At last night’s regular Port Huron City Council meeting council approved a one-year extension to City Manager Bruce Brown’s contract. With no discussion, council voted 5-2 to keep Brown in his current position. Councilmembers Brian Moeller and Ken Harris opposed the measure. The contract will maintain Brown’s level of pay from the previous three-year contract which includes an annual salary of $113,313. He will also receive $35,127 in place of fringe benefits like a retirement fund or health care, an annual reimbursement of $3,939 for his car and a $600 annual reimbursement for cell phone and computer expenses. Also at last night’s meeting council unanimously passed a one-year contract extension with Waste Management and opted out of the drinking water monitoring system. Also approved was giving a portion of McMorran Boulevard and River Street to St. Clair County Community College. SC4 wants to close their sections of the streets and turn them into a pedestrian walkway between campus buildings. The final four members of the McMorran Authority were appointed – Jack Belyea, Cathy Duffy, Robert Eppley and Mark Neal will join Patti Samar, Korissa Kramer and John Ogden. The resolution brought by Brian Moeller for the city to stop funding the Economic Development Alliance of St. Clair County, went down with only Moeller and Harris backing the proposal.