will be adequate to serve all of the projects described in the plan and the development area generally;
(8) 
All changes in zoning, streets, street levels, intersections, and utilities, if any, as described in the plan are reasonably necessary for the projects described in the plan for the Village of Spring Lake.
C. 
Conflicts. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this section are expressly repealed.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).
[Added 12-21-2015 by Ord. No. 342]
A. 
Approval and adoption of the fourth amendment to the Restated and Amended Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan. It is hereby determined that the fourth amendment to the Restated and Amended Village of Spring Lake Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan for the Spring Lake Downtown Development Area (collectively referred to as the "plan") constitutes a public purpose. The plan is hereby approved and adopted. A copy of the plan shall be maintained on the file in the Village Clerk/Treasurer's office and shall be cross-indexed to this section.
B. 
Considerations. This section and approval of the plan, and determination of public purpose, are based upon the following considerations:
(1) 
The findings and recommendations of the Development Area Citizens Council;
(2) 
The plan meets the requirements set forth in Section 17(2) of Michigan Act 197, as amended;
(3) 
The proposed method of financing the development described in the plan is feasible, and the Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority has the ability to arrange the financing;
(4) 
The development described in the plan is reasonable and necessary to carry out the purposes of Michigan Act 197, as amended;
(5) 
The land included within the development area as described in the plan is reasonably necessary to carry on the purposes of the plan and Act 197 in an efficient and economically satisfactory manner;
(6) 
The plan is in reasonable accord with the Village of Spring Lake Master Plan;
(7) 
Public services, such as fire and police protection and utilities are or will be adequate to serve all of the projects described in the plan and the development area generally;
(8) 
All changes in zoning, streets, street levels, intersections, and utilities, if any, as described in the plan are reasonably necessary for the projects described in the plan for the Village of Spring Lake.
C. 
Conflicts. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this section are expressly repealed.
D. 
Effective date. This section is hereby declared to be effective on December 21, 2015.
[Added 5-16-2016 by Ord. No. 344]
A. 
Approval and adoption of the fifth amendment to the Restated and Amended Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan. It is hereby determined that the fifth amendment to the Restated and Amended Village of Spring Lake Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan for the Spring Lake Downtown Development Area (collectively referred to as the "plan") constitutes a public purpose. The plan and amended boundaries are hereby approved and adopted. A copy of the plan shall be maintained on file in the Village of Spring Lake Clerk/Treasurer's office and shall be cross-indexed to this section.
B. 
Considerations. This section and approval of the fifth amendment to the Restated and Amended Spring Lake Downtown Development Authority Development Plan and Tax Increment Financing Plan is based on the determination of the Village Council that it continues to be necessary and in the best interests of the public to halt property value deterioration and increase property tax valuation where possible in its business district, to eliminate the causes of that deterioration, and to promote economic growth in the business district.
C. 
Conflicts. All ordinances or parts of ordinances in conflict with this section are expressly repealed.[1]
[1]
Editor's Note: Amended at time of adoption of Code (see Ch. 1, General Provisions, Art. II).